tv Action News 330pm ABC August 12, 2016 3:30pm-4:01pm PDT
off. plus ... a rape survivor blasts a judge over her attacker's sentence! she's upset at what it... doesn't include! but first.. donald trump doubles down on clinton as he tries to maintain peace within the republican party. your voice.. your vote in the race for the white house and a key battleground state giving donald trump some serious concerns. this as the billionaire is facing more scrutiny... over his tax returns. abc's karen travers has the latest from the campaign trail. nats pennsylvania is shaping up to be a must win state for donald trump. sot - donald trump . we win pennsylvania, we're gonna win it but polls show he's trailing hillary clinton
attacks. sot - donald trump hillary doesn't know what to do. did you see her yesterday? she has no clue about what we're talking about. folks, she has no clue. she has no clue and amid reports of tensions between trump and the republican party....today a strong show of support from rnc chair reince priebus. sot - reince priebus and don't believe you garbage you read. let me tell you something, donald trump, the republican party, all of you, we're going to put him in the white house and save this country together. night on fox news?trump brushed off questions about his campaign strategy. sot - donald trump don't know that we need to get out the vote. i think people that really want to vote, they will just get up and they're going to get out and they're going to vote for trump. hillary clinton today releasing her 2015 tax returns. running mate tim kaine did the same - 10 years worth. the democratic ticket putting public pressure on trump to do the same - so far he has refused. sot - donald trump i'll release them when the audit is
away to charity. and what a difference a year makes - the clintons income dropped nearly 15 million dropped in 2015...due to the fact that hillary clinton stopped giving paid speeches when she started campaigning. kt abc news washington. newly obtained video shows a houston police officer punching a woman in a chair inside a jail cell. sharon graves was arrested for d-u-i but refused a breath sample so a judge gave police a no-refusal warrant to test her blood. she again refused.. started to walk away from the officer.. then threw an elbow at him. that's when the officer threw her to the ground and punched her in the face before putting her in handcuffs. the police union says the officer's actions were
honestly see nothing there that disturbs me." (ray hunt/ ppou president) "i think most officers, including myself would have taken her down at that point." that officer has now been suspended pending the outcome of an investigation. graves is now facing additional felony assault charges. right now, a 6-year-old girl is fighting for her life... after being shot in the head! the violence erupting...in a chicago neighborhood. the little girl was playing with friends when....police say....someone walked up and opened fire! investigators don't think ...the child custody. victim husband speaks-vo the husband and son of a florida woman.. accidentally killed in a police training exercise.. say they forgive the officer who fired the shot. (steve knowlton/victim's son) "i wanna judge. i wanna be angry. i want my mom back. for one more day at least. just to say goodbye." (gary knowlton/victim's husband) "people make big mistakes and they shouldn't
gary and mary knowlton were married 55-years and had two children. he was there tuesday night when mary was accidentally shot and says he tried saving her life.. but was in shock and didn't know what to do. new information on the deadly parachute accident in northern california.... investigators now saying... the instructor who died during a jump with an 18-year-old... was never licensed or certified! b killed when their parachute malfunctioned...durin g their jump last week. "i would have immediately, absolutely stopped everything." the victim's mom says...she was concerned about the business taking unsafe shortcuts! she claims... they did not let her son finish watching the safety training video... even though it was his very first jump. the mom says.... she wants the company to be shut down....untilthe investigation is complete! former penn state assistant football coach jerry sandusky
the convicted child molester took the stand for the first time today as he tries to get his 2012 conviction overturned. the 72-year-old arrived at the philadelphia courthouse in an orange prison uniform. sandusky claims defense lawyers bungled the 2012 trial that led to a guilty verdict for abusing abusing 10 boys. he was sentenced to at least 30 years in prison. a judge's sentence....of a former colorado college student... is getting a lot of backlash. austin wilkerson....was classmate! court documents state.... he told friends she was passed out! but later... he claimed it was consensual! prosecutors wanted prison time. but instead....the judge sentenced him to two years of work release... and 20-to-life probation! many say the punishment is too light.... and reminiscent of a similarly conviction for stan-ford swimmer brock turner. the pentagon says no to pokemon go on government-issued phones and devices. military officials recently
pinpoint the locations of sensitive facilities where highly- classified information is stored. but.. it's still okay for pentagon staff can still play on their personal phones as long as they use "sound judgment." now to an incredible story of survival! three college students got lost while exploring a cave in arkansas! they were trapped underground... for nearly 30 hours! they survived by huddling togethr. and to stay warm.... they breathed ino their own shirts to create hot air! sot sherwood pre-tape: initially we were panicked about not being able to make it out but after that, like, we got into survival mode you could say and we got ourselves hunkered down and thought we'd decided to wait it out that student's wife notified first responders! they raced to the scene! and with the help of some cave experts...
