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and -- shots fired overnight on the las vegas strip and officials are investigating...with little information to work with.... saint - hl plus -- breaking overnight -- pope francis officially declaring mother teresa a saint during a ceremony at the vatican. but we beging with breaking news this morning. a wildfire -- erupting overnight in california... freeway right now. the san bernardino county fire department...is reporting a full closure at the 215 freeway interchange. officials also reported-- several northbound lanes of the 15 freeway in devore are also closed. this is in the same relative area... as the devastating blue cut fire.... that charred thousands of acres and prompted thousands of evacuations..just weeks agos. right now-- the fire is 25 percent contained...with more than 185 firefighters battling
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situation for you... 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)) storm systems passing to our north will keep us windy today and will keep high temps in the 90s through next work week. southwest up to 20 mph and gusts up to 30 mph possible and highs in the low to mid 90s around the valley. labor day will be even cooler with highs in the low 90s. by tuesday high temps will be back in the low to mid 90s. expect mainly sunny skies through tuesday. by wednesday it'll be sunny
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highs will remain in the mid 90s. we'll get and extra push of moisture thursday and friday which will bring more cloud cover and slight chances for isolated t-storms. highs will top out in the mid breaking overnight -- at least one person is behind bars after a shooting on the las vegas strip. metro tells us.... multiple shots were fired at a car in a bally's parking lot around 4 this morning. no one was hurt and one of those suspects was ar it's not yet clear if there are more suspects. this morning all local law enforcement is on an all out manhunt -- in hopes of finding this man suspected of murder... alonso perez -- escaped police custody friday morning. he somehow managed to slip out of one of his handcuffs. the family of the victim -- mohammed robinson -- is outraged that police had their suspect handcuffed...but somehow he got away. 00:03:55 magdaliene
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want him to pay for what he you could've walked away from the argument, you didn't need to start the argument, you didn't need to take it any further." robinson's sister says.. perez ...shot and killed her brother because he didn't hold the door for a woman at a mcdonald's. perez has a small tattoo of this air jordan logo. he's considered armed and dangerous and does have one of the cuffs on! ta good look at your screen again -- if you see perez do not approach him and call police right away. a local teen is fighting for his life...afte being hit by a reckless driver.. anthony orozco-- is 16-years-old--- and in the i-c-u right now., his father says he was hit by a car wednesday after school.. right outside his home near deer springs and grand montecito parkway. according to the family..
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but only got a ticket for negligent driving. as for anthony-- his family says-- he fractured his ribs, vertebrae, pelvis and clavicle. he has a gash on this left side.. exposing his artery that's now infected. they have a go-fund-me set up to help cover the rising medical bills. we have a link on our website.. ktnv.com. in new jersey-- a police officer continues to fight for his life...after a shooto and now an all-out manhunt for more. investigators say two officers stopped a group of men -- near the caesars casino in atlantic city yesterday morning. the men opened fire on the cops and police shot back. one of the gunmen was killed. five other suspects took off.. in california -- two officers are also fighting for their lives after being shot by a visitor at the fresno county jail. the suspect tried to skip ...to
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when confronted by a correctional officer... the suspect allegedly pulled out a gun and started shooting. police say the alleged gunman has a long criminal history. to a memorial for one of their own.. shot in the line of duty. friday morning.. officer clint cor- vin-us ...and his partner... came across joseph moreno.. during a routine patrol. moreno is known to local with three active warrants for his arrest. he fired at the officers.. one of those bullets hit officer cor-vin-us. susan pietsch witness "it's a scary thing especially when it happens right in your backyard" corvinus died at a local hospital. the 33-year-old was a four-year veteran. he leaves behind an eight-year-old daugter. the governor in new mexico released a statement saying -- in part -- "the violence against our police officers has to end.
