So you can stay ahead of the news, here's a quick look at some of the stories ABC15 will be keeping an eye on Tuesday, October 30.
The worst of "Superstorm Sandy" was expected to hit New York on Monday night. Rain will continue into Tuesday across the Northeast, and rising waters will be a problem in a number of states.
SONS SHOT TRIAL
Closing arguments are scheduled in the trial of Andre Leteve, charged with shooting his two young sons over an alleged custody issue. 10:30 a.m., Maricopa County Superior Court, Phoenix.
EARLY BALLOT COUNTING
Pinal County is scheduled to start processing early ballots on Tuesday. Maricopa County plans to start processing early ballots on Wednesday.
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Presidents and prime ministers, celebrities and royals joined tens of thousands of South Africans to pay tribute to Nelson Mandela on Tuesday.
Plan for another freezing morning, but a warm-up by mid week. Find out just how much warmer we will be by the weekend.
A mother and her two young children are homeless after a fire sparked in their home early Tuesday morning.
President Barack Obama has shaken hands with Cuban President Raul Castro at a memorial service for former South African President Nelson Mandela.
A Mesa man has been sentenced to 12 years in prison and lifetime probation in a child pornography case.
Authorities in Pinal County have agreed to create a citizens' commission to make recommendations on open space, trails and parks.
Singapore defense officials visiting an Air Force Base in Arizona will get a look at a type of U.S.-built fighters that the Asian nation may purchase.
According to Walmart's website, they match the lowest advertised price on identical products. But a Valley man says when he tried doing that last week, the unthinkable happened.
Mourners attended a candlelight vigil Monday night in honor of a Mesa teen found dead in a dumpster.
ABC15 has learned new information in the heartbreaking cases of three Tucson sisters allegedly held hostage in their own home.