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arville while two officers were chasing a suspect. the officers weren't hurt but the suspects got away. the car has since been towed away. new developments as metro tries to track down two people who shot and killed a man in a '24 hour fitness' parking lot. newly released surveillance video shows the car police believe the suspects were driving. it's a mid-2000 2-door coupe with a spoiler and non-tinted windows. the shooting happened early tuesday morning near rainbow and alta. the victim is from northern california. if you think you recognize the suspects' car... call metro right away. a man stabbed in his own home...after finding a burglar inside! now his family is begging for your help tracking down the attacker. police say the man who lives near craig and walnut came home from work yesterday morning...catching the robber off guard. they got into a fight, and that's when the robber stabbed
angry for somebody to break into his house because somebody was watching his house again, the robber is on the run. if you have any information, you're urged to call crime stoppers. president obama says he's ready to use an executive order to protect americans from gun violence. the action will reportedly address the so-called 'gun show loophole'.. which allows sellers to skip background checks in certain gun sales. abc's bazi kanani has more. < somber memories as the new year begins. the president refers back to the horrifying mass shooting of kindergarteners in newtown, connecticut-- as he announced his new year's resolution to act on gun control. (sot obama address) we know that we can't stop every act of violence. but what if we tried to stop even one? what if congress did something-- anything-- to protect our kids from gun violence. in his weekly address, president obama called it the unfinished business of his presidency... after delivering more than a dozen condelence speeches to communities like roseburg,
grieving yet another mass shooting. (sot file roseburg) somehow this has become routine. the reporting is routine. my response here at his podium ends up being routine. the conversation and the aftermath of it. we've become numb to this." frustrated by congress's inability to pass a bill expanding background checks, including bypassing congress with an executive order. in the meantime... calling for public support. (sot obama address) the gun lobby is loud and well organized in its defense of effortlessly available guns for everyone. the rest of us are going to have to be just as passionate already fighting back. (nats music) this video-- attacking democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton-- is the first in a new series of n-r-a videos going after gun control advocates. >
laws are in effect in nevada. one requires childcare facilities to provide private space for breastfeeding.. and day cares to make sure children get proper physical activity. another requires school boards to set aside money for teacher recruitment and training.. and a program to reward teachers. also.. body cameras are now mandatory for state troopers.. and you'll now be able to get a sample ballot electronically instead of through the mail. unfortunately.. tragedy did strike just before midnight. two people were killed in a deadly rollover crash on the i-15 near craig. nevada highway patrol says the driver was speeding, lost control and slammed into the median. the car then rolled across 4 lanes and burst into flames. the driver and the passenger were both killed. just after that...
traffic for hours on the 95. n-h-p say it was all caused by a wrong-way driver. they had to shut down all of the lanes while they investigated. troopers have not yet said if anyone was injured. an unexpected spectacle in dubai--- a massive fire lit up the sky...just 3-hours before the fireworks were set to begin. guests all had to be evacuated from the luxury hotel. the fire started on the 20th floor...and quickly climbed the building. this morning, crews were still working to put out the remaining flames. and take a look at this -- a photographer...trappe d on a balcony...videotaped his daring escape. "we are on the 48th floor, happening right now." he's now sharing his story of the fight to stay alive. dennis mallari // photographer "i'm on the side of the building, need help....if i go there inside to try to go exit, i'm not going to die because of the fire because of the
firefighters finally saved him. 16 people were hurt. the cause of the fire is still not known.... but they think it was accidental. as for the new year's celebrations, the show went on as planned. from communication to transportation, new innovations debuted in 20-15 to help make our lives easier. still ahead, we take a look at what new technologies are likely to make waves this year. and.. the latest episode of jerry seinfeld's web series features one of the most recognized men in the world: president obama! we'll show you part of their chat over coffee. karla. a series of low pressure systems will skirt the west coast starting tonight. president obama joined jerry seinfeld on a drive around the
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but.. the buckeyes ended-up with a convincing win against the fighting irish.. 44 to 28. for more stories trending right now.. go to ktnv.com. and if you want to sound off on any trending news.. join us on twitter. our handle is @ktnv. use the hastag.. nowtrending. anchors adlib and toss to bryan 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 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
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. 2015 was a big year for technology. but no new, bigger and better
abc's becky worley takes a look at some of the technological developments many are hoping for in the new year. 2015 was a big year for technology. but now the focus is on what new, bigger and better innovations are coming up. abc's becky worley takes a look at some of the technological developments many are hoping
< cool?new? tech? i head to stanford university where it's being dreamed up as we speak. what do these engineering students think will roll out next? mos 01:25:36 bw: when you're commuting to work will you be in a self-driving car? student: eventually, probably yeah. right now it's a little bit scary (slug: ready for the road.mp4) these kids see the google driverless car tooling around campus so they think it's right around the corner. and they're right. (gfx) big car brands have plans for autonomous driving elements in 2016. a huge wild card - could apple be planning a car? they've filed a bunch of automotive patents sot - paul saffo, futurist, stanford university//01:04:30 they will appear first in environments that are low speed and controlled. industrial campuses, downtowns and the like, but nearly self-driving cars are already here. on the fun side- mos 01:30:34 student: virtual reality is going to dominate the world. (slug: facebook go pro video.mp4) gaming will see new forays into this space ap1510064006931 and we're
that makes sense without the weird virtual reality goggles. (slug: botlr - aloft hotels.mp4) soon to be a reality? room service robots. the technology is here -- but a word of warning from these two stanford brains mos//02:20:00 teacher: human beings are becoming obsolete. student: obsolete teacher: there will be a time when there are no more jobs, b/c everything is being done by machines, which is very scary actually. lighting round on a few projects (slug: make it wearable finalists) drones you wear? that's cool. (slug: amazon prime air.mp4) amazon delivery drones- also cool but not happening until we get some significant legislation on these things mos 01:25:42 bw: would you rather work at spacex or facebook? student: spacex 02:05:37 student: spacex 02:05:51 student: spacex (slug: falling back to earth) with tech titans revolutionizing consumer space travel - it's the new frontier all over again sot - paul saffo, futurist, stanford university//01:17:42 in a very short period of time, the very rich will pay absolutely exorbitant sums for a couple of minutes of low earth orbit.
