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this is abc15 news. taking action. with just six days until the election the polls are tightening and the nominees are ripping of the attacks as mike pence continues to speak in a rally in mesa and hillary clinton getting ready to hit the stage at asu. we were heartbroken. you. there is really no words at times like this. >> heartbreak and anger after two police officers were shot and killed will simply sitting in their cars overnight. now the search for answers as a suspect this behind bars. a valley boy is attacked while trick-or-treating. >> we begin this morning with the race to the finish line for the presidential election with the clinton and abc15's campaigns doing everything
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get everything they can to get your boat. i danielle lerner. >> and i am justin pazera. we have nick ciletti at the event. what is the theme of today? >> reporter: good morning. i apologize it is getting a little loud with governor mike pence beginning to wrap up this speech speaking about donald trump and his campaign. the main points today are security, supreme court. he is helping those points can really rally the republican base and get them to the polls. we have seen them this morning showing this campaign five points ahead. i want to let everyone at home now you can watch this online right now at and also our free abc15 mobile app. we will have much more for you later on this show. >> nick ciletti reporting thank you.
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visit another trump surrogate is returning with donald trump, jr. ring to be her this friday for a campaign event. no location or time has been set and his running mate donald trump is focusing on florida. a state expert said that he cannot win the white house without it. he is scheduled to hold a rally in orlando at 1:00 this afternoon and another one at 4:00 in pensacola. >> asu is getting rally for hillary it is free to get in, but you do have to register online. we will be streaming the event on and abc15 mobile. a new poll shows how important this final push is. donald trump is maintaining his lead against hillary clinton in our state by four points. some polls suggest this is because of the fbi investigation into the clinton emails. and other republican says i
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maybe joining his father in voting for hillary clinton. the former president's nephew told a crowd in texas last night he speculates his uncle will back clinton. a couple reports back there was reports and another close race we are watching his proposition 205 which would legalize marijuana in arizona. 51% of arizona voters oppose the proposition 45% support and want it to pass next tuesday. >> the opposition is growing at the salvation army is now telling people to go to now. the organization said the expansion of marijuana will be harmful to the state of arizona. especially because they say there is now an increasing demand for homeless shelters in denver and marijuana is legal in colorado. let's talk about your my cast -- our most accurate forecast.
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morning so far and like yesterday slow to warm up today. storming into the 80s this afternoon and our high temperature of two mostly sunny skies and that is right near average for this time of the year with another seasonable day across the valley. it is all dry across the valley and even as we look to the north plenty of sunshine looking live with our cliff castle casino cam we have rain back in forecast thing and i will walk into the forecast and show you one we could see showers and storms in our state. >> thanks, iris. police have a suspect in the killing of two police officers in custody. scott green was taken into custody this morning and he is suspected in the killings of a des moines police officer and an urban tell police officer overnight. court records show he has a history of confrontations with police. we have more on his background
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tragedy coming up at 11:30. a crime alert for all of us. watch as to these break into this -- two thieves break into this car in the driveway and then still the garage door opener. suddenly thousands of dollars worth of items are gone in the blink of an eye. >> it has been about six minutes and it was that fast. you can see them coming and going and the next thing you know they are gone. >> all of my now with this guy and it is gone. >> he said he never heard any of this go down and he recommends not keeping your garage door opener in your car. another man living in phoenix reached out to us after he caught a guy on camera stealing the very tall pieces to try to keep crime away. a thief with a crowbar is stealing the doorbell camera. devito gets cut when it is
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away from the wall. this happened at 5 am on sunday. >> my wife said somebody stole the doorbell and there is actually a guy stealing it off the wall with a crowbar. >> he said the police told him the same thing has been happening all around that area. >> the city of buckeye is in hot water because of spikes in water bills. the city council heard from some last night and we are not talking small changes. some of cases. people telling us they turned off their sprinklers and stop filling up their pools but still be bills are high. >> the equivalent of what we used would be like me taking my 12,000 gallon pool and dumping it in my yard three times. >> the city is looking into it but homeowners say that is not enough so they are threatening a class action suit against the city if they don't reach an agreement.
