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and north las vegas police need your help finding his killer. we're told the teenager was shot after midnight near lake mead and pecos. he was taken to umc trauma where he died. action news was fast and first to the neighborhood where detectives told us they are looking for a blue pick up truck that left the scene. they say the shooting does not appear to be accidental. we'll stay on top of this story and bring you the latest on air and online. we are also on news overseas -- at least one person is dead and 15 others hurt after an explosion near barcelona. these are the first images just coming in into our newsroom. the blast happened just before 8-30 am local time at a seven story apartment building in the city of premia de mar. most of the residents were asleep at the time and one person was spotted dangling naked from a window... right now at least 29 people are recovering after a massive scare in the heart of the biggest city in the nation. an explosion rocked manhattan
officials responded and said the explosion may have happened inside a garbage dumpster. overnight -- investigators founf another device...just blocks away. abc's ray raimundi...on the scene... with the latest overnight developments. nats - over scene video there was a huge explosion. and i saw the back window of an suv pop out and all the glass went into the street and my wife and i just looked at each other and ran up sixth avenue. new york city on high alert -- after an xp through manhattan --surveillance video obtained by m-s-n-b- c captures the chaos. "it felt like a lightning bolt struck the building. it like shook the ground. and everyone ran out of the restaurant. the whole city was in the street." (bill de blasio, mayor) "we believe at this point in time it was an intentional act." the explosion around 8-30 p-m in the chelsea neighborhood was in or near a
dozens of people were injured - "i'm willing to help --- come with me." (james o'neill, nypd commissioner) "we do have video and we see the explosion and we're going to use that to help in our investigation." natpop (richard quest)are we ok here for a second - no we're not so i'll have to... officials say a second device appears to be a pressure cooker with wires sticking out, and what looks to be a cellphone attached - and a piece of paper with some sort of writing. police confirm the device was investigation.. (juliette kayyem, cnn national security analyst) "because it was not detonated there might be fingerprints, there might be proof of purchase there might reporting. good morning las vegas! that was ray raimundi reporting. good morning las vegas! i'm parker collins in for lesley marin.
alert forecast with dan bronis. good morning dan! ((ad-lib)) hot and dry will continue to be the theme for the end of the weekend with high temperatures just under 100 sunday with sunny skies. 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 from an unstable atmosphere. by wednesday we will see less cloud cover and high temps will rise to the low 90s that day as as a system approaches from the pa most of the energy associated with this system will pass to our north, but it'll be close enough to keep us breezy light winds, dry conditions as well as highs around 90. another major developing story we're following this morning -- several people are recovering after being stabbed at a saint cloud minnesota mall. eight people went to the hospital with stab wounds.
the mall was on lock down all night. police say -- the man suspected of carrying out the stabbings -- died inside that mall. overnight officials say the attacker made references to allah hours after the explosions -- hillary clinton was back in new york from the campaign trail. she told reporters she'd been briefed. (hillary clinton/(d) presidential nomine) i've been briefed about the bombings in new york and new jersey and the attack in minnesota obviously we need to do everything we can to support our first responders also to pray for the victims. donald trump was holding a rally at the time and said he as well. a tragic accident in north carolina. a charter bus carrying a college footbal team -- crashes into a guardrail killing 4 people onboard. forty-two others were also hurt. police say a tire blew. the bus swerved and hit a guardrail. the side of the bus almost came
job for twenty three years now, um, i've seen my share and this is probably one of one of four individuals uh that will not live to see another day." the football team was made up of students -- from the ramah junior academy -- and clinton college. they play together on the same team. they were traveling to play the university of god's chosen. in arizona -- investigators are working to figure out what house. a pilot was taken to the hospital with burns. police say it happened during a parachute operation. witnesses say it looked like a scene out of a movie. 032 (mason paulette, gilbert resident) 'all the flame we just saw and i looked over and i saw just a ball of flames and it was going straight and it went straight down." the aircraft was carrying skydivers for a fair those skydivers escaped unhurt. back here at home -- right now metro needs your help tracking a robbery suspect,
