Full Show: ABC15 Mornings | September 22, 6am

Full Show: ABC15 Mornings | September 22, 6am

>> Announcer: THIS IS ABC 15 MORNINGS. Nick: BREAKING NEWS OF A POLICE SHOOTING. WE'RE LIVE AT THE SCENE. Kaley: A THIRD BOOSTER SHOT. >> IT IS GOING TO BE UP TO THE FD A TO FIGURE OUT WHEN AND HOW IT HAPPENS. Kaley: NEW THIS MORNING… >> THESE PEOPLE MEAN THE WORLD TO ME AND PEOPLE ARE DYING. Nick: A STUDENT OFFERING COMPASSION TO THOSE WHO NEED IT MOST. Kaley: OUT OF MONEY AND OUT OF PATIENCE. >> I LOOK UP AND SAID TO MY HUSBAND, OH MY GOD, THE FLIGHT IS CANCELLED. Nick: ONE OPTION LEFT, TO LET JOE KNOW. Kaley: BREAKING NEWS RIGHT NOW, A MAN IS IN CRITICAL CONDITION AFTER BEING SHOT BY PHOENIX POLICE NEAR 59TH AND BETHANY HOME ROAD. Nick: THAT'S WHERE WE FDIN MARC THOMPSON THIS MORNING. WHAT ARE POLICE SAYING ABOUT HOW IT ESCALATED? >> Reporter: IT'S PRETTY INVOLVED. GOOD MORNING TO YOU. NOW THAT THE SUN HAS STARTED TO RISE, IT IS PUTTING MORE LIGHT ON THE SCENE HERE.

AN ARMED MAN REACHING FOR HIS WASTEBAND, THAT IS WHAT POLICE SAY CAUSED TWO OFFICERS TO OPEN FIRE HERE THIS MORNING STRIKING THAT SUSPECT HERE IN THE ALLEY, THE 25-YEAR-OLD MAN NOW IN THE HOSPITAL WITH CRITICAL INJURIES. THE SHOOTING TAKING PLACE AROUND 11:00 BUT IT WAS ACTUALLY — IT BEGAN TWO HOURS EARLIER AROUND 9:30 WHEN POLICE GOT A CALL OF SHOTS FIRED. MULTIPLE CALLS WERE MADE INTO POLICE AND AS POLICE WERE EN ROUTE TO THE SCENE, THEY GOT A CALL FROM A FAMILY MEMBER SAYING THE MAN WAS SUICIDAL AND HAD A GUN AND WHEN POLICE ARRIVED TO THAT AREA, THEY SEARCHED THE HOME AND SEARCHED THE BACKYARD AND DID NOT FDIN THE SUSPECT ANYWHERE BUT FOUND SHELL CASINGS INDICATING SHOTS HAD BEEN FIRED AND THAT LED TO THE SCENE AT 60th AND BETHANY HOME WHERE POLICE LOCATED THE SUSPECT IN THE ALLEY AND HE DID NOT COOPERATE WITH VERBAL COMMANDS.

AGAIN, THEY SAY HE WAS HOLDING A CELLPHONE IN ONE HAND AND THEN REACHED FOR HIS WASTEBAND WHIT THE OTHER HAND. THAT'S WHAT CAUSED TWO OFFICERS TO OPEN FIRE ON THE SUSPECT. WE HAVE SEEN SEVERAL SHELL CASINGS BACK THERE. THE 25-YEAR-OLD IN CRITICAL CONDITION AT THE HOSPITAL. REPORTING LIVE THIS MORNG,IN MARC THOMPSON. BACK TO YOU. Nick: WE KNOW YOU'LL STAY ON SC ENE TO GATHER THE LATEST INFORMATION FROM POLICE.

