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tonight as high pressure makes its way onto shore from the southern california coast. upper 70s. what changes is the winds speeds. throughout the day, winds will gradually pick up speed starting between 5 and 15 mph this morning and working up to with a low that forms just southeast of phoenix which allows the low to grow. this will allow a major drop in temperatures and gusty conditions for tuesday. highs are expected in the mid and upper 60s with sustained winds between 15 and 25 mph. gusts look to range between 30 between 40 and 50 mph. by wednesday, winds lighten up and sunny skies continue through the weekend. high temperatures slowly make their way back to the upper 70s by thursday/friday afternoon. breaking overnight...police are
hit and run crash with a man on a bicycle. the rider is recovering in the hospital this morning. this all happened near rainbow and warm springs just beofre 1:30 this morning. that's an area area with a lot of construction. the bicyclist was going south on raibow when he was hit by car... they are recovering on the hospital, but expected to be okay. karen turnbo (mother) 17: 01:29-17:07:10 i think i'm going to lose my son. i don't know.. he's my baby. a family turns to action news as their loved one fights for his life. this morning, they have a message for the person who put him in a coma. karen turnbo says she was at work friday morning, when she heard about the possible hit and run near tropicana and jones. she tells us she was instantly concerned, because her son
work that morning. she says he had just started the new job, and was saving to go back to school. now she just wants the person responsible to do the right thing. if anyone's seen this, please come forward or the man himself, come forward and let us know that you didn't mean to. the family has a go fund me to help with medical bills. if you'd like to help.. we put the link on our website, ktnv.com another hit and run accident early yesterday morning, but thanks to a bystander... police are able to catch the driver responsible. metro says around 2 a-m a person was jaywalking near charleston and maryland parkway when they were hit by a car. a witness followed the driver. police were able to eventually track them down. that person was arrested for felony hit and run....and suspiscion of d-u-i. a bicyclist is killed in an early morning crash. n-h-p tells us a man was driving an off road vehicle on saint rose parkway near the
the bike. the driver then overrcorrected and rolled the vehicle. the bike rider died at the scene. the driver was taken to umc, but is expected to recover. he's now being investigated for driving under the influence. we are just hours away from the republican caucus... so today, lots of the presidential candidates will be all over the valley hoping to get as much support as they can. 13 action news reporter parker collins is live at the south point, tracking all of today's big events. this is where trump is having a rally today. it's also where people who don't like trump are having an anti- rally. trump is making a lot of noise here.... the event starts at seven...trump has already won south carolina and new hampshire. but several groups... including veterans will be protesting trump. but trump isn't phased sot trump-sc // 20:55:43 // wash 7 donald trump sc primary remarks pool 022016 c16 a number of the pundits said, well, if a couple of the other candidates dropped out -- if you add their scores together,
what? these geniuses. also.you don't just add them together. carson... rubio... and cruz are all in nevada today. remember the democrtic caucus was this weekend. i was out in the field covering it... things got pretty wild. long lines at precincts... reporting live parker collins 13 action news. some of the candidates started their campaigning in the valley a day early. and during their events they revealed some surprising celebrity endorsements. last night marco rubio held a rally at texas station in north las vegas where he got not one, but 3 big endorsements... one of them was new kids on the block member donnie wahlburg. donnie wahlberg singer/actor po-14mo "i'ver heard someone say he's not quite experienced enough. judging by the debates, the poise he's shown, the character he's shown. everything about him says that
else in the field by a mile." rubio is currently in 2nd place in nevada, but he's hoping his las vegas roots will help him sway undecided voters. his father was a bartender at sams town, and his mom was a maid at imperial palace 22:27:30 marco rubio (r) florida "it was the place that allowed us to find the american dream all over again. las vegas las vegas southern nevada and the state for us will always be a place of new beginnings and second chances and a new start" also speaking at rubio's event was pawn star rick harrison. along with the reality t-v star, rubio is also getting an endorsement from senator dean heller. heller says he's convinced the florida senator can unite conservatives and beat the democrats in the general election. meanwhile, texas senator ted cruz was on the other side of the valley... campaigning in henderson, where he was joined by radio host glenn beck who asked the audience to "fast for ted cruz