right now. detectives say the man robbed multiple businesses in the valley. the first happened near rainbow and charleston. the others happened friday near sunset and sandhill. and on spring mountain near polaris. this morning a man is behind bars after an hours-long swat standoff. it happened at an apartment complex -- near u-n-l-v yesterday. the man inside armed with a machete. police tell us it began as a domestic dispute -- but quickly ramped up. we're told the victim is his pregnant girlfriend. she was able to get ot being injured, but she was taken to the hospital -- for unrelated medical issues. a motorcyclist was badly injured in a crash. police tell us the rider was taken to the hospital -- in serious condition after they rammed into the back of a truck -- near horizon and pacific. the rider is recovering right now -- at university medical center. also just into our newsroom the entire state of nevada just reopened! the southbound ramp from us-95 to i-15 was
project neon. the closure was expected to last through 10 this morning but ndot just told us it's back open now! this morning we have new details -- on that discrimination lawsuit against wynn las vegas. a veteran is suing the casino...what the wynn is telling us. plus -- you may not believe it -- but posting food pictures on social media can be a real business! ahead on good morning las vegas -- we'll introduce you to the group who make a living o a silly idea of posting food
condition. he asked for a different schedule but was refused. he claims -he was eventually suspended for accusing them of discrimination. the wynn sent us a statement 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." hot and dry will continue to be the theme for the end of the weekend with high temperatures just under 100 sunday with sunny skies. on monday, the day will start out clea, 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
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 will that day as well as thursday. drier conditions are expected thursday. however, the winds will pick up as a system approaches from the
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. ((ad-lib at desk)) -- why not head out to the greek festival today? they are wrapping up today! when good morning las vegas returns...we'll have a guest live in studio to tell you about the festival and yes he does have some amazing food we'll be right back on this
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.
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. but in washington, congressman joe heck voted against funding for rape kits. joe heck. lying about rape. part of the problem in washington. i'm catherine cortez masto
car. and you know what? if we're not buckled, our body is going to hit something." a woman in arizona has called police to teach her little daughter a lesson about seat belt safety. michelle fortin says her 3-year-old unbuckled her seat belt during a ride home. she then pulled over and explained to the girl why seat belts are important. but the mom later decided that the lesson needed to be reinforced. so she called police in scottsdale, who were more than "i guess it was an extreme choice on my part to call police, but i knew she was gonna remember it." so far it's working. her daughter camille promised the officers that she would always keep her seat belt on. some users may be most excited about the iphone 7's upgraded camera. for instagram stars -- getting that perfect shot of their food is the key to their success. and believe it or not-- instagramming food is actually a serious business. clare sebastian shows us why.
so alexa we've got our lunch, but we can't eat it yet right? (alexa mehraban, food instagrammer) we can't eat it yet, we have to style the table if you want to practice self- control -- just have lunch with one of new york's top instagram foodies. (alexa mehraban, food instagrammer) if the place is right i'll stand on the chair at 24 -- alexa mehraban is what's known as an instagram "influencer" her account "eatingnyc" has more than 200,000 followers -- clamoring for her latest... hashtag- foodporn... so much so that restaurants are attention. (alexa mehraban, food instagrammer) so a bunch of restaurants invite me and say we have a new menu and we'd like to have you come in because you haven't been here yet, they really want me to come in, try the food and share running pr for this restaurant chain -- she's also made close to 50 thousand dollars through instagram -- creating sponsored content for brands including oreos and kelloggs ... at our next stop...for icecream, naturally...instagram is about more than just
