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win in order to move into the white house. if you have to hit the morning commute soon it know temperatures are nice and cool in the 50s and 60s i did get ready to head out we are also all dry and will keep the mostly sunny skies in the forecast in the day today. get ready for tuesday afternoon a high of 87 degrees. to crashes that could slowly dallas morning. the first is in this is a very serious crash only the hob lane is open at this point so make sure you stay to the left to get by that one. you are seeing delays the place and i 17 mail and they want to show you from our a. camera crash southbound the right lane is blocked. i'll give you a closer look at the delays coming in. phoenix police officer was involved in a crash.
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the guy ran a red light striking the patrol car. the driver who caused this crash be transported by paramedics. john mccain's challenger says she will keep fighting for election day. kirkpatrick makes a final push to get votes. her campaign point blank how are you feeling heading into tomorrow's race and they say they feel very confident and they think they will have good results tomorrow. we also talked about the concept of a flipping arizona from red to blue but our toner -- but for patrick maintains arizona is blue right now. she said it depends who turns out the polls tomorrow to vote.
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after senator mccain a number of issues things you do better with veterans as well as reaching across the island aisle and working together. she also blasted mccain for supporting donald trump for at least part of his campaign. >> he has changed. i once voted for john mccain. he was different back then. now he will say anything to anyone. whoever he is before just to win this election. >> i did press her she said the last time she voted for mccain was during the 1998 mccain will be in prescott today for a very big rally. obama care has been hotly contested issue and kirkpatrick says it's broken but she says said she knows how to fix it if she's elected. more coming up on that.
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twenty-four hours from now the polls will be open arizona. >> candidates for chris crossing the country hitting seven key battleground states. hillary clinton has a slight edge over donald trump nationally and an 11-point lead in new hampshire. trump kicks things off in florida than heads north carolina pennsylvania hampshire and finishes tonight in michigan. sarah palin is also hitting the campaign trail the more stops today for trump in ohio. didn't will visit three battleground states but her team of fan and other states. the big highlights are in philadelphia. new concerns of this morning with the lines at polling places.
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voting. user their concern for a potential fiasco. >> reporter: today they are opening up three emergency polling centers to avoid this problem. that is the cause these are the long lines that we've already started to see for early voting. these are from centers here in the valley. today officials are opening three early voting sites where people can drop off the ballots still. this is just a no word yet if they will open more. officials who don't expect for us to see long lines again tomorrow and the reason is because they say they will have more polling centers open and also they will have staff on hand to handle the crowd. bernie sanders making one
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voters blue. he laid out way why clinton is to be present. >> we have a republican candidate for president whose cornerstone of his campaign is based on bigotry. that is unacceptable. >> sanders also voters -- also spent time talking about climate change. >> he thinks climate change is a hoax coming from china. >> we checked the claim and you might remember trump said global warming was created by trainees. he has since called it a joke.
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fed announced an investigation into clinton's a newly discovered e-mails over. they say it contains duplicates the fbi already reviewed. we will get reactions from both campaigns on this recent announcement. for some parents getting to the polls is tough and the ymca wants to help you out. they are offering free elected a child care at all 60 locations across the valley from 8:00 a.m. until this is available to both members and nonmembers. children of all ages are welcome. they have to be potty trained and there is a limit of four hours. we are waiting to learn the name of a man accused of killing his girlfriend. we're told the woman was shot and killed over the weekend your 20th street and roosevelt. that first came in as an attempted suicide but the
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more. we will find out today if charges will be filed in the drowning of a 4-year-old little boy. investigators say he climbed out of a the window and into this pool. it is unclear how long he was underwater we were told that the pool water it was so murky it was tough for crews to locate him in the water. we are learning speed or drunk driving make it played a crash test role here in this crash at 59th. three cars were involved in this. one man was taken to kerry lavelle i will make
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he managed the minors for nearly a decade and most recently comes from the red sox were his and some time as the interim manager last season. you will see nascar teams arriving in the valley this week and they will be happy to see the sunshine because rain delays was the start of the race last night. it was delayed by more than five hours yesterday. they had to shorten the race altogether. edwards was declared winner. major flooding in east san antonio. cars stalling in the high water and the radar estimates some areas got upwards of 3 inches of rain and more rain is expected there today but not here. you're talking about flirting and it's not the flirting we like. >> we're talking about flirting with had -- record high
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this morning temperatures are not doing so bad and if you're up early yesterday at this time we are running comparable to where we were at this time yesterday. we are down in the 50s right now in glendale. buckeye to. check out mesa lows in the upper 50s as well. who comfortable start as you head out getting it will be at oc day today as we flirt with the 90-degree mark. we will be back in the low 70s by 10:00 a.m. and 80s by lunchtime before we see the high of 87 run 4:00. eighty-seven puts is nearly 10 degrees above average for this time of year. we will stay in the 80s through sunset and then temperatures gradually cool off. a very warm day on tap today but tomorrow is even warmer. i will show you how close we
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east valley drivers we have a new crash on u.s. 60 as a traveling westbound. this is blocking the left lane may be even partially the central plains as well. state way to the right to get by that. this as i 17 which is pretty slow because of the crash southbound on the i recommend popping over and using 51 because right now you're delays are very backed up because it is blocking the right lane. we will give you another look of the crash of 202 coming up. the next were taken to a rack were forces are marching closer and closer to the city of
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paul babeu is abusive. physical and sexual abuse at a boarding school. al 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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and to protect our water for our future children. >> the group plans to be in north dakota until mid december. the fight against isis intensifying overnight in a rock. this is a new video this morning of the battle moving on. it is 8 miles northeast of mosul as they are still working to overtake the town. heavy fire the u.s. forces are involved here. the kurdish forces say they are on target to wrap up this mission. the murder trial of dylan roof will begin in south carolina. he is the man accused of killing nine people inside the church last summer. investigators say the 21-year-old attended bible study before the shooting happened.
