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between both the high pressure coming in and the low pressure moving out. this is one way we get windy conditions and will be happening throughout the late morning clear into tomorrow morning. a wind advisory is in place starting at 12pm this afternoon and will last to at least 8pm tonight but has the potential to be extended into friday morning. sustained winds look to range between 15 and 30 mph; getting stronger throughout the day. wind gusts can reach up to 50 mph within the city and the could see gusts between 55 and 60 mph. dust, sand, pollen, debris has a good shot of being whirled up into the air which could alter visibility and possibly allow for an air quality advisory. these kinds of winds have been known to knock down trees and power lines along with being hazardous to people driving high profile vehicles on major surface streets or highways. luckily, winds look to die down as we move into friday late morning and mainly sunny skies hold through the weekend clear
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and now...to charlotte...where violence erupted again overnight. already... it's been a busy morning ... as abc's maggie rulli reports....the community is trying to clean up after last nights..... the national guard and the state highway patrol on the streets of charlotte after a second night of unrest. demonstrations erupted into chaos overnight at the scene of the fatal police shooting of keith lamont scott when protestors violently stormed into heart of downtown charlotte. the nba charlotte hornets team store was looted. fir police, as they fired back with flash grenades and tear gas. trash cans thrown into windows of the bank of america building. we gave additional orders to disperse and protesters continue to damage property and to throw objects and assault our officers. police in riot gear got control of the situation, at least seven people left injured including one man who is on life support. police say that victim was shot by another protestor. mayor: the streets are open and
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day. we are preparing for this evening. scott's family say he was holding a book and was unarmed when he was confronted by police tuesday. his family taking to facebook?they shot my daddy for being black. taheshia williams/witness: he got out his car, he walked back there so that he could comply, and obviously complying still gets you murdered. cause thats what happened. an charlotte right now - the police chief...kerr putney is responding to questions
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mecklenburg police) what i can tell you that i saw, and i was very clear when i talked about this before, is the video does not give me absolute definitive visual evidence that would confirm that a person is pointing a gun the officer who shot keith lamont scott was not wearing a body camera ... but other officers were. there is also video from a police none of that footage has been released. also...developing right now, a police standoff in jackson mississippi just coming to and end. 13 people who were believed to have been held hostage --- have all been released police received a call at about 5 a.m from someone who said he was being held against his will inside his own home... when officers arrived, someone answered the door but slammed it when they saw police.
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called in. police have identified the suspect, but are not yet releasing that information. not a lot of details are being released - since this stand-off just ended a few minutes ago - new at midday... the man accused of shooting two people inside a parking garage at mccaran appeared in court for the first time this morning. the district attorney requested that jeffrey brown's bail be set at one million dollars. but the judge settled on 650- thousand dollars. brown's court appearance follows police report from monday's incident. investigators say jeffery brown broke into his estranged wife's apartment while she was on vacation. police say he then went to the airport.... before confronting his wife and her boyfriend--- then shooting them. brown was eventually arrested at the v-a hospital. an early morning fire at the golden nugget forced hundreds of people out of their rooms--- and onto the streets downtown.. marissa kynaston explains how this fire could have been prevented.
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were waiting right here-- just outside the casino-- as fire crews investigated. take vo heres what we know so far-- the fire started in a hotel room on the ninth floor. fire officials say the fire was smoking related-- it appears the guest fell asleep while smoking-- and the mattress caught on fire. the good news-- the fire was quickly put out by fire sprinklers that were activated inside the room. the hotel was evacuated as a precaution. nobody was hurt-- we talked to some of those guests forced out of their room. 1:41:32 > "when we got outside it smelled like burnt wiring, plastic or something like that:38 marissa tag again nobody was injured. mk-- 13an. turning to the race for the white house... a lot of voters in key battleground states remain undecided. poll numbers show voters unhappy with both candidates. unfavorable ratings are through the roof... and many voters feel the
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the roof... and many voters feel the campaigns are too negative. ((sot)) john thomas, undecided voter john thomas, undecided voter "i feel like i'm in kindergarten, watching little kids fight back and forth." [butted with] sarah riekin, first-time voter "it's overwhelming, it's crazy between the drama and the negativity." in pennsylvania... one of the most important battleground states, the economy seems to be most important for voters. if history is any indicator... hillary clinton may have and edge.. democrats have carried the state--- the past six new information is being released about the accusations against brad pitt and the child abuse claims... we told he's now cooperating with the police... more on that story... coming up... also... are you over -sanitizing your kids too much? research is proving that is happening across the nation.. the harm it's causing...thats
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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
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them eat dirt"......encouragin g parents to let kids get their hands dirty - saying it could actually help their immune systems there is new evidence that exposing kids to dirt can actually be good for them. the scientists say the book argues keeping our kids too clean shields them from certain microbes that are essential for a healthy immune system.
