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action news live at 3-30 begins with breaking news. chaos at a north las vegas home and now.. a homicide investigation. i'm steve wolford. and i'm rikki cheese. a woman is dead, and a man is in custody. contact 13 investigative reporter stephanie zepelin has details on what happened. information is very limited right now and as you can see, police as keeping us really far away from the home where it happened. north las vegas police say they got a disturbance call around 9:45 this morning. when they got on scene, an adult woman was dead. they arrested an adult man in the house and are calling this a domestic. they could not tell us how the man and woman knew each other. they said officers are interviewing people off scene, and several people on scene. they said there were a handful of people in the home at the time of the incident, including children. michelle orzoff lives near home where this happened 12.25.10 we've lived here for a
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quiet neighborhood 13 and to see this happening is kind of shocking old calls as part of their investigation. live near civic center and cheyenne, soc and now to latest on that police shooting in front of the bellagio. we just learned the name of the officer who opened fired, and the man he was shooting at. that suspect is this man -- 20-year- old khaleal black. and the officer who shot at him -- is 45-year-old george smith. police are still investigating why black was waving a gun at people and weaving in and out of traffic friday night. when the officer opened fire, his shots missed black and instead grazed 2-pedestrians, including a child. smith is on routine paid administrative leave right now, black will make his first court appearance wednesday morning.
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california for 3 inmates.. all considered armed and dangerous. and there's already a 50- thousand dollar reward for information leading to their capture. abc's brandi hitt has more on how they escaped from a maximum security prison. < the all-out manhunt for these three escaped inmates is expanding in southern california... with the f-b-i and u-s marshall's office joining the search. sot -- lt. dave sawyer / orange county sheriff's dept. "each of these inmates are extremely dangerous and should be presumed to be armed." investigators believe friday's break-out from this orange county maximum security jail... happened just after the daily 5-am inmate body count. the men -- first cutting through this metal grate in a holding cell. sot -- lt. jeff hallock / orange county sheriff's dept. "they went from the plumbing tunnels... and made their way to the roof." that's when police say they used bed sheets to create a rope like this... rappelling down. it's believed this shadowy fbi agent & abc news consultant "the immediate thing that jumped out to me is they had help... and probably inside help." the next body count wasn't until after 8-pm... giving them a 16-hour head
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hossein nayeri -- is charged with kidnapping and torture... bac tien duong -- charged with attempted murder and assault with a deadly weapon... and jonathan tieu -- charged with murder. sot -- lu ann nguyen / jonathan tieu's mother "(crying & gasping) i want my son back... jonathan please..." his mother -- now begging him to come home... while authorities plead for the public's help in vietnamese. nats -- (speaking vietnamese) capees - with ties to vietnamese gangs this same jail... 27 years ago. one -- also from the rooftop. detectives say they don't believe anyone within the sheriff's department was involved... but they are investigating. brandi hitt -- abc news -- los angeles. > a judge has cancelled a meeting with ammon bundy and the rest of the armed militia in oregon. it was canceled because of safety concerns... after law enforcement reportedly heard about plans to protest the meeting. the militia has been staked out there for three weeks at that wildlife refuge. oregon's governor says she
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the attorney general, and the fbi... asking them to end the standoff. we're down to 1-week before the iowa caucus.. and the big story involves a billionaire.. but it's not donald trump. there are now rumors that former new york mayor michael bloomberg is considering a run as an independent. recent polls from iowa still show republican donald trump and democrat bernie sanders leading their respective races. today alone.. all of the candidates have more than two dozen campaign stops planned in iowa.. in their final push for votes. sot - donald trump / (r) presidential candidate "it's crunch time folks. i mean, i wanna win iowa, i really wanna win it. monday, i promise to stand up for you every single day as president, to listen to you, to fight for you, and with your help, to deliver the kind of results our country and world deserve." the iowa caucuses next week are followed by the new hampshire primary in two weeks.. where trump and sanders are also way out in front in the polls.
