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missing after an earthquake in central italy. missing after an earthquake in central italy. here's a live look there right now.. the magnitude 6 point 2 quake struck early this morning. most of the people who were killed are in three rural towns...popular for tourist. rome...about 1-hundred miles away. rescuers are busy combing through debris looking for any survivors. we'll keep you posted on the latest developments all morning. a valley mother describes a horrifying night... gunmen break into her home... and kick down her bedroom door. marissa kynaston was fast and
one talking with that victim this morning... marissa? i just talked with the woman living inside-- she tells me-- she and her daughter may have caught the suspects off guard. thats because-- she thinks whoever broke into their home-- knew they had plans to go out of town. but at the last minute-- the woman and her daughter decided to stay behind. she says when the break in happened-- somebody kicked their bedroom door in. the mother tells me she was terrified-- she felt trapped-- and surrounded by the suspects-- and would have do 17:03:36:03 that was difficult because my daughter was crying, and i was on the phone with 911, i had my bedroom window opened and i was looking outside, my head was out the window, and i even said it on the tape, i was thinking of taking my daughter and jumping out the window because i was so terrified i didn't know what to do nichole knoepfle she was able to give me a description of the suspects-- she says there were three-- all of them teenagers-- and one of
ponytail. mk-- 13an. low pressure that brought the late night rain has moved on and drier conditions will not takes it's place. mainly sunny skies are expected with some residual humidity but not enough for rain chances within the city. high temperatures will shoot back up to normal values; ranging between 99 and 105 degrees valley wide. right now-- a family dealing with a wet soggy mess in their
and they can't get ahold of anyone at the complex to do anything about it. parker collins is live inside the complex near boulder where water is still leaking! parker adlibs you can see water dripping standing water on the ground a hole in the ceiling the family says a water line to their toilet busted overnight. and they had to turn the water off themselves, but it's still leaking. they say they've tried calling management... but no one answers.
it like living here? it's a living hell. problem after problem we called the apartment complex's number for mountain vista apartments no one answered and there's not even a voicemail set up. you better believe we'll try to talk to management when they get in this morning live parker collins 13 action news. a young father killed in a construction accident at tivoli village.. but now his family is telling us his death could have been prevented. 30 year old ricardo bautista died after falling from a collapsed scaffolding on monday. his brother in law also works in construction, and he tells us the scaffolding has been a
because i work there and it was improperly built (butted with) he used to say that he was scared being so high and i told him he should find another job and he was like isn't the only job that i think pays the most the construction site is shut down right now, while osha investigates the accident. bautista leaves behind three young boys. if you'd like to help out the family, we posted a link to their donation website on ktnv.com. colleagues at channel 3 this morning. we've now learned the man killed in a crash near the i-15 was an employee there. investigators say the 43-year old was riding his motorcycle, when he collided with an suv yesterday morning near the d-street off ramp. they are still working to determine who was at fault. the other driver was not injured. a wild brawl right on the strip... and witnesses say this was
space. 1:22-1:28 6 seconds of performers fighting the man who recorded the video at the bus stop on flamingo also performs on the strip. three people total were involved in the fight. he tells us things got so heated the men were tackling each other and hitting one another into the road. 08.17.15.00 "i was scared because i didn't want to be a witness to seeing someone hit by a car." eventually everything died down and the men went their separate ways. performers do not have to sign up for their spots-- it's more of a first come, first serve system. a washington couple visiting las vegas for their dream honeymoon when it turns into a nightmare-- all because of their rental car. ashley and alex mowry were driving from here to phoenix to visit ashley's kids.. when suddenly their rental car shut down on them in the middle of the highway. the company had turned it off.
