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caesars palace with more on how the fans and community are reacting to his death. bryan. many people walking up and down the strip are just learning of angelil's passing this evening. this as caesar's has a message up on the marquee for celine dion's husband and longtime manager. along with that message.. caesars released a statement remembering the incredible contribution angelil and celine made to las vegas entertainment. the 73-year-old passed away today at the couple's lake las vegas home after a long battle with cancer. fans are sending their thoughts and prayers to dion and her family. the couple have three children together and angelil has other children from a previous marriage. dion has asked for privacy at this time. dion has asked for privacy at this time.
channel 13 action news. a lot of celebrities are weighing-in on social media. this tweet from larry king- "heartfelt condolences to my friend celine dion on the passing of her husband ren0 ang0lil. a dear man & great father." from leann rimes- "my heart and so many prayers go out to the sweet celine dion. she has the biggest heart that i'm sure is broken.. rest in peace." and.. from tv's dr. oz.. "i'm so sorry for your loss, celine dion! my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family." a developing story tonight.... out of california. lottery officials there are skeptical..... about the -62- year-old woman from pomona..... who claims to have the chino hills ....-1- point -6- billion dollar winning powerball ticket. they say... that after looking at a photo of the ticket... they've discovered the retailer on the i-d is not the one.... from the 7-eleven... in chino hills. it's from a supermaket in another city. so far... no one has come forward to
if you've been suffering from powerball fever.. you know it only took 3 winning tickets for the cure. but it still didn't stop a lot of people from buying more lottery tickets today. action news reporter parker collins tried to find out why. (nats) work and family got put on hold yesterday for a lot of people. some waited eight hours in the dark and cold for their tickets. the line today wasn't anywhere near as bad for those planning ahead for saturday. 6:42:33-6:42:40 "one point five billion... what do the people expect? yeah, that's what it's about. everybody wants a piece of that." it paid off for one of these people... whose ticket matched everything but the power ball making them a millionaire. this morning though it looked like the circus had left now numbers are starting to come in... the trading post over in nipton sold more than 43,000 power ball tickets yesterday. primm... but judging by the line... it's probably a whole lot more than that. standup: even though the nearly
power ball is over... people are going through these doors for the chance at forty million dollars. ben dorval, power ball loser 6:42:04-6:42:13 "we wanted to check out tickets and then we're going to try and win on saturday. you gotta try to win. if you don't buy a ticket you ain't got a chance man!" not winning last night... isn't a killjoy for some people-- back for more just hours after the power ball was drawn. lloyd mcguire, powerball loser 6:46:09-6:46:18 "we got people that are working and can't get down here so i come down here for tickets so they don't have to come." wednesday... you couldn't even redeem a scratcher here because of all the power ball mania... but it looks like it's back to business. in primm parker collins channel thirteen action news. an update on a story we reported as breaking news earlier tonight. police in richmond, california have arrested 24 year old jimmy robinson, jr. he's accused in the shooting
at an apartment complex in north las vegas. arrangements are now being made to return him to clark county to face murder charges. armed prison guards using lethal force..... is about to become less common.... as the state responds to pressure from a use-of-force audit. contact 13..... chief investigator darcy spears is here to tell us..... about how they plan to reduce.... the use of bullets behind bars. darcy stand-up: more guards, better training and rubber bullets. that's how officials will cut down on deadly shootings in nevada prisons. the key word though, is reduce, since they have no plans to eliminate the use of live mcdaniel defended the use of shotguns loaded with birdshot at a thursday meeting of the board of state prison commissioners. this comes as nevada faces lawsuits over prison shootings. contact 13 investigated one at high desert state prison in 2014 that left inmate carlos perez dead and andrew arevalo severely wounded.
