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responsible remains on the run at this hour. metro says the shooting happened just after 1-30 this morning. overnight as you can see police swarmed the strip. police tell us there was some kind of an argument between two men in front of the miracle mile shops...that's when one of the men pulled out a gun and shot the other. that victim is in the hospital... expected to be ok. as soon we know more information we'll pass it along to you. and just breaking now-- two
a good samaritan rescued one man from the water and gave him to the coast guard. the coast guard, police, and fire departments now turn the search to two others. the flight was a training flight in a small cessna. the condition of the first victim is unknown. 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. ((ad-lib)) 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 and that will lead to above average temperatures by monday. expect a high of 100 today 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 system passes mainly to our north and drags in milder air.
bring chances for rain back into the forecast on sunday. right now. henderson police are investigating a deadly crash near warm springs and eastgate. 13 action news fast and first to police say a car and a moped crashed around nine.. the moped driver died on scene. warm springs at boulder highway-- and warm springs at eastgate were closed but now back open. new from overnight -- a tipped semi near the 95 and cheyenne is finally towed away! on the left of your screen was the scene around seven last night when the semi was first spotted.... on the right is around 2 this
it spent more than seven hours there! it's not clear what caused the semi to overturn or whether anyone was hurt. right now -- a quiet henderson neighborhood is waking up on edge... after a man is shot and killed. we brought this first to here on good morning las vegas...yesterday. only 13 action news spoke to the woman who owns the home. police say a fight between two shooting. this is the suspect -- michael la-nun-zi-ata. he's now charged with open murder. the homeowner says la-nun-zi-ata was visiting from colorado and had been staying in the house for a couple weeks. he's friends with the homeowners daughter, who lives in the house. the homeowner says her daughter had been seeing a guy and he was also staying over. saturday morning, that man told lanunziata he should be paying
right now a killer is on the run after shooting a man in north las vegas. it happened just before 1 yesterday morning -- near commerce and carey. police found the 19-year-old man on the ground... shot several times. investigators don't believe this was random. raiders fans are waiting on pins and needles. this morning still no official announcement on plans for the new stadium. but that isn't stopping raiders fans here in las vegas from team. this is the newly re-named -- las vegas raider nation cantina -- on boulder highway -- near twain. officials at the party say ....this is proof las vegas deserves the stadium. andy abboud, las vegas sands corporation 165853 andy abboud "this is a once-in- a-lifetime opportunity to be clear. if we don't approve this stadium this fall well probably lose the opportunity for the nfl to come to las vegas in our lifetime." legislators still need to
from the start of the school year. and - the first public school in las vegas just got a 12-and-a-half million dollar facelift. the historic westside school -- will now serve as an office and meeting space. senator harry reid attended the unveiling yesterday. now-- here's some history for you. westside first opened in 1923 with only four classrooms as a branch of the las vegas grammar school . it closed in the 60's. funding the upgrade. just ahead of the new school year parents and students -- hustled to get ready at a back-to-school event in downtown summerlin yesterday. one-stop shopping for parents looking to get everything -- from info on bus routes to vaccines for their kids. and this year clark county schools are getting creative with their food service 213507 kids complain about food all the time because it has to
guidlelines.213510 parents and students took a survey. the school district -- hoping to find that perfect balance. don't forget... 13 action news is your back-to-school station! we're amp'ing up our coverage monday... with more crews out on the streets. we'll have all the back-to-school traffic information... you need to get your kids to school on time. that's tomorrow on "good morning las vegas" -- starting at 4:30 a-m. and to help you get ready for the bi check out our back-to-school section on our website... ktnv dot com. another day another mid-air scare this time a plane nearly loses its engine! terrified passengers describe their experience -- next. a new scam is targeting drivers -- across the country. and it's all caught on camera. tow truck drivers in the center
southwest flight -- from new orleans to orlando. an engine ripped right off a plane shortly after takeoff... the packed passenger-jet
-- coming in for an emergency landing. matt lupoli is in orlando...and spoke to those passengers when they landed. some of the 99 passengers on board a southwest airlines flight headed to orlando from new orleans feared the worst when they heard a big boom as one of the plane's engines blew. julie stephens: i thought it
travis stephens: it just felt like half the plane almost capiszed on the other side. so i was kind of worried about that. tammy richards: i had my five-year-old sitting next to and so i looked out the window next to me. there was a lot of smoke. window, there was all this i held him real close to me, and i looked out the window and just saw metal flapping. matt: passengers say as oxygen masks deployed, the pilots and crewmembers stayed calm, telling them the flight would be diverted. minutes later, they were international, safely. had that punctured the interior cabin, we would be dead. we are definitely grateful we are so safe, watched over and we had good pilots that was matt lupoli reporting for us. it's not clear yet what caused
inspect the damage when authorized and work with the n-t-s-b- to determine the cause of the problem. this morning an n-f-l star is at the center of a national debate. before a big game san francisco 49er's quarterback colin kaepernick refused to stand up for the national anthem. he released a statement saying -- "i am not going to stand up to show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses black people and people of color "to me, this is bigger than football and i look the other way. " he did not say whether he would continue.... with his protest ....when the regular season starts. 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 and that will lead to above average temperatures by monday. expect a high of 100 today with mainly sunny skies, then 103 on monday with sunny skies.
