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over the weekend, a six-month- old foal was found shot and killed. >> it's just senseless. stupid. >> reporter: two of its herd members were also wounded but seemed to be doing okay. >> it just makes you sick. >> reporter: these animals are monitored closely by the salt river wild horse management group. >> we are devastated. these horses are like family to us. we've seen them grow up. we record when they're born. that bad is just really -- it's really heartbreaking for us. >> reporter: it is still trying to figure out if any more have been killed. >> in a situation like this, we kind of call in the troops and make sure that we get a total headcount. >> reporter: witnesses say the person who shot the horses was wearing a green shirt and black shirts and was with two other people at the time. right now, there's a $7300 reward for information on this
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those horses, we'd tell someone. >> reporter: so far about half of the salt river horses have been accounted for. it can take up to two weeks to find and count them all. >> lauren, thank you. a phoenix mother who is already on lifetime probation for child abuse is now under arrest again. >> investigators say this time she beat her daughters. donna rossi is live. some of the did he thainls case are just disturbing. >> reporter: very much. so this is being held here at the estrella jail. the other suspect is this man. he is being held in the towers jail not far from here. this is a very disturbing story, one that if not reported, could have ended in the death of a child. a call to the child abuse hotline landed child safety workers at this apartment near 43rd avenue and thomas to check on a nine-year-old that was reportedly being abused by her parents. police got involved
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arrested melissa lloyd and michael duggar. both denied ever using physical discipline. the couple is now charged with 17 counts each of child abuse, 16 scants for the nine-year-old and one count for a second victim, her 10-year-old sister. police found the apartment nearly uninhabitable with bedbugs and roaches throughout. records indicate the nine-year- old was malnourished, had an infected blister-type injury on her back and bruises all ov indicated a number of recent and healing fractures of the arms, legs, shoulder, and ribs. records indicate the 10-year- old admitted that her parents choke her nine-year-old sister until she passes out and then say she is faking it. two others defended their parents. at the time of her arrest melissa lloyd was on lifetime probation for a previous conviction of child abuse.
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the court documents there were at least four young children in that home. all of them been removed and placed in state foster care. the little girl who received the majority of the abuse we are told from those court records that she was removed from her parents when she was just two weeks old. state workers then returned her to her parents when she was about two years old. reporting live in phoenix, donna ross sir, cbs 5 news. new tonight, police have identifieth discovered shot to death after their car crashed near a phoenix home early yesterday. police say 20-year-old ronnie roscoe and 17-year-old manuel sanchez had been shot several times. they were likely shot within a few blocks of where they crashed. so far no suspects been identified but police are still investigating. sierra vista police say a man killed his roommate and then, get this, stuffed the body in a suitcase in a closet, and then went on to host a
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the next day. detectives say 50-year-old keith white, seen here, later confessed to a killing to a relative who then called police. white has been arrested on suspicion of second-degree murder. right now glendale police are searching for a man who they say stabbed a family friend. detectives say kelly kearns got into some kind of fight at their home near 63rd and camelback. police tell us kearns pulled out a knife, then allegedly farrow and took off on a bike. just 14 days now left until presidential election. given the recent problems at the polls here in arizona, the feds will be keeping an eye on anything. the justice department says it will monitor the state's election and a u.s. attorney will oversee everything to make sure federal voting laws are enforced. the department says it is to ensure free and fair elections. tonight we have learned
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this time one of his sons will be here trying to win over valley voters. donald trump junior will be at asu tomorrow afternoon. he will be speaking to students at the sun devil rec center in tempe. tickets are free. the event begins at 1:30. and tonight the white house still on damage control as premiums under the affordable care act, better known as obamacare, continue to skyrocket. now, on average they will jump 22%, or $300 a month, before qu in. and while the marketplace doesn't open until next week, you can begin to shop around right now. >> people can start looking at plans and looking at the kind of financial assistance that they can get and which plans might be best for them from an affordability and a quality perspective. and then on november 1st they can start signing up for those plans. >> now, it is important to note here that most consumers will likely not notice these price hikes. that's because about 85% vein
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those federal subsidies. but here in arizona, there are growing concerns about how families will pay for these higher premiums. many are convinced their health coverage will no longer be affordable. cbs 5's jason barry is live in our newsroom to separate fact from fiction. >> reporter: well, there is a lot of misinformation out there about what these health insurance premium hikes will actually mean to customers. on the surface, some have legitimate concern, but many won't take as big of a think. sara has three kids and another on the way. so healthcare is a big deal in their house. but the chandler mom isn't exactly thrilled with her obamacare insurance plan. >> i think that it was meant to be something that was good, and i think there was good ideas behind it, but it almost seems like now it's just making everybody have insurance, but it's not necessarily beefing each individual.
