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parker collins is the only reporter at the scene near sahara and boulder highway... talking with police. parker what are they telling you? parker adlibs parker adlibs two people were pistol whipped and when the victims tried to run-- the suspect shot at them. one adult was grazed by a a juvenile was the other victim.
down at the same time high pressure moves on to the east; centering around new mexico. this means moisture from the south will be pumped in but mostly sunny skies will be common today with high out of the south between 5 and 15 mph possibly up to 20 mph during the end of the day. tomorrow morning and afternoon. however, mid and upper level and/or leaving one in the car
hills is banding together and beefing up their security, after multiple car break- ins... and even a theft-- all caught on camera. watch the surveillance video... you see thieves breaking into cars-- and take off in this truck that was stolen. david rapp says his gold toyota tundra was taken from his driveway early yesterday morning. neighbors the door collecting surveillance video. only a few neighbors had cameras-- but that's about to change. david rapp sot we will in fact- many of the neighbors are going to buy or upgrade their systems. (butted with) richard egan being a close knit community what happens to them happens to me. the tundra's license plate says zero-one-4-u-x-z and it has a large cutom tool box in the back. if you see it, please call police.
thousand dollar reward for information on a burglary at a north las vegas gun store. someone stole 27 guns from the by cutting a hole in the wall of a neighboring business. right now firefighters are working to get a massive wildfire under control south east of san bernardino california this is the bogart fire that started yesterday. it has already burned 1-thousand acres in riverside county. more than 3-hundred firefighters are working to get this under control. the fire is contained. all evacuation orders have been lifted this morning and everyone can return home. this morning, a man is in a kingman jail... after investigators say they dug up a body in his backyard. detectives say they found the body monday night... underneath a mixture of cement and dirt at richard polaski home. the victim is believed to be 65 year old john holland. mohave sheriff's detectives tell us back in july they arrested polaski in laughlin...
in his backyard in kingman. p-5ptu kingman murder mystery we all knew him and it was really strange to find out that he could actually kill somebody... (butted with) he was doing a lot of work in the back yard but we didn't think anything about it polaski is now charged with first degree murder. dozens of people living inside a southern highlands community--say blasts from a construction site are damaging their homes. they are taking legal action, but the blasts won't be continue. marissa kynaston is live in the community this morning with the latest. you can see all the construction equipment behind me-- but later today-- more blasts will be coming from this site. take vo homeowners got notice saying more blasting will be done between ten and noon today-- and theyre concerned-- it will cause even
the lawsuit-- says-- she moved here from california-- where she experienced earthquakes-- including the 6 point 7 magnitude earthquake in northridge in the 90s-- and she says these blasts-- feel just as scary. alyce phillips 06:12:48:27 i thought it was an earthquake, i was about to get under my desk, and then it stopped shortly and i kind of knew from being in the northridge earthquake that they last longer 06:12:57:00 marissa tag neighbors say they have called the construction company-- wh within county standards. mk-- 13an. a major announcement from billionaire sheldon adelson. he says he'll be using his own money, instead of his company's for the proposed n-f-l stadium. developers are staying firm that 750 million would need to come from an increase to the room tax. the oakland raiders have committed 500-million, and
other 650 million, as well as any additional expenses. andy abboud las vegas sand senior vp "all of the risk, all of the overruns all of the losses will be the responsibility of the adelson family to guarantee there is no sort of risk to the tax payers." the deal would require approval from the governor and state lawmakers. sands senior v-p tells us he believes they have the support to get everything approved, but it has to be before the election.. so they can present the a british royal is here in las vegas this morning.. but he's not on any vacation-- he's in a jail cell. up next... hear from the man claiming to be a duke of manchester. greg adlibs weather forecast tease and im' tracking your roads... v in just a few hours-- the
we sent him here to fix it. but congressman joe heck became part of the problem. in congressman heck's campaigns, and heck supports their agenda
-- privatizing social security, handing wall street billions in fees, but risking our retirement in the stock market, cutting benefits, putting wall street ahead of us. congressman heck -- what's wrong with washington.
