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to call north las vegas police. reporting live..david schuman..channel 13 action news. president obama is vowing that 2016 will be a year of action to protect americans from gun violence. in a new year's day address, the president suggested the possibility of issuing executive orders aimed at making it harder for criminals to get guns. but gun control is an issue where obama has been unable to win any concessions from congress. abc's bazi kanani has more from washington. 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, the president says he will meet monday with attorney general loretta lynch to discuss his options... including bypassing congress with an executive order. in the meantime... calling for public support. (sot obama address) the gun lobby is loud and well have to be just as passionate and well organized in our defense of kids. (nats rally) proponents of looser gun controls are celebrating in texas.... where a new law went into effect... allowing licensed texans to carry handguns openly in public. ==bazi on cam tag== the national rifle association is also fighting back... releasing a new series of videos attacking those pushing for stricter gun controls... including democratic
around the world, there were heightened fears of terrorism going into the new year's holiday. neither cold weather nor threats kept thousands from enjoying the 127th annual rose parade. with extra security, the flowered floats moved through the streets of pasadena, california. last night...revelers still flocked to times square to ring in 2016. fortunately there were no major incidents. "we are from the south of france. but all france is really about the events in paris. it's terrible. we have to, we have to make party, to, not to stop living." the high threat level did mean no fireworks displays in paris or brussels. celebrations were also canceled in rochester new york after a terror plot from alleged isis sympathizer emanuel lutchman was thwarted. (ad lib about live look
way, toss to 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 high clouds. those clouds will work against the southwest flow to keep temperatures below normal, but new developments out of baltimore tonight in the death
attorneys for one of the police officers accused in his death say gray may have had back problems before his arrest. they've now filed a motion to obtain gray's medical records.. and say gray complained about back pain to officers.. weeks before his death in police custody. the medical examiner who performed gray's autopsy also said there was no evidence of a previous back injury. some sad news in the music world -- iconic r&b star natalie cole has died at the age of 65. reports say the daughter of the legendary 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"
the new year means some new 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. nhp says speed played a role in a deadly crash just before midnight last night on i-15 near craig. according to investigators.. the driver was speeding before losing control of the car.. which slammed into the median.. crossed 4 lanes of traffic.. then rolled over and burst into flames. the driver and passenger were both killed. a short time later.. nhp responded to a bad 4-car crash that tied up traffic for hours along us-95. this one was caused by a wrong- way driver.
all lanes during the investigation. no word if anyone was injured. still ahead... we take you inside the home of one of the strip's most popular performers... matt goss gives us a look at some of the celebrity mementos he's collected over the years. plus.. new year's day is a big day for thousands of college students.. especially if they'll need financial help getting a degree. more on that next in financial focus.
which is important.. because federal loans usually have lower interest rates. analysts are pointing to the energy sector as the reason u-s stock markets moved sideways in 2015.. instead of up. energy was the worst performing sector in the standard & poors 500 stock index last year.. with a loss of nearly 24 percent. the main reason was a 30 percent decline in the price of u-s based crude.. which decimated the profits of oil companies. other sectors performed much better though. restaurants.. hotels and luxury goods jumped 8 percent. shares of companies selling consumer staples like toothpaste and cereal rose almost 4 percent. and.. the tech sector rose 4.3 percent on big gains by netflix.. amazon.. google and facebook. that's tonight's 'financial focus.' let's go to karla huelga and 'weather first.' . a series of low pressure systems will skirt the west coast starting tonight.
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 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
female dancers is a true vegas night out! stars from all over the world have been in the audience. jason statham, sharon stone, jerry lewis... and the late dick clark... who sent him a personal letter after seeing his show in 2011: 16:15:49 - 16:14 just wanted to drop you a short note matt.... ha ha i love that!" goss has had lunch with princess dianna, met frank sinatra, the rolling stones... and performed for 70,000 people at wembley stadium. but las vegas is home base now. he told me he's disappointed that in 2016 -- one of vegas' iconic shows will close and the famous jubilee showgirls will go away. 16:19:13 - :47 i was lucky enough... and save that show. goss has a lot of momentos that he holds on to, he met mohammad ali this year thanks to his friends larry ruvo and bernie
holds on to, he met mohammad ali this year thanks to his friends larry ruvo and bernie yuman .... (16:49:53 mohammad ali) he has signed ballet shoes from the nevada ballet - since he performed a special show with them. (16:47:00 -- ballett shoes) matt's beloved mother carol passed away a little more than a year ago. 16:45:43 - :16 she was everything to me...she looks over the house so..... 16:52:44-:18 i guarantee he's down here right now practicing darts... yah,,., 16:54:04- :09 alright so why don't you...double top 16:56:00 - :07 throws ....... ha ha ha 16:55:09 up close shot 16:57:27 come on tone... the two have enough toys to keep them busy. upstairs is a bit more
lineup on channel 13: 8:00 - last man standing 8:30 - dr. ken 9:00 - shark tank 10:00 - 20/20 hoverboards then on action news.. live at 11.. the new year means a new crackdown on hoverboards.. find out what's now being done to keep people safe as they try out the new devices, and not everyone's happy about it.. plus-- north las vegas police are searching for the gunman in the first murder of 2016.. we have the very latest from the scene.. as if you needed another reason... a new study reveals even more health benefits to getting your flu shot! plus.. many of you celebrated the new year last night with a few too many adult beverages. we'll tell you how to nurse a monster hangover in tonight's health report.. next.
the flu virus. it's a really big deal. and with fever, aches, and chills, mom knows it needs a big solution: an antiviral. don't kid around with the flu, call your doctor within the first 48 hours of symptoms and ask about prescription tamiflu. attack the flu virus at its source with tamiflu, an antiviral that helps stop it from spreading in the body. tamiflu in liquid form is fda approved to treat the flu in people two weeks of age and older whose flu symptoms started within the last two days. before taking tamiflu tell your doctor if you're pregnant, nursing, have serious health conditions, or take other medicines. if you develop an allergic reaction, a severe rash, or signs of unusual behavior,
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. 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. the new year is here and with it -- the worst hangover of your life. so what can you do to take the edge off? with the answer, here's abc's marci gonzalez. package script: it's what happens? when the party is over. your head is pounding, you're seriously dehydrated? and just generally can't imagine leaving your bed. if you're paying the price for a rollicking new year's eve, take heart - there may be some ways to curb your hangover? and maybe avoid one next time. one tip: before you go out drinking, make sure you've coated your stomach with
you'll be feeling sick in the morning. another important but simple step? between those alcoholic drinks, have some water - you'll feel a thousand percent better the next day. even if you forget to hydrate earlier in the night, compensate with water before bed. you'll get a deeper sleep, and wake up happier. and what not to do? don't mix tylenol or any other form of acetaminophen with alcohol? doing so is risky for your liver - and could leave you with much more than just a headache to contend with. of course, the best way to beat a hangover? is to avoid one in the first place. this means moderation when it comes to alcohol. you'll find you'll probably have just as much fun?. and a much healthier start to 2016. with this medical minute, i'm marci gonzalez. 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. stay with us.
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over the west coast with moderate rain to california north into washington. those clouds will work against the southwest flow to keep temperatures below normal, but that's our news for now.. but we hope to see you again later tonight for action news.. live at 11. thank you for joining us. "inside edition" is next. have a great evening..
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