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>> it could raise our monthly assessment between $5 and $10, which that is per month, you know it's not a fortune. >> reporter: supporters tell me arizona raised the minimum wage ten years ago without any impact on homeowners, and they don't expect anything to change austin shrung walked into that taco bell and demanded money. he is facing armed robbery charges. a few clouds out there, then the sunshine came out and dried us out as that storm system begins to move out of the area. still seeing some scattered showers up and around
the 70s, cheer skies, light winds. >> i hope you die. commit suicide those were just some of the comments a phoenix teen received after posting a picture of herself. now she's firing back against the bullying in her very own way. >> reporter: she came to this park to show off the costume she made herself. the next time check herd page, she couldn't believe what she saw. >> this one says find the differences, and it has like an animal next to me. >> reporter: 15,000 comments many of them negative, ball because jamila dared to post a picture. >> comment after comment of people.
no. then why are you paying attention to it? >> reporter: she said she shouldn't have been shocked when she decided to turn the tables on the bulles. >> i see a strong, beautiful woman. >> reporter: she plans to use her new youtube page to promote body confidence. >> go for it. >> reporter: her photography hobby a way to make a difference. she's working on a video where she can share the messages she's received from others who have been bulled. >> i think i look good, i think think people should be scared to post because of what others think. >> she does look good! good for her for fighting back. a warning from the cdc overing the first case of a drug-resistant fungal infection. 13 people have become ill with a likely fatal infection.
identify. cases have been reported in new york, illinois, maryland and new jersey. the fungus is an emerging threat. it won't affect us here in arizona. but for much of the country, daylight saving time is coming to an end on sunday. we'll be on mountain time so the east coast will be two hours ahead, and california will be one hour behind us. >> don't change your clocks. change your batteres. a cruise is a very unique way to travel and see the world. many first timers waechtd money doing it. >> reporter: if you've never been on a cruise before, you need to be aware of the charges and add ons that can increase
the first involves wi-fi. some offer it at a steep price, $50 100 a day. and if your phone picks up international towers, data roaming charges will apply. pay close attention to wi-fi access fees before you kwekt. buying an unlimited package can be wise, many charge less if you buy online as opposed to on the where you can eat. if you dine at venues not in your package, you'll be billed in full when you check out plus gratuity. only book excursions through the cruise line ump don't always save money by going directly with the cruise. sometimes better deals are available
i'm tom o'halleran, and i approve this messsage. paul babeu oversaw a place of horrors as headmaster of a school for at-risk youth. students were denied basic human rights and were subject to sexual abuse. arizona deserves better. arizona's largest newspapers endorse tom o'halleran for congress. "the republic" says, "elect tom o'halleran. his words match his work."
washing machines. the top reportedly could come off during use. shoo >> the labor department says the u.s. economy added 161,000 jobs in october. the highlight of this report, americans are making more money! hourly wages climbed at their fastest rate in two years. mark zuckerberg last $3 billion when facebook's stock tumbled on wall street. walmart is rolling out its holiday displays starting this weekend. you will see th land on display in toy aisles. there will be about 100,000 new items added to walmart.com. cookie making is getting high-tech with a wi-fi connected
putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. when i come home and dinner's not ready i go through the roof. grab 'em by the p****". when you're a star, they let you do it. you can do anything. by donald trump. i'll go backstage before a show... yes.. and everyone's
getting dressed. donald trump walked into the dressing room while contestants, some as young as 15 were changing. standing there with no clothes. you see these incredible looking women. i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. she ate like a pig. a person who's flat-chested is very hard to be a 10. do you treat women with respect?
