tv Good Morning Las Vegas 5AM ABC October 4, 2016 5:00am-6:00am PDT
candidates are just hours from taking the debate stage.. good morning las vegas! i'm todd quinones. and i'm beth fisher. the time now is ... let's get started with 13 first alert meteorologist karla huelga, who's in for greg. one system moved out and another, weaker one is on the way. most of the energy associated with the weaker system will pass to our north, but it will push close enough to give us a this means below average temps will be the theme for the forecast through friday. expect a highs in the low 80s through
conditions. by friday we warm a bit to the mid 80s as high pressure builds right now... firefighters are making sure a fire out. parker collins is live near stewart and sloan... parker, what are you seeing out there? --- parker adlib ---parker adlib right now..metro is preparing for their annual national night
out. they're joining hundreds of other departments across the nation... 13 action news reporter m kynaston is live outside the downtown area command to tell us why this event is so important to the department. the goal-- to build a better relationship between the community and the police department. and the timing is crucial. like other big cities across the country-- las vegas is dealing with a dramatic rise in homicides. already this year-- there are about 125 homicides-- thats a 27 percent increase from last year. but according to the new york
records for solving homicides-- with an average of eight in every ten cases solved-- compared to other big city departments-- struggling to solve even half their murders. so if you have any questions for the police department-- now is your time to ask. there are several meeting locations across the valley-- you can find those on our website-- ktnv dot com. mk-- 13an. right now, a 5 year old boy is in the hospital after relatives say he was beaten by a family friend. only on 13 action news, the boy's mother is breaking her silence. "he finally opened his eyes, he tried to take everything off and he like tried to reach for
tough to look at. his mom, kendra mitchell says the suspect beat the boy with belts on sunday. mitchell says the suspect had temporarily taken over custody of the child when she fell ill. "when he was coming over on the weekends, he never had like no brusies or nothing on his body." doctors expect marscel to survive... despite multiple internal injures and a fractured leg. mitchell says metro arrested the mitchell says metro arrested the suspect, but we are waiting to hear back from name. an investigation is underway into an arson fire that injured two people last night. it happened near las vegas boulevard and carey. a man is behind bars suspected of starting the fire. one of the injured was taken to umc trauma and the second was treated at the scene. the extent of their injuries isn't known. the fire caused a reported 20- thousand dollars in damage. it's your voice, your vote...in the race for vice president. tonight..the two running mates will go head-to-head in their
kaine has been in intense debate prep. donald trump's right-hand man, mike pence has been making sure he avoids any criticism of being unprepared. (gov. mike pence / (r) vice presidential nominee) "little bit of a debate, with your governor - your former governor presidential nominee) "it's good, i mean, you know... it's intense, but you know, i'm calm. things work out the way they're supposed to. i'm calm." both are expected to highlight differences in policy and and it's likely they'll go after each other's records as they've done on the campaign trail. the debate is being held at longwood university in virginia and starts at 6 p-m. the format will be similar to the first presidential debate. breaking overnight... wiki-leaks founder julian assange didn't drop a bombshell that many expected could derail hillary clinton's presidential campaign. overnight... assange spoke via video conference from london. the only thing he really
u-s election system for the next 10 weeks. he also said that reporting about him wanting to harm clinton isn't entirely accurate... .....but he did say that he intends to reveal interesting features of those in power. time now is x:xx --- coming up...a local woman is coming up...a local woman is furious she's calling what happened inside a haunted house a "real nightmare." and later in this newsas the young boy killed in a shooting at an elementary school...gets a "super-hero" tribute from his community. and a live look right now from...nor can see it looks like a storm is coming... hurricane matthew is battering haiti as we speak...the storm just made landfall in western
you'll remember we first broke this story yesterday morning. police say the man stabbed his friend, beat his girlfriend then sparked a 6-hour standoff. several neighbors were forced to leave their homes. 6:26:28-6:26:32 come out with your hands up nicole smee, evacuee :03 "we were just woken up by... and all sorts of crazy things happening this morning" :14
