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stumping for hillary clinton -- as well as senate candidate -- catherine cortez masto. air force one -- touching down --at maccarran -- just a short time ago. the president -- is scheduled to attend a rally -- at cheyenne high school. polls -- now sh presidential -- and senate races in nevada -- extremely tight. we'll have continuing coverage -- of his visit to the valley -- throughout our newscasts -- right here -- on 13-action news. good evening and welcome to this special edition of 13 action news. i'm christopher king. and -- a major endorsement for donald trump -- here in the valley. the las vegas review-journal editorial board -- now backing trump -- in his bid for the wgite house. the newspaper is owned -- by
newspaper endorsement for trump. many papers -- that never have endorsed a democrat -- are throwing their support to hillary clinton. politics -- a big topic -- at this year's las vegas pride festival. 13-action news reporter - marti glaser -- is live at sunset park -- with more -- about what this election means -- for the lgbtq -- community this year marks the 33rd year for las vegas pride . a chance for everyone to come together and enjoy the equality and have fought so hard to achieve.. event organizers say it's also a good reminder of why this election year the lgbt community needs to get out and vote. sot james healey president las vegas pride las this is a huge huge importantly election cycle for the country especially the lgbt community from the national stage to the local candidates here in clark county
it comes to equality and the fight for equality rights that james healey and others like richard brow say could be stripped away ihe the wrong candidates get elected. sot richard brown 154018 we wouldn't be able to have festivals like this wouldn't be able to have marriage in our own home it that i wouldn't be able to marry my boyfriend or the person that i chose to.. . and it's why the lgbt community here says its more important now than ever to get out and vote . sot. we got to get out let our otherwise our livelihoods are at stake. and chris event organizers say ..that's why this year in particular is so important for the lgbt community .. if the vote goes the wrong way event like this.. that bring everyone together .. might not exist marti glaser 13 action news staffers to utah - v as donald trump -- slips in the
looking to make in-roads -- in traditionally republican states. she's ramping her ground game in utah. the campaign -- adding more staffers -- to their operation in the state. 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. a big boost for hillary clinton -- in the race for the white house. a new poll-- shows the democratic nominee -- getting a days of the campaign. and -- donald trump --faces some challenging new numbers. abc's -- mary bruce -- is in washington -- with the latest. nats - hillary clinton took her message to church sunday? 5532 @ 12:43:12 sot - hillary clinton / (d) presidential nominee "i won't tell you who to vote for? actually vote for yourselves. vote for every issue you care about." the democratic nominee looking confident with just 16 days left? and a new abc news tracking poll taken after the
digits - up 12 points over rival donald trump. 5532 @ 12.39.55 sot - hillary clinton / (d) presidential nominee "we got to actually start interacting with people we don't agree with. i do that all the time. because we can't fix our problems if we don't." wash 5 nats - (nc rally) clinton sunday targeting the battleground state of north carolina? where she will make her first joint campaign appearance with first lady michelle obama later this week. meanwhile, tr florida? but still fighting those accusations of sexual misconduct. sot - donald trump / (r) presidential nominee "all of these liars will be sued after the election is over." even as trump pledges to take all his accusers to court? a new woman has come forward? adult film star jessica drake says trump kissed her and two other women without their consent ten years ago. abc news is unable to confirm drake's allegations? the campaign insists this latest claim, like all the others, is untrue? and it's trump's right to sue the women.
campaign manager "he's just trying to defend himself against false accusers, as he said. he said those incidents never happened, yet they're covered in the media every single day. he can't get fair coverage." and 59 percent don't believe his claim that the vote is rigged. mary bruce, abc news, washington. at least 13 people are dead -- after this tour bus -- plows into a semi-truck -- near palm springs, california. rise. 31 others -- were rushed to the hospital. the bus-- was returning from a trip to a casino -- when it rear-ended the semi-truck --at high speed. sot chief jim abele, ca highway patrol i will tell you that the speed of the bus was so significant that when it hit the back of the big-rig trailer- the trailer itself entered about 15 feet into the bus.// in almost 35 years i've never been to a crash where there were 13 confirmed fatal accidents, so it's tough, it's tough on all of us investigators say -- the bus
the driver -- who was also the bus owner -- was killed in the crash. an american airlines flight -- headed to boston from philadelphia -- was delayed after a security breach. a door was left unlocked. two passengers -- were able to walk on to the plane -- with their luggage several hours -- before it was scheduled to leave. and -- they didn't even have to show a boarding pass to ariline personnel. officials forced everyone -- and had them board a different flight. a pacific system will continue to push through the area through tomorrow. as it does, we'll continue to see lots of cloud cover, the chance for scattered showers and cooler temps. most of the rain will stick to the mountains, but the valley will continue to have chances for sprinkles and light rain tonight through tomorrow. expect upper end breezy winds with gusts to about 30 mph tomorrow afternoon. the system moves out by tuesday morning and we will see more sunshine and lighter winds that day.