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damage left by one of oklahoma's largest earthquakes. the magnitued 5.6 quake was centered near the small town of pawnee. but it rattled seven states across the midwest. one homeowner suffered minor injuries, but he is already out of the hospital. there has been some structural damage -- bricks falling and windows breaking -- but nothing major. in pakistan ...rescuers calling the search over... for two mountain climbers from utah....for now. kyle dempster and scott adams last seen nearly two weeks ago -- were trying to scale one of pakistan's highest mountains. a local spotted their lights about halfway up the mountain. but the next day a snow storm hit... and hasn't let up. jonathan thesenga/family spokesperson they don't have gps with them. we have no idea where they're at on the mountain. the family spokesperson says helicopters will resume the search when the weather improves.
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go-fund-me account set up to pay for the search rescue. so far it's raised more than 193-thousand dollars. breaking overnight-- the "saint of the gutters" is now officially a full saint. mother teresa was raised to sainthood. you're looking at a video of a mass that took place in vatican. teresa founded the missionaries of charity in the 1950's to help the poor of calcutta. about a dozen sisters, spread throughout the world. 014 -- chhanda chakraborti, mother teresa's co-worker "she's a ray of intense light." mother teresa won the no-bel peace prize in 1979. she passed away in 1997. new this morning -- some good samaritans jump to the rescue passengers and crew stranded on a sinking boat and it's all
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crash. then -- millions are in the path of a dangerous storm this labor day weekend. where hermine is headed now -- leaving a path of destruction behind. ((ad-lib)) new this morning -- 26 people are alive and well thanks to some good samaritans that
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them. the group was onboard a boat for a fishing trip near the coronado islands. when the boat crashed into some rocks. a call immediately went into the coast guard.. as the 64 foot sportfishing vessel began taking on water and the crew deployed life rafts. but fortunately for the
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stepped to help.. if they hadn't responded we would be looking at a very different situation butt to "were here walking get to do this another day so that's a good thing" the coast guard is now investigating, but witnesses did see one of the crew members take a breathalyzer.. and then being led away in handcuffs. panic at a county fair in memphis, tennessee. 8 people injured after a ride is shutdown. officials say the ride's computer system detected a safety shutdown. but then - the ride operator panicked...stopping the ride and accidently releasing the safety restraint in the middle of the ride it stops, it was sideways and me and my friend were on the top. and the seats, the things that hold you down, they came up and we were trying to hold on." a number of people ended up falling and slamming into the bottom of
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treated for minor injuries. right now -- millions are being forced to change their labor day weekend plans as a potentially dangerous storm slowly churns its way north along the eastern coast. there are states of emergency, watches and warnings from virginia all the way up to new england. let's get it out to abc's chief meteorologist, ginger zee, who's in breezy point, new york... an area still recovering from hurricane sandy -- and now -- bracing for more. its way north?slowing down to a crawl, and leaving over ten inches of rain in her wake... (nat) in columbia , nthis home , virginia bombarded with falling trees? crews working overnight to clear ####### ...and in pasco county, florida...mandatory emergency evacuations underway... (hold for good video here?) the storm leaving its mark along the way? isolated tornados caused by the storm? ripping this campground in the outer banks to shreds ###
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warnings?stretching from parts of north carolina all the way to connecticut?putting a damper on the holiday weekend for some people. woman: "it sucks. really." hermine only expected to get stronger in the coming hours? storm systems passing to our north will keep us windy today high temps in the 90s through next work week. winds will be from the
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highs in the low to mid 90s around the valley. labor day will be even cooler with highs in the low 90s. by tuesday high temps will be back in the low to mid 90s. expect mainly sunny skies through tuesday. by wednesday it'll be sunny skies and highs will remain in the mid 90s. we'll get and extra push of moisture thursday and friday which will bring more cloud cover and slight chances for isolated t-storms. highs will top out in the mid 90s on thursday and climb to the upper 90s by saturday. storm systems passing to our north will keep us windy today and will keep high temps in the 90s through next work week. winds will be from the southwest up to 20 mph and gusts up to 30 mph possible and highs in the low to mid 90s around the valley. labor day will be even cooler with highs in the low 90s. by tuesday high temps will be back in the low to mid 90s. expect mainly sunny skies through tuesday. by wednesday it'll be sunny skies and highs will remain in the mid 90s.
