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boys" developing this morning-- a car crash claims two brothers' lives... and now the driver responsible is waking up behind bars. but first-- breaking overnight... firefighters battling a home up in flames... and this was not the first time they have been there. marissa kynaston is at the and you just confronted someone who may have had something to do with this fire? dayna just a few minutes aago a man walked up to this building he was holding a suitcase. we got it all on camera. and i asked him a few questions. take nats of confrontation you could hear me asking several questions inlcuding if he lived inside, and if he was
up door. it may have been difficult to hear his answers, but he just kept telling me that i wasn't allowed to film, even though we were on the i crews believe this morning's fire may have been caused by squatters. but we don't know for sure if this man was living here illegally. but its hard to believe anybody is still living here. you can see its been completely destroyed by several different fires. mk-13an thanks marissa--- taking a live
loved ones tell us 22 year old jermaine asher and 23 year old robert shawn roberts were driving to get their mother a birthday present saturday night-- when a speeding car crashed right into them near lake mead and rainbow... killing the young men. sharithea everett, mother "you ripped my family apart. for a text message and a drink" (butted with) grandma "they tearing away everybody's life....they don't know the destruction that they caused
trauma, where police say he was showing signs of impairment. he was arrested and charged with two counts of dui involving death. a man was hit and killed while walking on the i-15 last night. n-h-p says around 8 last night, the man was walking in the travel lane near cheyenne, when he was hit by a van. troopers tell us the woman driving did stop at the scene. n-h-p is still looking into why the man was walking on the interstate. right now-- metro is searc sent a man to the hospital. officers were called out to the intersection of hacienda and escondido around 1-30 yesterday afternoon. police have not said if the man who was hit was in a crosswalk or had the right of way. but the driver involved just took off. breaking right now... we're gettign live images in from california right now of a brush fire burning there..this is burning north of los angeles in an area called sylmar...
reject the president elect... for five days now protesters are taking to the streets in major cities across the country... thousands more were out last night... in los angeles 8-thousand people marched protesting trump's election victory. this morning-- trump is now responding to the serious in his first interview since he won the presidential election. donald trump / (r) president-elect: "don't do it. that's terrible. because i'm going to bring this country together. i say, stop it, if it helps - and i will say this, and i'll say it right to the camera, stop it!" and new this morning-- we're learning that trump told chris christie in 2015 he didn't expect to make it past october... that's according to cnn's upcoming book on the 2016 race... we now know some of trump's
he gets into the white house. trump has picked steve bannon...as his top strategist -- and senior counselor he's the former head of breitbart news. reince priebus will be his chief of staff. he is the chairman of the republican national committee.... this morning, some birds are driving people crazy by casa de shenandoah. parker collins is live near pecos and sunset with what neighbors are saying. parker? they're telling me peacocks are they fly over these walls into other people's backyards. people i interviewed said the birds tear up their roofs... and leave poop everywhere... which makes their dog sick. our cameras found feathers... feces... and even eggs. this has been going on for years. there's been a lot of back and forth with the county... but no lasting solution. chris juelke, has peacock problem 21:58:27-21:58:35 "i had six or seven in my backyard
they poop all over everything and it's just a mess." one thing is making it hard to scare off these birds i'll have that in thirty minutes reporting live parker collins thirteen action news. it's the murder mystery that just keeps getting bigger and more disturbing. 1:33-1:37 " i mean are you questioning yourself? every day of my life." serial killer is speaking out. hear her emotional message for the victims' families. and a traffic nightmare at mccarran airport-- thanks to the rock in roll marathon and some construction. and the troubles in that area are only getting worse this week. we'll explain. developing this morning-- police in north las vegas are
now reviewing that fatal shooting... where an armed man who was allegedly trying to rob a 7-eleven.. was shot and killed. authorities say they're working to decide whether the shooter will face any charges. investigators tell us, an vendor for the store saw the clerk being held at gunpoint thursday morning, and shot the
behind a recent spree of armed robberies in the area. new this morning-- the mother of the suspected serial killer in south carolina-- is now speaking out... apologizing to the families of his possible 7 victims. 1:37-1:57 "i don't know what could've been changed. i took him everywhere i knew to take him. my heart absolutely goes out to those people... and i feel such shame.. i feel so ashamed." police say todd kohlhepp confessed to four murders in bodies that were found on his property. investigators in other states are now searching more properties owned by kohlhepp. he was arrested after a missing woman was found chained up inside a metal container on his land. a middle school teacher is in some hot water this morning after one of her students records her in class.
