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issued for the storm that was in between wind flow and holbrook. since then, the rotation has stopped. we had a trained spotter report to us, they did see a funnel cloud. there is no indication whether that touched the ground and turned into a tornado. this is now crossing the 87 area and going into the navajo nation. we have storms across our stay. we have a lot tonight and is making an impact across the valley.>> the roads are becoming more dangerous with the rain, and state route 238 has been shut down. this is the shortcut a lot of us use when you're heading out to san diego. as you're heading to this area, flooding in that direction. were working to get adot on the phone.
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roads on the interstate 10, some flooding out there. look at this, look at the sign up above from adot, there's a caution warning you, drive with care. we will continue trusting -- we will continue tracking this. is it tom herman joining us? >> it is. >> thank you for taking the time. what can you tell the viewers about safety procedures? >> as you know what the dust slippery. we advise people, when this is happening slow down, take your time. this time of day stay at work longer. let the storm go by and glenn go home. -- let the storm go by then go home. is difficult driving right now. >> it sure is. we are seeing the flashing lights at the top of the screen. have you heard anything about
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an area you cover. >> we do cover the area, the road is closed at this point, what we recommend, that is the area that would connect maricopa to gila bend. is an area where we sometimes see flooding in the low areas. that's especially when it rains a lot. it might be wise to choose an alternate route. >> a lot of us use that the same time to get to but it would take us longer in this case. thank you for joining us on the phone. we want to get to our crews on the road. he is scanning the skies and making his way through the roads. it is what out there where you are. -- it is wet out there. where are you? >> there is a lot arena out
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could see the blue sky, which would be south and north is where the storm is headed. were chasing it back into the valley. looking right here, right in front of us, it does not look like it is very close, but with this wide angle with the scope programs, it's not just the rain falling right now but the water that is on the road getting kicked up from the cars in front of us. we have seen traffic backing up, especially on the into parts of 10, and the interstate roads coming closer into the city, but fortunately, at the moment right now, we're not seeing too much trouble here on the road.. another big story is the election. >> the maricopa county recorder's office, they say to expect long waits on the last two days of early voting. >> they say they're using all
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comfort to others. >> we visited several of the 25 voting areas. p the line stretching out to the rain and mesa. here are the five minutes is a way. glendale, -- >> reporter: the line stretching out to the rain in mesa. here the weight is 45 minutes. me to look out we would have a bigger problem.>> reporter: many voters turned around and they hope for shorter lines on tuesday. there is an advocacy network said that they warned the county recorder that she should add more voting locations to make it convenient for the voters. >> we wrote a letter and talk to them in person and urge them
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there are not enough. >> if you want to early vote tomorrow, the shortest line should be in downtown phoenix, and south the next. the longest lines is in chandler and the west valley. you can check online, and on our mobile app. mrs. trump is giving her speech since the convention this summer. talk about what her vision would look like as >> we must find better ways to honor and support the basic goodness of our children, especially in social media. >> meantime, hillary clinton bashed her provide -- bashed donald trump. >> they wrote their endorsement under the slogan of his campaign. they said it is about
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hope in him. >> we are learning that hillary clinton will spend money on ads with the final week of this campaign. and donald trump $30 million. tim kaine, giving a campaign speech entirely in spanish in the valley. abc15 joe bartels . >> reporter: abc15 was there. >> [ applause ] >> reporter: senator tim kaine making his speech to hispanic voters. >> it is important to the latino community. it's important that the candidate reaches out to our community. p
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connection between joe arpaio and donald trump. >> you said that donald trump will be receiving many hispanic votes do you think he is right? >> reporter: 200 listened in this select crowd. and they said by it being in spanish was important.>> is nice he comes out here and recognize what really needs to happen and he spoke in their language.>> reporter: he underscored hillary clinton's plan with minimum wage. >> is a big community. and we need someone to sport the spec to support our community.>> reporter: his visit proved how close this race is in arizona. joe bartels, abc15 donald trump junior holding another rally at the gilbert water tower.
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10:45 am. we are hearing that bernie sanders will be here sunday and there is still no word on location and time. free speech? they are hearing arguments filed by democrats. they claim that the gop poll watchers are terribly voters and keep them from casting a ballot. republicans argue that they are logged out there, they say, is all hypothetical and could infringe on free speech. atoll there on life support. the caretaker is to blame. officers got the call yesterday afternoon, the 23-month-old was found not breathing. he was airlifted to the hospital. his injuries were caused by head trauma. after talking to family members,
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child abuse. it is a soaking wet evening, the rains are going to
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back to our with the rain hitting the valley, it is widespread at this hour. it is hitting every single valley neighborhood. as we take a closer look you can see the pockets of the activity. right here, where it splits with the us 60, abc live is there. were not going to jason valentine.
