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story about the rescued pets. but let's start with parker collins... he has more on what was lost in the fire. yes tons of damage flames through the roof lasted hours explosions heard so many people saw this peoples autism foundation lost a ton of donations thankfully no one got hurt they are in disbelief 3:28:28-3:28:33 "we're going to basically have to go out and buy supplies again so well be scrambling to do what we can." (butt) nichol zamora, peoples autism foundation 3:26:03-3:26:10 "so now all the the clark county school district they're gone. we spent hours here on saturday." we were there this weekend when they held a special event to collect school supplies. it's all ruined now.
in am intro: i'm outside luxe pet hotels, parker talking all about the structure fire. vo: all morning we've been concerned about the side of the structure that is bent down toward the hotel where 20 pets stayed overnight. i took an exclusive look inside the hotel to see how the the fire next door. sot question: talk to me about what the scene looked like, what it sounded like when you got here this morning. sot question: talk to me about what the scene looked like, what it sounded like when you outside....but the owners had come in previous to us and they had all the pets set up in their own rooms. everyone seemed to be doing really good. the owner lives just down the road. she got the call just after
rescue the pets. you'll hear from her on action news live at 3. outside luxe pet hotels mt 13 an. breaking news... the miami and fort lauderdale airports are reopened after power was restored to the air traffic control center that monitors arriving and departing flights in the this morning... a "power problem" grounded flights into the airports..... a spokesman say that the power outage was minor and that only a handful of flights were grounded shortly before noon. ((ad lib and toss to wx)) drying trend is taking over the valet for today. mainly sunny skies will be common along with highs featured around normal values
year. expect 99 to104 degrees valley wide with a bit of a breeze coming out of the south/southwest at 10-20 mph. gusts may reach between 25 and 35 mph this afternoon. overall we look to have a nice day for the valley but there is a catch. be moving into the region. an air quality advisory is in place for today and possibly into friday morning. also this midday.... a proposal meeting held for an all new stadium... it's being discussed....
and a smaller increase on rooms within 25 miles of the stadium. people staying in strip hotels would pay an extra $1.40 for a $200 room. those elsewhere in town would pay an extra dollar for a similarly priced room. developers hope to raise 750 million in public funding over three decades. the developers would also cover the rest of the nearly two billion dollar project. all of this is in hopes of luring the raiders here. meeting-- so stay with us on air, and online for any updates. in the race to the white house, both candidates are making harsh allegations about the other. donald trump met with african american and latino republicans for a "republican leadership initiative" in his new york trump tower today. recently he has been shifting his focus to minority voters ... ahead of the november election.
communities from the beginning of his campaign and only making his outreach in front of mostly white audiences. dt:the numbers are going up with the african american community rapidly. i've always had great relationships with the african american community and now i've made it such a focal point. today marks clinton's first campaign event this week. she has been concentrating on fundraising. in 3 days in california....raising a whopping $17 million...... in afgahnistan.... special forces are doing a sweep of the american after a deadly attack tht left 12 pepole dead. among the dead are, seven students, three policemen and two security guards. special forces killed the two terrorists... 10 hours after the attack began yesterday. around 7-hundred and 50 students were on campus at the time. at this time we don't know if there were any americans on campus at the time of the attack. no one has claimed responsiblity. also.... the survivors of the pulse nightclub shooting in orlando will not have to pay for out-of-pocket medical expenses.
hospital say they won't be billing the patients and will instead write off an estimated 5 point 5 million or more in care. the hospital says they will bill health insurers for insured patients but will cover the rest. 49 people died in the massacre in june including the gunman. and back in the valley... new information on a woman who was shot while walking home from the store. police think the woman was just in the wrong place at the wrong time. two men started fighting n pennwood and arville last night around 9--and she was caught in the crossfire. the woman is in the hospital but she's expected to survive. the zika virus is still hot topic in the u-s but now there's some concern.... .....the pesticide used to killed mosquitoes may be harmful and now the state stepping in also.... a child is found...dead inside her parents home... when unthinkable happens on her birthday.... in today's health report... the zika virus is spreading in florida....
