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away by some thieves...and now why it means so much to him. and a woman is fighting for her life...and a man is behind bars after a bad crash. the details we're learning overnight. but first -- taking a live look at walter johnson junior high where parents and kids can start dropping off their belongings to be tested for mercury until 8 p-m today. this morning we are also the u-s environmental protection agency says... they've cleared all classrooms and 7 school buses. clark county school officials now admitting... the mercury may have been sitting in the building longer than they first reported. a student tells 13 action news... he first came in contact with the highly poisonous liquid on tuesday.
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i thought it was a rock and i tried to touch it and it just swooped away." butt to as we go forward-we're trying whole school...and re-open on monday. again -- a live look at the school right now where kids and parents are spending their morning testing their belongings for mercury. testing is taking place today and tomorrow from eight a-m until eight p-m. good morning las vegas. first alert meteorologist dan bronis dan -- we've been seeing nice and "cooler" temps latetely...how is it looking for a weekend? ((ad-lib)) saturday will be quite calm and clear around southern nevada. highs will be above the normal with las vegas just being above the century mark. sunshine will be around for all outdoor activities so lather on the sunscreen and drink that
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by the end of the weekend a weak low will have moved onto shore around san diego and travel up the coast. las vegas will not expect chances for rain or even heavy clouds but winds will begin to temperatures for monday will be around 95 degrees with local areas in the upper 80s by tuesday lasting clear into thursday! right now -- a woman is fighting for here life...after driver causes a series of crashes near charleston and marland parkway. metro telling us... a dodge magnum crashed into another car near the intersection. the magnum started driving away -- running a red light...hitting a pedestrian and eventually crashing into a mustang. the passenger in the magnum...is in critical condition. . police say... the driver fought with
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being booked on d-u-i and felony charges. the driver of the mustang got away with moderate injuries. metro is investigating a violent fight outside a gas station on blue diamond road and valley view road. police say several men were the victim is expected to be okay. one person is dead and a killer is on the run . a man was shot yesterday morning at an apartment complex we're told the victim was taken to u-m-c trauma... but died a short time later. no word on what led up to the homicide... metro tells us they have yet to find the suspect. it's official. the clark county school district is being re-organized. here are some quick facts to explain what it means for parents. individual schools will have control over budgeting.. staffing and instruction decisions. every school will create its
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teachers.. support staff and parents from that school and.. 80 percent of the education budget goes directly to schools.. with 20- percent going to central administration. the re-organization could look very different at each school-- that's because your child's principal will gain more control. each school will essentially become... its own district. meaning school leaders will have a lot more to say... over what happens with your child....at their particular school. we tal they thought when it comes to the changes. 07.22.58 i dont think they should make it so many districts 23.00 i think they should cut it down maybe but not as many districts as theyre talking 04 ts the principals will still be under the supervision of the superintendent... and several assistant superintendents ...who will make sure everything runs smoothly. it has been 5 years since 15-year-old alyssa otremba was brutally murdered.... and her family still doesn't
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overwhelming support from arbor view high school students. at the football game... a moment of silence was held in honor of alyssa...while bandmembers wore a green ribbons in her memory the 15-year-old was tortured and killed on september 2nd, 2011... while walking home from a friend's house. her mother says this year has been especially hard... because the anniversary of her death came right before they learned...the trial of the accused killer was delayed again. heart... it really means a lot." the trial for javier righetti was delayed for a mental evaluation. nats of crowd chanting dozens in our local native
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bellagio fountains to protest the proposed construction.... of an oil pipeline in north dakota. organizers say the pipeline ...could possibly contaminate the water and would be built on sacred native american land "over the weekend.... their heritage being plowed over." yesterday... the obama administration temporarily blocked construction on part of the pipeline. the government acknowledged complaints from the standing rock tribal nation...and said their concerns had not been fully heard new this morning -- a north carolina police officer is in critical condition after being shot overnight. detectives say the officer was looking for a suspect ... wanted on outstanding warrants....that's when other
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stable but critical this morning...the search is on for whoever stole a man's furry animal suit ...from a henderson storage facility. the man says it costs 26-hundred dollars. but it's just about the money, steven ) feasel... lost a lot when the storage unit was burglarized... but his furry suit is what meant the most to him. as a way to be someone else for a while. 04:04:32 "we just see it as a comfort zone because a lot of us are shy." butt with 04:11:04 "feeling free basically, away from the whole human thing." other units were broken into as well. the victims say replacement locks were put on the doors so everything appeared normal. the facility manager referred us to their corporate office. our calls weren't returned. right now -- millions are on
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...fiasco. the company now issuing a recall...as one airline takes new measures to make sure the faulty phones are not brought on planes! and -- as the nation prepares to mark the 15th anniversary of the 9-11 attacks... the mystery on a famous flag is finally solved ...after all these years.