low 80s on tuesday. high pressure will build in and warm high temps to the mid 80s on wednesday and thursday. expect partly cloudy skies both days. a series of systems will start to bring chances to the area on friday, in the form of cloud cover, slight chances for rain and cooler temps. expect mostly cloudy skies on friday with afternoon and evening chances for scattered hitting the road. the ramp -- from the 215 east -- to the airport connector -- is closed until monday morning. and overnight -- the same thing
drivers heading to mccarran -- from eastbound 215 -- will need to follow a detour -- to windmill -- and then to westbound 215 -- to get to the airport. a parent -- caught on camera -- doing the unthinkable-- punching a kid in the stomach -- during school. angry parents demanding -- answers and asking -- why would you do that to a kid? plus -- a father has a lot of explaining to do -- after his baby daughter -- ends up in the hospital. you'll nevr amount of drugs -- found in her system. and remember -- chopper 13 bringing you breaking news -- fast and first. cameras are rolling -- inside a
parent hits a kid. and the boy isn't even his own child. watch this. the man -- walks slowly toward slug him in the stomach. the boy -- crumbling to the floor. then -- man walks out of the building. john mclean/victim "i was in the hallway, the day was on wednesday and then somebody punched me in my stomach." butt with lena mclean/son punched at school "you watched my son on that ground and you didn't do nothing and all you could say child. i wouldn't do that to you. i wouldn't do that to none of your kids?.."i'll feel much better when he is locked up."
this one. a maryland toddler -- found with drugs in her system. and now her father -- jayson hall-- is in big trouble. blood tests show -- the 20-month-old girl -- somehow -- swallowed -- xanax -- and p-c-p and told her -- the toddler -- was out cold. she rushed home. neighbors -- performing c-p-r -- until medical help arrived. (mos/name withheld by request) "we had to do cpr. the neighb came rushing to her aid." investigators say -- the mom noticed a bottle of pills on the coffee table. she asked the girl's father to move them. jayson hall -- the father -- says he has a prescription for xanax -- and was asleep. jayson hall/father "i didn't put the top all the way on the bottle so when she woke up she thought it was candy." as far as the p-c-p is concerned -- hall claims his cousin -- brought it to the house. hall was arrested. he faces numerous charges --
reckless endangerment. right now -- a desperate search -- underway in oregon. rescue crews -- using k-9 teams -- and drones -- as they look for a young hiker -- who's been missing for nearly a week. abc's -- adrienne bankert -- has the latest. with crucial hours and minutes ticking away? nats drones, dogs and teams of searchers are scouring the treacherous terrain of this popular portland park? looking for any sign of 21-year-old hiker, annie schmidt. sot- jon schmidt - if she got injured and is by a water source, she could still be a full week has now passed since annie - the daughter of musician john schmidt the leader of viral you tube group the piano guys ...(nats) -- disappeared near the columbia river gorge? her car was discovered near the trail head days later? her phone and belongings, still inside. sot - jon schmidt - we think she got out of her car, and was gonna go for a short hike // she was just by herself. but according to her roommate? annie left her shoes, her backpack, and regular hiking
horrible, i wish i knew more. complicating the search: a storm ... days of rain threatening to leaving some fearing that annie fell deep into the gorge. sot - jon schmidt - she could literally have fallen off one of the 20, 30 footers that are all over the trails. her parents, refusing to give up? nats - please hear our prayer schmidt asking his millions of fans on facebook to help find his daughter? and join the search? sot - michelle one person is dead -- after an explosion in japan. three others -- injured -- when authorities say -- a former member -- of japan's self defense forces -- apparently blew himself up -- in a park north of tokyo. the incident took place -- about the same time -- the prime minister was making a speech --about japan's controversial new defense laws.
