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the man was pronounced dead at the scene. the person driving the car that hit him was taken to the hospital with minor injuries. a killer -- is on the run in the north las vegas. police -- finding a 31-year- old man -- suffering from gunshot wounds overnight -- near pecos and north las vegas boulevard. he died at the hospital. if you have any information -- call police right away. a man is recovering tonight -- after he's shot -- right in front of planet hollywood. and now -- thetrigger-man -- is on the run. just after 1-30 this morning. police -- swarming the strip. they tell us -- two men began arguing -- in front of the miracle mile shops. one of the men -- pulled out a gun -- and shot the other. that victim is in the hospital. he's expected to be ok. fire -- forces five people onto the street -- and takes the life of a family pet. the flames -- breaking out around 8 this morning -- at a home near alta and valley view. firefighters got the people out to safety. unfortunately -- a small dog
to a story on ktnv.com. and this is some good news tonight. the power is back on -- for nearly two-thousand people -- near blue diamond and the 15. it was out for about an hour. n-v energy is blaming an equipement issue. those people -- certainly thankful to have their a-c back -- because temperatures are climbing -- again! here's a live look at the valley. folks -- summer is not over yet. 13-first-alert meteorologist -- karla huelga joins us live from the weather center. karla.. did the temperature hike start today? control of the forecast for the first part of the week which will mean drier conditions and above average temps. expect a high of 103 tomorrow and 105 on tuesday with mainly sunny skies both days. wednesday will still be hot with a high of 104, but we'll start to see more cloud cover and rising humidity far ahead of a pacific system that will bring changes to the weather pattern. officials are investigating two deaths around lake mead over the weekend.
passed away yesterday. 13 action news reporter david schuman is live on lake mead with what we know. david. we got here just as the coroner was taking away the body of the 63 year old woman who surfaced to the water unconscious. other boaters on the lake described the horrifying moments of what happened as they listened in on the radio. 051213 sande hart "oh it was so sad to hear, just immediately we knew.
foaming at the mouth. they were doing with they could with cpr and we were just praying the whole time." run of the lake. they say they brought her here to callville bay to meet first responders but it was too late. now this is all in addition to a tubing accident today on lake mohave near katherine landing. the national park service says a man and a young girl were whipped to shore when he rope snapped. the two of them were airlifted to umc by helicopter. boaters we spoke to say you can never be too safe because the water can be deceptively dangerous. tom dye 045455 "it goes up-and-down so much, the water does and so you might go through one area one weekend and the next weekend you go through there there's rocks." run 7 the devastating weekend here began yesterday when a scuba diver from florida was found dead on the water. we've learned he was an off duty tampa police officer and a
reor 13 action news. crews -- are making slow -- but steady progress -- on a wildfire -- scorching central washington state. but the winds are big problem. this fire -- is burning near leavenworth -- a popular tourist town. right now -- the flames -- inching dangerously close to homes. about a-hundred families have left their homes. trooper brian moore, washington state patrol 2:33 it is threatening homes at this time. we've had homes where it's gone right up to the border. anytime you see smoke you're nervous especially in this country this time of year 11:32 tonight -- the fire is about 25- percent contained. and another hundred families -- forced out of their homes in eastern ohio yesterday. that's because -- of this disgusting yellow cloud. that is chlorine.. leaking from a rail car. ("and as i breathe it in, you could just feel it hit your lungs. you want to cough, choke. you know, we're covering up our mouths, trying to cover up our noses, trying to get in and just get everybody out." officials shut down the -- on
