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potion of the forecast. morning lows will drop below freezing both days and have, or will have, hard freeze warnings springs will have a hard freezing warning and it will skies are on the way and light with the upper 50s. the weekend into next monday is holding with mainly sunny skies, light winds, and highs in the upper 50s and low 60s. an action news update from a story that broke overnight... a man who got shot walks to a 7-11 for help... but police can't find any crime scene! action news reporter parker collins joins us now with a breaking news update. parker... you spoke with the clerk who called 9-1-1? that's right. he told me he saw the man's bullet wound. when we first got to the apartments near maryland parkway and desert inn... police told me to get back. there could be a shooter on the loose. but they never did find a crime scene. the man came to the 7-11 begging for help. he waited there for police to show up. zen morrison russell miranda
he was saying 'please help, please help me. i got shot.'" detectives told me the man was getting surgery. they think he'll be okay... and they're hoping to get some answers from him soon. back to you. this just in... by the end of the day... comedian bill cosby could learn if he'll avoid criminal charges. he was back in court this his attorneys are fighting to have the case thrown out.. arguing cosby had a deal that he would never be charged.. last december.. just days before the statute of limitations was set to expire.. the embattled comedian was charged with drugging and sexually assaulting a former temple university employee. of the dozens of women accusing cosby of sexual assault... this is the only criminal case filed against him.. cosby has denied all the allegations. the woman at the center of what's described as an excessive hoarding case has another legal proceeding soon. north las vegas court records show nathalie beck's next pretrial motion is set for next
this after authorities removed more than 100 cats from beck's home last year. we incorrectly reported last thursday that beck had been found guilty on animal cruetly charges, but she was in fact found guilty of having excessive animals. we apologize for the error. all through the night people took to social media complaining about what sounded like bombs going off by their homes.. this was happening out by nellis air force base. people reacting all over facebook-- from north las vegas-- to southwest-- saying they've heard jets before-- but never this loud. flying operations from red flag at nellis air force base-- are going on. what you're hearing-- are fighter jets-- bombers-- and support aircraft. essentially it's mock combat-- team. it's all an exercise. this will be going on for a few more days-- through the 12th. also overnight...police arrest a man after a chase ends near m-l- k and 95. this happened at 1:30 this morning when n-h-p saw a man swerving on the 15 near tropicana.
metro helped out to surround the driver and arrest him n-h-p troopers are trying to figure out what caused a driver to lose control and crash head on into another car. take a look at the aftermath of the crash on the 215 near aliante last night. you can see both of the cars died. n-h-p says this portion of the highway is under construction. the speed limit is only 45.. it's too soon to know if that was a factor. a third car was also involved. but the man and woman in that car are expected to be okay. valley-vm right now... a murder suspect is on the run. he's wanted for shooting and killing a man in henderson. this all happened yesterday near green valley parkway and warm springs. police say they responded to 'shots fired' and found someone dead. the 26-year old victim died at the scene. police tell action news they are following up on all leads to find a possible suspect. anyone with information is asked to call henderson police. time now for a new chapter in
the presidential candidates are already making their way to new hampshire... with results from iowa under their belts. new this midday.... iowa resulted in a win for hillary clinton. the clinton campaign had been claiming one anyway... although she and sanders were close. i will not -- i will not let their decisiveness, their efforts to rip away the progress that we've made be successful. so as i stand here tonight, breathing a big sigh of relief, thank you, iowa on the republican side the winner was clear...ted cruz coming out on top. that putt donald trump in second place but marco rubio hot on his heels! iowa had made clear to america and the world, morning has come. i absolutely love the people of iowa.// i think i might come here and buy a farm, i love it./ so now candidates have new
to...and many are on their way there right now! and the country responded to the caucus... check out the front of the new york daily news... you can see trump on the cover with a full face of clown make-up on with the words..."dead clown walking." no response yet from trump on this latest cover... iowa did lead to some changes... this midday there are fewer presidential candidates.. democratic presidential candidate martin o'malley is calling it quits. o'malley did not register support in iowa caucus results. he never cracked double-digits in national polls. count republican mike huckabee out, too. the former arkansas governor told supporters in iowa last night that he would be suspending his campaign. he's saying it's because voters are "sick of him" ahead today.... the county is reviewing a ban on the sale of cats...dogs and pigs that come from breeders. instead, they want retail stores to feature rescue
for. we really do hope that is sends a message that the public is now wanting to see more rescue happening, that the welfare of animals is more important than, stores. pet store owners are worried they'll lose business over it. the city recently approved the ban but now it's up to the county to expand it to more stores. today is your opportunity to give input on what you think parkway. the county...city...u-n- l-v and the national endowment for the arts are all involved in upgrading the stretch of road. they want to add public art from russell road and the airport all the way to cashman tonight they're holding a meeting to hear what you think. that starts at 6 p-m at winchester cultural center. things haven't calmed down completely from the standoff in oregon... and nevada's own cliven bundy is still in the game... giving his opinion- we'll have the latest.