Kaley: THANKOU Y FOR STARTING PART OF YOUR DAY WITH US. KALEY O'KELLEY IN STUDIO ALONG SIDE NICK CILETTI. Nick: CHECKING IN WITH METEOROLOGIST JORGE TORRES AND THE MOST ACCURATE FORECAST. FALL ARRIVES TODAY, FEELING FALL-LIKE THIS MORNING BUT NOT LATER. Jorge: ENJOY IT, IT WILL STILL FEEL SUMMER MID DAY AND EARLY AFTERNOON WITH EXCESS OF 010. TEMPERATURES IN THE 60S AND 70S GENERALLY ACROSS THE VALLEY. GOODYEAR 75°. PINAL COUNTY IN THE MID 70S IN MARICOPA AND GILBERT, TEMPERATURES CURRENTLY AT 70°. IF YOU WANT TO ENJOY THE TRAILS THIS MORNING, FANTASTIC START WITH 70S THROUGH AT LEAST 70:0 AND 80S BY 8:00 AND BY 10:00 IN THE 90S AND CALNGLI FOR A HIGH OF 103° WITH MORNING BREEZES ON THIS FIRST DAYF O FALL.

THERE'S A COOL DOWN AND RAIN CHANCES RETURNING TO THE SEVEN DAY FORECAST. WE'LL BREAK THAT DOWN COMING UP. HERE'S A CHECK OF TRAFFIC WITH MEGAN THOMPSON. Megan: GOOD MORNING ON THIS WEDNESDAY. YOU HAVE MADE IT TO HUMP DAY. I'M MEGAN THOMPSON WATCHING THE ROADS FOR YOU. TWO INCIDENTS TO TELL YOU ABOUT IN CENTRAL PHOENIX. I-10 EASTBOUND, FROM THE ENTREE RAMP WE HAVE A STALLED TRUCK IN THAT AREA NEAR THE STACK. AND WEAV HE A CRASH REPORTED ON THE I-17 SOUTHBOUND ONHE T EXIT RAMP TO 7th AVENUE AND THIS IS AN AREA WHERE WE SEE A LOT OF TROUBLE AND A LOT OF SLOWING. SOMETHING LIKE THAT DOES NOT HELP. OFF THE FREEWAY BETWEEN GRAND AND 101, GLENDALE AVENUE, A CRASH AT 83rd AVENUE AND IN THE EAST VALLEY, ON THE US-60 EASTBOUND LANES, ALMA SCHOOL ROADS A REPORT OF A CRASH. THEY STILL LKOO GOOD AT THIS POINT IN THE MORNING.

I-10 FROM THE LOOP TO THE MINI STACK IN THE YELLOW AT THIS EARLY HOUR AT 30 MINUS.TE I-17 SOUTHBOUND FROM THE 101 TO THE STACK, AROUND 12 MINUTES. Kaley: HAPPENING OVERNIGHT, A DEADLY CRASH ON THE LOOP 101 SCOTTSDALE NEAR FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT, SOMEONE ON A MOTORCYCLE HAS DIED. RIGHT NOW THEY ARE NOT SURE IF ANY OTHER CARS WERE INVOLVED IN THE CASE. WE EXPECT AN UPDATE THIS MORNING. Nick: NEWS FROM PFIZER THAT THEY WILL LIKELY BE GRANTED FDA AUTHORIZATION FOR BOOSTER SHS,OT THOSE 65 AND UP, SEVEER CASES AND POSSIBLE FRONT LINE EMPLOYS.EE TODAY PFIZER WILL PRESENT DATA TO THE CDC ADVISORS. WITHIN DAYS, THIRD SHOTS COULD BEGIN. >>> A NEW STUDY FINDS PEOPLE WITH CANCER HAVE THE SAME IMMUNE RESPONSE AND SIDE EFFECTS AFTER TWO DOSES AS SOMEONE WITHOUT CANCER. THIS IS IMPORTANT, CANCER PATIENTS WERE NOT PART OF INITIAL TRIALS. Kaley: MARICOPA COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISOR MEMBERS I RESIGNING IN EARLY NOVEMBER. HIS DECISION COMES AFTER A CONVERSATION WAS LEAKED WHERE HE MADE NEGATIVE COMMENTS ABOUT FELLOW BOARD MEMBERS OVER DIFFERENCES WITH THE STATE SENATE ELECTION AUDIT.

