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decatur at sahara. according to las vegas fire and rescue -- three people may have been taken to the hospital. firefighters say the fire has been put out and the situation is under control. we do know several ambulances were requested. the cause remains under investig good morning las vegas! i'm ... the time now is ... let's get started with a check of your first alert forecast with dan bronis. good morning dan! ((ad-lib)) blue cut fire continues to burn within southern california. current acres burned is 37,020 acres with 40% containment as of early saturday. the smoke from this fire should stay away from las vegas this weekend so the air quality should stay in the good to moderate levels.
concern. our upper level low of cal-nev-ari is holding onto some monsoonal moisture and whipping it up into southern nevada today. timing changes every hour but so far the common window looks to be between 1pm to 5pm this afternoon. the rain chances are small just like yesterday; ranging around 10% with mainly sunny skies being common for the valley. highs will range around normal values which is close to 100. ase weekend, partly cloudy skies take over. highs will drop a little though as we are going to see temperatures climb but only for whoever stole 27 guns from a north las vegas store. police are searching for the guns and the suspect... who apparently got into the store... through a vacant office next door. in these pictures-- which were taken while repair crews were patching up the vacant office--- you can see the burglar busted through the drywall. those at neighboring businesses were shocked by the crime. sot transcription giselle gonzalez salon owner :11
out the place and they realized nobody was working there, so there is no alarms. it used to be at church but now they're gone." customers say the store will likely have surveillance video of the burglary.... because there are at least a dozen cameras inside. we're learning new details this morning ...about the son of las vegas mayor pro-tem... steve ross. shane ross-- is behind bars.... accused of a string of burglaries.... all in the same area. the most recent one -- yesterday morning. at a burger king.on rainbow near spring mountain. police..are also connecting shane ross..to three other robberies... the method--the same in each hit. the criminal walks in..pulls out a gun.. and demands money. metro says..this surveillance still..shows the crook..getting away on a motorcycle each time..the gunman..stealing up to 400 dollars. new information this morning on
accused of murdering a woman in his home!!! after a week long search... jaime santana was found and arrested yesterday near charleston and palm street... police documents say-- he was friends with the victim. the two went to high school together and had recently reconnected. santana's father told police... jaime had plans to go to the strip with wendy rodriguez.. last week. but... no one saw her alive again.... after that night. it wasn't until the nex discovered her body.... in a bedroom. authorities say... she died after being hit over the head.... we're learning more about the pitbull that attacked and killed a child.... near desert inn and hollywood. the county released a statement saying... a month ago.. that pit bull attacked another dog.... but... it apparently was not serious enough. to declare the dog.... as dangerous. the -9- year-old victim was attacked..... while he was playing....
investigators are trying to figure out..... what caused a helicopter to crash..... at the nevada training range. take a look-- this is the type of helicopter.... involved in the crash. officials with the air force base tell us.... the crash happened.... around -10- thursday night....and -4- crew members had to be taken to the hospital.... that has crashed.... this week. store after store is shutting down at the pawn plaza.... owned by the pawn star rick harrison, just this week... -4- businesses.... closed their doors. we spoke to one business owner one of las vegas' most recognized faces!!! 131449 131455 just the whole rick idea...the whole show.. and it was internationally recognized 132005 132013 30 to 40 customers a day if we're lucky and that's busy day some days we're struggling to break 200 dollars it's sad so... what's going wrong? the
none of the shops get advertisment just the pawn shop. he also said... his rent has decreased twice because of problems with the building... and... added harrison isn't fixing things. "pawn plaza".... sent us a statement saying... while they're disappointed to see tenants leave.... it's the nature of the business. new information about the arrest of a gunman inside a "t-j maxx". it all started.... when police say... jason mote began harassing a woman.... inside the and... began waving.... a gun around. as people began running out of the store... a trooper's wife.... who happened to be shopping... called her husband and told him...what was happening. that trooper raced to the store and arrested mote. it turns out.... his weapon ... was actually a b-b gun. incredible new images of "the blue cut fire" burning near the cajon pass. the fire is now -40- percent contained. that's a considerable jump from
percent. however... homes are still not in the clear. tens of thousands of residents ordered to leave their homes are still not being allowed to return. one family snapped these photos moments before they fled with their dogs.... and little else. sot - poppy crandall lyster: what is that like to leave, knowing that you're going to lose everything? crandall: i don't know (cries)... at least -96- family homes destroyed by the fire. and -37- thousand acres have burned. this morning two nebraska kids have some explaining to do... what they left in a car ...that made their dad lose his mind ! and a new social media craze that even celebrities are getting in on. how the 22-pushup challenge is helping raise awareness for military members, next.
