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it's founder says some big revelations could be coming...next. jason barry says, "a valley community is trying something a little different to get drivers to slow down.. we'll tell you what neighbors think
the police chief of los angeles is releasing new details about a deadly shooting of a black man last weekend.and it's one of our e >> the police chief of los angeles releasing new details about a deadly shooting of a black man last weekend. it is one of our five stories and 55 seconds. man twice turned toward officers while holding a loaded gun. it comes after protesters interrupted meeting today. investigators say the train which crashed into a hoboken new jersey station last week hit 30 miles an hour, that is three times faster than the
one person was killed and 100 others injured. today marks the 10th anniversary for wikileaks. the founder stated he will publish significant information on three government -- before the years and. no specifics were given. the british pound fell to its lowest level against the us dollar since 1985. the prime minister said britain could leave the european union as mexican authorities say hundreds of people were evacuated from their homes and must remain in shelters disruptions continue at the colima volcano. here's video. this is a time lapse. it will be at least another 24 hours before they can tonight another political showdown. this time the vice presidential candidates going head-to-head. what you can expect for their only debate coming up next. be sure to connect with cbs 5
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neighborhood. jason shows us the unique way they are catching driver's attention. >> reporter: a problem in most valley neighborhoods, drivers going too fast. stop signs and speed bumps aren't always answer. >> i think -- >> reporter: just in likes to play football with his boys. they need to keep an eye out for cars speeding down the block. >> there are sometimes that people turn around the corner and they are just t community have been trying to get drivers to slow down for years without much success. the hoa board decided to do something a little different. it changed the speed limit from 20 it changed the speed limit from 2219 miles and hour. >> the hoa board thought that possibly it might catch people's attention. people don't always see the 20 mile an hour storm -- signs.
and tells us they have discussed speed golf and speed bibbs but they are expensive and nobody really wanted them. he said posting a 19 mile an hour speed limit definitely catches driver's attention. >> when you see yet it is telling you a message. we really want you to go slower. 20 or less. 19 is that message. i have seen people slowing down. >> reporter: this availing -- this isn't the only neighborhood with a unusual speed limit. of 17 miles an hour. drivers are taking notice that the big question is will they slow down? in the north valley cbs 5 news. a warning for those who use insulin pumps. johnson & johnson says certain models could be targeted by computer hackers. the anime as one touch paying could be hacked deliver unauthorized and possibly lethal insulin doses. the company says the possibility of that happening is extremely low.
the next vice president of the united states will take the stage tonight for their first and only debate. we have more from virginia. >> reporter: governor. mike pence arrived at longwood university to scope out the stage for tonight's vice presidential debate. >> you will see mike pence thomas somebody who is able to defend donald trump, the running mate, but at the same time take the case to hillary clinton. when he will face-off against virginia senator. tim kaine who is working with >> tim kaine has always been a big friend of longwood. he spoken many times. it worked out great for tim kaine to drive an hour from his home. >> reporter: ryan stover teaches political science and says tonight's debate likely won't impact the race for the white house. >> i would like to say it matters, on the other hand you saw 80 men -- 80 million people tuned in last monday and i'm sure we will have have that tonight.
to the debate went to longwood university students. >> this is america's first chance to see these guys go at it. to do that in person is an awesome experience. >> reporter: dan was born and raised in farmville. the rule virginia town is decked out in red, white and blue. it is even serving up sugar cane sodas and pumpkin pens lattes. >> we are a little town. to have the eyes of the world on us >> reporter: an estimated 50 million people are expected to tune in. cbs news, farmville virginia. >> at to this newscast coverage begins right here on cbs 5. is then followed by a special edition of cbs 5 news and an all-new episode of ncis and 9:00. you can end your day with your top stories and tomorrow's forecast on cbs news at 10:00.
