tv Action News 11am ABC January 11, 2016 11:00am-12:00pm PST
but now it's time to talk weather... it's still really cold out there. last week was a wild one weather-wise.. greg, what's on tap for this week? ((ad-lib)) high pressure has taken over the southwest for the next couple of days. this means mainly sunny to partly sunny skies are going to be common along with high temperatures getting back to nearly normal values. low to mid 50s will be common today through the work week and into the next weekend. winds are expected to be light low pressure off the coast or oregon begins to develop and strengthen during this time. as it stands, the low looks to develop an elongated cold front and head east. increase in moisture and a small break in stability over southern nevada results in the increase of clouds, breezy conditions and a small potential for light to moderate the back half of the forecast, confidence is still lacking. i would leave the umbrella in the closet but keep it to the front. and more breaking news... iraqi officials say gunmen have stormed a mall in a mainly
baghdad, killing 18 people and taking hostages. and just in.... isis has claimed responsibility in online statement. the officials say another 25 people were wounded in the attack and that three police officers are among the dead. the officials estimated that 50 to 75 people were trapped in the mall. the county needs your help saving money during this upcoming election season... how you ask? action news reporter parker collins is at county headquarters with the latest... parker adlibs scene back to you in the studio. a music icon has died. david bowie lost his battle
(nats: bowie singing) "turn and face the strange. ch-ch-changes. look out now you rock and rollers." the 69-year-old was a pop music fixture for more than four decades... and an inspiration to fans and musicians. bowie's publicist confirms the icon died peacefully... "surrounded by his family after a courageous 18 month battle with cancer." they also said... while many of you will share in this loss, we ask that you
during their time of grief." his son tweeting... "very sorry and sad to say it's true. i'll be offline for a while. love to all." and david bowie fans set up a makeshift memorial outside the late singer's home in new york today after news broke of his death from cancer on sunday. fans laid flowers, candles and paid tribute to the man they considered a "legend" and an "icon". bowie turned 69 on friday, the same day as he released a new album called "blackstar". and singer natalie cole will be laid to rest today in los angeles. various music industry stars are expected to attend cole's funeral service at west angeles church of god in christ. cole, the daughter of singer nat king cole, died new years she was 65. the p-b-r makes an announcement this midday... the professional bull riders are adding to the elite built ford tough series tour in las many milestones have been celebrated in this city
mayor carolyn goodman was on hand for today's announcement... we'll have more on our website- k-t-n-v dot com. dave rice, former unlv men's basketball head coach i'm just honored that i had the opportunity to spend so many special years in las vegas dave rice has resigned as head coach of u-n-l-v men's basketball. the univeristy says the team isn't performing as they should...after losing five of the last six games. associate head coach todd simon will take over for the remainder of the season as interim head coach. the rebels play at 7 p-m tomorrow against new mexico right here at home. at the courthouse today, the trial continues for otis holland, the former pastor accused of sexually assaulting girls in his congregation at the united faith church. aded not guilty to all of his charges, including sexually assaulting a child. already multiple women have testified against him, but the former pastor is expected to take the stand to defend himself. if convicted, he faces life in
powerball mania is sweeping the country... and if you haven't caught the fever.. you still have a chance! no one won the powerball jackpot this weekend, so now the prize is over a billion dollars! the numbers in the drawing are-- 32, 16, 19, 57, 34 and the powerball is 13. there have been several match five winners though. the next drawing is on wednesday... the grand prize-- one point four billion dollars. the biggest in history! right now, police need your help finding a missing teenager. this is 15 year old brooke mccarthy. metro says she was last seen around eastern and pecos on tuesday. she has several earrings in both ears and two 3- inch scars on her right leg due to a surgery on her femur. if you see her, or think you may have seen her... please call police. firefighters rush out to a home after it catches on fire, and this wasn't the first time! this happened early this morning near mount hood and
they're boarding it up now. the home sustained a lot of damage... the fire started around 2:30.... and the clark county fire department responded quickly. fortunately, there were no injuries. and a scary night for one las vegas family... after their home erupts in flames. a viewer sent us this video, and you can see the fire shooting from the top of the home near las vegas boulevard and richmar. the blaze broke out around 5-30 last night. crews think it started on the second story before spreading to the attic. they were able to knock it out in just about 30 minutes, but it just about 30 minutes, but it still caused about 150 thousand dollars worth in damage. still to come on action news at midday... former n-b-a star lamar odom is finally out of the hospital! later... see what he's up to now. plus... not as many people are smoking these days... but teens still face a big risk from cigarettes. we'll explain in today's health
it's been a deadly weekend othe valley. the latest crash happened around noon yesterday in north las vegas. a nasty crash at off a bridge near the union pacific railroad tracks. police tell us rocky dewayne dean and belinda ann west died because of the accident. witnesses told police the car was speeding, lost control and went off the road. 14:44:08 aaron patty, north las vegas police department "it's the first fatal crash for north las vegas so a good reminder for people to slow down and be aware of your surroundings." officers are now looking into if alcohol was also a factor. just hours before that... a cadillac driver, 43 year old carson keel winget, died after rear ending a semi on the i-15 southbound near the 95. the man inside the cadillac was pronounced dead at the scene.
