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this is what it looks like from dayton beach right now. millions of americans are currently in th deadly storm. many people are calling this the storm of the centry.. this morning, hundreds of thousands are without power..as the storm crawls up the coastline. we'll have a live report from florida in just a moment.. but first..let's get to greg bennett with latest on where hurricane matthew is right now. thanks greg... we want to take a live look at the conditions in florida right
this morning. over 28-thousand homes have been damaged..and there's fear the death toll will rise as floodwaters recede. and take a look at this video..taken by some hotel guests staying in the bahamas. the winds were so strong, it ripped a gaping hole in the wall of their room. hurricane matthew is slamming florida's coastline... this is what it looks like from dayton beach right now. millions of americans are currently in the path of this we'll continue to follow the latest developments with hurricane matthew. dayna is monitoring live feeds
the valley though... 13 action news reporter parker collins is live near horizon ridge and green valley parkway with details on kaine's visit. parker? in just a few hours... he'll be talking at this senior center. he was in vegas yesterday. kaine attacked trump yesterday. kaine spoke to several hundred people at the united brotherhood of carpenters training center in las vegas. the democrat spent part of his speech criticizing trump's visit to nevada on wednesday. he talked about trump's lack of position on storing of long-term nuclear waste at the reno on wednesday, where the republican front-runner pronounced nevada wrong. " i heard that somebody is trying to instruct y'all on
this state not sure what exactly we're in for today... we will be at the event... and let you know exactly what happens. reporting live parker collins thirteen action news. time now is x:xx --- up next a local real estate agent is fighting to live right now.. his family says he was stabbed at an open house...but there's some unanswered questions in this case. and i'm tracking the la hurricane matthew from the breaking news center.... this is a live look in jacksonville.... a huge break this morning in the search for a driver accused in this
r military makes. our benefits are earned, and we rely on them. politicians like joe heck should understand that. narrator: joe heck voted to shut down the federal government, risking critical services for nevada veterans. and during that shutdown,
heck continued cashing his congressional paycheck. his military record deserves respect. but back in dc, joe heck is putting politics before nevada. and that doesn't work for me. narrator: vote vets is responsible for the content
death of an inmate. raynaldo john ruiz ramos is charged in a shooting that authorities say perez and another inmate were shot while they fought in a hallway at high desert state prison 2-years-ago. perez was handcuffed at the time. yesterday, a las vegas judge said she's heard enough evidence to send this case to trial. ramos is facing involuntary manslaughter charges. his attroney says he plans to plead not guilty to all charges. a local real estate agent is fighting for his life this morning. his family says he was stabbed in the neck while showing a
he goes to the gym, he runs and he kickboxes. he should be able to make it with god's help." ryan vega is hospitalized right now and is unable to talke. his family says he had just gone back into the house near lake mead and civic center last friday..after showing it to some prospective buyers. minutes later, he ran up to the buyers aganet hold his police say the suspect lives at the home but hasn't been arrested. vega's family says they hope people realize the dangers real estate agents can face. time now is x:xx --- we're just two days away from round 2 of the presidential debates... next....hear what donald trump has to say about how he's preparing for the next
by the nevada democratic party, reid essentially called the gop nominee a liar. he doesn't tell the truth. he's afraid to show his income tax returns. he raped and pillaged atlantic city. who knows what his tax records who has no business ethics." senator reid said trump was refused a permanent gaming license in nevada following his business problems in new jersey. the trump campaign hasn't responded to reid's comments. donald trump..fresh off his visit to las vegas, held a town hall with supporters in new hampshire. the event was similar to what sunday's debate will look
this is trump's way of preparing. but the gop nominee insisted that's not the case. this isn't practice, this is nothing to do with sunday, we're just here because we just wanted to be here and you know, hillary frankly, they talk about debate-prep. it's not debate-prep, she's resting trump taking that jab at clinton. according to her campaign, she's spending the next two-days preparing for the debate. trump's campaign manager said he is "preparing constantly." time no up--chilling surveillance footage... it shows the moments a man started attacking people at random inside a minnesota mall.. hear why the fbi has run into a major roadblock in the investigation. facebook has active its safety check, as hurricane matthew check, as hurricane matthew impacts the u-s. horner: i was proud to stand for our country. i will not stand for congressman hardy
as a marine combat veteran, i understand the sacrifices our military makes. our benefits are earned, and we rely on them. politicians like joe heck should understand that. narrator: joe heck voted to shut down the federal government, risking critical services for nevada veterans. and during that shutdown, heck continued cashing his congressional paycheck.
