tv 12 News Today NBC November 29, 2016 6:00am-7:00am MST
of the tunnel? what coach bruce arians had to say about the cards chance of making the playoffs. we begin with the cold.. winter weather has a grip on flagstaff. punching a woman in the face. and, is there light at the end of the tunnel? what coach bruce arians had to say about the cards chance of making the playoffs. right now on 12 today - while you were sleeping.. tragedy in colombia.. as plane carrying a professional soccer team crashes.. killing nearly everyone on board. plus, new details about a flagstaff officer caught on camera... punching a woman in the face. and, is there light at the end of the tunnel?
cards chance of making the playoffs. we begin with the cold.. winter weather has a grip on flagstaff. schools have we begin with the cold.. winter weather has a grip on flagstaff. schools have canceled class today - and n-a-u won't start until morning. the national weather service predicted a slight chance of snow overnight - krystle.. did they get any fresh powder?
adlib traffic happening today - we get our first look at a memorial built in honor of adlib traffic happening today - we get our first look at a memorial built in honor of the 19 granite mountain hotshots who died fighting the yarnell hill fire.. team 12's brandon hamilton is live in our satellite center with a our satellite center with a preview and when
we will never forget the horrific day, june 30, 2013 when 19 granite mountain hotshot firefighters were killed battling the yarnell hill fire.... and tomorrow, a long awaited memorial is set to open to the public to honor the fallen heroes..... there will be a dedication of the new granite mountain hotshots memorial state park this morning..... the park is located 2 miles south of yarnell on state route 89.... the hotshots trail is 2.85 miles long......along the way, every 600 feet, there will be granite plaques set into rocks that show a photo and story of each fallen hotshot. once you reach the observation deck, you will be able to see the site 400 feet below where the brave men lost their lives as well as the town of yarnell.... there will also be a tribute wall available to leave mementos in honor of the fallen firefighters..... you can also hike down to the site where the men made their final stand to pay your respects so you are encouraged to dress appropriately and bring plenty of water for the at least 4 hour roundtrip hike.... the dedication ceremony is set for nine thirty this morning and will be streamed live on 12 news dot com..... happening today -
we have new details on the flagstaff police officer-- caught on camera-- punching a woman in the face. flagstaff police tell 12 news that they have talked with or are in the process of talking with ten people who saw the incident between officer jeff bonar and marissa morris. the internal review is on- going-- and the department is also still deciding if morris did anything that would warrant charges. breaking overnight - police say five people have survived a plane crash carrying 81 people, including a brazilian soccer team. officials say the team was heading to colombia for a tournament when the plan way to medellin . thousands of cubans will gather again today to pay tribute to fidel castro. the tribute is part of a national period of mourning for the former leader. neither president obama nor vice president biden will attend castro's memorial service. the cardinals got a little help last night in their desperate push to make the playoffs. the green bay packers beat the philadelphia eagles on monday night.. 27-13 behind two touchdowns passes from
eagles are now both .. 5 and 6 on the season. and that's good news for the cardinals.. stop stop stop so you're saying there's a chance? cardinals coach bruce arians... talking about sunday's loss with a glass half full kind of despite losing 3 out of their last 4.. the cardinals can still make the playoffs. especially because they play several teams.. with similar records.. fighting for two wildcard spots. including a big game sunday against the redskins... which brings us to our 12 today poll question. go back to the beginning of the season.. sports illustrated gave the cardinals the nfl preseason cover and claimed this would be their year! a cardinals super bowl win was imminent. it's still possible..
the film also stars jack black, kevin hart and nick jonas.. who the teen girls will love to hang out with on set i am sure. filming is schdeduled for next week and will make for amazing christmas time story to share with family and friends... stop stop stop - sound full the voice will say goodbye to two more contestants tonight.. cutting the top 10 to the elite 8. and it's all up to you, the viewers. find out who survives tonight on the live results show. there will also be two performances by music icon "dolly parton"... promoting her new n-b-c television movie "christmas of many colors." you can watch "the voice" tonight at 7... right here on channel 12.
remember those who could really use a helping hand in our community. survey.. here in arizona, we're not as charitable as we think we are. in actual 'giving'.. we are ranked number 50... as in dead last. and like us, many of you found that hard to believe. especially after the huge outpouring of support we received on turkey tuesday. team 12's mark curtis has more. 28-35 beckyp 54-100 chriss 115-123 stevez that might be true for emily
personal-finance website wallethub and their annual report on "most charitable states," arizonans ranked 35th in volunteering and 50th in charitable giving which takes into account the amount in dollars we donate annually. recovering indeed... to date, our annual turkey tuesday drive has generated over $395- thous the study weights things like "volunteer rates" and "percentage of income donated," but clearly arizonans find value by contributing in other ways... and when it comes to charity, arizonans also look to invest in the future..."giving tuesday" is excellent opportunity for us to help charities like st vincent de paul. you can continue
through tomorrow at bashas and food city.. or donate online by visiting 12 news dot com slash turkey tuesday. we want to thank ev feed those who could use a helping hand this holiday season. still ahead on 12 today - waiting in the wings.. porch pirates are out and ready to snatch your online purchases. how you can stop them.. before they reach the door-step. plus, frozen until it's killed. how a new technology is being used to treat breast cancer patients..
