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gass as part of a robbery investigation. parker collins was fast and first to the scene near buffalo and cheyene. parker what are police telling you? parker adlibs scene our other top story this morning-- the future of the nfl stadium here in just a few hours. the stadium committee is meeting..with a big decision looming. marissa kynaston is live at unlv where the committee will meet this morning.
they'll need address before a vote. the committee members are set to gather here in three hours to begin looking at three key points that are holding up the deal. the biggest is whether there will be a 39 percent limit on the public's contribution to the 65,000 seat stadium. developers say they will not agree to that... saying they need $750 million in public funding from the increased room tax. right now that makes up about 39 percent of the projected $1.9 billion cost. for revenue sharing as part of that proposal as well. another addition to the deal is a potential exemption for new or expanded ticket taxes for the stadium operator. and finally... the committee will consider a request from mayor carolyn goodman that the city of las vegas have a representative on the stadium authority. if they vote in favor of the
governor. he would then have to decide if and when to call a special session of the legislature to finalize the deal. developers say they need a decision soon to make a proposal to the nfl to move the new stadium, the raiders still need the approval of 3-fourths of the nfl team owners to move to las vegas. the nfl vote would likely happen when the owners january. under the current draft, if the stadium is approved and the raiders back out, a smaller stadium would be built for unlv football. we're keeping tabs on the very latest developments with the proposed nfl stadium. but for the latest updates you can always head to ktnv dot com or download our free 13 action news mobile app. now lets get to greg's who's got the latest on our forecast! high pressure and dry air
to give us a fantastic forecast today through the weekend! between 5 and 10 mph. low 90s with sunny skies and light winds will continue through saturday but by sunday, high temperatures re-range between 94 to 99 degrees and hold there through tuesday. right now... a man is in the hospital.. after a terrible late night
rainbow and desert inn when he rear-ended a sedan... and crashed into another car. the rider was ejected. he was taken to the hospital in critical condition. no one in the sedan was seriously hurt. clark county school district is working to open a new-- specialized high school to help teens recover from addiction problems. the school would only have around 100 students, and it would be in an unused building that's already in town. the idea was inspired by a successful recovery high school in houston, texas. jeff horn, assistant chief ccsd 06.00.55.00 "these aren't deviants of soci they aren't criminals. they are kids who for many of them are just lost and are dealing with a disease." (butted with) 06.02.04.00 "we'd give them support, whether it is counseling. whether it is one on one work with students. whether it is wrap around services." c-c-s-d leaders tell us they are in the 'fact-finding process" of making this school a reality. las vegas's mayor pro tem steve ross.. was also at the meeting. his son shane is facing charges for a spree of armed
heroine addiction. the ross family says shane had been out of their lives for about 10 years-- then they reconnected 2 years ago.. and that's when they learned about his struggles with drugs. dealing with his addiction in such a public way hasn't been easy, but they say they've been overwhelmed by the support from the community. "recover is for everybody. not just the addict but for the family members too. our family is traumatized by this but..... we have our own recovery to go through" "we'll always love him.. he just needs to get the help the ross family tells us they are big supporters of the recovery high school, and wish something like this would have been available when shane was growing up. hillary clinton returns to the campaign trail today-- as the discussion of the candidates' health reports dominate the headlines. donald trump sat down with t-v's doctor oz to talk about his latest medical exam. dr. oz// if elected, at age 70, you will be the oldest person to ever enter the oval office. why do you think you have the
as good today as i did when i was 30." but abc's doctor besser says the two pages trump released doesn't even compare to all the information clinton has made public. besser: if all he shared is the most recent information from his physical exam, that's not a lot of medical information. aside from all the health talk-- the latest polls show clinton still leads nationally. but the candidates are virtually tied in the critical swin florida. clinton's health scare did cause her to miss an appearance here in town. yesterday former president clinton took her place at a rally. he focused the speech on her economic plan, equality, and her focus on bringing people together. sot 114317i think you should chose answers not anger- i think you shouls chose i thinki you should put america back in the tomorrow business.114328 bill clinton also spoke out
saying that money would be better spent on infrastructure. this just in ...donald trump is responding this morning to being interrupted during a campaign event in flint michigan yesterday. he is calling the pastor who interrupted him was a "nervous mess." she walked up on stage when trump started making his speech about politics. the pastor wanted him to talk about the people of flint. time now is x:xx --- dozens of dozens of police officers surrounded one of their own command stations. we followed this story as it broke for you-- now we're finally learning why metro was being so cautious.
