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as it moves up the coast. (the sc stringer vid we bought or whatever's best) overnight matthew bringing deafening rain (nats about 2:20) storm surge and destruction to south carolina...flooding roads, downing trees and driving cars off the road. (wildline if we get this:) hurricane force winds battering hilton head island as the eye of the storm was just 35 miles away an eery light show on this highway -- as multiple power lines explode the powerful category 2 hurricane has weakened but continues to show its force?bringing of up to 80 miles per hour to the southeast. states of emergency declared in , georgia, south carolina and north carolina. (map) sot haley: really the best thing now is to just hunker down//be prepared for flooding if you are in a low lying area or any of those palm coast...a home security camera captures the moment rushing water crashes into a home. whole roads getting washed away st.
downtown streets -- trapping dozens at this inn severefloodingfl2 or best stuff! and matthew travels north - 26-thousand riding it out at shelters in the carolinas.. damagefloodingga of best stuff! while thousands are without power on on the georgia coast. tag: and in florida, more than a million people are without power. as the cleanup begins... residents where we are -- being told it may be a week before the lights are back on. ll abc news, new smyrna beach our coverage of hurricane matthew continues now with 13 first alert meteorologist greg bennett ((ad-lib)) high pressure building to the east within colorado is allowing for a forecast the next couple of days. clouds will build in and out
today and tomorrow with high temperatures increase to above normal values through tuesday of next week. today, highs will range between 85 and 90 d sunday and monday between 97 and 92 degrees. the clouds moving in and out of the area are com ing from the south. high pressure is pulling in some left over monsoon moisture high temperatures will begin to fall back to normal values within the mid 80s as we hurricane matthew continues to slam the carolinas bring in massive storm surge from the atlantic. its current status as of 5am
with sustained winds at 105 mph hurricane by early afternoon on the east coast. this morning police are looking for -3- people..... who terrorized an elderly woman at her apartment..... near maryland parkway and twain. -65- year-old cristina balgos was by herself..... when several people broke in... tied her up... and then robbed her. we spoke to a neighbor who says... just hours before the attack... he got a strange knock at his door.... and... was later confronted by -3- men.... in the parking lot. sulaiman hinton / neighbor
because you tried to aim for an older lady who can't help herself, when you seen me, you didn't do nothing to me the victim was taken to the hospital to be checked out... and.... is expected to be okay. we're learning more about the man accused of killing another man while ransacking a home. the attorney for james farr says his client has severe a-d-h-d... which some experts believe could lead to criminal behavior. farr's defense team says.. for that reason.. they plan to take their time... with this case. right now.. police are searching for the shirtless suspect you see in this surveillance video.. police say he grabbed a stranger at a gas station.... and slammed them the ground. it happened early morning about a month ago. witnesses say... the suspect was casing people out of the gas station... it's believed he targeted the victim because of his gold jewerly. if you recognize the suspect,
are looking for a gunman who held up a citi bank. it happened near eastern and saint rose parkway. we spoke to a witness.... who say... the suspect came in with a gun.... telling everyone to get on the ground. that's when they heard the man.... fire off a shot. robert egan / witness 08:18:24 it is scary. bank, take some money and get out of there. i couldnt imagine him wanting to hurt anybody. witnesses say.... there were at least a dozen people inside... at the time of the robbery. now to a story you asked us to investigate. a valley family's apartment floods with sewage...and they say management wasn't helping... until 13 action news showed up! christine powell's home near craig and m-l-k had water coming through the walls and soaking the carpets. when she flushed her toilet...water with fecal matter ...came up through the
children. 08:37:17 christine powell, apartment flooded "it smelled like a sewer in here. why does it smell like a sewer in here? it stinks. it just stinks. so i went in my bathroom and there was poop coming up through my bathtub." as chance would have it...the manager showed up while we were talking to powell ...and said the model home in the complex was available to stay in. plumbers also arrived and fixed the water line. metro is getting fed up with creepy clown sightings. since september.. police have received 35 calls... reporting clown sightings from frightened parents and students. but everytime they follow up.. there's nothing there. just thursday night--police responded to two calls reporting clowns with knives. both were unfounded. a reminder this morning about the dangers of not cleaning the lint out of the dryer! investigators say....
