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then -- elderly and disabled people in one downtown apartment complex... are practically being held hostage... because of a broken elevator! and it's labor day weekend -- we have you covered with the best deals and traffic trouble solutions on this very busy weekend! good morning las vegas! i'm ... the time now is ... let's get started wh of your first alert forecast with dan bronis. good morning dan! ((ad-lib)) these winds we have been seeing will stick around as we move 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 occur early sunday into the afternoon. these winds will be accompanied with high temperatures in the upper 90s today and mid 90s by
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of gorgeous weather with highs into the lower to mid 90s and spending time poolside or lakeside and drink that water if doing outdoor activities as it will be bone dry across southern nevada.breaking overnis investigating a shooting at a vacant house party! detectives tell us several shots were fire jones. when officers got there -- everyone had left. only on 13 action news -- we're hearing from one man who's house was hit by the bullets! 025 someone was shooting and they hit my house...shooting up the place 035 butt to 059 if they would've shot....1:02 this is crazy metro says several cars and homes were damaged. now to our top story... right now..
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a murder suspect who escaped north las vegas police custody. take a look.. the suspectg is know to have this distinctive air jordan tattoo. police say.... alonso perez escaped from a detective office on west cheyenne, yesterday morning. he is wanted for killing a man on north las vegas boulevard last weekend. new this morning -- we are hearing from the sister of the shooting victim....who says she fear for the community's safety. magdaliene nestor-robinso victim's sister 2:42 anger, fear 2:55 for his freedom police say perez stole a white 2016 ford f-250 pickup truck... from a neighboring parking lot. it has the nevada license plate number 2-6-c-8-1-9. he's about 6-foot-3..weighs 200 pounds.
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if you think you know where pere is ...call police right away. new this morning -- a vacant house goes up in flames in downtown las vegas. las vegas fire and rescue sent out these images late last night. the fire broke out... outside of a vacant boarded up home near 10th st and charleston. no one was inside at the time,, firefighters believe an arsonist is to blame for a fire at an african methodist episcopal church. that fire damaged some of the front of the church yesterday. the pastor says they've had windows broken before... but never an attack like this. in just a few days the congregation will celebrate its -27-th anniversary. the pastor tells us... the church won't cancel any activities ....because of the fire. health officials are now
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louis encephalitis in clark county. the southern nevada health district says the patient is a man over the age of 50. another man contracted the virus last week. he was treated and released from the hospital. the virus is transmitted to humans through mosquito bites. some parents at droal red rock elementary are getting a lesson in behavior...from the school's principal. a letter went out to parents yesterday-- after one parent's extreme behavior left a staff witnesses say... multiple pareents cursed and threw rocks at staff because they were upset about the silent dismissal system which releases the students in waves. the principal's letter reads in part.. quote: "how are we supposed to teach our students... how to behave ....when the parents are behaving this way in front them?" it's been a year and a half
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shot on the job.. and he's now struggling to make ends meet. frank o'grady was shot twice after stopping to pick up two men. now.. he says he's strapped with some huge medical bills but his insurance company will only pay 748 dollars in worker's compensation. and.. he says his doctors say... he only suffers 1% disability. i don't know where the man from carson city dr. x ex ex says only 1% of my body has disability when my spleen is gone 13 action news has tried for from the insurance company.. but so far.. no answer. now to a story you asked us to investigate -- a broken apartment elevator has stranded elderly and disabled tenants for nearly two months. the only elevator... at park avenue apartment's ...has been out of service since the beginning of july. some people ...who live on the upper floors in the downtown complex ...can't even get down the stairs. for robert myers...being
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03:40:12 "how often are you supposed to get the infusion?" "i'm supposed to get it once a week." "how many infusions have you missed?" "seven. i've missed seven infusions." myers needs enzyme infusions to battle a lung disease. the office manager says a repairman is coming tuesday. the owner of the complex didn't return our messages. more than 3-hundred-thousand people are expected to visit las vegas this labor day holiday! and about half of them will be driving. state police tell us they're cracking down.... on drunk drivers and speeders... who make roadways.... dangerous. we rode along with state troopers.... yesterday... as they began.... holiday enforcement. we all know this is once one of the deadliest stretches of road in the country so with the help of chp, along with metro and henderson, we're teaming up really to make this a safe road
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weekend. n-h-p will be keeping an eye on drivers heading into california. california highway patrol will do the same for the traffic heading into nevada. besides the busy roads -- there are also tons of great deals this labor day weekend. ahead on good morning las vegas -- we have the best deals... so you don't waste your money! right now -- hurricane (her-mean) hermine has been downgraded to tropical storm. but thousands are not in the clear just yet. where the storm is heading and how the communities hit the hardest are cleaning up. dan? ((ad-lib)) now to the tropical storm stretching across thousands of
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we sent him here to fix it. but congressman joe heck became part of the problem. wall street invested over a half-million dollars in congressman heck's campaigns,
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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.
