tv Action News 6pm ABC August 5, 2016 6:00pm-6:31pm PDT
than 24-hours after a man was swarmed and stung a hundred times. 13 action news reporter michael burton was able to suit-up and see the problem first hand. he's live near fort apache and russel with more. michael. nightmare continues. bees are still swarming the home and i'm told they are still chasing neighbors. clark county officials say their job was to respond to the actual attack that happened yesterday. as for the bee issue at large? that's up to homeowner to fix. live tag: we haven't seen the homeowner at all today, but josh hammons, the beekeeper we
the beekeeper we spoke to says he will do his best to contact the family and show them there is hope. reporting live - michael burton - 13 action news. now to video ...you'll see only on 13 action news.... people on the strip...forced to duck and dodge bullets! this....after a robbery suspect... began shooting at police ...during a chase!
and his arm out the window he almost lost it a little bit. he shot i believe two rounds and one of them struck my car. but you're not injured correct... negative-- no injuries on me." it unfolded early this morning. shortly after....the suspect crashed his car and ran inside the wynn. police, helicopters and even the k-9 unit.. spread out across las vegas boulevard... searching for the man. he was finally located inside the encore where he was arrested. 23-year-old lawrence man- riquez....is facing multiple charges... including... robbery it looks like a new hurdles have just been thrown in front of the efforts to build a stadium to bring the oakland raiders to las vegas. 13 action news political expert jon ralston joins us now with more. 6--stadium timeline 22:23 "the only way..." 22:44: "close."
----sisolak says time really working against them: play bite ----so they think votes there now in legislature, but the lawmakers won't want to give up that fundraising time. and still issue of nfl owners approving. some breaking political news republican presidential candidate donald trump just announced he is endording house
he is still speaking at a rally in green bay, wisconsin. the delay to endorse ryan created an inner party rift... putting the nominee at odds with its highest-ranking elected official. new at six... a woman is out hundreds of dollars... after she bought season tickets to the arena football team in las vegas. that team though....no longer exists. . and when no one was there to help....she contacted us. when you ask, we investigate. reporter... stephanie zepelin ...got her some answers.. anne chrysler and her husband went to every single outlaws game. 20.59.08 i think i like the energy and the excitement 10 they were season ticket holder for the las vegas outlaws' first season in 2015....which ended up being their last season. the team canceled their last game of the 2015 season, after anne already bought four season tickets to the 2016 season. 21.00.57 we started kind of wondering, 'oh gosh is the team
football association going to take over? whats going to happen' 01.06 they called the outlaws for answers. 21.01.18 kind of gave him the indication to just hang tight and that things would all work out 23 and they didn't, because we never heard from them again 28 the team folded, and took anne's season ticket money -- all 4-hundred dollars. 21.04.45 and it really didn't seem very nice 48 very fair at all 49 we went to the address listed for the outlaw office -- it's nowa office. 21.05.00 we really were hopeful that the arena football association would step in 04 and at least give us some guidance or tell us what we could do 07 but there was no reply at all 09 so we went to the afl office, too! 21.12.05 over in this building is the last listed address for outlaws, and here at this building it shows the arena football league over here too 13 walking into the afl office building 21.13.40 it says that the arena football league is still inside here in
let's see if they're there 14.00 we talked to a couple people in the office...after anne says she got no response. 21.14.26 hi im stephanie im from channel 13 28 we eventually got a hold of the executive vice presdent. he prised us he would look into what happened to anne and but she'd think twice about buying season tickets. 21.06.32 i dont think i would make that kind of a commitment as a season ticket holder 37 soc. las vegas city hall was turned into a massive crime scene today. up next.. we'll give you n at a realistic looking drill to make sure police and swat teams can deal with a nightmare scenario. 05-09 it's still going up.. i thought we were going to die and do you know what to do.... if your accelerator suddenly becomes stuck! how a 9-1-1 dispatcher's advice... saved this woman's life!
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sex trafficking of teenage girls. thankfully, catherine cortez masto went to work to help law enforcement fight back. as attorney general, she made sex trafficking a felony crime and increased sentences. she gave victims the right to sue their captors. and expanded the sex offender registry to protect kids. catherine's a problem-solver. that's what she's all about.
it also led to water rescues.. downed powerlines.. and stranded vehicles in flooded streets. jason volentine shows us some of the aftermath. not verbatim a flood warning remains in effect for north central maricopa county, including the north and northeast valley until 2:15 p.m. several spots got between an northeast valley until 2:15 p.m. several spots got between an inch and 2 inches of rain as strong storms rolled through the valley this morning. chance of storms in the valley through early this evening. any storms that develop will be when a convenience store clerk
he decided... he wasn't going down without a fight. you won't believe how this ended! 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.
karen krantz quickly accelerated to 115 miles an hour.. and says a fairview park police leutenient who answered her 9-1-1 call is the only reason she's alive. 34-41 turn your engine off... you can still steer it worked.. and krantz was able to pull off the road after the car slowed down. accelerator to become stuck. this is some of the most shocking video we've ever seen! a wild knife fight... at a convience store in massachusets! a robber runs into the store....demanding cash. then ...he swings a knife at the clerks head....multiple times.... but that's when ....the clerk, pulls out an even bigger knife! next thing you know... this happens. at one point, the robber loses his knife ...and throws a display rack.