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let them eat dirt if we miss out on that exposure the immune system is not going to mature. [butted with] melissa willets: i worry about what they touch and then put their hands in their mouth or their eyes. the authors also say kids don't have to wash their hands after being outside and don't panic if the pacifier falls on the floor....saying putting your kids in a bubble isn't healthy. donald trump is trying to appeal to african american voters.... but officer's judgement in the deadly tulsa shooting are raising eyebrows. a powerful police union is now responding.. also..grape stomping... this is a real thing and now's your chance to try it. we'll tell you where and
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high pressure begins to move into the valley. during this transition, the air gets compressed and bottlenecks in between both the high pressure coming in and the low this is one way we get windy conditions and will be happening throughout the late morning clear into tomorrow morning. a wind advisory is in place starting at 12pm this afternoon and will last to at least 8pm tonight but has the potential to be extended into friday morning. sustained winds look to range
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the day. wind gusts can reach up to 50 mph within the city and the mountains and lake mead area could see gusts between 55 and 60 mph. dust, sand, pollen, debris has a good shot of being whirled up into the air which could alter visibility and possibly allow for an air quality advisory. these to knock down trees and power lines along with being hazardous to people driving high profile vehicles on major surface streets or highways. luckily, winds look to die down as we move into friday late morning and mainly sunny skies hold through the weekend clear into next wednesday. high temperatures will range today between 82 and 86 degrees
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90s by next tuesday/wednesday. life is beautiful is this weekend. vegas seven editor in chief melinda sheckells is here to talk about their latest issue--
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here in nevada, those were the worst days of our lives, and congressman heck called it "a blip." narrator: in 2008, joe heck called nevada's housing crisis "a blip on the radar." that's just how out of touch joe heck is. narrator: after heck sponsored a bill giving tax breaks to big banks, he took over $500,000 from wall street-- including banks who caused the housing crisis. it's clear what joe heck's priorities are, and families like mine get left behind. narrator: afscme people is responsible
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four days left until the first presidential debate .. abc's tom llamas on the trail where trump is trying to pull in minority voters . in his pitch to black voters donald trump promoting a controversial policy: stop and frisk. trump fox "...i want to know, what would you do to help stop that violence, you know, black-on-black crime?" trump: "right, well, one of the things
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interest is coming forward.... what she's saying about the split..... also...."birth of a nation" premiered overnight....but the stars of the movie say they feel like they're living during the times of the film....in modern america today... horner: i was proud to stand for our country. i will not stand for congressman hardy and donald trump insulting seniors and veterans. and said seniors who rely on programs like social security are a draw on government and the disabled are a drain on society. and then there's donald trump. they're just not for us.