leaving more deaths donate -- leaving more devastation behind. slamming into haiti. the storm made landfall backing wind up more than 145 miles an hour. also dropping several inches of rain. at least four people pronounced dead. look at how big this storm in -- is. this is new video from the international space station. the storm is covering most of the caribbean. now barreling towards cuba and then thst us. florida possibly in the crosshairs. people are lined up getting ready. this video coming in from the sunshine state showing lines stretching four hours as they try to fill up gas tanks, grocery store shelves emptied. people stocking up to ride out the storm. governor. rick scott has declared a state of emergency in each county. >> once the storm comes
you must leave before it is too late. you can rebuild a home, business, you cannot rebuilding life. >> south carolina isn't taking chances. governor. nikki haley says she plans to issue an evacuation order tomorrow that could affect up to 1 million people. it is a mess, especially down south. let's look at the caribbean. a strong category four hurricane has made landfall. packing went up to 140 miles an hour in haiti. it is now on the eastern tip of cuba ea bahamas. still a category four hurricane. winds up to 140 miles an hour with gusts up to 165 miles an hour. it could impact the southern tip of florida by thursday afternoon. here's the track of that storm moving through the coastline through the carolinas. this is by saturday afternoon. along the eastern edge of the country. we will keep a close eye on that storm. it will stay strong as it moves through florida and up to the
hurricane if it holds together. a live look outside, mostly clear. what a day today. the high temperature was 85 degrees. 10 degrees below the average. we started out the morning with temperatures down to 59 at the airport. we will take that. dutiful fall colors in the high country. more beautiful photos -- beautiful fall colors in the high country. more beautiful photos were sent 10 mostly clear skies and another cold one. not a cloud in sight. that is what we will experience again for tomorrow. lower 60s in the morning. down to 62 at 6 am. 84 by noon. high around 80 degrees by 4:00. here is the seven-day forecast. close to 90 wednesday. below average wednesday, thursday, friday with a high temperature of 93. here is the weekend. we have some changes ahead.
plan to head to the state fair or the pumpkin patch over the weekend. we will see chance of rainfall. so far the best chance of rain will take place, saturday afternoon into sunday morning. about a 30% chance of showers in the forecast by sunday afternoon we will see clearing skies and temperatures warming up monday minus tuesday -- monday through tuesday of next
james p. walsh: to keep our community safe - we need a sheriff who will put fighting violent crime ahead of his own political agenda. paul penzone has been a decorated crime-fighter for over 20 years. a police officer, undercover investigator, and dea task force agent of the year. paul penzone caught murderers, put drug kingpins behind bars, and created award-winning programs that protect our community. paul penzone... a new sheriff who will put our safety first. we can't say it enough, is a big week for the arizona cardinals. their season could really be on the line. thursday night they take on the san francisco 49ers. mark mcclune has the latest from cardinals hq.
started with super bowl expectations quickly gaining out of hand for the arizona cardinals. 1-3 and helping to clean things up for the trip to the bay thursday night. >> i drive down the street and i remember seeing people's grudges and they have the cardinals flags out. does flags are down now. that is disappointing. [ laughing ] we have to do our job to make this people put does flags back up. >> everyone was patting us on the back now it's like these guys >> reporter: all waiting to work carson palmer. he still undergoing tests, still in concussion protocol. it would be unlikely if he makes the start thursday night. this is a desperation game. is insurance policy quarterback zac dysert has been elevated from the practice squad. tyvon branch and running back chris johnson on injured reserve, one of them is eligible to return in december. drew butler waived due to a calf injury. a five calf injury.
and again you can see on cbs 5. we are counting down to thursday night football. the arizona cardinals take on the san francisco 49ers -- 49ers on cbs 5. we kick off our coverage with a special 4 pm newscast followed by all of the or thursday night football action right after that i will be live from the field. a cbs 5 cardinals special. me and joe will be inside the locker room. we will give you all of the interviews live all day, all night your exclusive coverage that starts with a wake-up arizona team at 6 am.
sp s being a clown. let that sink in. this is why. these imposters all around the country making threats, robbing
stores and really scaring people have to death -- half to death. it has legitimate clouds like these guys in the valley concerned. we find out the hysteria behind this hoax.>> reporter: clown costumes are meant to entertain kids. lately, imposters are hijacking that joey and presenting serious concerns to
it is the time of year for spooking. who may behind these scary masks is creating hysteria. >> i have got letters from schools, i have seen the news. >> reporter: so far this fun shop has its usual uptick in clown costume sales. who knows how many potential copycats? >> it ruins it for all of the good clowns out there. what can we say? >> the hard part is every store right now has creepy clowns. performed says malcolm the clowns with the aps volunt clown troupe. >> safety in any situation is our highest priority. yeah, we are probably a little more heightened now just because when those situations. >> reporter: with word of dosing clowns suits being attacked or even shot -- >> we talk about keeping eyes