HE RELEASED A STATEMENT APOLOGIZING. THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS CAN PICK HIS REPLACEMENT BUT THEY MUST LIVE IN MARICOPA COUNTY. Ni:ck A NEW PROGRAM COULD BE SAVING LIVES. HIKING RESCUES WE KNOW ARE DOWN IN PHOENIX WHERE TRAILS ARE SHUT DOWN DURING EXCESSIVE HEAT WARNINGS. RESCUES ON CAMELBACK, PIESTEWA AND SOUTH MOUNTAIN ALL DROPPED FROM EARLIER THISSUMMER. ONE OF THE RESCUES TUESDAY A HIKER FLOWN TO SAFETY ON CAMELBACK. THE PERSON MADE IT HALF-WAY UP BEFORE GETTING OVERHEATED AND CALLING FOR HELP. Kaley: EVERY NIGHT AND THESERE A STAGGERING NUMBERS TO SHARE, THOUSANDS ARE SLEEPING ON THE STREETS HERE IN MARICOPA COUNTY. THE NUMBER OF PEOPLE EXPERIENCING HOMELESSNESS HAS GONE UP SINCE THE BEGINNING OF THE PANDICEM. NEW THIS MORNING, A STORY OF A YOUNG MAN WORKING TO HELP OTHERS. HE IS TRULY AN INSPIRATION.

>> Reporter: HE REALLY IS. GREAT INSPIRATION FOR WEDNESDAY MORNING. HE TYPICALLY HITS UP HOT SPOTS WHERE PEOPLE ARE EXPERIENCING HOMELESSNESS. I CAUGHT UP WITH HIM ONE MORNING IN DOWNTOWN PHOENIX IN THE SPOT HE CALLS THE ZONE. HIS TASK THAT MORNING FAIRLY SIMPLE. HANDOUT BREAKFAST TO PEOPLE WHO NEED IT. THE MESSAGE OF HIS ORGANIZATION HUGS FOR THE HOMELESS IS CERTAINLY MUCH GREATER. BREAKFAST IS ABOUT TO BE SERVED AS AUSTIN DAVIS LOADS UP FORHE T MORNING. >> CHOCOLATE MILK AND SODAS, WATER, APPLE SLICES, ALL THAT STUFF. AND THEN I'M GOING TO DRIVE A FRIEND TO REHAB. >> Reporter: HE'S A SENIOR AT ASU BUT WILL TELL YOU SOME OF HIS BEST TEACHERS AND LESSONS DON'T COME FROMHE T CLASSROOM. >> Interview: THIS IS MY FAMILY. THESE PEOPLE MEAN THE WORLD TO ME AND PEOPLE ARE DYING. >> Reporter: THEY'RE OUT HERE ON THE STREETS. >> Interview: I WAS WITH SOMEONE FIVE MINUTES AGO SAYING THIS HEAT IS KILLING MY FRIENDS AND IT'S SO HOT I WANT TO RIP MY HAIR OUT.

>> Reporter: IT'S NOT EVEN 10:00 A.M. AND HE'S SEEING THE EFFECTS OF THE TEMPERATURES IN THE VALLEY. HE SPENDS FIVE DAYS A WEEK TRYING TO HELP PEOPLE CLOO OFF. >> Interview: WE SPRAY PEOPLE DOWN, THEY USE IT TO TAKE SHOWERS ANDOOL C OFF. SOME OF MY CLOSEST FRIENDS HAVE DIED THIS SUMMER OR LAST FROM THE HEAT. IT'S SCARY. >> Reporter: DAVIS SAYS HE'S ONLY SEEING IT MORE OFTEN. >> Interview: I THINK BECAUSE OF COVID, A LOT OF PEOPLE HAVE LOST THEIR JSOB OR HUGE MEDICAL BILL COULD SEND PEOPLE TO THE STREETS. >> Reporter: EVEN AS TEMPERATURES COOL DOWN, THE PROBLEMS DON'T GO AWAY. BUT DAVIS SAYS NEITHER WILL HIS PUSH TO PROMOTE EMPATHY AND COMPASSION. >> Interview: IT'S WHAT LIFE IS ALL ABOUT, BEING THERE FOR YOUR NEIGHBOR AND COMMUNITYND A TRYING TO HELP AS MANY PEOPLE AS POSSIBLE. >> Reporter: A LESSON ALL OF US CAN LEARN. >> Interview: SHOW PEOPLE THEY ARE VALUED AND LOVED AND NOT ALONE OUT HERE. >> Reporter: DAVIS COMMITS A LOT OF HIS FREE TIME TO HELPING OTHERS BUT HE SAYS YOU DON'T HAVE TO SPEND HOURS ON END TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE.

