tv Action News 330pm ABC September 2, 2016 3:30pm-4:01pm PDT
9:36:53 "he should be in prison but he's not with us anymore." harsh words from law enforcement as they react to the ex-stanford swimmer convicted of sexually assaulting an unconscious woman...as he's released from jail. but first.. more controversy for hillary clinton while donald trump faces more backlash overhis stand on illegal immigration. your voice.. your vote in the race for the
and the republican nomninee is now in a twitter war with the president of mexico. on the democratic side...hillary clinton facing more controversy as new emails are set to be released. abc's ray raimundi has the latest from the campaign trail. donald trump's motorcade....pulling into the f-b-i field offices in new york city.. trump receiving his second national security intelligence briefing within the last two weeks nats then onto philadelphia... nats where he met with 14 african american business, civic and religious outreach...in hopes to reverse unpopular support amongst minorities. meanwhile his fight with the mexican president over who will pay for that "wall" rolled on.. this time - twitter was the battleground. trump tweeting: "mexico will pay for the wall! president pena nieto responding: "i will repeat what i told you personally, mr. trump: mexico would never pay for a wall." nats: hillary clinton ad this as the clinton campaign pounces... releasing this new ad..
of the wall" text: imagine he gets called out for lying. rebuked by an ally pena nieto: "i was very clear and emphatic that mexico won't pay for the wall" text: as a candidate, donald trump has embarrassed us on the world stage. as for clinton.. the democratic presidential hopeful still facing more fallout over her emails.. matthew dowd i think this is a trail she hasn't held a press conference in nine months the f-b-i releasing a summary of had: over a dozen mob devices... and two top clinton aides even admitted the whereabouts of these devices would become unknown...once she transferred to a new device. ray raimundi tag the clinton campaign praised the released of the fbi notes from the clinton interview.. saying it justifies the justice department's decision for no criminal charges. trump responding: saying clinton's reckless conduct shows she cannot be trusted with the presidency. ray raimundi, abc news, new york. a third party canidate is
the libertarian candidate and former governor of new mexico.. is averaging about 10%. if he reaches 15%.. he'll be able to take part in the upcoming presidential debates with clinton and trump. if johnson makes reach it would be the first time for a 3rd party candidate has taken part in the debates since h. ross perot in 1992. a deadly blast tears through a market in the philippines. at least 12 people have died, and 60 others injured.. no word on what caused the explosion. witnesses say they heard a loud bang then saw smoke. philippine forces are on high alert as they continue to battle extremists across the country.
than 50 wounded after a series of rocket attacks across baghdad. one attack targeted a weapons storage facility.. igniting a massive fire. the ammunitions and weapons reportedly belonged to a powerful shiite militia group. no word on who is responsible for the attacks. at least 14 people were killed in two attacks in northern pakistan. an attacker threw a hand grenade at the gate of a district courts, killing 10 people and injuring 40 others. in a separate incident... at least four people were in an attack on a christian neighborhood. a pakistani taliban splinter group claims responsibility for both attacks -- and warns there will be more. the former stanford swimmer whose sexual assault sentence ignited a firestorm is now free. brock turner walked out of a california jail this morning after serving just half of a 6-month sentence. prosecutors asked just aaron persky for 6-years.. but the light sentence led to a huge controversy.. and death threats against persky.