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which will bring more cloud cover and slight chances for isolated t-storms. highs will top out in the mid 90s on thursday and climb to the upper 90s by saturday. we'll dry out by saturday. ((ad-lib at desk)) happening today - if you're looking for some family fun
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may be your spot. they're putting on their annual
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games and giveaways. there's even a metal-detector treasure hunt. 00:11:45:07 manuel williams "they been having a great time. then you got the boy scouts selling hot dogs and hamburgers. it's a good deal." buttwith melissa fanucchi 13:18:06 "it gets us together, we love seeing the fish. today's event runs from noon until 5 p.m. this sunday morning -- we are taking you all over the valley.. including the las vegas strip.. for some dirty dining. slimy mushrooms and the moldy strawberries? marina: mushrooms and ... ? and those are only some of the items on today's menu.... dont' miss all five restaurants featured today...in case it's somewhere you were planning on going for brunch! you're watching good morning las vegas.. we'll be right back on this morning. this morning's edition of dirty
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? ? ? isaac hou has mastered gravity defying moves to amaze his audience.
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now he's added a new routine. making depositing a check seem so effortless. easy to use chase technology, for whatever you're trying to master. isaac, are you ready? yeah.
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strip to a car wash! the theme of this dirty dining segment is "dirty fiver." 13 chief investigator darcy spears has 5 restaurants on the dirty dining list.. starting with a tie for the highest demerits. two restaurants, equally dirty, sent us spanning the valley from the strip to a car wash in search of answers behind two 36-demerit c grades. our first stop is on the strip at jimmy's seaside fries in the on dirty dining for the 36-demerit c grade you got from the health district and we'd like your side of the story. dana cartwright/person in charge : it was mostly mechanical. dana cartwright, who health inspectors found working with a food handler card that expired almost a year ago, blames most of jimmy's problems on a missing fly fan. 21:18:28 dana: what happened was
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inspectors call that improper pest control. they also found chili at an unsafe temperature and a complete absence of sanitizer solution in open food areas during active food prep. we were interrupted as we tried to ask more questions. 21:19:15 darcy : does she work for you? woman: no. she works for jimmy's seaside fries. i am with grand bazaar shops management. darcy: right. and jimmy's seaside fries is what's on dirty dining. not grand bazaar shops. we clear things up with her and us what the other major problem was. 23:01 dana: this was just that intentionally turned off to the only handsink. dana: it was stripped. and so we only had hot water. before we can finish up... more grand bazaar muscle comes to kick us out. 23:42 darcy: but you guys don't actually speak for jimmy's, is that correct? grand bazaar security: that's correct. /nat transition/ antojitos d.f. y mas, which is inside the oasis car wash on flamingo and pecos, is our second 36-demerit c grade. 40:49 marina: it was so surprising! owner marina ibarra
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but this is a new location and she's still training the staff. she attributes most of the demerits to a malfunctioning fridge. 39:21 marina: this happened. and everything--it's a job. and well, they show me i have to be more carefully, just check every day, every single day the fridge and the freezers. inspectors also wrote up food handlers for improper handwashing, including after touching raw ground meat. 40:11 marina: they was nervous an time, and, uh, yeah. breaded raw shrimp and cooked carne asada were found at room temperature. foodhandlers returned dishes with old debris on them to the cookline. and there was a strong sewer odor coming from grease trap. 41:10 darcy: what about the slimy mushrooms and the moldy strawberries? marina: mushrooms and ... ? i show her where that's listed in the health report.