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saturday at 2:00. we have made a note on our calendar as well to follow up for you. right now there is free gas with gas buddy line-up tanks as part of a free promotion up to $20 per car. they started at 9:00 this morning and it will continue until the gas runs out. wrong way crashes in the valley can come up with deadly consequences. what is being done to stop them? how lawmakers plan to keep your road. why the catholic church is putting the kibosh on female priests and why he said the decision was never up to him. >> are these last-minute campaign stops selling your code? have on to vote
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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 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, "o'halleran puts the common good above party politics. tom o'halleran -- a leader we can trust.
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heading back to the vatican. the pontiff made it pretty clear that women will never be eligible to become priests in the catholic church. pope francis added that saint pope john paul ii at the last clear word on this and it stands forever. an arizona teenager badly a life-threatening illness gets abp treatment to new york city. >> a few weeks ago jacob priestly want a campaign to collect 10,000 birthday cards hoping the messages would take his mind off his illness. officers in brooklyn responded inviting jacob and his whole family to the big apple. >> it is the best thing in the world. >> so jacob has been busy helping with a christmas blessing at radio city music hall and getting a special proclamation. his family is expected to visit more attractions while on the trip.
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and back in the wild after spending months in rehabilitation. all of it thanks to the arizona humane society which rescued them in may. at the time the owls were just babies hiding inside a dumpster. they were taking to wild at heart raptors where they were raised. they are finally getting to spread their wings and fly. a bit of a victory for sheriff joe. why you will not be seeing him in t c and all is clear on the abc15 desert 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,
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rapes, assaults, even child molestation, remain uninvestigated, while arpaio focuses on his personal agenda. arpaio talks tough, but doesn't keep us safe. putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. when i come home and dinner's not ready i go through the roof. grab 'em by the p****". t. 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. i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers.
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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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we are working to get an update on will let to this -- what led to this serious crash near 24th street and baseline. one of the cars involved went up in flames. we are told two young children, a pregnant woman, and another adult were taken to the hospital. these images are the aftermath of a t bond mike rush on the loop 101. police are still trying to identify the man who drove the wrong way. it has been an ongoing problem in our state and dps has more than 800 calls about wrong way driver's so far this year. they been working on technology to detect wrong way driver's and to alert others on the road. >> we've been using this year to really develop the system.
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technology in phoenix sometime next year. take a look at this video. mike capturing the flames shooting from an apartment near union hills. it did not take long for fire crews that we did hear some animals may have been stuck inside. we are still working to get some answers about that. it will be months before the sheriff joe a mile is back in court. it is getting pushed back at least four months. for criminal charge stems from violating court orders in a profile in case. one group is hoping to help voters who want to oust sheriff joe. they say mentioned the name of the group to any taxi driver and they will take you to cast your vote free of charge. proposition 123 is supposed to put money into the classroom
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federal law. they want the u.s. attorney general office to take a look. the group is from utah. i was actually capping -- catching up with one of our photographers and she said it is cool outside. it is a great day. >> temperatures dropped into the 50s this morning, and it has been a gradual warm-up this morning. it will feel very nice outside and upper 70s right now valley wide with gilbert checking in its 76 degrees and a little warm in plan to up to 79 reaching 80 to the south in maricopa. valley wide it is looking pretty good as you make the lunchtime plans with mostly sunny skies too. it would look great for some lunch on the patio. phoenix checking in right at 74 degrees. it is very comparable to where
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it is still very comfortable enough to be outside that is what you want to do. when we look outside you will notice a brown haze and we are seeing some of that in a little test out there. our air quality showing the dust concentrations are up in the moderate range. but we are not seeing any air quality alerts. if you are especially sensitive you may not opt to work outside but overall it is not too bad. over the next 24 hours finally some rain that should help clear the air out a little bit. we are looking at those clear conditions across the state after starting out with a few sprinkles and flurries up near flagstaff early this morning. over the next 24 hours we will actually see a boost in rain chances. we have a storm system moving
