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him." "that's when we found out it wasn't good." ((chuckles) the suspect is now facing charges for stealing the ambulance and leading police on a chase. breaking right now at 6-am.... a mobile home goes up in flames-- take a look at this video parker collins shot. you can see just how high those flames were... less than a half hour ago. parker arrived to this mobile home park... alongside firefighters. he's joins us live near parker adlibs scene and right now-- a woman is recovering after being hit by a
surrounding areas! high pressure is being supported by dry air within the southwest which allows las vegas to keep to sunny skies. however, at the same time, the jet stream dips out of the north and extends into central nevada; pulling in cooler air from alaska! this means high temperatures will be several 5 to 15 mph out of the west/southwest. woman rushed to the hospital after a shooting near downtown. metro tells us the victim was found near 15th street and fremont last night around 10-30. she was taken to umc, and we're told she's expected to survive. the shooter is still on the run this morning. police have not said what led to the crime. while most kids are enjoying their day off from school... one teenager is worrying about how many classes he'll be missing-- while he's stuck in the hospital. 16 year old anthony orozco is
just seeing him in pain the whole time. he's laying there, everything is bothering him." (butted with) anthony orozco, hit by car "every time i wake up i think i'm so behind in school. i'm going to be missing so much." butt with 000057 "it puts even more life." anthony's family says he's a straight-a student at northwest career and technical academy. his friends have set up a go fund me page to help the family with medical bills. we posted the link on our website, ktnv.com :51-:58 you let this man escape - how is anybody supposed to be feel safe right now? anybody in las vegas? right now-- a manhunt is underway for this murder suspect who escaped from police custody...
dangerous. a viewer sent us this video.... that they say is of the mead and nellis. watch as the man suddenly pulls out a gun and fires several shots. north las vegas police arrested perez as a murder suspect on friday. once the detective left him in the interrogation room...he made his move. aaron patty nlvpd " he actually twisted the handcuffs until they broke. after they broke he was able to perez is a convicted felon, accused of fatally shooting mohammed robinson a few weeks ago. if you see him... do not try and confront him.. just call police immediately. one person is waking up behind bars after opening fire on a car on the strip. metro says around 4 o-clock yesterday morning someone started shooting at the car in the parking lot at bally's. no one was hit.. and the suspected gunman was arrested. metro is still looking into the motive behind the shooting.
structure collapsed on top of workers in israel. amazlingly, 15 workers have already been rescued. and at least three others are still trapped undergound. they are said to be speaking with rescuers, who are attempting to dig a tunnel through the rubble to reach them. the remnants of hurricane hermine are now barreling down on the northeast. the storm is now technically considered a post-tropical depression. but it's still expected to bring 70 mile per hour winds... there is a possibility that there could - i repeat could - be significant challenges, but not limited to loss of power, flooding, and transportation issues the storm is already responsible for two deaths. and the cleanup is just starting... from as far south as florida, where the storm first made landfall on friday. a day at the fair turns into a near death experience for kids in two separate states...
today." this morning-- a dozen people are recovering... and in one of the accidents this morning-- a dozen people are recovering... and in one of the accidents police believe they arleady know what went wrong. greg adlibs weather forecast tease and im' tracking your roads... breaking this morning-- a mobile home catches on fire. parker collins was fast and first to the scene near charleston and the 95. he's talking to people living
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after two separate... terrying fair accidents in two states this weekend. a ride called the "moonraker" malfunctioned at a carnival in memphis on saturday. some riders fell from their seats, others were left dangling in the air. "the harness came up and i had fallen onto the railing in the middle of the ride." (butted with) ride." (butted with) sot kira parrish witness: "i'm so glad we did not die today." officials say the ride operator released the safety bars.. before the ride was back in the cradle. this incident came within hours of another accident in chicago. six children hit their heads when a rollercoaster came to an abrupt stop- sot: one of the little girls ripped forward and hit her face on the ride the association representing carnival operators tells abc news - injuries are rare. and of the more than a billion carnival rides americans take each year, just 13 thousand
a normal trip to the gas station turns into a terrifying turns into a terrifying experience for one dad.. you see him walking towards his car-- when it drives away from him.... and his baby girls were inside. wait until you hear how this story ends. another republican senator refuses to endorse donald
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,
pressure is being supported by dry air within the southwest which allows las vegas to keep to sunny skies. however, at the same time, the jet stream dips out of the north and extends into central nevada; pulling in cooler air from alaska! this means high temperatures will be several degrees cooler than our expect las vegas to range between 90 and 95 degrees with winds at a mild 5 to 15 mph out of the west/southwest. mainly sunny skies look to extend clear into the next weekend but high temperatures will slowly increase. mid to upper 90s pop into the valley by tomorrow and hold