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obamacare didn't get any better today when she learned that obamacare premiums in arizona are going up 116% next year. according to a just released government report, obamacare premiums are soaring across the country, and arizona is where they're going up the most. >> in order to get the premiums down -- >> reporter: but u of a health policy director tells us all the news about rising premiums can be misleading. he explained that eight ten arizonans on an obama plan will pay $100 or less because many will qualify for sub is i daisy and price credits to offset the price hike. a family of four earning $75,000 or less will receive some type of federal assistance. >> nobody is paying me to be an evangelist for the aca. i'm just saying take a look at the marketplace web site, look at the premiums, and then compare them to what your friends are paying who have
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>> now, premiums are going up more in arizona than anywhere else in the country but i'm told we had the lowest rates this year that were well below market value. premiums are still expected to be lower than the cost of employee coverage. live in the newsroom, jason barry, cbs 5 news. >> jason, thank you. sentencing delayed again for the phoenix man convicted of supporting isis. abdul malik abdul kareem was scheduled to learn his sentence today. that has now been pushed into january. kareem's attorney asked for a new trial today. he was convicted of helping support isis. a state lawmaker accused of misusing food attaches has pleaded guilty. cecilia velasquez was indicted for allegedly stealing more than $1700 in benefits. she reached a deal with the state pleading guilty to a misdemeanor. velasquez will be sentenced to probation in december.
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house ends in january. she dropped her reelection bid. check this out. after a stormy night flagstaff woke up to fog this morning. time-lapse shows you how quickly it cleared out of the area and how the clouds eventually broke up to bring them a little bit of sun shine. we definitely saw the sunshine here in the valley for us today. our temperatures were warm again as we head through the rest of the night we should be in the 80s with clear skies. we'll take a look at what you can expect for the rest of the week coming up. a settlement has now been reached after volkswagen's emission scandal. we're going to tell you when those affected owners can start seeing their money. plus, children across america cast their vote for the
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it's not uncommon for autistic kids to flap their hands. and so when i saw that, that was completely disqualifying. i'm a republican, but this election is so much bigger than party. my son max can't live in trump world. i don't always agree with her, but she's reasonable. and she's smart. she can work with people to solve problems. i want to be able to tell my kids that i did the right thing when it really mattered. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. look - i supported joe arpaio for a lot of years... but lately, he spends so much time on tv or in court defending himself that he's not doing his job. he failed to serve warrants for violent crimes.
