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headed to prison ackquille pollard -- who performs under the name bobby shmurda -- pleads guilty to illegal-weapons charges. under the plea deal -- he's required to serve a minimum of 7 years. pollard is best known for the hit song -- hot boy." he also put out a music video -- popularizing -- the shmoney dance. the florida teen -- who made national headlines -- after posing as a doctor -- faces more fraud charges. 19-year-old malachi love- virginia car dealership -- after attempting to buy a car. employees say -- the teen brought a 73-year-old woman with him -- as a co- signer. he also claimed to be the vice president of a company -- while earning 140-thousand dollars a year. love-robinson -- is charged with three counts of fraud. honroing our our nation's military -- and first responders. nellis-creech military- appreciation day -- today -- at craig ranch regional park. it recognizes the sacrifices -- and dedication of all men and
their families. the celebration features live music and a lot of food. imagine your car door --suddenly flying open -- while you're driving down the road. it's a problem -- forcing one automaker to issue an urgent recall -- for millions of vehicles. we'll tell you -- if your car is on that list. and -- amazon is offering you a deal -- they hope -- you can't refuse. the new price -- and features they're rolling out for their tablet karla and remember -- chopper 13 brings you breaking news -- from contact 13 -- it is going
dollars -- to replace door latches -- on nearly 3 million vehicles. that's because --the doo that's because --the doors can pop open -- while the vehicles are moving. the automaker is adding 1-and-a- half-million vehicles -- to the growing recall. it's become so costly -- ford had to cut its estimated -- pretax profit. the recall -- covers much of ford's north american model lineup since 2014 tablet amazon is cutting the price of its new fire tablet -- almost in half. the company -- hopes to make the tablet a popular holiday
the new fire h-d-8 tablet -- will cost 90 dollars --down from 150. other changes include -- a longer battery life -- double the amount of storage. but the biggest change -- the alexa feature. users can ask the assistant questions -- and have the device do things -- like adjust the lights -- or temperature on compatible smart- home devices. uber is no longer in the business of just shuttling people around. your food -- with the tap of a button. but is it safe? contact-13 investigator -- darcy spears is taking a closer look -- at the growing service.
even tacos or sushi. uber eats will deliver what you're craving. as long as it's from one of the eateries partnering with the company. howard lewis jr./ubereats driver: there are a lot of choices on the food. but uber driver howard lewis junior knows they're going to have plenty of competition. other food ordering services like bite squad, seamless, and grub hub already operate in the valley. but howard believes uber has what it takes to compete. howard lewis jr./ubereats driver: by using uber it's guaranteed that you pretty much get the be vong manoroth agrees. he's the operations manager for soho sushi burrito, one of the restaurants teaming up with uber. vong manoroth/soho sushi burrito we believe in the uber brand and we don't want to put our brand in anybody's hands. but uber is a brand that we trusted. here's how it works: uber eats gives you a list of open restaurants, price range and expected delivery time. once you place your oder, restaurants tell uber drivers when the food is expected to be ready. let's say the time is 10
burrito the driver will be here right at 10 minutes and then on the detail map, it actually shows me what's the estimate from the store to the customer. but there's no oversight to ensure a product's quality is protected during delivery. the southern nevada health district regulates and inspects all clark county facilities where food is prepared and stored, including food trucks. but the health district doesn't regulate delivery services. darcy stand-up in car with to-go boxes have a cooler for your sushi or heated bag for your burrito? once your order walks out the door and into the car, you're putting your health in the driver's hands. restaurants have to adhere to state health codes, but delivery drivers do not. uber drivers can buy their own insulated bags and ice chest for storing food. last year, in-n-out burgers sued another food delivery service called doordash--which doesn't operate in las vegas. in the lawsuit, in-n-out said it had no control over the time