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strawberries in refrigerator. food spoiled, adulterated, not wholesome. (awkward silence...) marina blames that on the fridge too. 43:03 d: the one that wasn't working? m: mmm hmm. yeah! that's why. there was also expired food including pata, squash flowers and birria - a beef stew she says is only served on weekends. 48:11 marina: it was nine days. yeah, that probably happened. but she says it would not have been served. 38:57 marina: we tried to correct everything in the moment when the health danger the health for the people, of course, that's the most important thing. /nat transition/ we've got three imminent health hazard closures including a capriotti's sandwich shop. their location on west sahara near the strip was shut down for lack of adequate refrigeration. inspectors noted a repeat violation for holding food at unsafe temperatures, including cheese, pastrami and ham. there was also old food debris on the can opener blade and black build-up on cutting
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food truck was also shut down for lack of adequate refrigeration and lack of handwashing facilities. and burger king on serene near eastern was shut down for having no hot water. darcy tag: all the restaurants are back to a grades, except jimmy's seaside fries. they say they'll be reinspected this week. darcy spears, 13 action news. in the race for president this morning -- democrats are working harder than eer rallying for hillary clinton. what they're doing and donald trump's latest attempt to reach african-american voters. plus -- an 80-year-old woman pepper sprayed by police and it's caught on camera. what officers say she did. you're watching good morning las vegas.. we'll be right back on this morning. right now on good morning las vegas... new major clues in a
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and -- a woman is now facing charges for taking advantage of the death of a firefighter who died in the line of duty. and in politics -- busy week for both candidates. where they stand now and what labor day means for the race. 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)) storm systems passing to our north will keep us windy today 90s through next work week. winds will be from the southwest up to 20 mph and gusts up to 30 mph possible and by tuesday high temps will be back in the low to mid 90s. expect mainly sunny skies through tuesday. by wednesday it'll be sunny skies and highs will remain in the mid 90s. we'll get and extra push of moisture thursday and friday which will bring more cloud cover and slight chances for isolated t-storms. highs will top out in the mid 90s on thursday and climb to
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it's your voice your vote in the race for the white house. at home -- democrats out in full force rallying for hillary clinton and other democrats.... but we do starti trump -- still taking heat -- as critics say -- he's ignoring african-american voters. trump was in detroit yesterday speaking to members of the great-faith ministries -- telling the congregation he wants to bridge the nation's racial rift. (donald trump/ (r) presidential nominee) "our nation is too divided. we talk past each other, not to each other and those who seek they have no clue. i'm heo we can together remedy injustice
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outreach to african-american voters. here at home volunteers out in full force rallying for candidates.. they're opening two new field offices... canvassing neighborhoods, staffing phone banks and registering new voters -- ahead of early balloting -- next month. marlon marshall/hillary clinton campaign 04: volunteers here are going person to person. talking to folks about the importance of this election and if they're not registered, making sure they are so they can participate." california congresswoman barbara lee and actor don cheadle also joining clinton -- as part of plan to pull in more in the race for president -- donald trump's camp working twice as hard to appeal to minority voters meanwhile hillary clinton is focusing on fundraising rather than
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rick klein with the wrap up of this week's events and what labor day means for the race. trump zigs and then zags - as clinton focuses on the money i'm abc's rick klein with the latest in politics this week it was the tale of two donald trumps - courteous and friendly in mexico city - trump - mexicans are just beyond reproach, spectacular, spectacular hard working people yet strong as ever in denouncing illegal immigration just hours later in tolerance for illegal aliens, zero there was no give on his signature proposal for a border wall trump mexico sot - we did discuss the wall, we didn't payment of the wall trump arizona sot: and mexico is paying for the wall, they just don't know it yet but they're going to pay for the wall hillary clinton hasn't yet accepted her invitation to visit mexico. but she's accusing trump of using photo ops as a substitute for diplomacy clinton sot: it
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insults and insinuations by dropping in on our neighbors for a few hours. clinton closed out the summer largely off the campaign trail - preferring fundraising to retail politics that's meant celebrity hobnobbing - from justin timberlake and jessica biel (pics), to jon bon jovi and paul mccartney nats - hey jude... get ready for the pace to pick up. labor day marks the traditional kickoff to the fall campaign, and both tickets will be out n rick klein abc news washington a vermont woman faces fraud charges this morning. police say she falsely collected money for a fallen firefighter. police say -- 31-year-old krystle holmes -- was asking for cash donations -- for the family of justin beebe. he's a vermont firefighter who died last month battling a blaze -- in the great-basin
