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year old girl. both were taken to the hospital to be checked out, but police do not believe they were harmed. the tacoma police chief just made this statement. :17-: "our sincere condolences go out to the officer's family and friends of our fallen officer.. the law enforcement community in general." investigators say this all started when a police officer was shot multiple times while responding to a domestic neither the suspect or the officer have been identified. happening today-- metro police are taking some big steps to try and keep all of our packages safe during the holidays... but they're going to need your help. we'll have a live report in minutes. but first-- let's get right to greg bennett... watching a roller coaster forecast for us... how cold can we expect it to
mainly sunny skies will be common throughout the day with highs ranging between 52 and 57 degrees. luckily, wind will be mild through the day ranging between calm and 5 mph. as for the next several mornings, las vegas will be just above freeze watch and or warning criteria. highs will hold in the low and mid 50s but by friday, clouds will build and winds pick up mountains but due to the winds, high temperatures for the day feel we are in the low and mid breaking right now--...
we're told the blast happened at a business around one this morning. this is at an underground electrical company. firefighters found the building on fire..and quickly put the flames out. nobody was hurt..and it's still unclear what caused the blast. somebody who lives nearby says the explosion was so strong it shook her home and blew out the window of her patio door. . 1:13-1:15 "it's unfortunate that we're out here
investigating it's third murder case in just 24 hours... and this morning they're searching for multiple people on the run. police tell us around 8 last night, they got multiple calls about gun shots near bonanza and 10th street. they believe two men and a woman in a red jeep cherokee drove up to a home, and at least one of them opened fire. the male victim was hit once in the chest. investigators think the shooting was drug related. tuesday night-- metro officers were called out to two sep fatal shootings. the left scene was near rainbow and windmill, where they say a man confessed to shooting his son. the suspect is now being identified as michael gardenhire. the other murder, started out as a custody dispute between two exes near flamingo and durango. police say a stranger came up and shot the man, right in front of his young son... and ex-girlfriend. carlo concepcion, neighbor 14:41:52:05 it started off with some arguments, lasted a good
but the next thing we knew there was a loud bang last night's deadly shooting makes 157 murders for the year in metro's jurisdiction. officers tell us the record is 167 in 19-96... a number they're hoping they don't break... during the holidays. metro says you can help them find package thieves. but it requires you to hand over some information. marissa kynaston is live near durango and tell us what metro is requesting of home owners today. this is all you need to register your camera-- you can see its only a few questions-- and you can submit it online. the program is called vegas safe cam. its designed to cut back on property crime-- and help police find people responsible for different crimes caught on camera. police say a lot of times-- a homeowner-- or a business owner-- may have caught a crime
so-- that footage never gets to metro-- and is never available for them to help solve that crime. this program hopes to change that. police reports show that theft and property crime increase during the holiday season-- between thanksgiving and new years. later in the newscast-- i'll explain why police say this program can actually help you right now. mk-- 13an. another one bites the dust-- wynn resorts is now revealing properties will start charging people to valet in a couple weeks. it will cost 13 dollars for up to 4 hours.. and then the price goes up after that. self-parking at the wynn and encore will still be free.. for now. caesars just announced all 8 of
charging for parking on december 19th. that does not apply to anyone with a nevada i-d. earlier this year, mgm made the decision to get rid of free parking. locals haven't had to pay... but that deal ends december 29th. now to a 13 action news exclusive... you're seeing first on good morning las vegas. a muslim woman asked to take off her religious head scarf--- at parker collins spoke with the woman... who was left in tears. shot at standup 1 00:00:07-00:00:47 it's hard for louvenia daan to talk about she's a muslim woman who wears a head covering... being without it is like being the peppermill take vo at 00:00:19 daan could not bring herself to take it off... so after speaking with several staff members she left. a restaurant manager told me
their yarmulke. we're told it's a security issue... only at this location on the strip, so the staff can clearly see the customer's face. but daan says she's worn a hijab to work and all around vegas... and says she's never had a problem until now. take sot louvenia daan, muslim woman 19:23:45-19:23:51 "i wear a hijab all day and i see hundreds of thousands of customers and i've never been treated like that ever." 00:00:54-00:01:01 daan hopes peppermill will change its policy... she's even reaching out to the a-c-l-u parker collins 13 action news. there's much more to parker's on later editions of 13 action news... we'll show you the message peppermill sent daan on facebook. c-c-s-d is making a big change in the way it makes important decisions... now some of that power could be in your hands. and a surprising new study about breast cancer here in southern nevada... why do we have higher rates--compared to the rest of the country, and what you can do about it. greg adlibs weather forecast
five percent below the national average...and much lower than in north western nevada.. it's even lower for black and filipina women in southern nevada...researhcers say they tend to be diagnosed at later stages. researchers hope the new u-n-l-v school of medicine can help improve these statistics. attention all parents-- you could have more say in your child's education than ever before... c-c-s-d is creating committees made up of parents, teachers and support staff for every last night, bonanza high held elections for their team members. 15:34:24 joe petrie, bonanza high school principal "the parents on this team will actually make decisions about where we're spending our money, with budget, with staffing." (butted with) 15:41:55 petrie "i'm really looking forward to this idea of being able to see things from another perspective." parents not on the committee will still be able to have their voices heard at open meetings at least once a month. a california mother... kidnapped and beaten... then mysteriously set free. she had a chain around her
that is correct. now her husband is speaking out for the first time-- in an exclusive interview with abc news. and ufc fighter conor mcgregor has been calling out boxing champion floyd mayweather for months... now he's actually taking some action-- that could put him in the ring with mister money himself.