mile-and-a half is officially mapped! the students heard them... they started yelling and whistling to get their attention! thanks to the rescue crew...they were all able to make it out safely! a texas man gets a nasty suprise when when he went in his garage and found a large alligator hanging out.. and it had a bad attitude when he tried to get it to leave. we'll show you how it turned out. plus... an oklahoma woman went to a dating service looking for love... but she left with a lawsuit! the company. ((bryan)) 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 in google play. an oklahoma woman sues a
5- thousand dollars form "ambiance matchmaking" in small claims court. but now.. it's refusing to pay. (jane woods/sued matchmaking service) "i was not looking for a marriage partner but someone i would be compatible with." (leslie wardman/ambiance matchmaking founder) "we've worked hard for this lady and now she's asking above and beyond what she paid us." her lawyer says it's not the only complaint against the and other clients have reportedly made similar claims and filed lawsuits. now for a look at the top stories now trending! some deep-fried deliciousness... and america's favorite cookie has a new flavor. but first, a texas homeowner got quite a scare when he opened his garage door. he was met by a 9-foot.. 300 pound alligator. he immidiately called in authorities.. but even they had a tough time getting the gator to leave. it thrashed around in the garage for a while until they finally got the upper hand.
walmart is now selling frozen....deep-fried twinkies! the retail giant started selling the amazing products on thursday... at some of its stores! a nationwide rollout... will happen on august 16. the deep-fried twinkies come in two flavors: original golden and chocolate. and not to be outdone.. oreo has a new cookie. it's a lim fish oreo that can only be purchased in the kroger supermarket chain. that includes smith's.. which is owned by the kroger company. some people are reportedly buying them and selling them on amazon and e-bay for as much as a 400% markup. for more stories trending right now.. go to ktnv.com. and to sound off.. join us on twitter.
anchors adlib and toss to bryan by the weekend, the valley will be back to the summer sizzle! highs will range 5 to 10 degrees above normal coming close to 110 with some areas warmer! winds will be mild through the weekend; between 5 and 15 mh. remember to prep yourselves for the heat and never leave pets or people in cars. by monday and tuesday the heat holds but then the winds pick
gusts up to 25 mph. a disturbance does move in by wednesday into thursday allowing for clouds to build and there is a hint of some rain chances to the valley thursday morning but it is too far out to confirm a solid chance for rain. temperatures however, will slowly fall to around normal values by the end of the week.
and 80 overnights. day 7 of the summer olympics in rio and team the games. but.. there was also an epic upset on the soccer field. abc's jim ryan has the latest from rio. the women's soccer quarterfinals ended in heartbreak for the united states. the americans - defending gold medal champs -were favored to win gold - but instead were
the swedes scored first in the 61st minute. then alex morgan tied things up in the 78th minute. but on a penalty kick, sweden's lisa dahlkvist beat an outmaneuvered hope solo for the win. for the first time in olympic history, the u-s women's soccer team goes home without a medal. in basketball, the us women's team beat the undefeated canadians in a blowout to advance. the us women have never failed to take home the gold. one day after becoming the first african-american to win an individual gold medal in swimming, simone mane back in the water for the 50-meter freestyle preliminaries. manuel advanced with the 11th fastest time -- 24.71 seconds. american abbey weitzeil also advanced. in the women's shot put preliminaries, american michele carter qualified for tonight's final. she broke the nineteen- meter mark with a nineteen point oh one. in men's quarterfinals tennis, twenty-second ranked american steve johnson fell to defending champ andy murray of britain 6- 0, 4-5, and 7-6. murray could become the first
medals. u-s archer brady ellison advanced to the quarterfinals in men's individual archery. he outshot fellow american zach garrett 6-4. [stills of simone biles from last night] and simone biles is still basking in the glow of her gold medal performance thursday. she put on a master class in the art of gymnastics. but simone is not resting on her laurels. sot simone biles, us gymnast "i can still improve on vault, beam and floor i had a very like my first vault can still be a little bit better." and it's not easy being green -- they still haven't solved that problem with green algae in the water. it's disrupting the olympic schedule.: sot mario andrada rio olympics spokesman "just this morning, a training session was cancelled because we need to have the water still so we can clean it faster and easier. we reiterate what we've been saying: the water doesn't offer any threat to the health of the athletes." jim ryan, abc news,
