tv Action News 630pm ABC January 21, 2016 6:30pm-7:00pm PST
as hillary clinton brings in her biggest political weapon to las vegas- her husband. action news anchor.... jacqui heinrich is at the venetian.. where donald trump is expected to make an appearnance. but first... let's get right to action news reporter.... bryan callahan live.... at bill clinton's rally. bryan? we are about 30 minutes from clinton's arrival here tonight. he is expected to tell the crowapart from her chief rival bernie sanders. clinton started the day in t and he is set stay here on the west coast tomorrow with an appearance in reno. of course, he is set to make remarks here around 7:15 and we will work to stream his speech live on ktnv.com. reporting live, bryan callahan , channel 13 action news. touian.. where action news anchor.... jacqui heinrich.... is waiting for donald trump. jacqui? an update on the trial of a
relationships with other women. right now, the search is on for a shooter on the run! police say two men were fighting early this morning near lake mead and hollywood, when one of them pulled out a gun and started firing. investigators are also trying reth f victim was shot in the leg, and should be ok. if you have any information, give crime stoppers a call. new information on visa rules taking effect today.. aimed at keeping terrorists out of the united states now.. anyone with a dual citizenship with iran.. iraq.. sudan or syria cannot enter the u-s without applying for a travel visa. this also applies to european.. japans nd atraliantravelers who have viithose countries since 2011. congress pa-20- states in all are in a winter weather watch.... for this weekend and tonight... a state of emergency is in effect...
maryland and north carolina. abc's... lana zak reports.. the eye of the storm is expected to pass.... right over... the capitol. package: they called washington dc's mega-storm in 2010 snowmageddon. nats this storm could be worse. hogan sot - this is predicted to be the worst storm our state has seen since snowmaggeden maryland governor larry hogan urging residents to have a week's worth of supplies on hand--promising public works will be prepared too. hogan sot - statewide, sha has 2700 pieces of equipment that will be deployed and is ready with 365 thousand tons of salt to battle the storm with up to 2-feet of snow predicted, residents are preparing for the worst-- this store in chesapeake, virginia, forced to limit the amount of snow supplies each customer could purchase-- staton sot: the fastest moving thing has been the snow shovels we're down to our last few of them which is like 3 or 4...
supermarket trying to control the crowds, only allowing 10-shoppers in at a time nats "take the next ten..." is it all too much? the director of the nation's weather forecasting agency today said preparation can save lives. sot - louis w. uccellini, director of noaa's national weather service: we're talking about a potentailly paralyzing storm. nats [cars sliding] and after wednesday's relatively minor snowfall caused major accidents, the stakes are even higher. tag: tba the intense weather back east is already blamed for at least the intense weather back east is already blamed for at least
the intense weather back east is already blamed for at least one death. a man died after he was hit by a snow plow early this morning in beltsville, maryland.. just north of washington, d.c. state police say he was walking along the side of a highway when it happened. new developments on the water crisis unfolding in flint, michigan. the regional director with the u- s environmental protection
firestorm. also today.. more than 200 pages of emails were released showing top state officials initially tried to pass blame on the lead-tainted drinking water to local officials.. claiming critics were just playing politics. meanwhile.. the governor is seeking more federal funding.. but many residents say it's too late and want him to resign. the fight continues to raise nevada's minimum wage. a judge in carson city has ruled a ballot measure to raise it to 13- dollars an hour can move forward. supporters are trying to get 55 thousand signatures so the an hour.. or 7-25 if the employer offers health insurance. under this proposal.. wages would go to 9-25 in 2018.. and increase to 75-cents an hour each year until it reaches 13-dollars an hour. coming up... who's most likely to live longer..