nhp had to shut down lanes on the 15 for almost 6 hours while they investigated. saturday night, two people were killed and another is recovering with serious injuries... after two cars collided at the intersection at boulder highway and d-i. police say 81 year old isidra jayubo was driving a dodge dart made a left hand turn in front of a pickup truck. the woman and her 83 year old passenger, mario gomez jayubo, died at sunrise hospital. and just after midnight saturday morning, a man died... when he lost control of his motorcycle and went down. this happened on dean martin under the flamingo overpass. the rider has been identified as maurice walker from las vegas. high pressure has taken over the southwest for the next couple of days. this means mainly sunny to partly sunny skies are going to be common along with high temperatures getting back to nearly normal values. low to mid 50s will be common
into the next weekend. winds are expected to be light or at our normal 5-15 mph range for most of the outlook but by friday, high pressure begins to break down. low pressure off the coast or oregon begins to develop and strengthen during this time. as it stands, the low looks to develop an elongated cold front and head east.
small break in stability over southern nevada results in the increase of clouds, breezy conditions and a small potential for light to moderate showers. rain chances are more so for saturday and sunday but being that this rain potential is on the back half of the forecast, confidence is still lacking. i would leave the umbrella in the closet but keep in today's financial focus...
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and getting millions of likes -- facebook c-e-o mark zuckerberg posting this picture of his daughter max -- saying it's "time for vaccines" -- and making it very clear that the billionaire and his pediatrician wife think childhood vaccinations are important. a new study finds that even though fewer u-s teens are smoking, secondhand smoke remains a big problem for them. researchers at the centers for disease control and prevention say nearly half of nonsmoking kids in middle school and high school encountered secondhand tobacco smoke in 2013. the lead researcher says the findings are concerning because the u.s. surgeon general has concluded that there is no safe level of secondhand smoke exposure. it's considered the pre-show to the oscars. the golden globes were held
we'll tell you about the winners and the losers... when we come back. plus... the movie theater shooting trial has been over for months. but the jurors are now speaking out-- the surprising things they're saying. you're watching channel 13 action news, where you ask, and we investigate. stay with us
night - the golden globemoments. it all started when jonah hill....dressed as the bear from 'the revenant.....went on an unexpected tirade...... saying crazy things the globes-on a seven second tape delay-went into complete silence. silent nat the show rapidly turning into a case of curse or be cursed.......(show mark whalberg and someone) whether it was amy schumer trying to come up with a celebrity nickname for her and best bud jlaw...... or host ricky gervais...... just being ricky....... the globes plunged into silence a full nine times....... viewers frantically trying to
plus... a tornado rips through southern florida... check out the damage! and the man behind a multi million dollar heist is behind bars... find out how police caught up to him. and have you downloaded the all new channel 13 action news app yet? it's simple to use and features live streaming, video on demand with photos that are just a tap away from the home screen, plus blazing fast radar. get the all new action news app free in the app store and in google play. channel 13 action news invites you to download the all new action news app. it's fast, simple to use and
movie... milliions of dollars in jewels are stolen. and the thief isn't your typical bad guy details ahead. but first, more on the breaking news from the top of the newscast... a disturbing find on a popular high school campus! a body is discovered at las vegas academy... right before classes start. action news reporter yasmeen hassan is on the downtown campus with the latest. ((we gotta get back to a little more pace on the defensive end again like we were a little bit earlier in the season. obviously we need to clean up a up.)) back to you in the studio. hello and thanks for joining us on this second half of action
midday, i'm dayna roselli. and i'm jessica janner. let's see what's in store for this week's weather... with greg bennett and weather first. ((ad-lib)) high pressure has taken over the southwest for the next couple of days. this means mainly sunny to partly sunny skies are going to be common along with high temperatures getting back to nearly normal values. low to mid 50s will be common for most of the outlook but by strengthen during this time. as it stands, the low looks to develop an elongated cold front
conditions and a small that this rain potential is on the back half of the forecast, david bowie fans this midday mourning the death of the music icon, laying flowers and tributes beside a mural of him near his birthplace in brixton, south london. the musician who broke pop and rock boundaries with his creative musicianship, nonconformity, striking visuals and a genre-spanning persona he christened ziggy
sunday. he was 69 and had just released a new album. fans expressed their sadness and described how bowie had changed the music world, and had influenced their lives. ((sally mean, 50-year-old david bowie fan from london: "well i just think his music is so unique and he's had such an influence on many artists right across the board, right across and influenced it in their own music, i feel, all types of music, soul, you know. he's just a fantastic guy. he's going to be really missed. really, really missed." )) tributes were also laid outside bowie's childhood home, not far from the mural. ritzy picturehouse cinema in brixton paid tribute to the star on the front of their building, with text reading "david bowie, our