compensation for bland's death as well as several changes to jail procedures. the police academy evacuated, dozens of officers in the area-- and even the bomb squad called out... and now we're learning it was all just metro being extra cautious. we brought this story to you as it was breaking yesterday morning. chopper 13 fast and first over the north west area command. officers found a suspicous package outside, and they also got a phone call out it. so they cleared out the whole area while they i marcie zayas, medical worker 7:00:21-7:00:29 "it was scary definitely scary you pull up there's caution tape we have patients we need to see." metro is not saying what was inside the package, and they are still looking for the person who left it there. a head on collision with a school bus leaves a man trapped inside his burning truck. his burning truck. the officers and bystanders at the scene couldn't get him out of his car-- coming up.. hear how they were still able
be common throughout the city with winds out of the west between 5 and 10 mph. low 90s with sunny skies and light winds will continue through saturday but by sunday, temperatures re-range between 94 to 99 degrees and hold there through tuesday. winds will stay light through the weekend but by tuesday, a new
around the san diego area. this will pump in moisture to las vegas and breezy conditions between 10 and 20 mph. humidity will rise to muggy but as it stands, rain chances are too low to put in the forecast for the valley or surrounding areas. by wednesday, the low passes, sunny skies come back but the breeze
injured...no word on what caused the crash. take a good look at the pictures on your screen-- metro says this is one of two guys behind a violent armed robbery. officers tell us around two weeks ago near jones and the 95, the men came up to a car... opened the door and put a pistol to the driver's neck. then they demanded his wallet, phone and a-t-m number. a short time later one of them went into this rebel gas station and withdrew cash from the a-t-m. if you recognize him, call police. just days after the elevator at a downtown apartment complex is supposedly fixed-- it goes out again. now 13 action news is holding management accountable. for the 4th time, our crews visited the park avenue apartments near 7th street and carson. renters tell us the elevator that hasn't worked consistently since july-- is now down again. it was just fixed saturday. and for some of the disabled and elderly tenants-- the
ambulance-i mean-how are they going to get up her and take me down the steps? because i'm not a small guy." we spoke to the owner of the property management company who apologized to the tenants, and says they hope to have the elevator running by the end of today. we will of course stay on top of this story. an amazing rescue caught on camera-- police officers and bystanders in north carolina working together to save a man trapped in his burning truck. gfx 1: i need an ambulance and now. in the officer's body cam video... you see a man with his extinguisher trying to put out the flames.. while the cops work to pull off the doors. the truck collided with a school bus head-on... pinning the truck underneath. (chris owens/good samaritan) "we just went to it, trying to help him out, put the fire out, got crowbars to try and pry open the doors because it was stuck, it wedged him in." complete stranger just tried to treat him like he's my younger brother." the team was able to keep the
showed up and got him out the three bystanders and the officers were honored for their bravery, and saving the man's life. a subway employee says she will never be nice to another customer ever again. how giving a man free cookies... ended with her fearing for her life! life! and ivanka trump in the hot seat-- why people are looking to the trump hotel on the strip... to prove the billionaire's daughter may have stretched
the truth. happening right now in the tracking an deadly officer involved shooting in phoenix. details just coming
portion of the i-17 in downtown phoenix. phoenix police say the incident began with a home invasion. one suspect was arrested at the scene and another fled in a vehicle. the outstanding suspect reportedly led police on a pursuit then crashed. officers, which led officers to open fire on the suspect, killing him. no officers were injured. high pressure and dry air coming together this morning to give us a fantastic forecast today through the weekend! sunny skies with highs ranging between 89 to 93 degrees will light winds will continue through saturday but by sunday, high temperatures re-range between 94 to 99 degrees and
saying the cookies were hard. so she gave him two more. then when he came a third time she knew something was wrong. :48-:56 "he comes in and he locks the door and says we're gonna make this quick. give me all the money. he tells me hurry up hurry up i have a gun i have a gun." the woman says she quit her job the next day and no longer wants to work alone at night time. in today's g-m-a first look... police want to warn parents about a new cyber threat called abc's abbie bourdreau has the details. < in this morning's gma first look - a terryfing new crime called "virtual kidnapping." listen to this voice of a so-called "professional kidnapper." [gfx #1] "you want me to hang up on you? that's what you want? judy says a man called her cellphone claiming he had her daughter. she asked us to hide her identity to protect her family. kept saying, "mom, you've gotta help me.
