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in northwestern pakistan. the official death toll in now at 20. at least 50 more have been injured. a pakistani military source told abc news that four shooters have also been killed. students, university staff and at least one professor are among the dead. gunmen stormed the bacha khan university through a rear entrance, according to witnesses, and reportedly began
students officials say the attack is now over and that the troops have cleared the campus. with a slight shift south, instead of keeping north, of yesterday's low pressure system, wide spread showers entered the valley and continued through the evening. today, that low has moved on and now we are under a small area of high pressure. chances for rain are now lacking in all sat models and partly cloudy to mostly sunny skies are looking to move through southern nevada today. high temperatures were looking to a range between 57 and 61 degrees. low 60s look to extend into the weekend and drop slightly into saturday; allowing for heavy clouds and a small shot for the latest installment of the
the way. nevada film officials say more hollywood blockbusters are on the way. this is video from the big unveiling yesterday, of "vegas production studios".. which will produce major motion pictures. "from the crews to the equipment to all the specialist, the graphic designers, and the editors and all of that, and we do all of that right here in htis production facility so it's
studios if you will." (from 5pm vo/sot) clark county expects to issue nearly 600 film permits this year.. and officials are excited about the impact on our economy! new overnight.. a rough night on the roads. take a look at this car that crashed right into a fence at a police are calling this hit and run, because the car was left there un- attended. one person was injured but at this point we don't know if they were a passenger, or a bystander. the man who was cited for flipping off a police officer.. is now waiting to see if the judge will throw out his ticket. krice luce met with his lawyer yesterday, and he says he has no regrets about giving the officer the middle finger. he said he'd do it again if he felt it was necessary... because he says it's part of his first ammendment rights. "it's an abuse of power i feel. he didn't pull me over because i did something wrong. he pulled me over because i flipped him off and he couldn't
metro tells us their officers wouldn't pull over luce without a valid reason. we'll be watching to see what the judge decides. the divide between the armed protestors and the community in oregon boils over... in a very intense meeting. their frustrations with the wildlife refuge take over. one of the residents even told ammon bundy to "go to hell." more than 300 people were in the audience, but some were on the fence about whether or not the protest was successful. margaret wallis/burns resident :40-:50 "they've gotten some attention that we wouldn't have gotten otherwise. does the federal government listen unless someone's throwing a tantrum? i'd like to think it's different." ammon bundy didn't get a chance to respond last night, but he will be talking this morning. the protestors are holding a press conference at 11 today. here at home the bundy's aren't too popular either... elected officials and other demonstrators are now circulating a petition to get the justice department to put cliven bundy, ammon bundy and all their supporters behind
anenette magnus, battle born progress cliven bundy tells us he's not a criminal, and neither is his son. time now is x:xx --- up next more medial marijuana shops could be coming to town... meantime, this guy's still mad his marijuana use cost him his job. find out what's happening with this case now. greg adlibs weather forecast tease chopper 13... flying over that perimeter at vegas drive and rainbow we can see them searching
this happened near tonapah and washington. metro just confirmed for us that it was actually just rocks, and the officer is okay. ahead today... the medical marijuana business is booming here in the valley, ould be really expanding! this morning, las vegas city leaders will decide if they're going to add more medical marijuana dispensaries in las vegas. at the city council meeting, they'll be voting to approve licences for 10 different businesses. remember the guy who was fired from his job at a car wash for smoking marijuana. he says he has a medical card... unemployment benefits. well, we spoke to the unemployment office, and they you can only collect unemployment if you are fired for something outside of your control -- like company cutbacks. kyler says he's now appealing their decision because he says he needs medical marijuana and therefore, failing the drug test was out of his control. time now is x:xx --- it sounds
a man pulled from his car, just before it bursts into flames. bursts into flames. (jamie foxx) "i don't look at it as heroic. i just look at it, like, i just had to do something. and it all just worked out." that's right the hero himself was actually a famous actor! hear him describe the moment he saved the man's life. chopper 13.. just got to the scene of that
and now we are under a small area of high pressure. chances for rain are now lacking in all sat models and partly cloudy to mostly sunny skies are looking to move through southern nevada today. high temperatures were looking to be closer to the mid 60 today but with the slight change to yesterday's pattern, temperatures will hold closer to a range between 57 and 61 degrees.
weekend and drop slightly into the upper 50s into sunday and monday afternoons. another front and low is expected to pass over head by saturday; allowing for heavy clouds and a small shot for wide spread showers. breezy conditions are expected and look to extend into sunday. with upper 50s for sunday afternoon, wind chill factors put the feels like temperatures closer to the upper 40s. chances for showers end saturday night and partly cloudy to mostly sunny skies look confident sunday through tuesday of next week.
