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rikki-- i want to take you right to the damage here. this is where the metro police car hit the fence of if this tennis court crashing through this lower brick wall. it happened at about 10am this morning and the car has been towed away - but take a look at the images we captured earlier. police say two officers were inside of the vehicle - chasing a suspect. they say the suspect ran into the parking lot here at clark high school. they followed him into the lot and lost control of the car crashing into the wall. no officers were hurt, but the suspect did escape and the search for that person continues. there were a few landscapers on campus when this happened and none of them were hurt. reporting live near penwood and arville - channel 13 action news. a teen shot minutes after new years, and the suspect is nowhere to
went through a wall at the house, and hit the teen. it happened near sahara and sloan. again, the suspect is on the run. and police don't have a description. officers say this shooting might just have been a terrible accident... as someone was shooting off rounds to celebrate the new year. and that's something neighbors say scares them. "that's crazy. that's insane, no idea that was going on" (butted with) "didn't know anything that happened last night. i didn't hear anything" meantime, the teen is recovering and should be ok. new information on... a deadly police shooting. we're now learning why police officers say they were forced to open fire. u-s marshalls were doing surveillance on a man...wanted in arizona for multiple violent felonies. it all happened near d-i and durango yesterday. at some point the suspect took off, so the marshalls called in metro for help. when officers found him, they say he appeared to be holding a firearm. but they weren't sure because he was covering the object with his hand. they told him to empty his hands, but instead he started walking toward them. that's when they opened fire.
that the suspect was wanted for attempted murder, because this was a residential area, and because they believed he was armed with a firearm, they discharged their firearm upon the subject striking him several times. cpt. matt mccarthy lvmpd police say the object in the suspect's hand was a cellphone. the man died on-scene. no officers were injured. it was a chilly new year's eve... but it's shaping up to be a beautiful weekend. and you'll want to enjoy this weekend, because we're in for a weather shake- up next week! there could be some rain! let's go to meteorologist karla huelga and 'weather first.' karla-- a series of low pressure systems will skirt the west coast starting tonight. those storms will start to throw some thick high level clouds over the west coast with moderate rain to california north into washington. las vegas will see some of the effects of that moisture but it'll only be in the form of will concede some progress and allow highs into the low 50s for the first time since christmas day. around the world, there were
going into the new year's holiday. well, the celebrations are over, and it was overall a success for law enforcement nationwide. over in pasadena, california... the more than 700-thousand spectators and participants of the 127th rose parade and rose bowl are being protected by the largest force in history. there are more officers on patrol, cameras and even aircraft watching from above. "we're enhancing technologies, so there'll be cameras that are up and down the parade route. those are monitored 24/7 by law enforcement officials. we have more than two dozen k-9 bomb detection dogs that will be out on patrol along the
the game, as well" more to new york... the new year rang in safely for the millions of people packed into times square... all protected by nearly 6-thousand officers. and in munich, trains are back up and running. just an hour before the clock struck midnight, police shut down two stations because of a terror threat. officials think isis was behind the threat. the high level threat also canceled fireworks displays in paris and brussels. here at home -- there were no major incidents. but 8 people were arrested on the las vegas strip... one for a felony. over on fremont street, two people were taken into custody. these are just preliminary numbers. we'll get the full report monday. depending on how hard you went last night... you might have had some trouble getting up today. the struggle is very real for some partiers... who came to vegas for new year's... and left on planes today. action news reporter parker collins spoke with some of them about how they're doing. < 3:28:54-3:29:11 it's new
are waking up and a lot of them in the new year. this morning i saw cleanup crews. i saw them opening up the roads. a lot of people are telling me they had an amazing time here. gino comporato, celebrated nye 3:27:59-3:28:06 "we saw diplo and what i remember man it was just f dancing all night man and then somehow getting home." 3:29:29:23-3:29:30 a lot of people i spoke to didn't stop partying until the sun came up at mccarran parker collins channel thirteen action news. > bill cosby charged with assault. the fallout continues. now his wife has been ordered to testify against her husband. up next, the legendary comedian is breaking his silence...following his arrest. what he's saying, and how people are reacting. the trial for the second officer accused in the death of freddie gray is just days away. find out how his attorney is fighting back.