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social security means and why joe heck and wall street support it. under heck's privatization plan, retirement security gets risked on the stock market. and the wall street types supporting joe heck make billions. whose side are you on? senate majority pac is responsible
family of six to umc. the new information continues to come in into our newsroom and we'll bring you all the latest at 630. right now.. the international olympic committee is investigating the incident..... involving ryan lochte and -3- other american swimmers. if they find any wrongdoing they could face sanctions!!! yesterday lochte apologized..... quote "for not being more careful and candid".....
rio. brazilian authorities say... it never happened... and... that a security guard approached them..... only after.... they vandalized a gas station. authorities say... they were considering charges.... against all -4- swimmers... however... -3- of them are already back in the u-s the -4th- swimmer... jimmy feigen is still in rio. but... struck a deal.... to get his passport back..... by paying -11- thousand dollars.... to a charity. police in pennsylvania says a and his weapon of choice was... a box full of pizza. dallas police say sean mul-loy went to their police station and tried wrapping a chain around the building. (chief james drury/dallas police) "the officer was in here, heard it, and went outside. the man became belligerent and then just started to attack the officer." police say mulloy punched the officer and then threw a box full of pizza at him. officers used a stun gun on mulloy ...until authorities were able to handcuff him.
driving drunk... a couple of days earlier. toss to wx blue cut fire continues to burn within southern california. current acres burned is 37,020 acres with 40% containment as of early saturday. the smoke from this fire should stay away from las vegas this weekend so the air quality should stay in the good to with only ozone being our main concern. our upper level low of cal-nev-ari is holding onto some monsoonal moisture and whipping it up into southern nevada today. timing changes every hour but
afternoon. the rain chances are small just like yesterday; ranging around 10% with mainly sunny skies being common for the valley. highs will range around normal as we move into the end of the weekend, partly cloudy skies take over. highs will drop a little though as we are going to see temperatures
innocent.... police in massachusetts say it was an armed drug dealer trying to elude investigators! detectives say they surrounded a home where they believed 31-year-old shaun miller was when police ordered him to exit the home, miller, disguised as an elderly man, walked outside. at that point, investigators pulled off miller's mask and arrested him. and this is a mask miller was using. have you been challenged yet? the 22 push-up challenge -- is making its rounds on social media right now. even celebrities are getting in
about the 22 veteran suicides that happen every day in the u-s -- and to let vets know -- there are resources to help. 13 action news anchor dayna roselli finds out -- why it's working. (top/ nat from youtube vid) celebrities are doing it... and so are average folks like challenge.. and those who specialize in mental health with the v-a hospital say.. it's exactly they type of viral vid "we follow it on twitter... it's really great.. we're always really excited, that's what makes a difference.. 33 dr. nazanin bahraini is the education director at the mentall illness research education and clinical center in denver. she says educating all of us.. helps the va reach veterans who need help.. faster. 12:06- we know community awareness will help vets engage in care and when they engage in care their rates of suicide go
the va released a report on the nation's largest analysis of veteran suicide.. reviewing 55-million records.. over a 35 year period.. from every state.. it found.. 18% of suicides in u.s. were veterans 65% were 50 years or older.. the risk of suicide among veterans.. is 21% greater for veterans.. but.. they are 30% more likely to take their own life.. if they're not using va services. 13:37 "clinically we have dedicated suicide prevention teams.. .... how can we improve better health and treatment engagement help is available around the clock.. (quick nat/youtube challenge vo) and anything that spreads the word.. could ultimately be saving a life. dayna cam tag= some encouraging news out of the study... the number of suicides is down slightly... to 20 per day... but that's still too many. if you want to get involved in raising awarness... the social media campaign is
at 70-years old...dolly parton isn't slowing down anytime soon. she's in the midst of promoting her 43rd album. she's also not shying away from talking about tough topics.... everything from politics... to equal pay. i don't care whether it's your race, whether you're green, blue, black, red, or alien gray, or whether you're male or female, or transgender, if you do work you should be paid and appreciated for it. you should be respected and appreciated forwh you are. butt to i usually don't talk politics and who i'm voting for and all, but i'll tell you, right now i am not decided." (christine romans/cnn) "you're not decided?" (dolly parton/singer) "no. parton is not just a country music legend. she owns restaurants, theme parks, a record label, film and t-v production. you can see parton's show in laughlin september 30th. a man in nebraska got high