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the guy who went on a shooting rampage at lax. his name is paul santos. he is expected to be sentenced to life in prison for a shooting spree in 2013 at lax. prosecutors say he targeted the security agent because he was angry about airline security measures. also robert durst will make his long-awaited appearance before today real estate air a documentary start will be arraigned on a murder charge which is accused of killing -- which includes killing a friend 17 years ago. a california mother has been missing for five days. she disappeared wednesday afternoon while jogging near her california home. her family is convinced she was abducted after her husband traced her cell phone. people who lived there conducting their own search
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supermom. >> we're gonna start from around the house is. >> we will will give out flyers and signs. anything we can do to get the word out. >> the reward is now $50,000 for anyone who might have any information about what has happened to her. you might see more than. you might see more than drones at florida and theme parks disney. they ask asked to use permission to use the drones for entertainment purposes. the waiver is good for four years but can be canceled any time. we may be in luck when it comes to not observing daylight waiting times. scientists a depression rates jump 11% when they set their clocks back an hour for the
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sunshine. we he could go all the way. were talking about squirrels. >> referees had to play because of a squirrel in the end zone. >> slow motion. tailback says i see a disney movie in the future. they had fun in the broadcast booth. it was pretty huge on twitter with the jokes. at least a squirrel seems ca need to watch morte by this division. this prospect seems like a climber. >> that was my favorite part of the game. >> out of this world event in their. we are at 6:18 starting out with mostly clear skies. we had some high clouds across very early this morning now looking at the clear conditions across the phoenix area. the doppler is all clear valley
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the skies. you get used to seeing it like there's as we go throughout the week as we will stay dry. that's valley wide and statewide pretty much for the next 70s. we do have a disturbance acquitted by eastern arizona by the middle of the week and that will bring us any rain. it will just push into dryer air. it will also bring in cooler air but these next couple of days will be warm. today plan on warmer temperatures than what we felt all weekend. sixty-three now to 73 by 10:00. then low '80s set in by lunchtime today. '80s this weekend but they were talking highs in the mid to upper '80s with a high of 87 today in phoenix. that put this nearly 10 degrees above the average for this time of year. the record stands 92. we should stay below that. tomorrow we will have to watch the temperature closely. the forecast 89 the record to degrees about that at 91. we will will come close to records tomorrow and even wednesday. the record also only 88 so we will just be 3 degrees outside
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couple of days it will also be the warmest. election day 89 than temperatures do start to drop. low '80s by friday the weekend looking pretty good to. still unseasonably warm but at least the highs in the low '80s and warnings in the 50s. we will talk about how strong the wind gets tomorrow next. a new crash in the east valley. this is your 60 westbound that will work -- it is blocking the left to lanes and there is the more action on the right-hand side. this is the second of a couple crashes there. just past that we have another crash that moved over to the right-hand side on u.s. 60 west. between those two crashes you will see a lot of delays.
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eastbound direction. a serious crash at mcallister road. on the right to lanes are blocked. now just the two right lanes are blocked. make sure you stay to the left to get by that one. we still in a crash i 17 blocking the right lane. that is there india school. we are going to be back out oklahoma where a significant there is damage as you can see. a new video we're getting from this hour-long take. who the american actress
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putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. when i come home and dinner's not ready i go through the roof. 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... yes.. and everyone's getting 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.
