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this is a live look at the scene right now. north las vegas police are investigating there and tell us they do not have any suspects in custody. detecitves are just releasing new information saying there was a large group of people in the parking lot and that's when some kind of fight broke out and two people were shot. we're working to get more information and as soon as we do we'll pass it along to you. an elderly man...hit and killed by a car... near las vegas boulevard and police say the man was hit while trying to cross the street with a walker... he was taken to the hospital in critical condition where he later died. the driver stayed on scene and is cooperating with investigators. police say the victim was not using a cross walk at the time...in fact he was just feet away from it. las vegas metro police ...having a deadly night on the roads. one person is dead and another recovering after this crash near colton and lamb. police say a car slammed into a flatbed trailer with a stack of re-bar. a passenger in the car died on scene and the driver was taken
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to be ok. police are conducting d-u-i tests to see if that was a factor. over in georgia -- an officer shot and killed overnight. he was responding to a call of a suspicious person when he was gunned down. it happened in the small town of east-man. the killer remains on the run right now. breaking overnight -- in milwaukee at least one officer is in the hospital right now after protests turned violent. it's all because of an officer-involved shooting in which a man was killed. a gas fire along with other business in the city. the milwaukee fire department said they couldn't fight the fire because protesters were also shooting there. police say there were around a thousand people out on the streets. one of the officers was hurt when someone threw a brick through a squad-car window, hitting him in the head. it's not yet clear how many people were arrested but officers were seen putting some protesters in handcuffs. let's now send things over to 13 first alert meteorologist dan bronis.
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record temps to the area for the next couple of days as highs top out around 110 with dry conditions on both sunday and monday. monday we'll start to feel the effect of two systems that will affect area weather throughout the week. the first, small system will bring some breezes starting monday and will pass to our north through tuesday morning. we may see some high clouds as california coast throughout the week. it will keep us breezy through wednesday and drop highs to 106 on tuesday and wednesday. as it makes its way down the saturday. at this point it doesn't look like it will bring us much moisture other than a few extra clouds, so at this point we'll southwest correctly, we may get a shot at rain late in the week. this morning a local senior community is finally cleaned up after a sinkhole ...we first told you about yesterday --
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only on 13 action news. it all went down yesterday morning -- in the promenade at the meadows -- an apartment complex near decatur and alta. members of this senior community woke up early in the morning to see water gushing down the street. " the water was rushing clear down the street.". "it was just gushing water and our neighbors car, the front driver's s hole." that neighbor was danny larkin who says he is just lucky he wasn't hurt. "i was going to subway to get a sandwich and i seen a bit of water and i didn't take any notice of it. the next thing was my car landing in a home and i couldn't get it out." "we've seen leeks in here before along this area so i didn't realize that there was a hole, you know want i mean?" the water district cleaned up the scene and danny's car was
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right now -- police are looking for a suspected robber. metro -- releasing this surveillance still -- late last night. the man tried robbing a convenience store -- last month in the northeast. he told employees he had a gun. but they didn't see one. the suspect did not get away with any money. this morning-- a teenage girl is recovering -- after a frightening day on mount charleston. a viewer -- sent this video of the rescue. the 13-year-old -- is in the hospital wth head injuries. yesterday morning -- hiking with her brother on the cathedral trail. this is the picture from that hike. he turns back -- she does not. he reports his sister -- missing after two p-m. there's no word yet how she was injured. right now -- a las vegas cop -- is behind bars -- accused of possessing child pornography. metro arrested one of their very own -- officer ruben delga-dillo on friday. he's being held at the clark county jail. officials say -- someone tipped
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investigating. many folks saying --they feel betrayed. harry clark las vegas resident they're supposed to protect and serve, but if they're doing something like that its kind of dangerous because everyone has children. i wouldn't want my child being on his computer." delgadillo joined the police department in july -- 2015 he is on unpaid leave -- pending the outcome of the investigation. one person is recovering at the hospital after being shot yesterday. it happened near washington and easter police are investigating. whoever pulled the trigger -- is still out there. in north las vegas -- a robbery turns deadly. a man is shot and killed -- yesterday-- near owens and main. you saw this story first right here on good morning las vegas. investigators say -- the victim is a 51-year-old man. there are no witnesses -- no suspects. if you know anything about this murder -- call police right away. right now -- at least two people are dead after historic floods hit the south. louisiana in the state of emergency and several people