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and lawsuits against him have cost taxpayers over one hundred forty two million dollars. we need a new sheriff whose top priority is keeping our community safe. that's why this year, i'm voting for paul penzone. volkswagen will now to have pay out the largest auto
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a $15 billion settlement following the emissions cheating scandal. owners can get payments between $5100, up to $10,000 for returning their vehicles. this all starts next week. a massive police search is underway for a man suspected of shooting two officers. 38-year-old michael vance junior taunted police by posting live messages to facebook. he's wanted on two murder counts. the offensive to mosul from isis is beginning to slow down. isis is fighting back using gorilla tactics in the city. the fight is expected to last for months. a popular australian theme park is closed after a deadly accident. a malfunction on the river rapids ride caused two people to get thrown from the raft while two others were caught underneath it. prince's home near minneapolis has now been given the go-ahead to be turned into
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singer. he died six months ago after an accidental overdose. halloween is now just six days away but a warning for parents tonight. coming up, the frigh lisa lundskow: luke air force base is not only vital to our national security -- but also to our local communities and economy. a powerful advocate for the base, taking a bipartisan approach when securing the fighter pilot training program. lisa lundskow: thousands of jobs depend on luke. without john mccain's leadership and experience - we could have lost many of those jobs. georgia lord: without question, senator mccain's leadership has made arizozona and america stronger. john mccain: i'm john mccain
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we are two weeks away from election day, but students across the country have already picked their next president in a mock election. channel 1 news which is hosted by students and seen across the country had nearly 300,000 students casting ballots. and since 1982, 4th through 12th grade voters have accurately predicted the outcome. >> i think young people in general, they do tend to vote the way their parents vote and the way their community votes. this time around it will e such an in predictable election. >> so the results? students chose hillary clinton over donald trump 47 to 41% there. ' top concerns, terrorism, education, and gun control. and donald trump and hillary clinton are both campaigning in hotly contested florida where early voting for adults is already underway. >> trump took a swipe at obamacare today but clinton's camp fired back saying she has
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>> reporter: donald trump appeared at one of his florida golf resorts alongside his employees. >> 80% of them are hispanic. >> reporter: the republican nominee said the high cost of obamacare is hurting his workers and premiums are going up next year. >> we're going to reappeal and replace obamacare, and i can say all of my employees are having a tremendous problem with obamacare. >> reporter: but the general manager of trump's club clar provided insurance. >> i say 99% of our employees are insured through the hotel, through our insurance, and maybe there's a few that are insured this obamacare. >> reporter: hillary clinton's camp says she has a plan to make health insurance more affordable. clinton is also stumping in florida where early voting is underway. >> i want you to have confidence that we're going to work every day to implement the
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time for this election to go to either canned dea. >> reporter: gary is an expert in designing campaign communication strategies and says both candidates need to lay out positive visions. >> they're not necessarily doing that. >> no, they keep attacking each over. why? they are already as unpopular as you can possibly make them. >> reporter: both candidates are working to increase their popularity in a final pitch to voters. craig boswell, cbs news, the white house. >> and check out this video that's a wrong-way driver caught on the city's traffic cam. you see the driver right there. he swerved to avoid cars but eventually slammed into another vehicle. the good news here is that both drivers are okay. and right now police are investigating why that driver was on the wrong side of the road. and a new report out on frightening ingredients found in face paint.
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and formaldehyde were found in half of the products they tested. but others say you should be okay because the amount of dangerous chemicals is actually pretty low and you only have them on your child's face or your adult face for just a short time. a baby in texas has two birthdays to celebrate. that's because doctors removed her from her mother's womb to perform a life saving surgery, and then put her back until she reached full term. don champion has her >> reporter: margaret and jeff are enjoying watching their four-month-old daughter grow up. it didn't always seem possible. >> the doctor told us they saw something on the ultra sound. >> reporter: the middle of the pregnancy doctors discovered a massive tumor. >> it was a big shock and we were scared and i had just suffered a miscarriage the prior year. to think that i might lose another baby was very hard.
