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officer in the name of islam and pledged allegiance to isis. that suspect has just been identified as edward archer. the ambush happened last night. we just got this surveillance images it. take a look. you see the man dressed in what sources say is muslim garb and wearing a mask. he approaches the driver's side window of 33-year-old officer jesse hartnett's cruiser... and then opens fire 13-times!!! only 3 bullets hit the officer. (officer) "i'm bleeding." (officer) "get us another unit out here. 6-0 and spruce." (officer) "please send me some units to 6-0 and irving. (inaudible) weapon out here." (dispatch) "sir, we have officers en route to you." police say officer harnett returned fire. he suffered extensive injuries to his arm, but has undergone
authorities are working now to find out the man's motive. and now to the officer in boston... we've just learned that officer was not in uniform and was authorities aren't releasing any specific information on that person. death-vo breaking here at home -- an inmate has died at a correction center up in carson city... and now authorities are working to figure out why. he's been identified as 67- year-old sherwood jordan. he had been in prison since 2004...serving a life sentenced for lewdness with a minor and sexual assault with a person under 16. an autopsy is set to take place, to find out how he died. developing now, a scandal at c-e-s! u-s marshals raided a chinese hoverboard booth...for suspected patent infringement! here's the video from bloomberg business.
hoverboards and grabbing signs and fliers promoting the chinese company...called changzhou first international trade company. bloomberg says "future motion" turned in the chinese company for making a product that was too similar to their's. the marshalls told bloomberg they were there to serve a court order. c-e-s just gave us this statement...saying they quote "support intellectual property rights and the rule of law." new trouble for a clark county school district teacher accused of having an inappropriate relationship with a student. a new accuser is stepping forward...who says she was sexually assaulted by the teacher years ago. brittany freer says 4-years ago, kristy yegge gave her drugs and then took advantage of her! 11.07.52.00 "once i went over to her house she proceeded to give me prescription drugs, and because i was in a hyper emotional state i took." freer says she fell asleep... and when she woke up, yegge was undressing her. but becuase of the drugs, she says she didn't have the strength to stop her. freer didn't report what happened until 20-14. but metro says they didn't
wasn't enough evidence. yegge's atorney sent us a and i intend to defend her accordingly." the district attorney's office says they're still reviewing yegge's case involving the student at veterans tribute career and technical academy until then, she is on home assignment. three vehicles go up in flames overnight, three vehicles go up in flames overnight, including a family business. now it looks like it might have been done on purpose. action news reporter parker collins has the latest. < just got confirmed fire investigators are looking at this like an arson. up... take vo the business that owns these vans devastated. couldn't believe the scene this morning. take sot ba lu, works nearby 1:09:28-1:09:34 "so surprised, never been like that. never been a fire like that, no. never had a fire like that. near fremont and charleston parker collins channel thirteen action news. > breaking right now --
bill that would repeal obamacare. house speaker paul ryan just signed it yesterday... republican lawmakers have tried more than 60-times to roll back at least parts of the affordable care act... which cuts planned parenthood from federal funding. making las vegas more safe and more profitable... that's mayor carolyn goodman's plan for 20-16. during her annual state of the city address, the mayor focused on improving our homeless rates and transportation... plus working to be a totally renewable energy city! but the most important problem she wants to tackle is safety. "no one will live in a city that isnt safe or invest in a city that isnt safe, do business in a city that isnt safe, or move to a city that isnt safe"
now patrol parks and trails. and there is a lot our city has to look forward to... including a new theater downtown, and hosting the last presidential debate next october. tense moments on one united airlines flight. the plane forced to make an emergency landing, when a passenger attacked a flight attendant. up next, we'll show you that fight caught on video...and what witnesses are saying about the whole ordeal. and it's been a rollercoaster week on wall street. so how will it impact your family's finances? plus tips on what to do if this happens temperatures coming up in weather. nats: woman cursing - bleeped
just 30-minutes into the flight, airline officials say the woman asked to get off the plane. when she was denied that request, the woman then reportedly lost it! "the girl went crazy and attacked her.. and started scratching her face up? and ripped her necklace off at one point, the woman in question yelled she was bi-polar. then 3-other passengers stepped in...to help take her down. there's just one day left until the consumer electronics show wraps up. but before then, we want to showcase some of the coolest new innovations debuting! first up -- a stackable t-v! take a look. it's by samsung. once they are stacked together, the individual screens make one large t-v unit. you can position the screens to create a 61-inch or 91-inch screen! and here's something that would transform your flight experience -- panasonic is building a 13-inch, h-d touchhreen display. the screens can connect with your smartphone and even charge it... and of course, play videos.