ammon bundy's supporters and the federal government. the issue is clearly dividing the community. "uphold the law!! uphold the law!" (butted with) "this is ridiculous. they're scaring our children." those supporting the bundy's movement submitted a petition calling for the sheriff to resign. they say he has 72 hours to respond. protesters-vm cliven bundy... is going against his son ammon-- and telling
supporters to stand their ground. the head of the bundy clan sent a letter to the sheriff announcing their group would not be leaving the wildlife refuge. cliven says despite his son calling for the protesters to
that's really how he feels. both his sons ammon and ryan are behind bars. the judge said they'd only get released when the
protesters are gone. thousands of travelers are stranded this midday in denver. this is what people there woke up to this morning. more than 5-hundred flights were canceled yesterday...and 1- hundred more have already been canceled today! it's leaving people to sleep and wait in the denver international airport. the city expects a lot more snow today. crews are already de-icing planes and getting snow removal machines ready to go this morning. in other weather-related stories... a terrifying day on the job for a news crew in san diego. the reporter and her photographer for the abc station there, were getting ready for their live shot.. when they were both knocked down by a falling tree. they were able to call 9-1-1. here you see firefighters working to save them. the cameraman fractured his leg and had to have surgery. the reporter also suffered serious injuries. both have a long recovery ahead of them. happy groundhog day...
want warmer weather... the country's most famous groundhog didn't see his shadow... which means an early spring! pennsylvania's most famous groundhog, punxsutawney phil, came out of his burrow today... a german legend has it that if a furry rodent sees his shadow on feb. 2nd, winter will last another six weeks. if not, spring comes early. and now all eyes are on "mojave max." the desert tortoise is our version of "punxataaey phil".. and when he comes out of his burrow at the red rock conservation area, it marks the unofficial start of spring!
low pressure that brought the rain, snow and wind is moving on to the east. breezy conditions will be common for our morning across the valley but should become 5-10 mph by this afternoon. high temperatures are still within the upper 40s today due to the low grabbing cold air from the north and forcing into the southwest so please be sure to wear warmer clothing. this morning and tomorrow morning will be the coldest
morning lows will drop below freezing both days and have, or will have, hard freeze warnings from 10pm to 10am for indian springs and pahrump. this means this morning until 10am, pahrump and indian springs will have a hard freezing warning and it will pick back up again tonight at 10pm and last until 10am wednesday morning. luckily for all of us, sunnier skies are on the way and light winds. this means a decent warming trend back to normal values and we should get there by friday with the upper 50s.
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.
experiment on human embryos. this marks the first time a country's national regulator has approved the research. the researchers won't be they'll be working to better understand human development. they hope to improve fertility treatments and prevent miscarriages. none of the embryos will be traferred into women..they will be destroyed after 7 days. the legal blood alcohol level might be going down in an attempt to reduce alcohol-related accidents. that's what the national transportation safety board is pushing for. in the last 15-years, one-third of all highway deaths involved alcohol. they're asking states to lower their legal limit from point-zero- eight to point-zero-five. for a man who is 1-hundred and 80 pounds... he would be above the limit after two and a half drinks...instead of four. for a woman at the same weight it would take two drinks.
franciso could soon have condoms available to them as young as the sixth grade! the school board says the program works at the high school level so they think it would also work for middle schoolers. it's our call. i think it comes down to the parents. yeah, it's the parents that should be on top of
this." the san francisco school district says a recent survey revealed 5-percent of middle school students say they have had sex. is there a quick fix to look slimmer, taller and more confident... all while improving your health? turns out-- there is, and you don't have to be a movie star to get it. just like mom always said- have good posture. doctors say the biggest mistakes made while sitting are jutting the head forward, slumping the shoulders, crossing the legs, and leaning to one side, especially when driving. to check your standing posture, try the wall test. stand about two inches away from a wall.
shoulders, head, and buttocks should all touch the wall with enough space to slide one hand behind your lower back. there's a lot more ahead on action news at midday... including a strange d-u-i case... this time the call for help comes from inside the car! and wait until you hear who makes it! and police get a surprising note in the mail... but it wasn't a threat. this one led to a special visit. a heartwarming story you won't want to miss. you're watching channel 13 action news, where you ask, and we investigate.
