tv Action News 3PM ABC October 19, 2016 3:00pm-3:30pm PDT
the suspect. plus... what raiders owner mark davis is now saying about the possibility of moving the team here to las vegas. but first...... we're just hours away from the final presidential debate between hillary clinton and donald trump it's your voice, your vote in the race for the white house. the final faceoff between the presidential candidates over at few hours away. we have team coverage. chris king is live from the
for the debate-- if you need to get around.. you might want to consider using the las vegas monorail. it will be running on its regular schedule between 4 and 10p-m. if you don't want to watch the debate at home you can see it at the regal colonnade on eastern and pebble and at the regal village square on fort apache and sahara. it's free and open to the public...you just have to pick up tickets at the theater box office. there are debate watch parties all across the valley tonight... we have a full list on our our coverage of the final faceoff continues. you can catch the debate right here channel 13 starting at 6 p-m. 13 action news will follow with wall-to-wall coverage from the thomas and mack center. and don't forget, we're always online at ktnv dot com..and our mobile app. now for a developing story... troopers shoot a man who left a path of destruction across the valley... he's expected to live. only 13 action news reporter parker collins spoke with an
to an end. 22:31:58-22:32:51 this shut down a large part of gibson up there there's american pacific and you can see a lot of police up there but all the action all the investigation is happening right down in this direction past this police tape take vo at 22:32:10 let's back it up this started this morning near downtown police say a guy carjacked a woman took her out and injured her and a witness as he was driving away that is when he got on metro's radar and eventually he got on the patrol got involved they tried to track him down tried to get him to stop he wouldn't going so fast so recklessly he eventually was driving on his rims it ended over here in henderson when he tried to carjack someone else an elderly couple throwing a 90 year old man to the ground everyone he hurt along this path they're going to be okay troopers shot him to end the whole thing and took him to the hospital take sot susann salazar, eyewitness
of me so if it was a few seconds before or something he could've just hit me." 22:32:58-22:33:01 in henderson parker collins 13 action news the southern nevada health district is reporting its first flu-related death for this season. health officials say the person was an adult over the age of 65 and was hospitalized. flu season usually peaks in january and february -- and there is still time to get your flu shot. .tonight...mostly clear. lows 54 to 59 on the west side of th east side. northeast winds 10 to 20 mph shifting to the northwest 10 to 15 mph after midnight. .thursday...sunny. highs 79 to 82 on the west
valley...80 to 84 on the east side. northwest winds 10 to 15 mph shifting to the northeast in the afternoon. .thursday night...mostly clear. lows 54 to 59. north winds up to 10 mph shifting to the northwest after midnight. n- f-l owners meeting in houston, texas oakland raiders owner mark davis is actively talking to other owners... trying to get them on board with moving the team here. he also adressed the issue of wether or not he was using the stadium deal here in the valley in order to get a better offer from another city. 35 secs in "when i met with governor sandoval for the very first time he looked me in the eye and said are you using us for leverage to get a better deal somewhere else.
to a city and if they come up with what we're talking about then we will be moving or doing our best to come to las vegas." at least 3-fourths of owners have to approve the vote to move the raiders here. that's expected to happen sometime next year. a home invasion caught on camera. a little boy comes home from school and finds himself face-to face with a burglar. what he did to put a stop to the would be thief. plus...it's the video that has parents everywhere on edge. a man seen right from her mother's shopping cart. but wait until you see what happens next. remember chopper 13 is bringing you breaking news fast and first. and a look at today's closing numbers.. the dow was up 41 points, closing at 18,203
stay with us. gas pump crimes are on the rise. thieves waiting around to take your money....and authorities say they're getting even bolder. what you can do to protect yourself. plus... what some customers are accusing them of doing after their phones were recalled. you're watching 13 action news, where you get breaking news fast and first. stay with us.
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admits to having fed three gators at different times.. they say one of them got too close and bit him on the hand and leg. barry eversole, texas game warden: "it's against the law to feed alligators, because what happens is they associate people with food, so we needed a tool that prevented that activity." neighbors told us they've seen gators here frequently. one of them say he saw one come ashore and take bait he was using to fish. at least 6 pe 3 firefighters and a police officer -- are injured after an explosion in portland, oregon. authorities say a contractor hit a gas line -- causing a leak. firefighters and gas company crews were able to quickly evacuate the building. at some point -- the gas ignited and there was a large explosion. the cause of the ignition has not yet been determined. no word on the conditions of the injured. crews in colorado continue to battle a massive wildfire
the wind-driven blaze has grown to more than 16-thousand acres...and it remains zero-percent contained. colorado's governor has called for additional resources to help fight the fire. it has destroyed 5 homes with another 3-hundred threatened. officials believe fallen power lines sparked the blaze. firefighters have their hands full fighting a brush fire in los angeles. high winds continue to fan the flames. the fire burning at least 28 acres porter ranch neighborhood. officials say no homes are being threatened...no one has been injured. let's go to 13 first alert chief meteorologist bryan scofield. bryan .tonight...mostly clear. lows 54 to 59 on the west side of the valley...56 to 60 on the east side.
