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how police captured the man accused of killing five people at a washington state mall. plus -- authorities need your help finding this missing teen. the chilling details into her disappearance. but first breaking news a multiple car accident is closing down a part of sahara it's only being reported as a property damaged. good morning las vegas! i' ... the time now is ... let's get started with a check of your first alert forecast with dan bronis. good morning dan! ((ad-lib)) high pressure and dry air are taking over the southwest today through tuesday afternoon. clear skies will be common along with sunny skies for
high temperatures look to be around 90 degrees. temperatures don't change much moving into the next work week. upper 80s and lower 90s will be common but clouds look to build in by tuesday and by tuesday night into wednesday, rain chances increase to 20%. this would be our last monsoon push as the monsoon ends september 30th. as it stands, rain looks to be light to moderate with heavy rain and thunder staying to the east within arizona. this morning an update to that violent murder in henderson we first broke on good morning las vegas, yesterday. neighbors tell 13-action news... this is amanda kaplan...the woman stabbed to death. to my other side ...the picture -- neighbors say is michael kaplan-- the man accused of killing the mother of three.
murder. police say the three kids were inside the home at the time of the murder.. they'll now go into protective services. for neighbors we spoke to, their hearts go out to the children, who they see playing outside... all the time. 000200 stefane torres, neighbor "we just know she's gone. and you can't replace that life and that mom. ever. and that's what's hard for these kids." neighbors say they weren't aware of any fighting between the couple. police tell us they've never been called to the home before for a domestic violence isse now to a major development in the mass shooting at a washington state mall -- police have arrested this man you see behind me. police say arcan cetin shot and killed five people inside of a mall. investigator say surveillance stills provided key evidence in the massive manhunt to find him. lt. mike hawley island county sheriff's dept. i saw an individual walking northbound on the sidewal and i instantly recognized that as guin, and myself and reseve
this morning we're hearing from those who were inside that mall. joe zavala and his wife were inside macy's when chaos broke out... in the makeup department. they not only saw the gunman - but the victims too. 039 -- sot - joe zavala / witness "what i saw was that there was a gunman holding a rifle shooting? // and he saw me and i took off running." butt to sot - joe zavala / witness "i found two ladies that were on the floor one w ground there was another lady right next to her i checked for the motive is still unknown, but authorities don't believe it is terrorism related. nats gunfire as video freezes nats up: "we got shots fired, one suspect down ...." after heavy pressure, the charlotte, north carolina police are releasing two videos ...they took ...during
scott, tuesday. as abc's eva pilgrim reports.. the new images may add to the growing controversy. script: (nats up) in this dashcam video -- the frantic final moments of the fatal standoff -- as recorded by police. keith lamont scott is seen exiting his vehicle and walking backwards, his hands down, then: nats gunfire as video freezes nats up: "we got shots fired, one suspect down ...." this bodycam video -- partially silent -- has ant an officer wields a baton in an apparent effort to get scott out of his vehicle. scott is seen briefly standing in the parking lot. then the 43-year-old is seen lying mortally wounded -- as police advance with guns drawn. nats up: "handcuffs! handcuffs!" officers appear to administer first aid. nats up police: "we need to hold the wound." police have confirmed to abc news this gun pictured at the scene.... is the gun they say they recovered from scott sot chief kerr putney charlotte-mecklenberg pd " ...
