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:00 to :005 people cheering and banging pots and pans. celebration erupted early morning this morning... as thousands of people took the the streets in miami and little havanna. most cuban's living in the u-s, sought refuge here from castro's communist dictatorship. right now...the scene in cuba is said to be more somber.... but celebrations continue in the u-s and through out europe ...as expelled cuban's celebrate the end of what they catro has led the island nation for almost half-a-century.... heading the only communist government in the western hemisphere. during that time, castro survived a tough u-s trade embargo... designed to topple him....as well as numerous assassination attempts. as a-b-c's karen travers reports, opinions are still split on whether his legacy is good or bad. fidel castro was born on august 13th, 1926 in oreinte province, cuba.
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and later went on to study law at the university of havana. he formally declared cuba a socialist state two years after his rebels won the revolution, calling himself a "marxist-leninist". (sot castro-diane sawyer intv 1993) "i'm not afraid to say i am a convinced communist. i feel honored to be a communist and i hope i will be to the last breath." in 1960, castro nationalized american businesses and joined forces with the soviet union. in 1961 pre kennedy approved a cia invasion force of 13 hundred cuban exiles who went ashore at the bay of pigs. castro was able to fend off the invasion but in 1962 american spy planes discovered he had allowed the soviets to put nuclear missles in cuba. he was a major leader in the cuban missle crisis that brought the u-s and soviet union to the brink of nuclear
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cuban missle crisis special events) "i have directed the armed forces to prepare for any eventualities." us naval vessels moved in and the soviets backed down in exchange for a pledge that america would not attack cuba. abc's barbara walters interviewed the cuban dictator years later about the crisis. (sot bw intv 2002) "yes we were very close to nuclear war. very close." during that time even his critics praised his in 1980, more than 125 thousand in the early 1990's the fall of the u-s- s-r cost cuba billions of dollars in soviet assistance and trade leading to widespread shortages and rationing. (sot diane sawyer intv 1993) "with the demise of the soviet union we hav equivalent to a treason we have also felt betrayed." castro retaliated by bringing in tourism and business. but in 1999 there would be more nations over the fate of a 5 year old cuban boy named elian for a "new cuba" saying he would maintain the embargo against the country unless castro stepped down from power. (sot president bush ) "to make them free and fair they must
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freedom to organize, assemble and speak." in 2006 castro temporarily handed over some of his powers to his younger brother raul as he battled health problems. that same year, cuban tv broadcast the celebrations of his 80th birthday which included a meeting from his bed with venezuelan president hugo chavez. many are left to ponder now whether the communist goverment castro worked so hard to hold together will continue under the power of his brother. breaking overnight...here at home. a terrifying rollover accident leaves two people fighting f n-h-p says it happened around 11 last night near the 215 and jones. officers say, the crash involved a red ford pickup truck and kia. the driver of the kia had to be extricated because it was so badly crushed. right now-- both drivers are in critical condition. we will keep you updated on-air as well as online as we get more information.
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and i'm 13 first alert meteorologist dan bronis ((ad-lib)) the black lives matter movement took to the streets last night to send a message about shopping. a small group of activists chanted and marched outside the black lives matter movement took to the streets last night to send a with slight snow chances in the higher elevations. winds will pick up some in the afternoon and remain breezy through sunday. we are still on schedule for a cold front to interact with southern nevada by saturday night into sunday. rain chances are holding around the rain and snow chances bleed into monday but looking to last only until the early morning. after the system departs it
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highs all of next week look to stay below 60 with overnight lows in the upper 30s a few mornings! winter weather has moved into southern nevada, enjoy! the black lives matter movement took to the streets last night to send a message about shopping. a small group of activists chanted and marched outside boulevard mall on maryland parkway. rally organizers say they were part of nationwide boycotts against black friday shopping. they say they didn't give their money to corporations ...that they say oppress black people. stretch sanders, rally organizer "our hope about tonight is us coming together in some type of unity to basically send a message to all retailers that you can't just terrorize the people and think that we're going to continue to shop." the protest also brough out a few members of a group known as the new black panthers. they group was seen yelling at police and mall security. things never turned violent.
