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>> i know who you are, sir remember >> reporter: confronting them with their crimes and exposing their deceptions. >> i understand many of the law officers. >> i'm not gonna comment on that. it's personal business. >> i'm not neared teenaged girls. >> neither am i. >> are any of your officers? >> no, they are not. >> none of the officers. >> i'll make no comment on that. none of your business. >> reporter: and now after countless stories of abuse and malfeasance, a federal jury in phoenix earlier this year found the colorado city town marshal's office and just about every other lair of government in the flds controlled towns of hilldale utah and colorado city, arizona, guilty of discriminating against nonflds residents in the twin border towns. >> you're talking about wolfs
you've got deputies that are absolutely hardcore, executing the vendetta vendetta, driving vehicles and carrying guns. it's a perfect storm of hell. >> reporter: willy jessop testified in the discrimination trial earlier this year and later this month when justice department lawyers returned to phoenix armed with their guilty verdict, they will ask federal judge russell hollando an extraordinary remedy: decertifying and disbanding the entire 7-member marshal's office. >> i know there's a lot of people that just can't bear to be arrested and intimidated anymore. >> we don't deny the jury's verdict. it is what it is. the question for us now is what do we do about it? >> reporter: jeff is colorado city's defense attorney, and he says the government continues to
does not like. noting in cases of police misconduct like baltimore and ferguson, never have the feds asked that a local law enforcement agency be completely disbanded. >> you line up other the other police departments and look at colorado city and think what's different? what's different about colorado city? why are they treating this department differently? there's only one difference that comes to mind and that's their religion. >> if the marshal's office is disbanded, the sheriffs in washington county utah and mohave county arizona are expected to step in and provide law enforcement for the community. again, this hearing is slated for later this month, and we will of course let you know how it plays out. some of you might have your november ballot already. and there's a big question this year: should recreational marijuana become legal in arizona?
downtown phoenix answering questions about pot. there will be workshops, guest speakers, businesses, networking, and more. tonight's expo is over. but you have the next two days to attend. students could not get a hot breakfast this morning. it had to be shut down because of a gas leak. it reopened with limited service an hour after closing, but there is still no word tonight on what caused that heiress opens tomorrow near scottsdale. it has eight bottlenosed dolphins on display. protestors have been fighting this since the plans were announced. they say it's cruel to force dolphins to spend their life swimming in small pools in the middle of the desert. the people behind it insist they thrive in captivity. the
the first race is set to begin just before 1:00. and according to a recent study, turf paradise generates an annual economic exact of $91 million to arizona. >> it was an emotional day today for a valley man who got to meet the person who saved his life for the very first time. tim gonzalez was diagnosed with acute leukemia. last year he rec marrow transplant from a complete stranger. today the two men met face-to-face, giving each other a hug. and they say they will be connected forever. >> being able to meet person who helped me carry that weight, is now pretty much my brother in blood, it's just amazing. >> if you can, try to get involved. even if you don't get
to, you still can know that you helped save someone. the bone marrow test is simple. all it takes is a cheek swab, and you'll be entered into the donor registry. many companies are using social media to resolve customer complaints. will it work for you? >> a growing number have invested considerable staffing resources to resolving customer complaints in real-time. should you go that route? it depends on how active the company is on facebook and twitter and how soon you need a response. if you determine that a company is not active, you may be wasting your time. if they are, for a quick response, twitter is likely the better choice than facebook. it's typically monitored more frequently.
your facebook page. here are some strategies to boost the chances of a timely response and resolution, mention the brand's handle or page, ensure the social media team will get a notifying and cease your post right away. if your complaint involves a health or safety concern, tag a watchdog group, and make sure posts look more authoritative and less like a rant. follow the twitter handle so they can communicate with you via direct message. these are private and have no character limits. stay polite. public posts can be seen by anyone, including potential employers. so don't go on a profanity-laden rant! include the key specifics and details that give your complaint credence and may help the resolution process. the beauty of using social media, you don't need to navigate a phone tree or sit on hold. if you don't get a response to your post, escalate
e-mail. the biggest recall of the year, how much is pulling the galaxy note 7 going to cost samsung? >> if you're in the need for a car wash, paul wants to war issue car -- wash your car! he's going to be camped ridge to benefit big brothers and sisters of central arizona. so much fun. stop by, say hi to paul. it starts monday at 4:30
allegations against pinal county sheriff paul babeu. paul babeu exposed in a damning home video. accusations of widespread abuse at a massachusetts private school. she is sick of hearing sheriff paul babeu lie. allegations of abuse of power. another headache, the fbi has subpoenaed records. lawsuits regarding abuse and neglect. questions of babeu's integrity. new page of controversy. . ultimately voters are going to have to decide if he's the type of candidate they want in congress.
a woman says she was promised a great vacation at a great price from company. only only to find on -- only to find out she needed to shell out thousands. the cost of samsung's galaxy recall could climb into the billions of dollars. the company says when you add it all up, it will total more than $5 billion. the company is so concerned about the phones catching fire, it is offering
their phones. thousands of honda civics are being recalled due to an issue with the parking brake it. may not keep your car from rolling away if you're not in gear. honda will pay for the repairs. abercrombie and fitch is getting a new look in time for the holidays. a new advertising campaign and a redesigned logo. gone are the shirtless models in favor of a more clean-cut image. after an 8-year abs from standup comedy, chris rock has signed a new deal with netflix worth more than $40 million for two shows. he'll record his first show next year and follow it up with a world tour. it looks like meat, tastes like meat, but the impossible burger was engineered in a lab. it's a plant-based patty and took five years and $190 million to get it right.