they're still trying find out -- what caused the leak. the families -- were kept away for a few hours -- returning home late last night. a bus crashes into the "welcome to houston" -- outside bush intercontinental airport. bystanders -- quickly snapping photos officials say -- bus veered off the road -- after it was hit by a car the sign is badly damaged. right now -- no reports of any injuries. overseases -- turkey's president -- today announcing -- his penalty. right now -- there is no death penalty in the country. he made the announcement at a large rally -- a the same place -- where terrorists -- killed 54 people at a wedding earlier this month. he says -- turkey will give all the necessary support -- to force isis -- out iraq and syria. in libya -- progress in the fight against the islamic-state terror group. fighters say -- u-s airstrikes -- helping them take back control of a residential area. in your voice -- your vote --
donald trump -- announcing on twitter -- he'll make a major speech on illegal immigration next week. he says the speech will happen on wednesday in arizona. trump also says -- he is expecting big crowds for the rally. he says -- his campaign is looking for a bigger venue -- to give that speech. donald trump's position on immigration has been getting a lot of criticism lately especially after the business mogul hinted at "softening" his policies. but kim hutcherson report.. during a fundraiser this weekend, trump's stance was anything but soft. --reporter p- (donald trump / (r) presidential nominee) "the first thing i'm going to do, the first piece of paper that i'm going to sign is we're going to get rid of these people day one." donald trump returned to a common theme in his campaign saturday .... as he headlined an annual fundraiser in des moines, iowa. this time it came with a twist. (donald trump / (r) presidential nominee) "on day the republican presidential nominee also promised to introduce a monitoring system
and would immediately deport any illegal immigrants with criminal records in the u.s. (donald trump / (r) presidential nominee) "including removing the hundreds of thousands of criminal illegal immigrants that have been released butt sot under the incompetent obama/clinton administration (cheering). trump's speech comes a week after he said there could be a "softening" of his immigration policies. his runningmate, however, says (mike pence / (r) vice-presidential nominee) "let's be very clear - nothing has changed about donald trump's position on dealing with illegal immigration.. butt sot.. we're gonna secure the border, we're gonna build a wall, have a physical barrier, we're gonna a billboard in texas -- is getting a lot of attention. the eye-catcher in austin -- features a picture of donald trump -- screaming -- a scowling hillary clinton. it reads -- quote -- "leaving the country after the election?
reactions. but -- the real-estate agent behind the risky ad says -- it's working. he says -- he's getting a lot of phone calls. hillary clinton opens a new campaign office -- here in southern nevada. it's near m-l-k and alexander -- in north las vegas. this is the clinton campaign's twelfth office here in nevada. this comes --just days after hillary clinton gives a speech in reno. she highlighted donald trump -- and his advisors' embrace -- of a so- called hate movement. a plot -- begging to be the next blockbuster hit. a massive burglary r california homes -- busted! what it took -- to take down the bad guys. plus -- chaos in louisana . a deadly charter-bus crash -- shutting down a busy highway investigators -- releasing disturbing information -- about who was driving that bus, remember -- chopper 13 -- bringing you breaking news fast -- and first. a burglary ring -- ripping
-- and one weapon. it took a team -- of about 400 people to take them down. terrified neighbors from l-a -- to san bernardino county -- are breathing a sigh of relief tonight. the suspects arrested -- are facing years behind bars. police -- investigating a deadly charter-bus accident in louisiana. they say -- the driver did not have a commercial license -- and was in the country illegally. these are the first images from the terrifying scene. police say -- a pickup truck was speeding on a slick roadway this morning -- when guard rail. firefighters -- responding fast. but minutes after they arrive --tragedy strikes. a charter-bus slams into three firefighters -- throwing them over the edge of the highway. sot - (broadcastify) "we need help! ? we have some firefighters struck!" sot - (broadcastify) "get another ladder. we've got another fireman who needs to be pulled up!" dozens of people are injured. a california deputy -- on paid admistrative leave tonight -- for killing a man. the violence is caught on camera.
