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poll workers are setting up as we speak. >> they're making sure they're all ready to go when the polls open at 6:00 a.m. donna rossi is live near 19th, one of the hundreds of polling places. >> the workers here at this polling site finished setting up and everything is locked down tight as a drum until throughout the state. according to both the county and the secretary of state, those 724 polling places should alleviate the massive wait lines that we saw in manner during the presidential preference election. >> we have more, but you have to go to your assigned polling places. and we expect lines. i've just, the an anticipation for this election, so, we're
are 30 minutes for the minimum. >> and poll workers are doing just what these folks are doing, setting up the machines and they've been tested. the ballots are printed and have been distributed. one of the concerns is a very contentious election cycle, security. the sheriff's offic have deputies at the sites but have 6 deputies that have been designated to drive the county should problems happen. and local police departments will respond if there's a problem. >> we handle our situations ourselves and we teach our poll workers to handle issues at the polling places and contact our office if they need back up and
something more serious, we'll contact the sheriff's office. >> in maricopa county, 50% of the people eligible to vote have already voted. the office said a report number of early ballots have been returned. and 45,000 people close to that, have voted early at early polling sites. two websites that answer all of the questions that you have and maricopa dot vote. >> the justice department confirms it will send federal monitors here to enforce federal voting laws. they said those monitors will be in maricopa and navajo counties. two of the jurisdictions that monitors will deployed and 500
>> right now the search for the hit-and-run driver who killed a motorcyclist, different than the top of the news. this one happened on the u.s. 60 near country club at 6:00 a.m. the motorcyclist fell after colliding with a van and then ran him over and kept driving, if you have information, call 911. triggered a valley wide chase is charged. he was charged with aggravated assault on an officer and unlawful flight. he third they spotted him driving in the wrong direction on arizona avenue and then drove 20 miles until police stopped him. it took a k-9 to get him into custody. >> police in south carolina found the remains of a second body on the property of a man
with kidnapping a woman and chaining her up like a dog for months. >> he did time for kidnapping here in arizona. and detectives said he could be tied to at least 7 murders. >> it was not a phone call i was expecting. i made peace it was a phone call i wasn't going to get. >> valley resident and her 13- year-old son suddenly find themselves ed bizarre and horrifying story now unfolding in south carolina. a 45-year-old man by the name of todd c is in custody. after a woman was found chained on his property, and two bodies have been found on that property. and he admitted to murdering
people at scott's motor sports store in south carolina 13 years ago yesterday. >> it gives us closure in the fact that we know what happened. >> when her husband was murdered along with his mother and two of his employees, melissa was 7 weeks pregnant with their son scott jr. who is now 13. >> he's a bad person. but my mom was telling me that he might get a death se deserves to die. i really didn't want to think that he would die even though he killed my grandma and my dad. >> and investigators in south carolina continue to search for more bodies, and the bloody death toll of scott c. continues to grow. melissa and scott jr. talk about closure and their desire
different purpose than what we did and that's in reaching o you the to other people that haven't solved homicides and making sure they don't give up hope. >> this valley mother left her kids on the side of the road and is now down coulter st. and told her 9- year-old and two others kids to wait for her. after 1 hour, they decided to find their apartment. the grandfather called police when he saw the girls come home alone. she admitted that she was drinking and now facing charges of child neglect. >> a woman burned after her
>> residents complained about a gas smell, and they're, whoing to find out what caused it. how the community is helping out in a big way. >> collections from the crisis relief fund have been popping up and overflowing since sunday morning, this one is at ace hardware and has doubled in the last hour. from dishes to bedding and other essentials. organizers said this is what love looks like. >> the it doesn't seem to be enough. >> donations super all over phoenix and gilbert and globe and flagstaff make a big statement. >> it's not a rich found and they don't work hard for their money. >> it's a reminder of what love does to people. >> love is infectious through the payson community after a
>> they lost everything. their clothes and their memories and everything. >> and 6 people hurt. >> this could have been us and you and anybody. >> amazing to see how the community rallied. >> that includes free services where victims that had their hair burned are shown love. >> you definitely know that you're going to make it through and it's going to be okay. >> we're so busy in our own lives, and that we often ignore those that need help. clothing and furniture are overflowing. it's hard not to overlook the tears. >> imagine the impact we can make if we all did this all of the time. >> they're small in size but it can't be said for their hearts. >> big giants ones. >> thursday morning, volunteers
and allow those explosion victims to walk through the whole area and take what they need. as for area churches, they're planning a free delivery service. coming up, the new treatment for parkinson's, just approved by the fda and patients will not have to remember their medication. the wacky discover by cops
i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump:
i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember."
she was the first woman to hold the position and passed from parkinson's disease. she was 78. jury selection on hold for this man accused in the deadly shooting in south carolina. dylann roof is charged with hate crimes and murder. jury selection resumes wednesday. damage in oklahoma. it was rattled by a strong 5.0 look, it brought down buildings and only minor injuries reported. this is was an unusual find, australian police searching a woman being arrested. they found that. the real live baby koala. she said she found it and was caring for it and she was booked and the koala is in good health at a wildlife hospital. time is running out and the polls open and tonight, there's
lisa lundskow: luke air force base is not only vital to our national security -- but also to our local communities and economy. georgia lord: senator john
mccain has been a powerful advocate for the base, taking a bipartisan approach when securing the fighter pilot training program. lisa lundskow: thousands of jobs depend on luke. ip and experience - we could have lost many of those jobs. georgia lord: without question, senator mccain's leadership has made arizona and america stronger. john mccain: i'm john mccain
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 "the republic" says, "elect tom o'halleran. his words match his work." and "the daily star" said, "o'halleran puts the common good above party politics.
