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them? you didn't delete them?" (anderson cooper/moderator) "allow her to respond, please." (hillary clinton/(d) presidential nominee) "those were personal emails, not official.. 13 action news and politifact digging into what's fact and fiction. the second presidential debate -- is in the books. the next one -- the third -- and final debate -- right here in las vegas -- at unlv's thomas and mack center. 13-action news reporter -- gina lazara is on campus tonight for their watch party.. she's live there -- right now. students...staff....other community members....and evn people from canada got together for a debate watch party here at unlv tonight. all of them...with plenty to say. it was a packed room at unlv tonight... as dozens watched the second presidential debate. girl 1 "i think it's really important that we stay on top of what is going on in our country even though we are young...it is going to affect trump and hillary clinton go at
audience...on many different occasions nats of laughing moderator "this has been the oddest election in american election history and it's just getting weirder by the minute" the moderator of tonight's unlv watch party raises a good point. moderator: "it's an opportunity for the candidates to really connect with average citizens and i'm not sure how you can do that when you're talking about allegations of sexual misconduct" students i spoke with say...they feel lucky to be a part of history --- as we get ready for the third and final presidential db held right here at unlv's thomas and mack center girl 1 "hopefully more people will come out and support what's going on and vote and actually they say they feel obligated to stay on top of the 2016 race....because of ripple effects to their country. canadian "it's huge. it's almost i think it's almost more significant what happens in this election possibly than what happened in the election in our country....which we just had one"
the third and final debate is happening at the thomas and mack center here at unlv on wednesday october 19th. reporting live from unlv gina lazara 13 action news the run-up to the debate -- was ugly. the leaked audio-clip -- of donald trump -- making making vulgar comments about women -- taking center stage. and trump -- tried to turn the focus - her family. andrew spencer -- takes a look -- at how the candidates responded. --reporter pkg-as follows-- it didn't take long for donald trump and hillary clinton go after each other. ( hillary clinton / (d) presidential nominee ) "it's just awfully good that someone with the temperament of donald trump is not in charge of the law in our country." ( donald trump / (r) presidential nominee) "because you'd be in clinton ) "i'd like to get to the questions that the people have brought here to talk to us
( clinton ) "okay, donald. i know you're into big diversion tonight. anything to avoid talking about your campaign and the way it's exploding and the way republicans are leaving you." asked about the 2005 hot mic video capturing his vulgar comments about women ...trump addressed it quickly, and tried to steer the question away. ( trump ) "this was locker room talk. i'm not proud of it. i apologized to my family. i apologized to the american people. certainly, i'm not proud of it, but this is locker room talk." ..pressed on the issue he later his were action." ( clinton ) "when i hear something like that, i am reminded of what my friend, michelle obama, advised us all: when they go low; we go high." clinton responded by saying, if this was about just one video or one audio clip, trump's apology and explanations would be understandable... ( clinton ) "....but everyone can draw their own conclusions at this point about whether or not the man in the video or the man on the stage respects
politifact checking -- donald trump's -- and hillary clinton's statments tonight. hillary clinton's emails -- were a big topic. trump -- criticizing clinton -- for turning over half her emails -- on her server to the state department -- and deleting the rest. he said -- clinton should be "ashamed" of herself. "you get a subpoena, and after getting the subpoena you delete 33,000 emails." clinton and her campaign don't dispute -- deleting the emails. the -- not work-related -- and were not necessary to turn over. her campaign -- however -- denies deleting the emails -- after a subpoena -- from the house-select committee -- on benghazi on march 4, 2015. but -- an fbi report finds -- the subpoena -- came in before that march 4th date. an employee deleted the emails -- three weeks later. trump's assertion -- clinton deleted relevant emails --to avoid scrutiny -- is unprovable
claim -- about clinton's emails -- half true. foreign policy was another big issue. clinton -- slamming trump's stance on muslims. "you can look at the propaganda on a lot of the terrorist sites and what donald trump says about muslims is used to recruit fighters." poltifact found -- clinton initially made the statement in december 2015. al shabaab -- the east-african affiliate of al qaida -- the group at a kenya university -- released a video -- a short time later, the video shows trump -- calling for a quote "total and complete shutdown of muslims -- entering the u.s." that video -- also urged american muslims -- to leave the u.s. -- and join the group. then in march -- newsweek reported -- an isis video released -- in the wake of the brussels attack -- featured an audio clip of trump.
hillary clinton -- stumping in las vegas -- again this week. she'll be in town on wednesday -- urging nevadans -- to get out -- and vote early. no details yet on the rally. for more information -- on the campaign stop -- and early voting -- just head to our website -- ktnv dot com. and stay with 13 action news -- as we countdown to the final presidential debate.. it's happening right here -- in jessup says -- security leading up the october 19th debate -- is a top priority. he also has up to seven-thousand journalists. an costly endeavor. but jessup believes -- it's worth it. jessup says -- unlv is in line -- for 85-million dollars-- in free publicity. will the n-f-l find a new home -- here in the valley? 13 action news reporter -- bryan callahan -- is in carson city. that's where lawmakers -- will talk about a proposed stadium.
