tv Good Morning Las Vegas 6AM ABC October 23, 2016 6:00am-7:00am PDT
plus early voting is underway in nevada and the president will be in town today! where you can see him. also in politics -- more women are coming forward accusing donald trump of inappropriate advances. how he's responding. good morning las vegas! i'm ... and i'm 13 first alert meteorologist dan bronis ((ad-lib)) an incoming storm system will bring more cloud cover, chances area. today we'll get a push of
monday. expect highs in the mid 80s little warm-up. high temps will warm to the mid 80s on wednesday and thursday last night this was the scene north bound on the i-15 at sunset. highway patrol says a gray toyota camry heading north bound was hit by another car... crashing into the center wall. one man... in his twenties... died as a result of the crash. another was taken to the hospital with unknown injuries . if you have any information
this behind me is charles smith. he's accused of shooting and killing a man on the las vegas strip, we broke this story 24 hours ago here on good morning las vegas. police say smith shot a man near the employee-parking garage at caesars palace. a witness saw smth running into the garage. that's where police grabbed him. smith faces one count of murder. we also have our first g of the man ...police say shot the guy his ex- girlfriend is now seeing. you're looking at the shooter steven lewis. it all unfolded... late friday night....near convention center drive between paradise and las vegas boulevard. the victim who was shot is expected to be ok. now to your voice your vote and the race for the white house. early voting is now underway here in nevada.. the first day of early voting in clark county was a record-breaker according to
ballots yesterday. organizers expect that number to almost double over the next two weeks. 13-action news spoke to some of the people waiting in line making their voices heard. 03:33:313 the candidates are so controversial i think that you have to get out here and vote early and make an example . 3:33:34 1:12:11it's our duty as citizens ... americans.11414 early voting goes until novemeber 4th. with early voting underway some big names are in the valley stumping for hillary clinton. president obama will be in north las vegas today. he'll speak at a rally at cheyenne high school -- at 3-45. singer katy perry -spoke to a large crowd at u-n-l-v yesterday -- encouraging young people to get out an vote. for more info on both these events head to ktnv com slash democracy 2016. with the election barely more
lead in the polls but donald trump is charging hard -- drawing large crowds and promising victory on november eighth. while speaking about his policy plans trump drew more attention for his remarks about women....accusing him of improper advances. there are now 11 of them. as elizabeth hur reports -- both candidates are focusing on critical states. (nats up dems in pittsburgh) kaine .... (nats up repubs tonight in nats up trump in va beach: "you have 17 days, that's all." with time running out to overtake hillary clinton in the polls, donald trump unveiled his "first 100 days" agenda. sot trump in gettysburg: "cancel every unconstitutional executive action, memorandum, and order issued by president obama. [cheers and applause ] and he pushed back hard against sexual
against him by eleven women -- sot trump "the events never happened. never. all of these liars will be sued after the election is over." sot clinton: " ... if he's president he will spend his time suing women who have made charges against him based on his behavior." hillary clinton in pittsburgh, hoping to lock up pennsylvania's twenty electoral votes. sot hrc: "if you do know people who are thinking about voting opponent -- well, you may. you know, i hope you will stage an into intervention." (nats up miley cyrus: "how's it going, everybody?") clinton rallied some star power to her side as miley cyrus knocked on dorm doors -- (nats up miley cyrus knocks on door, nats students ) -- at george mason university in virginia in search of votes. and in las vegas -- (nats up katy perry: "we are gonna go to the polls right now!") -- it
elizabeth hur, abc news, new york. as elizabeth just mentioned -- an adult movie star is the 11-th woman accusing donald trump of sexual misconduct. jessica drake says trump invited her to his room during a golf tournament in lake tahoe 10-years ago. she says trump tightly hugged and kissed her and two other women without their permission. drake says she was offered 10- thousand dollars if she came and...a heads up before hitting the road. the ramp from the 215 east to the airport connector is closed until monday morning... and overnight ..the same thing will happen... for the next two weeks during the closures, drivers heading to mccarran from eastbound 215 will need to follow a detour to windmill and then to westbound 215 ...in order to get to the airport it's sunday and that means good morning las vegas is taking you
and crawly! where health inspectors found roaches, roaches and more roaches. plus -- severe storms slamming the northeast. heavy rain and flash flooding threatening thousands and leaving one dead. ((ad-lib)) and -- crooks have a new way of targeting your "gift" cards! how you can keep that from happening teachers in north carolina are
you spend a lot of time opening doors for these little guys. but congressman heck opens them for these guys -- special interests and the billionaire koch brothers. they spent millions supporting heck, and heck supports their agenda -- special tax breaks even for corporations
shipping jobs overseas. worse, heck pays for them by cutting education and raising taxes on us. congressman heck is what's wrong with washington.
