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>> reporter: yeah. both were wearing bulletproof vests and they found a bullet in the center of the vest, over the officer's chest. he is still in the icu tonight because he took a bullet to the arm that went through his chest. he has been with the department for four years. his partner a 7 year veteran. he is recovering at home tonight after being shot in the leg. both are with the specialunet that goes after the worse the worse. this morning they went to arrest a 27-year-old after tracking him down at an apartment complex. he was wanted for aggravated assault and police say he opened fire. the officers shot back, he was killed. back up ran to start first aid till medics got there. this is the second time a suspect has opened fire on officers in tucson in the last two months. the chief of police saying
willing to attack police. >> a dangerous job. so thinking of their families tonight. thank you. hundreds turning out for a tacoma, washington police officer taken too soon. lighting candles and remembering rodney irish -- jake gutierrez. a woman said her husband locked her out of the house. jake gutierrez was shot as he went to speak with the suspect. >> 11 lives lost tennessee fires. search teams will go out on one last sweep to make sure no one is missing. at this red cross shelter a message board leaving notes about missing loved ones, others offering help. people may be able to return home as soon as tomorrow to see what is left. but tonight a look at the resort that burned that continues to smolder. tonight a tipping point as surprise police investigate
side, 32-year-old from wickenburg. police are calling it suspicious and now they are asking for tips. new at 10:00 p.m. more information about a scam in the valley. police arrested this man, he pretended to be a woman online luring in men for dates and robbing them. we stopped by the address he gave it was a front. the person telling us the crime went down in front of their home. the fbi on a new case. two people accused of ramming police cars at talking stick resort & casino. officers shot at them but no one was hit. they were caught when their car broke down. accident or set on purpose? neighbors say this fire is arson which is something the investigators are sorting out.
flames over night. no one was hurt but neighbors have a bad feeling about this one. how loud is too loud? the question the city council is trying to answer is when should parties be told to turn it down? abc's jon erickson is at thepeting. one issue is perception. >> reporter: they don't want to be known as the loudest town inars. that the what they in arizona. that is what they said tonight. [ music playing ] >> reporter: that was an attorney for an hoa playing music to show sound levels. they say they could become the loudest town in arizona if changes to a noise ordinance go through. one man says the proposal is way off base. >> this proposal is ridiculous. i think staff should be
forward. like if you asked staff to recommend what is an ideal weight for a person and they said 800 pounds. we would go wow! that is way out there. that is wrong. >> the mayor said their staff works hard. they want residents to be able to enjoy peace and quiet and also allow businesses that put on parties to be successful. an official said they had noise complaints this year but some are for planes, helicopters and people walking too loudly inside apartments. no decision made here yet. back to you. >> thank you. this is no ordinary pizza party. a group celebrating sheriff joe arpaio's departure. and also warning about our incoming president. they say donald trump's agenda
for it. >> an agenda that is nod inclusive. calling for divisions and hate and we will organize people to stand up against hate. >> donald trump talking about stopping racism tonight. more on his ohio visit in moments but he has picked one more person for his team. retired general james matusz as keep using private jails to house immigrants facing deportation and telling i.c.e. to limit holding times to less than 72 hours. three people have died in i.c.e. custody during the last two month. the most recent here in arizona. new at 10:00 p.m. takingash to prescribe pain killers for profit. a doctor and his wife accused in our state.
he already lost his license over the hand outs in arizona and now suspended in wyoming as well. due in court tomorrow. neighborhood caught up in detective work. police were here to arrest a man who stole a car. this is our first look at him. police say he ditched the car and tried to get away. he is now facing charges. guns and ammunition. locked in the basement of the state building that hands out checks. the former director was building his own police force to protect his offices. they seed the guns as soon as he was forced to resign last week. new tonight a message as loved ones remember a boy, they are 1ing of all the -- warning of all the things kids see on the internet. he was found dead in his room.
