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are investigating the cause of a large truck fire near lee canyon road and southbound u.s. 95. the fire is shutting down the freeway in the area. there are no reported injuries. thank you for joining us this hassan. and i'm steve wolford. more on those stories in a moment.. but first.. let's get right to 13 first alert meteorologist karla high pressure will remain in control of the forecast in the short term, but there is a large system brewing in the gulf of alaska that will make scooping up moisture and sending it our way starting tuesday and it looks like there may be enough moisture in place by wednesday afternoon to bring slight chances for rain to the area on wednesday and thursday. as far as temps are concerned,
tuesday, then a slow decline through the weekend. expect 104 on wednesday with more cloud cover, 103 thursday and 100 by friday. expect breezy winds on thursday and friday as the system approaches the area. the system will pass mainly to our north on saturday, kicking us up to the lower end of the it will also continue to drag in milder air which means lows will drop just below 100 on saturday and to 97 on sunday and next monday. two accused killers faced a judge for the first time just ago.... the men charged with the murder of n-b-a star dwyane wade's cousin. the mother was gunned down over the weekend by gunfire intended for someone else. as abc's elizabeth hur reports.. the murder puts a new spotlight on the growing violence in chicago. denied bond and ordered to stay in jail are derren and darwin
aldridge.. cousin of three-time nba champion.. dwyane wade.. who spoke out against gun violence.. just a day before this shooting.. (espn) sot - dwyane wade / chicago bulls / victim's cousin "we can start the work today and hopefully, eventually we can stop it." aldridge.. after registering one of her children for school. sot - diane aldridge / mother of nykea "this is a life that's gone too soon, too soon. she was taken away from revealing the two suspects in this case are known gang members and repeat offenders.. sot - eddie t. johnson / chicago police superintendent "we need to put them in jail and keep them there." sot - mayor rahm emanual / (d) chicago "the law has to change!!" this killing.. putting chicago's gun violence back in the spotlight.. so far this year, there were more than 450 murders..
and.. some 6-thousand illegal guns have been recovered since january.. that's more weapons than new york and los angeles combined. elizabeth hur oncam close: as far as this latest investigation is concerned.. according to court documents.. police have a video-taped confession from one of the suspects.. admitting the intended target was another man. the two brothers are due back in court next month. eh, abc news, new york. rancher killed during that armed standoff in oregon with the bundy brothers is now planning to sue the police and two fbi agents. an attorney for lavoy finicum's widow says the lawsuit hasn't been filed yet.. but they're pursuing it with 100-percent certainty. finicum was fatally shot during a confrontation with officers. they say they opened fire when finicum reached for the gun inside his jacket. the shooting was ruled as
blood. a family of four is looking for a new place to stay after their apartment was gutted by a fire early yesterday morning near pecos and cheyenne. the red cross is now helping the adult and three children who were displaced. the cause of the fire is under investigation. now to the latest twist in the mysterious murder of a florida professor. abc news was able to track down the dramatic video, showing the moment police told the man's ex-wife about the shooting. two men are under arrest, but polic possibility the woman or her family were involved. here's that video - showing the moment wendi adelson learns from police that her former husband dan markel has been shot at his home. detective 2:48:50: your husband/ he's not going to survive. wendi adelson: oh my god. crying wendi adelson: i just don't understand. how could this happen. in july, 2014 - the florida state university law professor was shot in the head in the garage of his tallahassee home
targeted killing. police allege that after a bitter divorce, the adelson family had a "desperate desire" to "relocate wendi and the children to south florida". markel fought that in court - and won. no one from the adelson family has been charged - and their lawyers deny they have any connection to the murder. new details on a deadly charter bus crash in louisiana. police now say the driver was in the u- s illegally and didn't have a license. investigators believe the bus was filled with undocumented workers who were headed to flood recovery. police and first responders were already on the scene of a minor accident along the freeway when the bus plowed into them.. hitting several cars and 3 firefighters. 0:33- we need help! (inaud) we have some firefighters struck (butted with) 4:43- we need another ladder we have another firefighter who needs to be pulled up two people including a fire chief were killed. more than 40 others were license..
