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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
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. mid 80s as high pressure builds in just a few hours... the man accused of beating a 5 year old boy is expected to face a judge for the first time. now the boy's mom is speaking only to 13 action news-- as her son remains in the hospital. the pictures of little marscel are hard to look at. he's now recovering from internal injuries and a fractured leg. his mom says he was severely beaten by a family friend on
over custody of the boy, because his mom says she was extremely ill. did marscel ever say anything that made you question deshaun? nothing. (butted) "when he was coming over on the (butted) "when he was coming over on the weekends, he never had like no brusies or nothing on his body. (butted with (krystal willoughby, aunt "he called him daddy or uncle because he really looked up to him and marscel seemed really happy." the single mother says all she wants now is custody of marscel-- and to see her former friend face charges. right now onepe police custody accused of intentionally setting a home on fire.... injuring two people. police and firefighters were called out to the home near carey and las vegas boulevard around 9 last night. one person had to be taken to about 20-thousand dollars in damage. new overnight-- wiki-leaks founder julian assange is promising to reveal "significant information" about the election...
assange spoke at a press conference in berlin, to mark the 10th anniversary of "wiki leaks." he says he'll start releasing information this week.... ...and he is planning to have everything out in the public in the next 10 weeks. the leaks include details on war, oil, google, weapons and the election. tonight-- the vide presidential candidates are getting ready to go head to head in their one and only debate. head to head in their one and only debate. senator tim kaine is meeting with his advisers to prepare himself, while mate mike pence is reportedly getting some debate help from wisconsin governor scott walker. the candidates have not been shy about attacking each other-- but this will be the first time they'll have to do it face-to-face. (sen. tim kaine / (d) vice presidential nominee) "mike pence is a guy who believes marriage equality will cause a societal collapse. he insulted brave lgbt soldiers." (gov. mike pence / (r) vice presidential nominee) "when tim kaine was governor he actually tried to raise taxes by 4 billion dollars." the debate starts at 6 o-clock you can watch it right here on
mike pence can be expected to get questioned about... how the republican nominee is now embracing the reports that he may not have paid federal income taxes for nearly 20 years. 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. meanwhile, trump is facing another controversy involving his fortune. sent a cease and desist letter to his charitable foundation saying it's not actually registered to raise money. that same attorney general is investigating whether trump used foundation donations to settle lawsuits against his business. the campaign is calling it all "political motives" from a democrat. happening right now-- hurricane matthew is making
to leave their homes as fast as they can-- before the storm hits. take a look at this pictures we're just getting in showing the flooding there this morning. the winds from the storm are expected to reach up to 145 miles per hour. here's a live picture from north carolina you can see the big waves there. this from hurricane matthew. this graphic shows the hurricane's current path. right now florida is under a state of emergency as they prepare for a the powerful storm. the category 4 hurricane-- has already taken at least 4 lives across the carribean. police in henderson are asking for you help... to piece together one man's mysterious murder. investigators tell us a 49-year- old man called 9-1-1 yesterday morning saying he'd been shot. moments later he crashes his vehicle into a light pole near anthem and bicentennial parkway and died from his injuries. police tell us he was at "the bar" or "born and raised" on
that night. he was driving a 2012... black, 4- door "ford focus." if you think you might know anything, you're asked to call police. reality tv star kim kardashian is extra thankful to be alive this morning.. we're learning new terrifying details about the night she was robbed at gunpoint. karla adlibs weather forecast tease and live drive is at the scene of a crash it looks like its near the spaghetti bowl. thankfully you can see cars are moving right past it! chopper 13 fast and first over a crash near 1-15 and the speedway.
