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this is cbs 5 news. the developing, two people are dead, killed in a wrong way crash near loop 101, both drivers before the crash, witnesses told dps said they saw the driver pull up to the circle-k and he seemed drunk. this wrong way accident raises the question of what can be done to stop these crashes and
>> i think it's unrealistic to think there's a way to stop these wrong way crashes with all of the impaired drivers out there but state officials are going to give it their best shot starting with these wrong way do not enter signs along the off-ramps. >> the freeways are getting more dangerous. >> you don't know what is going to happen from one moment the next. >> early this morning, another deadly crash caused by a wrong way driver, 245 wrong way accidents in 10 years. and that resulted in 91 fatalities. the high number prompted arizona's department of public safety to put up oversized wrong way and do not enter signs along freeway off ramps, but it's not always enough
with impaired drivers. what about those metal stop sticks. could those be used. >> studies show that the stop sticks are not a good option. >> they don't hold up, they break off and they become a safety issue for drivers in other vehicles and can affect the ability for first responders who sometimes go wrong way. >> state officials working on a wrong way detection vehicle system that use existing sensors that alert motorists that someone is going the wrong way, it will be tested next year. i'm told that other states have used some type of sensor system to detect wrong way crashes, but the prototype planned for
kind. unclear of the cost and a while before we know if its effective. the open enrollment period is underway for those shopping for coverage under the affordable care act. and this year, consumers are bracing for sharp increases. here in arizona, those shopping have only one option, and can expect to see prices jump from a year ago. however, experts said much of the cost will be covered by subsidies. the deadline is december 15. unhappy halloween for a group, targeted by a malicious and dangerous prank and a 5- year-old was hurt. >> this family was stop to go check out the decorations and a car driving down the street
hit the 5-year-old boy. >> the bounty is serving as a good distraction. dressed as a soldier, he had just finished making the rounds in his neighborhood when he was the target of a trick. >> i got hit by a paint ball. >> a car driving by fired paint balls and others. >> i was furious. >> and his cheek is swollen and sore. >> it hurts and no matter what. but especially for him. i can't imagine getting hit in the face. >> his injuries are beyond the physical. >> i had a bad dream. >> he doesn't want to do
>> his parents doing their best to keep him smiling. >> it's disappointing, that someone thinks that's funny or a good time to do that to children. >> if they saw him, they'd regret it. >> police are investigating, looking for a silver dodge durango or a similar vehicle, wi >> just awful, thanks lauren. it's finally here, the ultimate shopping month for deal hunters. not only will you find above average sales, but during thanksgiving, you'll find new price lows.
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we've learned that lady gaga and bruno mars and the weekend will be at the victoria's secret fashion show this year. it will be in paris and the fist of several major performances for lady gaga. you can see it here on cbs 5. they have good music. >> that's what you're listening to. >> regular arizona visitor vince vaughn has a new movie directed by mel gibson called hawk saw ridge.
men during okinawa. vince plays the drill sergeant. we talked to the actor about the film. >> are you that passionate about where you would defend it and stand up to anyone. >> i would like to feel that i am, you don't know. you see someone like desmond and it's a different level. i think that's what is inspiring about the story, to ha system. >> hopefully we don't find ourselves there. you'll be relaxing with an arnold palmer. >> congrats on the cubs. >> we're going to see about them tonight, keep your eyes open for vince, his father lives here and he comes to
inn during the holidays. >> cubs aren't doing bad. it's a warm night in cleveland. it's early. >> second inning. it's a 9 inning game. complete highlights tonight at 10:00. >> talking about coyotes taking center stage. >> they're young and right now, two wins. and they welcome the sharks. and but the team is close. >> it seems like one mistake is biting us, but we can take that out. whether it's an extra save or gets through a penalty kill or find the ball on a power play.
wednesday, listen to what clay thompson said about his game. >> he's only 19, when i was 19, i wasn't thinking about the league, i was in college getting to the next class. and handling the next day. to see his growth, he's going to be one of the best in the league. people realize he's got a great floor game >> high praise, play of the day. arsenal, and that's in the champions league. and he kicks one over the goalie and they fall like dominoes. he takes the mic and starts singing the fight song. you getaway with that. one of the goals in the league for the celebration.
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the live look at the san francisco peaks. and look at this, looking out west, sunsetting as well. and temperatures are perfect. high of 82. and that's our average and the 90s is history. and so far, sitting at 78 and mainly clear skies. wind are calm and we had a few clouds, and showers up around the north grand canyon and changes ahead. area of low pressure parking itself over the top of us. and best chance for rain, look at this, around lunchtime on thursday, we're going to see showers here in the valley, and a better chance in the high country. and that's thursday night into friday. temperature-wise, dropping to
flagstaff and 60 for a low here and speaking of flagstaff, a better chance of rain thursday, and maybe a few passing thunderstorms and showers extend through friday and our 7- day planner, 82 on wednesday and staying at the lower 80s on friday and forecast is in the afternoon on thursday and temperatures warm >> thanks, paul, the u.s. department of agriculture said 130 billion pounds of food is tossed out every year. and some activists in the u.k. are putting food destined in the dumpster on supermarket shelves. >> it's an environmental crisis. >> this is the third time she's
>> because many of these items are expired sell by or best by dates. >> each week, 20,000 pounds arrive here. and it showcases how much edible food is being discarded. and they're donated to >> do you think this would work in the united states? >> yes, it could work anywhere. he helps run the market and britain is the biggest food waste. and they test for safety by
>> customers pay what they want. brilliant to think it's being saved. the real junk food project hopes it's the start of a global movement. quick look at top stories. two people dead in a wrong way crash, both drivers died on scene. before this crash, witnesses told dps they saw the wrong-way circle-k and he seemed drunk. the >> a raid in a home in ahwatukee. allegedly involved in a door-to- door sales ring. they've not released any detail.
are back safe. they caught the suspects leaving the animal welfare league. and those pups were dumped in the canal behind the shelter. two people found them and brought them back. they'll be up for the adoption after they get the all clear. that's going to do it for us, scott pelley is next with the "cbs evening
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