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times of horror. plus -- taking advantage of the people who are trying to "catch em all" -- what you need to look out for, so you don't lose
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historic flooding in the area. in baton rouge.. more than 2 feet of rain falling in 24 just hours.. entire neighborhoods underwater... the national guard called in... more than 12-hundred rescues...and at least three have been killed. residents say they barely had time to escape... at this hour -- the biggest threat -- those rivers still
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baton rouge. floodwaters ravaging louisiana ? and after hundreds of high-water rescues - tonight some are still stranded. nats - you're ok emergency crews working around the clock - firefighters in waist-deep water ? hoisting residents to safety. sot: this could have ended really badly if they didn't come and help us out. these families escaping taking only what they can carry nns wwl la tangipahoa parish flooding we lost trailers, our apartment, our house has gone under//there's nothing left, nothing louisiana in a state of emergency after record torrential rainfall - the drenched with 21 inches in 24 hours. 3 people still missing and 2 dead - including a man who was swept away from his home. sot: my son came to pick us up and get us out the water. me, my son and another guy tried to get him but it was too late. this family in denham springs rushing to get out of their home as the water started rising. 14:01:42 q how quickly did the
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mena all this happened in the last 10 minutes. mhhmm [nods head yes] the only way in and out of the flood zone - by boat - the water rising all the way up to the window in these homes - dangerous these waters are look at that stop sign, that street sign and that car right around the bend almost completely submerged. nat - come on mam we got you sot: ive been out here since 5 friday morning in baker?police chief carl dunn working nonstop to rescue anyone he can. "chief:w sorry to see ya'll go through this. you can sit right next to me, ma'am." tonight - some residents still trapped ? major highways closed ? and authorities urging people to stay off the road sot: if the sign says road closed, it's there for a reason and we all know what mean road closed means, don't cross it. that was phillip mena reporting. a different weather pattern is hitting the east coast.
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excessive heat warning in three years with temperatures climbing into the triple-digits. mos: this is ridiculous. mos: the heat's really killer mos: this feels like an oven. experts say it's worse in major cities because skyscrapers and streets are absorbing and radiating the heat. this year -- at least 27 children have died after being experts say -- always stay hydrated and try to stay indoors between 10am and 4pm. those are the most dangerous hours to be out in these temperatures. high pressure will bring near record temps to the area for the next couple of days as highs top out around 110 with dry conditions on both sunday and monday. monday we'll start to feel the effect of two systems that will affect area weather throughout the week. the first, small system will bring some breezes starting
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we may see some high clouds as it passes through. the next system is a larger pacific system that look like it will linger its way down the california coast throughout the week. it will keep us breezy through wednesday and drop highs to 106 on tuesday and wednesday. as it makes its way down the coast it will continue to temps by a few more degrees. highs will drop to 103 thursday, 102 friday and 101 saturday. at this point it doesn't look like it will bring us much moisture other than a few extra clouds, so at this point we'll call for dry conditions for the next seven
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position itself to our southwest correctly, we may get a shot at rain late in the week. high pressure will bring near record temps to the area for the next couple of days as highs top out around 110 with dry conditions on both sunday and monday. monday we'll start to feel the effect of two sys will affect area weather throughout the week. the first, small system will bring some breezes starting monday and will pass to our north through tuesday morning. we may see some high clouds as it passes through. the next system is a larger pacific system that look like it will linger its way down the california coast throughout the week.
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temps by a few more degrees. highs will drop to 103 moisture other than a few extra position itself to our southwest correctly, we may get a shot at rain late in the week. ((ad-lib at desk)) - sv michael phelps says he's retiring after scoring that historic 23 gold medal. that's more than any other athlete in history. but back when he was sixteen, phelps said he wl with just one gold. (michael phelps, u.s. olympic swimmer): "one of my long-term goals is to win the gold medal in athens and go in more than one event, so i mean i have a lot of goals but i think i just want to take it day by day. little did we know back than that the teenager talking about his learners' permit would become the most decorated olympian. phelps' winning spree has inspired many up-and-coming swimmers. he increased the number of students joining u-s swimming programs by leaps and bounds. this will warm your heart.