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ely. beebe died from his injuries -- after a tree fell on him. now to kansas city where two gunmen are on the run after killing a teeange girl and hurting two others. authorities say the men drove by -- firing shots into a group of people. this is the third drive-by- shooting there just this week. residents say they've had enough. "you are very heartless and your parents, your family, whoever know who did this. you need to drag your kids to the police department and turn them in." targeted. this morning a 27-year-old cold case is one step closer to being solved. police say they found the remains of eleven-year old jacob wetterling. he's a minnesota boy kidnapped in 1989. so far ... no one has been arrested. sources tell our sister station -- the suspect in jacob's kidnapping has led authorities
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but police have named a person of interest. the world's top carbon producers --china and the u-s.. officially signed on to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. china's president and president barrack obama submitted their plans to the u-n president yesterday. now they need more countries to join in. president obama is in china for his final g-20 meeting as president. the summit is one of his last opportunities to shape american foreign poc pro-football hall-of-famer lawrence taylor is facing drunk driving charges again. this time -- in palm beach, california. police say taylor sideswiped a patrol car and crashed into a motorhome. when asked if he had anything to drink -- taylor responded -- "apparently too much". no one was hurt. there was only minor damage to the vehicles. the 57-year-old -- is expected in court -- later this month. an oklahoma officer is under
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84-year-old woman ... in her own home. it all started when her son, arthur blackmon... allegedly ran a stop sign and then wouldn't answer the door for police. officers then kicked in the door and tased him. that's when they came across his mother - who they say wasn't cooperating with their orders. "if you look at the video, they took her to the ground very got her secured and the rest of the house was able to be cleared." blackmon is now facing d-u-i charges -- as well as obstructing an officer. as for his mom ...she was given a citation for not obeying police. authorities say the officer did nothing wrong. photos of a gruesome discovery posted on social media are raising some disturbing questions about animal cruelty. contact 13 chief investigator darcy spears takes a closer
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outrage. < darcy 10 pack dumping anything in the desert is illegal, but it's far worse when what's dumped was once a living creature--and probably a family pet. diann dunn-friedman -- horse lover 4:42 to find a domesticated animal as large as that laying in the desert. 4:46 how do you explain to your children? 'mean people did this.' diann dunn-friedman has had horses in her life for 40 years. diann 3:52 it's not a wild horse because it has shoes on. when photos of this decaying horsed surfaced on social media last week, folks from the horse community were shocked. diann 1:09 absolutely appalling. because that's not how you leave an animal. when a horse falls ill and cant' be helped, it should be humanely euthanized by a trained vet, and disposed of safely. diann 1:45 you don't just bring a horse out into the middle of the desert and leave it there and think that nobody is going to find it or come across it. it's just not humane to do. it's horrible. file video feb 2015 (nats) this
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investigated dead horses dumped in this area. (nats) in february of last year, we called animal control about this gruesome scene. (nats) two dead horses. one apparently dismembered in a case that to this day remains open and unsolved. (nats) animal control is also now investigating the recent discovery from earlier this month. jason allswang/ccac 6:13 was there cruelty? was there a situation where somebody did then drop the animal somewhere where they hoped it wouldn't be found? county code enforcment administrator jason allswang says while animal control didn't see specific signs of abuse on this horse, dumping dead animals is a serious problem. jason 5:03 when an animal is decomposing and other animals feed on that, if there is any disease in that animal we don't want it to spread throughout other animals and cause a change in the ecosystem. on top of that, taxpayers foot
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anywhere between $400 to $600. animal control says we also pay another price in the form of resources. jason 8:52 when somebody does do something like this and they dump an animal illegally out in the desert, it's taking away services from other people. that's why diann has a message from the horse community. diann 2:52 they will never bring their horse for whatever reason and just dump it out animal control says if your bring it to an animal shelter for proper disposal. we have a link to more information on our website - ktnv dot com. darcy spears, 13 action news. > a toddler is making headlines this morning for her rebellious attitude. police catching her littering too many times...so officials are fed up. what they did about it -- next. plus -- a story too scary to imagine -- a peeping tom on the loose.. but it's what he's into that has students at a california
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north will keep us windy today 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, 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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north will keep us windy today and will keep high temps in the 90s through next work week. winds will be from the southwest up to 20 mph and gusts up to 30 mph possible and highs in the low to mid 90s around the valley. labor day will be even cooler with highs in the low 90s. by tuesday high temps will be back in the low to mid 90s.
