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we're hearing a person may have been hit. parker collins just got to the scene parker what can you see out there? parker adlibs scene
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ago... another person was killed after being hit by a nellis. police say the 60-year-old man was in a crosswalk but the driver had the green light and the right of way. the driver stayed on scene and police say he did not seem impaired and was not speeding.
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concerned about coyotes in their neighborhood-- and only our cameras caught one of the wild animals in action! neighbors say dozens of pets are being killed. marissa kynaston is live near boulder highway and tropicana... marissa we spotted these coyotes just minutes after they held a meeting about them? you can see how high these walls are-- our cameras caught a coyote jumping on top of
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can see the coyote walk across the street-- then easily jump on top of the brick wall-- eventually-- jumping down-- into somebodys backyard. again-- this happened right after neighbors held a meeting last night-- the department of wildlife spent an hour and a half explaining coyote issues to the them. community leaders say right now-- its about education. richard carrillo assemblyman district 18 18:59:09:15 to me, i think we have to be a better community partn realize that they're not a bad thing to have, because they do take care of rodents that you wouldn't want coming into your home the department of wildlife also gave neighbors tips on how to keep the coyotes away-- i'll have those later in the newscast. mk-- 13an. a person is rushed to the hospital after a small fire breaks out at the aria.
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dishwashing machine in one of the kitchens. the sprinkler system took care of the flames before crews got there, but there was a lot of residual smoke. one person was treated for smoke inhalation. only the dishwasher was damaged. right now over 2-dozen people are injured and another 5 to seven are right now over 2-dozen people are injured and another 5 to seven are unaccounted for after an explosion and fire outside of washington d-c. explosion and fire outside of washington d-c. here's a look at the scene from just hours ago. fire crews say at least five to seven resident are still unaccounted for -- crews are using dogs to search for the missing. at least 25 people and two firefighters are injured. fire crews say many people were injured after jumping out of windows to save themselves or dropping their children out windows. officials think natural gas contributed to the explosion. right now one person is recovering from serious
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police say the truck just took off afterwards. this video shows the scene near charleston and maryland parkway around 7 last night. the person on the bike was taken to umc trauma, but is expected to survive. somem a viewer... shows people rushing into help a driver.. after their car rolls over during a crash. here you see the good samaritans running to help the driver trapped inside the car. metro says around 6-30, two cars collided at rainbow and warm springs. and one of them then hit the median and flipped. amazingly the person inside the rolled car was alert and conscious when they were taken to the hospital. rhonda mikulich, homeowner "i sat there omg omg omg it sounded like a freight train" a valley couple is picking up the pieces this morning... after some powerful winds ripped through part of their home. chopper 13 giving us an aerial view of the damage to the home near twain and nellis. rhonda mikulich says she was sitting in her craft room
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"i could see the dirt devil coming. then i could hear the noise and i saw pieces of awning flying and i thought it was gonna come through my window" (butted with) "i heard a big whirl wind and all of a sudden i heard the awnings pull from the roof" the couple says they know repairing all the damage will be a struggle, but they're just happing nothing happened to either of them or their cars. get ready for a face-off between olympia rio. the biggest challenge getting in michael phelps way of collecting yet another gold medal-- his teammate ryan lock-tee. they'll be competing against each other in the 200-meter individual medley. phelps is the three-time reigning olympic champion in this event. 1:51-1:59 "10 meters left for katie ledecky and the united states.. and as expected the u-s women win gold!" meanwhile, their teammate katie ledecky is adding yet another
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freestyle relay. the 19 year old now has 3 gold medals. and on the beach... defending gold medalist kerri walsh jennings and her partner april ross are keeping their winning streak alive. 1:30-1:43 "this might be it... for the win... it is out of bounds! that is it! the americans survive switzerland! the final score there-- was two to one. the americans will take on new details on the woman fatally shot by a police officer during a safety demonstration... plus-- hear the message her family has for that officer this morning. right now-- police all over the area near sahara and eastern investigating a crash. we're hearing a person may have been hit. parker collins it at the scene
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right now-- metro is asking for your help tracking down a man who's been breaking into slot machines.
