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i don't really give a what you're holding me in. you're just making it worse man. you. you are worthless. (butted with) "i see you outside on the street i'm going to smack the out of you. your honor i think we need to - can we bring him back? he's got charges-- and his bail was raised to 75- thousand dollars. we're following breaking news for you this morning-- more than 70 people killed in a an and we are now learning a 6th survivor has been found in the wreckage. the charter plane took off from an airport in bolivia and was carrying 72 passengers and 9 crew members...including players from a brazilian soccer team. among the survivors are at least three soccer players...two crew members...and one journalist. we are learning the plane declared an emergency before the crash...but investigators are still trying to piece together what happened.. we'll stay on top of that
home.. our big story of the morning... a major drop in temperatures. greg... just how cold can we expect it to get today? cold front has passed and chilly air takes over as it is whipped into the valley. mainly sunny skies will be common throughout southern nevada but highs in the city will only range between 54 and 59 degrees. on top of the cold air, winds will be whipping up from the north between 10 and 20 mph between 44 and 49 degrees! right now-- wildfires are
southeast... forcing thousands to evacuate overnight from popular tourists spots like "dollywood" in tennessee. owners are trying to protect hotels and lodges already lit up with holiday lights. more than 1t are trapped at ripley's aquariam of the smokies. at least 100 homes have burned. the fires are being fanned by strong winds, and the worst drought in a decade. smokypresserwvlt 01;01;00;15 gatlinburg fire chief greg miller: if you're a person of prayer, we could use your prayers ground crews are struggling to put out the flames. and helicopters are not allowed to fly because of the dangerous conditions. police officers across the
five officers were shot in the past week. now--local law enforcement is talking about what those shootings mean for their families. marissa kynaston joins us live from nhp headquarters with more on the conversations officers and their families are having now. officers and troopers tell me-- everyday they walk out those doors and step into their patrol cars-- it could be the last time they see their families. in just over a week-- there across the country. san antonio-- st louis-- detroit-- and in many of these cases-- departments say their officers were targeted. law enforcement agencies across the valley have stepped up their safety procedures. they say when targeted shootings are happening across the country-- its always hard to leave their family at home. 22:53:20:11 they're a big part of our lives, just like any other family, when we go home, but they know when we leave
up for 22:53:30:04 adlibs right now-- a man is fighting for his life after being hit by an r-t-c bus. metro says the man was jaywalking near mlk and alexander around 7 last night he was rushed to the hospital in critical condition. no one else was hurt. police do not believe drugs or alcohol were a factor in the crash. motorcycle riders are demanding safety changes... at an intersection they call a "death trap." and now we're hearing from one man who nearly lost his life there. riders say at rainbow and oquendo you can't tell where the road ends and where the sidewalk begins.
than 8- thousand views... in just a day. it's all shadows! there aren't any lights... its nothing! (white flash) 4:21-4:25 "black on black on black! this is where my buddy hit!" leroy benavidez believes this is what caused him to crash there two months ago-- leaving with him a long list of injuries he's still recovering from today. leroy benavidez 20.01.55.00 "the cones and barrels put there after my accident are now gone again. so the next guy coming down through there can't see it. it makes you angry." (buttedwith) 20.01.20.00 "how much time does it take to put a barrel or a flashing light." we reached out to the county, and they say they will be looking into the issue. only on 13 action news... students and faculty at u-n-l-v are trying to spark change... after this year's presidential election. they want the school to protect
a campaign promise to deport millions of them. parker collins is live on campus with more on what's being done. this petition has been going around campus it was started by faculty here one of the writers tells me it has hundreds of signatures it's addressed to the president and provost it's addr the president and provost the reason? they want to create a safe place for undocumented immigrants affiliated with unlv this isn't just a symbolic gesture... if the deferred action for childhood arrivals executive action is taken away... 21:01:26-21:01:32 "they should be more than welcome to come here because you know everyone comes to america to pursue happiness." they plan on handing over the letter next month. several schools across the nation have similar letters going around reporter live parker collins thirteen action
workers fighting for higher pay are protesting on las vegas boulevard. they're gathering at the mcdonald's across from the mirage. it's all part of the push to get the federal minumim wage raised to 15 dollars an hour. uber drivers are also joining in the fight. tonight at 5, protesters plan to march from the carls junior mcdonalds on paradise and sahara. some big cabinet announcements are expected from president elect donald trump.. but this morning-- trump is tweeting about something completely unrelated... we've got the latest target of his twitter account...
