tv Good Morning Las Vegas 6AM ABC September 14, 2016 6:00am-7:01am PDT
after a thorough check of the house-- he found these notes left behind. you can see they look like they were written by children. just heart-wrenching to read that stuff?//it is super hard just to know that this is somebody that made the wrong choice. somebody decided to kick open somebody's door, break some items and take some stuff and thought that was a good choice the man says he filed a police report and he's also ramping up his security. officers can track down the young burglars... so they can turn their lives around. happening right now at 6 a-m... chopper 13 fast and first over the metro command center near cheyenne and grand canyon. you can see police cars blocking off roads in the area. chopper has been scanning the scene, and there are police officers positioned all around the north west area command. we have reached out to metro to get more information about what is going on.
from them, but i will keep following this-- right now i want to send it over to yasmeen hassan tracking those roads being blocked off. low pressure begins to shift just enough to lighten the low pressure begins to shift just enough to lighten the winds for las vegas but keep temperatures within the mid and upper 80s this afternoon! highs will range between 84 and 89 degrees valley wide with sunny skies and a breeze during the morning only to shift to a light 5-15 mph wind by 10am. soon after, high pressure and dry air will take over the southwest and light winds with sunny skies will be common through the weekend into the next workweek. during this time, high temperatures will slowly creep back to normal values for this
back open this morning.. after being shut down for just 24 hours-- because of a woman's facebook post about bed bugs. parker collins is live at the casino now with the details from the health inspector-- parker? 24 hours after confirmed reports of bed bugs at "the hometown kitchen" ---the restaurant is back open to the public. the restaurant has been working district to make sure they're up to code. a statement from silver nugget casino regarding the re-opening.....says this. "hometown kitchen has consistently received "a" ratings from the southern nevada health district, including after our most recent review. it added that it's now complying with the agency after this latest incident. still, the woman who first brought this story to our attention can't believe the restaurant reopened so quickly. barbi stenstrom "i don't want
their business. i just want them to really put frequently... to keep this from happening. reporting live parker collins thirteen action news. police are now investigating-- after a dad says his 5 year old autistic son was left on the playground all by himself. "it makes me question whether or not my child is safe when he goes to school." stephen cole tells us this elementary... when his son grabriel and the other children were filing into class. the witness who found the boy says he was separated from all the teachers and staff, and she walked him back into the building. "if she could walk off with him a pedophile certainly could have." the district tells us they are looking into the incident-- but they do have a procedure in place to ensure the gates are locked once the bell rings. the cole family says they just
with just over two months until the general election--presidentia l candidate hillary clinton didn't want to miss an opportunity to appeal to voters here. so, while she recovers from pneumonia, her husband is stepping in. marissa kynaston is live outside the c-s-n cheyenne campus with more on the former president's visit. bill clinton is expected to be here later today--filling in for his wife at todays campaign event. this--after doctors say hillary suffered from a heat related illness over the weekend--while at a 9-11 event in new york. about her plans for the economy at todays event. so--bill will discuss his wife's plans. hillary has talked a lot about her plans in the past--saying for many americans-its just too hard to get ahead. she has promised to raise pay and create good paying jobs--she has also said she'll cut taxes for the middle class-- raise the minimum
wealthy. that campaign event starts today-- at 11. mk-- 13an. since candidate's health has become the biggest topic in the race for the white house-- donald trump is getting ready to talk about his... with one of the most famous doctors on television. sot oz: i'm not going to ask him questions he doesn't want to to have answered him questions he doesn't want to to have answered today, trump will sit down with talk show host doctor oz, and they are supposed to discuss the results of his physical revealing his big plans last night. "we can provide six weeks of paid maternity leave to any mother with a newborn child whose employer does not provide the benefit." trump says this new government
would come from recapturing insurance fraud. while students and teachers are finally allowed back inside johnson junior high school-- one family is being kept out of their home because of the mercury scare. here you see e-p-a agents putting on protective gear before going into the home near alta and durango. we're told mercury levels 15 times the safe amount were found inside. agents say the child got mercury on their clothing and backpack... and brought it back to the i'm wondering what's going on whether i'm safe or not where i'm at i'm only two doors down the e-p-a tells us neighbors are safe, and should not worry. but it will take them around 3 days to completely inspect the home. a huge win for u-n-l-v football fans-- the school is getting a brand new practice facility... all thanks to the family behind station casinos. ther fertitta family is pledging 10-million dollars to help improve the football