held two different events yesterday, one in henderson.. the other in pahrump. during both of them, he focused on his committment to defending the constitution. 2:22-2:31 "i give you my solemn word that every justice i put on the court will be faithful to the constitution and protect the rights of our kids and grandkids." cruz also went on to say he believes he is the only candidates who can bring down the frontrunner.. donald trump. time now is x:xx --- up next... a major warning about one of the hottest gifts this past christmas. top safety officials are now taking major action against hoverboards, and it's sending retailers scrambling. greg adlibs weather forecast tease chopper 13 bringing you breaking news fast and first.. we're flying over a crash just reported near texas station. house fire at carey and
camille is scheduled to give her deposition in a lawsuit against him. ( we've got a live picture outside the courthouse in.. springfield, massachussetts last night her attorney's filed an emergency motion to spare her, but she is expected in court today. eight women have sued bill cosby for defamation. they claim he portrayed them as liars, after they publicly accused him of sexually assaulting them. camille argues she's had no involvement with the allegations, and her testimony serves no purpose other than to harass and embarrass her. ahead today... trial is expected to begin to the former ccsd teacher accused of physically abusing an autistic student. james doran is facing three misdemeanor battery charges because of the incidents. it's not known exactly what happened between doran and his former students at forbuss elementary school, because many
doran was arrested back in august, and hasn't been allowed on school grounds ever since. time now is x:xx --- coming up... a supermarket employee collapses in the middle of the student "i checked his respirations and his pulse, we didn't have anything but you'll never believe how lucky this worker was... and the people who just happened to be nearby! chopper 13 bringing you breaking news fast and first. we're flying over the airport.
pha weak disturbance glides just north of las vegas today then shore from the southern california coast. today, mainly sunny skies will still be common across the valley along with high temperatures in the mid and upper 70s. what changes is the winds speeds. throughout the day, winds will gradually pick up speed starting between 5 and 15 mph this morning and working up to 10-20 mph with gusts around 25 this afternoon into the overnight. the disturbance looks to merge
southeast of phoenix which allows the low to grow. with high pressure moving in from the west, southern nevada get caught in pressure gradient. this will allow a major drop in temperatures and gusty conditions for tuesday. highs are expected in the mid and upper 60s with sustained winds between 15 and 25 mph. gusts look to range between 30 and 40 mph for the center of
in 24 states. several airlines have banned hoverboards, and amazon if offering refunds for them. the red cross is helping two adults and three children, after a fire destroys their apartment. crews were called to the scene near lamb and owens around 6-30 yestterday morning. they were able to put the flames out, but it still caused about 20 thousand dollars in damage. fire and rescue is still looking into what started the blaze. just after midnight on sunday, clark county firefighters were out at an apartment near arville and flamingo. a fire broke out on the stove and spread throughout the unit, leaving a lot of damage. the family living there is also displaced. a north carolina supermarket employee's heart stops while he's stocking shelves... but thankfully someone was in the right place at the right time. after the 60 year old collapsed, a high school student.. who's studying to be an e-m-t, rushed over and started doing c-p-r. james crossno, high school student "i checked his respirations and his pulse, we
two nurses who happened to be shopping jumped into help too, pushing on the man's chest. eventually emt's got there, and rushed the man to the hospital. it was so quick one of the first responders didn't even realize the life they were trying to save, was his dad's. steve kiddy, valdese f.d. emt "it's a different experience once you realize it's a family member." the grocery store employee is now recovering. his son says he cannot say thank you enough to the people who stepped up to save him. time now is x:xx --- up next a desperate plea from the wife of a murder victim. "i'm begging. i'm begging. someone that knows to please come out and say something." a man shot and killed while he was walking home from work. now police need your help to find his killer. we've got more of that exclusive interview... coming up in a live report. chopper 13 bringing you