ck in dc, joe heck is putting politics before nevada. and that doesn't work for me. narrator: vote vets is responsible for the content of this advertising. schiavocampo have the details in today's tech bytes tech bytes.. hurricane matthew triggers a social media safety system. ((mara/vo)) facebook has activated its safety check for anyone in the hurricane zone. ((kendis)) the check- in tool will allow users to inform their friends across the social media platform that they're safe.. with just one click. ((kendis/vo)) snap chat is getting ready to go public. according to the wall street journal...the photo sharing app's parent company is working on an i-p-o, putting the value at 25 billion dollars. (diane reads) the report say the company is hoping to sell
mara vo)) and verizon is now working with drone makers, to connect their devices to verizon's wireless network. ((kendis)) prices for the plans are roughly in line with what customers pay for data. having a data plan will allow drones to connect to the internet, and stream material back to the ground. ((mara/2sh)) those are your tech bytes. ((kendis/2sh)) have a great day.
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hurricane matthew is affecting more than just the people in its path. into the southwest along with moderately stable midlevel air. this is keeping mainly sunny skies common along with mild high temperatures gradually climb back into the lower 90s and upper 80s; with sunday and monday ranging between 87 and 92 degrees. clouds look to build moving into monday afternoon as a las vegas. rain chances have dwindled down significantly for the valley as the front passes, cooler air will take its place and mid and upper 80s. hurricane matthew is affecting more than just the people in
its path. the storm is also causing headaches for millions of travelers across the country. cancelled this morning. the ripple effected is expected to impact millions across the country today. airports in ft. lauderdale, miami, and orlando halted flights yesterday. officials are urging people to check their flight plans through the weekend. even if you're not flying to the southeast. the hurricane could cause widespread cancellations.
latest developments with hurricane matthew. dayna is monitoring live feeds from the breaking news center.. you'll also notice the radar on the bottom left of your screen. let's get over to yasmeen for a check of your roadways... right now.... las vegas firefighters are at the scene of a fire that broke at a home in the southeast side of the valley. marissa kynaston is fast and first near st. rose parkway and eastern. what are firefighters saying marissa? marissa adlibs marissadlibs marissa adlibs also overnight-- las vegas firefighters were called out to
electronics charging. the room is completely gutted. two adults and a teen were displaced. thankfully no on was injured. the north las vegas fire department has lost one of its own. a firefighter of 22-years and has passed away after copmlications he suffered while any issues. he was that person" captain yaphet (yah-fet) miller captain yaphet (yah-fet) miller died wednesday night. firefighters are confident this was line of duty death. according to family, captain miller's heart stopped while fighting a strip mall fire near rancho and washington last month. this resulted in a severe brain injury and he was placed on life support. miller leaves behind a wife and two kids. kids screaming 4 seconds of
district police say students started a stampeded after someone yelled clowns. 6 students were injured. the so-called "creepy clown" sightings aren't just causing problems at schools. metro says their resources are being drained. they got 2 calls last night about armed clowns walking around craig and nellis. officers never found anything..and believe it was a prank call. metro is concernced becaused the prank calls are preventing something more serious. ahead today... vice presidential candidate tim kaine is in town...gathering support for hillary clinton. he's already been hard at work here in the valley. 13 action news reporter parker collins is live near horizon ridge and green valley parkway with details on kaine's visit. parker? in just a few hours... he'll be talking at this senior center. he was in vegas yesterday. kaine attacked trump yesterday.