know here at the capital grounds in carson city, just hours before the lawmakers will walk up those steps to start the special session to address two major issues for southern nevada. take vo the biggest item on lawmakers plates when they meet here will be the proposed $1.9 billion dollar stadium. they are being asked to approved an increase to the would contribute the remaining funds. along with the stadium... legislators will also be discussing a room tax increase to fund the expansion and renovation of the convention take reporter lawmakers here are hoping they can have the family-dispute. abc's -- adrienne bankert reports-- one officer -- just weeks from retiring. the other -- a new mom -- just back from giving birth -- to a little girl. shot script: tonight... a community and police department .. heart broken. sot newser2 (police chief): i am awake in a nightmare right now palm springs police responding to a domestic disturbance call saturday afternoon negotiating with 26 year old john felix inside his mother's home. minutes later -three officers are shot -- two killed.
35 year old veteran of the force and father of 8, was set to retire in 2 months. and 27-year-old lesley zerebny just back from maternity leave. she leaves behind a four month old daughter. sot chief bryan reyes palm springs police department "to witness her husband who is a deputy sheriff in full uniform ..kiss her on the forehead for the last time. " suspect john felix --- finally taken in custody after a 12 hour standoff. tag: felix will be arraigned -- hurricane matthew's trail of destruction. the storm -- now downgraded -- and out to sea. but its deadly effects -- playing out -- along the east coast. historic and deadly flooding -- even a hundreds miles inland. roads in fayetteville, north carolina -- washed away. the storm -- claiming at least 20 lives. and -- in north carolina..
president obama -- promising continuous support. (president obama) even as tv cameras move on to the next story, we are gonna be right there with the people in need to make sure they are getting all the help they deserve forecasters say -- life-threatening flooding -- in north carolina -- will continue into next week. it's a beautiful night -- back here in las vegas. 13-first alert meteorologist -- karla huelga --- has a look at what's in store -- for your a series of little systems pushing through the area will bring breezy winds monday, along with on and off cloud cover through thursday. expect gusts to about 25 mph tomorrow, with highs around 90. cloud cover will make a push in the evening and the mountains could see a stray storm. nats of brawl the clark county school district -- now responding --
the fight -- breaking out -- between students -- on friday night. it spilled from one restaurant -- into another. this -- after a football game -- between arbor e centennial high school. the district says -- they're working with police -- contacting parents -- and taking disciplanary action. one teenage girl -- was taken to the hospital -- with minor injuries. a live look at fremont street now. tha'ts the scene -- of a frightening hotel fire. flames -- breaking out -- in the downtown grand investigators say -- an electrical fire on the roof -- forced the hotel -- to evacuate the top floors. there was no damage -- just smoke. fortunately -- nobody was hurt.
through the las vegas culture center -- destroying everything inside. the flames -- spreading to nearby businesses. the asian cultural center -- opened at the location just two months ago. and authorities believe -- the fire may have started inside. investigators -- estimate the damage -- at a-million dollars. no word yet -- on what caused the fire. a violent robber -- gets more than he bargains for -- when he barges into a donut shop. and -- it's all caught on camera. he breaks out a metal pipe. but the owner -- brings out her two college students -- arrested -- for terrorizing a neighborhood -- with clown costumes. cops have a message tonight -- for anyone -- thinking about pulling the same gag.
as clowns -- and terrorized a neighborhood. they jumped out of a car -- and chased two 14-year-old girls. they ran to the police station -- frightened. pranksters -- were on the loose -- for four hours. (chief james berlin/roseville police department) "this is a moronic activity, i mean, how stupid do you have to be....one, why is it funny to scare the daylights out of someone." police -- charging jamie salinis -- and elandra sledge -- with misdemeanor -- disorderly conduct in new york -- more than 30 long-island rail road crash. the commuter train -- slamming into a maintenance train -- heading in the same direction. --sot-- (william germany, passenger) "we were on the third car, we were sleeping the next thing we know...and i guess on the left handside of the rail so we hopped up the rail and the door came ripped more than a week -- after a new jersey
injuring more than a-hundred others. . and in south carolina -- more destruction --in the wake of hurricane matthew. a massive fire -- destroys several buildings -- just north of myrtle beach. investigators say -- the fire started in one building. the storm's high winds -- spreading the flames. no one was injured. a dog spotted -- swimming in a flooded area -- near raleigh, north carolina -- is now safe. a volunteer -- plucking the pet from the water -- this afternoon -- taking it to a the coast guard says -- the lab -- is one of many animals -- rescued from the severe flooding. now -- here's a live look outside. it's a gorgeous evening. 13-first alert meteorologist -- karla huelga -- is tracking a little cool down for us. a series of little systems pushing through the area will bring breezy winds monday, along with on and off cloud cover through thursday. expect gusts to about 25 mph tomorrow, with highs around 90. cloud cover will make a push in