would've sliced his home in half, if another tree had not blocked it. another girl said she knew someone who lost almost everything in the storm. (nikiara mckinnon, flood victim): "and all her stuff was flooding out of her door and she had just ignored it and she went back to sleep and when she woke back up, the water was rising to her bed so she couldn't save any more of her stuff ." matthew killed dozens of people in five states earlier this month, including north people in the northeast -- are cleaning up -- after a powerful -- and destructive rain storm. take a look at this video. roads turned to rivers in massac stranded in high water. in pennsylvania more than six inches of rain forced evacuations -- and washed away at least three homes. you see a three-story home turned to rubble. it's a shame. pennsylvania's governor has
help in the recovery efforts. an incoming storm system will bring more cloud cover, chances for rain and cooler air of a breeze ahead of the system. chances for rain will start late sunday and continue on monday. expect highs in the mid 80s today and around 80 on monday. the system moves east on tuesday and we will see more sunshine that day, along with a little warm-up. 80s on wednesday and thursday with mainly sunny to partly cloudy skies. another system moves in friday, which will again make us mostly cloudy, bring a slight chance the start to next weekend will be mainly sunny with highs in the low 80s. ((ad-lib at desk)) a life-long nevadan at the
age of 100 has cast her vote early gertrude gotts-chalk filled out her ballot in carson city yesterday. the woman was born before the 19th amendment was ratified in 1920. (gertrude gottschalk/voter) "i've always voted. my folks made it very important, we alwa and so i always have. it felt wonderful, as i just said it's the first time we've had a woman president and i think it's a good idea." as you may have guessed she did vote for hillary clinton. southern nevada's newest medical marijuana dispensary is open for business. the source held a green ribbon cutting and open house
it's near eastern and serene. the owners say their goal is to provide a clean comfortable -and respectful environment for patients -- looking to buy medical marijuana. andrew jolley/ceo, the source medical marijuana dispensary. 15:02:15 "there's a lot of misperceptions and interest in the community. so we're doing our best to reach out to the community. we have our medical director here, dr. trout, speaking with the community in general." this is the source's second location here in the valley. the other dispensary -- is near h happening today-- the annual balloon festival at southern hills hospital continues! the fair has rides for the kids carnival games and a health fair. money raised will fund scholarships for local students who want to study health-care in college. this event runs from 6 am to 11 pm. with the holidays approaching many of us will be buying gift cards -- for our loved ones. but before you do ...you need
fisher -- shows you -- what to look out for -- so you -- don't waste your money. thieves have just developed a new way of stealing the value of your gift card. but they don't do this at the rack in the store. they're doing this to anyone trying to sell their card. it happened to zac wagner. he wanted cash for his card. so he posted his $400 gift card on craigslist. in no time, he had an offer to buy it. "45 minutes after i listed it, i got a call.... he asked me how much i wanted says he started to arrange a hand off. "he wanted to meet me at the best buy down the road on my lunch break the next day." but then the buyer asked for one last thing. "then he asked if i could call and verify it, because he didn't want to drive half an hour and end up with a bad gift card. i figured that's reasonable, i would ask the same thing." using a 3-way call, the buyer asked zac to call best buy and punch in the card number, so they could hear the available balance on the card. zac can't believe what
the numbers from the gift card, and used it to spend almost all of it!" somehow the buyer was able to get the gift card number, based on the keys zac pushed on his phone. an hour later they drained the card, buying a $350 playstation at a california best buy store. the lesson here, craigslist may not be your safest place to put your card up for sale. the most popular sites for selling gift cards are: --cardpool --cardcash --gift zac says next time: "don't call and confirm it, they can steal the number based on touch tones, which was news to me." this appears to be a new scam. there's news reports of lowe's gift cards also being drained the exact same way. best buy is reminding customers to treat gift cards as cash, and make sure no one sees or hears the card number. for 13 action news, i'm beth fisher helping you, so you dont waste your money.
crawlies hiding in the dark corners of your home.. but it's even worse when it's in a diner's kitchen. d: you don't want to explain anything. no. d: nothing about the roaches, nothing about the food on the floor, nothing about the dirty conditions in the kitchen? no. we're going "dirty dining". and mum's the word for one restaurant..... where flies and cockroaches were caught.... hanging out!! you're watching good morning las vegas.. we'll be
right back on this morning. dirty dining has "pig" on the outside and roaches inside.
