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announced today. strong female voices who were not supporters of the president-elect on the campaign trail now working for the administration. why this may indicate a shift from campaign rhetoric -- to how he plans to govern the nation. a-b-c's lana zak has the latest. betsy devos --the nominee for education secretary---and nikki haley--the nominee for un ambassador...are strong republican leaders--but their selection to join the demonstrate a departure from his previous nominees.... not only are two the first female appointments, and in the case of sc gov. haley, the first person of color to join his administration, but neither were supporters of mr. trump on the campaign trail. nats "marco rubio!" governor haley campaigned for marco rubio, her state of the union response, considered an indictment of mr trump-- nikki haley some people think that you have to be the loudest voice in the room. but after the election, gov haley called mr. trump a friend, now saying
to make to the welfare of our nation, and to our nation's standing in the world, that is a calling that is important to heed." ms. devos, an advocate for school choice, was a delegate for ohio gov. john kasich. but now tweets "i am honored to work with the president-elect on his vision to make american education great again. " ms. devos doubled-down on a campaign promise of mr. trump's saying she was against common core though she had previously been a member of pro-common core organizations this was a key platform issue of the president-elect. trump: "we are going to end common core, we are going to prority." lana zak tag meanwhile, dr. ben carson, says an announcement is forthcoming on his role and there is still a question about who will represent the us as the top diplomat--with david patreaus, rudy guiliani, and mitt romney all jockeying for the job. lz, abcn, w three spirit squad members and a cheerleader at the university of kansas have been suspended for a disturbing snapchat photo
caption underneath reading -- "k-k-k -- go trump." (zac granger) "i mean i don't know what they expected in the first place, those kids, what they expected was going to happen." buttwith (destry stockham) "it's just all a very bad representation for the students and the university as a whole." the school says the four students involved have been suspended from performing until the investigation is completed. we have just learned -- a police officer shot during a traffic stop in detroit, michigan -- has died. police say the "wayne state universi lying in the street after the shooting. a person of interest is in custody -- but a manhunt for a suspect is ongoing. (chief james craig/detroit police) "this is a real call for our community, our public to stand with us as they do, especially here in detroit becasue this is not the way it should be. butt with an attack on a police officer is an attack on all of us." the 29-year-old officer was a five- year veteran of the force. colleagues describe him as an
the shooting comes in the wake of a violent weekend in which four officers were shot in a 24-hour span nationwide. right now -- a manhunt is underway in florida. a sheriff's deputy k-9 was shot and killed during a shootout between deputies and an armed man. volusia county sheriff's deputies were responding to a call about a wanted fugitive in deltona. while they were searching for the suspect -- another man drove by recklessly on a dirt bike. e that's when the man opened fire. deputies returned fire -- and at some point the k-9 was struck by a bullet. now to new developments in that devastating school bus crash in tennessee. the driver reportedly asked the kids if they were ready to die. a mother who had three kids on the bus claims johnthony walker said that just seconds before crashing into a telephone pole and a tree. another mother -- who lost a
before. sot: 18;08;05;53 jasmine mateen/mother: "i've been calling the school since the first day." police are now revealing the 24 year old driver only got his commerical license in april. and just two months ago he crashed his bus into a car. these two boys survived the horrific crash. sot: 17:34:33 griffith: he started turning real fast around the curve. 17;38;09;38 watson: "and i feel like the world was turning upside down. " 17:34:9 griffith: we hit a mailbox and a garbage can and then that's when the tree had, 12 children were injured and are still recovering in the hospital. walker is now facing 5 counts of vehicular homicide. an update on a deadly waterslide accident in kansas. the waterpark now plans to shut down its 1-hundred 68 foot slide -- after a 10-year-old boy was killed during an accident this summer. the slide had been promoted as the world's tallest waterslide. investigators are still trying to determine exactly what caused caleb schwab's fatal
pill ring in cottonwood heights, utah. that's about 15 miles south of salt lake city. agents needed full body suits and scuba tanks in order to safely gather evidence and decontaminate the areas of the house -- where 26 year old aaron shamo allegedly used a pill press to transform powdered fentanyl into counterfeit oxycodone and xanax tablets. the drug has been linked to dozens of death's across the agents also seized hundreds of thousands of dollars in cash. president obama started his thanksgiving holiday by pardoning the last turkeys of his presidency. turkeys "tater" and "tot" won't be on anyone's dinner table this thanksgiving. the president holding a small ceremony in the rose garden today.--"tot, i hearby pardon yu from the thanksgiving table"-- --butted to-- --"congratulations, claps, goggle, yay right on cue,
is enjoying his new freedom already. tater wasn't there for the event today. they were both raised in iowa -- and will now be going to a new home at virginia tech. students and veterinarians will care for them there. lake tahoe police are trying to figure out who's been poisoning the food up there. this tim - the hospital after eating at a popular restaurant. why police say someone is intentionally making people sick -- and it's not the first time. and... a consumer alert this afternoon. the hidden danger lurking in our car. why one model is being recalled -- that could put your children's life at risk. mainly sunny skies will hold through saturday but high temperatures will fall to our normal values for this time of year. 64 degrees will be the high with mild winds through thanksgiving and black friday.
