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tv   Action News 3PM  ABC  October 20, 2016 3:00pm-3:31pm PDT

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picking up your kids from school. up your kids from school. plus... a major travel nightmare for drivers here in the valley. the big changes coming to the spaghetti bowl that will affect your commute. but first...... police desperately searching for a slot machine bandit -- after stealing from businesses across the valley. police are looking for a man they're calling -- a serial slot machine robber. they say he has broken into several machines acro the latest -- this morning-- in the northwest part of the valley. 13 action news reporter marissa kynaston walks us through what happened. police say that man walked through these doors-- holding a crowbar. take vo this is cell phone video of what that video poker machine looks like now-- you can see the cash entry part of the machine completely ripped off. police say around four this morning-- the man walked into the gas station-- and broke into the machine with his crowbar-- then took off with the money.
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how close the video machine is to the cash register-- where the manager tells me-- an employee was behind the counter when it happened. customers at the gas station today-- told me what they thought when they saw the broken machine. ray nichol, customer 22:20:15:25 that somebody got upset after losing (haha), i didn't see anything crazy, just looks like it's broken, like somebody tried to kick it in 22:20:23:05 marissa tag the gas station does have survhave seen their suspect-- but since it is still an ongoing released that footage. mk-- 13an. a 13 action news update this afternoon... we have now learned that the suspect in a violent carjacking has died -- after being shot by a state trooper after a high speed chase. it all began yesterday morning when police say the suspect forced his way into a woman's car at a gas station near eastern and fremont. then he took off. police chasing him to a car dealership near gibson and auto show drive. investigators say there he tried to carjack an elderly
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him into custody -- the suspect fought back. during the struggle the trooper shot the man once. two new school zone laws are finally being enforced by police this school year.... if you're unfamiliar --- the two new laws are that you cannot do u-turns in school zones.... and you can't pass anyone in a school zone --- even if they are going well under the speed limit. metro has ticketed about a dozen people for violating these new laws this school year. they've ticketed 2-hundred other drivers for speeding in every driver in vegas needs to hear this... a huge change on our busiest roads-- thanks to project neon. they're calling it car-nado 13 action news reporter parker collins breaks it down. look behind me... this is the spaghetti bowl.. most importantly this is northbound 15 to northbound 95 it will be closed take a look at this video..... it can be hard to visualize all of the traffic will be rerouted to the mlk flyover mlk will be
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temporary ramp to connect the flyover directly with us 95 northbound this is just one of several ramp closures and reroutes almost everyone in the valley will be affected first two weeks will be the worst... as we all get used to it take sot dale keller, ndot senior project manager 15:05:12-15:05:18 "this is a significant impact no doubt about it carnado is a significant impact and we're hoping to get the message out less than a week through late february. there is some good news they'll be changing the length on yourself time more on our website ktnv .com parker collins 13 action news. we hold to high pressure and sunny skies through saturday with high temperatures rising each day. by saturday, high temperatures will be at their peak for the seven day forecast; right below 90 degrees .
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have been monitoring for the 10 and 15 mph. temperatures begin to fall but the valley. closet to grab out the door highs possibly into the 70s by monday. it's your voice, your vote in the race for the white house. last night's debate in nevada - mike sacks is getting a fresh perspective on the race - and why what happened here - could have a bigger impact on our country than you might think. in the battleground state of nevada - a small group of students at a private high school the suburbs of las vegas are debating the same thing we've all been for months nats(broll) :17 "who would win the election if it was held right now" (graphic - polls) and in nevada - it depends on
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lutheran high school lr 5:03 hillary kind of has the best temperament right now because i feel like donald trump is just super reactive. (stand-up) it's a close race since 1980 and in a state where it's all about odds --- these students are just as odds over who they'd support! zach smith, junior, faith lutheran high school zs 5:24 "i think at this point it's kind of like the lesser of two evils." tori they're very strongly republican but they're not totally in favor of donald trump's views but they're so strongly against the clintons in general so i'm not really sure where they're going to go enthusiasm) and the most recent cnn-orc poll of nevada voters proves her family isn't alone half are less than enthusiasitc about voting for president. brooke benowitz, junior, faith lutheran high school bb 6:38 "well in the last couple of years and decades i feel like we've had a lot of disunity as a country between our political parties and our views" these students said they'd be more enthusiastic about this race if think that's what important to nevada voters specifically is where we are in education right now. we're so far back that we need to put an emphasis on education