rose and eastern... may have ignited because the homeowners failed to do that. two adults and two pets were able to make it out safely. people living near red rock canyon are upset about a project that would add thousands of new homes..... near the canyon! the person who owns the land used it for a gypsum mine. but now... the developer is working to get approval..... to build houses..... for that kind of development.... 12.17.50 listen how quiet it is 51 it's nice and quiet and peaceful and beautiful 54 12.18.15 it'll be crowded, it'll be noisy, there'll be more smog 18 hf in order for the project to move forward... there would need to be a change to the zoning.... on top of this hill. overnight -- las vegas hockey fans got a taste... of the ice! and what we can expect when our new expansion team... gets started next season.
the l-a kings and the dallas stars took the ice facing off in an n-h-l pre season game! but look at this! before the players took the ice... fans got a taste of hockey ...vegas style! longtime las vegas hockey fans know this year's "frozen fury" is a just a taste of what they can expect next year! 18.29.10.00 "as a longtime hockey fan it is just huge. it is being able to go to a game, your instead of having to travel somewhere else." the kings and stars didn't disappoint.... it was a pretty fast paced preview of hockey in las vegas. fans also complimented the arena ...which our team will soon call home. a trip to the nail salon ends with one local woman taking a trip to the hospital! what you need to watch out for next time you get your nails done! 1:03 when you're a star they let you do it.
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it's the medical bills she was slapped with. 13 action news anchor tricia kean looks at the cost... of picking the wrong salon. < tamra: my toe
is throbbing and i kept going wow, this is painful. it's a feeling tamra trainer won't soon forget. she went to a valley nail salon for a pedicure, and says something didn't feel right. tamra: as soon as i left i started getting foot pain. i thought that's weird.
throughout the day. and that night, tamra says her foot swelled two-times its normal size. tamra: and then i touched it, and pus just came flying out. like when you pop a boil. tamra came here, to umc, where she learned she had cellulitis, a bacterial skin infection. tamra: they put me on heavy-duty antibiotics. i was wiped out. i couldn't work all week. tricia: so did they tell you when you went to the emergency room that this was very dangerous? tamra: yes, they did. and said i'm glad you came now, because if you had waited, it could've gotten pretty bad. it could've gotten in my bloodstream. so what do you need to know, the next time you get a manicure or pedicure? we went to aveda institute, where students are learning proper procedures. cosmetology educator, jaime stanford, says make sure the technician wipes down their work area. jaime stanford: actually cleaning up the entire station, throwing away their disposable items, and getting new ones.
sterilized. jaime stanford: put into some kind of hot water and soap, dry, and then sprayed with a hospital grade disinfectant. and then it just air dries, and then it's put into some sort of closed container. the technician's state license with the board of cosmetology should also be clearly posted, and include their picture. as for tamra, she's not in a hurry to visit another salon any time soon. tamra: i'm a little hesitant getting another mani pedi now. i mean $100 in medical bills. new this morning -- japan's largest active volcano has erupted overnight. you can see the moment it happened...caught on this video. you can see it spewing a plume of ash nearly seven miles into the sky. no injuries have been reported. high pressure building to the east within colorado is allowing for a forecast the
throughout today and tomorrow with high temperatures increase to above normal values through tuesday of next week. today, highs will range between 85 and 90 degrees with sunday and monday between 97 the clouds moving in and out of the area are com ing from the south. high pressure is pulling in some left over monsoon moisture which allows
cloud development but rain chances will lack. as we move into mid next week, high temperatures will begin to fall back to normal values within the mid 80s as we continue to keep to mild win between 5 and 15 mph and clouds breathing into and out of the valley. hurricane matthew continues to slam the carolinas bring in massive st surge from the atlantic.
been affected by domestic violence. in fact... nearly half of all nevada women hav contact 13. chief investigator darcy spears continues her in- depth look.... at whether nevada fails.... domestic violence victims.... and.... what can be done.... about this "state of disgrace." /nat montage of dv stories we've covered--quick edits--nat pops of pkg sound/ a grandmother shot on a summerlin street. a young mother stabbed in her henderson home. police say both were killed by
have played out in our valley in just the last two weeks... contributing to las vegas' rising tide of domestic violence. / nat pop from schuman pkg 9/24 henderson hom: stefane torres, neighbor "we just know she's gone. and you can't replace that life and that mom. ever./ nevada ranks third in the nation in the rate of women murdered by men. there have been 12 domestic violence- related homicides in just metro' far this year. 6/30 murder suicide folo callahan pkg: sot "i saw a woman jump out of the car and start running down the street screaming for her life." on june 29, jason dej-oudom murdered his wife and their three children, then shot and killed himself. shortly before that, phoukeo dej-oudom tried to get a protection order against her husband. darcy stand-up in front of family court: despite a history of threats and domestic violence spanning two states, her request was denied by family violence commissioner
mastin wouldn't talk to us on camera. we got answers from a family court judge. is the court responsible? yes. we're responsible for every decision we make. is it our fault? no. it's his fault. he killed her. last year, the court reviewed nearly 8,000 t.p.o. applications. thirty percent were denied. sullivan says "better safe than sorry" is unfortunately not the law. but many believe the court failed the dej-oudom family. 13:38 sullivan: whether they met that threshold or we missed judgment call. i might have looked at it, might of granted it. another judge might of granted the kids. my god, the kids! it's so sad. rosa parra knows what it's like to live with domestic violence. her requests for protection orders were granted. but her husband continually violated them. and police didn't always help.