this morning and working up to 10-20 mph with gusts around 25 southeast of phoenix which allows the low to grow. with high pressure moving in temperatures and gusty conditions for tuesday. highs are expected in the mid and upper 60s with sustained winds between 15 and 25 mph. mountain range will reach gusts between 40 and 50 mph. by wednesday, winds lighten up and sunny skies continue through the weekend. high temperatures slowly make their way back to the upper 70s by thursday/friday afternoon. two new android phones are hitting the market. plus, a classic video game is hoping to make a comeback for its 30th anniversary. here's abc's reena ninan and
< in today's tech bytes... new blockbuster phones unveiled at the mobile world congress in spain. first - the samsung galaxy s-seven and s-seven edge both feature twelve mega- pixel cameras... and mark the return of the micro-sd card slot. they're water resistant too! and l-g also unveiled this: the g-five features a removable battery... which can be swapped out for a range of accesories. those include the "cam plus", for taking better selfies. and the "hi-fi plus," an audio amplifier made in conjucntion with "bang and oh-luff-son." and it's a major anniversary for the "legend of zelda" video-game. players have been saving the princess, collecting the triforce and defeating ganon for 30 years now!! and the legend doesn't look like it will end soon, with three games due this year, including the next big adventure on the wii u. those are your tech bytes. have a great day. > time now is x:xx --- coming up... a deadly shooting near the las
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a weak disturbance glides just north of las vegas today then dips dramatically to the south still be common across the speeds. throughout the day, winds will this afternoon into the overnight. the disturbance looks to merge with a low that forms just southeast of phoenix which allows the low to grow. with high pressure moving in from the west, southern nevada get caught in pressure highs are expected in the mid and upper 60s with sustained winds between 15 and 25 mph. gusts look to range between 30 between 40 and 50 mph. by wednesday, winds lighten up by thursday/friday afternoon. only on 13 action news. a 60 year old man on his way home from work is gunned down. now is his family is our
someone will be able to tell them what happened. 13 action news reporter yasmeen hassan is live near lake mead and marion, where there is a growing memorial for heriberto diaz marcial. his family tells us diaz has been walking down this street for 16 years... he's never had an issues - until saturday morning. they say he was heading home work around 1am when he had some kind of interaction. police say someone may have been trying to rob him - but then ended up shooting him in the chest. now his family is left wondering who could something like this to the man they loved. my husband was a good man.
he was a good husband. he didn't fight with anybody. he was a good human being." (((butted to))) "i was always cha cha cha and he was always quiet and listening. so i was so spoiled from him." there are very few details about this shooting right now. but diazs family says this 60 year old was just walking home,minding his own business, when he was shot to death. they want to make sure they find the person responsible - because until then - they are still out there - and could do this again. a man is now behind bars accused of killing two women in that shooting near the strip on friday morning. omar talley is now 15 different charges including murder and attempted murder. metro says it all started with a fight near the miracle mile shops. the cars then took off chasing
a man and a woman drove themselves to the cosmopolitan. the other woman was found in the middle of the road. the victims have been identified as 27-year-old melissa yvette mendoza and 27-year old jennifer margarita chicas. in just hours, the father arrested after his 12 year old son accidentally shot himself is due in court for the first time. olin manuel is facing charges for child abuse and neglect, as well as owning a gun when he's not supposed to. his son sincere, died on february 13th from the gunshot wound. metro says the investigation into the boy's death is still on-going. developing this morning... detectives in kalamazoo michigan are working to figure out what caused an uber driver to go on a random shooting spree... killing 6 people. he's getting ready for his first court appearance today. investigators are looking into whether the suspected gunman was taking customers in between the shootings on saturday.