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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 in order to eliminate funding for planned parenthood. and heck's against a woman's right to choose and supports overturning roe v wade which would allow states to criminalize abortion. joe heck. part of the problem in washington.
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died after being hit. parker collins it at the scene gathering more details. state authorities in florida are now trying to figure out how live ammunition made its way into a gun that was being used in a police an elderly woman. the victim, 73 year old mary knowlton was a retired librarian. her family says they are devastated.. but they know it was an accident, and they forgive the officer. steve knowlton, son she really supported the police here and that's why they went there last night just to show their support. the police chief says the
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the community outreach workshops. what do you do.. when you're security cameras children... actually put them in danger. i feel like i've failed. because i'm not protecting them they're in my house! the new warning about the dangers of web cameras.. that's next. plus... a service monkey on a plane causes some chaos at mccarran.. but now we're learning why the people on the flight thought the animal had been smuggled in. and chopper breaking news... we know one person has been killed in an accident near sahara and eastern. we've got parker collins on the ground... you can see lanes are being blocked off. yasmeen hassan has how you can
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high pressure from the pacific makes its way onto shore and with dry air to support it; we
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stay rather cooler; ranging between 98 and 103 degrees valley wide. winds will be mild between 5 and 15 mph put of the south/southeast so any major kick up in dust, sand, and pollen will not be a concern today. uv rays between 11am and 4pm will be on the very high side allowing a burn time of only 15
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by friday and the rest of the forecast, sunny skies take over and the heat returns to the valley. friday yields normal values for this time of years between 102 and 106 degrees but by saturday and clear into next tuesday, high temperatures will range between 106 to 111 degrees with central las vegas hovering between 108 and 109 degrees. or at extreme levels to taking breaks in the shade or a/c would be wise along with drinking plenty of water and wearing sunscreen. a mild breeze picks up monday and tuesday but with gusts featured only at 25 mph. breaking right now...power is
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drying trend and a major heat up! today, high temperatures will stay rather cooler; south/southeast so any major kick up in dust, sand, and pollen will not be a concern today. uv rays between 11am and 4pm will be on the very high side allowing a burn time of only 15 min so wearing sunscreen would be wise today. by friday and the rest o forecast, sunny skies take over and the heat returns to the valley. friday yields normal values for this time of years between 102 central las vegas hovering between 108 and 109 degrees. uv ray will either be very high or at extreme levels to taking a mild breeze picks up monday and tuesday but with gusts featured only at 25 mph. breaking right now...power is back on for 2-thousand people near sahara and valley view.
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on for 2-thousand people near sahara and valley view. n-v energy reportd the power will be back on around 8 a-m this morning....but they got it back on early! the economy is rebounding and unempmloyment is low... but here in the valley we're still hurting. nevada has one of the highest unemployment rates in the country. it's also the toughest state to find a full-time job. that's according to the website, 24-7 wallstreet. our under-employment rate is about 13-percent. that's because a lot of people work part time.. ends meet. "i agree--i see it--i feel it--absolutely." "you got to make choices between bills you're going to pay and what you can do with and without." about one of four nevadans work in the arts, entertainment and service sectors for casinos, hotels and restaurants.. which is sometimes only part-time or seasonal work. a texas mom makes a horrifying discovery-- video of her kids' bedroom was being streamed live
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the feed from the web-camera the mom uses to keep an eye on the twin daughters was hacked. the images were found on the website "live stream viewer" by a mom in oregon... two thousand miles away. but she immediately reached out to the texas mother on facebook. people are watching my kids in their home, dressing sleeping playing, it's your parents worst night mare. security experts say if the systems are connected to the internet, then the cameras are the mom says she has since changed her wi-fi password. a man's security alarm goes off... and then he sees someone in his backyard... walking closer and closer to his home. backyard... walking closer and closer to his home. and.. only on 13 action news-- hear the homeowner describe the moment he opened fire on the intruder. chopper 13 staying over breaking news... we know one person has been killed in an accident near sahara and eastern. we've got parker collins on the ground...
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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.ck's e
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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. makes its way onto shore and with dry air to support it; we
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stay rather cooler; ranging between 98 and 103 degrees kick up in dust, sand, and allowing a burn time of only 15 and the heat returns to the valley. friday yields normal values for this time of years between 102 and 106 degrees but by saturday between 108 and 109 degrees. uv ray will either be very high wearing sunscreen. a mild breeze picks up monday and tuesday but with gusts featured only at 25 mph. new details this morning...