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into florida - now marching up
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ashore as a category 1 hurricane. a massive cleanup is now underway ...but the threat is far from over. tropical storm alerts are in effect all the way up to connecticut. this morning -- some beaches up the coast will be closed to swimmers... during this holiday weekend. abc's chief meterologist ginger zee - in tallahasse now with the latest. damaging 80 mile-per-hour winds slamming florida's gulf coast -- a storm surge up to 6 feet. nat. "we got to move it! oh!!" the than a decade bridge ginger in rain (st. marks florida): it's been a night of tornado warnings. torrential rain, the eye just a couple of miles away. hermine making landfall at 1-30 a- m. hundreds spent the night in shelters. our hotel --quickly flooded bridge ginger entering hotel ok let's see how the hotel is fairing?. nats-transformers powerlines exploding and igniting. at the storm's peak, more than 300- thousand without power in florida alone. (night video) trees crashing
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sot susan griffin / ocala fl resident at about 4 o'cock in the morning i heard this bug boom and a crash // i was in a safe -- but another falling tree -- killing a man at his campsite. in st. marks today, we met stan west -- nats-stan herminie was here... (marks on post) marking the storm's highest water line inside his cafe. now cleaning up. sot stan west / resident we'll be back up and running in about 3 or 4 days. the town of crystal river under water. he the southeast. sot ashlyn pickard / tybee island, georgia it's the worst i've ever seen it. on tybee island, georgia --empty beaches & double-red-flag warnings.... winds gusting above 60 miles per hour. heavy rain and flash flooding extending to the carolinas... our linsey janis is there sot linsey janis: here in central south carolina it's been pouring rain for several hours, you can see crews already out cleaning up the damage from hermine. this small creek has overflowed and taken out this neighborhood street. another dangerous night ahead.
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- v hermine has created a big problem for a family of raccoons in florida. two baby raccoons lost their mom after the storm hit seffner.. friday morning. the little fellas fell out of a tree that the storm knocked down. a crew with our sister station stumbled on the little babies. a homeowner who found them says their mom is nowhere to be found. (jon-jon cochran, homeowner and wet and they're cold and they are babies, they don't know nothing. this is all they know." the crew later found a rescue group that took the baby raccoons in. these winds we have been seeing will stick around as we move 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 occur early sunday into the afternoon. these winds will be accompanied with high temperatures in the
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labor day monday will consist of gorgeous weather with highs into the lower to mid 90s and the winds will be much cooler. sunshine is planned throughout the afternoon so make sure to lather up on sunscreen if spending time poolside or lakeside and drink that water if doing outdoor activities as it will nevada. these winds we have been seeing will stick around as we move 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 occur early sunday into the afternoon. these winds will be accompanied with
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with mainly sunny skies. labor day monday will consist of gorgeous weather with highs into the lower to mid 90s and the winds will be much cooler. sunshine is planned throughout the afternoon so make sure to lather up on sunscreen if spending time poolside or lakeside and drink that water if doing outdoor activities as it will be bone dry across
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labor day sales just about everywhere... but some deals are better than others. this weekend you'll save big on mattresses... and.... large appliances. also... expect big mark downs on summer anything outdoorsy. but this is not the best weekend.... to buy electronics. you'll find better deals..... on t-v's and phones... on "black friday". and if you plan on staying in town for the holiday weekend... but have yet to make plans... we have a full list of events happening around the valley.... on our website... k-t-n-v dot com. - v police in new york are trying
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destroying a justin bieber sand sculpture! the sand sculpture is an annual tradition at the new york state fair. passersby say a man in his mid-30s destroyed the sculpture of justin bieber's head...by jumping into it and then ran away. the fair visitors had mixed reactions as to whether it was a good or a bad thing. 044 "we're upset! we love justin bieber!" "i don't really care." butt to 056 "you can't touch steve martin, you can't mess with patti, but the sculptors have moved on to their next project. fair officials say the sand sculpture will not likely be repaired. italy quake - v a new video this morning of good samaritans rescuing a dog in italy...nine days after that deadly eartquake. you can see them pulling a family's golden retreiver from the rubble. nine days following the quake, it is time for this dog to