detectives say he was armed with a rifle, but never fired it. this morning, a local woman says a haunted house has become a real-life nightmare after she was groped inside. 04-09 all of a sudden i feel this groping up on my chest and it's like get off of me like three or 4 times 17-19 i love haunted houses but after this one i don't know if i'll ever go back it's not the first time workers grand canyon and flamingo are being accused of groping women. several women on yelp also claim the actors grabbed their chest.. but the owners say the problem is not their actors. there are number of times that was a complaint last year and it ended up being somebody in their group i can say hundred percent we do not grope breast at gates of hell the mother and daughter have filed a police report. a new poll just into our newsroom shows hillary clinton
n-b-c news survey monkey poll.. it shows clinton with 46-percent support, nationally, and donald trump with 40... time now is x:xx --- coming up--bracing for hurricane matthew... haiti is getting hit with powerful winds and heavy downpours...as the southeast u-s anxiously awaits.. but will the storm make landfall? karla adlibs pollen count you're looking at radar showing hurricane matthew on the move
part of the problem is that matthew is moving so slowly...so the rains just keep coming. parts of the island could see more than three feet of rain triggering deadly mudslides. more than 50-thousand people are living in make-shift shelters six years after that devastating earthquake. sot: as we know, we're not really prepared for this type of hurricane. but we're doing the best that we can. the storm has already killed at least four across the region. odds of the hurricane making landfall in the u-s are increasing. a state of emergency has been declared from florida to north carolina. one system moved out and another, weaker one is on the way. most of the energy associated with the weaker system will pass to our north, but it will push close enough to give us a reinforcement of cooler air.
pass to our north, but it will push close enough to give us a reinforcement of cooler air. this means below average temps forecast through friday. expect a highs in the low 80s through thursday, with lots of sunshine and dry conditions. by friday we warm a bit to the the weekend. a murder trial will continue this morning for the georgia
left his 22-month old son inside a hot vehicle. attorneys for justin ross harris say their client didn't notice his son until it was too late. prosecutors say the father knew have had personal reasons for wanting the boy out of his life. the trial is expected to last at least a month. funeral-vm the family of a south carolina boy, killed after a shooting at his elementary school, is asking everyone to remember him by dressing as their favorite super hero. 6-year-old jacob hall died saturday from injuries sustained in that shooting. he was wounded last wednesday when a teen opened fire on the playground. since jacob's death, superheroes have appeared all
people to wear super hero shirts at his funeral. (renae hall/ jacob's mother) "he told me and his daddy one day, you know what i got a secret. i said what's that baby? he said i got super powers. he said i am cat boy and at night when mommy and daddy are sleeping, i go out and save the town and i believe that's what he's doing right now. the two other people hurt in the shooting, were treated and released from the hospital the d the 14-year-old suspected gunman is facing multiple charges, including murder. overseas this morning, police in paris are still hunting for the gang who stolen millions of dollars in jewels from reality t-v star kim kardashian. we've learned new details about the robbery. police say kardashian was tied up..and gagged as the crooks put a gun to her head. there's still no sign of the theives or the jewels. authorities say the jewelry could've been broken up by now and sold off individually. kardashian is back in new york
hasbro has just released a life-like robotic dog. it barks and turns its head in the direction of a person talking. the 'golden pup' as it's called, is designed to help ease lonliness among the elderly and children. the pup is going for 1-hundred-19 dollars. hasbro is also offering a robotic cat for about 99-dollars. facebook recently unveiled its new ebay-like service, and people market for illegal items. abc's kendis gibson and diane macedo have the details in today's tech bytes. < ((kendis/2sh)) in today's tech bytes... facebook taking the wraps off its new shopping feature. ((diane/vo)) called 'marketplace', it is supposed to compete with craigslist and ebay. and people are already using it to sell things that violate facebook's policies, including drugs, animals, and adult services. ((kendis/2-shot)) google is unveiling its new smartphones today, but it won't be much of
((diane/vo)) that's because promotional images of the google pixel and pixel x-l have been leaked. the phone will reportedly have a screen with gorilla glass for protection. plus 12-megapixel rear cameras. ((dianevo)) and ford is bringing back a classic.. social media starting buzzing, after a union rep confirmed that the bronco is making a return in 2018. (kendis reads) no word from ford on the design. but with with cameras, usb ports and navigation systems now in ford's s-u-vs... you can expect a more high-tech version compared to the bronco of the 80's and 90's! ((diane/2sh)) thos tech bytes. ((kendis/2sh)) have a great day. > one system moved out and another, weaker one is on the way. most of the energy associated with the weaker system will pass to our north, but it will push close enough to give us a reinforcement of cooler air. this means below average temps will be the theme for the.