economy class. and keurig is branching out from just making coffee. this is the new "keurig kold." it takes the drink maker's familiar pods and makes soda. it sells for 300-bucks. coming up in our next half hour, we'll show you even more products making their worldwide debut. dr. frank viggiano joins us live for an exclusive look. we have another front expected to pass through the valley this weekend; bringing us small chance for isolated showers during saturday night into sunday morning. today and through the weekend, for the most part, partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies will be common along with high temperatures in the upper 40s and low 50s. winds do calm to normal speeds between 5 and 15 mph through the forecast but overnight lows are dropping dramatically.
mid 30s through the weekend and into the next work with the outer edge communities potentially dropping into the upper 20s! make sure to bring in any outdoor pets or potted plants, wrap your pipes and make sure your elderly friends and relatives are ready for the overnight chill. by monday, mostly sunny to partly sunny skies return but looks to be short lived. another front looks to drop into the valley by next thursday, bringing in another shot for showers. now to the market selloff- trading this week marks the
in history for u-s stocks! but some good news -- trading in china is up! so let's take a look at how that's affecting markets here -- the dow is up xx-points! but yesterday the dow closed 400- points... after chinese stocks fell 7- percent and was stopped just 30- minutes in! with the rollercoaster on wall street, many of you may be concerned with your investments. so what should you do? first, don't sell or change your 401k in a panic... because if you sell when the markets are down....you're setting yourself up for potential losses. next, realize that the sell-offs have may present an opportunity to purchase stocks at a discount. jonathan corpina, senior managing partner, meridian equity partners: that you have been following over time - that in your in opinion have been too expensive for you to purchase - this might be the time to step in." and finally, take advantage of the benefits...like oil prices being at their lowest level in more than a decade.
the powerball prize is now at 800 million dollars--the highest ever! and it could go even higher by tomorrow night's drawing! so if you win tomorrow... what's the best thing for you to do? we've got some tips for you! sign the back of your ticket. try to stay anonymous. arizona allows anyone who wins more than 600-dollars to say anonymous for 90-days. assemble a money management team... don't spend all your winnings too fast. a baby was given no hope of survival... until a certain, life-saving piece of cardboard came around. coming up in today's health report, we'll explain how doctors used the cardboard to give the
a 54-year-old woman gave birth to her granddaughter. she served as a surrogate for her daughter...who struggled for years to get pregnant. 20;48;39;31 tracey: this opportunity came up and it was something that god presented to us and we took it and we ran (butted with) sotpop 20;57;55;14- kelley - she gave us the best gift ever baby kelcey was born tuesday. grandma says it was no easy feat, but she couldn't be more thrilled. well, this isn't the first time a grandma has served as a surrogate. being pregnant as a menopausal women is high-risk. so, how does it all happen? here's abc's doctor jennifer ashton to explain--
really...the embryo transfer." doctor ashton for women 55 and under, health officials say women at the age usually have no issues serving as a surrogate. now to an incredible story -- a piece of cardboard saved a baby's life.... but it's not your ordinary piece of cardboard, it's actually something made by google, and sells for less than 20- bucks online. bucks online. here's cnn's elizabeth cohen with the story. < (dr. anthony rossi/ nicklaus children's hospital) i see the baby's heart, i see it in 3d, i can see it from the front, the back, i can see it from the top and i can see it from the bottom. each one of these is a 2d image, but when i close it and everything. he knows exactly what he's going to get when he opens up that baby's chest. (elizabeth cohen/ cnn
you move and it moves the anthony rossi/ nicklaus children's hospital) it's revolutionary because the way that we would plan surgery in the past is we took a 2 dimensional image and then in our mind we would have to process that and try to come up @elizcohencnn) so your team sat in a room and all of you guys were doing this? (dr. anthony rossi/ nicklaus children's hospital) a bunch of us, yeah. minutes and millimeters make the difference between getting it right and getting it wrong. once we saw these images, we said wait a second, we can figure this out. i think this is the difference between her living and dying. > it's been four weeks since baby teegan's story. and some good news to report -- she was taken off a ventilator
