tv Action News 330pm ABC January 26, 2016 3:30pm-4:00pm PST
education teaching there. and we're learning more about friday's police shooting at the bellagio fountain show. we know now the suspect involved, khaleal black, struggles with mental illness. officers also released the 9-1-1 calls and surveillance video from that night. you can see the 20 year old holding a gun, later he points it at several people. we also learned that gun was stolen. and.. right now.. the search is on for a suspect who stabbed someone in a parking lot this morning near eastern and owens. metro investigators think it happened during a fight that escalated. the victim suffered a stab wound in the back.. but is expected to survive. new developments out of california.. where authorities are still looking for 3 escaped inmates. and now.. the reward for information on their capture has been raised to 150-thousand dollars. all three were awaiting trial in seperate cases.. all violent felonies. they range from murder to
at this point.. they could be anywhere in the country.. or in canada or mexico. sot -- steve gomez, former fbi special agent in charge // "the longer their gone... that means they've gotten further away.. it becomes more difficult in capturing them." police consider all three to be armed and dangerous. an update now to a story we first brought you as it was breaking-- we're learning more about that homicide in north las vegas that ended with one woman dead. this is the man in custody -- police say he stabbed his girlfriend to death at a home near civic center and cheyenne. jackson called police himself.. and explained what happened. officers say they have responded to that house before for other disturbances. the name of the victim has not been released. we're learning more about two ex- convicts charged in a double murder downtown. marcial manuel casarez and sergio ignacio caire davila are charged with murder, conspiracy, kidnapping and robbery... for the deaths of jamel colbert and his girlfriend, shelby robinson. police say last november, the men shot them both execution style. robinson was found in a car
colbert was at some nearby apartments. metro says the deaths stemmed from a dispute between several people over drugs and prostitution. investigators are trying to figure out the exact cause of a bad crash that left one person and another in critical condition. police say a driver turned left in front of another car near craig and lamb.. sending that vehicle into a light pole and flipping over. that driver is in critical condition with a serious brain injury. the passenger was killed. police say that intersection can be confusing to drivers. action news reporter parker collins will look into the safety issues there.. on action news live at 6. new developments on the so-called affluenza teen. the attorney for ethan couch says he has dropped the appeal against deportation.. and could be back in texas to face new charges as early as couch has been in custody in mexico city. he fled the u-s with his mother after video appeared online showing him violating his probation..
driving crash. moving to the east coast and that historic blizzard... schools in d-c, baltimore and philadelphia are all closed again, inlcuding government offices. and hundreds of flights are grounded. but here at mccarran, it doesn't seem that really many of our flights are affected. that's the good news. 42 people have been killed in the storm, and a dozen of those people were killed shoveling snow. many streets are still blanketed in snow, so snow plows are working around the clock to clear roads. ((sot)) mos: "plan a went down the drain and they did not have a plan b." ((sot)) mos: "it's getting old real quick ." as the digout continues, officials are still urging people to be extra cautious. only 6 days remain before the first votes are cast in the presidential primaries. some of the republican candidates are gathering key endorsements.. while frontrunner donald trump says he might skip the final gop debate before the iowa caucuses. abc's bazi kanani has the