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robbed the baby of blood. >> she would not have made it without this surgery ree. >> reporter: the doctor and his team at texas children's hospital in houston performed an emergency fetal operation on the baby. at almost 24 weeks doctors pulled almost half of her body out of her mother's uterus and removed 90% of the tumor. then came the challenge of putting her back in and closing the >> we have to get the tumor away, but then we have to make sure that the baby can stay safely inside for a number of weeks afterward in order to have any chance of survival. >> reporter: she was essentially born a second time 12 weeks later. >> she's doing great now. we're practicing rolling over. >> reporter: doctors will continue to monitor her all the way into adulthood. so far she is reaching all of
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houston. time to talk weather now, and the october heatwave continues. after having one day of cooler temperatures we warmed right back up today. 92 was our high, putting us above the average of 85 for this time of year. we started off with temperatures in the 60s. let's talk about this heatwave and break it down just a little bit. so far we have had 21 consecutive days of 90 degrees or warmer, and for the entire month we've had 22. month of october that we've seen temperatures like this. and, oh yeah, we are going to be adding to that. take a look at the forecast versus the records over the next three days. the forecast is in the yellow column. the record is in the orange column. so as we head into tomorrow afternoon, we're forecasting 95. we will get very close to the record. on thursday we could tie the record if we hit a high of 98. some of the models are saying we could hit the triple digits
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we've seen numbers like that. and then as we head into friday we start to cool things down ever so slightly. no worries about breaking any records. here is why we're seeing all of this. we've got this ridge of high pressure that is pushing back in over the desert southwest which is once again sending the storm track up into the pacific northwest and then down and over the northern rockies. so we're not getting that cooler air, and we are not getting the storm systems to push into our area. for tonight 70 is the expected overnig 36 for flagstaff, 57 for sedona, 45 for prescott, 53 for payson. tomorrow's temperatures will be warm. 95 is what we're expecting again on thursday. 98. we slightly cool down heading into the weekend but even halloween you are going to need an ice chest, because that chocolate is going to be melting. 91 the expected high on monday. >> all right, ashlee, thanks. coming up, valley gas
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which drought is going to end? the world series just getting underway between the chicago cubs and the cleveland indians. the cubs are looking to end the longest championship drought in sports. 108 years since they won a world series. the indians have the second longest stretch in a major league -- in major league baseball. they are looking for their first title since 1948. it's even been 71 years since the cubs even played in a world series game. their last victory in the fall classic was game six of the 1945 series. that was against the tigers. >> and actually the man what drove in a winning run that day died back in 1979. but his son still lives right
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mark tracked him down. >> reporter: he was known as smiling stan hack. the cubs' third baseman in the 1945 world series. and his unique place in history lives on here in the valley with his son, stan hack junior. >> he had more friends than leo derosher last chicago cub to have hit a winning base hit in a world series game. >> reporter: who knew that that would be the last cubs world series game for 71 years. >> you know, i've got to be honest with you. just getting to the world series, i don't know if i'm going to say it's enough, but i'll tell you, it sure gets a big monkey off our chicago cub fans backs. >> reporter: stan has spent many a day at wrigley field,
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here in arizona. and it will truly be a family affair. >> and we have a grandbaby on the way, too. i've been looking at some of these young people on tv, too, and you just don't know what we've been going through. but it would be awesome if he was born the year that the cubs won the world series. >> reporter: smiling stan hack was a five-time member of the all-star cubs all-century team. >> thank you mark. here's a look at i spent many years as a nuclear missile launch officer. if the president gave the order we had to launch the missiles, that would be it. i prayed that call would never come. [ radio chatter ] self control may be all that keeps these missiles from firing. [ sirens blearing ] i would bomb the [ beep] out of them. i want to be unpredictable.
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nuclear weapons scares me to death. it should scare everyone.
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right now at 5:30, it sounds like a throw-back to the gas crisis of the '70s. but thieves are now once again targeting your gas tank. > investigating several cases of gas siphoning, and some were even caught on camera. cbs 5's mark taylor joins us with the details. >> reporter: newer cars do have some protection. they have siphoning prevention. but they're not 100%. and according to mesa police, it's happening a lot more than you might think. >> i'm flabbergasted. >> reporter: at precision mix martial arts in mesa they're finding a different kind of.
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about once month, seems to be the pattern. >> reporter: the owner, adam, says the business' two vans have been a repeat target of gas theft. >> he was only there for three minutes. i don't think he's siphoning. i think he actually has a pump, because it's happening so fast. >> reporter: mesa police are investigating is at least three different cases of gas theft in the last two month. at this school in rio solano, this man was caught stealing gas. >> we bought the locking gas caps, but they just pop those off. in fact, they dented it all up. >> reporter: gil is make security changes as he needs these vans for his small business' after-school program. >> what makes it nerve-racking for us is we just don't know if we're going to come here and have a van that works or has

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