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in a building that provided a lot of fuel for the flames. plus... the supreme court blocks a court order that would have allowed transgender students to use their bathroom of choice. what this could mean going forward. but we begin outside.. and an afternoon that looks and feels a lot more like south florida than southern nevada. this is a live look outside at humid evening as another night of rain threatens las vegas. we have team coverage. dan bronis is standing by.... near desert inn and maryland. but first we begin with bryan scofield...with the latest on effect until friday 5am for the city and most of southern nevada. local flooding and pooling on road ways are likely to continue through the overnight. heavy rain and lightning has already occurred and we may have another chance for wide spread rain and thunder as we
this...just outsiden dean martid hacienda. so close that the fire actually damaged part of the building. firefighters were able to keep it from spreading any further. your voice your vote in the race for the white house.. and a new national poll by fox news shows hillary clintong opening up a 10-point lead over donald trump. but it comes as the obama administration tries to explain a 400-million dollar cash payment to iran that many say looks like ransom for 4 u-s hostages. abc's lana zak has the latest. package: both hillary clinton and donald trump are back on the campaign trail-- and they are trading barbs. clinton sot: donald trump is unqualified to be president clinton -- continuing to pound trump on his controversial remarks regarding the parents of a fallen soldier and "wanting" a purple heart-- clinton sot: anyone who spends his time insulting our military, demeaning the service of our pows and our fallen soldiers, insulting gold star
duty of serving america. trump -- focusing his attacks on obama and a new wsj investigation that alleges the administration swapped cash for iranian hostages. trump sot: we paid 400 million, such a bad precedent, set by obama, two more have been kidnapped. but his recollection of watching video of the event is being corrected by his own spokesperson after trump told the audience this-- trump: i'll never forget the scene // the tape is of the people taking the money off the plane. it's a military tape. it's a tape that was a perfect hope hicks confirms to the washington post the tape trump saw was actually this public one--of the us hostages being released in geneva. this comes as trump's campaign manager acknowledges the non-endorsements of paul ryan and john mccain have opened up rifts-- manafort sot: there's a conflict within the trump down from any of those controversial comments--according to the latest fox news poll--it may be taking its toll, [gfx] clinton opening up a 10 point lead.
a prestigous school in new england ... is making a huge payment to dozens of former students! the money is to settle claims of sexual abuse at st. george's school in rhode island. the allegations span 30 years... from the 1970's to as early as 2000. neither the school or the victims are disclosing the amount of money payed out. a new road sign in north carolina has drivers stumped. "what do you want me to do? zip up my pants?" this new sign is called the zipper merge sign.. to help with traffic congestion during heavy travel times. researchers say the traffic merge can reduce traffic jams by up to 50- percent. when drivers see the zipper.. they're supposed merge like a zipper by using both lanes. michigan and minnesota are also using the zipper merge and say
counting her blessings today! a 12-foot metal pole smashed through the windshield of her suv... the metal....coming just inches from her head. police say... .the woman passed out.... hit the pole.. before careening into a fence! neighbors helped her out of the car! she only suffered minor injuries. four of new york's bravest are recovering this afternoon! the firefighters were injured ...as they were battling a massive fire in queens. more than 250 responded to the the cause of the fire is still under investigation. jail the man accused of killing 9 people in a south carolina church has been attacked in jail. a spokesperson says dylan roof was out of his cell and walking to a different area when he was jumped by another inmate. roof wasn't seriously injured. he's currently facing a possible death sentence if convicted. now to phoenix... where police are desperately searching for a serial killer... after a string of deadly shootings.
people ... and hurt two others. people in the area are on edge... this has been going on since april. investigators are once again warning people ... to be lookout for strange cars and people in their neighborhoods. "i nervous i'm still so nervous from it." people in one maryland neighborhood are also on edge tonight. it was yesterday morning... police say... when an officer ended his shift. he parked his marked cruiser on the street... and went inside his home. about 20 minutes later... there was a l someone had dropped a bomb on that police car... in light of the recent violence against officers... people are extra concerned. the incident remains under investigation. police in cleveland are investigating the brutal murder of a transgender woman. "skye" mockabee was found beaten to death 5 days ago. her family believes she was targeted because she is transgendered. police are now looking for suspects.. and the lgbt community is on edge. monica linda robertson, skye's friend i feel like i'm not even
i walk. the homicide rate among transgender americans hit an all-time high in 2015. the supreme court blocks a court order allowing a transgender student to use the boys' bathroom. is it an indicator of what the justices might decide in the future? todd walker is looking at the ruling, and what may happen next: pkg full= -- todd looklive cam -- this is just a temporary ruling but it already has both or calling the decision disappointing. -vo cover-- the supreme court agreed to block a lower court order.. which allowed a transgender boy in virginia to use the boy's and justice stephen breyer said the block would preserve the "status quo" until the supreme court has a chance to consider the case itself. breyer called the vote a courtesy.. he likely would have sided with the more liberal justices.. making it a deadlocked case.. meaning the matter probably won't be settled until a 9th justice is selected.