to leave the state. it's not written in the contract anywhere that we can't leave the state" the business says there's a 300 dollar deposit if you want to leave the state, and the mowry's only paid 200. but our team looked through the terms and conditions, where it does say you're allowed to go to arizona, along with 4 other states. we tried to ask the employee about that, but it didn't go so well. andy: "ok go put it on the news. thank you have a nice day. we don't have time to argue about this" the couple never got to see their children, and theya from the rental company. a grieving family is finally reunited with their lost dog! "i'm so sorry! i'm so sorry! the pup ran away after the owner got into a rollover crash-- and wait until you hear how they finally tracked her down! greg adlibs weather forecast tease and a live picture in italy right now where a magnitude
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metro says shane ross is accused of robbing at least 10 businesses in the southwest. he reportedly told police he needed the money to pay off h-o-a fees and other bills. his family released a statement saying he battles addiction, and they're hopeful he will overcome his demons. the golden retriever that went missing after a rollover r family this morning! :00-:04 nala! hi! how are you! last week joey beltran's suv flipped while he was driving to california to see his dying mother. his puppy nala ran off. every day since volunteers have been out searching the desert for her. 144438 just random people that took the time to come out and help it means the world to me.144442 nala apparently jumped into a
she took the dog inside. security recognized the pup immediately and contacted joey. breaking right now... at least 63 people are dead in italy. the death toll has just nearly the death toll has just nearly doubled in the last few minutes after a six point two magnitude earthquake. many more are still missing. late night rain has moved on and drier conditions will not takes it's place. mainly sunny skies are expected
enough for rain chances within the city. high temperatures will shoot back up to normal values; ranging between 99 and 105 degre we will hold this pattern into thursday but pick up some winds tonight between 10 and 20 mph with gusts between 25 and 35 mph through friday afternoon. temperatures look to slip slightly moving into friday with highs between 97 and 102 degrees along with mainly sunny to partly sunny skies. as we move into friday night and saturday, surge in moisture along with a weak disturbance from the north will allow for another small chance for rain to the valley. as it stands, numerical models indicate a 15 to 20 percent chance for the wet stuff with
another strong earthquake this morning in myanmar. thesi quake was reportedly felt in ba ngladesh...india...thailand..la os and china. no reports of injuries at this time. a new reccommendation for parents this morning-- on how much sugar your kids should eat each day. the new guidelines from the american heart association say children ages two and 18, should not be consuming more than 6 teaspoons of sugar a day. a 12-ounce can of soda can have more than 9 teaspoons of sugar alone.
the city of henderson has a great opportunity to honor our service members. the city lines its streets with banners that have the name, rank and picture of an active military service member with ties to the community. now through october first, they're accepting applications for the next group of honorees. we put the link to apply on ktnv.com a 4-year-old girl is proving you're never too young to make las vegas a be live! for her birthday, theresa babcock spent all yesterday raising money for k-9 police officers. all of the proceeds from her lemonade stand are going to help buy protection vests. robert babcock we're trying to teach her values at a very young age...especially on your birthday it's better than give. (butted with) 2:44-2:51 "the community always, always steps up and not just for the police. for the fire department, for their teachers and for their neighbors." theresa was out there with her
donald trump is coming under fire for complimenting someone this morning! find out what he praised president obama for... th h confused. plus-- 21:06:17 "i expected my mom and my dad and my close friends to be here but nothing like this." 4 seconds a hero's welcome for the henderson native who respresented our country at the olympics. and this morning the gold medalist has something he wants to say to you at home! just a head's up you can get a free regular size sub at jersey mike's today. all you have to do is make a two dollar donation to the
last hitter. ok? understand? this is your last hitter. ok? understand? you come right after him. ok? cheer up. have some fun! come right after him. ok? let's go! a heart-warming moment from the little league world series. after the pitcher's pep talk from his coach, he went on to throw another strike. the team from oregon won their game against italy. in today's gma first look--
an amazing story of survival. a florida teen has fully recovered from a brain eating infection. abc's mara schiavocampo has the details. look - 16- year-old sebastian deleon is recovering from the unthinkable -- a rare and deadly brain-eating amoeba that kills 97% of those infected. tvu 6 wplg brain eating amoeba presser sot dr. humberto liriano / florida hospital for children: 10:50:51 "the family when they came to me // i had to tell them to say their goodbyes doctors suspect 3. the teen was admitted 4 days later and placed in a medically
victim presser sot dr. humberto liriano / florida hospital for children: 10:18:15 "we woke him up and within an hour he spoke." there have been 138 cases in the us between 1962 and 2015 [source: cdc] - sebastian is only the fourth to survive it. and coming up at 7am, we'll have more on this rare brain infection- with your gma first look, i'm mara schiavocampo, abc news, new york > coming up at 6-30... my stairway is flooded with with water what can be done about it?" a woman says water is filling her apartment, no one is doing anything to help her! we're the only ones live-inside showing you the damage this morning. marissa adlibs tease chopper 13 fast and first over the delay on the 215 near the airport connector. because of an overturned tomato truck
