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clinton leads 44% in new hampshire compared to trumps 41%. in pennsylvania it's 47% clinton and 42% drop. there is always the margin for error. 12 hours until the polls open in arizona with the roller coaster campaign season and so many tight races. abc15 taking action and melissa blanket is live.>>reporter: tonight, get out your computer and look up you can type your address into this website at the secretary of state's office. we put it at the bottom of our webpage. if you go to the wrong place, they will let you cast a provisional ballot. planz park, bring id. first thing in the morning or after 4 pm is the least crowded.
>>reporter: if you still have an early ballot, do not mail it. here is what you should do.>> you can drop it off at any polling place. do i need to wait in line? no. my tried up to the front of the line if you are just dropping off in early ballot.>>reporter: election officials no tempers are flaring this season, they want you to feel comfortable and secure at polling locations.>> we are village vigilant. for anything that people see at the polls that make them uncomfortable. if you see something at the polls that don't make you comfortable, alert a pull marshall. make sure that you tell someone. if you see something, say something.>>reporter: finally, don't be afraid to look cute. you are allowed to take a selfie at the polling place and where your campaign t-shirt. if you are taking selfies, just
ballots. there will be an extra set of eyes on the selection specifically in 28 states the justice department will send out teams to make sure things go as planned and every vote counts. that covers maricopa and navajo county. there has been this trend, long lines to cast early ballots. pima county just closed three emer last hour. the gobles to help voters of avoid long lines. did you break state election laws? a weekend of legal wrangling has caused confusion over vote harvesting. abc15 jason valentine has been talking to state agencies to clarify these were -- rules.>>reporter: first of all, we have to do a quick clarification, it's wild. vote harvesting is when someone goes around collecting early
polls to drop them off for voter. arizona has a lawmaking that a legal. over the weekend, federal courts announced back and forth over whether or not arizona's law is constitutional. for 18 hours, over the weekend both harvesting was legal and the ninth circuit in us supreme court reinstated arizona's law making it a felony. what happens to ballots harvested during the 18 hours? turn them in. maricopa county recorder says ballot away. they aren't responsible for enforcing the harvesting ballot law in the first place. >> it would be illegal to keep those out. these are people who voted and handed you there voted ballot. you better turn it in. there isn't anything in the law that talks about the enforcement. it just says it's a
county attorney's office said it will investigate any complaints about harvesting submitted by law enforcement. the last part is important, the maricopa county sheriff's office which does have an election patrol told me the harvesting law is almost impossible to enforce because once the ballots are dropped, there goes the evidence and there is no way to investigate exactly what happened. one more point of clarification, it is legal to take and drop off a ballot for a family member, someone you live with or somebody you care for. back to you. it's not only us voting on some prop 205. these states also deciding the future of recreational pot. a gallup poll released in august, the number of adults who smoke weed has nearly doubled in three years. we have more to cover before the vote including a valley group helping voters make up their mind at the polls. they just need faith. we are tracking the forecast as we
high pressure is back in temperatures are soaring. we approach record levels in parts of the state tomorrow. now that the sun is setting, a lot of valley location seeing a dip down into the 70s. 76 in gilbert and farther north 70s and cave creek and anthem. hour by hour tonight, temperatures down in the 70s in phoenix starting at 7:00 and right now it's 80 degrees. by 11:00 it's down to 70. we wake up temperatures in the 70s at 9 am, mid-80s at noon and upper 80s, the afternoon. we are talking near record levels tomorrow and 10 degrees above normal. breezes picking up on election day. we will talk more all still ahead in your full forecast. you may still see a backup at the center section after a deadly crash. it involved the motorcyclist, we don't know what caused the
comprehend. a son and a brother taking the lives of the people he called family. megan thompson takes us inside for the first time with how police and fire tried to stop a tragedy.>> she does not know where her brother is. >>reporter: the first call came from 18-year-old caitlin buckner saying she heard shots ringing out in her home.>> it's a husband and wife in the bathroom on the second floor. >>reporter: all four were shot. alex buckner took his rampage a step further.>> there's fire set to the house.>>reporter: this released video showing the aftermath inside. crews trying to find a way to get those for injured people out. >> we are at a window in their people trying to come out.>> there's a girl. >>reporter: there are many injuries too serious to get up,
