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already been declared. the nation's capitol is bracing for power outages, roof collapses and worse city officials are warning that this could be the worst storm to hit the d-c in nearly 100 yearswith more than 24 inches of snow expected to fall in the next 36 hours. mayor muriel bowser we see this as a major storm. it has life and death implications and all the residents of the district of columbia should treat it that way washington's transportation system is essentially shutting down and residents are being told be where they need to be by 3pm this afternoon. nearly 6,000 flights have been cancelled around the country for today and tomorrow and this storm is also affecting flights here at home as well. here's a look at mccarran's website. we're seeing cancellations and delays right now for numerous flights across the country. if you'd like to check the status of your flight, just head to our website at ktnv.com and click on links.
and this scene makes it almost impossible to imagine what they're dealing with back east right now. our team coverage on the monster storm continutes with chief meteorolgist bryan scofield and meteorologist carlo falco. bryan. a dying cold front is continuing to push through california but will get hung up in the sierra dropping the majority of its moisture in the mountains. that leaves high clouds for las vegas tonight and tomorrow which will slowly thicken throughout the overnight hours tonight and throughout the day saturday meaning mostly cloudy skies to start the weekend. temperatures will be warmer than the last couple days as some pre-frontal winds kick highs into the low 60s but winds won't be a big issue. a gust to 20 or so is possible but that's about it. the bigger story will be the shot for rain showers saturday ten days before the iowa caucuses donald trump is
bernie sanders threatens an upset in both iowa and new hampshire. abc's marci gonzalez is following the latest from the campaign trail. republican - backlash today... the rnc- disinviting the conservative publication "national review" from hosting a gop debate next month...after this cover story... saying donald trump "is not deserving of conservative support" and calling him a "political opportunist"... sot: dt: i mean people don't even think about the national review, so i guess they want to get a little publicity, but that's a dying paar. the latest polls show trump with his biggest lead yet ...as he continues going after his closest rival ted cruz sot dt: he is very straitened / nobody likes him
really rattled. i mean, it's amazing. at every event-- instead of actually talkin' about what he wants to do for the country, he just kinda stands up there and attacks me... and - the heat is on - in the democratic race as well... with polls showing bernie sanders - ahead of hillary clinton in iowa- and new hampshire (bernie) if we do well in both of those states, i think my friends we are looking at one of the great political upsets in the modern history of the united states of america clinton - on the trail with a pop- star endorsement (nats- demi lovato) she completely embodies the concept of woman say this. again, it's up to the voters. i know a number of democrats, people who i highly respect are concerned tag both clinton and sanders - campaigning today in new hampshire- so are many of the republican hopefuls. mg abc news ny a developing story out of north korea where an american student is being detained for what government authorities are calling a "hostile act."
university of virginia. north korea's central news agency claims he entered the country as a tourist.. then plotted to undermine the communist regime on behalf of the u.s. government. warmbier is now the second american detained in north korea.. in a matter of weeks. and new visa rules are now into effect aimed at keeping terrorists from entering the u-s. now, anyone with dual citizenship with iran, iraq, sudan or syria cannot enter the u-s without applying for a travel visa. that also applies to european, japanese and australian travelers who have visited those countries since 20- 11. when it comes to finding guns.. tsa agents have their hands full at america's airports. the latest numbers show agents found more than 26-hundred guns in carry-on luggage last year. the highest number of confiscations were at airports in dallas.. atlanta.. houston.. denver and phoenix. firearms.. and their components are illegal in carry-on bags.. but they are allowed in checked luggage if they're unloaded..
we're following new developments out of carson city.. where the state attorney general is trying to speed-up a ruling on the new education savings account program. the voucher plan allows parents to receive 5-thousand dollars for their child and put it toward private school tuition. adam laxalt says he's concerned about parents who moved their children to new schools assuming the program would launch in february.. and now they have to decide if they should withdraw them. the u.s. department of transportation wants to hear from you. they're holding a public meeting next week. they're looking for community input on southern nevada transportation. specifically, ways to improve the regional planning process for transportation projects. it's all happening wednesday, january 27th, starting at 4:30 at the east las vegas community center on north eastern. coming up.. an interesting way to use a dance that's known for psyching out opponents on the rugby pitch. find out why a rowdy wedding reception war dance brought a bride to tears. a contact 13 consumer alert
po you know the basic bargain of america is if you work hard, and you do your part, you should be able to get ahead and stay ahead. but so many families don't feel like their hard work pays off. that's not the way america is supposed to operate. i want to go to bat for them every single day. get incomes rising... get equal pay for women... cut the cost of health care and child care so people can actually get ahead. hillary clinton, she has what it takes to get things done.
