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afternoon. we're continuing to follow breaking news from this afternoon near lake mead and rancho. one man is dead after a car crashed into a bus stop. police say the driver was going east when she hit the median and crossed into westbound lanes, and hit the bus stop. a man in a wheelchair was waiting at the bus stop. he was taken the the hospital but did not survive. police are also working to get more information.. about a deadly shooting. the victim's family was on the scene. 13 action news was there..... when they just couldn't hold in their emotions any longer. the shooting happened.... just after noon... near westcliff and rainbow. police say... the suspect is still on the loose. those are just two of the many developments.... our crews have been chasing. right now....
for you... at 6-30. 14:51:27-14:51:43 unwill need any vo cover, it's pretty short and there is movement i'm parker collins in the northeast part of las vegas. you can see how badly this home was burned in an overnight fire... completely destroyed with a family inside. in the fire the family lost a red flag excercises continue in the skies over southern
but... nellis air force base.... might be having some mixed emotions... about it. but... it's not because of any lack of patriotism. it's because of.... the jet noise. action news reporter marissa kynaston spent the day talking with neighbors about the sound of freedom.. versus a good night's sleep. right now... action news is tracking the
action news... chief meteorologist bryan scofield... with what we can expect. bryan? high pressure will slowly take over the weather on the west coast keeping the skies clear and allowing temperatures to warm into next week. tonight lows will bottom out in the upper 30s with a few areas in the valley getting as low as 33, but overall warmer than the last couple days. friday will be a little warmer with highs peaking around 60 with just a few passing high thin clouds overhead. there could be a few moderate
a man is in custody tonight.. but not before a wild police chase involving metro and nhp units along the 215. nhp says it started when a trooper tried to pull him over. officers say he kept going.. even after two of his tires were punctured by spike strips.. and sparks were flying from the rims. it finally ended at warm springs where the man was taken into custody at gunpoint. a breaking news update on the standoff at a federal wildlife refuge in oregon. the four remaining militia members occupying that facility are now facing charges of using intimidation to prevent federal officers from doing their job. this.. after they said they wouldn't leave until they received assurances they wouldn't be
the indictment names 16 defendants including militia leader ammon bundy. newly released video shows.... police in texas... killing an out-of-control... shirtless man. the video shows.... michael dale brown running around..... damaging cars and assaulting people.... including an elderly couple.... who had their heads bashed into the pavement.... outside their home. brown can also be seen attacking someone.... while running through and around.... pursuing officers. police used a taser on him twice... but... it didn't stop him. when he charged and hit an officer... police opened fire... killing him. police believe... the man may have been under the influence of drugs. growing concern tonight over the zika virus.. including what impact it cold have on the summer olympics coming up in rio de janerio. some are now calling for the olympics to be cancelled as brazilian health officials battle the virus.. known to cause birth defects and paralysis in adult. the u-s olympic committee is following new developments and says our atheletes will be made aware of the c-d-c's recommendations on travel to brazil. here in the u-s..
prompting health emergencies in 5 counties. a developing story now.... out of denver!!! according to swedish medical center.. nearly -3- thousand people.... may have been exposed.... to h- iv.... hepatitis -b- or hepatitis -c-. the hosptial says.... a former employee stole a syringe with a powerful pain killer..... before a surgical procedure.... in january... then... replaced it.... with a generic syringe. that employee later tested positive.... for the pain killer and marijuana. health officials didn't say... whether the employee carries h- i-v or hepatitis... but they're urging all patients to be tested. free blood tests are now being offered.... for those possibly impacted. we turn now to the race for president a new poll out today shows donald trump holding a 20-point lead over marco rubio and ted cruz in new hampshire. the republican front runner is back in the granite state with five campaign events scheduled today. trumps rival.. ted cruz said today that former
he'd rather have donald trump as a president not cruz.. sot/cruz: he explained why. carter said because trump is malleable; he doesn't have any core beliefs, so he'll work with us and do what we want, but cruz -- that guy believes this stuff. on the democratic side, hillary clinton and bernie sanders are currently squaring off in a democratic debate tonight.. most recent polls show clinton down by 22 points in new hampshire.. up next in financial focus.. the good news and bad news on the new jobs being created at the new tesla plant in northern nevada. plus... if you love ben and jerry's.... but don't think you can eat it.... because your a vegan... do we have a treat for you!!!! stay with us.
some new weather developments the world a president has to grapple with. sometimes you can't even imagine. that's the job. and she's the one who's proven she can get it done. ...securing a massive reduction in nuclear weapons... ...standing up against the abuse of women... ...protecting social security... ...expanding benefits for the national guard... ...and winning health care for 8 million children... the presidency is the toughest job in the world and she's the one who'll make a real difference for you.