whatsoever with the victims? >> not anymore boss.>>reporter: they did have contact with that suspect. >> he is calling out telling us he is armed. he's tiny stop. >>reporter: he pointed a gun at officers and they fired, killing him but not before he took the lives of the, kim, caitlin and emma buckner. megan thompson abc15 news. dcs with the woman and now accused of child abuse. her boyfriend son's death is a price. lizette moreno was accused of emotional abuse 13 years ago the victim was her own child. dcs said investigated and found no issue and close the case. she is now accused of killing a 23-month-old boy after throwing him to the ground twice because he would not eat. we want to update you on the case in south carolina. a third body has been found in the search continues for more
property. the arizona con who lives here now confessed to murders but we are understanding he may be linked to seven deaths. more charges potentially for todd kohlhepp detective say he has led deputies to the other graves since a woman was found chained on his property last week. we have learned he will stay behind bars and he plans to represent himself. starting with the oil pipeline protest. this weekend we talked to locals who say they were leaving for north dakota today, they want to help protesters as herbal healers. they have been trying to stop the project and they argue the pipeline would destroy sacred ground at the standing rock indian reservation. support coming in from those in politics for the family of janet reno. she passed away from complications of parkinson's disease. she was the first woman to
and she was 78. jurich city is familiar with high-security and tomorrow police say officers will be visible and others will not. think along the lines of d yours even times square. that's how much security will be there after a big threat in three cities. prosecutors will try and file murder charges against a valley man who police say tried to stage his own girlfriends suicide. curtis crawford shot and stabbed victoria a home on saturday near 20th street and roosevelt. crawford of its they had a fight about cheating and he has told two different stories to detectives. in court he stuck with the story about suicide.>> she stabbed herself. i had no wounds or anything. she had the gun in her hand. >> based on records the
an arizona man discharged from the air force base in tucson was found guilty of having child porn on his computer. jesse stauffer will be sentenced , his girlfriend turned them in last year after finding material in his computer. about 12 hours ago, hit-and- run. a driver pulling a trailer in a truck hit a motorcyclist to follow after crash with the van on the service talking to employees after a second mistake. three ways to make easy
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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." "o'halleran puts the common good above party politics.
48 hours after an explosion leveled an apartment complex, crews are on scene to inspect lines underground as firefighters investigate a possible ghastly. raquel cervantes is payson.>>reporter: neighbors smelled gas in the
air just hours before a pace an apartment complex exploded. officials are investigating what caused the blast. >> it sounded like a bomb to me. >>reporter: a spokesperson with alliance gas tells us people called to report the smell of gas so they sent crews. two hours later -- >> the explosion happened in
, it knocked them into the street. >>reporter: the workers had minor injuries and were treated on the scene. eight others were taken to the hospital including a badly burned woman. what's left of their belongings is behind the fence. >> you can see tell see some debris on the roof. it was powerful. >>reporter: next-door a neighbor said the explosion was so strong and not things fm >> everything is on the floor.>>reporter: the heat melted cars and shattered glass, leaving a dozen people without homes. >> two apartments upstairs and to downstairs, it just melted everything. >>reporter: community members are dropping donations at the fire station to help their neighbors in need. reporting in payson, recall
we are asking southwest gas about lines underneath homes that they tell us it checks every inch at least once every three years. some areas are checked more frequently. we are more than happy to take action in tonight an answer from the postal service after a viewer showed us mailboxes left wide open in ahwatukee. this is the second time in less than a month that near eight street. the post office said it's not acceptable and employees have been alerted being told mailboxes must be immediately. if you have a story you want us to look into send us a message at www.abc15.com a former valley surgical tech caused a health scare and is now headed to prison. rocky allen will serve his 6 1/2 year sentence in oregon. allen was accused of are placing needles with used
thousands to hiv and hepatitis. phone calls for closures fighting a contractor. they are all part of this week's class action settlements that could mean money for you. most of us try not to remember a debt collector and here's one you should try from synchrony bank the accusation is they used a robo dialer. it's illegal in it could lead to part of a $7 settlement. if the call happened within the last eight years. angie's list advertises reputable contractors and that their providers are based on best ratings from members. the class-action suit alleges contractors could pay for premium positioning on angie's list. it now offers a free membership. if you paid for yours, you could get money back or an extension of the paid membership. hsbc is accused of abusive practices involving mortgage
it's a big one. you could get thousands back from the state. the total settlement is $470 million, the minimum you could get back at $780 but there are many requirements including a foreclosure between 2008 and 2012. none of the companies admit wrongdoing. to see dead lines and qualifications go to www.abc15.com and click on what joe no. -- let if you have a problem let me know. we are getting ready for one of the warmest days ever on record here in phoenix. high pressure is back stunning temperatures into the mid-80s. we will get warmer tomorrow. mesa and litchfield park are down into the upper 70s. glen dale 82 degrees at this