strength and conitioning equipment, as well as a player's lounge, nutrition bar-- and even a barber shop. tony sanchez head coach unlv football 20.09.43.00 "just our ability to feed them better our ability to train them better. our ability to create an academic environment for them to study in. all of those things are gonna make their lives better and more functional and that's what we need to do." the school still has to finish raising an extra 10 million dollars to complete the project. construction is expected to begin next spring and finish it was just a normal day at the mall for one mom... when all of the sudden her purse exploded! 48-:51 it kind of sounded like a gunshot. the whole bag was engulfed in flames." now she has a warning about what was inside her bag-- that could put you and your kids in danger. chopper 13 fast and first.. over metro's north west area command. where police are blocking off roads and stationed all over
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the video is hard to watch. you can see the car speed through the parking lot... the officers try to get out of the way... but don't have enough time. one of them was sent flying--- at least 8 feet into the air. amazingly, the injured officers managed to wrestle the suspect to the ground---- and arrest him. all three officers are expected to be o-k. a new jersey mom wants to warn people about the dangers of vaping-- because a new jersey mom wants to warn people about the dangers of vaping-- because a bright flash and smoke stars pouring out of her bag. the single mom says she's just thankful that no one was hurt. "just knowing i have my child, bag in backseat - daughter in the car set next to it. it's scary and it could happen to everyone. want people to be aware" the woman says she's always careful in making sure the vape pen doesn't overheat-- but since it was a spare battery... that wasn't even in the vaporizer, she just wants warn
we are following breaking news right now chopper 13 fast and first over the metro command center near cheyenne and grand canyon. police cars are blocking off roads in the area. chopper has been scanning the scene and police officers are positioned all around the north west area command. we reached out to metro to get information but we're still waiting for an update. we've also got parker collins headed to the scene. low
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.
shopping habits get tracked a lot online. but now your kids and grandkids will be safe on some very popular children's websites. the new york attorney general reached a settlement with viacom... which owns nickelodeon , mattel, hasbro and jumpstart games. each had tracking technology to get information for marketing... which he says violates federal law. the companies will now have to pay a fine and upgrade their websites. like a giant fire ball... but that didn't stop one bus driver in maryland from running inside to make sure all her kids were out safe. the driver says she was on the third stop of the day when her dashboard brake light came on. she pulls over, and seconds later... starts smelling smoke.
there was fire until somebody yelled fire when i was smelling the smoke. it smelled like a rubber kind of gas. i felt scared. i was about to cry but my brother did instead, so i helped him." as fast as she could, the driver got the elementary school students off the bus. and as the flames are growing-- she ran back in so she could check every sin renita smith, hero bus driver "we did a group hug. the tears started rolling. but me as mommy, no, i have to be strong for the babies." the woman says it wasn't until she saw the video of the fire that she realized how bad it really was-- and how lucky they all are. it's by far the most talked about part of the big reveal for the new i-phone. "and if you could go back to "and if you could go back to
was a-- that was a big- deal" now apple's c-e-o is defending the wireless ear buds. the exclusive interview... is coming up in our gma first look. plus-- our state gets a scathing review when it comes to the well-being of our children.. but some leaders are saying the possible n-f-l stadium could help turn things around. chopper 13 fast and first.. over metro's north west area command. where police are blocking off roads d the nieghborhood. parker collins is heading to the scene now. we'll let you know the minute
keep temperatures within the mid and upper 80s this only to shift to a light 5-15 mph wind by 10am. through the weekend into the time of the year. in today's gma first look-- apple c-e-o tim cook talks about the which have been ridiculed since the big unveil last week. abc's kendis gibson has a preview of the exclusive interview. < in this morning's gma first look - robin roberts goes one-on-one with apple ceo tim cook - and gets a sneak peak of the buzziest accessory of the fall - the new wireless airpod
fall out, robin roberts: 10:03:05;02 oh, let me see those. tim cook: 10:03:05;29 yeah, you gotta see this. robin roberts: 10:03:07;15 let me see these suckers. tim cook: 10:03:08;13 you gotta see (background voice) this-- tim cook: 10:03:31;03 and-- try it. try that on-- robin roberts: 10:03:44;13 okay. 10:03:52;18 --walking. you know, doing all the things that i'd-- robin roberts: 10:03:56;15 dancing-- tim cook: 10:03:56;13 --normally do-- robin roberts: 10:03:57;03 --twerking? tim cook: 10:03:57;14 yeah. (laughter) and you don't have-- 10:03:59;00 (overtalk) t how you walk around with the-- get caught on something? robin roberts: 10:04:04;12 right. tim cook: 10:04:05;13 you never have that problem here. and that's not the only secret revealed - coming up at 7am - news, new york. > breaking right now-- police breaking right now-- police officer are surrounding metro's north west area command center chopper 13 fast and first... over the scene near cheyenne and grand
