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the e-p-a is expected to provide an update on that mercury scare at walter johnson junior high. chopper 13 fast and first over the school where classes are canceled again today. today.. parents and students have been picking up belongings that have been checked and cleared. officials say they've also cleared all the classrooms.. and have moved to the gym and locker rooms. they're also visiting homes where the students' clothing tested positive for mercury including one house that was evacuated. i'm kind of scared to go to school tomorrow cause i don't know what's going on lately cause we haven't gotten any calls or anything." officials are planning a 4pm news conference to provide an update on the situation. you can see it live on-air.. and at now let's send things over to 13 first alert meteorologist karla huelga. she's in the weather center right now keeping tabs on the strong winds today.
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approaching the area and we will remain in the windy category through tomorrow. expect peak gusts to about 35 mph tonight and to about 40 mph tomorrow. there is a lake wind advisory in effect for lake mead through 9 pm tonight. as the system pushes in, it will drag cooler air into the area and drop high temps to the upper 80s tomorrow and wednesday. the system pushes east wednesday and we will drop to the breezy category. in the system's wake, we will be left with a weak area of low pressure that will keep high through saturday. expect a high of 91 thursday, 92 friday and 93 saturday. average temps are on tap for sunday and the start to next week with a high of 95 both days. expect clear to mostly clear skies for the next seven days. your voice.. your vote in the race for the white house.. and hillary clinton has canceled a fundraising trip to the west coast today after a health issue that her campaign says is pneumonia. the democratic nominee left the
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today, her rival donald trump heads back out on the trail... abc's kenneth moton has more on the race for the white house. it's the stumble seen around the world. today, hillary clinton's health is now center stage in the race for president and this morning rare restraint from her rival donald trump on fox news. (fox news) sot - donald trump / (r) presidential nominee "i don't know what's going on. back on the trail and we will see her at the debate." clinton left the 9/11 memorial in new grabbed her...getting her into a waiting her campaign waiting more than an hour before saying clinton was dehydrated and not feeling well. then finally...the reveal...clinton was diagnosed with pneumonia friday. a campaign spokeswoman tweeting, they "could have done better." natsot - q - "how are you feeling?" hrc - "great. feeling great." two hours after the so called medical episode, a smiling clinton emerged from her daughter chelsea's apartment. sot - dr. richard besser / abc news chief health & medical editor "she's able to talk with people and
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we're hearing that she was q - "how are you feeling?" hrc her daughter chelsea's able to talk with people and the scare renewing a push for both candidates to release more detailed health records. but trump is trying to bring the attention back to comments clinton made friday night at a fundraiser. sot - hillary clinton / (d) presidential nominee "you could put half of trump's supporters into what i call the 'basket of sexists..." now trump is using clinton's words to rally his supporters. sot - donald trump / (r) presidential nominee "..." kenneth moton oncam close: clinton later said she regretted saying half of trump supporters are deplorable. clinton was forced to cancel her swing through california today but she's expected to appear at a san francisco washington 9 people are dead in memphis
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investigators believe the security bars prevented anyone from escaping.... the fire department says four adults and five children were killed..... firefighters rushed to the house around 1-30 after someone inside the home called 9-1-1. one child is fighting to stay alive.... investigators say most of the victims....died from smoke inhalation.... in california.. two people are dead after their car went over a cliff. the wreckage was spotted yesterday in santa barbara county by someone on a hang coming to rest. the license plate matched a missing car out of lompoc. larry ryan santa barbara county fire dept. sot ryan: helicopters spotted it from up above. we found out the top was ripped rope systems to recover the bodies. - vo in georgia -- a small plane was forced to make an
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interstate. in this video.. you can see the plane on the side of i-20, near atlanta. the plane made it to the ground safely... without hitting any cars. no one was hurt. the pilot said the plane had run out of fuel. police in tampa, florida are investigating a bizzare shooting death. man asked his cousin if his flak jacket.. designed to stop shrapnel.. would also stop a bullet. the cousin reportedly responded.. saying 'let's see'.. then pulled a gun and fired a shot at the victim.. killing him. who's a convicted felon.. is now being charged with manslaughter and illegally posessing a firearm. the head of the c-d-c is issuing a dire warning for lawmakers to vote quickly on a bill to fund zika virus control and research.. or it will soon be too late. there are 56 known locally-transmitted cases of zika in south florida right now.. and authorities in south florida are worried the number could continue to grow. president obama held meetings with congress today to discuss funding.
