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the conversation that prompted a school lockdown. but first.. donald trump continues to claim victory in monday's debate as he prepares for round two early next month. it's your voice.. your vote in the race for the white house.. and with election day less than 39-days away.. voters in several states are already casting ballots. but what impact could early voting have on the race for the white house? abc's lana zak is following the latest polls and endorsements from washington. this election is up f nats hillary clinton in florida responding to supporters who feel she should do more-- sot - clinton: "some might say you've only got 39 days to go--why aren't you just out there beating up on your opponent and doing everything to get the vote out and all the rest of it. well, i'll do that [cheers]" meanwhile donald trump is campaigning in michigan--visiting the ford museum--but not answering reporter questions on today's
starting in the wee hours this morning, trump railed against clinton, former miss universe alicia machado, who he described as "disgusting," and the conservative newspapers that have written scathing anti-trump editorials today including dorothy rabinowitz in the wall street journal warning that trump would be "the most unstable, proudly uninformed, psychologically unfit president ever to enter the white house." abc news has learned trump surrogates were encouraged to attack clinton on her response to monica lewinsky in a talking points memo... and we are hearing from te different forum...a judge ruling to release trump's deposition on a lease dispute regarding his new washington hotel sot: lawyer: you think your comments would cause a latino or persn of mexican heritage to be potentially biased against you. trump: with respect to what lawyer: with respect to anything trump: i think in many cases they like me tag: trump
would be "awake to answer the call." meanwhile the commission on presidential debates - confirming there was a problem with mr trump's microphone in the debate hall. lana zak, abc news, wwashington. liberterian presidential nominee gary johnson picked up his second newspaper endorsement. the chicago tribune announced its support.. calling johnson "practical," "able" and "experienced." the paper also suggested that trump and clinton have appealed to voters whose beliefs are not in the best interest of all americans. the detroit news endorsed the former new mexico governo but admitted he's "the longest of long shots." new developments in the case of the the south carolina teenager accused of killing his father and wounding three people at a school. we're now learning he will be charged as a juvenile. this means if the 14-year old is convicted of murder --- or on the attempted murder charges... he will be freed when he's an adult. the teen is accused of killing his father at their home on wednesday before driving to a nearby elementary school and opening fire.
right now, one of the students.. a 6- year-old boy...is in critical condition. two nebraska teenagers taken out of school in handcuffs.. after making what authorities describe as a 'credible threat.' police were notified after another student reportedly heard them talking about bringing a gun to school and told administrators. no word on what charges they might be facing. creepy clowns shut down schools in ohio. schools in reading were canceled today after woman reported being attacked by a clown. said "students and teachers will wish they were never born at the junior and senior high school today." the attack came just hours after police arrested a junior high school student on charges related to an online clown- related threat. tulsa police officer betty shelby has pleaded not guilty to first degree manslaughter. shelby is charged in the shooting death of terence crutcher during an encounter on september 16th. the d-a says shelby confronted
of the road.. but escalated the situation to the point of overreacting. shelby remains free on bond. police in pennsylvania are on a desperate search for a man caught on surveillance video.. repeatedly beating a young child. we want to warn you...the video is hard to watch. for 30 seconds, you see the man hitting the little boy in a parking lot. at first he uses his belt. then-- it looks like he punches knocking him to the ground. he finally picks him up and forces him into the car. a witness says at first he thought it was two adults fighting, until he could hear the boy screaming. he rushed over to put a stop to it, but he says they were already in the car. "the boy's lip was bleeding. his little hand was bloody on the window. the pain, the fear, his eyes just were like help me. he just had it all over him. help me. and i'll do all i can to help that boy." police officers having been
injuries. they're hoping someone will do the right thing and come forward. a daycare employee in kentucky has been cited with second degree assault.. stemming from a disturbing game. according to lexington police.. two male staff members called it 'smack for a snack'.. which required children to get hit so they could get food. according to the police report.. the only way a child could get yogurt was to allow the men to hit them with a stick. a paren finding bruises on their child. a small town mayor in pennsylvania could be out of a job soon... all because of the things he posted on facebook. this is just one of the pictures the man had on his facebook page... seemingly supporting donald trump. many are calling the posts offensive and want the mayor to resign. "you don't need to be putting stuff like that out there. i don't care if it's your personal opinion. keep it to yourself. (butted with) i hope he changes his ways. i hope he apologizes for it.
the mayor is not commenting on the controversy, but says this is all a quote-- "witch hunt." the city council will be meeting monday to decide what to do. the nation's amber alert system is getting a major upgrade. smartphone users can now expect to receive more information on missing children.. including their pictures. the f-c-c also voted to allow the length of the text to be much longer.. and include phone numbers and links to websites. officials are also working to deliver the messages mor precisely to specific areas.. and issue alerts in spanish. a lot of sports fans love to heckle pro atheletes. but one man took it a step further during a practice round for the rider cup. see what happened when one of the golfers decided to see if the fan could do any better. plus... some proud parents in texas this afternoon. what this third grader did to earn a scholarship to the school of her dreams. and..