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a valley man battling it out with his homeowner's association... i was lied to! that's what irks me what a decade-old paper trail uncovered that led to a settlement.... putting thousands of dollars in his pocket! you're watching good morning las vegas.. we'll be right back on this morning. most of us here in southern december last year. 14 americans are killed
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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
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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,
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that means paying dues every month. but.... what would you do to get out of having to pay up? in today's "h-o-a.. hall of shame"... contact 13 chief investigator darcy spears ..spotlights one homeowner's fight for freedom. 26:22 darcy stand-up lead: in a david and goliath battle, the homeowner won a big victory over his hoa, and he's literally screaming about it
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the court says the hoa owes him, for sandbagging and defying court orders. it's almost unheard of for an hoa to pay you, the homeowner. but jonathan friedrich got ten-grand from the rancho bel air board after filing a lawsuit, accusing them of fraud. 3:13 jonathan: they violated state, federal and municipal laws. and i've called them out on it. the board was forced to pay sanctions for being evasive and disobeying c friedrich's ongoing case. he started the fight after discovering he's not part of an hoa... even though he lives in a guard-gated hoa community. 13:10 darcy: you believe rancho bel air belongs in the hoa hall of shame? jonathan: you betcha, because they have lied, they have cheated, they have deceived people. they tried to take my home away from me! they tried to foreclose! they had no authority to do that! to understand why the hoa had no authority to do that even after friedrich stopped paying his
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talk donuts. 24:21 darcy stand-up: this is a donut hole, but so are jonathan friedrich and his home, according to court documents. that' makes the hoa the donut, and the hole simply isn't part of it. friedrich, who's currently running for state senate, is a retired construction supervisor and outspoken advocate for homeowners rights. he's also a former member of the state commission that oversees hoas. / nat pop 13:49 - this area air unit 1./ within rancho bel air, there's a dividing line. one friedrich literally painted down the middle of his street at his property line. the community is made up of two units, developed at different times. :48 jonathan: it took the state of nevada many years to figure out there's something very wrong here. friedrich followed a decades-old paper trail and found proof that homeowners in unit one were never officially part of the hoa. a few have never paid the $200
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others opted to join the hoa. and then, there's jonathan. 2:54 jonathan: i gladly paid it for 10 years. but i was lied to! that's what irks me. court records show the developer for unit two sent all homeowners a letter telling them they were part of the hoa. but it wasn't official. and the judge ruled, it's not valid. 3:44 barry: we are not one of the gestapo associations that you read about. barry becker is the unit two member. 1:48 barry: and we don't enforce anything on anybody in unit one, with the exception of requesting that they pay the association dues. the association collects what they call an "amenities assessment," which friedrich refuses to pay. it covers the manned guard gate, street lights and maintenance and some flower pots out front. as for the security of living
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8:10 j: they cannot and have not provided security for us, even though they say it. last year, there were six burglaries in this part of the community. still, becker believes... 8:05 barry becker: he bought into a guard-protected community and now he wants someone else to pay for his share of that. i don't think that helps anybody. darcy tag: the board's lawyer tells me they're appealing one of those $5,000 sanctions they had to pay friedrich, who says he, too, isn't done fighting. where he's hoping to get back all the money he previously paid in hoa dues. darcy spears, 13 action news. thousands are coming into town this weekend. we are breaking down what that would mean if the proposed raiders stadium was in place...and the numbers may surprise you! then later -- kids take an suv on a joyride....crashing it into another car...
