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shutting down traffic on the i- 15.. it's also destroyed homes and cars... forcing thousands of famlies into shelters this morning. this is a live picture of the it started as a small brush fire yesterday morning.. and quickly charred through at least 18-thousand acres. to give you some perspective-- the heart of this fire is about three hours away from us... but as you know the i-15 is the main route for people trying to get to and from las vegas to los angeles-- and right now it's shut down in both directions at the el cajon pass. we've got our whole team
greg bennett is tracking our air quality and how this could affect the valley. yasmeen hassan is watching the traffic as it starts to back up. and we've got parker collins in primm right now-- talking to stranded drivers. parker? parker adlibs :03 "how are the roads looking... depending on where they want to be you know?." :15
first responders from across the state will pay their respects-- to the firefighter who lost his life while fighting the strawberry fire. 13 action news reporter marissa kynaston joins us live from part of the procession route-- with more. later today-- this street will be filled with firefighters and other first responders-- all of them-- here to remember justin beebe. 26 year old beebe was originally from vermont-- but was killed over the weekend--
the great basin national park. thats in baker nevada-- about four and a half hours north of here. today-- several agencies will all be a part of the procession-- and provide an escort to the airport-- to get beebe home. he's from vermont-- but was living in montana-- theyll send him home-- a hero. again-- beebe's death is a tragic example of how dangerous fighting these wildfires can be. the procession for beene starts at ten-- and you should expect some road closures-- for more on that-- lets get right over a terrifying experience for shoppers at a t-j maxx in
a man with a gun, harrassing customer standoff. chopper 13 was fast and first over the store near durango and elkhorn. police say it started around 1- 30... when a man was harassing a woman in the store. we spoke to a 12-year old girl who says he pointed the gun right at her head. i looked in the back of me and this guy was twirling and jumping, and he pointed the gun at me. and these two other kids behind me we all got scared. the man went outside, and started waving the gun at people, and then robbed the woman he was harassing.
witnesses told police there was another person inside with a gun which prompted a brief standoff. after checking the store, officers gave the all-clear. we now have the arrest report... for the metro officer... accused of possessing child pornography... and in it -- he confesses to police. in the report... it says software was used to track an i-p address... that had files of child porn on it... and it was was traced back to officer ruben del- ga-dillo. during his interview with police, looking up and having child porn on his computers. he is currently on unpaid administrative leave while the investigation continues. clark county school district is a huge step closer to being broken up into smaller districts. last night, lawmakers unanimously approved some revisions to the bill they passed last year... that called for re-organizing ccsd. nevada succeeds tweeted out this picture of the revisions. on september first, the state board of education will meet to consider the regulations that
a police officer in our nationa's capitol under fire this morning-- after this video is released showing him pinning a woman to his s-u-v... why the woman says she was the victim-- even before the officer showed up. another live look at that wildfire in california.. thousands of people affected by this right now. including the people trapped in primm since the i-15 is shut down. we'll have team coverage all morning. and im' tracking your roads...
the man who escaped from police
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call today. i'm catherine cortez masto and i approve this message. four years ago i was diagnosed with breast cancer so i'm really outraged that joe heck voted ten times to defund planned parenthood which thousands of nevada women depend on for cancer screenings. congressman heck even threatened to shut down the federal government to eliminate funding for planned parenthood.
causing a whole metro substation to go on lockdown.. will be learning his punishment this morning. back in april, police say ivan mayoral slipped out of his handcuffs. and managed to escape from officers. swat officers and police searched the area for hours but never found him. he was arrested a few days later.. after a 7 hour standoff with officers. in june, mayoral pled guilty to "escape." a d-c police officer is now under investigation... because of this video.. showing him pinning a woman to his patrol s-u-v.. you can see the woman's feet are dangling.. off the ground. the woman says she was arguing with a man who was trying to
man when police showed up. "it's harassment, either way you look at it it's harassment ?" it's unclear what caused the officer to grab the woman. she was eventually let go and not charged with any crime. the woman says she plans to sue the police department. we've got another live picture showing the damage left behind from that wildfire in california. hundreds of cars and homes destroyed. and we are feeling the after affects in the valley. our whole team is tracking it for you. last year fire -- cajon pass
10 and 20 mph. by this afternoon we should have gusts up to 30 within the city that will last until the early evening. mainly sunny skies are expected but due to the wildfire near the cajon pass, smoke and haze will move into the valley. as it stands at 4am, air quality is good and is levels this afternoon. this look may change depending on the strength of the winds and how large the smoke plumes becomes through the morning. mountains will be effect by the smoke the most; moving into unhealthy levels for children, the elderly and people with respiratory issues.