the president elect tweeted out this morning- "nobody should be allowed to burn the american flag - if they do, there must be consequences - perhaps aloss of citizenship or year in jail1" many critics are slamming that tweet, saying burning the u-s flag is protected as a form of free speech. meanwhile, sources tell cnn, georgia representative tom price will be trump's health and human services secretary pick. price is a former orthopedic obamacare. the battle over who will be secretary of state continues to heat up. he's said to be meeting with mitt romney for a second time today. back here in the valley.... a family is reunited with their christmas decorations days after they were stolen from their front porch. after we aired the surveillance video from the home near cactus and jones last week, the family says crime stoppers was flooded with tips and detectives were able to track down the thieves and recover the decorations.
told police he saw the story on the news and planned to return the stolen items. there's been a recent increase in women being attacked... sometimes kidnapped while they are out jogging. and there are some simple things you might be doing... that's making you an easier target and you don't even know it. we've got some tips to keep you safe-- next. "you screamed at me from across the store like an animal." a woman shopping inside michaels lashes out at a store employee... but wait until you set the customer off on her 20 minute rant...
school bus crash in tennessee just appeared in court.... johnthony walker is facing multiple charges including vehicular homicide after a deadly school bus crash in chattanooga tennessee... his next court date is this morning we're getting an update on the students still recovering in the hospital. the school's superintendent says 5 students are still hospitalized. three of them are critical-- the other two are in fair
cold front has passed and chilly air takes over as it is whipped into the mainly sunny skies will be common throughout southern nevada but highs in the city will only range between 54 and 59 degrees. on top of the cold air, winds will be whipping up from the north between 10 and 20 mph through most of the day with an occasional gust between 25 and 35 mph. this gives the valley a
tomorrow morning, a freeze warning will be in place for the city due to temperatures dropping to between 28 and 32 degrees during the hours of 2am and 8am. please check your pipes, pets, plants, and elderly friends and family member to make sure you are prepped for freezing conditions. low to mid 50s for highs will be common through saturday with sunday increasing temperatures to the upper 50s and lower 60s. a new front will pass but only bring in another breeze friday and saturday and a few extra the welcome to north las vegas sign has undergone a major
police in california spent the night interviewing sherri papini...the mother of two who was found after going missing for three weeks. they're looking for any clues that could lead to her abductors... papini described two hispanic women who took her in california. police believe they are armed and dangerous... investigators say they are also looking into papini's past including a previous divorce.. papini is just the latest woman to be abducted while she was police around the country are urging women to be on higher alert while they're out excercising. the first tip-- run in a group or at least with a partner. try and avoid baggy clothes and pony tails.... you might not think about this... but police say those two things make it easier for someone to grab and drag you away. also-- ditch the ear phones. tzatzil lemair founder of "tough cookies" the earlier that i can hear somebody approaching me, or that i can see somebody approaching me
better chance at getting away to comeplace safe. the last tip is to make sure you always tell someone, a friend or family member... when you're going out ofr a job. make sure they know what route you'll be running, and how long you expect to be gone. new this morning-- video showing a michael's customer lashing out at a store employee is now going viral. you hear the customer screaming and yelling at the worker. a witness who took t says it started when the woman and employee were arguing about a re-usable shopping bag. the woman was claiming she was being discriminated against... because she's white. :00-:04 "you screamed at me from across the store like an animal." (butted with) martha spalding/customer tc 2:53"i just thought it was disgusting... take her out of there." jessie tc 8:30"she wasn't seeing these people as human. a spokesperson for michaels says they are investigating the "unfortunate incident". the woman in the video is
it's being called the "golden ticket of beer"-- how you can win free tickets to the super bowl for life! plus! "lady on this flight just opened the door and jumped out of the plane" a woman tries to escape from her flight... just seconds after landing. abc is digging deepter into the case-- coming up in our gma first look. and a manhunt is underway right now-- for a man who assaulted a young girl at a valley apartment complex. to make sure this man is caught as soon as possible.