7:59 rosa: well, is he trying to enter? and i'm like, he's knocking at the door. well, you're not in danger. you're not in trouble yet. so she decided to open the door. 8:23 rosa: and obviously the lady starts hearing the screaming. and they send police. when police showed, up, she says her husband fought them. and he had a knife. 8:33 rosa: they arrested him. darcy: you had to physically put yourself in danger to get the protection order enforced? rosa: yes. in order for h someone to help me. judge sullivan says on average, police make an arrest in only one of every four domestic violence calls, which can embolden abusers and make victims feel defeated. in rosa's case, despite multiple arrests, joseph ibarra was never prosecuted for anything. we got to hold batterers accountable. right now it's a misdemeanor. 15:59 why not make it a felony at the first time? he believes the biggest step forward would be getting rid of guns in domestic abuse households.
batterer, you shouldn't have a gun. domestic violence, you shouldn't have a gun. period! he's calling for more money for judicial and law enforcement training and especially for shelters that can help victims navigate the legal issues while giving them a safe place to stay. i'm calling everybody out. 34:33 get off your butts and do something about it. step up and get involved. darcy tag: many domestic violence programs report a critical shortage of funds and staff. but help may be on the way. the department of justice rec million dollars to help crime domestic violence shelters. darcy spears, 13 action news. right now we are staying on top of hurricane matthew. where the mega storm is heading next ...leaving a deadly trail of destruction behind. 1:03 when you're a star they let you do it. you can do anything." bush: "whatever you want." trump: "grab them by the p---y. you can do anything.
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.
matthew as the storm is making its way to south carolina and georgia. this is a live look in charlestone south carolina where they just got hit by the hurricane, the storm claimed the lives of hundreds in the caribbean. in florida -- four people have died. the deadly category two in florida -- four people have died. the deadly category one hurricane is now on track to speak. holly firfer is in daytona beach with the latest. : a weakened hurricane matthew is churning slowly north, after battering florida's east coast, it's bringing dangerous storm surges and heavy rain to georgia and the carolinas. meteorologists say it could bring storm surges of up to nine feet. whether they evacuated or sheltered in place, residents and businesses have battened down the hatches. (chuck bourgeois/surf store owner) "you never know with
you know. and when you prepare, you're able to withstand it." georgia governor nathan deal ordered evacuations of all counties east of interstate 95 shelters are available - many pet friendly. matthew killed hundreds of people in three caribbean countries ... the majority in haiti. there were also casualties in florida ... and more than a million people left without power. heavy rain drenched the eastern part of the state. strong winds pushed debris and trees into the streets and and waves crashing over beaches. now, it's georgia and the carolinas turn in the (gov. pat mccrory/(r) north carolina) "the immediate concern is now life- threatening rain and water throughout our state. and i can not emphasize more 'life-threatening rain' throughout our state. this has the potential for north carolina to see the worst flooding since hurricane floyd in 1999." we're continuing our coverage of the hurricane now with 13
((ad-lib)) high pressure building to the east within colorado is allowing for a forecast the next couple of days. clouds will build in and out today and tomorrow with high temperatures increase to above normal values through tuesday of next week. today, highs will range between 85 and 90 degrees with sunday and monday between 97
the area are com ing from the south. high pressure is pulling in some left over monsoon moisture high temperatures will begin to fall back to normal values within the mid 80s as we continue to keep to mild winds slam the carolinas bring in massive storm surge from the atlantic. its current status as of 5am edt is a category 2 hurricane with sustained winds at 105 mph and gusts reaching 120 mph. the eye is just off shore of charleston, sc and is expected
apology in the face of a new scandal.. in a decade-old recording obtained by the washington post trump.... can be heard making vulgar comments about women. with election day just over a month away, the timing is highly problematic for trump. we want to warn you -- this report contains language which some viewers may find disturbing. heres mary moloney with... the tape. (trump) i better use some tic tacs, just in case i start kissing her eleven year old video has surfaced of republican nominee donald trump engaged in a sexually explicit conversation with television host billy bush. while on the set of a soap opera he was making a cameo appearence on -- the white house hopeful casually discusses making aggressive advances towards women. i just start kissing them - it's like a magnet. just kiss i don't even wait. and when you're a star, they
let you do it, you can do anything. (bush) whatever you want
seen here with wife melania -- was also heard in the off camera banter talking about making advances towards a married woman. trump later issued an on-camera statement that was apologetic - but also defiant. i said it...i was wrong..and i apologize let's be honest we're living in the real world, this is nothing more than a distraction from the important issues we're facing today. condemnation to the remarks has come swiftly...republican house speaker paul ryan - a reluctant supporter -- says trump will not appear with him wisconsin. and g-o-p congressman jason chaffetz annouced he's out -- saying he's no longer supporting his party's nominee: i feel bad for the country, i feel bad for the pences, i feel bad for donald trump's wife on sunday trump is scheduled to participate in the second debate with hillary clinton. on friday night, he said he will be there. i'm mary moloney reporting.