was consuming pot... he says he got home from a grocery store...ate dinner..and went for a desert. but turns out those brownies...we're just brownies. he says his kids drove his car earlier that day and left the delicacy in there.. once the man realized something was wrong his wife called 911. (wife) "hi, i need an ambulance. my husband -- i think he's overdose. he accidentally ate some pot brownies." (911 dispatcher) "when you say accidentally, you mean like he didn't know they were?" (wife) "yeah, he ate there was thc in them." (wife) "he's starting to panic." while high the man's wife says he even called their beloved cat some mean names. after sleeping it off the man says he's ok, glad it wasn't something really serious. today -- you have the chance to buy some clothes.... from kanye west's "the life of pablo" clothing line in
the world.... including right here.... in las vegas. the store is open.... at "the fashion show mall".... today from 10 a-m to 9 p-m and... on sunday from -11- to -7-. home sweet home has become a living nightmare.... for one local neighborhood... why these homes are... slowly falling apart. 45.55 rita hickey: i'm afraid one day i'm going to drive up and find part of my driveway, my wall, everything on oquendo road. why neighbors say a sewer line expansi left them high and dry.... and.... why they might end up.... in court! right now -- construction
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was bad. rita hickey: i thought we were having an earthquake. so i ran out and they were drilling out there. about, was happening here, right in front of her house. she took these pictures, that show "las vegas paving" working on what's called the "paradise-whitney interceptor." it's the county's largest sewer line expansion project in history, and covers 13 miles, with 3 different contractors working on it. rita watched workers digging, and pumping water out of this rita hickey: if you pump that much water out of the ground, the dirt has got to settle. she says this crack appeared in her wall, after construction in her neighborhood ended back in january. so did this crack in her driveway. rita hickey: i'm afraid one day i'm going to drive up and find part of my driveway, my wall, everything on oquendo road. and she's not alone. fay bradford: we developed a bunch of new cracks.
the most noticeable in her study. fay bradford: the vent has been forced out of the hole. i'm assuming because of the vibrations. she and rita admit they're homes already had some cracks before this construction project. but both of these homeowners say the cracks are worse now. so they filed claims with las vegas paving's insurance. fay bradford: and they denied it. and i don't understand how all could all of a sudden be developing worse or new cracks all at the same time. we reached out to las vegas paving. they tell contact 13, quote: "it is the policy of our company to not comment on any matter with either pending or the potential for litigation." so we went to clark county commissioner mary beth scow. mary beth scow: it's a county project. but it's being carried out by the contractor. and our total expectation is that these will be taken care
where fay and rita live. and now that las vegas paving has denied their claims, scow says a lawsuit is an option. mary beth scow: we don't want anybody to sustain any damage. and i'm very concerned when i hear that this is happening. really the recourse is legal, since it's a legal contract. fay and rita aren't sure what their next move will be. but rita says she's scared about future damage. rita hickey: i'm afraid this is not over with. the ground is settn we're getting new information about that massive apartment fire we told you about moments about that massive apartment fire we told you about moments ago -- new details straight ahead. 02:53:24 "this is my comeback. i'm gonna do this." plus -- after surviving a horrific accident this nevada beauty queen is now making a comeback and she's sharing her story with us! plus --- the zika virus continues to spread and fast. a new concern this morning-- that it's reached one of the
david was proud to be an american soldier. and i know i'm prejudiced because he was my son, but i don't think he had a mean bone in his body. there is not a day that i don't think about david. when i saw donald trump attack another gold star mother, i felt such a sense of outrage. "she was standing there, she had nothing to say..." if donald trump cannot respect a gold star family,
though a valley apartment complex. it's a story you saw first here on good morning las vegas. the fire broke out at regency place apartments on decatur at sahara just before five. action news fast and first to the scene. firefighters say the fire has been put out and the situation is under control. the family was taken to the inhalation, no word on what may have caused the fire. we are going to stay on this story every step of the way and bring you the latest on air and online at ktnv dot com. good morning las vegas! i'm ... the time now is ... let's get started with a check of your first alert forecast with dan bronis. good morning dan! ((ad-lib)) blue cut fire continues to burn within southern california. current acres burned is 37,020 acres with 40% containment as
the stay away from las vegas this weekend so the air quality should stay in the good to moderate levels. with only ozone being our main whipping it up into southern nevada today. timing changes every hour but so far the common window looks 10% with mainly sunny skies being common for the valley. take over. highs will drop a little though as we are going to see temperatures below 100 degrees. through tuesday afternoon. by wednesday, mainly sunny skies return and high temperatures climb but only her comeback to "the pageant years after a horrific car crash!!! tracy rodgers was one week away from competing in ms. united states when she broke more than 20 bones in a crash near moapa.