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smartphone to immediately power them down -- stop charging them -- and don't use them ever again. this all comes ...after at least 35 people reported the phone catching fire and exploding. the f-a-a has also warned owners of galazy note 7 to not
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this morning -- american airlines will broadcast warnings about the phone at airports 108 col. stephen ganyard, usmc (ret.) / dep. asst. secretary of state this is a serious thing. you put something that creates fire and noxious fumes on an airplane? that's about as dangerous as it gets. samsung did issue a voluntary recall. they told customers to bring in their phones for an exchange of a different model. saturday will be quite calm and clear around highs will be above the normal with las vegas just being above the century mark. sunshine will be around for all outdoor activities so lather on the sunscreen and drink that water as it will be very dry outside. by the end of the weekend a
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diego and travel up the coast. las vegas will not expect chances for rain or even heavy clouds but winds will begin to whip up sunday afternoon and become gusty for monday. as this c will fall dramatically! high temperatures for monday will be around 95 degrees with local areas in the upper 80s by tuesday
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saturday will be quite calm and clear around southern nevada. highs will be above the normal with las vegas just being above the century mark. sunshine will be around for all outdoor activities so lather on the sunscreen and drink that outside. by the end of the weekend a weak low will have moved onto shore around san diego and travel up the coast. las vegas will not expect chances for rain or even heavy clouds but winds will begin to temperatures for monday will be around 95 degrees with local areas in the upper 80s by tuesday lasting clear into thursday! ((ad-lib at desk)) dozens of local chefs are
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goal in mind! raising awareness about healthy eating choices! when good morning las vegas returns our guests will join us live to tell you about the event and how you can be a part of it! you're watching 13 action news, where you get breaking news
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coming together with the american heart association... to raise awareness for heart health... joining me now is chef carla pellegrino and dr. jerry routh. flavors of the heart. why is it so important for parents to stress to kids about heart health? parents r leading by example. what are some other heart healthy tips and snack ideas for teens and kids...especially now that school is back in session? how important is it to start these healthy habits now? what difference can this make for long term heart health? flavors of the heart is
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world market las vegas impossible. that's why celebrity chefs are coming together with the american heart association... to raise awareness for heart health... pellegrino and dr. jerry routh. flavors of the heart. why is it so important for parents to stress to kids
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important, leading by example. what are some other heart healthy tips and snack ideas for teens and kids...especially now that school is back in session? how important is it to start these healthy habits now? what difference can this make for long term heart health? happening saturday september 17 between 7 p-m to 10 p-m..at world market las vegas still to come on good morning
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between 7 p-m to 10 p-m..at world market las vegas still to come on good morning las vegas. an incredible story of that famous flag hoisted by first into the rubble of ground zero. it's been lost all this time...and now finally found. tomorrow marks the 15th anniversary of the deadliest terror attack on u.s.
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over 20,000 nevadans rely on planned parenthood for access to basic health services and critical cancer screenings. but congressman heck voted to defund planned parenthood and was willing to shut down the government over it. heck opposed roe v. wade and voted to criminalize abortion. congressman heck is what's wrong with washington.
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hoisted by first responders into the rubble of ground zero. the flag's fate had been a mystery for 15 years! abc's david muir has the remarkable story of how it was found and returned to a museum. we will never forget - our first trip to the 9/11 museum-just before it opened. the stairs many of the survivors used to run to
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hundreds of people used this staircase as an escape route on 9/11 when the attacks took place. so many reminders. the firetruck-big red-driven by captain patty brown --- nats--- he and ten of his men? lost that day. a clock frozen at 9:36... but missing from the museum-that famous flag. raised among the rubble by three new york city firefighters...the flag was and for 15 years, its whereabouts...a mystery. nat from history channel: "we need your help to find this icon of history." it was this episode from"lost history" that sparked interest in a flag that a retired marine had dropped off at a first station in everett, washington. nat scientist: "all the components that i saw in dust samples from the first building going down, the second building
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after months of forensic investigation? the flag was on its way to new york. and tonight, it now sits inside the 9/11 museum. sot joe daniels, national 9/11memorial and museum president: "this newest of artifacts is certainly one of the most, emotionally and historically powerful." a flag finally home. that was david muir reporting for us. right now -- police in new york city are stepping up their security efforts live look at new york city sniffing dogs, radiation detectors, and counter terrorism units. even though there's no credible threat police say that terrorists usually like to take advantage of these important anniversaries... that is why they are on high alert. a dramatic and fiery rescue caught on camera you can see officers putting their lives at risk to save the family of five....but they suddenly realize the crash is worse than they knew. then -- 031 he pointed the gun at my
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everything. a henderson woman robbed at gunpoint with her child inside the car a warning she has for
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an urgent warning for local
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child in the car! then -- a breakthrough in the cold case of a california woman missing for two decades. and in politics-- candidates continue trading barbs...but are taking a break in honor of the 9-11 anniversary. 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)) saturday will be quite calm and highs will be above the normal with las vegas just being above the century mark. sunshine will be around for all outdoor activities so lather on the sunscreen and drink that water as it will be very dry outside. by the end of the weekend a weak low will have moved onto shore around san diego and travel up the coast. las vegas will not expect chances for rain or even heavy clouds but winds will begin to whip up sunday afternoon and become gusty for monday. as this occurs, temperatures will fall dramatically! high
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areas in the upper 80s by tuesday lasting clear into thursday! 036 every day that goes by....044 television show it's your voice your vote in the race for president. hillary clinton was off the campaign trail yesterday -- with foreign policy experts... meanwhile -- donald trump is taking more heat for praising russian president vladimir putin. first it was his comments during an nbc forum... 051 he's been a leader. far more than our president has been a leader. trump then appeared on a government-backed news station in russia.