how about a new iphone 7- but why not break the naming convention mos//01:26:38 student: the u-phone! (slug: gmem010115003) and the one innovation these kids, and college students everywhere really need: mos//01:29:39 student: it's already cracked. bw: here we go. how long have you had this? student: 2 months (close up of cracked screen @01:30:18 and 02:01:30) they want unbreakable glass for their next iphone- or is it the uphone? > abc's becky worley reporting. up next in today's health report.. besides protecting you from the flu.. we'll tell you about an besides protecting you from the flu.. we'll tell you about an unexpected benefit to getting a flu shot. and remember, you can watch action news anytime.. anywhere. we're streaming our newscasts at ktnv.com so you can stay informed on any computer .. smartphone.. or tablet. we'll be right back.
recent studies says the vaccine can also help prevent a heart attack or stroke! health officials that's because when you get the flu, your immune system attacks the invading virus. but once the virus starts to go away, the white cells look for something else to do... which is usually attacking plaque in arteries. getting fit and losing weight are two of the most common new year's resolutions.. and hundreds of people around the valley started 2016 doing just that. 'lifetime athletic summerlin' hosted a family 5k run and walk today as part of its "commitment day weekend." melissa weigel // operations manager 09:52:00 - 09:52:14 "it makes us feel....on the right foot." they're hosting events all weekend.. including an ironman indoor triathalon on sunday. did you know usually by groundhog day, people are already slipping on keeping
tips to staying on track. first, set a smart goal... something that's specific and realistic. next, get a support system. make sure to find an activity you like. set a schedule for the next three- months. if you work at a desk, avoid slouching. consider sitting on a stability ball or working at a standing desk. and be conscious of how much you're snacking or sipping on at your desk. finally, don't forget to reward yourself for achieving goals. still ahead... a final look at your forecast! and.. before we head to break.. a look at tonight's abc primetime lineup on channel 13. 8 -- last man standing 8:30 -- dr. ken 9 --shark tank 10 -- 20-20 11 -- action news we'll be right back. before judge judy..
? _v/a new year's day shooting leaves one man dead. north las vegas police say a fight broke out before the deadly gunfire. it all happened near centennial parkway and lamb. police say the man killed was 41- years-old. the shooter is on the run. and the search is on for a suspect... after a teen was shot just
it all happened near sahara and sloan. police are still investigating. but they think the shooting could have been accidental... as someone could have been firing off celebratory gunfire. a police chase ends in a crash at clark high school near pennwood and arville. it happened while two officers were chasing a suspect and the patrol car got out of control. the officers weren't hurt but the suspect got away. and the wife of comedian bill cosby will testify in a defamation suit against her husband. she is scheduled to testify next week. the case she'll testify in involves seven women... who have all accused the legendary comedian of drugging and sexually assaulting them. coming up on action news live at 5: a bizzare new year's eve prank.. as some teenagers push a car down a stairwell. we'll tell you what happened next. and.. higher fees are now in effect for lake mead. we'll tell you about the new rates before you enjoy a day at the lake. those stories and more on action news.. live at 5.
you at six as well. on action news live at 6... clark county issued its five thousandth same sex marriage license to usher in the new year... we'll talk to local wedding companies about the impact they expect same sex marriages to have on their business in 2016. 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 forecasting up to 1.25" of rain by friday night. each successive storm will be and that does it for action news live at 3:30 but stay with thanks for watching and have a
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