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police custody after a valley-wide search. 13 action news reporter parker collins is following this major development. he's live near charleston and palm with more on how police tracked this guy down. every police department in the valley was looking for alonso perez. they found him hiding out right back here. it was all done undercover and metro says perez was taken into hurt. perez was originally arrested friday morning for the august 27th murder of mohammed robinson. detectives took perez back to the north las vegas police detectives bureau where they say he twisted and broke out of his handcuffs. he then slipped out of the office before officers say he stole a truck. officers weren't taking any chances when it came to perez... saying they took him straight
be gang related. neighbors we talked to say the area has gotten so bad..they see police around every night. details - vo we're uncovering chilling details about a murder-suicide in henderson. police tell us the wife was trying to get away from the shooter. she was in the process of moving out of her anthem highlands home. but, when she went back to the home to get some of her stuff, her husband killed her before turning the gun on himself. the woman leaves behind 2 children, ages 14 and 9. her identity hasn't been it's been 4-months since 55- year-old clay stampley was killed in a hit-and-run crash at a north las vegas intersection. the suspect is still out there..but stampley's family has an idea of where he could be. ""i guess they have no worries in their life huh. they can kill people and not lose no sleep or anything" qaadir issam amin is at the center of this investigation. stampley's family says his
back in may, amin posted a selfie to his page shortly after the crash showing his injuries. police say amin ran a red light before crashing into stampley's truck, instantly killing him. veronica dillard "these people are out celebrating and enjoying life while we are still dealing with a lost one. so it's really heart breaking for us to see those kinds of things" screenshots from the suspect's facebook post have been forwarded to police..and they're currently breaking right now...u-s coast guard crews are searching for a woman who reportedly fell off the carnival ecstasy cruis ship! the coast guard tweeted this out saying they're searching 27 miles southwest of the bahamas right now. they say the woman is 32-years- old time now is x:xx --- thousands of students out thousands of dollars after itt
stick around, because we're going to help you get your money back. greg adlibs weather forecast tease and im' tracking your roads... a 13 action news update.. you may remember this swarm of bees. 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 --
but risking our retirement in the stock market, cutting benefits, putting wall street ahead of us. congressman heck -- what's wrong with washington.
dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising. danny tarkanian's carrying a lot of baggage. as a real-estate developer, tarkanian was penalized for failing to pay thousands in property taxes. tarkanian was ordered by a judge to repay $17 million
carnival ecstasy cruiseship! the coast guard says the 32-year-old fell overboardaround 2:30 this morning from the 11th deck. the coast guard is searching with a helicopter...airplane and boats. the carnival ecstasy's last port was in nassau bahamas yesterday. charleston south carolina tomorrow. a 13 action news update.. you may remember this swarm of bees. they set up shop at an apartment complex near boulder highway and russell over the labor day weekend. we'll this morning, they're gone. apartment managers called a pest control company to take care of the problem yesterday. over the weekend, thousands of bees invaded the vargas
yesterday? a much different picture. the bess are now dead. ben vargas, who lives at the home, says he's very relieved. i-t-t technical institutes around the country have closed their doors and the fallout is only beginning. the closure is leaving some students with a bill and nothing to show for it. we talked with students from right here in the valley, who are now left feeling hopeless. 22:55:58-22:56:00 "it kind of feels like you were in a relationship and you just get 20:40:23-20:40:29 "i was just sticking around to see if they would open up at nine but apparently that's useless now." the department of education says the shutdown is a way to protect students and taxpayers. if you're a student and want information on how to discharge your loans, visit the "links" section on our website, ktnv dot com. time now is x:xx --- coming up it's easy for our teens to disguise what's in their food.