in the tight race in iowa... where polls show bernie sanders doing better than hillary clinton with first-time caucus- goers... sanders says he needs them to turnout. (sot sanders) "to my mind, we will win here in iowa if the voter turnout is high. and frankly, if the voter turnout is not high, we're gonna be struggling? clinton? rolling back the clock in a new ad... (nats ad) showing voters the proof of what she calls her lifelong fight for children and families. (sot ad) "i'm hillary clinton and i have always approved this message." on the republican side-- a day for endorsements. texas governor rick perry... campaigning with ted cruz. former new york governor george pataki-- throwing his support behind marco rubio. and jerry falwell, jr.--the son of the late televangelist-- officially endorsing donald trump. falwell's nod could help trump cut into cruz's support among born-again christians. but a nebraska senator is questioning trump's morality. ==gfx== on twitter... senator ben sasse asks about trump's admitted "affairs with
you repented?" "to harmed children and spouses? do you think it matters? trump has not responded... instead focusing on whether he should attend the coming republican debate. telling gma... he has not resolved his issues with fox moderator megyn professional, i don't think she's professional at all, she's very biased against me." bazi kanani standup close: trump promised a "special guest" at a rally tonight. we now know it will be controversial arizona sheriff joe arpaio? who is endorsing him. bazi kanani, abc news, washington. > this just in -- the controversial sheriff of maricopa county, arizona has endorsed g-o-p frontrunner donald trump. that sheriff is joe arpaio. the endorsement comes just six days before the iowa caucuses. a new medical marijuana shp is getting ready to open for business in the valley. "the source".. at the corner of sahara and
ribbon cutting this saturday. the owners also plan to hold a question and answer session with interested patients. the event runs from noon to 5. also opening up in the valley.. 4 new hospitals. coming up.. find out when they'll be available if you need emergency care. lots of bachelors come to vegas every weekend... but this time, it was the bachelor starring in the abc hit show. we'll take you behind the scenes. high pressure is building over the area and will bring warmer temperatures through saturday. people in new york are trying to make some money from that
bachelor fans got a treat last night. the episode was filmed right here in las vegas! and now, we're taking you behind the scenes! one of their challenges was opening for ventriloquist terry fator for his show at the mirage. here you can see them rehearsing their acts. two of the contestants are twin sisters who are actually from the valley! its been very difficult dating here in las vegas. a lot of the guys like to drink and party and go out all the time and my sister and i don't drink alcohol the sisters say if one of them wins they will be happy for the other, because they just want ben in the family 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 high pressure is building over the area and will bring warmer temperatures through saturday. expect high clouds on wednesday, with highs in the low 60s. for thursday and friday, partly cloudy skies are expected, with
in the mid 60s. saturday will be even warmer with highs in the upper 60s. however, changes begin saturday ahead of what looks to be a way. expect a push of cloud cover by saturday evening, along with breezy winds ahead of the system. cloudy skies are expected sunday as this very large system starts to push through the area. chances for rain will also move in with this system on sunday and linger into monday. models are also showing strong wind gusts with this system on
colder air. high temps will drop to the low 60s on sunday, then to the mid 50s on monday. the back end of the system will linger over the are on tuesday and will continue to drag in cool air, which will drop high temps to the low 50s. the system is expected to make an exit early wednesday. if you didn't know, january is
and fiesta rancho is celebrating by offering free ice skating lessons today! you'll get free admission to the sobe ice arena, free skate rental and lessons. coaches from the las vegas academy of skating will be providing the lessons. it's happening until 5:30 tonight. breaking news- a suspect shot by metro police officers in the eastern part of the valley. it happened just before 3 at pecos and bonanza. chopper 13 first flying over the scene-- we know a suspect has been shot. but no injuries to officers have been reported.
shooting happened. up next in today's health report.. millions of americans suffer from depression. now.. doctors are urging one group in particular to get screened for the condition. find out if you need to go get checked. and if you're a women, listen up. the american heart association says you most likely won't even know you're having a heart attack. we'll tell you the list of symptoms to be aware of.
