tv Action News 11pm ABC September 20, 2016 11:00pm-11:35pm PDT
carla? angry demonstrations have been going on in uptown charlotte for hours now. right now police say at least 12 officers have been injured...hit by rock throwing protesters who also blocked roads flipped police cruisers. officers in riot gear are using tear gas to disperse the crowds. and... we're following.... a breaking news story.... here at home.... roads are shut down.... in summerlin.... after a deadly crash. this is near.... hualapai and alta. police tell us.... a man.... on a dirt bike was speeding.... ran a red light..... and then... hit the door... of an s-u-v. the impact was so fierce... he flew into the window.... and hit the driver. 00:06:45:29- 00:06:58:12 sgt. richard strader from what we're being told by our patrol officers out there, is this has become a problem out here with dirt bikes.. where they shouldn't be."
fatality.... in the valley... this year. (anc sot, 50:39, helene hill, adoptive daughter)(feeding back) he's really gone... like he really is gone like.. and it's hard for me to accept that we're watching another tragic story unfolding tonight at a home near tropicana and paradise where metro is investigating a brutal double murder. according to friends.... the victims were married.. an killed by someone.... they were trying to help. -13- action news reporter.... mahsa saeidi has the interviews you'll see only on action news. mahsa. adlib (package) (helene hill, sot, 50:21) he touched so many peoples lives. (track)(baby kiss pic) including hers...the little girl....kelly naples met
hill....all grown up...dealing with the greatest loss of her life. (helene hill, sot 50:48) no matter what surgeries he's ever had car accidents anything he always recovered and he was there again..it's just. it's really over this time. (track)(vic pic, crying relatives) loved ones say...kelly and his wife robin....were brutally attacked and killed. grieving....they gathered outside the couples home.... they say.... the suspect was a roomate. (helene hills, 51:29) he had drug issues, but my dad didn't until he got on his feet and he kills him like who does that. (track) helenes mom....the woman in this picture ... knew not just the victims... but also the alleged killer...a man she once dated. (mary may 35:59) i could see something funny in his eyes he just did not look right to me. (track) she witnessed the attack...because she happens to live next door. in fact...she turned to the couple for help...after the suspect broke into her home. 38:22 when i came out the door and i was yelling for them, that's when he started just
(track) no one ever saw the couple alive again. now a daughter...trying to be strong...and honor the legacy of the most important man in her life. (55:52) i have a great loving family cousins aunts everything and i'm so thankful for him because he opened up all that for me ###the end "flash bang nats." a -5- plus hour standoff.... is finally over. metro officers had to go in.... and.... get the robbery suspect..... near russell and grand canyon. 13 action news reporter.... bryan callahan has been at the scene all night... and.... joins us live with the details.... of how it all went down.
arrested the suspect around 9:20. this after setting off at least five flash bangs that we counted over about an hour and a half period. this as they tried to get the man police say jumped across the counter at a nearby convenience store and grabbed cash. they tracked him to the complex here... with all of the swat vehicles keeping neighbors out of their home for hours. most were happy to hear the suspect was finally arrested. (double out) "everyone out here is been pretty cool. pretty calm. i'm just ready to go home. i'm just ready to go home." police did not give any updates on the person of interest they arrested earlier in the day. reporting live, bryan callahan, 13 action news. we're going to take you outside right now for the latest on another developing story.
head for work in the morning. 13-first alert chief meteorologist bryan scofield is tracking this storm right now in the weather center bryan. tonight...increasing clouds...lows 72 to 75 on the west side of the valley...73 to 77 on the east side. south winds up to 10 mph shifting to the southwest to 30 mph after midnight. .tuesday...mostly cloudy with a chance of showers. mostly in san bernardino and mohave counties. highs 81 to 84 on the west side of the valley...83 to 87 on the east side. southwest winds up to 10 mph mph in the afternoon. .tuesday night...mostly cloudy in the evening then becoming partly cloudy. lows 67 to 72 on the west side of the valley... 66 to 71 on the east side. south winds 15 to 25 mph. we are staying on top of developments..... involving those bombing attacks.... in new york and new jersey.
filed.... several new charges..... against ahmad ra-himi... including.... using a weapon of mass destruction. also tonight.... federal officials confirm.... that they had been warned..... about accused bomber... ahmad ra- hami..... who is seen in this surveillance footage... allegedly about to plant bombs..... in his suitcase and backpack. those warnings..... came from his own.... father 21-25 mohammad rahami: i called the fbi two years ago. reporter: what did you tell them" mohammed rahami: i told them you got a connection with this guy. the allegations came after his son's.... y to pakistan but the f-b-i says... the father later recanted.... and his son was never questioned.... by the f-b-i. we're also learning that authorities found a journal.... on ra- hami after the shootout with police. it contained... anti-american rants... and praise... for an al qaeda leader.... linked to a number of terror plots.... in the u-s. we're getting new details tonight on the man accused of a double shooting at a parking structure at mccarran airport. police now say 68-year old jeffrey brown was the estranged husband of the female victim.
