tv Action News 330pm ABC February 22, 2016 3:30pm-4:00pm PST
a system moving across the northern great basin will continue to bring breezy to windy conditions across the area tonight and tomorrow. expect peak gusts to about 40 mph this afternoon. our team coverage continues now with 13 weather first meteorologist karla huelga. she joins us live now from desert breeze park. karla -- and if you experience any winds
shooting over the weekend.. and the suspect is still on the run. only on action news.. we're hearing from the suspect's widow. police say 60-year old heriberto diaz marcial was shot to death while walking home from work saturday near lake mead and marion. officers also think he was robbed. "i'm begging. i'm begging. someone that knows to please come out and say something." metro doesn't have anyone in custody or a description of the suspect. metro doesn't have anyone in custody or a description of the suspect. if you think you have any information.. you're asked to contact metro right away. a valley man is in a coma following a hit and run. and his family is also turning to 13 action news for help. trent turnbo he was hit friday near tropicana and jones. his family says he had just started a new job and was saving money to go back to school. now the family just wants the person responsible to do the right thing.
01:29-17:07:10 i think i'm going to lose my son. i don't know.. he's my baby. 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 an uber driver faced a judge in michigan earlier today, accused in a series of deadly shootings while on the job. today, a customer is speaking out, after he and his family got a ride from the suspect, jason dalton. derek and his wife were visiting kalamazoo, michigan with their inlaws. police arrested dalton just 20- minutes after their ride. derek says he even talked with dalton about the shootings. (derek/ uber customer) "i said, 'you're not the shooter, are you?' and he said, 'no.' and i said, 'are you sure?' and he said, 'no, i'm just tired, i've been driving for 7 hours.'" again, dalton has no known criminal history and passed an extensive background check by uber.
deadly accident involving a man riding a bicycle. nhp just gave 13 action news these images of the crash. the victim has been identified as 58-year-old karl vanderwyk. according to investigators.. 28- year old mark obermeyer was driving an off-road vehicle on st. rose parkway near the 15 when he hit cyclyist. obermeyer then overrcorrected and rolled the vehicle. he's now behind bars facing multiple charges including driving under the influence. a death investigation is underway at a prison, after an inmate suddenly dies. that inmate is john silva. he died yesterday in his cell at three lakes valley conservation camp, in indian springs. silva was booked back in 20-13, and serving time for driving under the influence. an autopsy will take place to figure out why he died. apple continues to fight a court order to unlock an iphone used by one of the san and now.. the director of the f-b-i is weighing in. james comey is defending the fbi's demands. in a blog and press release..
look the survivors in the eye.. or ourselves in the mirror.. if we don't follow this lead." investigators think the phone clues.. while apple fights to rally public opinion. sot - olson "this is a pandora's box" // "we can't surrender our civil liberties and give the terrorists a victory" roughly 30 protests were planned nationwide today against the tech giant. some of the victims of the san bernardino attack are also planning to file a legal brief in court. the democratic and republican frontrunners are celebrating their weekend victories. donald trump won the south carolina primary, and hillary clinton took home the big win here in nevada. while the runners up are catching up. bernie sanders hoped to chip away at clinton's african american voters with a rally today in south carolina with actor danny glover. bernie sanders 1:20 - 1:26 "so im thinking...the status quo." right now, the latest polls show both clinton and trump
of their next contests. on the republican side, texas senator ted cruz fired one of his staffers! that staffer was his current communications director rick tyler to resign. cruz says tyler distributed a video falsely depicting rival candidate marco rubio dismissing the bible. (sen. ted cruz) "rick tyler's a good man, this was a grave error of judgement. it turned out the news story he sent around was false but i'll tell you, even if it was true, we are not a campaign that is going to question the faith of another candidate." the video misquotes rubio as suggesting the bible does not have many answers in it. but rubio's spokesman says the florida senator actually said the bible has "all" the answers. a new medical marijuana dispensary is open for business. congresswoman dina titus was among those on hand for today's ribbon cutting ceremony at the apothecarium. she says this dispensary is different from the others around the valley. 21:37:38 dina titus "people who
