tv Action News 5pm ABC October 3, 2016 5:00pm-5:31pm PDT
interactive haunt..and the signed waivers does tell haunt goers they're may be quote incidental mild physical contact. > > 1426 33-14 2639 > you know that sometimes they could end up up against the character so that's what we say touching there's no groping > > owners also say the ladies were being disruptive during the haunts but never witnessed anyone touching the mom. > lisa's mother does admit to hitting the actor after she was touched...but just wishes this turned out differently. > > > 1410 53-14 1056 > could've said it was a mistake wouldn't be here right now at 6 pm-- find out why this isn't the first time a woman had complain about being inapproately touched and what owners had to say: lesley marin 13 action news. breaking news out phoenix---where seven construction workers were hurt after the roof of a church collapsed. two workers have life threatening injuries.
fell 17 feet when part of the roof gave way. osha investigators are on the scene. so far no word on what caused the accident. breaking news... both florida and north carolina have issued 'states of emergencies' tonight ahead of hurricane matthew.. which continues to be a menacing category-4 storm. matthew is approaching jamaica right now with the potential for devistating storm surges and as much as 40-inches of rain. hurricane watches have also the caribbean as matthew tracks north. 13 first alert chief meteorologist bryan scofield is keeping a close eye on this powerful storm.. and we're not suprised those states are already mobilizing their emergency response teams. winds drop out by this evening and mild winds hold throughout 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
indicated the officers should not be charged. 13 action news reporter marissa kynaston has more on what they're dealing with.. and why they say they're still seeking justice. they feel like they've been mistreated the children of roberto sanchez cried today-- as they listened to details of the night their father died. all he was trying to do was protect his 2 young sons that were there in the home with him its been nearly ten months since police shot and killed sanchez. officers went to his home in december robbery suspects. they said sanchez came out of his home carrying a gun, and refused their commands to drop it. police say he then started raise the gun - and that's when an office rshot. but investigators say the body camera - malfunctioned. always, absolutely, it's better to have that footage to provide that testimony for additional evidence to support what happened that night the family attorney says a couple of months before - armed robbers
home. roberto got a gun after that, and the attorney says that's why he was armed that night. he says everyone is frustrated there's no video evidence to show what happened. they have to answer these questions, there's a lack of transparency here in these proceedings there's a go fundme account set up for the sanchez family - it mentions the family's support for the second amendment. the family's attorney tells me they do plan to file a wrongful death lawsuit. it could still take a few more attorney makes that final determination-- on what will happen to the officers involved. mk-- 13an. we're getting our first look at the woman accused of trying to kill an elderly man. according to investigators.. 30- year-old lakisha hooks stabbed the victim in the head after they got in a fight outside catholic charities on main street. the man was rushed to the hospital in critical condition.. but police say he may not
down a major valley road..... after a man with a gun..... started attacking people! 13 action news reporter.... parker collins watched it unfold... from the ground... and... the sky. 15:39:08-15:39:32 a bus had to be brought in for all the evacuees but all the action and investigation is happening in this direction swat had to be called out because this guy spent hours inside this home take vo at 15:39:16 not coming out it started when police say he stabbed a friend and beat up his girlfriend they also say he and a high powered rifle and just would not leave that house eventually he turned himself in take sot nicole smee, eacuee 785.313.1540 :03 "we were just woken up by... and all sorts of crazy things happening this morning" :14 15:40:09-15:40:18 for many hours rainbow had to be closed but it's open now and police say everyone who was hurt will live near desert inn and rainbow parker collins 13 action news. chopper 13 fast and first -- confined space rescue near
"you are talking about a city that has always had its eye on evolving. this is the opportunity right here." supporters of the proposed..... - 1- point -9- billion dollar stadium... are bringing in the big n hall of fame raiders defender.... howie long. the supporters say.... the combined economic impact of the stadium and the proposed convention center expansion.... can't be beat! 13 action news reporter..... bryan callahan has more on the pitch..... that includes the promise of -14- thousand new jobs. 12.20.51.00 "howie long called the stadium a no brainer. this as proponents pitched the importance of both projects adding to the sky line with both the stadium and the convention center expansion." 11.07.19.00 "these two projects