popular place with many las vegas locals. and with the labor day weekend, park officials are expecting a record number of visitors. but they're having a tough time keeping up with the crowds. 1:30 'a bus runs every 4 people, and were literally having people wait almost an hour. thats a lot of people in this line.' 2:30 'its labor day weekend, its a national park ad its the 100th year. so, if they dont get a crowd now, thehyll never get a crowd.'> zion is the country's sixth busiest with visitors from all over the nation. but it doesn't mean they're equipped to handle everyone who comes in. park officials tweeted out yesterday that they were
the canyon. a father in atlanta is thankful his one year old twin girls are home safe this morning-- after someone stole his car at the gas station while the babies were inside! the man says he left his car running and ran into the gas station because the pump wasn't reading his card. you see him walking back to his car-- when all of the sudden it starts driving away. :11-:14 "i ran to unlock the door, but the door was locked police say they found the little girls about a quarter-mile away, when the man ditched the stolen car. one of the twins was still strapped in her car seat-- but the other was found on the ground nearby. the father says he will never leave his car running with his daughters inside again. this just in, gas prices are at their lowest levels since 2004. the national average for a gallon of regular is 2-dollars-21-cents. that 20-cents cheaper than this time last year. the average u-s household is expected to pocket an extra
savings this years thanks to low gas prices. the search is on this morning for a murder suspect who escaped from police right here in the valley. "i want him found" right here in the valley. "i want him found" now abc news is sitting down with the family of the man's alg that's coming up in our gma first look-- plus colin kaepernick getting more support. sales of his jersey are skyrocketing...and other athletes are following his lead. an update on the breaking news we're following. parker collins just tweeting this picture of the aftermath of a mobile home fire. he was fast and first to the scene. he's talking to the people in the neighborhood-- including the woman who called 9-1-1.
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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, putting wall street ahead of us. congressman heck -- what's wrong with washington.
and in-person in 5 major cities-- las vegas being one of them. the audition here is this thursday from 10 a-m until 4 p-m at the fern adair conservatory for the arts. you can pre-register and get more information online. labor day is setting up to be vegas valley and surrounding areas! high pressure is being supported by dry air within the southwest which allows las vegas to keep to sunny skies. from alaska! this means high temperatures will be several 5 to 15 mph out of the
today's gma first look-- follows the search for that murder suspect who escaped from north las vegas police. now abc news is speaking to th diane macedo has the story... < in this morning's gma first look - a massive manhunt for this suspected murderer -- [gfx#1] seen here in custody at a north las vegas police station moments before making a mysterious escape sot - aaron patty - pio, north las vegas police department -he was in handcuffs, and when detectives stepped out he actually twisted the handcuffs until they broke. authorities say that's when 25-year- old alonso perez made a break for it. fleeing this police compound friday undetected - and
sot - aaron patty - pio, north las vegas police department - this is extremely rare. in fact we don't ever hear of instances like this because quite frankly, handcuffs aren't made to break. [gfx#2] perez is wanted for the sister says she's both furious and frightened. sot - magdaliene nestor-robinson, victim's sister (mag-duh-lean / nest-er / robinson) - i want him found, and i want him to pay for what he did. and we'll have more on the manhunt coming up at 7am. with your gma first look, i'm diane macedo, abc news, new the gloves came off at the nascar big truck races...we'll show you what happened seconds before that made both of these drivers so mad. parker adlibs tease and here's a live picture from pittsburgh where v-p candidate tim kaine is speaking right now... up next-- hear why he's having
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extremely scary because it went up so fast." (buttedwith) 17:34:38-17:34:42 "i've never seen a fire go that fast it just went boom." picture perfect for the las vegas valley and surrounding areas! high pressure is being supported by dry air within the southwest which allows las vegas to keep to sunny skies.
the two riders were taken to the hospital, but they're expected to be okay. another crash yesterday morning sent one person to the hospital-- and the other ended up in handcuffs. this is the aftermath from the scene at arville and blue diamond. our cameras were rolling as n-h-p troopers gave one driver a field sobriety test. the man was arrested on suspicion of d-u-i. we're still working to get information on the other driver's condition. ahead today... a golden globe award winning ac campaigning for hillary clinton. oscar nominee don cheadle will be at the event this afternoon at the taco "ee" taco restaurant on tropicana and pecos. the actor is expected to speak to attendees... about why he supports hillary clinton. the event starts at 3 o'clock. it is open to the public. meanwhile, clinton's running mate tim kaine is now defending the democratic presidential candidate who's been noticably quiet on the campiagn trail-- some critics saying she's avoiding the press during her email controversy.