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demerits they have right now - 40 and a c grade. :14 nats greeting as we walk in, then i say, "hi there. oh, don't duck and run!" both times, inspectors found many of the same violations, like soup and bagged onions on the kitchen floor. there was also open food on floors in the walk-in fridge and freezer. other repeat violations include mold in the ice machine and dirty kitchen wares stored as clean. like this pot and most of the straine dirty with dried food debris. :33 darcy to camera: apparently they know who we are and they know why we're here because she grabbed her cell phone and ran to the kitchen as soon as she saw me. inspectors also found raw chicken defrosting in standing water. they weren't using running water because of cracks in the sink that allow wastewater to drip all over the floor. which you can clearly see in this picture. also caught on camera, sticky fly paper--with plenty of flies on it--hanging right above the
in a dust pan. pest control records note live german roach activity during a previous service--including inside the oven. 1:31 person in charge: uh, i don't have anything to say. darcy: you don't? you guys had cockroaches all over the restaurant. pic: not all over the restaurant. d: just in the kitchen. pic: not kitchen. just in the storage area. the very reluctant person in charge wouldn't give me his name, or answer questions about potstickers, rice, bean sprouts, fish cakes and raw to unsafe temperatures. or an employee's moldy rice stored over customer food in the reach-in. 1:59 darcy: if you don't want to participate in the story, you can certainly choose to do so, but the story's going to go on the air no matter what. this employee wearing the pink gloves didn't wash up after handling raw chicken. ceiling tiles were dirty and stained. and fridge racks were rusted. 2:40 d: we just want to make sure that we let your customers and the dining public know
pic: yeah, i don't want to explain anything. d: you don't want to explain anything. no. d: nothing about the roaches, nothing about the food on the floor, nothing about the dirty conditions in the kitchen? no. d: nothing? where's your c grade that used to be up there? yeah, it's cleaning now. d: you're cleaning the c grade? no, not album, the frame. d: the frame is being cleaned? you know it has to be displayed, right? yeah, we're gonna display it, yeah. inspectors noted continued non- compliance at honey pig, including lack of control over foodborne illness risk factors. darcy stnd closures, let's play restaurant feud. the topic--"reasons a restaurant could be shut down for an imminent health hazard." top answers are on the board. show me "roaches!" /nat ding/ three imminent health hazard closures--all at the boulevard mall--had pest infestations creating gross, unsanitary conditions. the rotisserie chicken place is the rotisserie chicken place is more like roach-isserie considering how many bugs inspectors found.
cinnabon was also roach-infested. and so was supreme burrito. this max catch glue trap had apparently caught its max amount of bugs, because there were plenty of them elsewhere in the kitchen. the floors next to the make table and around the grill were a roach buffet--excessively dirty with large amounts of food debris. there's so much food in this crevice between equipment that you can't even see the floor. darcy tag: cinnabon and rotisserie chicken in the boulevard mall re-opened with a darcy spears, 13 action news. a woman is outraged this morning. she says animal control accidentally euthanized her dog! you won't believe what happened when she went to pick her beloved pooch! but first -- parents listen up! children left alone may be more likely to work their way -- into some sort of trouble. how to find the resources to get your children in afterschool programs they'ill
special interests and the billionaire koch brothers. they spent millions supporting heck, and heck supports their agenda -- special tax breaks even for
corporations shipping jobs overseas. worse, heck pays for them by cutting education and raising taxes on us. congressman heck is what's wrong with washington. dscc is responsible
ground with the latest, plus -- children left alone may be more likely to work their way into trouble. we're helping you find the resources to get your children in afterschool programs they'll enjoy. and taking a live look outside right now where we could see the potential of some rain moving in! ... and i'm 13 first alert meteorologist dan bronis ((ad-lib)) an incoming storm system will bring more cloud cover, chances for rain and cooler air to the area. today we'll get a push of clouds throughout the day, slightly cooler temps and a bit of a breeze ahead of the system. chances for rain will start late sunday and continue on
the system moves east on tuesday and we will see more sunshine that day, along with a little warm-up. high temps will warm to the mid 80s on wednesday and thursday with mainly sunny to partly cloudy skies. another system moves in friday, which will again make us mostly cloudy, bring a slight chance for rain and pick up the breezes. high temps will drop to around 80 that day. the start to next weekend will be mainly sunny with highs in the low 80s. just in this morning -- hillary clinton has vaulted to inaugural abc news tracking poll. clinton leads trump by 12 percentage points among likely voters, 50 to 38 percent, in the national survey, gary johnson has 5 percent support, jill stein 2 percent. we now go to iraq and the criical battle against isis. iraqi forces are closing in on mosul, facing fierce oppositon from isis. a senior u.s.
