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dead after an overnight crash. the crash happened just before one this morning near owens and eastern. police say the rider somehow overturned and was thrown off his bike. witnesses say the man was speeding and doing "wheelies". the victim was taken to umc where he died. as soon as we learn more details -- we'll pass it along to you, good morning las ... the time now is ... let's get started with a check of your first alert forecast with dan bronis. good morning dan! ((ad-lib)) warming temps, light winds and lots of sunshine will be the theme for the weekend. expect highs in the mid 90s on saturday and upper 90s on sunday. however, changes seem to be coming for the start to the workweek as moisture pushes in from the south and starts to bring more cloud cover on monday and chances for rain starting late in the day. monday will also be breezy with highs in the mid 90s. by tuesday the cloud cover
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wednesday with a bit less cloud cover and highs around 90. more changes arrive thursday as a large storm system approaches from the pacific northwest. most of the energy associated and breezy winds friday as it system drags cooler air into the region. breaking overnight -- tropicana avenue is back open after a the crash involved five cars in total -- one person died and metro says it was a chain reaction crash started by a bmw. that bmw ran a red light on tropicana the driver of the bmw died instantly. new this morning -- one person
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town overnight,. it happened just after two near cheynne and hollywood. metro says the victim is expected to be ok. also new overnight - an armed man ...who barricaded himself inside an amtrak train... was taken into custody. this happened just outside los angeles. the train was evacuated while police were in a standoff with the suspect. police say the suspect was allegedly threatening passengers. luckily-- everyone is okay. police officers and two civilians are recovering after being shot. a woman was also killed in the shootingthat is described as an ambush-style attack. this morning the search is on for a possible second suspect. police say one suspect was shot and killed...last night. there are still no details about what led to the shooting in the first place. the identities of the officers
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texas police officers were shot in fort worth. both are expected to be ok. one was shot in the chest...but he was wearing a bullet-proof vest. the other officer was shot in the arm. a neighbor says he saw the suspect's distraught family outside. (craig saddler/lives in neighborhood) "the guy's parents walked outside...and you could tell the mother looked pretty distraught...upset...just, weakened and he had his arm around her and looking back on it, it's not what i thought it the neighbor says the shooter appeared to be a man in his 40's. a las vegas motorcycle officers says he's lucky to be alive this morning. a man-accused of d-u-i-plowed right into him. it all happened at tropicana and durango. police say - early yesterday morning - david williams rear-ended a motorcycle cop - throwing him from his harley-davidson. a friend of the driver
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we told her the news. :49:07/lashee small/driver's friend "he's very sweet-he's a real big sweetheart. and he has a heart-a big heart. no matter what-you can be someone who'll stab him in his back and he'll still be there for you." eyewitnesses say williams- did take some repsonsiblity for his actions- staying with the officer until help arrived. police arrested him and charged him with driving under the influence of drugs. video ) - v1 a local uber driver says he ime was wrong when he got in his car to go to work.. so he decided to look over his home surveillance video. what he found was a young man.. rummaging through his car around 5:30 in the morning near summerlin parkway and town center. at one point.. it appears something spooks him and he runs from the car.. then returns a few seconds later. incredibly.. the car owner says nothing was taken. he also admits he left the car unlocked..