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are on the interstate 10 headed north, going to the 60 interchange. if you look on the right side of your screen, the traffic backed up, i assume because it is to the situation that you just talked about. there is a lot of water on the road. was happening, the rain came up from maricopa, if followed up after a cloud of dust. it has been raining steadily been steadily all the time we have been driving up here. these cars are going between 20 miles per hour and 40 miles per hour. it is slow going on the road headed into phoenix. that is not normally where you would see traffic this time of day. >> jason, thank you from the live dust. i will give you video, -- thank
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elliott. we have crews in all parts of the valley. the valley. are 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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as we started this a tornado warning but it has since expired. and he is on the phone. but does it look like in that area.>> it has been -- andy, he is on the phone. what does it look like in that area? >> some of these clouds are tinted green, i'm not sure, but it looks like the warning may come back up again.
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unsettling out there how did you hear about this developing weather situation? >> i am actually at work right now, some kids came in and they had their cell phones and they freaked out because they said there was a tornado warning. and then other townspeople came in and it was a little unsettling to say the least. >> i am gathering you are a teacher in that area. when i grew up in south dakota we would have drills to prepare for tornadoes. but it doesn't seem like something we would prepare for that here in arizona. what did you do with a kids district but did you do with the kids? >> we kept all the kids, and they said they cannot go home unless the parents pick them up. we try to keep them safe as we
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>> they will be talking about this at school tomorrow. that is for sure.>> that tornado warning did expire. we are keeping a close eye on the storm developing south by wind flow. there is lightning with a, hail, and gusty winds, -- with it. hail and gusty winds. it will be moving into the heart of wind flow. it could go into that flow -- winslow. as we look at the valley, the valley is soaked, all of this, a low pressure system sits right on top of our state, and is bringing in a ton of instability. we could talk about what to
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in your forecast is still ahead in the next few minutes. we have some video, it is coming in right now. we're keeping our eye on your safety. this is our most loyal weather spotter. what parking lots, and the wind, it is gusting in the background. -- wet parking lots. and the wind. it is gusting in the background. there are several people without power in phoenix. the power will be out until 6:30 pm. 60 people in metro phoenix until a 20 p.m. another area in tempe, -- 8:20 pm. another area in tempe. we will keep tracking these. the nation tonight, they
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she was talked out of class because of her hillary clinton t-shirt. some of her classmates did not like it and the meshes -- the message cause a commotion and centered to the office. >> there were a group of girls in their who started talking loudly and obnoxiously about awful how donald trump supporters are and how racist they are. >> class is a problem. teachers admit how much this election has affected their classes. in denver, her sons hollowing costume attracted attention. several people made political remarks to her son. he dressed up as donald trump. not only adults but children as well.
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>> the boy's mother said that she would have never let him dress up like that if she knew that he would get this much uncomfortable attention. back to our weather alert, a letter rain across the valley, -- a lot of rain across the valley. we will have to the far east, apache junction getting soaked. another round of stuff coming in from the south. you see it stretching, going to the end of this time let -- time lapse. look how deep the reds get on the color scheme. that is where we could see some hail. we had areas near scottsdale, phoenix, they are starting to see those oranges appear cut that is the heaviest rainfall
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been a little bit further to the north, the sunny slope area. and portions of the west. across the state. we are seeing those showers stretching out and that interstate 10 corridor, near tucson is getting clobbered. as we look at the hazards for tonight, heavy rain that could lead to localized flooding, that will be we are seeing the rain widespread across era, the threat has gone down to the low range. there's a lot of checking on the radar. all of that rain has cooled our temperatures down significantly, we had a high of 84, we are down to 62 in mesa and chandler.
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inch. and the same story near apache junction and to the north. these rainfalls are going up we will update you. we have air 15 and abc15 live drive tracking. we will go for an update on the rain that he is seeing. >> downtown phoenix heading east crossing central. is a very wet drive this afternoon. like you once had an umbrella or used papers over their head and walked quickly as they could. it is a wet drive home this afternoon.
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the rain will continue for the next couple of hours. and then through the night we will have some spotty showers. this low pressure system will sit on top of us. showers and thunderstorms are pretty wide spread. looking at a 20% chance for the morning, and then 10% for the rest of the day. let me get you caught up on your 70 forecast. so you know what to expect the weekend. -- seven day forecast. so you know what to expect for
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if you are not happy with their home wa something to do with it. as the rain continues to fall, it is still pouring in many valley neighborhoods. we will have the updated rainfall totals for your coming up at 6 pm. this will continue for the next few hours. we still have lightning coming from the clouds and hitting the ground. that is near apache junction.
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there is a possibility of hail to the north, and you can see those deep reds rate at the top of your screen. going out by fountain hills, and there is steady rain in the valley. it is the first major fall storm and it has been a big one. >> world news is coming up next. 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
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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." he's going like "i don't remember!? 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. 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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