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"For the weekend Phoenix hits one hundred three this afternoon but we're near. One ten on Sunday. I'm ABC fifteen meteorologist Irish there must see you at seven hundred eighty three degrees in Phoenix Severe severe storms, pushing east now after causing, damage, in the south to the Great Lakes some places got hit harder than others Hayden Alabama storm slammed an outdoor event with hundreds of people chairs and tables toppling over and a large tent collapsing. Injuring twelve people in Minnesota fans forced to rush out of the Vikings practice facility as a strong storm moved. In powerful wind and rain slamming Stillwater Oklahoma the area got five inches of rain in just a matter of hours that's ABC's Linsey Davis the latest now on the shocking Pennsylvania grand jury report on. The sex abuse by hundreds, of priests the Vatican now responding to words that. Can express the feelings faced with these horrible crimes shame and. Sorrow spokesperson Greg Burke responded to a. Report by Pennsylvania grand jury that more, than three hundred priests abuse some one. Thousand children over seventy year. Period in the American church must learn hard lessons from the past Irk said the. Abuses, described in the report criminal and morally reprehensible and that there should be accountability for both abusers and those who permitted abuse to occur Megan Williams ABC news Rome Arizona votes independent groups have already started to fill the. Airwaves and screens, with ads intended to shape, the, US Senate race in our state but will they have an impact Sheila krumholz with the center for responsive politics seems to think so she predicts house spend more money than the candidates themselves if. That is the case the question is whether the candidates will be able to get their message out or whether. It'll be drowned out by all of the messages flying from all kinds of group independent groups have already spent six million dollars in Arizona's Senate race time's running out if you want an early ballot Today's the deadline to request an early ballot for the upcoming primary election secretary of state Michelle. Reagan tells KTAR voters have three options they request from the county recorder, an early ballot or they can visit Arizona dot boat Arizona dot vote is going to, let people know the early balloting locations Reagan says the third option is voting in person. At your, local polling, location, August twenty. Eight Mark Carlson KTAR news KTAR is on education kids are back in class in Arizona governor Doug Ducey is still working on, a way to prevent school shootings and keep your children."