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was loved by a lot of people." only on 13-action news the girlfriend of a man gunned down sharing her heartbreak. this is our first look at the victim identified by loved ones as nelson navarijo. right now detectives searching the valley for at least one shooter. we're told the victim was shot in the chest this afternoon inside an apartment near eastern and fremont. he made his way outside -- before collapsing. friends say the victim had wrong crowd ... police believe -this may be gang related. new developments on the deadly school-bus crash -- that took the lives of -6- children. we're now hearing there were concerns raised about the driver's behavior behind the wheel. yesterday, the school district released records showing students complained about erratic driving. one student said he felt like the bus was going to flip over... and the driver would stop and make students hit their heads. right now-- the bus driver--
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charged with with multiple counts of vehicular homicide. and new information as well as more questions surrounding what happened to a 34-year old northern california mother of two who turned up alive on thanksgiving after more than three weeks apparently being held in captivity. abc's lauren lyster has the latest. this california wife and mother of two - shari papini - now reunited with her husband and recovering from inj going missing for three weeks -- found alive early thansksgiving morning after being abducted, according to authorities her family - thankful to be reunited sot new sister sound: i have seen her and it was a very joyous reunion and we were just very excited to see one another police say the 34-year old was released on a rural road near sacramento - almost 150 miles from where they believe she was taken while jogging near her redding home. sheriff presser gma she was bound with restraints and found by passing motorist the sheriff
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clothing - now being combed for dna evidence. the desperate search for shari-- beginning november 2nd. husband keith reported her missing when she was a no show to pick her children up from daycare using the "find my iphone app" keith located her cell phone, abandoned on the side of the road with strands of shari's hair still attached to the earbuds. keith papini/husband i'm getting very angry and frustrated and i'm scared for my wife. while revealing few details about the investigation- poli two hispanic women with a handgun in a dark suv...calling them suspects. sot authorites: i'm remaining very hopeful we can find those individuals and bring them to justic 14:46:0-0ish tag: the sheriff says they don't know the motive and don't think papini knew her captors...investigato rs are looking to interview her again in the coming days - saying sometimes even the smallest details can lead to a major break in a case like this ...lauren lyster abc news los angeles.... new details today about how
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injured hiker to safety...after he fell -60- feet at red rock canyon. it took almost 12 hours..but rescuers were finally able to locate him...using the gps on his phone. he was found in black velvet canyon--- a remote area...known to many free hand climbers. we spoke to other hikers about how crucial it is to be prepared for the worst 055317 055321 it's starts to get cool and if your'e not prepared it will be a long your visible noticable and make sure people know where you are despite that fall and spending the night in frigid temperatures... the hiker is now recovering in the hospital. a van suddenly explodes bursting into flames at a gas station near boulder highway and russell. it took out a gas pump. a clerk shut off the valve before any more damage could be done; luckily no one was hurt,
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a few hours it's the battle for the freemont cannon! unlv and u-n-r -- will go head to head -- at sam boyd stadium. kickoff is at 1 p-m. the cannon is currently painted rebel red after unlv beat unr last year 23 to 17. we will have highlights of the game...here online at ktnv dot com. laser light displays are becoming the norm for many holiday becoming the norm for many holiday l however, if you are not careful, you can get in some major trouble with the federal government, and the trump team continues to work this holiday weekend, creating a new administration and announcing new members of have the latest. ((ad-lib)) we're following developments on a series of storms brewing
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the west coast--which could delay the trip home for millions this weekend.. tonight... the pacific northwest... is saturated and bracing for another round of rain. nats voice of kenny level its been raining non-stop for about 14 hours... more than -7- inches of rain has fallen in the oregon coast..with wind gusts above 50 miles per hour. in portland..streets are are fill sandbags to protect their homes. and in the mountains of northern california... up to 18 inches of fresh snow has fallen but its now creating dangerous driving conditions. ((ad-lib)) to start the weekend we will be sunny with highs into the 60s. clouds will start to move in later in the day with slight
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elevations. winds will pick up some in the afternoon and remain breezy through sunday. we are still on schedule for a cold front to interact with southern nevada by saturday night into sunday. rain chances are holding around 30% for las vegas with snow looking to fall at 7000 feet and above; ranging between a trace and three inches. the rain and snow chances bleed into monday but looking to last only until the early morning. after the system departs it will leave us sunny and cool. stay below 60 with overnight lows in the upper 30s a few mornings! winter weather has moved into southern nevada, enjoy! ((ad-lib at desk)) with slight snow chances in the higher elevations. winds will pick up some in the afternoon and remain breezy through sunday. we are still on schedule for a