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jaw drop! now here's megan telles with some fun things to do around town! hello las vegas! we've got a
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on the investigation into hillary clinton private email server. and more accusations in the case of chris brown! what his lawyer is saying about the incident and the alleged victim. plus -- we're breaking down what the new proposed stadium would mean for las vegas this labor day weekend if it was in place. ... the time now is ... let's get started with a check of your first alert forecast with dan bronis. good morning dan! ((ad-lib)) these winds we have been seeing will stick around as we move 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 occur early sunday into the
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upper 90s today and mid 90s by sunday with mainly sunny skies. labor day monday will consist of gorgeous weather with highs into the lower to mid 90s and the winds will be much cooler. sunshine is planned throughout the afternoon so make sure to lather up on sunscreen if spending time poolside or lakeside and drink that water if doing outdoor activities as it will be bone dry across southern nevada. more than -3- hundred thousand people are a las vegas for "labor day weekend". those are the same people developers hope will pay for.the proposed -1- point -9-. billion dollar n-f-l stadium. 13 action news reporter bryan callahan has a look at how the large numbers this weekend ...would break ... if the proposed room-tax-increase was already
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expected to celebrate "labor day weekend" here in las vegas. if developers of the proposed nfl stadium get their way... those same tourists will be helping pay for the $1.9 billion dollar project. so we decided to take a look at... how much money would be generated for the stadium over this weekend if the .88 percent room tax increase was in place. let's assume all of the 307,000 tourists are sharing a room with someone. that means 153,500 rooms b on an average $109 room the increased room tax would add an extra 96 cents. that would generate $147,360 dollars a night for the stadium... if those tourists stay three nights... that number jumps to $442,080. some have said the increase could deter people from coming to las vegas... so we took that question to the streets. mos: when it comes to big cities... las vegas is currently on the lower end when it comes to room
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higher than our biggest convention rival in orlando... at 12.5 percent. chicago... houston... and indianapolis lead the nation.. all above 17 percent. if lawmakers approved the room tax increase for the stadium and another half percent increase for convention center expansion... las vegas rate would move to 14.28 percent... moving the city into the company of cities like new york city... losw angeles and san francisco. race to the white house.. the f-b-i is releasing its report ....on the investigation into hillary clinton private email server. it's based on agents' notes ...while questioning ...the democratic presidential nominee. the documents reveal clinton told federal agents more than 2-dozens times she couldn't remember if she received training or guidance on the handling of sensitive information.
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replaced her blackberry several times.. and the whereabouts of the old device would 'frequently become unknown.' republican donald trump was in philadelphia yesterday....talking with african-american religious and civic leaders. he also met with a mother who lost her daughter to gang violence.. as part of his outreach to minority voters. we also learned who will be moderating the presidential debates. n-b-c anchor lester holt will moderate the i in about 3 weeks. the second will be moderated by abc's martha raddatz and cnn's anderson cooper. the third debate.. being held at unlv.. will be moderated by chris wallace with the fox news channel. new allegations in the chris brown case. the singer's lawyer is now saying the story of a woman who accused brown of pointing a gun at her ...is fabricated. "there was no gun or guns found in that house whatsoever there were no drugs that i'm aware of
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whatsoever." accusations by the alleged victim baylee curran... led to the singer's arrest tuesday on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon. brown's attorney -- mark geragos-- is now investigating reports.... the former beauty pageant queen has a relationship with the mother of chris brown's child. this all comes on the heels of brown's custody battle that he won. geragos says there was a text message allegedly s baylee curran indicating a plan to set brown up... if proven, geragos saying he'll call for a criminal investigation. (sot - mark geragos / chris brown's attorney) "cause if that text is true, then it gives great credence to what my client said initially and that's that nothing happened and this was set up." the alleged victim is wanted by police in new york.... in a grand larceny case... and was recently stripped of her her "miss california regional" title for threatening other competitors.