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shifting further to the south. it is going to pull in some moisture across our state so humidity woke up but we will also see the rain chances go up. especially among parts of eastern arizona. here in the valley is small chance of showers developing and the best chance of oral will be in the higher terrain to our north into our east. today looking dry across the state tonight when get the boost in moisture. here is 1:00 tomorrow morning out at show low the potential for scattered showers and storms and then those showers and storms become more widespread through the day tomorrow. but we could get a few showers here in the valley tomorrow morning and possibly a few scattered thunderstorms going into the afternoon. it will not be widespread. not everybody will get rain,
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overall tomorrow and as we go into friday. in fact some spots the stuff payson over to show low could end up with one inch of rain as we go through the day on friday. this is before rain chances slow down through the weekend. here in the valley rain chances are 30%, but they are much higher tomorrow especially along the eastern mark u.n. in the high country through the valley weekend. temperatures will be getting warmer over the next seven days and i will show you that in just a few minutes. signs of progress when it comes to diversity on tv. >> abc is making the most progress with the networks rated on diversity of actors in their show. three abc shows made the list including gray's anatomy. some
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is based on money not a quality. five years ago only six people of color had lead roles and today the number is 18. tonight the stars are gradually -- gathering in nashville for the fit to it 50th annual cma awards with brad paisley and carrie underwood hosting again. the show starts at 7:00 right here on abc15. make sure to watch abc15 news at 10 where we are giving away three with rascal flatts and chris stapleton and even brad paisley and carrie underwood. just watch for the secret word at 10:00 and enter at the arizona democratic party is suing the republicans. what a judge will say on all of this mudslinging. who does such a thing? the search to find the person
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>> the holidays can be very stressful so this morning we are helping you exercise your mind.
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holidays and this can be a stressful time of year. normally we talk about exercising the body and stay we are talking about the importance of the mind. i walk in and immediately i felt automatically relaxed. >> yes. it is so amazing. one of the things we are finding is people really do need more to destress themselves.
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kim will give us a little demonstration today. the wonderful thing is yoga is all about balance. so this practice is very healing. i want to let her talk about it and go for it. >> okay. normally the lights are not bright. it will be very dimly lit and very comfortable. it is done on a yoga mat. you can chair. just very relaxed. i guide you through the guided meditation and play the crystal sound bowls which brings you to relaxation very quickly. do you want me to play them? so no matter what you have got going on in your head you just came in from the freeway this within two minutes will be completely relaxed.
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>> and the best part is you don't have to do anything or pay attention to what kim says. she will guide you with her words but you don't even have to hang on. >> kim, is this wall and for anybody? back anybody. >> this is really for anybody. >> and some people get confused because it has the word yoga, which they think th you are just laying down. so i guide you through a moment of meditation. >> so patricia is laying down and just relax your body. close your eyes and take a big, deep breath in through the nose suspending the breath and holding the breath and letting it out with a big sigh.
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releasing the cheeks in the shoulders. just letting the whole body relax. just letting your thoughts go. >> and how long is one of these classes? >> at the village it is about one hour and 15 minutes. 35 minutes of yoga is equivalent to four hours of deep sleep. so you are going to feel amazing and ta rejuvenated. >> thank you so much for coming and showing us this. justin, i relaxed. what to think? >> thanks, daniel. the body cameras video showing a struggle with police and a woman holding her young child. why this woman is now in big trouble.
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hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depends on steady leadership. donald trump: "knock the crap out of them, would you? seriously..."vo: clear thinking... donald trump: "i know more about isis than the generals do, believe me." vo: and calm judgment. donald trump: "and you can tell them to go fu_k themselves." vo: because all it takes is one wrong move.