haithcox, if i'm in the mood, i will answer you." but it's what she says next... that almost cost her.. her job. there's a new winner of the rock in roll marathon this morning-- and you may recognize him! we'll show you the moment a vegas icon crossed the finish line... and made history! chopper 13 fast and first this morning-- heading to the spaghetti bowl right now. ma
closure starting tonight near the airport. the ramp going from the eastbound 215 to the aiport connector will be closed from 9-pm until 5 in the morning beginning tonight. this will continue everynight through thursday. there will be a detour set up on windmill. all of the construction near mccarran-- combined with the closures for the rock in roll marathon led to major headaches for people trying to leave the airport last night. our newsroom was getting flooded with calls from people who said it was taking them hours to get out of a parking garage at the airport. one woman says it took her more than 4 hours to get onto the highway. i mean there's people with kids in their cars, there's old
nobody has any restroom facilities. it also didn't help that it was a holiday weekend, so more people were coming home from vacations into mccarran. if you want to volunteer for this year's "project homeless connect event" there is still time to register. tomorrow, thousands of people who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless will head to cashman center-- where they will be connected with different organizations that offer housing, job training, counseling, substance abuse treatment and other services. the event runs from 7 at night. if you're interested in helping we'll put the information for you on our website. a north carolina middle school teacher is suspended from her job this morning-- after one of her students records her cursing at her classroom. (majonica haithcox,teacher) "ya'll don't know what could've happened in my life, and then ya'll want to come in here acting real disrespectful when ya'll don't know what the f?k i go through or what the f?k i've been through last week. but ya'll want to come in here and still be on that same ole bulls?t."
being suspended for, or if she'll be allowed back at all. they are still looking into what exactly set the woman off. senator harry reid is in a war of words with our next president... but could his criticisms of donald trump send him to the courtroom? that's coming up in our next half hour. plus-- sunday night football takes a break... to help out a military family in honor of veterans day. it's the heartwarming reunion you have to see! chopper 13 bringing you breaking news fast and first...over that squatter fire near sahara and las vegas marissa is on the ground....we'll hear more from here at 6:30... it's that time of year
who died in the crash. abc's linsey davis is following the case. < in this morning's gma first look - the lone survivor of this fatal crash in hawaii is once again in police custody --accused of murder. yoga instructor alexandria duval, arrested in upstate new york over the weekend ? for the second time? nat crime scene investigators say last may, duval intentionally drove her s-u-v off this 200-foot cliff in hawaii? with her sister anastasia in the passenger seat witness) ?she was angrily arguing with the person who yanking on her head and then she was just in a rage duval said the crash was just an accident and in june, a judge threw out the charges against her, ordering her release, citing keyable gfx - no probable cause for murder. then, last month, a grand jury thousands of miles away in maui indicted her in the death of her sister -- sot robin sax 22:18:05 it's the things that are missing from this case that actually make this case and
coming up in our next half hour-- donald trump's priorities as president have caused protests across the country. now one of the top republican leaders has his own message-- trying to calm the nation's fears. what house speaker paul ryan has to say about trump's deportation plans. marissa adlibs tease chopper 13 giving us an aerial view of the damage. this is right near the we're gettign live images in from california right now of a brush fire burning there..this is burning north of los angeles in an area called burning there..this is burning north of los angeles in an area ca breaking overnight-- a dangerous call for our
they've responded to this same place several times. marissa kynaston is live near las vegas boulevard and sahara..with what firefighters were up against this time. there's really not much left of this building...so it's hard to catch fire..but crews say they believe they know how it's happening. fire officials say the unit was empty..and it was boarded up when they got there but they also say squatters have used the partment building in the past..and the complex has caught fire several times before. including back in september chopper 13 fast and first over that fire...the roof completely collapsed fire crews say a squatter was inside the
received some minor burns. nobody was injured in this morning's fire. mk-13an we're gettign live images in from california right now of a brush fire burning there..this is burning north of los angeles in an area ca life this morning-- after being shot at an apartment complex near the rio. metro tells us around 4 o-clock yesterday they were called out to the shooting near twain and wynn. the woman was rushed to the hospital with potential life- threatening injuries.
