tv Saturday Morning News CBS November 26, 2016 7:00am-8:00am MST
the forecast for today has high clouds in the valley with a chance of showers developing into sunday. snow in the higher elevations. 2-5 inches of snow are possible by monday. much cooler temperatures around the the state as a cold pacific storm tracks through the area. highs will drop out of the 70s on
former cuban leader, fidel castro has died overnight. cuba's former president and leader of the communist revolution was 90 years old. castro's brother, raul who succeeded him in power confirming castro's death on state television. fidel castro led the island nation for nearly half-a- century, having a hand in cuba's government for the tenure of ten u-s presidents. castro was at the helm, heading the only communist government in the western
decemeber 4th... after nine days of mourning... banging pots and pans people are flooding the streets in miami ... celebrating the death of fidel castro... car horns filled the air as locals danced and cheered at the news others hit pots and pans together... a cuban tradition. miami is the home to thousands of cuban- americans... many of whom fled... or have relatives that fled from castro's rule beginning in the late 1950s phoenix fire is mourni after a veteran fire captain died in an atv accident up in flagstaff... "chris fitzmaurice" was off-duty at the time. he is survived by his wife and four young daughters. a go-fund-me account has been set up to help them. and so far... has raised more than 34 thosuand dollars... the captin spent more than 20 years with phoenix fire. and we now know the name of a maricopa county deputy and his wife.. who were hit by a
in cave creek... early thursday morning... investigators say "nick and elizabeth schrey" were leaving a bar when they were hit. the deputy is in serious condition. his wife is in critical. loved ones have set up a go-fund-me page to help with medical expenses. we're hearing from the family of a woman... who died... after she crashed head- on into a greyhound bus... after driving the wrong way on i-10... d-p-s says "saraco crashed head- on into a greyhound bus.. early friday morning... on the i-10.. east of the loop 303. investigators say she died at the scene.... and may have been impaired. 13 of the 39 bus passengers were sent to the hospital. cornejo leaves behind a three-year-old girl.. and one- year-old little boy. says, "theyre just babies, they have no idea what happened, the worst part is when they're saying mommy, when is she coming home, we
say at this point." her family has set up a gofundme account to help with expenses. that info is on our mobile app. police are stepping up patrols... hoping to keep impaired drivers off the streets. overnight... they focused on the east valley... the dui task force involves several agencies around the valley. in chandler, several command vehicles are setup. that's where suspects are according to adot ... 295 people died in alcohol related crashes last year. arizona does have one of the strictest d-u-i laws in the country. it could cost you thousands of dollars in court fees... plus jail time.. if you want to head out the woods and chop down your own christmas tree... you better hurry... as many as 40-percent of tree permits... are already gone. they went on sale just last week... at most of the six national forests here in arizona. coconino and prescott national
out within days. that leaves just 75- hundred permits left. and the 22nd annual glendale glitters.... is now lit up for the holiday season. it's a stunning display of one-point-five million l-e-d lights that illuminate 16 blocks of downtown glendale. our very own, olivia fierro... emceed last night's unveil. you can check it out every
it was a late night finish in tucson ...and in the end... this years territorial cup went to the u. of a... the final score? 56 to 35. asu gave up the traditional maroon and gold to wear a new copper and gray combo... but it didn't help on the field... the sundevils gave up more than 400 yards rushing to the wildcats. joe has the rest of sports today...
sunshine who brings out willie's sliver of humanity. much more to come - next some weekend events you might want to check out. and here's what's happening later in the the forecast for today has high clouds in the valley with a chance of showers developing into sunday. snow in the higher elevations. 2-5 inches of snow are possible by monday. much cooler temperatures around the the state as a cold
teams up once again with his angry little sidekick, marcus, to knock off a chicago charity on christmas eve. along for the ride is 'the kid' - chubby and cheery thurman merman, a 250-pound ray of sunshine who brings out willie's sliver of humanity. much more to come - next some weekend events you might want to check out. and here's what's happening later in the show.