city heat will range between 98 and 103 during this time but should not exceed 103 degrees. 35 mph. as we move into the next work week, a dry front passes through bring temperatures back down into the low and mid 90s and potentially the upper 80s! as for tropical storm newton, it's current stats are 70mph sustained winds with gusts between 90 and 100 mph. southern arizona, including tucson has been getting rain ever since! flooding, loss of power, down power lines and trees will be a major concern for everyone living within southern arizona as a whole. the rain should continue
for kids to get marijuana. state senators tick segerblom and patricia farley say their plan includes a ban on certain edible marijuana products currently sold a medicial marijuana stores valleywide. "like gummy bears, or certain kinds of candy that children want to have medical marijuana edible look the same so they would think oh this is just a candy i saw on tv. farley is neutral on legalizing recreational marijuana. but believes it's important for tight regulations to avoid accidental use. "i am more about providing education and making sure that parents and children, to be honest with you, know that it's still a controlled substance,
unless it's medically provided and medically dosed." the proposed law would also affect recreational pot if nevadans vote in favor of decriminalizing marijuana in november. another edorsement announced this morning for hillary clinton. starbucks ceo howard schultz says he hopes clinton will be elected president. schultz is one of the country's most politically outspoken chief executives, but until now he had not taken sides in the 2016 race. also this m another big endorsement from "the dallas morning news." hillary clinton is the paper's first democratic presidential pick in more than 75 years! - vo it's your voice, your vote in the presidential race. both candidates are focusing in on key battle ground states..as we narrow in on the final strech to election day. abc news anchor david muir put both hillary clinton and donald trump on the spot in back to back interviews. muir pressing the democratic nominee about the clinton foundation. clinton: let's talk about the trump foundation, has just
clinton foundation has just been judged by an independent watchdog called the charity navigator to have the highest score meanwhile, trump answered questions about his immigration policy, emphasizing a key component of his plan. trump: what's going to happen is if you're going to be a citizen, you're going to leave and you're going to have to come back // both candidates will face off again later tonight, appearing focused on national security and veterans. we just got a new poll into our newsroom.... and it show donald trump will have some convincing to do... when it comes to the wall he wants to build. right now... 6 out of 10 likley voters oppose building the wall along the u.s.-mexico border. pollsters also found that most americans are skeptical that trump can actually get mexico to pay for the wall. time now is x:xx --- up next time now is x:xx --- up next greg's watching hurricane
morning. at last check the hurricane had been downgraded...but not before claiming lives in mexico. we have the latest images. we also have some big developing news about colin kaepernick. he's taken a seat during the national anthem...and now we're learning he may want to get comfortable. and chopper 13 fast and first to breaking news this morning.. heading to charleston and decatur..there's been a robbery reported over there. right now, trop danny tarkanian's carrying a lot of baggage. as a real-estate developer, tarkanian was penalized for failing to pay thousands in property taxes. tarkanian was ordered by a judge to repay $17 million in a failed development scheme.
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dangerous rains to arizona. the storm swept through the gulf of california after slamming baja california as a hurricane. this is a look at video from mexico. the storm already being blamed for 3 deaths. the mid and upper levels, mainly sunny skies will from tropical storm newton will las vegas and north of the city degrees with mild winds out of but just barely and hold there into sunday. city heat will range between 98 and 103 during this time but through bring temperatures back down into the low and mid 90s power, down power lines and
the mid and mainly sunny skies will continue through the southern nevada area until about searchlight. just to the south, moisture from tropical storm newton will push in and allow for cloudy skies within searchlight and possible showers to the afternoon highs within the city will range between 97 and 102 degrees with mild winds out of the east/southeast. by tomorrow, high temperatures will break into the triple digits for central las vegas but just barely and hold there into sunday. city heat will range between 98 and 103 during this time but should not exceed 103 degrees. by sunday though, winds will
occasional gust between 25 and down into the low and mid 90s mainland late last night and through thursday afternoon! a major development in the manhunt for a murder suspect. after slipping out of custody. now the question is what are police doing to make sure he doesn't escape again.. 13 action news reporter parker collins joins us from charleston and palm. parker, how did police find perez? every police department in the
they found him hiding out right back here. it was all done undercover and metro says perez was taken into custody without anyone getting hurt. perez was originally arrested friday morning for the august 27th murder of mohammed robinson. detectives took perez back to the north las vegas police office before officers say he stole a truck. to jail. they say officers will be paying extra attention to him because he is an escape risk. reporting live parker collins thirteen action news. overnight..a fire breaks out at an apartment complex. it's left 20 people with a place to stay this morning. 13 action news reporter marissa kynaston is live near serene and las vegas boulevard with a look at the damage. adlibs adlibs adlbs
merchandise. if you recognize the suspect or have information, call police. a valley mother is relievedto have her son at home safe and was scared to death when got the phone call. brandi vanetta says her son, "pepe" and a friend were walking to a walmart near pecos and tropicana last saturday night. that's when a man driving a white hatchback sped up to them and grabbed one of the teens. 53454 he told me to get on my knees.and when i got on my on the right side of my face 53500 it gets even worse. pepe says the man claimed to have a gun, then hit him with a crowbar, knocking him unconcious. the suspect took off with his watch, and made him take off his shoes and pants. pepe says a man and woman were video taping the attack. meanwhile, a nevada highway patrol trooper is recovering after being hit by a car in pahrump. nhp says the trooper was on his motorcycle yesterday morning
away from the sidewalk. the deputy was flown to u-m-c. nhp says his injuries are serious, but he's expect to survive. hospital - vo in national news.. the last remaining patient from the pulse nightclub shooting in orlando has been released from the hospital. the orlando regional medical center says the patient was released yesterday. they've treated 35 patients from the shooting and completed 76 operations. last month, 2 hospitals announced they will not bill the survivors for any out-of-pocket medical expenses. been nearly 2-months since 3 officers were killed in a shooting rampage. but now, one of their grieving widows has learned her husband left behind a very special gift. "i just wanted to let the world know about our gift that mike left behind when he left us. and what is that gift?//we are expecting." dechia gerald is the wife of officer mike gerald.