suspect about an hour before the first attack. matt mellen "we were driving through medians, driving through the lawn, speeding along and when we came to a stop, i jumped out the car and ran away." uber is releasing a statement saying, "we are horrified and heartbroken at the senseless violence. we have reached out to the police to help with their investigation in any way that we can." just in this morning... apple c-e-o tim cook has a new statement on a judges order to unlock an i-phone. cook says the u-s government should withdraw its demand that apple help hack the i-phone used by the san bernardino shooter. he sent the email out morning to employees. apple says unlocking the phone is unlawful and dangerous. the f-b-i director said yesterday apple owes this to the victims of the shooting to do this. the i-phone in question here is the one used by syed farook-- who along with his wife killed 14 people in december. meanwhile, the former u-s
representing apple, goes on abc news to defend the company's decision to refuse to unlock the syed farook's iphone. he says this is about privacy and civil liberties. apple has a responsibility to maintain the trust and faith of millions of people who've depended upon apple to produce a product that protects their privacy, their intimate personal life. this is a pandora's box. george stephanopoulos asked the lawyer if apple c-e-o tim cook would be willing to be held in contempt of court, and go to jail.. instead of comply with the fbi. the lawyer said they are taking things one step at a time, starting with whatever court proceedings the government files. time now is x:xx --- up next... one on one with a las vegas headliner! singing super star mariah carey has finished another leg of her caesars residency. so how is she liking her time in las vegas? we've got the interview you'll only see on action news! greg adlibs weather forecast tease
still be common across the valley along with high temperatures in the mid and upper 70s. what changes is the winds speeds. throughout the day, winds will gradually pick up speed starting between 5 and 15 mph this morning and working up to 10-20 mph with gusts around 25 this afternoon into the overnight. the disturbance looks to merge with a low that forms
allows the low to grow. with high pressure moving in from the west, southern nevada get caught in pressure gradient. this will allow a major drop in temperatures and gusty conditions for tuesday. highs are expected in the mid and upper 60s with sustained winds between 15 and 25 mph. gusts look to range between 30 and 40 mph for the center of the valley.
mountain range will reach gusts between 40 and 50 mph. by wednesday, winds lighten up and sunny skies continue through the weekend. high temperatures slowly make their way back to the upper 70s by thursday/friday afternoon. breaking overnight...the death toll is climbing after a devastating storm in fiji. this morning we're learning 10 people have died. we're getting a look at the damage from a record-breaking
islands saturday night. this morning the clean up begins. the country is under a state of emergency this morning and all schools there are closed for the whole week. winds were over 1-75 miles per hour causing flooding...power outages and lots of damage. right now... it's clean up time in florida. take a look at the damage left behind from several tornadoes that hit the area. you can see the homes crumbled and trees ripped down. people living there say they are struggling to recover because since the damage wasn't extensive enough, officials couldn't declare a federal disaster. that means homowners won't get any aid from the government, and they are not happy about that. :30-:38 it would make a difference because they could pay some men themselves and send them in to help, everybody needs help all the houses around here are gone. leaders say they are still working to get emergency funds from the state and other
help the community rebuild. scary moments for people in illinois... after a tourbus catches on fire. take a look at the aftermath. passengers say the driver pulled over after hearing a loud pop followed by visible smoke coming from a tire. within seconds they say the bus was filling with smoke and they were rushing to get out as fast as they could. "i came out to a lot of smoke and i could hardly get off the bus because it was full of black smoke, and as i got off to to catch my breath the bus to risk his own life by throwing out people's luggage, but he had to give up because it was too dangerous. the cause of the fire is under investigation. crash near vegas valley drive and nellis truck off the road.