which food is kept during delivery, or the food handling and safety practices of delivery drivers. but on day one of uber eats in las vegas, vong says he's happy with the results. vong/soho sushi burrito: we have over 10, 12 orders already. darcy spears, 13 action news. prices are set by restaurants -- according to their own menu. uber -- adds a flat delivery fee of 4-99 -- no matter how much is ordered. -- or -- how fa is going. we have more on today's launch -- on our website. just go to k-t-n-v dot com -- and search under -- "links." a large, slow moving pacific system will bring breezy to windy conditions along with milder temps to the area starting tomorrow. the winds will be up to the breezy category tomorrow as the system starts to slowly approach the area. expect gusts to about 30 mph tomorrow afternoon with highs around 100. windier conditions with gusts to 35 mph are expected monday and we will see highs in the
sunday and monday then partly cloudy on tuesday and wednesday as the system pushes through the area. it looks like tuesday will be the windiest day with gusts to about 40 mph. highs will top out around 90 tuesday through friday. the winds will be down to breezy by wednesday afternoon as the system starts to push out of the area. expect mainly sunny skies thursday through next saturday. also, by saturday high temps will warm by a few degrees. it's the political gaffe -- that still has to the breezy category tomorrow as the system starts to slowly approach the area. expect gusts to about 30 mph tomorrow afternoon with highs around 100. windier conditions with gusts to 35 mph are expected monday and we will see highs in the mid 90's. expect mainly sunny skies sunday and monday then partly cloudy on tuesday and wednesday as the system pushes through the area. it looks like tuesday will be
highs will top out around 90 tuesday through friday. the winds will be down to breezy by wednesday afternoon as the system starts to push out of the area. expect mainly sunny skies thursday through next saturday. also, by saturday high temps will warm by a few degrees. it's the political gaffe -- that still has everyone talking. ( msnbc anchor ) "what would
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johnson slipped up on a question-- about syria,. but he's far from the first presidential candidate -- to make a similar mistake. c-n-n's jeanne moos reports. < --reporter pkg-as follows-- we dare you to try and look away even if you've seen it ten times already. ( msnbc anchor ) "what would kidding?" ( gary johnson ) "no." it instantly gave birth to #what is aleppo. granted, 11 out of 14 people we asked on the street. ( woman on street ) "what's alpp couldn't identify the syrian city at the epicenter of the refugee crisis. ( reporter ) "what is aleppo?" ( man on street ) "i have no idea." ( man on street ) "i don't know, but i know the libertarian candidate got it wrong, and i don't know it either." ( woman on street ) "one of those animals?" ( reporter ) "not an animal." speaking of animals, someone tweeted, "donald trump probably wouldn't know the difference between aleppo and alpo." ( jeannie moos / reporter ) "...but when you're criticizing someone for screwing up, you better be sure you don't screw up yourself." a
called libertarian johnson, "aleppo johnson," then proceeded to mischaracterize aleppo. ( christopher hill / former u-s ambassador to iraq ) "...the capital of isis." actually the correction, then a correction to the correction. candidates hate what they consider to be "gotcha" questions, though then-governor bush gave as good as he gotcha. ( reporter ) "can you name the president of chechnya?" ( george w. bush ) "no, can you?" ...but what happened to johnson wasn't a "gotcha," it ws what happened to sarah palin. ( anchor ) "do you agree with the bush doctrine?" ( sarah palin ) "in what respect, charlie?" ...and when herman cain was asked if he agreed with president obama on libya. ( herman cain ) "ok. libya." the silence was deafening. ( herman cain ) "i got all this stuff twirling around in my head." what wasn't twirling in rick perry's head was the third department he would eliminate... ( rick perry ) "...and what's the third one there? let's see." gary johnson said he
acronym. "i blanked." ...but trying to guess could be worse. ( woman on street ) "would it be a disease?" one tweet framed johnson's gaffe as if it were jeopardy. "a three-word sentence meaning 'end of campaign.' johnson: 'what is aleppo?' trebek, sighing, 'that is correct, gary.'" jeanne moos, cnn... ( gary johnson ) "...and what is aleppo?" ...new york> karla has another look at your work-week forecast. but right now -- here's a live you're watching thirteen action news -- where you get breaking news fast -- and first.
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