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>> ne insider,amy adams steamy surpris why she a jake gyllenhl had two very different the race to have arizona's 11 electoral votes closer than it has been in years and that has two of the key players in the valley deciding -- fighting for your vote. good afternoon, everybody. thank you for joining us here
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the presidential election, there's a rare focus on arizona today. hillary clinton speaks at asu tonight, and just a short time ago the republican vice presidential nominee mike pence wrapped autopsy speech in mesa. and we were at that rally, and we spoke one-on-one with the vice presidential candidate. what did he have to say? >> reporter: there is no question the crowd was excited, pretty much the entire time, but they were also very tame. we didn't see out. probably the most restless was a couple of times they were chanting lock her up referring to hillary clinton and it all happened here at the mesa convention center. i want to show you video of what it looked like inside that rally that just wrapped up. a rough estimate, but i would guess there were at least 1,500 voters inside the convention center to hear pence speak. some of the big points pence
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premiums and replacing it if trump were to take office. he also focused on lowering corporate taxes. he argued that this would help arizona businesses compete on a national and world stage. and when it came to international issues, pence said trump would lead on the world stage adding that he would put forth the required resources to defeat isis. i spoke one-on-one with governor pence moments after today's rally. take a listen. >> with the election x away, people around arizona are really focusing on this is not so much a choice between two candidates, it is a choice between two futures and the people of arizona, a place that has always believed in freedom, rugged individualism and independence sees all of those qualities in an agenda of donald trump. >> reporter: and this was governor pence's fourth visit to arizona. donald trump has been here seven times since his campaign started. back to you. and live in mesa.
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campaign visit, this time from the democratic presidential nominee hillary clinton. we have more from the asu campus this afternoon. >> reporter: this is hillary clinton's first visit to the valley. she is hoping to win over some votes in what is usually a very red state of arizona. now it has become a battle ground state and as you take a look behind me, they are literally setting the stage for a hillary clinton speech here tonight. so as you can see, th center. this is where hillary clinton will be speaking here tonight. she will be speaking about the importance of early voting and how arizona voters can still take advantage of in person early voting. and this comes as clinton is dealing with more fall-out, as you know, with the fbi reopening its investigation into her handling of classified material on a private e-mail server while secretary of state. >> if they want to look at some more e-mails, by all means
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clealsy was at -- chelsea was at asu recently as first lady, and tomorrow vice presidential candidate tim kaine will extend his tucson visit to be in the area. we're still working on the details on where that will be. today the doors open at 3:30 with hillary clinton to speak here at 6:30 here tonight. >> thank you. and we just got these numbers from the arizona secretary of state, and so far the 1.4 million early ballots. 40.2% come from republicans, 40.2% are from democrats. 25.6% are from third party or inched voters. remember, if you haven't mailed in your early ballot yet, you can drop it off at your polling place next tuesday. a pregnant woman is the the hospital this afternoon after being rescued from a burning car. this happened near 24th street and baseline two cars police say crashed into each other
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three others were taken to hospital. they are expected to be okay, we're told. the police are looking into what caused this crash. a valley family forced out of their home overnight when a fire broke out at their apartment complex at phoenix. this happened at 24th street and union hills. the firefighters say the home was destroyed. there is no word yet on what may have started it. the good news is no one was hurt. sheriff joe gentlemen's upcoming contempt of court trial has been postponed a district judge granted his request to delay because he said he needed more time to prepare. the trial was supposed to begin december 6. a new trial date has not been scheduled yet. the sheriff is charged of contempt, accused of defying another order to stop his imcongratulation patrols. he has pleaded not guilty. some people in buckeye are looking for answers about their sky high water bills. they went to city hall last night demanding answers. they say so far all they have gotten are excuses.
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bills have skyrocketed. most of them have been told by the city a leak is likely to blame, but they're not buying this. >> if the utility company is not willing to admit there could be another explanation, how can they begin to research this problem and how can they expect the people to believe they're trying to address their concern ? >> we think people are wasting it intentionally? absolutely not. but we think we need to identify where it is. we know it went through the meter, so we have to try to help them find out where he issue is. >> let's hope they figure it out. the city has set up a hotline and an e-mail dedicated to resolving the usage issues and say while it might take some time, they will be sure to get back to everybody. a jury just awarded nearly $3 million to the owner oh after downtown phoenix parking lot all because of light rail construction. don garrickson owns the parking lot rite across from the arena.