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wynn las vegas is being hit with a lawsuit accused of discriminating against a worker with post traumatic stress disorder. a u-s- army vet working as a security guard says... the company required him to work overtime which aggravated his condition. when he asked for a different schedule he says they refused to budge... he was eventually suspended for the wynn told us this was the it. hurry up, cause we only had three more seconds so i just ran across. (butted with) (sot) "my arms, my hands." in the blink of an eye ... an 11-year- old boy's life is changed. devon daigle was rushed to the hospital....after he was hit by a car... while walking home from johnson jr. high! police say... devon stepped in front of a
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there's no crossing guard at this busy intersection and the district doesn't provide rides for homes that are less than -2- miles away. until that changes---safety advocate erin breen has this advice. (sot erin breen, director, vulnerable road users project at unlv) from 2 to 4 pm, slow down, put your phone down, and expect a child to jump out in front of your car. devon is expected to be o-k. a summerlin neighborhood is afraid for their pets and grandchildren because of packs of coyotesoa neighbors say the wild animals have carried off at least a dozen small pets. no children have been attacked....but grandparents who live there aren't allowing their grandkids outside after dark. a meeting was called to discuss the problem with state wildlife officials. many people came away frustrated. 05:36:22 barbara hadzoglon, neighbor "learn to live with it, the coyote was here first." butt with 05:23:15 ken flaherty, neighbor "we were disappointed because there was no solution to the problem." one woman suggested setting
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a story now you asked us to investigate. a valley woman reached out to us after finding the graves of her mother and son covered in water.. and says the cemetary wasn't doing anything about it. alisa celis says her mother's grave marker has been sinking because of a busted sprinkler box next to it.. and her son's grave is often covered with mud. 22.42.43 last week was my mom's birthday 44 i couldnt even come here on her birthday, i had to her flowers and give her her balloons and stuff 50 and i still didn't get get no satisfaction out of what i came an employee at bunkers cemetary came out and promised take care of it.. and workers even began fixing the sprinkler box before we left. and now to possibly the biggest
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the interchange between -95- south and -15- south is closed for the next -36- hours. this is done so crews can prepare to demolish a bridge over symphony park drive. we tested several detours and here's the result. the marked detour will take you onto the 15 north to turn around at d street. it'll take you about 6 minutes.. you can also get off the 95 at valley view... way down to charleston to get on the 15 south. rancho was the quickest of those routes... at five and a half minutes. valley view took us a little over 7 minutes and mlk was slower at 10 minutes. another good thing to keep in mind is you will not be able to get on the 15 south from either rancho or mlk
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despite the popular belief -- amazon doesn't always have the best and lowest prices! up next -- we'll tell you about one amazon program you may not want to count on for the best deal.. so you don't waste your money. then -- a california woman has an uncanny tradition for winning at roulette. find out why you'll want to put your money down with her for a
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and all on her birthday.. 10-years apart. it started on leslie sategna's
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10-dollar bet on the number 16 at midnight on september 16th. he won. then she made the trip to las vegas on her 26th birthday and repeated the 10- dollar bet on 16 at midnight and won again. so.. when she returned for her 36th birthday.. she bumped her bet to a thousand dollars on '16' at midnight.. and guess what happened? third) leslie sategna, vegas birthday winner // 4:53 - :56 // "i saw that it was in 16 and the whole place just erupted. it was insane." that's a 35-thousand dollar winner. we did the math and the odds of hitting the same number three times are one in 54,872. leslie says she's already planning to come back on her 46th birthday and up the bet
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warming temps, light winds and lots of sunshine will be the theme for the weekend. expect highs in the mid 90s on saturday and upper 90s on sunday. however, changes seem to be coming for the start to the workweek as moisture pushes in from the south and starts to bring more cloud cover on monday and chances for rain starting late in the day. monday will also be breezy with highs in the mid 90s. by tuesday the cloud cover thicken and chances for rain will remain in the fo also, high temps will cool to the upper 80s. chances for rain will linger on wednesday with a bit less cloud cover and highs around 90. more changes arrive thursday as a large storm system approaches from the pacific northwest. most of the energy associated with this system will pass to
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windy conditions the area on thursday and breezy winds friday as it makes its exit. highs will top out in the low and mid 90s on thursday then in the upper 80s on friday as the system drags cooler air into the region. warming temps, light winds and lots of sunshine will be the theme for the weekend. expect highs in the mid 90s on saturday and upper 90s on however, changes seem to be coming for the start to the workweek as moisture pushes in from the south and starts to bring more cloud cover on monday and chances for rain starting late in the day. monday will also be breezy with also, high temps will cool to the upper 80s. chances for rain will linger on wednesday with a bit less cloud most of the energy associated with this system will pass to it will pass close enough to bring windy and mid 90s on thursday then in
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the region. if you live or drive by downtown las vegas -- you may have noticed preparations are underway for one of the biggest music festivals in the nation! when good morning las vegas returns our guests will join us live to tell you all about the highly anticipated life is beautoful...and why it's not just about music. where you get breaking news fast and first. stay with us. i'm really good at war. i love war in a certain way.