there's lots to do and see this weekend... "lego city" is back by popular demand at desert ridge marketplace... arizona's leading lego user group... cactus brick... is giving everyone a chance to see how creativity combined with building skill... can help a miniature lego city... rise from the rubble of hundreds of thousands of lego bricks... you can check out the display every weekend though december 11th... and arizona is home to one of the largest light shows in north america... for the first
you can check out "lights of the world" at rawhide... at whild horse pass... it features five million lights... spread over 25 acres... you can also check out acrobatic shows... carnival rides... and games... the lights will be on display through january 29th... much more to come- next... today's the day to spend...but not at the big malls... it's small business saturday. ...and have a pretty good holiday season...if you win tonight's powerball... it's heading into record
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dollars are up for grabs in tonight's powerball drawing... if you win... and take the cash option... you'll get 243- million dollars. the drawing... is the 9th- largest powerball jackpot ever. you have until 6-59 tonight to pick up a ticket. good luck. it's small business saturday. today is all about shopping small.... and local.... it's is an idea that sprung up about seven-years ago... as an alternative to black friday and cyber monday. it encourages holiday shoppers to support brick and mortar businesses that are small and local. one of them... is a new local shop in gilbert... called bar-none. it's a place for local
handcrafted goods... says, "small businesses generate most of the jobs in the valley and it's super important because they keep the money in the valley - it kind of ripples throughout the community." phoenix mayor stanton will be showing his support for small business saturday by shopping at sassy cakes by nina.. at 10 a-m this morning... while you're sifting through all the deals this weekend... the best deal you might come across is a new best friend ... free of charge. the "arizona humane society' is offering waived adoption fees for all pets between black friday and cyber monday. a-h-s... is one of more than 100 animal organizations across the country... waiving adoption fees. family and friends are remembering a valley woman
bus... after driving the wrong way on i-10... 13 bus passengers were sent to the hospital. investigators say "sarah cornejo" died at the scene.... and may have been impaired. her loved ones released blue and orange balloons last night... during a vigil.... cornejo leaves behind a three-year-old girl.. and one- year-old little boy. her family has set up a gofundme account to help with expenses.. including basic necessities for those kids.. as well as a funeral. president and leader of the communist revolution... has died... castro's brother raul... cuba's current leader... made the announcement last night on on state television... the elder castro... led the island nation for almost half-a-century... heading the only communist government in the western hemisphere. fidel castro was 90-years old. police say they shot and killed a man... who was staying at homeless center in south tucson. officers say things got out of hand when the man
according to the center's manager... the man grabbed a fire extinguisher and ran out of the building... when police caught up to him... the man attacked them... after failing to subdue him with pepper spray and tasers... one of the officers shot the man ... and he later died at the hospital. next up... more ideas for your thanksgiving leftovers...incl uding an idea for all that cranberry sauce that no one ate. and we'll have to find out why they call this animal a "laughing" kookaburra... i don't see a smile on it's beak... and we'll get a check of our weekend forecast thta
lauren has a laughing kookaburra the laughing kookaburra is a carnivorous bird in the kingfisher subfamily halcyoninae. native to eastern mainland australia, it has also been introduced to parts of new zealand, tasmania, and western australia. male and female adults are similar in plumage, which is predominantly brown and white. a common and familiar bird, this species of kookaburra is well known for its
the forecast for today has high clouds in the valley with a chance of showers developing into sunday. snow in the higher elevations. 2-5 inches of snow are possible by monday. much cooler temperatures around the the state as a cold pacific storm tracks through the area. highs will valley for sunday and
josh garcia with miracle mile deli is back with a couple more ideas for your thanksgiving leftovers. more ideas for your thanksgiving leftovers. this hour... what to do with your bread rolls...and cranberry sauce. it's a dilemma every year.what do we do with all of that leftover food after thanksgiving? josh garcia of miracle mile deli is ready to offer some
miracle mile deli is locally owned and located at 4433 n 16th street in phoenix left over bread rolls? save them for sliders the next day! we all love our bread to go with our thanksgiving meal! surely you are going to have some of those bread rolls leftover too.. save those bread rolls and use them to make "turkey sliders" with your leftover turkey, cranberry sauce, add some swiss cheese, lettuce, tomato, onion.... perhaps even a "stuffing pancake"! lots of cranberry sauce leftover and you're sick of it? use it as a
to it and make a cranberry mustard or use some heavy mayo and create a cranberry mayo. seems simple... and it is... but it will give you another spin on a turkey day classic that you can add to other home cooked dishes and still stick with the holiday themes. glendale glitters lights up your holiday season november 25, all the way into the shining new year! if you love the magic of holiday lights, then mark your calendar for glendale's award-winning holiday festival, glendale glitters,
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glendale glitters lights up your holiday season november 25, all the way into the shining new year! if you love the magic of holiday lights, then mark your calendar for glendale's award-winning holiday festival, glendale glitters, which has become a family tradition for so many across the valley and state. this year thera friday, nov. 25 and saturday, nov. 26, from 5-10 p.m. each evening, and the festivities will be as spectacular as ever! the stunning display of 1.5 million led lights will illuminate sixteen blocks of historic downtown glendale, making it the largest free holiday light display in arizona. free admission and free shuttles make this award-winning event family friendly. during opening weekend only, free shuttle transportation is provided from glendale community college (north parking lots.) visitors of all ages will delight in holiday entertainment, delectable food,
holiday gifts, a children's winter wonderland and petting zoo, shopping and, of course, visits with jolly ol' st. nick. the festive stage show will feature special honored guests to help flip on the lights, as it counts down to the lighting ceremony on friday evening, nov. 25 beginning at 5:30 p.m. the holiday lights and entertainment continue with more events in downtown glendale, each friday and saturday through dec. 17, from 6-10 p.m. each evening: dec. 2-3: glendale's jingle bell rockin' nights dec. 9-10: glendale's winter wonderland weekend dec. 16-17: glendale's
thanksgiving is behind us... but christmas is a month away... and we need your help for our annual 3-tv "bringing hope to the table" food drive. drop by any "frys" store to pick up a "gobble- give card at the register... to donate to the salvation army. you can also give food ... directly to the in-store dropboxes thru december 31st. if you're watching on channel 5 feel free to turn over to channel three and join us for the rest of the show... we have the latest news... including the death of a communist icon... and an officer involved shooting
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