hearing criminal cases last week. michelle dauber / recall campaign sot 14:29:09 "we just simply don't believe that he has the correct perspecitve to be ruling in sex crime cases county sheriff 9:36:53 "he should be in prison but he's not with us anymore."//9:35:31 i think the law is wrong. i think it was a wrong sentence. it's a terrible crime." on monday.. california lawmakers passed new legislation.. eliminating a judge's descretion to sentence people are committed. under the new provision.. turner would have faced a minimum of three years behind bars. as it stands now.. turner has three years probation and have to register as a sex offender. a massachusetts baby-sitter is facing charges after police say she was found with a child while allegedly drunk and on drugs. police say susan devereaux was stumbling while babysitting a 3- year-old boy. a surprised neighbor called
(capt. richard flynn/arlington police) "we found several empty containers in a motor vehicle." the family says they hired the 51-year- old woman from babysitting website care-dot-com police say it's a lesson that parents need to do their homework when they're hiring help. (capt. richard flynn/arlington police) "when you go to hire someone to watch your children or provide car, for who ever that may be, we ask you to do your due diligence and that not a website or a referral from one devreaux now faces reckless endangerment charges. people in california with prescriptions for medical marijuana are running into another conflict between state and federal law. admitted marijuana users can't buy a gun. an appeals court has decided that even though medical marijuana is legal in california.. it's still against federal law. critics argue ruling unecessarily targets users. ( dr. daniel brubaker / prescribes medical marijuana ) "i think
we have the question on there, 'do you drink alcohol,' because that stirs up a lot of anger and it leads to crazy things like people using their guns." someone with a medical marijuana card can keep any guns they already own.. but can't legally buy one as long as they have the marijuana prescription. a simple refusal to salute the american flag is causing more controversy for san francisco 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick. ( this time he knelt instead of anthem at last night's game -- only this time he wasn't alone. as the crowd and players stand - you can see kaepernick kneeling and teammate eric reid kneeling on the sideline and now... the quarterback sparking new controversy for wearing these socks...showing police officers as pigs. those socks.... drawing criticism from law enforcement officials across the country. kayna the socks that were worn, did those not seem negative? kaepernick no that was once
sfpd that are blatantly racist. those issues need to be addressed. players from other teams like jeremy lane from seattle are joining kaepernick in his seated stand against racial inequality. kaepernick is now promising to donate the first million dollars he earns this season to community organizations. but he isn't saying yet which ones. a california town is being terrorized by some intruders. bears r into their personal playground. we'll show you what finally sent them scrambling back into the woods. (janet knox/ found relics cleaning home) "i'm just still in shock of what i found. the secret she found lurking inside the walls of her flood-ravaged home that ((karla)) and.. don't forget to download the all new 13 action news app.. featuring live streaming.. video on demand and incredible
it's free in the app store and in google play. i'm catherine cortez masto and i approve this message. four years ago i was diagnosed with breast cancer so i'm really outraged that joe heck
voted ten times to defund planned parenthood which thousands of nevada women depend on for cancer screenings. congressman heck even threatened to shut down the federal government to eliminate funding for planned parenthood.
wheel suffered a medical emergency. he man managed to free himself from the vehicle and walked away with only minor injuries. (janet knox/ foun cleaning home) "once i knocked the wall down and got the sheet rock out, i kicked the piece of newspaper." janet knox was cleaning out her home after the historic flood waters in baton rouge, louisiana took out nearly 2 decades of memories she made. while gutting her home...she came across a treasure trove. the local newspaper from the 40's and photos of president franklin d. roosevelt where just some of the few items found. (knox) "these women went to baton rouge high.
these people if they were still alive." [butted with] (knox) "it makes me smile, and get my mind off of what's over there that's all torn up." she also found a toy chest, a disney figurine and children's utensils. now for a look at the top stories now trending. a floridain proves you can wakeboard in a puddle...and baby leopards are introduced to the world. but first.. some southern california bears get caught taking an uninvited swim in a backa (voice of danny brimecombe/homeowner) "hey! i thought i told you guys to get out of here. reacting to seeing a mama bear and her two cubs trying to beat the heat by taking a cool swim in his pool. hug.. as she doubled as a lifeguard. the cubs then hopped into another pool before finding a snack. they were eventually frightend