depression is one of the most commmon mental conditions in the united states. and for the first time, doctors are recommending pregnant and postpartum women get screened for the condition! the suggestion comes from a new report, released today. it found the medications and counseling treatments used in depression may have some downsides for the fetus. and there are ways to treat depression without medication, so if you're pregnant and
depression, talk to your doctor. a new health alert from the american heart association. they say heart attacks may be harder to detect in women than men. here's abc's doctor jen ashton is here to explain how gender does in fact affect your risk of having a heart attack. chief women's health correspondent :20 - :40 "those differences...symptom s very different in women versus men." another big difference in heart attacks between men and women are the symptoms. women will have that classic symptom chest pain... but also these more subtle symptoms that include unusual fatigue, shortness of breath, and even flu-like symptoms. one in three women will die of heart disease. serious steps are now being taken to stop the spread of the 'zika' virus.. carried by mosquitos.. which can have devistating effects on newborns. reports.. the c- d-c is now issuing interim guidelines for
< a new warning from the world health organization.. the zika virus.. linked to birth defects in babies and paralysis in adults.. could spread to almost all countries in the americas.. ((sot)) margaret chan, director general of the world health spread of zika virus to new geographical areas, with little population immunity, is another cause for concern." ((sot)) dr besser "now, take a look at this map. that mosquito is found in every country in the western hemisphere except for canada and chile." ((nat)) from brazil gov youtube clip with more than a million people infected, brazil has been hit especially hard. in an effort to show how they're aggressively responding, the brazilian government posted this video on youtube showing workers spraying and fighting mosquitos carrying the virus. according to the c-d-c.. so far.. only a handful of cases have been identified in the u-s. ((sot)) dr besser "they say we're going to see small outbreaks due to people coming back from countries who are infected." the virus isn't known to spread from person to
hout incident. but the virus could cause life- threatening brain damage in unborn babies?so u-s officials are urging expecting moms to stay away from countries where there are infections. ((sot)) dr besser "if you're pregnant the cdc says don't go. for other people if you go, use repellant to reduce the chances you'll get bit." elizabeth tag: there is no vaccine or drugs to prevent or treat the infection.. so if you think you have any of the symptoms, for now, all you can do is ask your doctor to be tested. elizabeth hur, abc news, new york. > dignity health-st. rose dominican is building 4 new hospitals in the valley. the goal is to help increase access to high-quality emergency care. they'll be built in north las vegas.. west flamingo and sahara.. and all sites are scheduled to open in 2017. each hospital is also expected to create 100-permanent jobs.
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it survived. share it with yourself. freshlycracked egg with ham and bacon,or sausage, get two breakfast croissants forfour bucks. - chopper 13 first flying over pecos and bonanza-- where metro police have shot a suspect at there. but no injuries to officers have been reported. it happened just before three. no word yet as to why the shooting happened. action news reporter mahsa saeidi is there. she says the suspect is being transported to umc trauma, to umc trauma, and witnesses told her they heard at least 2-gunshots. but we don't know that person's condition. stay with action news for the latest on this story. coming up on action news..
people in one valley neighborhood are outraged after they find racist and sexual messages written on sidewalks in their area. but it's not what was written... but where that has them upset. plus police body-cam captures the moments an officer opened fire on a suspect in orlando. find out what led to the shooting and why one bystander says she feared for her life. those stories and more on action news.. live at 5. and that does it for action news live at 3:30 but stay with
if you're doing everything right but find it harder and harder to get by, you're not alone. while our people work longer hours for lower wages, almost all new income goes to the top 1%. my plan -- make wall street banks and the ultrarich pay their fair share of taxes, provide living wages for working people, ensure equal pay for women. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message because together, we can make a political revolution and create an economy and democracy that works for all
>> this is the first incident that victoria and i were involved in with the pranking. >> judge judy: pranking? is that what you call it? vandalizing is what the criminal-justice system calls it. >> announcer: these friends fessed up. >> judge judy: you knew where you were going. >> both: yes, ma'am. >> judge judy: you were going to vandalize their car >> both: yes, ma'am. >> announcer: but their moms aren't on the same page. >> she said the girls didn't do the damage. >>
judge judy: you keep making excuses for bad behavior and it's gonna only get worse. >> 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 melissa suarez-patterson and bruce patterson are suing their son's schoolmates, 17-year-old skylar nicol and victoria wilken, and their mothers, kristina nicol and dawn hitt-wilken, for vandalism