planning to roll out a fleet of self- the company says it wants to mass produce the driverless cars for a ride-hailing service. ford is already testing hybrids in three states. the goal is to eliminate the steering wheel and pedals. here at home... a henderson restaurant is in need of some serious repairs... after a driver loses control of his truck and smashes right into it. thankfully the "bratalian restaurant" wasn't open. celebrity chef and owner carla pelligrino.. says luckily... her employee who was supposed
eastern and horizon ridge parkway 180628 she said there is a car inside bratalian , i could not believe,wasn't even nervous cause it sounds so unbelievable. 180632 the driver of the truck suffered minor injuries. police say he may have had a medical condition that led to the crash.... for years parents have been warned.. about something that's putting babies in danger find out-- if you're one of them.. making this risky mistake. and coming up in our next half hour-- we're giving away two tickets to see mariah carey's show at the colosseum. keep watching good morning las vegas-- and we'll tell you when to call! and i am watching these live pictures of the wildfire burning in california. thousands of homes evacuated. it's shutting down parts of the i- 15.
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ago i was diagnosed with breast cancer but early treatment saved my life. so i'm really outraged that joe heck voted ten times to defund planned parenthood which thousands of nevada women depend on for cancer screenings. to eliminate funding for planned parenthood.
for the valley. high temperatures ranging between 105 and 110 degree valley wide with a breezy out of the south/southwest between early evening. mainly sunny skies are expected the cajon pass, smoke and haze will move into the valley. as it stands at 4am, air on the strength of the winds and how large the smoke plumes becomes through the morning. mountains will be effect by the smoke the most; moving into unhealthy levels for children, in today's gma first look--
getting death threats and hateful messages... her "kills" on facebook. abc's gio benitez has the story. < in this morning's gma first look -- a 12 year old hunter from utah, under fire--- after posting these images on social media? posing with a giraffe... a zebra? all killed while hunting with her dad in africa? sot aryanna: its something i cherish and enjoy and i want other people to see what i experience aryanna gourdin-and her father eli took the hunting trip last week- one of
they say all hunts were legal but online, outrage some calling aryanna "sick" and an "animal hater"-even threatening the 12 year old's life. but some are defending the father daughter duo -writing "let the haters hate! hunt away aryanna" sot eli: we're proud to be hunters and we'll never apologize for being a hunter and we'll hear more from aryana and her dad coming up at 7am - with your gma first look, i'm gio benitez, abc news, new york." > coming up at 6-30... we're following breaking news on i-15... a massive wildfire burning out of control in california is shutting down the interstate.. we've got team coverage, on how this fire is affecting the valley. chopper 13 bringing you
breaking right now-- more than 82-thousand people ar morning... because of this out of control wildfire burning in the el cajon pass. this is a live picture of the massive fire. it's about 3 hours away from us... but the flames are so close to the i-15. it's shut down in both directions. we've got team coverage for you this morning. yasmeen hassan is watching the traffic backing up on the interstate. but let's start with parker collins.. talking to drivers in primm. parker? parker adlibs
for the valley. high temperatures ranging between 105 and 110 degree valley wide with a breezy out of the south/southwest between 10 and 20 mph. by this afternoon we should have gusts up to 30 within the will move into the valley. as it stands at 4am, air quality is good and is predicted to move into moderate levels this afternoon. this look may change depending on the strength of the winds and how large the smoke plumes becomes through
moving into unhealthy levels for children, the elderly and people with respiratory issues. the blue cut fire... isn't just a danger to the people living in the area... it's also been a very dangerous 6 firefighters became entrapped by the flames while they were trying to save some homes. the crews were able to take shelter in a nearby structure, but two of the firefighters suffered minor injuries. they were taken to the hospital to be treated. 1:27-1:36 "the fire progressed really quick up and through this area.. we've got some fire tornadoes.. whirlwinds." the cause of this fire is still unknown. while we are keeping a close
the clayton fire has scorched 4- thousand acres, just north of sacramento. the fire has already destroyed more than 175 structures in the town of lower lake... and it's just 20 percent contained. hundreds of firefighters are working on spot fires, while helicopters drop retardent from above. their lifesaving work comes... as a man is arrested, accused of starting what's become a massive fire. "i was glad he was arrested. it's not right but he'll get eventually." this morning, evacuation orders remain for thousands of people in the town of lower lake. the death toll from the devastating flooding in louisiana is now up to at least 11... and emergency crews say they are still looking for people. about 40-thousand homes and businesses are flooded. the red cross says this is likely the worst natural disaster since superstorm sandy...
