tv Action News 330pm ABC February 18, 2016 3:30pm-4:00pm PST
send us pictures and videos! you can email them to i-contribute at ktnv.com, or tag us on social media with the hashtag i-c-13. two shootings that happened around the same time are under investigation right now. the latest one was last night near revere and carey. a woman in her 30's was found with a gunshot wound. she was rushed to u-m-c in
no word yet on a suspect description.. or a possible motive. the other shooting happened at an apartment complex near maryland parkway and hacienda. that victim was rushed to sunrise hospital.. but no information on how they're doing. metro says the gunman is still on the loose. a domestic battery suspect is in custody, after an hours long manhunt. on the area of buffalo and vegas. witnesses were flooding 13 action news last night with calls, wondering what was going on. they say police were searching their backyards, and even had a chopper overhead. police have not revealed the suspect's identity, or what charges he's facing. its been 5 years since a 15 year old girl was kidnapped and brutally murdered... in a shocking turn of events, the man charged with killing her-- pleads guilty. javier righetti's attorney says he decided to spare everyone a long trial. prosecutors say back in september 20-11, righetti abducted alyssa otremba, while she was walking home from arbor view high school. then he sexually assaulted and
next month, a jury will decide whether righetti should be executed. first on 13 action news.. new surveillance video of what happened after bags of dead animals were found on the side of a valley street.. and police hope it will lead them to the person responsible. the video from early tuesday morning shows a car driving near lake mead and lamb. then it looks like bags fall out of the car. several hours later.. patrol officers arrive and drag the bags to the side. 6 hours after that.. died.. which might provide additional clues. :14-:19 "you better apologize. you're dogs killed my dog. ate it right here. you better apologize! you better get on your knees... pray!" we all remember this intense confrontation between two dog owners after one woman's chihuahua was killed by two pit bulls last month. now.. the chihuahua's owner says she's finally getting justice. a hearing about the pit bulls
control but their owner didn't show up. now.. the dogs are officially considered dangerous.. so the owner will have to follow some rules soon.. or the pits will be put down. that woman says she will do whatever it takes to keep her dogs. a big annoucement from the white house-- president obama is going to cuba next month! president obama tweeted in part, he's traveling there to continue moving forward ties between u-s and cuba. this trip is the main event among several huge us-cuba events in the works. it's the first time in more than 80-years a sitting president will visit the country while in office. ((sot)) ben rhodes, assistant to the president "given the choice between going in december when frankly it would just kind of be a vacation down to cuba, or going now and trying to get some business done, we believe that the time is right to go." but this announcement is not sitting well with republican presidential contenders, senators ted cruz and marco rubio...who both have cuban roots. obama will be there march 21st and 22nd.
president obama has signed into effect new sanctions against north korea... for refusing to stop its nuclear weapons program. the sanctions will deny north korea the money it needs to make mini nuclear warheads and long-range missiles. breaking news -- the university of massachusetts, amherst is on lockdown. this after reports of at least one suspicious person with a gun in a residence hall! students are asked to take shelter. there's also been reports of a second gunman. we don't know if anyone has been hurt, or anyone has been arrested. a legal battle over your privacy.. and national security is heating up. now.. relatives of the victims in the san bernardino terror attack are urging apple to comply with an fbi demand to unlock an iphone.. while other tech giants take sides. plus, we finally now know who had that second winning powerball ticket. the florida couple speaks out for the first time, and answer the question we've all been dying to know-- why they took so long to come forward.
afternoon today with the highest gusts expected along the eastern side of the valley. nearly a month after that historic 1-point-5 billion dollar jackpot, we finally now who bought the second of the three winning tickets. they're one of the wall street banks that triggered the financial meltdown -- goldman sachs. just settled with authorities for their part in the crisis that put seven million out of work and millions out of their homes. how does wall street get away with it? millions
in campaign contributions and speaking fees. our economy works for wall street because it's rigged by wall street.
they are a married couple from florida! it's one of several trending headlines we are following today. what makes their story even more interesting is their perserverence. they say they played the same lottery numbers for 30-years before they hit it big last month.. then they worried for months about the fame of their massive wealth. 14;07;43;46 sot: she says, "lost a lot of sleep." dave: lost a lot of sleep, i lost over ten pounds.