over the weather on the west coast keeping the skies clear and allowing temperatures to warm into next week. tonight lows will bottom out in the upper 30s with a few areas in the valley getting as low as 33, but overall warmer than the last couple days. friday will be a little warmer with highs peaking around 60 with just a few passing high thin clouds overhead. there could be a few moderate gusts out of the north on friday but nothing more than 15-20mph. saturday will be even warmer with clear sunny skies and the winds will start to die down as temperatures warm. highs will be in the low to mid 60s with mid to upper 60s sunday and upper 60s to low 70s coming monday. temperatures stay nice and warm through the middle of next week as high pressure sits directly
some simply wonderful weather to make up for the cold we've seen over the past couple days. later in the week some high clouds may push over the city which could cool temperatures by a few degrees, but long range models don't have any kind of significant weather change in the works for the next 7-10 days. 3 car accident charleston &
charleston & sacramento looks like one car wedged under the other in tonight's financial focus.. the markets managed to get through a session without some wild swings. dow up 80 nasdaq up 5 sp500 up 3 all of the big local gaming stocks were up slightly on the day except caesars.. which gave back about 1%. according to a new report.. tesla's battery plant is not
first projected. it currently employs about 272 people.. which is far below the predition of 700 in a 2014 report to state lawmakers that helped win support for tesla's $1.3 billion tax incentive package. tesla also said a billion dollars would be invested in nevada. so far.. they've only put in about a third of that. the las vegas strip is getting a new shopping center and a convention facility with a rooftop pool wynn las vegas is planning a two-story shopping center addition.. while sls las vegas is planning to open a 3-story building with a pool on top as convention space. wynn las vegas has not announced a timetable or other details of the shopping center project. now... for the latest consumer news... from contact -13-. ben and jerry's... now offers a frozen treat... that's entirely vegan. it's made with almond milk... and... no dairy... eggs... or honey. -4- flavors will get a vegan
chocolate fudge brownie... coffee caramel fudge... and.... p-b and cookies. ben and jerry's is labeling them... as a "non-dairy frozen dessert." and... don't forget... contact 13's call for action is ready to help you.... with a consumer problem. just contact one of our volunteers.... any weekday.... between 11 am and 1 pm . our hotline number is 702-368- 2255. coming up later.. in tonight's abc primetime lineup on channel 13: 8:00 - madoff 10:00 - madoff: after the fall 11:00 - action news then on action news.. live at 11.. 14:50 darcy stand-up tease: i'm here at metro's 911 call center where three million calls a year come in. we're investigating help on hold--a recent occurrence where two local families in one day say their medical emergencies were not answered in a timely fashion. it's a day that one family will never recover from. please join me tonight on action news at 11 for this very
designs.... in magazines... where celebritites pay alot of money to get a certain look. but... we found... you can get a similar home.... by being creative. tania rogers talks to an expert about re-creating this look without breaking the --- angela reynolds is a celebrity interior designer. - "i worked on celine dion's residence in florida and on her house in las vegas. and i worked on kid rock's residence and elam, who was tiger woods' ex-wife." now she's sharing her secrets on how to have a home look like a celebrity's if you're on a tight budget-- avoiding spending hundreds of thousands of dollars. -- "painting a kitchen white it makes the biggest impact, it makes the powerful and can transform a kitchen." but don't just paint. -- "change your handles.
jewelry to your cabinets, so if you change to a large scale, with a little bit of a polished visit flea markets or a garage sale--
and get creative. something she did with these lamps that are in her house. -- "on a budget, great places to look for great deals that look like a designer look is online. there's a lot of great online discounters that do an amazing job." ---- -- angela says something as simple as buying affordable flowers can brighten up a room and bring it to life. ---- flowers in all of your rooms. ---- and don't forget your bathroom. -- "amazing transformations can happen just by editing your bathroom, cleaning out all the accesories on your countertop. making your countertop look beautiful with little jars to put your toiletries and that can make a huge impact." having a celebrity's home, without
for the now, i'm tania rogers. bryan has another look at your forecast in just a bit. you're watching.... channel 13 action news.... where "you ask. we investigate". hello las vegas! this week's list of 13 things to do in las vegas has plenty of music, comedy and art. brody dolyniuk (doll' uh nick) and his band will bring the symphonic rockshow to the smith center on friday. the high-energy show will feature the music of pink floyd, the who, queen and led zeppelin. the show, which is nearly sold out, will also feature a twenty-one piece orchestra and the girls of bella electric sings. if you are a fan of british rock bands, you will want to be at the smith center this weekend. if you are looking for laughs this weekend, we suggest you check out sinbad at the orleans. sinbad got his big break on
eighties and you'll never guess who he beat -- dennis miller! he didn't win the whole thing, but he hasn't stopped performing since then both on stage and on the little and big screens. sinbad performs friday and saturday at the orleans. the popular downtown arts and cultural festival is finally back after taking three months off. first friday will be slightly smaller this month and some things have moved around, but there will still be plenty of great artists to check out, live entertainment, food trucks, and fun for the kids. the theme for the this month's first friday is back to our future. of course, these are only three of the events on our list of 13 things to do this week in las vegas. if you would like to see the whole list, head to k-t-n-v dot com and look for the list on the home page. i'm megan telles. see you next week!
high pressure will slowly take over the weather on the west coast keeping the skies clear and allowing temperatures to warm into next week. tonight lows will bottom out in friday will be a little warmer gusts out of the north on friday but nothing more than temperatures warm. highs will be in the low to mid to make up for the cold we've next 7-10 days. tonight.... for action news.. live at 11. thank you for joining us. "inside edition" is next.
exclusive. paula jones. >> i have the proof. >> her accusations rocked bill clinton's presidency. >> what happened to me
was wrong. >> what she's saying about the clintons today. >> how can you get out there and show face and talk to people like nothing has happened? it just makes me sick. >> the deborah norville interview. then -- >> i love you. >> holding back the tears. >> so much. >> grief stricken celine dion's