were shaking, her hands were shaking, i knew she was completely out of control. but cheryl convinced judy to hang up and call 911. and the so-called "kidnapper" never called back. 21;34;56;31 woman: even now that i know this is a hoax, i don't think it's funny. and coming up at 7 a.m. we'll tell you how to protect yourself from becoming a target. with your gma first look, i'm abbie boudreau, abc news, sacramento. > hour-- bad news for samsung... one of it's phone's is being recalled because it could explode-- but it might not be the only model with dangerous problems. reporter adlibs tease chopper 13 fast and first.. over a robbery investigation
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coming together this morning to give us a fantastic forecast today through the weekend! sunny skies with highs ranging between 89 to 93 degrees will be common throughout the city with winds out of the west between 5 and 10 mph. low 90s with sunny skies and light winds will continue through saturday but by sunday, between 94 to 99 degrees and
upon us. the future of the proposed billion dollar nfl stadium could be decided in just a few hours. but there's a number of questions that still need to be answered. marissa kynaston is live at unlv this morning..with a look at what h discuss today. the committee members are set to gather here in three hours to begin looking at three key points that are holding up the deal. the biggest is whether there will be a 39 percent limit on the public's contribution to the 65,000 seat stadium. developers say they will not agree to that...
in public funding from the increased room tax. right now that makes up about 39 percent of the projected $1.9 billion cost. the committee is also asking for revenue sharing as part of that proposal as well. another addition to the deal is a potential exemption for new or expanded ticket taxes for the stadium operator. and finally... the committee will consider a request from mayor carolyn goodman that the city of las the stadium authority. if they vote in favor of the deal today... it would then head to the governor. he would then have to decide if and when to call a special session of the legislature to finalize the deal. developers say they need a decision soon to make a proposal to the nfl to move the team. mk 13an a violent sex offender wanted in california is now off our streets and waking up behind bars this morning.
he's got quite the mugshot. the registered sex offender is wanted for violating his parole in california. officers there tell us since he was 14... suarez has been arrested more than 35 times for a variety of crimes. he was taken into custody on tuesday near sunset and gibson. a tragic discovery after a shed fire. crews say a body was found inside-- because a man had been living there. chopper 13 was fast and first bonanza yesterday morning. investigators believe it was an electrical fire that sparked accidentally. loved ones identify the victim as ruben olivares from el salvador. we spoke with a bystander who tried to rescue him. "it was rough, like i said i felt bad i felt sad for the guy. i wish i could have got in there a couple minutes earlier and seen him." the bystander says he then ran to the home next to the shed and knocked on
people inside sleeping. they told us they believe he saved their lives. henderson fire department is releasing stunning new images, showing crews resuscitating a family pet. firefighters pulled the dog from a burning home near lake mead parkway and warm springs. the pit bull was unconscious. so they used a specialized oxygen mask to revive the dog. he was taken to an animal hospital in good condition. none of the people living inside the home were hurt. exploding phone problems could be worse than they thought. safety officials are now looking into incidents involving phones other than the "galaxy note 7." samsung insists the battery problems are only with the note-- which is already being recalled. but just this week, an asu student in phoenix says his "galaxy s-6 active" exploded while it was in his pocket! "i thought it was my computer at first but then a second after the intense burning sensation just hits my thigh."