the search is on for the suspect who shot a man in front of planet hollywood.. and we're now getting video from a viewer of police officers helping the victim. metro says two men were arguing around 1:30 yesterday morning in front of the miracle mile shops when one of them pulled a gun and opened fire. the victim was rushed to the hospital. police say he's expected to be okay. this man is behind bars right now facing charges of driving drunk and a hit and run. police ay a man on a motorcycle saturday night near warm springs and east gate. the 52 year old rider died at the scene. according to investigators.. stanley took off.. then tried to ditch his car and ran away. he was eventually arrested by henderson police. we begin 13 action news live at 330 with breaking news-- officials are investigating the cause of a large truck fire near lee canyon road and there are no reported
man killed by an n-h-p trooper during a shoot-out on the 95. highway patrol says it all started early friday morning, when a trooper tried to pull a car over near boulder station. that's when 41 year old matthew gibbon took off. the trooper chased after him... the trooper was hit... but the bullet was deflected by his badge-- possibly saving his life. the two other people in the car with gibbon were also taken into custody. it's your voice your vote in the race for the white house -- the money is pouring in - and out of the campaigns this afternoon. donald trump is making his biggest ad buy yet - while clinton raises a big pool of cash this weekend... ....but she is still being
natsot - (trump campaign ad) "in hillary clinton's america, the middle class gets crushed," donald trump's $10-million ad buy is his largest to date and plans to target hillary clinton in 9 swing states... sot - matthew dowd / abc news political analyst "the economy's the number one issue that people are upset with the status quo in the course of this and it's the first time message, the trump campaign announced a major speech on immigration wednesday in arizona.... nats o invoked the memory of sarah root, a young iowa woman killed in a drunk driving accident by an undocumented immigrant. sot - donald trump / (r) presidential nominee "we will use immigration law to prevent crimes, and will not wait until some innocent american has been harmed or killed." saying he will be tough on law breakers... trump continued that theme in a multiude of tweets this morning, particularly aimed at minority voters. tweeting... "how much more crime, how many
latinos to vote trump = safe!" while hillary clinton is pulling in tremendous fundraising numbers...$5 million dollars in just one day in the hamptons. but she continues to be haunted by emails from her time as secretary of state. sot - matthew dowd / abc news political analyst "it's an amazing situation that neither of these candidates, donald trump or hillary clinton, can seem to put away the other one because of their own problems that have developed in the course of this whole thing." clinton's campaign saying today that she has released a "detailed" medical letter but "laughable." lz, abc news, washington we begin 13 action news live at 330 with breaking news-- officials are investigating the cause of a large truck fire near lee canyon road and southbound u.s. 95. the fire is shutting down the freeway in the area. there are no reported injuries. the expression 'pie in the sky'
it's one of three trending headlines we are following today. the pizza chain is testing delivery by drone in new zealand. the company says customers receive alerts of the incoming food via smartphone and the drones actually lower the pizzas using a tether. new zealand will start testing the service with customers next month.
russians - v check out this cloud formation that had some russians concerned. the ominous shape formed over siberia yesterday. emergency services got flooded with calls from people some people worried it was a mushroom cloud from a nuclear explosion.. while others were afraid there may have been an explosion at a nearby coal mine. the formation.. however.. was a completely harmless anvil to be unveiled - v save the date, apple fans! apple has set next wednesday -- september 7th as the date of its annual product launch event. that's when the company will likely show off its next-generation i-phone -- the rumored i-phone 7. in addition, tim cook and his parade of executives will likely announce the official release dates for i-o-s 10 and other apple operating systems. to read more trending stories..