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friend for the first time in six years. mike lamon served as a civilian contractor in afghanistan for nine months in 2009. adam was by his side the entire time. it's not clear what seperated the two.. but from this video it's pretty clear they're meant to be together. it's a game that's sweeping the nation. but - while players are trying to catch pokemon, scammers are trying to catch them! contact 13 chief investigator darcy spears explains how your family could become victims. erik/pokemon player: i play like almost every day. gamers young and old are glued says it comes in the form of a fake email. rhonda mettler/better business bureau: don't open. don't click. don't do anything. just delete it. the email fools pokemon fans into thinking they've got to pay to play. but this nationwide craze doesn't cost a thing. for now at least, it's fun... for free. rhonda mettler/better business bureau: the developer has not announced any type of paid
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reads: "due to the overwhelming response to our new pokemon go app and the need for more powerful servers we can no longer afford to keep your account as free." pokemon player, barbara, hasn't heard about the bogus email, but isn't surprised. barbara/pokemon player: we're just out here trying to play the game and have fun and get out to all the parks with the email claims your account will be frozen unless you agree to it even includes a link for payments. along with getting your money, the crooks are also hoping to steal user passwords. but the bbb confirms, the email isn't from your app store or the game developer, niantic. barbara's just happy the app is still free. barbara/pokemon player: that makes me feel a lot better. darcy spears channel 13 action news.> school is just around the
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parents -- rgistering their kids for school -- getting information on school bus routes -- lunches and even job openings. kids also got their hands on some much needed school supplies. if you missed yesterday's even -- don't worry -- there'll be two more back-to-school fairs this month. the ronald mcdonald care mobile -- stopped in las vegas yesterday, it's a fully-staffed dental clinic. it covers the whole nine-yards for kids -- heading back to school. we're tak treatments -- fillings -- and x- rays among other things. and you don't need insurance. mac mcwaine works in rmcm it's no secret that across the state of nevada the oral health needs for both our children and our adult population is severly underutilized. the ronald mcdonald care mobile will be henderson next saturday -- outside the valley-view recreation center. now for a look at who's hiring around the valley. cura-cao is opening it's first store here in nevada and needs to fill 150 positions. the california-based retailer
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bilingual candidates. if you're interested in applying -- just head down to their employment center at meadows mall -- between 10 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. when you see spoiled.. adulterated and unwholesome food written-up during a health inspection.. t can only mean one thing. contact-13 chief investigators takes us out for pizza in today's dirty dining. /10:45 nat opening door/ inside the inn zone on flamingo and decatur, you'll find millano pizzeria. a place that' ownership for just four months, but is already having trouble with the health district. 10:56 d: and we'd like to get your side of the story. what happened? why all these demerits? artak: the first, sorry for my english. owner artak aleksanyan partially blames the language barrier for his 36- demerit c grade. but you can't blame language for outdated food. 12:44 darcy: they did find expired food. a: this question is for restaurant depot. is not for me. d: you mean the cheese and the
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no, it's just the turkey. d: there was expired ricotta cheese also. there's a picture of it. a: oh. i don't remember about cheese. artak claims the turkey was already expired when he bought it from their wholesaler. 13:08 darcy: but when you buy it, you check the expiration date right? a: yeah, that's my fault. these peppers and onions have certainly seen fresher days. plus, the peppers weren't washed before being cut. and one of them was downright moldy. 14:30 d: again, that's like a: um hmm, um hmm. i can't answer because it's hundred percent our fault. inspectors also wrote up peppers stored on a dirty drain board next to open chemicals. plus... 14:53 d: they had some pictures of the pizza pans where the metal was frayed and ripped, and... a: i got new ones. d: you got new ones? because you don't want scrap metal in your pizza. a: yes, of course. and then there's the wide open bag of flour that was stored on the floor.
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think it's heavy... artak says he's still learning the a to z's of running a restaurant. darcy: and that does look shiny and new right there. artak: yeah. /nats putting pan back into place/ he didn't understand why he got dinged for his labels. health district rules say prepared food can only be kept for seven days. millano pizzeria was labeling stuff for an eight day shelf life. 18:13 d: you know the saying, "what a difference a day makes?" a: yeah. d: apparently it makes a difference for food too. he shows us the ri with fresh food... 20:38 darcy: that was your turkey, right? that was your problem child. and tries to explain the biggest problem they had--food held in the temperature danger zone for more than three days including cooked chicken, pasta sauce and mozzarella cheese 21:10 a: if you have a broken freezer you end up losing a lot of points. d: yeah, well, you know, again, it all comes back to the fact that you are still serving to the public, you're still putting food out there, and so whether you get inspected on that day or not, it's gotta be safe.
