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violence -- erupting inside a gated community. good evening -- and welcome to 13 action news -- live at 5 i'm christopher king. a man is dead -- gunned down by his roommate . 13 action news reporter -- david schuman has the story from henderson. henderson police were called to this home early this morning -- in the 6:00 hour -- when a neighbor called 9-1- 1 after hearing gunshots. man in his late 20s or early he stayed at the house and was arrested quickly. a woman also was inside the home -- she wasn't hurt but it's not immediately clear what her relationship was to the men. a neighbor drinking her morning coffee when this all happened was shaken up by the police presence on her street. 10:13:10 linda frisa, neighbor "it's a little disturbing because we're in a gated community. you didn't think it would happen." you can see where
been called to the house for a domestic violence issue. in henderson..david schuman..13 action news. a young man is shot and killed overnight. whoever pulled the trigger -- is on the loose. it happened just before 1 this morning -- near commerce and carey in north las vegas. police -- finding the 19-year- old man -- on the ground -- shot several times. investigators don't believe this was random. a woman is lucky to be alive this evening -- after an early morning fire. crews -- forcing their way into a condo -- near fort apache and sahara -- as smoke pours from the unit. the kitchen. firefighters -- quickly finding the woman who lives there -- in the bedroom. she was treated for smoke inhalation at the hospital. investigators say -- one of the burners on the stove was left on. a big scare for a frontier airlines flight -- all because of a piece of paper. here's a live look at mccaran airport. that's where it happened officials tell us -- crews were cleaning the cabin -- after flight from miami -- when they found what appeared to be a threatening note -- written on
metro police -- releasing pictures of this robbery suspect -- hoping you recognize him. detectives say -- this guy hit a business on tropicana -- earlier this month. they say -- he stormed in -- demanded money and ran away. take a close look -- you can see he's wearing a distinctive unlv hat. if you know who he is -- call metro. right now -- a live look outside across the valley. we had some rain -- thunder -- and lightning overnight. will we get more of the same? for the answe all things weather -- let's check in with 13-first-alert meteorologist -- karla huelga. chances for rain tonight are slight and look like they may stay in the mountains. the system that brought us an active last couple of days will push east tonight, which means average temperatures by monday. expect a high of 100 tomorrow with mainly sunny skies, then 103 on monday with sunny skies. temps will continue to climb with a high of 105 tuesday. on wednesday the winds will then windy on thursday as the system passes mainly to our
this senseless killing. enough is enough. dwyane wade taking his message to twitter? one day after a stray bullet hit and killed his cousin in chicago. the n-b-a superstar tweeting: "antoher act of senseless gun violence. four kids lost their mom for no reason." "the city of chicago is hurting. we need more help and more hands on deck." sot - (broadcastify) "we got a female (inaudible) shot in the head." 32-year-old nykea aldridge was caught in the crossf pushed her baby in a stroller on the city's southside friday afternoon... an innocent victim killed in a violent crime epidemic. sot - (broadcastify) "we got a crime scene at 6350. we got shell casings" the murder rate in chicago is up a staggering 48-percent this year. on thursday - just one day before aldrige's death? wade - a three-time n-b-a champion recently traded to the chicago bulls - joined fellow players at an e-s-p- n town hall to talk about the growing
about a whole coming together and understanding that it's deep rooted. and this is something that didn't start today, this something that's not gonna end tomorrow." just hours later, wade's mother tearfully talking about her niece? holding nykea's crying mom. sot - pastor jolinda wade / victim's aunt "i believe it's senseless.//just going to register her kids in school and bullets that fly around that questioning possible suspects? while the community hopes for change - and swift action. (wbbm - nns n sot - father michael pfleger / saint sabina's catholic church "?." alex perez, abc news, chicago. most crimes don't make any sense. but this one -- is just unfathomable. police arrest a man -- accused of stabbing two mississippi nuns -- to death. rodney sanders -- now charged with murder. sister margaret held -- and sister paula merril -- were found -- murdered inside their home on thursday. the two nuns -- both nurse practitioners -- served the poor -- for more than 30 years. (mos) "everybody was the same
they help you in anyway that they can." investigators say -- the nun's' home was broken into. police -- finding their missing car a mile away. fears over the zika virus -- spreading here to nevada. health officials -- confirming zika in a pregnant woman -- who traveled abroad. it's the fourth confirmed case in washoe county. they're not sure where the woman traveled. but they say -- you have to take extra caution -- if you're heading to places where there are outbreaks. new images of that fire that foundation warehouse. you can see just how devastating the fire was. the fire broke out thursday night -- near dean martin and harmon -- destroying all of the school supplies they'd collected. thirteen action news -- helping out -- with a phone bank -- viewers donating more than 6-thousand dollars to the foundation. the new school year starts on monday. parents and students -- are hustling to get ready. 13 action news reporter -- marti glaser heads to downtown summerlin -- as parents cross off -- those last- minute to-do
214345 trying to get everything done its really crazy . 214347 as the count down to the first day of school quickly approaches . you could feelthe excitement in the air 214211 - 214211 nat kid( i love to go to school) 215110- nat at the 9th annual cox back to school fair 2144 i got alot of information a lot of school calenders for the tracks and stuff. 2144 the one shopping event ...offers parents everything from registration- transportation information to required immunizations. among the hundreds in ccsd 213427 when i was a sleep the night before, when i was a student i couldn't sleep i would get so excited about the first day of school . new this year.... ccsd is vamping up it's food service 213507 kids complain about food all the time because it has to be so healthy with federal guidlelines.213510 but- now by having both parents and they actually get a cinnamon roll. 213514 their is a kid in all of us and yes .. .even i took the bait.
