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13 action news reporter.... mahsa saeidi spoke with the victim... she joins us live.... near m-l-k and bonanza... mahsa... we just got off the phone with the victim and his girlfriend minutes ago... they speak mostly spanish but tell me... both were at pump number six when the man...without a shirt attacked. melesio mendez says he did not see it coming, he hit me in the head, now it's a ...much better than before.did you see him? did you notice him? no, nothing don't know him. video very distrubing you see mendez get body slammed. he says the suspect stole a gold necklace and watch. he remembers being grabbed but after that...not much else....he's unconcious. you see his girlfriend get out of the car...but she says she was too afraid to approach.
on their way back to la early in the morning when this happened. now we are also speaking with multiple witnesses im told suspect was buying cigars inside... while in line casing people out glancing inside purses. he picked th victim...bc of his jewerly. right before th attack he moved his car to a side street and took off his shirt if you recognize him call police mahsa saeidi, 13 action news breaking right now...hurricane matthew down to a category two storm but still packing a punch as georiga and south carolina wait on its arrival. the eye of the storm is now about 100 miles south south east of savannah georgia. top sustained winds are now at 110 miles per hour.
surge and flooding. in south carolina governor nikki haley says 355 thousand people have heeded the warnings to evacuate. meanwhile in florida--power is being slowly restored in some areas, residents are assesing the damage. at the height of the storm more than 23- thousand people were in shelters. hurricane matthew is moving along the northeast coast of florida and will continue its northerly trek along the georgia and south carolina coast matthew will continue to produce high winds and heavy rainfall. a high risk of flash flooding will be possible along the coast from northern florida through south carolina through
to a story..... we've been following.... since the beginning... qaadir amin.... is finally behind bars..... accused of killing a local man..... in a hit and run crash..... back in may.. but... before tonight.... the victim's family says... he taunted them... even posting this picture of himself.... on a cruise to the bahamas. 13 action news anchor..... lesley marin spoke to this family... who's been waiting mon for his arrest. it was at this intersection of cheyanne and simmons where back in may clay stampley was killed. police say a car ran a red light before hitting his car... since that morning his family has not had any answers. 130054 130057 it's been five months 153 days of pain for clay stampley's daugthers.. 130153 130202 cry almost every night the only thing we really qaadir amin-- the man police believe hit stampley's car before taking off-- was arrested.. 130024 130028 we feel a little
but it's taken months to get here... according to an affidavit... investigators have been tracking amin since the day of the crash via facebook. since the day of the crash via saying he'd been in a bad wreck.. 131638 131643 he's really been taunting us and it's been a slap in our face stampley's family has even exchanged text message with amin's wife.. police records show...she sent texts saying in p "everyone is trying to make him a monster...let make ask you this...have you ever ran a red light?" even worse...stampley family noticed...amin posted pictures of him on a cruise.. 130406 130412 he treated this like a game..as pity...he didn't care..and that's a monster. 131738 131745 this hasn't been easy for us..i mean our vigil leaving in cuffs and facing a one million dollar bail... 130633 130646 we just hope that he gets the maximum that he gets whatever he can
tag: 121508 121513 amin is expect to face a judge again on october 20...from cheyanne and simmons lesley marin 13 an. jasmine destiny moore temika moore metro is investigating a frightening situation tonight involving an elderly woman who was tied up in her own home and robbed. 13 action news reporter.... tom george joins us live in studio.... with the latest on the investigation... tom? neighbors say its not the first time theyve had threats and robberies at the oasis bay a maryland parkway... and the victim's sister tells us theyre terrified. cynthia iglesia says her 65-year-old sister, cristina balgos and her husband spend a lot of time away from their apartment visiting their daughters in california... sot they were gone for a few days and they just got back. they were supposed to leave again today, but then this happened instead. instead... a nightmare this morning... as balgos was inside her instead... a nightmare this morning... as balgos was inside her apartment alone... three suspects came in... tied her up and robbed her... her sister rushed over when she
way here asking me am i here yet, am i here yet. is mom okay, is mom okay... balgos was taken to the hospital and is expected to be okay... but the family's sense of security - shaken.. and her sister says its not the first time... sot they got broken into again, i think it was last year or so, they were not home, but they took a lot of stuff from them. since then, she's tried to get her sister to move... she's worried she may have been targeted and that the suspects knew she'd be home alone.. sot if i wereh if i could feel comfortable in the same apartment building again. meanwhile, neighbors are on the lookout... sot i think they soft because you tried to aim for an older who cant defend herself and you didnt do nothing to me.. a scary ordeal they say could happen to anyone.. very traumatizing to go through something like this. you know, you always wonder if you're gonna be safe in your own home or your apartment ever again. now again, no arrests have been made...