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airlines plane... we're now learning why a flight attendant thought the animal was smuggled on the plane. reps from mccarran say "bananas" is a service animal, and was taken through security. but the owner never told the airline about the monkey... and instead snuck bananas in his duffle bag. during the flight, an attendant noticed the monkey in the passenger's shirt. but when they landed the man showed metro all the required papers. in wiki-leaks is offering a hefty reward for information aboud a democratic national committee staffer's murder. abc's linzie janis reports on why that offer is fueling conspiracy theories. < in this morning's gma first look, a new interview with wikileaks founder julian assange is reigniting conspiracy theories about the death of democratic national committee staffer seth rich julian assange: there's a 27-year- old who works for the dnc, who was shot in the back--murdered-- although assange would not say whether rich was a wikileaks source -
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offering a 20- thousand-dollar reward. it was an unprompted discussion of rich, who police say was likely killed in a botched robbery on july 10 near his washington, dc home, grfx while d.c. police tell abc news "there is no indication that seth rich's death is connected to his employment at the dnc," conspiracy theorists suggest rich may be connected to the tranche of e-mails leaked by assange's group just before the democratic convention... and we'll have more investigation coming up at 7am - with your gma first look, i'm linzie janis, abc news, new york. > we are staying on top of breaking news right now.. one person is dead after a crash near sahara and eastern. yasmeen hassan is watching how this is affecting traffic-- and we've got parker collins at the scene--parker? breaking right now-- one person is dead after a crash
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we've got chopper 13 fast and first over the scene. our whole team is tracking this story for you. yasmeen hassan is watching how this is affecting your commute. but let's start with parker collins--- who was first to the scene parker? parker adlibs scene high pressure from the pacific makes its way onto shore and with dry air to support it; we will fall back into a drying
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today, high temperatures will stay rather cooler; ranging between 98 and 103 degrees winds will be mild between 5 and 15 mph put of the uv rays between 11am and 4pm will be on the very high side forecast, sunny skies take over and the heat returns to the valley. friday yields normal values for this time of years between 102 and 106 degrees but by saturday and clear into next tuesday, high temperatures will range between 106 to 111 degrees with breaks in the shade or a/c would be wise along with drinking plenty of water and right now-- neighborhoods on
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say coyotes have attacked several pets in the last few weeks. and our cameras even caught one of them.. just roaming through their community. marissa kynaston is live near boulder highway and tropicana with video you'll only see on good morning las vegas. marissa? you can see how high these walls are-- our cameras caught a coyote jumping on top of these walls last night-- the department of wildlife says-- theyre coming here-- because the department of wildlife talked with the neighbors last night-- and they explained the best way to get rid of them-- is to make sure theyre not comfortable. right now-- they have east access to food and water-- so they keep coming back. thats why officials said moving the coyotes to a different location-- doesnt work. the department of wildlife told the neighbors-- its important to clean up after feeding pets outside-- and avoid leaving extra water outside. they say the availability of
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mk-- 13an. "a female was saying 'don't shoot' and a 434 was heard... they're advising an intruder was in the backyard and her boyfriend fired at the subject." only on 13 action news-- we're hearing from the henderson homeowner who opened fire on a man... who was in his backyard. it's an update to a story you saw first on good morning las vegas. tried to break into his garage.. and that's his alarm went off. and he says while his girlfriend was on the phone with 9-1-1... he could see the man inching closer to a window. michael torjman, homeowner 9:13:49-9:13:58 "it was nerve wracking it was something i never thought i'd have to experience i'm glad my children weren't home at the time because that would've been traumatizing for them if they would've experienced that." the bullet grazed the intruder's head and he took off, but police found him nearby and arrested him.
