tv Action News 330pm ABC October 3, 2016 3:30pm-4:01pm PDT
plus... hillary clinton is taking the battleground states by storm. what she's saying about her opponent's lifestyle. and.. new warnings over a potential cyber threat that could affect the election.. and who authorities are looking-at very closely. but we begin with some big changes in the weather.. and you proba soon as you stepped outside this morning. but will the cooler temps stick around? let's go to 13 first alert chief meteorologist bryan scofield in the weather center with the answer. bryan. winds drop out by this evening and mild winds hold throughout the week and into the weekend. mainly sunny skies are expected your voice.. your vote in the race for the white house..
bombshell on the trump campaign. he's ordering the trump foundation to stop fundraising in new york. the attorney general says the charity raised more than 25-thousand dollars in outside donations without filing paperwork required by state law. the trump campaign says the a-g's actions are partisan.. and has ignored the clinton foundation's activities for years. and donald trump is bringing his campaign to the valley this
morning. tickets are free.. but they're first come, first serve. you can register for tickets on trump's website. hillary clinton on the campaign trail in ohio this afternoon -- ripping into donald trump for living a billionaire's lifestyle while "contributing nothing to our nation." this after a new york times report revealed trump declared nearly a billion-dollars in losses -- and might have legally avoided paying federal income taxes for nearly 20 years. rigged system that he claims he's gonna change. the whole story tells us everything we need to know about how trump does business." clinton also took a moment to say how thrilled she was to have n-b-a superstar and ohio native, lebron james, endorse her. before trump and clinton meet next sunday for their second debate.. their running mates will debate tomorrow in virginia. it's the only time republicac
kaine will debate. the format will be similar to the first presidential debate with the moderator determining the questions.. but it will include a wider variety of topics. new warnings right now over a potential cyber threat that could affect the election. now we're learning that election officials in 21 states have asked for help from the government in blocking cyber attacks. that's according to homeland security secretary jeh johnson. sources tell a-b-c news that investigators believe the hacking is tie levels of the russian government. "we are doing an awful lot of work through our counter-intelligence investigators to understand just what mischief russia is up to in connection with our election," in four cases hackers actually got inside those voter registration databases and likely copied information about thousands of voters. while there's no evidence that the hackers changed voters rolls that is hackers changed voters rolls that is the
the south florida college student accused of killing a woman and her husband this summer has now been formally charged. 19-year-old austin harrouff faces first-degree murder charges in the stabbing deaths. investigators say he also bit-out chunks out of the man's face. harrouff has been hospitalized since the attack. once released.. he'll be taken to jail and held without bond. right now at least 6 people are recovering in two separate shootings in downtown minneapolis. police found two victims at the minutes later-- the second shooting happened. four victims were found there. of the 6 people in total injured, one is in serious condition.... and, according to police, one of those victims is a juvenile. right now, officers are trying to peice together what led up to all the violence. the philadelphia police department is promising changes in the wake of an investigation involving 9 officers..
