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get ready if you thought it was chilly today. tomorrow is going to be down right cold. more winter weather is going to hit our state. >> we're talking snow tonight. look at that. that's the i-17. up in the high country. the weather is canceling classes for some students. >> and our neighbors, in the eastern part, snow. and a lot of it. this is video from all of e >> and here in the valley, let's look, this is what we woke up to, chilly temperatures and the low hanging clouds. these amazing shots of camelback were taken by our pilot this morning. and tonight, flagstaff is issuing a snow day for tomorrow for all schools in the unified school district and they're on
government offices. we've got more answers for you tonight. >> snow covering everything here in flagstaff and enough to make snowballs. on the way up, on the i-17, it was a lot of rain and we took a detour through sedona. look at the video. just past sedona, drivers met with slick roads and a wintry mix. it ma the snowfall keeping the white stuff on side walks. but snow flows cruised as the drivers drove with care and the cold and the snow, didn't stop anyone from heading out for a night on the town. >> i think it's pleasant. i love it, i've been here 10 years. nice for the forest. not so many fires. kind of fun. nice and pretty. >> i had to ask everybody, how they stay warm here and the
from everyone, that they drink. >> oh yes, round of hot ones for everyone. a lot of snow showers falling across the area of show low and you can see out towards holbrooke. and still that overnight. it's cold up north. you're going to need a warm drink. 55 here in phoenix and how long will the cool weather stick around? that's next, and for answers on the weather, look at our team on "wake up arizona." starting at 4:30 a.m. a big waste of time, that's what some people are saying in buckeye. they thought they'd get answers
up the issue and we have more from the meeting. >> it affects here and a hundred or so families. their water bill shot up to $600 for one month of usage. many gathered where water rates were on the agenda but the council postponed the water january. people left upset, they didn't address the wild flukeuations and have no answers. some did get refunds or credits and many didn't. they fear another huge bill could hit next month. >> i want to cry right now. i had a guy call me with a 700-
family and i'm struggling and trying to make ends meet and then this city still isn't doing anything. >> take his case, he had a $125 normal water bill and shot up to $600 after they found no leaks he got a credit. it's a case by case basis. we have the special phone number and e-mail on app. live in buckeye, cbs 5 news. stay on top it. police in columbus, ohio try to determine why a 18-year-old drove into people and then cut them with a butcher knife. the suspect was shot and killed by a campus police officer after he didn't drop his weapon. 11 others hurt. that attack at ohio university
at asu and we have answers. we have a number of blue light emergency stations where anyone can report an attack within seconds. the school has an emergency alert system that is similar to the one ohio state used today. that immediately sends out texts and e-mails to students and staff notifying them of an emergency on campus. >> i know it's a possibility, but, i think if the potential disasters that can happen, you would drown in fear. so i trust that the campus has the right safety protocols to protect us. >> asu police encourage student to watch online safety training like this one to here. >> donald trump is still mulling over his choice for
petraeus met with him for an hour and rudy giuliani met with him and mitt romney. evacuation orders for people in colorado. it's burning on green mountain near lakewood, west of denver. 300-acres already destroyed. a woman opened up the emergency door on her flight and got onto the wing of the plane and jumped 15 feet down to the tarmac. it was a plane from houston to new orleans and the women didn't stay a word before she jumped out. she was taken into federal custody. tonight, you can help a valley couple, they put on comedy acts to cheer up kids and military veterans. their gear and truck were stolen. >> and someone slashed the
$10,000 worth of stage equipment. their back drops and stage rigging and even a sound system. they're not sure what insurance will cover but they're out thousands of dollars. >> we're just barely keeping a roof over our heads. a hit like this, and at christmastime. >> christmas is over. there's no money to spend. >> a good set up, find the link on our mobile app. for the 23rd year in a row, the posse will ride again. it kicked off today and includes deputies and k-9s and helicopters and horses.
terrorism lately. >> we have no violent activity in the malls in 24 years. >> he said about 300 posse members will donate 3,000 hours to patrol 8 malls across the valley. if you were planning ongoing to the big block party in tempe, there's a smaller celebration. the city decided to scale back on a party that used to bring in the trouble began when the fiesta bowl left tempe. they have only seen 25,000 people and not enough to sustain the event. >> i think last year was great but they might not have made money and they can't operate at a loss. the businesses will be fine. >> it's not going to be as good as it could, of course. >> despite a scale back, the city is encouraging people to
restaurants and pubs. colder temperatures are moving in and it's time to winterize your home. we caught up with parker and sons as they serviced a heater. many won't start because of dirt and dust in the system. it's important to change those filters. and have the units cleaned to promote airflow and they recommend >> you can cause more damage to the system and blow it up and melt wires. >> and seal out leaks as well. and wrap exposed pipes to prevent freezing and paul, it's chilly out there. perfect time for the reminders. >> very good timing. love the pictures, mountains
warm with this. nice fire and a beautiful evening for that. and temperatures, we've got freeze watches and warnings from globe and national forest and a watch down from casa grande to tucson. temperatures approaching freezing in the south and we're dropping to the 40s and high of 57 today, 13 degrees below average. average is 70 and now 55. low pressure brings in cool air and temperatures are dropping. 44 degrees here and 14 in flagstaff and that 7-day planner. below average through friday and changes ahead. thursday into friday, increasing clouds and a chance of showers and breezy conditions and then things warm up, highs of 71 on sunday. you're now ready for your tuesday and if you use public
sean mclaughlin and kris pickle you're watching 10:00, cbs 5. attracting visitors to arizona and helping students, an online auction happening now. that's the goal. amanda goodman reports. >> if you browse, or clicked and bought something online. you're in good company. >> our biggest day of the year.
