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ran into an elementary school opening fire. this is happening in a town of townville. the latest report indicates the students who were shot are expected to be ok. we -- however still don't know how the teacher is doing. police say they do have the shooter in custody and no there's no more threat to others. no word on the motive. we are just now learning that the sheriff's office there is also investigating a homicide and they believe the shooter killed his father before the schol and more breaking news -- authorities are chasing a suspect in a vandalism case on northbound 405 in los angeles this is a live look now taking a live look outside where we are monitoring the
chief meteorologists bryan scofield with an update from the weather center. bryan. thursday slight rain chances are in the forecast. similar to wednesday we could see some light rain in the morning and then a thunderstorm bubbling up later in the day after some heating occurs. the rain will be hit and miss and not everyone will get in on the action. highs will be in the upper 80s for the las vegas valley, which year. friday the dry air starts to take hold and sunshine takes over. we will keep enough moisture around that some mountain top rain is possible, but not likely. highs will warm back up into the 90s and stay there for the first half of the weekend. winds will pick up this weekend and allow cooler air to start to move in. next week we are talking highs temperatures around.
right now.. authorities continue to question the family of the accused bomber in last week's attacks in new york and new jersey. in his first tv interview.. he's revealing surprising new details about his son and his own discussions with the f-b-i. the latest from a-b-c's elizabeth hur in new york. the father of the accused adding he does not know the two men.. seen in these surveillance pictures.. sought by the fbi as ((sot)) mohammad rahami: he did everything by himself. he buy everything by himself. he order, and online - he did secretive.. months before he allegedly planted bombs in new york and new jersey.. even changing the locks on his bedroom door in the family apartment. ((sot)) brian ross: and nobody could go in there? mohammad
one time, my grandson, he went to his room, and he's screaming and kick him out back. he's a little - four years old. but the father says no one in the family saw this coming.. ((sot)) mohammad rahami: nobody, nobody. believe me. i guarantee. this.. as federal agents tell abc news.. they are now examining some of the radical social media posts shared by the suspect's older sister, whom he visited in pakistan. ((sot)) brian ross: have you ever talked to her about any of this? mohammad rahami: no, this is the first time i saw that. the father says he did, fbi agents present when his son was shot and captured last week.. saying the same agent had investigated his son as a possible terrorist, but without interviewing his son, concluded he was no terror threat. ((sot)) brian ross: so you think they should have interviewed him? mohammad rahami: yes. a hundred percent. brian ross: and they never did mohammad rahami: no. elizabeth tag: according to the fbi.. something the father now
and more breaking news -- authorities are chasing a suspect in a vandalism case on northbound 405 in los angeles this is a live look we'll have a live picture in the bottom of your screen during this newscast pictures of two men they want to talk to about the new york city bombings. agents say security video shows the men removing a pressure cooker bomb from a bag and walking away with the luggage. they're trying to determine if
but they still haven't been able to interview him. he's been unconscious since he was wounded during a shootout with police. the two homeless men in new jersey who found a pipe bomb in a trash can... are being honored for their bravery. the bomb they had found went off safely, as police were disarming it using a robot. now the men say they can't even walk down the street without someone recognizing them-- and saying thank you. "i'm very touched and grateful and gratified that i was able to be in a position to do with) i'm no longer homeless thank god because these wonderful people reached out to me and made my life a little better a local charity raised money for the men. they are now promising not to waste the opportunity-- and to continue being positive members of the community. moscow is denying the claims that the missile system used to shoot down a malaysia airlines passenger jet came from russia.
states the missile system came from russia.. and was returned there. they also say the missile was launched from territory controlled by pro- russian separatists in eastern ukraine. all 298 people on board were killed when the plane was shot down two years ago. most of the victims were dutch citizens. we are black people and we shouldn't have to feel like this we're learning more about that 9- year-old girl's tearful plea in charlotte. zianna oliphant says she wanted meeting and say something to the city's mayor after seeing on the news that another african american had been killed by police. 41:20 thats important to me. i want her to know how i feel about whats going on in the world 41:28 butt to 42:27 i felt sad there was reason for them to do anything to him zianna and her mother also want people to know their message isn't about anger towards police.
to bring people together- its all about love here zianna's mom says she hopes her daughter's tearful plea sparks more conversation about police shootings . a man is now behind bars in connection to a massive home explosion that claimed the life of a fire chief in new york. a-b-c news got this exclusive video showing the moments after the blast. you see fellow firefighters rushing to save their chief. people in the area reported responders had just finished evacuating the neighborhood when the building exploded. (daniel nigro/fdny commissioner) "we lost a hero today and our members are all saddened." at least 20 people were injured. all of them are expected to recover. police believe the home was being used as a marijuana grow house. the largest gaming expo in the world is going on right now at the sands convention center..
gaming experts say more women play slot machine games than men.. so the new trends are targeting the ladies. there's a new "bachelor" slot game along with one featuring country western star tim mcgraw. the global gaming expo wraps-up tomorrow. one of the perks to playing casino games is the free drinks.. but caesars is changing the game. the company has officially rolled out a "comp drink monitoring system" at all of 9 of its resorts on the strip. the idea is to make sure you're receiving your comp drink. it's essentially a red light green light system. caesars sent us a statement saying, the comp beverages are for the gamers who choose max play at the video poker bar top units. parents are voicing their concerns over a state law that could mean big changes for their child's education. the clark county school district has is preparing turn as many as six under- performing schjools into charter schools. administrators have already identified 142 schools that could be chosen. parents want to make sure
the underperforming schools, will still get to go there when its a charter school. but leaders say the law requires the new charter schools to accept students in that zone before anyone else. next month, the state is expected to release the list of schools it's considering. we should no which ones are changing by the end of february. up next in today's trending headlines.. katy perry is baring it all in the name of democracy. and that infamous pharma c-e- o martin shkreli wants you to charity! plus.. a lot of people will do an internet search to learn about a certain celebrity.. but it's not as harmless as it seems. see who experts say is the most dangerous celebrity to search for.