do you think when you are president you'll be paid as much as if you were a man-male...? this is one of the jobs where they have to pay you the same. but there are so many examples where that doesn't happen. i'm going to do everything i can
to make sure every woman in every job gets paid the same... ...as the men who are doing that job. i'm hillary clinton
which closed atus uecord in affecting 51-million vehicles. industry experts blame the higher number on tighter government enforcement.. and the widening recall of dangerous air bags. that's tonight's 'financial focus.' let's go to bryan scofield and 'weather first.' . high clouds of increasing thickness will continue to push over southern nevada through the day ahead of our next weather system. temperatures overnight will benefit and will remain similar to last night - right around 40 but our afternoon highs tomorrow will suffer and remain cooler. highs will peak in the upper 50s under mostly cloudy, but dry, skies on friday. winds will increase out of the southwest on saturday as a
cold front heads our direction, those winds will give the temperatures the kick they need to get back above 60 but the front will also bring a chance for showers later in the day. rain chances are spotty as of right now, and look to be better to the north and east, but they'll come during prime weekend celebration time - between 7pm saturday night and about 4am
skies clear out sunday with breezy and cool winds coming to dry things out with another potentially stronger wind producer following on monday and tuesday. wednesday the skies finally clear out and our temperatures return back into the mid 60s mid week. coming up later.. in tonight's abc primetime lineup on channel 13: 8:00 beyond the tank 9:00 my diet is better than yours 11:00 action news then on action news.. live at 11.. a disturbing secret involving a cop who is supposed to protect our kids has darcy spears
action news live at 11.. tonight... dirty dining has a repeat offender.... making its second appearance.... in just -7- months. contact 13.... chief investigator... darcy spears explains.... why health inspectors say... the risk for foodborne illness.... at this place.... is out of control. :35 darcy: remember me? we're back. you guys are on dirty dining again. dong ting taste on flamingo and decatur was first featured on dirty dining last summer when they got the exact same grade as they have now. a 40-demerit c--which is just one demerit short of being shut down. :51 owner: i'm sorry. no english. darcy: your english is no good? can you find someone that we can talk to? on their january 5th health report, this note from inspectors about continued evidence of lack of active managerial control over foodborne illness risk factors.
hazardous foods in the temperature danger zone including cooked potatoes and cut cabbage. both had to be thrown out. raw chicken was being prepped right next to raw pork, posing a serious cross-contamination risk. and paint was stored in a glass jar labeled pepperoncinis. the owner takes us to the kitchen to find someone to translate. 3:34 nats in chinese darcy: does either of you speak english? no english? english? do you speak english? nobody speaks english. okay. she ends up calling her son, and gives me the phone. 5:09 darcy on phone: tell us why this happened again for the second time in seven months. he blames the bad inspection on an overly picky new health inspector. 8:26 d : so you guys feel like he's trying to target the restaurant for shutdown as opposed to actually protecting public health? but stuff
threat. raw meat, cut vegetables and dirty sink water should not be sharing such close quarters. and cut eggplant should not be put back into the dirty cardboard box it came in. 10:06 darcy: there was raw meat on the kitchen floor, stuff was at improper temperatures, things weren't clean. so that's pretty basic public health stuff. here's the meat stored on the kitchen floor. and check out this picture, where a head of cabbage has rolled out of its plastic bag onto the dirty kitchen tile. 11:24 darcy: would you want to eat a head of cabbage that had been sitting on the kitchen floor? he says it would've been properly cleaned before being served. but speaking of cleaning, there wasn't much of that going on at dong ting taste. in the dirty column on the health report--the freezer floor--complete with dried blood--the microwave, make-table cover and floor under the wok line. there was also built-up debris on the wok line side panels and hood. darcy tag: dong ting taste still has a c grade. the owners expect re-inspection
but they'll have to attend a supervisory conference at the health district before that can happen. darcy spears, channel 13 action news. coming up.. in tonight's health report.. a new warning for parents of teenagers who like indoor tanning. more people are living to -1- hundred years old. but.. between you and your spouse.. one of you's more likely to make it theres.
you may not be able to live forever.. but a new report suggests we're all living ...to a very ripe old age. as doctor timothy johnson reports.. the number of people reaching triple digits.. has nearly doubled.... in the last 15 years. script: reaching your 100th birthday? that's something that many may hope for? but few actually achieve. now, however, it looks like the number of americans who will blow out the candles on their one hundredth birthday cake? is increasing. in a new report out today? c-d-c researchers find that between 2000 and 2014?.the
and older spiked by nearly 45 percent. most of them are women -- more than 80 percent of those who live a hundred years or more. but a sobering note as well? alzheimer's disease is the fastest growing cause of death in this group, up nearly 120 percent in the past decade and a half. another sign of the importance of getting to the bottom of this deadly disease. so take care of the body you've got -- you may be living with it for quite some time. with this medical minute, i'm dr. timothy johnson. an important warning for parents about indoor tanning. a new study is linking a teenager's time in a tanning booth to substance abuse. researchers in colorado say both indoor tanning and drug use activate addictive pathways in the brain. the study also found a strong association between anabolic steroid use and indoor tanning among men. the study involved 12-thousand high school students in colorado. bryan returns after the break
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