15 mph after midnight. .thursday...sunny. highs 79 to 82 on the west side of the valley...80 to 84 on the east side. northwest winds 10 to 15 mph shifting to the northeast in .thursday night...mostly clear. lows 54 to 59. north winds up to 10 mph shifting to the northwest after midnight. .friday...sunny. highs 82 to 85 on the west side
winds up to 10 mph shifting to the northeast in the afternoon. .friday night...clear. lows 58 to 63. winds generally light. .saturday...sunny. highs around 87. .saturday night and sunday...partly lows 64 to 67. highs 84 to 87. .sunday night and monday...mostly cloudy. with a chance of showers. lows 65 to 68. highs around 80. .monday night through wednesday...partly cloudy. lows 59 to 62.
airport... where the second-tallest airport tower in the nation is officially complete. the one hundred-and-eleven-million- dollar project took five years to finish. it's been delayed by government shutdowns and construction issues. the new tower replaces the old one which has been used since 19-83. a contact 13 consumer alert this afternoon. fiat chrysler is recalling more than 86-thousand trucks and police cars... because of a problem that could cause the engine to stall or the company says the problem is a short circuit in the alternator. the specific vehicles being recalled are on your screen now. fiat chrysler is awareof one possible injury related to the problem, as well as several fires. customers will be notified when they can bring in their vehicles for repairs and samsung is facing a class action lawsuit filed by three galaxy note 7 owners. the suit comes one week after the company officially recalled
production worldwide. the suit allegeinjuries" caused. the plaintiffs claim that since it took so long for samsung to issue the recall they were charged device charges and monthly plan charges for an unusable phone that could not be exchanged. now to a big warning at the pump - about criminals snatching your valuables right from your car... there's also a high tech way they could rip you off without abc's t-j holmes has the latest. they are brazen thieves... caught on tape?at gas stations around the country?watch as a so-called "slider" ?moves in - quickly snatching this woman's purse before she even notices. authorities urging drivers to stay alert as they fill up? , law enforcement - warning about another growing threat at the pump?criminal's known as "skimmers"?and they are even tougher to spot? wash 3 00;49;08 sot chris gagne secret service: the secret service has
the amount of credit card skimming that has been discovered. watch this suspect - caught on camera breaking into a gas pump where he had installed a device to steal - or skim - credit card information off the magnetic strip. mos you never know what is going on. what can happen to your credit card it's impossible to tell - just by looking at the gas pump - that inside a device could be secretly recording your data. some skimmers so high tech - gagne, secret service, assistant special agent in charge, criminal investigative division: they gas pump and install them and they can be there for weeks or months without being discovered. sot 00:39 wbay frank frassetto although this is inconvenient you may want to just go inside and have them swipe your card [gfx] choose a pump close to the attendant. theives normally set up out of sight. and monitor your account frequently for fraud. that was t-j holmes reporting.
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voter fraud and rigged elections. todd walker tells
us some poll workers are even going through active shooter training with the threat of violence or intimidation. underway in plenty of states.. voters in tennessee started casting their ballots this morning.. it comes amidst donald trump's continuing allegations of a rigged election.. that has elections officials across the country firing back.. ne-017tu (alison lundergan grimes, ky secretary of state) "any comments to the contrary that would suggest this election is rigged or somehow compromised is inappropriate, unfounded and not in keeping with what our democracy has operated on for more than 200 years." that was the secretary of state for the state of
elections officials in arizona.. which is now considered a swing state.. are outlining their safe guards against multiple or fraudulent votes.. re-03we :48 if we are questioning the signature, we must speak to the voter. :51 donald trump's campaign has called on supporters to head to the polls and watch for fraud.. something the national election assistance commission welcomes.. as long as they abide by long-standing election observer rules.. matthew masterson: 2:31 they have an important role to play in having transparency in the process and making sure that everything is done appp to understand what those rules are and how to move forward :39 that has some concerned about through active shooter training.. amber mcreynolds: 4:35:23 being prepared for really any type of emergency situation whether it's an active shooter or a power outage or it's a fire any sort of emergency situation is months ago.. as it does every election year. 3:56 there is an increased focus on making sure their plans are ready that they've
tested their plans 4:04 , i'm todd walker. right now we are working on all-new stories for 13 action news live at 3-30... including we're continuing our debate day coverage. next -- we'll hear from students as the react to the final faceoff between the candidates. plus... harry reid is speaking out. what he thinks about tonight's debate and the possibility of a
what we're now learning.
plus... the latest on the manhunt for the gunman who opened fire outside of a bay area high school. four students were injured -- including one critically. but first... it's the fin hillary clinton and donald trump. it's your voice, your vote in the race for the white house. the final faceoff between the presidential candidates over at the thomas and mack is just hours away. we have team coverage. lesley marin is live from the thomas and mack. but first let's go to 13 action news anchor steve wolford who is live in the presidential debate spin room steve. we watching as busses are dropping off groups of people right now at the thomas and