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texas has forced prosecutors to dismiss 142 criminal cases. the harris country district attorney's office says evidence related to the cases, which were mostly drug related, was destroyed... the alleged mix-up took place when two deputies, decided to clean out the property room at harris county precinct four. the district attorney's office says it didn't know about the overhaul until it was too late. (devon anderson, harri atty.) trial prosecutors in this office were not aware of any possible issues with their cases until one of them was getting ready to go to trial a couple of weeks ago, and they needed the drug evidence brought to court." the deputy who cleaned out the property room is now out of a job, and the senior officer he claims was responsible has retired. no charges have been filed against the two. the f-d-a is now banning 19
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not only do they do no good - they may actually do harm. officials saying we have no scientific evidence that they are any better than plain soap and water." sot dr. bill schaffner/vanderbilt u. : i think the question was 'who needs them?' if you can't show distinct advantage in these products over conventional soap and water, why should we be putting an unnatural chemical in large amounts into the environment? the ban does not affect antibacterial products used in hospitals or consumr sanitizers--which are mostly alcohol-based. this morning two pre-school kids have a lot of exto do. police say they took their parents' car and crashed it...but the kids say they just wanted to visit their grandma! neighbors say they heard a loud sound and ran to see what the commotion was ....finding two banged-up cars... 0:32 (annemarie warren / neighbor) (1:57 i hold the kids both in their hands and i
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i want to go to my grandma's house.') detectives say the kids are just three and five years old... they managed to start the s-u-v, get it out of their driveway and into the nearby intersection... t-boning the driver of a volvo sedan. no one was seriously hurt in crash. this morning one company is working to build the biggest american flag ever. north american manufacturing has been working on the flag for the last six months. 40-and-a- half long by 90-and-a-half wide. the current record holder for biggest american flag flew over new york city last year. and north american manufacturing's owner saw it first hand ... (joe shea/north american manufacturing) "and since we make flags here at north american, i looked at that and said, hey, we could make a flag that big!' so, thats what we did." workers still need to add a
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they hope to have it done later this year. from amazing to strange records... right now you're looking at the longest line of hot dogs. nathan's famous hot dogs broke th guinness world record yesterday. in honor of its 100th anniversary, nathan's placed 1,916 hot dogs end- to-end during an event grand central terminal. the hot digs were lined up to spell out 'one-hundred. it added up to more than 950 feet of hot dogs. and the honor of placing the hot dog eating champion joey chestnut. 036 nathan's lined up 1,916 hot dogs and then they gave me one to hold, and it was a battle not to eat it. but i was able to put it down and finish up the line, and we got the record and it was a great day!" previous record was set in tokyo in 2014 with more than 100 feet of hot dogs. as your kids are back in
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becoming more common. up next -- just how many drivers ignore those red flashing lights on school buses -- hitting kids! and -- what's being done to catch those offenders. then later -- iconic martial arts movie star jackie chan is set to receive a major award this fall! this and other stories now trending -- ahead.
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we sent him here to fix it. but congressman joe heck became part of the problem. wall street invested over a half-million dollars in congressman heck's campaigns, and heck supports their agenda -- privatizing social security, handing wall street billions in fees, tock market, cutting benefits, putting wall street ahead of us. congressman heck -- what's wrong with washington.
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sadly becoming more and more frequent. school children struck at the bus stop. hit by drivers ignoring the flashing red lights... as kids get on and off. one city handing out nearly a thousand citations during just the first week of school. abc's clayton sandell shows just how dangerous it can be. in these disturbing videos...
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that apparently need a lesson. twice just this week in austin texas...students hit by drivers blowing right by school buses ignoring signs and flashing lights. sot- chief eric mendez, austin independent school district police: "we're close to a thousand violations just in the first week of school." in both cases? the kids were ok. but around the country drivers passing school buses kill ten kids every year. (source: national association of state directors of pupil transportation services) then there's the close calls. inas three girls almost hit by an sandell bridge: here in colorado... bus drivers reported that on just one day this year... drivers passed illegally more than five hundred times every day. sot - leon langley / director pupil transportation office maryland state department of education: i think folks particularly that time of day in the morning are trying to get somewhere and just aren't that in just one day more than 74-thousand (74,421) drivers ignored the warnings...
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of state directors of pupil transportation services) now.. more states are installing cameras to the capture license plates of drivers... who refuse to hit the brakes. cs abc news denver. a warning from contact 13 this morning about reading the fine print before signing a lease.