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, then windy on thursday as the system passes mainly to our north and drags in milder air. afternoon highs will top out at 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. the system that brought us an active last couple of days
tonight, which means we'll dry out for sunday. high pressure will start to take over the forecast and that will lead to above average temperatures by monday. expect a high of 100 today with mainly sunn 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, then windy on thursday as the system passes mainly to our north and drags in milder air. again pick up to breezy ahead of another system that may bring chances for rain back into the forecast on sunday.
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. the survivors -- marooned for eight days -- on a beach -- in the south pacific. they had limited supplies and no emergency equipment. rescuers -- searching more than 16-thousand square miles -- before finding the castaways. police in georgia are the targets of a bizarre threat. someone leaves a headless voo-doo- doll next to a dead lizard -- possibly even an animal sacrifice. this isn't a crime. but it hasn't stopped police from pouring over surveillance video hoping to track down whoever -- they believe -- is threatening officers. police say in the future they hope people will come to them
sot gfx: excuse me, you have my car drivers across the country falling victim to traps laid by the tow truck drivers... the scam -- now caught on camera. look at this photo. the no-parking sign is on the ground. moments later it's back up. the car getting towed. experts believe some tow truck drivers wait for drivers to in a specific spot you can avoid being their next victim by watching for three things. first keep an eye out for hard-to- see no parking signs. second -- look out any unmarked tow trucks waiting nearby. and finally -- look at the other cars. if they have parking permits you're may on private property. a cafe is robbed.
letter of forgiveness -- outside the shop. crooks broke in last week and stole the entire cash register -- making off with 3-thousand dollars. the sign reads in part "if the money you stole was to better you and your family's living then i forgive you." 058 if the thief comes back....if he needs a job he's hired 1:05 the sign -- that's now viral got the owner six marriage proposals. here's something a little unsettling. the t-s-a is snagging an alarming number of guns -- as passengers try to board flights. todd walker reports -- this was record week for gun seizures -- at airports around the country. as t-s-a looks to improve its performance on catching dangerous items going through security.. it is finding more and more loaded guns..
setting a record once again.. --pkg-- 4:00 99 percent of the time if not higher than that people simply forget :05 there is a growing trend in airline carry ons.. it is not that fancy roller bag.. 4:05 that has a cascading effect in that it slows the security lines down :10 more and more the t-s-a is finding things like this inside.. for the second week in a row.. the transportation security administration has seized a record number of weapons.. including loaded guns.. at security checkpoints. 81 nationwide last week.. 70 were loaded.. and 31 had a round in the with last week's record number more than 19-hundred () have been seized this year.. 400 more than this time last year. it's not just guns.. knives.. swords.. and even throwing stars.. we've reported for months on how the t- s-a has been under pressure to improve its security screening.. ken jenkins is an aviation crisis consultant. 1:12 their needing to crack down and be more effective at their job i think is certainly
into the increase.. with more people getting concealed carry licenses.. 2:55 that could also be contributing to it as more people have access to guns 3:00 and go out and acquire them legally :02 but then forget where they've placed it for example :05 --todd look live tag-- atlanta's airport has the highest number of guns and weapons seized.. with 110.. dallas runs a close second at 105.. for the now, i'm todd walker. if you're eating your breakfast here's your warning to put down the fork. because we're going dirty dining. and the meal is being served up... by someone who doesn't even have time... to put down the cigarette! you're watching good morning las vegas.. we'll be right back on this
darcy spears has it all in today's dirty dining. eatopia bistro--an ethiopian restaurant on arville and tropicana--was shut down for racking up too many demerits. 45 of them, to be exact. 19:39:36 i'm darcy spears from channel 13. who's the person in charge? they all look at each other, but don't immediately answer. 39:43 darcy: we need to talk to whoever's in charge because you guys are on dirty dining for the 45-demerit closure and we'd like to get your side of those 45 demerits came from stuff like a dirty ashtray on a food prep surface and expired food including feta cheese and week-old almond milk. they were also storing a pot and food processor on stairs and on the floor next to dirty mops and dust pans. and the person in charge had no clue about what symptoms should prevent a sick employee from coming to work. so, who is in charge? 39:55 he's not here right now. when i remind her they can't be open to the public with nobody in charge, she says they're