ion of a handgun." [police stills] police also released this photo of what they say is scott's gun -- and an ankle holster they say he was wearing. (gfx) investigators say that testing on the gun police say they found at the scene -- allegedly matches scott's fingerprints, d-n-a, and blood. lawyers for scott's family continue to cast doubt on the police account. sot justin bamberg scott family lawyer "he doesn't lunge at the officers. it appears he has his hands by his side. again, there is no definitive whether or not there an object in his hands." (nats up charlotte protests tonight: "all lives matter when black lives matter!") the streets of charlotte swelled with protesters for a fifth night. the demonstrations saturday remaining mostly peaceful. eva pilgrim, abc news, charlotte, north carolina. with all the violence across the nation our own metro police department is making sure... we stay safe. yesterday officers went back to the scene of a double
here. just weeks ago two men were gunned down in an apartment complex...near torrey pines and lake mead parents and kids live over there... so many innocent people could've gotten hurt. robert plummer, captain lvmpd 12:35:00-12:35:05 "we can prevent these things from happening. and not saying that we're perfect, but we are going in the right direction." the whole point-- have the community feel safe ...and remember that violent crime like this is not okay. further more-- these are officers who are assigned.. to this neighborhood. they're hoping if the polic we won't see the violence ...other parts of the country are going through. metro is also working hard right now to solve a cold case murder from more than a year ago. officers and community volunteers went door to door -- near lake mead and hollywood -- trying to find out who killed javier ortiz. ortiz was shot and killed while working on a car... in a parking lot. his brother and another man were also injured in the
police say -- they're looking for several suspects -- possibly as young as 18. this weekend marks five years since a deadly shootout -- between two rival motorcycle gangs at a sparks casino. gang leader -- ernesto gonzalez -- is set to stand trial -- a second time for murder. the state surpreme court threw out his earlier conviction last year citing faulty jury instructions. new this morning -- right now police in southern california are desperately searching for a may be in danger. police say they found... two men and a woman dead-- when they arrived at her house. they also found two children unharmed-- but the girl... was no where to be seen. time now is xxx self-driving cars are definitely taking over our world.. but some drivers are concerned for their safety -- after a self-driving google car -- and an s-u-v collide. but who's at fault? and -- while iowa is dealing
make you smile. good samaritans jumping into water to rescue a deer! ((ad-lib)) trump: she lacks the judgment and moral character to lead this country clinton: a man who can be provoked by a tweet should not be anywhere near nuclear weapons trump: she suffers from very bad judgment clinton: i am so looking trump i can't wait the wait, is
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caesars palace we're hearing..shots were fire... in the parking garage on the 5th floor noo one hurt self-driving cars could soon become a reality. and many are wondering just how safe they really are. this google car was involved in a nasty-looking accident in mountain view, california. car that was at fault. officials say another car ran a red light and slammed into the google car. no one was injured. the google cars do have a high safety record. but -- some people are not convinced. "when you put your trust in something mechanical that can malfunction and you have no... you don't have the ability to stop it, because it's in the process of doing whatever it does." "if anything, they drive conservatively, maybe more like a grandma drives than i like to drive, so if anything they're
google says in seven years only one crash -- involving a google car -- was the car's fault. it happened back in february at two- miles an hour -- when the car sideswiped a bus -- while trying to merge into another lane. now to severe weather across the nation. dozens of families are forced to leave their homes as flood water around iowa keep rising. a disaster emergency declared in 13-counties in cedar rapids -- the river is expected to crest a but some people say the flooding... is not as bad.... as the floods they saw -- eight years ago. (mos): "in '08, it was probably about two feet higher because of a building over here, i know where the level was, about foot-and-a-half inside, and we've got about two feet to get to the level of '08." heavy rains caused the flooding in iowa and wisconsin -- earlier this week. forecasters say some areas have
it's a similar story in southern minnesota. a strong bout of weekend rain -- quickly turning streets into rivers. thankfully -- their forcast -- is nothing but clear skies -- straight through next week. new on good morning las vegas. a group of men are hailed heroes for saving a deer stuck in flood waters in iowa.. you can see here the poor thing getting swept away. the good samaritans say they noticed the deer was hurt and would eventually die of exhaustion. so they ju with the help of several others. (jamod sallis,waterloo ) "it feels good to see the city coming together in the midst of something like this to be able to save wildlife. animal, and that feels pretty good." not knowing what to do with the deer -- the men decided to keep hold of it -- drive it out of town -- and let it free.
through tuesday afternoon. clear skies will be common along with sunny skies for sunday and monday but it comes at a bit of a price. winds will be a bit of a nuisance for the valley. today, sunny skies take over but the breeze will linger. high temperatures look to be around 90 degrees. temperatures don't change much moving into the next work week. upper 80s and lower 90s will be in by tuesday and by tuesday night into wednesday, rain chances increase to 20%. this would be our last monsoon push as the monsoon ends september 30th. as it stands, rain looks to be light to moderate with heavy rain and thunder staying to the east within arizona.