months. abc's martha raddatz is near mosul with the latest. ((((martha ad-libs the latest from mosul, iraq))))) iraqi and kurdish forces launched a new offensive sunday on a town near mosul as part of a massive operation aimed at retaking the country's second largest city from the islamic state group. the kurdish forces, known as peshmerga, said they launched a dawn offensive on two fronts to the northeast of mosul, near special forces, said they had also launched an assault on bashiqa, surrounding it and seizing parts of the town. he said the two villages near bashiqa and a small shiite shrine in the area. over the last week, iraqi and kurdish forces have been battling is in a belt of mostly uninhabited towns and villages around mosul, contending with roadside bombs, snipers and suicide truck bombs. the health care marketplaces are struggling. large insurers pulling out and premiums going up.
the white house says -- enrollment is expected to increase -- by more than a-million people -- or 9- percent next year. president obama says -- the affordable care act is working -- but it needs fixes. : "for all the good that the affordable care act is doing right now. for as big a step forward as it was it's still just a first step." what happens next with obamacare depends on who becomes president. hillary clinton wants to keep it but make changes to reduce costs. it altogether. there's a push in nevada to get kids into afterschool programs. organizers of lights on afterschool put on a fair yesterday. this is a state-wide program -- dedicated to helping children. they say kids in the valley who spend afternoons alone waiting for mom and dad to come home -- are more likely -- to get into trouble.
kids that aren't in after school programs are more likely to end up in trouble. they're more likely to commit crimes or less likely to graduate from high school and have other things going on. we have a link to nevada afterschool on our website ktnv.com it'll guide you to resources for parents -- and businesses -- looking to get involved. this morning fire crews are investigating a massive fire in downtown saint joseph, missouri. the flames broke out in a building friday night. they spread to at least three other structures nearby. could see it more than forty miles away. nobody was hurt. euthanized after glitch - v this morning a woman is angry after says animal control accidentally euthanized her dog! this is happening in detroit. four year old coco was only supposed to be held for the few remaining days of a rabies quarantine. one of the investigators even told melissa she could come pick coco up. but when she got to animal
(melissa jackson, dog owner) "and i just bust out crying all and they're just rubbing my back and saying we're sorry and no, when was y'all going to call me and tell me. when i get there yesterday she has already been dead six days without anybody telling me anything." the health department said it was an awful mistake and they're reviewing their procedures. dozens of black lives matter proters take to the streets in edina, minnesota. they called the rally i am a man march. demosntrators d system. they're protesting how police treat african-american men. the video of police hand-cuffing larnie thomas -- went viral earlier this month. edina police stopped him -- for walking in the street -- next to a sidewalk -- closed for construction. they slapped thomas with a citation -- that was later dismissed. more than two hundred people gathered in the center of
against bull- fighting -- and animal abuse. it's one of several demonstrations held at the same time in madrid -- and in germany. the activists also demanded their governments act against pet abandonment. pipeline - v over in north dakota -- nearly one hundred protesters are behind bars this morning. offcials say they've arrested 83 people yesterday at a protest of the dakota access pipeline. the sheriff's office says hundreds of protesters were trespassing on private property along the pipeline right of demostrations escalated and quickly got out of hand. a new report suggests the pentagon should scrap its 40 billion dollar aircraft carrier the center for a new american security says the world's most powerful fighting force needs a )serious makeover. the center recommends putting an end to the 40-billion dollar ford- class aircraft carrier program. those funds should be reallocated for the b-21 bomber, the purchase of
lasers. this video from a wisconsin highway shows a driver dangerously...brake checking another car. brake check.can trigger deadly accidents truck drivers warn wet or snow- covered roads can make the situation -- even worse. they say brake-checks and other dangerous maneuvers -- are happening more often. (john mueller, driving instructor) "i realize they may be slower or they may be happens a lot due to distractions. people are in a hurry. it's a daily occurrence." butt with (sgt. luke newman, wisconsin state patrol) "people realize they get frustrated. there's a little bit of road rage going on. they think i'm going to show this guy and hit their brakes in front of them. that is a very bad idea.". wisconsin state patrol says they'll ticket drivers if they're caught brake checking. in political coverage now -- hillary clinton's campaign is ramping up its efforts in utah.