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candidate jeb bush is coming to nevada this week. he's scheduled to hold a rally tomorrow at the northeastern nevada museum in elko. an avalanche has killed one person, and injured another. it happened yesterday near washington state's mount baker ski area. search and rescue crews are still trying to find that person's body. authorities are still investigating why the pair were there. it's the second avalanche death in the state, in one-month. an earthquake has people rattled 24-hours later...after hitting alaska. it caused gas leaks and fires, and now has 30-families out of their homes. the magnitude 7-point-1 quake woke people up early yesterday. it struck about 160-miles southwest of anchrage. (ella mann/felt earthquake) "something went falling down on my bed and i didn't know what it was." (angela mann/ella's mother) "i walked into grab the kids and their dresser had flipped over and their tv had been thrown against the wall." now all those families are living in temporary shelters, as investigators continue to
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many of you have heard of the convicted killer.. made famous from the netflix documentary.. now.. steven avery is breaking his silence. up next.. hear what he's saying about the documentary.. and his conviction. and the stage is set for super bowl 50. if you were hoping to go to the big game, you better buy tickets fast. find out the going rate now, 2- weeks out. the breezy winds we've seen today will taper off a bit tonight, before picking back up tomorrow afternoon. time now is x:xx - let's
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launching a food delivery service in 10 cities, they promise to deliver meals in 10 minutes or less. the service will come as a stand alone app by march. las vegas is not on the list right now.. but we'll let you know when that happens. and democratic presidential candidate bernie sanders now has his own ice cream. it's called "bernie's yearning." it's a mint flavored ice cream with chocolate chips. it's made by one of the ben & jerry's co-founders, so it's branded as "ben's best." there are only 40 pints of the flavor, and 25 pints are being given away in a contest run by sanders' campaign. the contest launched today and ends february third. today is bubble wrap appreciation day! and did you know...bubble wrap was originally designed to be a plastic wallpaper? the product was of course not a success. if you want to go to this year's super bowl.. prepare to lay down some big money. the average resale price is more than 51-hundred dollars..
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midfield have already sold for more than 12-thousand dollars each. that makes them the most expensive seats sold so far. the super bowl is february 7th.. between the carolina panthers and denver broncos. for more stories trending right now... go to ktnv.com. and we want to hear your thoughts. just sound off on any trending news by joining us on twitter. our handle is @ktnv use #nowtrending. anchors adlib and toss to karla the breezy winds we've seen today will taper off a bit tonight, before picking back up tomorrow afternoon. expect sustained wind speeds between 10-15 miles per hour tomorrow, with highs in the upper 50s and sunny skies. high pressure will be in control of the forecast through most of saturday, which means warmer temperatures are on the way.
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on wednesday, mid 60s on thursday and upper 60s for friday and saturday. partly cloudy skies are expected each afternoon. the winds will pick up to the breezy category on saturday, ahead of our next system which will bring more cloud cover and chances for rain on sunday, along with cooler air. highs will drop to the low 60s on sunday and along with the chance for scattered showers, windy conditions are expected. monday will see a cool down to the mid 50s, windy conditions and a little clearing by the afternoon. it's the murder case
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for the first time.. steven avery.. the convicted killer from the netflix docudrama "making a murderer".. is speaking out. abcs linsey davis spoke with his new attorney...who says there's new evidence that will set him free.