the airline says the emergency landing followed "severe and unexpected turbulence." the plane landed at shannon airport in ireland. v in just a few hours-- the north las vegas teacher accused of having inappropriate contact with students is set to be sentenced. police say william crawford kissed two 12 year old girls back in 2012 at sommerset academy. the incidents weren't reported until 2014. after interviewing students, crawford was arrested in january. then in may he pled guilty to one of cliven bundy's sons will be acting as his own lawyer when he goes to trial next month. a federal judge in oregon agreed to let ryan bundy represent himself.. as long as he follows court rulings in front of the jury. 8 people total, including ryan's brother ammon... will be going to trial for consipiracy charges stemming from the 41-day armed takeover of a wildlife refuge. jury selection begins in one week. right now-- a man claiming to be british royalty is behind
innocent. our crews visited "alexander the 13th duke of manchester" in jail. the 53 year old who's real name is alexander montagu-manchester is facing multiple felony charges. he was arrested in july on a home- burglary charge. he was released on bail, but police arrested him again earlier this month. they say he lied on a police report... when he claimed his wife wounded him with a knife. 15.37.36 alexander charles david francis george edward mandivall manchester 44 and im the thirteenth duke of manchester 46 proud he says his public defender told him not to give us specifics about his case.. but he says he's innocent on all counts. tense moments between a woman and a police officer caught on camera. "you're not jessica le blanc i know jessica le blanc.
2:24-2:29 but it's what happens next... that sends the officer-- not the suspect to the hospital. plus-- whatever you need to do, you can walk right up in here. and you going to see nothing. you idiots." chris brown wasn't shy on social media while police officers were swarming his l-a mansion.. but now it's his attorney
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, 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,
maps indicate a relatively stable environment. this dries out the front slightly allowing rain chances for the valley and mountains to drop to between 15% and 20%. as a precaution, packing a small umbrella for the kids and/or leaving one in the car or office would not be a bad idea. as this occurs, temperatures begin to fall. between 100 and 105 degrees. friday, 97 to 102 degrees, saturday, 95 to 100 degrees, sunday, 94 to 99 degrees and the coolest days in the forecast will be monday and tuesday ranging between 93 and 97 degrees! all of which have sunny to mostly sunny conditions. it does come with a catch though! starting tomorrow, winds pick up.
but to cross the street safely. it's part curb pedestrian deaths statewide.. especially in clark county where 34 pedestrians have been killed so far this year. that's up nearly 50-percent from the same time last year. brian greenway, captain lvmpd 10:03:46-10:03:57 "this is desperately needed this area command opening is going to alleviate a lot of work from enterprise our neighbouring area command and northwest area command and the residents of this area deserve better." the new spring valley metro area command is officially up
durango used to be a traffic bureau. more than 100 officers from nearby stations volunteered to transfer. they'll patrol about 31 square miles, between i-15 and red rock from flamingo to charleston. metro says this will cut down 9-1-1 response times for everyone. a police officer in georgia is recovering this morning after a woman drags him with her car-- and this all started as a routine traffic stop. the department says the officer pulled the woman over for was wanted on an outstanding felony warrant. the officer asked her to get out of the car and put her hands behind her back, but the woman refused. after he taised her once-- this is what happened. 2:42-2:56 "do you want it again? no please! get out of the car! woman screams... car starts going, officer gets dragged." you see the officer gets back up and runs to his car as the woman speeds off.
the officer is now recovering from a torn achilles tendon and a concussion. it's a big day for republican presidential candidate donald trump. in just a few hours he'll be in mexico meeting with their president-- but how does the country's leader feel about the gop nominee? that's coming up-- plus... you're on my property, i'm not understanding. i don't want you here but my question is, is it your property? why this heated confrontation with a squatter... services... that's coming up at 6-30. chopper 13 bringing you breaking news fast and first.. we're heading to an apartment complex near sahara and boulder near sahara and boulder highway where two people were pistol whipped, and one of them was nichol zamora, peoples autism
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 to let them keep doing it.... 23 times. senate majority pac is
responsible for the content of this ad. clark county firefighters and operation fire heat... donated 50 backpacks filled with school supplies to the peoples autism foundation. you'll remember last week the warehouse filled with the non-profits school supplies went up in flames... and everything was destroyed. some of the firefighters helping the foundation recover, were there that morning battling those flames.