through tuesday afternoon. clear skies will be common along with sunny skies for sunday and monday but it comes at a bit of a price. winds will be a bit of a nuisance for the valley. today, sunny skies take over but the breeze will linger. high temperatures look to be around 90 degrees. temperatures don't change much moving into the next work wek. common but clouds look to build in by tuesday and by tuesday night into wednesday, rain chances increase to 20%. this would be our last monsoon push as the monsoon ends september 30th. as it stands, rain looks to be light to moderate with heavy rain and thunder staying to the
and breadsticks she ordered....stacks of cash. nearly 5-thousand dollars...that was supposed to go to the bank. (selena avalos/ spacetel manager) "this one i was like, no way, i opened another one, and there are more amount." butt with (selena avalos/ spacetel manager) "i was like, i can't keep it, it's a crazy amount of money, it's not like it's $20 you find, you know. it's almost $5,000." selena tried to get in touch cash...but couldn't get a response. (selena avalos/ spacetel manager) "wouldn't they be thinking, where did that money go? right away. or, maybe the next day, but three days later, nothing? it's crazy." she eventually got a hold of the corporate office who rewarded her with free pizza for an entire year. and...as an added bonus...her employer giving her one week
check out this massive fire burning aboard a loaded oil tanker ship in the gulf of mexico. the tanker was carrying nearly 200- thousand barrels of gasoline and diesel fuel. mexico's navy rescued 31 crew members. no one was hurt. at this point it's not clear whether any fuel spilled into the ocean. it's sunday -- and good morning las vegas goes dirty dining! this time it's a place chief investigator darcy spears has dined at herself. called "roaches on ice"...and it nearly got this place...
you've seen me before. the owner's son at mt. everest india's cuisine knew who we were the second we walked in. in fact, he says after inspection day, they were expecting us. 5:34 ishwor mishra: i wasn't here but when they were like, s like, damn it, we probably will be there. i was telling my wife about it. darcy: well, your prophecy came true. mt. everest on sahara and valley view narrowly avoided shutdown with a 39-demerit c grade. 4:03 ishwor: this is like the far. their first c was just a few months ago--in may. that's why they're required to attend a supervisory conference with the health district for issues with non-compliance. as for their current c grade? 1:21 ishwor mishra: we had a few problems inside. there was a few handwashing problems. washing your hands for five seconds with no soap is not proper sanitation. that's the first violation inspectors documented. there was also parsley and fried vegetables uncovered in the walk-in.
water. baskets stacked directly on top of fried bread. and no sanitizer in the sink where dishes were supposedly being sanitized. 1:25 ishwor: a little bit of here and there. i mean... so yeah... it was one of those days, you know? darcy: it was a bad day. but there were roaches in the kitchen. inspectors found multiple, live roaches by the dish machine and a dead one near the sink. debris--creating very inviting conditions for crey pests. 3:24 ishwor: it was just the basic stuff, i mean, the roaches is a problem--i understand--but other than that it was just the basic problem, yeah. goat curry, tandoori chicken and many other foods were found in the temperature danger zone--which is when bacteria starts to grow. 3:07 ishwor: we had a problem with that, of course, but we threw it away because they recommended to throw it away so we just threw it away. sauce was stored in an open, metal can. cardboard--which can't be
and speaking of stuff that can't be cleaned, they were also using milk crates as shelving throughout the walk-in freezer, where inspectors also found dirty containers and spill stains on the floor. 3:17 darcy: pretty basic stuff that the kitchen staff should know better. ishwor: i understand completely. it was, again, one of those days, right? /nat transition/ due to a multi-generational pest infestation. live roaches crawled over food equipment--on drain boards, the ice bin, floors, cabinets and splash guards. on the corner of the front door allowing pest entry directly into the bar. there was also a lime stored in a dirty t- shirt bag with brown liquid. and scale build-up on the espresso machine's frother. /nat swish/ the other imminent health hazard came at jerry's nugget, where inspectors shut down the hot dog cart for operating without hot water. they also wrote up repeat handwashing violations and
temperatures. darcy tag: jerry's nugget hot dog cart re-opened with a zero-demerit a. after a conference with the health district, mt. everest voluntarily closed to make some major repairs. they should be reinspected later this week. karizma lounge bar is still closed. darcy spears, 13 action news. time now is xxx right now -- 8 people are recovering after being shot overnight...among them a three year old girl.. the shocking reason police say triggered the shooting. and -- it's a day the nation trump and hillary clinton debating for the first time. we're looking into their debate styles and just how many are expected to tune in! and we are just now getting an update from police about what was being reported as shooting at caesars palace. what police say actually