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nuclear, just the power the devastation, is very important to me. i want to be unpredictable, unpredictable, unpredictable, unpredictable.
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just about music-- because so much is going on to help ryan doherty and corey fagen ryan: what is life is beautiful music & art festival? corey: the festival has a large impact on the city and you guys are working to help revitalize the city with an event on tuesday.
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corey: what organizations are getting involved in the event on tuesday? corey: can you tell us about the mural that is being created for the corridor of hope? ryan: there are a lot of different aspects of life is
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tell us about the four pillars? ryan: the art program has really helped to shine a positive light on downtown las vegas over the years. what art program? ryan: if someone were to ask you why they should attend life is beautiful,
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if so, where? so much leading up to life is beautiful.. first the lighting of hope event will take place this tuesday in downtown las vegas. life is beautiful will be held the 23rd to the 25th also in downtown las vegas. for tickets visit...life is
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over 20,000 nevadans rely on planned parenthood 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. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising.
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[ted]i will call you donnie! [woman}who's donnie? [announcer]arco.quality top tier gas for less. what kind of person would misuse the topic of rape in a political campaign? joe heck, that's who. the truth is, as attorney general, catherine cortez masto led the fight against crimes like sexual assault and worked with republicans and democrats to make sure rape kits were administered for victims.
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ted against funding for rape kits. joe heck. lying about rape. part of the problem in washington. i'm catherine cortez masto and i approve this message. and... it usually has lower prices than most stores. but... sometimes that's not the case... and... you may be paying more. 13 action news anchor beth fisher shows a catch.... with one amazon program so you "don't waste your money." things you buy over and over again is with amazon's subscribe and save program. it automatically refills your orders for staples like detergent and trash bags. sure, that means no more running out of detergent, and no more empty toilet paper holder. but a new report claims there's a catch that could be costly. subscribe and save is similar to a netflix subscription. but there's one big difference: the cost is not always the same. the new york times says prices
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and that's leading to sticker shock, if you re-order on the wrong day. for example: folgers coffee was $6 in june. then it jumped to $12 in august. and then back down to $7 in september. unfortunately, you can't lock in a fixed rate with amazons subscribe and save program. the new york times says amazon's prices vary according to supply and demand. so you're at the mercy of their computer algorithms. save is convenient. but if you're looking to save your money, the only real option is to skip the automatic refills, and buy the items manually, while the price is right. otherwise, watch your credit card statement for unexpected price hikes. for 13 action news, i'm beth fisher, helping you so you "don't waste your money."> we're following breaking news -- a man is dead after crashing his motorcycle overnight -- the latest ahead.