although they would be on opposite ends of the strip... supporters say both projects could have a huge economic impact. adding the room tax funded projects would generate 84 million dollars in public revenue each year... keeping las vegas at the top of its game. 11.43.38.00 "you can't rest on your laurels. there are a lot of other cities trying to knock us off that hill." nfl hall of famer... howie long.. says while he loves oakland... las vegas is at the goal line it is a city that is crying for 11.09.05.00 "this is like a trick sat question, spell cat and i am like where is the trick here, where is the problem?" but opponents say the problem is the $750 million in public money being pledged to the stadium project. 10.57.48.00 "it kind of reminds may not be here. it just feels like a lot of up the other. 11.38.43.00 "i am hoping the legislators will give us that opportunity to move our project forward." 12.21.59.00 "of
bryan callahan, 13 action news." while there's alot of excitement..... over this proposed stadium.... the general public wasn't at today's press event... polical analyst... jon ralston... joins in studio.... with what the public thinks about all this... jon... ----the audience for that rah-rah event, with cheerleaders from unlv and the raiders, was not the public. it was 63 people who have to week. the nevada legislature. ----the votes are not there. everyone there today knows it. so that's why they are tying together the stadium and the convention center expansion and all singing from the same sheet music. these same sheldon adelson lobbyists who derided the convention center expansion are
convention center expansion. and the same gamers who once said the convention center was a must-have and the stadium might be nice now say the stadium is....a must-have. ----so where are we? the special session almost certainly will be next week. legislative caucuses are being briefed. votes are being corralled. will it go off without a hitch? well, they played raiders of the lost ark music today. did indiana jones get the arc without a few traps to overcome? valley wednesday for a rally at the henderson pavilion. if you want to attend.. we have ticket information at ktnv.com. trump was in virgina today where he criticized hillary clinton empowering isis. clinton has pledged not to deploy u.s. combat troops to fight the terrorist organization in the middle east.. which trump calls 'foolish.'
endorcement today from iowa governor terry branstad.. and told supporters he was smart to take advantage of tax laws to legally save his corporation money. clinton was in ohio where she pounded trump on the new york times report on his taxes. according to the times.. trump showed a 916-million dollar loss on his 1995 tax return that allowed him to avoid paying federal income taxes for 18-years. trump represents the same rigged system that he claims he's gonna change. the whole story tells us everything we n about how trump does business. clinton also got an endorsement today from cleveland cavaliers star lebron james. graffiti.. trash and strange noises were all part of life for people in one neighborhood.. and it went on for weeks. then.. some big changes after 13- action news got the ball rolling to get them some badly needed help. plus... a police station....
i'm catherine cortez masto and i approve this message. as a doctor, i see how decisions in washington impact my patients here in nevada. so even though i'm
a republican, i won't be voting for joe heck. joe heck's voted ten times to defund planned parenthood, which thousands of women depend on for cancer screenings. and heck opposes a woman's right to choose even when her health is at risk. for me and my patients,
according to the hancock county sheriff.... the child's mother is a long beach, mississippi police officer. she and a male officer are both on paid administrative leave.... while officials investigate. 13-action news is getting results for a valley neighborhood worried about squatters. they said an old commerccial building had been taken-over.. but now it's gone. contact 13 investigative reporter stephanie zepelin follows up on a story we first told you about this summer. 12.59.242 instead of seeing signs of squatters and construction workers and an empty lot after this building was torn down 50 sz people near sunset and whitney said this building was a magnet for squatters....and right near an apartment complex and a neighborhood of mainly retirees. 12.37.08 and i figured, we gotta get this torn down 10 it was a safety hazard 11 tk terry kniess first called us back in august to let us know about the issue. 01.07 my thought is, just tear the doggone thing down and get it over with and eliminate the squatter problem 11 tk file and
story aired they brought in a company and were tearing out the trees 18 and the beyond that, they taped it off very quickly, brought in the heavy-duty equipment 23 tk back in august we called the company trying to sell the property and 12.37.28 a lot of the neighbors applauded that you came out and followed up on it 32 and of course you called and i think that made all the difference in the world 35 you put the action in action news 37 soc if you have a problem with squatters in your neighborhood.. let us know about it. 'email@example.com.. and be sure to include your phone number. from contact -13-... morgan stanley is being sued. massachusetts has filed a suit..... accusing the bank of dishonest conduct.... to meet sales goals. it says.... morgan stanley pressured employees to open customer accounts... by running "sales contests" targeting loans..... to wealthy clients. the bank says... it will fight the lawsuit....