tom george, 13 action news. a proposed new housing development is getting a lot of opposition. find out why the say they're trying to save the remote.. scenic lifestyle near red rock canyon.. plus.. i'm automatically attracted to beautiful i just start kissing them it's like a magnet. a conversation..... from -2- thousand -5- has donald trump.... at the center of controversy again... what he said.... that has some democrats.... lashing out at h and.. a live picture from t-mobile arena where local hockey fans are finding out what it's going to be like when the las vegas expansion franchise starts playing a year from now. we'll have more on fanfest.. coming up. 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
it.. you could find the language offensive. "i moved on her you know she was down in palm beach i moved on her and i failed i'll admit it i did try to f her she was married) the conversation went on for about two minutes. trump issued a response calling the conversation quote.. "locker room banter" and said bill clinton has said far worse a favorite spot for climbing.... hiking.... and biking.... might become a place.... to hang your hat. a local developer is working to put homes.... in "the red rock canyon area". but... as contact 13.... investigative reporter.... stephanie zepelin shows us.... not everyone supports the idea! red rock is a popular place to take in the outdoor and go camping....but soon, people could be staying here permanently. a developer wants to have the area on top of this hill rezoned. 12.17.50 listen how quiet it is 51 it's nice and quiet and
the land was used for a gypsum mine. the way it's zoned now it can have 1 home per 2 acres. but developer jim rhodes wants to have it rezoned to allow 2 and half units an acre. heather fisher with save red rock says this area is not the right place for that kind of development....but it could also affect people in southwest valley. 12.19.09 there's a lot of backed up traffic on ft apache, durango, rainbow, buffalo, and blue diamond highway 15 and if you double that amount that's already backed up, it would make it the developer's representative says that's just not true, and it won't happen with their proposed plan. 17.01 one of the misconceptions adelson have given to state lawmakers.... since -2- thousand -8-. contact 13's darcy spears digs deeper into those donations... and... how they're being used.... in next week's.... special session. plus.. people in a veront community say they're shocked over a ruling today involving a deadly police shooting.. recorded on an officers
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, voted ten times to take away their funding. heck even threatened deral government to eliminate funding for planned parenthood. shutting down the government... taking away access to lifesaving care... just to
score political points. joe heck should be ashamed. women vote is responsible
it." the next part of the video..... we can't even show you..... the officer shoots that man.... -7- times.... killing him. today... that shooting was ruled justified.... by a vermont judge. police say.... the man was wanted for armed robberies... and... was known to carry a gun.... but... did not have a gun on him.... at the time. (tj donovan, chittenden county state's attorney) "nobody likes that we've had three in the last ten months raises serious questions shooting is now on paid leave... and... is seeing a counselor. history companies led by las vegas sands ceo sheldon adelson have given more than half a million dollars to state lawmakiers since 2008.. with almost half of it coming in just the last six months. contact 13 chief investigator darcy spears digs into the donations.. and whether it's a power play
have been called to special session next week to vote on that adelson-led proposal for a football stadium in las vegas. we've learned members of both parties recieved more than two hundred thousand dollars from the sands between january and june of this year. that amount could have a lot of influence. we sat down with republican assembly leader paul anderson, who said there's more to the story than money. paul anderson, assembly majority leader @26:23 "across the board, you're seeing contributions up. entity, you can certainly start to paint a picture, but i don't think it's accurate." anderson said when republicans took control of the state legislature in 2014, donations increased across the board because the party now has more control of the legislative process and because they have more seats to defend. the sands is only one of several major donors to legislative candidates, and anderson said his support for the stadium is separate from adelson's political support. paul anderson, assembly majority leader @31:43 "to draw a nexus there is a
see who got money from the sands and how much, go to our website at ktnv dot com and click on this story. darcy spears. 13 action news. new at six.. a popular cell phone accessory is blamed for starting a house fire this morning. people inside say it was a 'juice- pack'.. used to charge cell phones on-the-go. a 14-year old girl woke up a fire flames in her bedroom.. and had to jump over the flames to escape. the juice-pack contains a lithium battery which have been blamed for the galaxy note 7's.. and hoverboards.. catching on fire. right there...look right there 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. tonight...partly cloudy.
