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metro police say he's facing one count of murder with a deadly weapon and robbery. it all stems from an incident back in november near charleston and maryland parkway, when police say he got into an argumen with a man, and then shot and killed him. if you see him, you're asked to call police. the presidential campaign frenzy in iowa.. with only 3-days before the iowa caucuses. the presidential candidates are out pounding the pavement, doing anything they can to get those last-minute voters. abc's brandi hitt has highlights from last night. < ((take pkg)) nats - (rubio event) it's all hands on deck the state... with just three days before the iowa caucuses. nats - (trump arrival?) the only one not in iowa - donald trump. the gop frontrunner left straight for new hampshire after boycotting last night's fox news debate. sot - trump // "i did something that was very risky, and i think it turned out great because i'm on the front page of every paper." ((graphic -
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is the front page of the des moines register - "rough night for cruz." ((lana's earlier pkg)) sot - rand paul // "i don't think ted can have it both ways." cruz - becoming the think you got a better picture of ted cruz... and i don't think that did well rally)) sot - rubio // "actually i had a little bit more time than usual. i think there was somebody missing...or something (audience laughs)." nats - (bernie rally - pull from yesterday until today event happens) on the democratic side - it's a close race between bernie sanders and hillary clinton. ((graphic - wswniowapollgfx)) polls show clinton -- just three points ahead in iowa. she's now bringing in the big guns -- bill clinton -- thousand voters hwho are still undecided. these candidates don't just need their support... they need to convince them to show up monday evening to caucus. brandi hitt - abc news - des moines. > democratic presidential candidate bernie sanders is in some
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culinary union. they say some of his staffers tried to get into casino employee dining rooms so they could talk with union members. we reached out to the local sanders campaign but they have not responded. the culinary union represents nearly 60-thousand people.. making it a major force in nevada politics. and more trouble for hillary clinton. the state department now says 22 emails on clinton's private server were top-secret.. and will not be released. investigators are trying to determine if information contained in emails on clinton's personal email account were classified when it was sent. another batch of emails from the former secretary of state was released today. top city and businesses leaders gathered today to talk about the future of las vegas' economy, and how to keep it growing. l-v-c-v-a president rossi ralenkotter says mccarran international airport is a key to hopefully attracting more, international business. 10:10:42 - 10:11:03 "our target for the well as international. the city hopes to reach
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next 5 years, another way to reach that goal is streamlining visitors over the next 5 years, another way to reacha goal is streamlining the visa program. one of the big companies highlighting the growth of las vegas is faraday future. you'll remember they're building an electric car plant in north las vegas. the company's vice president of event. dag reckhorn, vp of global manufacturing for faraday future 11: 00:37 -- 11:00:48 foundation on the plant is expected to be done by the first quarters of the year. while the education savings account program is on hold..
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it up with a lawsuit to cover the cost of the delay. the state wants "educate now" to pay a 239 thousand dollar bond. then.. if the court overturns the challenge against the voucher program.. the bond would pay for an i-t company to store all application information for a year so families wouldn't have to re-apply. the esa program lets parents claim thousands of dollars from the state every year to use for private school tuition. new video out from the fbi on that deadly shootout in oregon-- it shows the roadside confrontation between police and the armed militia... that left one of the group's leaders dead. take a look. that white truck is being driven by lavoy finicum. police stop the truck, taking some members into custody he doesn't surrender...but instead takes off and crashes into a snow bank...nearly hitting an fbi officer. he then gets out with his hands raisese... but reaches at least twice for his pocket. and then, he's shot and killed by state troopers.
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agent in charge of the fbi in oregon "we know there are various versions of what had happened most of them inaccurate some of them in inflammatory we want to give the public as much information that had happened that day." investigators say a loaded gun was inside that pocket. as for the standoff, only four protesters remain. family and friends are now stepping-up to support a milwaukee man.. accused of plotting to shoot 30 people at a masonic temple. mohamed hamzeh was arrested earlier this week. a facebook page has now been set-up to rally support for the 22-year old. his family says hamzeh is being framed by the fbi for the alleged terror plot.. and they're demanding answers. the so-called affluenza teen is in texas at a juvenile detention center. ethan couch faced a judge this morning. it's still being decided if his case will be transferred to the adult system. the teen just got back from mexico yesterday... after dropping an appeal to his deportation. scott brown, ethan couch's attorney he's relieved to be home i can tell you that but certainly he is concerned about what future holds for him
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mom fled to mexico... after video surfaced showing the teen possibly violating his probation. couch's attorney claims his story is sorry, but victims' families are still demanding an apology. alexander lemus/victim's brother 13:35:26 no hesitation, no remorse, no care, that's why im here man. i'm not not leaving until i can see something, until i get an understanding." as for couch's mother, she's facing charges of hindering the apprehension of a felon. but she is out on bond. breaking news-- n-f-l commissioner roger goodell says they'll commit 300-million dollars to assist in building new stadium in san diego for the chargers. you'll remember we told you at the top of the hour, the chargers had just reached an agreement with the los angeles rams to share a stadium in inglewood, california. but, the chargers' chairman
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in san diego. president obama made his latest push to advance equal pay for women. coming up, we'll explain his new rule that will require companies to report pay data by gender, race and ethnicity. and we all loved seeing pope francis ride around in his popemobile while here in the us. well, now you can ride around town in "pope style." one of his "popemobiles" is up for sale! a powerful and wet storm system is headed for southern nevada but the weather will be very nice before it actually gets here. president obama will make his latest push to advance equal
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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... the men who are doing that job. i'm hillary clinton
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today. he's proposing a new rule that'll require companies to report pay data by gender, race and ethnicity. it would apply to companies with 100 or more employees. the white house says the rule would help aid investigations on employers that are "unlawfully shortchanging workers" based on gender, race and ethnicity. aretha franklin is launching her own food line. it's one of three trending headlines we're following today. the soul singer says it'll include desserts, and her own brand of chili, gumbo and baked chicken. franklin could be giving fellow singer patti labelle a run for her money. you'll remember labelle's sweet potato pies were flying off its shelves. one of the two "popemobiles" used by pope francis in philadelphia last september is going on the auction block. the fiat 500-l is being sold
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show. the other fiat will be on display. proceeds will benefit select ministries and missions of the archdiocese of philadelphia. and take a look at this - dogs duked it out in the annual mini sled dog races in minnesota. there were two categories-- 12 pounds and under, and 12 to 22 pounds. for more stories trending right now.. go to and if you'd like to sound off on any trending news.. join us on twitter. our handle is @ktnv.. #nowtrending. anchors adlib and toss to bryan nice before it actually gets here.