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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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this shows the aftermath of the streets and freeways of los angeles. this mercedes was being chased after the police realized it was stolen. the suspect gave up after he slammed into a freeway barrier. he spun out. a trooper banged right into the back of the car. looking ahead to mars election california voters are going to decide whether or not they want to keep bag ban in place. that has been around for a couple of years. supporters of the band say it is helping keep the back of the ocean and prevent wildlife death. the voters in three different cities on your television will vote tomorrow on a 2-cent sales tax on soda. health advocates are behind the say they want to reduce the amount of sugars americans drink.
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this past june go delphia implemented a soda tax -- philadelphia implanted a soda tax. lady gaga said milani up trump is a hypocrite. mrs. trump is taking a lot of heat over her speech last week where she said she was launching an anti- cyber bullying campaign if she is firsla and his american girlfriend. >> overnight we learned actress and megan marco will fly into the first william and dutchess kate later this month. tabloid reports from the sun the 35-year-old actress wraps up her television show and fly to jamaica.
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money for the poor. we talked to supporters and opponents of proposition 206 that fight to raise the minimum wage. we have for crashes on u.s. 60 this morning in this latest one is right near country club blocking the right lane. we will show you how to get around those. a nice and cool fo 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 endorse tom o'halleran for congress.
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and "the daily star" said, "o'halleran puts the common good above party politics.
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we are less than 24 hours from the opening of the polls were clinton and trump stand in the states that are most critical. even voted for obama care now anchor patrick says she knows how to fix what is wrong with that if she is elected to the u.s. senate. we are starting out with traffic alert now in the east valley as we head for crashes on u.s. 60 and some are pretty big like this one country club. the right lanes are blocked. this is just one of a couple of crashes. we will map out exactly where you see those. country club is one. this other one at will roll is blocking the two left lanes and also one and i ten interchange. i think a couple good options
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always take loop 202. the delays on the 17 are from a crash in india school will show that you next. if you're getting ready to make the walk to the bus are picking out outfits for the little one. this morning will be cool when you step outside. fiftys -60s across the valley. a bit of a cool start hundred mostly clear skies. this afternoon a warm one and by 3:00 to 4:00 we're looking at highs to hit the mid to upper '80s today. will get closer to 90 by election day. i'll show you that part of the forecast and the seven day in just minutes. former u.s. attorney general janet reno has died. she became the first woman to serve in that position her family said she died at her home in miami surrounded by family and friends after a 20 year battle with parkinson's disease.
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have to decide on your ballot tomorrow is the one for the senate seat here in arizona. john mccain hit his challenger hard over the affordable care act. >> i asked anchor patrick about her support of obama care. she acknowledged that part of it is broken and needs to be fixed. we talked abt reported last month that premiums here in arizona logo to 116% on average. and most counties in our state will only have one provider but kirkpatrick says that she is working to fix all that. she is reaching out to state regulators and reaching across the aisle to republicans. she said many republicans weren't willing to help out. >> i support obama care but it is not perfect and we need to
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right now our perfect example of the obstructionism over the last six years. >> she tell us me that she is personally reaching out to healthcare companies to try to get more competition in the state. she says that will in turn to lower the prices in premiums for people who are upset about the rising cost of the affordable care act. >> and other big issue we are voting on tomorrow is increasing proposition 206 would hike minimum wage by $12 per hour. you've got one side is saying it would help struggling families on the other side is saying it will kill small businesses in our state. >> if you are small business with one or two and three employees you will be hit with a nearly 50% of cost or hike in your labral -- labor cost.
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time for almost 1 million arizona employees. the race for the white house and the magic number needed tomorrow is 270. trump is not in neck in a lot of critical states. in order for him to win he must when florida win florida ohio north carolina and iowa. if clinton takes even one of those she will most likely take history as the first woman to be states. with things so close every vote effectively counted here and that is why there is more star power coming to ours date. -- our state. >> linden is targeting millennial's here at asu. >> show up for each other and
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>> the sisterhood of the traveling pants costar america ferrera and amber tamblyn will be at asu today trying to reach millennial's and latino voters. trump and click -- and clinton are at a sprint to win these electoral votes. the clinton campaign that will be right here at the barrett lot reaction pouring in after the fbi's bombshell announcement that their investigation into hillary clinton e-mail is over. >> we have seen director comay's latest letter. >> if you can't view 650,000 new e-mail in a day. hillary clinton is guilty. she knows that the fbi does it the people know what.