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back in 2006 after light rail construction cut off two of his driveways. he complained it decreased the value of his property and the jury agreed. well, if you have ever gotten stuck at one red light after another after another, you know how frustrating that can be when the signals are not timed properly. right now there is a group of valley cities adding technologies to dozens of stop lights to help ease that problem. the cities from scottsdale all the way to surprise will be adding stoplights. they rely on human operators to adjust the traffic lights, but this system would automate that. >> and as part of the technology it will let the signals adjust more on a real- time basis without having an operator do those physical changes. >> that would be great, wouldn't isn't it? you hit the jackpot, greens all the way down 7th avenue! the project should be completed by next year. and new at noon, now that
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slightly, more people are hitting our mountain trails and that leads to more mountain rescues, of course a hiker hurt his leg on camelback mountain. the fire crew had to hike up to him to get stabilize and use the helicopter to take him down the mountain. >> be careful. i know you're excited we're finally cool. >> and i talked to a scottsdale firefighter and he says it is not the elderly folk whose are slipping aened falling, it is the younger guys and girls who are running. >> it is not ever smart to run up the mountain. i don't care how good of shape you're in. >> or down the mountain. >> take in the views. >> that's what it is for. >> speaking of, we've got one right here. >> gorgeous! >> a couple of clouds out there. and looking good. camelback mountain. you the praying monk on the left. the trees are not moving a ton so good news out there. scanning the skies, we're clear at 1:07.
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most of the state is clear. we had a couple of early morning snow showers, high up on the mountain in flagstaff, u but that is it. the showers are starting to pop off in new mexico. there is a low pressure system that is going to back into the state. we call it a retro grade. we don't see it often, but that's how we're going get storms and they're going to start to develop as we get going in the overnight hours and tomorrow. look at the weather. 77 now in phoenix. 63 in winslow and 54 in ag apache junction is close. actually scottsdale, 79 degrees a close one there. we're going to take it up to 82 degrees out there for your high temperature, which is the normal high for this time of year. very nice evening on tap. temperatures in the mid 70s. what about rain chances for the valley, we could see some. i'll tell you when and where in a second. the perfect forecast. an iowa man is in custody after
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killing two police officers. the big question is why did he do this? plus, what do you do when your $4 million apartment on
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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. "i don't remember."
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welcome back. 13 people died in this fire at a karaoke lounge in vietnam. the flames quickly spread to three houses there. it took firefighters two hours to get this under control so they could search for victims. instructed the police to investigate and deal strictly with any potential code violations. kit be very difficult to reach the exits at these types of clubs in hanoi. an iowa man is in police custody wanted for questioning in the shooting death of two officers. it happened overnight. the arrest ends an hours long manhunt in and around des moines. we have the latest on this developing story from new york. >> reporter: the manhunt for a suspect in the shooting death
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over. 46-year-old scott green was arrested this morning in suburban des moines. the search for green began not long after two officers were found fatally shot in their patrol cars overnight. investigators are calling it an ambush. >> it doesn't look like there was any interaction between these officers, and they shot them while they were in their cars. >> reporter: the first officer was found dead just after 1:00 a.m. local time in urban daly, iowa, the second about 20 minutes later and just two miles away in s >> that is the best we got that we can explain. both of them were in their cars. >> reporter: at daybreak, police named gren a suspect. he was arrested a short time later just miles from the crime scene. the killings were a shock to the quiet community and to the police force which officers describe as a tight knit family. >> des moines is not a big city. we all know each other. so -- i mean, we're heart broken. >> reporter: so far no word on a possible motive. cbs news.
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judge is deciding whether or not to allow bill cosby's damaging 2005 deposition to be used as evidence in his upcoming sexual assault trial. cosby is charged with drugging and sexually assaulting a former temple university employee, this is back in 2004. coughs beau testified in a civil suit in 2005 and admitted giving her pills before the sexual encounter. his lawyer is claiming he only testified because the former district attorney promised him he would never face criminal charges cosby maintains the encounter was con sensual. the defense is also claiming cosby should not be prosecuted because he is legally blind now and can't identify his accusers. he faces up to 10 years in prison if convicted. a mom in arizona may have stopped a mass shooting in nevada. she overheard a. kevin: conversation between her child and another teenager online so she called police. this investigation led to a student at desert oasis high
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the police searched that student's home and did find evidence, but they haven't released anymore details at this point. >> we have every confidence that the school is safe, that no students are in danger. the student did not appear to have any vendetta against any other student. at this point, it looks like he was acting alone. >> more students have come forward and said they also heard about this alleged plot. the teenager suspect has been charged with terroristic threat. more charges could still be filed. we'll keep you posted on that. and somebody wrecked a mclauren super car in a street racing crash in southern california. the green car you see there was worth about a quarter of a millions. the police believe the driver was racing a dodge charger when he hit a third car and a light pole. the charger driver took off. the police say it is possible he didn't even know about this crash. the two people went to the hospital after this.
