tv Action News 630pm ABC November 14, 2016 6:30pm-7:01pm PST
nats - from maryland to california.. nats - another day of demonstrations.. nat - protesters.. out once again.. marching against donald trump's election and raising concerns over the hate crimes and violence reported across the country since election day. including a california teenager.. attacked in school.. after posting on instagram that including a california teenager.. attacked in school.. after posting on instagram that she hoped trump would win. sot - jade armenio "this girl 'do you hate mexicans?' and i was like, 'no.' and she said, 'you support trump... say almost all involve immigrant, black and gay victims.. about 20 against trump supporters. so far.. school officials in jacksonville, florida say they are investigating these two signs posted over water fountains at a high school.. at the university of pennsylvania.. the fbi is looking into a text
"i open the chat and there were a lot of derogatory name calling and just really hurtful graffiti.. too profane for tv. all this prompting trump to directly address those reponsible.. on 60 minutes. (cbs "60 minutes") sot - donald trump / (r) president-elect "i am so saddened to hear that. and i say, "stop it." if it-- if it helps. i will say this, and i will say elizabeth hur oncam close: trump also reassured protesters, not to be afraid.. saying that he will bring our country back together. the lame duck session of congress begins today.. but don't expect much in the way of last minute action from lawmakers. their top priority will be keeping the government open after the current funding deal
the other important order of business is orientation for new members of congress. the new congress will have a record 48 african americans and 39 hispanics. the number of minority women is also growing by six in the house. the new congress begins january 3rd. now... here's a look.... at some of the top local stories.... we're following. stephanie i'm stephanie zepelin at mccarran international airport people cried out on social media about traffic back up at the airport n strip because of the marathon last night officials with the airport say it was a perfect storm - a combination of construction near the airport tunnel and traffic being directed to the tunnel, on top of a three day weekend that caused the huge back up. they also said there were a few accidents inside the tunnel last night i'm lesley marin from north las vegas-- where today the city and national guard brought over 500 first responders together-- to prepare for a massive earthquake. the mock 6.7 quake brought down
but the drill didn't stop there...fema was working with city hall officials. in southern california crews pulling resources to help here at home. the city making sure your family is safe in case of chaos. marissa whip marissa kynaston here-- near las vegas boulevard and sahara-- where this building caught on fire-- take vo of fire and fire crews say-- its not the first time. they say this same building has caught fire several times-- and they believe-- squatters are to blame. take vo of squatter our cameras even caught noo to enter the boarded up property. parker whip 20:15:21-20:15:43 i'm parker collins near sunset and pecos neighbors over here are telling me that peacocks from casa de shenandoah are getting over these walls and just wreaking havoc in their backyards take vo at 20:15:32 a lot of money to clean up after these birds and it's been going on for years a look at current temperatures across the valley and it's a little cooler than
but it's about to get worse. 13 first alert chief meteorologist bryan scofield has the details on a big cool-down headed our way. bryan? high pressure will stay in control in the short-term, before a large storm system moves into the area and brings gusty winds and a big coo-down to the area. expect highs in the upper 70s tomorrow, wit light winds. chopper 13.. fast and first over a house fire earlier today near craig and
they're trying to figure out how the fire started. no one was hurt. right now.. we're getting new images..... out of new zealand.... where they're dealing with more aftershocks.... today. you can see some of the homes damaged..... by this weekend's magnitude.... -7- point -8- earthquake. two people died. you can also see.... a lot of road damage and rock in a town.... that's been cut-off.... by landslides. damage estimates are already.... in the billions of dollars. the tributes ar tonight.... for veteran journalist.... gwen ifill. ifill.... co-anchored.... "p-b-s news hour"... she had been battling cancer.... for several months. she worked at..... the washington post... new york times.... and n-b-c news.... before moving to p- b-s. mark zuckerberg is on the offensive after claims that facebook had an unintended impact on the election. find out what he's doing to cut down on misleading posts on your newsfeed. and.... how one local organ donor is being honored.....