is breathing on her own. doctors expect her to go home within the next two weeks and to make a full recovery. a new letter with an old message, is circling in one valley neighborhood's mailboxes. sot anthony tully, lives in spring valley to see someone go about and try to hurt other people like that, it hurts me now the company being accused is fighting back... saying they're innocent and
from two of those fires. take a look. you see a car pulls up, two people get out... and then minutes later, flames erupt! two vans were destroyed, and one guy runs away. the video just coming in from a nearby business at fremont and charleston. the business who lost those two vans are a shuttle service. theys say now their business is in jeopardy. police are investigating these fires as arson. another round of racist letters
valley. now state and federal authorities are trying to figure out if this is the same person, or a copy cat. the letters ask homeowners not to sell or rent to some minorities, because they want to "keep spring valley white." the notes are being sent out on the letterhead for the h-o-a's law firm. but the law firm say they have nothing to do with these racist notes, and they're huring their business. sot john leach to put that in print and circulate that. and then to give false light that it's coming from somebody else is horrible the law firm is asking anyone who receives the letter to put it in a plastic bag and send it to police, so it can help them track down the person responsible. the battle over the solar rate changes is not cooling down anytime soon. people are turning to our state's highest official for help. hear from governor sandoval himself... coming up at 11-30. and another dispensary is opening up here in the valley-- how they're making history in
president obama is defending his new policies on gun control... meeting face-to-face with americans to answer their questions. find out how americans feel about the executive actions. a man is behind bars... accused of trying to kill his neighbors over a dog. he said he's innocent, and is sharing his side with action news. it's a jailhouse interview you'll only see on action news. and taking a live look outside, temperatures are falling, and there's a chance for more rain over the weekend. hello and thanks for joining us on this second half of action news at midday, i'm dayna roselli. and i'm jessica janner. the winter weather is back! so how much rain are we going to get, and when! let's get all the details now, with meteorologist greg bennett. central las vegas will drop to mid 30s through the weekend and into the next work with the outer edge communities potentially dropping into the upper 20s! make sure to bring in any outdoor pets or potted by monday, mostly sunny to partly sunny skies return but looks to be short lived.
into the valley by next thursday, bringing in another shot for showers. a breaking news update now... on the capture of mexican drug lord el chapo. we told you at the top of the hour..joaquin guzman loera was arrested in the city of los mochis in sinaloa state. we're just learning mexican marines, the u-s d-e-a and us marshals were all part of his capture. guzman was taken into
the state of sinaloa. el chapo had been on the run since july... after he escaped a maximum security prison. the drug lord is now waiting extradition back to the u-s now to an update on that police officer shot in philadelphia-- police say the suspect shot the officer in the name of islam and pledged allegiance to isis. he's been identified as edward archer. now his mother is speaking out.. she says her son had recently been hearing voices, and had asked his family for help. archer shot at officer jesse hartnett's cruiser last night, in what's being described as an ambush. the officer was shot 3-times in the arm.... but he should be ok. now to a story you'll only see on action news -- the man arrested for trying to kill his neighbors over a dog is speaking out from his jail cell. nye county deputies say paul applegate confessed to shooting at his neighbor's house...because he believes they killed his mom's
but in our exclusive jailhouse interview, applegate says he never confessed. he says he was on drugs while talking to police. "i was high on crack and i was high on meth. i did not do the shooting at opened fire on his neighbors, and has no problem with them. but that's not what his mom says. he told us paul did want to get revenge on the family for killing her pomeranian. he didn't tell me he tried to kill the guy he said i just wanted to scare him so he won't bother you anymore mom applegate's mom says he had just moved in with her to try and get a new start to his life. he's now facing attempted murder charges. pause for animation justice for the family of shauna tiaffay. both men involved in her brutal murder are now serving their time behind bars. noel stevens will spend the next 42-years to life in prison