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catching fire -- one of the biggest fears became reality. we'll explain what happened on board a flight that caused a major scare for all passengers and crew. and -- the busiest ramp in our state is closed right now! we're helping you avoid the mess! 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,
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busy week in politics -- from doctor's orders to the birther controversy. then --danger in the air. a smoking battery on board a delta flight and samsung finally issuing a recall. also for the first time the family of bobbi kristina brown is opening up after her boyfriend is found guilty of her death, but first -- a 23-year-old motorclyclist is dead after an overnight crash. one this morning near owens and eastern. police say the rider somehow overturned and was thrown off his bike. witnesses say the man was speeding and doing "wheelies". the victim was taken to umc where he died. 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)) warming temps, light winds and lots of sunshine will be the
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workweek as moisture pushes in from the south and starts to bring more cloud cover on monday and chances for rain starting late in the day. will remain in the forecast. also, high temps will cool to the upper 80s. chances for rain will linger on from the pacific northwest. most of the energy associated with this system will pass to our north, but it will pass close enough to bring windy and mid 90s on thursday then in the upper 80s on friday as the in the united states, period." donald trump tried putting the birther controversy behind him
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after five years of suggesting president obama was not born in the u- s.. trump came out and said obama was born in the united states.. "period." and right now taking a live look at bernie sanders speaking for hillary clinton. he said trump's birther conspiracy is nothing more than racism." he did not.. however.. apologize.. and said he didn't start it. it's been a busy week in politics. it started off with questions hillary clinton's health...and ended with donald trump appearing on the doctor oz's show. here's abc news political director rick klein with the wrap up of this week's events doctors orders - and russia, showing no love i'm abc's rick klein with the latest in politics this week campaigns sometimes stumble - but when a candidate wobbles, that's a big deal this cell phone video, with hillary clinton unsteady
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9/11 memorial event early, set off a week of medical information and speculation nats - candidates talking about health clinton acknowledged a pneumonia diagnosis that led to lightheadedness - but saying she feels fine now?and providing a doctor's report to back that up. bill clinton/chelsea/or hrc sot from thursday - "i'm doing great, thank you so much." donald trump provided fewer details of his own health - but on dr. oz's show to tout his fitness - plus his health goals trump sot: could lose a few pounds but trump is also attacking clinton's stamina trump sot wed night: you think hillary would be able to stand up here for an hour and do this? for more campaign drama, thank the russians - just maybe. hackers linked to the russian government released new documents from inside the democratic national committee -
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private email account the emails show powell calling trump an 'international disgrace' - trump tweeting in response that he was never a powell fan anyway with barely a week before the first debate, the polls are tightening. look for both candidates to establish new storylines for the face to face encounters senate minority leader harry reid continuing his war of words against donald trump. "not slim and trim..." and criticized trump on the senate floor calling him a "spoiled brat.." "a con artist..." and... a "human leech." in an interview with c-n-n' yesterday reid again.... attacked trump. "he is one of the most unbelievably immoral people i've ever heard deal with politics." trump responded to the "slim and trim" comment in a
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interview.... saying.... "i think he should go back and start working out again..... with his rubber work-out pieces." referring.... to an exercise band.... that snapped... and blinded reid... in one eye. new this morning -- for the first time we're hearing from the family of the late bobbi kristina brown -- after a judge found her boyfriend- nick gordon-responsible for her death. leolah brown muhammad brown's aunt 40:36-40:38 "this boy murdered my niece. he murdered her." butt to 127 leolah brown muhammad brown's aunt 41:50-41:55 "i wan some justice. something has to happen and it has to happen soon." attorneys representing brown's estate made it clear that this is not a criminal case but rather a civil case. they say they must next prove the value of brown's life. they are suing for 50 million dollars in damages. gordon was found guilty after failing to appear in court yesterday. kristina brown died in 2015 after she was found unresponsive in a bathtub in her home. this morning a new york city
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after being sliced with a meat cleaver! detective brian o'donnell was off- duty yesterday when he noticed the suspect... akram joudeh (joe-duh) trying to remove a boot from a car he was apparently living in. officer first tried a taser...but that's when the suspect attacked them. 027 as we were pursing him he has the cleaver in his hand and you can clearly see it and he's waving it around butt to 038 the detective was struck in the head by the cleaver causing an his temple about down to his jaw joudeh has a lengthy rep-sheet now to that samsung note 7 mid-air scare. a spare battery -- got overheated and filled the plane with smoke. the plane safely landed in atlanta yesterday. this comes as the company formally recalls the faulty phones. the latest incident is just one of dozens where phones caught fire or even exploded.
