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go. ,. door to door ban hurts minority voters. they could make it any moment. as soon as they do. we will bring it to you. >> this is a battleground state. we have been saying it for a few days now. >> naming us one of three state and bear in the yellow color. north carolina and others. now, it is drawing heavy hitters from both sides to the valley. we get closer and closer to collection day. dr. ben carson ho is here today for two eerpts. megan thompson arrived for one of them. voters are lining up there. >> not yet, allison. we do have a group of young men who will be canvassing and they will miss ben carson. they have to make sure they are knocking on doors and getting them to vote and miss the big headliners for today. they came out to make sure people vote. >> if you want to see ben carson. he is making this appearance
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for the job he wanted himself. he is coming alongside governor mary fallonsm today and headache sure people get out and vote. there are two-times you can see the pair which is what allison was meptionzing. it is here with republican headquarters and that address is on the screen. that is happening from 225 until three this afternoon. from there, they will head to the victory office and that is near shea and that also on your screen. from 325 until four this afternoon. then, tomorrow another big name. bernie sanders will get a new push for his day. this is the second time he has come to the state as a second time for clinton. this week has been a birl wind for the state which is never really considered to be a battleground state and like you were just mentioning with the
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and all of this is going to continue up until election day. megan thompson. good reporting. we are ready to cover bernie sanders in phoenix tomorrow. he said he will rally specifically behind hillary clinton's vision for our economy. this is at central high school. doors are going to open and you will be asked to rsvp and melania trump, not long after she was on the campaign trail for her and claiming that the former model was working in the u.s. before she got legal permission. she was paid for 10 modeling gigs and totaling $20,000. that is before the work approved vees ca came in and arrived in the country healy and never violated the terms of her immigration status. new information status. wrong way driving incident. the pursuit started near arizona avenue and the driver of this tony gutierrez kept
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and that's when they stepped in. >> pit maneuver to stop them near the avenue and he tried to bail and run away. he didn't get far. >> k-9 caught up with him. he is now in custody. at the hospital being treated for bites and face several charges and including dui in the incident here. >> also busier responding to this and union hills. some of you called us about the situation and telling us they stopped the driver and suspected of dui. and also bailing out and officers not able to find him yet. and this is for them on the road. investigating a serious one and clipped by another car. the damage is minimal and not sure if the driver will face charges and from the initial crash was taken to the hospital. >> this is leaving a
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condition. >> this is going westbound and telling us that the driver of the white car is at fault and in custody. investigators are looking at alcohol as a factor. to be on the lookout. this is being issued overnight. this is for the missing man. it is 86-year-old and last seen driving a red cadillac on vallejo street and he just arrived here from missouri and doesn't know the area very well. he was heading to mesa. call police if you see think you may know where he is. right now. phoenix police are searching for the suspect who let a man die in front of them. they were shot in the street and in the heart of the serial street shooter zone. sixty-fourth avenue and van buren, the uncle died. the nephew is expected to survive. the nephew said four suspects drove off in a car together. no motive for the shooting.
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serial case either. a witness heard some sort of conversation going on before the shooting took place. >> we did speak with a neighbor here who is worried about his family's own safety. >> it is not safe with my kids. i would rather stay in the house with the kids. and don't go out. you might get shoot, you know. and life is risky. you know. and we have got to be on it. >> you know. >> police did not release the ages of the victims. this shooting. t murdered seven people dating back to march. this latest scene is connected and they want the guy caught. they are still offering a # $5,000 reward. >> all right. let turn our attention to the most accurate forecast here. so much going on across the valley and hey, they are going out this morning. little bit cool and feels like fall. >> we were outside and it is really. really nice and here are the
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no rain in the forecast. we had a little bit and warm back up in the coming days. plus the winds are coming back and we will have all the details in the seven-day forecast. >> crime alert as thieves syphon your gas. the $15 fix that could keep you from running on empty. maybe the weather has you wanting to take the hog out on the road. enjoy a bi paul babeu is abusive. physical and sexual abuse at a boarding school. by pinal county sheriff paul babeu. disturbing. man: babeu's school was unlicensed, abusive, and dangerous. woman: paul babeu exposed in a damning home video. man: congressional candidate not only ran a boarding school rife with abuse, he supported the abusive practices and even bragged about them. paul babeu is unfit to represent us. house majority pac is responsible