degrees valley wide with sunny skies and a breeze during the morning only to shift to a light 5-15 mph wind by 10am. soon after, high pressure and dry air will take over the southwest and light winds with temperatures will slowly creep back to normal values for this time of the year. hillary clinton's first day back on the campaign trail.. after suffering a medical scare on 9-11. but she is still recovering from pneumonia... and is sending her husband here to the valley instead. marissa kynaston is live at the college of southern nevada near cheyenne and pecos... with what we can expect from former president bill clinton today. bill clinton is expected to be here later today--filling in
event. hillary clinton was told to adjust her schedule and rest-- after becoming overheated during a 9-11 event over the weekend in new york. this was cell phone video taken-- that appears to show to presidential candidate stumbling-- and being carried to her car. her doctor also said clinton was suffering from pneumonia. thats why her husband will be filling in for hillary later today-- and campaign staff say plans for the economy. that campaign event starts today-- at 11. mk-- 13an. some new headaches for clinton's challenger donald trump this morning... newsweek just released a report that indicts donald trump's
ties and potential conflicts with national security....at the same time the new york attorney general is opening an "inquiry" into the trump foundation and allegations that the non-profit misappropriated funds. (eric schneiderman/new york attorney general) "my interest in the ... this issue is really in my capacity as regulator of non-profits in new york state. we have been looking i it's compliant with the laws that govern charities in new york." the trump campaign fired back that the ny attorney general is, -quote- "a partisan hack," who, "has endorsed hillary clinton for president." this morning, senator harry reid is taking jabs at donald trump's health. take a look at this character. he complains about her health. what does he do? he's 70 years old. um..he's not slim and trim. he brags about eating fast food everyday. look at his health a little
clinton's decision to rest after that pneumonia diagnosis. . the senator says clinton probably needed the rest anyways. we just got new information about donald trump's appearance on the doctooz show... c-n-n is reporting that trump will not allow doctor oz to review the results of a physical exam he reportedly got last week. instead, trump will talk about his physical activity, dietary habits and broader health-related issues. this will likely disappoint about trump's health... so far, he's only released a four paragraph letter from a doctor saying that trump would be the quote " healthiest individual ever elected to the presidency." meanwhile, the man who admitted to planning to kill donald trump is now facing significantly less prison time. michael sanford pleaded guilty to federal charges stemming from
tried to grab a metro officer's gun at a trump rally inside treasure island. sanford faces about 2 years in prison, and could be deported back to london. the 20 year old could have faced up to 20 years if he was convicted of all his original charges. this morning-- an arrest warrent is out for this man-- you see him getting physical with protesters at a donald trump rally in north carolina. witnesses say at one point the man got so heated. neck and tried to punch out. the trump campaign has not commented on the incident. the bundy brothers trial is now underway in portland oregon. as it began, protesters showed up outside the federal courthouse to show their support. during opening statements ryan bundy said that himself and his
the law, and he's not anti-government. but prosecutors argue they did break the law when they threatened and intimidated federal employees. the trial is expected to last until november. businesses in summerlin are left in the dark this morning-- after someone steals their electrical breakers-- and now the owners are hoping you can help catch the crook. here you see the man walking behind the strip mall near lake mead and lampart early sunday morning he t the surveillance camera... but then you see him hopping back over the fence. the landlord tells us this happened twice in 20-12 and it cost her nearly 20-thousand dollars to repair the damages. haeran dempsey landlord 12.39.45 we small businesses try our best to survive in this tough economy 48 and when this kind of things hits, it's a really tough, difficult time 54 metro is investigating, but right now they have no leads or suspects. if you think you might recognize the man in the
a tough report card for our state shows we're failing at pretty much everything when it comes to our children. the latest research from the children's advocacy alliance gave nevada an overall grade of a "d". we also got a d in children's health and economic well being. it was a "d plus" in safety-- but most alarming was the "f" for education. leaders are hoping the proposed n-f-l stadium could help turn things around. gard jameson, chair of children's advocacy alliance around 11:32:13 "how do we make that stadium help our kids and issues that we're facing? nevada can no longer afford to be an f-rated state." if you'd like to read the full report card-- we posted it on our website, ktnv.com it's the highlight video from dancing with the stars-- the world has watched over and over again.. anti-lochte protestors being tackled to the ground. now we're hearing from the men... learning their personal connection to the athlete's big robbery lie in brazil. greg adlibs weather forecast tease
command. police officers are stationed over metro's north west area command. police officers are stationed all around the area. this is near cheyenne and grand canyon. our whole team is working together on this-- we've got parker collins on the ground.. plus yasmeen has all the road closures. and i'm tracking your roads... good morning, coming up on gma, more legal tr trump -the trump foundation under investigation with tax records raising questions- meanwhile the g-o-p nominee revealing a new childcare plan --daughter and top advisor ivanka sits down with us live this morning with all the
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 ailed 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.