CARRYING BOTTLES OF WATER IN THE BACK OF YOUR CAR, MAYBE A BOX OF SNACKS THE HANDOUT TO PEOPLE WHO MAY NEED IT CAN MAKE A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE. IF YOU WANT TO HELP OUT HIS CAUSE OR DONATE TO M,HI WE HAVE ALL OF THE INFORMATION ONLINE UNDER THIS STO ON abc15.com. Kaley: THANK YOU AMELIA. IT IS A BETTER WAY TO TREAT MIGRAINES, AT LEAST SOME PEOPLE SAY. INSTEAD OF A PILL, YOU MIGHT BE ABLE TO USE A NASAL SPRAY. Nick: LOOKING TO IMPROVE YOUR HEALTH, MOOD AND APPEARANCE? MAYBE ALL THREE? A BETTER LIFE CLDOU DEPEND WHAT YOU PUT INTO YOUR BODY.

>> Reporter: YOU MAY HAVE HAD A DELAYED FLIGHT BUT PROBABLY NOTHING LIKE THIS. I'M INVESTIGATOR JOE DUCEY, HOW A COUPLE'S NEW FLIGHT MEANT A DIFFERENT DAY FROM A DIFFERENT AIRPORT. Megan: THE LIVE DRIVE IS HITTING THE ROAD IN THE EAST VALL.EY THIS IS THE 202 PASSING ELLIOT. BEAUTIFUL SUNRISE SHOT WITH THE PURPLE SKIES AND CLEAR CONDITIONS. WE'LL CHECK Nick: DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY PROMISING A CHANGE AT THE BORDER IN THE NEXT 24-HOURS. MOST PEOPLE FROM HAITI REMAIN UNDER THE BRIDGE IN TES.XA Kaley: A BILL TO PREVENT A GOVERNMENT SHUT DOWN HEADS TO THE U.S. SENATE, EXTENDING FUNDING AND KEEPING THE GOVERNMENT OPEN THROUGH THE THIRD OF DECEMBER. IT IS NOT EXPECTED TO PASS THE SENATE BECAUSE THE BILL WOULD RAISE THE DEBT CEILING. Nick: FOOD COULD BE MORE EXPENSIVE NEXT YEAR. FERTILIZER PRICES ARE THE HIGHEST THEY HAVE BEEN IN A DECADE. THAT COULD MEAN SMALLER HARVEST AND HIGHER FOOD ICPRES. Kaley: THE FDA APPROVING A NEW TREATMENT FOR MIGRAINES, A NASAL SPRAY. DOCTORS SAY IT MEASURES MORE PRECISE DOSING. 66% OF PATIESNT SAID THEY DID EXPERIENCE PAIN RELIEF.

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Nick: ALL EYES ON MICROSOFT. THE COMPANY EXPECTED TO REVEAL A NEW SURFACE PRO LAPTOP AND SURFEAC DUO, A FOLDABLE TWO SCENRE TABLET. WHAT WILL THEY THINK OF NEXT? >> Announc:er ABC 15 DESERT DREIV TIME. Megan: BY THE TIME YOU CATCH UP WITH THAT O,NE THERE'S A NEW ONE. WATCHING THE ROADS FOR YOU THIS MORNG.IN ZOOMING IN TO CENTRAL PHOENIX WHERE WE HAVE THE MOST ISSUES THIS MORNING. I-10 EASTBOUND,HE T ENTREE RAMP FROM THE 17 SOUTHBOUND, A STALLED TRUCK OFF TO THE RIGHT. DESERT DRIVE TIME FROM THE 101 TO MINI STACK IS AROUND 21 MINUTES.

