tv Action News 11pm ABC January 9, 2016 11:00pm-11:35pm PST
out to primm for all the lotto maddness. but we begin action news live at 11 with breaking news. the hunt is on tonight for suspects in a home invasion near desert inn and fort apache. no ones been caught yet. let's go to action news reporter david schuman who's live with the latest. david this isn't one of those times where i can point at something behind me and say look at what's happening. this is a widespread search that's taken over this neighborhood tonight. we have confirmed this was a home invasion involving multiple male suspects. the residents of the home were inside at the time and they were not allowed to leave. the men took off and that's when the search started. metros helicopter was circling for at least an hour shining its spotlight down in the neighborhood. k-9 units have been walking around. no results yet. people who live around here are being told to stay inside. the few we talked to said this
they don't know what to expect. we're going to continue to keep an eye on this situation. reporting live david schuman ch13 action news. an action news update tonight on the powerball maddness sweeping the nation. everyone check your tickets. here are the winning numbers for tonights jackpot worth nearly 950 million dollars. 32, 16, 19, 57, 34 and the powerball is 13. action news headed out to the lotto store in primm earlier tonight where the lines have been massive the last few days. there was about a two hour wait tonight and some unfortunate customers were turned away at the last minute when doors closed. 14:48:59 - 14:49:11 "it took us an hour to drive out here. i'm still going to be positive, purchase a ticket,then in an almost unbelievalbe gesture of kindness, a total stranger gave her a ticket for ticket,then in an almost unbelievalbe gesture of kindness, a total stranger gave
and we have just learned that there were no winners for tonights jackpot. the next drawing will be on wednesday for an absolutely astounding estimate of 1-point-3 billion dollars. a developing story tonight. police are investigating an accident involving a man riding a scooter and a pick-up truck towing a trailer. the accident happened near bonanza and clarkway drive. authorites say the truck turned in front of the scooter, causing the rider to lose control and skid across the pavement. that rider was taken to umc with life- threatening injuries. a woman is dead after an r-t-c bus slams into a bus stop near tropicana and dean martin. it happened around 5am this morning. police say the woman was sitting under the bus shelter - when the bus driver lost control and drove right into it. the victim was pronounced dead on scene. action news reporter michael burton has the full story.
wanna show you exactly how it all went down. the bus driver was driving east on tropicana - before coming onto the sidewalk - striking the bus shelter where these cones are. the marks on the ground trace the bus' path back onto the road before coming to a full stop at dean martin drive. "he's responsible for maintain control of his vehicle. you know? he left the roadway." metro seargant richard strader had a tough time putting words together - reflecting on the devastation. the victim was sitting under the bus shelter like most riders. this is what the shelter looked like after it was hit. more than one-hundred feet away - first responders marked where they found the victim's shoes. they say the body was so mutilated - it took them longer than usual to determine the gender. commuters who use the bus stops on this block are upset, but not shocked. they say the it's full of dangerous driving - and they're
"there's people that you know speed down flamingo and tropicana all the time. they don't really pay attention." "i know that they do have bus stops where the sidwalk curves in for the bust to get inside. on streets like tropicana, i think they should have things like that." looklive tag: police are waiting for test results to reveal whether the driver was under the influence - but, even if he wasn't, he could still face charges of vehicular manslaughter - unless they can determine he was having a medical episode. reporting near tropicana and dean martin - michael burton channel 13 action news. another deadly accident on the valley roads overnight one person was killed when a motorcycle crashed into a pole on dean martin - underneath the flamingo overpass. the victim was rushed to u-m-c but didn't not survive. the accident is under investigation. an update tonight on a deadly police have arrested brandon olds in the fatal stabbing of a
complex on harmon avenue. authorities say the victim died being stabbed during a fight with olds. the victim has not been identified. no word on what started that fight. nye county sheriff's deputies have made two arrests after a man allegedly shot at a woman inside a pahrump casino. lee anthony daniels and desiree lewis were both arrested on charges ranging from attempted murder to assault with a deadly weapon. authorities say daniels got into an argument with a woman inside a cafe at the pahrump nugget hotel-casino and allegedly fired a shot at her before fleeing in a vehicle driven by lewis. the victim was hospitalized for a non-life-threatening injury to her leg. an update tonight on the standoff in oregon. it's been one week since the standoff began. tensions continue to mount in burns as armed protestors occupy the national wildlife refuge. ammon bundy and his militia group have rejected the sheriff's offer of a peaceful resolution. wanda moore has the latest.