and the state is taking action with aerial spraying. but there are
concerns that the pesticide being used to fight the outbreak-- may also be hazardous. there's concern that the chemical being sprayed called naled may also be harmful for unborn babies. european countries have banned naled insecticide. and in puerto rico, where zika has been rampant, people have demonstrated against naled, a type of poisoning... (dr. barry ryan, rollins school of public health, emory univ.) "it's essentially a neurotoxin and can result in unborn children in particular having particular neurodevelopment problems." however....the c-d-c and the environmental protection agency say naled is safe and the best option for killing these mosquitos the cdc also says naled has been used extensively for years in the united states... an update on the outrage over epi-pen prices skyrocketing. the drug-maker behind a
affordable. the company mylan makes the epi- pen auto-injector. it's used to quickly treat the severe allergic reaction known as anaphylaxis, which can include swelling of the tongue or throat, shortness of breath and a rash. mylan created a firestorm when it raised the price of a standard two-pack of epi-pens from 100-dollars in 2009 to its current price at about 600- dollars. mylan now says it will provide instant saving cards worth 300-dollars to patn face high out of pocket costs an 11-year old is found dead inside his home after his dad calls in to report his death..... now....authorities are trying to determine the exact circumstances of the boy's death and also whether officials missed warning signs of possible abuse in the home. also... another earthquake....rocks the country of thailand... now the death toll continues to rise the death toll in thailand rises to 4 after a 6-point-8 earthquake rocks the
italy's quake.... officials were there to survey the damage and how to go about strengthening the temple structures to guard against future quakes. many homes cant be repaired.... adlib at desk drying trend is taking over the valet for today. mainly sunny skies will be common along with highs featured a for this time of year. expect 99 to104 degrees valley wide with a bit of a breeze coming out of the south/southwest at 10-20 mph. gusts may reach between 25 and
the first time social services has been called to the home.. the horrific details surrounding his death... coming up.... also... a girl is killed on her birthday....but authorities say its who the parents welcomed into their home is the one that's responsible..... you're watching 13 action news, where you get breaking news fast and first. stay with us. murdered in new mexico on what i'm catherine cortez masto and i approve this message. four years ago i was diagnosed with breast cancer
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with another couple and their child in an alburquerque apartment when-- for some reason-- she attacked the couple with a tool. that couple escaped and called 911. when officers arrived - it was a gruesome scene inside... they found that little girl...dead. sources tell our affiliate the woman was just released from jail. the police chief says they have their only suspect in custody-- and there is no danger to
a mother is now charged in the death of her 11 year old son.... the boy was found malnourished and beaten.... as leanne suter reports....social services had been called multiple times. teri rodriguez/neighbor det. moses castillo/los angeles police dept "cecilia"/neighbor ((echo park) neighbors continue to add to a growing memorial in honor of an innocent life lost. an 11 yr old boy killed police by his mother after suffering from severe abuse and (teri rodriguez- neighbor 39:43 its very shocking but as time goes on the stories get worse) 39 year old veronica aguilar is now behind bars? aguilar's husband called police to their echo park home monday afternoon after she she told him her son was dead. (det. moses castillo- lapd 17:34 once they arrived at thy dead for some time) neighbors say the family had only moved in a couple months ago, one resident (cecilia- neighbor 51:52 we hear that social services has been over
detectives say the department of children and family services had contacted the family before, but it's unclear what actions they took. dcfs says it can not comment on specifics of the case, but says the department has made a number of improvements following several high profile cases.. including the death of 8 year old gabriel fernandez who beaten to death by his mother and her boyfriend. sevearl social workers also charged in the case for being criminally negligent. as police investigate the circumstances around this latest tragedy.. detectives say one thing is (det. moses castillo- lapd 17:49 in my 25 years as law enforcement this is one of the worst cases i've seen. no child should have to suffer this kind of life..or put an end his life) a flock of birds closes down a
flyers and pilots across the country.... also... a look back out at the destruction caused by a deadly earth in central italy.... have you downloaded the all new 13 action news app yet? it's simple to use and features live streaming, video on demand with photos that are just a tap away from the home screen, plus blazing fast radar. get it free in the app store and in google play.