it's closed. it's not open yet. it's two o'clock they gonna open it. d: ok. the hours say 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. outside. yeah, the lunch time is over so they gonna open it at two o'clock. which is when we're told we'll get answers. and, we do. 48:24 ahmed ahmed: there was a different owner and then, like, we took over, bought the restaurant. and it got shut down under the other guy's name. and then, you know, we reopened it, got a a-plus and that's what happ a-plus. ahmed: well you know, a, whatever, you know it went from a c to a a. actually it went from closed down to an a. new manager ahmed ahmed says they inherited all the problems. 49:23 darcy: who's smoking while they're preparing food with a dirty ashtray on a food prep surface? who was doing that? ahmed: i'm not sure. that wasn't one of our workers. i'm pretty sure it was one of the other guy's--previous worker. darcy: and the expired food? the almond milk and the feta
most of like, all the stuff that was here it was like still his stuff. he acknowledges that lots of little things are a big deal to the dining public. like improper handwashing, no sanitizer and uncovered food subject to contamination. 52:30 darcy: when you saw that 45 demerits did you know we'd be coming? ahmed: i was really upset, yeah, i mean, i thought about it, but i didn't know y'all would show up like this quick, but, you know, we got it taken care of so everything tropicana a down for failing reinspection. there were multiple repeat violations including expired walls onto floors. nutrition rush management scheduled the reinspection, but the health district found continued non-compliance--and lack of managerial control over risk factors for foodborne illness. the second imminent health hazard closure was the luxor casino service bar.
having hot water. there was also a visibly dirty fruit press and olives stored underneath a fly trap. darcy tag: eatopia, nutrition rush and the luxor service bar have all reopened with a grades. darcy spears, 13 action news. > right now we are continuing to stay on top of breaking news -- a man is shot on the strip and the gunman is on the run. we have the latest -- next. and -- donald trump on the campaign trail trying to win ov something that has many outraged...and hillary clinton has more email controversy! plus -- police taken on a wild high-speed chase. and it's all caught on camera. this is only the beginning. what the driver does next is even more shocking. don't forget to download the all new 13 action news app. you can stream all of our newscasts live and around the clock. plus -- you can use our most accurate doppler radar to track down weather changes down to your neighborhood.
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on the run at this hour. metro says the shooting happened just after 1-30 this morning. overnight as you can see police swarmed the strip. police tell us there was some kind of an argument between two men in front of the miracle mile shops...that's when one of the men pulled out a gun and shot the other. that victim is in the hospital... expected to be ok. as soon we know more information we'll pass it along to you. and breaking now-- two people are missing after a plane crash in new orleans. a good samaritan rescued one man from the water and escorted him to the coast guard. the coast guard, police, and fire departments ..now turn the search to two others. the flight was a training flight in a small cessna. the condition of the first victim is unknown. good morning las vegas! i'm ... the time now is ... let's get started with a check
with dan bronis. good morning dan! ((ad-lib)) 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 and that will lead to above average temperatures by monday. expect a high of 100 today with mainly sunny skies, then 103 on 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 milde afternoon highs will top out at of another system that may bring chances for rain back into the forecast on sunday. it's your voice your vote in the race for president. donald trump continues to appeal for african-american votes on the campaign trail. but the way he did it has some people crying foul. hillary clinton is off the
look at some of her controversial emails. here's elizabeth hur with those emails and more. (hrc motorcade) hillary clinton spent two hours at an fbi office in white plains, new york today -- not answering more email questions -- but getting her first top-secret national security briefing as a presidential candidate. [gfx] now abc news has obtained these emails between then-top clinton foundation official doug band and clinton's inner circle when she was secretary of state. in one exchange? a request from the foundation for invitations a chinese president. on the list: executives from 3 groups that donated millions to the foundation donald trump calls it corruption. sot trump "it's hard to tell where the clinton foundation ends and where the state department begins." clinton says: [audio under graphic] "my work as secretary of state was not influenced by any outside forces." trump facing criticism himself after working the friday murder of nba star dwyane [pronounced "dwayne"] wade's cousin -- into
our hearts to see it. it's horrible, it's horrible." trump tied the killing to his recent bid for african-american votes, tweeting: "dwayne wade's cousin was just shot and killed walking her baby in chicago. just what i have been saying. african-americans will vote trump!" later, trump tweeted his condolences. clinton's running mate tim kaine in florida today, took exception to trump's remarks: sot kaine: "we just ought to be extending our sympathy to the family." elizabeth hur, abc now to the violent crime in chicago.. hitting home for basketball star.. dwyane wade his cousin a mother of four was gunned down friday afternoon --while pushing her baby in a stroller. wade shared his grief on twitter --tweeting -- "another act of senseless gun violence. the city of chicago is hurting". chicago's murder rate is up a staggering 48-percent this year. sot - pastor jolinda wade /