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'making a murder' - the netflix series that has captivated the nation...speaking out from prison for the first time since the show's debut. [gfx] steven avery writing this 3 page letter to abc affiliate wisn's collen henry saying "the real killer is still out there...who is he stalking now?" ((keyables)) avery is serving a life sentence for the 2005 murder of teresa halbach. he previously spent 18 years in prison for a rape he didn't commit...and was in the middle of a 36 million dollar civil lawsuit against the local sheriff's department for that wrongful conviction...when halbach was killed. ((keyables)) . his former defense attorney dean strang telling abc news, while he sometimes questions avery's innocence, he believes the legal system failed him. dean strang court nats (this is in ntl piece) how many times will steven avery be charged in manitowoc county with rapes he didn't commit? also included - a typed response...where avery comments on his ex-girlfriend jodi's recent interview with hln-- sot jodi/ hln 17:21 producer: what do you want people to know? jodi: the truth. producer: which is? jodi: what
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innocent. sot colleen henry he suggested that the state must have gotten to her and paid her to say bad things about him [gfx] meanwhile avery's new attorney kathleen zellner... tweeting she visited her client and reviewed his "38 boxes of files"...adding "he remains innocent &framed." zellner avery was framed by the manitowoc county sheriff's department because of that multimillion dollar lawsuit. sot dean strang ntl intv (end of ntl piece- ntem012016a)-do not cut a big part of me worries he might be guilty and an even bigger part of me says you know, if convicting people on maybes or possibilies was how this system worked, that's great. we can all slap each other on the back and go out for a beer. but that's not how the system is supposed to work. > abc's linsey davis reporting. now.. prosecutor shown in that
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ken kratz says he feels an obligation to speak up for the victim.. teresa halbach.. and her family. he was the former county d-a who prosecuted steven avery and brendan dassey. both are serving life sentences for halbach's murder. nearly 8-million children died in 2013.. and a new report says most of those deaths were preventable. we'll go through the leading causes of child death.. next in today's health report.
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with one swipe, it devoured one of the croissants. then jack showed up and took care of the beast, so i could escape. and that's what happened to your breakfast croissant. and yours? it survived. share it with yourself. freshlycracked egg with ham and bacon,or sausage,
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people back east are thawing out from blizzard 20-16. and while they're warming out, they're also trying to shake off the winter blues. it's estimated at least 12-million americans suffer from a type of depression called seasonal affective disorder or "sad." doctors say the brain goes through a chemical imbalance due to a lack of sunlight. then that can lead to lack of energy, oversleeping,
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cravings for foods that can cause weight gain. so how do you fight this? modify your diet and exercise more. try a specially-designed light boxes. anti-depressants or psychotherapy. and be with family. parents are always looking for ways to protect their children.. especially from deadly diseases. abc's lana zak has details on a new report that shows the greatest threats to your child's life. < childhood is a precious time, and as those beautiful babies grow into kids and then teens, how we protect them changes too. in a new report? researchers from around the globe examined rates and causes of childhood death in children of various ages. finding mortality rates in kids, on the whole, are on the decline. and while that's welcome news to parents, there is still work to be done --nearly eight million children and teens worldwide died in 2013? and more than four in five of these deaths were in children younger than five. the top causes of death, according to the report, were all preventable. from respiratory illnesses in
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injuries in adolescents aged ten to nineteen. the message to parents... take the steps you can to keep kids healthy and safe. you may not be able to protect them forever... but you can improve the chances that live a long and happy life. with this medical minute, i'm lana zak > 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. 8 - the bachelor 10 - bachelor a look at some of the top
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the top stories we're following. north las vegas police are investigating a homicide that left one woman dead. officers say it all started as some sort of domestic dispute, inside a home near civic center drive and cheyenne. one man is in custody. and new information on that police shooting in front of the bellagio friday night. officers identify the man as 20-year- old khaleal black. but they still don't know why
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there. the officer who opened fire on black...is george smith. and he's on routine administrative leave. and.. millions of americans are digging out.. and thawing out back east after government offices and public transportation are closed. coming up on action news.. live at 5... the recession may be over... but las vegas is far from recovery! details on a new report that puts nevada near the bottom of the list when it comes to financial security... we'll explain why the report says it's been so hard for las vegans to get back on their feet. plus... explosive video out of brazil as more than 60 inmates escape from a prison... we'll tell you how they were able to make the break... those stories and more on action news.. live at 5. the winds will pick up to the breezy category on saturday, ahead of our next system which will bring more cloud cover and chances for rain on sunday, along with cooler air. highs will drop to the low 60s the mid 50s, windy conditions and a little clearing by the
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>> judge judy: it was this young man. >> announcer: there was no covering up his misdeed. >> judge judy: did you know it was the wrong thing to do? >> no. >> judge judy: you didn't? >> announcer: but after being blamed for bad parenting... >> judge judy: you didn't, evidently, teach your son well enough that he wasn't supposed to do what he did. >> announcer: ...are mom and dad blaming the accuser? >> she told him that he was a criminal and that he was in big trouble. >> 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 city contractor james breneman is suing heidi and gregory
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