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asset, maybe by far, is my temperament. i'd like to punch him in the face, i'll tell you. i would bomb the [bleep] out of 'em. i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go [bleep] themselves. get him out of here! get him out of here! get the hell out of here! priorities usa action is responsible suspect in a vandalism case on
now say the driver in a mercedes sedan is wanted for vandalism of a hotel room. the chase started in the inglewood area and proceeded up the 405 through west los angeles :00-:07 "something something... red hair. they literally can't find the ring! here's an epic fail in front of thousands of people. a man was using the jumbotron at yankee stadium as part of a big plan to propose to his girlfriend.. but when the big moment came.. he dropped the ring. other fans nearby immediately jumped- in for the desperate search to find it. after a few stressful minutes..
with election day just around the corner.... you might be wondering what to wear to the polls. well, katy perry isn't...because she's voting naked! it's one of three trending headlines we are following today. perry teamed up with 'rock the vote' and website 'funny or die' to let people know it doesn't matter what you wear.. as long as you go vote. approved voting attire includes a child's onesie and teeny superman undies. martin shkreli in the face...for a good cause! you may remember shkreli after he hiked up life-saving drug prices 5,000%. he is auctioning off a punch in the face to the highest bidder. the money will benefit the family of his late pr manager who recently passed away. he also said the winner can use a "pinch puncher" of sorts to execute the jab in their place.
celebrity can be perilous. according to intel.. amy shumer is at the top of the list for riskiest searches. they say there's a 16-percent chance you'll end up on a site that has a computer virus or malware designed to steal your passwords and personal information. rounding out the top-5 most dangerous celebrity searches- justin bieber.. carson daly.. will smith and you can check out all of the stories that are trending today.. just download our free 13 action news mobile app. anchors adlib and toss to bryan thursday slight rain chances are in the forecast. similar to wednesday we could see some light rain in the morning and then a thunderstorm bubbling up later in the day after some heating occurs. the rain will be hit and miss and not
highs will be in the upper 80s for the las vegas valley, which is normal for this time of year. friday the dry air starts to take hold and sunshine takes over. we will keep enough moisture around that some mountain top rain is possible, but not likely. highs will warm back up into the 90s and stay there for the first half of the weekend. winds will pick up this weekend and allow cooler air to start to move in. next week we are talking highs into the low 80s and windy weather for monday. we will loose the winds mid week but keep the beautiful temperatures around. happy autumn!
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version "but tougher".. because athletes really have to work through their injury. abc's stephanie ramos w competitor in washington dc to learn more about his journey and this up-and-coming sport. it's been more than three years since derek benson has been able to walk. sot derek benson "this car dipped in front of me and i was wheelchair bound - a challenging reality he was forced to deal with.. sot derek benson "the depression knowing that you're going to have to live your life
it's just horrific." but as he sat in his hospital room feeling helpless? a suggestion from a friend inspired him. sot derek benson "you can try wheelchair bodybuilding." wheelchair bodybuilding was founded in the us in 2006. five years later, the international federation of bodybuilding officially recognized the competition. there are only 23 professionals in the us. benson competes as an amateur and is the only wheelchair bodybuilder in the washington dc area. sot derek benson "it's tough, that's the thing with every athlete's got a condition they have to overcome in a different way. so you really got to think outside the box with your training." stephanie ramos stand up yup! that's really hard! from the pull down rope to the rowing, lifting weights: derek benson is not letting his injury define him." (turns to derek working out - 'not going to bother you, don't mind me.) last march, benson came in second in his weight class. he says the sport not only gave him the confidence he lost after the accident, but a new
sot derek benson "i mean you have to look at it as a gift that god gave me in my life to carry on to have a second chance, per say. what gifts i have left. be an example and get my life right again. for my family, for everyone who's rooting for me, praying for me, so it's just more than check of your forecast! and.. before we head to break.. a look at tonight's abc primetime lineup. (ad-lib)
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>> judge judy: he hit an inanimate object. not a moving object. not the deer or the moose that was coming out. >> announcer: the judge sorts through the wreckage. >> judge judy: you have a driver's license? >> no, i don't. >> judge judy: what are you doing behind the wheel of a car? >> announcer: but... >> judge judy: now let's get to you. >> announcer: ...will they do more damage? >> judge judy: first tell me whether you were smoking marijuana that day. >> no, ma'am, i was not. >> announcer: "judge judy." >> judge judy: they're both teenagers, and you know what teenagers do when they speak?
enter the courtroom of judge judith sheindlin. the people are real. the cases are real. the people are real. the cases are real. the rulings are final. captions paid for by cbs television distribution dawn villavicencio is suing the father of her son's former friend, jesse dulaney, for the value of a car that was totaled by his son, brandon. >> byrd: order! all rise! your honor, this is case number 299 on the calendar in the matter of villavicencio vs. dulaney. parties have been sworn in. >> judge judy: [ snaps fingers ] >> byrd: you can be seated. >> judge judy: all right. this is your son. he's 19. >> yes, ma'am. >> judge judy: this is your son. >> yes, ma'am. >> judge judy: he's 17? >> yes. >> judge judy: and you two were friends. >> yeah. >> judge judy: and neither of the two of you were there at the time of this accident, although both of you had a lot to say in this complaint and answer. so let's see if i understand it. he was using your car.