problems. maybe they have cancer and have lost their appetite maybe its children with epilepsy maybe it's pain management, so they've got to be able to come here in a safe environment and not be attacked on intimidated." the apothecarium is located near sahara and buffalo. cleveland browns' quarterback johnny manziel could soon be facing charges. still ahead.. details on some new evidence police say they have to help his ex-girlfriend's assault case. and 13 action news goes one-on-one with a las vegas strip 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 13 action news! ((bryan)) super star mariah carey is taking a break from her new
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. pop star kesha has just lost a legal battle.. but many other stars are still coming to her defense. it's one of several trending headlines we are following today. a judge denied ke$ha's request to break a contract with her longtime producer, over the weekend. the singer claims he abused her for the past 10-years. her producer denies all allegations. billboard sot 01;05;06;30 it ties into a bigger issue of sexual abuse that's been going on in the music business quite a bit recently fans and singers alike are coming to her aid. the hashtag "free ke$ha" is trending on social media. taylor swift donated her 250-thousand dollars, while other singer posted messages of support online. and get out the tequila and limes because today is national
consists of tequila, triple sec and lime or lemon juice. it can be traditional or frozen. on our website, we've posted all the restaurants celebrating the holiday today! for more stories trending right now.. go to ktnv.com. and to sound off on any story.. join us on twitter. our handle is @ktnv. use #nowtrending. anchors adlib and toss to bryan a system moving across the northern great basin will continue to bring breezy to windy conditions across the area tonight and tomorrow. expect peak gusts to about 40 mph this afternoon. the gusts will taper down a bit tonight and overnight before picking back up tomorrow morning. peak gusts tomorrow will reach about 35 mph and will start to taper down by the afternoon.
cooling for tomorrow to average temperatures with highs in the mid 60s expected. by wednesday, calmer wind and warmer temps return to the forecast. highs in the upper 60s are expected wednesday, then mid and upper 70s thursday through next weekend. clear to mostly clear skies are in the forecast through saturday, then a bit
breaking news-- a sad update on last week's chopper crash in honolulu, hawaii -- a 16-year-old has died from his injuries. you may remember the chopper went down near pearl harbor. five people were on board. coast guard. the n-t-s-b is still investigating why it crashed. new developments in assault case involving n-f-l star johnny manziel. dallas police now say they have surveillance video from a hotel that may help his ex-girlfriend's case. she claims the cleveland browns quarterback got physical with her during an argument last night.
of protection against manzeil. police are being tight-lipped about what's in the video.. but sources tell espn it contains an encounter with the valet.. as well as other video from the hotel. in october.. police dash cameras revealed the moments after another alleged physical confrontation between the pair. manziel has not been arrested or charged in either case. you have yet another reason to enjoy your morning cup of coffee. up next in today's health report.. details on an unexpected health benefit discovered by researchers. in today's health report,
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< that text? call? or instant message. whether you are behind the wheel or not, your phone demands your attention. and even though we know we shouldn't? all too often we pick up that mobile device while driving. now? a new study shows how dangerous a distraction your phone can be while you are driving. virginia tech researchers installed video cameras inside cars to find out what drivers were doing right before they got into an accident. the verdict? in two- thirds of car crashes, the driver was visibly distracted? and cell phones were the biggest culprit. texting while driving led to a more than three-fold risk of a crash. dialing a call? a 12-fold risk. by comparison, eating at the wheel only led to roughly double the risk. cell phones aren't the only culprit, of course. other distractions - for instance, being angry or crying at the wheel - also made a driver more likely to crash. but few things are more preventable than a cell-phone linked accident. so when you're driving? keep
and out of sight. and save those selfies? for when you're stationary. with this medical minute, i'm dr. timothy johnson. > the rates of h-p-v infection seem to have dropped, according to the c- d-c. and it's all because of a vaccine! h-p-v stands for the human papillomavirus. in just 6-years, researchers say the rate of infection among teenage girls dropped more than 7-percent. for women between the ages of 20 and 24, the rate of infection fell more than 6-percent. there four types of the virus... two of which are responsible for 66- percent of cervical cancers in the u-s. your daily cup of coffee could be reducing your chance of developing a type of liver disease. a medical journal reviewed 9 separate studies on the effects of coffee. researchers say two cups a day could cut your chances of developing cirrhosis by 44-percent. cirrhosis deteriorates the liver by blocking blood flow.