i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. now there are apps that can reward kids digitally when the job hourly.help. they can assign the sdpafk wait for the results. the children take a before and after picture to prove that the job is done. and
once it's approved, the money goes into an online account. >> everything they to is digital. so we're just allowing parents to understand that if you want to have a conversation about money with kid, it's gotta be in the format that they understand. >> they're also asked to provide kids with points, which
one of the best times of the year, high school football playoffs kicking off tonight across the state. >> one of the big games happening in gilbert. joe is there live tonight! [ crowd noise ] ! i'm live here, williams field, blackhawks on the field getting ready for tonight's game against chaparral. i am joined by the lovely blackhawks cheerleaders. let's talk baseball with the arizona diamondbacks. it looks like they have their new manager. the team has hired boston red sox bench coach to be their new skipper. he's highly
years as the red sox' bench coach and will be introduced on monday. let's talk some high school playoff football! >> yeah! [ all talking ] >> reporter: they welcome in no. 15 chaparral, having a great season, looking to keep their dream season alive against the firebirds. >> quality, quality team. they're right there fights, now the three wins, that's. >> reporter: now over in class 6a, sxeven thee in the regular season. they open the playoffs at heme tonight at phoenix -- home tonight at phoenix college against the pioneers. >> they have a great quarterback, some great skilled
and the coach has done a great job. he's got a great program. we know they'll be a challenge. we respect them very much. >> reporter: more football. not a good bye week for the cardinals' tackle, rodney gunther, he was fined over $18,000 for a late hit on panthers quarterback cam newton. cardinals on the bye week, they're back to work a week from sunday at home against the 49ers. tonight the suns and the coyotes are in action. back here four best cheerleaders on the planet! [ cheering and applause ] >> reporter: on the planet! >> yeah! >> reporter: blackhawk, cheerleader, give me your names. >> sierra. >> olivia, >> dakota. >> ivy. >> take it away, girls! [ chanting ]
>> the sunset from our chopper. amazing! look at that globe and halo around the sun. absolutely gorgeous. this is why we live in arizona. and the warm weather. just isn't going away. 79 was the high today degrees. clear skies out there. winds at 7 miles an hour. nice breeze throughout the day. area of low pressure sitting right here, continuing to move toward the north northeast. we're gonna continue to see the off and on showers up in the high country.
toward flagstaff, wrapping around the area. no reports of it happening for us right now, warm dry air moves nwe keep our eye on the next cold front that will be sweeping through. before now, we're warm, dry, and just a few clouds out there. 63 overnight low in phoenix, 38 in flagstaff, 52 for sedona. 50 expected for tomorrow's temperature, 72 for globe, 83 for phoenix, 86 for bullhead city, 69 for sedona, and pick for flagstaff. the rest of the weekend, this begins the warmup, about 5-6 degrees above average all the way through tuesday. then we'll start a gradual cool-down. no storms in sight on the 7-day, plenty of sunshine.
drones to deliver drugs. >> the border patrol is using high-technology to track them down. >> reporter: agents call it their eye in the sky. >> we fly as close to 24/365 as we can. >> reporter: tars, the radar system, monitors the entire to texas carry radar that can detect an aircraft flying too low for conventional radar to see. that includes drones and homemade low-flying planes smugglers use to deliver drugs over the border. >> that's the control? >> this is the steering.
engage, get the drugs, the bad guys waiting for the drugs. >> reporter: the radar images are sent to this military base in california. >> my focus is gonna be for what doesn't seem right in this area. >> reporter: once something is spotted, border patrol teams can be in the air within three minutes. >> reporter: if a smuggler makes it over the border, the tars technology helps track down the drugs. before it gets into the wrong hands. chris marters in, cbs news, yuma. >> people hoping to cast their ballots early are running into long lines attat the polls.
? ? ? captioning sponsored by cbs >> pelley: the final weekend. the final push. >> this is one of those make-or- break moments for the united states. it is in your hands. >> you have to get out and vote on november 8. >> don't boo. vote! >> pelley: also tonight, cbs battle against isis. >> everybody okay? >> pelley: the harvard men's soccer team is shut down for making sexual comments about the women's team. and steve hartman-- the election turns brother against brother. >> you have a governor of north carolina. >> did you just make this up?