could,"the next thing i knew my pants and my phone was on the floor and my room was filled with smoke." the incidents connected to the galaxy phones continue to escalate. take a look at this car fire in palm beach, florida. witnesses say the owner was charging his galaxy 7 in the car when his phone burst into flames. samsung confirms they are looking into both incidents. of stretching the truth about maternity leave for trump employees-- and it's workers here in las vegas might prove she's lying. the presidential candidates daughter has said that all of her father's employees are eligible for 8 weeks of paid parental leave. amy: is that for all of the thousands of employees of your father? ivanka: it is and also adoption leave. according to a report by the
handbook from the trump hotel on the trip outlines a different policy. it reportedly says workers must use earned and unused vacation and personal days to get paid during parental leave. workers at other trump properties also say they are not eligible for eight weeks of paid leave. trump's human resources chief admits the policies vary from property to property. happening today-- we should learn what's in store for the future on u-n-l-v. is delivering his state of the university address this afternoon at 2:30. we're expecting an update on the university's new school of medicine as well as other building projects and a new fundraising campaign. it looks like u-n-l-v is spending some big money to give their controversial mascot a makeover. the review journal is reporting, the university launched a 50-thousand dollar campaign to make some changes to "hey reb". the mascot has been
wearing character appears to be a confederate soldier. they're have been efforts to change the rebels nickname completely, but the school says its staying the same. a family devastated after their special comfort bag is stolen-- they put it together for their young daughter fighting cancer... how police are going above and beyond their call to help the little girl. its coming up in now trending... greg adlibs weather fr tease chopper 13 fast and first.. over the top contender site for the new n-f-l stadium. officials are meeting in just hours and they could make a big decision on the stadium's future.. we're following it for you. good morning, coming up on gma,
coming together this morning to give us a fantastic forecast today through the weekend! sunny skies with highs ranging between 89 to 93 degrees will be common throughout the city with winds out of the west between 5 and 10 mph. low 90s with sunny skies and through saturday but by sunday, high temperatures re-range between 94 to 99 degrees and hold there through
weekend but by tuesday, a new low is pushing onto shore around the san diego area. this will pump in moisture to las vegas and breezy mph. humidity will rise to muggy conditions but as it stands, rain chances are too low to put in the forecast for the valley or surrounding areas. by wednesday, the low passes, sunny skies come back but the breeze will linger. high temperatures move back to the lower 90s. just in this morning...
thousand small s-u-vs because a software glitch can stop the vehicles software glitch can stop the vehicles from accelerating. this is for 2016 tucson models made from may 20th of 2015 to may 31st of this year. now the carmaker is issuing a recall.... ahead today.. las vegas city marshals and corrections officers are tackling the issue of excessive force. the officers are going through a 4- day training program on "u happening at the las vegas city hall. the goal is to teach officers how to resolve potentially dangerous conflicts without firing a weapon. the training is not open to the public, but they'll be giving the media a preview this afternoon. new details about the driver accused of intentionally running down three phoenix police officers with his car. we're now learning he's assaulted cops before. the man is now charged with
court appearance a judge denied him bail-- citing the "violent intentional act." the suspect's actions were cold and calculated as shown by the video. and according to court documents the man "elbowed and kicked" three officers during a traffic stop in 19- 97. he fled guilty to aggravated assault charges. all of the officers injured in the recent incident are now recovering-- only one is still in the hospital. another family tells us a miscommunication is leaving them with a lot less moey teenage boy's memorial service. javante stockard was killed earlier this month in an accidental shooting. the 19-year-old's family held a carwash fundraiser at alamo car wash near rancho and decatur. they say the business told them they would get half of all the sales during the designated time period-- but they claim... the manager changed it to only include people who specifically said they were there for the fundraiser. 05:07:53 charonda mascheri,