we are following breaking news right now police officers are blocking off roads around the north west area command center. chopper 13 fast and first over positioned all around the north west area command. we just saw the bomb squad arrive low pressure begi just enough to lighten the winds for las vegas but keep temperatures within the mid and upper 80s this afternoon! highs will range between 84 and 89 degrees valley wide with sunny skies and a breeze during the morning only to shift to a light 5-15 mph wind by 10am. soon after, high pressure and dry air will take over the southwest and light winds with sunny skies will be common through the weekend into the next workweek. during this time, high
had recieved approval. gymnastics star simone biles responded online saying her a-d-h-d medication was never a secret. in russia...more than 1-hundred athletes secretly used prohibited drugs and were banned from this year's olympics. it looked more like a tackle on a football field-- security rushing in to stop protestors trying to get to ryan lochte during his dancing with the stars debut. now the protestors are speaking out. he embarrassed americans on the world stage and i wanted to protest a (butted with) our purpose is to get the word out that lochte is a coward, a liar and under brazilian law a criminal the protestors were in brazil during the whole gas station robbery incident. they say by lying lochte put americans safety in danger. but monday night... it was the audience and the stars of the show who felt threatened. sot tom bergeron: it wasn't a bit. it was really unnerving
incident so quickly, but they are now doing a full security evaluation to see if any changes need to be made. meeting-v new this morning... las vegas native-- and broncos linebacker brandon marshall is continuing his push for change. he took a knee during the national anthem. he now has a list of things he can do... after meeting with the denver police chief. for nearly an hour, marshall asked the chief questions about local law enforcement-- like officer training as well as the recent fatal police in the country. 1:02-1:13 "why did the officer get off? because it appeared like he or she broke the law, when in most instances they did not break the law. the question that you're really asking is were those actions necessary." the chief asked brandon to speak to youth in the community about staying out of trouble, and invited him to attend a "shoot or don't shoot" training session with officers-- and spend a day riding along with cops. the police department says marshall accepted all of the
hearts everywhere... an entire football team giving roses to a cheerleader battling leukemia. now she's speaking out about the touching gesture-- and it's now trending. "i don't really get tired of watching it though. as funny as that is, how many times i've seen it. i don't get tired of watching it." "why not?" "because it just brings back all those feelings and it makes me feel all those feelings again." the teenager says its hard to balance going to school with her chemotherapy treatments and doctor's appointments-- but it's kind acts like this that encourage her to keep going. wedding-v some unexpected car troubles left one new hampshire bride with a wedding day story she'll never forget! the woman was heading to the venue day story she'll never forget! the woman was heading to the venue with her bridesmaids when their limo abruptly pulls over. it turns out they had a flat tire. determined to get to her ceremony-- the bride stood on the side of the road with her thumb out. (angelique arsenault/ bride) "we actually had cars driving
pi finally someone actually stopped to see if we needed a ride." the bridal party was only 30 minutes late-- and the couple was finally able to say "i do." you can check out all of the stories trending today... on our ktnv mobile app we're following a lot of breaking news for you this morning... chopper 13 fast and first.. over the metro north west area command-- we know the bomb squad is on the scene... we've also got parker collins on the ground-- and i'm tracking your roads... we start this morning with breaking news... police officers are surrounding the metro north west area
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.
is being evacuated. our whole team is following this. chopper 13 is fast and first over the area near cheyenne and grand canyon. yasmeen hassan is watching all the road closures. but we'll start with parker collins on the ground. parker what are you seeing? parker adlibs scene with just over two months until the general
here. so, while she recovers from pneumonia, her husband is stepping in. marissa kynaston is live outside the c-s-n cheyenne campus with more on the former president's visit. bill clinton is expected to be here later today--filling in for his wife at todays campaign event. this--after doctors say hillary suffered from a heat related illness over the weekend--while at a 9-11 event in new york. she was supposed to talk about her plans for the economy so--bill will discuss his wife's plans. hillary has talked a lot about her plans in the past--saying for many americans-its just too hard to get ahead. she has promised to raise pay and create good paying jobs--she has also said she'll cut taxes for the middle class-- raise the minimum wage-- and raise taxes for the wealthy. that campaign event starts today-- at 11.
good morning, america. breaking right now, tropical storm julia slams the southeast. the system growing overnight after sparking a tornado in florida and torrential rain. now georgia and the carolinas on alert for flooding. donald trump under investigation. new legal trouble over his charity as president obama takes aim. >> this is the guy you want to be championing working people? >> trump trying to win female voters overnight. teaming up with ivanka to unveil his child care plan. >> i think it's going to make a lot of people very, very happy. a lot of moms very happy. >> this morning ivanka joins us live. terrifying attack. a driver caught on camera plowing into police officers at a gas station sending one flying eight feet into the air. the fight to take down a suspect and the search for a motive