in the black truck. he walks to the man's window. then -- seconds later -- he backs up -- pulling out his gun. the truck starts to move suddenly. the deputy runs toward it -- kicking the door -- reaching in the window -- trying to get the driver to stop. but the driver is still trying to getaway. he rams the deputy's vehicle twice. the officer hangs on to the door. finally --the deputy steps away -- and fires his gun. a passenger in the truck was major new developments -- in the murder of n-b-a star -- dwayne wade's cousin. police -- arresting two men in the murder of nykea aldridge. the mother of four -- was pushing her newborn baby in a stroller -- just returning from registering her kids at school -- when gunfire rang out. aldridge -- an innocent bystande -- was caught in the crossfire. sot - eddie t. johnson / chicago police superintendent "she wasn't aware that her short life would stand as an example of what is a clear failure of the criminal justice system here in
adlridge's murder -- are darwin and derren sorrells. police say -- the brothers -- targeted a man -- working as a driver in the area according to investigators -- the intended target is cooperating. sports and politics -- collide. an n-f-l quarterback -- igniting a firestorm. colin kaepernick -- of the san francisco 49'ers -- refusing to stand for the national anthem -- all in protest. abc's -- ron claiborn reports -- kaepernick is getting flak -- from fellow athletes. script: the spotlig colin kaepernick for taking a stand by refusing to stand? the san francisco 49ers quaterback remaining seated during the playing of the national anthem at three pre season games? a protest he says over police brutality against african americans? kaepernick saying in an interview "im not gonna stand up and show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses black people and people of color? adding: "to me, this is bigger than football and it would be selfish on my part to look the
others are outraged? sot - mos - i don't think it helps the cause. sot - mos - it's not hurting anybody. online, even kaepernick's fellow athletes divided? (gfx) former running back, tiki barber, writing that he disagrees with kaepernick's actions, but defending him for "using his platform & brand to make a compelling & polarizing point?" other current and former players criticizing kaepernick one of them urging him to find another way? sot victor cruz - you have to stand up there with your team and understand that its just a game and what'sg country is bigger than you. the outspoken quarterback - who is bi-racial - often takes to but not required to stand during the playing of the in new jersey -- thousands of fans tumbling together -- to welcome home olympic gold medalist-- laurie hernandez. she's a member of the "final five" u-s women's gymnastics
individual silver medal -- in the balance-beam competition dozens of cats and dogs -- abandoned in louisiana's flooding -- are finding refuge in chicago. volunteers from the windy city -- rescuing animals from overcrowded shelters -- in louisiana's flooded parishes. all of the animals -- will receive complete medical care -- including vaccinations. then -- they'll be available for adoption. (stacy price, paws of chicago) "we did speak yo one woman who had to put the animals on the roof of a shelter in order to we spoke to another woman who has been so busy with the rescue efforts that she hasn't been home in a week." the shelter is hoping locals will open their homes -- to foster the animals. ad-lib high pressure will be in control of the forecast for the first part of the week which sunny skies both days. wednesday will still be hot with a high of 104, but we'll pattern. we could start to see a chance for showers as early as
temps will drop a bit to 101 with partly cloudy skies. as the system passes near the area, the winds will pick up on friday and the temps will once again drop slightly to 100. another system will follow closely behind, which will keep us breezy for the weekend and continue to shave a few degrees off high temps with a high of 99 saturday and 98 sunday. ((adlib wx close)) gas prices are inching up 103 tomorrow and 105 on tuesday with mainly sunny skies both days. wednesday will still be hot with a high of 104, but we'll start to see more cloud cover and rising humidity far ahead of a pacific system that will bring changes to the weather pattern. we could start to see a chance for showers as early as
thursday and high temps will drop a bit to 101 with partly yskies. as the system passes near the area, the winds will pick up on friday and the temps will once again drop slightly to 100. another system will follow closely behind, which will keep us breezy for the weekend and continue to shave a few degrees off high temps with sunday. ((adlib wx close)) gas prices are inching up slightly. the average for a gallon of
that's about three-cents higher -- than this time last week. on the plus -- it's also nearly a dollar less than last year. "don't breathe" -- leaves movie- goers' breathless this the horror flick -- is expected to pull off a surprise win at the box office -- making more than 26-million dollars. "suicide squad" -- slipping to number two -- raking in about 12-million bucks since friday. the animated tale -- "kubo and the two strings" -- is expected to come in third -- pulling in close to eight- million dollars. it's followed by another animated flick -- "sausage party" -- with a little less than eight-million. a frightening new stat -- coming out of the nation's airports. for the second week in a row --
number of weapons. and we're not just talking about guns. the weapons these officers are finding -- will blow your mind. 13 action news -- wants to help you stay informed -- 24/7. so sign up for breaking news e- alerts at ktnv.com. you'll need to go to the member's page. you can get that -- by clicking on the contest tab -- on our homepage.
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alarming number of guns -- as passengers try to board flights. todd walker reports -- last week was a 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.. and other weapons.. setting a record once again..