the state/. a source with knowledge of the move tells cnn five new staffers will start work in the traditionally red state early next week. utah has not voted for a democrat in the presidential election since 1964. immigrants - v a controversial billboard in austin, texas has many people upset this morning. it reads undocumented immigrant? before you get deported get a sugar daddy. it also shows a young woman with the colors of h flag behind her a sergeant with the austin police human trafficking-vice unit says he's shocked. the billboard sends potential clients to the site arrangement finders dot com..... (undercover officer, austin police) "these young ladies maybe they haven't been in america that long and they don't i know how it goes and seeing that on the billboards, going, hey that's something i ought to look at trying to do and the next thing you know, they're in a world they cant get out of." the company behind the billboard says it wil be taken
getting rid of something he's had for decades...what it is -- ahead. and history made!! chicago cubs heading to the world series for the first time in seven decades!!! some out of this world celebrations... also -- this morning actor leonardo dicaprio is taking on a global issue affecting all of us! how he's doing it and how you can be a part of it! ((ad-lib))
angeles dodgers, 5 to 0, at wrigley field in game 6 of the national league championship series. here you can see thousands of fans celebrating at the wrigley field. and astronaut scott kelly tweeted this picture from the internation space station celebrating the team's win. hillary clinton's campaign tweeted this moment the candidate found out the team won. next up is game 1 of the world series against indians in cleveland, ohio. ((ad-lib at desk)) richard simmons is closing his famous exercise center,
the fitness guru made the announcement on facebook. the studio opened in 1974 and catapulted simmons into the national spotlight as news of his fitness techniques spread. that eventually led to him getting a role to play himself on "general hospital" in 1980. bring more cloud cover, chances for rain and cooler air to the area. today we'll get a push of clouds throughout the day, slightly cooler temps and a bit of a breeze ahead of the system. chances for breeze ahead of the
late sunday and continue on monday. expect highs in the mid 80s today and around 80 on monday. the system moves east on tuesday and we will see more sunshine that day, along with a little warm-up. high temps will warm to the mid 80s on wednesday and thursday with mainly sunny to partly cloudy skies. another system moves in friday, which will again make us mostly cloudy, bring a slight chance for rain and pick up the breezes. high temps will drop to around 80 that day. the start to next weekend will be mainly sunny with highs in the low 80s. actor lenoardo dicaprio is taking on climate change in a new national geographic documentary. it's called "before the flood".
it's called "before the flood". take at listen. we've known decades.. for over half a century. try talking to anyone about climate change.. people just tune out. climate change. climate change. climate change. and the problem is getting worse and worse and worse. dicaprio travels the world talking to scientists environmentalists and leaders -- like president obama and the pope. the movie is in some theatres now and on the national geographic network. the crew -- deliberately timed
spotlight -- before the presidential election. there is a one-of-a-kind online service that makes it easier for local families to to access nutritious food! when good morningreturns our gus live to tell you all about an online food pantry and how it works! now let's head to new york for a look at what's coming up on good morning america, vo cubs break 70-year long losing streak coming up on gma, chicago's triumphant night! the chicago cubs clinching their shot at the o 71 years? excitement in the streets as fans are now looking to reverse that curse of the billy goat once and for all? vo trump threatens to sue accusers as he lays out his first 100 days in office plus, donald trump speaking in historic gettysburg? echoing president lincoln, calling for unity? but also unleashing a barrage of threats toward the women accusing him of sexual misconduct? as another woman comes forward with a new allegation. our powerhouse political team is here to break it all down this morning. vo mom takes on kids clothing company after son is rejected
you spend a lot of time opening doors for these little guys. special interests and the billionaire koch brothers. they spent millions supporting heck, and heck supports their
agenda -- special tax breaks even for corporations shipping jobs overseas. worse, heck pays for them by cutting education and raising taxes on us. congressman heck is what's wrong with washington. dscc is responsible
services...is re inventing the way they distribute their food....in a huge way! joining me now is armena and derrick. armena mnatsakanyan, executive director for lutheran social services of nevada, and derrick felder, facilities and nutrition manager for lutheran social servicesf tell us your name and title: armena & derrick 2.
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good morning, america. breaking overnight, chicago celebration. the cubs clinch their spot in the world series, dealing a defeat to the dodgers to win their first pennant in over 70 years. >> i'm sleeping with this thing tonight. >> fans like bill murray in tears. the team now ready to reverse the curse, on a mission to win their first world championship since 1908. battleground focus. donald trump pledging to heal divisions while also promising to take legal action against his female accusers. >> all of these liars will be sued after the election is over. >> even as new claims are made by another woman while hillary clinton makes her final push. >> it's important to give you something to vote for, not just against.