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a lot going on today when it comes to democracy 2016 with the mike pence rally wrapping up in mesa getting ready for hillary clinton tonight at 6:30 at asu. we have a u -- ecru on campus -- a group to bring you the latest. tomorrow the arizona democratic party is suing the arizona republican party the
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block volunteer poll watchers from harassing or photographing people showing up to vote. the trump campaign said this lawsuit is meant to distract from hillary clinton's troubles. a big name in local politics is already thinking about the 2018 election. we caught up with phoenix mayor greg stanton after he filed paperwork hinting at a future run for the secretary of state. he said it is just a formality allowing the >> i love public service and i love what i doing as mayor of this city. this is part of my exploration or other leadership opportunities i might be able to provide for the people of arizona. >> stanton could be forced to step down as mayor if he decides to run for another office during his term. there have been more deadly
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were ambushed overnight. the man who invented when the suspected shooter turned himself in. abc15's sharee preston has the latest. >> reporter: the men who ambushed police officers is in custody. police have identified scott michael greene of the suspect. >> they have responded to custody without incident. >> reporter: two police officers shot and killed while sitting in the patrol car this morning. >> it doesn't look like there was an exchange or conversation or opportunity for these officers to defend themselves or respond to the attack. >> reporter: the occurred about 20 minutes apart. the first officer was sitting in his car on patrol alone. the second officer killed while
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>> these guys were doing nothing wrong. >> reporter: these shootings, has officers killed her up dramatically this year by 48%. cherry preston, abc news, new york. >> police body camera footage shows a woman struggling with an officer while she is holding her baby. take a look at this. >> he is fine. you don't have a choice. >> you pleading with the woman so they can make sure the baby was okay. this was an albuquerque. the woman in the vehicle were involved in a crash and the woman takes swings of the officer after they take the child away. she is facing a felony charge. the baby is now in state custody. it is usually a no-no to pass notes in school. the note to school for the 11- year-old teacher that her mother was being held hostage.
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quick detective work deputies vote down who could be inside the home and donald was found hiding in a closet. the mother was not hurt. a safety alert with mesa police urging everyone to triple check your kid's halloween candy. a family found a razor blade inside a snickers candy bar. we are told the family went trick-or-treating in several different neighborhoods so it is hard to pinpoint where that y if you know anything, please call police. a little boy left with a belt after being hit by a paintball. this happened in texas. the family was on their way to a haunted house and somebody opened fire. 5-year-old logan was left with the mark inches below his eye. his parents are thankful it wasn't worse. >> it is scary that it got on
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if it hit him in the eye. that would have changed everything. >> so another little girl was hit in the arm and whoever did it >> reporter: off in a silver suv. a phoenix charter school is fighting back against allegations of student commissions. the aclu is filing complaints claiming a teacher called a young muslim refugee a terrorist. the teacher is also accused of telling the child muslims would be deported elected president. that child is just 11 years old. the school strongly denies any of this happened. a political battleground of the candidates of their effort to be the next president of the united states and in 70s we will have seen the top and the bottom of the presidential tickets right here in the valley. abc15's nick ciletti is at the
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vice presidential nominee mike pence just spoke. what was it like inside the convention center? >> i just spoke with the security guard who tells me they had 750 people inside with mike pence making a plea for the people to get out and vote. we are looking at the video and mike pence told the crowd this election is not just a choice between two people but also between two futures. he also took this opportunity to slam the nominee hillary clinton saying she was unfit to lead also talking about the fbi investigation. some of the crowd yelled lock her up. at the end he says now is the time for everybody to come together. take a listen. back this movement is coming together and arizona is coming together. we are going to mcdonald trump the next president of the
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busy day ahead of him had a to new mexico and later tonight and heading to loveland, colorado. he has two rallies in two different states and the democrats are hoping that it can launch them to 270. hillary clinton will be here tomorrow night and tomorrow morning tim kaine is expected to be in the valley. such a busy week for politics here in the valley and arizona is taking center stage. nick ciletti, abc15. >> the candidates are busy across the country as well with donald trump campaign in the battleground state of florida. about 28 million americans have already voted but in four state trump is trying to change some of those hillary clinton with processes in place to change votes. a big shakeup with the sky harbor purchased airline. what is happening to 500 pounds.