will be in the 70s through much of the evening. 76 in phoenix at 8 pm, 70, 72 at 10 pm and we approach the 60s by midnight. overnight down to 63 degrees, nice and cool skies stay clear. abundant sunshine tomorrow and 89 degrees. we are talking near record temperatures. tomorrow's record is 91 set in 2007. we range of that with the forecast high of 89. up north, unseasonably warm there as well. prescott 73, flagstaff 61 for your high tomorrow after a freezing start with a low of 32 in the morning. sedona will bottom out in the 40s and hit 75 a lot of sunshine and that won't change, the cold front will edge back toward southeast arizona will pick up wind for tomorrow and that will be particularly true
even in the valley we expect breezes on election day. 15 mile-per-hour winds and gusts up to 25. stronger winds down southeast could cause issues with blowing dust across southeast arizona, if you have travel plans the i- 10 corridor watch out. breezy on wednesday in temperatures drop 5 degrees as the breezes bring in cooler air. we go from 89 to 84 on wednesday in the low 80s thursday. abc15 sports brought to buy sanderson ford. i'm craig fouhy live at the big red brewhouse sitting alongside kevin minter. have an, it's the bye week what have you been doing?>> i went to baton rouge to catch my tigers for a game. i had a great time. i was in new orleans and i was in baton rouge.
i saw some good friends and a lot of my old teammates. i had a great time. >> are you healthier now? you got a week off to get healthy. >> definitely. i needed it. i'm not going to lie. knock on wood, i have not had any major injuries this season, there are always the knicks and max. i am feeling good week of rest. i got to refocus and i'm ready to work tomorrow. >> now you're ready to get back at it, right? >> definitely. we need another w in that column. >> kevin is with us at the big red brewhouse. he will join us here on abc15
he walked into a mexican restaurant until police got there and got him to come out. no one was hurt. finding the person who shot three salt river wild horses, a reward for $25,000 has been set things to an animal rights group in florida. two horses are on the mend but less than 12 hours until polls open. in many will have to rearrange schedules to cast a ballot. why not make it a holiday. congress has tried but has not been successful. election day was established on a tuesday in 1845, that was a good day for farmers to vote. 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?
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kid safe.>> the valley preschool is shutting its doors.>> we spoke to a parent about the closure and mesa. >>reporter: this notice going home to parents telling them don't send your kids to school tomorrow morning. >> when i first got it, i was shot because it came today in school is closed tomorrow.>>reporter: she now has to make alternate plans for her four-year-old son, since red mountain united methodist church won't >> i thought i never thought about my children not being safe at school he cousin its voting day. >>reporter: the church confirmed preschool will be shut because they are a polling location and they are preparing for extra traffic and security concerns. >> i am thinking about this election and how crazy people have been. things have been said and done. it scared me a little bit. >>reporter: she said she is worried about how the voters
joe bartels abc15 news. two nominees and nine different campaign stops. donald trump and hillary clinton crisscrossing the map ahead of election day and it's on election eve we have a live look at the trump rally. the republican nominee getting ready to take the stage and it his fourth stop of the day he will go on to michigan. clinton making for campaign visits today, she's rallying philadelphia. bruce springsteen is on the stage right now. clinton will head north carolina next on her final stop of the night. valley democrats and republicans are making their final push for your vote. volunteers have been knocking on doors making more than 1 million phone calls and putting out campaign signs. both sides trying to make the
especially with arizona being such an important state. latino voter registration is hitting record numbers in many key states including right here. the grassroots efforts taking place in our community.>>reporter: record registration but how many will show up to vote. canvassing teams are handing out flyers making it easi them. one site is in english and the other in spanish and your polling places listed. they have logged hundreds of miles, knocked on 11,000 doors just in the last month. >> this election is not about candidates or parties. it's about your family.>>reporter: using the message of family, faith and values, these activists carry their faith with them. you may have passed by our lady of guadalupe traveling down phoenix street.>> she is
flag.>>reporter: they aren't telling people how to vote, just the importance of showing up. the past election voter turnout have been low, there is been so much talk of illegal immigration benny are taking this one personally. >> we are confident that a good number will come out.>>reporter: they will do anything to make sure people can get to the polling places. they offer free rides and they've opened up a hotline to answer any questions. i will have that www.abc15.com. back to you. with hours to go until the polls open we truth check with our political act partners. hillary clinton claimed donald trump would raise taxes on single parents.>> he would hit especially hard, 51% of single parents would see their taxes go up.>> pellett affect found the tax plan would eliminate