cold front has passed and chilly air takes over as it is whipped into the valley. mainly sunny skies will be common throughout southern nevada but highs in the city will only range between 54 and 59 degrees. on top of the cold air, winds will be whipping up from the through most of the day with an occasional gust between 25 and in today's gma first look.... a bizarre security scare at a
emergency exit just after landing... and makes a run for it. abc's david kerley has the details < in this morning's gma first look i'm david kerley. passengers on this jet were stunned... nats: "lady on this flight just opened the door and jumped out of the plane" landing in houston from new orleans... but not at the gate... the emergency door... gone.... as well as a passenger... spotted on video... obtained by kprc ...she's seen running across the tarmac towards the terminal. but authorities quickly realize this is not threat...but a nats: psychiatric problem. airport response team 92. the woman hospitalized overnight.... but.... this is not the first time ... we've seen flight attendants who decided to quit...by deploying the emergency chutes...and bailing out of the aircraft and their jobs... we'll have more details coming up at 7am plus the latest on the airport's worker strike at chicago's ohare airport. with gma's first look i'm
> a woman watches helplessly as strangers ransack her home! her surveillance cameras caught it all... but they coudln't stop from becoming a target thousands of miles away. now she has a warning for all homeowners. and happening now-- protests for higher pay on las vegas boulevard. marissa kynaston just got to the rally going on now at a mcdonald's we'll hear from her
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it starts out innocent-- but one women found herself and right now-- workers from all over the valley are taking over part of the strip... fighting for higher pay. it's part of a nationwide day of rallies and marches. we've got marissa kynaston at the mcdonald's right across from the mirage. marissa what is it looking like out there now? right now-- fast food-- airport-- health care-- and child care workers are all
chilly air takes over as it is whipped into the valley. mainly sunny skies will be common throughout southern nevada but highs in the city will only range between 54 and 59 degrees. on top of the cold air, winds will be whipping up from the north between 10 and 20 mph through most of the day with an occasional gust between 25 and 35 mph. this gives the valley a feel-like temperature range between 44 and 49 degrees! a new scam seems to be targeting elderly woman on the
and the victims tell us the scam is in person-- and it's scary. all the women we spoke to were between the age 79 and 91, and they all go to the same hair salon near nellis and sahara. they say strangers came up to them saying something is wrong a few women paid 600 to fix the problem. but one, says the crook turned violent and stole her 4-carat ring right off her finger! i just started beating him in the face with the cell phone in my hand with the nails as far and as deep as i coudl just gouge him (butted with) "i was just sitting in my car crying....trying to piece everything together in my mind of what had happened" police officers told the
targeting elderly women. a dream vacation nearly ruined... when a woman's home gets ransacked... all while she's halfway around the world. and now the victim believes she knows what made her a target. the woman says she was in thailand-- when her home security company called her... letting her know there was activity inside her house near durango and flamingo. she pulled up the video feed, and watched from thousands of miles away... as the thieves went through her dollars worth of jewelry, clothing-- and her mercedes. i had to sleep with the lights on, cause i dont know if someone's gonna come back or break in. the homeowner thinks this note from century link tipped the crooks off that no one was in the home. police are still searching for the thieves. if you think you recognize them... please call metro. 2:17-2:22 "anybody who sexually assaults a child is a top priority and would absolutely
promising to do everything they can... to track down the man who sexually assaulted a little girl on thanksgiving day. officers say the 8 year old and her brother were playing outside their apartment near lake mead and buffalo. a man approached them, and told the little boy to go inside. that's when the little girl was assaulted. police believe this was an isolated incident, but they want to find this man before another child is hurt. officers tell us they are investigating every tip and lead they get-- nothing i new video just in this morning shows first responders rescuing the sixth survivor of a deadly plane crash in colombia... officials say the man was found under the fuselage just a few hours ago... he is one of six survivors...at least 70 people died in the crash...many of those who were killed were members of a brazilian soccer team... and this morning the soccer