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. young child's death. police are now revealing it was a 3-month old baby found unresponsive yesterday morning. the infant's parents and their 4 children were at a friend's apartment near charleston and lamb. metro's abuse and neglect
case, but they haven't said if the death is suspicious. the couple's 3 other children are now with child protective services. kim kardashian is back in the u- s... after she was reportedly tied up and robbed at gunpoint in paris. t-m-z got this video of the reality star and her husband kanye west arriving back at their home in manhattan. west has now rescheduled two of his tour dates because of the hold up. t-m-z is reporting that kardashian was asleep when the armed men broke in and tied her they even put duct tape over her mouth because she was crying. kardashian's body guard was reportedly with her sisters at the time of the robbery. a woman says her visit to a haunted house is now turning into a real life nightmare. i love haunted houses but after this one i don't know if i'll ever go back what she claims happened inside the attraction that caused her to reach out to police. and a officers with their guns drawn surrounding this massive home. we brought the story to you as
impact. 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 060030 officials from the u-s geological survey say the building code helps protect us from too much destruction. but you'll remember just last year, a 4-point-8 quake near caliente damaged part of the 95. the freeway had to be shutdown until it could be fixed. today county commissioners will unveil a new p-s-a made by h-g-t-v stars "the property brothers" encouraging earthquake safety 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. highs in the low 80s through thursday, with lots of sunshine and dry conditions. by friday we warm a bit to the
hurricane matthew is over the country right now - bringing torrential rain and winds. we are also just learning the hurricane may be downgraded to a tropical storm warning while it moves through central caribbean. we'll keep you updated on that. take a good look at your screen metro is searching for this wannabe armed robber on the run. detectives tell us last monday he tried to hold up a restaurant at gunpoint, near lake mead and rampart.
money, and he took off on foot. thankfully no employees or customers were hurt. if you recognize the man-- call crime stoppers. a woman is going to police... because she says an actor at one of our most famous haunted houses crossed the line. 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 this isn't the first time workers at freakling brothers have been accused of inappropriate touching. there are several posts from women on yelp claimn were groped during the attraction. but owners say the problem r 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 in order to go through the haunted house you have to sign a waiver acknowledging there could be physical contact. freakling brothers says they don't do background checks on their actors, but they do go through intensive rehearsals.
short. it was originally set at 2 years... but now she will only have to stay out of the sport for 15 that means she can return to professional tennis in april. sharapova tested positive for a drug on the banned substance list earlier this year. right now-- an out of control wildfire burning in colorado is forcing hundreds of people out of their homes. the flames have already destroyed at least 7 structures. firefighters say strong winds are helping fan fuel the fire. "you know, home is where the heart is, and when that home's
up for all of the evacuees. the fire has scorched through at least 3-thousand acres. 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, 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 sunshine and dry conditions. by friday we warm a bit to the mid 80s as high pressure builds in today's gma first look...
underway for the murder trial is now underway for t charged with leaving his young son in a hot car... leading to the toddler's death. abc's steve osunsami is following the case. < in this morning's gma first look, we take you to opening statements. prosecutors in the murder trial of justin ross harris question he could forget to drop his 22 month old off at daycare. especially after the two had breakfast at a this chik-fil-restaurant down the street? just minutes away from both the daycare and his office where the boy died in a hot suv. cooper harris was trapped in a rear facing car seat for more
his father checking on the car in the middle of the day. police say while his son was dying outside, the married father was sexting with other women. prosecutor chuck boring: the defendant's own words show that he is guilty. cruelty. he's pleading not guilty, saying this was an accident. his ex-wife agrees he's innocent. and we'll have more on the trial coming up at 7am - with your gma first look, i'm steve osunsami, abc news, atlanta. > hour-- it's one of the most watch senate races in our country. congressman joe heck and catherine cortez masto both vowing for harry reid's senate seat. today the candidates will be bringing some famous faces to the valley to drum up support. parker adlibs tease chopper 13 fast and first.. heading to that home-- to give
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,
and charleston. you can see a car has been hit by a bus. it is causing some delays but this isn't the only trouble on your road this mroning. new this morning-- flames shooting out of the top of a home. you can see firefighters working to put the fire out. but now we're learning no one was supposed to be inside. we'll have new details from neighbors in a live report-- but first karla how's our forecast looking?