let me tell you. moreen: the worry of what's gonna happen cause we know that we're no longer in a quiet place which i'm gonna miss.// 14;09;12;58 moreen: i'm afrarid it's gonna make me less friendly cause i'll be worried //. dave: that's been a push to get the security up in the home and so forth and uh--you worry... the robinsons.. from tennessee.. were the first family to step foward. we're still waiting for the california winner to claim their share of the jackpot. they have until july. enjoy a glass of vino after work because today is national drink wine day! and don't feel too bad enjoying that glass, because wine in moderation can lower risks for liver disease, type two diabetes, heart attack, stroke and some cancers. wine can also reduce "bad" cholesterol and increase "good"
we have a list on our website of 13 places to enjoy a glass here in the valley! for more stories trending right now.. go to ktnv.com. and to sound offnews.. or anything else.. join us on twitter. our handle is @ktnv.. use #nowtrending. anchors adlib and toss to bryan wind advisories and warnings will continue into the afternoon today with the highest gusts expected along the eastern side of the valley. gusts s ave been peaking around 50mph throughout the morning with gusts near 60mph up on mt. charleston. winds will gradually subside through the day but will remain gusty overnight with gusts to about 30 into the early morning hours tomorrow before completely dying off late on friday. sunshine sticks around through the weekend with just some decorative high level clouds overhead to make the skies beautiful. temperatures will stay in the low 70s for friday and saturday
from the west will kick temperatures back into the mid 70s for sunday through the middle of next week. the biggest speed bump in the weather will be some gusty-ish winds on sunday and monday from the north, but those will mostly be relegated to the colorado river valley and lake mead where wind advisories are possible. winds for las vegas will be noticeable but shouldn't gust much higher than 25mph or so. calmer winds stick around for the rest of the week and temperatures rise back to the 75-76 range or 8-12 above normal. new developments on a dispute between the fbi and apple over
federal authorities are demanding apple help them crack the i-phone belonging to one of the san bernardino terror suspects. investigators say it could hold important clues about accomplices in the deadly attack. now.. some of those who lost loved ones in the massacre say apple should cooperate. sot - robert velasco, father of yvette velasco (san bernardino victim): "apple complying with this order we may get some justice.. it's not going to bring my daughter back other victims back?" apple.. however.. says it doesn't have software to do that.. and believes creating it would open the door to government
the future. microsoft and google are also supporting apple's position. abc news has learned the f-b-i hasn't ruled out the possibility of a 3rd terrorist being involved in the san bernardino attack. another cybersecurity nightmare under federal investigation! a hospital's computer network was held hostage by hackers. and they had to pay a ransom to get control back! this happened at a los angeles-area hospital. the virus, known as ransomware, locks access and shuts down internal communication. the hospital stayed open the entire time, but left this voicemail to assure the patients. "we want to assure you patient care has not been compromised as we continue to address this incident." hospital officials say they paid 17-thousands to a hacker. as for that hacker, the f-b-i and los angeles police are still trying to track down whoever that was. the power of social media has solved another crime.. this one in the southwest part of the valley. last week.. some missionairies were going
someone stole their bikes from a front yard. the two young men searched for hours until a woman finally put a post on facebook. within hours.. someone spotted the bikes where the two teenagers who took them.. gave them back. v help is on the way for one part of the valley dealing with a recent spike in crime. a new command center will be established in the mountain's edge area.. which gets more calls than any say they've been living in fear. the new command center is expected to open sometime later this year. a woman known as a "serial stowaway" has been arrested again! this time, in chicago! police say 64-year-old marilyn hartman violated her probation yesterday, when she showed up at chicago's o'hare international airport. her probation bars her from even being on airport property. she does wear an electronic monitoring device. hartman has been charged with trespassing and petition to violate probation. bill cosby is fighting back!
the women accusing him of rape. his lawyers have filed a lawsuit against andrea constand for violating a 2006 settlement. cosby claims he had worked out an agreement with the montgomery county district attorney as they investigated a rape allegation. he's demanding more than 75- thousand dollars he paid in the settlement back from her. so far, lawyers from neither side would comment on the lawsuit. getting a good night's sleep.. or not.. can have various effects on your health. up next in today's health report.. find out if you're in a group of people most likely to be the most and least well- rested. and remember, you can watch action news anytime.. anywhere. we're streaming our newscasts at ktnv.com so you can stay informed on any computer .. smartphone.. or tablet. we'll be right back.
