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of people who had soft tissue injuries from being hit by the car. >> none of the injuries are life threatening. the suspect was killed by police. and right now, authorities are not ruling out this may have been a terror attack. but, again, this is currently under investigation, now the incident at ohio state, it raises questions here at home. safety on our college campuses. >> the conversation focus on what is being done to keep students and we spent the day at asu looking at answers. >> one of the big things we noticed was how fast police responded and how quickly news spread, a tribute to the training and preparation and it's similar to what is going on here. >> she felt uneasy today, and with good reason.
violent attack at ohio state, her friends go there. >> it's close to home for me, and terrifying, it does hit a cord in your heart, you worry. >> despite the random acts of violence, most students we spoke to aren't real worried about a similar attack here. >> i was in class earlier today. >> he believes asu does a good job at making students safe. they have blue stations across the campus and an emergency response system similar to the one at ohio state, they send out text and e- mails notifying of an active shooter on campus. >> makes me feel better, in case they have an incident, you can avoid the area. >> they encourage students to watch online safety training videos like this one. they can learn what to do if a
campus. >> i do worry, but i feel safety and i feel it's a big campus and very protected. >> we've learned that asu police officers trained and conduct drills year round owned how to respond to a major crisis on campus. but the better informed the students and staff are, the safer everyone will be if something terrible happens. cbs evening news. it's starting to feel like winter. and last night it was the rainfall and tonight the chill. temperatures get down to the 40s. and we saw rain here and up north, it's snow. a live look at snow bowl. the snow is falling tonight and this morning, flagstaff schools
>> all week long, below average temperatures. and in snow bowl, 7 inches of fresh know in the last 24 hours and starting to see quiet conditions across the valley. and snowfall up to the north and fresh snow across areas of flagstaff and even the show low area. temperatures-wise, highs in the 50s, well blow the average. and how long will it stic around? that answer coming up. and remember, track the weather anytime and any place on your phone, just open the cbs 5 mobile app and click on the interactive radar. and the holidays are here. and tonight, the sheriff said his passi will make sure you're safe. >> and an historic season and
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good outlook when you're in pain. >> the swim gave her a boost. >> the otter, they were, that was cute. >> a memory her parents say she'll carry close to her hearts on days she needs comfort the most. >> this is how you spin everybody! cute, we got a nice sunset to show you, and yes, is setting, it's 5:20. and temperatures hit a high of 57. your average is around 70. 13-degree difference, and we're going to stay cool. winds out of the northeast at 6 miles per hour. and the valley pinpoint, still a few stray showers and some
country. skiers are loving it in flagstaff. steady showers towards show low but a live look and the rainfall totals in the last 24 hours. over 6/10 in fountain hills and 3/10 in north phoenix and 2/10 in sky harbor. culprit is an area of low pressure to the east and bringing stray showers. but this continues to move east, look at what happens tomomo see the clearing conditions, temperatures are going to drop below average. overnight lows in the 40s and sunshine, highs in the 60s and then below average as i mentioned through the west of the workweek. 44 in phoenix and 29 in sedona and 13 along the south rim and 7-day planner, sunshine, tuesday and wednesday and
>> you just scared me. >> it's a fresh cut? >> it's like when you get roses. >> ceremony is a week from tomorrow. >> how about a bud light? super bowl tickets for life. see the gold can, distributed across the country. if you find one, post it on social media. that's what they're asking you, season tickets to their favorite team and one of them will get super bowl tickets for life. >> need to start drinking bud light. >> a nice treasure hunt. >> you might want to give that to cardinals fans. and the loss, it's time to start looking to next season. the cardinals are not going to
missed opportunities are the story of sunday. michael floyd, a critical drop and that cost them another game that they had to have. bruce arians on where they go next. >> we win one and we'll be fine. we'll add them up at nine and you got a great shot. we're going to be playing some of those teams in the same spot we're in. >> we got to win one and don't look at big pictures in the whole season is over. cardinals coach believes, and the coyotes. they're off, if they could play the oilers every night, they might go undefeated. haven't heard much from the
this is cbs 5 news at 5:30. a valley couple whose comedy act helped raise money for charity but thieves stole $10,000 worth e the show can't go on. >> they found their tires slashed and then realized the thieves didn't something worse. >> they stole their livelihood. although brad and brenda are masters of the smile. >> it's a gut punch. >> thieves took that from them along with $10,000 worth of