ended up in the hospital. south lake tahoe police say a man put some sort of substance on the salsa bar at a baja after eating at the restaurant -- a 12 year old boy got such bad food poisoning -- he had to go to the hospital. the manager called police after smelling a strong chemical odor--like bleach. investigators believe the same suspect put something on a "hot wok bar" inside a grocery store -- the week before. there is a concern that serial offenders, as this suspect is, they don't stop until they're caught.
they say they should know what the substance is soon. now to some video you have to see... utility workers rescue a cat perched atop a high-voltage power pole for nine days. this happened in fresno, california. the cat's owners call him "fat boy" and they figure the neighbor's dog scared him up the pole. needless to say "fat boy" decided he wasn't coming down. (andrew perez/owner) "we were calling his name and he was looking at us, and he'd just meow." butt with (anna robinson/neighbor) "fire department came out within minutes and they were really helpful, but they said they could not get the cat because it was on a high voltage pole." finally -- a utility worker arrived and came to fat boy's rescue. they used a cat carrier to get him down. fatboy was a little dehydrated but he's said to be just fine.
parts of the country just before the thanksgiving holiday. it's having a major impact on drivers out on the road -- and even some flights that are taking off. take a look at this -- you're looking at a plane in minneapolis getting de-iced.' the weather is causing delays at airports -- so if you're picking up and family or friends from mccarran -- be sure to check their flight status before you go. let's go to 13 first alert chief meteorologist bryan scofield. bryan. mainly sunny skies will hol through saturday but high temperatures will fall to our normal values for this time of year. 64 degrees will be the high with mild winds through thanksgiving and black friday. by saturday night, big changes occur. the cold front that we have been monitoring for the past few
vegas by saturday evening. partly cloudy skies will be common along with winds increasing through the day into the overnight. by sunday, temperatures drop to highs in the upper 50s and hold clear into next week! winds will be gusty at times; topping off at 30 mph gusts sunday with new data indicating a better chance for
snow by sunday night. rain and snow chances continue into monday but drop fast as the front passes over head. by tuesday, mainly sunny skies are back and a light breeze will take over with highs holding near 60. now to a consumer alert from contact 13.. more than 7-hundred-thousand minivans are being recalled -- because of a problem with their sliding doors. apparently the could suddenly
due to an issue with a latch. it affects the toyota sienna models made between 2011 and 2016. the company doesn't plan on notifying owners of the problem until mid-january. thanksgiving is just around the corner -- which means turkey, family and of course -- shopping. abc's lauren lyster has more on how to determine the best thanksgiving and black friday deals -- and figure out the ones that may not be worth leaving the house for. that peaks on thanksgiving -- according to sale trackers -- so do the holiday weekend discounts. deal news expert bg: if you want the best deals of the season, you do have to do a little bit of shopping on thanksgiving. retailers are offering store-only doorbusters like this 49 inch 4k tv from best buy that's $250 off at $199. and even online doorbusters -- walmart.com will have this vizio 60 incher for $398. not be as plentiful as they seem. sot - we found somewhere under
