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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The jury returned to the courtroom Tuesday to decide whether Jodi Arias deserves to die for killing her one-time boyfriend in June 2008.
In a statement to the jury during Tuesday's penalty phase, Jodi Arias admitted killing boyfriend Travis Alexander and said it was the "worst thing" she had ever done.
Jodi Arias presented a lengthy slideshow -- including childhood and family photos -- to the jury during Tuesday's penalty phase.
Jodi Arias begged jurors Tuesday to give her life in prison, saying she "lacked perspective" when she told a local reporter in an interview that she preferred execution to spending the rest of her days in jail.
No word yet on if she'll be quitting her day job, but a Phoenix nurse has turned in her winning $1 million Powerball ticket.
A community barbecue in Phoenix this Wednesday will benefit the families of the Phoenix police officer and firefighter who died last weekend.
Air15 video over the area showed the massive vehicle crashing through the home multiple times as armed crews stood by behind shields.
Find out when the 100s come back and if they'll stick around through Memorial Day weekend.
She had already survived the Joplin tornado. Now, a woman in Moore, Okla., for work shares her story of survival in a second deadly twister.
Bob Schieffer is an award-winning CBS News correspondent and longtime anchor of “Face of the Nation.” He will be honored with the 30th Walter Cronkite Award for Excellence in Journalism.