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headlines this morning. once again hillary clinton's emails are under fire. the state department just released a new batch of emails from clinton's time as secretary of state. trump says some of them prove she was exchanging donations to the clinton foundations... in exchange for favors from the state department. clinton's campaign responded saying she never took action as secretary of state.. because of donations to the foundation. meanwhile, trump is facing his own criticism this morning after he calls president obama the found isis is honoring president obama. he is the founder of isis. (cut to) and i would say the cofounder would be crooked hillary clinton. the white house is declining to comment on trump's remarks. hillary clinton has not responded yet. just in this morning... hillary clinton says she will
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sources say her running mate time kaine is also expected to release his returns from the last 10 years. parker adlibs scene maryland fire... the former attorney general hoping to replace harry reid in
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the senate says she is against the education savings account program. catherine cortez masto says the program takes away money from public schools. investments like governor sandoval's tax package that was approved last year. through the esa program parents can use state funds for things like private school tuition. it's on hold right now, because there are two lawsuits challenging it. it's almost time to go back to school... and for some families.. getting their kids the supplies they need can be a struggle-- so its teachers who often step up and buy them with their own
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this need, and wanted to help too. "well-health quality care" held a raffle, and 16 lucky teachers got 500 dollar gift cards to office depot. our crews caught up with some of them during their shopping spree. elizabeth alvarez ccsd teacher "you don't tell them oh i bought this for you don't have something. you just let them know that they are special and that they deserve this." the school district gives teachers a 200 dollar stipend at the beggining of the year - to help purchase supplies for studens it looks like the raiders don't just have their eyes on las vegas right now... find out why the team is spending time in northern nevada... and why it's actually a good sign! greg adlibs weather forecast tease and i'm tracking your roads... good morning, coming up on gma - breaking overnight - a
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- at least 25 people rushed to the hospital - residents forced to jump from upper story balconies - firefighters search the rubble for survivors - what
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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.
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speed may not be available in your area. call today. ?? greg talks about videos of dust
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makes its way onto shore and with dry air to support it; we will fall back into a drying trend and a major heat up! today, high temperatures will stay rather cooler; ranging between 98 and 103 degrees valley wide. winds will be mild between 5 and 15 mph put of the south/southeast so any major pollen will not be a concern today. uv rays between 11am and 4pm will be on the very high side allowing a burn time of only 15 min so wearing sunscreen would be wise today. by friday and the rest of the forecast, sunny skies take over and the heat returns to the valley. friday yields normal values for this time of years between 102 and 106 degrees but by saturday and clear into next tuesday, high temperatures will range between 106 to 111 degrees with central las vegas hovering
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or at extreme levels to taking breaks in the shade or a/c would be wise along with drinking plenty of water and wearing sunscreen. a mild breeze picks up monday and tuesday but with gusts featured only at 25 mph. drying trend and a major heat up! today, high temperatures will stay rather cooler; ranging between 98 and 103 degrees valley wide. winds will be mild between 5 and 15 mph put of the kick up in dust, sand, and allowing a burn time of only 15 min so wearing sunscreen would be wise today. by friday and the rest of the forecast, sunny skies take over and the heat returns to the valley. friday yields normal values for this time of years between 102 and 106 degrees but by saturday and clear into next tuesday, high temperatures will range between 106 to 111 degrees with central las vegas hovering would be wise along with drinking plenty of water and
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and tuesday but with gusts featured only at 25 mph. just in this morning.... macys says they'll be closing another 1-hundred stores. this is in thei to adapt to customer's shifting preferences for online shopping. macys didn't say whcih stores are closing....but say they will close early next year. a woman turns to 13 action news... because she says her complex expects her to stay in her apartment... after it was damaged by a fire. margaret daugherty says her stove caught fire two weeks ago, so she's been staying in a hotel with help from her renter's insurance.
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management gave her a new stove. but the cabinets are still torched, and she says they expect her to finish out her lease there. 12.53.05 i want people to know that you can't just go around treating people like this 09 our investigative team went to the complex, but we have not heard back from management yet. we also emailed their parent company and we'll let you know what they say. bringing the raiders to las vegas is now a state-wide project! representatives of the raiders and the sands corporation were in reno yesterday. possibility of moving the raiders to las vegas and building a practice field and training center in reno. they haven't decided on a location but it could be on the campus of u-n-r or at a rodeo venue. the thought is a practive facility in reno would help create and sustain a state-wide fan base. the governor would still have to call a special legislative session... for lawmakers to approve a tax hike that would fund the stadium.