looking to get the slightest piece of the pie. >> the campaign is to get visitors into our state. >> stay in arizona is an online auction that doubles as a fundraiser and offering one-of- a-kind arizona experiences. a trip to the cactus bowl at rock bottom prices. >> a five night stay to the tombstone area and with horseback riding and meals to local resorts. >> added today, just in time, a spring training package at $2,000. starting bid, $250. >> the actual bids themselves again, they start very low and the goal is to make as much money for the educational program. >> you can even sign up and bid
>> type in this, stay in az and text it to 2400 and it gives you this link and then put in your own information. >> this is is one deal you can take advantage of after today, through december 5th. and if you would like to check out those experiences, we have made it posted it on our free mobile app, cbs 5. it's been more than 2 years since the hotshots lost their lives after being over come by flames and a unique memorial will open to the public. it's a 7-mile trail and brand new parking, this is the beginning and at each stop, a
plaques honoring these men. we will be at this dedication, tune in tomorrow when we'll have continuous coverage, we'll have answers for you on "wake up arizona" at 4:30 a.m. we have a heads up about a fake wifi hotspots created by crooks to steal your information. they use a small device, it's called a wifi pineapple. it sets it looks identical to access points that you use every day. and your signal is rerouted to their device and so is your information. the sheriff said the best way to protect yourself is not use public wifi access points. there's another way that crooks are stealing your identity. right on your smartphone. using the apps and emojis that
fake apps for dillard's and jimmy chew and more. it's hard to catch which is fake, some of the counterfeit apps seem so real. >> some of these apps are so good, they give you a shopping cart experience. everything through the congratulations and here's your order number and then you never get them. >> as for the emojis, be careful, there are some that gives them access to all of your contacts and even your passwords. google play and apple insist they scan every app for malicious code. and rumors swirling on what apple's next iphone will look like. it's a curved screen. lg and samsung have them. and the pressure is on, the tech giant to deliver something
10th anniversary. the company may release more than just one model. a consumer alert. uber drivers are going to protest as they call for fair wages. they want 15 bucks an hour. and they'll take to the streets along fast food and in home care workers who also want raises. we'll get answers from governor ducey on big news that is coming to arizona. we're expecting an announcement around 12:30 and out on our news app when it happens. and if you are looking for a new job, chase bank is hiring 200 people at a big job fair. going to take place tomorrow. and you don't need any banking experience. the company said they're looking for people who have had
experience and are bilingual. >> a valley school wants to pay you for pretending to be sick. they're hiring actor patients. they give you a script and you act out your symptoms to help student health professionals trying to diagnose you. >> that realistic environment for our students and then have them focus the student's ability to communicate and have interpersonal relationships with patients. >> this is not a steady job. sometimes they work 5 hour a week. we linked the website to ours, it's on the front page of cbs5az.com. and this is something up to
this town is testing out reindeers to delivery pizzas. trainers trying out the service or is the reindeer trying them? they're trying out a sled. this area is mountainous and they navigate it well. it will be a safer way for the company to get deliveries in the area. >> that doesn't look safe. >> you know where that could work, flagstaff? have to leave is carrots. no tip for the driver. >> if you've been diagnosed with lung cancer, explore your treatment options with a team of specialists at cancer treatment centers of america in phoenix. one of only six hospitals in the country to be recognized by the joint commission for lung cancer care. we have a well-orchestrated team to help patients be treated well.
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winter-like weather has arrived. look at this great shot. you can see the clouds covering the mountains. and bruce shot this while cruising for "wake up arizona." you can see this at 4:30, and clouds, a quiet conditions, just a cooler temperatures, dropping down to 44 degrees here in the valley and a high of 62 and across the state, highs right near that freezing mark, 33 degrees, 44 in prescott and upper 50s in casa grande. they're going to be down here asking for $200 million.
sports facility. >> i'm a big fan but haven't heard anything about this. >> politics unplugged. doing work for the sports department. the state capitol, it's been a tough month for valley sports team. and the basketball team, how they did against kentucky. and t there, kentucky turns on the jets and ed rice, the 6'10" freshman right down broadway and kentucky up 28 and then led by 43. and malick to win. that's the highlight. kentucky wins it, 115-69 over asu. >> and how about josh?
half against southern illinois. russell to cut it but the cougars had an answer. trey harris for three and back to 14 and they take a walk. louisville on saturday. >> and cardinals starting with super bowl expectations but appear to be playing out the string this holiday season. they're not will take a christmas miracle to get the to playoffs. michael floyd, another drop and another game it cost them. >> here's bruce on where they go from here. >> we got to win one and i don't look at big pictures until the whole season is over. to think we're trying to lose
tracking tomorrow's traffic, traffic center. they're working on that south mountain freeway so there are lane restrictions during the day. pecos and desert foothills will be narrowed down so give yourself extra time if you're heading towards the i-10. that's the only restriction we have going on. enjoy your night and join me on "wake up arizona." all right, thanks, heidi,
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