reporter jason rezaian, who was detained in iran and is now in landstuhl, germany: 'i want everyone to know that i'm feeling fine, and i feel lucky to be here at a place where i can get such terrific care' - washington post the battle over solar is not going away any time soon. las vegas mayor pro-tem says the puc commissioners were wrong, and now they want to do something about it! leaders are introducing a new
solar panels. it would essentially eliminate the upfront costs for customers. also, if you sell your house... the payments for the solar panels will be transferred to the next owner. officials hope they can get the new rules approved within the next few months. 9:46:32 steve ross mayor pro tem "what are we trying to tell the world? that we don't care about solar? we should be the solar capital of the world and we're going to continue to go that direction for the city of caused solar companies to move out of nevada. do you have ikea fever.. waiting for the new massive store that's coming to the valley? why not work there! the company says they need to hire 300 people for the new las vegas location. the store opens this summer along the 2-15 beltway, at south durango. if you're interested you can apply online. we have the link for you on our website. time now is x:xx --- up next the next time you're
there will be more people emergency.... there will be more people able to come and help you! the new decision from the county that also means those first responders will be there faster too! chopper 13.. first over the scene of a crash at decatur and iron mountain possible rollover spokesbox: go paperless, don't stress, girl i got the discounts that you need safe driver accident-free
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jamie fox can add "hero" to that list... because he saved a man's life, after they crashed right in front of his home. take a look at the aftermath... officers say the man was drunk and speeding, when he went off the road and flipped several times. miraculously, foxx was able to get the man out, just before it burst into flames. (jamie foxx) "as i'm getting him out, i said, "you've got to help me get you out, because i don't want to have to leave you." and i said, "you've got angels around you." the man made it out with just
with a slight shift south, instead of keeping north, of yesterday's low pressure system, wide spread showers entered the valley and continued through the evening. today, that low has moved on and now we are under a small area of high pressure. chances for rain are now lacking in all sat models and partly cloudy to mostly sunny skies are looking to move through southern nevada today. high temperatures were looking to be closer to the mid 60 today but with the slight change to to the upper 40s. chances for showers end
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through the evening. today, that low has moved on and now we are under a small area of high pressure. through southern nevada today. temperatures will hold closer to a range between 57 and 61 monday afternoons. wide spread showers. breezy conditions are expected and look to extend into sunday. with upper 50s for sunday saturday night and partly cloudy to mostly sunny skies look confident sunday through tuesday of next week. right now... the latest installment of the 'bourne' movies is filming in town right now. it is what everyone is talking about. action news reporter yasmeen hassan is live on the set - right on the strip - showing us everything that is going on.
this morning... the daily news is responding to sarah palin's enthusiastic endorsement for donald trump. take a look at their new cover.. it says "i'm with stupid." another person who's not too happy with the endorsement. cruz... who got some big backing from palin while he was running for senate. :20-:30 po-01we whatever she has decided to do in 2016, i will always remain a big, big fan of sarah palin. at the end of the day, it's going to be the voters who determine who's the real the billionaire is holding a rally here tomororw at one o'clock at the south point. a married couple in pahrump is keeping their ten therapy tigers. nye county commissioners voted to allow the mitchells to keep their permit.
hoping they'd lose their permit--claiming karl mitchell has a history of animal abuse. he has been investigated, but his attorney says he's never been charged. thomas gibson attorney at law, representing the mitchells 19:24:10:13 show me the abuse, theres no history of it as far as i know nye county animal control officials conduct routine inspections at the mitchell's property, and have determined the animals to be in adequate health and living conditions. for the first time, we're hearing from one of those americans released in that prisoner swap with iran. a former marine who has a message for his fellow service members this morning. after four years in prison, 32-year old amir hek-mati says he wants the world, and his comrades to know that despite them torturing him... iran did not break him. amir hekmati: (12:17:54) i didn't want to let any of my marines, my fellow marines down// so i tried my best to you know, keep my head up and withstand all the pressures that were put upon me, some of which were very inhumane and unjust. hekmati says he and the other
trust the iranians to they couldn't relax until their air-space. that's the moment they celebrated with champagne. the next time you're having an emergency.... there will be more people able to come and help you.. and they should get there faster! clark county is adding a third e-m-s provider to the roster. henderson based 'community ambulance' will begin responding to emergency calls beginning april 1st. the agreement lasts 10 years. there's also another deal where commissioners would look at charging the e-m-s companies if they're late to a call. leaders say it shouldn't take more than 12 minutes personally thanking our first responders... the county commissioners took time out of their meeting, to honor the firefighters, police officers, and medical professionals who treated people after that deadly crash on the strip. one woman was killed, and dozens of others were hurt... after a woman drove her car into crowds of people. the clark county fire chief spoke at the ceremony, also thanking everyone for serving our community. :15-:29 chief gregg cassell "incidents like this... the good outcomes. they're not by accident.