register her kids in school and bullets that fly around that have no name decided to find its way to her head." police say detectives are working "aggressively" to find nykea's killer. a man is shot and killed during rapper young jeezy's performance in virginia beach. officers found the man's body on the dance floor -- at a night-club. right now police don't haven't identified any suspects. "jeezy" hosted a birthday performance at the club, two sinkholes shut down part of a major highway in florida. officials say a water-main break opened up the sinkholes on florida's turnpike in miami gardens. just a few feet from each other. in honolulu a landslide is slowly taking over homes -- threatening to send them over a cliff. (eugene garrett, concerned resident) "there's three homes up there, one of the homes has a young couple with two young children.
concerned resident) "whenever it rains, all the mud just comes sweeping down here and sooner or comes sweeping down here and sooner or later i was told that the whole mountain is going to collapse on these houses." locals blame a deteriorating sewer line. the city -- repairing it a few years ago. but a later inspection -- finding blockages and cracks. the city denies any wrong doing. experts are now examining the cause of the erosion. to italy now where the country is still in mourning. the families of the victims remembered the hundreds killed -- in wednesday's devastating earthquake. the disaster took the lives of at least 290 people. thousands of survivors now living in camps. their homes flattened. many towns unrecognizable. (police officer) "you were going so fast my laser couldn't even catch you you were going to fast." (police officer) "hey don't be reaching...alright, get out of the car." a wisconsin woman leads police on a high-speed chase. she drives so dangerously fast
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 threatened to kill police they say she managed to punch a cop in the head before being arrested. and get this when they explained the charges she said -- "i should have punched you harder." the zika virus is in nevada. northern nevada health officials have confirmed zika traveled abroad. it's the fourth confirmed case in washoe county. while it's not known where the woman traveled...officials say it underscores the risk of travelling to places where the virus is active. it's been nearly 2-years since the ebola virus tore through western africa. nearly 30-thousand people became infected. american nancy writebol and her husband both contracted ebola in liberia -- while working with a missionary group. despite serious concerns over
university hospital in atlanta -- which has a special isolation unit for highly-contagious diseases. almost 2 years to the day since she was released writebol returned to thank docotrs and nurses. 024 the carehood.....030 cared for us writebol and her husband have returned to liberia to continue their missionary work. in los angeles right now -- police are cracking down on the people who make and sell the synthetic marijuana called spice. they say the drug is becoming a public health crisis. 38 people had to be treated in just the past week including 14 in just one day. (mitch englander, los angeles city council) "they become catatonic or they're foaming of the mouth and they're walking around and it looks like
and los angeles isn't alone. more than 50 people -- were hospitalized in austin, texas -- after suffering bad reactions. officers -- arresting 3 people -- for the bad batch of drugs. new help for outraged parents. a pharmaceutical company is working on a generic alternative to the epipen. they expect to have the cheaper version ready to go by next year. epipen prices are outrageously high. parents are paying 600-dollars for a two-pack... compared with below one-hundred time now is xxxx school year is now less than 24 hours away -- and this morning a new study from unlv has everyone talking. what researchers say affects the way your kids do in school. plus -- education is going high-tech. a new app teaches teens lesson they may not be getting in the
there's a new app called juicebox. users can anonymously ask questions to certified counselors or therapists called sexperts. sot: dr "for kids that are looking for that information with the internet that's their go to place of information and communication" experts say it can be a great resource for teens. but it shouldn't take the place of conversations between parents and kds. your child will do better in school if the looking. that's according to a new study. researchers at unlv designing a simple experiment -- using college students. they found students remember more of the lectures delivered by professors they find attractive. the lead author of the study says -- it all boils down to mother nature. 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
temperatures by monday. expect a high of 100 today 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, then windy on thursday as the system passes mainly to our 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. the system that brought us an active last couple of days
out for sunday. high pressure will start to take over the forecast and that will lead to above average temperatures by monday. expect a high of 100 today 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 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. ((ad-lib at desk))
during a recent hillary clinton fundraiser, the entertainer blasted republican presidential candidate donald trump with comparisons to adolf hitler. as jeanne moos reports --some are backing cher's words, others are defending the forget sonny and cher... "i got you babe..." think hillary and cher. "half breed..." the 70-year-old singer has gotten on her high horse, lending a hand to hillary. and aiming big guns at donald trump. "i just think he's a bleeping idiot." cher was dispatched to her gay fan base, fundraisers in miami, fire island and.... "please welcome to provincetown, cher..." (massive cheer) even lookalikes in drag showed up.