of locations on our website k-t-n-v-dot- com dry air is starting to break down at the same time high pressure moves on to the east; centering around new mexico. this means moisture from the temperatures just around the same as yesterday. 102 to 107 degrees will be common valley wide with winds out of the south between 5 and 15 mph possibly up to 20 mph during the end of the day. in today's gma first look... for the first time.. we're hearing from some of the brave bystanders who rescued a
highway. abc's diane macedo has the story. < in this morning's gma first samaritan: "it's tough." / doug kumpon, good samaritan: "it's hard to watch." it all started with this massive accident caught on dashboard camera. watch as a tractor-trailer spins out of control in the middle of a binghamton new york highway. "it was like a demolition derby, it really was." motorists run straight to this mangled white car, now on fire... nats - broadcastify: ((fullscreen gfx)) officer: "we have several cars on fire, we samaritan: "there was a female trying to get our attention, waving her hands frantically." // chris white, good samaritan: "the cabin of the car was getting filled with more and more smoke." but as they struggle to pull the door open - a burst of flames! sot - chris white, good samaritan:
i'm diane macedo, abc news, new york. > coming up in our next half hour... a community says some construction nearby is causing serious damage their homes-- and now they're taking legal action. we're live in the neighborhood... with more on what's happening today. parker adlibs tease chopper 13 fast and first.. flying over the area. stay with us... right now-- two people are recovering after they are
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mexico. this means moisture from the south will be pumped in but very lightly. mostly sunny skies will be common today with high temperatures just around the same as yesterday. 102 to 107 degrees will be common valley wide with winds out of the south between 5 and 15 mph possibly up to 20 mph during the end of the day. to mexico. the gop nominee will be meeting with the country's president privately. mexico's president has been critical of trump, even comparing him to hitler. and this all comes as he's expected to give a "major speech" on immigration later today in arizona. trump junior says this won't be
sot donald trump jr. on cnn his policy has been the same for the last you know six, seven, eighth months clinton was also invited to meet with mexico's president, which she says she will do at the appropriate time. but her campaign responded to trump saying-- what ultimately matters is what donald trump says to voters in arizona, not mexico, and whether he remains committed to the splitting up of families and deportation of millions. . it's also a big d clinton. the f-b-i is expected to release it's report on her emails. you may remember, the report which was sent to the justice department recommended no charges be filed. meanwhile, we've learned the fbi's investigation uncovered about 30 emails related to the benghazi attack. those emails will not be released until the state department goes over them to check for any classified information. breaking right now... hillary clinton's unpopularity reached a new high in the latest abc news/washington post poll, putting her on par with
the latest findings solidify their positions as the two most unpopular presidential candidates in polling dating back more than 30 years. among all adults, 56 percent now view clinton unfavorably, up 6 percentage points in three weeks, compared to 63 percent who say the same about trump. among registered voters, the two candidates have near-identical unfavorable ratings: 59 percent for clinton vs. 60 percent for trump. the las vegas asian chamber of commberce. heck tells us winning harry reid's senate seat, depends on support from minority focused groups like these. sot heck @28:37: i think the asian chamber for the first time in its history offering a federal endorsement is a testament to the fact that we've been very engaged with the asian american community heck accepted the endorsement, alongside the owner of lee's liquor and other asian business leaders.