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las vegas native turned... major league baseball star bryce harper apparently plans to spend a little more time in henderson. according to the l-a times... harper just dropped 2-point-7 million dollars on this mansion in a gated community. the house features a cascading water wall.. and a floating staircase . the 23-year old plays for the washington nationals, but he also went to las vegas high school and attended the college of southern nevada. another big showdown in rio... today simone biles and aly raisman will be going head to head in the women's individual all around finals. both women already took home the gold in the team final-- but only one of them will come out on top in the all around. now to the basketball court.. where both of our teams are dominating. the women beat serbia-- 110 to 84 1:15-1:20 there's anthony... yes! and the men led by knicks player carmelo anthony defeated
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against france. a baseball fan tries to catch a foul ball... but he forgot about all the food he was holding... the video-- is now trending this morning... :05-:13 "he's going for the catch... he did it to himself! oh... wow." the man at the pirates-padres game was going for the foul ball... and you see his plate flies right into his face. he also dropped his beer... but he seems to be a good sport about it-- laughing it off. president obama is enjoying another day of golf with some basketball greats on his martha's vineyard vacation. the president was spotted teeing off with former n-b-a all-stars alonzo mourning and
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n-b-a stars steph curry and chris paul earlier this week. the first family is on martha's vineyard for their annual two-week summer vacation. you can check out all of the stories trending today... on our ktnv mobile app our whole team is following breaking news for you this morning... chopper 13 fast and first over a fatal accident near sahara and eastern. yasmeen hassan has all the lane closures you need to know about. and we've got parker collins on the ground. breaking ri person is dead after a crash near sahara and eastern.
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i'm catherine cortez masto and i approve this message. it's a simple question.
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heck voted ten times to defund planned parenthood. he even tried to shut down the federal government in order to eliminate funding for planned parenthood. and heck's against a woman's right to choose and supports overturning roe v wade which would allow states to criminalize abortion. joe heck. part of the problem in washington.
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we've got chopper 13 fast and first over the scene. plus... yasmeen hassan is watching how this is affecting your commute. and parker collins first to the scene. parker do we know right now? parker adlibs scene a community reaches out to us concerned about coyotes in
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cameras caught one of the wild animals in action! neighbors say dozens of pets are being killed. marissa kynaston is live near boulder highway and tropicana... marissa? you can see how high these walls are-- our cameras caught
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take a look at the video-- you can see the coyote walk across the street-- then easily jump on top of the brick wall-- eventually-- jumping down-- into somebodys backyard. again-- this happened right after neighbors held a meeting community leaders say right now-- its about education. richard carrillo assemblyman district 18 18:59:09:15 to me, community partner with them, realize that they're not a bad thing to have, because they do take care of rodents that you wouldn't want coming into your home the department of wildlife also gave neighbors tips on how to keep the coyotes away-- i'll have those later in the newscast. mk-- 13an. high pressure from the pacific
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support it; we will fall back into a drying trend and a major heat up! today, high temperatures will stay rather cooler; ranging between 98 and 103 degrees valley wide. winds will be mild between 5 and 15 mph put of the south/southeast so any major kick up in dust, sand, and pollen will not be a concern today. uv rays between 11am and 4pm will be on the very high side allowing a burn time of only 15 be wise today. by friday and the rest of the forecast, sunny skies take over and 106 degrees but by saturday between 108 and 109 degrees. featured only at 25 mph. we'll see you back here for good morning america is next... we'll see you back here for
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good morning, america. good morning, america. breaking news as we come on the air. a massive explosion rocks an entire apartment complex. >> it appears there was some sort of explosion. the debris covers the entire road. >> residents climbing out windows, dropping children to safety as hundreds of firefighters battle the three-alarm blaze. at least 25 people rushed to the hospital. the search for survivors is on right now. a s.w.a.t. team takes down a suicide bomber near the u.s. border. the isis supporter planning to attack a major city. a dramatic confrontation overnight. hillary clinton doubles down accuses donald trump of inciting violence against her and the moment this man scales trump tower looking for a meeting with the republican nominee. and big wins for the golden girls of team usa. >> she's a full second ahead. >> katie ledecky anchors a huge victory in the 400-meter relay as michael phelps and ryan

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