alleged sexual predatory behavior. plus, for the first time since his arrest...the comedian is also speaking out. abc's brandi hitt has the story. < nats -- "no comment mr. cosby?" 2 just days after bill cosby's arrest... on a felony charge of aggravated indecent assault ... all eyes are now shifting to his wife of 50 years -- camille. nats -- a federal judge has ordered her to testify in a defamation lawsuit filed by conversations were protected... under marital privilege. ((transition)) more than 50 women have now come forward -- accusing the comedian of sexual assault... drugging... or rape. many of them appearing in the a&e documentary "cosby -- the women speak" -- produced by abc's lincoln square productions." sot -- beverly johnson, cosby accuser // "i knew i had been drugged... no doubt in my mind." 4 sot -- (too fast to super) // "i don't know how i ended up in his hotel room." 2 sot -- charlotte fox, cosby accuser
cosby has long denied the "i have been in this business for 52 years, and i will... i've never seen anything like this." 6 wednesday - following his arrest... he posted on twitter -- "friends and fans, thank you"? only to be blasted with several angry responses. cosby's attorneys say he remains in good spirits. sot -- monique pressley, bill cosby's attorney // "he has confidence in his legal team's ability to bring about justice for him in this case." 4 ((on camera tag)) camille cosby has stood by her husband -- calling him a kind and generous man in a statement last year. her deposition has been scheduled for next week. the comedian is back in criminal court the following week. brandi hitt -- abc news -- los angeles. > new developments in the trial of the shooting death of freddie gray. attorneys for one of the baltimore police officers accused in his death... say the victim may have had back problems before his arrest. they have filed a motion to obtain gray's medical records. but the attorney for gray's family says he never had a
his arrest last april. the medical examiner who performed gray's autopsy also said there was no evidence of a previous injury. some sad news in the music world -- iconic r&b star natalie cole has died at the age of 65. the daughter of legendary singer nat king cole reportedly died last night of congestive heart failure in los angeles. cole also had kidney troubles dating back to 2008. she was diagnosed with hepatitis c...which the grammy winner attributed to her struggles cocaine and heroin. her most memorable hits include "this will be," "unforgettable" and "inseparable." the new year is bringing a promising start to the midwest...devastated by those historic floods. in some areas...rivers are cresting, levees are holding, and now many highways are re-opening. but in others, they're waiting for what's next. we'll have more on the record flooding.. when we come back.
las vegas fire and rescue says crews were responding to a house fire near maryland parkway and bruce yesterday, when the accident happened. the firefighter was checked out by paramedics on scene. as for the house, crews say it was vacant. they think it was started by squatters. officials are now studying that explosion at a radio active waste dump in beatty... so they can learn how to prevent another blast from happening. the fire marshall's final report found that rainwater seeping into the corroded barrels of waste caused the explosion. now officials are working to find out who is at fault, and what corrective action is needed. no one was injured during the explosion back in october. now to the midwest, and those historic floods-- it seems like the new year is bringing some relief. flood waters are starting to recede... so some major roadways are being re-opened.. but problems for many.. aren't over yet. here's abc's elizabeth hur. < two main higways.. flooded and shut down for days.. are now back open in missouri.. a welcome sight for residents.. ((sot) "it's historic.." including the millers..