single parents could end up with a higher tax burden. tax groups agree. pellett affect -- trump has support from women.>> i have tremendous support it was found women favor hillary clinton by double digits. trump is leading among women without college degrees but a smaller percentage of the female vote then make from the they rated this is false. let's look at the early voting turnout here in maricopa county peaked years -- officials got more than 1 million early ballots back and we want to show you the break down by party. almost 340,000 our democratic and 433,000 our republican. another 277,000 consider themselves independent or other. how do you know if your ballot
counted? go to www.abc15.com to track the status of your ballot . maricopa county let's voters keep an eye on it only if it's been mailed in or dropped off. we posted a link that lets people who don't live in maricopa check their ballots. make abc15 for full election coverage. we will start with a special one-hour edition of the now arizona at four clock followed by coverage from abc news and don't miss our special one-hour edition of abc15 our future forecast, if you are headed to the polls temperatures in the 60s at 7 am. we will be in the 80s through the afternoon and raises will pick up. have water if you are going to a busy polling place and you are stuck outside. the pollen count will be unusually high for this time of year as well. ragweed in the mix. temperatures nearing record
record of 92. tomorrow the record is 91 degree. tomorrow's high will be 80 89 and it will be within striking distance of the record. we have your 7-day forecast, coming up. new developments in the assault of a police officer in tempe. a body cam footage has been released. the officer went on to a bus looking for a man accused of stealing. when to punch the officer in the head. the police used a stun gun and identified him as jordan lemon. we are told he will face several charges. in pinal county a man threatening with a large wooden stake. the man was going door to door to mobile homes near casa condi and tried to force his way inside.
he arrived. the officer shot him but he is expected to recover. the deputy was not hurt. jury delayed in a high profile child a judge decided to put it on hold. how the end of a transit strike will impact election day. action impact election day. action without the help 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 use. 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.
new developments in the south carolina shooting truck. the judge's postponing jury selection. dylann roof is accused of opening fire killing nine people. the judge sent a motion from roof in his defense team required immediate attention. the hearing will be closed to the public. another day full of emotion as closing arguments are in the books in the hot car death trial. routes harris faces murder
case today, it's in the hands of a jury. deliberations begin tomorrow. philadelphia's six- day transit strike ends. the deal announced this morning by the transit authority in the union representing 5000 workers. the agreement includes higher wages and better pensions. the end of the strike will help getting voters to the polls. where can you get a dress like this and a purse like this for just $2.50? i will let live at the big red brewhouse. it is back with cardinal fans we are watching monday night football and coming up
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crews and oklahoma are inspecting highways and bridges to make sure that they are safe. tonight, it appears only buildings took the biggest hit. most with cracks and fallen bricks and broken windows. engineers are evaluating how long they will need to be closed. a woman in ohio taking matters into her hands. she did detective work and got a notification that her debit card was used at nearby stores. she got a receipt in a surveillance image of the thief. she posted that on facebook and two days later she found the car in a parking lot after getting a tip. she was happy to lighten the load for police.>> i know they have a lot going on in this is just a car. it's not as big of a deal as
my own hands. >> she is relieved to have her car back, she is worried that the man could strike again. a california mother is demanding answers after finding mold and her kids lunch. you can see the mold in the apple juice. the kid brought it home from school to show her in the superintendent plans to investigate.>> they could kill someone, they could kill a child. i know the central coast about our kids. the juice distributor is trying to figure out what happened. samsung offering something new with its next version of the galaxy. es eight will have an artificial intelligence assistant service. users will be able to order food without a third-party app, they asked the phone's virtual assistant. samhsa and is expected to offer
store will open at 5:00 on thanksgiving. customers will be able to shop through 11 pm on black friday. this comes as some red tellers announced they will be closed on thanksgiving. citing employee morale. abc15 sports brought to buy sanderson ford. diamondback managers have never unpacked in the last three year let's hope the streak ends with this man, torey lovullo introduced as the new manager after spending the last four seasons as the boston red sox bench coach. now he is part of a group that hails from boston. can he bring some success to the desert?