morgenstern's finest ice cream) it's a great way to track how our customers are interacting with what we do, how they respond to the flavors that we put on the menu - we adjust the menu based on things that people like more or less. (alexa mehraban, food instagrammer) is the pistachio pesto pink? yes. ok so i'll try the pistachio pesto (clare sebastian, new york) this is the trickiest of all i think because its dripping down my hand. (alexa mehraban, food instagrammer) this is like a shower the end result... in alexa's case at least... instagram has helped create (alexa mehraban, food instagrammer) i feel like i wanna put this closer to the light, so you can see the colors... it's like a croissant but its kind of taken to a new level and its super trendy. new york's instagram influencers are a close-knit community -- and eating dinner with them...well its nothing short of extraordinary nats (daryl zweben, food instagrammer) i think that restaurants are definitely more aware of having photogenic dishes. (jeremy jacobowitz, food instagrammer) people care
have. (alexa mehraban, food instagrammer) instagram is just an outlet that's let that passion for food to explode and after the day we've had...that's not the only thing about to explode... clare sebastian, cnnmoney, new york. we put the theory of food being the most popular on instagram we put the theory of food being the most popular on instagram to practice! take a look. this is our ktnv instagram account -- you see 39 likes on likes on the picture of an award we won....and a picture of ice cream got 86 likes! you can follow us at ktnv for all the behind the scenes moments. we're on top of breaking news -- a deadly overnight shooting in north las vegas. and -- at least 29 people recovering after an explosion rocks the chelsea neighborhood in manhattan.. the latest - ahead. and in the valley -- a group of
he was taken to umc trauma where he died. action news fast and first to the scene where detectives told us they are looking for a blue pick up truck that left the scene. we're continue to stay on top of this story and bring you the latest on air and online. we are also on top of breaking news overseas -- at least one person is dead and 15 others hurt after an explosion near barcelona. these are the first images just coming in into our newsroom. the blast happened just before 8-30 am local time at a seven story apartment building in the city of premia de mar. asleep at the time and one person was spotted dangling naked from a window... (mayor bill de blasio/(d) new york): "the early indications, the initial indications are that this was an intentional act." this morning we are on top of a major story developing as we speak. authorities in new york city are trying to figure out who set off a bomb in a popular neighborhood. at least 29 people were hurt -- with one in critical condition. the n-y-p-d bomb squad used a robot to safely remove this
that device -- appeared to be a pressure-cooker -- with tape and a cell phone attached. witnesses say they felt the ground shake. 10 - 20 eyewitness sot's while new york city mayor -- bill de blasio says -- the blast was an 'intentional' act he says -- right now -- there is no evidence -- of any the manhattan explosion comes after a pipe bomb exploded in a trash can in a new jersey beach town. the bomb exploded along the scheduled route of a charity run called the "semper five" to benefit u-s marines and sailors. no one was hurt. thousands lined up but a delay in registration put the start of the race behind schedule -- and may have averted bloodshed. suzanne miller resident 055 had the race... the fbi is now taking the lead
ou attempted act of terrorism that could have turned out far differently. they are also investigating whether the manhattan explosion is connected to this one. good morning las vegas! i'm parker collins in for lesley marin. let's get a check of your first alert forecast with dan bronis. good morning dan! ((ad-lib)) hot and dry will continue to be the theme for the end of the just under 100 sunday with south as the day progresses. it looks like chances for rain will start late monday and stick around through wednesday as moisture advances and tuesday will be mostly cloudy and high temps will drop to the upper 80s with breezy winds from an unstable atmosphere. drier conditions are expected thursday. however, the winds will pick up as a system approaches from the 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
now to your voice your vote in the race for president. donald trump is back on the campaign trail -- with questions trailing after him. the republican nominee has left people wondering over his abrupt about-face on president obama's birthplace -- which he followed with a startling suggestion about hillary clinton's bodyguards. abc's elizabeth hur has the latest. nats up trump: "not one more american life should be given up in the name of open borders." donald trump back on the stump -- and back on americans are needlessly victimized and killed.every day sanctuary cities are left in place, innocent americans are put in harm's way." on friday, trump seemed to suggest putting hillary clinton in harm's way -- by disarming her secret service detail.