for you. yasmeen how can people get around this? low pressure that brought the late night rain has moved on and drier conditions will not takes it's place. mainly sunny skies are expected with some residual humidity but not enough for rain chances high temperatures will shoot back up to normal values; ranging between 99 and 105 degrees valley wide. right now the search is on for two armed men who broke into a
woman's home. marissa kynaston was fast and first to the scene near rancho and gowan-- and she's the only one talking with that victim this morning... marissa? i just talked with the woman living inside-- she tells me-- she and her daughter may have caught the suspects off guard. thats because-- she thinks whoever broke into their home-- knew they had plans to go out of town. but at the last minut woman and her daughter decided to but at the last minute-- the woman and her daughter decided to stay behind. she says when the break in happened-- somebody kicked suspects-- and would have done anything to save her daughter. nichole knoepfle 17:02:58 when i got out of bed i was startled, and my instinct was yell, and i said i got you, i don't know where that came from but i'm thankful i said that 17:03:10:12 she was able to give me a description of the suspects--
and one of them wore his hair in a ponytail. mk-- 13an. breaking right now... at least 63 people are dead in italy. the death toll has just nearly doubled in the last few minutes after a six point two magnitude earthquake. many more are still missing. rescuers are struggling to reach the remoteo this happened. three towns have the worst damage. authorities say they only expect the death toll to rise... now they're trying to bring in bulldozers to the towns to try and remove the rubble... a woman calls 13 action news because she says her apartment is filling with water-- and no one that the complex is
unit near boulder highway and flamingo giving us a first hand look at the mess. parker? parker adlibs scene you can see water dripping standing water on the ground a hole in the ceiling the family says a water line to their toilet busted overnight. and they had to turn the water off themselves, but it's still leaking. they say they've tried calling management... vera townsel, apartment resident 3:44:10- 3:44:18 "would they want to live in here? they can come and live in here for a night and see how it feel and not us." (butted with) deborah townsel, apartment resident 3:42:43-3:42:50 "it will happen again and again and then there's something new comes up so yeah it's just repeatedly." the family says this isnt' the first time they've had problems here... we called the apartment complex's number we called the apartment complex's number for mountain vista apartments no one answered and there's not even a voicemail set up.
criticize the clinton foundation. and this morning, a report from the associated press is helping fuel his claims. it is impossible to figure out where the clinton foundation ends and the state department begins." according to the a-p, when clinton was secretary of state, more than half of her meetings with people outside of government, were with big donors to the foundation. 85 of them gave a combined 1-hundred 56 million dollars. meanwhile, there's questions surrounding trump's stance on immigration. especially after he praised president obama's work on the issue. "obama got tremendous numbers of people out of the country. bush the same thing. lots of people were brought out of the country with the
i just said that. when asked if he's rethinking his mass deportation strategy, trump resonded that he "just wants to follow the law." minority leader harry reid has some strong words for donald trump this morning. the senior senator says the billionaire can't win in nevada because quote-- there aren't enough uneducated white men." redicting former attorney general catherine cortez masto will defeat joe heck in the race for his senate and that democrats will retake control of the u-s senate. the mother of the man who admitted to plotting to kill donald trump is celebrating a big legal victory this morning. a judge is giving michael sandford's mother approval to visit him while he's in federal custody here in las vegas. sanford's public defender says he's been on suicide watch, and is in a "delicate mental state." police say in june the 20-year old tried to grab a metro officer's gun during a trump event at treasure island.
charges. it's a big day for unlv students... you're going to notice a whole lot more cars and moving vans near the university today! nearly 18-hundred new and returning students will be the university expects to welcome it's largest ever freshman class for the 4th consecutive year. there will also be tons of welcoming events today and through the afternoon. chopper 13 bringing you an overturned tomato truck causing a traffic nightmare on the 215. it's right near the airport connector and you can see the backup goes on for miles.. yasmeen-- and i'm tracking your roads... good morning, coming up on gma--breaking overnight - a deadly earthquake rocksa popular resort spot in italy -
criticism for not cutting his vacation short last week. he says this isn't about politics... it's about helping people. "nobody gives a hoot whether you're a democrat or republican. what they care about is making sure they're getting the drywall out... more than 110-thusand people have asked for assistance from fema. officials say it could take three months just to clear all the debris. the start of the school year is being delayed until next month. louisiana-v britney spears is teaming up with the american red cross and the crowd funding website 'crowd-rise' to help flooding victims in her homestate of louisiana. the strip performer is raffling off the outfit she'll wear at the upcoming m-t-v v-m-a's. the money raised will go to help flood victims. every 10-dollar donation is a chance to win the outfit, or a trip to new york city to meet britney in person. right now-- multiple wildfires are burning through the west.