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on pause...and will even stop airing ads...in honor of the 9-11 anniversary. and democratic presidential nominee hillary clinton will return to las vegas next week. her campaign tells 13 action news she'll be here next wednesday to talk about her plan to improve the nation's economy. no word yet on exactly when.. or where she'll appear. "i've just never experienced anything like that in my life, i've never been so terrified." only on 13 action news ... gunpoint... and right now.. police are after the person who did it! the woman asked that we not use her name because she's afraid. she says.... she had just withdrawn money at the wells fargo near 95 and horizon ridge tuesday evening. then she went to nearby mission hills park. that's when she heard a tap on her window. "looked up and it was a man standing there with a gun, tapping on the window." "he pointed the gun at my
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everything." she says she believes the man was following her. she is warning other women to be vigilent at all times and if you think someome is following you go to the police station right away. the thief took off with cash and her wedding ring. police have not released a description of the suspect. this morning a new clue in a case of a california woman missing for 20 years now. investigators say they have recovered several items of connected to kristin smart. smart's family is anxious as ever for closure sot lindsey smart stewart/sister: this has definitely been tough...we don't have closure./if someone out there knwos what happened, i's love to have them just be in my shoes. detectives say paul flores was the last person seen with kristin, but has denied any involvement -- and was never charged. no physical evidence ever tied flores to kristen. but he remains a person of interest in the case.
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excavated and see if there's any connection to smart. v nine california students are recovering this morning after a car slammed into a college campus. it happened yesterday in fairfield. police say a staffer of community college suffered a medical emergency behind a wheel and crashed into a portable classroom. eight students had minor injuries but one was pinned in her desk after the crash. the driver was also taken to the hospital. fiery crash - v a new dramati camera this morning. you can see maryland law enforcement officers rescuing a family of five after a fiery car crash! one of the officers is seen usung the fire extinguishers, trying to put out the flames....while his partner tries dragging an injured man away. but the then realize it was all much worse then they thought.... 036 officer lamar hamilton, charles co. sheriff's office) "i start
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the car." butt to 027 (officer justin bottorf, charles co. sheriff's office) "i didn't think. you grab em and you get them as everyone in the car survived and the injured have been released from the hospital. a clerk in clinton, connecticut is recovering after a car smashed into his store. the impact sent shelves flying... but more importantly, it sent the clerk flying as well. the impact as he is tossed among the debris. miraculously, he has no broken bones. the driver was charged with reckless driving. v a major blow for brendan dassey-- one of the subject's from the popular netflix series "making a murderer" wisconsin prosecutors have appealed his overturned conviction dassey had been accused of helping his uncle- steve avery- kill a woman, but in august... a judge ruled that
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he was ordered to be freed within 90 days.... unless prosecutors appealed or decided to retry him. the 26-year-old will know stay behind bars. -7- california officers will be charged in connection with a sex scandal. five are from the oakland police department, one from livermore police, and a contra costa county deputy. all are believed to have been involved with a former prostitute who says she slept with multiple officers when she this morning -- an abc news exclusive. elizabeth vargas opening up about an addiction that nearly took her life... 301 i would die for my children. but i couldn't stop drinking for my children. coming up -- she sits down with diane sawyer to share her story hoping to inspire others battling the same addiction. then later -- a california woman working to break a world record and help a good
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anyone who can haul it away. (jim schiler/owner, diner at tannersville) "i just think it's a shame to demolish something that you know, maybe somebody, some young couple wants to starts a business and this could be their start." the diner's current owners say they hope whoever takes it will keep it local and operating. tiburon - v right now -- a california woman is swimming to become the first person to swim 93 miles non-stop... along the sacramento river... kim chambers hit the water in the capital city just after she hopes to swim the next 45 hours straight...to tiburon. in order to make the record books, chambers has to wear a regular swimsuit and cannot have any physical contact with her support crew. she's also raising money for a charity that assists veterans and members of the military living with p-t-s-d. you can now play pokemon go without having to stare at your phone. nintendo and the pokemon company are releasing pokemon go plus.