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sometime this week. supporters for the bundy brothers are rallying in front of the courthouse in oregon-- as the son's of cliven bundy prepare for their trial. opening statements are scheduled to begin tomorrow for ryan and ammon bundy... and several others. the protesters say the bundy's shouldn't have to face charges for taking over the wildlife refuge in january.. and demand they get released. "i'm standing here because of the injustice that's being done in o urcountry ad for the federal government overreach, and i'm standing here for every american. we all matter, and we all freedom, and we all deserve to have justice." cliven bundy and his sons are also facing charges for the armed standoff with the feds at his bunkerville ranch in 20-14. a bus driver is dead and several students are in critical condition after a school bus crashed into a concrete pillar. you can see all the damage at
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football players coming back from an out of state game in california. police say the bus driver ran off the roadway after picking the students up. at least 17 people were taken to the hospital. :24-:30 (stacey stegman/dia "i think some kids are pretty shook up right now and they're just waiting to go home to the arms of their families. at least 2 people are in critical condition. everyone else is said to have more minor injuries. turning nowo trending. beyonce gets upstaged by an on- stage marriage proposal! and.. a country music legend puts a spotlight on an incredible act of kindness that's going viral. then later -- why las vegas strip headliner criss angel is gathering dozens of celebrities in town today!
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las vegas headliner celine dione was one of the performers. she debuted her new song "recovering." she also shared some of her personal experiences about the passing of her husband.. rene angelil.. after a long battle with cancer. :42-:46 " i miss rene every day, and the loss will now be a part of my life." the event aired on hulu.. and continued to bring in donations through the weekend. america. constestants from each state plus washington d-c and puerto rico all competed last night in atlantic city. but only one woman took home the crown.. :15-:27 ( you can cut out some of the dead air) "and the new miss america is... miss arkansas! cheers!" she may not have won the title... but many are saying miss new york stole the show for tackling one of the most blunt questions-- what does she think
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:24-:45 "i think that he's a great reminder that our country needs to come together.. outcue: whether you're an immigrant, or a native american, or an african american or an asian american." miss new york took 2nd runner up. we also want to congratulate bailey gumm who represented nevada. a country music superstar sheds light on an amazing act of kindness... it's one of three trending headlines we are following today. (nats- singing) nashville-area high school teacher ben ellis.. who is battling cancer.. received an amazing outpouring of support. the entire student body from
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him. the video was posted online by country superstar tim mcgraw. (nats- "will you marry me?") beyonce says, if you like it then you shoulda put a ring on it. so one guy did- on stage at her concert. one of beyonce's backup dancers stole the show in st louis when he emerged from backstage and proposed to bey's dance captain in the middle of a perfor of course in on the surprise-- and joked "let's see you do choreghraphy after that!" checks off bucket list hike - v some police officers helped a 9-year-old boy with cerebral palsy and his parents fulfill their dream of reaching australia's northernmost point. in june.. gary cook asked for advice on facebook on how he.. his wife narelle and their son sydney could achieve their longtime goal.
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wheelchair. so.. the officers drove the family across the beach.. then carried sydney along a rocky path on a camping chair attacked to two metal poles. you can check out all of the stories that are trending today.. just download our free 13 action news mobile app. you can get the latest weather updates, breaking news alerts and more. anchors adlib and toss to karla a strong storm system is approaching the area and we in the windy category through tomorrow. expect peak gusts to about 35 mph tonight and to about 40 mph tomorrow. there is a lake wind advisory in effect for lake mead through
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the system pushes east wednesday and we will drop to the breezy category. in the system's wake, we will be left with a weak area of low pressure that will keep high temps a little below average through saturday. expect a high of 91 thursday, 92 friday and 93 saturday. average temps are on tap for sunday and the start to next week with a high of 95 both days. expect clear to mostly clear
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days. a red flag warning is in effect for the entire area through 11 pm tuesday night for strong winds and low humidity. fundraiser-v happening today, las vegas headliner criss angel is fundraiser-v happening today, las vegas headliner criss angel is bringing some big stars together-- to help fight childhood cancer. comedians.. singers.. sports icons and other entertainers will be performing at the luxor tonight to raise 1-million dollars for pediatric cancer research. angel's two year old son.. johnny.. was diagnosed with a form of leukemia last year. some of the big name acts include dee snider.. richie sambora..
