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traffic is only expected to get worse. these ramps to martin luther king boulevard will be closed-- and the 15 southbound and northbound ramps-- connecting to the 95 northbound-- will also be closed everyday until late february. this animation shows what this construction project will look like. in the past-- with some of these project neon closures-- they may have only closed
but this one will last until late february. ndot officials are suggesting drivers download a traffic navigation app for their phones-- something like waze will help you get around traffic and construction. mk-- 13an. so far, it seems like people have gotten the message.... traffic hasn't been terrible in the spaghetti bowl yet. parker collins is in live drive this morning.... getting a better view of the detours.... and checking your drive times. there? ad lib about traffic they're changing the timing on traffic signals to help get you around faster on surface streets this first week or so is going to be the worst... while people get usedto the change. reporting live parker collins
looks like las vegas is building in clouds through the morning and afternoon today due to the approach of a cold front from the west and major moisture billowing from the south. partly cloudy skies will be at their warmest for the entire 7-day outlook! this afternoon, high temperatures will range between 82 and 87 degrees valley wide. as we move into tonight. rain chances begin to pop in but they will be small; coming man is shot in the throat and is shot in the throat and right
the person responsible. police have surrounded the seven-eleven near maryland parkway and reno for the last couple of hours. police tell us the man was taken to the hospital, but he may not survive. right now officers are searching a nearby homeless camp-- because again they do not have anyone in custody. police are not sure what led to the shooting, but we will let you know the minute we get any new information. new details about hit and run that left a woman dead, and another in handcuffs overnight. police now tell us a man and woman were sitting on a wall... sidewalk and hit them. this happened around 10 last night near las vegas boulevard and charleston. officers say the driver took off, but crashed into a pole close-by. the female driver was taken into custody for suspected d-u-i. the male victim is currently at u-m- c with substantial injuries. months ago-- a woman is arrested after getting into this wild brawl with a bartender. she says police took his side-- but now she has this video and
hands on you, it's not a good feeling for nothing." ashley jackson says in august her and her friend wer at "miz lola's" in north las vegas. her friend starts dozing off, and the bartender asks them to leave. jackson cashes out and tells him he's rude. that's when she says he grabbed her wallet. then she climbed on the counter to get it back because the barteder was looking through it. "i was afraid for my life, he might try to get my address" know." jackson says she was arrested for battery, but the charges dropped. she's now pursuing legal action... both civil and criminal. a family torn apart by a single bullet. a seven year old little girl accidentally shoots her younger sister-- and now their mother's in jail. this morning-- the family is speaking only to 13 action news. richard barnes, victim's father 18:26:29-18:26:39 "for everyone to sit up there and talk bad about her mother... i hate them! i hate
with) shaletres townsend, victim's mother jailhouse interview 18:01:56-18:02:02 "i'm trying not to break down, but i just want to be with my family so we can go through this together." shaletres townsend was arrested the night of the accident. both parents insist the gun was in a purse, with a safety on. townsend is facing four child abuse charges. now the family waits to see what the court will do. we are just 12 days until the election-- and abc news is
trump family. the interview hasn't even aired yet, but it's already causing controversy. you'll remember trump feuded with the parents of army captain humayan khan, the muslim soldier killed in iraq. khan's parents are now campaigning for hillary clinton. trump says he has great respect for the family... but. "had if i were president at that time, captain khan would be alive today." the khan family says that comment was cruel. "there's no sincerity in those you can hear more ofthat exclusive interview with the trump family-- you can watch that on good morning america.. right after our show. new this morning.... casino mogul sheldon adelson says he's prepared to walk away from the n-f-l stadium deal. he told reuters quote "the raiders want so much so i told my people tell them i could live with the deal...i could live without the deal...
dont' want it bye-bye.." you'll remember adelson just succeeded in getting a bill passed to start construction on the proposed 1.9 billion dollar stadium... right now-- a manhunt is underway for this double murder suspect-- wanted in oklahoma. metro was told this armed and dangerous man could be headed here-- now we're
getting an update on the search. greg adlibs weather forecast and im' tracking your roads... chopper 13 bringing you
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seven of the injured are firefighters...they all have take a look at some of this video...of the early morning fire. you can see flames shooting through the roof of the buiding. two full apartments had to be evacuated leaving dozens homeless... the fire is out...but no word on what sparked it. federal investigators are now saying this double murder suspect from oklahoma could be anywhere from california to florida. on tuesday metro was notified michael dale vance could be headed here to las vegas. now they're expanding the
vance is accused of killing his aunt and uncle... and shooting two police officers and two civilians on sunday. police believe he's heavily armed, so if you see him-- call 9-1-1 immediately. frustrated elementary students say clark county school district is compromising their education. does that make sense like we're suffering over here now their parents are making sure their cnc plus-- electronics have become a part of all of our lives.. including our children. but how much screen time is too much? we've got the new recommendations from the experts.