campaign responded by saying heck has "turned his back" on asian americans by supporting donald trump. people in ely are banding together to "paint the hate" after someone spray painted racist and homophobic messages on a building there. the vandals also wrote "trump 2016".... several times on the wall. a facebook event is organizing people to get together and paint over the messages. sad news to report this morning, former nevada first lady bonnie bryan has died. lost a fierce battle with leukemia yesterday. bonnie was married to richard bryan for 54 years. mrs. bryan was kown for her activism and hard work to promote tourism in our state. bonnie was 77 years old. 13 action news gets a henderson mother the help she needs... after she says the school district is making her daughters cross a busy street with no crosswalk to get to their bus stop. after we shared melissa boyd's story, she says a "higher up"
her daughters were moved to another bus stop that's on the same side of the street as their home near gibson and the 215. originally when boyd called the district they told her that bus was already full, but now they say there's enough room for the first and 4th graders. a live look right now near san bernardino california... this is the bogart fire that started yesterday. it has already burned 1-thousand acres in riverside county. moe firefighters are working to get this under control. the fire is 10-percent contained. all evacuation orders have been lifted this morning and everyone can return home. now a teacher is turning to thirteen action news... because he says in the middle of their teacher shortage, clark county school district took back
joe minnich (minnick) says the principal of cheyenne high school told him early this summer he would be hired to teach theater -- and that the central office would send the paperwork. minnich says that never happened. then last week...the principal called back -- offering him a substitute position instead. 16:05:33 joe minnich, says ccsd retracted job offer 16:03:11 "they wanted me to do all the work of a teacher, just not pay me as a teacher." (butted with) 16:07:25 "i heard about this teacher shortage. i said, 'well, i want to make a difference.'" minnich turned down the offer and says he has intervi schools. we reached out to ccsd and they told us they always encourage applicants to follow up on their application status with their h-r department. new this morning... singer chris brown is out of jail after being arrested for assault with a deadly weapon. his lawyer tweeted out a statement a few hours ago... saying thanks to everyone for their support and well wishes. he goes on to say the allegations against brown are
l-a home called police asking for help, claiming brown pointed a gun at her face, after she admired another man's jewelry. when officers got there the singer refused to come out until they had a warrant. (brown) "barricaded myself in my house?!... have you seen my house? i'm gonna barricade myself in a palace? i'm not coming out -- for what?" (butted with) (brown) "good luck. when you get the warrant. whatever you need to do, you can walk right up in here. and you going to see nothing. you idiots." police did get a warrant, and officers say he was cooperative, but they haven't confirmed in any weapons were found in his house. and just into our newsroom... an interview with chris brown's alleged victim. listen to her account of the incident. :18 " he said back away from the diamonds... through the backyard." :29 the woman went on to say that she feared for her life... and that's why she called the woman went on to say that she feared for her life...
a woman pulled from a burning car... and the incredible rescue is all caught on camera. but wait until you here from the brave here-- who was actually supposed to be behind the camera. greg adlibs weather forecast tease chopper 13 bringing you breaking news fast and first.. a live look right now in fort a live look right now in fort lauderdale where a historic flight is just about to take off to cuba! this is the first scedued flight to cuba on jetblue...
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temperatures just around the same as yesterday. 102 to 107 degrees will be common valley wide with winds out of the south between 5 and 15 mph possibly up to 20 mph during the end of the day. the front making its way from the pacific northwest in on track to interact with southern nevada by late tonight into tomorrow morning and afternoon. however, mid and upper level maps indicate a relatively stable environment. this dries out the front slightly allowing rain chances for the valley and mountains to drop to between 15% and 20%. small umbrella for the kids and/or leaving one in the car or office would not be a bad idea. as this occurs, temperatures begin to fall. tomorrow highs will range between 100 and 105 degrees. friday, 97 to 102 degrees, saturday, 95 to 100 degrees, sunday, 94 to 99 degrees and the coolest days in the forecast will be monday and tuesday ranging between 93 and 97 degrees! all of which have sunny to mostly sunny conditions. it does come with a catch though! starting tomorrow, winds pick up.
