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handcuffs...escaped the detective bureau. no one's found him. 01:54:27 "anyone out there right now that he runs into, even if he's smiling, don't approach him." (those who've encountered him say this video should serve as a reminder to just how prone to violence alonso perez can be. near lake mead and nellis...david schuman..13 action news. well as we start wrapping up labor day... people are headed home and it's creating quite the mess at the state line. this is a live look right now can see a huge backup heading out of town into california. so naturally, we sent 13 action news reporter bryan callahan right into the mess in our livedrive... bryan, how's it looking? we're following a developing story off the western coast of mexico where tropical storm newton has now been upgraded to
day at the beach. abc's elizabeth hur shows us what's happening in atlantic city. nats - "...big waves..." beneath the powerful waves and the surging surf.. dangerous rip currents.. the work of now.. post tropical cyclone.. hermine.. nats - rolling up the eastern seaboard.. with winds gusting up to 70 miles per hour. the threat.. closing many beaches throughout labor day weekend. sot - lifeguard "we're not expecting huge crowds at the beach, but we're prob have a lot of guards by the jetty with the rip currents." nats - out in the atlantic.. rough waters.. even rocking passengers aboard the royal caribbean's anthem of the seas.. bound for bermuda. sot - "eating in the restaurant, dishes going all over the place!" nats - down south.. clean up continuing.. natsot - "we lost a deck!" and residents.. still battling rising waters.. where hermine first made landfall.. one hurricane early friday.
porch." flooding neighborhood after neighborhood from florida to virginia.. tossing trees.. exploding powerlines and turning deadly. sot - "absolutely ferocious!" thousands spent the weekend in florida.. without power.. and officials warn.. the danger isn't over yet. sot - "there's still a lot of water that has to move through our county, and we're not outta the woods yet." elizabeth hur oncam close: ...tbd... eh, abc news, atlantic city. newsroom. new video of an suv that slammed into a wall at a home. this is over near lake mead and revere. metro responded to the scene to make sure everyone was okay.
but there is a good bit of damage to the wall and the suv. new at six.. the third and final vote that could lead to a complete reorganization of the clark county school district is set to happen friday. the proposal would restructure the district and move power from the central administration to individual communities. if it gets final passage.. the plan would take effect at the beginning of next school year. police in bullhead city have arrested a man they say set off se this is philip krikorian junior. police say two weeks ago he detonated an explosive device in an alleyway. a business in the area reported another explosive device was set off a few days prior. now detectives are trying to figure out whether krikorian is connected to a 20-15 pipe bomb explosion that damaged a mobile home. a tip led officers to the suspect. an overnight fire got so big...
before firefighters had even pulled up. only 13 action news reporter parker collins has the video of the giant flames. nat firefighters the flames were huge. the fire shot up through the roof. you could see the black smoke from the highway. terry suddeth, witness 17:28:41-17:28:46 have you seen a fire this bad this close to making everyone nervous... watching the flames creep closer and closer to their own homes. sharon dickinson called 911 17:34:04-17:34:10 "scary up so fast." it took firefighters-- clark county and las vegas fire and rescue working together-- hours to finally get all the flames out. after it was all said and done... pieces of the home were everywhere and you could see straight through some parts. 17:34:38-17:34:42 "i've never seen a fire go that fast it just went boom." standup 19:43:48-19:43:54 the fire burned so hot it buckled some
ronnie cupp, home damaged 17:57:29-17:57:41 we're you scared? ya gum right i was scared i'm running back and forth and she's got cats couldn't find them. it was scary nat water no one was inside when the fire got going. management says a woman lives here, but she stayed somewhere else last night. now... no one is supposed to go near this place... it's too dangerous. near sandhill and charleston parker collins thirteen action news. clark county commissioner has died. the clark county coroner's office confirmed today that thalia dondero died yesterday of heart failure. dondero was 96 years old. las vegas first responders were treated to a labor day lunch from olive garden today. it's was a way to say thank you from the restaurant chain for their dedicated service to the community. this is the 15th consecutive year that more than 800 olive gardens nationwide have
firefighters on labor day. looking ahead -- a regular county commisioners' meeting will be anything but ordinary tomorrow. it will be all about our local olympic champion connor fields. he will be honored for winning a gold medal in bmx racing in rio. that will happen at nine tomorrow morning at commission chambers in the county government building in downtown las vegas. video from inside a school bus has parents fuming. doing is bad enough. but it's not the first time this lady is at the center of some sketchy business. plus.. some terrifying moments for children and their parents when a fair ride malfunctions.. leaving people dangling from their seats. why many people are now calling for tighter regulations. and count on chopper 13 to bring you breaking news fast and first and only on 13 action news. we'll be right back.
i'm catherine cortez masto and i approve this message. four years ago i was diagnosed with breast cancer but early treatment saved my life. so i'm really outraged that joe heck voted ten times
to defund planned parenthood which thousands of nevada women depend on for cancer screenings. congressman heck even threatened to shut down the federal government to eliminate funding for planned parenthood.
it shows the driver pouring water on an 8th grader. witnesses say the driver got mad after the boy accidentally dropped a bottle of water. the driver was also heard saying things like "speak to me in english." the student who took the video says he wanted to prove what he'be his parents for years. police are searching for the gunman who shot a woman 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. police have not said what led to the crime. carnage at a carnival over the weekend... sot - kira parrish / delta fair ride victim "i really thought i was going to die." what happened that left kids
a live look right now at the traffic at the state line in primm where we're seeing a major backup. we'll check back with bryan callahan.. on the road in our live drive.. right after this short break. stay with us. the great las vegas holiday getaway is in f 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.