meanwhile, metro is investigating a deadly shooting that claimed one man's life on the west side of town. police tell us around 9-30 yesterday morning, a man with a gunshot wound was found in the street near harmon and decatur. officers were able to take a suspect into custody but they have not released any more details. a terrifying night for people living near u-n-l-v... after a tense standoff between police and a man armed with a knife. officers were responding to a domestic violence call early yesterday morning near tr parkway-- which led to the barricade situation. metro says the man eventually tried to get away on foot. they caught up with him in a parking lot, and arrested him. president-elect donald trump... sits down for his first t-v interview since the election. while appearing on "60-minutes"-- he showed some signs he could backtrack on key campaign pledges. mp says he'll focus on criminal undocumented immigrants. he plans to immediately deport or lock up two to three million. here's what trump said about
undocumented immigrants... "after the border is secure and after everything is normalized, we're going to make a determination on the people that you're talking about who are terrific people, they're terrific people" another key moment from last night, was when trump told supporters who've harassed minorities to quote "stop it." he also called the anti-trump protests "horrible" and believes they are played up by the press. house speaker paul ryan is also annoucement.. the congressman says he hopes to put people's minds at ease-- by reassure the country... that the government will not be conducting mass deportations, but instead their focus will be on securing the border. he also said he's disappointed by all the reports of hate crimes recently by people claiming to be trump supporters. people who espouse those views, they're not republicans, and we don't want them in our party, even if they thinking
donald trump feels the same way, so there's no place for that. ryan went onto say as long as people are protesting peacefully, everyone has a right to express themselves and share their opinions. new this morning-- could senator harry reid face some legal troubles for criticizing president-elect donald trump? reid released a statement after the election saying trump has "emboldened the forceds of hate and bigotry in america." and that while white nationalists, celebrating.. law abiding americans are racked with fear. one of trump's closest advisors, kellyane conway-- hinted the minority leader could face a possible lawsuit. kellyanne conway/ trump senior adviser "i find harry reid's public comments and insults about donald trump and other republicans to be beyond the pale. they're incredibly disappointing. (cut to) and he should be very careful about characterizing somebody in the legal sense." a spokesman for reid says trump wants to silence his critics with the threat of legal
concern americans. meanwhile, senator reid is now endorsing congressman keith ellisson from minnesota-- as the next chairman of the democratic national committee. the minority leader says the ellison is a terrific leader who knows how to get things done. ellison is the first-muslim american elected to congress. he tells abc news he will announced "real soon" whether he will run for the position. this morning, so driving people crazy in wayne newton's neighborhood! parker collins has been talking with neighbors he's live near pecos and sunset. parker? they're telling me peacocks are a huge issue. they fly over these walls into other people's backyards. people i interviewed said the birds tear up their roofs... and leave poop everywhere...
feces... and even eggs. this has been going on for years. there's been a lot of back and forth with the county... but no lasting solution. chris juelke, has peacock problem 21:59:33-21:59:41 "it's just a mess and they've got plenty of people to help clean it up over there, but we don't. i don't hire people just to keep up with the poop." one thing is making it hard to scare off these birds i'll have that in thirty minutes thirteen action news. the rock n roll marathon takes over the las vegas strip-- and in true las vegas style-- it was elvis who crossed the finish line first! :15-:20 "break that tape michael! you did it! you're a world record holder!" mike wardian from virginia, took home first place overall and broke
hours, 38 minutes and 4 seconds. and as you can see the 42 year old was dressed head to toe... as the king of rock! :24-:33 "it was just a beautiful day. like so much energy out there. so many elvis fans. thank you everyone! that just made it super special!" wardian went onto thank his wife and sons for helping him on his journey. a big congratulations to everyone who competed in this year's rock n roll marathon. cleaning up some hateful messages a church spends their sunday cleaning up some hateful messages left by vandals. and now-- instead of cruel words left on the walls... the building wants to be a symbol of hope for the country.
together to remember a deputy that was ambushed and killed. dennis wallace was fatally shot by david machado junior early yesterday morning. the vigil was held last night outside the sheriff's department. the deputy's brother, a modesto police officer spoke about how he was his hero. :55 dennis was the type of guy, friend or foe, he would reach out to you. that was just my brother. as for the suspect, david machado, detectives say he is a known criminal in the area.
