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a couple with children reportedly renting the property for the last 6 months, and according to the property owners, a dozen teenage boys and said to be in a club basketball team. but according to the city councilman who lives in the area, there was more going on at this home. >> they bring in youth from other parts of the country and they rent out a home and they stack as many kids as into the home. and they put them out selling door-to-door, usually magazines but the individuals never get them. >> it's strange in this neighborhood. you wouldn't expect it. >> we should tell you, no one was arrested here today in this case. a case that we're told originated out of the state of virginia. a spokesperson for the u.s. attorney's office there told us
only thing he could confirm there was law enforcement activity at the ahwatukee home and clearly more questions than answers and we'll continue to monitor this. do you recognize this man? look here. sheriff's deputies want him off the streets. he walked into the circle-k an showed the clerk automatic and then demanded cash. they want to make an arrest. if you have information, call the sheriff's office. police arrested a repeat sex offender, they said he exposed himself inside a valley wal-mart. he was arrested last night. he did a year and a half behind bars for a crime in 2011 and now facing new felony charges.
this video, pretty tough to watch, two people dead after a wrong-way driver triggered this fiery crash on loop 101 and other drivers tried to stop it but couldn't get the driver to stop. we talked to one the witnesses and he joins us live. >>reporter: these other drivers said the suspected drunk driver walked up to them at this circle-k and as pump 1, that white toyota there. when they tried to help him, he got violent and he got back in his car and we know it was too late. just after 3:00 a.m., a driver going the wrong way eastbound in a westbound lane near 51st avenue and he crashed into another car and it hit a freeway wall an caught fire.
friends were at the circle-k and they noticed him pull up and stumbled and slurring with his words. >> he walked up and said i need money to get home and he's like, he talks but it's gibberish, and when you're drinking you don't understand people much and it just happened and we tried to save his life. >> he said he offered to give him a road home. w thru and parked from a moment and then sped off and witnesses said they called 911. i just spoke to another woman who tried to reason with him. she said the man's last words to her before he drove off were pray for me, i'm going to die. we're waiting for the names of
crash. >> horrible situation. traffic was snarled along i- 10 eastbound because of this mess. a truck lost its load of hay just east of the i-10 and i-17 split. about 20 hay bales were tossed onto the interstate and traffic was backed up until the crews got it cleaned up. fire investigators are happened near 29th and northern, they said the home is abandoned and no one was inside and it's not clear how this fire started. what incredible weather. let's look at the forecast. beautiful day for hikers and in the 60s this morning and 82 was the high. that's where we should be. showers to the north and
and south. and look outside. 78 and perfect. and 70s by 9:00 p.m. we'll have the forecast in a few minutes. remember those puppies stolen from the shelter? they're back safe. security cameras caught them leaving the arizona animal welfare league. we've learned that the pups were dumped on the canal behind the shelter. two people found them and brought them back and the shelter said after they get the all clear, they're up for adoption. a former fundraiser for john mccain's re-election campaign pled guilty to drug possession. a search warrant was served and
new, phoenix mayor looking for a new job? he put his left over funds from his mayoral run into the secretary of state run. state law requires politicians put it into accounts for state office or return it. he said he's not making an announcement about future runs and calls being the mayor of phoenix his dream job. right no arizona preparing the stop for candidates leading to november 8. hillary clinton will be in the valley tomorrow, and holding a rally at asu, doors open at 3:30 p.m. and the event begins at 6:30 p.m. we'll stream it live on our website, cbs 5az and our mobile app as well. and tim kaine will be in
spanish and learning that donald trump's running mate is coming to the valley and holds an event at the mesa convention center tomorrow, it begins at 10:00 a.m. dozens of frustrated homeowners are expected to show up at the council meeting tonight. sky high water bills over the past couple of months are mistakes. donna rossi is live and this is >> it really is, you know, the water issue is not on the formal agenda but people are showing up to address the council during the public comments section, right at beginning of the meeting. for weeks, we've been reporting on buckeye residents receiving unbelievably high water bills and one got a bill close to
enough to fill backyard swimming pools. they received the complaints and they'll investigate the complaints but the city has kept the residents on the hook for the high bills. tonight, residents are going to make their voices heard. we're told between 40-100 residents will show up and because of the item not being on the council agenda. members are not going to residents are letting them know something needs to be done. we'll bring you the latest at 6:30. next, explosion in alabama. look at this. it triggered a state of panic. this could now cause a shortage
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six people dead after a school bus and a commuter bus crash in baltimore. that's one of our five stories in 55 seconds. it rear ended a car and then veered into oncoming traffic. no children were on the school bus. federal investigators are now looking into the accidents. drivers in the southeast bracing for gas shortages after a deadly pipeline explosion alabama. it shut down the pipeline which supplies gas to millions in the region. bill cosby challenges a sexual assault claim, filed by 13 women. the judge asked to let other accusers to testify.