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predicting about the busiest travel day of the year. finally some arrests this morning joe lets you know how 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.
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three sick puppies have been found. we are told they are being checked out and local offer adoption on saturday. they were found in the canal at 40th street and van buren. all right, daniel. i have a new coanchor. this is timmy right here. we have some very special guests in the studio with a special event coming up. first you have got jokes about our friends. >> we have news and -- moose who is available next thursday who is available next thursday, november 10 at the ranch golf club.
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for spay and neuter services. overall that will reduce unwanted litters and also the intake of pets into the system as well as overall. >> and that is so important that people do this. so you guys have a special event coming up. i think you can bid on some auction items? >> we have a ton of incredible items with this beautifu necklace from fountain hills as well as a resort stay package of goodies at the ritz-carlton resort. we have a ton of watches and jewelry as well as a scorcher's painting and this beautiful dog basket. >> what should people expect this event?
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and available pets for adoption. it is going to be a really good time. >> there is information on your screen right there. of course if somebody wants a companion what should they do? >> if you want to come they can adopt these little babies and he will also have littermates. you can check out everything on our website. >> look at that, daniel. >> that guy is a cuter coanchor for you than i could ever be. thanks, guys. we have heard about cities taxing sugary drinks like soda. but does it really work?
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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. man: babeu's school was unlicensed, abusive, and dangerous. 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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we are keeping a close eye on wall street for u dow down .19% about 33 points. >> this morning get ready to bump into more suitcases as thousands of people head to the airport to get to the thanksgiving destinations. experts predict than 27 million people will fly between the friday before thanksgiving and the tuesday after. airlines will add 74,000 seats a day and larger planes to
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the sunday after thanksgiving will be the busiest. a shakeup coming at sky harbor with american airlines cutting 500 pilots in the next year. that will lead just under 1000 in phoenix. it comes three years after the merger of u.s. airways and american. we hear the 500 pilots will either move or commute to other hubs. u.s. military needs for commutes are looking for the best of the best. the cost would be $140 million to advertise over the next five years. joe ducey here. as you start your morning you have heard about the arrests involving irs scammers. hasn't put any didn't into number of calls we are getting? we all know how it works. >> the pretend to be an agent.
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government charged 61 people from call center in india. many were laundering monday through prepaid debit cards and wire transfers. they say more than $250 million was collected in the scam. the amount was much more than had been reported before. also startling was the impact of the number of people now getting these calls. the better business bureau said the huge decreas under scam tracker site. we have had a similar decline receiving at least a dozen scams weekly. since october 6 the call centers in india have only had one complaint. >> some good news is it's doesn't mean it is going away and there is no one else claiming to be an agent. >> this scam was so successful expect it to pop up somewhere else and keep those land mine
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i am investigator joe ducey. have a great day. if you have a problem, let me know. it is safe to say we rely on our cars but if yours is making you sick if you don't think your car is carrying germs just listen to this. a new study finds the interior of cars are more than 2000% 30 year than smartphones and 50% dirtier than computed keepers. the worst spot is around the handbrake with 200 living bacteria per square inch including mrsa. america's cities vote on soda taxes next week. to the work? if you look at mexico you can say yes. 2014 a 10% nationwide tax sugary drinks took effect in the country has seen a drop in type 2 diabetes, stroke, heart attack, and even death. tonight the phoenix suns are celebrating dia de los muertos . they can expect a
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food. the first 5000 fans 21 years and older will get a special edition of the bobble head. they will be wearing their jerseys with tipoff against the trail blazers at 7:00. new video has cub fans celebrating as their team lives to play and other day. chicago and cleveland will play in game seven tonight after cubs jump to win game six. ticket goi for thousands of dollars. one fan will be paying for his plan all your because he took out an $11,000 line of credit to pay for his dream baseball trip. >> todd grew up in the cleveland area but now lives in arizona. he said he was willing to go into debt to support his team saying this is a once-in-a- lifetime experience.