people at the united brotherhood of carpenters training center in las vegas. the democrat spent part of his speech criticizing trump's visit to nevada on wednesday. he talked about trump's lack of position on storing of long-term nuclear waste at the state's yucca mountain facility. kaine also singled out comments made by trump at a rally in reno on wednesday, where the republican front-runner pronounced nevada wrong. not sure what exactly we're in for today... we will be at the event... happens. reporting live parker collins thirteen action news. time now is x:xx --- up next... we're learning new details about that deadly train accident in new jersey.. how much faster was the train going before it slammed into the terminal? greg adlibs nats: there is one dropping
oh my gosh, there it is, oh my gosh. people in the southeast aren't the only ones dealing with rough weather. folks near wichita, kansas are cleaning up from tornadoes that touched down yesterday. the twisters damaged some buildings and brought down trees and power lines. thankfully no injuries were reported. conditions are expected to clear up today. surveillance-vm authorities in minnesota have released vide attack that happened inside a shopping mall last month. the surveillance footage shows the suspect as he barges into a store and starts attackign the clerk. police say he used two steak knives to stab ten people before being shot an off-duty police officer. authorities believe the suspect was an islamic radical. travis, store clerk he just charged me with a knife saying are you a muslim? are you a muslim? the fbi is still investigatine n into a major roadblock because they can't get into his iphone. new information on the commuter
jersey that killed a woman and left more than a hundred injured. after analyzing the data recorder.. authorities now say the train sped up from 8 to 21 miles an hour.. just before it slammed into a platform at the terminal. the engineer applied the emergency brake.. but it was less than a second before impact. i'm following the latest developments with hurricane matthew.. let's take a live look we have a reporter standing by..ready to give us an update...we'll check in with them right after the break. the impact of hurricane matthew
with more than 100 thousand people without power and dangerous hurricane force winds threatening cities as the storm passes through. let's get right out to reporter jason lamb he's live about 90 miles south of orlando... in the beach town of micco (mee-ko) florida this area avoided the severe direct impact we were fearing the most but that definitely does not mean the danger is we have seen some very dramatic winds this morning... approaching hurricane force -- 74 miles an hour if not surpassing that. with those winds, power lines are down across southern
and it is still a very dangerous situation with the threat of flying debris and housing materials, and trees down across the area. even though the eye of the storm has passed our location, people here are still getting battered with extremely powerful rain bands and of course the wind... as we are still very much feeling the effects of hurricane matthew. now we are waiting on word from emergency managers on when its ok for everyone who has evacuated here to move back. live in micco i'm jason lamb, now back to you. thanks jason... breaking new details just into our newsroom.... officials say a woman has died
let's get over to 13 first bennett...who's tracking hurricane matthew...and the weather here at home. high pressure centered within colorado has extended its reach into the southwest along with moderately stable midlevel air. this is keeping mainly sunny skies common along with mild winds between 5 and
as we move though the weekend, high temperatures gradually climb back into the lower 90s and upper 80s; with sunday and monday ranging between 87 and 92 degrees. clouds look to build moving into monday afternoon as a front passes to the north of las vegas. rain chances have dwindled down significantly for the valley clouds build are more likely. we will hold to partly cloudy skies moving into tuesday but as the front passes, cooler air will take its place and temperatures will begin to drop slowly. by wednesday and thursday, high temperatures should be in the
results on a story you asked us to investigate. it involves uneven sidewalks at a busy valley intersection that are creating a serious danger for people in wheelchairs. 08:15:53 jeffrey lane "i have to wiggle it to get over the asphalt. i shouldn't have to do that." 08:19:18 "you see his tires. rolling and they can't get over it." butt 08:19:59 "now you got a good picture of what i'm saying." this is at charleston and lamb. after we spoke with the nevada
they decided to fix the road by the end of next week. we have a consumer alert from contact 13. don't put off your holiday travel plans. "cheap air -dot- com" says prices are already on the rise for thanksgiving. if you've waited until now to book, your fare could cost you an average of - 38- dollars more...then if you made your reservation..... in september. if you wait until next month... you could pay -52- dollars more. an eight-year old boy was given a day... to put his battle with cancer at the back of his mind. now trending. service members at joint base andrews in maryland let the young boy be a "pilot for the day." he a rare malignant brain tumor. he got a break from chemotherapy... and was escorted on base in a humvee and given a welcome ceremony where he was sworn in. he also had his own wingman for the day. sale-vo the home of the late boxing legend muhammad ali is up for