a first. ((sot)) wife and husband: "no never.. not our lifetime." ((sot)) bob few hours.. but this has been like this (points) like what? 3 or 4 days now so? it's mind boggling." ((sot)) dwight davis, sunset hills, mo "we felt this relief.. right when it peaked." dwight davis captured this video of his flooded neighborhood.. and these pictures of his home.. saved by the sandbags.. he was one of hundreds in the suburbs of st louis.. told to evacuate.. many still not allowed to return home.. with authorities warning the danger isn't over yet. ((nat)) this flooding was historic for the meramec river.. cresting in valley park.. 4 feet above the record set back in 1993.. the water is starting to recede.. but with the clean up.. just beginning.. the national guard will remain activated until at least saturday.. ((sot)) dwight 48:40ish "once it started going down it just a huge weight off our shoulders? but we are not done yet there is still
where we are.. authorities say.. more than 100 roads are still under water. eh, abc valley park, mo. > right now, a reminder that an air quality is in effect today! it all has to do with those thousands of beautiful fireworks that lit up our skies last night. health officials say all that smoke could aggravate anyone with respiratory diseases. but we should all be good for tomorrow. let's go to meteorologist karla huelga and 'weather first.' a series of low pressure systems will skirt the west coast starting tonight. north into washington. las vegas will see some of the effects of that moisture but it'll only be in the form of high clouds. those clouds will work against the southwest flow to keep temperatures below normal, but will concede some progress and allow highs into the low 50s for the first time since christmas day. sunday will see even thicker high clouds and slightly warmer temperatures thanks to warm
flow of slightly warmer air in from the south. monday is where things change for the wetter - a weak low pressure system will miss vegas to the south but could toss enough moisture towards the city to spark off a few showers in the afternoon. that storm is the first in a line of storms headed towards southern nevada with models forecasting up to 1.25" of rain by friday night. the heaviest rain looks to fall tuesday into wednesday of next week with another whopper coming for thursday and friday. each successive storm will be cooler than the one preceding it, which will push snow levels lower and lower with each system. snow levels will eventually fall to about 4,000 feet by friday afternoon. temperatures all week will hover in the upper 40s to low 50s, low temperatures in the mid to upper 40s. to california north into washington. las vegas will see some of the effects of that moisture but
high clouds. those clouds will work against the southwest flow to keep temperatures below normal, but will concede some progress and allow highs into the low 50s for the first time since christmas day. sunday will see even thicker high clouds and slightly warmer temperatures thanks to warm overnight lows and a steady flow of slightly warmer air in from the south. monday is where things change for the wetter - a weak low pressure system will miss vegas to the south but could toss enough moisture towards the city to spark off a few showers in the afternoon. that storm is the first in a the heaviest rain looks to fall tuesday into wednesday of next week with another whopper lower and lower with each system. snow levels will eventually fall to about 4,000 feet by mid to upper 40s. thanks karla-- now say hello to the newest resident of
take a look. he's ramon hernandez. he was born at 12-04 at mountain view hospital, during all those fireworks on the las vegas strip. he weighs 6 pounds, 5 ounces...and is 18-and-a-half inches tall. his proud parents say the delivery was smooth, and couldn't believe all the attention. jazmine mejia // mom 14:59 - 15:07 "it's very overwhelming...for the rest of his life." the hospital gave him a gift basket for the big honor. the new year is a great time basket for the big honor. the new year is a great time for a fresh start. along with improving your health and fitness... why not start thinking about making some financial changes. we have five tips on getting your finances in order. we'll be right back.
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or else, you could miss out on scholarships or grant money. the form also helps determine how much you can borrow from the government. 2016 is a new year to start fresh on your finances...or just get them in order. here's abc's rebecca jarvis with steps you need to take. < nats -- new year's countdown just in time for your new year's resolutions (keyables) five smart money moves to get you started on the path to financial fitness. (gfx) step 1: cut the clutter. from your banking to your bills, set up auto- pay and accounts online to save yourself time and late fees in the year ahead. (keyable) unsubcsribe from emails, and services you're no longer using. (gfx) step 2: order your free credit report at annualcreditreport.co m you're entitled to one a year. (keyables) now's the time to check it over and know where you stand. so nothing's standing in the way of you getting a mortgage, credit card or car loan this year. amend any errors, and pay down any overdue debts. (gfx) step 3. turn your phone into a
(keyable) no need to pay a broker big bucks nats -- betterment app apps like betterment and wealthfront help you set your goals, recommend, and automatically invest your money in low- fee funds. (gfx) step 4: max out that 401k. (keyable) you've probably heard it a million times, but if your employer offers a 401k match and you're not taking full advantage, you're leaving money on the table. start the year off right by setting up automatic contributions. (gfx) and finally, step 5: protect your hard earned money from fraud. with free apps like billguard. (keyables) you can track your spending, manage your credit and debit cards, and protect the accounts from fraud and unauthorized transactions. for good morning america, rebecca jarvis, abc news, new york. > a fire breaks out at a hotel... right across the street from where fireworks were about to be set off. coming up on action news live at 3-30--
assignment...but soon found himself trapped he caught his escape on video...plus you'll hear from him. and it's 2016, and new laws go into effect today. all those details ahead. and remember you can get all your breaking news and weather updates anytime just by downloading the free ktnv mobile app for your smartphone or tablet.
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