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richardson, sophomore, faith lutheran high school lr 7:13 "there have just been arguments and things like that would kind of assist in letting me know which candidate would be better." still too young to vote but know it's too important for their future to ignore. koby dickerson, junior, faith lutheran high school kd 7:27 "i would probably ask donald trump rages too much and gets too due to her integrity" 7:48 mike sacks, las vegas, nevada for the now, i'm mike sacks. president barack obama is coming to las vegas. sunday october 23rd president obama will be campaigning for hillary clinton and catherine cortez- masto for senate. the rally is being hosted by the nevada democratic party at cheyenne high school. for information on how to attend please visit our website at k-t-n-v dot com. surveillance camera's are rolling.... as several men storm in and rob customers while they eat. but it didn't end there. the path of destruction they left behind after escaping. plus... heartstopping moments a little boy's parents. how a police officer saved the
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and...remember chopper 13 is bringing you breaking news fast and first. here's a look at today's closing numbers.. the dow was down 40points, closing at 18,162
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stealing their money and then taking off. (joe fredholm, cashier) "yeah down at the tastee diner we've just been robbed." (911 operator) "ok." (joe fredholm, cashier) "three guys, masks, just left." the 74 year old cashier says one of the men pistol whipped him-- then you see him get up they hold up two more customers before taking off. police say they were driving a stolen b-m-w, and while they were trying to get away they crashed... causing a 7-car pileup. somehow they managed to carjack another person and then disappear. some incredible video out of texas this afternoon... showing a police officer rushing to save the life of a young boy after a seizure. dispatcher: county 911, what's the address of your emergency? dad: yes, yes, ma'am.
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my son's not breathing here you see the officer pulling into the parking lot. the parents are holding their unresponsive little boy. they rush him to the officer-- who puts him on the ground and immediately starts to perform c-p-r. then he shows the father how to keeping doing compressions... so he can get a breathing mask. after two minutes-- the little boy was revived. and here you see the officer reunited with the family earlier this week. the parents and little boy thanking the man fors life. terrifying moments for parents-- their children injured on the way to school. it happened this morning in kentucky. an s-u-v plowing into a group of kids about to get on a school bus. now investigators looking into whether other drivers ignored safety laws. plus... the fallout continues for wells fargo. why the banking giant is now being investigated for identity theft. you're watching 13 action news, where you get breaking news fast and first.
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police in oklahoma are trying
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a-t-m. investigators say the suspects were even driving a stolen truck....the two are also supsected of another theft just a few weeks ago. the lead singer from motley crre--vince neil is facing the music for this incident on the strip. who can forget this video from a woman claimed neil pulled her by the hair -- when he got into a fight with his friend nicolas cage. today, a judge ordered neil to get counseling for impulse control. neil didn't show up in court today... but we talked to his attorney after he entered a guilty plea on the singer's behalf. mr neil is pleased to put this behind him and focus on his tour and his business ventures and move forward neil will also have to pay a 1- thousand dollar fine -- and stay out of trouble for six
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is recovering after this crash near charleston and decatur. you can see the motorcycle collided with a red truck. no word yet on who was at fault. the rider had serious injuries, but we're told they will survive. a horrifying morning in kentucky today.. an s-u-v slams into three children, leaving two -- fighting for their lives. it happened while the children were waiting at the bus stop. abc's elizabeth hur has the latest on the investigation. ((nat)) broadcastify 13:24 -- "we have four patients, three children, one child is unresponsive." with first responders rushing to the scene.. ((nat)) broadcastify 11:20 -- "code 3 we have a child stuck under the car." good samaritans jumped into action.. ((sot)) whas george elliott, good samaritan: "she was in bad shape, she was bleeding real bad." helping to rescue the young girl.. trapped underneath the s-u-v. ((sot)) whas elliott: "we tried to raise the car up... so when we got it up high enough the police pulled the kid from under the car." that girl and another child.. rushed to the hospital in critical condition..