choking themselves to pass out. they will old an event in his honor raising awareness about these games. >> all the videos -- n.ly my baby -- unfortunately my baby didn't -- [ indiscernible ] >> next saturday in surprise. posts causing a school district to send a parents. you won't believe the request that has department of homeland security investigators involved. a letter sent home with students after parents came porward alerting administrators someone was asking their kids to send inappropriate pictures on instagram. the school gave out tips to help keep students safe, set accounts to private and parents
a pilot project in phoenix right now, the idea inspired by the alleys in austin, seattle, denver and detroit. the goal is to take the trash out and create vibrant spaces. the inspiration coming from traveling abroad. >> the most memorable alleys in madrid and barcelona. >> the project will be funded by business ne community groups. a break down in buckeye dealing with the water bills. $700, $2,000. one month into the new service we told you about the city received 145 calls. of those half of the cases have been closed. sounds like leaks and other problems have been identified in 25 of your complaints. there were also billing airers and broken meters. just in, a mix up after the
at a florida credit union. this clarification on twitter. they gave the wrong name during a presidential election. a hostage's name -- during a press conference. the hostage's name instead of the gunman. he surrendered and none of the hostages were hurt. tomorrow the bodies of those killed in a plane crash in columbia will be flown home. the plane ran out of fuel. the company no longer allowed to fly. on track for delivery but a cargo ship is now bits and pieces of debris. burned off after launch. the last supply went up in
valley, it semans to expand. ating 500 jobs in the next 5 years. it employs 1200 people at two arizona locations. christmas tree troubles , for years people rejoiced over this group of trees along a stretch of missouri highway. less jolly thanks to the department of transportation. >> there was a ton of them there stripping the trees. >> workers removeload the lights from the trees along the highway -- removed all the lights from the trees along the highway. the lack of permits and safety hazards ended the tradition. till somebody gets the okay to put them back up. tracking changes happening now as the next storm system
impacts to the state, more snow chances in the higher terrain tomorrow with windy weather in western arizona tomorrow. plus the impacts we could see in the valley still ahead in your forecast. some fell for the fake fuser tonight may still get scammed post election, what to watch out for. >> our state getting the moving industry. >> a miracle, all the buzz in the valley, the te there is a place, like no other. where a walk down main street, can fill you with wonder. and the smile of a mouse can spark joy. where magic is spread with every touch, and always leaves you wanting even more.
this is my park. i'm like the mayor here. i know every bench, every tree, every squirrel -- -hey, what's up, andy. -andy: hey! same with my banking. with my bank of america mobile banking app, i can see my accounts all in one place. i can easily manage them and if something doesn't look right, i'm going to know. plus, i can set up alerts to help detect unusual activity. so i feel secure. morning. hey, abby. like i said. the mayor. a lot of thank yous to deliver so where will donald trump stop next on his victory tour? iowa. that is the buzz in ohio. telling supporters we have to
>> denounce all the hatred and reject the language of exclusion and separation. we are going to come together. it is better. it is better . >> before hinder where he said he is building the wall. the wall will have doors to allow legal immigration. right now the magazine cover that created waves after the election. you remember this news week madam president cover went out early and it recalled. selling for $10,000. but be wear, the company that printed the cover says only 17 sold and there are hundreds online. don't get scammed. a warning shot or not, there is no warning for a 15- year-old boy who fired a shotgunane utah classroom. he is locked up facing charges. a teacher and student tried to talk to the boy till his parents showed up and took the guns from him.
ammunition . the families of the victims lost in the sandy hook elementary school massacre will possibly sue the gun maker who used the rifle used in the killings. the court will hear the case after a lower court threw it out. tracing the money. a group in minneapolis calling out wells fargo for funding companies building the danica -- the dakota access oil pipeline saying it would the water. studio 48 is the new face of arizona's film industry. cities helped with filming in arizona but now they will make sure arizona is the back drop. a test that would make any fitness junky quiver. the fbi phoenix field office
test. it involves cardio, four rounds where you must score 12 or more points. >> being a special agent could be mentally draining and the fitness helps you. >> if you think you can beat the clock and score enough points, they are hiring, just go to www.abc15.com for more information. from melt down to mellowed out in minutes. a from dealing with anxiety to detressing, nohelani graf shows us it is having a huge impack on students with autismch -- impact on students with autism. >> reporter: these are the things that make up his story. >> arizona. south park. >> reporter: another piece.