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inspection comes that day. a wake up call, he says, hoping to never see a c grade again. darcy tag: millano pizzeria was reinspected today. they're now back to an a grade. darcy spears, 13 action news. we are on top of several breaking news stories this morning -- ahead in our second half-hour -- violent protests break out in milwaukee overnight with hundreds of people out on the streets. at least one police officer hurt. and here at home -- t are dead in two separate accidents on the roads. and right now a live look at the silver nugget casino where two people have been shot and killed and the killer remains on the run. good morning las vegas begins
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casino, this is a live look at the scene right now. north las vegas police are investigating there and tell us they do not have any suspects in custody. detecitves are just releasing new information saying there was a large group of people in some kind of fight broke out and two people were shot. we're working to get more information and as soon as we do we'll pass it along to you. an elderly man was hit and killed by a car near las vegas boulevard and lake mead. police say the man was hit trying to cross the street with a walker... he was taken to the hospital in investigators. police say the victim was not using a cross walk at the time...in fact he was just feet
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having a deadly night on the roads. one person is dead and another recovering after this crash near colton and lamb. police say a car slammed into a flatbed trailer with a stack of rebar. a passenger in the car died on scene and the driver was taken to the hospital and is expected to be ok. police are conducting dui tests to see if that was a factor. breaking overnight -- in milwaukee at least one officer is in the hospital right now it's all because of an officer-involved shooting in which a man was killed. a gas station has been set on fire along with other business in the city. the milwaukee fire department said they couldn't fight the fire because protesters were also shooting there. police say there were around 1000 people out on the streets. one of the officers was hurt when someone threw a brick at through a squad window, hitting him in the head. it's not yet clear how many people were arrested but
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good morning las vegas! i'm ... the time now is ... let's check in with 13 first alert meteorologist dan bronis. good morning dan! ((ad-lib)) high pressure will bring near record temps to the area for the next couple of days as highs top out around 110 with monday and will pass to our pacific system that look like wednesday and drop highs to 106 on tuesday and wednesday. highs will drop to 103 thursday, 102 friday and 101 clouds, so at this point we'll call for dry conditions for the next seven days. however, if the system were southwest correctly, we may get a shot at rain late in the week. to you voice your vote in the race for the white house now --
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-- with a new call to action. abc's mary bruce reports --he's telling supporters to go out and vote on electiond day -- but to not stop there. he wants them to be on the watch for cheating. donald trump with a message to pennsylvania voters: if he loes hillary clinton played dirty. sot trump altoona pa the only way we can lose, in my vote? but to be on the lookout for cheating sot trump altoona: watch and study and make sure other people don't come in and vote 5 times. (gfx) and making that call for volunteers to help "stop hillary from rigging this election!" trump crying foul as he plummets in the key battleground states like florida (gfx/trump down 5 points), and north carolina (gfx/trump down 9 points) and
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sot trump: i want to get the hell out of here, i want to go home? he's giving voters whiplash ... flip- flopping ... on his claim the president..and clinton..founded isis. sot trump friday erie pa: so i you. // sot trump, altoona pa: i've been saying and i'll keep saying, because it's true, but somewhat sarcastically, i've been saying he's the founder of isis. and i say she's a close second. meanwhile, clinton's top surrogate coming to her defense on another o sot bill clinton: this is the biggest load of bull i ever heard forcefully dismissing claims that clinton lied when she said she never read classified emails on her private server as secretary of state donald trump's running mate.. mike pence.. is coming clean and releasing his tax returns. pence says the returns will be
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publice before election day. that's contrary to trump, who is refusing to release his. hillary clinton has released her returns dating back to 19-77. trump says he's keeping his tax returns under wraps because he's being audited by the i-r-s. democratic vice presidential nominee tim kaine is urging voters to not let favorable polling keep them from voting in new hampshire yesterday.. he told supporters.. they have a choice between a "your fired" president in trump.. and a "you're hired" president in hillary clinton. this morning -- prosecutors in colorado are upset with the judge in a college sex assault case. they say the sentence he handed down to a convicted rapist is too lenient. c-n-n's dan simon has details. 22-year-old austin wilkerson has been sentenced to 2 years in the boulder county jail. but there's a catch--- it's called work release an