ran from the scene. he will be in court later this week. an episcopal church in maryland is covering some disheartening graffiti this morning... with a hopeful message. members arrived for services yesterday to find the words "trump nation-- whites only" written on a wall. a banner advertising the church's spanish language service was also destroyed. members from the church made signs saying "love wins"... they also had a message for president-elect donald trump. :21-:34 "i would call especially upon the president-elect and those who voted for him, to separate themselves from acts of violence and hate, that are being perpetrated in his name. the church says they believe the majority of the country want a nation of peace. over 40 wildfires are burning in the southeast this morning, scorching over 70 thousand acres. hundreds of families have been
some of the fires are said to be intentionally set. arson investigators have arrested three people, and they say one of them has confessed. so far officials say the fire's have been getting ahead of them. :20the fire picked up and ran so hard so fast that it literally beat us to the punch when it comes time to light it off. we just didn't see that coming. so far there are no reports of injuries or how many homes have been destroyed. teachers will be getting a big check thanks to mcdonald's franchise owners here in the valley. it's all part of the "make activities count" grants program. the 110 teachers will receive a total of 50-thousand dollars. the money will be used for different activities for their students next school year. the check presentation is tonight at somerset academy's stephanie campus. those hoping to get some
election this weekend... got something very different from saturday night live. the cold opening featured kate mckinnon as hillary clinton. she was playing the piano and singing the song "hallelujah". after she finished singing, mckinnon as clinton-- said "i'm not giving up and neither should you." the show's host dave chappelle, also took some time out of his opening monologue to address the election. 2:44-2:56 "i'm wishing donald trump luck. i'm gonna give him a chance... and we the historically disenfranchised... demand that he give us one one thing notably missing from the episode was alec baldwin who's been portraying president-elect donald trump. he did not make an appearance. bruce springsteen got some help from a group of bikers in new jersey when his motorcycle broke down over the weekend... the group of bikers returning from a veterans' day event pulled over to help him out. they didn't realize it was him
a restaurant, where someone else came to pick him up. before he left, the rock star bought everyone a round of drinks and promised them some concert tickets. chopper 13 bringing you breaking news fast and first.. flying over that fire yasmeen just told us about at craig and lamb. this is being reported as a vacant house... as a special veterans day tribute... the tennessee titans used their big game to help a u-s soldier surprise her 6 year old son. take a look at the heartwarming reunion.
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flying over that fire yasmeen just told us about at craig and lamb. this is being reported as a vacant house... a brush fire has erupted in the angeles national forest. before 6 a.m. in lake view terrace. at this time, flames are spreading uphill across three to five acres of land. no structures have been threatened by the fire. no injuries or evacuations breaking overnight...
in flames... and this was not the first time they have been there. marissa kynaston is at the scene near the stratosphere. and you just confronted someone on the property? dayna just a few minutes aago a man walked up to this building he was holding a suitcase. we got it all on camera. and i asked him a few questions. but-- just a few minutes ago-- a man walked up to this building-- he was holding a suitcase-- i did ask him several questions-- incl if he lived inside-- and if he squatters-- they say squatters have been found inside in previous fires at this same location-- but its important to note we dont know for sure if that man we caught on camera is living here illegally. but its hard to believe anybody is still living in here-- you can see its been completely destroyed by several different fires. mk-- 13an. this morning, some birds are driving people crazy by casa de
driving people crazy by casa de shenandoah. parker collins is live near pecos and sunset with what neighbors are saying. parker? they're telling me peacocks are a huge issue. they fly over these walls into other people's backyards. people i interviewed said the birds tear up their roofs... and leave poop everywhere... which makes their dog sick. our cameras found feathers... feces... and even eggs. this has been going on for years. there's been a lot of back and forth with the county... but no lasting solution. chris juelke, has peacock problem 22:00:58-22:01:05 "it's just another chore i don't need to do. that's all. i just feel like i'm cleaning up his mess." one thing is making it hard to scare off these birds i'll have
good morning, america. donald trump's new team. >> donald trump. >> the outsider president-elect taps an insider, reince priebus, to run his white house, and sparks backlash with his pick for chief strategist. the president-elect gives his first tv interview since the election. he addressed reports of racism and violence by his >> i'll say to it the camera. stop it. >> his new chief of staff joins us this morning. devastating blaze. more than 40 wildfires tear through the southeast. burning 70,000 acres. eight states on alert. the dangerous smoke warnings. parts of north carolina in a code red, as residents are warned to wear masks or evacuate. twin murder mystery. the yoga instructor arrested again, accused of killing her identical twin. by driving off a 200-foot cliff in hawaii. witnesses say they were fighting. was it murder or a tragic