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witnesses say they saw two or three males arguing then heard a gun shot. one victim was taken to umc trauma and immediately taken into surgery. no word on his condition. no one is in custody at this time. christmas is just five days away which means its time for all the shopping procrastinators to rush to the stores. action news reporter gina lazara is live at town square where the shopping is in full force. gina? theres a fair mix out here of people out here jacqui - some who are just finishing up their shopping and others who are just getting started. tmas shopper "oh we're just picking up a couple last minute gifts. and jalyn is from out of town and lives in louisiana and she's here so we're christmas shopping for her!" many people had lots of shopping bags in hand as they moved from store to store. some took a break from their shopping to take pictures in front of the christmas tree....grab a bite to eat...and take a ride on the train. some were shopping for their
parents. but everyone has one thing in common as they wait for christmas day to arrive take sot: (no cgs. 3 butted together. 8 seconds total) "watching the opening up gifts. that's it" in order to cater to your last minute shopping needs - town square will be open later until christmas eve. thats means they will be open until 10 pm every day until thursday. and then open til 6pm on the 24th walmart and kohls will be open 24 hours until christmas eve. and then toys r us will be open until 2am every day until thursday. reporting live gina lazara channel 13 action news action news is tracking developing weather conditions as we head into the holiday week. a live look outside right now where we could see a chilly christmas. meteorologist karal huelga has a look at what's headed our way. karla?
us on and off cloudy conditions throughout the week. through tuesday, the precipitation associated with these systems will stay to our north, but that will change by wednesday afternoon, ahead of a system that will pass through the area for the holidays. in the short term, expect high temps in the mid 50s tomorrow, then upper 50s on tuesday and wednesday. expect breezy winds on tuesday. a slight chance for rain begins wednesday, then chances get better on christmas eve and christmas day.
a man has been arrested for hitting and killing a man riding a moped in north las vegas last night. authorities arrested 35-year-old david coleman after he fled the scene. coleman faces several charges, including driving under the influence and leaving the scene of an accident resulting in death. officials say coleman was traveling at a high rate of speed on las vegas boulevard when he struck the 24- year-old man on the moped. the crash is still under investigation. family, friends and members of the biker community will be holding a vigil at the intersection of elkhorn and buffalo at 6 p.m. for 21-year-old brandon degrella.
night after his motorcylce slammed into a pickup truck after the driver cut him off. that driver...49-year-old erik provencal...is being charged with felony dui involving death. in tonight's red, white and blue 2016 political coverage. donald trump... under attack! the democratic candidates for president took aim at the g-o-p frontrunner... and today, he's firing back. abc's devin dwyer is in washington with more. after the democratic debate, the republican frontrunner fired back (abc this week) sot - donald trump / (r) presidential candidate "knowing the clintons and knowing hillary, but there's no -- there's nobody -- she just made it up. i mean she made it up. it was a sound bite." on abc's this week, donald trump attacked democratic frontrunner hillary clinton for this explosive allegation. sot - hillary clinton / (d) presidential candidate "he is becoming isis' best recruiter. they are going to people showing videos of donald trump insulting islam and muslims in order to recruit more radical jihadists." both the white
clarified that the former secretary of state was not referencing a specific video? last night, trump tweeted "hillary clinton lied." (abc this week) sot - donald trump / (r) presidential candidate "i've been right on more than anybody else has been right." (abc this week) sot - stephanopoulos: "are you sure you want to go -- are you sure candidate." trump: "oh, i'll go down that road. and, you know, people maybe call me out, but they turn out to be wrong." democratic contender sen. bernie sanders argued on this week that trump deliberately misleads . (abc this week) sot - sen. bernie sanders / (d) // i mean, i think much of what he says are lies or gross distortions of reality." trump was the biggest target in the democrats new hampshire debate -- the only g-o-p candidate called out by name. but even his fellow republicans are taking aim at their frontrunner. (abc this week) sot - gov. chris christie / (r) presidential candidate "i was in new jersey on september 11th and thousands of people simply were not celebrating in jersey city." candidates attacking within and across party lines - as primary voters and caucus-goers get closer to