marques strickland, victim's and make sure not just the owner knows but that he's passed the word to his employees as well." the manager says he's been doing the fundraisers the same way for 11 years. the family tells us they want to share their story so others don't make the same mistake. if you want to get the new i-phone seven plus...you're out of luck. apple says they've already sold out globally in all colors. the smaller i-phone 7 is sold out in the new jet black color. phone are expected to arrive in store tomorrow twitter is expanding its video streaming content, and tonight is a crucial test. the social media platform will show the first of ten thursday- night football games. you'll need to download the new app that works with apple t-v, amazon fire and microsoft's x-box one. today could be a big day in getting an n-f-l stadium in the
newton says he wants to help bring the oakland raiders to las vegas! tmz sports recently caught up with wayne newton and he reportedly expressed interest about investing in the team. a texas woman's miscarriage is now part of a message of home for families struggling with infertility-- all thanks to a t-shirt and a facebook post. it's topping today's stories now trending. a rainbow baby is a term for a baby that's bor has a miscarriage. autumn safely says she's lost two babies-- but finally she's expecting a health baby boy. she wore this shirt while shopping that says right over her baby bump-- "you're looking at a rainbow." a photographer saw her and asked if she could take a picture of her-- because she too had recently had a miscarriage. she shared the photo on facebook with a short message. it's now been shared thousands of times this is something beautiful and
perseverance." autumn says she's proud her miscarriages have become her message and she knows they happened at the right place in time. this is 7 year old taylor burgess from colorado. right now she's battling leukemia... so she has to make unexpected trips to the hospital. her family put together a "comfort bag" full of games, toys, clothes an might need during her stay. they always keep it in their car, but recently someone stole it. an officer was reading the police report about the theft and wanted to make things right. he got the whole station to donate stuff for a new bag! they poured tons of stuff. they just gave gift certificates for the kids to go block. i got to turn on the lights of the car a dozen officers personally
ride in their patrol car. 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... a suspicious package was just found at the denver airport. i'm tracking the details as they're coming in-- i'll have that next. plus parker?
the west side of the denver international airport is shut down right now because of a suspicious item! police are investigating the item that was found near the passenger drop off. all morning long police officers surrounded a gas station in the north one person was put in handcuffs.. but he's walking free now. parker collins was first to the scene near cheyenne and buffalo-- parker you just spoke with that man? parker adlibs scene cash sele, was in cuffs 6:07:17-6:07:29 there's a robbery that happened you had
no i was sleeping in the front seat i thought we were getting gas... the next thing i'm now were surrounded by police and they're telling us to get out of the car our other big story this morning-- the future of the nfl stadium here in las vegas..could be decided in just a few hours. the stadium committee is meeting..with a big decision looming. marissa kynaston is live at unlv where the committee will meet this morning. she has a look at the issues they'll need address before a vote. the committee members are set to gather here in three hours to begin looking at three key
deal. the biggest is whether there will be a 39 percent limit on the public's contribution to the 65,000 seat stadium. developers say they will not agree to that... saying they need $750 million in public funding from the increased room tax. right now that makes up about 39 percent of the projected $1.9 billion cost. the committee is also asking for revenue sharing as part of another addition to the deal is a potential exemption for new or expanded ticket taxes for the stadium operator. and finally... the committee will consider a request from mayor carolyn goodman that the city of las vegas have a representative on governor. he would then have to decide if and when to call a special session of the legislature to finalize the deal.
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hd 5 hd 5 good morning, america. donald trump and hillary clinton release new details about their health, but is it enough? trump only shares his details with dr. oz. as he takes a swipe at clinton's stamina. >> you think hillary would be able to stand up here for an hour and do this? >> plus new information about hillary's recent illness as she returns to the campaign trail today. up in flames, the new video of a samsung phone exploding at a restaurant as the government says it's now investigating more models of the popular phone. samsung firing back overnight. breaking right now, capturing a suspected serial killer. a woman's terrifying 911 call as she's trapped with the suspect. >> i've been abducted. >> desperately pleading for help, the killer sleeping just feet away. >> is there any way you can get out of the building? >> i don't know without waking