story going on in my head. plot and everything. >> reporter: those stories get in his way. he will start pacing. can't focus. >> agstated -- agitated. >> reporter: after a life time of trying medications, therapies, a small new piece fell into place. that is the sound of his nervous system stimulated by buzzies. his mom says the change is incident. >> for him to be calm and doing his work is amazing. >> feel like i stumbled upon a miracle. >> reporter: she took a therapy of simulation and mobilized it. and you control it with your phone. >> it interferes with your
for her clients and her own home. >> mother of two children who need them. >> reporter: with results came a vision. possibilities beyond her kids. >> we can give people access to stress relief all around the world and have more peace, better performance. >> reporter: small pieces, big in phoenix, nohelani graf, abc 15 news. >> simple idea. >> i know. wonder if we could get some here. [ talking at the same time ] a campaign launched to start marketing them and hours ago they hit their $15,000 goal. >> we put a link on our website if you like to order them. they start around $200 but you can apply to get one for free. snow in the higher terrain. abc 15 desert doppler.
along i-40. approaching williams. along the highway, chino valley. started in the higher terrain west of there this evening and spread from there. off to the north and northeast. spotty snow showers across northeastern arizona as well. this is over the forest area and down to the south, near the rim and white mountains. very isolated and spotty at this hour. more to come. tomorrow, the chance for snow northern arizona. moisture wrap around the storm system that we are tracking as it sinks to the south and that will produce spotty rain showers across south east arizona. chances there too and going into saturday a chance for snow again near the white mountains before the system clears out of here. not going to see an impact in the valley, we don't see any rain chances.
valley. to the west, all along western portions of the state, wind have is in play for -- advisories in play for tomorrow. these spots could feel gusts up to 50 miles per hour and sustained wind over 20 and close to 35 at times in the afternoon forecast. here is what it looks like tomorrow. tomorrow 4:00 p.m. you can see the northwest pocket of the state seeing the strongest winds. our wind less than 10 hour. breeze tee the north. saturday breezes will pick up more across the state. breezy winds in the valley with gusts near 20 miles per hour saturday afternoon. may be breezy by 6:00 p.m. and wind back off after that with temperatures 60 degrees as the parade begins at 7:00 p.m. and dropping into the 50. right now 53. winds calm. humidity 36%. peoria 48. mesa 49.
the rim. 20s in those spots now and tonight those locations down into the teens. flagstaff 15. window rock 16. freezes across the northern half of the state again. tomorrow mid-40s in payson, sedona and prescott and 60s across central arizona and to the west too. our high and low tomorrow will be below average. 5 degrees below average high temperature. mesa 62. and in the west valley highs 62 in goodyear and glendale as well. next 7 days for you, warmer through the weekend. back near average, upper 60s saturday and sunday. dry for the valley. scattered showers up north. breezes tuesday and a drop in temperatures. they are there to save lives. not risk them. what is bad about being watched
video. firefighters behind the wheel say enough. this is too much like big brother. the baltimore fire department installed cameras in every vehicle to learn from bad moves on the road but some firefighters say the city is taking it too far. and their jobs are on the line after 3 to 5 strikes. >> folks think they were lied to and when you get down to ait they were. they were -- to it they were. th we want to make is you safer drivers. >> firefighters say they are being safe and saving lives lives and they want the program revamped. las vegas helping to catch crooks. vegas safe cams. like the program in peoria. homeowners can partner with police and register their home surveillance video. if a crime goes down police
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seven receptions away from the third most in nfl history. number three on the all time list. many say he racked up the hall of fame numbers quietly. >> i play in arizona. [ laughter ] >> yeah. i care about my performances. care about, you know, going out there and doing what i am capable of doing. that amounts list, i have pride in competing at the highest level and being the leader of my team. >> class act. what a surprise. the next time you think about wins and losses and ties, remember we still have larry fitzgerald. which is nice. >> always count on him. no shave december that sheriff's office. nothing to do with the cold.
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