police have not made an arrest in the case. a state trooper in geauga county, ohio is lucky to be alive after he was hit by a vehicle and hurled in the air during a traffic stop. that terrifying instant was recorded on his dash cam. the woman in the vehicle he had just stopped managed to crawl out her window and run to the state trooper. incredibly.. the trooper only suffered minor injuries and was released from right now.. local law enforcement agencies are coming up with a game plan ....in case of the worst possible scenarthey spent severy practicing active shooter drills at las vegas city hall. 13 action news reporter marti glaser takes us inside. sot 83219: we have definitely taken notes of those incidents and considered those in our planning actions. 83227 after close to a year of planning - today las vegas
a crime scene for an active shooter drill. the set-up scenario not that different from recent mass shootings. in this staged threat -- two active shooters run into city hall, shoot up the lobby, and steal a security guard's badge to gain access to the rest of the building. in the training exercise -- several are killed or injured. first responders have to figure out how to help the victims -- and stop the shooters. numerous organizations -- nine staged incident. police, fire, city and court marshalls coming together as a team, and as felllow citizens, 83830 i am comforted to know that there is training being done to ensure that when we have this event that people are trained , that people are skilled and that they are ready for this event. 83842 while they train to respond -- they're always working to stay ahead of the threat. sot:83317 we have to prepare for the most likely scenario
community . 83329 marti glaser 13 action news part of today's cost was picked up by an investment from homeland security. but officials with that department say ....we still need more resources and funding at the federal level to improve our defense against threats. douglas smith: former assistant secretary for the u.s. department of homeland security 12155510 to 12160017 "i think las vegas is considered a target as much as london, paris, any major national city is." douglas smith is a former assistand secretary ...for he says while the strip is a major focal point for security--they also recognize that a few blocks off the strip, is still a major target. let's switch gears now.... let's go to brian for a look at those storms. this weekend skies are back to good-ol- sunshine! winds look to pick up to a 10 to 20 mph wind mainly out of the south/southwest with gusts ranging between 20 and 25 mph. as winds come in, so do the warmer temperatures.
to the normal this weekend. that would be just above 100 degrees. we will warm up even more early next week with a few readings above 105 possible. by the end of the week, sunshine is still in the forecast but cooler air brings temperatures down to nearly the upper 90s. a new system is being monitored that will come out of the gulf of california. if it decides to alter its track more to the west than east, the sunshine for wednesday and thursday may soon turn into another shot for showers and thunder so it will we will keep you updated with the latest monsoon
is college... worth it? a new survey digs deeper into at that question.... the now's ashley glass talked with some college students and gets some expert advice on making the most of your degree. pkg full= "this will be the next 4 years of my life that determines from here on out." 001 savannah musser, :28 savannah musser -- a college the university of south florida -- thinks of college as an and a lot of hard work... will all pay off... "you'll leave with a profession that you want to be in. you'll be making money so you can pay back those student loans." 001 savannah musser, 5:30 (ish) savannah's outlook is right in line with a new bank-rate money pulse survey... it finds 9 out of 10 people with a 4-year-degree think college was a good investment... and the older the graduate, the more keen they are on college... a whopping 97-percent of degree
but 21-percent of millennials 18- to-25-years old say college was not worth it, more than any other group surveyed... students we talked to have an idea on why that is... "first of all, honestly the cost." 002 terrance glanton, 2:16 u-s news and world report says the cost of a higher education has more than doubled since 19-86, when adjusted for inflation... and the college board shows that right now -- a public, 4-year, in- state degree will run you almost $9 dollars (exact for fs: $8,743)... that doesn't even include room and board... "you really have to look at your investment in college as long term, almost like a 401k investment." 004 russ coughenour russ coughenour helps run the career services center at u-s-f... he says a degree makes you more promotable to the top of companies... and offers two pieces of advice to make the most of your investment in college... "always be preparing for the next position." 004 russ
training... he says mid-career professionals tend to slack on their skill-set... and -- new graduates should be flexible... "too many students (splice out) severely limit themselves geographically." 004 russ coughenour, 6:25 "it's really an advantage to go where the opportunity takes you." 004 russ coughenour, 6:38 dayna tag the survey also found 62-percent of americans support getting rid of tuition to attend public colleges and universities. severe flooding causes some travel nightmares in phoenix. next on 13 action news live at we'll show you some of the incredible damage from the west in arizona.. to the east in new orleans. plus.. disturbing video of an officer involved shooting in chicago. now the head of chicago's police oversight board.... is responding.
abc's lauren lyster has more of the incredible video as that storm moved through. [[script]] ((nats rushing water)) flooding in arizona...turning roads into rapids and a travel nightmare for drivers daring to move through... sot driver or drivers butted together ( ) cars getting stuck in the mud...some needing water rescues the southwest monsoon -- bringing thunderstorms, flash flooding and scenes like this to the region all week while further east... nats: "oh my god - oh my god!" ...terrifiede residents captured the moments a tornado moved into town thursday afternoon nats: "i'm freaking out// that's like scary!" wind speeds reaching nearly 80 miles an hour mos: "the wind was so strong the wind was picking us up." the city's famed bourbon street becoming more of a stream officer audio: a building on st. ann totally collapsed. today, residents are cleaning up the damage that storm left behind ((nats cleanup)) at least 3 structures destroyed, a number of homes damaged. some powerlines falling in the