east side. northwest winds up to 10 mph. .saturday...mostly sunny. highs 82 to 85 on the west side of the valley...84 to 88 on the east side. north winds up to 10 mph shifting to the east in the afternoon. .saturday night...partly cloudy. lows 63 to 67 on the west side of the valley...64 to 68 on the east side. winds generally light becoming midnight. .sunday...sunny. highs 84 to 87 on the west side of the valley... 87 to 91 on the east side. winds
(bryan back to desk) 13 action news and dig this las vegas are giving you a chance to win a one hundred sixty nine dollar gift certificate to dig this where you'll get to dig yourself into a mass largest sandbox. tonight is your last chance.. so enter on our website.. then watch 13 action news live at 11 to see if you win. dig this is a proud sponsor of 13 action news and is providing the prizes for this promotion. this just in...a former governor says its time for donald trump to drop out of the race..this is coming after a tape of trump making lewd comments about women in 2005 was leaked to the media.
trump to drop out of race: and told the salt lake tribune --quote 'the time has come for governor pence to lead the ticket. huntsman just last week said he planned to vote for trump despite some philosophical differences. from contact -13-.... tonight... a new warning.... for cell phone users.... after another phone catches fire.... while charging. and... this time... it's not a samsung. (callahan adlibs) don't forget to download the all new 13 action news app.. featuring live streaming.. video on demand and incredible weather radar. it's free in the app store and
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this message. they're bringing drugs, they're bringing crime, they're rapists. narrator: and joe heck says "i have high hopes we'll see donald trump become president." i don't know what i said, aah... narrator: heck says he "completely supports" trump. i would bomb the [bleep] out of them. narrator: and heck? reporter: you trust him having his finger on the nuclear button? heck: i do. reporter: why do you say that? heck: why wouldn't i? narrator: donald trump and joe heck.
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heard the pop and the whole fire was coming out of the screen."> butted with [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 old pictures of her children on the phone.. but they're lost because it wasn't backed up. this is the second iphone explosion in a week. a man on the east coast says the same model started burning in his back pocket before it blew up. with the note 7.. which prompted a nationwide recall. hockey fans are getting their first taste.... of what they can expect.... starting next year. this..... as the los angeles kings prepare to play the first game..... inside the t-mobile arena. 13 action news reporter..... bryan callahan is live there now..... with a look at some of the excitement. bryan... do you have thousands of fans making their way to t-mobile right now. hundreds of dollars stores and
waiting to get in the doors to get there first glimpse of the ice. of course for local fans, it's the appetizer... with our own team said to take the ice next year. in fact the owner and general manager of the still on dave taber going to be out here answering questions for vance before tomorrow's game between the kings and the colorado avalanche. of course what that team name is going to be is going to be questions. reporting live bryan callahan 13 action news. we're continuing to track the devastation as hurricane matthew moves up the east coast. next on 13 action news live at 6:30.. find out how the storm is crippling travel plans for millions of people nationwide. plus... the suspect in a terrifying murder....
for the first time... why his attorneys say... he shouldn't be held responsible... for the crime. when i was one year old, i was
diagnosewith 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 i don't want a president who makes fun of me. i want a president who inspires me, and that's not donald trump.
to improve our schools, and create good jobs. i approved this message because i know we can find smart solutions... even in washington. storm surges are battering houses.... power is out..... to over a million customers..... in florida alone. abc's..... marci gonzalez is in... hurricane matthew battering parts of florida it's eye brushing the coastline- bringing flooding from the beaches? to the center of the sunshine state- sot - wftv live meteorologist forecasters calling for potential storm surge as high as 11 feet with wind gusts surpassing 100
down power lines - nat sparking and trees? wftv "i've heard like a big boom and seen it come down?" the death toll in haiti climbing- the interior ministry saying nearly 300 people were killed but with many areas still inaccessible - local officials suggest - that number could multiply. meanwhile, in florida, at least three hurricane related deaths - with a warning - the worst of this storm still may not be over sot - obama: "i just want to emphasize to everybody that this is still a really danger- now shifting towards georgia and south carolina? officials there urging people - especially in coastal areas to evacuate.. as hurricane matthew makes its way northward. sot - haley "this is going to hurt //.. we're just trying to reduce the amount of lives lost or harm done as we much as we can. tag- marci gonzalez, abc news, new smyrna beach, florida hurricane matthew is moving along the northeast coast of florida and will continue its