with the sheriff...but as one of the group leaders walks up to the press conference his grandchild in his arm...it's clear...the group is not leaving... "many of you have asked: how long will this go? and we say to you: not a minute too early." ... they're just getting started bundy is emotional...his voice breaks as he talks about the hammonds. "what are we to do? are we just to go home and let these things become the normal?" he said the meeting with the sheriff went well...and that he appreciated the offer of being escorted safely out of the state "we will take that offer. but not yet." more ranchers have come up to the refuge... john pratt from southern utah "we drove the 10 or 12 hours that it takes to get here and we were welcomed in." not just supporters arriving at the refuge center of western
an american too, i love my country. you wanna talk about the consitution? i feel like my rights are being violated here." barrett kaiser is with the center of western priorities...a conservation group out of montana. "ultimately what would happen is states would sell these lands and for someone like me i wouldn't be able to hunt and fish on blm lands anymore." he's interrupted numerous times by bundy supporters "it's scary being up here. things i'm saying, amongst this crowd, it's difficult to do but someone has to stand up. say we're behind you. we're not behind what's happening now. we're behind dwight and steve - you bet. they're good people. you got on tv and you looked into that lens and you said that the people of burns are behind you." "there are a lot of them who are." "yeah but not "they need to be charged. they need to be proseucted to the fullest extend of the law. tonight a live look outside right now.
the valley, but will theses temperatures hang around or could we see some rain in the next couple of days? lets check in with action news meteorologist karla huelga and weather first. karla? a relatively weak storm system will push through the area tonight and will bring slight chances for rain through tomorrow morning. conditions will be dry and mostly clear by sunday afternoon and highs will top out in the low to mid 50s around the valley. the first half of the workweek will be pretty quiet, with highs in the low to mid 50s and mainly sunny skies on monday and tuesday.
took place this afternoon. at 4:20 to be exact. sahara wellness is the first all-woman- owned medical marijuana dispensary in nevada. the opening has been years in the making and the owners say it's a place patients can feel comfortable. brenda gunzallus/co-owner 26:53:12 - 27:03:05 "for patients we wanted to provide a safe place for them to be. a place where they really felt comfortable and we feel like we're going to be able to provide that." the owners of sahara wellness say they are looking forward to helping other women feel more comfortable about getting their prescribed medicine. sahara wellness will officially open it's doors to patients on monday at 10 a.m. now for a story that's positively las vegas. the second annual law enforcement appreciation day was held this afternoon at police memorial park. the event brings together officers and community members.... and is a way of saying thanks for everything they do for our community. frightening moments on the roads in california. when a man described as armed
shutdow of a storage facility where a massive gas leak started. the leak has been going on for months and is being blamed on a number of health problems. southern california gas company says they don't expect the leak to be contained until march. health officials say it doesn't pose long-term health problems, but residents disagree. sot - maureen capra, porter ranch "not only is it in the air, it's in my house, it's in my furniture, it's in my body. my daughter - her sons won't come over to our house anymore. (breaks down crying) - she doesn't want them over there anymore cause they'll get sick." (sobs) the leak is happening more than 8-thousand feet underground... southern california gas is planning to capture and burn some of the escaping gas. the company is also digging a relief well to stop the leak. a major winter blast has hit minnesota. some parts of the state have seen temperatures dip below freezing. forecasters say the recent el nino spoiled residents with warmer-than- usual weather over the past few weeks. tomorrow afternoon's n-f-l game between the minnesota vikings
expected to be one of the coldest playoff games in the history of the league. california residents have el-nino weather to thank for all the snow in the mountains near palm springs. for the first time in over 4 years the palm springs adventure center is open. so many people have made the trek to play in the snow that there is a 4 hour wait some weekends just to use the will push through the area tonight and will bring slight chances for rain through tomorrow morning. conditions will be dry and mostly clear by sunday afternoon and highs will top out in the low to mid 50s around the valley. the first half of the workweek will be pretty quiet, with
mainly sunny skies on monday and tuesday. a storm system will approach the area on wednesday and slight chances for rain will return to the forecast wednesday afternoon through thursday morning. winds will be breezy as the system pushes through the area. expect high temps in the mid and upper 50s on wednesday and thursday. another system will pass to our south late in the week and will again bring slight chances for rain on friday into early saturday. afternoon highs will drop slightly to the low and mid 50s friday and saturday and we'll be back in the breezy