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in today's healthy living.. a new report out today shows how you could be putting your child's life in danger.. and not know it. and -- an urgent warning for parents about one brand of organic products that could leave them nearly blind.
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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. tarkanian refused to pay the money back, forcing taxpayers to bail him out, leaving us holding the bag. danny tarkanian's out for himself, not us.
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tomorrow at walter johnson in today's healthy living a california mom is suing
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burned her son's eyes! theresa jones says after using the company's products on her son she had to rush him to the hospital. doctors say hunter is likely to have vision issues for the rest of his life. 'babyganics' is involved in a larger class-action lawsuit. it alleges the company uses false marketing and it's products are not truly organic. today a new report, showing how the way you give medicines to your child when he orsh sick could be putting them at risk. with more, here's abc news senior medical contributor dr. timothy johnson. dosing cups and syringes? familiar to any parent who has cared for a sick young child. sometimes hard to use? and hard to read? especially at odd hours of the night. now, a new study published in the journal pediatrics? revealing that parents using these measuring devices may be giving their kids the wrong dose of medicine more often than they realize. researchers tested the dosing skills of more than 21 hundred parents of young children?
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milliliters or teaspoons - using either a dosing cup or a dosing syringe. what they found - more than four in five of the parents made at least one dosing error. one in five made a large dosing error - meaning they were off on the dose by more than 20 percent. and two out of three of these errors would have led to an overdose. for parents, a reminder that care is needed when doling out medicine. these measuring tools are better than the teaspoon in your kitchen drawer? but still be a challenge. so measure twice just to be sure? your child's health could be at stake. with ths medical minute, i'm dr. timothy johnson. we're following a lot of big stories today,. we'll be back with a look at today's stop stories and a final check of your forecast! first.. tonight's abc primetime lineup
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8-season premiere of dancing with the stars 10-season premiere of the 100-000 pyramid 11-13 action news.
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learning classes will resume tomorrow at walter johnson junior high. officials will hold a new conference in just minutes about the latest on this situation. coming up on 13 action news.. live at 5... we're digging into new information about the man who escaped from north las vegas police custody... what police reports reveal about the homicide he was allegedly involved in. a new study may make new moms more likely to consider breastfeeding their babies. what new studies reveal about added benefits for both babies and their mothers. those stories and more on 13 action news.. live at 5.
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live at 3:30.. but stay with us for judge judy up next. don't forget.. we're always on at and on our mobile app. we'll see you back here in 60-minutes for 13-action news live at 5. until then..
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>> announcer: teens on a sleepover. >> judge judy: you and your husband were in charge of her 12-year-old child. >> announcer: but after sneaking out... >> judge judy: how old were you when you vandalized all those cars? >> 14. >> judge judy: and they were arrested. >> announcer: ...a nightmare began. >> judge judy: as a parent, i would never allow a 12-year-old child to go out at 11:00 at night. >> they did not leave our house at 11:00 at night. >> judge judy: that's what he said, so you're telling me that your son's a liar?
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courtroom of judge judith sheindlin. the people are real. the cases are real. the people are real. the cases are real. the rulings are final. captions paid for by cbs television distribution sheila and dean howell are suing the mother of their son's former friend, amanda oman, for her share of their sons' restitution after the boys were found guilty of throwing rocks at cars. >> byrd: order! all rise! your honor, this is case number 12 on the calendar in the matter of howell vs. oman. >> judge judy: thank you. >> byrd: you're welcome, judge. parties have been sworn in. you may be seated. gentlemen, have a seat. >> judge judy: mr. and mrs. howell, let me try to put this case in perspective. the incident that formed the basis of this case happened two years ago. >> correct. >> correct. >> judge judy: and at that time, this young man, who is your son, was 12. now you are... >> 16. >> judge judy: well, two years ago, 12 --


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