more than 100 shots to take down an unarmed suspect. police say the man attacked 5 people during a violent rampage. that includes two children who were stabbed. no guns were found at the scene.. but investigators did find several weapons they believe were used in the attack before he was shot and killed. sot - dan sowell/brother: it's a shame that he did it to his own kids but in the end, it wasn't fair that the cops shot de-escalation.. and how to recognize when ill. nats of protesters yelling new at 3 -- violent protests breaking out on the streets of greece. greek police had to fire tear gas and pepper spray at pensioners during a protest. some of the elderly demonstrators tried to tip over a riot police bys blocking a
office. more than a thousand people, some of them with canes, took part in demonstration against more cuts to pensions. no arrests or injuries were reported. here in the u-s, popular shows like "game of thrones" are notorious for their nudity and violence. but all that doesn't fly in china, cnn's matt rivers explains what's banned on chinese television.. and why. when the popular chinese drama abruptly pulled from air in january of last year, the government said it was for technical reasons. but when the show was broadcast the ever-present cleavage of female characters was gone, fallen victim to digital zooms and close-ups. such is life in the world of chinese mediawhere strict government censorship controls many things beyond just
no good. "foreign-inspired" shows are also a problem. media reports say chinese tv stations were warned to put south korean projects on hold after a us backed missile defense system was announced there, a move beijing doesn't like. no shows featuring the children of celebrities are allowed either. this show 'ad, where are we going?' did that. now it's cancelled. plus, any displays o homosexuality are forbidden. an internet show about a relationship between two teenage boys was quickly pulled in february, despite getting 10 million views just one day after its release. (matt rivers) "the following things are also banned: joking about chinese traditions or "classic materials"; sensationalizing private affairs, relationships, or family disputes; or putting stars, internet celebrities or
drinking a beer, although to be fair i can't do that on cnni either. you can't show anyone lighting up a cigarette and finally, you can't show anyone traveling through time. yes, even time travel can't escape chinese censors." some of these restrictions might seem odd, and you could spend all day speculating why they're in place. but don't expect an official explanation of the logic behind them. the government here rarely shares its motivations. so for now, no western influenc, no time travel, no cleavageand no stated reason why. matt rivers, cnn, beijing. in consumer news this afternoon -- starbucks has just raised a pay for its employees! pay raises - between five and 15- percent - took effect today for 157-thousand workers in the u-s. this summer starbucks announced base pay hikes of at least five-percent for employees at
price of some of its drinks... up to as much as 30-cents. your new favorite drama is premiering tonight right here on channel-13. up next.. we'll have an exclusive sneak preview of new legal series "conviction." then later in today's healthy living -- a new study shows one group of people is better off waiting a little bit to get a flu shot! and.. don't for all new 13 action news app.. featuring live streaming.. video on demand and incredible weather radar. it's free in the app store and in google play.
too often joe heck has been part of the problem, putting his party and special interests before nevada. i'm proud of my work with the bush and obama administrations on homeland security. and every bill i sponsored as attorney general was passed by democrats and republicans. i'm catherine cortez masto. i approve this message because i'll work with anyone to put nevada first. "conviction" is all about controversial and provocative cases. but the show's lead character -- has a complicated past. abc's lauren lyster has an
quick show nats like one second just to give a little dynamism show... anet 01. hayes morrison air date: 10/3/2016 10:01:00 pm nats 'hayes morrison...sam spencer' ...who may not be what audiences are expecting... 03. hayley atwell sot : 00:07 "that in the first scene is arrested for cocaine possesison and she's in a police cell" the actress who plays hayes morrison -- hayley atwell -- calls her an anti- heroine that audiences love to hate. a troubled former first daughter thrust into the political spotlight at a young age... anet 10/3/2016 10:01:00 pm nats :43 'i did not vote for your father...me neither' ...atwell describes hayes morrison as morally ambiguous, yet relatable...and ultimately a character you want to go on a journey with and forgive. anet soundbites 02. hayley atwell, sot: she had to make all of her mistakes in the public eye and she never really conformed to what she was told she was meant to be - and she's still fighting that the show drug possession and to save
the team is tasked with deciding if justice has been served in high profile cases. nats anet 02. truth air date: 10/3/2016 10:01:00 pm you two joining the team mean's a lot we're not on your team the ciu isn't the innnocence project - we're not here to exonerate you...then why are you here to look at both sides of the case see if your conviction has merit all while the characters of the ciu... nats anet 04. last chance air date: 10/3/2016 10:01:00 pmt this is your last conviction lyster/messer interplay- male actor nee window into each character's world and go there's a little bit more, there's some humanity we're expecting the coolest temperatures of the season. another day of wind is expected for the las vegas valley. cold front drops out
over head today. from 8am to 1pm today, winds will be at their strongest. 5-20 mph winds will be common with gusts between 25 and 35 mph. this cold front is a dry cold front for las vegas which means mainly sunny skies will be common but behind this front is much cooler air. highs will range between 74 and 79 degrees valley wide with central las vegas looking to hit 76 degrees which is 11 degrees below our normal high temperatures for this time of year. winds drop out by this evening and mild the week and into the weekend. mainly sunny skies are expected with high temperatures slowly rising into the weekend. low 80s will be common tomorrow with mid 80s by this weekend. in today's healthy living.. flu season is here.. will be at their strongest.