you can also get the latest weather updates.. breaking news alerts and more. anchors adlib and toss to karla high pressure will remain in control of the forecast in the short term, but there is a large system brewing in the gulf of alaska that will make its northwest then eventually closer to the area. ahead of it, it will start scooping up moisture and sending it our way starting tuesday and it looks like there may be enough
afternoon to bring slight chances for rain to the area on wednesday and thursday. as far as temps are concerned, we will see highs around 105 on tuesday, then a slow decline through the weekend. expect 104 on wednesday with more cloud cover, 103 thursday and 100 by friday. expect breezy winds on thursday and friday as the system approaches the area. our north and will have two batches of energy associated with it. the first batch will pass to our north on saturday, kicking us up to the lower end of the windy category and the second batch will pass to our north sunday which will keep us lower end windy that day. it will also continue to drag
will drop just below 100 on saturday and to 97 on sunday and next monday. way down first to the pacific northwest then eventually tuesday and it looks like there may be enough moisture in place by wednesday afternoon to bring slight chances for rain to the area on wednesday and thursday. as far as temps are concerned, we will see highs around 105 on tuesday, then a slow decline expect breezy winds on thursday batches of energy associated in today's healthy living.. school has started again.. and so have all the sports. ahead on 13 action news -- what doctors are saying about having your kids concentrate on one sport...or try several...and the answer may surprise you! we want to get back to that breaking news-- officials are
here's abc news senior medical contributor dr. timothy johnson, with more, . kicking that ball? or making that tackle. for young athletes, getting back into sports may be the thing they look forward to the most. but as the school year starts many parents may have questions? over whether it's better to let kids specialize in one sport, or to encourage them to try several. today, a new report may hold
for injury. the report, recommending that children should play more than one sport until they turn 15 or 16? even if they plan to play only one sport in the future. and for parents who worry that those other sports will be a distraction? the a-a-p points to research showing that kids who play many sports tend to have a higher chance of playing their sport of choice in college. so parents? when it comes to sports, encourage your kids to because whether they're swinging that bat? volleying that ball? or making that touchdown? the more variety they get, the lower their risk of injury and other issues. with this medical minute, i'm dr. timothy johnson. we'll be right back with today's top stories and a final look at your forecast! and.. before we head to break.. a look at tonight's abc primetime lineup. (ad-lib) and.. count on chopper 13 to put you over breaking news..
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. and heck opposes a woman's right to choose even when her health is at risk. for me and my patients,
a couple become the victims of a scary home invasion... it happened overnight near sahara and decatur... the women told police two men came in... busting down the door. one of the victims' told our reporter... when the criminals saw the phone dialed into 911 they got spooked and ran before they could take anything. it's the first day of school for c- c-s-d students. and there's a big change this year. kindergartners' ns time will double--going from three hours....now to six. thanks to state funding.....there's school funding being offered for free all across the board. and.. a child is recovering after being accidentally shot just before midnight near ann and decatur. the child was rushed to the hospital but is expected to survive. metro abuse and neglect officers are investigating. that does it for 13 action news live at 3:30.. but stay with us for judge judy
>> suzie had made no att repay me. >> announcer: a large loan fractures a friendship. >> judge judy: well, what was the business arrangement? >> announcer: but now... >> "$4,500 was allocated for business costs." >> judge judy: no! >> yes. $1,500 was for a personal loan. >> announcer: ...it's time to get down to business. >> judge judy: you just told me $5,000 was allocated for business costs. >> $4,500 was for -- >> judge judy: you just -- >> you know, i'm trying to do this by memory. >> judge judy: i'm looking at your face, and right now you're making it up. >> announcer: "judge judy." you are about to enter
judge judith sheindlin. the people are real. the cases are real. the people are real. the cases are real. the rulings are final. captions paid for by cbs television distribution tracy tenner is suing her former friend, suzanne wheeler, for an unpaid loan to start an internet car business. >> byrd: order! all rise! your honor, this is case number 588 on the calendar in the matter of tenner vs. wheeler. >> judge judy: thank you. >> byrd: you're welcome, judge. you may be seated. >> judge judy: miss tenner, what kind of work do you do? >> i'm a dog trainer. >> judge judy: you do that full time? >> yes, i do. >> judge judy: for how long? >> more than 30 years. >> judge judy: and where do you train dogs? >> in the fort lauderdale, florida, area. >> judge judy: you have a place of business? >> i do. i often work in my clients' homes. >> judge judy: and is that your sole source of income? >> yes, it is. >> judge judy: how much did you earn last year from that business? >> probably close to $50,000. >> judge judy: and the year before? >> about the same. >> judge judy: and that's all you've done. that's what you do. 30 years. >> that's all i do. >> judge judy: who do you live