and... these two little leopard cubs just had their first adventure outside their den. the tiny twins were born on june 25th but could only now safely venture outside they're currently in the u-k, where visitors to the marwell zoo near winchester can check them out. the amur leopard is one of the most endangered big cats in the world...there are fewer than 70 of them in the wild (nats) and check out this guy in saint he didn't let a little hurricane- related flooding stop his fun.. and decided to do some wakeboarding down the street. some of his other neighbors thought it was a great idea and even tried kiteboarding. to see all of today's trending headlines along with weather updates and breaking news alerts.. just download the free ktnv mobile app. anchors adlib and toss to karla these winds we have been seeing
saturday and sunday. 30 to 35 mph gusts will be common both days with sustained winds between 15 and 25 mph. the strongest winds should occur early sunday into the afternoon. these winds will be accompanied high temperatures in the upper 90s tomorrow and mid 90s by sunday with mainly sunny skies. labor day monday will consist of gorgeous weather with highs
just in time to start enjoying the cooler weather.. the red rock canyon campground reopened today. however.. visitors still aren't allowed to start a campfire or barbecue because of fire restrictions. it's 15 dollars for an individual camp site.. and 50 dollars n group. there's something new to see at titanic: the artifact exhibition. for a limited-time.. some personal items that belonged to the ship's first officer are on display at the luxor. william murdoch was on the bridge when the titanic struck a massive iceberg in 1912. he tried to save the ship officer's button.. a pair of long-johns and a
congressman. andrew spencer looks at the psychology behind sending suggestive text messages. former congressman anthony weiner is back in the headlines-- splitting from his wife following yet another sexting scandal. sending racy text messages has become a topic ripe for skewering on comedy shows like "inside amy schumer." researchers at california state university, monterey bay decided to look into who exactly was taking part in the modern romance trend... and the answers might surprise
sexting as part of the wooing process... it turns out couples in committed relationships are more likely to sext than single people. according to researchers, sexters tend to be more comfortable with the idea of close intimacy... but they also tend to worry more about what their partner thinks of them. less suprisingly.... men are more likely than women to send a text propositioning sexual activity. for today's health minute... i'm andrew spencer. still ahead...a final look at your forecast! a look at tonight's abc primetime lineup. at 8 -- shark tank at 9 -- what would you do? at 10 -- 20/20 at 11 -- 13 action news take a look at this view from chopper 13. .bringing you breaking news fast and first. we'll be right back.
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 to let them keep doing it.... 23 times. senate majority pac is responsible for the content
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,
and pushed him into a traffic lane. she now faces several charges including battery of a police officer. investigators think a fire at an african methodist episcopal church is no accident. right now.. firefighters from north las vegas and the a-t-f are treating it as arson. no one was injured. the pastor says they've had windows broken before.. but never anything like this. coming up on 13 action news.. live at 5... a cab driver is shot twice and survives. unable to work, he says the recovery is shocking. and we'll have another look at the heavy traffic heading into las vegas for the labor day weekend. those stories and more on 13 action news.. live at 5. then later.. all new on 13 action news live at 6.. wearable fitness devices like fitbits are all the rage these days... but now... the trend isn't just for kids anymore. contact 13 digs deeper into the growing trend of wearable monitoring devices for your baby, tonight at six.
forward into saturday and sunday. 30 to 35 mph gusts will be common both days with sustained winds between 15 and 25 mph. the strongest winds should upper 90s tomorrow and mid 90s by sunday with mainly sunny skies. that does it for 13 action news live at 3:30.. but stay with us for judge judy up next. we'll be back in 60 minutes for 13 action news live at 5. but don't forget.
>> judge judy: she wasn't happy in your house, and she wanted to go back to her mother's. >> announcer: a troublemaker on the move. >> judge judy: had you had an argument with your daughter? >> she was habitually lying to me over the whole time that she was living with me. >> judge judy: that's probably why she wasn't getting along with her mother. >> announcer: can these parents regain the peace? >> judge judy: this one is gonna use you and then she's gonna use her father, 'cause all she's doing is manipulating the two of you. it's not a new story.
you are about to enter the courtroom of 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 russell hiser is suing his granddaughter's father, joshua chuning, for the cost to replace his granddaughter's saxophone. >> byrd: order! all rise! this is case number 579 on the hiser vs. chuning. >> judge judy: thank you. >> byrd: you're welcome, judge. parties have been sworn in. you may be seated. ladies, have a seat, please. >> judge judy: mr. hiser, this young lady, i assume, is your granddaughter. >> yes, ma'am. >> judge judy: and that's your daughter. >> yes. >> judge judy: and that is your daughter? >> yes, ma'am. >> judge judy: so, you had one child together. >> mm-hmm. >> judge judy: there was a time when your granddaughter was living with her mother and they weren't getting along too well, i gather from your papers. >> yes.