lone gunman back in july. dechia says a couple weeks after she laid her husband to rest, she found out she was pregant. she suspects the baby was concieved just five days before officer gerald was killed. "did i ever think that we are going to have his time cut short..no did i want to be a widow at 38 years old no "...there is no better gift that a husband can leave behind than a child. a gift from god. there is no better gift than the couple already has 2 daughters. dechia says she's hoping for a carbon copy of her husband..and has faith he's helping guide her through life. time now is x:xx --- up next dozens of students from war- torn regions are now calling southern nevada home...and c-c-s-d is working to make their transition easier. greg adlibs weather forecast tease
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, 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.
where we've witnessed them handcuff two people. this might be connected to a string of robberies overnight... in the same area. metro tells us the robbers got away with money at two different establishments and and left empty handed at two places. even more scary... police say the robbers shot at a clerk at an a-m / in this area...
the mid and upper levels, the mid and upper levels, mainly sunny skies will from tropical storm newton will push in and allow for cloudy skies within searchlight and possible showers to the laughlin area. las vegas and north of the city will keep to sunny skies while temperatures begin to climb. afternoon highs within the city will range between 97 and 102 degrees with mild winds out of the east/southeast. by tomorrow, high temperatures
digits for central las vegas but just barely and hold there into sunday. city heat will range between 98 and 103 during this time but should not exceed 103 degrees. by sunday though, winds will pick up and a 10-20 mph wind will be common along with an occasional gust between 25 and 35 mph. as we move into the next work week, a dry front passes through bring temperatures back down into the low and mid 90s and potentially the upper 80s! as for tropical stats are 70mph sustained winds with gusts between 90 and 100 mph. it is still moving fast at 17 mph towards the north. made landfall on mexico's mainland late last night and southern arizona, including tucson has been getting rain ever since! flooding, loss of power, down power
danny heinrich has confessed to sexually assaulting and murdering 11- year-old jacob wetterling back in 19-89. heinrich had already been arrested for child pornography when he led police to jacob's remains last week. jacob's mother spoke out yesterday remembering her son. he's taught us all how to live, how to love, how to be fair, how to be kind "for us jacob was alive, until we found, until we found him, won't be charged with the boy's death. but the 53-year-old could serve up to 20 years in prison for the child pornography charges. sentencing has been set for november 21st. a court date has been set for bill cosby. the actor will stand trial in june of next year for his ongoing felony sexual assault case. cosby's lawyers are claiming he's the victim of racial bias
tried in the court of public opinion. prosectuors hope to have 13 of cosby's accusers testify. the comedian faces charges of drugging and sexually assaulting a former temple university employee, andrea constand. after 6 long months in space, 3 internationl space station crew members are back on earth. american commander jeff williams along with 2 russian cosmonauts landed in kazakhstan last night. you can see the landin video. williams broke the record for spending the most cumulative time in space--a total of 5-hundred-34 days. the crew has been busy conducting hundreds of science experiments during their stay. dozens of refugees from all over africa are now part of c-c-s-d. but many are learning english for the first time. 15:02:38 04 racheal uwimana translator "imagine what it means to take you to africa and no one is speaking english
through that experience at snyder elementary. teachers are using google translate and flash cards to help with the communication. and through hard work, the students are catching on. ccsd noticed they are happier and further along in their education compared to kids elsewhere in the district. district officials are planning to use snyder elementary as the example. right now... excitement is building ahead of today's anticpated iphone 7 launch. and we are just now learni expected to have. no more headphone jack.... that's the biggest reported change... which means a lot of people will have to buy new headphones.... to fit the lightning connector. tech insiders also say the phone will have a dual lense camera and a colored flash flight. we're in the final weeks of summer..
dominated the charts. it's topping our stories now trending. 0:41-0:44 nats of song drake ruled the summer! spotify says the most-listened to track between june first and august 31st was "one dance" by drake featuring wiz-hid and kyla. second place on the global you came for" by strip headliner calvin harris and rihanna. and (see-uh) took third with cheap thrills. we're following a lot of breaking news for you this morning... we have an update on those robberies we've been telling you about this morning.. robberies we've been telling you about this morning.. we'll have that after the
rapists... you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes... blood coming out of her...wherever [pledge continues in background] you gotta see this guy; "oh, i don't know what i said. ah, i don't remember." i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters... get him the hell out of here... get him out of here! get out!
detained near charleston and decatur... police say they were not connected to robberies in this same area. metro tells us the robbers got away with money at two different establishments and and left empty handed at two places. even more scary... police say the robbers shot at a clerk at an a-m / in this
good morning, america. donald trump and hillary clinton on attack. >> the secret is he has no plan. >> putin looks at her and he laughs, okay. >> trading sharp jabs over her e-mail, his taxes and isis. a war of words even before the debate. tropical storm alert. newton slamming mexico now heading for arizona on its way to making history, as the southwest and the midwest brace for dangerous rain and flash floods. fox news fallout. former anchor gretchen carlson gets $20 million in a massive settlement after those bombshell sexual harassment allegations against ex-chief roger ailes. the secret recordings that could be behind the deal and why is another top star leaving unexpectedly. and get ready to dance from olympic champs to a former presidential candidate and the