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the incident happened in an elevator inside a sprawling campus near main street and alma school. the victim claims a male student sexually assaulted her after the two exchanged a hug. the female student told a teacher and the school notified mesa police. the incident hand on september 15. the two classmates are in the east valley institute law enforcement program. in a statement, the school tells us they immediately notified police when the student notified the teacher. the male student has with drawn from school and that are recommending charges against him. both the victim and suspect are under age, we don't know much about their identities, especially the suspect but we're hearing the suspect may be charged as an assault.
more when that happens. following up on a murder in guadalupe. the suspect telling investigators he killed his friend because he insulted his girlfriend. the suspect ramon contreras turned himself in. he had been drinking and smoking pot throughout the day and shot his friend while he was sleeping. he is facing first-degree murder. sad ending to a search for a national park west. pima sheriff's office found the body near the hughes trail head. he got separated from his group while hiking on saturday. temperatures were about 95 degrees there and it is believed the death is heat related. are you flying out of sky harbor next month? there could be delays. that are closing one of the
back. the north runway will be closed from october 6 until november 6. the other two runways will remain open but 30-minute delays are possible during peak travel hours. passengers should check their flight status before heading to the airport. >> reporter: out with the old and in with the new, this concrete tarmac was head back in 1941 here at mesa-gateway airport and now it is time for a facelift. >> we're about to replace one million square feet of concrete. just to put that into perspectives that is 17 football fields including end zones. it will be thicker and handle larger aircraft. >> reporter: this concrete is historic. it was holding up planes during world war ii. although they are breaking it up
>> instead of throwing away history, we're going to recycle it and use it as the base for the new concrete. >> reporter: the director of the airport says the project is proof of how vital this airport has become. >> we're getting nonstop destinations. we're working hard on facility and infrastructure improvements. >> doing big business over there. $1.3 billion into the economy each year. this project will cost $10 million. a restaurant owner is causing controversy by posting a sign that says muslims get out. dan says he put up the sign after the stabbing in minnesota.
attack, which may be tied to the islamic state. >> it is time people started standing up and not worrying about the p.c. crowd and do what is right. we're not targeting the muslims in general just the extremists. it is my right and i am going to stand up and i wish more people would do it. >> he says the outpouring support has been bigger than the backlash and he had to bring in extra stf president obama delivering his final speech as president to the united nations general assembly. he urged world leaders to work together to increase safety and prosperity. >> so i believe at this moment, we all face a choice. we can choose to press forward with a better model of cooperation and integration or
sharply divided and ultimately in conflict. >> the president delivered a dig to presidential candidate donald trump saying "a nation by walls wouldn't imprison itself." >> we'll see how it is playing in america. you decide 2016, a poll show thals hillary clinton is gaining little ground against donald trump. she is separating a little 45% of likely voters will cast their ballot for secretary clinton. meantime, both candidates continuing to focus on national security. who is tougher on terror? both hillary clinton and donald trump trying to convey to voters it is them. trump pushing back on claims that his rhetoric helps isis
to radical islamic terror provides aid and conflict to the enemy. we know that hillary clinton has demonstrated she is unfit for always. >> reporter: trump's campaign shows a strong effort to tap into the young vote. >> you shouldn't relax on november 8. you should get everyone to vote, right? >> reporter: younger voters vots who typically lean clinton targeting millennials and african americans. >> hillary clinton will create more jobs, make college debt free and change the laws that keeps people in prisons for too long. >> reporter: a new poll out today shows clinton ahead of trump by five points but down from last month. her lead narrowing by half. >> if you would like more news
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they were one of the most powerful couples in hollywood. today, shocking news. announcement that angelina jolie has filed for divorce from brad pitt. why else, irreconcilable differences. the couple has been together for 12 years but got married just two years ago. "tmz" broke this story this morning and joins us live from los angeles. gary, what the heck happened? these two had a 10 or 11 year relationship and then it unravels since they tied the knot. >> 12, they have been together since 2004. here is what it is going to come down to is the children. angelina filed because she is fed up with brad's consumption of weed, alcohol, and what she
family from whatever may come of that. in her filing, she is requesting soul fill custody of the six children. she does not want brad to have jointsdz physical custody so that is going to be huge. she is saying he can have visitation but she wants to be the primary parent. she is requesting that he can have joint legal custody, which means he is a stay in medical brad has not filed his response. if brad says he wants joint physical custody of the kids then the fight starts. if brad gives in and says you have primary physical custody it may not be as bad. this is gearing up to be nasty with the kids at the center of it, which i'm sure brad and angelina did not want to happen but here we are.