highs in the low 80s through thursday, with lots of sunshine and dry conditions. by friday we warm a bit to the mid 80s as high pressure builds over the area. afternoon highs will rise to the upper 80s for friday and the weekend. coming up in our next half hour of good morning las vegas... donald trump...sounding off about a tax return from 1995 that shows..he might've avoided paying his dues to uncle sam! plus--a murder mystery unfolding in henderson.. we'll tell you what happened that has police scratching their heads this morning. parker adlibs
with firefighters. plus--a murder mystery in henderson. police having a tough time figuring out what happened to a man minutes after he left a bar. donald trump fighting off claims that he didn't pay uncle sam. why the gop nominee is praising himself when it comes to his taxes. good morning las vegas! i'm beth fisher. and i'm todd quinones. the time now is ... let's get started with 13 first alert meteorologist karla huelga. ((ad-lib)) another, weaker one is on the way. most of the energy associated with the weaker system will pass to our north, but it will push close enough to give us a reinforcement of cooler air.
crime." marissa kynaston joins us to tell us why tensions nationwide have made today's event so important. the goal-- to build a better relationship between the community and the police department. and the timing is crucial. in recent years-- tensions have their trust in law enforcement has gone down-- after several incidents involving police and citizens. the latest-- in north carolina-- where african american-- keith scott-- was killed by police. protests broke out-- and several officers were injured. and in los angeles-- protests continue to break out-- as police defend their use of deadly force against two men in separate shootings over the weekend. so if you have any questions for the police department-- now
locations across the valley-- you can find those on our website-- ktnv dot com. mk-- 13an. police need your help this morning piecing together a murder mystery in henderson. a 49-year-old man called 9-1-1 early yesterday morning saying he had been shot. vehicle into a light pole near anthem and bicentennial parkway and later died. at this point, police only know he was at the "born and raised" earlier that night on saint rose parkway and bermuda. he was driving a 2012 4-door black ford focus around 4 a-m. if you know anything, you're asked to call police. this morning, metro is looking for this man seen in these pictures taken from surveillance video. they say he pulled out a gun
lake mead boulevard last monday. nobody was hurt. if you have information, contact metro. republican senate candidate joe heck is getting some help from a former president today. george w. bush will appear at a private fundraiser in las vegas and lake tahoe. the former president won't be making any public appearances. heck's opponent, democrat catherine cortez-masto is also holding an event in the valley today. she'll be hosting massachusetts a new poll in overnight shows hillary clinton leading among the youngest generation of voters. but it also shows she still has some work to do to get the millenial vote. this is according to a survey from the university of chicago and the associated press. it found that millenials see clinton as more qualified than doland trump to be president. at the same time - 54-percent of millenial voters have a negative view of her... when compared to president obama, she also has some work to do.
took the survey say they see the president favorably. millenials are an important group. they helped elect president obama twice. in the race for president.. donald trump is praising himself after a reports have revealed he may not have paid federal income taxes for nearly 20 years. trump i have legally used the tax laws to my benefit. and to the benefit of my company, my investors and my employees. i mean, honestly, i have brilliantly -- i have brilliantly used those laws. the new york times obtained part of tax return. it shows, in just one year, trump claimed a 9-hundred-16 million dollar loss. the law would've allowed him to avoid paying taxes for nearly 20-years. trump is catching criticism for not releasing his tax returns. he says it because he's under audit, but the irs says nothing legally is preventing him from
polls are showing hillary clinton has received a boost following that first debate. a new cnn-orc poll shows clinton with a 5-point lead over trump. the voter survey has clinton at 47- percent and trump at 42. they're followed by libertarian gary johnson draws at 7%.. with the green party's jill stein with 2%. the next debate is this sunday. happening right now...hurricane matthew is battering haiti. th made landfall there...and is bringing torrential rain and up to 140 mile per hour winds. here's a live look in north carolina right now where people are also bracing for this storm. it's expected to move north. a couple states in the south east have already declared a state of emergency ahead of this storm.... time now is x:xx --- newly released video is once- again..raising questions about use- of-force by police. :54 nats of yelling :56 many say they're outraged by
and was just trying to get in. but the police department says the video needs context. this morning, many believe it shows a mis-use of force. officers first responded to the home with reports of someone trying to break in with a shovel. they found dejuan yourse sitting on the proch holding a shovel. he tries to explain that he's locked out and is having a hard time reaching his mom on the phone. tensions between the officers and yourse rise after he shares his criminal record. he then starts calling friends for help. "i just said sit down..but why that?" "police is over here and they harassing me." all charges were dropped and both officers have resigned. police confirm they later discoverd yourse had two warrants out for his arrest. meanwhile, in los angeles, over two-dozen people marched last night against two recent deadly police shootings in the area. in one of them, officers say the suspect turned toward them with a gun. in the other the suspect allgedly pointed what looked like a real gun at police.