shauna's husband george tiaffay... in exchange for killing her. shauna was beat to death back in 20- 12... her family now tells us they can finally begin to move forward. paula stokes shauna's sister 13:10:43:20 "we go through all of this and at the end of the day, we don't have her and it doesn't bring her back. we get some sort of solace knowing that noel & george have been given the maximum sentence." george tiaffay, a former las vegas firefighter, is currently serving his life sentence for his role in shauna's death. testimony is underway right now in the trial of a former church pastor accused of sexually assaulting girls in his congregation. otis holland's attorney says the accusers might have made up the stories because they thought they loved him. holland was the former united faith church leader here in town. the 59-year old has pleaded not guilty to charges. he is expected to testify. if convicted, he faces up to
meantime, president obama is taking his gun control pitch on the road... he laid out his reasons for the increased restrictions, live on c-n-n. po-125th (president obama) if we could combine gun safety with sensible background checks and some other checks, we're not going to eliminate gun violence but we will lessen it. the president says his executive actions have been overly politicized and mischaracterized, he wants to remind the publics he has no plan to take away everybody's guns. a new cnn poll shows that 67- percent of the public supports obama's measures... but 57-percent don't think it would be effective in reducing gun related deaths. here at home -- a district judge is delaying his decision on approving the new education savings account program. the voucher system would allow parents to use their allowance from the state on what they choose, including private school tuition. education savings accounts febraury first. the program is currently being
the solar industry battle is heating up. the fight is going to the man at the top -- governor brian sandoval... because he put three members of the public utilities commission in charge. you'll remember solar customers are fighting the p-u-c... to not raise the base service charge for solar customers or cut the amount of money they'll be paid back. our investigative team talked with the governor about these rate changes. 14:03 gov: there's a very important balance here. you have 17,000 rooftop solar customers. you have 700,000 approximately nv energy customers who are essentially subsidizing that. n-v energy says non-solar customers pay about a dollar and 8 cents per month to subsidize their solar neighbors. because of these rate changes, solar-city has already cut 500 jobs and is moving most of its operations out of state. the governor says he'll help the laid-off solar workers find jobs, and solar customers who are unhappy with the puc's
meantime, a final decision on whether the new rates will stay won't come until next week. a brand new medical marijuana dispensary is holding its grand opening celebration tomorrow! sahara wellness...located near sahara and las vegas boulevard south...will also be giving tours. the owners say what makes their business special...is they're the first to be owned and operated by all females! the dispensary opens for business monday. victory for neighbors in one valley neighborhood.. all outraged over an unpleasant sight in their area. they say one man has been hanging raw meat in his backyard. still ahead --how the fight is ending. and little kids love snow, right? a dad filmed his daughter's reaction to the first snow of the season. and once you see it, you'll know why it's going viral! rain is subsiding but the winter cold returns! i am tracking the drop in overnight temperatures coming up in weather. and here's a live look at the
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b-m-x and reality star ricardo laguna is live in studio how he's helping kids stay safe plus boots that are a must have in this week's fashion trend today at 2 on valley view live. happy thursday everyone! coming up today on valley view on the capture of mexican drug lord el chapo. we've just learned that mexican president, president enrique pea nieto... is scheduled to speak at 12-30...on his arrest. joaquin guzman loera was arrested in the sinaloa state following a shootout... thanks to the work of mexican marines, the u-s d-e-a and us marshals. the drug lord has been on the run since july... after he escaped a maximum security prison. the drug lord is now waiting
an action news update now on the death of singer natalie cole. her family just revealed she died of heart failure, due to a rare lung disease. they say cole developed that disease following a kidney transplant back in 2009. the singer of nat king cole died on new year's eve in los angeles. she was 65-years old. an update on the battle here at home... over a homeowner who's been hanging meat in his backyard in mountain's edge. the homeowners association is ordering the man to take the meat down. last month, upset neighbors reached out to action news... saying the meat was attracting rodents and coyotes... and was just altogether unpleasant. we turn now to tonya couch...the mother of that affluenza teen. she faced a judge for the first time in texas, requesting a reduction in her bail. right now, she's being held on