day-to-day basis in boston worked and we want to bring them here to arizona. we want to make them better. we want to take what we've learned and perfect them.>> he's right. we deserve good baseball.>> we deserve a lot. >> we deserve a cardinals win as well.>> we have to put a big green wall in left field?>> maybe he could feel more at home.>> off their bye week, the cardinals welcome the arizona cardinals. >>reporter: i'm here with kevin minter and we are talking about our facebook live coming up at 7:00. kevin, you had a week off and let's talk about the rest of the season. coach said last week he gave
of football left and we are looking forward to the playoffs it's time for us to get it's>>reporter: there's not a lot of margin for error.>> definitely. this is easily the tou division in the league. one or two more losses could be the dagger for us.>>reporter: kevin minter our guest coming up at 7:00 at 10 to facebook live. we will be here again. we are tracking your forecast and it feels great out
we had a high today of 86. we aren't exactly dry. southwest winds at three miles per hour. temperatures have started falling into the 70s. we still have places like levine and scottsdale. farther north, 64 in sedona, 69 in kingman. clubs at 69 in show low degrees. conditions will stay mild in the overnight in a possibility of a few-passing clouds. nothing major cloud wise. we will pick up wind tomorrow and wednesday. tomorrow gusts near 25 miles per hour. slightly cooler air as the
looking at your forecast tomorrow 8 am mid to upper 60s by noon low to mid 80s. mesa will hit 88, fountain hills 87 apache junction 87 tomorrow. in the west valley 89 litchfield park avondale and glendale. a couple of phrases to point out, flagstaff 32 overnight, grand canyon 30 degrees. those of the only overnight. highs tomorrow and low 60s along the rim, mid-70s in payson, sedona and prescott. 93 in yuma. southeast arizona will feel the strongest winds and high temperatures in the mid-70s too low 80s. the cooler air will drop 5 degrees on wednesday and still above average of the upper 70s.
seven day. low 80s for thursday, friday, saturday and even sunday. monday looks warmer. back up to 86 degrees>> we need cooler weather close. smart shopper deal of the day, danielle lerner has the deal.>>reporter: tomorrow may be election day but here is something that can bring us together. saving money. our smart shopper deal of the day will have you we are here at plato's closet in chandler. they are consignment store that caters to young adults. these will usually cost are $10, tomorrow if you come to chandler unmentioned smart shopper you get 75% off their red line clearance items and you will know because there is
we are tracking live pictures. donald trump just taking the stage. president obama has been speaking on clinton's behalf. each candidate does have one more stop planned for tonight. it has been a busy day on this election eve. we will continue tracking these and keep you updated. the death of a valley woman. curtis crawford accused of shooting and stabbing his girlfriend is sticking with the story that she killed herself. police say otherwise. he tried to stage the suicide. police investigating a deadly motorcycle crash in phoenix. near 3rd street and osborne late this afternoon and it is unclear what led to the crash. tonight at 10:00, how do
polls. vigilante group taking matters into their hands. the accused serial killer tied to our state is linked with more murders. how your vote tomorrow could impact your love life. for years to come. that's all tonight at 10:00. here's a look at your forecast, if you head to the polls tomorrow temperatures in the 60s in the early morning. 84 degrees at noon and near record warmth in the afternoon hours. the record tomorrow is 91 degrees and we will hit 89 in phoenix. we will be very close. breezes kick up and cooler air will take us down to 84 degrees.
when you're a star, they let you do it. 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. a person who's flat-chested is very hard to be a 10. do you treat women with respect? uh... i can't say that either. alright, good.