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.... you can see her windshield .... also broken... inside ... shattered glass... and that tire iron... the woman telling witnesses... this... was the end of a clash that began 3 miles away. she claimed the man honked her... followed her....and unleashed racial slurs. right now ... police investigating to see who was the primary aggressor ... of course we know... to every story ... there are two sides. the woman told people her profession... it could explain so video right now...we have attempted to get in touch with the woman on facebook. we're also trying to track down the man. the latest at six. more breaking news. metro just released information on a deadly stabbing they say last night around eight they found a man dead inside an apartment near flamingo and maryland parkway. now look at your screen. metro's looking for the man
through the lobby. they say this man is a person of interest and he is the last person seen with the victim. anyone with information is encouraged to call police. this man is under arrest.. facing several charges including the alleged sexual assualt of a minor. detectives in pahrump say 28-year old jose bautista had lewd conversations with a 17-year-old girl on social media before inviting her to his home. investigators say he later admitted to the crimes. he's being held on 350-thousand dollars bail. for the first time in two nights, people in one condo building can get to their cars after a broken pipe is fixed. we first brought you the story last night -- tonight, 13 action news reporter tom george is making sure these people are taken care of. tom look live today residents here finally able to get back to their cars again. this area used to be blocked. in fact this whole area was flooded for the better part of the last two days.
yesterday.. people who lived here said the water .. gushing since monday night.... were concerned nothing was being done...today, the water was cleared... crews out on site fixing the problem... the hoa says it was caused by a damaged above ground pipe that spread underground causing the water to seep up.. the fix didnt come soon enough for some who were upset. sot patsy holly neighbor my granddaughter couldnt go to school becuase she had no way to wash up and i couldnt even go to my doctor because there was so much water out here. las vegas water district who say because the condos are privately owned, its up the owners to fix the issue.. but they do say, they'll shut off the water while the owner's call in maintenance... which is what they had to do in this case. tom lklv tag now coming up tonight at 6, we're getting answers from the home owners reporting near buffalo and summerlin parkway, tom george, 13 action news we looked into this story after
us to investigate... email us at email@example.com and please include your name and telephone number breaking right now a deadly shooting involving a mohave county sheriff's deputy is justified. that's the ruling just released by the county attorney. here's what we know. at the end of august.. offcer evan hopper shot and killed 35-year-old paula phillips. investigators say phillips was drunk and high on meth and oxycodone when hopper found her in her car parked in the middle as officer hopper approached phillips got a shotgun out of her vehicle and pointed at the officer. officer hopper fired... killing phillps. police are after the man who robbed a carl's junior employee at gunpoint late this morning. it happened near desert inn and maryland parkway. no word on how much money the suspect got away with. the employee wasn't hurt. a multi vehicle crash caused quite a mess on your roadways this morning. police say two cars were
video... you can see one of them jumped the center median... possibly crashing into a tree. police are also saying this could have been a road rage incident... but both drivers were blaming the other one. the good news... only very minor injuries. in about an hour -- las vegas assemblywoman victoria seaman is hosting a meeting in summerlin to discuss rising crime rates across the valley. the entire community is invited to attend.. and metro police will be on- the durango hills y-m-c-a which is near cheyenne and rampart. state lawmakers are taking a time-out after two full days of work on the proposed nfl stadium deal. the senate approved the plan yesterday and passed it over to the assembly.. where supporters hope to keep the ball moving. 13 action news reporter bryan callahan is in carson city with more on what we can expect tomorrow morning. the senate passed the stadium financing bill with two votes
has their vote... things could be much closer. nat if possible after a short celebration... 06.41.30.00 "we understand the excitement of what this means to bring the raiders to las vegas." stadium proponents are right back to work making sure they can get the 28 votes they need in the assembly to get the las vegas raiders to the goal breath." but it will not be a quick process in the assembly. as members there want to dig in and do their own work on the bill. 01.37.46.00 "we are going to examine it. we are going to tear that whole bill apart." unlv president len that reccommened the stadium and convention center expansion projects says the day off may help move things along. you still optimistic? 22.59.19.00 "when people step back and step back and look at the merits of the two projects." tag: one thing assemblyman sprinkle told us this afternoon is that he would like more assurance from the raiders that they are committed to calling nevada home. of course that final approval of a move will be up to all 32 nfl owners. reporting live, bryan callahan, 13 action news.