barcelona and real madrid held a minute of silence before their practices this morning to honor the brazilian team that was on that plane. many teams have shared messages on twitter expressing their condolences to the victims and their families.... investigators are just beginning to look into what caused the plane to crash in colombia... students are back in class at ohio state university as investigators try and pinpoint why a suspect went on a violent rampage on campus. police and the fbi are scouring the suspect's apartment..and lookin they found an anti-us rant posted to facebook just minutes after yesterday's attack. police think he may have become radicalized by isis. days ago..the group posted a video encouraging knife attacks on non- believers. 11 people were hurt in the attack, one is critical condition. the suspect was killed by police. only on 13 action news... some students and professors at u- n-l-v want to protect illegal immigrants from
follows through on a campaign promise.. they're calling for the university to become a sanctuary campus. parker collins is live at u-n-l-v to explain what that means... this petition has been going around campus it was started by faculty here one of the writers tells me it has hundreds of signatures it's addressed to the president and provost the reason? they want to create a safe place for undocumented this isn't just a symbolic gesture... if the deferred action for childhood arrivals executive action is taken away... the signers want to make sure the university won't turn over names and information to authorities. conrad pilapio, unlv student 21:21:29-21:21:41 "i value my citizenship and i think to accept illegal aliens in any form cheapens the value of my citizenship and that would just be horrible." butted anita revilla, associate
most of them are paying fully out of pocket." they plan on handing over the letter next month. several schools across the nation have similar letters going around reporter live parker collins thirteen action news. and new this morning... u-n-l-v's newspaper has a new name... the rebel yell will now be known as scarlet & gray free press. the change comes after staff became concerned that the name "rebel yell" is a nod to the confederacy and advocates institutionalized racism. the paper says the name was chosen after the staff did a survey on campus. a valley woman says her apartment is being taken over by a deadly visitor! she's turned to management for help-- but now she's asking 13 action news to step in. and when you ask.. we investigate. plus-- a passenger on a plane caught on camera yelling at
now the airline is going above and beyond to set things straight. greg adlibs weather forecast tease and happening now-- protests for higher pay on las vegas boulevard. this is a live picture at a mcdonald's near the mirage. you can see a large crowd of people. marissa kynaston is there now-- she's says metro officers are crowds (take sot) good morning, coming up on gma, breaking overnight-that deadly plane crash in colombia-a flight carrying more than 80 people joins us live with all the
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after eating a thanksgiving dinner. the meal was served at an american legion hall..and fed holiday. over the weekend, eight people were hospitalized suffering from nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. three of those people died..while four were treated and released. one remains in the hospital. we're told all the victims live in a group home together.. sot: mcnitt "all of the patients are associated with the same living facility, so it's unclear if the illness is releated to the thanksgiving day event or to the living
testing samples of the food. the man...who caused a scene on a delta flight...yelling at hillary clinton supporters....is now banned from the airline for life-- but delta is going one step further to try and make things right. "this man knows what's up. we got some hillary (bleep) in here?" (butted with) "you can hear me....donald trump, baby!" (butted with) "he went off the plane for like 15 minutes, delaying our flight. then he came back on and said 'this is what you get for being a patriot', loudly for t sat down." the airline is now apologizing for not removing the man from the flight. on top of that... the company's c-e-o says the airline is also refunding the cost of tickets for the other passengers on the flight from atlanta to allentown, pennsylvania. a woman turns to 13 action news for help-- because she says her apartment is infested with scorpions. the woman tells us she saw the first scorpion in her apartment near rancho and oakey around
insects keep coming back... and she even kept one in a plastic container to prove it. 16.27.23 "they're very deadly to dogs and infants 28 and the neighbors below me have infants and i have two puppies 31 and it's really scary 32 im more so scared for them than i am for myself 35 management tells us they spray apartments for scorpions any time a someone calls to complain. cyber monday may not have lost all its steam! early estimates are finding shopper spent around 3-point-36 billion dollars.. from last year. but some websites coudln't handle the holiday rush. there were reports that nordstrom, banana republic, the gap and old navy's sits went down. most of them were back up within a few minutes. it was a successful "pawlidayz" at zappos this year. it was a successful "pawlidayz" at zappos this year. from black friday to cyber monday... the company was overing frombla. the company was overing the adoption fees for animals at