right now on 12 today - arizona said yes to raising minimum right now on 12 today - arizona said yes to raising minimum wage... but it's not enough for some workers.. as they keep up the fight for $15. has the ratings drop gotten to the nfl? what league execs are saying bout a report.. to limit thursday night football. no more free hugs. why a guy trying to spread some cheer.. was arrested. adlib weather today - arizona said yes to raising minimum wage...
built in honor of the 19 granite mountain hotshots who died fighting the yarnell hill fire.. team 12's brandon hamilton is live in our satellite center with a preview and when it will open to the public. we will never forget the horrific day, june 30, 2013 when 19 granite mountain hotshot firefighters were killed battling the yarnell hill fire.... and tomorrow, a long awaited memorial is set to open to the public
the online deals you score this week could end up being swiped. as more people buy online and wait for their package to be delivered.. thieves are also lurking in your neighborhood.. waiting to snatch your boxes. a recent survey found 23-million americans have had packages stolen. so what can you do? experts say redirect your packages to a secure location - an amazon locker or fedex office. use a video doorbell so you can keep an eye on your front step at all times. also, a garage door opener you can control from anywhere so your delivery man can drop off inside. or, as team 12's monique griego found out.. make nice with your neighbors. it could pay-off...
experts say redirect your packages to a secure location - an amazon locker or fedex office. use a video doorbell so you can keep an eye on your front step at all times. also, a garage door opener you can control from anywhere so your delivery man can drop off inside. or, as team 12's monique griego found out.. make nice with your neighbors. it could pay-off...
duck boots. are you guys familiar with the duck boot? one of our producers likes to call it the mullet cut of boots .. a little business on top, party on the bottom. okay, well demand for the iconic duck boots is so high that l-l bean is kicking it up a notch to quench that thirst. they've leased a larger building and plan to install a third injection-molding machine to rubber soles. it's also hiring 100 more workers in the new year to make the boots. the last two holiday seasons saw l.l. bean's duck boot go on backorder due to popularity. tis' the season for sharing.. unless you don't
listen to this... a canadian man in a "free hugs" t- shirt has been fined for his king gestures. he was stopped for offering hugs to people at a montreal subway station. tommy boucher has been giving free hugs for a yea stations around the city for the past year. last week, he said a transit officer asked him to show a permit for his activity. he didn't have one-- so he was fined. it was later withdrawn-- and he was warned to stop offering the hugs. juicy question of the morning. a majority of couples disagree
scientists understand the role of religion in decision-making. it's a new method of treating breast cancer. the non-surgical procedure is called cryoablation, or tumor freezing, where the cancer is frozen until it's killed. according to one breast surgeon... surgery may be overtreatment for certain small breast cancers. team 12's janet zappala explains. cryoablation has
been used for many years on liver, skin and cervical cancers, but it's a somewhat new method for treating certain breast cancers. the frost trial is currently underway... but it could be a treatment option for breast cancer patients in the near future. traffic adlib traffic adlib weather checking your hot headlines -
investigators hope social media can offer clues for why abdul razaq ali artan attacked his fellow students. police say artan, an ohio state freshman, drove his car onto a busy sidewalk yesterday on the columbus campus then stabbed several students with a butcher knife. a campus police officer shot and killed him. police say 18- year-old artan was a student. he was a somali native living in the u-s legally. his family came to the u-s from pakistan in 2014 after fleeing violence in somalia. shortly before yesterday's attack - police say artan posted on facebook. he said attacks on muslims around the world quote "led to a boiling point" and that he couldn't take it anymore. he also mentioned lone wolf attacks. wildfires raging through tennessee have forced thousands to evacuate their homes. the tennessee mountain resort towns of gatlinburg and pigeon forge
evacuation orders monday night. wind gusts up to 70 mph frustrated fire crews battling at least 14 fires burning close to the resort towns' hotels and popular tourist attractions. a drone operated by facebook - has crashed in yuma while on a test flight. no one was hurt - but the drone was destroyed. it was being tested with hopes of deliverying wireless internet to more than a billion people worldwide. the cause of the crash is not known. new this morning - the nfl is denying a report that it is thinking about limitg games. pro football talk first reported there are talks about cutting back on games.. but nothing can be done until 20-18 when tv contracts are up. the league issued a statement to cnbc... saying they're fully committed to thursday night football... and any reports to the contrary are unfounded.