carson city.. oakland mayor libby schaff says she's launching a plan to keep the raiders where they are. she told the san francisco cronicle she'll try to round-up 200-million dollars to make improvements on the current raiders stadium. but.. schaff says oakland will not try to match nevada's 750-million dollars in public tax revenue for a stadium. your voice your vote in the race for the white house... and the democratic nominee for president is in las vegas tonigh reporter david schuman is at the smith center where people are starting to arrive! we're here at the smith center in downtown las vegas and these are all the people waiting to see hillary clinton. the line goes down to the very end. there is a small group of protesters roaming around who are in support of trump. but mostly a pro-hillary crowd. chanting has sporadically burst out in the last 2 hours we've been here. chants of hillary and madam president. clinton continues to lead in the polls and tonight she's
importance of early voting here in nevada. joining her will be senate candidate catherine cortez masto and other democrats. we'll be here for all of it when she's scheduled to come on at 715. reporting live david schuman 13 action news. you might recognize the woman introducing hillary clinton at her rally tonight at the smith center. tracee ellis ross is the star of the hit abc comedy 'black-ish.' she talked with 13-action news today about why she's supporting clinton.. and why it's important for nevadans to vote.. no matter who they "we each have a voice and we need to remind the country that we matter by casting our vote is what i think is important in this moment." you have until october 18th to register to vote.. and you can catch tracee ellis ross on 'black-ish' tonight at 9:30.. right here on channel 13. after you've registered to vote... the next step is actually voting. you don't have to wait for november 8th. early voting here in nevada starts october 22nd -- and
to vote early... head to our website.. ktnv dot com. republican donald trump is coming-off a couple of enthusiastic rallies earlier today in the battleground state of florida. during one stop in ocala.. trump railed on the f-b-i and department of justice for not pursuing charges against hillary clinton for having classified emails on her private server.. and pointed to a new wikileaks dump as proof. "department of justice fed information, think of this, to email investigation, so that the campaign could be prepared to cover up her crimes." trump will stay in florida for one more rally tomorrow before heading to the battleground state of ohio. the third and final presidential debate is one week from tonight... at u-n-l-v. and preparations have been underway for months! tickets are not available to
around campus. your best bet -- is to watch the debate right here on ktnv. but - the impact of the debate will be felt hours before and after around town. coming up at six -- we'll explain what las vegans will have to deal with as debate day nears. more fallout from the wells fargo bogus account scandal. effective immediately.. ceo john strumpf has retired. wells fargo has been under public.. and congressional scrutiny after admitting that employees created up to 2 million last several years to reach unrealistic sales goals. strumpf is being replaced by timothy sloan.. who says his immediate priority as ceo is to restore the public's trust in wells fargo. investigators in connecticut now believe a deadly plane crash was a suicide.. and not an act of terrorism. authorities say a flight student from jordan national was at the controls when the plane slammed into the ground near a pratt and whitney facililty..
the instructor.. who survived the crash.. said there was an altercation with the student before it happened. two brothers now have a protective order against a local attorney. it all stems from allegations the lawyer pulled a gun on one of them during a deposition. attorney james pengilly is charged in the incident. the two brothers are suing him in a case involving their h-o-a. pengilly is reportedly under investigation by police and the state bar.. and one court official has already sanctioned him 25-hundred dollars for days after a burglar ransacks a veteran's home... a positive twist in the story. how a 13 action news viewer reached out to help the man who served our country. plus.. teenagers look forward to being old enough drive.. but how are they doing behind the wheel? we'll tell you what a new study says about teenage drivers.. and safety. and... the final frontier may not be unexplored for long if local students have anything to do
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and started ripping jewelry off the neck of the woman he was with. both victims suffered cuts and bruises but should be okay. 16:57:51-16:57:55 thanks for your service oh thank you very much nat laugh these two people are meeting for the first time. one woman was so moved by our story about a disabled veteran's home being ransacked.. she wanted to help. 13 action news reporter parker collins explains how she was able to replace something that was stolen. 17:05:35-17:06:00 this was a really fun update to put together and to watch it unfold take vo at 17:05:39 no remember just a few days ago i told you about a disabled veteran who was burglarized his home ransacked some of his things were taken including his got to watch that unfold and they were saying watching a veteran go through this that is
take sot renee lucero 16:58:41-16:58:47 "my stepfather is always helping people all the time and this is something i know that he would do he was always helping people." 17:06:09-17:06:20 the victim tells me no arrests have been made yet in this case but from contact 13... toyota is recalling 340- thousand prius sedan vehicles because of a potentially deadly brake issue. the recall involves 20-16 and 20-17 prius sedans. there's a possibility the parking brake on those models could stop working. toyota owne notified... starting in november. toyota dealers will fix the problem... at no cost to customers. samsung is sending fire- resistant packages to its customers. the move comes after the company said it was discontinuing the galaxy note 7. some of the phones were found to overheat... and catch fire. the fire-resistant boxes are a precaution against possible fires... for customers shipping back their device.