when they were ambushed. both are recovering at sunrise hospital. brown was caught and arrested a few hours later at the v-a hospital in north las vegas. he's now facing 2 counts of attempted murder. police are investigating an armed robbery near o'callaghan middle school. according to investigators.. 3 young men jumped out of a car and robbed someone this afternoon at owens and hollywood boulevard. the victim wasnt hurt.. but police say the robbers may have had a gun.. and co carjacking this morning. new tonight... a henderson woman's american flag is flying high again..... after she says.... it was vandalized and stolen.... she says.... the vandal saw her pro-police flag in the yard... so... she decided to rip down.... the american flag. 13 action news reporter.... gina lazara.... has the story. old glory is flying high... in front of ashley tindle's henderson home. ashley tindle, had her flag vandalized "they did the
yards" but she wasn't always this big and beautiful. just three weeks ago -- ashley had a very small american flag on a wooden pole -- flying above her front door. ashley tindle, had her flag vandalized "then i just heard a big crack and this whole thing ....this is what the big crack was" ashley says this woman -- suzanne romero --- rang her before throwing it on the ground in a neighbors yard. ashley tindle, had her flag vandalized "i was furious. i was emotional. and i actually...i got emot i was like how could you do that? that's my property. that's my home." ashley says the alleged vandal told her she did it -- because of this "back the badge" pro-police flag she has in her landscaping. ashley tindle, had her flag vandalized "your beliefs or your religion....you have the right to believe in that and i'm not going to judge you so why judge me for what i have on new flags... an american flag and a back the badge flag. gary gardner, american breed leader "our little motto is one
someone, maybe they will pass that along or others will see it and it will get passed along" so they raised 400 bucks -- bought the flags --- and installed the pole over the weekend. gary gardner, american breed leader "if they don't like your 5 foot flag, we're gonna put a 20 foot flag. if they break your wooden stick, we're gonna put a steal stick" ashley tindle, had her flag vandalized "that's what i believe in and that's what i vandalizing the american flag was arrested for petit larceny and is still behind bars tonight. she is expected to be heard in court tomorrow morning. your voice.. your vote in the race for the white house. election day is only 7 weeks from today.. and according to our new exclusive 13-action news/ rasmussen poll.. nevada is living up to its reputation as a battleground state. 13-action news political analyst jon ralston has a look at the latest numbers.. giving donald trump a slight edge. nevada, again is one of the most important states in the race for the president...polls...
42-percent clinton 39-percent and in what's expected to be one of the most watched senate race in the country -- our exclusive 13 action news ralston reports numbers showing if the race were held today, 44-percent candidate, with 11- percent not sure. we're also seeing how changing the wording on a poll can make a difference in the outcome. last night.. we released our exclusive 13-action news survey which showed 52% against raising room taxes to generate 750-million dollars to help pay for the proposed nfl stadium. tonight.. we'll share the results of a sands poll that phrased the question a little differently. in that survey.. they asked 'based on what you know today.. do you support or oppose the las vegas dome project that is paid for with less than a 1-percent increase in las vegas
room tax increase. we spoke with a unlv political science professor about the drastic difference. 01:34 in this case, if you looked at the questions, they're very different questions. one of them uses the raiders and gives the total public contribution of $750 million dollars, the other one just talks about a domed stadium and talks about the small increase in the room tax. 01:51: so it's very very different prompts that people are going to be cueing on if th issue. you can see the results of both polls at ktnv.com. a world war-2 vet says he being held hostage by his country club that won't let him leave. 1:45 martha: it doesn't make sense to me, i mean, what do they want him to do? wind up dead and then he can resign? bury my son 12 i dont want to bury my son for the negligence of ofthers 21.17
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 and i approve this message. charlotte ...what you are actually seeing is i-85. and as you can see that is dozens of people actually blocking the road....some cars have been turning around going in the opposite direction to avoid protestors.. police have been using tear gas to try to thin the crowds but still a lot of people out there. a world war-2 veteran says he's
he's trying to leave. he says it's not because he wants to.. but he has to stop playing the sport he loves. as contact 13 chief investigator darcy spears explains.. him dearly.. but not in the form of medical bills. 6:03:42 nats looking at pic: while i was in boot camp, they dropped the bomb. bernie pachter is no stranger to adversity. the 88-year-old world war two veteran is a self-made man who worked hard to make life comfortable for his family. and afford a golf club membership in retirement. 5:12 darcy looking at picture: how do you feel about that swing? bernie: eh, it wasn't
there's nothing he'd like more... 58:58 it's great! it's exciting!... than to continue cruising the fairway at anthem country club... 58:59 i love golf!... where he's been a member for the past 10 years. 6:00:18 martha pachter: i would like to say next to me he loves golf most of all. 6:12:36 darcy stand-up with golf clubs: the house is filled with memories of a lifetime playing golf, but there are no more new memories to be made, because unfortunately, that part of bernie's life is over. /13:12 nats putting club back in golf bag tight shot / 49:59 bernie: i almost passed out on and i just had such unbelievable pain. in march, his doctor wrote this letter telling him to "discontinue playing golf immediately" as it is worsening his condition and putting him at risk for serious harm. the doctor writes, "i do not foresee that you will be able to resume this sport at your age and in your condition. i would therefore like to