that; coming in around 34 degrees by 7am. please make sure to warm your cars properly, dress yourself and your kids accordingly for the winter-like cold mainly sunny skies will be common throughout the day with highs ranging between 52 and 57 degrees. luckily, wind will be mild through the day ranging between calm and 5 mph.
the next several mornings, las vegas will be just above freeze once more extending into saturday. no rain chances are expected nor the chance for snow to the mountains but due to the winds, high temperatures for the day feel we are in the low and mid 40s! sunny skies return for monday then falling to the upper 40s and low 50s tuesday. fyi.winter does not start until decembe it looks like ufc champion conor mcgregor is ready to make
the fighter now has a boxing license from the state of california. mcgregor is the first fighter to hold ufc titles in two weight divisions, and he's talked before about switching from the octogon to the boxing ring. multiple times he's even called out retired champ floyd mayweather. but just this morning mayweather promotions told espn mcgregor could never fight floyd because of his contract with ufc-- adding they would never let him step into the ring with mayweather because he would get his something beat. hospital this morning after sources say he was treated for exhaustion and dehydration. west was admitted to the hospital last week. the day before he canceled the rest of his concerts on his tour. this was after he cut some shows short...and went on political rants on stage in front of fans.
the husband of that california mother who was kidnapped and tortured... and then mysteriously set free... is now revealing troubling details about the attack, in an abc news exclusive. keith papini: she was chained anytime she was in the vehicle. they opened the door - she doesn't know because they had a bag over her head. they had cut something to free her restraint that was holding her into the vehicle and then kind of pushed her out of the vehicle. sherri papini's captors still we're just getting in more clips from this interview. we'll bring you some of the more astonishing statements in about 30 minutes. he's a world famous doctor and a t-v show... but now doctor oz is facing a serious legal battle... all because of something he said on his show. that's coming up in our gma first look. "(they're watching you?) they're watching the homes."
just above that; coming in around 34 degrees by 7am. please make sure to warm your cars properly, dress yourself and your kids accordingly for the winter-like cold this morning. just in this morning... strip headliner mariah carey will ring in 20-17 with a live performance in times square... she will headline "dick clark's new years r other performers include...country singer thomas rhett...and gloria estefan you can watch the celebration right here on channel 13... in today's gma first look-- tv host doctor oz is now being sued... for a claim he made on his show about imported olive oil. abc's mara schiavocampo has the details. < in this morning's gma first look - an olive oil trade association suing doctor oz over this comment? nats - dr.
buy every day at the super market isn't the real deal. telling his millions of viewers during an episode in may their olive oil might be fake. [gfx] in the suit filed this week, the north american olive oil association saying the famous tv doctor? "willfully and maliciously disseminated ?false information about olive oil" [end gfx] [gfx] the dr oz show tells abc news they will "?aggressively defend the story which was covered by numerous other reputable news organizations." adding that the legal fight coming up at 7am - with your gma first look, i'm new york." > coming up in our next half hour-- a public school decides to segregate their classes a certain way. but after some serious backlash... the federal government is
arrived for the valley! until 8am, las vegas will be under a freeze warning with city wide temperatures mainly hitting a range between 28 and 32 degrees. the center of the city should and your kids accordingly for the winter-like cold this morning. department is asking for your help in finding package thieves. but it requires you to hand over some information. marissa kynaston is live near durango and spring mountain to tell us how this new program works. this is all you need to
and you can submit it online. the program is called vegas safe cam. its designed to cut back on property crime-- and help police find people responsible for different crimes caught on camera. police say a lot of times-- a homeowner-- or a business owner-- may have caught a crime or a suspect on camera-- but didnt even know this program hopes to change that. police reports show that theft and property crime increase holiday season-- between thanksgiving and new years. later in the newscast-- i'll explain why police say this program can actually help you right now. mk-- 13an. v a neighborhood says homeless
they're so worried about their safety-- they feel like their prisoners in their own homes. people living near lake mead and hollywood say homeless people took over this vacant lot, after the stores there went out of business months ago. there's locks and a fence-- but it's not stopping anyone. "you're saying it's a criminal hub back there? absolutely. oh absolutely." (butted with) "they were bothering my dog." her." neighbors tell us they've seen drug deals, and they believe the people their are responsible for attempted break-ins. we reached out to police and the city to see what they're doing to fight the problem, but we're still waiting to hear back from them. one person and their pet are now looking for a new place to state-- after a destructive fire at their home. firefighters say they got multiple calls about a house up in flames near agate and gillespie last night around 7-