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countries september 16. pokemon go plus looks like a watch and connects to a smartphone via bluetooth. the announcement didn't mention the price of the device in the u.s. saturday will be quite calm and clear around southern nevada. highs will be above the normal with las vegas just being above the century mark. sunshine will be around for all outdoor activities so lather on the sunscreen and drink that water as it will be very dry by the end of the weekend a weak low will have moved onto shore around san diego and travel up the coast. las vegas will not expect
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even heavy clouds but winds will begin to whip up sunday afternoon and become gusty for monday. as this occurs, temperatures will fall dramatically! high temperatures for monday will be around 95 degrees with local areas in the upper 80s by tuesday lasting clear into thursday! saturday will be quite calm and clear around southern nevada.
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be above the normal with las vegas just being above the century mark. sunshine will be around for all outdoor activities so lather on the sunscreen and drink that water as it will be very dry outside. by the end of the weekend a weak low will have moved onto shore around san diego and las vegas will not expect chances for rain or even heavy clouds but winds will begin to whip up sunday afternoon and around 95 degrees with local areas in the upper 80s by tuesday lasting clear into thursday! ((ad-lib at desk)) a new video this morning of
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camp jolie is the united nations refugee agency's special envoy. the actress called on world leaders gathering in new york later this month to put the "root causes of the syrian conflict and what it will take to end it" now to an abc news exclusive. a world-renowned anchor elizabeth vargas revealing her very personal battle. she's opening up to diane sawyer about her struggle with secret double-life at work and at home with her family. abc's david muir has this exclusive and emotional interview. nats on television she is the picture of calm, nats traveling the world as an anchor and reporter nats for some of those years, elizabeth was secretly battling a life threatening addiction off camera. elizabeth vargas: there are days when you wake up and you feel so horrible that the only thing that will make you feel
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death spin, you know? that's when you're-- that's when people die. that's when people die. diane sawyer: how close did you come to dying? elizabeth vargas: i-- on one occasion had what i know to be a lethal level of alcohol in my blood system // and-- even that didn't scare me into stopping. can you believe it? even that // haunted by crushing insecurity and anxiey says a glass or two of wine helped fueled by that anxiety over the years became a dangerous addiction. there are millions of men and women battling this across the country. and this statistic, more that 60% of women who have a problem with alcohol also struggle with anxiety. to watch elizabeth anchor live tv, in moments of crisis... you'd have no idea she was
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elizabeth vargas: if you watch carefully at the beginning of every newscast, i-- you-- you will see me lean in. and i grip the desk with my right hand. and on my left hand, which i'm holding my pen, i'm taking my engagement ring. and i'm digging the edge // into my thumb. diane sawyer: why did you go in this business if it was going to torment you like that? elizabeth vargas: i loved it. i still love it. // i love telling people's stories. diane sawyer: peop at you and say 'youre so lucky. really.' elizabeth vargas: i am lucky // it's easy to say that on the outside looking in. and first of all, yes, i am -there's -i-you know, i am so lucky to have my two amazing children and to have this amazing job // it doesnt matter how much you have, it doesnt matter.// it leveled me// and elizabeth remembers a moment on vacation with the boys. the sun was out. the boys were up. and she was in bed. elizabeth vargas: i was drinking and sleeping.
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standing by that-- my head in the bed saying, "mommy, when are you gonna get up?" and i remember i could smell the sunscreen and i could feel the heat from his little body-- 'cause he'd just come in from the beach. and-- i would die for my children, diane. i wouldn't give a nanosecond's worth of thought to die for my children. to kill for my children. but i would die for my children. but i couldn't stop drinking for my children. // i dont know if i will ever forgive myself for hurting them with my drinking ever. if you or someone you know are going through the same issue -- you can get help with the
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visit their website at niaaa dot nih dot gov. we'll be back with today's top stories and a final check of your first alert forecast. you're watching 13 action news, where you get breaking news fast and first.