politics should never come before basic health care, but that's the choice joe heck keeps making. women like me rely on planned parenthood for checkups and cancer screenings, but congressman joe heck voted ten times to take away their funding. heck even threatened to shut down the federal government to eliminate funding for planned parenthood. shutting down the government... taking away access to lifesaving care... just to score political points. joe heck should be ashamed. is responsible
viral. a u-s fan was heckling europe's rory mcelroy dr practice after he and a teammate kept missing a 12 foot putt on the 8th gree. the ball and said.. okay.. let's see what you can do. 1:30-1:35 "nats" and the crowd goes wild. the heckler got some high fives from the european team and a 100-dollar payday for dropping the european team and a 100-dollar payday for dropping
thousand dollar scholarship...cheering." 8-year-old jordin phipps got quite the surprise when she was gained early admittance to the university of north texas along with a 10-thousand dollar scholarship. it all started when jordin's mom uploaded a video of her giving a motivating speech about her passion for education...all while wearing a university of north texas t-shirt. lothringer -"i've been with the university of north texas for 21 years. this is the first time we've ever admitted a student at this early age and it was just because jordin was so special. she touched us with her video and her spirit and her positive attitude." it's not clear just yet what jordin will declare as her major....but the third grader has plenty of time to figure it out. now for a look at the top stories now trending. a stunning tribute to arnold palmer and a new family car...you probably can't
panda-monium in china. nearly 2-dozen panda cubs were introduced to the public. they're all between the ages of one and 4-months.. after a spike in births at china's giant panda breeding facility. that's almost twice as many newborns than in all of last year. and ferrari is debuting a so-called family car. the "lusso-t" is described as a four- seater every day car. it may be the world's most wagon...setting you back a mere 2-hundred 60-thousand dollars. that's pretty cheap compared to ferrari's other new car which goes for just over 2-million dollars. making the family car look like a real bargain. check out this picture of a rainbow in pennsylvania. it was one of several that appeared at the laurel valley golf club.. before and after the ashes of arnold palmer were spread on his course. a surreal send-off for the golf legend.
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aisles right? but it depends on what it really means.. and the government may need your help to find out. here's abc's doctor timothy johnson. cereals? juices, yogurt? "healthy" is a big seller for grocery. i mean, you want to buy healthy stuff, who doesn't? but when it comes to these foods? what does "healthy" actually mean? hmmmm?what if there's no real definition - yet. the u.s. food and drug administration now wants to come up with some asking for comments from - more scrutiny. and that's well deserved? given that many foods that say "healthy" -- and other words like "low-fat", "whole wheat" and "natural" -- can be packed with sugar and calories. the f-d-a? likely to be checking out the amounts of saturated fat, salt and added sugar? and portion sizes, too. after all, who ever thought a can of sugared soda was really two servings? [see a then/now nutrition label comparison] until they define "healthy"?
first, do read the labels! pay attention to portion sizes. they may be smaller than you think. look out for sodium and added sugar. of course, reaching for fresh, whole foods is a great shortcut. because broccoli doesn't need a label? for you to know it's healthy. with this medical minute, i'm dr. timothy johnson. we'll be back with a look at today's top stories and a final check of your forecast! and.. before we head to break.. primetime lineup. at 8 -- last man standing at 8:30 -- doctor ken at 9 -- shark tank at 10 -- 20/20 at 11 -- 13 action news take a look at this view from chopper 13. .bringing you breaking news
i'm catherine cortez masto and i approve this message. they're bringing drugs, they're bringing crime, they're rapists. narrator: and joe heck says "i have high hopes
we'll see donald trump become president." what i said, aah... narrator: heck says he "completely supports" trump. i would bomb the [bleep] out of them. narrator: and heck? reporter: you trust him having his finger on the nuclear button? heck: i do. reporter: why do you say that? heck: why wouldn't i? narrator: donald trump and joe heck.
[cell phone vibrating] when the billionaire koch brothers call, congressman joe heck has been answering. voting with the koch brothers' agenda 85% of the time. giving tax breaks to big oil companies and the super rich, but ending medicare as we know it and forcing cuts to social security. taking care of the koch brothers may be a good call for joe heck, but it doesn't work for nevada's working families. te majority pacall for joe heck, is responsible for the content of this ad. video of yesterday's deadly officer involved shooting. right now detective dennis gilbert is in serious but stable condition after being shot. officers were trying to serve a search warrant, when a man named jeffrey cave started
fire. coming up on 13 action news.. live at 5... an emotional valley man speaks out after a shooting leaves him paralyzed what he's telling us about the man he says shot him. and... a man says his dream of competing in the ironman world championships was destroyed... by a tube of chapstick. but he may not be telling the full story. those stories and more on 13 action news.. live at 5. all new on 13 action news live at 6.. an elderly woman trips on the sidewalk and breaks her arm and knee and now is left unable to walk. and she says a popular tv & internet provider is to blame! we're getting to the bottom of this tonight in a story you asked us to investigate. tonight...mostly clear. lows 67 to 72. south winds up to 10 mph. .saturday...sunny. highs around 90 on the west side of the valley...89 to 93 on the east side. south winds up to 10 mph increasing to southwest 10 to
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you are about to 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 theresa radke is suing her daughter, kali radke, for vandalizing her home, stealing her belongings, and filing a false restraining order. >> byrd: order! all rise! your honor, this is case numr 251 on the calendar in the matter of radke vs. radke. >> judge judy: thank you. >> byrd: you're welcome, judge. parties have been sworn in. you may be seated. >> judge judy: ms. radke, the defendant is your daughter. your lawsuit has two parts to it. one, you claim that she filed false charges against you, which caused you to be arrested and removed from your home, at least for a period of time. and the second involves vandalism to your property. your daughter's defense is that you did, in fact, assault her daughter, who is...8?