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night into sunday. rain chances are holding around 30% for las vegas with snow looking to fall at 7000 feet and above; ranging between a trace and three inches. the rain and snow chances bleed into monday but looking to last only until the early morning. after the system departs it will leave us sunny and cool. moved into southern nevada, enjoy! ((ad-lib at desk)) with thanksgiving behind us,
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decorations. the big trend? laser lights...that shine across your homes. 13 action news anchor carla wade... explains while they may light up the neighborhood... they can also pose a serious danger-. the traditional way of decorating for christmas meant getting on the roof untangling lights and spending hours if not days making everything perfect. but of course now there's work. 40:05 this is just a laser light that we picked up last year 47:10 it's a lot easier, a lot faster, and they work even better in my opinion. the potential downside doesn't even involve the user rather the people flying above. last year, the f-a-a reported at least three incidents of laser light displays temporarily blinding pilots! it appears in each case, the
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the air instead. 39:42 we'll be thinking of that when we put our one light up this year. people intentionally shining laser pointers at planes or helicopters has become increasingly problematic in the last five years. just this past spring, hillsborough county deputies arrested a tampa man for shining a laser at the department's chopper! nat - pilot: "you got them." people who get caught fa crime that includes prison time and up to a 250-thousand dollars fine! it's unlikely that the f-a-a will come after you for accidentally shining your display at a plane but you could be asked to re-adjust the lights if it happens. we have breaking news for you near eastern and saint rose.
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is spreading to other nearby houses. we are not sure what caused it, but we have a crew on the way there. just ahead of the holiday shopping season.. america's biggest retail store is coming under fire...for having too many police calls. 2:44 laura walmart is using my public resources as their private security. see how some people are fighting back against walmart... to help save you money... you're watching good mornn las vegas.. we'll be right back on this morning. want to know......
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while shopping this holiday season? the answer is: the same in cities.... across the country. in both.... north las vegas and henderson..... walmart stores..... were the number one locations... for police calls..... last year. contact 13.... chief investigator.... darcy spears reveals..... where police are going more than almost anywhere else. and...
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:35 laura when i saw the numbers i was absolutely shocked. shopper laura salaz spends money at walmart, but she doesn't expect to see so many of her tax dollars spent there. 2:44 laura walmart is using my public resources as their private security. it's not only walmarts in southern nevada....all across the country, [nats] police are responding to scenes like these: two women fighting in the shampoo aisle. thefts in the parking lot, and violent outbreaks at customer service. [nats ktnv file] north las vegas police re walmart on lake mead 441 times in 2015. that's a first place tie with cheyenne condo apartments. and there was another walmart in north town's number 2 spot with 395 calls. nearly all for shoplifting, petit larceny and suspicious situations. :51 laura those are resources that are better used somewhere else. two walmarts are in the top 10 off-strip locations for metro... decatur and charleston and boulder highway and harmon. [nats] henderson police rolled
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in their jurisdiction. almost twice a day. the other henderson walmart on lake mead was the 4th busiest location for cops there. 9:38 darcy are you getting called there too often? capt seekatz no. we're not. captain wade seekatz says when it comes to walmart's call volume--size does matter. he also says walmarts serve as a landmark for entire shopping centers. 3:02 capt seekatz that's going to account for a call to walmart that has nothing to do have a big sign and big name recognition. but leaders in other communities aren't buying it. victor crist hillsborough county florida county commissioner 16,000 calls coming from the walmart stores. that could be very expensive, especially for the taxpayer because you know they're footing the bill. the mayor of beech grove, indiana, where the two women and a child were brawling, is using a new law his city passed declaring walmart a nuisance. beech grove mayor: i've had it with them. if they don't want to become a
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in beech grove, walmart can be fined up to $2500 if police show up too many times in a month. the mayor hopes that will get the corporate giant to hire more staff and security, which laura salaz would like to see our leaders do here. 6:30 laura maybe there should be a tax on walmart per call. that's a question we tried bringing to our leaders. north las vegas police declined an on-camera interview. clark county said they "we're going to take a pass on this." and mayor goodman's office said about it. metro says they go where the calls are and it's up to stores to decide when they need police. starting this week, metro will have extra resources at major retail locations throughout the holiday shopping season. darcy 10 pack tag walmart would not provide an on-camera interview, but they sent a statement saying they're moving aggressively to reduce police calls through their restorative justice program for some shoplifters and by bolstering
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their full statement is on our website with this story at ktnv.com. darcy spears, 13 action news. good morning las vegas.. the people of miami are celebrating... after the announcement of the death of fidel castro, comes hope for many americans. what some young cuban-americans have to say about the news. and two escaped inmates in california are still on the loose.... but deputies are closing in.