away. she doesn't want guns. take their -- let's see what happens to her. // it will be very dangerous." it's not clear whether that's just campaign rhetoric. trump has accused clinton of opposing the second amendment -- which she denies -- though she wants more gun control. clinton addressed the congressional black caucus foundation. sot clinton tbd [possible track & sot] and president obama was there to back her up. sot obama tbd (nats up shouted questions in vain at trump) friday's abrupt reversal -- sot trump friday: "president barack obama was born in the united states. period." -- after years of suggesting president obama was not a natural born american. trump will have the chance to explain at the first presidential debate -- now just a week from monday. elizabeth hur, abc news, new york
say they got ripped off! they paid the registration fee for the mad margarita run...but there was no race. each person's entry fee was somewhere from 35 to 60 dollars. registration went through a website called active.com, and now all the runners we spoke to plan on writing emails to the site asking what's going on here. 193550 bob shearing, runner "i don't know what to think of it for f active.com did have a reputation i think as being a real organization, respectable, but this is not good obviously." active.com is more like an aggregator of races so when we tried to contact the organizers themselves, their website wasn't functioning so there was no way to get in touch. the famous activist erin brockovich joins some florida neighbors -- criticizing how a company handled a dangerous chemical leak. 200-million gallons of wastewater laced with
--through a massive sinkhole -- at a fertilizer plant. people there worry -- what will this do to their drinking water? (sot: melanie woods) the first word that comes to mind when you hear radioactive is cancer. (sot: amy gibson) i have kids, i don't want them drinking it if it is contaminated mosaic -- which operates the plant -- claims it warned the state back in august. the company says they're working around the clock to recover the toxic wastewater. but they warn -- the process could take months to complete. now to the latest on the health officials in miami beach are now expanding the transmission area -- nearly doubling it in size. this morning more aerial spraying is expected.. some people are more afraid of that than the virus. 036 i actually think....spraying butt to 057 we're scaeed of zika....all of the above health officials say spraying is safe and necessary to keep zika from spreading. they say a fifth of a sample pool of mosquitos came back zika positive... spraying today will only cover the original transmission zone...and not the newly
nv nat bottle broken, then siren :10 new on good morning las vegas -- the navy's newest warship was launched in wisconsin. the future u-s-s wichita splashed into the water at a shipyard in marinette. wichita is the so-called littoral combat ship, the newest class of vessels in the navy's arsenal. those ships are designed to operate close to shorelines, 035 (mayor jeff longwell, wichita, ks): "for almost 80 years, the uss wichita has been our tie and our claim to the "u-s-s" title after its commissioning. it's national pet-adoption weekend. each year -about seven-million cats and dogs -- enter shelters across north america. and some three-million healthy -- adoptable pets are put to sleep, today -- petsmart is holding a
across the country including here in las vegas. stores are open today from ten to six. habitat for humanity is making las vegas a better place to live. they're building their 108th home -- in the valley. this is near sunset -- and boulder highway. choice-center leadership university -- is paying for the entire project. and its volunteers -- will help build the home. 09:58:32:27-09:58:45:07 affordable home ownership or finding affordable housing in clark county is pretty severe right now. you have to make mroe than $18 an hour to be considered not a so it's truly difficult in our economy. the houses are not free. the future owners -- put in 300 hours of work -- building their home -- and others in the valley. they also take finance -- and home- ownership classes. happening today -- the cast of "jersey boys" will take its final bow..... at the paris. after more than -8- years the curtain will close..... for the last time today. if you have tickets..... after that date..