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, joe heck makes no sense. i've been thinking... this might be the one thing in the world you pull apart to come together. new papa john's cinnamon pull-aparts covered with cinnamon crumble and sweet cream cheese icing.
mostly children.. recovering from two fair accidents in two states over the holiday weekend. sot - kira parrish / delta fair ride victim "i really thought i was going to die." sot - anna jordan / delta fair ride victim "everybody was screaming, crying." this ride at a memphis and some falling from their seats sot - shaun owens / father of delta fair ride victim "my youngest daughter is hurt bad." shaun owen's daughter? with a broken wrist and neck injury? is one of six hospital. this? within just hours of another carnival accident in chicago? sot - (broadcastify) "ems plan one for the multiple injuries at the carnival." where six children were hurt.. hitting their heads when a roller coaster came to a sudden stop. in all.. that's six scares at amusement parks and carnivals in the last month alone.. including the tragic death of a 10-year- old on the world's largest water slide in kansas.. sot - "i've got three kids that fell from the ferris wheel."
on this ferris wheel in greenville tennessee.. somehow got stuck. sot - ken martin / amusement ride analyst and consultant "the majority of the incidents that occur at amusement parks today are human error." for now.. that appears to be the case in this most recent scare in memphis. sot - matt snyder / delta fair director of safety "the ride operator panicked and hit a button that released the safety bars before the ride was actually in the cradle." elizabeth hur, abc news, ny the gap fire continues to grow now reached more than 24 thousand acres. the fire is in the klamath national forest. it forced new evacuations in some areas near happy camp over the weekend. right now officials say the fire is 25 percent contained. more than 18-hundred firefighters are working to put the fire out. tonight...clear. lows 64 to 68 on the west side of the valley...
shifting to the west after midnight. .tuesday...sunny. highs 90 to 94 on the west side of the valley... 93 to 97 on the east side. winds generally light becoming east up to 10 mph in the afternoon. .tuesday night...mostly clear. lows 68 to 72 on the west side of the valley...70 to 75 on the south winds up to 10 mph shifting to the southwest after midnight. .wednesday...sunny. highs 91 to 95 on the west side of the valley...94 to 98 on the east side. winds generally light becoming southeast up to 10 mph in the afternoon. .wednesday night...mostly clear.
east side. south winds up to 10 mph. .thursday through monday...mostly clear. highs 96 to 99. lows 75 to 78. (bryan back to desk) to 10 mph shifting to the west afte .tuesday...sunny. highs 90 to 94 on the west side of the valley... 93 to 97 on the east side. winds generally light becoming east up to 10 mph in the afternoon. .tuesday night...mostly clear. lows 68 to 72 on the west side of the valley...70 to 75 on the east side. south winds up to 10 mph
midnight. .wednesday...sunny. highs 91 to 95 on the west side of the valley...94 to 98 on the east side. winds generally light becoming southeast up to 10 mph in the afternoon. .wednesday night...mostly clear. lows 70 to 74 on the west side of the valley...73 to 78 on the east side. south winds find out what he did with his children in the car that has him thankful things didn't turn out a lot worse. plus - experts are getting closer to figuring out what could have caused the quake
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. door, but the door was locked and the guy took off." 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. damage in parts of oklahoma is still being cleaned up after this weekend's record-tying 5.6 magnitude earthquake. some scientists believe it
called "fracking." todd walker has the latest from the epicenter. --todd live/looklive-- fracking uses highly pressured water shot into the ground to help extract oil or natural gas from rock.. it has been scientifically linked to earthquakes.. and the state of oklahoma says any fracking wells within 725 square miles of the epicenter be shut down indefinitely.. earthquake tied the strongest on record in oklahoma.. damage with cracks in the walls.. and sparking two fires on his much you can do getting upset and crying over it doesn't do any good it's frustrating :44 fracking has been linked to increased earthquakes across the plains since 2009.. the blue dots on this map from the u- s-g-s represent all the earthquakes in the central u-s from 1973 to 2008.. s-g-s represent all the earthquakes in the central u-s
of them. the red dots represent earthquakes just from 2009 to january of this.. more than 23-hundred.. just in the last 7 years. --todd live/looklive=-- the state of oklahoma started restricting the number of these wells in hopes of reducing earthquakes.. now 37 of the closest wells to the epicen within 10 days.. they can't do it immediately because scientists warn that could trigger more earthquakes.. live in pawnee, oklahoma.. todd walker for the now. the presidential candidates aren't taking labor day off. next on 13 action news live at 6:30.. they're taking the race for the white house to ohio.. and to the airwaves.
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.
east up to 10 mph in the afternoon. some major traffic headaches beginning tomorrow... the west after midnight. .tuesday...sunny. highs 90 to 94 on the west side of the valley... 93 to 97 on the east side. winds generally light becoming east up to 10 mph in the afternoon. the west after midnight. .tuesday...sunny. highs 90 to 94 on the west side of the valley... 93 to 97 on the east side. winds generally light becoming east up to 10 mph in the afternoon. some major traffic headaches beginning tomorrow... here's a look at that as well the west after midnight.