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louisville, kentucky.. when police say the bus made a sudden stop and the driver of the s-u-v.. trying to avoid the bus.. veered right.. hitting three children.. waiting for the bus. police say.. the bus had its flashers on in this case.. but watch.. these close calls from recent years.. cars.. nearly missing children.. even though the buses activated those flashing stop signs.. have some safety experts sounding the alarm.. reminding drivers.. to slow down. ((sot)) leon langley: "i think day in the morning are trying to get somewhere and just aren't paying the sort of attention they should." elizabeth tag: as for this incident.. we are told no children were on the bus at the time.. and while the investigation is continuing.. police say so far.. the driver of the suv is facing charges of driving without insurance and registration. eh abc news, ny :00- :05 of rain typhoon haima (hi mah) has
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their homes ...after making landfall late last night. the typhoon is the second storm to batter the country within a week. the storm also caused severe floods and landslides. thankfully, no deaths have been reported. first responders in southern california are bracing for some record breaking heat today... that could bring more quick-spreading brush fires like this one. the flames were threatening it took about 450 firefighters two hours to get the fire out. fortunately they were able to keep it from getting to any homes, and no one was injured. a 13 action news update this afternoon... good news for people living on mount charleston-- the forest service says the 'october fire" is now 100- percent contained. they are warning that trees and brush are expected to keep burning over the next few days, but crews have everything under control. the fire burned through 27 acres. let's go to 13 first alert
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dan we hold to high pressure and sunny skies through saturday with high temperatures rising each day. by saturday, high temperatures will be at their peak for the seven day forecast; right below 90 degrees . by sunday, the disturbance we have been monitoring for the past five days will begin to interact with the valley. partly cloudy skies will be common along with winds between 10 and 15 mph. temperatures begin to fall but only slightly on sunday to the though small, the rain chances have been holding between 15% and 20 having the umbrella outside the closet to grab out the door would not be a bad idea for that monday morning commute. temperatures will drop as this system pushes through with highs possibly into thmonday. a contact 13 consumer alert
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because the sunroofs can come loose the recall covers certain sonata midsize cars from the 20-15 and 20-16 model years, including gas- electric hybrids. dealers will repair the wind deflector anchor plate at no cost to customers. owners will be notified by mail in december about when to take their cars in for service. the problems continue to mount for wells fargo. the california attorney general is now investigating the bank for identity theft.
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2-million unauthorized accounts in order to reach sales goals. according to a search warrant in the case...wells fargo employees may have committed identity theft by unlawfully obtaining customer records to open accounts and credit cards that nobody asked for. wells fargo says it's cooperating with the investigation. form credit cards to college loans -- many of us feel like we're drowning in debt. next -- we'll have some tips you can use -- right now -- to card debt. you're watching 13 action news, where you get breaking news fast and first. stay with us.
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can do right now -- to pay down your debt. mary moloney explains. the average american is 36 hundred dollars in credit card debt -- says the motley fool. but that number doesn't really explain the full debt depiction. here's the good news.
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credit card debt. if they do swipe that card -- the balance is paid off every month. now for the bad news. valuepenguin crunched the numbers -- and found those households that do carry debt -- have an average balance of 16 thousand dollars. that's ten percent higher than what it was three years ago. if you add credit card interest into the mix -- the number skyrockets. to help you pay down debt -- the experts at motley fool have handy tips. stop using credit cards. instead pay in cash or use a debit card. if you do need to go card -- compare offers. look for zero percent introductory a-p-r offers. or zero balance transfer fees. but make sure you know when the a-p-r goes up -- and try to pay your balance down before then. also -- opening up a new card chip away at your debt one dollar at a time. it will add up. and if you can put more money towards your card -- do it. you don't want to be stuck with
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for consumer watch -- i'm mary moloney. right now we are working on all-new stories for 13 action news live at 3-30... including the battle for mosul rages on in iraq. why u-s military officials say the fight is far from over and will continue for quite some time. plus... the latest on the fallout from last night's heated presidential debate. this as donald trump faces new sexual misconduct allegations.
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i had lived in my home 20 years. i had always paid my mortgage on time.
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i had trouble paying my mortgage payment. i applied five different times. i spoke to people in new york, with my lender. i pleaded and pleaded with the bank to let me refinance, but they would not work with me at all. i called catherine cortez masto's office and i said, "i need your help." she took on the big banks, and i was immediately treated with respect and fairly. catherine cortez masto not only saved my home for me, catherine gave me my dignity back. she gave me a life back. i will always be thankful for that. i'm catherine cortez masto,
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the millions caught in the crossfire. plus... the milwaukee police officer who fatally shot a man...sparking days of riots is now behind bars. what he's accused of doing. the final presidential debate of the 2016 election season is in the books. it's your voice, your vote in the race for the white house. and one major moment from last night's showdown between donald trump and hillary clinton continues to make waves today. abc's karen travers has the latest from the campaign trail. donald trump said today he had a big announcement - but it came with a big caveat: i will totally accept the results of this great and historic presidential election.


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