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thunderstorms hitting the valley as we speak. check out the heavy rain falling in inspirada. andtaking a live look outside where we're seeing rain all across the valley. let's get to thirteen first alert chief meteorologist bryan scofield who has your most accurate forecast. shower activity will become more scattered and gradually diminish through the rest of today, as the system pushes east of the area. high pressure will then build wednesday and thursday with partly cloudy skies each afternoon. with slight chances for rain and breezy winds by the systems, but still have a shot at showers with the residual drop and the wind will increase ahead of the next system, which sunday. this system will bring a bigger cool-down with high temps dropping to the mid 70s on monday and the winds will stay
bring a bigger cool-down with high temps dropping to the mid 70s on monday and the winds a 13 action news update now -- all lanes of eye-15 at the spaghetti bowl are back open after a jack-knifed semi halted traffic for hours earlier today, chopper 13 fast and first to the scene... this made for a nightmare on the morning commute. the backup stretched for miles on both north and southbound lanes. but again -- all lanes of the 15 are back open. at the same time....
an 80 year old died--- when his pickup hit a truck parked on the shoulder of the southbounds lanes at i-15 and the 95. police believe the driver suffered some type of medical episode. another update -- n-h-p now saying an unsafe lane change led to a deadly hit and run on the 15 at sunset sunday, highway patrol says a gray toyota camry heading north bound was hit by another car... crashing into the center wall. this is the aftermath of the one man... in his twenties... died and another was taken to the hospital with unknown injuries . just breaking now -- metro arrested this guy - 43 year old christopher rogers. he's being accused of setting up hidden cameras in a home he rented out and taking pictures! he's facing five counts of capturing an image of the private area of another. now police are looking for
pecos. if you lived there -- call police. new at 3 -- a one hundred thousand dollar bail is now set for a woman accused of leaving her gun out...which resulted in a toddler being shot. shaletres townsend appeared in court earlier today. her attorney tried to argue to have her released on her own recognizance and, then, to have the bail reduced but the judge turned that down. v also new at 3 -- jared her attorney says subway knew as early as 2004 that fogle had approached a young girl for a sex act at a promotional event for a las vegas subway franchise . she got emotional during a press conference earlier today apologizing to fogle's victims and said she was filing the suit to get answers about what subway knew and when its executives knew it.
would recognize this woman they say stole their u-p-s package! this happened earlier this month...around 4 pm.... the house is near pecos and owens... if you recognize the person call police. its only day three of early voting here across the valley-- but already-- some people are reaching out to us-- concerned about vote flipping. 13 action news reporter marissa kynaston visited some polling places to get some answers. the lines for early voting record breaking weekend. but now-- people are reaching out to 13 action news-- concerned about what they call-- technical difficulties. some tell us-- when they went to cast their vote for one candidate-- the electronic system automatically clicked a different one. but election officials argue this sounds like user error. they say there are systems in place to make sure the voter is casting the vote they want. take sot eric may-capley, voter 11:15:05:15 it actually physically printed out all of your votes and you could review
11:15:18:16 i've heard lots about voter fraud and electronic machines so that was a nice feature 11:15:23:13 marissa tag volunteers say they expect to see these lines while early voting is going on. they also say they have these booklets at most polling places-- explaining both sides to every ballot question. mk-- 13an. now to your voice ...your vote in the race for the white house... new numbers are in and hillary clinton is gettin enthusiasm over donald trump - with just 15 days left. and a-b-c poll also shows clinton with a twenty point advantage with women and even up three points with men. and today both candidates are out fighting.... donald trump - saying the polls have it wrong...as he outlined his vision for his first one hundred days in office.... sot - donald trump / (r) presidential nominee "numbers are looking phenomenal in florida. don't believe media." [butted with] sot - donald trump / (r) presidential nominee "it's a