force in both cases. time now is x:xx --- right now--southern california is on earthquake alert . a swarm is raising fears that "the big one" could happen at any time. so, how would a large california quake affect las vegas? plus--supporters of the proposed nfl stadium in las vegas..are getting some hall of
temps will be the theme for the forecast through friday. expect a highs in the low 80s through thursday, with lots of sunshine and dry conditions. by friday we warm a bit to the mid 80s as i over the area. afternoon highs will rise to the upper 80s for friday and the weekend. here at 13 action news we want
able to pass to our north, but it will push close enough to give us a reinforcement of cooler air. this means below average temps will be the theme for the forecast through friday. expect a highs in the low 80s through thursday, with lots of by friday we warm a bit to the mid 80s as high pressure builds 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 stay warm this winter. so our annual coats for kids drive is underway. and 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
smoothie dot com. thanks to the salvation army. as the temperatures start to get colder, they'll distribute the coats to families in need. and a big thanks to tropical smoothie cafe, a proud sponsor of action news and this community project. new video just coming into our newsroom of pope francis praying at the site of a devastating earthquake in central italy. the pope made a surprise visit there this morning. he had made it clear he wanted to visit the area... along to, quote, "be close to the people." pope francis will visit a school today, and parts of the country that is still closed - for safety reasons. - after the earthquake. this morning, hundreds of small earthquakes along the san andreas fault in southern california, has millions of people on heightened alert for the possibility of a major earthquake. experts say if "the big one" struck..., nevada would feel the fallout. the biggest impact would be the cut-off of goods coming in.
you might remember last year's 4-point-8 quake near caliente. dr william savage with the u-s geological survey says building codes help protect las vegas in big quakes. 060011 everybody who lives in las vegas should have a little tiny bit of worry about earthquakes occuring here 060017 and that worry should cause them to have astock pile of food and water in their garage to have an emergency response plan within the family . 060030 the warning for california is in place through today. newsroom shows nevada has a high number of uninsured drivers on the road. according to wallet hub, nevada ranks 44th in the country.. for states with the highest number on uninsured drivers. anaylists say the number of uninsured drivers could actually impact how much the rest of us pay for car insurance. if you're curious... texas has the most uninsured
has the least. 13 action news is listening to your concerns and getting results against the squatter problem around the valley. neighbors living near sunset and whitney ranch say a vacant business complex has been a magnet for squatters. we called the company that's trying to sell the property. they told us they would tear it down by the end of the year. but only 3 weeks after our story aired.. it was gone. 12.37.28 a lot of the neighbors applauded that you came out and followed up onit course you called and i think that made all the difference in the world 35 you put the action in action news 37 terry kniess if you have a problem with squatters in your neighborhood please be sure to include your phone number. supporters of bringing an nfl stadium to las vegas are getting some star power to help out. 11.32.28.00 ""it is a no brainer. it is a city that is crying for an nfl franchise." that's legendary raider howie long. he says he wants to see the project get across the goal
that has always had its eye on evolving. this is the opportunity right here." proponents pitched the benefits of the proposed 1.9 billion dollar stadium yesterday along with plans to expand the convention center. state lawmakers are expected to discuss both projects during a special session in carson city in the next two weeks. it's been a wild start to the week for one family in southern it's topping our stories now trending. take a look..this wayward bear wandered up to the family's back door. the husband and wife were watching the whole thing unfold and posted pictures to facebook. at one point the bear tried to slip under the gate, but ended up breaking it. nobody was hurt in the up-close encounter. but get this--moments later, they saw this bobcat lurking around in their backyard! the family says they enjoy the beauty of nature in their
