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it happened last night near flamingo and maryland parkway. if you recognize the man in this video.. call metro right away. a live look now at the crowd gathering at the smith center where hillary clinton is holding a rally in about an hour. this as the two presidential candidates make last-ditch efforts to get votes in this all important battleground state. 1 3 action news reporter david schuman is live outside the smith center right now... david? the throng of clinton supporters are slowly making their way in, fi field. there's even a high school marching band here to mark the occasion. it's been a pretty raucous crowd outside the last few hours...and the naked donald trump statue that debuted at life is beautiful a few weeks back even made an appearance. the handful of trump supporters that did show up here tonight were not happy with the statue. but that's been about as tense as things got here today. a strongly pro-hillary crowd is
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coming off the second debate unlv campus. tonight--the message of clintons speech is written in big letters. vote early. she's scheduled to speak at 715. reporting live david schuman 13 action news. a nye county school employee is behind bars accused of sexually assaulting a 17-year-old student at pahrump valley high school. police say 28-year old jose bautista.. students.. reportedly admitted to the crimes and was on drugs when it happened. he's now charged with sexual assault and child sexual abuse. just in to 13-action news. take a look at the man on your screen.. who goes by the name 'pirate.' metro has just announced he's being extradited from alaska to las vegas for a 2004 sexual assault case. metro says his former name is daniel selovich.. and he has a history of sexual assault and violence in
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metro is on the hunt for a man who robbed a carl's junior at gunpoint. it happened near desert inn and maryland parkway when police say the man came in armed with a gun and held up the place. no one was hurt. who do we call, ghostbusters? i mean, seriously, who do we call!? ghostbusters can't help with a busted pipe flooding a local condo complex -- but 13 action news can! 24 hours after we were called -- the issue is reporter tom george is out getting answers! tom lead you can still see some of the water left over here. for the better part of the last two days this entire parking lot was flooded. you can see its a lot better now, but fixing it didnt come fast enough for many of the people who live here. just yesterday... their usual route running through the parking lot....a gushing river... what started as a damaged pipe above ground, attached below
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sot it was bad over there, couldnt even get to the dumpster... it got so bad, the rising water almost reaching people's doorsteps... sot i'm an elderly lady and i dont want to fall by no means.. they say what's worse... their condo owners werent answering the phone.... sot who do we call, ghostbusters? i mean, seriously, who do we call!? the answer as it turns out... not the water district... they tell us since the condos owners to fix the leak... that can require the owner calling the district to shutting off the water. something that can be a tricky balancing act.... sot we're talking about impacting hundreds of thousands of customers, so a lot of times, they have to weigh the balance of those customers being without water for an extended period of time, or letting the leak continue.. in this case, thats what they had to do... the leak continued 2 nights until the condo was able to get someone in this morning to fix
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of it yesterday ... but couldnt get crews until today... neighbors glad it's fixed... but say they cut it a little too close. sot this is something that really should have been taken care of quicker than it was. tom tag now again the hoa says their best policy is call their emergency maintenance line when something like this happens, and if you dont have that number you can call their main office to get it. near buffalo and summerlin pkwy tg 13 action news. a 13 action news update on a lawyer accused of pulling a g attorney james pengilly is now under investigation by police and the state bar.. and has already been hit with a 25-hundred dollar sanction for improper deposition conduct. pengilly is accused of pulling a gun on mark stuhmer after stuhmer and his brother sued him for defamation. the brothers now have a protective order against pengilly. lawmakers are taking a timeout from that special session in carson city to consider the
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tomorrow.. they'll resume work in the assembly.. after the stadium package cleared the senate late yesterday. 13-action news reporter bryan callahan is in carson city right now following some new developments. bryan. the senate passed the stadium financing bill with two votes to spare... but when the assembly finally has their vote... things could be much closer. nat if possible after a short celebration... "we understand the excitement of what this means to bring the raiders to las 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 but it will not be a quick process in "we are going to examine it. we are going to tear that whole bill apart." unlv president len jessup who was on the committee that reccommened the stadium and convention center expansion projects says the day off may help move things along. you still optimistic? "when people step
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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. we're just a week away from the final showdown between the two presidential candidates right here in las vegas... but with the historic matchup comes some major road closures that will be sure to cs headaches. where you'll want to avoid next week. plus.. a good samaritan steps up to help after we aired a story about a disabled veteran.. who lost a lot of property in a burglary. find out what she's doing to help him put his household back together. 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. and count on chopper 13 to
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on 13 action news. we'll be right back.