trump and the american voter?" the numbers are also saying.. more than half of clinton supporters are voting for her because they actually like her versus the 54% who are voting for trump.....only because they don't like clinton. right now we are waiting for n-t-s- b to give an update on that deadly tour bus crash in california that killed at least 13 people. highway patrol says the bus was returning to l-a from a casino early sunday morning... when it collided with a tractor-trailor and two other cars that had slowed do construction. we are now hearing from one of survivors. "i flew up i hit all the seats, and got my jaw out of place...my face just broken nose." (butted with) "i jump out, i went around and first i seen a lady outside .......i go to the driver and i call him and he was still alive," 13 passengers were injured and taken to hopsital in the area. police say all they know right now is the bus was going
than the semi. right now an urgent manhunt is underway for this man behind me accused of killing two people and injuring two oklahoma police officers. police say when they initially responded to reports of shots fired...he shot at them with an a-k 47. police returned fire....shooting the suspect at least twice before he drove off in a stolen car. neither officer was seriously hurt. suspect then found two of his relatives dead. this happened outside of oklahoma city. this afternoon backlash is building against the n-f-l the league is taking heat for the way it hanldes domestic abuse accusations. how the nfl is responding to criticism over one case in particular. but first a major las vegas strip headliner adding more dates trying to keep with high demand! who it is and when
and a live look outside where the rain is pounding the valley. bryan has the timing -- up next. 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 -- 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
hollywood. 8 more shows will be added in april. tickets for those dates go on sale this friday at 10 a-m. prices start at 55 dollars. we have more information at ktnv dot com. for breakfast... without feeling too guilty. that's right girl scouts are releasing thin mints flavored cereal general mills says thin mints and caramel crunch -- a cereal version of samoas-- will hit store shelves nationwide in january. right now -- the n-f-l is in hot water for the way it handles domestic violence. many are saying the league doesn't take domestic violence seriously enough the latest case involves new york giants kicker josh brown.
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masto and i approve this message. i don't know what i said, ahh, i don't remember. narrator: and joe heck says i have "high hopes we'll see donald trump become president." trump: you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever. narrator: heck says he "completely supports" trump. i love war in a certain way. narrator: and heck? reporter: do you trust him having his finger on the nuclear button? heck: i do. reporter: why do you say that? heck: why wouldn't i? narrator: donald trump and joe heck.
york giants kicker josh brown. some of that backlash - even coming from within the giants a-b-c's ryan smith has more on the growing outrage. the backlash building against the nfl nfl insiders nat randy moss: josh brown does not need to be in this league anymore - whatever they did was a mistake. the league taking heat for suspending giants kicker josh brown for just one game in 2015 after being arrested in a domestic violence incident brown's alleged actions - sidelining him thursday and immediately reopening an investigation into him after a newly released and troubling
allegations of a lengthy history of abuse, including admissions from brown himself. (p82, 77 damaged home, bruises) (p119 journal entries saying "i have abused my wife") the league says following brown's arrest, police repeatedly denied its requests for more information - but police say the investigator never identified himself as working with the nfl [gfx #5] sot police "he never said he was with the nfl. we had no idea who this yokel is." sot: goodell to bbc "what we want to do is get the facts" but some are saying // the people in that organization, hashtag cut him" and one of the league's most popular moms - annie apple, a contributor for our sister company espn's sunday nfl countdown and mother of a current giants corner eli apple, [gfx #3] penning this article expressing outrage after these comments from giants owner, john mara [gfx #6] sot giants owner john mara: "he admitted to us he'd abused his wife in the past. what's a little unclear is the extent of that." [gfx #4] a domestic violence survivor herself, calling his comments "insensitive, dismissive and callous." writing "how are you a so- called champion of domestic
compassion for a victim?" apple noting "yes, this man signs my son's checks as i've been reminded on twitter" but adding "wrong is wrong." sot chrsitine brennan 23;39;04;53 - we're seeing so many big names on sunday - they should be discussing x's and o's and instead they're talking domestic violence and the failure of the nfl to force its own policy. new at 3 -- a new study just out says cigarettes contribute to 29-percent of cancer deaths in the u-s.