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we're free at last. the man that cast so much suffering, so much people to be sad in my countryfidel is dead." cars honking in the streets of miami, celebrating the death of former leader of cuba and commuist dictator fidel castro.
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the celebrations that continue through florida. and donald trump continues to make some key selections for his cabinet this weekend. so who made the cut and what positions are still open? good morning las vegas! i'm ... let's get started with 13 first alert meteorologist dan bronis ((ad-lib)) "freedom. this is everything for young people. this is a huge change for our community and i think a lot of things, good things, are coming for us. "freeom people. community and i think a lot of things, good things, are coming for us. a start to move in later in the day with slight snow chances in we are still on schedule for a cold front to interact with southern nevada by saturday and above; ranging between a trace and three inches. the rain and snow chances bleed
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only until the early morning. after the system departs it lot of good things are coming for this country, for the relationship between us and for the peace and the love that we always had in our country." all night people in florida... paraded through the streets waving the cuban flag, celebrating the death of longtime cuban commuist rule, castro...as we know... served as the island nation's ruler for almost 50 years, longer than any other ruler in north america. now full power transitions to his younger brother, raul castro. raul has been the head of state younger brother, raul castro. raul has been the head of state
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there are still tons of people spilling into the streets over in florida. once the news broke...people were banging on pots and pans.... even fireworks being set off to celebrate the death of fidel castro. :18 to :22 people singing the castro brothers are not very popular in the cuban dense commuities of miami and little celebrations are happening. most of the cubans there are refugees and came to the u-s to escape communist oppression. more parades and celebrations are scheduled through out the day. president-elect -- donald trump isn't taking much vacation time this holiday weekend. yesterday he announced two more staffers to his white-house
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official k-t mcfarland was named deputy national security adviser. and don mcgahn was tapped as white house counsel. his job would be to help separate trump's duties as president from the global-business empire that bears his name. swing-state voters are said to have helped donald trump tremenously on his surprising win. but as the president-elect works to transition to the white house -- green party candidate jill stein has raised millions of dollars to sta crucial states. mary moloney reports. jill stein/2016 green party presidential nominee: "i think it's only natural and it's good for americans to be reassured that our votes are counted." that's what the green party and it's candidate -- jill stein -- want to do. recount votes in michigan -- pennsylvania -- and wisconsin. it comes after a group of voting security experts reportedly told the hillary clinton camp about the
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states. jill stein/2016 green party presidential nominee: "there were lots of hacks taking place around this election. hacks into voter databases, into party databases, into individual email accounts. and what we also know, unfortunately, is that the equipment that we use ... much of it is not just open to hacks. it basically invites hacks and malfeasance, tampering, human error." the director of the wisconsin elections commission says -- there's been no evidence of a problem. mike haas / wi elections commission: "we've not received any complaints or concerns from electionda thought the equipment was not working." george martin/ambassador of peace for jill stein's shadow cabinet: "there is no smoking gun. there's not something that we're pointing to say that this evidence to warrant that our system should be investigated." and the party says it quickly raised the millions required to formally request a recount in those select states. george martin/ambassador of peace for jill stein's shadow
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to the benefit of one candidate over the other. we're doing this for the benefit of the american public. so that we can trust that our votes are counted." i'm mary moloney reporting. at least 33 dakota access pipeline protesters were arrested pipeline protesters were arrested friday, and are to a report of about 100 protesters at kirkwood mall in bismarck, north dakota. police say protesters were asked to leave numerous times property. those who refused to cooperate were taken into custody. officers remained at the mall to maintain safety. the activity did not stop holiday shoppers. two escaped inmates are still on the loose in california but detectives have made some progress. search dogs picked up their scent and there have been some viable sightings. the sheriff is concerned these inmates are getting outside help. she hopes this reward money will push someone to do the right thing, and turn these guys in. elissa harrington has
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tracking dogs joined the manhunt for two escape inmates - who broke out of san clara county's main jail. they did find a scent - the animals followed it more than 7 miles along the guadalupe river - from the path off west hedding street in san jose -- to tasman and lick mill boulevard in santa clara. -- [take: pc/mac/ipad at: 15:28 to: 15:42 duration:0:14] (cg: a couple good tips in the sense where you know, one of them speaks of them being seen in that area. and with the use of the dogs area. so we're getting closer."> -- [notes:please insert mugshots side by side] rogelio chavez and laron campbell have been missing since late wednesday night. sheriff laurie smith says they used some sort of cutting tool to saw through the metal bars of the window, and tied clothing together to form a rope. -- [take: pc/mac/ipad at: 8:15 to: 8:25 duration:0:10] sheriff laurie smithsanta clara county sheriff's office it.