is out on the trail, she's talking to the press, hundreds of interviews. i'm doing the same. the labor day to election day stretch, it's going to ramp up even more. today clinton will be campaigning in ohio. no word on when she'll do a full blown press conference. it's been 274 days since the last one. clinton's republican challenger donald trump is now responding to a well-known gop senator... once again refusing to support the nominee. trump tweeted, "the republican par committed leaders, not weak people such as jeff flake, if it is going to stop illegal immigration. this comes after the arizona senator once again told c-n-n that he would not vote for trump. (sen. jeff flake/ (r) arizona) it's not comfortable to not support your nominee, but given the positions he's taken and the tone and tenor of his campaign, i simply can't." flake went onto say that trump's "rhetoric is so troubling"... hillary clinton could turn arizona blue in november. the last time a democrat won
what's behind donald trump's rise in politics. he credits the billionaire for his ability to captivate people who feel rejected. (pres. barack obama) "i think if you look at the current polls, he's been able to appeal to a certain group of folks who feel left out, or are worried about the rapidity of demographic change, social change. who in some cases have very legitimate concerns around the economy and feeling left behind. but, that's not the majority of america. and, y people, the next generation of americans, they completely reject it. the kinds of positions that he's taking." the president, who's endorsed hillary clinton, went on to say that he believes that the majority of americans will reject trump in november.
joe biden is campaigning for hillary clinton. we just saw her running mate tim kaine speak. both men will be attending a labor day parade in philadelphia. as we just said clinton herself will be in ohio today. this morning, several native american tribes continue protesting against an oil pipeline being built in north dakota. hundreds have joined the standing rock sioux to protest the pipeline. it's slated to cross the dakotas and iowa to illinois. already destroyed native burial and cultural sites. over the weekend, things turned violent when protestors clashed with security officers. people here in las vegas are joining in on the protests. around a dozen people gathered yesterday afternoon in front of the bellagio fountains to raise awareness about the pipeline. some of those who organized the event had just gotten back from the protests in north dakota and are planning to go back. a devestating earthquake hits the midwest...
people are to blame. we'll tell you why and show you the damage. and a college player with an amazing cancer comeback. grab the kleenex--and prepare to be inspired. grab the kleenex--and prepare to be inspired. greg adlibs weather forecast tease and i'm tracking your roads... we're staying on top of breaking this morning-- a mobile home up in flames parker collins was first to the scene getting us this video of the fire. now he's speaking to a family who's home was damaged by the
picture perfect for the las vegas valley and surrounding areas! high pressure is being supported by dry air within the southwes vegas to keep to sunny skies. however, at the same time, the jet stream dips out of the north and extends into central nevada; pulling in cooler air from alaska! this means high temperatures will be several degrees cooler than our normal value of 98 degrees! expect las vegas to range between 90 and 95 degrees with winds at a mild
west/southwest. mainly sunny skies look to extend clear into the next weekend but high temperatures will slowly increase. mid to upper 90s pop into the valley by tomorrow and hold into wednesday and by thursday upper 90s and low 100s take over once again. by the weekend, we peak with heat! highs look to range between 98 not too hot but, it will be a few degrees above normal for this time of year. right now here's a live look
the fire department says the blaze is now 100-percent contained. the brush fire broke out saturday night and shut down part of the i-15 in the cajon pass. fire officials say it was burning around the same area as the blue cut fire that destroyed hundreds of homes and buildings last month. right now... people in 7 different states are cleaning up from a powerful earthquake that hit the midwest... leaving behind this mess! take a look at these surveillance videos showing the moments the 5-point- 6 magnitude quake hit. to nebraska! 'i see all this and i'm like going oh my gosh - wow i can't believe this' (butted with) "it was pretty scary around here for the kids and everybody they just panicked. they didn't know what to do." here you can see the crumbled buildings and all the aftermath and damage. at least one person was injured. scientists believe the earthquake was man made.. and could be the result of "fracking." the governor of oklahoma is calling for the 35 disposal wells used by the
right now.. rescue efforts are underway right now after a parking structure collapsed on top of workers in israel. here's some video we just got into the newsroom. amazlingly, 15 workers have already been rescued. and at least three others are still trapped undergound. they are said to be speaking with rescuers, who are attempting to dig a tunnel through the rubble to reach them. here at home.. video showing a boat on fire at the riverside casino in laughlin. the viewer who sent this to us says the fire broke out friday afternoon, and fellow boaters jumped into action.. and helped put out the flames until firefighter got there. fortunately -- no one was hurt. no word yet what caused the fire. v colin kaepernick isn't the only professional athlete refusing to stand for the national