this morning darcy spears is taking us dirty dining! we've got a fresh new batch of gross in today's segment. if pink and brown slime isn't enough to disgust you.. you won't believe where hair was discovered in this valley restaurant you're watching good morning las vegas.. we'll be right back on this sunday morning. hot and dry will continue to be
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. ((ad-lib at desk)) enough.. so what about hair in the fridge? it's just one violation that contact-13 chief investigator darcy spears is about to expose in today's dirty dining.. it's at a location she's visited before. as soon as we walked in to pho d'licious... 31:38 d: yeah, we've been here before. we recognized the familiar surroundings at the vietnamese restaurant on spring mountain
33:40 d: did you take over from a previous restaurant? because we've been at this location before but it was called something else. ngoc tran: we're new. the owner is new. ngoc tran says pho d'licious took over in may, and they've already almost been shut down with a 39-demerit c grade. 32:32 nt: we have a lot of, like, bad credit in the kitchen because the kitchen staff at first didn't, like, wash hands properly. one food handler scratched the side of their head and then handled food. another handled raw beef then and clean bowls. there were also issues with the food. 32:43 nt: some of the food inventory--some of the milk we had--to be honest--expired exactly the day before thomas come in. thomas--with whom they're on a first- name basis--is the health inspector who she says is helping their staff understand the rules. 40:41 nt: they used to work in a lot of kitchens, so they just
rule, so that's why i told them, because health inspection here and health department here really cares about, you know, like, the health of customers so that's why we cannot violate it. they were preparing food in a sink next to dirty dishes. using a rusty cleaver. and keeping a container of cut leafy greens next to their hot water heater. 34:34 nt: fermented cabbage, yeah. darcy: why would it be stored in an electrical room? nt: i think the reason why they store it in the electrical room is because that room is way hotter. they need the heat to speed up the pickling process, but the that's simply not sanitary. inspectors also found bean sprouts labeled "wash before use" were not being washed at all, but taken directly from the bag to serve to customers. and in addition to dirty floors... 36:43 darcy: there was pink slime in the ice machine. there was brown slime on the citrus juicers. you don't want slime in your kitchen. nt: we... the ice machine is right here. we clean it like two months ago. which is clearly not enough. also, the spice shelf was greasy and there was hair on a
refrigerator. 33:09 d: why would someone's hair be in the refrigerator? nt: hair on the shelf? d: yeah, that was one of the violations. you know everybody freaks out about hair in their food. there was hair in the fridge. nt: to be honest, at that moment i wasn't here, so i didn't see, but they told me. visibly dirty wiping cloths were sitting on prep surfaces. one was stored on top of lettuce. and equipment held together with tape was not cleanable. ngoc tran says they're working to break the staff's bad habits. 40:57 nt: you say it's you contaminate the food for the customer? so that's why we have a long meeting with them for like the whole day after that. d: sounds like you're taking it very seriously. nt: i have to! i don't want to have another c grade, to be honest, so that's why we have to do our best to earn the a re-inspection later this week. darcy spears, 13 action news. we're following a lot of big stories today -- we'll be back with a recap and a final check
underway near vegas dr and cimmaron. it's domestic violence related suspect refused to come out started around 430. swat is on scene negotiating currently with the suspect right now a young man is dead and north las vegas police need your help finding his killer. we're told the teenager was shot after midnight near lake mead and pecos. he was taken to umc trauma where he died. action news was fast and fir detectives told us they are looking for a blue pick up truck that left the scene. they say the shooting does not appear to be accidental. metro needs your help tracking a robbery suspect, take a good look at your screen right now. detectives say the man robbed multiple businesses in the valley. the first happened near rainbow and charleston. the others happened friday near sunset and sandhill. and on spring mountain near olaris. within the past hour -- the
? ? shawn tempesta: welcome to the morning blend extra. i'm shawn tempesta. so does your home need major repair? do you need to sell quic for
cash? our next guest, lathe lavada, who's a real estate expert, investor and real estate broker for first prime realty group, is here to show us how he can buy your home for cash in a snap. here with more, lathe lavada. lathe, great having you, my friend. lathe lavada: thank you. shawn: so what types of homes are you buying, and what sellers are you buying from? >> i generally buy homes that are unwanted from sellers who need to sell quickly. generally, these homes need massive repairs and the seller can't complete them. shawn: so these aren't the "i just want to get a quick sale
got a lot of work to do here. let's just get out of it. lathe: exactly, a cash buyer needs to come in and purchase those homes. shawn: so at what point -- like what kind of sellers are you seeing? what situations are they finding themselves in? lathe: typically, the seller is facing some sort of hardship such as a job loss, a relocation, maybe they own an unwanted rental property, or maybe they've inherited a home from a family member who's passed away recently, and they just need to get rid of the property and move on quickly. shawn: absolutel i know with inspections and stuff like that, a lot of typical home-buying situations when there's a lot of repairs to be done, they won't even give you funding if you don't do the repairs before it closes escrow. you don't have to worry about that. you just come in as a cash buyer. lathe: right. many home owners don't want to buy these homes, and they can't buy these homes because like you said, the mortgage, it's impossible to get or very challenging to get. a lot of folks don't know if they have a bare floor, they can't close on a loan.