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any stretch of the imagination. i just leveraging the farm for this once-in-a-lifetime trip. >> he is been in cleveland for the last two weeks going to the world series and he spent most of his money on tickets, airfare, hotel, and a rental car. >> he said he only has $700 left and likely not enough money to pay for a game seven ticket. he doesn't have a ticket to the game, folks. he has a plan and he said he will try to put it on a credit card. talk about is giving away free doritos locos tacos nationwide. the deal runs from 2:00 until 6:00 at participating locations. maybe he can at least get a free meal. >> seriously. to each his own. let's talk about your most accurate forecast . it is a beautiful day and we are
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with those clouds clearing out to the east and really clearing out across the state. as you start planning your afternoon, plan on mostly sunny conditions. our temperature right now is 74 to take -- 74 degrees in a very nice morning so far warming up to 79 degrees by lunchtime but our high only making it into the low 80s again today. the 83 decays today and 1 degree above the average but very pleasant. across the state it is not that with 70 in sedona and 59 in shallow. there is low 70s to the last in bullhead city. we are feeling some stronger wind across northern arizona especially in northwest arizona where winds are sustained at 3 miles-per-hour.
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the strongest today and into tomorrow will be across the northwest pocket. right now and bullhead city there is a like wind advisory for the northwest pocket of the state because of the strong winds and it is in effect through the day tomorrow. it is breezy across others arizona but we will fill breezes tomorrow with gusts up to 20 miles-per-hour. it all has to do with the storm system currently moving into our state. it will eventually go south bringing moisture and increasing rain chances. tonight we see those rain chances in the white mountains in the transferring becomes more widespread with a slight chance of an isolated storm in the valley. in the valley it 80% chance for rain through the tomorrow with a few showers during the morning commute.
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here on abc15 and you can always take the mobile app with you and check the showers with you on desert doppler. you will notice the best potential for widespread rainfall will be across the higher terrain for our state especially across the mogollon rim. even toward the white mountains through the tomorrow. rain chances will continue into the weekend for the high country while the value tries out after friday. today mostly sunny a beautiful day with a high of 83 degrees and prince flight across the valley. it is still a beautiful day to enjoy these high temperatures. upper 70s and low 80s valley wide this afternoon with 83 in phoenix. 50s today in the flagstaff and 60s in shallow. tonight a little more cloud cover keeps the temperatures miles and we are talking upper 30s.
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60s to kick off the day tomorrow in the valley. 83 today was a chance for rain chances into friday and trying out the weekend next week looking warmer. back to 90 by tuesday. i want to remind you that you still have a chance to win $50 in free coffee every morning from dutch bros and abc15 mornings. you have got to watch for the weather word of the day between and 70 in. -- 7 a.m. for the chance to win free coffee every weekday only on abc15 mornings.
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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. and "the daily star" said, "o'halleran puts the common good above party politics. tom o'halleran -- a leader we can trust. let's take a look at the world some of those of our polk city. we want to show if all of these
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boat. >> it is trouble? let's recap our top stories for you. political candidates continuing here in the valley asu up next as hillary clinton hold a rally tonight at 6:30. watch her entire speech on and on our mobile app. mike pence just wrapping up his visit to the valley one hour ago. people at the mesa convention center railing against clinton in urging voters not only to vote for donald trump but for republicans up and down the ball. we are tracking a vote after delaying a decision the phoenix city council is expected to vote today on a multimillion dollar proposal to add up to 1000 body cameras our police officers pick here's a look at what we are looking at for the now at 4:00. he -- what we are now learning about a mesa police chase.
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to blame. but copycat deals for black friday and why you might be seeing identical deals this year as the holidays approach. that and more coming up on the now arizona 4:00. surfing requires concentration. imagine doing all about with sharks inches away. >> take a look at this video. surfers in australia to even know how close that shark was. that surfer no thanks. as we look at your forecast today is gorgeous but rain chances are back starting tomorrow. we will keep you posted as things develop on abc15 and online with temperatures
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