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are able to go to work or school during the day--- prosecutors say it's too lenient of a sentence for a convicted rapist. (lisa saccomano/prosecutor) "we were hoping to see a prison sentence in this case. obviously we feel that prison is appropriate for someone who commits a rape of this nature and particularly given the aggravated facts here." they were students at the university of colorado. it was march of 2014. a st patrick's day party. lots of drinking. wilkerson offered to look ft the victim. instead prosecutors say he sexually assaulted her. court documents say when confronted by investigators, wilkerson said he made "repeated advances on the victim, but that she rebuffed him each time." he later "admitted to friends" that she was "passed out--- and "let his hands wander." but in court--- wilkerson's story changed. claiming that it was consensual and that the victim was sober. (lisa saccomano/prosecutor) "he definitely, in our opinion, as we argued to the court,
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story at that moment is being going to serve him." in the end, jurors found wilkerson guilty of sexual assault and unlawful sexual contact. changing his story yet again, he admitted to his crime and apologized at sentencing. judge patrick butler, who also sentenced wilkerson to 20 years probation. said he struggled with the decision . "mr. wilkerson deserves to be punished, but i think we all need to find out whether he truly can or cannot be rehabilitated." the outcome immediately drawing comparisons to the en stanford swimmer brock turner, who received 6 months in jail for raping a woman behind a dumpster. victims advocates say the legal system is failing to recognize the seriousness of rape on college campuses with the colorado case, being the latest example. (janine d'anniballe/moving to end sexual assault) "in this case, we have kind of come to accept that light sentences in these kinds of crimes are the norm." that was dan simon reporting
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sentence of four to 20 years in state prison... wilkerson's attorney told the local newspaper that wilkerson had genuine remorse. the judge based his decision in part on a recommendation from the probation department --- which called for no prison time. v a mayor in arizona is turing down an invitation to an international conference later this month. the reason - the invitation was written in both english and spanish. huachuca city mayor ken taylor received an e-mail written in english and spanish because it was sent to mayors in the u-s and mexic he replied "i will not attend a function that is sent to me in spanish-slash-mexican, one nation means one language and i am insulted by the division caused by language." t was an invitation from john cook, a former el paso mayor and director of the u.s.-mexico border mayors' association. (john cook, u.s. - mexico border mayors association): "it was bigoted, i would say definitely bigoted, especially some of his e-mail responses back to me. you can tell that this man has absolutely no love for mexico." the thread included the message
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will overrun. america is suffering, it's time to put america first." in a message to our sister station the mayor said -- quote -- "i've been inundated with massive support from people all over america, so much support i am overwhelmed." a new mexico cop is gunned down during a traffic stop. and right now -- two men wanted for murder in ohio -- along with their passenger -- are behind bars. officer jose chavez pulled over police say -- jesse hanes -- got out -- and opened fire. the officer -- died at a local hospital. investigators say -- hanes and two other men -- then carjacked another vehicle -- shooting the driver. that driver was also taken to the hospital.. their condition is unknown at this time. this morning a miraculous story of survival out of des moines, iowa. a family of four.. walking away unharmed... after their small plane failed just after take-off. the frightening scene is caught on camera -- you can see a small prop plane.. engulfed in black smoke..
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parachute landing. a father was at the controls. his wife and two children on board when he realized just after take off they were in serious trouble. 1:03 we have engine failure 1:26 he just went down right off park, looks like chute was deployed he's on fire (plane) running out of time he deployed the plane's built-in parachute allowing the aircraft to float.. into an intersection.. the plane hit power lines on the way down. the family narrowly escaped.. before the plane erupted into flames broadcastify: "we just had the pilot call us, said everyone the f-a-a is now investigating the incident. today -- a woman fighting for her life after an alligator attack-- will undergo a amjor surgery. this morning -- we know it's thanks to her family she's still alive. officials say a 6 and a half foot alligator attacked kimberly sexton - nearly ripping off her hand. sexton was in a remote everglades fishing camp when she reached into the water to grab an empty soda can. that's when the alligator grabbed her. (sot broward sheriff fire
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she was standing on the dock and as she reached in to retrieve the can, that's when she was bitten by the alligator. two family members grabbed sexton by the legs to prevent her from being dragged into the water, freeing her from the alligators jaws. wildlife officials caught the alligator. right now -- police in raleigh, north carolina -- are searching high and low -- for a man who opened fire -- inside a popular mall. nats of yelling/screaming cell phone video shows the panic. shoppers run for lives -- after the olice -- quick to respond -- put the mall on lockdown. hundreds of people file out -- many with their hands on their heads. "mark": we heard a few more shots, everbody started running//cars were bumping into me as as i ws running with the stroiller a witness reported hearing the gunfire -- right after watching an arugment in the food court. thankfully, nobody was hurt. one man is taking the internet
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courtroom...and you can decide for yourself what's funnier -- the twerking or the judge's reaction.