retail industry... are getting together. "bass pro shops"... is acquiring "cabela's"... for - 5- and-a-half billion dollars. the cabela's chain has -85- stores... with -19- thousand employees. bass pro shops' has -20- thousand workers... in -99- stores. no word yet... whether the deal might mean.... closing some locations. a major legal and business setback for the washington redskins. the supreme court announced today it will not take up an keep its federal trademark protections. the government says the law that governs those protections prevents the registration of so-called disparaging trademarks. so.. without the registration.. the redskins no longer have exclusive rights for the use of the name. the issue came-up after members of some native american groups said the team name was offensive. adlib let's go to chief meteorologist bryan scofield and '13 first alert weather.'
cold front drops out of the northwest and passes 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 w 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 winds hold throughout 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.
las vegas valley. 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 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 the week and into the weekend. mainly sunny skies are expected
changing. now.. a las vegas icon has a new look. we'll tell you about the changes being made to the welcome to fabulous las vegas sign. and... at -6- the n-hl- team headed to las vegas.... may not yet.... have a name... but... there's a big announcement..... the fate of the team. "the welcome to fabulous las "the welcome to fabulous las vegas sign" has a new look!!! "the welcome to fabulous las
and representatives from
"safe nest" came together today.... to turn on the sign... with a new purple look. the new color is in the valley..... needed.... to escape from abusive situations. station casinos is kicking off.... "project pink." you'll see some noticeable changes as it rolls out new things like pink poker and blackjack tables. this is the 7th year in a row station casinos is raising awareness in the fight against breast cancer through the 'project pink' initiative. to date.. the company has raised more than 360-thousand dollars by donating a portion of its
cancer awareness month. 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 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. and once again this year, our partner is tropical smoothie. to ktnv dot com or tropical the coats to families in n new on 13 action news live at six - the race for the vacated senate seat left behind by harry reid is heating up... now which former u-s president is being recruited by republican candidate joe heck to help raise money, tonight at six. and... here's a look.... at what's coming up.... in tonight's primetime lineup... right here on a-b-c... at -8-... it's "dancing with the stars". at -10-... it's "conviction". and... then join us... for action news... live at -11- that's our news for now.. but... stay with us.... for abc's world news
remember.. we're always on at ktnv.com and on our free ktnv mobile app. we'll see you back here in 30-minutes for action news.. live at 6. until then.. thanks for watching. this just in...a virginia teenager arrested for trying to get a clown to horner: i was proud to stand for our country. i will not stand for congressman hardy and donald trump insulting seniors and veterans. hardy wants to raise the retirement age and said seniors who rely on programs like social security are a draw on government and the disabled are a drain on society.
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...
e political points. joe heck should be ashamed. women vote is responsible for the content of this advertising. [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. senate majority pac is responsible
tonight, breaking news. the monster hurricane. the category 4 storm already deadly. tearing through the caribbean at this hour, haiti and jamaica bracing. and then, the models that show it coming toward the u.s. states of emergency already declared along parts of the u.s. coast. also breaking, donald trump just moments ago, with his answer tonight. to the bombshell headline involving his taxe reports he might not have paid federal taxes for nearly 20 years. what trump says now. the outrage tonight over this video. a call to 911 about a suspicious person. the man telling police he was simply waiting for his mother to come home on her porch. >> what are you doing? >> then taken down by police. it was his mother's home. the aborted landing. the passenger jet and the emergency moments before landing. and america celebrating the ryder cup.