37 MILES PER HOUR. WE HAVE A CRASH ON THE I-17 SOUTHBOUND, THE EXIT RAMP TO 7th AVENUE. IT LOOKS A LITTLE SWERLO IN THE AREA, AS WE LOOK AT THE7 1AND 19TH AVENUE WHERE THE INCIDENT IS GOING ON. PLENTY OF BRAKE LIGHTS BUILDING. 11 MINUTES FROM THE STACK TO THE SPLIT. A HAZARD ON LINCOLN DRIVE, GAS LEAK. THAT'S THE ICON BETWEEN THE 101 AND 51. BUT THE SPEEDS ARE AT OR ABOVE SPEED LIMIT. SIMILAR STORY IN THE EAST VALLEY, 60ND A 202 RED MOUNTAIN AND SANTAN. YOU CAN SEE THE DRIVE TIMESLL A LOOK GREEN AT THIS POINT IN THE MORNING. LET'S GET A CHECK OF THE MTOS ACCURATE FORECAST WITH METEOROLOGIST JORGE TORRES ON THIS FIRST DAY OF FALL.

FEELING NICE OUT THERE THIS MORNING. Jorge: TEMPERATURES IN THE LOWER 70S. GOOD MORNING EVERYONE ON THIS FIRST DAY OF FALL. OFFICIALLY 12:21 THIS AFTERNOON. WE'RE GETTING A TASTE OF IT WITH TEMPERATURES INHE T LOWER 70S OUTSIDE. AND AT SKY HARBOR, 77°. NOTICE HOW THE SOUTH MOUNTAIN CAMERA IS SHAKING, THAT WILL BE THE CASE FOR THE REST OF THE MORNING. FEELING LIKE FALL IN FLAGSTAFF. GOOD MORNING IN COCONINO COUNTY. 76° IN LAKE HAVASU AND 50S IN SHOW LOW. THE BUS STOP FORECAST FOR THIS MORNING, A COOLER START WITH TEMPERATURES IN THE 70S CLIMBING INTO THE LOWER 80S BY 8:00 A.M. AND MID 80SY B 9:00. THE HEAT WILL BE CRANKING UP THIS AFTERNOON. PRESCOTT 103° AND LAKE HAVASU AND HERE IN THE VALLEY CALLING FOR 103° AS WELL. AND NOTICE HOW TEMPERATURES WILL BE 98° IN CAVE CREEK TO 104° IN BUCKEYE. THAT IS ABOVE THE SEASONAL AVERAGE OF 99°. WE'RE GOING TO BE SEVERAL DEGREES ABOVE THE SEASON HIGH FOR THE NEXT COUPLEF O DAYS. TEMPERATURES 100° THROUGH 4:00 AND 5:00 IN THE AFTERNOON. THE WINDS WILL BE WITH US FOR THE NEXT SEVERAL HOURS COMING FROM THE EAST AND SOUTHET,AS 10-15 MILES PER HOUR GUSTING TO 25 AT TIMES.

IN THE HIGH COUNTRY, IT WON'T BE AN ISSUE FOR TODAY. SOME BREEZES HERE AND THERE. FOR THE MOST PART ON THE LIGHTER END AS FAR AS THE VALLEY, NOT THE CASE. WE'RE TALKING 10-15 MILES PER URHO GUSTING TO 20-25 MILES PER HOUR AND AS FAR AS THE NEXT SEVERAL DAYS, ANTICIPATING THE RIDGE OF HIGH PRESSURE CAUSING E TEMPERATURES TO BE ABOVE AVERAGE TO SLIDE TO THE EAST. THIS ALLOW AS DISTURBANCE TO MOVE IN, GIVING ARIZONA MORE CLOUD COVER, COOLER TEMPERATURES AND BETTER RAIN CHANCES STARTING TOMORROW BUT ESPECIALLY FOR THE WEEKEND AND EARLY NEXT WEEK AS THE AREA OF LOW PRESSURE STAYS OVER THE SOUTHWEST FOR A WHILE.