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at their warmest for the entire 7-day outlook! this afternoon, high temperatures will range between 82 and 87 degrees valley wide. as we move into tonight. rain chances begin to pop in but they will be small; coming in between 10% and 15% for the valley by 10pm tonight. by friday 5am, rain chances peak at 42% and will hold through the afternoon. wide spread showers with possible thunder will be possible along with snow to elevations 7800 ft and above. pick up to breezy conditions and high temperatures fall between 77 and 82 degrees. we may extend rain into early saturday morning but this is dependent on how fast the front 10-20 mph winds will be common with gusts ranging between 20 and 30 mph through the weekend. by monday/ halloween, mainly sunny skies return and the winds will die down through the day into mild winds by the evening. by this time, the front will have moved well to the east and allowed for cool air to filter trick-or-treating times on
sometime next spring. the fire station originally opened in 19-62 and closed in 20-10. it's being renovated and will help first responders better serve that area. students and parents at beatty elementary say they're fed up with the classes getting too big-- and they'll be making their voices heard tonight. parents tell us they went from three fifth grade teachers.. to just two. so the classes have more than 40 students. rebecca colbert / parent they class has to get - we reported a fire code violation. we asked for a recount haven't heard back from that either schools have these extra teachers and we don't? c-c-s-d says they're aware of the problem. the upset families tell us they'll be at the school board meeting tonight at 6.
is releasing their new guidelines for children and how much they're using electonics. infants 18 months and younger-- no screen time. for kids under two, cutting out screen time is important for brain development, and can create a healthier parent-child relationship. for children 2 to 5 years old-- one hour per day. for ages 6 and up... the goal is to limit digital media, and try to prioritize schoolwork, physical activities and sleep before any screen time. bullets flying at a police all while it's in the middle of a ride along. i was like thinking about my kids and i'm like i'm gonna die. now we're hearing from that innocent bystander thrown into the line of fire. that's coming up in our "gma first look." and we already have a hockey team-- an nfl team is also in the works... now las vegas could be getting another professional sports team. we'll tell you which casino billionaire is making moves.
heading to a crash at flamingo and koval. e got a choice to make. jacky rosen wants to build an economy that works for all of us, creating good jobs, expanding solar energy, and improving our schools. but with danny tarkanian, you can't escape the sleaze. tarkanian lost $17 million in a failed development scheme and stuck taxpayers with the bill. he even helped set up fake charities used to scam nevada seniors. danny tarkanian's out for himself. dccc is responsible
guys go when they want to make evidence disappear. but hiding the evidence won't help danny tarkanian. sure, he can bury all those property taxes he skipped out on for years... ...or all those fake charities he helped set
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common with high temperatures at their warmest for the entire 7-day outlook! this afternoon, high temperatures will range between 82 and 87 degrees safe place to get into the halloween spirit-- tonight metro area commands all over the valley "spooktacular carnivals." most of the events start around 5 and run till about nine. there will be free candy and entertainment for everyone. the list of locations is on our website, ktnv.com in today's gma first look. abc news sits down with the woman who was in the middle of a ride- along with a rookie police officer-- when someone
< this morning's gma first look, the woman in the front seat of this terrifying ride along with police, is speaking out. passenger: no no no no no no no. officer: shots fired! valencia: i was so scared. i didn't know how to react. i was like thinking about my kids and i'm like i'm gonna die. 29 year old yesica valencia - a mother of two - says she knew shadowing a california police officer sunday night could be dangerous but never expected gunshots 14 shots fired at the patrol car. two of them passing right between the officer and yesica, another flattening a tire. valencia: it's a miracle we are alive because they shot a lot of rounds. the new video sparking outrage - police now saying they are taking a closer look at their ride-along policy. and we'll have more of our interview coming up at 7am - with your gma first look, i'm kayna whitworth, abc news, los angeles. >
person responsible. police have surrounded the seven-eleven near maryland parkway and reno for the last couple of hours. police tell us the man was taken to the hospital, but he may not survive. right now officers are searching a nearby homeless camp-- because again thed police are not sure what led to the shooting, but we will let you know the minute we get any new information. happening right now-- your morning commute could be completely different today! it's all because of carnado.. the massive construction project in the spaghetti bowl. we've got parker collins in live drive-- and marissa kynaston on the freeway this morning... working together so you have every detail you need. but we'll start with our expert yasmeen hassan.