25 and 35 mph. this cold front is a dry cold front for las vegas which means mainly sunny skies will be common but behind this front is much cooler air. highs will range between 74 and 79 degrees valley wide with central las vegas looking to hit 76 degrees which is 11 degrees below our normal high temperatures a shot? a new study out this afternoon
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. senate majority pac is responsible
winter.. and do things like get a flu shot. but it seems that experts aren't sure it's a good idea to get a flu shot early, especially if you're olde flu season generally peaks in mid-winter ... but you've probably already noticed flu-shot offers at pharmacies and maybe where you work. still ... it might be a good idea to wait a little while to get that jab, especially if you're older, because doctors aren't sure how long a flu shot will protect you. it seems the science is mixed when it comes to the length of time a shot provides protection from the influenza virus. while the cdc says everyone six
flu shot by the end of october, some immunologyexperts believe it's better for people over the age of 65 to wait. they say elderly immune systems have a tougher time responding ... and the vaccine wears off faster for that age group. the board that advises thecdc on immunizations says that antibodies created by vaccines decline as time goes by -- and seniors are the ones primarily affected. the board suggests delayed vaccinations may give people greater immunity to the virus later in the flu season. either way,federal health officials say is better than no flu shot -- so get the jab whenever you can. 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.. a look at tonight's abc primetime lineup. 8 - dancing with the stars. 10 - conviction 11 - action news take a look at this view from chopper 13.
we'll be right back. 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.
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. women vote is responsible
police after a 6 hour long standoff -- that shut down a busy valley road. he's accused of beating up his girlfriend and stabbing someone else. we now know the police officer who shot and killed a man 10 months ago may not face criminal charges. the man's family says he was just trying to protect them.. and only had a gun because their home had been previously bb the palms casino resort has a new owner. red rock resorts officially announced the purchase of the property. it sold for more than 3-hundred- million dollars. the palms was opened in 2001 by the maloof family. and.. supporters of an nfl stadium in las vegas are still driving toward the goal line. today.. they got some help from legendary
oakland raiders star howie long.. who said bringing the raiders to las vegas is a no brainer. state lawmakers will conr a stadum funng plan uring a special session in the next two
live at 5... a visit to a haunted house turns into the wrong kind of scary. now.. a valley woman is accusing a local company of assualt. and.. an update to a story you asked us to investigate. 13-action news helps deliver results after squatters cause problems in one valley neighborhood. those stories and more on 13 action news.. live at 5. then later.. all new on 13 action news live at 6.. the nhl team headed to las vegas may not yet have a name... but they ha president. who was announced today to head up the team and how he's bringing some championship experience to las vegas. this cold front is a dry cold front for las vegas which means mainly sunny skies will be common but behind this front is much cooler
air. highs will range between 74 and 79 degrees valley wide with central las vegas looking to that does it for 13 action news live at 3:30.. but stay with us for judge judy
>> judge judy: why did you ask them to leave? >> they brought drugs. >> announcer: told to hit the road... >> judge judy: then what happened outside? >> i hear, "stop! stop! you're hitting her truck!" and somebodydy hollers, "misty, they just hit your car!" >> judge judy: why didn't you call the police? >> because he was under the influence of drugs, and they begged me to not call the law. >> announcer: ...then some street justice. >> as soon as i hit it, i got out, and i gushed by a mob of drunk people.
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 misty carpenter is suing 19-year-olds robert duttine and taylor lahr as well as robert's father, matthew. misty claims robert damaged her truck when he backed into it during a party. >> byrd: order! all rise! your honor, this is case number 174 on the calendar in the matter of carpenter vs. duttine/lahr. >> judge judy: thank you. >> byrd: you're welcome, judge. parties have been sworn in. you may be seated. folks, have a seat. >> judge judy: what is your name, sir? >> matthew duttine. >> judge judy: and you are the father of...? >> robert. >> robert duttine. >> judge judy: and you are? >> taylor lahr. >> judge judy: you were in the car with him? >> yes. >> judge judy: who was driving? >> i was, ma'am. >> judge judy: and you weren't there? >> no, ma'am. >> judge judy: you can sit down.