devin dwyer, abc news, washington. a nevada state prison inmate who was serving time for charges of being a habitual criminal... has died. department of corrections officials say 63-year-old "spencer anderson"... died yesterday at the southern desert correction center... in indian springs. an autopsy is planned to determine the cause of death. anderson was serving 10 to 40 years after being sentenced in december 1995. anderson was the second inmate to die yesterday. just hours before, another inmate died at the "northern nevada... corrections center's... medical facility"... in carson city. inmate "anthony daniels"... was a 53 year old male serving 24 to 72 months for coercion. authorities say an autopsy is scheduled to determine the exact cause of death. . now for a story that's positively las vegas local subway restaurants are partnering up with the salvation army to provide sandwiches to more than 300 homeless and low-income residents. subway officials and employees
sandwiches tomorrow at 1:30 p.m. at the salvation army location... on west owens free of charge. over the past year, local subway restaurants have donated nearly 4,000 fresh sandwiches to the needy through the salvation army. coming up, outrage tonight after the release of new video in a deadly police shooting. the disturbing clip is raising questions about what really happened when california sheriff's deputies were trying to handcuff a suspect. from contact 13 tonight, the holiday travel season is here. we'll tell you how you can save money and take advantage of
and starts demanding that everyone get on the ground and empty out their pockets... or he's going to shoot. but the two customers inside say... not so fast. instead, they grab him and begin struggling with the would-be robber. one of them even wails on his head with a bottle of iced tea. they push to the back of the store, and the robber ends up on the ground. he's held down - one of the men even tied the robber's shoe laces together - until coral gables police arrived.
of a fatal shooting involving angeles. the video is raising new questions about what actually happened.... when they shot and killed a man they were trying to handcuff. the attorney for the man's family...tonight, calling it an execution. abc's mara schiavocampo is here with more. nats - arrest video (hitting his hand) trk= 10 seconds , newly released cell phone video showing the critical moments leading up to the fatal shooting of twenty three year old noel aguilar (a-gee-lar) in long beach california last year? trk= 5 seconds watch as these two deputies struggle with aguilar on the ground attempting to make an arrest? nats - arrest video trk= 5 seconds one deputy fires a shot at aguilar?but accidently shoots the other deputy? nats - "ahhhh" nats - officer: "i've been shot." trk= 3 seconds moments later aguilar is shot multiple times? nats - shots trk= 4 seconds those deputies continuing to hold him down even as he's shot? nat/aguilar - "i'm dying." trk= 3 seconds this video?heartbreaking for
herrera, fianc?e he was just so happy waiting for our daughter//when he got killed i was 5 months pregnant?" trk=3 seconds and now at the center of a pending legal battle? sot// angel carrazco, attorney "do i believe that my client was executed? absolutely?"//the officers are not supposed to lie on your body, especially when you're dying? trk= 5 seconds according to the family lawyer, a similar video was given to the los angeles district attorney. trk= 12 seconds (((gfx ))) the da concluded in february that aguilar had been under the influence? "of marijuana and methamphetamine." and that the deputies "acted in lawful self-defense and defense of others when they used deadly force..." trk= 2 seconds but the family thinks otherwise? sot// angel carrazco, attorney what everybody wants to see - my clients and including myself - is prosecution. new information tonight on another deadly police shooting in california. authorities say a police officer shot and killed a man in a hospital emergency room yesterday. according to authorities, the
officer's gun as police tried to transport him to jail. he was pronounced dead on the scene at harbor-ucla medical center. police say the man was first transported to the emergency room after an altercation with two officers earlier in the day. a busy shopping day turned terrifying after a gunman opened fire inside a wisconsin shopping mall yesterday. this happened at the "east towne mall in madison"... police say a fight involving about ten people broke out in the center court of the mall and that's when shots were fired. (mos man) "my wife and i were inside and i saw a flood of customers, women, children, running towards the back." cops are still looking for that gunman this morning... officials say an employee at one of the kiosks near the shooting scene was grazed by a bullet... but he is expected to be okay. a number of people were detained but no one was arrested. police are still looking for the suspect. a developing story tonight authorities in kenya are
device that forced an air france flight to make an emergency landing. the boeing 777 departed from mauritius late saturday night with 473 people aboard. it requested permission to land in mombasa after a passenger discovered the device in the restroom. the plane landed safely and all passengers were evacuated from the plane. bomb experts have retrieved the device and are working to determine whether it contains explosives. authorities said the plane was removed from the runway and some passengers were questioned. the airport was temporarily shut down following the incident, but has since reopened. an explosion has devastated an apartment building in a southern russian city, sending eight people to the hospital and leaving about 150 residents homeless. the blast started on the seventh floor of the nine-storey structure...caused by a gas leak, according to officials. much of the building's exterior wall on one side was blown off. those forced to leave were brought to a local school for