today the henderson fire department will be training on how to handle fires just like these. crews will train at a vacant house near boulder highway and sunset. if you see smoke or flames coming from the direction of the henderson animal care and control facility don't worry. it's just a drill. the training starts at 9 and goes until 4 all week long. 35 outstanding teen volunteers strutted their stuff down the catwalk this weekend. it ws positively las vegas! macy's and the meadows mall invited teens who volunteer to be the stars of a spring fashion show, and i had the chance to talk with some of them! mitchell otis "we did the ultimate gift with shade tree. where we helped women and children have a better lifestyle." (butted with) maddy cook "i've done a lot for the blind center. make a wish candelighters. are you excited to model? yeah! the teens represented the
young men's service league. together they have provided hundreds of hours of volunteer service to our community. super star mariah carey is taking a rest this morning, from her new residency at caesars palace. and only on 13 action news... the singing diva is talking about how she thinks her show is going. after her performance saturday night at one-oak... the mirage hosted a party for her. valley view live co-host megan telles caught up with her on the red carpet where she raved about her residency here in las vegas. mariah carey 18:14:05-18:14:23 "it's been so much fun, amazing fans, i can't even explain it. fans from china, from all over, taiwan, europe. now i'm going to europe, people are like we got ticktes before we knew you were going to europe." mariah will continue performing at caesars in june. you can see more of this exclusive one-on-one interview
tomorrow morning during ok! tv. taylor swift is adding her name to the list of musicians showing support for one of their own... as she deals with current legal battles. let's take a look at what's now trending. swift's spokesperson says the popstar has donated 250-thousand dollars to kesha to help with any financial needs. friday, a judge in new york ruled kesha must continue working with her producer doctor luke-- who she claims drugged and raped her. stars like lady gaga... demi lovado... and ariana grande have also spoken out in support of kesha. rapper "50 cent" will have to explain his instagram pictures to a bankruptcy judge. he filed for bankruptcy last year, but he's posted pictures of himself with piles of cash. a judge told his attorneys thursday he must come to court and explain that. the rapper, who's real name is curtis jackson.. says he will show up, but hasn't said when. jackson claims he's been driven into bankruptcy by lawsuits.
guaranteed to make you smile. the toronto zoo posted this adorable clip of their giant panda playing in the snow. you see him come out of his cave slowly, and then tumble down the hill. he liked it so much...he climbed up half-way and did it again. you can check out all of the stories trending today... just head to our website ktnv.com we're following a lot of breaking news for you this morning... we told you about police investigating in a neighborhood.. parker collins just got there.. parker? chopper 13 bringing you breaking news fast and first.. crash near vegas valley drive
breaking right now... metro police fill a neighborhood near eastern and harmon. you'll remember chopper 13 was first over the scene. parker collins just got there. parker what's going on right now? parker officers are right behind you? parker adlibs scene only on 13 action news. a 60 year old man is shot and
his way home... and this morning his family is begging for answers 13 action news reporter yasmeen hassan is live near lake mead and marion - where the shooting happened. all morning long, people have been coming by this memorial, saying prayers, offering their condolences, just trying to make sense of what seems like a senseless crime. maria diaz says she has no idea what to expect when officers showed up at her door around 2 am onsaturday. her husband - heriberto diaz marcial - was shot and killed on his way home. police think someome may have been trying to rob him, but the details are still unclear. sot "why would he got killed. i just want an answer from someone. i don't understand why he got
on the loose right now... ...so if you saw something - please say something. maybe the most heartbreaking part of all of this - we are just a few feet away from diazs home. he was just a few minutes away from being with his family - safe and sound. this just in...we're learning a group of san bernardino attack victims are supporting the government. those victims plan to file a legal brief in support of the government's attempt to foce apple to unlock the shooter's i-phone. the i-phone in question belonged to sayeed rizwan farook. he was one of the shooters in december's san bernardino attacks that killed 14. the i-phone is encrypted and the f- b-i needed apple to unlock it. apple says they refuse to do it because it jeopardizes everyone's iphone security. a weak disturbance glides just
dips dramatically to las vegas today then dips dramatically to the south speeds. throughout the day, winds will gradually pick up speed starting between 5 and 15 mph the disturbance looks to merge from the west, southern nevada get caught in pressure gradient. and upper 60s with sustained winds between 15 and 25 mph. mountain range will reach gusts high temperatures slowly make their way back to the upper 70s by thursday/friday afternoon. thanks for watching good morning las vegas.. do something positive today..
the uber driver accused of killing six peoplereportedly enrs are speaking out. taking us inside the terrifying ride. >> we were driving through medians. driving through the lawn. >> and uber is responding to the attack. amazing escape. a megabus evacuated just moments before it goes up in flames. a reporter onboard shares an account. how they all got out alive. rocket man out of this world mystery. the newly uncovered tapes revealing the, quote, weird music, astronauts say was playing on the dark side of the moon. what the famous rocket man really heard. i'm a rocket man >> ooh, that was bad. >> but it felt so good. >> great monday morning here on "gma."