control, another one starts. now they're worried about resources running thin. take a look at the huge flames these firefighters are facing in oregon, montana and wyoming. a new blaze is burning in yellowstone national park. and as the fires continue to spread, more and more crews are being called in to help with the fight from the ground and the air. meanwhile, the destructive blue cut wildfire burning in california is now 100-percent the flames broke out near the forcing the i-15 to shut down. the fire destroyed more than 100 homes and 200 buildings. investigators are now working to figure out how the fire started. they're asking anyone who thinks they might have seen something suspicious to report it. within the last few minutes, we got a report showing how nevada seniors did on the a-c-t exam. the 20-16 graduating class scored an average of a 17-pont 7.... the highest someone can get on
scores were down about three points from the year before... but that's when taking the a-c-t was voluntary. it's now mandatory for all seniors. the department of education says that could have contributed to the drop in scores. still... the state emphasizes that nevada's test scores are in line with the national average. this morning-- law enforcement officers are hitting the streets to make sure everyone remembers how to drive in school zones. starting at 10-30, they'll be out at the crosswalk on boulder highway near harmon. with th year, officials say they want drivers to get in the habit of slowing down in school zones, and looking for kids on the sidewalk getting ready to cross the streets. here's a live look now at the rio... where you can get a back to school hair-cut... all while helping out a good cause. from 10 this morning until 5 o'clock... the rio spa and salon is hosting a "cut-a-thon" for locks of love. guests who donate at least 10 inches of hair will receive a free haircut, and a 30-percent
the olympic gold medalist from henderson had a surprise waiting for him at the airport when he came home from rio. "usa! usa! usa!" (butted with) cheers while fields takes out gold medal! connor fields won a gold medal in b-m-x racing.. after he almost didn't even make it to rio. fields broke his wrist a few months ago and considered retiring. but.. he says his mother stepped- in and sent him an ins that was a turning point. 21:08:11 connor "it's a tough thing down there. you get lonely, you get homesick and there's a lot of pressure but i truly felt the support so thanks everyone from the valley for the support." fields tells us he's taking a month off before he starts training again for next year's world championships. a texas teacher is going viral this morning because of her homework a texas teacher is going viral this morning because of her homework policy-- or we should say lack of! it's now trending. the 2nd grade teacher says homework will only consist of
during the day. and she encourages family's to spend time together hanging out and reading. "we're trying to be innovators here and develop the whole child. i am not so much focused on them pushing paper when a child goes home." (butted with) "i like it because we get to play outside, and when we read books and go outside we learn about new things." the teacher says she has received some criticism, but most of the feedback has been positive. a pennsylvania man's attempt at revenge ends up runing and lands him in jail! the man was apparently upset in jail! the man was upset about his neighbor's oak tree, because it hung over his parking space and sap would drip onto his car. he decided to cut the tree down himself, but it fell onto his apartment building! now no one can live there. after the man cut down the tree he got into a fight with the neighbor and police say he attacked him with a baseball
harrassment charges. and take a look at these adorable best-friends! the three week old squirrel monkey is from a zoo in russia, but his mom refused to carry him on her back... which is essential for him to survive his first few months. fearing the monkey would die, the zoo director introduced him to her 16 year old cat. and as you can see they were a perfect match! the monkey will stay with the cat for another month until he gets stronger. then he'll go back to the zoo we've got all the trending stories... on our ktnv mobile app we're following breaking news ... on our roads. huge delays on the 215 because of a crash involving a produce truck. yasmeen hassan has everything you need to know to avoid the
and gowan-- and she's the only one talking with that victim this morning... marissa? i just talked with the woman living inside-- she tells me-- she and her daughter may have caught the suspects off guard. thats because-- she thinks whoever broke into their home-- knew they had plans to go out of town. but at the last minute-- the woman and her daughter decided to stay behind. she says when the break in happened-- somebody kicked their bedroom door in. the mother tells me she was terr and surrounded by the suspects-- and would have done anything to save her daughter. 17:03:36:03 that was difficult because my daughter was crying, and i was on the phone with 911, i had my bedroom window opened and i was looking outside, my head was out the terrified i didn't know what to do nichole knoepfle she was able to give me a description of the suspects-- she says there were three-- all
them wore his hair in a ponytail. mk-- 13an. and they can't get ahold of anyone at the complex to do anything about it. parker collins is live near boulder highway and flamingo... where water is still leaking. parker adlibs parker adlibs take sot vera townsel, apartment resident 3:41:16-3:41:23 "i'm sitting be done about it?" do something positive today.. thanks for watching good morning las vegas.. do something positive today.. good morning america is next... we'll see you back here for action news live at midday.. this just in... ford is recalling more than
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good morning, america. breaking news. a deadly earthquake rocks italy. victims pulled from the destruction. a desperate search for survivors right now. after the 6.2 magnitude quake turns homes and buildings to rubble. in a spot popular with tourists. >> quite severe shaking of the bed. the first thing i did was panic. >> the tremors even shake rome. one mayor says his town is not here anymore. the pope speaking out this morning. and "gma" live on the scene with the latest. cyberattack on "the new york times." the fbi investigating if the same russians hackers who targeted the democratic national committee tried to do it again. who is behind this new series of attacks? donald trump signals a shift on immigration. >> there certainly can be a softening, because we're not looking to hurt people. >> and sharpens his attack on hillary clinton and the clinton foundation.