rapino took a knee during the anthem last night. she said she did it in support of kaepernick... adding that she didn't think the 49ers quaterback has been treated fairly. rapinoe, who's openly gay, says she's stood with her hand ove her heart for her entire life... and known what it's like to not have her liberties protected. meanwhile... the police union that represents officers patrolling 49ers home games... is threatening a boycott. it claims kaepernick has been about officers... that don't represent the men and women who work the games. sot - colin kaepernick / san francisco 49ers "we have cops that are murdering people? cops in the sfpd that are blatantly racist." the santa clara police chief said he does not support the boycot.... and his number one goal is to keep the games safe. as for kaepernick... he said he wants people to know that he's not anti-police, or anti-american... he just calling for social change. he's even donating 1 million dollars to community groups
and police brutality. there's a new line of gatorade that's catered to the health conscious customer. these new drinks are all organic. "g-organic" comes in strawberry, lemon, and a mixed berry flavor. and it only has seven ingredients, including organic cane sugar and sea salt. the organic gatorade will be available in select stores this fall. it's looking more likely that tim tebow will be playing professional baseball. according to espn, the atlanta braves are interested in signing him to a minor the braves are one of 5 clubs that have spoken with tebow. the former nfl quarterback announced last month that he was pursuing a return to baseball. he hasn't played since he was a junior in high school. :09 "they're rucking and spinning... who is it going to be?" a wild finish to this nascar camping world truck series race. john hunter nemechek forced
250. as you can imagine... that move didn't sit well with custer. after the two drivers were out of their trucks...they went at it. custer tackled nemechek to the ground. they were eventually separated. and nemechek was declared the winner. it's football season... and one college player is now known as the comeback kid. pittsburgh's james conner was diagnosed with cancer last season... and he feared he'd never play the game again. but as abc's john donvan shows us... n and he's picking up right where he left off. when university of pittsburgh football player james conner was first diagnosed with cancer - he feared so much - that he would never play even worse - tt even survive. here's abc's john donvan. script: nats conner running out of the tunnel: "what's up, what's up" number 24 james because everyone knew. they knew what a tough year james connor had just been through. (pet scan image) it started last season ? with this image. "it showed the tumor about
you know, tumors in my neck. it was hodgkins lymphoma ? a a: the fear of not playing again, the fear of dying, fear, fear of chemotherapy, not knowing what to expect, but connor was all in. twelve rounds of chemo ? but never missing a pre-season workout. sot: connor: "i just wanted to be around everyone. i didn't want to fall too far behind." and here's what happened. sot: "conner gets the handoff and here comes the crowd into the game (cheering)." the cancer retreated. it's gone. and that's what everyone knew when h sot: announcer 2: "james conner (cheers) and then he scored ? and then he scored again ? leading his team to victory. sot: "it is a choice. fear is a choice. don't fear nothing." and that -- during this tough year -- was what connor himself knew. john donvan abc news we're following breaking news for you this morning... a mobile home now destroyed after an early morning fire. a mobile home now destroyed
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
ya gum right i was scared i'm running back and forth and she's got cats couldn't find them. it was scary breaking overnight-- a woman rushed to the hospital after a shooting near downtown. metro tells us the victim was found near 15th street and fremont last night around 10-30. she was taken to umc, and we're told she's expected to survive. the shooter is still on the run this morning.
and right now-- a woman is recovering after being hit by a car. this happened just hours ago near desert inn and nellis. you can see the damage on the front of the car. hospital. police believe she will survive. we're told the crash happened several feet from a crosswalk. labor day is setting up to be
areas! high pressure is being supported by dry air within the southwest which allows las vegas to keep to sunny skies. however, at the same time, the jet stream dips out of the degrees cooler than our normal value of 98 degrees! expect las vegas to range between 90 and 95 degrees with winds at a mild 5 to 15 mph out of the west/southwest. thanks for watching good morning las vegas.. do something positive today.. good morni we'll see you back here for action news live at midday..
good morning, america. hermine triggers states of emergency. and dangerous coastal flooding. as life-threatening rip currents from the carolinas to new england keep beaches closed this morning. now the storm is tracking farther east. now, have millions dodged a bullet? breaking right now, high-stakes showdown. president obama meets one-on-one with russia's president vladimir putin, trying to strike a deal on syria to fight isis. the president speaking out from china just moments ago. and nascar superstar dale earnhardt jr. now announcing that he's stepping away from the racetrack. >> i definitely don't belong in a race car today. >> the crash that's put his career on hold, sidelining the two-time daytona 500 winner with another concussion. >> it's earnhardt! >> will he ever get behind the wheel again?