the u-s military -- helping local fighters -- reclaim the city of mosul. the campaign will take months. and -- there's growing -- for the innocent civilians -- caught in the crossfire. abc's -- alex marquardt -- is on the ground in iraq -- with the latest. nats - (aptn) "?explosion / tank firing?" the offensive on mosul in high gear? nats - (aptn) "?gunfire?" thirty-thousand kurdish and iraqi troops are battling toward second biggest city - backed by u-s troops. those american forces advising and al frontline. sot - sec. ash carter / dept. of defense "make no mistake - whether they're flying airplanes overhead - or whether they're advising units on the ground - even behind the frontlines - they are at risk." this weekend, u-s secretary of defense ash carter arrived here in iraq. isil. // they need to be destroyed." carter says this operation has been a year in the making - and encouraged by the progress in the last week - everything, he
resistance? isis fighters have been using waves of suicide bombers, i- e-ds, booby trapped homes? even armed drones. nats - (aptn - kirkuk) the fighting isn't limited to mosul... isis fighters distracting from the advance on mosul by staging a largescale attack in the city of kirkuk this weekend - killing dozens. as forces re-capture isis-held areas? many are celebrating. sot - "you cannot sleep without fear? because you cannot guess when they will growing worry about a potential unfolding humanitri and though the battle has started, secretary carter says the fiercest fighting has yet to come. sot - sec. ash carter / dept. of defense "isil will surely be destroyed. that's going to be difficult but i'm confident we'll do that; we'll do that worldwide." alex marquardt, abc news, hundred protesters -- are
83 people -- at a protest -- of the dakota-access pipeline. the sheriff's office says -- hundreds of protesters -- were trespassing -- on private property along the pipeline. they say -- demostrations escalated -- and quickly got out of hand. and take a look at this. kids -- out sledding -- enjoying the day -- after the first major snowfall -- in alaska. anchorage -- got about 6-inches of snow. some mountain passes -- saw as much as a foot -- of fresh powder. all that snow -- however making driving conditions dangerous. officers -- responding to nearly 60 accidents -- over the weekend. wx chat a pacific system will continue to push through the area through tomorrow. as it does, we'll continue to see lots of cloud cover, the chance for scattered showers and cooler temps. most of the rain will stick to the mountains, but the valley will continue to have chances
expect upper end breezy winds with gusts to about 30 mph tomorrow afternoon. the system moves out by tuesday morning and we will see more sunshine and lighter winds that day. high temps will remain in the low 80s on tuesday. high pressure will build in and warm high temps to the mid 80s on wednesday and thursday. expect partly cloudy skies both days. a series of systems will start to bring chances to the area on friday, in the form of cloud cover, slight chances for rain and cooler temps. friday with afternoon and evening chances for scattered showers and highs back down to the low 80s. the chances will continue through saturday morning and high temps will warm by a couple of degrees by that afternoon as the system makes an exit. another system follows closely behind and will start to move in sunday, which will kick the winds up to the breezy category. high temps will remain in the low to mid 80s to finish off the weekend. yet another system will roll
we're in the final days of our for scattered showers and cooler temps. most of the rain will stick to the mountains, but the valley will continue to have chances for sprinkles and light rain tonight through tomorrow. expect upper end breezy winds with gusts to about 30 mph tomorrow afternoon. the system moves out by tuesday morning and we will see more sunshine and lighter winds that day. high temps will remain in the low 80s on tuesday. warm high temps to the mid 80s on wednesday and thursday. expect partly cloudy skies both days. a series of systems will start to bring chances to the area on friday, in the form of cloud cover, slight chances for rain and cooler temps. expect mostly cloudy skies on friday with afternoon and evening chances for scattered showers and highs back down to the low 80s. the chances will continue through saturday morning and high temps will warm by a
an exit. another system follows closely behind and will start to move in sunday, which will kick the winds up to the breezy category. high temps will remain in the low to mid 80s to finish off the weekend. yet another system will roll in to start of the workweek. we're in the final days of our coats for kids campaign for for scattered showers and cooler temps. most of the rain will stick to will continue to have chances for sprinkles and light rain tonight through tomorrow. expect upper end breezy winds with gusts to about 30 mph tomorrow afternoon. the system moves out by tuesday morning and we will see more sunshine and lighter winds that day. high temps will remain in the low 80s on tuesday. high pressure will build in and
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dollars -- to the organization -- before her show friday. spears-- gives one dollar -- from each ticket sold -- for her planet- hollywood show . the singer -- is now halfway to her goal -- of raising one-million dollars -- so the foundation -- can build its new -- permanent facility. and -- pearl the pink fire engine -- making a stop -- at mountain-top -- faith ministries this morning. the church -- was bathed in pink and purple -- to recognize october -- as breast--cancer -- and domestic- violence awareness month. a life-long nevadan -- at the young age of 100 -- exercising her civi duty. gertrude gotts-chalk -- filled out her ballot -- in early voting -- in carson city yesterday. she was born before the 19th amendment -- giving women the right to vote -- was ratified in 1920. (gertrude gottschalk/voter) "i've always voted. my folks made it very important, we always do that 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."
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