it was receiving. u.s. safety regulators have determined that only fiat chrysler radios have a security flaw that would allow hackers to take control of a jeep. the investigation began back in july when security experts were able to change the vehicles speed and control the brakes through the vehicles radio. other automakers that use the same radio had proper security measures in place to prevent hacking. 1-point-4 miillion vehicles were recalled due to the security flaw. do you agree with clark county... about the property value of your home? if you received your property tax assessment for 20-16 and feel it's too high you have the right to appeal! the deadline to submit an appeal is january -15-th so you don't have much time. we have the information about how to fill out the clark county appeal at k-t-n-v dot com. just type "links" in the search box. contact 13 is ready to help you with a consumer problem. just call one of our volunteers any weekday between 11am and 1pm at 368-2255. the extreme drone racing
the event features over 60 drone pilot's from around the world competing head-to-head... ...for $10,000 in cash purse and sponsorships. organizers call it the world's most challenging course. the competition took place at zappos headquarters downtown. drone pilots race by guiding their drone using special video goggles that allow them to see the race from the drone's perspective. now for a story that's positively las vegas the clark county school district police and land rover las vegas teamed up this afternoon to help keep kids safe while riding their bikes, scooters, skateboards and hoverboards. today parents were able to get a brand new helmet for their child for free! people who showed up also got a chance to meet local pro b-m-x'er ricardo laguna.. and some of his riding friends still ahead-- an international manhunt for one of the most wanted criminals in the world is over "el chapo" is back behind bars tonight. learn why authorites say his own vanity...
joaquin guzman is back behind bars after months on the run. abc's matt gutman is in mexico city with more on the capture. he wanted to spin his infamy - into celebrity. instead - "el chapo" - drug kingpin and one of the world's most wanted criminals - is back in handcuffs. nats the drug lord paraded in front of cameras as authorities rushed him back to the same super max prison he tunneled his way out of last year. nats but after months on the run - special forces finally catching up with joaquin guzman?. and the attorney general says that's thanks to "el chapo" himself? and a healthy dose of vanity. apparently, after his escape last year, the infamous criminal wanted a biopic made about him - so his people
and actors. those communications helped track him down. nats the final showdown playing out in his home state - mexican marines raiding a house - killing five of el chapo's men and seizing these weapons - including 50-caliber sniper rifles and grenade launchers. they finally caught up with guzman after he ran through sewer tunnels and hijacked a vehicle? you see him once he was caught in that filthy tank top. natsot - "mission compledo" mexican officials quickly declaring "mission accomplished." (gfx) the u-s department of justice calling the arrest "..a victory for the citizens of both mexico and the united states?" he faces charges in multiple u-s districts? for murder and drugs - but so far, no word on extradition. matt gutman, abc news, los mochis, mexico. new information tonight on the arrest of tonya couch the mother of the so called "affluenza teen" ethan couch allegedly withdrews $30,000 from her bank account and told her husband she wouldn't see her or their son again before fleeing to mexico.
hindering the apprehension of a felon. ethan couch is still in mexico. last week, a judge there granted a temporary stay halting deportation proceedings. ethan couch was on probation for killing four people in a 20-13 drunken driving accident when he fled. coming up in tonight's health report. we'll look at just how safe nutritional supplements are. and, these may look like harmless pills.. but they're actually a very dangerous and potent drug that could end up in the hands of
sounding the alarm for parents and law enforcement to know about this new form of an already dangerous drug. the pills are a result of drug traffickers using old pill presses to disguise heroin from law enforcement. without the hassles of needles.. these pills can easily be passed around.. even get to kids. parents could easily mistake these pills for something else. bondi - 1:31 - some of them are even marked to look like a prescription drug pill. it's so frightening, parents have to know that. experts fear more people will be inclined to use the drug if it's in pill form instead of using a needle. vitamins and supplements are big business.. but there's a downside. researchers estimate supplements are responsible for more than 23-thousand emergency room visits every year. 10 percent of them were serious
(dr. andrew geller/medical officers, cdc)"we found that over a quarter of them were young adults. these are people aged 20 to 34. these people were using supplements for weight loss or energy." (butt to) over a fifth were young children, that's 20 percent that had gotten into supplements intended for somebody else." dietary supplements in the united states don't require safety testing or f-d-a approval before being sold and marketed. so.. unlike prescription drugs.. supplements are considered safe until proven otherwise. 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...
check for nearly 1-million-dollars today at the westgate las vegas resort and casino. salinas was the winner of the 2015 pro-football super contest, beating out over 17-hundred other contestants. salinas says this is a life-changing moment for him and his family and will use some of the winnings to pay for his kids' college expenses. that's action news.. live at 11. thanks for watching.