handcuffed behind their backs by guards who say they were breaking up a fight. mcdaniel said the state's new tools reduce the need for lethal force, but said it remains a valuable and potentially life-saving last resort. darcy stand-up: in addition to the lawsuits, the state attorney general is reviewing guards' actions in the perez shooting. we're closely following that case expect an announcement from the a.g. very soon. darcy spears, channel 13 action news. new information tonight on a deadly police shooting in chicago. a video has just been released on court order.. of a teenager shot and killed by police in 2013. the family of 17-year old cedrick chatman had been fighting for months to get the video rleased. they've also iled a wrongful death lawsuit. chatman's family says the video shows he was not the aggressor.. and was shot while running
a developing story.... out of indonesia tonight... a series of attacks in jakart... have killed at least.... -7- people and injured dozens of others. initial reports say... the attackers used grenades against a police station.... before engaging police.... in a fire fight. there were a total of -6- explosions.... in the city's main shopping district. investigators don't know.... who the attackers are.. but isis has claimed responsibility.... for the attack. happening right now in south carolina.. the final republican presidential debate before the first ballots are cast in the iowa caucus.. 18-days from now. senator ted cruz is surging in the polls.. so he's expected to take additional heat from the other 6 candidates on-stage with him. he's also taking fire from the new york times in an article that claims he borrowed a million dollars from wall street banks to finnce his senate campaign.. but failed to inform the federal election commission about it. you now have less than a day before the deadline to sign up
healthlink.com. if you miss tomorrow's deadline.. you'll have until the end of the month to enroll.. but your coverage won't begin until march 1st. if you miss both deadlines.. you'll have to wait another year to sign up. up next in tonight's financial focus.. certain a-t-m and overdraft fees have gotten so bad.. they've gotten the attention of at least two presidential candidates. plus: "people who've actually had to go to the hospital." students at one school say... sitting in class is like playing dodgeball.... as the ceiling crumbles around them!!! >> deborah: coming up, the olympic great accused of throwing her father down a
the latest earnings report from banking powerhouse j-p morgan chase topped wall street's expectations. the bank posted a quarterly profit of nearly 5-and-a-half billion dollars.. up 10 percent from the same quarter a year ago. in perspective.. that's more than 3- times the powerball jackpot. a-t-m and overdraft fees are costing americans so much money now.. they've become a campaign issue. j-p-morgan chase.. bank of america and wells fargo made more than 5 billion dollars last year in overdraft fees alone. now.. they're drawing criticism from democratic presidential candidates hillary clinton and bernie sanders. in fact.. sanders says if elected.. he'll cap the fees at 2-dollars.. instead of the average of 4-dollars currently being charged. that's tonight's 'financial focus.' let's go to bryan scofield and 'weather first.' . the series of storms pushing onto the west coast will continue into this weekend but
desert southwest will keep most of the area dry this weekend. low pressure will drench northern california pretty much throughout the week but those storms will only throw some high clouds over top of las vegas starting friday and continuing through saturday. that storm will cause a few sprinkles north and east of las vegas saturday afternoon but won't create more than few showers in the local mountains for clark county. high temperatures will stay largely unchanged friday and saturday courtesy of some thicker cloud cover for the region although low temperatures will rise due to that same cloud cover. sunday clouds will clear out and allow for temperatures to rise to near 60 for las vegas before another system rolls in monday with a shot for showers on tuesday. clouds remain for the remainder
aren't very strong and won't have much by way of low level moisture or rain to bring to las vegas. over the desert southwest will keep most of the area dry this weekend. low pressure will drench northern california pretty much throughout the week but those stmors will only throw some high clouds over top of las vegas starting friday and continuing through saturday. that storm will cause a few sprinkles north and east of las vegas saturday afternoon but won't create more than a few showers in the local mountains thicker cloud cover for the region although low temperatures will rise due to that same cloud cover. sunday clouds will clear out and... it could be a big year for "the
award nominations were announced... ad... there were some surprise snubs. abc's brandi hitt reports.... from los angeles. sot -- (from film): "the revenant" in thehunt for oscar gold -- "the revenant" -- leads the pack... receiving 12 nominations including best picture... sot -- "leonardo dicaprio in "the revenant." ?and a fifth acting nod for - leonardo dicaprio -- fresh off a golden globe win. sot -- davd blaustein, abc news radio entertainment correspondent // "leonardo dicaprio is going to win an oscar. he is a lock." also in the "best actor" category -- bryan cranstoo... matt damon... michael fassbender... and eddie redmayne. sot -- (from film:) "room" "room's" brie larson - is a favorite for "best actress." she's competing against cate blanchett... jennifer lawrence... charlotte rampling...