13 action news reporter david schuman sat down with the miz america hopeful to talk redemption... how her life has changed... and... how it hasn't. "we are eternally grateful that she's alive." those words from 2011 carry what everyone in tracy rodgers' family was feeling after tracy survived this car crash. 02:47:58 "that was such a cute car and it just got all mangled. laughs" she can laugh now...but the road to recovery 02:36:03 "life as i knew it came to a screeching halt literally." 29 surgeries later...tracy once again has her sights set on a goal she thought was out of reach forever -- a national beauty pageant title. 02:53:07 tracy rodgers, ms. nevada state 2016 "for a while i thought that dream is gone and now i know that no, it's within reach. anything you want is within reach." tracy lost her shot at becoming ms. united states. she had to relearn how to walk. and what hurt most -- missing
the mother she wanted to be. 02:38:57 "that's the thing that i think i'm the very best at." the boys remain her greatest motivation. 02:46:44 "they are the reason why i get up every morning and brush yourself off and you do the day all over again, regardless of how hard of a day it is." there have certainly been hard days and there will be more ahead. tracy rodgers is more ready for all of it than she's ever been. c 02:53:24 "this is my omeback. thousands of people have been evacuated from their homes.... because of "the blue cut fire"... but now... homeowners have something else to worry about... looters! this week... -3- people were arrested.... police say... they found... the trio trying to get away... with a flat bed truck.. on a compound.... in "the cajon pass". they told authorities... they were helping a friend... but... the owner of the property says... they didn't have his
in louisiana by offering to wash clothes and belongings... free of charge. the mobile washing center collects.... washes.... dries..... and folds laundry.... for free. that simple service is important..... as people in south louisiana start to dry out..... their flooded belongings. this morning an arkansas police officer is hurt..... after his patrol car crashed and flipped.... sending a suspect.... flying out the back window. the suspect tries to free himself.... from handcuffs... he then pulls out a lighter trying to set the car... on fire. suddenly... the car crashes and flips... ejecting the suspect through the back windshield. he survives the crash.... and takes off running... but.... police quickly... caught up to him. the officer had to be cut out of the car -- and was flown to the hospital . he is expected to survive.
zika virus -- the cdc is expanding its travel advisory to the popular miami beach. yesterday -- florida governor confirmed five new cases of zika in the area. two are people who live there, and three were visitors. vanessa garcia a grad student who's 5 months pregnant and babysits at miami beach hotels says she and her husband plan to stay clear of the beach. sot - "unless they can guarantee i can stay indoors, no, the vacation spot is the li tourism -- last year tourists generated more than 24 billion dollars in the miami area alone. but now a 1.5 square mile zona is a no- go. sot - "we want to do all we can to ensure florida reminds safe four our visitors and our families." some of the hottest destinations like dozens of restaurants, the ritz, the delano hotel, all sit in the newly created hot zone. the c-d-c's travel advisory for pregnant women now includes all
the race for president --so much happening as the general election gets closer but the biggest surprise was the shakeup in the trump campaign. abc's lana zak joins us with what you may have missed in politics this week. not long ago, paul manafort had been trying to quell rumors that there was turmoil, nats denial but change was coming--and it was manafort who got caught in the riptide. manafort resigning-friday morning after trump's sinking poll numbers and--this alleged financial payments he recieved from pro-russian government groups in ukraine. manafort called the allegations, "silly." now kellyanne conway has stepped in as trump's campaign manager. sot - conway also announced a new campaign chief executive, steve bannon, the executive chairman of
trump will be unedited but more focused...campaign insiders sharing sometimes contradictory messages. and for hillary clinton... nats more headlines about that private email server. the fbi turning over their notes from her testimony to some members of congress. clinton -- trying to put those emails in her rearview mirror--hitting trump's tax plan instead. sot - clinton "he's even we call the trump loophole. because it's really good for trump. it would let millionaires and billionaires cut their tax rate in half on a lot of their income." next week--watch to see if those trump changes equal better poll numbers...and expect that more details of clinton emails will emerge. lana zak abc news, washington a contact 13 alert this morning -- could you contact lenses
caused this deadly crash. two people died and 18 others were hurt when two busses collided yesterday. witnesses say an empty bus going about 60 miles per hour ran a red light -- tearing thru a newark intersection... nearly ripping a crowded bus in half. sot - yacouea savadago/crash survivor i was the only one in the back was good. there was a lot of people injured. the driver of the empty bus -- a 30 year veteran -- was killed.