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don't believe... don't believe... don't believe joe heck's attacks. catherine cortez masto has always served with integrity. as a federal prosecutor and attorney general... she made sex trafficking a felony crime. she worked with the bush and obama administrations to combat terrorism. as attorney general, she helped reduce crime. that's why she's endorsed by law enforcement across nevada. catherine cortez masto. i trust her to keep us safe. i'm catherine cortez masto,
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backup.. what authorities are investigatiing now.. that's ahead... also... a school threat at a california school.....just a few hours away from us...had to be put on locked down... the reason why coming up... plus... the birth of a nation made its debut... but some of the actors couldnt
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recent police shootings at the premiere.... we are experiencing some high winds at midday... and it's only going to get worse from here... hello. and thanks for joining us on second half of 13 action news live at midday. i'm todd quinones. and i'm dayna roselli. ((toss to wx)) as tropical moisture moves out, high pressure begins to move into the valley. during this transition, the air gets compressed and bottlenecks in valley. during this transition, the air gets compressed and bottlenecks between both the high pressure coming in and the low pressure moving out. this is one way we get windy conditions and will be happening throughout the late morning clear into tomorrow morning. a wind advisory is in place starting at 12pm this afternoon
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but has the potential to be extended into friday morning. sustained winds look to range between 15 and 30 mph; getting stronger throughout the day. wind gusts can reach up to 50 mph within the city and the mountains and lake mead area could see gusts between 55 and 60 mph. dust, sand, pollen, debris has a good shot of being whirled up alter visibility and possibly allow for an air quality advisory. these kinds of winds have been known to knock down trees and power lines along with being hazardous to people driving high profile vehicles on major surface streets or highways. luckily, winds look to die down as we move into friday late morning and mainly sunny skies
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into next wednesday. high temperatures will range today between 82 and 86 degrees with a gradual increase to the upper 80s and lower 90s by next tuesday/wednesday. rico.... the governor there has declared a state of emergency... this is after a substation fire apparently led to a collapse of the electric system. around 3 and a half million people live on the island - and - at nearly all of them lost power at one point.
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to restore power. this morning... authorities in new jersey were on the scene of a suspicious package at a train station. at one point...the new jersey transit and port jervis line trains were suspended in both directions. the trains were delayed for up to an hour in both directions..... the station was evacuated while police investigated. new this morning... parents at a california high school... authorities found what they called a detailed plan to shoot 33 students and staff members by a student.... the investigation started saturday in hesperia which is not that far from us.... but parents are upset because they felt classes should have been cancelled monday and tuesday.... the san bernardino sheriff says the unidentified student said there were potentials that could have been shot at the school and the student also spoke of explosives.... the school was first notified of potential threats on social
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very clear. sot alma seaman -"you send your kid thinking ok my kids gonna survive the day. you never gonna you're not gonna see your kid again." [butted with] sot jonathan seaman -"honestly i think it's insane. why would someone like.especially with how young they were.throw their life away doing something as stupid as this?" the student has since been arrested and is being held at a juvenile detention center. jonathan seaman student new video out of massachusetts but it highlights the dangers of drug abuse. you see the 2-year-old girl screaming and tugging at her mother's limp body after she overdosed inside a family dollar. police plan to charge the massachusets woman with child endangerment. "it's very, very disturbing to see someone obviously in the matter of addiction, where it overtakes someone to the point where they're not able to take care of their child, leaves
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police believe the woman had overdosed on an oral version of heroin. first responders were able to revive her. officers say they wish the person taking the video helped the little girl, but they also hope sharing this video will alert people to the horrific consequences of drug use. the little girl is now in protective custody. its the video that was seen by millions of little syrian boy last month...bloodied and confused... his name is omran....and it was that single still photo...that now this 6 year old wants he and his family to adopt the little boy...by writing this heartfelt letter to president obama..... wait until you hear this letter...and what little alex wants to give omran. incue: "dear pres. obama..." outq: "... alex. six years old." rt: 1:35 (ends
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nba players are being urged to come up with their own ways to create "positive change" in their communities the country. players received a memo from the league saying they want to work together to develop successful ways they can all take meaningful action. the letter went onto say they hope the league and the game can continue bringing people together and building up their communities. the shockwaves from the charlotte riots are reaching all the way to the red carpet in hollywood. at the premiere of the much anticipated film "the birth of a nation".. a movie all about race.. at last night's premiere of