sturm college of law: 4:16:27 my sense is that the supreme court will hear a case on this matter because you have the norht carolina case which has a series of states saying the president overstepped his authority in terms of writing the letter to the different school districts saying here is what you need to do :44" --todd looklive cam-- the school board said in a statement it welcomed have access to multiple single-use bathrooms at the school.. as well as in the nurse's office. for the now, i'm todd walker. a different take in the preside it's still clinton versus trump.. but this voter survey is all about the flavor.. plus: "a lot of people are going to go, this guy is really whacko a politician is off and running.... with a crazy new idea. we're taking a look at his....nontraditional approach. and.. don't forget to download the all new 13 action news app.. featuring live streaming.. video on demand and incredible weather radar. it's free in the app store and
the "transit elevated bus" straddles two lanes creating a moving tunnel that allows other vehicles to drive under it. developers say t could cut down on pollution and traffic congestion and carry up to 300 passengers. a man in washington state is running an unconventional polictal campaign. he's trying to get elected to congress without spending a dime. tony ventrella democratic congressional candidate "i would be a great candidate. i'd make a really good congressman, vote for me let's do that, but i don't want your money. i know that's crazy and people are going to say you can't win. well we'll see." instead.. tony ventrella wants supporters to donate anything they'd give him to a charity. now here's today's top stories now trending. 95 days until we elect our next present.... now... a rhode island soda company is holding a unique poll. the company says...they're putting hillary's.... blue- raspberry liberal limeade
strawberry-peach populist punch! owners say ... they plan to release the results just before election day. . we'll see how well this does. a new atm at xavier univerisy in ohio does not dispense 20-dollar bills.. it dispenses hot pizza... promising your own fresh slice in just three minutes. this is the first pizza atm in north america. it holds 70 pieces of pizza at a time. users so far have said it's the best pizza they've if you're looking for a reason to break your diet... one it's almost the weekend.. and two...it's national chocolate chip cookie day. the incredible treat was invented back in 1933.... after a massachussttes woman.... added chunks of chocolate to sugar cookies. anchors adlib and toss to bryan a flash flood watch is in
southern nevada. local flooding and pooling on road ways are likely to continue through the overnight. heavy rain and lightning has already occurred and we may have another chance for wide spread rain and thunder as we rain chance will taper downward into the overnight and fizzle out through friday. remember, if you see any standing water on the roads, turn around and find another way to your destination. if at all possible, stay indoors away from windows during any and all lightning storms. by the weekend, mainly sunny skies are back and rain chances are nowhere in sight. high temperatures will rebound back to our normal range for this time of year. winds will pick up
between 10 and 20 mph through the weekend and into next week. gusts look to reach between 25 and 30 mph. are back and rain chances are nowhere in sight. high temperatures will rebound this time of year. winds will pick up friday/saturday and hold between 10 and 20 mph through the weekend and into next week. gusts look to reach between 25 and 30 mph. they promise fun and fitness..
skies are back and rain chances are nowhere in sight. high temperatures will rebound back to our normal range for this time of year. winds will pick up friday/saturday and hold between 10 and 20 mph through the weekend and into next week. gusts look to reach between 25 and 30 mph. they promise fun and fitness.. this time of year. winds will pick up friday/saturday and hold between 10 and 20 mph through the weekend and into next week. gusts look to reach between 25 and 30 mph. they promise fun and fitness..
about some products that are probably under your sink right now that could pose a serious risk to your child's eyesight. here's abc's dr. timothy johnson. script: bleach? ammonia sprays. they're what we use to keep our bathrooms and kitchens spotless but today, new research? showing how they can pose a real threat to kids' eyes. researchers at johns hopkins and harvard used analyzed national data on emergency room visits... finding that more than 28,000 kids sustained chemical burns to their eyes between 2010 and 2013. young children between the ages of one and two - the ones more likely to sustain eye burns from chemicals than any other age group. most of these burns, the result of exposure to cleaning products in the home. and in many cases, these
reach of small hands. and the consequences can last a lifetime. while chemical burns to the eyes can lead to severe eye pain and scarring in the short term? they may ultimately lead to a higher risk of glaucoma in adulthood. for parents, a reminder? to store those cleaning products safely. a simple step that may end up saving your child's sight. with this medical minute, i'm dr. timothy johnson. still ahead...a final look at and.. before we head to break.. a look at tonight's abc primetime lineup. 8:00 battle bots 9:00 greatest
jim: i'm one of them. fermin: yo tambien. barbara: i'm one of over 300,000 nevadans who rely on social security. fermin: social security helps us pay the bills. jim: and enjoy the retirement that we've earned. barbara: that's what makes joe heck so dangerous. fermin: his plan to privatize social security means billions in profits for wall street. barbara: risking retirement security on the stock market. fermin: what if it crashes again? jim: wall street has given joe heck over a half a million bucks. barbara: i wonder who he's working for. jim: because it's not us. afscme people is responsible
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>> judge judy: you were both alcoholics who decided to move in together to an apartment. >> announcer: a bad idea... >> judge judy: things became violent. >> announcer: ...gets even worse. >> she actually left me several voicemails saying that, "you owe me money, and i'm taking whatever i feel like taking." >> announcer: then, did she dial for more dollars? >> she was calling everyone in my family, saying that i was a prostitute.
the courtroom of judge judith sheindlin. the people are real. the cases are real. the people are real. the cases are real. the rulings are final. captions paid for by cbs television distribution gregory geddes is suing his former roommate, lisa moore, for utility bills, damaged property, and a false arrest. >> byrd: order! all rise! >> byrd: your honor, this is case number 470 on the calendar in the matter of geddes vs. mo >> byrd: you're welcome, judge. parties have been sworn in. you may be seated. ma'am, have a seat, please. >> judge judy: mr. geddes, according to your complaint, you and the defendant, who were friends somehow, were both alcoholics and decided to move in together to an apartment. you were just platonic friends? >> mm-hmm. >> judge judy: and i can't really tell from your papers how long ago, but it's at least two years ago. is that right? >> it was in october of 2011, your honor. >> judge judy: and things became