severe snowstorms rolled through oswego county new york yesterday, dumping 6 to 12 inches of snow in the heaviest hit parts. the area is expected to get another three to six inches of snow today before warming up for the holidays. there is some relief on the horizon for residents though, after this weekend.... all the signs point to more warm weather until the end of the year. experts suggest that many parts of the northeast are on pace for the warmest december on us on and off cloudy
throughout the week. through tuesday, the precipitation associated with these systems will stay to our north, but that will change by wednesday afternoon, ahead of a system that will pass through the area for the holidays. in the short term, expect high temps in the mid 50s tomorrow, then upper 50s on tuesday and wednesday. expect breezy winds on tuesday. a slight chance for rain begins wednesday, then chances get better on christmas eve and christmas day. conditions will pick up to windy on thursday and stay in the windy category on friday. high temps drop a little to the
wx chat from contact 13 tonight. many people do their best to avoid traveling during the holidays. but there are others who deliberately throw themselves right into the fray--- just to rack up miles to earn big perks with the airlines. abc's kendis gibson charted one wild adventure, and learned how much you can save along the way. i'm on a mission. nats i need to fly 14,000 miles before the end of this month. and it won't be easy. millions of other travelers will be taking to the skies this holiday season, one of the busiest travel times of the year. so why would i do something so crazy, you might ask? because i need the miles to reach the next level status with my airline.
mileage run. sot - there's two main types of mileage runs. the first is to accrue miles cheaply. the second type of mileage run is with the focus of elite status. brian kelly is one of a growing number of experts who employ all sorts of tricks of the trade? but you don't have to be a professional to enjoy the perks of airline status. sot - it's all types of travelers. // you can enjoy this lounge right next to the person who paid $5,000 for their ticket. to get to that elite status i'm going to take six consecutive flights starting in new york city. i'll fly to seattle, then on to anchorage, alaska, down to phoenix, cross-country to charlotte, overseas to san juan, puerto rico, and back to new york city. all in 52 hours. nats - music nats - 40 hours to go. 19 hours into this trip nats - music but unfortunately for me, it wasn't enough. nats - i'm still 400 points short. i could cry right now. sot - a lot of airlines these days are reducing the amount of
economy tickets are not earning as much. but still brian says there are ways to save on your holiday travel this year. tip number one, be flexible on your schedule. sot - it may make sense to drive to another airport. // that's how you're going to get prices down. tip number two, consider using a low-cost carrier. sot - the fare's just one component of a ticket. // do the math and see what the total price will be to fly. frequent flyer award availability even during the holidays. as for my mileage run... success and my airlines status coming days later thanks to yet another flight... to miami. sig out we'll be right back with a final check on your forecast from karla. you're watching channel 13 action news... where you ask and we investigate...
these systems will stay to our north, but that will change by wednesday afternoon, ahead of a system that will pass through the area for the holidays. in the short term, expect high temps in the mid 50s tomorrow, then upper 50s on tuesday and wednesday. expect breezy winds on tuesday. a slight chance for rain begins wednesday, then chances get better on christmas eve and christmas day. "the force" awakened in theaters across the country this weekend with the release of the new 'star wars' movie... ...and the film studio awakened to the biggest box office opening in history, according to disney. with an estimated 238 million dollars in ticket sales the movie blew previous record another galaxy. jurassic world's opening this summer raked in 208-point-8 star wars.
welcome to "world news tonight." the race for president heating up with a striking accusation from hillary clinton. onstage at the debate, saying isis is using donald trump's own words in recruitment videos. trump calling clinton a liar, as both parties start the real fight for the nomination. bomb scare. the passenger plane bound for paris, making an emergency landing. the suspicious device investigators found onboard. bear attack. the boy scouts and their ferocious encounter in the woods. their troop leader attacked by the wild animal. how they put their survival skills to the test. lotto fix. the industry insider, convicted in a high-tech scheme to rig the game.