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tv   Action News Special Edition  ABC  September 17, 2016 11:35pm-12:00am PDT

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the number of injured in that one in critical condition. the n-y-p-d bomb squad -- used a robot -- to safely remove a suspicious device -- just blocks away from the explosion. that device -- appeared to be a pressure-cooker -- with tape and a cell phone attached. and -- a senior counter-terrorism official says -- investigators have not found anything connecting this explosion -- to the blast earlier today -- in seaside park, new jersey. new york city mayor -- bill de blasio says -- the blast was an 'intentional' act. but -- he says -- right now --
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link to terrorism. swat teams -- surround an apartment complex this afternoon -- after a man barricades himself inside with a machete. it happened -- near tropicana and tamarus. 13-action news reporter -- marti glaser has the latest. sot44135- 44138 a guy in the apartment with a machete. it was an unnerving afternoon for people at an apartment complex off of east flamingo and tamarus . metro says they got a call around noon of a domestic causing .... tape off the perimeter of the apartment complex for hours. daymien boykins lives a few doors down and heard all the commotion. and he says it was a first . 00:01:0210107 all the noise all thearguing back in forth and then i heard glass break and i was looking around like what id going on . 010710 metro says ...after a brief struggle - the suspects girlfriend, who is nine months pregnant, was able to escape.
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the suspect -- believed to be in his mid twenties into custody. as for the victim-she wasn't wynn las vegas-- slapped 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. he says -- that aggravates his condition. the sec different schedule. but -- he says they refused to budge. he claims -- he was eventually suspended -- for accusing them of discrimination. today -- we received a statement from the wynn -- saying the suit was filed -- three years after their last communication on the matter. it goes on to say -- the veteran didn't get the medical certification -- regarding his condition. and -- quote -- "eventually --the employee resigned. he was not terminated." live look outside right now. looks like another beautiful night in the valley.
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meteorologist -- karla huelga. hot and dry will continue to be the theme for the rest of the weekend with high temps just under 100 tomorrow and sunny skies. on monday, the day will start out clear, but we'll get a push of clouds and moisture from the south as the day progresses. it looks like chances for rain will start late monday and stick around through wednesday as moisture advances monday and stick around through wednesday settles into the area. don't forget -- road crews --
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ramp -- from us-95 to i-15. if you have to drive through that interchange -- you'll have to follow detour signs. the road work is part of project neon. the closure is expected to last -- through 10 tomorrow morning. amazon may be your number-one choice -- when it comes to on-line shopping. but it doesn't always have the lowest prices. we'll tell you about one amazon program -- you may not want to count -- on for the best deals. and -- a mom admits -- she ma her daughter a lesson -- about staying in her seat during a car ride. we'll let you decide -- if you'd do the same. and -- don't forget to download -- the all new 13-action news app. it features live streaming -- video on demand -- and incredible weather radar. it's free in the app store -- and in google play.
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but that isn't always the case. 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.
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$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. there's no doubt subscribe and 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, wt card statement for unexpected price hikes. for 13 action news, i'm beth fisher, helping you so you "don't waste your money."> karla -- do you know that old song -- harvest moon? okay -- i'll sing it for you. nah -- just kidding. i have a terrible voice. but 13-first-alert meteorologist -- karla huelga -- has a wonderful forecast. hot and dry will continue to be the theme for the rest of the
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under 100 tomorrow and sunny skies. on monday, the day will start out clear, but we'll get a push of clouds and moisture from the south as the day progresses. it looks like chances for rain will start late monday and stick around through wednesday as moisture advances and settles into the area. highs on monday are still expected to top out in the mid and upper 90s. tuesday will be mostly cloudy and high temps will drop to the upper 80s with breezy winds from an unstable atmosphere. by wednesday we will see less rise to the low 90s that day as well as thursday. drier conditions are expected thursday. however, the winds will pick up as a system approaches from the pacific northwest. most of the energy associated with this system will pass to our north, but it'll be close enough to keep us breezy through friday and drop high temps back to the upper 80s that afternoon. by saturday we will be back to light winds, dry conditions as well as highs around 90.
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start out clear, but we'll get a push of clouds and moisture from the south as the day progresses. it looks like chances for rain will start late monday and stick around through wednesday as moisture advances and settles into the area. highs on monday are still expected to top out in the mid and upper 90s. tuesday will be mostly cloudy and high temps will drop to the upper 80s with breezy winds from an unstable atmosphere. by wednesday we will see less rise to the low 90s that day as well as thursday. drier conditions are expected thursday. however, the winds will pick up as a system approaches from the pacific northwest. most of the energy associated with this system will pass to our north, but it'll be close enough to keep us breezy through friday and drop high temps back to the upper 80s that afternoon. by saturday we will be back to light winds, dry conditions as
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start out clear, but we'll get a push of clouds and moisture from the south as the day progresses. it looks like chances for rain will start late monday and stick around through wednesday as moisture advances and settles into the area. highs on monday are still expected to top out in the mid and upper 90s. tuesday will be mostly cloudy and high temps will drop to the upper 80s with breezy winds from an unstable atmosphere. by wednesday we will see less cloud cover and high temps rise to the low 90s that day as well as thursday. drier conditions are expected thursday. however, the winds will pick up as a system approaches from the extreme. why -- she says -- she needed
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daughter stays in her seat-- while they're in the car.
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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.
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michelle fortin says -- her 3-year- old -- camille --unbuckles her seat belt -- during a ride home. fortin pulls over -- and explains to her daughter -- why seat belts are important. but the mom later -- decides -- the lesson needs to be reinforced. so -- she calls police in scottsdale. they are more than happy -- to come and back her up. choice on my part to call police, but i knew she was gonna remember it." so far -- fortin says -- it's working. litttle camille -- promises -- she'll always keep on her seat belt. we'll be back witha final look -- at your wake-up -- weather forecast. stay with us. tuesday will be mostly cloudy [ted]quality top tier gas helps keep engines clean.hmm... [robot]i have helped keep your engine clean. [ted]i will call you donnie!
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well as thursday. drier conditions are expected thursday. before we leave you for the night -- here's what we know about the developing situation in new york city. 29 people --are injured -- in the chelsea-neighborhood explosion. and the n-y-p-d bomb squad -- successfully removed a suspicious device -- that looked like a pressure cooker -- just blocks away from that
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haven't found anything connecting it to the earlier blast in new jersey. and new york city mayor -- bill de blasio says -- the blast was an 'intentional' act. we'll continue to follow the developing situation -- starting at five on good morning las vegas. that does it -- for this edition of 13-action news -- live at 11. we're always on -- at ktnv.com --and on our mobile app. our next reports begin at 5 a-m -- on good morning las vegas. thanks for watching. and from all of us -- at channel 13 -- good night. coming up on action news live
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