just some of the trending headlines we are following today. 4 seconds of nats of dance a distinctly kiwi wedding surprise has gone viral. wedding guests performed
a haka (hah-kah) , or traditional maori war dance, at the reception of aaliyah and benjamin armstrong in auckland, new zealand. it moved the bride to tears. she said she knew a haka was planned, but not to that scale. both the bride and groom joined in. the bride says it was a sign of respect from the best man and family -- not an attempt to intimidate the groom! philadelphia police are trying to play it cool...using a parody of rapper
bling" for their latest public awareness campaign... they're trying to warn residents that they can not use cones to save parking spots.. they've released a psa showing the rapper with traffic cones and using the hashtag -- "no savesies." philadelphia is one of several east coast cities preparing for a massive winter storm forecast to hit this weekend. sriracha fans.. tired of lugging around a clunky bottle of the hot chili sauce.. can now rejoice. single-serving packets are now available. sriracha has gained a foodie cult following since it arrived in the u-s in 1980. huy fong foods started teasing their fans about the new to-go packets on facebook earlier this week. one fan's reaction was.. quote: "my life is now complete." for more stories trending right now.. go to ktnv.com. and to sound off.. join us on twitter. our handle is @ktnv.
anchors adlib and toss to bryan a dying cold front is continuing to push through california but will get hung up in the sierra dropping the majority of its moisture in the mountains. that leaves high clouds for las vegas tonight and tomorrow which will slowly thicken throughout the overnight hours tonight and throughout the day saturday meaning mostly cloudy skies to start the weekend. temperatures will be warmer than the last couple days as some pre-frontal winds kick highs into the low 60s but winds won't be a big issue. a gust to 20 or so is possible but that's about it.
shot for rain showers saturday night into early sunday morning as the trailing edge of the cold front drags through southern nevada. rain showers will be very light and won't drop more than a couple hundredths of an inch in the valley and will do so in the overnight hours so impacts will be negligible, but it could affect some late night plans. skies clear out for sunday with colder air aloft keeping temperatures cooler, expect highs in the upper 50s sunday and monday with another weak, dry, system moving through the area monday bringing some more high clouds. dynamics with that system are weak so it'll mostly be a wind producer especially late monday into tuesday when winds will be the strongest. right now winds don't look too crazy, just a few gusts to about 20 or 25mph in the valley but the colorado river valley could see gusts in excess of 40mph on tuesday.
takes over with clear skies and temperatures quickly increasing into the mid 60s by thursday and friday. time now for a contact 13 consumer alert. it's something that may be missing from your car -- a spare tire. and it turns out 30-million vehicles on the road have the same problem. abc's gio benitez explains why and what you can do about it. < nats - highway rush hour an object in the road or a pothole in your path could stop your car in its tracks? michelle stevens got a flat in her 2014 cadillac. in her trunk - no spare tire -- only a tire inflation kit. 16;42;36 after i looked at my tire, i just kinda said forget it. it's not gonna work. the kit includes a sealant that but the kit won't work on all flat tires. in fact, it says right on the
problems - like a tear on the side of a tire... or a larger puncture. on a ride along with aaa in philadelphia - more drivers like michelle. shannon: now they'll have to have the inconvenience of being towed. so where are the spare tires? automakers began eliminating spare tires to make vehicles lighter to meet fuel efficiency standards. and now - more than a third of new cars - don't come with one. gio bridge: 01;02;02 this is a 01;06;57 so when would this inflation kit work? john: when in the tire, this kit's going to work well. in this video from kia?. video - tire inflation kit working you see how and when it does work. but aaa is calling on car companies to put spares back in cars john: // it's not going to take the place of a spare tire.// but what aaa is saying consumers really should understand what's in their car cadillac tells gma investigates "spares occupy space, carry significant weight and often go unused." hyundai tells us: "it
works extremely well in many cases." adding "customers can opt for a tire if they like." > we have some breaking news... officials in canada say a suspect is in custody in a deadly school shooting. authorities say at least 5 people were killed and 2 others injured in the attack. no word yet on a motive. coming up in tonight's health report. a warning for pregnant mothers. and.. find out what some new research is saying about obesity in children.. and what parents can do about it. in today's health report..
their we there are two democratic visions for regulating wall street. one says it's okay to take millions from big banks and then tell them what to do. my plan -- break up the big banks, close the tax loopholes, and make them pay their fair share. then we can expand health care to all, and provide universal college education. will they like me? no. will they begin to play by the rules if i'm president? you better believe it.