debating styles are. plus-- another controversy for donald trump -- who he wants to invite to the debate. but first -- breaking news just into our newsroom metro just giving us an update on what was believed to be a shooting at caesars palace. they say someone fired a shot...hitting an unoccupied car. no one was actually hit. the person was arrested. newsroom. police say two cars were involved in this accident. at this point we know at least one person was hurt. the accident happened near stewart and cristy lane less than an hour ago. we are working to get more information 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))
taking over the southwest today through tuesday afternoon. clear skies will be common along with sunny skies for sunday and monday but it comes at a bit of a price. winds will be a bit of a nuisance for the valley. today, sunny skies take over but the breeze will linger. high temperatures look to be around 90 degrees. temperatures don't change much moving into the next work week. upper 80s and lower 90s will common but clouds look to build in by tuesday and by tuesday night into wednesday, rain chances increase to 20%. this would be our last monsoon rain and thunder staying to the east within arizona. breaking overnight -- 8 people shot in baltimore -- including a three year old girl. baltimore police belive three suspects were involved in the shooting--one with a shot gun
guns. they say this is retaliation to a labor day weekend shooting... that killed one man and injured two women. officials say all eight victims are expected to survive. in your voice your vote and the race for the white house. we are 43 days to election day. and hillary clinton -has a new major endorsement this morning. the new york times' editorial board endorsed the candidate. the newspaper says clinton's experience as secretary of state makes her better qualified to shape u-s foreign challenger, donald trump. you can read their full report -- in today's paper. clinton is taking a break from the campaign trail-- prepping for tomorrow's debate. senator elizabeth warren filled in stumping for the democrat in new hampshire. and warren went after trump. he cheered on the financial crisis of 2008, a crisis where people lost their homes, what kind of a man does that? a selfish little sleezeball who will never be president of the
the presidential debate, dallas-mavericks owner and shark- tank investor -- mark cuban will be in the front row of the debate. trump tweeted a threat to bring jennifer flowers to the debate -- and have her sitright next to cuban. bill clinton admitted to having a sexual relationship -- with flowers decades ago. flowers responding with her own tweet saying -- "h d you know i'm in your corner -- and will definitely be at the debate!" if you're planning on watching you're not alone. in a recent a-b-c news poll 47 percent say they're likely to watch. many analysts think it could change the course of the race. viewership estimated to be on par with the super bowl. the poll shows -- however -- more than 40-percent think -- it's only going to have a minor impact on their vote.
many are calling this debate one of the most highly anticipated political events in history! dana bash reports -- that faceoff could change the course of the race. examined - p hillary clinton in a debate is all about what she's done. (hillary clinton/(d) presidential nominee) "look at what i've accomplished in the senate, as secretary of of state." donald trump: simple, sweeping promises. (donald trump/(r) presidential nominee) "we will make this country greater than ever before." their primary debate performances helped each get the nomination. quite different. (brett o'donnell/gop debate coach) "he tugs at the heart, she tugs at the mind and the question is whether or not both of them can cross over." brett o'donnell, a long-time debate coach for g-o-p candidates, sat down with us to break down their contrasting styles. (donald trump/(r) presidential nominee) "i say not in a braggadocious way, i've made billions and billions of dollars dealing with people all over the world." (hillary clinton/(d) presidential
the president about whether or do that and i think that that it puts him at an advantage because he understands well the dynamic of television." the same goes for discussions of policy. (donald trump/(r) presidential nominee) "i will build a wall. it will be a great wall. people will not come in unless they come in legally." (hillary clinton/(d) presidential nominee) "there's no need for this rhetoric and demagoguery that's still -is carried out on you've run out of excuses. let's move to comprehensive very big terms, doesn't demonstrate a deep knowledge for policy. so she's got to up her game on talking to the heart. he has to up his game in talking to the head." then there was the alpha candidate tactic trump used to belittle his g-o-p primary opponents. (donald trump/(r) presidential nominee) "rand paul shouldn't even be on this stage. don't worry about it little marco. you're trying to build up your energy, jeb, but it's not working.