flames and fireworks. thankfully no one was injured..... but....all night, viewers sent us pictures and videos... saying they could hear explosions and see the smoke for miles. the 3-alarm blaze started just after midnight near dean martin and harmon. at least 70 firefighters battled the fire. the warehouse was being used by "the people's autism foundation and was filled with school
firefighters haven't determined a cause. also.. good news.. all morning we've been concerned about the side of the structure that is bent down toward the luxe pet hotel where 20 pets stayed overnight. this is near harmon and dean martin.... the owner lives just down the road. she got the call just after midnight. her and a team of 4 ran over to rescue the pets. ((ad lib about air quality and how this fire might add to advisory)) ((ad lib and toss to greg)) drying trend is taking over the valet for today. mainly sunny skies will be common along with highs featured around normal values for this time of year. expect 99 to104 degrees valley wide with a bit of a breeze coming out of the south/southwest at 10-20 mph. gusts may reach between 25 and 35 mph this afternoon. overall we look to have a nice day for the valley but there is a catch. smoke! southern california is
survivors...continues in central italy a day after a deadly earthquake rocked the region. and now the frantic search for those trapped continues.... abc's ray raimundi...with the latest developments.... nats this video of an aftershock in the ravished town as they attempt to rescue those...still trapped
man...lucky to be alive. [in italian, voice of translator] sot - "after the second tremor, more rocks fell on my head, and i got a lot of plaster in my mouth, and i called for help, i was gasping and i thought i was dead, that it was over." the scope of the devastation... a day after that 6-point-2 magnitude quake...seen in this exclusive drone video an invisible line between the new town....where houses remain untouched..... and the old city.......where town...flattened....... nats but beyond the destruction... a glimmer of hope [celebration and cheering of girl being rescued] nats cheers of joy when 10-year-old julia... was rescued from being trapped this little boy...another child who survived the tremors nats the race against time to find scores of others who are still missing sot - "we worked through the night? the teams didn't stop.. // we have 30 dogs combing the the clock tower...the only
standing homes...unrecognizable. cars... destroyed. streets littered with concrete. pkg tag: italian officials say intense rescue efforts will continue for at least the next several days.. they will not stop...until all survivors are found ray raimundi, abc news, new york. a violent murder suspect is now jail charged with first degree murder..... got into a fight with another man near charleston and nellis sunday night and stabbed him multiple times. the victim was rushed to the hospital where he later died. police are still looking into what led to the fight. just hours after we broke the story of a woman and young daughter becoming victims of a home invasion.... she bravely confronts the suspects..... take a listen.... you'll only see it here on 13 action news..... i will press charges, and they will be arrested, they could have killed me and my daughter (butted with) can i look in
x box, shirts, laptop (i have my own stuff, i don't need your stuff) the victim says she thinks her neighbors broke into her home near rancho and gowan.. because they were supposed to be on vacation. at the last minute the mom and her daughter decided to stay behind. she identified the suspects to police but they have not made any arrests yet. the fight against crime in the valley is getting a big boost on monday the new spring valley area command will open near sahara and durango. 101 officers from nearby commands volunteered to work here. they'll be patrolling from flamingo to charleston-- from the i-15, all the way west. up until now, this area of the west side only had one area command. so there were roughly 170 officers for 103 square miles. metro says adding this new station will help with officer response time. concerned parents are turning
being forced to ride r-t-c buses instead of school buses. magnet school students must live within the bussing boundaries if they want to ride the school bus. thats because of more students, less money and zoning changes this school year.... but since magnet schools are career and interest based-- like engineering or performance arts... most of the students don't live near them. "let me ask the school board this....would you ever put your child, grandson, or granddaughter who is 13 or 14 years old....on a bus....even 15....and have them travel miles on a public bus? you know you know you wouldn't. they woudln't! they wouldn't do it! they would never do it!" the announcement was just made on tuesday. our crews talked to parents who say they never even heard about the change, and they're now reconsidering sending their child to a magnet school. "god is good!" those were the words coming from a man who's been locked up behind
now.....that philadelphia man is finally able to celebrate his freedom! "god is good! god is good! god is good! in 19-93 tony wright was convicted of raping and murdering a woman. after the innocence project took on his case, they found d-n-a of a career criminal on the victim. wright was given a re-trial, and the jury cleared him in an hour. that was three and a half years ago, but now wright is finally free. davis: how are wright: if you are all the time, it'll ruin you... especially behind those walls, man... wright says he looks forward to spending time with his family... and enjoying the taste of freedom. now to a set of scary plane landings in new york....two packed aircrafts..... two hours apart....slamming into birds at jfk. the incidents ...again raising concerns about the dangers of
abc's david kerley has more from reagan national airport in d.c....... during the morning rush.... a jet blue aircraft.... flew right into trouble... sot: atc pilot: "on touchdown, we had a bird strike. bird. it's dead." two hours later another incident at the same airport ... a four engine jumbo jet... a singapore a-380...one on the bigget jets flying... also hit birds... seen by other pilots... sot: atc pilot: "there's a big flock of birds went into those two engines and it kind of scattered everywhere." (kim suggested shorte they were small starlings... but the flock... hit by the jet... left a mess on the runway... carnage everywhere... sot: atc other pilot: "there's a bunch of dead birds on the runway, i don't want to take off." while both flights at j-f-k landed without incident... bird strikes... can be serious.... sot: actual sully "hit birds. we've lost thrust on both engines. we're turning back towards laguardia." that is the real radio call from sully sullenbger's jet which took off and lost both engines to bird strikes.... less than 3 thousand feet in the air.... landing in the hudson....