((officer lisa holland / roswell police ) "we have to commend the daughter for calling and reporting this. she was concerned with her unfortunate it takes a 16-year-old with more maturity, but the fact of the matter is the 16-year-old did the right thing." ( man on camera ) "i good for the daughter, but it's sad that the daughter felt in danger from her mom's driving.)) the driver didn't return calls for a comment. police in a small pennsylvania town got a special surprise in the mail - it was a handwritten 'thank you' letter from one of the town's young residents. and in turn, she got to meet one of her heroes. reporter peggy lee has the story. 'i'm chief laidacker, how are you?' 'good' 'good, do you want to sit down?' what started out as a school project the chief. 'it's such a great thing you did, we appreciate it' 'thank
trouble...no...far from it. she's here after sending this letter to the catawissa police department....where she thanks them for keeping our country safe from bad people. chief josh laidacker says he was floored after reading what sabrina wrote. (chief josh laidacker, catawissa police) 'very humbling to read this, especially from a child, it means so much to us to see something like this, i think this letter is not just for our police department but it's for every police department out there' sabrina says her librarian told her class to pick a hero and write a letter to them. so sabrina picked her local police officers. in her letter she writes that people normally don't thank police officers but it seems like the right thing to do. (sabrina campbell, wrote a letter to police) 'normally they don't get a thank you note every day from people from people they do stuff for' (chief josh laidacker, catawissa police)'the innocence of it and the genuine sincerity of it is something that, it's why we do this. something like this, a letter like this can keep you going for years' and since one kind gesture deserves another, the chief made sure sabrina didn't
(chief josh laidacker, catawissa police)'this are from us, this is a patch that we wear on our arm, one is our american flag and one is our department patch and you can keep those, okay?' (sabrina campbell, wrote a letter to police) 'thank you' the chief says he plans to frame the letter and display it at the police station. ahead on action news at midday... more on a bizarre shooting in the valley that happened overnight... plus... startling new details about an accused american terrorist. his father turned him in... but there's more to this story! and a story that's almost like a real life goldilocks... except this guy ends up in trouble with the police. we'll explain what he did. have you downloaded the all new channel 13 action news app yet? it's simple to use and features live streaming, video on demand with photos, plus fast radar. get the all new action news app
more terrifying details about an isis terror suspect. his own dad turned him in! and a scary ordeal for some valley homeowners... criminals trying to pose as cops... hello. i'm todd quinones. and i'm dayna roselli. welcome to second half of action news at midday. ad lib toss greg low pressure that brought the rain, snow and wind is moving the day. breezy conditions will be common for our morning across the valley but should become 5-10 mph by this afternoon. high temperatures are still within the upper 40s today due to the low grabbing cold air from the north and forcing into the southwest so please be sure to wear warmer clothing. freezing both days and have, or will have, hard freeze warnings from 10pm to 10am for indian springs and pahrump. pick back up again tonight at 10pm and last until 10am wednesday morning. luckily for all of us, sunnier
with the upper 50s. the weekend into next monday is holding with mainly sunny skies, light winds, and highs but police can't find any crime scene! action news reporter parker collins joins us now with a breaking news update. parker... you spoke with the clerk who called 9-1-1? that's right. he told me he saw the man's bullet wound... right in the stomach. when we first got to the apartments near maryland parkway and desert inn... police told me to get back. there could be a shooter on the loose. but they never did find a crime scene. the man came to the 7-11 begging for help. he waited there for police to show up. detectives told me the man was getting surgery. they think he'll be okay... i've been listening to what police were saying over the scanners when this call first came in.... i'm definitely going to put it in my story... on a later edition of action news. back to you. year with plotting attacks in support of isis. the fbi just uncovering new evidence -- allegedly linking
abc's pierre thomas has the story sympathizer who's own father turned him in. mr. sullivan: i don't know if it's isis or what, 911 dispatcher: this is your son? mr. sullivan: yes the fbi swooping down on justin sullivan last year, accusing the teenager of trying to have his parents planning murder---he already committed one--allegedly killing an elderly neighbor. grfx in this newly released indictment, the fbi says sullivan fatally shot john clark, 74, and stole $689 to finance his alleged killing spree. the fbi began tracking sullivan, who has pled not guilty, after his father frantically dialed 911 last april--concerned his son was becoming a terrorist. 911 audio mr. sullivan: i come home and he's destroying and burning stuff in the house sullivan, then 18, can be heard in the background. 911 audio justin sullivan "why are you trying to --you're going to throw me in jail my whole life and kill me. why are you trying to say i'm a