you so .. they are excellent and they are nutritional and it's a way to make kids eat breakfast every morning and breakfast is the most important meal of the day .215025 if they say this cinnamon bunn is healthy than i am going to have to go back to school and eat them every single day.. reporting from downtown summerlin marti glaser 13 action news. police -- taken on a wild -- high- speed chase. and it's all caught on camera. what the driver does next -- is even more shocking. plus -- changes are coming to clark county schools. but they're not all good. why school police are sounding the alarm. the safety of your children -- could be at risk. and remember -- chopper 13 bringing you breaking news fast -- and first. stay with us. (police officer) "you were
the car." a wisconsin woman leads police on a high-speed chase. she drove so dangerously fast -- cops say -- they had a hard time keeping up. (police officer) "speeds over 110... still can't catch her." (police officer) "she just brake checked me." officers -- eventually catching up with the woman -- outside her home -- where she
cop in the head -- before being arrested. and get this -- when they explained the charges -- she said -- "i should have punched you harder." by cops - v a new app could keep cops --and drivers more honest during traffic stops. it's called "copwise". the makers say -- it records audio -- which you can use as evidence in court. the app also let's you can read up on your rights. or if you don't know what to say -- the maker claim --the app can say it for you. nats - "officer, i now wish to invoke my 4th and 5th amendment rights." the developer says -- and law enforcement. brian cumby/app creator) "sometimes people get aggravated or nervous or they just have trouble talking to police so this kind of helps people with an alternative.") copwise is available for i-o-s -- and android for about three dollars. it's like a scene out of a movie. two stranded boaters -- rescued from a desert island -- after a u-s navy plane -- spots "s-o-s" -- written in the sand.
eight days -- on a beach in micronesia -- inthe south pacific. they had limited supplies -- and no emergency equipment. rescuers -- searching more than 16-thousand square miles -- before finding the castaways. no word on their conditions. heavy rains -- soaking the kansas city area. flash flooding -- making roads impassable -- turning parking lots into lakes. crews -- busy rescuing stranded motorists.. two women -- pulled from their car -- after it got caught in rising waters. emergency crews -- also saving a woman and her two do wx chat chances for rain tonight are slight and look like they may stay in the mountains. the system that brought us an active last couple of days will push east tonight, which means we'll dry out for sunday. high pressure will start to take over the forecast tomorrow and that will lead to above average temperatures by monday. expect a high of 100 tomorrow with mainly sunny skies, then 103 on monday with sunny skies. temps will continue to climb
next pacific system. we'll be breezy wednesday afternoon with a high of 104, then windy on thursday as the system passes mainly to our north and drags in milder air. afternoon highs will top out at 100 on thursday and 99 on friday. on saturday the winds will again pick up to breezy ahead of another system that may bring chances for rain back into the forecast on sunday. on monday parents will send days will push east tonight, which means we'll dry out for sunday. high pressure will start to take over the forecast tomorrow and that will lead to above average temperatures by monday. expect a high of 100 tomorrow with mainly sunny skies, then 103 on monday with sunny skies. temps will continue to climb with a high of 105 tuesday. on wednesday the winds will start to pick up ahead of our next pacific system. we'll be breezy wednesday afternoon with a high of 104,
north and drags in milder air. afternoon highs will top out at 100 on thursday and 99 on friday. on saturday the winds will again pick up to breezy ahead of another system that may bring chances for rain back into the forecast on sunday. on monday parents will send their kids back to school.. but will they be safe? the days will push east tonight, which means we'll dry out for sunday. high pressure will start to take over the forecast tomorrow and that will lead to above average temperatures by monday. expect a high of 100 tomorrow with mainly sunny skies, then 103 on monday with sunny skies. temps will continue to climb
on wednesday the winds will start to pick up ahead of our next pacific system. we'll be breezy wednesday afternoon with a high of 104, then windy on thursday as the system passes mainly to our north and drags in milder air. afternoon highs will top out at 100 on thursday and 99 on friday. on saturday the winds will again pick up to breezy bring chances for rain back
but will they be safe? the people -- who are supposed to protect them -- say no. contact-13 chief-investigator -- darcy spears looks at claims -- a staffing shortage-- is putting everyone at risk. /:41 nats: cop on radio in car - 370301/ whether patrolling surrounding streets or roaming school halls, a police presence on campus is comforting at least... / 1:14 nats: students outside campus.../ and at best, could prevent a tragedy. /1:44 nat sequence: i can monitor the fro the whole entire perimeter of the school./ /2:08 nats: crackling radio nats with shot on hand/joystick/ /2:13 nats: anybody that's coming on /2:08 nats: crackling radio nats with shot on hand/joystick/ /2:13 nats: anybody that's coming on so says the district. but the school police union says they're not living up to that claim. 6:10 tony russo/poaccsd president: we definitely association.