what's worse.. kids are setting themselves up for health problems later in life. holly firfer explains how parents can help reverse the trend. in 2012 more than one third of children in the u.s. were overweight or even obese. a recent study in the journal pediatrics found that a contributing factor is lack of sleep. "sleep is important for so many things. ranging from good growth, helping your immune system, heart health, good behavior and the ability to focus and concentrate and learn well in
suppressing the appetite and making you want to eat more, taking in more calories, as well as carbobydrates in general. and that can cause a whole host of health problems. "too much eating eventually along with obesity eventually can cause problems like heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, so everything's interrelated, we want everything to be in balance and that includes your nutrition, your sleep and your exercise. and so we do recommend that kids get the right amount of sleep recommended for their age, at least an hour of exercise a day, and to eat a healthy diet. so how much sleep do children need? according to the cdc: newborns should be sleeping on average 16-18 hours a day. preschool aged kids, 11-12 hours. and
school aged children should sleep about 10 hours a night. and doctors say one more thing -- make sure to monitor what your children are eating. no amount of sleep can battle the bulge if they're not getting a healthy diet. mothers about a virus that
damage to your baby. doctors say right now 7 states have reported cases of the "zika virus." the symptoms of the mosquito-borne virus for most people are fever, rash,
joint pain and red eyes, and they're usually not too bad. but doctors say for pregnant women, the virus could do life-threatening damage to their baby's brain. right now, there's no vaccine or drugs to prevent the virus. all doctors can do is test and monitor. still ahead... a final look at your forecast! and.. before we head to break.. a look at tonight's abc primetime lineup on channel 13. at 8 -- last man standing at 8:30 -- dr. ken at 9 -- shark tank at 10 -- 20/20 at 11 -- action news we'll be right back.
you know the basic bargain of america is if you work hard, and you do your part, you should be able to get ahead and stay ahead. but so many families don't feel like their hard work pays off. that's not the way america is supposed to operate. i want to go to bat for them every single day. get incomes rising... get equal pay for women... cut the cost of health care and child care so people can actually get ahead. hillary clinton, she has what it takes to get things done.
and the nation's capitol, along with the entire east coast, is preparing for what's expected to be a historic blizzard. states of emergency are in affect for 6 states and nearly 6,000 flights are canceled today and tomorrow. it's a story you'll only see on action news. a man and his 4-year-old daughter are forced to flee their home after they find burglars in the house. even more upsetting, when they called police, they say officers don't show for hours! now, the homeowner says he wants to move. more problems for the struggling solar industry in nevada. premier solar solutions says it has closed its henderson office.. and will lay off 66 employees. it's the latest solar company to announce layoffs and closures after the public
increase n-v energy bills for solar customers. coming up on action news.. live at 5... you ask.. we investigate. some local parents are angry because their children's school bus stop is being moved to what they say is a dangerous area. and.. guns aren't just for men anymore. we'll take you to the 'shot show'.. where a growing number of enthusiasts are women.. and find out why they're ready to lock and load. those stories and more on action news.. live at 5. then later on action news live at 6.. a ccsd officer heads up an investigation that gets a custodian arrested... but now, it turns out he has a skeleton in the closet too. it's a scandalous story of cover-ups and tonight contact 13 chief investigator darcy spears is uncovering it all. that's new tonight at six. a dying cold front is continuing to push through california but will get hung up in the sierra dropping the majority of its moisture in the mountains. that leaves high clouds for las
>> judge judy: trevor, how long have you been living
with your aunt? >> i'd say 14 out of my 17 years. >> announcer: a mother unable to give... >> i took care of my son. i paid his cellphone bill. >> judge judy: that's not support. >> announcer: ...but quick to take. >> judge judy: your dad sends child support. is that right? >> to my mother, yes. >> judge judy: why didn't you send her the money? >> i didn't -- she was -- i didn't feel she needed it. >> judge judy: oh, no, no, no,
that's a lot of baloney. >> announcer: "judge judy." you are about to enter the courtroom of judge judith sheindlin. the people are real. the cases are real. the rulings are final. captions paid for by cbs television distribution amanda gonzalez is suing her sister, briana porter, for child-care costs. amanda says briana's son, 17-year-old trevor friedman, has lived with her for the last 14 years. >> byrd: order! all rise! your honor, this is case number 29 on the calendar in the matter of gonzalez vs. porter. >> judge judy: thank you. >> byrd: you're welcome. parties have been sworn in. you may be seated. folks, have a seat. >> judge judy: miss gonzalez, this is your sister, and according to your complaint, you've been taking care of one of her children who is now a teenager for a good deal of his minority. you did so without any support