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close at 18,869 nasdaq down 19 sp500 down slightly. all of the big local gaming stocks were down today except boyd.. which was up about a half percent. caesars.. wynn and red rock resorts were down between a half-percent.. and 2-and a half percent. fake stories on facebook may have helped donald trump's presidential campaign.. c-e-o mark zuckerberg says work is already underway to try to eliminate fake news and hoaxes on a user's news feeds. zuckerberg gave no specifics about how facebook's news feed might change.. but he did say this kind of work often takes longer than expected to avoid unintended consequences.. or bias introduced into the system. he encouraged facebook's 1.79
samsung is splashing out 8-billion dollars in hopes of gaining an edge on other tech companies in the auto sector. the south korean electronics giant announced today it's buying harman international industries. the u-s company makes info- tainment.. safety.. and security systems for cars. the move follows investments in the auto industry by tech giants like apple and google.. along with chip maker qualcomm. a local theater performer is honored today..... at the -1- hundred -28-th rose parade..... at desert breeze park! "palm mortuaries" and "the nevada donor network" hosted the event.... to honor russell slouffman junior.... as an organ donor. slouffman died last year..... after a crash..... near "the welcome to las vegas sign". his sister says.... russell would have been happy.... to have a parade.... in his honor. 1:26 i think he'd be happy....for sure 1:38 so far... almost -36- thousand lives were
this year. 2:22 for 4 sec "the blue man group" is being honored..... for their years of entertainment.... on "the las vegas strip". clark county commissioner.... steve sisolak presented..... "blue man group".... with the key to the las vegas and... has declared.... november -17-th.... as "blue man group day." one homeowner is taking on the fight against.... porch pirates!!! what he did.... to turn the tables..... and on the would-be thief... and... it's all caught on camera.... and.. a closer look at a new trend in lifestyles. see how people are walking away from their rent or a mortgage
report but the guy hasn't been found. a new twist in a murder case..... involving.... twin sisters. one twin is dead... the other..... now charged for a second time in her murder.... after being let go. it all hinges on what abc's.... lauren lyster.... has more. pkg script: the survivor of this fatal crash in hawaii -- yoga instructor alexandria a judge initially dropped charges against her in june. sot - tom eddin / duval's attorney "she did not intend to harm herself or the person she was closest to in this world." duval's attorney is calling it an accident.. but police arrested the 37-year-old woman for a second time...catching her in albany over the weekend.. after a grand jury in maui.. indicted her... sot - dan abrams / abc news chief legal analyst "it is
enough evidence to send this case to trial and prosecutors saying thank you judge we're now going to take this to a grand jury." according to prosecutors.. last may, duval intentionally drove her s-u-v off this 200-foot cliff in hawaii.. killing her sister witnesses say the two were fighting. sot - lawrence lau / witness "i could see a pair of hands yanking on the driver's head, her head was going like this and she was angrily arguing with the person who yanking on her head and then she was just in a rage." after a judge dropped the charges -- last month ca sot - dan abrams / abc news chief legal analyst "you're talking about someone who drives her car off of a cliff with her sister // the idea i guess that's possible but it's not an easy case to prove." lauren lyster oncam close: duval is being held on 3 million dollars bail in albany...waiting to be extradited back to maui. lauren lyster, abc news, los angeles. messages like.... "make america white again"..... and.... a swastika drawn on a church.... these are just some of the
crimes.... in the u- s. now.... we're just learning the number of hate crimes reported to police increased.... nearly -7- percent.... last year. a lot of those crimes were against muslims..... which are up -67- percent... according to the stats from the f-b-i out.... today. that's second only to the surge we saw in hate crimes against muslims..... after the september -11- th attacks.... in -2- thousand -1-. experts say more teenagers are struggling with depression.. especially girls. according to a new study out today in the journal of pediatrics.. th 4-percent over the past decade.. and 2-percent for boys. researchers also found a lot of teens aren't getting treatment. right now.. only 10-percent of teenagerss with a history of depression see their primary care doctors for it. according to some new guidelines.. you might want to get screened even if you don't think you need drugs to control high cholesterol. the new guidelines on statins expand the number of people who should be screened to everyone over 40.