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scare at a local school. clark county school officials now admitting... the mercury may hav walter john high longer than they first reported. students say they first reported mercury on tuesday...but the school only acted on wednesday, right now mercury testing is happening at the school -- and will continue until 8-pm. a woman is fighting for here life...after a drunk driver causes a series of crashes near charleston and marland parkway. police say a car crashed into another vehicle near the intersection.
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responders before being hospitalized...and eventually booked on d-u-i and felony charges. one person is dead and a killer is on the run . a man was shot yesterday morning at an apartment complex near desert inn and maryland. we're told the victim was taken to u-m-c trauma... but died a short time later. no word on what led up to the homicide.. ((ad-lib)) thanks for joining us this mornin online at ktnv dot com and our
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>> welcome to the morning blend extra. i'm sean tempesta. so you have old, what you think
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well, you can declutter your home and get top value for that junk. sounds good, right? back with more is gia graduate gemologist, neil sackmary with nevada coin mart. it's great having you back, neil. >> great to be here on a saturday, sean. >> of course. >> great day to sell. >> it is a great day. you know, every day is a great day to sell. >> i know. i agree with you 100%. i say it each time we come on and it's very exciting. >> well, let's talk about it. you help a lot of people to downsize all that junk and the stuff they have laying around their house and get not only just downsize, it sounds like you're tossing it out, you're getting top lu >> absolutely, 100%. you know, we don't have a lot of time, but we got a lot of stuff to go over. the first thing is this. nevada coin mart is the only place in las vegas that will sit and go through your items. if you're downsizing or decluttering, take the time, come in and see me. i'm there 365 days a year from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. every single day. i am talking to you, so when you're sitting there right now watching, when you're sitting on the sofa, whether you're
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whatever you're doing, get up, get out of bed, and get up and get to nevada coin mart right now. come and see me. i'm neil sackmary. every day come and see me. >> he is neil sackmary every day, that's a fact. let's talk about junk and stuff. what is junk and stuff? >> clients come in every day and bring me stuff. i mean it could be a bag of, you know, a garbage bag full of jewelry. you know, i buy any type of jewelry -- gold, silver, costume. you know we have coins here. i buy silver bullion. i buy old currency, proof sets, mint sets. you know, use these things. i mean sterling silver flatware, collectibles. you name it and i buy it. the important thing is this. when you come to nevada coin mart i'm open right now. open 365 days a year. i have collectible experts, i have coin experts, i have currency experts. i'm a graduate gemologist from gia.
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las vegas. i buy diamonds. i'm a graduate gemologist from gia. i just bought a beautiful 4.5 karat diamond from somebody. it's gorgeous. if you have nice diamonds, you come in and see me. if you have rolex watches, come in and see me. come in and get a price for them. now it's coming up to christmas, and so what happens is we're trying to stash money away. sell what you have, turn it into cash. turn stuff or junk into cash at nevada coin mart. open right now. come and see me right now. i'm talking to you. >> absolutely. really, it runs the gamut here. we're talking from coins to these coca cola dominoes which are collectible. >> yogioh cards, disney things, michael jordan, graded baseball cards, fur jackets. >> wow! everything. >> you have it and you want to sell it, blue books that you
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silver bars we buy, we sell these. you know, when you want to talk about silver eagles, one-ounce silver coins, we buy them. everybody else wants to play games. nevada coin mart is the industry leader. nevada coin mart is open 365 days a year. i keep stressing it because i'm open on sunday which is tomorrow, but i'm open today as well. so get up, get out of bed, stop what you're doing. if you're in the middle of that bite just finish that bite and load your stuff in the car and come and see me. >> what if they were thinking about going grocery shopping? >> well, then they should come and see me first and that way they have money for grocery shopping. you know, we did the thing on july 4th and people needed money for hot dogs. >> of course, true. >> right. >> so glazier's. >> if you need money for grocery shopping come and see me before. $200 or more, $50 glazier gift certificate. if you want to come to the industry leader in a beautiful store that's on the corner of jones and flamingo, i am open
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diamonds, rolex watches, gold, silver, costume jewelry, coins, bullion, currency, collectibles, proof sets, mint sets. >> broken, perfect. >> silver eagles, broken jewelry, not broken jewelry, resalable jewelry, vintage costume jewelry, heidi daus new costume jewelry from qvc, hsn. you know, i'll keep going. >> there's a lot of stuff. >> i buy it all.st come in and . make sure you wave. >> nei it's great having you. >> we have to go. >> get top dollar for your old junk. >> i'm talking to you, so come in and see me. >> nevada coin mart. you can visit them on jones at flamingo and for more information about them just head to the website or call the number listed.
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