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probably more than anything else butt to sot john nance: 041 if people start not complying, or if we suspect this, or if i as a pilot, suspect it, than it is time to ban them completely. there are still 800 thousand samsung note 7's in circulation in the u.s. neither the faa nor airlines have ordered an outright ban. however -- note 7 owners are being warned with in flight announcements. the biggest night in television and coming up on good morning las vegas -- we have an inside scoop of who is expected to win big...and what this year's biggest achievement is! now here's yasmeen hassan with a look at how to avoid that major closure on the the spaghetti bowl. the nevada department of transportation (ndot) will be closing the southbound u.s. highway 95 to southbound interstate 15 ramp in las vegas from 10 p.m., september 16 until 10 a.m., september 18. it's the busiest ramp in the state, seeing 3,100 vehicles per hour during peak use hours.
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to shift the ramp lanes east in preparation of an interstate 15 bridge demolition crossing symphony park drive that will occur next weekend as part of project neon. motorists are encouraged to avoid the area or follow the signed detour, which will reroute traffic north onto interstate 15, using exit 76a to the d street exit. project neon is a nearly $1 billion investment that will widen a 3.6-mile stretch of interstate 15 between sahara signage, and take alternate routes, if possible. check the project neon website (ndotprojectneon.com) or facebook, linkedin, and twitter (6366). the project neon public
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? ? ? isaac hou has mastered gravity defying moves to amaze his audience. great show. here you go. now he's added a new routine. making depositing a check seem so effortless. easy to use chase technology, for whatever you're trying to master. isaac, are you ready? yeah.
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cleaning a stretch of highway in virginia. his name is henry wakley and he takes care of the road through the adopt-a- highway program. he says it's a lot of fun... people honk, wave and sometimes stop to take pictures. ( henry wakley/ adopt here and dress up because it makes people smile driving by. galaxy." someone apparently alerted police that "batman" was walking along the highway, but officers cleared up the confusion that it was actually darth vader, using the force for good, not evil. warming temps, light winds and lots of sunshine will be the
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expect highs in the mid 90s on saturday and upper 90s on sunday. however, changes seem to be coming for the start to the workweek as moisture pushes in from the south and starts to bring more cloud cover on monday and chances for rain starting late in the day. monday will also be breezy with highs in the mid 90s. by tuesday the cloud cover thicken and chances for rain will remain in the forecast. also, high temps will cool to chances for rain will linger on wednesday with a bit less cloud cover and highs around 90. more changes arrive thursday as a large storm system approaches from the pacific northwest. most of the energy associated with this system will pass to our north, but it will pass close enough to bring windy conditions the area on thursday and breezy winds
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and mid 90s on thursday then in the upper 80s on friday as the system drags cooler air into the region. warming temps, light winds and lots of sunshine will be the theme for the weekend. expect highs in the mid 90s on saturday and upper 90s on sunday. however, changes seem to be coming for the start to the workweek as moisture pushes in bring more cloud cover on monday and chances for rain starting late in the day. monday will also be breezy with highs in the mid 90s. by tuesday the cloud cover thicken and chances for rain will remain in the forecast. also, high temps will cool to the upper 80s. chances for rain will linger on
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highs around 90. more changes arrive thursday as a large storm system approaches from the pacific northwest. most of the energy associated with this system will pass to our north, but it will pass close enough to bring windy conditions the area on thursday and breezy winds friday as it makes its exit. highs will top out in the low ((ad-lib at desk)) this weekend the best of the best in televion are gathering in los angeles. they will be honored at the annual emmy awards. while some shows are obvious winners...there are others to watch out for! stephanie elam has a look at what to expect