mobile devices are a blessing.. or a curse. researchers at boston university and the university of michigan recently interviewed a group of 35 parents and caregivers. they found many feel the touchscreens are a peacemaker.. that provide quick entertainment for little ones.. or a way to quickly communicate. other parents see them as a disconnect that prevents living in the moment with their children. for the first time in nearly a decade.. the number of teenagers killed in car crashes last year went up. according to thn the governor's highway safety association.. the number of teenage traffic fatalities had been falling from 2005 to 2014. one reason experts say the number went up in 2015 seems to be distractions while driving. bermuda is bracing for hurricane nicole.. which is expected to pass over.. or near the island tomorrow. residents are being warned to take this storm very seriously. right now.. nicole is a category 3 storm
dangerous storm surge. adlib let's go to chief meteorologist bryan scofield and '13 first alert weather.' calm and warm will soon turn into warm and windy as a series of systems approaches the las vegas valley. remain in place for the next couple of days, along with mainly sunny skies. expect light winds tomorrow with highs in the mid and upper 80s, then around 90 on friday. on friday, we will start to feel the effects of the first of three systems that will push near or through the area. expect gusts to 35mph friday afternoon and saturday.
sunday. system number two moves in sunday and maintains gusts around 35mph. the third system follows closely behind on monday and looks to be the windiest with gusts to about 40mph. the low 80s for most of the valley on monday. calmer weather returns for tuesday and wednesday with highs in the low to mid 80s, sunny skies and
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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.
college up to 5-million dollars over the next 5 years. the projects will suport nasa's orion program - which aims to send humans to deep-space destinations like mars and asteroids. some students at u-n-l-v have already taken part of a nasa mentoring program. calm and warm will soon turn into warm and windy as a series of systems approaches the las vegas valley. above average temperatures will remain in place for the next couple of days, along with mainly sunny skies. feel the effects of the first of three systems that will push new on 13 action news live at six - we're just one week away from the final showdown between hillary clinton and donald trump right here in las vegas. tonight, we'll look at how unlv is preparing for the debate and why some students say they'll be avoiding the campus like the plague that day. and here's a look at what's coming up in tonight's primetime lineup right here on abc... 8 - the goldbergs 8:30 - speechless 9 - modern family
"highly misleading," and "false." as attorney general, it's cortez masto who held banks accountable and helped nevada homeowners. and governor sandoval praised cortez masto's dedication to fighting sex trafficking. don't let joe heck's billionaires fool you. catherine cortez masto has always stood up for us. i'm catherine cortez masto
tonight, the deadly plane crash. the fbi on the scene, and this question -- was the crash intentional? was there a fight onboard? and did the student, reportedly a jordanian national, take on the pilot? also breaking, two attempted attacks now on an american warship. is the u.s. preparing to respond with force? martha raddatz standing by. trump's tirade, going it alone. what he said today about paul ryan and about invading hillary's space. and the wikileaks trail tonight. the new e-mails and the clinton campaign left to respond. the school shooting. and tonight, the 911 tapes now released. >> stay in the classroom, okay? don't open the doors for anything. >> the teachers frantically trying to save their students. and quarterback tom brady, and the question he was asked today.