weed on the part of brad pitt and physicality, anger issues, was this known? have you sniffed that out before? >> i want to address the physicality, we don't know what anger issues entails. it could be emotional or physical. we don't know the extent of anger issues. as far as the marijuana use, brad was a stoner back in day when we was with jen aniston he talked about it. some of his partying stories are legendary around hollywood. what is interesting and we posted a clip on tmz.com is back in 2009, brad said after he became a father he stopped smoking weed. he had to be alert and take care of the kids so the fact that angelina is saying weed and alcohol has become a problem that is a stark contrast to brad
that. i think going forward, we're going to hear more about it but clearly there are differing views on how much partying and consumption of things he was doing. >> brad pitt did release a statement late today saying "i am saddened by this but what matters most now is the well being of our kids.". i kindly ask them to give them the privacy they jolie is not asking for spousal support. the power of social media helps to return a wedding ring to its owner after it was lost at sea. the ring was down there in the ocean. the diver found it off of the coast of spain last month. she posted the picture on social media, which was shared more than 80,000 times. a month later, the ring's owner
been returned. the owner lost the ring 37 years ago just months after his wedding. >> still there and you get it back, amazing. good news for harry potter fans. you can own the house, which was the home of the boy wizard in the film series. the three-bedroom home in 30 miles west of london. many will recognize it as it attracts a lot of fans. >> the original plan was to take it to market without using any reference to harry potter. since the story broke, of course, the interest levels have gone up and that may or may not influence the final price that we achieve for this property. this is like some type of film. >> why would you not want to
otherwise it is a boring, brown house. kmart announcing a new round of store closures and that means deep discounts for dust americans we're going to let you know if any other stores are shutting their doors. >> reporter: you would think a win by 33 points would make a head coach content. not good enough. bruce arians raising the bar on this is something you want to stick around for and we'll tell you how patrick peterson spent
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center.com. in tonight's business cancer treatment centers of america. in tonight's business watch, walmart completes a deal to buy online retailer jet.com. walmart bought the internet company for $3 billion in cash plus $300 million in stocks. walmart is hoping younger customer and affluent customer. macy's is hiring 83,000 seasonable workers. the new hires will work at store, call centers, and in their warehouses. kmart, we're doing all retail today, is closing 64 stores across the country. liquidation sales will begin at the stores that are closing this
december. thousands of employees will be laid off. only one arizona store will close and that is the k matter in sierra vista and that is tonight's fox business watch. >> reporter: i want you to reflect on this for a minute, you win by 33 points. your quarterback pass for three touchdowns. your defense smothers the opposing offense and bruce arians is not a happy camper. we saw the big, education employeesive plays to larry fitzgerald. we saw the passing game for the first time and we saw the big plays that the fans went crazy for. they loved the touchdown to larry fitzgerald. he keeps producing in his 13th year in the league.
michael floyd back in the end zone and the play that iced the game, carson palmer's touchdown pass to jaron brown. you listen to bruce arians saying that is ok but we can do better, is that how he inspires his team? listen to coach arians on the offense and what he expects more of. >> we will continue to grow on the practice field and continue there are a lot of things to be corrected. the score does not indicate how poorly we played offensively and we can get a hell of a lot better. communication was not good in the beginning of the game. too many mental errors, especially by a couple of ?young players. >> reporter: it is going this sunday.
fox nfl sunday at 9:00 and 10:00 a.m., it is an early morning kickoff so don't miss it. cards at the buffalo bills the, 0-2 buffalo bills and dan ryan who coached here years ago with the late buddy ryan. sun devils have their biggest showdown to date as they point towards the weekend hosti big changes coming from mariah carey. the diva getting ready to bid farewell to las vegas. beth midler is heading back
a new page of controversy for sheriff paul babeu. sources tell us the fbi has subpoenaed records related to how babeu's office used seized criminal money also known as rico funds. is like money laundering. and they've also accused babeu of using the funds to fuel his campaign. it may already be illegal campaigning with government resources. or if they're just being used to make the sheriff look good, as he runs for congress.
bette midler is saying entertainment news, beth bette midler is saying hello to broadway. in just one day, $9 million in tickets sold that is a record. reviews began in march. david hyde pierce will star in the revival and many think this part is tailor made for her. tickets to a prince tribute concert in minnesota are sold out.
st. paul, stevie wonder, christina aguilera is just a few that are taking the stage. the cheapest ticket was $20 so it is accessible to any fan. the resale is expected to be way higher. ? mariah carey is ending her las vegas caesars palace says her final shows will be april-may 13. she has been performing for the last two years. oscar-winner jared leto signed on to take
includes sopranos and wolf of wall street. coming up tonight at 6:00, working to prevent potential attacks with weapons of mass destruction. what local law enforcement and first responders are learning. plus, opponents of prop 205, including a mayor and police sergeant speaking out about the state. what the other side is also
in a hospital. today, his parents spoke about what happened and their son's recovery. >> on saturday evening, september 17, we received a call that no parent wants to receive. >> reporter: saturday night, a skydive plane plunged into the home in gilbert. the home was destroyed but everyone got out without a scratch. >> thanks to his quick and appropriate reaction, everyone on the plane survived. >> reporter: the mother and father met with media today where their son is recovering from burns. ryan stayed at the controls long enough for skydivers to jump out. >> miraculously when the skydivers were away safely and the plane lost the ability to fly, he jumped with the parachute that skydiveer pilots are required to wear.