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killed in port saint lucie florida.... farther north - people in georgia - all the way to the carolinas are being told to leave - before it's too late. this storm is still heading up the east coast... now...matthew is moving toward jacksonville. you can see how intense the wind is right now... meteorologist greg bennett is from florida... and has had his eye on this storm all week. greg... where is mattheh it wx)) 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 15 mph and temperatures within the low and mid 80s. 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
lastest online at ktnv.com rudy giuliani has made no secret that he's a donald trump supporter... but his daughter is voting for hillary clinton. 27-year-old caroline giuliani told c-n-n that her views align more with secretary clinton's. she also said her father is "fully comfortable" with her stance. this isn't the first time caroline giuliani has broken from her father in politics. in 2007.... she was a part of a facebook group that supported then- illinois senator barack obama's presidential bid. giuliani backed mccain.
we're now learning the train accelerated, just before the accident. the n-t-s-b says the recording devices show it was moving 8 miles per hour 38 seconds before the crash. but it sped up to 21 miles an hour before flying into the transit station in hoboken. investigators believe the engineer put on the emergency brake less than a second before the collision. one person was killed and more than 110 others were hurt. we have an update to a henderson fire that started fire officials say it could have started in the dryer.... it forced two people out of their home around 3 a-m officials tell us the woman was still up and smelled smoke and then noticed the laundry room was on fire. this is important for everyone.... about a third of fires caused by dryers happen because of a firefighters were called out to a house fire in summerlin.
center. crews say a teen woke up to popping noises and said smoke was coming from a charging station for electronic devices. the room is completely gutted, causing about 40 thousand dollars in damage. thankfully no on was hurt. a woman loses her life--- because of what she thought were just headaches. the warning signs you need to know about--- so you can tell the difference between a headache and a brain aneurysm. also... hurricane matthew left a huge mess in the bahamas... and i's haiti.. ((ad lib to live feed)) an urgent consumer alert for
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being recalled because your baby could get hurt... or worse-- drown. the baby product company is recalling 86-thousand fabric slings that are attached to the "lil luxuries whirlpool, bubbling spa and shower bath tubs. the recalled slings are missing a white plastic clip. the consumer product safety commission says there's 91 reports of the slings detaching, and 11 cases of babies bumping their heads. the recalled sling and tub sets were sold between october 2012 and october 2013 at major retailers like toys "r" us and and saturday... you'll have the chance to get a car seat for free! c-c-s-d police and the office of traffic safety are hosting a giveaway at thurman white middle school in henderson. the event starts at 8 a-m... and the seats are being given out on a first-come first-serve basis. you also have to have your child with you. officers will then help parents properly install the seat in their car.
hurricane matthew moves in - we are just now getting video of one of the parks being evacuated. right now, the magic kingdom, epcot, hollywood studio, and the animal kingdom are all closed.. there has not been any announcement yet on when the parks will re-open. we are also hearing that college football games, from florida to south carolina, are being called off - or rescheduled. officials in georgia say they some areas, to keep people off the roads at night. people are not taking any chances here - with over 100 mile an hour wind - plus rain. adlib at desk high pressure centered within colorado has extended its reach into the southwest along with moderately stable midlevel air.
is keeping mainly sunny skies common along with mild winds between 5 and 15 mph and temperatures within the low and mid 80s. as we move though the weekend, high temperatures gradually 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
are more likely for more than 20 years, frank laspina was a fixture on las vegas radio and tv, d this is keeping mainly sunny skies common along with mild winds between 5 and 15 mph and temperatures within the low and mid 80s. 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 during
variety programs. he arrived in las vegas in the programs. he arrived in las vegas in the late 1960s, and, for many years, performed in most of the major hotels, singing and playing the piano. singing and playing the piano. in recent years, frank has there's an event this sunday at 2pm at cabaret jazz at the smith center. they offer, to qualifying youngsters, instruction on instruments and/or in voice (as opportunities) absolutely free of charge, with much of the teaching being done hands-on by laspina, himself. several of their students have achieved professional status, notably 19-year-old tommy ward, who, last year, was signed to a management contract by music industry heavyweight quincy jones. the musical arts scholarship program presents a series of sunday afternoon monthly fund-raising shows at both the
and the italian american club. laspina has created a concept he calls "stage biographies". using his background in television, he presents, on video screens, rare photos and film clips from the career of a given entertainment legend subject, as he tells well-researched, often surprising, stories from their lives, then recreates their signature numbers.