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correlation between american oppression in the 1800s...and what's happening on america's streets today. [notes:ent-birth of a nation trailers featurette, editor's choice] "the birth of a nation" is based on the true story of nat turner. he was a slave and a preacher [notes:ent-birth of a nation trailers featurette--a little uprising stuff at 01:04:50-ish and 01:04:57- ish...torches and running toward each other] who orchestrated an uprising in the name of freedom for all slaves. [notes:ent-birth of a nation trailers featurette, 01:02:15-ish--nate talking to and he is committed to this movie. [notes:ent-birth of a nation trailers featurette, 01:02:43- ish...starts w/b-roll of campfire scene and then goes to film of the same] parker [take sot name: ent-birth of a the face that this film speaks to a time where, the last 48 bit of perspective and context as to how we can create solutions moving forward.> [take sot name: ent-birth of a nation trailers featurette, quick shot of gun in face nats @ 02:35 duration:0'01"]
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you have to know that the people that are your ancestors found and died for you to be jackie earle haley here] [take sot name: ent-birth of a nation trailers featurette, 02:50-02:54 duration:0'04"] [take sot name: ent-birth of a nation premiere p2, 21:11:53-21:12:05 duration:0'12"] [notes:matte gabrielle union here] reaction, like the conversations are literally happening in their seats as the credits roll with tears rolling down their faces. it'sp ent-birth of a nation premiere p2, 20:56:34-20:56:40 duration:0'06"] [notes:matte colman domingo here] [take sot name: ent-birth of a nation premiere p2, 21:09:21-21:09:28 duration:0'07"]
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was interviewed by the police.... the new information we just learned...coming up..... also... finally some good news to share this midday.... a popsicle vendor goes viral and it was his "struggle" that made it happen with him getting a nice size pay check... we'll explain.... and here's a live look at the new york stock exchange... ((ad-lib))
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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 congressman heck is what's wrong with washington. dscc is responsible
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angelina jolie fiasco... we are learning.....brad pitt spoke with authorities in los angeles about an incident involving one of his children. a source with knowledge of the situation said today that the actor "is taking this very seriously and he's cooperated. he has always worked hard to be a good father and wants to do family." and the information..coming on the hill of brad pitt's new co- star.... she's now going public to deny she has anything to do with it and making a big announcement of her own. abc's matt gutman is in los angeles with more. nats red carpet overnight - a flat out denial from the actress accused of having an affair with brad pitt nats allied trailer academy award winning actress marian cotillard, who stars with pitt in the upcoming film
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"this is going to be my first and only reaction to the whirlwind news ? that i was swept up into. i am not used to commenting on things like this nor taking them seriously but as this situation is spiraling and affecting people i love, i have to speak up." nats red carpet the 40 year old, who has a 5 year old son with her partner, actor and director guillaume canet, saying "many years ago, i met the man of my life, father of our son and of the baby we are expecting. he is my loe, the only one that i need" nats red carpet brad and angelina sources tuesday told abc news there was "no third party" involved in the breakup between pitt and his partner of 12 years, angelina jolie -- for her part cotillard wishing the pair the best, saying "i do very much wish that angelina and brad, both whom i deeply respect, will find peace in this very tumultuous moment." nat mr and mrs smith jolie: satisfied? pitt: not for years
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before jolie filed for divorce from her husband and former co-star a source close to the actress telling people magazine that days before filing on her own, "she sat down, talked to brad and offered to file for divorce together." a source close to pitt telling people he knew his marriage was in trouble, and had been in counseling, saying pitt had "begged her to press pause - not so they could reconcile, but so they could prepare their children for the massive upheaval to come." coyne: brad quite honestly is heartbroken and devastae is with his children insiders also telling the magazine that since the couple got married 2 years ago, jolie has "changed" - wanting to focus more on her missions with the united nations than on hollywood, and that earlier this year "she seemed troubled and almost depressed. angelina said she was just bored. it seems she had been looking
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matt gutman tag but where pitt always did seem to fit in was with their six children. and thats why those people sources say pitt was so blindsided by jolie's request in the divorce papers for sole physical custody of the kids which could mean that pitt's access to the kids could be entirely supervised by jolie. now pitt has yet to legally respond to those divorce papers. matt gutman abc news, los angeles. as tropical moisture moves out, high pressure begins to move into the valley. during this transition, the air gets compressed and bottlenecks in between both the high pressure coming in and the low pressure moving out. this is one way we get windy conditions and will be happening throughout the late morning clear into tomorrow morning. a wind advisory is in place starting at 12pm this afternoon and will last to at least 8pm tonight but has the potential to be extended into friday morning.