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worse than watergate and he didn't know what he was talking about. >> don't expect any new twitter wars from donald trump. members of his campaign are now tweeting stuff out for the gop nominee. if you follow him on twitter you will notice a slight change. tomorrow his campaign is only promoting rallies and sharing campaign videos and photos. wi president obama takes a jab at donald trump over being effectively banned from using his own twitter account. >> if somebody can't handle a twitter account they can't handle the nuclear account. >> no word on when trump will tweet out his own stuff again. strike over in philadelphia
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representative represented 4700 workers and reached a deal. this becomes hours before the deal was going to force the workers back to the subway lines and trains and buses in an effort to make sure everybody got to the polls tomorrow. the body of an arizona soldier killed while defending our country will be returned to the u.s. today. kevin mcenroe died on friday and his military base came under fire in his body will be flown to delaware today and he will be buried at arlington national cemetery. ten people covering after being injured in an apartment fire. authorities believe it was a gas explosion. the chiefs of the building is a total loss. the red cross is now helping families forced from their homes. a possible serial killer with ties to arizona. authority say they found another body buried in a rural south carolina in a spot todd cole
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he was charged with four counts of murder. aftershocks of being felt in oklahoma after the latest earthquake. it happened in cushing about 50 miles southwest of a magnitude 5.0 earthquake. evacuations are in place in some areas. some residents are without power. crews responded to several gas leaks as well minor injuries have been reported in several classes have been canceled. many of these earthquakes have been tied to fracking. we have had a lot of crashes this morning another up in the north valley. this is new -- loop 11
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the process of closing the freeway because i am not saying any cars getting by here. the best option for you is to take union hill at this point. this happened a few minutes just moments ago. we are not seeing the delays register yet. it has been quiet for most of the morning for north valley. union hill could be a good option as they shut down on u.s. 60 this morning i'm telling drivers to avoid it altogether. there are four different crashes on the westbound side of the freeway. you are seeing it really heavy delays and so loop 2022 red mountain could be her best option. if are planning a trip of the grand canyon anytime soon keep in mind starting today more water will be throwing -- flowing through the colorado river this week to protect
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wildlife. be aware and stay safe because the water will be at a higher level during this time. wrigleyville west having up to its name in mesa. it is cubs they today. the mayor declared today in honor of the world college championship when. the cubs called mesa there training home. >> it ll mostly clear skies. a few high clouds often the distance. those move through early tonight but now plenty of sunshine and even off to our north as we look life without casino camera. near camp bertie were looking at clear conditions to. it is all dried across the valley and across the state and it looks to stay that way as we go through the next seven days. this high pressure dominate the
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quiet weather for us but also means some warmer temperatures. right now as you get ready to head out the door we are at 63 degrees in phoenix. several 50s across the valley to. and a school start but our warm-up is quicker and it will be 80s by noon and today's high 87 degrees. we will talk about how close we will be to the record the next few days and minutes. the candidates can't control their supporters but someone in this trump card -- crowd called
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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,
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this crash is in the east valley on u.s. 60 westbound near country club. this is now a deadly crash. you can see the complete right side of the freeway is closed. you can get by on the left-hand
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you probably take loop 202 red mountain as your best option. a closure on the north valley on loop 101 eastbound. the freeway is closed between 607th avenue and 59th avenue. traffic is completely stopped there. union hill is another smart route to avoid this crash. got his gonna supporters and gun-control advocates should vote on they posted a photo of interest to gram showing to election dates. the picture shows the side of a building reading remember your assigned voting days i can amendment supporters. november 8th gun-control activists gun-control activists ninth. election day for all registered voters is tomorrow. take a look.