audiences have really latched on to this series of stage biographies, with a 90-plus percent return rate. icons saluted thus far, range from old- timers al jolson, bing crosby and frank sinatra to more latter day artists such as elvis, karen carpenter, carole king, neil diamond and barry manilow. www.musicalartsofnevada.org
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least 500 lives there... abc's alex perez is in the bahamas.....where the storm tore through overnight..... and strong winds are still being felt there this morning. nats overnight - hurricane matthew lashing the bahamas nats the then powerful category 4 storm roaring through nassau leaving behind a trail of destruction nats nats (or a standup bridge) the violent 140
- tearing rooftop's off houses - toppling trees, power lines -even ripping the side off this hotel sot? the storm surge so powerful, boats sent smashing onto shore. more than 3 thousand tourists on this popular island destination seeking shelter in hotel conference rooms - anything to protect them from this deadly hurricane sot? this morning residents picking up the pieces - still assessing the damage, xxxx thousands without power but before hurricane matthew pounded the bahamas it left behind a dire humanitarian crisis in haiti the united nations now moving salvage what they can - thousands now homeless - their homes washed away - officials now saying the death toll rising to more than 120
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the storm has already been blamed for the deaths of hundreds of people in the caribbean. dianne gallagher is in jacksonville, florida with the very latest. high pressure centered within high pressure centered within colorado has extended its reach into the southwest along with moderately stable midlevel air. colorado has extended its reach
to release more emails from the investigation into hillary clinton's private server. we are expecting up to 350 pages to be released today. a california woman says her iphone exploded and caught on fire in her bedroom.. samsung had similar problems with the note 7, recently..which prompted a nationwide recall. the woman says a flash followed by flames got her out of bed and it was caused by her i-phone 6 plus that was charging on the dresser.... her husband had to put it out sink.... [butted with] < "what if this would have been underneath my pillow or i was on the phone? my face would be burned."> she says... there were pictures on the phone and the memories of her kids and a recent promotion are all lost because it hadn't been backed up. this is the second iphone explosion in a week... the first was reported by a student on the east coast. he says the same model started burning in his back pocket
courtroom in detroit. emotions boil over into a fist fight between the families of a murder suspect and the victim. nats of people fighting :59-1:02 (butted with) ( woman on camera ) "that guy threatened me. that's why my uncle punched him in the face." ( woman off screen ) "you were walking out and pushed him." ( woman on camera ) "no, i didn't!" ( woman off screen ) "yes, you did!" ( woman on camera ) "i did not push him!" two men are charged with killing a pregnant woman. the victim's mother says it was suspects drove around with her daughter in the trunk of a car...and eventually setting her on fire.....and leaving her in an abandoned house.... police say antagonizing from both sides led to the wild brawl, but officers were able to separate the families and calm things down. right now, hurricane matthew is brushing along the florida coast - battering cape canaveral and daytona beach. we have been telling you about the crazy wind - well, here is
mile per hour wind - that sends things flying. we do also know that the storm has already killed one person in the united states. a 50-year-old woman went into cardiac arrest in saint lucie county. about half a million people in florida do not have power right now - and more than 22-thousand people are hunkering down in shelters. this is lisa colagrossi... in new york before she died unexpectedly from a brain aneurysm... now her husband is doing everything he can to prevent that from happening to others... abc's mara schiavocampo has her story.... like so many women, lisa colagrossi was always on the go?a deadline-driven new york city reporter?a wife and mom to two boys. sot - todd 114038 her family meant everything to her last year colagrossi began suffering
sot - todd 4411 i said don't you think we should get those checked // and she said ' i don't have time // i'll take an asprin - [overtalk] ms: she was just going to power thru tc: and power thru it what she live shot one morning last march, colagrossi collapsed. sot - todd 4246 i got a call from one of the top neurosurgeons // saying that they had my wife and they [he her brain aneurism ruptured?leading to a massive brain hemorrhage. colagrassi didn't survive. now, her husband todd is working tirelessly to save others?starting the lisa colagrassi foundation, dedicating to teaching the signs and symptoms of brain aneurisms. with an inaugural gala? nats and it's working. sot - kris sorenson 1835 i had just completed working out and