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. highs in the low 80s through thursday, with lots of sunshine afternoon highs will rise to the upper 80s for friday and the weekend. happening right now-- firefighters are investigating
early morning fire-- and no one was supposed to be inside the home. parker collins is at the scene near stewart and sloan-- parker you're talking to neighbors, what are you learning? parker adlibs scene patricia skeary, neighbor 4:34:37-4:34:43 "i was panicked. i constantly time because i was afraid
time because i was afraid something was going to happen." we're now learning why police and swat officers surrounded this massive home with their guns neighborhood to evacuate. it's an update to a story we broke for you first on good morning las vegas. metro says it all started when a man stabbed his friend, and assaulted his girlfriend at the home near d-i and rainbow. then he barricaded himself inside. 6:26:28-6:26:32 come out with your hands up police say the man was armed with a high power rifle-- which prompted the evacuations and heavy police presence. nicole smee, evacuee :03 "we
and all sorts of crazy things happening this morning" :14 the standoff lasted for about six hours before the man finally surrendered. 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. clinton as more qualified to be president. but 54-percent of millenial voters have a negative view of her... when compared to president obama she has some work to do...60-percent of survey respondents say they see the president favorably. millenials are an important group...that helped elect obama twice. this morning.. donald trump is facing some backlash for his recent comments on veterans suffering
presidential nominee) "when people come back from war and can handle it but a lot of people can't handle it." one person who had the strongest reaction to trump's comments... vice president joe biden. :23-:29 "where in the hell is he from? no no no no this is deadly earnest" (butted with) 2:33-2:40 "i don't think he was trying to be mean.. he is just so thoroughly-- completely, uninformed." biden was in florida stumping for hilla trump's campaign is claiming the media and others are taking his comments out of context. turning now to our tight race to fill harry reid's senate seat. republican candidate joe heck says he'll be getting some fundraising help today from former president george w. bush. the congressman's campaign says bush will appear at private fundraisers here in las vegas and lake tahoe. these are not public events. his democrat opponent, catherine cortez masto..
massachusetts senator elizabeth warren. 11.32.28.00 ""it is a no brainer. it is a city that is crying for an nfl franchise." stadium advocates are now trying to plead their case to the community. they say the next thing our city needs to stay a top destination in the world-- is an nfl team... and they brought in some star power to help prove it. 11.12.25.00 "try to find a stock or a business that doesn't do t and down.)"... 11.12.45.00 "the nfl is like this (moves arm up) it is a juggernaut." former raiders player hower long joined in with community leaders to talk about the benefits they see from the proposed stadium and expanding the convention center. they claim it would generate 84 million dollars a year and create 14- thousand new jobs. opponents say using 750-dollars
the governor is expected to call a special session to discuss the stadium funding plans within the next two weeks. some new leadership is being added to our "work-in-progress" hockey team. kerry bubolz has been hired as the president of the new las vegas n-h-l franchise. bubolz spent the last 13 years as president of business operations for the nba's cleveland cavaliers. but.. he's not new to hockey. he's also served as vice- president of sales for the carolina hurricanes.. and chief operating offic the i-h-l's cleveland lumberjacks. 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 marissa kynaston is live outside the downtown area command to tell us why this event is soimportan. the goal-- to build a better relationship between the community and the police department. and the timing is crucial.
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 times-- las vegas has one of the countrys better track 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 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. a safety threat for one henderson community is long gone this morning. how a call to thirteen action news got some unwanted guests in their neighborhood... out for good! karla adlibs weather forecast
breaking news fast and first.. flying over a crash at tropicana and topaz. you can see what looksl ike a small car crashed into a pole. you can also see a minivan with some damage on the front we just saw them load one person are heading to emergency shelters as streets have already started to flood-we are live in jamaica and haiti this morning as we keep an eye on the threat for the u.s.-- only
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ford already recalled the 2013 and 2014 models... but investigators say they may order a recall of 2015 and 2016 models, as well 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. 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
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 high pressure builds here at 13 action news we want all kids in las vegas to be able to annual coats for kids drive is underway. we're partnering with tropical smoothie. please donate gently used or new children's coats at any tropical smoothie cafe. to find a location near you go to ktnv dot com. thanks to the salvation army. they'll distribute the coats to families in need.
