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relationship with a student. plus.. live video from primm right now where dozens of people are living up to take their shot at a powerball jackpot.. well over a half-billion dollars. but first... a philadelphia police officer is in the hospital today after investigators say he was shot several times by a man who claimed to be inspired by isis. the entire attack last night-was caught on surveillance camera. abc's marci gonzalez shows us why the police chief calls this "the scariest thing" he's ever seen. chilling surveillance images - of what philadelphia police call - an ambush on one of their officers by a suspect they say pledged loyalty to isis... nat all cars standby we have an officer shot the photos - show the suspect firing at least 11 times- into a patrol car.. captain james clark/homicide unit, philadelphia police department : "he is literally inside that car." // can be back on cam here: he started to
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only, to kill him. the officer in the driver's seat - jesse hartnett... "i'm shot! i'm bleeding heavily!" shot 3 times in the arm... richard ross/police commissioner, philadelphia police department: "i'm absoultely amazed officer hartnett is with us today" despite his serious injuries- hartnett managed to get out of the car...follow the suspect, and fire back other officers soon arrested the injured suspect - identified according to our abc station wpvi- as 30-year old edward archer. police saying the suspect - gave an alarming confession. captain james clark/homicide unit, philadelphia police department: "he said that he follows the islamic state... religious teachings of allah, and he was called upon to do this. police defend laws that are contrary to the teachings of the koran. investigators now trying to determine how he was radicalized... as officer hartnett...recovers in the hospital. sot - robert hartnett father "i see his is waking up.. it's going to be a tough road.. he is a tough guy.// i love him.. i'm very proud of him." marci gonzalez tag and philadelphia's police commissioner - said the 9 millimeter gun used- was a
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in 2013 investigators still trying to determine- how the suspect ended up with it- and whether anyone worked with him - to plan this targetted attack. mg abc news ny an update to breaking news we brought you at the top of the hour... brought you at the top of the one person has been taken to umc following a stabbing near craig & las vegas boulevard... contact 13 investigative reporter stephanie zepelin is at the scene and joins us now live with the latest... stephanie? boston police have made an arrest after one of their
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one of their officers was shot this morning. kurt stockinger was working in the drug control unit as a plain-clothes officer when he was shot in the leg. the suspect is now in
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the officer is expected to be okay. no word on what prompted the shooting. a number of tourists were injured today when two men carrying knives attempted to storm a hotel in egypt. at least two swedish tourists were stabbed but it's unclear if any others were hurt. security guards shot both of the suspects, killing one. the attack took place at the popular bella vista hotel in the resort town of hurghada. the mother of the so-called "affluenza" teen appeared before a texas judge today. tonya couch arrived in texas more than a week after mexican authorities detained her with her son in mexico. she is accused of helping her son-- ethan-- flee the country after he missed a juvenile probation meeting. ethan couch is on probation for killing four people in a drunk driving crash in 2013. ethan couch is still in mexico. last week a mexican judge granted the teen a temporary stay halting deportation proceedings. new trouble for a clark county school district teacher accused of having an inappropriate relationship with a student. a new accuser is stepping
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assaulted by the teacher 4-years ago. brittany freer claims kristy yegge gave her drugs.. 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.. but when she woke up.. she says yegge was undressing her. and becuase of the drugs.. she says she didn't have the strength to stop her. freer didn't report what allegedly happened until 2014. metro says it didn't pursue charges because there wasn't enough evidence. yegge's attorney sent us a statement saying in part.. quote: "my client is steadfastly maintaining her innocence regarding these allegations.. and i intend to defend her accordingly." the d-a says they're still reviewing yegge's case involving the student at veterans tribute career and technical academy. until then.. yegge is on home assignment. alright - so everybody's talking about it - the powerball jackpot has reached
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largest jackpot in history - and hundreds of people are at the lotto store in primm right now. but if you plan on going - make sure you dress warm! action news reporter is out there now. michael what's it's like. rikki - if you plan on coming out here - please do yourself a just take a look at how far away from the building it actually starts. i'm told the wait is about 3 hours long. but - the wait isn't scaring anyone away. we've got people out here who called off from work sick - people who drove hours and hours to get here - people ditching class. whatever it takes to possibly win this money. a lot of people came in groups because they knew they would need a bathroom break and someone to hold their spot in line. but bathroom or not - of course everyone one agrees the money is worth the hassle. "my husband wants an airline. a private jet is too little." "is this worth the exhaustion? really? yes." "all it takes is