take off as the first scheduled take off as the first scheduled commercial flight to cuba in more than half a century. this is a live look in fort lauderdale right now where that flight is about totake off. 150 people are on board the hour long flight. most people on the plane will be media and execu travelers on board too! the u-s secretary of transportation announced on twitter he'll be on board too! both pilots are cuban. an intense rescue on the hudson river in new york. some kayakers..needing help some kayakers..needing help
after they were hit by a ferry. 5 kayackers were taken to nearby hospitals, most with minor injuries. but one person remains in serious condition this morning. it's still not clear what led to this accident, but officials are looking into it. the coast guard administered alcohol testing to the captain of the ferry. he came back clean. a call about squatters taking over a mountain's edge home ends with c-p-s being called... after a toddler is found inside. neighbors say the people are sierra community management tells us the home--is in foreclosure, and the h-o-a says the people inside even have a fake lease. our crews tried to talk to the accused squatters, but things did not go well. nat door opening you're on my property, i'm not understanding. i don't want you here but my question is, is it your property? yes it is, i have a lease, i pay the bills, the bills are in my name, so you need to leave, i have dealt
can we see that? you're a reporter, who are you, you're nobody bye nat door slamming we reached out to child protective services-- to see what their involvement is in the case-- and if theyre working to get the child out of the home, but we haven't heard back yet. olympic gold medal winner connor fields gets a big honor from his hometown. henderson city council members presented the bmx racer with a key to the city, and proclaimed yesterday as "connor fields day." the athlete says he's hometown in rio. 17:59:48:16- "when people think vegas, they don't... fingers crossed." this was fields second time competing in the olympics. former n-f-l quarterback tim tebow is getting prepared to make his transition to major
u-s-c's baseball stadium. it's been 12 years since the athlete played baseball in high school. he decided to go with football at the university of florda, where he did earn a heisman trophy. "i'm looking for an opportunity and hopefully the right opportunity. someone that believes in you and believes in your talent and has a plan for you, has a plan to develop you and work with you and get you better and get you prepared." sports analysts say while tebow is in great shape... makin looks like a long shot. just in this morning... nominations for the country music awards are in. they were just announced on good morning america! here's a few of the nominees... for group of the years its...lady antebellum...little big town...old dominion...racal flatts and zac brown band! you can watch the c-m-a's right here on channel 13 in november! the internet has fallen in love with some grandparents who've been wearing matching outfits for more than 50 years!
the couple's 17-year-old grandson tweeted some pictures of the pair, and instantly they went viral. the couple has been married for 52 years. they started matching when they went square dancing several years ago, and have kept it up ever since. after their grandson's tweet became an overnight internet sensation...they texted him quote - "good morning from your famous grandparents." new photographers are used to capturing stories... but a pho became not just part of his story-- but the hero! here you see him pulling a pregnant woman from this burning car. then he says his instincts kicked in, and somehow he knew exactly what to do. (patrick perry, photographer) "i've done this for so long. i've watched paramedics and all that. i knew to keep her head still and to make sure she have no further injuries." paramedics took the woman to the hospital, while firefighters took
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. and heck opposes a woman's right to choose even when her health is at risk. for me and my patients,
cuba in more than half a century. this is a live look at the airport.. 150 people are on board the hour long flight. most people on the plane will be media and executives but there will also be regular travelers on board too! both pilots are cuban. right now two people now confrontation turns violent... and one of the victims gets shot. parker collins is the only reporter at the scene near sahara and boulder highway-- and you just spoke to a witness? parker adlibs parker adlibs two people were
the one you see here are damaging their homes. they filed a lawsuit just days ago..but the blasting will continue this morning. marissa kynaston is tracking this story for us live from the community... marissa? you can see all the construction equipment behind me-- but later today-- more blasts will be coming from this site. homeowners got notice saying more blasting will be done between ten and noon today-- it will cause even more damage to their home. people living near the construction site say they now have crack in their stucco siding-- their cement sidewalks-- and even their granite countertops. the lawsuit has been filed-- and the lawyers say its a potential class action-- and they say the number of homes damaged-- continues to grow. 06:43:24:00 we have 50-100 homes that have been injured,
injuries, within the last 3-4 weeks since the blasts have been going on 06:43:32:12 neighbors say they have called the construction company-- who tell them their blasts are within county standards. mk-- 13an. dry air is starting to break down at the same time high vegas.. do something positive today.. good morning america is next... we'll see you back here for action news
good morning, america. breaking overnight, donald trump's surprise, heading to mexico to meet with their president who's compared him to hitler and mussolini just hours before a major speech on immigration. >> we are also going to secure our border and stop the drugs from pouring in and destroying our country. >> the clinton campaign fires back this morning. >> thank you. >> breaking right now, emergency landing. a united airlines flight taking off from texas hitting severe turbulence. ambulances on the tarmac. at least 16 people rushed to the hospital. hurricane watch. florida's gulf coast bracing for a developing tropical storm with heavy rain, winds up to 70 miles an hour and a pair of hurricanes barreling towards hawaii. schools closing, windows boarded up preparing for massive waves and mudslides. and singer chris brown arrested after a bizarre hours-long standoff with police. a beauty queen accuses him of