golf club membership." 51:07 bernie: you can't just resign. there are ways to quit. but they all cost money. that's right. you have to pay to walk away. 51:15 bernie: the first way is give us $1,000, we're gonna put you on a list. a deposit that is refundable. for every three new memberships sold, the top one on that list gets to quit the club. 51:53 bernie: so that meant that i could be a member there for another 2-2 1/2 years paying them almost $1,000 a month and not being able to play golf. good! there were a few other options, including paying $7,500 to walk away, and he admits it's all in the club contract he signed 10 years ago. 53:32 bernie: and i never gave it a thought. my stupidity perhaps, but whatever the case may be, i was wrong. i should've known that i had to pay to resign, but i didn't. at this point, it's not a
principle. 6:00:46 martha: he said, it's not right. at least if they would listen to me! and really that's all he wanted. they turned their backs on him and walked away. that's not the way to treat a fellow human being. bernie asked to speak to the anthem board, but says they refused. 55:11 bernie: i was really angry. and that's what prompted me to say this is ridiculous. they also declined our requests for an on-camera interview. the general manager did meet with bernie after contact 13 involved, but nothing changed. 56:25 bernie: this is your options. take them or leave them. so i stopped paying dues. they're still billing him for that $900 a month, but he's not paying up anymore. the board sent us this five- page letter saying they don't consider this story newsworthy and they're not in the business of offering "special deals to some members at the expense of others." g.m. jonathan clay writes, "we have
members have requested relief due to medical conditions, and although we are not unsympathetic to those situations, our policy does not allow for exceptions in these circumstances." darcy stand-up with club rule book : i read their policy and found the board does have discretion. they don't have to buy back a resigned membership, but they certainly can if the majority of board members agree. 1:45 martha: it doesn't make sense to me, i mean, what do they want him to do? wind up dead and then he can resign? they just want the money they say he's obligated to pay. darcy spears, 13 action news. tonight...increasing clouds...lows 72 to 75 on the west side of the valley...73 to 77 on the east side. south winds up to 10 mph shifting to the southwest to 30 mph after midnight.
mostly in san bernardino and mohave counties. highs 81 to 84 on the west side of the valley...83 to 87 on the east side. southwest winds up to 10 mph increasing to south 10 to 20 mph in the afternoon. .tuesday night...mostly cloudy in the evening then becoming partly cloudy. lows 67 to 72 on the west side 66 to 71 on the east side. south winds 15 to 25 mph. .wednesday...clouds and sun. a chance of thunderstorms in the afternoon. highs 84 to 88 on the west side of the valley... 87 to 91 on the east side. winds generally light becoming southeast up to 10 mph in the afternoon. .thursday...gusty at times...clearing and cooler.
congressman heck's become part of the problem in washington. heck voted to protect perks for politicians like himself, allowing congressmen to travel on private jets at taxpayer expense and voted members of congress, like himself, taxpayer-funded healthcare for life. heck even voted to allow congressmen to take their pay during a government shutdown. with washington. dscc is responsible
when he went missing.... but even worse... his mother says... she didn't find out about it... for days. it's a story..... you asked us.... to investigate.... dare-ee-a talia-fero says... jaidyn left the school and ended up.... at a church.... across the street. since jaidyn is non-verbal.... she says... no one informed her.... about what happened..... until several days later. the clark county school district sent us this statement, saying... "the school's top priority is safety... and..... their prompt action..... resulted in the student being returned to campus....
breaking news out of charlotte... here's a live look from charlotte ...what you are actually seeing is i-85. and as you can see that is dozens of people actually blocking the road....some cars have been turning around going in the opposite direction road....some cars have been turning around going in the opposite direction police have been using tear gas to try to thin the crowds but still a lot of people out
and as you can see that is dozens of people actually blocking the road....some cars have been turning around going in the opposite direction to avoid protestors.. police have been using tear gas to try to thin the crowds but still a lot of people out there. that does it for this edition of 13 action news live at 11. jimmy kimmel live is and remember.. we're always on at ktnv.com and on the ktnv mobile app. our next reports begin..... at 4:30- am.... on "good morning las vegas". thank you for watching.. and... from all of us at channel 13.. good night. the man accused of attacking a
>> dicky: from hollywood - it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight -- denzel washington from "speechless," minnie driver and music from usher. and now, by the power vested in me -- here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ? >> jimmy: hi, there. i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the show. thanks for watching. thanks for coming. that's very kind. i'll say something. there are a lot of important and life-threatening and world-changing things going on lately.