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clear skies will push temperatures up into the low 70s on saturday. gusts peaking around 35mph for the valley especially later in the day will drive those warmer temperatures, so highs will likely be later in the afternoon into the early evening. temperatures fall like a rock sunday as that system pushes in from the west. thick cloud cover will cap temperatures in the mid 50s for sunday with rain starting around noon and continuing into the overnight hours. all told expect about 12 hours worth of steady rain to fall in the las vegas valley with models saying anywhere from 0.15" to 0.75" for las vegas. i'd expect something closer to 0.2"-0.3" of rain for the las vegas valley with isolated pockets
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local mountains seeing more. snow levels will initially start relatively high, with only the higher terrain of mt. charleston and the sheep range getting snow but snow levels will fall quickly once the rain departs. cold air will rapidly flow into las vegas as the surface low's center pushes east and the upper level cold core moves over head. that cold core will drop temperatures and bring the chance for some quick flurries winds sustained around 25mph temperatures will be very cool for this time of year with the end of the week. breaking right now on the water
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some water test results have just been released, and it's not good news. officials are now urging residents to keep drinking bottled water, and get their water tested. some results found the water had higher lead levels, than some filters could handle. coming up next in today's health report.. a new study is sheding light on why adults need 7 to 8 hours of sleep.. especially women. we'll have details on how a lack of sleep can lead to a certain disease. in today's health report..
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more cases are of the zika virus are showing up in the u-s.. which is a huge concern.. especially for pregnant women. the virus can affect brain development in fetuses. a mother in new york is among 30 people who contracted the virus while traveling abroad. dr.
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health and medical editor if someone is infected and comes back to the united states and bit by a mosquito, that mosquito can bite other people and be infected health officials are warning people to use bug repellant and mosquito nets over their beds. airlines and cruises are also offering refunds to pregnant women.. who were planning trips to the caribbean and latin america. we all know not getting enough sleep is bad for your health. now, for women at least, there may be one more reason why. with more, here's abc new senior medical contributor dr. timothy johnson. < sleep? we never seem to get enough of it. but now, a new study? suggests that poor sleep could raise a woman's risk of diabetes. harvard researchers looked at data from a large, national study on more than a hundred thousand women? those who did not get enough sleep were more likely to end up developing type 2 diabetes - a condition often that means higher risk of heart disease, stroke, and early deato women with normal sleep, those with multiple sleep problems were up to four times as likely to develop diabetes. these connections were there?
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other risk factors into account -- like obesity, high blood pressure and depression. we don't know why this connection might exist? but you don't need to wait for more research to get better sleep. the trick is making sleep a priority, not an afterthought. bedtime routine, darkness, and staying off the electronic devices right before bed all can help! and if that doesn't work, a good night's rest is worth talking to your doctor about. with this medical minute, i'm dr. timothy johnson. > 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 -- last man standing 8:30 -- dr. ken 9 -- shark tank 10 -- 20/20 11 -- action news. we'll be right back. before judge judy..
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the search is now on in california for just two inmates, after one of them turned himself in. also in custody, a jail worker who police say gave the trio tools to escape. a 200-thousand dollars reward is out for their capture. breaking news-- a shooting leaves three people hurt. it happened near civic center
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we don't know the age or gender of the victims, but they all should be ok. no word yet on a gunman. temperatures will be very cool for this time of year with highs about 10-15 below normal and that combined with the wind will keep wind chills with a slow warm up coming by the end of the week. and that does it for action news live at 3:30 but stay with us - judge judy is up next. we'll be back in 60 minutes for action news live at 5. until then.. thanks for watching and have a great evening. back line provided and sponsored by steve beyer productions.
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>> judge judy: she doesn't want to be with you anymore. >> well, that's your opinion, judge. >> announcer: from breakups... >> judge judy: i'm looking at her body english, mr. irby, and i want you to trust me on this one. she doesn't want to be with you anymore. >> announcer: crack-ups... >> the loan was originally going to be in my name. >> judge judy: originally, i was supposed to be 5'8". >> announcer: ...judge judy does it all. >> judge judy: where's the title to the car? >> right here, your honor, with both of our names on it. >> judge judy: that's not the way we're gonna leave. >> 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 angela laramie is suing her ex-boyfriend, steven irby, for the balance on a car loan, pouring sugar in her gas tank, and refusing to hand over the title and registration.
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