are in the south. nevada ranks number 40 on the list, which is good. researchers say nine of the 14 states with the least-restrictive indoor smoking bans are also in the south. moving on now to what's behind me! parts of vermont are seeing their first snow of the season. workers at a ski resort say at least nine inches of snow fell on the mountain. they say they're hoping for lots of snow this season. last year, opening days at ski were pushed back and ticket sales plummeted due to lack of snow. closer to home -- first snow is now laying in the spring mountains in lee canyon. lee peak has snow down to around 10 thousand feet. let's go to 13 first alert chief meteorologist bryan scofield. shower activity will become more scattered and gradually
through the rest of today, as the system pushes east of the area. high pressure will then build wednesday and thursday with partly cloudy skies each afternoon. a series of systems will start to affect the area on friday. the first system will bring push of cloud cover on friday, with slight chances for rain and breezy winds by the afternoon/evening. high temps will drop to the low 80s for friday and saturday we will be between systems, but still have a shot at showers with the residual moisture. skies will also stay mostly cloudy over the weekend. by sunday, chances for rain drop and the wind will increase ahead of the next system, which will roll through sunday night through monday morning. at this point it looks like gusts to about 35- 40mph on sunday.
friday and the weekend. saturday we will be between systems, but still have a shot at showers with the residual moisture. skies will also stay mostly cloudy over the weekend. drop and the wind will increase ahead of the next system, which will roll through sunday night through monday morning. at this point it looks like gusts to about 35- 40mph on sunday. this system will bring a bigger cool-down with high temps dropping to the mid 70s on monday and the winds will stay
developing in the middle east. u-s backed troops are closing in on the critical battle against isis over mosul, iraq. a-b-c's marth radditz has the latest from the frontlines up next. you're watching 13 action news, where you get breaking news fast and first. stay with us. it's hard to make the past dissappear, but danny tarkanian is trying. he'd rather you forget about all of his failed runs for congress, senate, and secretary of state. ...and the shady record that killed his chances every time. the property taxes tarkanian skipped out on for years...
developing right now -- the battle for mosul in iraq is iraqi and kurdish fighters backed by the u-s are liberating more villages -- closing in on the largest isis stronghold in iraq. a-b-c's chief global affairs correspondent martha raddatz is on the ground with the latest. the resistance has been fierce. nats a suspected isis suicide vehicle today speeding towards a convoy of advancing forces?those forces opening fire. after one narrow miss, then another, finally the car is struck, catching fire. nats the gunfire also intense saturday on the outskirts of kirkuk. some of the many perils as thirty- thousand iraqi and kurdish troops push towards mosul-----aided by american
troops (raddatz standup/northern iraq) there are about 5000 americans here on the ground in iraq like those soldiers behind me; most are staying inside the wire on bases, but there are about 500 out in the thick of it. defense secretary ash carter (the walking shot) telling us in northern iraq it is a dangerous but vital mission. sot; (ash carter/secretary of mistake - whether they're flying airplanes overhead, or whether they're advising units on the ground, even behind the front lines, they are at risk/it's also important that everybody understands that we must do this. we have to protect ourselves. (talking to troops) u.s. troops we talked to well aware of the threat, and the risks . that was martha raddatz reporting. and there's a new battle for
demanding money back from bonuses they gave to thousands of national guard soldiers! sot - maj. gen. matthew beevers if we could wave a magic wand and make it go away we would.. but then we'd be breaking the law. the bonuses were supposed to go to soldiers with skills in high demand. the pentagon says it paid bonuses to guardsmen in all 50 states who should never have qualified for the extra cash. in california alone...the national guard is going after 97-hundred current and retired guardsmen. one purple heart recipient who survived a roadside bomb in to repay his 46- thousand dollars in bonus. sot - bryan struthers: i felt totally betrayed by my commanders bryan struthers filed a lawsuit and the pentagon waived his bonus repayment. he says he isn't dropping his case for the sake of his fellow soldiers. right now we are working on all-new stories for 13 action news live at 3-30...
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live at 3:30... candidates busy on the campaign trail but they are also looking ahead beyond the election day.
southwest aleppo - hl plus...overseas -- the syrian army is making gains against rebel forces in southwestern aleppo. look outside where we're still seeing some rain across the valley. let's get to 13 first alert chief meteorologist bryan scofield who has your most accurate forecast. shower activity will become more scattered and gradually diminish through the rest of today, as the system pushes east of the area. high pressure will then build into the area and bring warmer temps to the area. expect highs in the low 80s tomorrow, then mid 80s on wednesday and thursday with partly cloudy skies each afternoon.