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 chamber. with last week's record number more than 19-hundred () have 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 occurring but we're also seeing an uptick in people bringing weapons to the airport :22 which is very alarming :24 jenkins says the current
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. chor cam tag= how those other times the owner is "dirty dining" tonight. and the meal is being served up -- by someone -- who doesn't even have time to put down the cigarette! and a man stares down the barrel of an assault rifle -- as he is robbed... what happens to the victim -- is all caught on camera. and -- don't forget to download the ktnv mobile -- in the apple app store -- or the google play store. it's free -- and lets you watch action news video -- anywhere you have mobile service. and.. remember...we're now streaming
a 13 action news update. we now know the name of a youn man -- gunned down in north las vegas. tonight -- the coroners office -- identifying the victim -- as 19- year-old kenneth boykin junior. police say -- whoever pulled the trigger -- is still on the loose right now. boykin was shot and killed -- yesterday -- near commerce and carey. investigators don't believe this was a random shooting. we're also learning the name of trooper -- during a wild shootout. chopper 13 -- fast and first over that scene. 41-year-old matthew gibbon -- was shot and killed by the trooper. nevada highway patrol says -- it began as a traffic stop -- near boulder station. but -- they say -- gibbon jumped out of his car -- and took off. the trooper -- chasing after him -- the two men firing at each other. as luck would have it -- the trooper's badge -- dfelected one of the bullets -- possibly saving his life. and another deadly shooting in
north las vegas boulevard. it happened just before midnight last night. police -- finding a 31-year- old man -- suffering from gunshot wounds. he died at the hospital. if you have any information -- call police right away. fire guts an an apartment -- leaving a family of four without a home. it happened early this morning -- near pecos and cheyenne. the red cross is helping out. the cause of the fire -- is under investigation. major developments -- in the murder of n-b-a star -- dwyane wade's cousin. police --arrestin men. the superintendent -- taking the opportunity -- to talk about the growing violence in the city -- and how he hopes this tragedy -- will bring much-needed change. abc's -- eva pilgrim -- is in chicago with more. no holding back - sot - eddie t. johnson / chicago police superintendent "we need to put them in jail and keep them there!" the chicago police superintendent expressing frustration - even as he announces success? the arrests of two men in the murder of nykea aldridge? the cousin of n-b-a superstar dwyane wade. sot - eddie t.
aware that her short life would stand as an example of what is a clear failure of the criminal - just returning from registering her kids at school - when gunfire rang out. aldridge - an innocent caught in the crossfire. her death shining a spotlight on a growing problem in chicago? where murders are up a staggering 48- percent? nearly all caused by handguns. sot - eddie t. johnson / chicago police superintendent "chicago has every hour of the year 2016 - every hour. we recover more guns than la and ny combined. it's not cause we're better than them? it's because of the proliferation of guns on the streets of chicago." the men now charged in adlridge's murder - brothers?. 26-year-old darwin and 22-year-old derren sorrells. both have lengthy criminal backgrounds? both documented gang members? and both recently released from time behind bars. police say the brothers sot - eddie t. johnson / chicago police
isn't just noteworthy bc miss problem we face here in chicago with repeat gun offenders, who don't care who they shoot? don't care whose life they take." nats - the wade families incident and the intended target has been "100-percent a terrifying carjacking -- caught on camera! atlanta police are looking for the people who robbed a gas station. take a look at this surveillance video. a man points a high-powered rifle at the victim. police documents say -- when the victim opened his driver's door -- a man with dreadlocks -- got out of the car parked next to him. the victim laid on the ground. the robber took his money -- phone and keys to the car --