the breezes will become more occasional on tuesday and highs will top out in the upper 80s with partly cloudy skies. another day of partly cloudy skies wednesday as the second disturbance pushes through, with highs in the mid 80s. another day of highs in the mid 80s on thursday as the third little system pushes through. the clouds will make an exit with the system by the afternoon. a fourth, but much bigger system will approach from the pacific northwest starting friday afternoon. this will kick up our winds to upper end breezy friday and continue on saturda friday, then mid 80s for the weekend. here at 13-action news -- we want all kids in las vegas -- gusts to about 25 mph tomorrow, with highs around 90. cloud cover will make a push in the evening and the mountains could see a stray storm. the breezes will become more occasional on tuesday and highs will top out in the upper 80s with partly cloudy skies. another day of partly cloudy
another day of highs in the mid afternoon. a fourth, but much bigger system will approach from the pacific northwest starting friday afternoon. this will kick up our winds to upper end breezy friday and continue on saturday. expect highs in the upper 80s friday, then mid 80s for the weekend. gusts to about 25 mph tomorrow, with highs around 90. cloud cover will make a push in the evening and the mountains could see a stray storm. the breezes will become more occasional on tuesday and highs will top out in the upper 80s with partly cloudy skies. another day of partly cloudy skies wednesday as the second disturbance pushes through, with highs in the mid 80s. another day of highs in the mid afternoon. a fourth, but much bigger
friday afternoon. this will kick up our winds to upper end breezy friday and continue on saturday. expect highs in the upper 80s friday, then mid 80s for the gusts to about 25 mph tomorrow, with highs around 90. cloud cover will make a push in the evening and the mountains could see a stray storm. the breezes will become more occasional on tuesday and highs will top out in the upper 80s another day of partly cloudy skies wednesday as the second disturbance pushes through, with highs in the mid 80s. another day of highs in the mid
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if you look at bill clinton, far worse, mine are words, and his was action// hillary clinton not willing to engage: i'm reminded of what my friend, michelle obama, advised us all. when they go low, you go high the two candidates battled it out over clinton's emails and private server. it's just awfully good that someone with the temperament of donald trump is not in charge of the law in our country. . and the affordable care act. hrc he's going to solve it by repealing it and getting rid of the affordable care act. and i'm going to fix it trump she wants to go to single payer, which means the government rules everything. karen travers on-camera close: and monday, it's back to the battlegrounds. hillary clinton campaigns in ohio while donald trump is next door in pennsylvania. but no doubt this debate will one of the candidates -- not on
johnson. but that doesn't mean he wasn't involved. he tweeted during -- the 90- minute debate. johnson -- tweeting about donald trump's apology -- for the lewd comments he made about women -- in the recently leaked tape. saying -- "an apology -- does not include shifting this to bill clinton." in another tweet -- he takes a swing at hillary clinton -- saying she is guilty of hypocricy when it comes to wall street. stands on deportation -- saying it's wrong -- to deport 11-million undocumented immigrants -- and suggests issuing work visas instead. in the meantime -- green-party candidate-- doctor jill stein -- goes on facebook live during the debate. she teamed up with "democracy now" -- to livestream her responses -- to the moderator's questions. stein stayed live after the debate to answer viewer questions. she was also active on twitter -- speaking on her own policies -- and swiping at trump and clinton.
one gettng backlash for the 2005 recording released this week. billy bush has been suspended from the "today" show. nbc news says it is unclear if he will ever return. entertainment tonight host nancy o'dell breaks her silence on the vulgar donald trump recording. in the 2005 video clip published friday by the washington post... trump recalled his failed attempts to seduce a married woman. "access hollywood" reported that the woman who rejected trump's advances is o'dell. this weekend... saying she was disappointed to hear such objectification of women. people up and down the east coast.. now in clean up mode. historic and deadly flooding.. left behind by hurricane matthew. the damage - homes - businesses - roads all needing repair abc's matt gutman.. in the middle of the devastation. script: matthew's final punch bashing the coast with a final dose of wind and rain and
hatteras the rain swamping fayetteville - over 14 inches there?a third of it's average annual falling in hours? sot gov.pat mccrory / r - north carolina "our state is facing major destruction and, sadly, loss of life," the storm has claimed at least 20 lives?and in north carolina over a thousand water rescues ? the water carving a canyon into this road?this woman's car submerged? as rescuers approach - notice that bundle under her arm? its hera waaaaa scooped to saftey by rescuers - nats ("it's ok buddy its ok") gutman oc "in so many parts of north carolina, it's the rain that created that flooding. but here along the coastal communities, it's the wind that pushes that storm surge onto land creating a water world in every direction." millions without power across the south? the howling storm blowing transformers and ripping down powerlines in a flood-battered-charleston south carolina? in florida - they're still assessing the damage after matthew raked past it?
michigan are investigating a shooting that left one man dead and eight others wounded early this morning. the shooting happening as more than 60-people gathered inside a strip mall. police say the sign on the outlet," but the place looked like a party hall. everyone hurt is expected to be okay. a suspect has not been arrested. one person recovering tonight after a shooting at a j-c penny parking lot in illinois. this happening yesterday afternoon. the suspect is still on the loose. right now -- an amber alert -- for a missing florida girl. four-year-old rebecca lewis -- was last seen -- with a man named west hogs -- at a gas station -- in georgia -- near