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having it when a suspect starts twerking in front of her in court! laughter could be heard throughout the proceedings, but the judge kept a straight fa appear to be amused. the accused criminal also appears to say "hi mom" when he realizes he's appearing on an in-court camera. high pressure will bring near record temps to the area for the next couple of days as highs top out around 110 with dry conditions on both sunday the week. the first, small system will bring
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tuesday morning. we may see some high clouds as it passes through. the next system is a larger pacific system that look like it will linger its way down the california coast throughout the week. wednesday and drop highs to 106 on tuesday and wednesday. as it makes its way down the coast it will continue to assist in
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temps by a few more degrees. highs will drop to 103 thursday, 102 friday and 101 saturday. at this point it doesn't look like it will bring us much moisture other than a few extra clouds, so at this point we'll conditions for the next seven days. however, if the system were to position itself to our southwest correctly, we may get the next couple of days as highs top out around 110 with affect area weather throughout the week. the first, small system will bring some breezes starting the next system is a larger pacific system that look like wednesday and drop highs to 106 on tuesday and wednesday.
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saturday. call for dry conditions for the next seven days. however, if the system were to ((ad-lib at desk)) if you or someone you know owns a business -- you're familiar with
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senator dean heller will address those issues, which usually stem from capitol hill. when good morning las vegas returns our guest will join us live to tell you about what you can expect from senator heller's remarks. now let's head to new york for a look at what's coming up on good morning america, vo violent protests erupt in milwaukee coming up on gma, armed man? the chaotic scene forcing police into retreat as protestors pelted police vehicles with rocks? setting businesses ablaze? what we know in the aftermath of the riots floodwaters create emergency situations plus, historic flooding in louisiana turns deadly? a state of emergency stays in effect as raging floods leave at least three dead? emergency crews and national guard working around the clock rescuing over one thousand from the rising waters? we're in the flood zone this morning covering the latest conditions? vo highlights from day 8 and michael phelps' last swim and finally, michael phelps swimming his last laps in rio? the most decorated olympian in history going out on top? winning gold in his final race representing team usa? the swimmer ending his
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historic 28 medals? it's all coming up on gma! owning a business can be hard
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business owners are facing new issues. many of which stem from capitol hill.. that why this week senator dean heller will address the issues to better help business succeed. to talk about this...is cara clarke with the las vegas metro chamber of commerce 1. what is the luncheon about? 2. what are the biggest challenges facing businesses? 3. what will businesses have to look for this upcoming year? the luncheon is thursday, august 18, at the four seasons hotel, 3960 s las vegas blvd. the program will run from noon
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many of which stem from capitol hill.. that why this week senator dean heller will address the issues to better help business succeed. to talk about this...is cara clarke with the las vegas metro chamber of commerce 1. 2. what are the biggest challenges facing businesses? 3. what will businesses have to look for this upcoming year? the luncheon is thursday, august 18, at the four seasons hotel, 3960 s las vegas blvd. the program will run from noon
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hill.. that why this week senator dean heller will address the issues to better help business succeed. to talk about this...is cara clarke with the las vegas metro chamber of commerce 1. what is the luncheon about? 2. what are the biggest challenges what will businesses have to look for this upcoming year? the luncheon is thursday, august 18, at the four seasons hotel, 3960 s las vegas blvd. the program will run from noon
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i'm catherine cortez masto and i approve this message. 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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morning. good morning america is up
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good morning, america. breaking news. night of violence. protests erupt in the streets after police in milwaukee shoot an armed man. officers in riot gear under attack. >> i'm getting injured officers here. there's too many rocks coming. shots fired, shots fired. >> this car set on fire. and businesses blazing. the chaotic scene and the investigation this morning. historic floods. relentless rain causing these scenes of disaster. >> get out. give me a knife. give me a knife. >> a woman saved from her sinking car. >> her dog. >> just in the nick of time. >> whoa. >> residents forced from their homes. packing up pets and possessions as rivers rise to record levels. and it's not over. more rain is on the way. switching targets. donald trump taking on a new opponent.

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