liar." his moniker for clinton ... (donald trump/(r) presidential nominee) "crooked hillary clinton!" may not go over so well. (brett o'donnell/gop debate coach) "he should explain why she's crooked and not just call her a name. if he just calls her a name the entire time i think that's going to look bad to the public." clinton's quicksand: see those transcripts. it's not about the republicans." (hillary clinton/(d) presidential nominee) "you know, let's set the same standard for everybody. when everybody does it, ok, i will do it, but let's set and returns." (brett o'donnell/gop debate coach) "she's very defensive. and that's a problem." (dana bash/cnn) "what if that hillary clinton shows up?" (brett o'donnell/gop debate coach) "if that hillary clinton shows up it's going to be a long night." that was dana bash reporting. and you can watch the debate right here on channel 13 at 6 p-m on monday. then stay tuned for dancing
special edition of action news after that. new this morning -- cnn reporter ed lavandera has reunited with a man who knocked him over during his live shot. you may remember that moment you see on your right -- it happened during protests in charlotte, north carolina. the protester came back to apologize saturday and lavandera was a good sport about it. protester: "i apologize for what i did to you and i hope you are ok and it shows the compassion that you have as a human being because most people would spit at me after that.." hug after his apology. he says he was just caught up in the moment. a massachusetts city known for it's historic witch hunts... is now home to headquarters of the satanic temple. the group has more than 40-thousand followers nationwide. the satanic temple's website insists this version of satanism does not worship any physical devil or anything supernatural. people who live in the area
resident) "ehh..i'm neither here nor there as long as they're friendly people." butt to (rose solimine / salem mile from where 19 of the 20 people convicted of witchcraft in the 1690s were hung.. every day thousands of people struggle with the same problem -- dropping their phones in water! now there is a solution! find out about new amazing invention that can prev disaster...and when it could be available in las vegas! and the annual iheart radio music festival is now over. we'll tell you why some felt like back in the 90's horner: i was proud to stand for our country.
phones - v if you drop your phone in water -- now there is a device to save it. engineers craig beinecke and adam cookson are the brains behind tekdry. their machine can save a phone in just about an hour. their inspiration was a classmate who dropped her phone right now their machines are being leased to dozens of staples stores across the country. in a bid to expand they went to the sharks. (adam cookson, inventor) "it was an incredible rush of emotion. it was confusing at times, it was exciting all of the time. " (craig beinecke, inventor) "i feel like there's nothing i've done in my life so far, where i've learned so much as i have stores with this machine in
day! comics have been around since the end of the 19th century, but it wasn't until the late 1930s that they became popularized. d-c comics and marvel emerged as the biggest names in the business and kickstarted the genre's golden age. in the eighty years since, pop culture craze. for those who like to read on the go -- comics are also available through a variety of mobile apps and online. the british royal couple are kicking off their eight-day visit to canada. but much of the spotlight will be on their kids, prince george and princess charlotte. this is the first overseas trip for the 16-month-old princess. she had made only three public appearances before this visit.