time is it running out to convince voters of had your next president. hundreds of volunteers working to get
their people to the polls. >>reporter: that's correct, donald trump or hillary clinton, it's a choice not everyone is really excited about. this year's election will come down to voter turnout. >> did you vote republican? >> yes. >> make america great. >> thank you. >> my name is carol and i'm a volunteer at the democratic
time is running out. and you vote republican, make america great? >> volunteers out in full force. >> can you count on your support. >> reaching out to as many as possible less than a day before the elect. >> every vote counts. >> certain people doesn't vote it goes to the other side and this is too important. >> you'd be surprised how many op is tomorrow or they have the envelope and they haven't made a choice yet. >> first of all have you voted. >> donald trump supporters hit the street early this morning and he said the face-to-face connection goes a long way to earning trust and getting people to the polls. >> people don't knock doors anymore so when you do that, it
>> not to be out done, the hillary clinton campaign has plenty of volunteers. these three through in from california. it's a last minute push. >> we've had people that either didn't know where to go to vote or whatted wrong location in mind. it's good to make sure they go to the right place. >> both republicans democrats are expected to reach 100,000 voters each today and it may sound clichi but every vote really does c count. and on this election eve, the candidates continue to barnstorm through the very important swing states. donald trump rallied in florida, urging them to cast their ballot for trump.
politicians lose and if they win, american people lose big league. >> he'll continue his tour with stops in north carolina and pennsylvania and new hampshire and michigan and hillary clinton hits two stops in pennsylvania and started in pittsburgh today. >> vote for yourself and your families and your future. vote for the issues that matter to you, >> and big names join her, including her husband and president obama and the first lady. >> and this comes as the fbi says it will not seek criminal charges against hillary clinton after investigating her on going e-mail scandal. james comey said the bureau reviewed it and it found nothing significant.
and the death of janet reno, but the fda treatment gives hope. dr. max gomez has more. >> he takes nothing for granted and making a cup of coffee, the retired police commissioner has advanced parkinson's and now is receiving an fda approved treatment, it's not as anything on my own. i lost my ability to be productive so i was very depressed. >> they inserted a tube that connects to an outside pump and it's connected to medications continuously delivered for 16 hours a day. >> the doctor said patients using it no longer have to worry about taking pills at the
infused in a consistent manner and absorbed in a consistent manner. that means that the patient is on all of the time. and there's no wearing off. >> jack was up and dancing with his wife a half hour after the procedure. >> we haven't danced in 8 years. it was night and day when he took his granddaughter to a school event. >> i had gone to that event last year and i had to be lp >> this year i went and didn't need help and held her hand and we ran across the street. these are big things. >> that's the way he hopes his granddaughter will remember him. independent and able to enjoy doing things with his family. all right, monday, let's look at the forecast. live look outside. you can see, well sun is setting and nice conditions.
to the mid 80s and comfortable. still above average. and average high this time of year is 80. and we're going to stay well above average through midweek and by the end of the week. we'll see temperatures cooldown. election day tomorrow. and starting off in the 60s and the polls open and then we'll have a high of 90 degrees above average tomorrow. and then by 7:00, the polls cl drop. mostly 80 degrees. and that's the story. a system developing south could bring clouds later on this week and cooler weather. tomorrow, by 5:00, we'll continue to see plenty of sunshine and that sun sticks around through wednesday and through the rest of the workweek. mid 60s for a low in phoenix and down to 33 in flagstaff and look at that day in detail.
vo: 13 lor she was raped by her uncle. her counselor called sheriff joe arpaio's office. but arpaio failed to protect her. for three more years, sabrina's uncle continued to rape her - and arpaio did nothing. rapes, assaults, even child molestation, remain uninvestigated, while arpaio focuses on his personal agenda. arpaio talks tough,
things started. >> new manager, exuded confidence. he's the leader arizona was looking for and 30 years of experience as a player and coach. >> his ability to connect with people and his communication style and his role as teacher, we felt he was the right choice. primed to lead, he was boston's bench coach, interim manager when the other manager battled cancers. >> i figured out that we can get this together. and so i'm prepared. >> the task is to bring arizona back to respectability and not consumed by the record from
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. more accusers coming forward to say they were sexually assaulted by donald trump. i'll go backstage before a show... 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? uh... i can't say that either. alright, good.
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trail and going behind- the-scenes on the big story lines. >> it's going to be the most competitive race right here in the contest for congressional district one. this is going to be a battle, boys. >> and we're not seeing competitive races across the country. of the 435 seats up for grabs, less than 40 of them are legitimately in play. >> and arizona's congressional district one is one of them and the republican who is hoping to turn this blue district red is
criminal syndicate. >> he's a hawk on immigration. >> he's a republican running for congress. >> earlier, he faced down president obama on gun control in a cnn town hall. >> what would you have done to prevent these mass shootings? >> and now, sheriff is running for congress in a district that is >> there's a connection that i can make with my service as sheriff, i've been outspoken. and i've proven that you can have an impact. >> but facing an onslaught of attack ads from a well financed opponent and the rnc is hoping to turn his district from blue to red, he hasn't received much money to help.