commitment of the young men and women... and what they do for our community everyday." the commissioners went and personally shook the hands of each of the first reponders there. just getting an update on that breaking news we're following for you police all over a neighborhood searching for a man who may be armed parker collins is inside the perimeter near vegas drive and rainbow. he just got new details from police. the guy is still out there. search is over. they think they have identified the suspect. drugs and guns were found in the car. the woman they arrested did have guns on her. parker is still talking with police we will have a live update from him in minutes... time now is x:xx --- an online retailer known for selling shoes... goes above and beyond for some
flood victims. i opened it up and we read the message and were just stunned. we'll tell you how las vegas-based company "zappos" is country. tease chopper 13 just arrived at a crash at 95 and valley view... a car appears to have drove through a fence and into a field...across from an elmentary school good morning, coming up on gma - an abc news exclusive: diversity and why he chose to speak out now.
pressure system, wide spread showers entered the valley and continued through the evening. today, that low has moved on and now we are under a small area of high pressure. chances for rain are now lacking in all sat models and partly cloudy to mostly sunny skies are looking to move through southern nevada today. high temperatures were looking to be closer to the mid 60 today but with the slight change to yesterday's pattern, temperatures will hold closer to a range between 57 and 61 degrees.
look to extend into the weekend and drop slightly into the upper 50s into sunday and monday afternoons. another front and low is expected to pass over head by saturday; allowing for heavy clouds and a small shot for wide spread showers. breezy conditions are expected and look to extend into sunday. with upper 50s for sunday afternoon, wind chill factors put the feels like temperatures closer to the upper 40s. chances for showers end saturday night and partly cloudy to mostly sunny skies look confident sunday through
the marines were on board when two helicopters collided mid-air last thursday. the coast guard searched more than 40 thousand miles of the ocean, but so far there's been no sign of them. the marine corps will be in charge of the salvage operation, and the investigation into what caused the crash. some big names in hollywood, including an oscar winner... are now weighing in on the controversy surrounding the academy awards. george clooney told variety magazine "i don't think it's a problem of who you're picking as much as it is: how many options are available to minorities in film?" but fellow actor, david oh-ye- ello, wasn't as nice.. blasting the academy. david oyelowo sot david "for 20 opportunities to celebrate actors of color, actresses of color, to be missed last year is one thing; for that to happen again this year is unforgivable." the head of the academy is promising big changes, but it
the backlash will be dying down anytime soon. and coming up on g-m-a, director spike lee will be talking about why he's boycotting the awards this year. this is a live look at planet hollywood where singer jennifer lopez will be making her grand entrance tonight... to kick off her new las vegas residency "all i have." lopez will be walking the red carpet around 7 tonight, and it's supposed to be a star-studded event. her residency runs now through february 9th... and then picks up again in may. manny pacqiao's next fight here in las vegas will feature a very special under- card. it's topping our look at today's stories now trending... pacquiao's promoter bob arum says he wants to make a statement against presidential candidate donald trump. so on april 9th, there will only be hispanic boxers in the fights before pacquiao. he's even calling it the "donald trump undercard." here's a new study that might make you worried for our future. according to a poll conducted by the american council of
10 percent of college graduates believe that "judith sheindlin" serves on the supreme court. in case you don't recognize that name... it's judge judy! one thousand students were surveyed. some flood victims in south carolina are getting some much-needed help, thanks to a christmas gift mix- up! it started when a woman ordered shoes for her husband from zappos. when the wrong shoes were delivered, she called customer service to let them know. she says she told the zappos agent about how flooding devastated her community. the employee apologized about the mix up, and told her to give the wrong shoes to a neighbor in need. then when she went to check the box for the right shoes, she found they also gave her several blankets! carson cogdill, received blankets from zappos i opened it up and we read the message and were just stunned. and then reading all the words that the people that work for this company said... 'you rock.' 'thanks for all you looking forward to distributing
blankets to their community. you can check out all of the stories trending today... on ktnv.com time now is x:xx --- coming up... we've got our whole team working for you this morning.. let's start with dayna in the breaking news center-- that's right we're tracking a nasty rollover crash near decatur and iron mountain chopper 13..
mountain rollover entrance to clark county gun range entrance to clark county gun over now to the latest on the breaking news we've been following all morning long. police search for an armed man on the run. they were all over a and rainbow. let's get right to parker collins at the scene. parker you just spoke with police what did they tell you? parker adlibs scene
good morning, america. a major terrorist attack on a university overseas breaking right now. militants storm the campus in a gun battle with the military. dozens killed and wounded. the very latest as we come on the air. donald trump landing the biggest endorsement of the campaign. >> are you ready to make america great again? [ cheers and applause ] >> sarah palin backing the billionaire for president firing up his supporters and delivering a blow to ted cruz as hillary clinton feels the burn.