british columbia and yukon. :06 sec nat and it's a wrap for the i-heart radio music festival at the t-mobile arena. took the stage including ariana grande, usher and pitbul., the las vegas strip headliner brought the house down with nearly a half-hour long show... the newest las vegas residents -- backstreet boys also made a surprise appearance with florida georgia line. ((ad-lib at desk)) high pressure and dry air are taking over the southwest today through
along with sunny skies for sunday and monday but it comes at a bit of a price. winds will be a bit of a nuisance for the valley. today, sunny skies take over but the breeze will linger. around 90 degrees. temperatures don't change much moving into the next work week. upper 80s and lower 90s will be common but
tuesday night into wednesday, rain chances increase to 20%. this would be our last monsoon push as the monsoon ends september 30th. as it stands, rain looks to be light to moderate with heavy rain and thunder staying to the east within arizona. high pressure and dry air are taking over the southwest today at a bit of a price. winds will be a bit of a nuisance for the valley. today, sunny skies take over but the breeze will linger. high temperatures look to be
september 30th. as it stands, rain looks to be light to moderate with heavy rain and thunder staying to the east within arizona. here at 13 action news we want all kids in las vegas to be able to stay warm this winter so our annual coats for kids drive is underway. once again this year, our partner is tropical smoothie. please donate gently used or new children's coats at any tropical smoothie cafe. to find a location near you go to ktnv dot com or tropical smoothie dot com. thanks to the salvation army. as the temperatures start to get colder, they'll distribute and a big thanks to tropical smoothie cafe, a proud sponsor of action news and this community project. here in las vegas art is a huge part of our life -- with so many shows and artists involved.. but when good morning las vegas returns our guests will join us to talk about a unique and creative way they're hoping to educate show us what's beyond the neon. now let's head to new york for a look at what's coming up on good morning america, vo manhunt for gunman who killed 5 caught coming up on gma, the breaking news overnight? washington police capturing the suspect
shooting at a washington state mall that left five dead? investigators ending their manhunt after just 24 hours? this while a vigil is held release tapes showing fatal shooting plus, charlotte police ceding to pressure? finally releasing two videos of the shooting of keith lamont scott after days of protests demanding the footage be made public? what the videos show? and what lamont scott's family is saying about the footage this morning. vo candidates have a lot riding on highly anticipated debate and finally, t-minus one day debate? hillary clinton and donald trump gearing up for the big showdown at hofstra? while a new poll released overnight now showing the race is tighter than ever? we're breaking it all down.
by david letterman bobby wheat - fine arts photographer travis olson - q what themes will be covered in this documentary? a we're going to dive into the history, struggle, and creative process of these distinct and talented artists. we want to show the behind the scenes inner workings of what they do, and hear their ray wold - q how do you find time to rest? you perform at cirque du soleil's "o" show by night being set on fire, you run the business "amazing clowns" by day, and you even find time to volunteer and run the "reading is fun" program for kids at town square.
fr came from my father. you can never work enough! bobby wheat - q bobby wheat, an award-winning photographer. gallery at downtown summerlin. why do you still shoot on film? a there's a unique and organic quality to film. it captures color, contrast, to help fund behind the neon you can head to kick starter-- we will post the full link on ktnv dot com tons of different artist are
education going well after the festival has left. joining me now... is travis olson - director of beyond the neon ray wold - "pyrotechnic madman" nicknamed by david letterman bobby wheat - fine arts photographer travis olson - q what themes will be covered in a we're going to dive into the history, struggle, and creative process of these distinct and talented artists. we want to show the behind the scenes inner workings of what they do, and hear their compelling stories. ray wold - q how do you find time to rest? you perform at cirque du soleil's "o" show by night being set on fire, you run the business "amazing clowns" by day, and you even
for kids at town square. where does this work ethic come from? a the work ethic came from my father. you can never work enough! bobby wheat - q bobby wheat, an award-winning photographer. gallery at downtown summerlin. why do you still shoot on film? to help fund behind the neon you can head to kick starter-- we will post the full link on
heck even voted to allow congressmen to take their pay during a government shutdown. congressman heck is what's wrong with washington. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising. provoked by a tweet should not be anywhere near nuclear weapons trump: she suffers from very bad judgment clinton: i am so looking forward to
good morning, america. breaking news overnight. captured, the suspect wanted for killing five people in a washington state mall. picked up by police. >> he said nothing. he was kind of zombie-like. >> who he is and how they got him, all this as we learn more about the horrifying shooting. new videos of the shooting police feeling the pressure and releasing the video of the moment they opened fire on keith lamont scott. the new angles and what they show. >> it does not make sense to us how it was possible that this incident resulted in the loss of life. >> his hand. >> where the investigation stands right now. flash of the candidates. their date with the debate now one day away. hillary clinton offering a front