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how can we shore up our one of them - 20-year-old yasindu desilva. he's only been in jail since sunday -- for an armed home invasion. investigators now have an idea of the direction the inmates traveled - and are looking for video cameras along that route. but they still need the public's help. -- [take: sot at: 6:29 to: 6:35 duration:0:06] sot (cg: sheriff laurie smith)
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thousands world wide. we are talking about the "make america great again" 24 karat gold christmas ornament. and it can be yours for a small donation of 124 dollars to donald trump on his official website. the christmas ornament has people who aren't even fans of the president- elect buying them saying "its a cool piece of history." shopping story for you, and it's a little shocking. due to sharp discounts, yesterday the gun sales industry had a major boom on black friday hundreds of shoppers packed into the gun shops and firing ranges all across the u-s to snag sales for guns, ammunition and accessories. some are saying this is because many states passed some harsher
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because guns make a great holiday gift! ((ad-lib)) to start the weekend we will be sunny with highs into the 60s. clouds will start to move in snow chances in the higher elevations. winds will pick up some in the afternoon and remain breezy through sunday. we are still on schedule for a cold front to interact with southern nevada by saturday night into sunday. rain chances are holding around 30% for las vegas with snow looking to fall at 7000 feet and above; ranging between a trace and three inches. the rain and snow chances bleed
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after the system departs it will leave us sunny and cool. highs all of next week look to stay below 60 with overnight lows in the upper 30s a few mornings! winter weather has moved into southern nevada, enjoy! when good morning las vegas returns...it's begginning to
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look a lot like christmas...at our guest joins us with fun family activity you can do today! now let's head to new york for a look at what's coming up on good morning america, ((transcribe)) it's beginning to look a lot
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night they opening the famous ice rink at the boulevard pool! joining me now fedor banuchi, vice president of entertainment over at the cosmo... family! the cosmopolitan celebrated the ice rink's grand opening party last night, how did it go? was there goal when partnering with tao group cares for this event? how did you work together to achieve this goal? what can guests expect at the ice rink this year? how long will the ice rink be open? what are the hours and cost? is there an age
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pool is open through january
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ticket...10 dollars for locals with an id. for more information on special events visit cosmopolitan las vegas dot com slash ice rink we have breaking news for you
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hour ago of a house fire that is spreading to other nearby we are not sure what caused it, but we have a crew there right
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thanks for joining us this morning. good morning america is up next. and join us back here at 8 a-m for with slight snow chances in the rain chances are holding around
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only until the early morning. after the system departs it mornings! winter weather has moved into southern nevada, enjoy! thanks for joining us this
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good morning, america. breaking overnight, cuba's fidel castro, who ruled the country for nearly half a century, dead at age 90. his brother, the current leader, making the announcement. [ speaking a foreign language ] >> with the news spreading the reaction from cuba. and to florida's little havana overnight, the raucous scenes, celebrations in the streets and the hopes for friends and relatives still in the country. >> and i hope the cuban people have freedom tomorrow. >> we look at castro's time in power. >> translator: i am not afraid to say i am a communist. >> facing off against ten presidents, the bay of pigs and the cuban missile crisis bringing the world to the brink of nuclear war.

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