goal of getting 9-thousand pets into forever homes across the country. a seattle man is proving that a terminal illness can't stop you from fulfilling your dreams--- and in his case.. his goal was completing a full marathon! running with his oxygen tanks and his wife by his side... evan wilson finished all 26-point-two miles. he has pulmonary fibrosis, and pulmonary hypertension... which makes it difficult for him to breathe. let anything slow him down. "aw! congratulations. that was so amazing." (butted with) "it feels good. best part of today is being done." wilson says he hopes he's made a difference... by bringing in more donations for research that he says is desperately needed and drastically underfunded. also happening today...some lucky c-c-s-d students are getting a free field trip to go
are going today! it's all because of a partnership between c-c-s-d and sundance helicopters... students won't take a helicopter however...they'll take a bus. there will be more trips district leaders will be selecting more classes to go in the future. mother nature is giving lee canyon ski resort some much needed help this morning. the resort got its first serious snow fall over the weekend. lee canyon was forced to delay the traditional opening the day after thanksgiving because there wasn't any snow. they're now using snow guns on the mountain as they get ready to hopefully open december 9th. our 13 days of giving is officially underway.. to make sure every child in the valley receives gifts this holiday season. 13 action news.. the nevada highway patrol and findlay toyota are asking you to donate a new unwrapped toy
findlay toyota..... nevada coin mart..... and other valley locations. for a complete list.... see k-t-n-v dot com. findlay toyota..... nevada coin mart..... and zippy shell..... are proud sponsors of 13 action news and "the 13 days of giving". cold front has passed and chilly air takes over as it is whipped into the valley. mainly sunny skies will be common throughout southern nevada but highs in the city will only range between 54 and 59 degrees. on top of the cold air, winds will be whipping up from the north between 10 and 20 mph through most of the day with an occasional gust between 25 and
feel-like temperature range between 44 and 49 degrees! tomorrow morning, a freeze warning will be in place for the city due to temperatures dropping to between 28 and 32 degrees during the hours of 2am and 8am. please check your pipes, pets, plants, and elderly friends and family member to make sure you are prepped for freezing conditions. low to mid 50s for highs will be common through saturday with sunday increasing temperatures to the upper 50s and lower 60s. a new front will pass but only bring in another breeze friday clouds thursday and friday. we are following breaking news this morning... we just found a picture taken on the plane that crashed in
crash in colombia... this is from one of the player's snapchats...he sent this while he was on the plane to him. he also survived. at least one other player survived the crash...right now investigators at this hour are still combing through the wreckage of that charter plane... at least 75 people were killed in the crash... including soccer players...crew members and journalists.... happening now-- workers from all over the valley are
uber drivers are also joining mcdonalds on paradise and sahara. mk-- 13an. only on 13 action news... students and faculty at u-n-l-v are trying to spark change... after this year's presidential election. they want the school to protect illegal immigrants if president elect trump follows through on a campaign promise to deport millions of them. parker collins is live on campus with more on what's being done. this petition has been going around campus it was started by faculty here one of the writers tells me it has hud addressed to the president and provost the reason? they want to create a safe place for undocumented immigrants affiliated with unlv this isn't just a symbolic gesture... if the deferred action for childhood arrivals executive action is taken away... the signers want to make sure the university won't turn over names and information to
good morning, america. breaking news, a deadly plane crash. at least 75 people killed after a flight carrying this soccer team plummets to the ground. just miles from the airport. at least five people make it out alive. state of emergency, mass evacuations as dozens of wildfires tear through the southeast. >> if you are a person that prays, we could use your prayers. 10,000 animals abandoned as orange haze surrounds resort after resort. the growing fires threatening dolly parton's theme park. 100 homes burning as firefighters pour in to battle the blazes. new details about what may have turned this honor student into a terrorist -- going on a rampage with his car then slashing people, injuring 11. >> he was trying to hurt as many as he could. >> the hero officer who stopped him and new clues about the suspect's past.