maze of cones and road construction signs-- and the traffic is only expected to get worse. chopper 13 bringing you breaking news fast and first.. traffic closures started at ten the ramps to martin luther king boulevard-- and the ramps connecting the 95 to the 15. this animation shows what this part of the project will look like. just a reminder-- project neon is widening the 15 and the 95 to eventually make room for more cars. right now-- the spaghetti bowl holds about three hundred thousand cars a day-- but that could double in the next 20 years. ndot officials are suggesting drivers download a traffic navigation app for their
traffic and construction. mk-- 13an. so far, it seems like people have gotten the message.... traffic hasn't been terrible in the parker collins is in live drive this morning.... getting a better view of the detours.... and checking your drive times. parker-- how's it going out there? ad lib about traffic they're changing the timing on traffic signals to help get you around faster on surface streets this first week or so is going to be the worst... while people get usedto the
smashed the tribute to the gop candidate yesterday morning... leaving it in ruins. the vandal says it was all to send a message to trump. na-110we ("james otis"/defaced trump star) "i have four or five family members sexually assaulted. i'm terribly upset that we have a presidential nominee who's become sort of a poster child for sexual violence. police haven't been able to track down the man yet, but they say he could face felony vandalism charges. hollywood chamber of commerce has alread the star, and they say it should be back to normal in a few days. a henderson woman is coming forward saying she helped exposed discrimination involving the trump family decades ago. sheila morse tells us she volunteered as a "discrimination tester" in new york city in the seventies. she says she was able to rent an apartment owned by trump after a black man was denied a lease in the same building. 16:04:15 "the super just said, 'uh, i'm sorry this is what my boss told me to do.
black people.'" a discrimination lawsuit was filed.. which donald trump addressed during the first presidential debate. "i settled that lawsuit with no admission of guilt, but that was a lawsuit brought against many real estate firms, and it's just one of those things." a trump organization executive released a video this year defending the gop nominee against allegations of racism... saying trump hires more minority executives than any company she's worked for. it's been a big year for professional sports in vegas. now there's talk of an n-b-a team making vegas home. in an interview with k-n-p-r.. m-g-m c-e-o jim murren said he's working to get an existing n-b-a team to relocate to las vegas... not an expansion team like the n-h-l. this comes only a few weeks after murren supported the plan to raise the room tax to pay for an n-f-l stadium to
a big win for the chicago cubs last night... they tied the series against the cleveland indians...in game two of the world series.... the final score five to one.... a lot of chicago fans waking up happy this morning.... game three is tomorrow in chicago. the race to fill harry reid's senate seat has been a very close and sometimes ugly fight-- and now... congressman joe heck is calling in some very well-known republicans already in the senate... to help him secure his own seat. greg adlibs weather forecast tease chopper 13 fast and first..over
morning and afternoon today due to the approach of a cold front from the west and major moisture billowing from the south. partly cloudy skies will be common with high temperatures at their warmest for the entire 7-day outlook! this afternoon, high temperatures will range between 82 and 87 degrees valley wide. as we move into tonight. rain chances begin to pop in but in between 10% and 15% for the valley by 10pm tonight. by friday 5am, rain chances peak at 42% and will hold through the afternoon. wide spread showers with possible thunder will be possible along with snow to elevations 7800 ft and above. along with the rain, wind will pick up to breezy conditions and high temperatures fall between 77 and 82 degrees. we may extend rain into early saturday morning but this is dependent on how fast the front 10-20 mph winds will be common with gusts ranging between 20 and 30 mph through the weekend.