seven hours of sleep a night i've watched as the house across the street has sat empty for over
six years. i've watched good friends have their homes foreclosed on. people are still really suffering, and they're looking for somebody that is going to create bold change. wall street gave bad advice and bad loans over and over again, and nothing happened. people are so excited about bernie sanders because they know that he's not beholden to wall street. we need someone like bernie sanders that's going to fight for the middle class. we have to fix things now. sanders: i'm bernie sanders,
but if you don't get that much timothy johnson has more. < a good night's sleep? so important for your health, yet so hard for some of us to achieve. now, a new c-d-c report shows that one in three americans falls short of the recommended than just being tired the next day. over the long term, it can put you at risk for serious health problems, like obesity, heart disease, and high blood pressure. the researchers also providing state-by- state statistics on healthy sleep. so what is the most well-rested state? south dakota snoozed into first with the most inhabitants reporting getting enough sleep. hawaiians, meanwhile, had the fewest respondents who said they got that seven hours. the study also found that there are certain things that appear linked to better chances of getting healthy sleep? being married, having a college degree, and having a job, for example. so what can you do it you are
skimping on sleep? make sleep a priority. practice good sleep hygiene, and limit screen time before bed. simple steps? that might have you resting easy in the long run. with this medical minute, i'm dr. timothy johnson > an action news update now... on that methane gas leak in southern california. after nearly four months, it's been sealed! and officials say the air quality in that area is back to normal. the leak forced thousands of people to flee their homes, and sickened many. it also forced two schools to relocate all their students. and some good news for the people living in flint, michigan-- the e-p-a says the latest water samples show lead-removal filters are working! but, the agency wants people to continue using them. for pregnant and breast-feeding women and kids six and under, bottled water is the safest option. and everyone else should use filtered water for drinking, cooking and for their pets.
is struggling to provide adequate care to thousands of active-duty troops who suffer from ptsd and depression. the rand corporation reviewed 40-thousand cases. it found many servicemen and women don't get the minimum number of therapy sessions.. which are 4 within 8 weeks.. or at least 2-sessions for new medication. officials blame it on a lack of mental health professionals.. and say the military will turn to civilian therapists. 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 -- grey's anatomy 9 -- scandal 10 -- how to get away with murder 11 -- action news we'll be right back. the biggest speed bump in the weather will be some gusty-ish
for her "experience, leadership, tenacity," the las vegas sun endorses hillary clinton. just like planned parenthood action fund endorses clinton for her fortitude keeping government out of women's personal healthcare decisions. and the league of conservation voters
action fund... for her bold plan to attac climate change. or the human rights campaign... because hillary believes only love should decide which two people can marry. not just a progressive. a progressive who gets results. i'm hillary clinton,
>> judge judy: you and the defendant were in a relationship for a brief period of time? >> yes, ma'am. >> announcer: did a few drinks for old times... >> i arrive at the bar -- she invited me -- i looked into her car, and she was in the backat with a co-worker, and they were kissing. >> announcer: ...turn into a crime? >> i see the defendant going with her key down the side of my car. >> this is not true, your honor.
nnouncer: "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 kimberly albrecq is suing her ex-girlfriend, kelly pszyk, for vandalizing her car in a fit of jealous rage. >> byrd: order! all rise! your honor, this is case number 392 on the calendar in the matter of albrecq vs. pszyk. >> judge judy: thank you. >> byrd: you're welcome, judge. parties have been sworn in. you may be seated. folks, have a seat. >> judge judy: miss albrecq, it is your claim that the defendant vandalized your car. >> yes, ma'am. >> judge judy: i gather from your complaint that you and the defendant met at work? >> yes, ma'am. in the summer of 2011. >> judge judy: and then were in a relationship for a brief period of time. from when to when? >> probably from november till about february of 2012. >> judge judy: when did this incident take place -- the
>> on november 10, 2012. >> judge judy: go ahead. tell me what happened. >> basically, on november 10th, i went out to cal city with a friend of mine. some other friends were camping. we went out there. it was really cold. we left early, came back to lancaster, and decided to stop there. and i had sent a message to the defendant and also to another friend of mine that lived in lancaster and asked them if they wanted to join us for a drink. >> judge judy: what time was that? 7:25, maybe. >> judge judy: okay. go ahead. >> she replied, "yes, i'll meet you there. just let me know when you're there." and then, also, my other friend, jack, who's with me today, he said, "yes, please come get me." >> judge judy: so, you texted? is that what you did? >> i texted jack and i had sent the defendant a facebook message. >> judge judy: this used to be so much easier. all you had to do was make a phone call. [ laughter ] pick up the phone, made a phone call, you actually spoke to somebody, they said, "you want to come meet me for a drink?" they said, "yes." there was no drama. [ laughter ] it was so much easier. anyway, jack said yes, he would