fire out. you can see from these pictures most of the damage was contained to the garage. crews are still looking into the cause. no one was hurt. people in the southeast are waking up to serious damage today. five people are dead after tornados touched down in alabama, georgia and tennessee. jackson county, alabama saw some of the worst damage. strong winds knocked down trees and powerlines..and turned buildings into rubble. in georgia--three tornadoes touched down near area. thankfully no one was injured. robin o much wind...everything was flying everywhere. it was bad." (co-worker) "really dark up there...right there in front of us." (robin cook, witness) "the wind was just like.and the whole door just shook." a tornado killed two people in tennessee--a state that's already reeling from a raging wildfire. happening today, president-elect donald trump is kicking off a "thank you" tour following his big election victory. he and vice-president elect mike pence will hold a rally in
states--some he won and others where he didn't do so well. before tonight's rally, trump will head to indianapolis to talk about the deal to keep a thousand jobs and prevent a-c company "carrier" from moving to mexico. steve mnuchin, trump's pick for treasury secretary, said he thought the deal was a terrific opportunity. (steve mnuchin, treasury secretary nominee) "the president-elect and the vice president picked up the phone and called the ceo of the united technologies and told them we want to keep jobs here. can't remember the last time a president did that." the company will also reportedly receive incentives from the state of indiana for staying. this just into our newsroom... hillary clinton's lead continues to grow...it's no over 2 point 5 million... that's five times al gore's lead over george w bush in 2000... her lead is now larger than those of 10 presidnets... a local non-profit is now urging all of our schools in clark county to become "sanctuary schools" ...
the rogers foundation sent letters to k thru 12 schools across the district yesterday-- outlining different safeguards they believe ccsd should put in place. being a "sanctuary school" means they wouldn't turn-in undocumented students to immigration authorities. c-c-s-d has not responded to the proposal, but right now... a petition is circulating at unlv to make it a sanctuary school. the rogers foundation is an organization that gives scholarships to students and grants to art programs. our new hockey team owner is after reports that the u-s army had problems with it, because its elite parachute team has long been known as "the golden knights." bill foley, who's a west point graduate told espn he has complete respect for the army... and "use of the name 'vegas golden knights' was based upon nevada being the largest gold producing state in the country.. and the golden tones of the las vegas strip. he added..
army golden knights.. just as the new york rangers are distinctive from the texas rangers.. or the arizona cardinals are distinctive from the st. louis cardinals." one of the biggest events for our city is starting today! the national finals rodeo is taking over the thomas and mack. the competition runs today through saturday. hundreds of thousands of people are expected to attend. last night, n-f-r held a kick-off event on fremont street. it was their 30th annual downtown ho about ticket prices and all the different n-f-r festivities on our website, ktnv.com before you start decking your halls with bells of holly-- we've got a warning for you. why you need to be extra careful about where you place warning for you. why you need to be extra careful about where you place your holiday decorations... so you don't put your whole home at risk. plus-- (tears) 19:23:03-19:23:11 "it's
in front of a bunch of people and be completely naked." a popular spot on the strip gives a muslim woman an ultimatum... it's a story you'll only see on 13 action news. greg adlibs weather forecast tease and i'm tracking your roads... good morning, coming up on gma, the cleanup begins in alabama, missis days of devastagood morning, coming up on gma, the cleanup begins in alabama, mississippi, and georgia after days of devastating storms-this as fires continue to blaze in tennessee-we are live from the storm zones this morning as
buzz aldrin had to be medically evacuated from the south pole... second person to walk on the moon was on a trip in the antarctic traveling as part of a tourist group. you're looking at a tweet from aldrin from a couple days ago... he was in stable condition when the flight arrived in new zealand this morning we're hearing the radio call moments before that plane crashed into a mountain
"pilot: ms., limamai india flight #2933 is in total failure. total electrical failure and out of fuel." there you hear the pilot trying to tell the air traffic tower the plane was in "total electrical failure" and out of fuel. investigators are confirming the jet didn't have the required amount of fuel. authorities are hoping to have all 71 victims identified by 6 people, including three players from a brazilian soccer team, and two crew members survived the crash. new overnight... the last of four inmates who escaped a califronia jail have been captured... police found 33-year-old rogelio chavez hiding in the attic of a san jose home late last night. he was taken into custody along with a woman who was arrested for helping his escape. chavez along with four others escaped from a northern