winds will die down through the allowed for cool air to filter back into the valley. mid 70s will be common monday with lower 70s tuesday and wednesday. trick-or-treating times on monday (7pm to 10pm) will be in the upper 60s and lower 70s and winds between 5 and 15 mph with mainly clear skies. here at 13 action news we want all kids in las vegas to be able to stay warm this winter and our annual coats for kids drive is underway. we're partnering with tropical
new children's coats at any tropical smoothie cafe. to find a location near you go and a big thanks to tropical smoothie cafe, a proud sponsor of 13 action news. got into a shootout with officers. nats officer: yeah, but you can't be sleeping on somebody's door. butted with nats officer: where do you live? nats officer: where do you live? rahimi: i'm homeless that is ahmad rahimi... you heard him say he's homeless... the body camera video ends and then this happens... nats - that's him that's the bomb suspect right the at him after a standoff with police rahimi was shot seven times and taken to the hospital... he's accused in the bombings in new york and new jersey. policearen't releasing the rest of the body camera video because it's evidence in the case against rahimi. congressman joe heck is bringing in some big name republican senators to help him with his tight race for harry reid's senate seat. heck hosted a town hall for veterans in reno yesterday, and with him was arizona senator
lindsey graham from south carolina. the congressman was a brigadier general in the army and he's focused on veterans issues, and fixing the v-a healthcare system throughout his campaign against catherine cortez masto. (joe heck/(r) nevada senatorial candidate) "i am the only one who has worn a uniform and served overseas, commanded troops and has taken care of veterans. it comes down to who has real world experience on the issues that matter most to nevadans." the race between heck and cortez masto has been neck and neck. exclusive rasmussen poll show masto leading 43 to 41 but that is within the margin of error. u-s defense secretary ash carter is suspending "all efforts to collect reimbursement" from members of the california national guard. veterans and their families were asked to pay back enlistment bonuses improperly awarded 10 years ago. in a statement, carter said some soldiers knew -- or should have known-- they were ineligible for benefits they were claiming -- but many did
can resolve the cases by next july. a california homeowner tired of living in a community terrorized by thieves.. takes matters into his own hands when he hears someone breaking into his car. the man says his neighbor called him to let him know there was a woman taking stuff from his car. he decided to do something about it... so he ran out and tackled her to the ground. :05-:10 "get off of me! i don't steal! my parents have plenty of money-- get off of me!" (butted with) greg abrew, tired of being ripped off and i'm putting a stop to it." the man says the woman was trying to throw out bags of drugs she had on her. the woman was arrested and police say she was caught with stolen items and plenty of drugs on her. a man turns to 13 action news for help-- because he says an intersection by his house is a magnet for crashes. jim ludwick says the intersection at valley view and mesa verde is a danger to people in the neighborhood and drivers.
knocked out the stop sign 04 thats a brand new stop sign, street sign 07 and ive had at least four, maybe six bad accidents where theyve even run into the jersey barrier out here 16 jim ludwick we reached out to the county. they say they will look into what can be done to improve the turn. jim is even offering to help the county pay for more signage in the area... to warn drivers to slow down. v catholic charities of southern nevada has a brand new expanded they can help even more people in our community. the remodel is thanks to a 2-point- 5 million dollar grant from the county. now they'll be able to serve 600 more people in the meals on wheels program, and increase their food pantry clients by 33-percent-- just in time for the holidays. ahead today-- planet hollywood headliner britney spears will be taking a long bike ride to raise money for children battling cancer.
we've learned a lot about how joe heck works. follow the money. he called nevada's foreclosure crisis a "blip" and took almost $700,000 from wall street, including some of the same banks who caused the crisis. and then there's money he's taken from payday lenders who charge 521% interest. heck co-sponsored legislation protecting their predatory practices. add it all up, and joe heck is working for corporate special interests. and that doesn't work for nevada. senate majority pac is responsible for the content
the scene where a car looks like it crashed into the back of a semi and went underneath it! this is near washington and bruce... we just saw first responders load a person into an ambulance.... we have police..look for more information online at k-t-n-v dot com happening right now-- car nado has finally taken over the spaghetti bowl. this construction is going to change the commute for thousands of people. our whole team is working together on this. yasmeen is our expert. and we've gotparker collins is in live drive. but let's start with marissa kynaston who's is on the
good morning, america. breaking news. new polls show the race tightening as newly leaked clinton campaign e-mails detail how the former president made millions after he left the white house. what an aide calls bill clinton inc. our abc news exclusive. donald trump, his wife and his family. trump hits hillary clinton for those leaked e-mails. >> george, george, she is so guilty. >> doubles down on his claims of a rigged system. >> it's record-setting bad treatment what i'm getting. it's the greatest pile-on in american history. >> and his strategy in the war against isis. >> you can tell your military expert i'll sit down and i'll teach him a couple of things. >> his wife, melania, opens up about those abuse allegations. >> they were lies. >> with just 12 days till the election. breaking ove major earthquakes rock italy crumbling churches and