lewdness with a teenager. brown, who is also known as "coach willis" is reportedly director of the boys and girls club on southern highlands parkway. during the investigation, detectives discovered two more victims. in today's healthy living.. marijuana use has made inroads into the mainstream over the past few years. but does that mean there are more regular smokers? mary moloney has a look at a new study. eye-opening new data on marijuana. a new gallup poll says the number of adult american pot smokers has nearly doubled in that breaks down to 1 in 8 people...according to the telephone survey of 1,000 people. a 20-14 government study found cannabis to be the most commonly used illicit drug. recreational marijuana is now legal in the western states of colorado, oregon, alaska, and washington. gallup said residents in the west were more likely to say they smoked pot. voters in five other states will decide on legalizing weed this november.
from a variety of diseases and other medical conditions. among them -- cancer, epilepsy, and alzheimer's. the drug enforcement agency lists marijuana as a schedule one drug -- the same category as heroin. d-e-a officials say pot use has been linked to numerous physical and mental issues. for today's health minute i'm mary moloney. still ahead...a final look at your forecast! and.. before we head to break.. a look at tonight's abc primetime lineup. at 8 -- shark tank at 9 -- what would you do? at 10 -- 20/20 at take a look at this view from chopper 13... bringing you breaking news fast and first. we'll be right back. a quick look at some of the top
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killed a woman....near 95 and valley view... they say the
woman was found dead inside a home.. police say.... a third man stays at the home person of interest. police have just released surveillance video of a vehicle of interest in a murder investigation. police believe it may be linked to the death of 60-year-old heriberto diaz. diaz was shot and killed back in february near lake mead and marion.. but no suspects have been identified. metro wants to know if you recognize this man! he's accused of choking a woman...knocking her out... before taking off with some of her stuff! this happened in broad daylight yesterday.... near twain and maryland
police want to hear from you immediately. coming up on 13 action news.. live at 5... forget the gun, knife and duct tape. this woman is using a new weapon to get the goods - and it's taking shoplifting to a whole new low. those stories and more on 13 action news.. live at 5. then later.. all new on 13 action news live at 6.. did you know you cannot get pulled over in nevada just for not wearing a seatbelt? it's a little known fact... but now one group....backed by a lawmaker...is fighting to get that that story, tonight at six. by the weekend, the valley will be back to the summer sizzle! highs will range 5 to 10 degrees above normal coming close to 110 with some areas warmer! winds will be mild through the weekend; between 5 and 15 mph. holds but then the winds pick allowing for clouds to build and there is a hint of some temperatures however, will that does it for 13 action news live at 3:30.. but stay with us for judge judy up next. we'll be back in 60 minutes for
>> judge judy: you misjudged. >> i misjudged her speed. >> announcer: they went bumper to bumper. >> judge judy: whose fault is that? >> she was going way too fast. >> judge judy: were you cited for speeding? >> no, ma'am. >> announcer: now they're face-to-face. >> judge judy: she doesn't look like a nut to me, that she sped up just to hit you. >> i don't think she was paying attention. she had had an epidural shot, and she obviously was not in the right mind.
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 sarah ashbrook is suing fellow motorist maria sauls for an accident on the road. maria claims the accident is sarah's fault. >> byrd: order! all rise! calendar in the matter of ashbrook vs. sauls. parties have been sworn in. you may be seated. have a seat. >> judge judy: each of you claim that the other is responsible for an automobile accident that occurred on what date? >> september 18th, your honor, 2012. >> judge judy: we're gonna start with you, ms. sauls. who was driving on rocky knoll lane? >> i was. >> judge judy: and on mojave drive, ms. ashbrook, you were driving in which direction?