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through tuesday. by wednesday it'll be sunny skies and highs will remain in the mid 90s. we'll get and extra push of moisture thursday and friday which will bring more cloud cover and slight chances for isolated t-storms. highs will top out in the mid 90s on thursday and climb to the upper 90s by saturday. we'll dry ou storm systems passing to our north will keep us windy today and will keep high temps in the 90s through next work week. winds will be from the southwest up to 20 mph and gusts up to 30 mph possible and highs in the low to mid 90s around the valley. labor day will be even cooler with highs in the low 90s.
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through tuesday. by wednesday it'll be sunny skies and highs will remain in the mid 90s. we'll get and extra push of moisture thursday and friday which will bring more cloud cover and slight chances for isolated t-storms. highs will top out in the mid 90s on thursday and climb to the upper 90s by saturday. we'll dry out by saturday. now this is taking things a
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family opens up their mail to find out their 2-year-old daughter gets a 75-dollar fine for littering (theresa westover, mother) "i opened up an envelope that listed harper as having violated dcs littering code." (chuck westover/father) "she's not a criminal. and that's the ironic thing is time about picking up her trash." after some back-and-forth with the city --the public works inspector -- eventually apologizes -- and tears up the ticket. "i just hear this voice come through our window and he said like, 'oh, you have really nice legs' this is just scary. a peeping tom with a thing for feet creeping -- around the university of california long
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was awakened early monday morning by a man standing outside her bedroom window. just a few days later she believes the same guy -- was lurking -- outside her roommate's window. sot full megan nevestich/ roommate "last night 10:50 my roommate was in her room and she heard a voice saying 'you have beautiful feet' something like that.then he ran away" police are aware of both incidents. that peeping tom -- is still on the lose. this month is dedic raising awareness of childhood cancer. when good morning las vegas returns our guest will join us in studio to talk about the importance of spreading awareness not just this month -- but everyday. now let's head to new york for a look at what's coming up on good morning america, ((transcribe)) everyday families are given the heart breaking news ... their child will be fighting cancer.. but this month we'll be
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but this month we'll be celebrating these children...and raising awareness for a cure. so joining me now to talk more about chilh awareness month... is alyson mccarthy with the ronald mcdonald house and vanessa moreno with miracle flights. alyson mccarthy ronald mcdonald house of greater las vegas vanessa moreno miracle flights talk to us about childhood cancer awareness month, what are you seeing here locally? what is the most common childhood cancer facing kids? tell us more about these
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and financial strain on families, what kind of expenses are these parents struggling community? how can we help you allprovide services to these families? http://www.rmhlv.com/
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we did visually confirm nhp taking a person into custody after a sobriety test. this is near arville & blue diamond. we'll stay on top of this and bring you the latest at 8. ((ad-lib)) thanks for joining us this morning. good morning e next. and join us back here at 8 a-m for another full hour of the day's top stories and weather headlines. don't forget you can get all of
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good morning, america. new overnight, states of emergency. hermine's fierce winds pounding the coast. the watches and warnings from virginia to southern new england. the dangerous storm surge and rip current. the deadly tractor-trailer accident. and a tornado tearing through this campground. who's in the danger zone now? we've got team coverage this morning. ? seeking support. donald trump's first visit to a black church. >> those who seek office do not do enough to step into the community and learn what is going on. >> his promise to make america prosperous for everyone. will it be enough to sway african-american voters? fair scare. the ride that went haywire. kids dangling. holding on for dear life. some even falling from their

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