for the 2016/2017 school year, he sent this email to all union members. :21 tony: right now, we are severely understaffed for this upcoming school year. russo says vacancies left by spreading the remaining officers too thin and undermining their ability to ensure a safe learning environment. 1:43 tony: most of the high schools that had two officers assigned to them are down to only one. according to the union's list, 31 high schools had officers assigned to them last year. this year, twenty went from two permanent officers... / 1:18 officer nats on radio" where you at?"/... to just one in a county that's had it's share of school violence. file track nat from michael burton pkg mojave high shooting on 11/22/15: "police say the shots were fired at around 4pm - after a fight broke out..." as action news reported last november, a 16-year-old was canyon springs high school still has two. its history includes a violent start to the 2013 school year. from aug. 26, 2013 pkg: det. maciszak: six suspects came on
fight and one was robbed at gunpoint and pistol whipped during a welcome back breakfast for the senior class. /:33 nats dispatch over radio/ six middle schools had a permanent police presence last year. this year, the p.o.a says only roy martin on north 28th street has an assigned officer. 1:59 tony: what it's made is an already soft target even softer, in our eyes. 2:32 darcy: the officers are at risk? tony: yeah. d: the staff is at risk? the students are at risk? t: yes. d: and have you expressed those concerns to the chief and the district? t: they have not sat down with us. over the phone, he said current staffing levels are down about seven and a half percent. darcy stand-up: clark high school is another campus the union says is down from two officers to one. police officials say they've been experimenting with single officer campuses for a few years and don't feel it compromises safety. captain young says roving officers and zone patrols will
every two high schools... adding that ccsd police hire year- round and partner with other law enforcement agencies for assistance. darcy tag: the school district had an outside consultant perform a staffing analysis of the school police department. in july, we asked for a copy, but to date, they've delayed giving it to us, saying the district needs more time to process. we'll share it with you as soon as they share it with us. in the meantime, as a digital extra you'll find only on ktnv.com, we've got a map where he's -- back on the campaign -- he says -- trying to appeal to people of color. sot - donald trump / (r) presidential nominee "african-americans, hispanics - vote for trump! i will fix it!" trump -- taking more heat today -- after a tweet -- many say -- is racist -- and tries to capitalize on tragedy.
go -- during a hearing! here's her argument -- some people focus better while doing something she calls "braindead." committee members weren't impressed, they complained. she stopped playing. it's your voice -- your vote in the race for the white house. hillary clinton receives her first intelligence briefing. and donald trump hits the campaign trail -- after yet another controversial tweet. abc's -- devin dwyer -- is in washington with more. nats - donald trump the road focusing on the crucial battleground state of iowa. sot - donald trump / (r) presidential nominee "african-americans, hispanics - vote for trump! i will fix it!" the nominee repeating his controversial new appeal to minority voters - specifically african americans. sot - donald trump / (r) presidential nominee "what do you have to lose?" but he's also taking heat over a tweet sent this morning about nba star dwyane wade - whose cousin
quote: "dwyane wade's cousin was just shot and killed walking her baby in chicago. just what i have been saying. african-americans will vote trump!" critics quickly jumped - accusing trump of racism - and using a real- life tragedy for political gain. that didn't stop the nominee from doubling down during his speech in iowa. sot - donald trump / (r) presidential nominee "more than six-thousand african americans are the victims of murder every single year. just yesterday, the cousin of nba star dwyane wade, great guy, dwyane wade? was the ------------------ meanwhile, rival hillary clinton spent saturday morning at her first national security intelligence briefing? her motorcade arriving at the f-b- i field office in white plains, new york. the democratic nominee attending alone - for more than sot - sen. tim kaine / (d) vice-
temps will continue to climb with a high of 105 tuesday. and --.here's a look at what's coming up later tonight -- on abc. at 6 -- nfl preseason action -- between the los angeles rams and denver broncos. at 9 -- special edition of 13 action news at 10 -- boston that's our news for now. stay with us -- for abc's world news -- up next. we'll see you back here after the game -- for a special edition of 13 action news. thanks for watching.
test test test test test test test test test welcome to "w tonight." breaking news. the midair scare at 30,000 feet. a southwest flight bound for orlando making an emergency landing. the cabin losing pressure. one of the plane's two engines torn away. the hunt for the suspects who killed a young mother walking with her daughter on the streets of chicago. the victim, the cousin of an nba star. dwyane wade's message tonight. donald trump under fire for his response to that tragedy from the very voters he's desperately trying to win over. >> it can't get any worse. what do you have to lose? >> now hillary clinton under fire too. tonight an abc news exclusive, the new e-mails. did her top aides give favors to donors. protest on the field.