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("veep") and elections ("people vs. oj simpson") and o-j. ("people vs. oj simpson") the emmy awards celebrate the year's biggest achievements in television, and this year's nominees could not be more varied. (game of thrones) "my reign has just begun." all eyes are on "game of thrones". the h-b-o saga is the most nominated program of the night, with 23 total noms. writer, the hollywood reporter) "it is pretty much a foregone conclusion that game of thrones is going to reign supreme on emmy night." thrones vies for its second consecutive best drama series win, facing off against ... the americans, better call saul, downton abbey, homeland, house of cards, and newcomer mister robot (veep) "this is the comedy side. the julia louis-dreyfus snow nabbed 17 nominations. (michael o'connell/senior writer, the hollywood reporter) "everyone loved last season and i think it's a favorite to win
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competition for best comedy series ... with black-ish, modern family, silicon valley, transparent and netflix favorites master of none and unbreakable kimmy schmidt. (people vs. oj simpson) "something big's happening here." with 22 nominations, "the people vs o-j simpson" is the one to watch in the limited series categories. the critically acclaimed drama stars oscar winner cuba gooding junior as the trouble-plagued former athlete. (michael o'connell/senior writer, the hollywood reporter) "i honesty emmys will be like the formal coronation for "the people vs. oj simpson". no show has been more talked about, more universally praised." (jimmy kimmel) "history's greatest invention is this, the television." and for the second time as emcee, jimmy kimmel will host the small screen's biggest night. expect the late night comedian to let the zingers fly. (michael o'connell/senior writer, the hollywood reporter) "i think that everyone is fair game and people will be mercifully mocked." we'll find out who has the last laugh at
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that was stephanie elam reporting. you can watch the ceremony tomorrow night right here on channel 13. it all starts with countdown to the emmys: red carpet at 4-30 pm. the ceremony then starts at 5. we're following a lot of big stories this morning -- we'll be back with a recap and a final check of your first alert forecast. now here's j-j snyder with some fun things to do around town! downtown las vegas these days and we have a three great things on this week's list of 13 things to do in las vegas. head to the neon museum on saturday afternoon and make a miniature sign with the fall artist in residence mikayla whitmore. there will be three sessions on saturday afternoon. space is limited though and reservations are required. on saturday night, the counting crows and rob thomas, who rose
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wonderland and rob thomas will sing some of his biggest hits. if that's not enough, one epic night at the plaza hotel and casino features audience favorites from shows like america's got talent, american idol and the voice. the show hasn't been open long but we've heard it's a real blast. if you want to see the full list of 13 things to do this week in las vegas, just head to k-t-n-v dot com. i'm jj snyder and i will see you next week. before we go here is a look at
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one this morning near owens and eastern. police say the rider somehow overturned and was thrown off his bike. witnesses say the man was speeding and doing "wheelies". the victim was taken to umc where he died. as soon as we learn more details -- we'll pass it along to you, tropicana avenue is back open after a deadly crash last night. the crash involved five cars in
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hospital. one of those has serious injuries. that bmw ran a red light on tropicana starting the crash, the driver of the bmw died instantly. the interchange between -95- south and -15- south is closed -36- hours. this is done so crews can prepare to demolish a bridge over symphony park drive. you can find a complete list of ways to avoid the closure on ktnv dot com. thanks for joining us this morning. don't forget we are always online at ktnv dot com and our
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don't forget to download the all new 13 action news app. you can stream all of our newscasts live and around the i'm catherine cortez masto and i come from a big family. a whole lot of people. a whole lot of love. and a whole lot of food. my dad's family was from mexico. my mom's was from italy. 60 years ago they met here in nevada and we grew as a family
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but he went on to be the head of tourism for las vegas and helped build the city we know today. dad lived his life following three principles, work hard, be honest and respect everyone, that's what i tried to do as attorney general. catherine took on the big banks when they preyed on homeowners. and forced them to pay one point nine billion dollars to nevadans. she became a national leader in protecting children from sex traffickers. and passed laws to keep seniors safe from crooked scams. we need more of in washington? >> welcome to the morning blend extra. i'm sean tempesta. it's basic math really.