communicate.... with your smartphone.... in the future. this could change how we manage conditions like diabetes. researchers say... the lens would monitor the blood sugar levels in tears. then... send a notification to your phone.... when your blood sugar level goes down. blue cut fire continues to burn within southern california. current acres burned is 37,020 acres with 40% containment as of early saturday. the smoke from this fire should stay away from las vegas this should stay in the good to moderate levels. with only ozone being our main concern. our upper level low of cal-nev-ari is holding onto some monsoonal moisture and whipping it up into southern nevada today. timing changes every hour but so far the common window looks to be between 1pm to 5pm this afternoon. the rain chances are small just like yesterday; ranging around 10% with mainly sunny skies being common for the valley. highs will range around normal values which is close to 100. as we move into the end of the weekend, partly cloudy skies take over. highs will drop a little though
temperatures below 100 degrees. however, monsoon moisture surges at this point and rain chances will return; this time, between 20% and 30% and holding through tuesday afternoon. by wednesday, mainly sunny skies return and high temperatures climb but only back to our normal 100 to 105 degree range. the smoke from this fire should stay away from las vegas this weekend so the should stay in the good to moderate levels. with only ozone being our main concern. our upper level low of cal-nev-ari is holding onto some monsoonal moisture and whipping it up into southern nevada today. timing changes every hour but so far the common window looks to be between 1pm to 5pm this afternoon. the rain chances are small just like yesterday; ranging around 10% with mainly sunny skies being common for the valley. highs will range around normal values which is close to 100.
take over. highs will drop a little though as we are going to see between 20% and 30% and holding through tuesday afternoon. by wednesday, mainly sunny skies return and high temperatures climb but only back to our normal 100 to 105 degree range. ((ad-lib at desk)) if you're hitting the mall today to escape the heat -- you
returns our guest will join us in studio to tell you about the town square cares program and how you can be a part of it. now let's head to new york for a look at what's coming up on good morning america, vo ryan lochte apologizes for rio scandal coming up on gma, decorated olympian ryan lochte apologizing? after that raucous night in rio? some of it caught on video. what he's twitter. meanwhile one of lochte's fellow swimmers, also caught up in the scandal, is just now arriving back to the us. what will this episode do to their careers and endorsement deals? vo overnight floods in kansas and baton rouge by the this as the scope of the destruction in louisiana comes into focus. they're calling it the worst natural disaster in america since superstorm sandy. vo paul manafort steps down as trump's campaign chair and speaking of louisiana, we'll show you what donald trump said and did when he visited the
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from david and he told me he was going into the national guard. he was sent to iraq to be a gunner on a humvee. a car pulled up in the driveway and three soldiers got out, and the sound of their boots as they came up those stairs will, will stay with me the rest of my life. you have moments when you really don't want to live anymore, it's a fate that i would not wish on anybody, not anybody. i felt such a sense of outrage. ...wife, she was standing there, she had nothing to say, she probably... i would like to tell donald trump what it feels like, the sense of emptiness, that only losing a child can bring. those people should be honored and treated with kindness for the rest of their life, and i don't think that donald trump will ever understand that.
good morning, america. new overnight, lochte's
apology. the swimmer says he's sorry for his behavior after a night of partying in rio. meanwhile, one of his teammates is pointing fingers. what he says really happened the night they were detained by armed security guards. campaign shake-up. donald trump's campaign manager out. paul manafort leaving team trump as the candidate tries to reshape his image visiting flood-ravaged louisiana. >> you'll be fine. >> plus, trump's new message to african-american voters. >> what the hell do you have to lose? a new zika warning this morning. the virus reaching one of the most popular vacation beaches in america. five new zika virus