sentenced-v here at home... a former molasky junior high teacher who admitted to having an inappropriate relationship with a student will spend at least three years in jail. nicole wilfinger pleaded guilty in august to statutory sexual seduction and sexual conduct between a school employee and a student. she was arrested in april. according to the police report.. the victim was a family friend. the federal government is now stepping in at an idaho elementary school. they say classes ca be divided by boys and girls.. the boise school has divided classrooms by sex for a decade. the school says it was an effort to boost boys performance in reading and writing and girls in math. the u-s department of education says this type of segregation violates title nine...which prohibits gender discrimination in education. leo morales: "and if you teach based on gender stereotypes the outcome can sometimes be very hurtful both for boys and for girls butted with :42-:48 sometimes we do get, well the
favors the boys." the school superintent says they've done a classrooms and they don't plane to have any in the future. do you have a high schooler getting ready for college? today.. you can get some free help... on how to make the transition after graduation easier on the whole family. southeast career and technical academy is hosting a free workshop-- highlighting the difference between college ready-- and college eligible. the event runs from 5 to 8 mountain vista near russell. two local nonprofits now have new vehicles to use thanks to n-v energy. yesterday n-v energy donated two cars from their own fleet. one vehicle went to "building together southern nevada." that group does home repairs for veterans, seniors and the disabled in las vegas. 060532 its a relief for us not to have to go and rent a vehicle to not have to withour sign on it. 060542 the other truck went to transition services.
for more than 4-hundred people with developmental disabilities. google is warning cutomers to stay away from uncertified apps..that hackers are using to infect millions of android phones! the apps are fake and not downloaded from google play. they contain malware that tracks users. it also installs other legitimate android apps, rating them high and fraudulently inflating their reputations. google says it has blocked 150- thousand vers cyberattack. good news for binge-watchers... you can now dowload shows and movies from netflix and watch them offline later... the new feature isn't available for everything on the streaming service. you can download many popular shows including "breaking bad"..."stranger things" and "house of cards" to name a few. the streaming service made the announcement yesterday...
might want to double check where you put those decorations... because it could be a safety danger. the consumer product safety commission wants to remind people that two holiday staples-- candles and trees can be fire risks. if you leave a menorah too close to drapes or other fabric, it can spark a fire in seconds. and if you have a live christmas tree-- make sure you're watering it, espeically if it's covered in lights. elliot f. kaye/cps to make sure that there are no exposed wires. any of the sockets that are not in properly. anything that looks funny about the lights, just throw them out and get a new one. get a new set." safety experts say in under 30 seconds the whole tree could be on fire, which could easily spread through your house. :00-:08 5..4...3..2..1... go! nats of tree lighting it's officially christmas time
is now lighting up the night. thousands gathered in manhattan for the free, but rainy celebration last night. 50-thousand colored lights cover the tree. . arrived for the valley! until 8am, las vegas will be under a freeze warning with city wide temperatures mainly hitting a wide temperatures mainly hitting a range between 28 and 32 degrees. the center of the city should
7am. please make sure to warm your cars properly, dress yourself and your kids accordingly for the winter-like cold this morning. mainly sunny skies will be common throughout the day with between 52 and 57 degrees. luckily, wind will be mild through the day ranging between calm and 5 mph. as for the next several
will be just above freeze watch and or warning criteria. highs will hold in the low and no rain chances are expected nor the chance for snow to the mountains but due to the winds, low 50s tuesday. fyi.winter does not start until december 21st!!! a huge mess on the freeway right now-- a crash blocking yasmeen hassan has what you need to know to avoid all the
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the program is designed to use surveillance video-- to cut back on crime. many people across the valley are turning to surveillance to help keep their homes safe. but right now-- property crimes spike during the holiday season-- with whats called porch pirates. these criminals may follow delivery trucks or mail carriers-- to swipe packages off front porches. and with more and more people shopping online-- and cyber monday packages rolling in-- you could be a target. game, they grab as many as they can, this is like a full time job for some of these thieves the good news-- the vegas safe cam program is free-- everything is confidential-- and you can unregistered at any time. mk-- 13an.
morning... a woman says she was forced to leave a popular strip restaurant after management asked her to take off her religious headscarf. parker collins is at the peppermill to explain. shot at standup 1 00:00:07-00:00:47 it's hard for louvenia daan to talk about she's a muslim woman who wears she was asked to take it off the peppermill take vo at 00:00:19 daan could not bring herself to take it off... so after speaking with several staff members she left. a restaurant manager told me this is a policy they've had for ten years. and this had nothing to do with religion... they've even asked people of the jewish faith to take off their yarmulke. we're told it's a security issue... only at this location on the strip, so the staff can clearly see the customer's face. but daan says she's worn a hijab to work and all around vegas... and says she's never had a problem until now.