sot-sawicki: i feel for our residents, i mean this is a frustrating time...this is their belongings..this is what they've worked their lives for. :09-:13 a cleanup is underway in cape coral florida this midday this after a rare tornado ripped through the area this weekend, damaging nearly 200 homes and buildings. you can see the aftermath. cars tossed around. trees uprooted, and homes in pieces. the national weather service says the winds were going about 132 miles an hour! officials say they haven't gotten any reports of serious injuries. "skills not sharp enough" that's the last way you'd want our airline pilots to be described.. but that's how they're getting rated in a new report. a new report out says the f-a-a isn't making sure airline training programs adequately address a pilot's ability to fly manually and monitor the control systems in cockpits. accident investigations have raised concerns that pilots
controls and are too easily distracted. emergency crews in pennsylvania rescued a worker who got trapped in a hole at least 14-feet deep. officials say he got stuck while he was working on a sewer line in old city this weekend. it's still unclear how he got trapped. but rescuers managed to pull him out about two hours later. witnesses say he was conscious and talking to his rescuers. the worker was taken to the hospital for observation. actor sean penn is now saying he was worried officials were monitoring his trip to interview fugitive drug lord joaquin "el chapo" guzman. the drug king-pin has now been captured... and penn was right; he just didn't know how closely. the mexican newspaper el universal has published 10 photographs that appear to show penn and actress kate del castillo arriving at an airport in october and greeting the men who apparently took them to a small airstrip, from which they flew to the jungle camp to meet
federal investigators and philadelphia police are looking into claims that the man who ambushed a police officer-- is a part of a bigger terror plot. an anonymous tip has philadelphia police and the f-b-i on high alert. the five year police department veteran is still recovering from three bullet wounds to the left arm. meanwhile the f-b-i and philadelphia police confirm they are both actively investigating this new claim... which alleges that the main suspect and the three other men were radicalized at a west philadelphia mosque. to the arrest now of the jewel thief behind a string of robberies in the south -- 24 year old abigail lee kemp is faced judge this midday -- accused of stealing millions of dollars worth of jewels -- and abc's steve osunsami has the story scanner nats: "i need you to respond to an armed robbery." police arrested 24 year old abagail lee kemp on friday at this home in surburban atlanta
insomnia before the string of robberies that last for nine months, the only other videos she ever appeared in were on social media. friends describe her as a one-time waitress who was tried her hand at modeling.. and was as sweet as can be sot cameron parker, friend: she was the life of the party. if abigail was there, you were going to have a good time but fbi documents show someone else - alleging that during tying their hands" police also think she had help, saying that this man allegedly acted as a lookout... (affidavit p5, point 13) investigators say that cell phone registered to kemp pinged towers at nearly all of the robbery locations while the robberies were in process (affidavit p5, point 14), and that records show that a maroon car, seen in crime scene surveillance videos, is registered to kemp's family -- and also seen in pictures posted on her social media accounts the fbi says (affidavit p6, point 15) that
she was recently "wearing expensive jewelry that some? believe(d) she could not afford." sot cameron parker, friend: i was like, how is someone doing this in 2015, robbing jewellry stores with your face exposed as well the armed militia led by nevada rancher ammon bundy have now been in control of that wildlife refuge in oregon for more than a week... well this midday-- we're learning how they're actually spending their time there. the group says they keep themselves busy by cleaning the cabins, doing maintenance and catagloging. they say they're going through items, and marking them personal or government. their plan is to return the personal items to their owners, and the government owned items will go to the county. you know, we want to be good stewards. this is no our property. so, to be good stewards we wanted to show our good faith and just start doing some constructive things, just like cleaning the sidewalks. and the group plans to stay
this weekend, the ammon bundy's mother has been sending emails to supporters asking them to send the group any supplies they can. the militia says they aren't leaving until the government transfers control of the land back to locals. months after the movie theater shooting trial, some of the jurors are still traumatized... they say they suffer nightmares, anxiety and feelings of shame for the flashbacks... despite the fact that they never set foot inside the theater in july 2012, when 12 people were killed and scores of others were injured. the jurors could not unanimously agree james holmes deserved to die, so a judge sentenced him to life in prison. in today's red, white and blue 20-16 coverage... the republican frontrunner spent his sunday in northern nevada.. and although trump usually only stops speaking for rowdy protesters...