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face-to-face for the third and final time for a debate at the thomas and mack. 13 action news reporter marti glaser checked in with the school today to see if they're ready. sot having the debate on campus presents some interesting challenges after 9 months of preparations ... - unlv is tackling those challenges head on- just a week out from the third and final presidential debate ... 92900 parking is going to be impacted . some students say it already is. sot this last week i have been late to my first class every day because of the traffic and just getting here and parking and all these things they have all these gates everywhere. all next week.
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the university says some teachers have adjusted classes by having students work from home. sot a couple of my teachers have cancelled class on monday but most of them have cancelled class on wednesday for sure / sot its good because i don't have to go to school and deal with all the traffic and drama of having to park at the airport - its really annoying . monday and tuesday students will have the option of parking off campus font :carl reiber-sr. vice provost unlv 93318 they can park in the orage lot- maccaren- the shurttles will be running regurlarly and we have many shuttles with additional parkin a availabe at gateway parking structure on the east side of maryland parkway . carl reiber says his team is prepared for any bumps in the road 934 50 students can really look back on foondly that they got to participate in a very historic event. we will be talking a lot about road closures over the next few days -- but you can always get the information you need on our website at ktnv dot com.
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ransacked... one woman was so moved by it, she wanted to help. 16:57:51-16:57:55 thanks for your service oh thank you very much nat laugh earlier this week we told you about james turpin. he's a disabled veteran whose home was broken into... the whole thing was caught on camera. several things were taken... including a t-v and important paperwork. today... he got some of what he lost back . renee lucero, donor 16:58:41-16:58:47 "my stepfather is always helping people all the time and this is somethn do he was always helping people." the donor comes from a military family. that was one of the reasons she says the story hit home for her. turpin says no arrests have been made in his case, we showed you last night a wild road rage brawl caught on camera... now we're learning new details about what happened just moments before the camera
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plus.. find out what happens after a semi-truck gets stuck on some railroad tracks.. and it's not pretty.
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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. "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. i want a president who inspires me, and that's not donald trump.
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just south of modesto. police say somehow.. the semi's trailer got tangled up on the tracks. miraculously.. no one was hurt.. but it took several hours to clean-up the mess and re-open the tracks.
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accident.. but the fbi now says a deadly plane crash in connecticut was at the controls when it crashed. according to the instructor.. who survived.. he and the student were arguing before the crash.. but it's still unclear why they were fighting. bystanders were on the street yesterday afternoon when they saw the plane hit the ground and take down utility poles. ((sot)) eyewitness1: "3 poles when it hit the last one it just boom." ((sot)) eywitness3: "power just ran out at work.. the crash happened only a short distance from a factory that makes jet engines for commercial and military aircraft. tonight -- 13 action news digging for more answers as to what happened between the two people seen fighting in the middle of an intersection! reporter mahsa saeidi uncovered new pictures that lead to new details as to when the brawl started near flamingo and maryland.
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hysterical. she explained how she was on her phone at this intersection. she missed the light change ... the man behind behind her ... started honking ... soon there was a brawl spanning several minites and multiple streets.. the video...taken about 3 miles from here ....has been viewed ...more than a million times online. you can see the man and woman duking it out. police say she had a knife...looks like he had a tire iron. we saw the moment she smashedhisbwindow. (track)(vo = pictures inside car) but tonight -- a first look at what's alleged to be ... her car obtaining these exlusive pictures .... you can see her windshield .... also exlusive pictures .... you can see her windshield .... also broken... inside ... shattered glass... and that tire iron... the woman said she was a long time wrestler. she claimed the man shouted racial slurs. police are investigating to see who was the primary aggressor. we are trying to get in touch with both of them
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two-car crash that left behind a mess this morning it happened near sahara and durango. police say one of the cars was rear- ended by the other causing the driver to lose control and jump the center median. the good news -- no one was seriously hurt. the death toll in the southeastern u-s now stands at 37 in the wake of hurricane matthew.. while a half-million are still without carolina.. mandatory evacuations are still in effect because of a massive hold in a dam. the governor there says this is the worst flooding north carolina has ever seen.. and he's warning residents the danger is far from over. calm and warm will soon turn into warm and windy as a series of systems approaches mainly sunny skies.