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. he brings the cost down of medical marijuana cards. her dwrawnd daughter has seizure from epilepsy and depends on the drug. she paid $500 in fees and her patient card and for her caregiver. the lawsuit calls on the governor and the department of
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prices. >> nobody should have to make the choice of save something money for a car or saving a chieltd's life. >> they want the state to repay. they have been paying for years. no comment from the governor's office. toughest sheriff joe arpaio, facing more accusations. more from the associated press. arpaio broke up a s.w.a.t. team unit despite high demand. they were handling dangerous jail inmates. he shut down this two months ago even though there was a rise in attacks on guards. that was the result of budget cuts due to his skyrocketing racial profiling case. >> coming out of central phoenix, it is what we are starting to see a lot more of gas syphoning. that's what we are talking about. this is happening in mesa two weeks ak. now thieves steal gas in the
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and indian school. inexpensive fix for 15 bucks. you can buy a gas cap with a lock on it. >> a man tried to rob a wells fargo near scottsdale road and mcdowell. he left without the money in dark colored sedan. >> really big travel alert on the 10 this weekend. they are doing maintenance. and seriously, i-10 shut down from the i-17 stack until you hit state rude 51. this is friday night until saturday morning 9:00 a.m. the next night they will switch the direction and do the westbound side of i-10. that is from the split until seventh avenue and the same timeframe. 9:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. sunday. to get around the closures. north or southbound can help you with the congestion and the closure you will see there. out in the east valley. 202 west mountain will shut
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until monday morning 5:00 a.m. you will see the portion of the freeway closed. your best option is to take mcdowell and u.s. 60 and help you get around the closure. couple of projects out in the west valley and 10. and grand avenue. >> head to abc 15 for all the details. >> thank you, mallory. >> nick celetti doing a god job. >> hard job you got today. you are doing great at it and he is talking about you say. it finally feels like fall and you say it will warm up. >> not as bad as what we were seeing. but we will crank it up. >> i don't know. >> here we go. >> shows you the headlines. we will look at abc 15. not a drop to spare and nice and dry right now. we are still in the low to mid-60s across much of the valley this morning. winds out of the south, south eat at 3 miles an hour.
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the valley. 65 up in deer valley and morning in ahwatukee. and 61 in peoria and six # in goodyear and 66 right now in buckeye. here is the most accurate forecast for you by the hour. we will be up to 77 degrees. 4:00 p.m. and # 0 degrees and high today of 82. so, right about where we should be at this time of year. speaking up and those averages right now. it should be what it is for today. hear how the temperatures will warm up. they talked about the wa and this is what is happening. 84 on sunday. still not too bad and up to 87 for monday. and even warmer on tuesday. keep that in mind. this is the download for the free mobile app and track the temperatures. >> this is another peek. desert doppler. not seeing anything around flagstaff and the high country and here in the valley. if they picked up a shower. it is pockets of northeastern arizona. it is not torrential rain or
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they do have a 10 to 20% chance of picking up a stray shower or two. show you future cast. this is what is happening here. line of moisture. you can see it hugging the border of new mexico and it just slithers as across the border and maybe residual rain. it is going to stay nice and dry and this is the pattern for the next few days. dry out after we got a few days of wet weather this week. here is the pollen fore this is what you have to worry about. medium levels for today. sunday and into monday. if you are headed up to the high country. check out the fall foliage. leaves look good. >> it is overnight low of 44. flagstaff 56 and 68 degrees in sedona with overnight lows in the 40 hs. always cooler up there and keep that in mind. bring the jacket and the sweatshirt and all the good stuff. tomorrow's high. 84 degrees.
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forecast. we like tomorrow. we are going to like today, too. >> 87. lots of sunshine. tuesday. some things change and still plenty of sunshine. they will flirt with 90 degrees. we will not get to the 90-degree mark and it is warmth time of year. add in breezes. they stick around for wednesday and they dip to 85 degrees. 84 for the thursday and then friday. it looks like five and just was looking at the models for next it looks even better, i think. keep that in mind. we are up for a string of gorgeous weather, allison. >> we like that. >> thank you. >> recipe for success brewing in the kitchen at the rescue mission. mission. how the cookies are empowering 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.