however.. coffee will never offset all negative affects of excess alcohol consumption.. and some doctors say more research is needed to confirm the findings. still ahead... a final look at your forecast! and.. before we head to break.. a look at tonight's abc primetime lineup on 13 action news. 8 -- the bachelor 10 -- castle 11 -- action news we'll be right back. before judge judy.. a look at some of the top
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the top stories we're following. a woman's body found inside the d, and metro says her death is suspicious. the body was found in a laundry chute yesterday. coming up at 5, 13 action news reporter marissa kynaston brings us the latest on the investigation. and bail has been set for olin manuel at 25-thousand dollars. he's the father arrested after his 12 year old son accidentally shot himself to death. coming up at 5, 13 action news reporter mahsa saiedi digs deeper into manuel's arrest report. breaking news on that uber driver arrested in michigan for a shooting spree.
they received a complaint about driver jason dalton, saturday night..the night of the attacks. 6 people were killed. 2 others hurt. bail has been denied for dalton..who admitted to the shootings. and all the republican presidential candidates are here in nevada today, all trying to make their final push to voters before tomorrow's republican caucus. stay with 13 action news for continuing coverage of today's rallies. the system will also bring a cooling for tomorrow to average temperatures with highs in the mid 60s expected. by wednesday, calmer wind and warmer temps return to the forecast. highs in the upper 60s are expected wednesday, then mid and upper 70s thursday through next weekend. and that does it for action news live at 3:30. judge judy is up next. we'll be back in 60 minutes for action news live at 5.
>> announcer: a mom goes back to school... >> vanessa brought garrick over to the dorm, and i didn't want him there. >> announcer: ...but is it her daughter's boyfriend... >> he told me i was a bad mother, and he told me that he would get me kicked out my school. >> announcer: ...who needs to learn a lesson? >> we told him to leave repeatedly. he would not listen, and then he squared up. >> judge judy: what does that mean? >> he squared up. >> judge judy: yeah, and? >> so i squared up, too. >> 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 alexandra cardenas is suing her daughter's boyfriend, 20-year-old garrick crawford, for getting her evicted from her home. >> byrd: order! all rise! this is case number 401 on the calendar in the matter of cardenas vs. crawford.
>> byrd: you're welcome. parties have been sworn in. you may be seated. have a seat, please. >> judge judy: miss cardenas, i assume that this is your husband. >> yes. >> judge judy: and this is your daughter? >> yes, ma'am. >> judge judy: and this is your daughter's boyfriend? >> yes, ma'am. >> judge judy: how old is your daughter? >> 18. >> judge judy: you were living in student housing. you attend university... >> yes. >> judge judy: ...which you started in september of 2012. is that correct? >> it's september 2011, ma'am. >> judge judy: and is that when you started school? >> yes. >> judge judy: get good grades? >> yes. >> judge judy: great. you've got four kids? >> yes. >> judge judy: so that's a hard commitment to make to go back to school. >> yes. >> judge judy: tell me why you decided to go back to school after four kids. >> i've been an insurance agent since i was 19 years old, and i wanted to pursue my education. >> judge judy: good for you. but you were living in student housing. you managed to get into student housing at a very reduced rent, which is $650 a month, according to your complaint. >> yes. >> judge judy: and it is your claim that because of this young man's behavior and conduct, you were evicted from student