of 13 action news. loved ones of the man shot and killed by police officers last year, are now telling 13 action news.. he was just trying to protect his family. relatives of roberto sanchez, were at the fact finding review for the shooting that claimed his life last december. the officers involved may not face any charges. investigators say cops were trying to arrest three people he came out with a gun. but the attorney for the family says the man had no idea what was going on. 22:37:09:03 cal potter, family attorney his family had been a victim of an armed home invasion, so the normal thing not comply when they told him to drop his weapon. it could still take a few more weeks until the d-a makes a
involved. new details on the second fatal officer involved shooting in los angeles from this weekend. police there are now revealing the gun recovered at the scene was a fake weapon... but the orange tip had been colored in black.. so it looked like a real handgun. the police department says the officers opened fire after the man pointed the gun at them. the police chief also said the body camera video confirmed that story. a henderson community says they feel much safer this morning-- now that squatters... is just a pile of dirt. in august, people living near sunset and whitney ranch reached out to us, because they said homeless people had taken over some vacant businesses. the property owners said they would tear it all down before the end of the year, but thanks to our story-- the building is already gone! 12.38.31 everybody's loving it 32 and it was a big safety hazard, it could have ended in a very bad situation, but it didn't 37 and that's a good thing 38 tk (butted with) you called and i think that made
action news 37 terry kniess if you have a problem with squatters in your neighborhood make sure you include your name and phone number. dancing with the stars gets a "cirque du soleil" makeover-- and one contestant gets the first perfect score of the season! it's topping our stories now trending... :00-:06 nats of laurie hernandez performing olympic gold medalist laurie hernandez is a super star on as well. all three judges gave the gymnast a 10. cirque du soleil acrobats and performers got to be a part of each of the dances. tonight-- one more couple will trailer-nv :46-1:00 "jack sparrow... do you know this pirate. only by name. find sparrow for me." the trailer for the new pirates of the caribbean movie "dead
tales" has just been released, but one of the movie's biggest stars-- johnny depp is nowhere to be seen in it. instead, we're introduced to "captain salazar" a ghost pirate played by javier bardem. the film hits theaters next may. you can check out all of the stories trending today... on our ktnv mobile app we're following a lot of breaking news for you this chopper 13 fast and first over a home damaged by a fire. we've got parker collins at the scene. and happening right now hurricane matthew which is
and wind. the category four storm has already killed at a people. we're hearing reports of flooding in haiti right now.. parts of haiti and the dominican republic may see a downpour of up to 40 inches.... but the storm is expected to head north.... here's a live look right now in north carolina... you can see it looks like a storm is coming... it's expected to hit there friday. some states in the south east have already issued a state of emergency happening right now-- firefighters are investigating an early morning fire-- and no
early morning fire-- and no one was supposed to be inside the home. parker collins joins us from the scene near stewart and sloan-- parker you're talking to neighbors, this was a really scary morning for them? parker adlibs scene 4:36:16-4:36:26 "this is all i have. absolutely. i just lost my husband two years ago. i was scared to death." metro is joining hundreds of
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 been rising-- and some say their trust in law enforcement has gone down-- after several incidents involving police and citizens.
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 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. one system moved out and another, weaker one is on the way. most of the energy associated with the weaker system will will be the theme for the forecast through friday. expect a highs in the low 80s through thursday, with lots of afternoon highs will rise to the upper 80s for friday and do something positive today..
we all know you have to work together in order to get things done. but in washington, 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
t. good morning, america. breaking right now, hurricane matthew slams the caribbean. the eye hits haiti this morning. a deadly category 4 storm. 145-mile-an-hour winds. fears of a life-threatening storm surge. and more than three feet of rain triggering floods. as cruise ships reroute to avoid the storm. now the east coast braces for its impact. states of emergency already declared in florida and north carolina. donald trump fighting back against that bombshell tax story. >> i have brilliantly used those laws. >> hillary clinton hitting him hard. >> here is my question, what kind of genius loses a billion dollars in a single year? >> as new polls show democratic nominee topping trump after the first debate. and their running mates prepare for their own big showdown