a judge said he'll reveal her bail monday. she's facing charges for helping her son, ethan, skip probation and hide out in mexico. you'll remember ethan pleaded guilty 3-years ago to killing 4-people in a drunk driving crash. ethan is still in mexico...fighting deportation. now to the race for president... it was one of the biggest rallies yet for republican presidential candidate donald trump... but it didn't happen without some hecklers. take a look. 20:11:24 nats trump: "get em out of here! take em out" that was the scene in burlington, vermont... you may know is the hometown of democratic presidential candidate bernie sanders. but the billionaire's sights were set at taking shots at hillary clinton. clinton and her husband are the focus of trump's latest campaign ad. it shows clinton with disgraced congressman anthony weiner, bill cosby... and bill clinton with monica lewinsky. vo and hillary clinton just landed another endorsement - this one from planned parenthood! the
says it'll make it official in new hampshire sunday. it's the first time planned parenthood has endorsed anyone during presidential primaries. we have another front expected to pass through the valley this weekend; bringing us small chance for isolated showers during saturday night into sunday morning. today and through the weekend, for the most part, partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies will be common along with high temperatures in the upper 40s and low 50s. winds do calm to normal speeds between 5 and 15 mph through the forecast but overnight lows are dropping dramatically. central las vegas will drop to mid 30s through the weekend and into the next work with the outer edge communities potentially dropping into the upper 20s! make sure to bring in any outdoor pets or potted by monday, mostly sunny to partly sunny skies return but looks to be short lived. another front looks to drop into the valley by next thursday, bringing in another shot for showers.
hair loss treatment iderma - papago gosafe 268 & 388 dashcams clamp champion visijax commuter jacket "cycle wear to be seen in" - before we go... here's a look at today's top stories before we go... here's a look at today's top stories we're following -- we're expected to learn more about the capture of mexican drug lord el chapo... after 6-months on the run. mexican president, president enrique pea nieto...is scheduled to speak at 12-30. joaquin guzman loera was arrested in the sinaloa state following a shootout... the drug lord is now waiting extradition back to the u-s we also learned armed vehicles and weapons were confiscated during his capture.
here's a look at today's top stories we're following -- we're expected to learn more about the capture of mexican drug lord el chapo... after 6-months on the run. mexican president, president enrique pea nieto...is scheduled to speak at 12-30. joaquin guzman loera was arrested in the sinaloa state following a shootout... the drug lord is now waiting extradition back to the u-s
and weapons were confiscated during his capture... all in a house he was hiding out in. and a police police officer shot in philadelphia during an ambush. police say edward archer shot the officer in the name of islam and pledged allegiance to isis. his mother is speaking out...saying he had been hearing voices, and had asked for help. police say archer shot at officer jesse hartnett's cruiser last night. the good news -- the officer should be ok. one booth is now empty at c-e-s! u-s marshals raided a chinese hoverboard booth...for suspected patent infringement! bloomberg says the marshalls were there to serve a court order. and the search is on for whoever lit several vehicles on fire overnight. here's surveillance video of two of the fires....near fremont and charleston. it's video you'll see first on action news. you see a car pulls up, two people get out... and then minutes later, flames erupt! two vans were destroyed, the video just coming in from a nearby business at fremont and charleston.
fires as arson. make sure to bring in any outdoor pets or potted plants, wrap your pipes and make sure your elderly friends and relatives are ready for the overnight chill. by monday, mostly sunny to partly sunny skies return but looks to be short lived. here's tonight's primetime lineup on channel 13... it starts at 8 with last man standing, dr. ken at 8-30, then shark tank at 9. 20-20 comes on at 10. and make sure to join us for action news live at 11. that's it for us here... the chew is up next... and be sure to watch action news live at 3 p-m with rikki cheese... until then.. thanks for watching and have a great day.
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