tv Action News 3PM ABC August 10, 2016 3:00pm-3:31pm PDT
-- you have to see this video! a man climbing a trump tower in new york! he is seen using some kind of "suction cups to do it.. the stunt has prompted a massive police response with helicopters and airbags. he climbed up approximately 17 stories high. it's not clear why the man decided to do it or who he is. - v deputy bill cooper who was shot earlier today has died.
yet charged him. the officers were shot as they were responding to a disturbance at a home when suspect -- billy jones. started shooting. the hackett chief of police was also hurt but has been released. jones was taken into custody after a tense, hours long standoff near the arkansas-oklahoma state line. here at home -- this afternoon two people are recovering.... a suspected home intruder from a bullet wound...and the homeowner who shot the intruded out of emotional shock. 13 action news reporter parker collins is the only one to homeowner who pulled the trigger. 9:27:40-9:28:06 take vo at 9:27:53 the homeowner says this guy broke into his garage and he could hear it beeping on his alarm system this guy walks into the backyard and is here for five minutes the homeowner can see this intruder through the bedroom window they are on the phone with 911 when they eventually fire a shot at this guy when he comes within feet head. take sot no super 9:15:56-9:16:05 "i just want this to be over.
being in this house and bad guys coming to terrorize us." 9:28:59-9:29:13 this is the gate the intruder ran out of when he was shot police have picked him up and he has been taken into custody but the homeowner says this could have been way worse thankfully his children weren't home when this happened in henderson parker collins 13 action news. right now -- the search is on for a driver-- who may have been involved in a rollover accident-- that sent one person to the hospital. and only on 13 action news -- of the other vehicle-- jacob aguilar, passenger 10:48:20 i just remember when we hit, my seatbelt whipped, and i remember looking at him and him pulling the wheel trying to get away the crash happened overnight on decatur at flamingo. take a look at this video-- you can see the van was flipped completely upside down-- but the person inside only had minor injuries. crash-vo a man is dead this afternoon after crashing his scooter. police tell us the 53-year-old man veered off the road...crashed into a business and was thrown from the scooter
this was around 9:30 last night. police tell us he died at the hospital. chances are -- by now you've seen the story about the monkey on the loose at mccaran online somewhere... here's an update. the plane landed at mccarran last night around 11. metro says there was in fact a monkey on the plane...the owner had all the proper paperwork for the monkey because it's a service animal. initial reports were saying the monkey was loose on the plane...but officers told us the monkey was never loose. we are on story about one of cliven bundy's sons.... ryan bundy was involved in an altercation with deputies yesteryday - when he refused to be handcuffed. that's according to the associated press. his brother... ammon bundy... says it started because doctors were trying to remove a bullet from his shoulder without his consent. investigators want that bullet because it's one fired during the traffic stop that ended with lavoy finicum's death. the bundys and six other co-defendants are scheduled to go to trial for their alleged
center. the so-called "grim sleeper" serial killer has now been sentenced to death. a california judge upheld the death sentence for 63-year old lonnie david franklin junior. he was dubbed the "grim sleeper" because of a 13-year gap between killings. franklin was convicted earlier this year of killing nine women and a teenage girl from 1985 to 2007. a scathing report from the justice department finds violated people's constitutional rights. the police conduct primarily impacted the city's african-american residents... who were stopped, arrested, and victimized by excessive force more frequently. the doj investigation into the police department was triggered by the death of freddie gray last april. gray died after being transported in a police van. now to florida -- where investigators are working to figure out how a florida officer accidentally killed a
the 73-year-old victim was participating in a role playing event at "punta gorda police headquarters" called "shoot/don't shoot" when the accident happened, yesterday. abc's marci gonzalez reports for us this afternoon. police in florida- calling it a tragic accident? a woman volunteering at a community event on police safety- shot and killed by an officer? audio/phoner gfx/animation john wright witness / president of chamber of commerce phoner: we were all just standing there thinking she's gonna stand up in a minute. 73-year-ol former librarian-pictured here on facebook - was participating in a community role playing event designed to show the public in punta gorda, florida -what its like when police are forced to make split second decisions. these facebook pictures show a similar class back in march. witnesses at yesterday's citizen police academy event say- an officer fired at knowleton with what were supposed to be blanks?..but the gun mistakenly had at least one live round in it. chief tow lewis / punta gorda police department "during the first scenario in a horrible
with a live round. she was rushed to a hospital.. where she pronounced dead. today presser sot our deepest sympathy for the family and friends of mary knowleton//we are shocked by this horrific accident? and are grieving deeply over mary's passing? tag- the officer involved is on leave while the florida department of law enforcement investigates. mg abc news ny new this afternoon -- music legend lionel richie extending we'll tell you how many new shows he's adding and when you can score a ticket! then -- a group of pokemon go players are making this world a better place....how they're doing it? that's straight ahead. and we are continuing to stay on top of this story -- a man climbing a trump tower in new york city -- this is a live
the man, in spain, jumps the passenger tunnel... then runs out onto the air field... and tries waving down that plane. security was eventually able to stop the man... he was detained. the airport says it's now reviewing its security measures. others with pokeaid - v new hampshire has a new way to play the most popular game on the planet... pokemon go players in concord and manchester launched poke aid - a facebook grou asks players to bring a canned food item or cash to pokemon go gatherings we figured we'd hit on the popularity and collect for organizations like the nh food bank" "we've collected $67 and 301 canned food items for the nh food bank" poke aid also has bags of food on hand for needy people players see all the time...in parks and at landmarks. the group's motto is "gotta help em all". due to lost passport - v
fabulous italian honeymoon...all by himself! faizan patel and his new wife sana got married back in december and sana had planned a two-week trip to italy. but just two days before they were supposed to leave, she lost her passport! new hubby faizan went on the trip anyway. he tweeted a photo of himself with a picture of sana over an empty seat that is now going viral. there are some crazy stories out there about air-b-n-b... but this time a woman says her house was trashed -- causing her thousands of dollars in damage....but it's what she thinks was going on that will shock you! then -- a disturbing case of animal cruelty caught on camera. what this man is doing to his dogs that has people on edge. and we are continuing to stay on top of this story -- a man climbing a trump tower in new york city -- this is a live look (ad-lib)
streep who actually has a very good singing voice revealed what it was like portraying the lead character in "florence foster jenkins," the true story of the woman who had very poor singing ability but could sell out a theater. sot: streep: to sing badly? no, it was great fun. she was very specific in how she sang. florence foster jenkins opens in theaters friday. into mobile tech labs - v one north carolina man is on a mission -- to make labs in schools more accessible to all the students! sean maroni founded beta-box mobile labs two years ago. they come fully-stocked-- with whiteboards, laptops, 3-d printers, laser cutters, scanners and electronics to design and build.