sot -- chris connelly, abc news entertainment correspondent // "it should be pointed out.. many questioning why will smith... or idris elba... weren't nominatd. sot -- cheryl boone isaacs, academy president: "we are working inside the academy... in order to make sure we have inclusion." sot -- (from film: "straight outta compton") "i which includes a total of eight films this year -- "mad max: fury road" among them -- receiving ten nods. sot -- (from film: star wars: the force awakens) "star wars: the force awakens" -- was also rock as host -- 11 years after his first run on the oscar's stage. see who wins an academy award -- february 28th -- on abc. brandi hitt -- abc news -- los angeles. breaking news on the terrorist attacks in indonesia we've just learned that police in jararta are questioning 3 suspects right now. according to the associated press.. the men were tracked down at their homes on the outskirts of the city. seven people were killed in a series of explosions and gun battles. isis claimed responsibility for the attacks. that's the latest from the breaking news center. coming up later..
lineup on channel 13: at 8 -- beyond the tank at 9 -- my diet is betr than yours safety concerns at one high school.... in detroit. students at cody high school say... the school building is literally crashing down.... around them. " its like playing dodgeball," students say... that's what it's like to sit in where ceiling tiles streesed by water damage and age.... randomly fall. they say... it happens nearly every day... even hitting kids in the head. "i've seen it fall and hit kids in the head." "people who've actually ad to go to the hospital." "it's hard to pay attention to a teacher with a ceiling tile falling every 5 minutes." the school district says.... that while they don't have any official incident reports..... they are looking into replacing all.... the bad ceiling tiles. up next in tonight's health report.. another reason to eat your vegetables. find out how they can help prevent eye disease.
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, stop taking tamiflu and call your doctor immediately. children and adolescents in particular may be at an increased risk of seizures, confusion, or abnormal behavior. the most common side effects are mild to moderate nausea and vomiting. anti-flu? go antiviral
a new study suggests.... that might not be the case. andrew spencer explains.... in tonight's health minute. as cigarette smoking rates fall, the popularity of hookahs is on the rise. however, a new analysis puts the notion o hookah as safer than cigarettes in doubt. the university of pittsburgh school of medicine found that smoking hookah exposes the user to 125-times the smoke... monoxide... compared to a cigarette. the researchers looked at the results from 17-previous studies to come to the conclusion. here's why this is important... the c- d-c says hookah smoking is slightly more common among high school students than cigarette smoking. the pittsburgh researchers admit its difficult to compare the two forms of smoking, since people generally smoke multiple cigarettes in a day... and hookah smokers may only use it a few times per day. ultimately, they believe he practice needs to be examined more closely than it currently is.
anew spencer. if you eat lots of vegetables.. a new study released today says.. 'eat more.' harvard researchers found people who ate more leafy green vegetables had a significantly lowe risk of the most common type of glaucoma. researchers think the nutrients in these foods can help blood flow.. and fight-off the disease. bryan has another look at your forecast... in just a bit. you're watching channel 13 action news. hey their las vegas! we are startng out with something a little different this week for 13 things. you may not know this, but the sport of curling has been around for a very long time. in fat, there is evidence existed in scotland in the is already underway inside the orleans arena. six teams from the u.s. are competing against six teams from arond the world. the competition continues through sunday. the long run has made a name for itself as one of the
north america. the band, which formed in 1999 in california, blends the classic sound of the eagles with their own live performance style. the band performs january 15th and 16th at the cannery on east craig road. singer mary wilson was just thirteen years old when she befriended florence ballard, betty mcglown and diana ross. the quartet formed the singing group named the primettes. wilson, ballard and ross were later signed to motown records and became known as the supremes. wilson is back this weekend at the suncoast. she is performing saturday and sunda night inside the showroom. we hope you have a great week and if you want to see the full list of 13 things, just head to our website ktnv.com and look for the link on the home page. with your thirteen things to do this week, i'm megan telles.
jackpot jubilation. [ cheering and applause ] >> this is the machine that the winning powerball ticket came from. >> and disappointment all over the country. >> we are losers. and -- >> gold medalist picabo street. >> did olympic gold medal winner picabo street throw her father down a flight of stairs? >> look what he did to my hair. he pulled so much hair out of my head. plus the hero med student shot in the stomach rescuing a kidnapped woman. look where we found him. then, apology uproar. >> it was a mistake that was our fault and we apologize.