worthwhile but t-vs they say are an exception sot - in terms of products that give people some of the greatest discounts on black friday or this piece has good specific gfx for apple watch/iphone] also apple products, they rarely go on sale but can be discounted on black friday by 10-15%. when it comes to gifts for the kids this holiday season. sot - t/c "there is one toy that is taking center stage this year - and it is called - hatchimals" nats commercial -- hatchimal hatching few seconds these interactive hatching eggs are flying o shopper "i checked just about every target and walmart in the area and a toy that retails shop-- you can use sites like bfads.net to find the lowest advertised prices and camelcamelcamel.com to track price history over time. lauren lyster tag: and if you don't want to give up your turkey day to shop-- abc reports the second best day for deals all year long is just around the corner -- cyber staying on your diet and eating a healthy thanksgiving meal can
whether you are cooking a big thanksgiving meal -- or simply bringing dishes to someone else's shindig-- here are some necessary ... and that's a good place to start trimming. use fat-free chicken broth for basting the turkey and for making gravy. use sugar substitutes - like nutrasweet or agave nector - in place of sugar. you can also use frui try to limit the amount of oil you use ... and go for a low-fat butter option. substitute plain yogurt or low-fat sour cream in casseroles and mashed potatoes or in creamy dips. make sure there are plenty of vegetable options at the table and look online for healthy versions of your thanksgiving favorites. with some research and a little effort, you can make a holiday feast that satisfies your soul without ruining your waistline. for today's health minute, i'm
thieves.. how you can protect your purchases. that story and more on 13 action news.. live at 5. then later.. all new on 13 action news live at 6.. graffiti in parks ll part of the valley with vulgar words written everywhere. so why isn't it being cleaned up? we're digging for answers tonight at six. mainly sunny skies will hold through saturday but high temperatures will fall to our normal values for this time of year. 64 degrees will be the high with mild winds through been monitoring for the past few days is still on track to increasing through the day into the overnight.
highway patrol and findlay toyota are asking you to donate a new unwrapped toy valued between 10 and 20 dollars during the 13 days of giving. you'll find donation bins around the valley. the complete list dot com. the las vegas rescue mission will give away all the gifts.. findlay toyota, nevada coin mart and zippy shell are proud sponsors of 13 action news and the 13 days of giving. that does it for 13 action news live at 3:30.. but stay with us for judge judy up next. don't forget -- we're always on at ktnv-dot-com and on our mobile app.
>> judge judy: your little pekingese was unleashed? >> yes, ma'am. >> judge judy: and your dog was unleashed? >> correct. >> announcer: a conflict was unavoidable. >> judge judy: something happened between the two dogs that day. >> lots of tension, yes. >> judge judy: your dog caused injury to his dog. >> i am not too sure of that. >> announcer: and the proof was disturbing to see. >> rebecca says, "is she okay?" and i turned her around and looked, and her eye was hanging out. [ audience exclaiming ] would you like to see the pictures, ma'am? they're gross.
the courtroom of the people are real. the cases are real. the rulings are final. judge judith sheindlin. the people are real. the cases are real. captions paid for by cbs television distribution marvin owensby is suing tenants rebecca and christopher amell for vet bills after their pit bull attacked his pekingese, causing her to lose an eye. >> byrd: order! all rise! this is case number 285 on the calendar in the matter of owensby vs. amell. >> judge judy: thank you. >> byrd: you're welcome, judge. parties have been sworn in. you may be seated. have a seat. >> judge judy: mr. owensby, you and the defendants are neighbors. >> yes, ma'am. >> judge judy: and you have a dog, a little pekingese. >> yes, ma'am. >> judge judy: and they have a dog that's a mixed-breed dog. >> correct. >> judge judy: is that right? and the dogs have been around each other before. >> about nine months. >> judge judy: so, for about nine months, they've been around. >> they didn't converse. they just -- >> judge judy: well, dogs converse in their own language. i don't know whether they're conversing or not. i couldn't tell that with my dogs, but they have been around