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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. afternoon high will top out in the mid 80s both saturday and sunday. system number two moves in sunday and maintains gusts around 35mph. the third system follows closely behind on monday and gusts to about 40mph. also, high temps will drop to 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 light winds.
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over a dangerous substance sold
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up next.. find out why they're now second-guessing a ban.. and how many say the substance could actually help drug addicts. it's almost time for open enrollment for next year's health insurance. from contact 13 tonight... what you need to consider before signing up for your new plan. and.. 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 in google play.
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the desert is where bad guys go when they want to make evidence disappear. but hiding the evidence won't help danny tarkanian. sure, he can bury all those property taxes he skipped out on for years... ...or all those fake charities he helped set up... ...or the scams against seniors he formed... or the $17 million judgment he never paid. he can try, but he can't make his record disappear.
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i'm catherine cortez masto and i approve 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?
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wrong for nevada. far back at 1998. 42-year-old brandon mcguire is facing sexual assault charges for a 2004 case where he
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metro says they're still working on a murder case from 1998. from contact 13... amazon is launching a new music service. amazon music unlimited will provide tens of millions of songs... as well as playlists... and personalized stations. prime member subscriptions start at 7-99 a month... or 79-dollars a year. non-members will pay 9-99 a month. employees... open enrollment. when picking out health insurance... look at what you spent for coverage... and how much you paid out of pocket. if you don't go to the doctor too often... consider a higher deductible plan. your monthly insurance premiums will cost less. and know your out-of-pocket maximum. if you have the option... contribute to a health savings account or h-s-a. and even if you are automatically enrolled for
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and contact 13 is ready to help you with a consumer problem. just contact one of our volunteers any weekday between 11 and 1. s 702-368- 2255. a legal high sold in smoke shops was about to be banned. but now.. under pressure.. the feds are backing off. contact 13 chief investigator darcy spears has new information on a coffee-related plant that's causing a national controversy. dacy package: we bought this for about $20 bucks at a local same class as heroin and other illegal street drugs. but the d-e-a is now back- pedaling--seemingly second-guessing its widely-criticized decision to ban something many say could help curb the nation's opioid abuse epidemic. kratom is a plant that grows primarily in southeast asia. it's sold online, in smoke shops and in supplement stores as a natural alternative to
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the american kratom association and more than 50 lawmakers, including nevada representative joe heck, said the d-e-a over- stepped its authority when it rushed to ban kratom. but the national institute on drug abuse says kratom works the same way in the brain as opiate medications, and can have serious side effects. darcy stand up tag: heeding public outcry and the need for further research, the d-e-a has opened a public comment period. for more information, go to ktnv-dot story. darcy spears, 13 action news. samsung is in damage control mode.. and not just from the public relations point of view. next on 13 action news live at 6:30.. details on the extreme measures it's taking to prevent another smartphone fire. plus.. negotiations over the proposed stadium are still going on. 13 action news political anaylist jon ralson has an update from carson city.
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jacky rosen: i'm jacky rosen, and as a computer programmer, i created apps... before they were called "apps" and i learned there's always a smart solution. as president of my synagogue, creating one of the largest solar projects in the state. in congress, i'll work with democrats and republicans to make all of nevada a leader in solar, to improve our schools, and create good jobs. i approved this message because i know we can
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ahead of the next vote on an nfl stadium in las vegas.
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analyst jon ralston is in carson city with more on what's expected to happen tomorrow. jon. ----how did it get out of senate? labor and gaming lobbied behind scenes, got democrats. also, senate democratic leader aaron ford secured a community benefits agreement that will provide yet-undisclosed money leader aaron ford secured a community benefits agreement that will provide yet-undisclosed money from the developer. that's how they got to 16 votes, including seven of 10 democrats. ----so what about the assembly? a lot of the same is going on, with emphasis on


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