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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,
>> he said the recent hike of premiums for people with insurance through the affordable care act proves that the plan doesn't work. and before coming to the valley, hillary clinton campaigned in florida. she said she's got nothing to hide as the fbi reopens their investigation into her private server. >> by all means, look at them. >> but the scandal hurting her campaign. a poll shows donald trump with a 1 point lead. and the fbi said it's searching fast as it can for e- mails that came through her private server. thousands discovered during a search owned by the estranged husband of top aide huma abedin. jeff pegues reports. >> the fbi is searching his
mails belonging to hillary clinton's long time aide. she learned for the first time that a laptop belonging to mr. weiner could contain e-mails of hers. >> it's just wrong, you don't get to be a smearer with derogatory information. >> i'll neither defend nor criticize what director comey has decided to communicate to the public about this investigation. on monday, they dismissed claims that actions were political. the president doesn't believe that he's trying to influence the outcome of an election.
strategic apologizing to benefit anyone. >> about the review, that the department of justice said they're dedicating all necessary resources and taking appropriate steps as expeditiously as possible. >> over the last days, we've not spoken with anyone that by-election day. big reminder, get your early ballot in the mail today. the recorder's office said they're taking longer to deliver mail and they want to make sure your ballot is delivered on time in case there's a delay. ballots must be received by next tuesday to count.
for president but whether to legalize recreational marijuana. if all of the measures pass, a quarter of the u.s. population would live in a state where pot allowed and how this sends a strong message to congress. >> this is today's pot, the ads are ominous. >> you decide and the stakes are high. those who support recreational pot say it could be a tipping point over the most popular drug. >> marijuana is now at the forefront of politics. if we win big, we can end prohibition for marijuana. >> that includes banking laws that prohibit banks and credit
off marijuana sales. >> california the largest state in the country is the most important battle ground. >> this is a david and goliath fight for us on the no for legalization. we're fighting against massive corporate interest and they've out sent us 15 to 1. >> the marijuana measure is going to pass in california but in arizona and nevada, the polls are closer. both are using washington's experience to support the argument. colorado legalized it 4 years ago and governor hickenlooper said it hasn't been easy. >> even with the problems and the challenges, i think we might be able to do it, i'm not confident on other states, telling them to go for i it. and right now, could legalizing marijuana here cut
cartels? we have those answers, just download our app to see the answers. what a day today in the valley. fall is back and we hit our average high, 82. this was the high and now 78. sunset is 15 minutes away and you can see the winds are calm. we're going to stay nice for tomorrow. just incredible across the midwest. a cleveland. i'm not going to tell you the score. 72 in cleveland. and well above average. and our forecast, right now average and cloud coverage, you'll see stray showers around the north and south. and cloud cover and look at futurecast, calm day tomorrow and a chance of rain and
of the workweek and notice, moisture is pushing in. and showers from here in the valley all of the way up north. best chance in the high country and seeing an improving forecast over the weekend. and a high of 82 tomorrow and that 7-day forecast, lower 80s thursday and there's a chance of rain. and 20% chance of rain the weekend, looks good and then a big warm up next week. highs back to the 90s monday and tuesday. pace yourself. pace yourself. ? we are the champions, we are
james corden has nothing to worry about. and we're celebrating sharing the ride, it's ride share month. today was the 29th annual clean air awards luncheon and we honored the champions for clean air. get it? >> you can see the entire clip on my facebook page it as well. >> you sound great, nice job. >> randy johnson's home is for
a paradise valley mansion as a big asking price. former diamondback randy johnson has his home listed, $25 million, 25,000 square feet and 7 bedrooms and 12 bathrooms and sits on 5-acres and an 11- car garage. how hard for something that big? >> you're talking about landscaping? >> i think of that when i think of that. i couldn't take care of it. >> if you can afford a house like that, you can afford someone to take care of it for you. >> he's not the most famous
new police chief. here's a look inside of the home. >> from a young age, they taught me the difference between right and wrong and how to treat people and carrying your name and family name and how important that is. i've messed up a couple of times. and i learned. >> they would at the mall and if something wasn't right, i knew about it before they got home. let's have a talk or a conversation. >> i knew everything they did was out of the love. and we have dinner and lunch together and talk about problems and what is going on in the world and you know, different stuff. and i think we're close now.
husband and allen, we talk about these issues. and we don't always agree, i'm able to as a police chief, hear the conversation and what is going on in a 23-year-old man of color's brain. >> his dad is the former city councilman and the youngest member of the family, a basketball player and played for the suns and scores his first two points.
this is cbs 5 news. the developing, two people are dead, killed in a wrong way crash near loop 101, both drivers before the crash, witnesses told dps said they saw the driver pull up to the circle-k and he seemed drunk. this wrong way accident raises the question of what can be done to stop these crashes and