undercover agent, posing as an first using an assault rifle at a bar or concert - then graduating to a truck bomb. when his parents became suspicious after discovering a silencer --- sullivan allegedly tried to pay the undercover agent to kill them. his father, devastated, came to court soon after the charges. nats did you know any of this was going on? father: no now evidence that his troubled son stole his rifle, killed his neighbor and buried the victim in his backyard. for good morning america pierre thomas, abc news washington. in texas, students at plano east high school are dealing with the shock of two suicides over the weekend. police are investigating whether the deaths of the two girls were part of a suicide pact. they were by all accounts just normal teens neither troubled. nor trouble makers. so the haunting mystery now is why would two 17-year-old plano east students take their own lives? their bodies were found just hours apart. ((praharsha sunkara/ student) i don't know what the school can
prevent stuff like this really. but i reallyexperts say 16-percent of texas high schoolers have considered suicide so it's important to talk to them about what they're feeling: some brazen thieves break into a valley home posing as police. "metro police!.......metro police! they say they're from metro police... the criminals kick down the door... and go inside the house near torrey pines and alta... three different alarms start going off, but that didn't stop them! the pair got away with computers, jewelry, cash .. the family was gone during the break-in... if they were there, they don't know what they would've done! this is the third time they're house has been broken into. this time they're hoping their security cameras will help metro catch the bad guys. police responding to to a burglar alarm in pennsylvania make an unusual discovery. the break-in occurred at
pittsburgh. the company had held a pizza party.... and the intruder reportedly found the leftovers... then a nap. ((phil laboon/eyeflow internet marketing) "so the fridge was filled with left over pizza. and he came in and just dumped he was sleeping like a baby on a pile of pillows.")) 26-year-old cory mcginnis, as former professional baseball player, is charged with burglary. in today's contact 13 consumer alert... apple is the most valuable company on the stock market... ...but for a brief time yesterday, google's parent companyhe ld that title. alphabet -- the newly-created
madesome big ganisas , ovith, and th owa deractc iparty s whlei ted cruz winste trump in second lpace, with marco rubio hot on his hels. abc's lana zak is in iowa with the latest. the iowa democraicarty is now calling thin rfo hillary clinn by arazor thin margin. initially too close to call sanders looks like we are in a virtual tie. in some precincts a coin toss broke the delegate tie- nats con toss the clinton campaign saying this morning, but clinton didn't officially declare victory in her speech. instead she took on the
will not -- i will not let their decisiveness, their efforts to rip away the progress that we'vemade be successful. so as i stand here tonight, breathing a big sigh of relef, thank you, iowa// by contrast, it was a decisive win for ted cruz- ted cruz iowa had made clear to
america and the world, morning hascome. // and trump was gracious in his second-place finish- trump i absolutely love the people of iowa.// i think i might come here and buy a farm, i love it.// and just one-point behind trump?marco rubio riding a wave of support for months they told us because we offer too much optimism in a time of anger, we had no chance. low pressure that brought the rain, snow and wind is moving
east. more sunny will be out this morning and afternoon and winds will be weakening throughout the day. breezy conditions will be common for our morning across the valley but should become 5-10 mph by this afternoon. high temperatures are still within the upper 40s today due to the low grabbing cold air from the north and forcing into the southwest so please be sure to wear warmer clothing. this morning and tomorrow morning will be the coldest potion of the forecast. morning lows will drop below freezing both days and have, or will have, hard freeze warnings from 10pm to
this means this morning until 10am, pahrump and indian springs will have a hard freezing warning and it will pick back up again tonight at 10pm and last until 10am wednesday morning. luckily for all of us, sunnier skies are on the way and light winds. this means a decent warming trend back to normal values and we should get there by friday with the upper 50s. the weekend into next monday is