TEMPERATURES ABOVE 100° THROUGH AT LEAST THURSDAY AND LOWS IN THE 70S AND STARTING FRIDAY, DROPPING INTO THE MID 90sND A RAIN CHANCES THROUGH SUNDAY. AS FAR AS FLAGSTAFF, IN THE 70S THROUGH NEXT WEEK AND RAIN CHANCES EVERY DAY STARTING TOMORROW WITH LSOW STAY NOTHING THE 40S. Nick: STUCK WITH ALMTOS $500 IN ADDED EXPENSES AFTER HER FLIGHT WAS CANCELLED NOW TURNGNI TO LET JOE KNOW TEAM. Kaley: WHAT ARE YOUR RIGHTS IF ETH AIRLINE CHANGES YOUR FLIGHT? HERE'S JOE DUCEY. WE'RE NEVER LATE.> >> Reporter: CHRISTY AND HER HUSBAND WERE BACK ON THEIR WAY TO THE VALLEY AFTER VISITING FAMILY IN NEW YORK. THEY MEAD IT THROUGH SECURITY AND THEN PLANS CHANGED. >> I LOOKED UP AND SAID TO MY HUSBAND, THE FLIGHT WAS CANCELLED.

>> Reporter: AFTER 45 MINUTES WEEY WERE SHOCKED TO FIND THEY RE BOOK BOOKED ON A FLIGHT 24-HOURS LATER AT A DIFFERENT AIRPORT, I AN DIFFERENT STATE. >> Interview: THEY DIDN'T GIVE US OPTIONS. WE HAD TO GET BACK HOME TO WORK. >> Reporter: THAT'S WHEN COSTS OF THE DELAY STARTED TO ADD UP. >> Interview: THE HOTEL, IT WAS $235, GAS FROM JERSEY TO NEW YORK $8. THE BRIDGES, THE BRIDGE FROM JFK INTO THE CITY WAS $10.

>> Reporter: IT CAME TO 4 $10 AND DIDN'T INCLUDE THEIR MEALS. BECAUSE THE COSTS WERE NOT BECAUSE OF THEM, THEY TEDRI TO GET JET BLUE TO PAY FOR THEM BUT CALLS WERE DISCONNECTED AND NO RESPONSES TO E-MAILS. WE CONTACTED JET BLUE AND THEY TOLD US… SHE SAID WAITING TO MAKE A CHANGE IS NOT WORTH IT. AFTER WE GOT INVOLVED, PROBLEM SOLVED. CHRISTY GOT $450 FOR THE TRAVEL COSTS. GO TO abc15.com/LETJOEKNOW IF YOU HAVE HAD A SIMILAR ISSUE WITH ANY COMPANY. I'M INVESTIGATOR JOE DUCEY. IF YOU HAVE A PROBLEM, LET ME KNOW. Kaley: YOU ARE RELIABLE. IT IS 6:20. A LOCAL NONPROFIT IS HOPING TO GIVE AWAY 10 MILLION BOTTLES OF HAND SANITIZER TO ANY ORGANIZATION THAT NEEDS IT.