it has five bedrooms, eight bathrooms and is more than nine- thousand square feet. the home includes a pool, four-car attached garage and even a university of louisville-themed basketball court. the asking price is 2-point-2- million-dollars ali died in june at age 74 after a long battle with parkinson's disease. faith hill and tim mcgraw are the newest members of nashville's music city hall of fame! they're the 73rd an attraction in their hometown. as much as they love nashville, hill and mcgraw plan to leave it next year -- for a co-headlining world tour, beginning april seventh in new orleans. currently, they don't have any shows planned for las vegas. 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 updates, breaking news alerts and more. high pressure centered within
into the southwest along with moderately stable midlevel air. this is keeping mainly sunny skies common along with mild winds between 5 and 15 mph and temperatures within the low and and upper 80s; with sunday and front passes to the north of clouds build are more likely. temperatures will begin to drop slowly. by wednesday and thursday, high temperatures should be in the mid and upper 80s. we're following the latest on hurricane matthew..another live look..this one from daytona beach..
prize for his peace agreement efforts santos worked to end a five decades long civil war that has killed more than 2-hundred thousand people in the south american country. the award came just days after colombian voters narrowly rejected a peace deal that santos helped bring about. the norwegian nobel committee said that rejection doesn't mean the peace process is dead. chilling surveillanc f an attack at a minnesota mall. it shows suspected terrorist... dahir adan..... attacking a store clerk with knives. the clerk was able to escape and run from the store. police say the suspect used two steak knives to stab 10 people before being shot by an off duty police officer. a man is in jail this morning accused of making millions off a website accused of trafficking women and underage girls. carl ferrer...the c-e-o of back
yesterday in dallas. back page is an online classified site...but investigators say it makes most of its money from adult ads. the national center for missing and exploited children reported 29-hundred cases of suspected child sex trafficking on backpage! "backpage was alerted several times by authorities that this was illegal criminal activity that they were allowing to have happen on their website and continued to allow that to happen." this morning ferrer's future is uncertain...but the website is still online. people are speaking out about question one--and gun rights. during a ceremony for victims of deadly domestic violence cases, leaders were advocating for "question one." it would require background checks on all gun sales. right now there's a loophole that allows people to buy guns online or at gunshows without a background check. mark menendo, nevada state senator district 21 03:29:31:26 there are people out there who will sell them and they go home and do things
03:29:42:00 those who oppose the measure say criminals and domestic abusers will continue to find guns. more than two dozen former republican members of congress are taking a stance against donald trump, saying they cannot vote for him on election day. in the letter from the lawmakers, they say the g-o-p presidential nominee "makes a mockery" of their principles and lacks the knowledge, empathy, judgment and temperament necessary for the oval office. the letter makes never hillary clinton, but some lawmakers say they will vote for her, and some are voting for libertarian gary johnson. republicans here at home are planning a massive joint campaign event tomorrow. former republican presidential nominee mitt romney will join cresent hardy, joe heck, dean heller and lieutenant governor mark hutchison for a "get out the vote" rally. the event starts at 9 a-m at the "cresent hardy for congress" headquarters on del
hurricane matthew is hitting the coastine of florida... and the storm has alreadyturned. we're just learning a woman has died in saint lucie county after emergency crews couldn't get to her. the hurricane is weakening and it's only expected to be a category three, as it gets cloaser and closer to florida's coast. this is a live picture from --- daytona beach florida where you can see. dayna adlibs now let's get to our expert 13 bennett-- who's helping us watch this storm greg? high pressure centered within colorado has extended its reach into the southwest along with climb back into the lower 90s into monday afternoon as a during this time and now just clouds build are more likely. we've got team coverage tracking this destructive storm. abc's lauren lyster is live in smyrna bearch for us this morning. lauren?