now becoing a hollywood movie... sully... sot: trailer "i got an a320 diving for the river" proof... that nature meeting technology can sometimes lead to unexpected consequences... sot: trailer "no one has ever trained for an incident like that." the community is mourning the loss of a man who helped transform the strip into the iconic destination we know it as today. joel bergman's family tells us the 80 year old passed away yesterday morning. fellow architect, paul steelman wrote on facebook saying-- "there will never be another architect that has had such a profound influence on entertainment architecture as joel. disney was created by walt disney... las vegas was created by joel." his biggest projects include--paris las vegas, the
grand. a search is underway for man caught stealing out of laundromat..... the deserate plea from the victim's children... coming up.... :05 also... a wrong order gets a waiter verbally and phyiscally assaulted....and it leads to gunshots fired! and here's a live look at the new york stock exchange... ((ad-lib)) ((ad-lib)) lunch interrupted by gunfire at police say a waiter opened fire during a fight with two
the truth is crime actually went down during my time in office. that's why i've been endorsed by law enforcement across nevada. i'm proud of my record cracking down on meth, protecting seniors from scams, and holding
banks accountable for defrauding homeowners. i'm catherine cortez masto. i approve this message because i've spent my career solving problems. isn't that what we need more of in washington? a customer inside the texas steakhouse recorded the fight. it apparently started when the
then the customers started yelling at him and hitting him. that's when the waiter pulled out his handgun and fired at the ceiling before taking off. police have not yet said if anyone will face any charges. drying trend is taking over the valet for today. mainly sunny skies will be common along with highs featured around normal values for this time of year. gusts may reach between 25 and overall we look to have a nice day for the valley but there is a catch. smoke! southern california is still battling wildfires and with winds out of the southwest, smoke and hazy will be moving into the region. an air quality advisory is in place for today and possibly into friday morning. hackers strike once again target saturday night live star leslie jones. her website was shut down after
a new york father is asking for help after someone stole his puppy. it happened on monday at a laundromat in brooklyn. the man says he locked the three month old dog named pippin inside an office at his business... police say the thief popped the electronic door release, grabbed pippin, and ran away. the puppy snatcher is believed to have an accomplice who
while the crime was happening. dog will show up at a local veterinarian's office soon. prince's home, paisley park, will soon open to the public. fans of the late rock legend can start buying tickets online this friday for tours that begin on october third. no word yet of the price. the 65-thousand square foot was where the superstar recorded, produced, and mixed most of his biggest hits. prince's sister said this is something he always wanted to do. prince died without a will in april. his family is seeking permission from the city...to use paisley park as a museum, occasional recording studio, and concert venue. ryan lochte could soon be going for the gold.....on the dance floor. the olympian swimmer is reportedly in talks to take part in season 23 of "dancing with the stars." the 32-year-old is still reeling
and other swimmers getting robbed at gunpoint while in rio...... lochte lost a number of endorsement deals because of that. the entire cast of the upcoming season of "dancing with the stars" will be announced next week. you can check out all of the stories trending today... on our ktnv mobile app vegas seven magazine is ready for football season with their latest issue! everyone wants to know where should we go to most tvs, etc.... melinda sheckells, editor in chief of vegas seven is here to break it down for us! thanks for joining us! the still the mirage;
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