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"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. tom o'halleran -- a leader we can trust. 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. we have tremendous technologies that allow us to treat patients in a very accurate fashion. the evolution of cancer care is here
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vo: 13 year-old sabrina told a school counselor 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. remain uninvestigated, while arpaio focuses on his personal agenda. arpaio talks tough,
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. this is a beautiful saturday morning and thank you for waking up with us. it is 64 great day on track and nick said it is going to be 82 degrees. a bit of a warm up and we will have the forecast on the mobile app. put that up there for you. >> here we go. stay with abc 15 today. this is a jam packed college football action. badgers versus northwestern. fans of both here in the valley. oklahoma state and kansas state faceoff. catch up on the day's news at
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nebraska and number 6. ohio state go head to head. our producer went to ohio state. >> those buckeyes and seeing what is going to happen there. >> we have this now. >> homeowners in buckeye. hot over water bills and possibly through the city. they are upset about the sky high spike in the water bills and those bills. they get 1,000 or even two thowth in some of the cases. if you believe that. people telling us, t turned off the springlers and stopped filling up the pools and they are still high. they will investigate the cause of these high water bills. until then, the homeowners will meet today to discuss a class action lawsuit and we have those details for you posted on abc so, if you are interested. check it out there. hopping on a harley. it is your chance to get an adrenaline rush and help them at phoenix hospital.
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annual blast happening this weekend at harley davidsonen of scottsdale. they raised more than a million dollars for the kids at pch, there is food and motorcycle give away and live concert from the a list country stars like kelly pickler. this is to harley david sop and tore the kids. you can imagine. the smiles are contagious. >> it is a combined evident and in the comfort and in the party and the whole thing. nobody raises money more than the biker community. >> they don't treat them like they are sick. they treat them like they know them and talk to them. they don't talk to me. they talk to him directly and instead of isaiah wanting to take pictures with him. they wanted to take pictures with him on his pike. >> get the tickets at the door
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website. head to abc >> it is amazing. >> phoenix rescue mission believes it has the recipe to funds the future. speaking of good stuff here. it started add social enterprises called mission possible cookies. women were recovering in the program and selling locally and online and the purpose here. it is just to teach them vocational and leadership skills while generating revenue. >> it is an opportunity that life after she spent years on the street. >> you get into it what you put out of it. >> it is not graded and nobody is behind you that they are going to push you and you push yourself. >> would a combination of a thriving gift cookie business. a catering operation and restaurant. it is a win, win, win for all of society. >> they have names like changing life chocolate chip and transformation trio. there is a link if you would
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out. >> the popular hazel nut spread. you could be getting big changes. just announcing it wants to change the serving size of nutella, it will help reduce the calories. this is not the right video or picture here. >> it is from the fda and this included a survey from 2012 and shows how people eat their nutella, thet put it on toast. 14%. sandwiches. 8%. crackers. 3% pan kicks and the rest use it on foods like fruit and ice cream. i think they should eat it right out of the jar and you are just kind of on the couch. great. embrace your facial hair.
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. welcome back. we are in studio a right now as the month of scruff is back. no shave november is already mcdowell its fifth day. i have my stache. >> i do too. >> we see all the guys with facial hear and it is for a good cause. it is to raise awareness for a number of issues that effect
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and testicular cancer. your title is mo-bro. >> yes. >> what does that mean. >> so, mo-bro means i am a participant in the month of november to spread the awareness. >> you have the stache. >> are you shaving your chin. >> i will get into that. >> putting the cart had front of the horse. >> i have been fortunate enough to be part of the foundation and being a spokesperson here in phoenix. thanks for asking about the moustache and there are rules around november. and guys cheat. but i am trying to play by the rules. it is painful the first week. it doesn't look like much. >> by the end of the month, you will be full on. >> you haven't shaved your chin. >> i have. >> we will get to the real issues. this is meant to bring awareness to the issues.
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your life. how does the movement get started. it is in australia. it is a huge phenomenon and started by two gentlemen in australia. two friends and they got 30 of their friends to grow moustaches in 20003. >> they have been able to raise an incredible amount of money. >> over $1 million. it is globally. and it is from organizations and foundations throughout the world. >> we know that. test tech lar cancer is the most common form of cancer. >> sometimes we don't really. you know, we feel silly participating and things like this. and a lot of guys who love this. >> what kind of reaction do you get from guys in the family and guys you are friends with. >> it is a lot of fun. >> i put a team of my guys together and there is a stigma around the testicular cancer
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so. it is getting so much awareness and it is easy for them to do fun. they want a moustache. >> yes. >> so, we have a couple of seconds left. people want to donate and know
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>> between the white line and away from the field, from the locker to the living room, inside the huddle and into hearts and minds, a the character of your team, this is "cardinals in focus." . well we have bad news. good news and then more bad news. we're going to start with the good news here on our by week edition, everyone. good news, it is not time to say good-bye to the play off race. cardinals are still back 2 of seattle in the loss column. 10 of 16 teams in the nfc have 3 of 4 wins, just like the cards.


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