again slogan. "he means we want to make america straight and white." she compared trump's reading from a teleprompter to a children's book. "it's like a racist "fun with dick and jane." (reporter standup) "in front of the mostly gay audience, cher even nitpicked donald on how he says..." "our lgbtq citizens..." "like he just learned it, you know..." "lgbtq..." (repo "it's a little like he's taking an eye test...." cher sang hillary's praises though she did concede... "she's not the greatest speaker in the world..." the donald is no cher fan. he's tweeted she "should spend more time focusing on her family and dying career." when she tweets about him, she uses a toilet emoticon rather than trump's name. she never runs out of bad things to call him. at the fundraiser she raised the specter of president trump. "and i think that if breaking
to go to the podium, we would just all go bleep." trump supporters fired back. "cher is way past her expiration date. time to dump her in the trash." cher's response..."had i known i'd get such vicious hate 4 supporting hillary, i would have done it anyway." bang bang, these two like to shoot each other down. "cher is somewhat of a loser. she's lonely, she's unhappy." "i just think he's a bleeping idiot." jeanne moos cnn ny v check this out. low tide near the mouth of the grande in texas revealing a sandbar connecting mexico and the u-s. that's a walk-way in the water between the two countries. the water about 10-inches below normal. the low-tide is expected to last for several days. u-s border patrol agents say --
going back to school can be stresful not just for the kids and parents...but also for the teachers! when good morning las vegas returns our guest will join us live to tell you about the mcdonalds mac grants program! now let's head to new york for a look at what's coming up on good morning america, coming up on gma, terrifying moments at 30 thousand feet. the engine on a southwest what it was like in the cabin and in the cockpit. plus, the star nfl quarterback to stand during the national anthem before a game. why colin kaepernick from the 49er kept his seat? and the protests? both on and off the field. and, fresh questions for hillary clinton. new documents obtained by abc news now raise questions about whether donors to the clinton foundation received special access while she was secretary of state. what these new emails show and what donald trump is saying.
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even though i'm a republican, i won't be voting for joe heck. joe heck's voted ten times to defund planned parenthood, which thousands of women depend on for cancer screenings. and heck opposes a woman's right to choose even when her health is at risk. for me and my patients,
mcdonald's wants to help ease the load a bit. to talk about the mac grants program is michael kiel with mcdonalds if you are an educator here in clark county-- you can sign up for the chance to win a mac grant until october third. you can pick up an application through the clark county school partnership teachers in clark county are being bombarded with many things...that's why mcdonald's wants to help ease the load a bit. to talk about the mac grants program is michael kiel with
if you are an educator here in clark county-- you can sign up for the chance to win a mac grant until october third. you can pick up an application through the clark county school district partnership bombarded with many things...that's why mcdonald's wants to help ease the load a bit. to talk about the mac grants program is michael kiel with mcdonalds if you are an educator here in
good morning, america. air scare. the on-board emergency. a catastrophic engine failure at 30,000 feet. >> engine failure. number one engine. we're descending. >> this shocking sight out the airplane window. the cabin losing pressure. terrified passengers grabbing for air masks. >> children were screaming and crying. >> what went wrong? and could it happen again? the shooting investigation this morning. three people questioned overnight in the shooting death of superstar dwyane wade's cousin. she was caught in the cross-fire. >> we do have a gang and gun issue in chicago. but we're doing our -- our very best to fight this. >> this morning, the new calls to stop the violence. immigration and e-mail. donald trump heading to the heartland, sticking to his law