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one set of numbers and you got it." 13 secs as i'm sure you can imagine - a lot of the people out here have selfish dreams - but i heard some really heartwarming stories today - one woman even got emotional. so stay with us - i'll be back out here tonight at 5. still ahead.. new developments in a bizzare murder investigation. we're now hearing the 9-1-1 call in a case involving a former fbi agent and his daughter.. accused of plotting to kill her husband. also ahead in our 'now trending' report.. a girl who's not holding back with her feelings about snow. bryan. ((bryan)) the puppy bowl is just weeks
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the puppy bowl is just weeks away.. and two dogs from the nevada s-p-c-a are in the starting line-up. it's one of three trending headlines we are following today. "magic".... a -16- week old chihuahua... will play for team fluff. and toby.... an 18- week old maltese... will play for team ruff. animal planet worked with animal shelters from around the country to fill out its roster with adoptable dogs. from the puppy bowl to the super bowl. we now know who will take the stage at half time. beyonce will reportedly join
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during super bowl 50. the big game is february 7th in santa clara, california. "go away snow! go away!" and if you think you might really hate snow... one little girl has you beat. her father revealed to her the first snow of the year... and she is clearly not happy about it one bit! for more stories trending right now.. go to ktnv.com. and we want to hear your thoughts. just sound off on any trending news by joining us on twitter. our handle is @ktnv use #nowtrending. anchors adlib and toss to bryan another strong pacific system is pushing towards the west coast for this weekend but it won't make a run at southern california like the last several. this storm will make a left turn and push north dragging the cold front and most of the moisture along the west coast
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a weak system will form at the tail end of the cold front but it'll form over land and will be moisture starved which means lots of clouds, but not a lot of rain. that leaves saturday with a mixture of sun and clouds, increasing the cloud cover in the afternoon and evening. the best shot for any precipitation will come saturday evening and overnight into sunday morning and will be spotty at best. really this is an isolated sprinkle kind of rain with up to one one-hundredth of an inch possible in the heaviest showers. another break in the clouds comes for sunday with partly cloudy skies before yet another system pushes into central and northern california bringing more thick cloud cover
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and wednesday of next week. with the cloud cover high temperatures will be in the low to mid 50s with lows ranging between 34 and 41 depending on clouds through the night. breaking news... us weekly is now reporting lamar odom has left the hospital in los angeles after nearly three months following
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in nevada back in october. odom has now been moved to a private rehab facility near the home of his wife khloe kardashian. we're also learning odom is now moving around without a walker. new details in the case of a north carolina woman and her ex-fbi father.. charged with murdering her husband. for the first time.. we're now hearing the 9-1-1 call.. and learning more about what officers found at the scene. abc's linzie janis has the latest. sot from 911// tom martens - "my daughter's husband my son-in-law got in a fight w my daughter. i intervened and i think, he's in bad shape." calm and collected ... that's former fbi agent tom martens, telling a 9-1-1 dispatcher he may have beat his son-in-law to death. sot: dispatcher: "what do you mean, 'he's in bad shape?'" tom martens: "he's bleeding all over and i may have killed him." in this newly released 9-1-1 call, for the first time we hear marten's direct account of how the night of august 2nd turned deadly for 39-year- old jason corbett. sot: dispatcher: "what
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him in the head?with a baseball bat. he was choking my daughter. he said, 'i'm going to kill her.'" when officers arrived on the scene ... martens told them he was woken up by an argument between corbett and his 31-year-old daughter, molly martens corbett? nats: molly is crying. on the 9-1-1 call, you can hear her sobbing in the background ... then following the dispatcher's request to try c-p-r on her husband...as she cries. nats: molly martens-corbett: "i'm certified?i just can't think?one, two, three, four?" corbett was pronounced dead at the scene. the father and daughter -now charged with second degree murder and voluntary manslaughter - say it was self defense. but in a search warrant just obtained by abc news? the officer writes that the struggle described by tom martens "?was not consistent with the evidence at the scene." while the criminal case is just beginning, family of martens-corbett say physical abuse is unlike her. sot: michael earnest/ uncle: "molly was just a wonderful mother and that was just not
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abc's linzie janis reporting. up next.. congress votes yet again to repeal obamacare. we'll tell you what happened next. plus.. an incredible story about a woman who stepped-up to help her daughter.. by giving birth to her grandaughter. we'll explain.