have left their homes as eruptions continue at the colima volcano . you can see the lava pouring out of the top of the mountain. the eruptions have also sent large plumes of smoke into the air. nobody has been injured and authorities hope people can return home soon. you can check out all of the stories that are trending today.. just download our free 13 action news mobile app. you can get the latest weather and more. one system moved out and another, weaker one is on the way. most of the energy associated with the weaker system will pass to our north, but it will push close enough to give us a reinforcement of cooler air. this means below average temps will be the theme for the forecast through friday. expect a highs in the low 80s
sunshine and dry conditions. by friday we warm a bit to the mid 80s as high pressure builds happening right now.. firefighters are looking into what eastside of town. parker collins is there right now.. parker adlibs marissa adlbs chopper 13 fast and first this morning....over the scene of an overnight fire near stewart and sloan...giving us our first
when i was one year old, i was
diagnosed with a rare form of cancer on my spinal chord. but i spent my whole life fighting back. so you can imagine what i thought when i saw donald trump say... "i don't know what i said, ah, i don't remember!" "that reporter he is talking about suffers from a chronic condition that impairs movement of his arms." i don't want a president who makes fun of me.
200 people were stranded overnight when high winds forced the cable cars to stop running. the company says they gave people raincoats...warm soup and hot water while they were waiting. this happened during a national holiday in china... that means all the tourist attractions are packed. everyone did make it to the attractions are packed. everyone did make it to the ground safely.
after a shooting at his elementary school is asking everyone to remember him by dressing as their favorite superhero for his funeral. 6-year-old jacob hall was shot last week when a teen opened fire at his school's playground. the south carolina boy died saturday after suffering a brain injury caused by blood loss. now jacob's family wants everyone to remember him as a superhero...not only because he loved them... but also because he believed he was one. (renae hall/ jacob's mother) "he told me and his daddy one day, you know what i got a i said what's that baby? he said i got super powers. he said i am cat boy and at night when mommy and daddy are sleeping, i go out and save the " now the small community of townville is coming together to make sure everyone has superhero shirts for jacob's funeral tomorrow. pause for nats of song new details this morning on the
investigators have now narrowed down their focus to prince's doctors and the black market. their two main questions are: if doctors illegally prescribed opiods for prince...and whether the fentanyl that killed him came from a black market source. this raises the prospect that doctors could be charged with writing unlawful prescriptions. prince was 57 when he was found dead from an overdose in his minneapolis home. it may be getting closer to hallowee and unwanted bats are now closing a school in houston. staff members started to notice the bat problem at the private school last week, but it wasn't until a bat removal expert was brought in that officials discovered there was a serious problem. (mom "we were there wednesday night for a reception, and there was just one bat flying around and kids were jumping up trying to touch it, catch it, and it finally flew out the door.") one student has to get rabies
it's illegal in texas to kill bats, so now they have to wait until they can all be removed. they can't give an exact number on how many there were, but they believe there are hundreds inside the school walls. the proposal to build an nfl stadium has a huge supporter... 13 action news political analyst jon ralston sat down with steve wynn to find out why he's all for the raiders coming to las vegas. here is no bigger supo that proposed stadium in las vegas than steve wynn. he's been around a long time--50 years in fact. and he says this would be a game change. is the final---the final crown--on making sure that las vegas is the most viable destination resort in the country along with orlando and new york ralston: how passionate is wynn about that stadium.... sheldon adelson and steve wynn in carson city, testifying? it might happen next week. jon ralston 13 action news.
happening right now at 6-am... firefighters rush to put out a house that caught fire overnight. and they've been surprised by what they've found inside. we have you covered on all angles of this - chopper 13 live over the scene near stewart and sloan. and parker collins is on the ground. parker, what are you seeing out there.. par beverly snow, neighbor 4:33:59-4:34:09 "it's bad. this is a neighbor, her and i been chasing squatters out of