lathe: so there are certain things that need to be done and certain improvements that need to be done to the property sometimes that the seller just can't afford, where a cash purchase like myself is the only one that'll work for that particular property. shawn: so then you get the home, what do you do with these properties? lathe: i put them back on the market. i either keep them as rentals in my long term rental portfolio, or i'll put them back on the market for resale and sell them to loan buyers, and i like to make every situation a win win, so when these home buyers come to buy the property, they're getting a rehabbed property at the market value. shawn: absolutely. does the seller have to end up spending money on a real estate commission or no? lathe: there actually is no real estate commissions on the homes that i buy, and i also pay all of the seller's ordinary closing costs at close of escrow as well, and there's no costly fix-ups like we said, or repairs for the seller. this is an "as is" sale, so once i buy the home, the transaction is complete. there's no going back to the seller for anything, and i've
help with trash outs afterwards, and i just simply tell them, take whatever you need from the property, leave the rest and i'll handle it, so it makes it a very easy, nice, smooth transition for them. shawn: you rent the big dumpster. you just leave it, we'll take care of it. that's fantastic. uh, the typical home sale, you go through the normal mls deal, that could take 60, 90, 120 days or more. how quickly are you able to close on these properties? lathe: you know, i've closed properties in under three days before. shawn: wow! lathe: you know, every situation is different, every seller is different, so it's based on the seller's time frame and their situation and not mine, so we can accommodate whether it's fast or slow. i always say i want to buy your property, but i don't have to buy your property, so whenever you're ready is when we'll close on that transaction. shawn: now how do people know if this is the right option for them, how do they get in contact? lathe: you know the easiest way is to call my office for a 24-hour no-obligation offer. i have a three-step process. basically you call in, we'll give you an evaluation on the home, we'll come to a purchase
and take that to closing, and we do close it through a third party title and escrow company. shawn: that's important. lathe: it is, because you want to make sure the funds are there and you get paid as a seller, and by taking it through that third party, the seller's are insured to get their funds at closing. i actually just had a seller who called me the other day and said, how am i assured that i'm going to get those funds, and that i've heard horror stories. shawn: you don't want a post-dated check that doesn't ever clear or anything like that. you see those signs on the side of the road that doesn't have a business name on them, it's just a phone number. you're not a f operation. lathe: no, i'm actually a real estate broker and an agent as well, so i mean i do everything just as i'd do a normal transaction, but in this case i'm buying the home as a "for sale by owner" as a cash investor, and i like doing those deals. i get to help a lot of home owners move on from their properties. shawn: quick and easy, lathe, great having you. thank you so much. lathe: thank you. shawn: all right, if you'd like to sell your home for cash to lathe lavada, call 702-476-2000. the number's right there on your screen.
>> joel osteen: well, god bless you. thanks for letting us come into your homes. and if you're ever in our area, please stop by. be a part of one of our these are the finest people in all of houston, texas, right here at lakewood. we'd love to have ya. but thanks so much for tunin' in. i like to start with somethin' funny. and i heard about this elderly minister. he was close to death. he sent word for two of his members, an irs agent and a lawyer, to come to his house. upon arrival, he motioned for them to sit on each side of the bed. the men were very moved that they could be with the