your voice -- your vote -- in the race to the white house. hillary clinton can't avoid-- renewed criticism about -- the clinton foundation. a-b-c news obtained documents -- raising questions about the foundation -- giving donors perceived preferential treatment-- while she worked in the state department. abc's devin dwyer has more. hillary clinton facing new questions about whether top donors to the clinton foundation received special treatment while she was secretary of state. gfx: abc news has obtained these emails between then-top and clinton's inner circle? documents obtained as part of a lawsuit by the conservative group citizens united? gfx: in one exchange? the foundation official suggests guests for a state lunch with the chinese president. on the list: executives from 3 groups that donated millions to the foundation gfx: later, the official requested that one of the guests be seated at vice president biden's table....clinton top aide huma abedin replying: "i'll ask." gfx: in another exchange?abedin is asked to
of a "big supporter" of the clinton foundation? that big supporter donating more than a million dollars?.abedin forwards it along, writing "just want to pass along for info. no need for action." donald trump has seized on the close ties -- donald trump: "it's hard to tell where the clinton foundation ends and where the state department begins." the state department denies foundation donors got any special favors -- hillary clinton on morning joe: "my not influenced by any outside forces." and the clinton foundation says these emails were not related to its work. when asked about those special guest lists, both the state dept and the clinton camp told devin dwyer abc news, washington hillary for nevada opens a new campaign office -- here in southern nevada. it's near m-l-k and alexander -- in north las vegas. this is the clinton campaign's
hillary clinton gives a speech in reno. she highlighted donald trump -- and his advisors' embrace -- of a so- called hate movement. republican presidential candidate -- donald trump -- announcing on twitter -- he'll make a major speech on illegal immigration next week. he says that speech will happen on wednesday in arizona. trump also says -- he is expecting big crowds for that rally, and that his campaign is looking for a bigger venue to give that speech. an officer going above and beyond the call of duty. ---is being hailed a but he was almost too late to save a man from a terrible fate. we'll tell you just how far he went to stop a tragedy. and if you're eating dinner right now... here's your three minute warning to put down that fork. we're going dirty dining tonight. and the meal is being served up by someone who doesn't even have time to put down the cigarette! a new jersey transit police
report of a man -- involved in some sort of a confrontation on a train. when ortiz arrived -- the man got off the train -- jumped onto the tracks -- and began running. ortiz chased after him. but then the man did somth strange. he laid on the tracks -- refusing to budge. the officer grabbed him -- wrestling with him -- before pulling him off tracks. seconds later -- train rumbles over the area -- where that man had been lying. a deadly charter-bus crash in louisiana today. at least two people -- killed -- including a firefighter -- dozens of others injured. and investigators -- already discovering -- disturbing information about who was driving that bus --, and who else was on board. abc's -- marci gonzalez -- has the latest.
firefighters struck!" chaos on interstate ten in louisiana? sot - (broadcastify) "we've got the whole interstate shutdown." a charter bus crash shutting down the busy highway? state police say earlier in the morning - a pickup truck was speeding on a slick roadway - when it hit the guard rail. firefighters responded? and minutes later - the charter bus slammed into the scene? hitting three firemen, two more vehicles - and finally the pickup truck itself. sot - (broadcastify) "get another ladder. we've got another fireman who three firefighters were thrown over the edge of the highway into the water below? one died from his injuries. here you can see a helicopter waiting to tranport the most severely wounded. another person who was in one of the cars the bus hit - that red camry - also died. the interstate littered with debris. sot - (broadcastify) "we need some help out here quick." officials say the bus driver - denis yasmir amaya rodriguez did not have a drivers license, and was in this country illegally. the dozens of people on the bus
on baton rouge following the historic flooding there earlier this month. police believe those workers are also here illegally. marci gonzalez, abc news, new york. fan outrage continues -- after one nfl player refuses to stand during the national anthem take a look at this. we've bleeped out strong language in this video. this is the jersey -- of san francisco forty-niners quarterback -- colin kaepernick. he sat out the national anthem -- in protest at a pre-season he says he couldn't honor a country -- that "oppresses black people -- and people of color." fans across the nation -- reacting -- in both support -- and anger. we all have a "t-g-i-f" moment on our last day of the work-week. well -- one company is making that weekend longer. the washington post reports -- amazon will test out a 30-hour work week. it's a pilot program. a small team will work a shorter week.