after hearing todd tell lisa's story on a radio broadcast, kris sorenson's sister called her immediately sot - kris sorenson 2058 that afternoon i just went into the emergency room // and 9 hours later i went home with this diagnosis. turns out kris did have an aneurism. todd's warning saved her life. last week they met for the first time. nats - meeting sot - todd 1530 it's really a credit to my loving and beautiful wife that angela heard my story and survivor and is here today. the rapper drake makes a surprise visit to drake university..... .....but not everyone was excited....i'll explain.... .....but not everyone was excited....i'll explain.... and ...some folks in new york think russia's president is a peacemaker.. now authorities are searching for who placed this gigantic
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into the home - possibly tied up the vitim - and then took off. we are still waiting to get some of the details confirmed - bu there investigating. 3:25-3:36 nats of music video bruno mars just released the music video for his new song "24-k magic" and you might recognize some of the places in it! in the video, the singer jet ski's in the bellagio fountains, gambles and parties downtown and at one point rides a power chair through a hotel. the video already has almost
today's top stories now trending... a campaign to bring rapper drake to drake university.....worked ... unfortunately.....mos t students were sleeping when the music sensation showed up. (drake) 'kappa kappa gamma i'mee right now and you're all asleep." [butted with] (drake) 'kappa alpha theta, we're waiting on you... waiting on you' the rap star made good on his promise...popping by after his of the night.. ben scott at theta chi(ky) was still up after seeing drake in concert. he's likely the only student to see him on campus.. (ben) "i was looking around for other people in the street and there was nobody up." [butted with] (ben) " yeah, i think i was the only one that actually saw him and spoke to him which was phenomenal. i can't believe it happened." rolling stone now is reporting
philadelphia and newark... due to an ankle injury. maryland is helping south carolina's pet population... during hurricane matthew. yesterday....the humane society transported 57 dogs from an animal society in south carolina to its headquarters in maryland. the move came after an evacuation order went into effect around the hurricane. the dogs were transported using a big rig truck to make room for the animals of possible flood victims. the dogs had been up for but will soon be available for adoption in locations near washington d-c and elsewhere in the northeast. and... someone hung a huge banner from the manhattan bridge today of vladimir putin..with the words "peacemaker." it was draped on the brooklyn side of the bridge around 2-30 p-m.... the nypd's emergency service unit removed the 20 by 30 foot banner shortly after people called 911 reporting it.
around the bridge to try to find whoever is responsible. there have been no arrests. you can check out all of the stories trending today... on our ktnv mobile app 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 15 mph and temperatures within the low and mid 80s. as we move though the weekend, high temperatures gradually climb bac 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 during this time and now just clouds build are more likely tonight there is a big fall food event at the azure pool at
it's called love and vine. sebastien silvestri, the vice president of food and beverage las vegas is here to tell us more.and discuss how to taste wine at home. the all-new culinary event will feature wine and food pairings courtesy of the master chefs of france. what: celebrate fall crush at 'love and vine' featuring great chefs from the palazzo las vegas when: friday, october 7 from 7 to 10:30 p.m. where: azure pool at the palazzo about: love and vine, a new culinary event celebrating
participating chefs, all who have obtained the elite title of matres cuisiniers de france, or master chefs of france. love & vine tonight, 7pm-10:30pm azure pool at palazzo vine. sebastien silvestri, the vice president of food and beverage at the venetian and the palazzo las vegas is here to tell us
the all-new culinary event will feature wine and food pairings courtesy of the master chefs of france. what: celebrate fall crush at 'love and vine' featuring great chefs from the palazzo las vegas when: friday, october 7 from 7 to 10:30 p.m. where: azure pool at the palazzo about: love and vine, a new culinary event celebrating the fall crush, will feature wine and food pairings from participating chefs, all who have obtained the elite title of matres cuisiniers de france, or master chefs of france. love & vine tonight, 7pm-10:30pm azure p palazzo and before we go, here's a look
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