en donald trump was also taking fire yesterday from democratic vice presidential nominee tim kaine in heincluding a jab for mispronouncing nevada.. tim kaine, democratic vp nominee 7:12 "only donald trump would make that mistake and then when he's corrected,
you guys have to change you're pronouncing it. kaine also talked about 'black lives matter' and veterans healthcare. yesterday where he stopped by the board of elections office to take part in early voting. while he's in chicago this weekend.. obama is also expected to take part in several democratic fundraisers. emails - v wikileaks strikes again - releasing thousands of hacked e-mails from hillary clinton's campaign manager. john podesta's e-mails were posted online friday... just hours after the obama administration accused russia
some were highly sensitive discussions from inside the clinton campaign as they faced a strong challenge from bernie sanders. others were everyday exchanges and newsletters. sv1 000011 000016 finally we have a little peace in our heart so that things are getting handled like they should have been. it's 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... victim's family says... he taunted them... even posting a picture of himself.... on a cruise to the bahamas. 131638 131643 he's really been taunting us and it's been a slap in our face investigators say-- two days after the accident amin posted a picture... saying he'd been in a bad wreck.. police records show...amin's wife exchanged texts with the family. but it all came to an end...when amin showed up to court thursday and was arrested on a million dollar bail.
as a marine combat veteran, i understand the sacrifices our military makes. our benefits are earned, 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
4 million views.. proving that what happens here.. doesn't always stay here. a new study says... people who are addicted to taking selfies.... could be struggling with loneliness or mental health problems. researchers in thailand judged the personalities of -3- they found those who take selfies often... and.... post them to social media do it to seek approval from others.... they're also more likely to be vain and attention-seeking. - v fema has an unusual way to unofficially predict how bad a
it's called "the waffle house index." any time a waffle house shuts down, it suggests a really bad natural disaster with devastating effects on the economy. if you've never been to the south - waffle house is a popular chain of 24- hour breakfast restaurants, and its known for staying open no so far, 25 of its restaurant locations have closed across florida, georgia, and south carolina. high pressure building to the east within colorado is
a forecast the next couple of days. clouds will build in and out throughout today and tomorrow with high temperatures increase to above normal values through tuesday of next week. today, highs will range between 85 and 90 degrees with sunday and monday between 97 and 92 degrees. the clouds moving in and out of are com ing from the south. high pressure is pulling in some left over monsoon moisture which allows for some cloud development but rain chances
high temperatures will begin to fall back to normal values within the mid 80s as we continue to keep to mild winds between 5 and 15 mph and into and out of the valley. hurricane matthew continues to slam the carolinas bring in massive storm surge from the atlantic. its current status as of 5am edt is a category 2 hurricane with sustained winds at 105 mph and gusts reaching 120 mph. the eye is just off shore of charleston, sc and is expected to downgrade to a cat 1 hurricane by early afternoon on
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good morning, america. trump caught on tape, lewd and sexist. the republican nominee under fire this morning after an explosive video revealing graphic comments he made about women. >> i did try and [ expletive ] her, but she was married. >> hillary clinton calling his comments horrific, and high ranking members of his own party condemning him, and ov rare trump apology. >> i said it. i was wrong, and i apologize. >> with the next presidential debate coming tomorrow night, can trump come back from this? we have team coverage. also breaking this morning, monster hurricane matthew working its way up the east coast slamming south carolina and georgia right now. this thing is packing dangerous winds of 100 miles an hour. tearing a path of destruction through florida killing several