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between 15 and 30 mph; getting stronger throughout the day. wind gusts can reach up to 50 mph within the city and the mountains and lake mead area could see gusts between 55 and 60 mph. dust, sand, pollen, debris has a good shot of being whirled up into the air which could alter visibility and possibly allow for an air quality advisory. these kinds of winds have been known to knock down trees and power lines along with being hazardous to people driving high profile vehicles on major surface streets or highways. luckily, winds look to die down morning and mainly sunny skies hold through the weekend clear into next wednesday. high temperatures will range today between 82 and 86 degrees with a gradual increase to the upper 80s and lower 90s by next tuesday/wednesday. now let's take a look at today's top stories now
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it was a scene that captivated people in austin .. an suv dangling over a downtown garage. "there were thoughts going through my head like, 'i can't believe this is how i'm going to die" he says he doesnt understand he says he hadn't been drinking and doesnt do drugs....and didnt have his phone in his hand.... some good samaratians helped him to safety.... and.. a photo of a 89-year-old chicago popsicle vendor went viral online, and sparked a successful go-fund-me campaign. today....the elderly salesman received a check for over 384-thousand dollars... the money gathered from strangers online to help the man and his wife.
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who had been supporting them, died recently. a man who took the now famous photo of fidencio sanchez and created the nine-day... online money drive. and....he was there to present the check to the couple. (joel cervantes, took viral photo)"he said he's ecstatic and he wants to give thanks to the community and the whole world, everyone that's contributed to this fund and he's very grateful" 17-thousand people online pitched in to raise money for the elderly couple. stories trending today... on our ktnv mobile app now to that story we first told you about at the top of the show.... both presidential candidates react to recent violence.... with just 47 days until the election..... there is also.... four days left until the first presidential debate .. abc's tom llamas on the trail where trump is trying to pull in minority voters .
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controversial policy: stop and frisk. trump fox "...i want to know, what would you do to help stop that violence, you know, black-on-black crime?" trump: "right, well, one of the things i'd do, ricardo, is i would do stop-and- frisk. i think you have to. we did it in new york, it worked incredibly well and you have to be proactive" but new york abandoned the tactic which some argue encourages racial profiling by police trump fox it's so unsafe where you walk down the street and shot. " the republican nomine's outreach hit an awkward note in cleveland. trump inviting former boxing promoter don king to introduce him during a meeting with black pastors. king, once convicted of manslaughter, was discussing racism in american when he said the 'n' word in church. trump toledo "if you are intelligent intellectual. you are an intellectual negro. if you are dancing and sliding and gliding n - i mean negro. trump praying with those pastors in attendance and seeming to side with the family
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oficer in tulsa. trump to me he looked like somebody that was doing what they were asking him to do. and uh this young officer. i don't know what she was thinking. // did she get scared? was she choking? what happened? hillary clinton on the trail in florida also weighing in on the police shootings in tulsa and charlotte. clinton we have two more names to add to a list of african americans killed by police it's unbearable. and it needs to become intolerable. clinton praising police but admitting more work could be done to bring communities together clinton look i know i don't have all the answers. i don't know anyone who does. but this is certain: too many people have lost their lives who shouldn't have. the fraternal order of police,
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endorsed trump last week but.....after trump's comments about the tulsa officer.... the unions head said trump should be be mindful of due process... and the presumption of innocence . the 24th annual grape stomp festival is october 1st and 2nd in pahrump! gretchen and bill loken, owners and winemakers of the pahrump valley winery join us to talk more about this annual event. general admission for the festival is $10 at the door or $7 in advance if purchased at the winery prior to sept. 29. the fun stomp competition, with two-person teams vying to stomp or "crush" the greatest amount of juice in half
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team. participants will compete in the fruit-smashing action starting at 12 noon every hour on the hour until 4 p.m. in two-minute stomping heats every 15 minutes and points are earned for most juiced within two minutes. winners will be selected by the largest given for gold, bronze and silver each hour. trophies also will be awarded for best costume and worst stompers as determined by the judges. stompers will receive a complimentary t- shirt and certificate. for
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http://www.pahrumpwinery.com/ev ents, or call 775-751-7800 or shirt and certificate. for pre-registration and to check availability to stomp, visit http://www.pahrumpwinery. availability to stomp, visit ht tp://www.pahrumpwinery.com/even ts, or call 775-751-7800 or toll free 800-368- 9763. grape stomp festival oct. 1st & 2nd, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. stomp times: 12:00 up to 3:30
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