monday through friday -- a few dozen people -- will work monday thru thursday -- and only from 10 a-m to 2 p- m. additional flex hours -- will makeup the rest of the hours. in flood-ravaged louisiana -- people are trying to figure out -- what to salvage from their homes. the flood water -- damaging more than 90-percent of the homes in denham springs. many -- have no flood insurance. people who live there -- attending a town-hall meeting -- many asking how they can get help. the mayor says -- it could be a year or more -- before fema can the area. high pressure will be in control of the forecast for the first part of the week which will mean drier conditions and above average temps. expect a high of 103 tomorrow and 105 on tuesday with mainly sunny skies both days. wednesday will still be hot with a high of 104, but we'll start to see more cloud cover and rising humidity far ahead of a pacific system that will bring changes to the weather pattern. we could start to see a chance for showers as early as wednesday afternoon. the slight chances will
with partly cloudy skies. as the system passes near the area, the winds will pick up on friday and the temps will once again drop slightly to 100. another system will follow closely behind, which will keep us breezy for the weekend and continue to shave a few degrees off high temps with a high of 99 saturday and 98 sunday. expect a high of 103 tomorrow and 105 on tuesday with mainly su wednesday will still be hot with a high of 104, but we'll start to see more cloud cover and rising humidity far ahead of a pacific system that will bring changes to the weather pattern. we could start to see a chance for showers as early as wednesday afternoon. the slight chances will continue on thursday and high temps will drop a bit to 101 with partly cloudy skies. as the system passes near the area, the winds will pick up on friday and the temps will once again drop slightly to 100. another system will follow
and continue to shave a few degrees off high temps with a high of 99 saturday and 98 sunday. expect a high of 103 tomorrow and 105 on tuesday with mainly sunny skies both days. wednesday will still be hot with a high of 104, but we'll start to see more cloud cover and rising humidity far ahead of a pacific system that will bring changes to the weather pattern. we could start to see a ch for showers as early as wednesday afternoon. the slight chances will continue on thursday and high temps will drop a bit to 101 with partly cloudy skies. as the system passes near the area, the winds will pick up on friday and the temps will once again drop slightly to 100. another system will follow closely behind, which will keep us breezy for the weekend and continue to shave a few degrees off high temps with a high of 99 saturday and 98
expired food. a clueless person in charge. and even an employee -- smoking -- while preparing food for customers. that -- plus a decidedly unhealthy -- health food restaurant. contact-13 chief investigator -- darcy spears has it all -- in tonight's dirty dinin 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
food prep surface and expired 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 not. 40:05 d: you're closed? yeah, it's closed. it's not open yet 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 happened. darcy : a-plus? there's no
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 cheese that were old? ahmed: most of like, all the stuff that was here it was like still his stuff. he acknowledges that lots of little 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 and decatur was shut down for failing reinspection. there were multiple repeat
yogurt at unsafe temperatures, malfunctioning equipment and mops draining down bathroom 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. it was shut down for not having hot water. there was also a visibly dirty fruit press and 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. > don't forget to watch 13 action news -- live at 11 -- tomorrow night --to see another episode of dirty dining. and here's a look at what's coming up -- in tonight's primetime lineup -- right here on abc. next at 7 -- it's we day. at 8 -- its celebrity family
at 10 -- its the match game. and at 11 -- join us back here -- for 13 action news. one mom says -- she has a simple solution -- to prevent children -- from being left behind in hot cars. we'll show you exactly what it does --to remind parents -- their baby is in the back seat. it's the last night -- before
in las vegas -- gets a 12-million-dollar facelift. the historic westside school -- will now serve as an office and meeting space. senator harry reid -- attending 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. the city and other agencies -- are paying the upgrade. parents and students -- hustling to get ready first day of class -- 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 be so healthy with federal guidlelines.213510 parents and students took a survey. the school district -- hoping to find that perfect balance. don't forget -- 13 action news
station! we're amping 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 class on time. that's tomorrow -- on "good morning las vegas" -- starting at 4:30 a- m. and to help you get ready for the big day.... check out our back-to-school section on our website -- at ktnv dot com. stay with us. we'll be right back -- with a final check of your forecast. we could start to see a chance wednesday afternoon. the slight chances will continue on thursday and high
december last year. 14 americans are killed in a mass shooting inspired by isis. in
the aftermath, congressman joe heck had the chance to ban suspected terrorists from buying guns. heck voted "no." 23 times. individuals on the fbi terror watch list have purchased firearms over 2,000 times. it's not just that joe heck does nothing to stop them. it's that he's voted let them keep doing it.... 23 times. senate majority pac is responsible for the content
(vo) we went to hollywood to ask if america's favorites - burgers, tacos and chili could taste just as great made with turkey. thousands stepped into the jennie-o tasting booth to find out. now it's your turn to make the switch. i'm catherine cortez masto and i approve this message. as a doctor, i see how decisions in washington
impact my patients here in nevada. so 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.
for me and my patients, joe heck makes no sense. child's life. she
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