with mainly sunny skies, light winds, and highs in the upper 50s and low 60s. let's take a look at today's top stories now trending... some lucky valley residents will get a sweet delivery today... but first- an unusual emergency drill. the staff at a japanese zoo staged an emergency drill simulating the recapture of an escaped zebra. a zookeeper in a zebra costume played the part. 150 staff members, police and the fire department participated in the bi-annual simulation at the zoo in tokyo. fans are poring into san francisco for super bowl 50
the carolina panthers and denver broncos face off on sunday. fans in san fran are gathering at "super bowl city". and today... some of our schools and fire stations will be getting a very treats to our first responders and kids. 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. alyson mccarthy ronald mcdonald house ronald will be there toohe can be mic'd if you wantor just a prop. here's the event full screen info ronald mcdonald house charities food drive saturday, february 6th
participating smith's locations this is the 15th year smith's has teamed up with the las vegas ronald this is the 15th year smith's has teamed up with the las vegas ronald mcdonald house to help provide food for families facing a difficult time. tell us more about this weekend's food drive/250 volunteers will be helping out (photos of last year's event provided) how does this food collection get to the families that the ronald mcdonald house serves? last year they collection 18,000 lbs of food/this drive provides food for the entire year tell us a little bit about how the ronald mcdonald
following- chopper 13 first over the scene of a shooting this morning. police confirming that a man was shot just hours ago near desert inn and maryland parkway. the man was shot once in the stomach and is in surgery right now. he is expected to live. comedian bill cosby could find out today if his criminal case on sexual assault charges will move forward. his lawyers want the case thrown out. of the various women accusing him of this crime... only one has resulted in a criminal case. people in north las vegas can expect to hear the thunder of military fighter jets and bombers-- its all part of
exercises--as aircrafts head from nellis air force base to the nevada test and training range. it's leaving people there wondering what's going on... they're reacting on facebook...saying they've never heard jets this loud! they say it even shook their homes. its all exercises-- meant to feel very realistic-- to train for combat. this will be going on for a few more days-- through the 12th. and today is groundhog day... and good news if you like warmer weather. the nation's most famous groundhog- phil-- didn't see his shadow... which means spring is just around the corner. low pressure that brought the rain, snow and wind is moving on to the east. more sunny will be out this morning and afternoon and winds will be weakening throughout the day. breezy conditions will be common for our morning across the valley but should become from the north and forcing into the southwest so please be sure to wear warmer clothing. this morning and tomorrow will have, hard freeze warnings from 10pm to 10am for indian springs and pahrump. pick back up again tonight at winds. the weekend into next monday is
skies, light winds, and highs in the upper 50s and low 60s. now to the superbowl -- less than a week away! a-b-c sent one of its toughest correspondents behind the scenes at "opening night"... and she asked all the tough questions -- even going one-on-one with peyton manning. music/montage - [including fast countdown numbers] it's opening night for super bowl 50 - the kickoff to a week of and to help us cover this huge event, we have [keyable gfx] a very special correspondent on hand? quick music/montage - [quick shots of marla mosely on various green screen billboards in anims billboards bin, saying "hi!" "hi!" "hi!" etc. then stop on the billboard in gfx bin called kid "hi! i'm marlo mosley and this is awesome!" 11-year-old marlo mosly (pr: mose-lee) was chosen by the nfl from among thousands of young football fans to have a whirlwind week leading up to the big game. [from gma piece aired 1/8/16 in players." it's the assignment of a lifetime for this superfan. marlo rubbing elbows with some of football's biggest stars -
shots of marla with various really know what that means. // what do you think it meant? i'm gonna go participate in rodeos. quick movie nat from "the blind side": "are you gonna to protect the family, michael? / yes ma'am" 01;11;37;55 intv - michael oher (panthers 73) --- marlo: do you like being a getting some brilliant tips to raise her own game... 01;07;02;53 intv - cam newton -- marlo: how do you train to be a great quarterback? / cam: just like you train to be great at anything else. you have to put your mind to it. 00;49;35;01 intv - emmanuel sanders --- emmanuel sanders: catch as many footballs as you like you in the nfl so i was give me. cannot grow up to be a head coach in the nfl. but it wasn't all business for this young correspondent. [best exchanges interacting with fans, cheerleaders, other colorful characters; doing the dab] 00;47;38;29 fan wearing/showing off ugly christmas/broncos sweater: what do you think? / marlo: great. / cam: no you don't / marlo: yeah i do / cam: what? nats - marlo dancing - cam newton's
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 a aad. 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.