inside shipping containers! there are only two of those but maroni hopes to build more this year. now, it's time to talk about the weather in our part of the world. let's go to 13 first alert chief meteorologist bryan scofield who has more. dry air puts up a fight for the southern nevada area as monsoonal moisture supported by remnants of javier push into the southwest. temperatures are expected to be the same tomorrow with highs with winds calmer during the afternoon compared to wednesday. the rain pushes east even further for friday and we are back to a summer sizzle. friday into the weekend we will get hit hard with heat. friday afternoon it is expected to warm about 5 degrees with the weekend pushing 110 degrees
just dates and tickets go on sale today! for a list of all the new dates go to our website at ktnv.com. a disturbing act of animal cruelty is caught on camera. you can see a man encouraging his dogs to attack a kitten! the video shows a man even poking the animal with a stick. the dog then grabs the kitten and runs away. that kitten was found mauled to death the next day. anti-violence activists are outraged, 022 its just a sadistic
offering a $1,500 reward for any information leading to an arrest. leading to an arrest. we've heard some horror stories about air-b-n-b -- but this one may top them all. a california woman says her renter was filming porn in her home and caused her thousands of dollars in damages! sharon marzouk documented the mess in a video posted on facebook. she says the woman left evidence produce pornography, including sex toys and a production note listing x-rated images she planned to shoot. as the pieces kinda fell into place, that she was more than likely using my bathroom as a business for her to take photos of herself, markzouk says her guest caused about 10 thousand dollars in water damages after leaving the bathtub water running.
you'd like to think you and your family members are safe in a nursing home. but the feds are now trying to make sure you don't get taken advantage of on social media. there are dozens of cases across the country of workers at nursing homes or assisted living centers, posting demeaning pictures on facebook or instagram. the images show everything from abuse.. to people living in the homes naked or even dead. now the government agency that oversees nursing homes is calling out state health about this. that includes making sure all nursing homes have policies to stop staff from taking those demeaning pictures. the feds are also setting uniform standards for how inspectors write up abuse. big news for our local fire departments this afternoon! senator harry reid announced today they will receive nearly four million in additional funding. the funds will be used to hire additional fire fighters and provide departments with some
emergency vehicles and protective gear. nearly all of those funds will go to north las vegas fire department and 200-thousand to henderson. pretty soon there will be no sand at any of our city parks. the big change is for safety reasons. the city of las vegas is getting rid of sand at all 68 of its parks, and replacing it with a squishy rubberized material. officials say they want the parks to be accomodating to all children, including those with disabilities. they also added they're sick of sand like glass and needles. "making sure that the safety of the young people is our utmost importance...making sure we have the opportunity to make sure the surfaces around the park are free and clear of any devices that can be harmful to our children" the change will cost taxpayers around 20-thousand dollars. and we are continuing to stay on top of this story -- a man climbing a trump tower in new york city -- this is a live
for over 300,000 nevadans, social security means a secure retirement. but in washington, congressman joe heck supports privatizing it... turning our savings over to wall street... and risking it on the stock market. heck's plan means
billions more in fees for wall street. and they've donated over half a million dollars to his campaigns. those numbers speak for themselves. joe heck is a threat to a secure retirement, because he's part of the problem in washington. afscme people is responsible for the content of this ad. afscme people is responsible i'm catherine cortez masto and i approve this message. it's a simple question. in washington, has congressman joe heck been standing up for you? heck voted ten times to defund planned parenthood. he even tried to shut down the federal government
polled will spend on average 273 dollars on school shopping. and that's just per kid. but you don't have to sweat the school supplies. mary moloney has ways to save you some money. for kids back to school means back to cool. but for parents -- back to school shopping can be stressful. according to a national survey -- nearly 30 percent of parents polled say back to school shopping puts a strain on family finances. (sara skirboll/shopping & trends expert, retailmenot):
parents in particular, are going to be buying their kids electronics for the back to school season. tablets, laptops, even smartphones and those things add up." but there are apps that can save your sanity while saving you some money. redlaser helps keep your help you find the best deals -- so you aren't paying more than you need to. shopkick gives you points just for walking in stores. which can be redeemed for a gift card. giving parents a little something too. and retail me not highlights the top stores. (sara skirboll/shopping & trends expert, retailmenot): "jc penny has great offers on apparel and accessories. bed, bath and beyond has great deals on everything from lunchboxes and binders even. sears and target also have really great steals and deals for back to school in particular." the savings may help you find some extra cash while others are finding dory. (sara skirboll/shopping & trends expert, retailmenot): "big box office hits are influencing back to school trends. star wars, frozen, angry birds