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journalist. some assembly required. many online websites said the shirt calls for the lynching of journalist. al qaeda threat according to national report u.s. investigators are looking for individuals who may have information but are not being called suspect at this moment. new york texas and virginia. these are national report thing that security is now being ramped up. there's also growing concerns over cyber attacks as well. >> it outbreak causing concern for pet owners. veterinarians think it outbreak of partly spreading among the dogs north of tucson. there are the 20 reported cases. some deadly. officials are now urging owners
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public. symptoms include loss of appetite and vomiting. workers wanted in avondale hiring 175 warehouse workers. our no draft new draft house cinemas is opening a store in chandler's was looking for servers bar staff kitchen staff and projectionist. progress residential is hopes to a job fair this wednesday. is it abc 15 .com for a full list of employers. sampson -- samsung doing at the best to win back customers at trying run for its money. artificial intelligence service allows you to order food into other things without using at. samsung hoping to help them recover after losing more than $5 billion that was due to the note seven recall. you better start sleeping extra now if you can because black friday is about three and half weeks away and toys "r" us
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thanksgiving with a 30 hour shopping spree. doors open at 5:00 p.m. on thanksgiving and they won't close until 11:00 friday night. all stumps -- some stores have off to preserve the holiday macy's will open at 5:00. at will open at three in the afternoon on thanksgiving and they will stay open through friday. it's safe to say it takes a lot of us years to figure out our true calling. >> think back to when you were 11 and wanted to be a chef and didn't work ou tell you about. his name is zachary he is from scottsdale. he is a dj. he says he has discovered his passion that he discovered when he was nine and he taught himself to be a dj. on sunday entertained a large crowd at a charity event that would benefit kids with cancer. >> i love music. i think it is sad that kids have to go through this and i want
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help them. >> zachary has already helped raise more than $5,000 to benefit families in need. we are heeding back off and that's can make for toasty election day. we we're going to be flirting with records especially by tomorrow. this morning if you're getting ready to head out we have clear skies and mostly clear skies across the state and it will be a mostly sunny y valley. you will notice a few high clouds out of the west but otherwise plenty of sunshine. warming to 81 by lunchtime and this afternoon a high of 87. that is nearly 10 degrees above average for this time of year. it should stay below the record which is 92 today. tomorrow will be warmer and we will have to watch the temperature closely as we will get into record territory. eighty-nine in the forecast for election day. that record is 91 degrees. we're coming close to 90 in close to record and by wednesday
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that is still just a few degrees shy of the record. no signs of rainfall. disturbance moves across eastern arizona on wednesday but we won't see any rain here in the valley or across the state. plan on a dry 70 forecast and that is why your weather word of the day is a dry. we have a closure on the north part of the valley on the loop 101. the east side of the freeway is completely shut down right near 607th avenue. smart route this morning will be union hill. i know you are not seen delays just yet but it is very slow. hopping down to the east valley i'm telling folks to take loop
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60. we have a deadly crash at country club and a couple of others that you are dealing with. this is a parking lot. do not get caught in this mess. take side streets. u.s. 60 is not an option this morning. if you're looking to score the best steak in the country look no farther than glendale gilbert phoenix and scottsdale. according to open table atnd website arizona is the home to five different restaurants other top 100 list for steak. twenty-two states didn't even have one restaurant to make the have one restaurant to make the paul babeu is abusive. physical and sexual abuse at a boarding school. woman: a school that used to be run by pinal county sheriff paul babeu. disturbing.
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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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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."
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we are headed to the crash on we're getting word this is a fatal crash. the driver actually left the scene and we are expected to get there in a few minutes. we will have an update coming up soon. this is at country club blocking the right side of the freeway. it is so slow back to belva. to avoid this though loop 202
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after being hit by what appears to be a red light runner the officer is okay. the driver who caused this crash is being checked right now. i'm i am live it 60s and come back. less than 24 hours away from the polls opening here in our state and it is an all of sprint in the race for you at ten it. we sat down with him for yesterday. she said she can work together to end partisan politics and fixed a number of things in washington including a what is wrong with obama care. we did reach out to mccain for interview but he was unavailable. he will have a busy day on the campaign trail starting off the big event in flagstaff. the clinton campaign will be going after latino and millennial voters. today there will be an event on
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are neck and neck here in arizona and officials are opening three emergency early voting polling centers in tucson. as we talk about election day if you're heading out to the polls tomorrow temperatures will be in the 60s for the start of the day at the open up but we will be in for toasty day. highs near 90 tomorrow with stronger breezes across southern arizona. today even more 87 degrees. the next several days before temperatures start to trend down toward the end of the week. you are seeing a closure in the north part of the valley. we want to want and 607th is where you will see that closed off and you are seeing delays start to come in. your smart route will be union hill drive. i want to give you look now from our a. camera of the crash that is causing it. we don't have to many details
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i'm trying to check to see if a or 15 has launched and certainly there are a lot of traffic events to cover. we will be the -- we will
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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 endorse tom o'halleran for congress. "the republic" says, "elect tom o'halleran. his words match his work." and "the daily star" said,
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good morning, america. race to the finish. hillary clinton and donald trump. making their final push for president on this final day before a historic vote. trump blasting the fbi after the stunning aboutface. clearing the cloud of suspicion over those new clinton e-mails. >> she's being protected by a rigged system. you can't review 650,000 new e-mails in eight days. our brand new poll this morning shows a close race. a midnight rally. clinton calls on serious star power. >> everything you care about. everything i care about and i've worked for is at stake. >> both making the final plea to voters. and our powerhouse political team is here. breaking down the final push for


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