task force" says you should be screened even if you don't have a history of cardiovascular disease. the task force also says people 40 to 75 with at least one risk factor like high blood pressure.. should be on low to moderate dose statins. another reason to pay attention to the new guidelines is medicare and the affordable care act typically use them to determine your coverage. we're finally starting to see a cool-down... but... fall.... until now. today... the united nations announced 20-16.... will be the hottest year.... on record. and.... it will be the third year in a row..... the world's set.... a heat record. the u-n believes.... this is part of the reason we're seeing such extreme weather events.... like hurricane matthew..... which used to happen.... far less often. high pressure will stay in control in the short-term, before a large storm system moves into the area and brings gusty winds and a big coo-down to the area. low to mid 70s on wednesday.
that afternoon. drop high temps to about 60 degrees on thursday. also, thursday will still be quite windy with gusts to about 45mph, which means it will feel however, it will still be chilly with highs in the low to mid 60s around the valley. by saturday, high pressure will build over the area which means a warm-up approaching the 70 degree mark on saturday and sunday. yet another system will move to area. expect highs in the upper 70s tomorrow, with high clouds and light winds. high temps will remain in the low to mid 70s on wednesday. however, we will g cloud cover and gusty winds by that afternoon. expect gusts to about 45 mph degrees on thursday. also, thursday will still be quite windy with gusts to about 45mph, which means it will feel however, it will still be chilly with highs in the low to mid 60s around the valley. by saturday, high pressure will build over the area which means a warm-up approaching the 70 degree mark on saturday and sunday. yet another system will move to
expect highs in the upper 70s tomorrow, with high clouds and light winds. high temps will remain in the low to mid 70s on wednesday. however, we will get a push of cloud cover and gusty winds by that afternoon. expect gusts to about 45 mph wednesday afternoon and evening. the cold air will push in and drop high temps to about 60 degrees on thursday. also, thursday will still be quite windy with gusts to about lives.... on the road.
they're turning vans.... campers..... even box trucks and school buses.... into homes. abc's.... lauren lyster has more..... on why people are doing this. 24-year-old entrepreneur zander kingsley lives at the office... nats "this is our lounge space slash store front" ...yes, he actually lives at the office. nats it's a little tight the founder of kowasa clothing company and his two partners bought a school bus at auction and turned it into an r-v...to strike their ult balance. nat --this is our counter space, when it's a store it's our display case home...and store...all in one. sot: i wanted to cut costs and see america the benefits -- no rent for an apartment or store -- as zander travels the country building his business. what are the things you miss the most -- a hot shower. bridge "and it's not just zander and his school bus... there appears to be a growing movement of people turning their vehicles into homes -
van life" on instagram -- more than 900,000 posts from around the country...and world in nevada city, california...53- year-old nonprofit fundraiser jennifer langdon and her father... fixing up this camper so she can take to the road full-time... sot: it wasn't that i needed to find a new job or find a new city, i could take my home with me. one 24-year-old bay area software engineer -- blogging about his home-- a box truck -- claiming it's allowed him to pay off his student loans and bank six figures towards sot: jon christensen, professor ucla, institute of the environment and sustainability in part this is driven by the economics of it as well as the cultural appeal of it downsides of the lifestyle include overnight parking restrictions -- and the neighbors. sot "when people see people living in vehicles they will often report them" that headaches is worth it for people like zander. sot "it's like where is my office going to be today -- is a local business found a unique
ancakes now in holiday flavors. the vegas indoor skydiving wind tunnel... it's all part of its..... annual salute.... to the troops!!! "coming out here with a bunch of friends, a bunch of warriors, a lot of people who deserve stuff like this, it's just a lot of fun to bond with vegas indoor skydiving has been offering the veterans the chance..... to 'fly'.... for several years. they say.... the goal of the salute to the troops is to give them..... a chance to have some fun. and say.... some of the veterans.... get a little emotional.... after they fly. coming up later.. in tonight's abc primetime lineup.. 8:00 - dancing with the stars 10:00 - conviction then on 13 action news.. live at 11.. an apartment building goes up in flames for the fifth time this year. but that's not stopping squatters from entering the
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