ARIZONANS FOR CHILDREN SAYS THE COMPANY HEALING SOLUTIONS DONATED THE BOTTLES TO THEM AND THEY WANT TO SPREAD THE LOVE. PALLETS WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR PICK-UP TOMORROW AND FRIDAY FROM 7:00 A.M. TO NOON. ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS HEAD TO THEIR WAREHOUSE NEAR THE I-17 AT PEORIA IN PHOENIX. Nick: BACK OPEN AND READY FOR BUSINESS. NEXT, A POPULAR STUDENT-RUN RESTAURANT PREPARING TO SERVE CUSTOMERS FOR THE FIRST TIME THIS YEAR. Kaley: AND NEW THIS MORNING, THE DEMAND FOR MORTGAGES SPIKING OVER THE PAST WEEK. DOES THAT MEAN THE HOUSING MARKET IS ABOUT TO GET HOTTER? Justin: THE STORY DOMINATING NEWS HEADLINES BUT NOW THE DISAPPEARANCE OF GABBY PETITO IS HELPGIN TO SHINE A LIGHT ON OTHER MISSING PERSON CASES, INCLUDING THE SEAHRC Kaley: 6:24. WE ALL KNOW ULTRA PROCESSED FOODS, ESPECIALLY WHEN IT COMES TO KIDS AND EXPERTS ARE WARNING IT CAN IMPACT MOOD AND ENERGY LEVELS AND YOUR QUALITY OF LIFE, RIGHT? THESE FOODSRE A TYPICALLY LOADED WITH CALORIES, FAT AND LOW ON VITAMINS AND MINERALS.

CERE,AL CANDY, COOKIES, SODA AND QUKIC MEALS. >> IF YOU HAVE A BUSY LIFESTYLE OR YOUR KIDS ARE REALLY BUSY AND COOKING FROM SCRATCHRE A HARD, PICKING CONVENIENT BUT NOTS A PROCESSED, PICK FROZEN THINGS LIKE FROZEN CHICKEN BREASTS AND SOMETIMES CANNED FOODS ARE OKAY. Kaley: IT IS A LOT TO FOLLOW. EXPERTS SAY JUST TRY TO MAKE SURE THE FOODS YOU BRING INTO YOUR HOME ARE LOW IN SODIUM. Nick: WELCOMING BACK GUEST, THE STUDENT-RUN RESTAURANT AT SCOTTSDALE COMMUNITY COLLEGE WELCOMING STUDENTS BACK AGAIN. IT IS RUN BY STUDENTS IN THEIR CULINARY ARTS PROGRAM, OPEN FROM 11:45 TO 1:00 P.M. TUESDAY THROUGH FRIDAY. ONLINE RESERVATIONS ARE RECOMMENDED. ENJOY GOOD FOOD AND SUPPORT THE NEXT GENERATION OF CHEFS ON TO DAY'S BULLETIN BOARD. Kaley: STARBUCKS CELEBRATING THE FIRST DAY OF FALL WITH A SPECIAL DEAL TODAY. REWARDS MEMBERS WHO ORDER A GRANDE OR LARGER WILL GET A FREE DRINK COUPON ON THE APP. Nick: THE COUPON'S MAXIMUM VALUE IS $10.

YOU CAN GET A BIG DRINK FOR THAT WITH EXTRAS. Kaley: AND SOMETHING ELSE IS WHAT THEY'RE HOPING FOR. Nick: THE PUMPKIN SCONE I HIGHLY RECOMMEND IT. A NEW REALITY FOR SO MANY OUT THERE. THE AMOUNT OF WORKERS LIVING PAYCHECK TO PAYCHECK. >> Reporter: AND AS WE CELEBRATE HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH, INSIDE A BRAND NEW EXHIBIT IN MESA, SHOWCASING SOME OF THE INCREDIBLE INDIVIDUALS WHO HAVE HELPED LEAD THE CITY. >> Reporter: AND TWO OFFICERS OPEN FIRE ON A MAN WITH A GUN. THIS ALL TAKING PLACE HERE IN GLENDALE. HE IS NOW IN THE HOSPITAL. THERE ARE MULTIPLE SCENES INVOLVED.

I'LL BREAK IT DOWN COMING UP IN A LIVE REPORT. Jorge: AND FALL IS ALMOST HERE, JUST A FEW HOURS AWAY, IT WON'T FEEL LIKE FALL IN THE VALLEY YET THIS AFTERNOON. LATER THIS WEEK AND THIS WEEKEND, LOOKING MORE LIKE IT. DETAILS I.

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