the final trailer for rogue 1 comes out -- came out earlier this week. it offers new scenes including a trailer has more than seven million views on youtube. the movie comes out december 16th. can't wait! big harry potter news. jk rowelling has revealed that the harry potter spinoff film will be a 5-film franchise. she made the announcement at a fan event in london. the first film in the series hits theaters in
announced for november 2018. it is friday night and that means friday night football! joe is live from desert ridge high school. [ cheering and applause ] >> reporter: energy , enthusiasm, the lovely desert ridge cheerleaders! three weeks left in the high school football season, it doesn't get any better than this. matthew parnell gets the challenge of facing a mount point defense. >> he can throw the ball. he understands defense, i've known him for a long time. he's my son's friend. and sin his character, his composure, he's a big kid, he can run. and is he's gotta keep us in right situations. >> reporter:
arizona cardinals are in the national spolt light. they'll host the 1 -- spotlight. they'll host the jets on monday night football. >> it's an honor to have those kind of games. back in the day, nobody ever saw us play on tv. so it's nice to be able to have some prime time games. people on the east coast get a chance to see us and our brand of football. >> reporter: tomorrow the coyotes open their season at home against the philadelphia flyers. shane doan entering his 21st season. >> always exciting every time you get an opportunity to start another season, you're pretty excited about it. for me personally, i look forward to it every year. such an honor to have the opportunity to be able to play. >> reporter: back at desert ridge with the beautiful desert
so fantastic. here is my favorite right here, lovely 9-year-old mia shay. how school is it to be part of the cheerleading squad? >> it's pretty cool because i used to go up in stunts, and we're basically all sisters, and it's really, really cool how i get to tumble and how everyone is just friends >> reporter: how about that! [ laughter ] >> reporter: what do you want to be when you college? >> i want to be an xoteck vet. >> reporter: there you go! exotic vet. la [ chanting ] >> looking forward to football night! we're calling out some of the valley's dirtiest restaurants, roaches in the
sexual assault and rape. out-of-control corrections officers arrested. but not one served a day of time. sweetheart deals, because, with county attorney bill montgomery, making us all less safe. there's a better choice -- diego rodriguez, a career prosecutor who believes in tough sentences for violent crime and equal justice under the law. vote for diego rodriguez.
77 in prescott. sedona at 77. for us, temperatures above average. 96 degrees. gorgeous sunset right now. friday night, 94 degrees, winds nice and calm, looks like temperatures will start to drop down into the 80s once that sun sets this evening. clear conditions here, clear skies down to the south. a few high, thin clouds around areas of the storm pushing into the pacific northwest. round 1 of the rainfall happened overnight last night. look at all the showers expected for tomorrow. and another large area of low pressure will start to push inland off the coast tomorrow morning, 8:00 am. heavy rainfall through sunday, monday. potential flooding situation out
upper 60s in phoenix. mid-50s in sedona. 38 in flagstaff. 70s saturday, upper 60s sunday into monday, mid-60s into the workweek next week. and for us, the heat continues! yikes. up to the mid-90s on saturday, 93 on sunday. a little cooler next week. notice all that sunshine! we're gonna need the sunscreen for sure if you're heading out and about. temperatures in lower 90s. after reports of overheating samsung galaxy note 7 phones catching fire, all u.s. airlines banned the phones from coming on board, and now some airlines are adding new fire suppression equipment to their flights. >> reporter: airlines are going the extra mile to prevent sdavrlt. at least three -- disaster. at least three carriers are stocking their fleets with fire containment
lithium-ion cellphone batteries exploding or catching fire. >> reporter: the threat was underscored by reports of gal apartment note 7 phones overheating, prompting a worldwide recall and a permanent halt on production. brian green's phone caught fire, forcing an evacuation of a flight. >> i heard some popping like a ziploc popping open, looked around to see what that was. and there wasok >> reporter: even before the recall, the faa took the unusual step of warning passengers not to use or charge the devices while on board or stow them in checked luggage. this is the bright red bag alaska has on all of its 219 planes. it's made of fire-resistant material and designed to hold portable electronic devices.
jets. delta plans to install the bags which can with stand temperatures up to 3,200 fahrenheit. a second degreely house fire under investigation. several residents were evacuated this morning near 19th and dunlap. one woman was stuck inside. fire pulled her out but she was pronounced dead. no one else was hurt in that apartment fi a fertilizer warehouse from getting a lot worse. crews said it had the potential to explode. this happened near 29th and washington. firefighters were able to break open the door and let out some of the smoke. they're still trying to figure occupant how it started. a valley contracting business has lost its license, weeks after a queen creek church they were working on collapsed.
contractors said hart contracting used unlicensed subcontractors among a variety of other violations. seven workers were hurt after falling 16 feet. connect with cbs5 on facebook, twitter, snarpg -- instagram. share your story by using #cbs5az. we love getting pictures from you! a lot of great outdoor pictures from the weather this weekend. >> beautiful night tonight, good over the weekend. >> we'll see you back heater
captioning sponsored by cbs >> quijano: more women come forward. >> he put me in an embrace, and i tried to push him away. >> quijano: and more denials. >> these are lies being pushed by the media and the clinton campaign to try to keep their grip on our country. >> quijano: also tonight, the hacked e-mails. why a hillary clinton supporter suggested she take a job at mcdonald's. david martin takes you aboard the navy's newest destroyer, sleek and stealthy. >> reporter: all those sharp angles are meant to deflect radar beams sent out by anyone trying to find it. >> quijano: and steve hartman answers the age-old question-- >> can somebody please tell me