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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
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afternoon. these winds will be accompanied with high temperatures in the upper 90s today and mid 90s by sunday with mainly sunny skies. labor day monday will consist of gorgeous weather with highs into the lower to mid 90s and the winds will be much cooler. sunshine is planned throughout lather up on sunscreen if spending time poolside or lakeside and drink that water if doing outdoor activities as it will be bone dry across southern nevada.these winds we have been seeing will stick around as we move forward into saturday and sunday. 30 to 35 mph gusts will be common both days with sustained winds
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occur early sunday into the afternoon. these winds will be accompanied with high temperatures in the upper 90s today and mid 90s by sunday with mainly sunny skies. labor day monday will consist of gorgeous weather with highs into the lower to mid 90s and the winds will be much cooler. sunshine is planned throughout lather up on sunscreen if spending time poolside or lakeside and drink that water if doing outdoor activities as it will be bone dry across southern nevada. ((ad-lib at desk)) it's important to know what your lease says when you're
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and it nearly cost her -2- thousand dollars. 13 action news anchor tricia kean has her story ...so you don't make the same mistake. < liz lane: how can somebody be so lacking in compassion? liz lane is at a loss. she and her kids moved into this 37- hundred square foot rental home last september, and were looking to move out at the end of their lease. liz lane: i followed the protocal of sending them a but what liz did her lease runs through september. liz lane: i reached back out to her and i said i'm really sorry. i thought it was august 31st, instead of september 30th. but this email shows, her management company quote "decided to accept and enforce the notice" liz had sent them. they expected her out by the end of august, and to pay a 2-thousand dollar fee for breaking her lease.
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move out august 31st? liz admitted to making a mistake, but wanted to stick to the original agreement. so when management wasn't willing to work with her, liz reached out to contact 13. we contacted management, and they agreed to let liz and her kids stay for the last month of the lease. so what should you know when renting? first, be sure you have a copy of your lease for your records. and check what it says, before contacting management. lauren pena: any time you sign anything with a landlord or anyone for that matt the terms are and make sure you understand what's in it. attorney lauren pena, with the civil law self help center says, understanding your lease is key. liz didn't know the details of her contract, and management almost charged her 2-grand. lauren pena: in that case sure, they can say she terminated her lease. if she officially sent notice that she wanted to break her lease, then it could stand. if you have a complaint, just
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everything. if there's a cost involved and your landlord doesn't respond in a timely manner, then you can warn that you plan to withhold rent, or the cost of a necessary repair. for tenants like liz, keeping records can make all the difference when dealing with a difficult situation. liz lane: i felt like i've been so reasonable with them, and to be treated like that, i've just never had that problem.> in today's now trending -- jackie chan is getting recognized in a big way.. named after him...but you'll be surprised to find out it's not the first time! how many fish named after the 44th president are out there -- straight ahead. martial arts movie legend
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stories... now trending... chan will be awarded... an honorary academy award. he'll receive it at the academy of motion picture arts and
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november. the academy says chan is being honored for his "distinctive international career" and for being a "true pioneer". the 62-year-old has starred in more than 30 martial arts films, many of them made in his native hong kong. obama - v scientists are naming a newly discovered species of... fish after president barack obama...again! the maroon and gold creature was discovered 300 feet deep off the hawaiin coast. it's the only known fish to live exclusively within the scientists were looking to honor the president.. after he signed an order...making the area the largest protected marine sanctuary in the world. in 2012 -- scientists named an aqua and orange speckled freshwater darter found in the tennessee river. you can check out all of the stories that are trending today..
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you can get the latest weather updates, breaking news alerts and more. time now is xxx right now we are working on all-new stories for our six o'clock hour. including -- the latest edition of our h-o-a hall of shame. one man posted a message about his years-long battle on a rooftop after in this case, the hoa board actually had to pay the homeowner 10- thousand dollars. why? find out at six. don't forget to download the
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people in one downtown apartment complex... are practically being held hostage... because of a broken elevator! and it's labor day weekend -- we have you covered with the best deals and traffic trouble solutions on this very busy weekend! good morning las vegas! i'm ... the time now is ... let's get started with a check of your first alert forecast with dan bronis. good morning dan! ((ad-lib)) these winds we have been seeing

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