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as expected.. president obama vetoed legislation today.. passed by the house and senate.. that would have repealed the affordable care act. it's the latest of many repeal measures pushed by republican lawmakers since 2010.. after obama signed the a-c-a into law. this version would have also cut federal funding for planned parenthood. the bill now goes back to the
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which does not have enough votes to override the veto. now to a headline grabbing a lot of attention -- a 54-year-old woman who gave birth to her granddaughter -- acting as a surrogate for her daughter, who struggled for years to have a baby. abc's kayna whitworth has the story. three generations of women brought together by the ultimate labor of love? sotpop 20;57;55;14- kelley - she gave us the best gift ever after years of infertility and miscarriages kelly mikissack was desperate to becoe a mother - that's when she says her own mom stepped in - volunteering as surrogate 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 at 54 with two children of her own all grown up -tracey thompson says this pregnancy was no easy feat? 20;52;46;43 t: it was difficult - i wasn't 20 yrs old and pregnant the therapy i had to go through wasn't a
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video)) but following many heartaches for kelley- finally a miracle?doctors at the medical center of plano? performing a c-section tuesday afternoon - kelly and her husband there with grandma tracey for the baby's big arrival? sot - 20;49;47;48 kelley: ...it was amazing. there she was [gfx] baby kelcey entering the world? the little bundle of joy named after the two women who carried her in their hearts for so long? sot - 20;54;40;15 kelley - her 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. 8:00 - last man standing 8:30 - dr. ken 9:00 - shark tank 10:00 - at 5.. a new study is revealing that
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what researchers are saying about attractive young women and their academic performance a desperate search tonight for a missing service dog. why a valley man's health may be at risk without the dog. those stories and more on action news.. live at 5.
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news live at 3:30 but stay with us - judge judy is up next. we'll be back in 60 minutes for action news live at 5. until then.. thanks for watching and have a great evening. action news live at 3 begins
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>> judge judy: you and your girlfriend were fighting. >> yes, ma'am, we were. >> announcer: she didn't know much about her new roommate... >> that got me thinking, "my
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>> announcer: ...but soon, all was revealed. >> as i was walking out the door, i heard him slap her, and her say, "ouch." >> her problem is that she's a drug addict, and she's a liar and a manipulator. >> judge judy: you the girlfriend? >> i'm his girlfriend now. >> judge judy: good luck to you. >> announcer: "judge judy." you are about to enter the courtroom of judge judith sheindlin. the people are real. the cases are real. the rulings are final. captions paid for by cbs television distribution sandra stuart is suing her former landlord, dale williams, for the return of rent. sandra claims dale is an abusive man. >> byrd: order! all rise! your honor, this is case number 46 on the calendar in the matter of stuart vs. williams. >> judge judy: thank you. >> byrd: you're welcome, judge. parties have been sworn in. you may be seated. ladies, have a seat. >> judge judy: ms. stuart, you rented a room from the defendant
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