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so what tools put together that equation? well, here's a gentleman that's going to explain it for you. gia graduate gemologist neil sackmary with nevada coin mart. great having you back, neil. >> thanks, man, it's saturday, and i was good at math. you know what i mean? and it does, it's a great question and a great answer. >> here we go. i was not very good at math, so help me. show me how stuff and junk can equal cash. >> let's say this. a lot of people don't want to say it but here's where the situation is. a lot of my clients come into my store and the daughters, they hate the husbands. the sons, they hate the wives, the grand kids, they're hooked on stuff that they don't want to mess around with and they're gonna sell their stuff for 25 cents. don't let this happen. downsizing or decluttering? come and see me, i'm neil sackmary. that's the first thing. you know, family, i had a lady the other day, she came in literally and sold me her gold because she didn't want her family fighting over it. >> that happens a lot. >> this happens a lot and it's sort of in a way it's not morbid
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reality. >> of course, you can't split a ring four ways. >> so, if you have stuff and everybody has it, come in and see me. now, the important thing is this, as i look directly into the camera i am looking at you, so when you come in and see me, you're gonna deal directly with me and i'm gonna see you. so when you come in, i'm open 365 days a year from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., every single day. i'm open tomorrow, sunday, i'm the important thing is this. you can call right now or you can come by. i am a diamond expert. i am a rolex expert. i buy any type of jewelry -- gold, silver and costume jewelry. >> absolutely. so let's talk about some of the stuff that we have in front of us here. i mean, really, it runs the gamut from flatware to jewelry to coins and bullion. >> absolutely. here's a bunch of costume jewelry, here's a bunch of gold jewelry that's mixed in. >> and that's the thing. a lot of people they might think
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>> absolutely. and i do that every day. like most people don't, you know what i mean? like i'm the largest gold buyer in las vegas, but i buy costume jewelry because i know what to do with it. most people look at it and they say, you know, they go to the gold buyer and they go, oh, we want to sell our stuff and the gold buyer doesn't know. listen. the gold buyer, he knows about gold. he might be in business for 30 or 35 or 40 years, or whatever he wants to claim, but he's a gold buyer. an expert is a person that can stand up in a court of law. i am a graduate gemologist. i can stand up in a court of law as an expert. that means that when you come in and see me and you want to sell a diamond, you sell a diamond to an expert, not somebody that thinks that they're in the business or whatever. that's not an expert. when it comes to coins, you know, here's some proof sets, mint sets, 100-ounce silver bars, silver eagles, silver dollars, junk silver, 90% silver, currency, collectibles. when you want to sell it neil sackmary and nevada coin mart,
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>> absolutely. this is, i mean, you almost broke our table with it. >> absolutely. i like to throw it across the room. you know what i mean? it'd be like fun, to just play like volleyball or something. >> it'd be a very deadly game that we'd be playing. >> it would be. >> and you're open seven days a week, 9:00 to 6:00 everyday. 9:00 to 6:00, when you come in you're gonna see me. that's the important thing. >> it's not like some of those commercials where you see the person but you never see them inside the store. >> if the company you're going to has a paid actor then there is something fishy going on. if a business owner does not want to stand up for their busi go there. you want to go to the man, the myth and the legend, and that's neil sackmary. you come in and see me. i'm open 365 days a year. >> we gotta get a bronze statue of you. >> i agree with you 100% on that, right in the front of my store, just like i have at glaziers and just like i have in my store it's a full-sized cardboard cutout. if i can have one of those in the front of my store, it'd be fantastic. >> really quickly, the special. sell $200 worth of stuff, you
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glazier's. fantastic. >> greatest gifts, greatest supermarket ever, i can't say enough, and again, hypnotically tranced i'm speaking to you as you're sitting there. get up off the sofa, get up out of bed, stop what you're doing. come and see me. it's saturday. it's the greatest day to sell things. the only other day to sell things are the other six, and you can come in and see me on those days too. >> neil, it's great having you, buddy. thank you so much. wave. >> a major wave, bye, bye! >> y stuff and junk equals cash. and nevada coin mart, that's the place to do it on jones at flamingo. for more information about them just head to the website or call the number listed. you are in a trance. you will go there today.
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