speech after a woman fainted! :02-:09 "oh... we have a woman just fainted. we gotta take care of our people. who cares. we'll hold it for a couple of minutes okay. trump then called for a doctor and asked his aides to get her some water. and he didn't miss the opportunity to take a jab at the affordable care act... saying that she was getting help from doctors, no thanks to obama- care. the woman eventually gave him the ok to continue. :24-:31 "you take your time. ok she says go ahead. we're going to go ahead, and if she wants me to stop i'll stop on a dime okay?" and as trump resumed speaking he went after a new... and unusual target-- the nfl.. saying that football is just not what it used to be. you say, wow, what a tackle, bing, flag. football's become soft. football has become soft. now i'll be criticized for that, they'll say isn't that terrible. but football's become soft like our country has become soft, it's true. it's true.
rarely watches football. uber is now up and running in the valley... and if you haven't tried out the ride sharing app... now might be the time. the company just announcing it is now offering discounts on rides. it's because january is a slow month for them. so in order to boost demand, and increase the number of rides for the drivers they are slashing prices. the deals started this past weekend. in today's contact 13 consumer alert... a once popular name - is now going away... you're not gong to see the name motorola on new phones anymore. but that famous m-logo isn't disappearing anytime soon. the chinese p-c maker is changing the name to moto by lenovo. lenovo bought the company from google in 20-14 for almost 3-billion- dollars. motorola was responsible for the first walkie-talkies - and
you've probably heard a lot about the playboy mansion over the years... and now it can be yours... for a small fortune... but there's just one hitch- and it's a weird one. plus... lamar odom is finally out of the hospital after nearly dying at a nevada brothel. check out what he's up to. and here's a live look at the new york stock exchange... ((ad-lib)) ((ad-lib)) look for plus step into a magical world of deception that's all today at 2 on valley view live. happy friday las vegas!
carpet".. the stunning best actress winner from the movie "room." the new star wars movie is dominating in the box office for a fourth straight weekend. "the force awakens" held the top spot this weekend, banking another 41- million dollars. it just became the third best-selling move of all times. the number-two spot this weekend went to "the revenant"... the historic drama with leonardo di caprio raked in 38-million dollars. it's followed by will ferrell's comedy "daddy's home" with 15- million, and horror flick "the forest" with 13-million. hundreds of new yorkers boarded the subway, then ditched their pants yesterday... it was part of the annual "no pants subway ride." keep in mind, the temperature was around freezing in new york yesterday... this all started in 2002 as a prank. but has become an annual event. and the historic playboy mansion is up for sale....
wants to stay-put... kind of like a permanent house guest. the mansion was listed today for $200 million. the 5-acre property features 29 rooms, a game house, home theater, wine cellar and the famous swimming pool with a cave-like grotto where playboy bunnies partied with celebrities. t the mansion also comes with a rare zoo license. "for more stories trending right now, head to ktnv.com now developing... nye county officials will not charge lamar odom for activities at a brothel there... meanwhile, he's out of the hospital... three months after nearly dying of a drug overdose -- and a-b-c's juju chang has the latest on his recovery. over the weekend - lamar odom camera flash the new photos showing the basketball champion out and about? a miraculous turn ? after his near- fatal drug overdose
the sightig comesjfrom hospital, miraculous turn, latest news a promising sign? nearly three months since he s uincredible progress ? after his estranged wife khloe kardashian revealed doctors told her they were unsure if he would pull through... saying "they told me he had four hours" sot tbd ian drew - his condition now, walking without walker, able to speak? his son posting this photo of his father over the holidays? and his aunt telling abc news of his "miraculous recovery"? that "lamar continues to make remarkable strides?" now let's take a live look outside...
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along with high temperatures getting back to nearly normal values. low to mid 50s will be common today through the work week and into the next weekend. winds are expected to be light low pressure off the coast or and head east. increase in moisture and a potential for light to moderate showers. rain chances are more so for i would leave the umbrella in the closet but keep it to the front. here's tonight's primetime lineup on channel 13... it starts at 8 with three hours of the bachelor... followed by action news at