a billion dollars. more than 8-thousand people are staying in shelters right now.. not knowing what will be left of their home when they get back. sot tasha remondet, flood victim right now i'm just really overwhelmed. i don't know if i want to cry, do cartwheels. i don't know what i'm feeling right now. this is tragic. officials say less than 20-percent of flooding victims have flood insurance. we're just getting this picture in from louisiana you can see a street! it was unearthed from all of the flooding. the heavy rains..causing a lot of devastation there..and this is just adding to it. we're gonna get back to our team coverage of the blue cut fire burning in southern
campaign manager. the re-vamp is in response to numbers that show him trailing hillary clinton nationally, and in key battleground states. the billionaire is hoping to re- energize his campaign-- posting this pledge on facebook... calling for equal protection and an end to bigotry, hatred and oppression. meanwhile, today, donald trump is set to receive his first national security briefing.. with classified intelligence.
him... right here in the valley. he's holding a town hall at the henderson convention center at two this afternoon. it is open to the public. they're asking people to register for tickets on trump's campaign website. doors open at 11 a-m. heartbreak on the beach in rio... and a big redemption for simone biles... the gymnastics star flipped her way to her 4th gold medal. earning the highest score in the floor excercise finals. :12-:19 "we've seen some of these tumbling runs.. you won't see them done like teammate aly raisman took silver. she was the reigning floor champion from london. now to the battle on the beach. reigning champs katy walsh jennings and april ross faced off against the world champions from brazil. it was a close back and forth... but in the end the brazilians took the win. :29-:36 "agata puts it away.. that's it! brazil has upset the
another pair from brazil in the bronze-medal match tonight. and take a look at this dramatic show of olympic spirit in the women's 500-meeter semi-final. a runner from new zealand collided... mid-race. dagostino's competitor helped her hobble to the finish line. both will advance to the breaking news from rio... a high level olympic offical has been arrested... patrick hickey, who is the head of the european olympic committee, has been arrested for illegally selling tickets. the official olympic committe
and claims there is no further misconduct within its staff. an emotional michael phelps reflects on his very last olympics. "and i start to get emotional because i knew he was in the stands." who was the world's most decorated athlete talking about? that's coming up... chopper 13 bringing you breaking news fast and first.. you can see the haze over the valley from the wildfire burning in california. our whole team is tracking and right now, caller 13 wins two tickets to see mariah carey, number 1 to infinity. just call 702-876-1301. carey is performing at caesars august 24th through september 11th. the colosseum at caesars palace is a proud sponsor of 13 action news and is providing prices for this promotion. dial carefully.
valley wide with a breezy out of the south/southwest between 10 and 20 mph. by this afternoon we should have gusts up to 30 within the city that will last until the early evening. mainly sunny skies are expected but due to the wildfire near the cajon pass, smoke and haze will move into the valley. as it stands at 4am, air quality is good and is predicted to move into moderate levels this afternoon.
rico...where at least 5-hundred people are being rescued. these pictures just being tweeted out...we'll keep following the latest on this rescue.. new research rev many parents continue to place their babies in unsafe sleeping environments. the report by the american academy of pediatrics-- looked at video recordings of infants, between the ages of one and six months, sleeping at their homes. the footage showed a number of parents putting their babies at risk by placing them down on their sides or stomachs. researchers say the findings come despite a decades-long
backs--- to prevent sids. 23 gold medals later... michael phelps is officially done with the olympics, and he sat down with abc news to talk about the most emotional part of his final races in rio. footprint of him, inside of my shoe, and i put my shoe on // child witness my last olympics ever - my last race ever - i mean , it's just a dream come true. phelps says now it's time for him to take some time off and watch his 3- month old son boomer grow. the world's most decorated olympian has also agreed to work as a volunteer assistant swim coach for arizona state university next fall. our whole team is following
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monster of a fire that is moving faster than any other fire i've seen in a very very long time. now to the breaking news our whole team is following for you this morning.. an out of control wildfire... shutting down parts of the i-15. this is a live picture of the flames. it started as a small brush fire yesterday morning.. and quickly charred through at least 18-thousand acres. it's burning about three hours away-- but we are feeling the the i-15 is shut down in both directions in the el cajon pass. we've got yasmeen hassan watching the traffic as it starts to back up this morning. and parker collins is live in primm talking with stranded drivers-- parker? parker adlibs :01 "it looked like it was right on the other side of the mountain... it was pretty wild" 09
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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 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.
good morning, america. breaks news for our viewers in the west, paempx in a ship told to abandoned ship. the coast guard on the scene right now. also breaking for the west, a massive wildfire exploding overnight. violent flames forcing 82,000 evacuations. scorching thousands of acres. more heat and wind move in. big game backlash. the 12-year-old hunter under fire for killing and posing with zebras, giraffes and more. >> i'm a hunter and no matter what the people say to me, i'm never going to stop. >> she's now receiving death threats. she and her father speaking out this morning on "gma."