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check this out today. the dow is down about 47 points. it is at 17,988. a lot of red on the board. well, you have heard of the leaning tower of pita and now there may be a leaning tower in san francisco and the people who live there are not happy at all. the two bought an apartment on the 50th floor, the millennium so it was not cheap. and the cost the marble on the floor, it rolls to the northwest corner of the room. there it goes. and roll anytime another direction and it will eventually stop and roll back the other direction. >> they said it will withstand a magnitude 8.0 earthquake and beyond. >> the marble tell as different story. >> it does. >> oh, my goodness. what would you do? they say that the building
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they knew the building was leaning back in 2009, two years before they bought that apartment. there goes the marble again. it is getting worse they say. the city is look ing into this and is waiting for independent data to see think building safe. tonight is game seven of the world series and one way or another one of the two longest championship droughts in baseball is finally coming to an end. the cubs defeated the indians 9- 3 in game six and forced a game seven in cleveland tonight. so if be the first world series win since 1908. that is the longest drought in baseball ever. cleveland hasn't won since 1948. that is the second longest drought. >> it was -- was fire even invented back then? >> i don't know, but that is a long time and you and i are both routing for the cubs. >> why not. >> go get them! i think they deserve it. >> it has been a long time. >> people keep saying it. >> they deserve it. >> everybody is going to be
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>> i probably will. >> that is history. >> that is history. >> oh, boy. it is going to be a rough morning. let's take a step outside. a nice shot of the east valley a couple of clouds dancing around. all in all we're going with mostly sunny skies and a pretty bless about day. all the way up to new river. most of the state is dry for today, but that changes tomorrow. we haven't had rain in a good two weeks plus. keep in mind this is pay attention because we do have the rain chances, all because of the system that is bringing rain to new mexico now. it is going to back into the state from east to west a lot of our storms go from west to east, but nonetheless, we have a shot for rain late tonight into tomorrow. the temperatures are feeling great right now. mid 70s in the bend. mid 50s in flagstaff. in phoenix, we're sitting pretty at 77 degrees. the dew points are at 38 but we're going to see an increase
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cast to 10:00 p.m. tonight. here we go. starting to see showers develop over show low, maybe even payson. as we get into the overnight hours, the shower also continue to push to -- showers will continue to push to the northwest. tomorrow morning, we could see a shower or a thunderstorm over flagstaff. as we get going into the afternoon, that is going to be our best chance. here is the 2:00 view and we see the thunderstorms over show low, winslow, flagstaff, payson, and even so i around the valley. i don't think it is going to be a wash out. i don't think everyone is going to get rain, but we definitely have a chance. here we are thursday, 6:00 p.m., continuing to see the mountain showers. maybe even a shower in phoenix, but we really start to wind things down as we get going into friday. this is the middle of the night on thursday into friday, and more activity for show low. show low could pick up an inch of rain with this. the good news is if you don't
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62 in show low. the seven-day forecast looks like this. there is your thursday chance of rain. 84 degrees. so it will be breezy. friday, if we see anything, it is going to be early on and then a drying trend for your afternoon and beyond. the weekend looks great with slightly warmer temperatures. how about an 86-degree high on saturday with mostly sunny skies and then we turn up the heat, if you want to call it that, jaw little bit for sunday. a high of 87 degrees. >> so this rain that we might get thursdal morning? >> i think the best chance will be in the afternoon. i'm not ruling out a morning shower, but the best opportunity i think would be from, say, 10:00 a.m. to about 6:00 p.m. >> good to know. lerve be at work. >> hopefully. >> thank you. and we brought you baby pandas, panda parties, pandas playing in the snow, and this is -- yeah, this is our first panda stuck on top of a dam.
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welcome back, everybody. a panda rescue over a river in southwest china. workers at a hydro power station found this wild panda stuck on a narrow metal walkway at the top of a dam. they tried to get it to the river bank, but it became anxious. eventually they had to
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carried it to safety. new york's rockefeller center has picked out its annual christmas tree. and the crews are moving wires and conductors so they can cut it down safely. they actually have pretty specific rules for this tree. it must be a noserway spruce that is 75 feet tall and 45 feet in diameter. it must also be near the end of its life. still to come on cbs 5 news, we're going to have your la
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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'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. 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
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sabrina's uncle continued to rape her - and arpaio did nothing. rapes, assaults, even child molestation, remain uninvestigated, while arpaio focuses on his personal agenda. arpaio talks tough, but doesn't keep us safe. >> ne insider,amy adams steamy surpris
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two very different all right do we take our umbrellas with us tomorrow? i would. have them handy. definitely a chance of rain. ant 30%. and then it starts to clear up by friday. one and done. the weekend is dry and slightly warmer. >> it doesn't matter. we're in the 80s. we haven't been there the a long time. >> and thank you and thank you for choosing join us back here at 5:00. have a great day! cbs 5a, your online home for free news an information, brought to you by express flooring. you have never seen body builders like these. they are all kids.
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? >> steffy: i knew you were making progress, but i never expected this. look at you. downstairs, on your feet. >> ridge: here, let me help you. take it easy. >> eric: i... i can manage. >> ridge: okay. >> quinn: all right. you want a pillow for your back? >> eric: no. >> quinn: you good? >> eric: yeah. >> pam: we know you got a ways to go, eric, but with thanksgiving just around the corner, seeing you like this, it gives us all the more reason to be thankful this year.


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