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carey right now. dayna todd... adlib home neighbors tell us it was two grandparents and their young grandchild who were saved by firefighters..as flames ripped through their home. north las vegas fire-- got reports of the blaze right after 7 last night. they said when they got here...the two grandparents and the child were trapped inside of the home...which was fulled with heavy smoke and flames. really do but it's so hard to see this happen so close to your house as of last check-- all three of them were in hospital...in critical condition. at 5:30 hear more from this neighbor...and why he says...other family members were just minutes away..when the fire broke out. some high winds in our forecast. greg-- how cold is that wind
last night near ann and simmons. police tell us all the vehicles involved were going different directions. they say a sedan had just passed through a stop sign when the motorcycle crashed into it... sending the sedan head-on into an suv. the man on the motorcycle died from his injuries. two people in the sedan were taken to the hospital in stable condition. investigators are now looking into whether speed or alcohol were factors.
killed a woman and sent a man to the hospital. officers coudln't even go inside the house at first due to high levels of gas... when they did go inside they found a woman had died...in the home near rainbow and gowan. police have not given an update on the man's condition. now neighbors are on concerned saying cops have been called out to that home before... :47:54/valento "there are children in the neighborhood, my house is in jeopardy-my family has to go through this all the time." (butted with) :09:53/angie turner/next door carbon monoxide poisoning-that's really scary." metro has not confirmed exactly what issues they have had at the home before. a pregnant mother says she has to move out of her apartment-- because it's infested with rats. she claims management isn't doing enough to fight the infestation... and now she's worried about her family's health. "oh it's bleeding! ew! his face is stuck on it!" christina dalton says she's caught 7 rats since october...
she says the rodents climb in through various holes management refuses to fix. dalton tells us the complex is deposits and first month's rent, and it's christmas time." our crews went to the office to ask them what they were doing about the rat problem, but they said they had no comment. in just a few hours... clark county school board about two very big topics-- re-organizing the district.... and converting underperforming schools into charter schools. it starts at 8-30 at the vegas p-b- s building on flamingo and mcleod. the meeting is open to the public, and there will be a section for people to make comments. up to six schools across our state that have been labeled as "underperforming" will be converted into charter schools. this is a list of the 9 being considered. the changes would take effect next school year. right now...the first direct
airport.... at last check the flight is expected to land around 10:30 this morning. the new direct route from "high-non airlines" is part of the effort to bring more chinese tourists to the valley. they are one of our fastest-growing and largest-spending groups of international visitors. another effort to bring more tourists from asia...is the new lucky dragon hotel on the strip... the asian-themed resort has been open for a couple weeks...but they're holding an update this morning to a story you only saw on 13 action news. peppermill resorts is now changing their policies, after a muslim woman says she was told to remove her religious headscarf or leave the business. the restaurant manager inside the "fireside lounge" at the peppermill told louvenia daan it was a policy they had for 10 years... and it was a security issue.. not a religious one. but hours after our story about her aired, the company told us
policy, and decided its no longer necessary. a pastor is now suing a toyota dealership... claiming a salesman a pastor is now suing a toyota dealership... claiming a salesman took something off his phone-- and completely violated his and his wife's privacy... recall to warn you about... we'll tell you what you need to be checking your refrigerador for this morning. greg adlibs weather forecast tease chopper 13 bringing you breaking news fast and first.. new this morning-- trader
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car crash into a white s-u-v... then the blue car almost runs over a pedestrian! that pedestrian amazingly wasn't hit by the car beause it ran into a pole first reports indicate no one was seriously hurt. new this morning-- trader joe's is now recalling some hummus products becuase they could be contaminated with listeria. only the white bean and basil product on the right was sold here in nevada. you'll ant to look for a "use
15th. customers should discard the hummus immediately or return it for a full recall. a texas pastor is now suing a toyota car dealership... claiming a salesman stole nude picture's of the pastor's wife from his phone... and sent them to a swingers website. the man says he downloaded a credit application on his phone, and then handed it over to the salesman. tim gautreaux: "i was shocked when i found out that my private photos had been looked through. then sent to an email address swinger's website." --butted to-- claire gautreaux: "we were at a toyota dealership to buy a car and not to share anything about our lives with the people there." well-known attorney gloria allred is now taking the pators case. the toyota dealership says they can't comment, because the lawsuit is pending. coming up... it's a serious problem the majority of women are dealing with... missy (engineering): i have been sexually harassed
(politics): this is my experience now abc news is digging deeper on what we all can do... to prevent sexual harrassment in the workplace. that's next. a valley woman desperate to move out of her apartment after she's violently robbed. management says no-- so now she's turning to 13 action news for help! and live drive is on the move this morning-- keeping an eye on our roads. dan's got the latest on your
high elevations. a wind advisory is up from 7am this morning to 10pm tonight for the following areasmesquite, moapa, overton, boulder city, lake mead, lake las vegas, las vegas, pahrump, indian springs and the spring mountain range will see gusts between 30 and 40 mph with 10am to 3pm being the best window for the strongest winds. high temperature range for the valley today will be between 50 and 57 degrees which means it may feel like between 39 and 46 temperatures rebound to the upper 50s through the unfortunate news is that another front makes its way conditions tuesday into wednesday morning. mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies will be common. this just in... house speaker paul ryan is speaking out this morning about
speaking out this morning about donald trump's pick for secretary of defense. ryan says general james mattis is quote "exactly the rigt choice to lead the pentagon." an abc news investigation finds 60 percent of women... have experienced sexual harassment in the workplace-- but that wasn't the most surprising discovery. statistics show 70-percent of women who experience harassment at work never report it.... because they're afraid of job retaliation. and what some women don't realize.. is "gender based putdowns" can also be a form of sexual harassment. rj: // have you ever been referred to as a girl, doll, babe or honey at work. 10 hands raised (cut to) rj:
(laughter?) // majority raise hands (butted with) jy: sexual harassment is very much about power. // but sexual harassment doesn't always involved propositioning. // it can involve demeaning comments, crude language, that makes women feel like they're in a hostile work environment. that was the head of the federal commission that investigates harassment in the workplace. she says one thing everyone can do to help... is talking to our children. discussing with boys why this girls know they should always speak up if someone is making them uncomfortable. developing this morning-- the obama administration says it will challenge a federal court's decision to block a new rule that would expand over time for millions of americans. the labor department filed the appeal yesterday, which is when the rule would have taken effect. it would have made around 4 million more people eligible for overtime pay. 21 states sued to block the measure. our attorney general adam
13 action news is helping a woman feel safe again-- after she was violently attacked in front of her apartment. jennifer robinson says she was coming home one night in septmeber, when a pair of thieves attacked her with a hammer... knocking her out. they got away with her purse, cell phone and car. she decided it was time to move, but the property manager wouldn't let her out of her lease. our contact 13 team called management and they decided to let her off the hook. then, after seeing our story-- night. where i move, i can sleep good. months. if you're ever having an issue-- you can send an email to "13 investigates-at- ktnv-dot-com" still ahead... a u-n-l-v professor is in some hot water over a controversial topic hot water over a controversial topic on campus... students are demanding he is punished for what he said...
percent in november... employers added over 170-thousand jobs last month in all the destruction from those tornadoes in tennesee-- their miracle baby, who was born right in the middle of the storms. amber newman says she was hiding in the bathroom-- when her home was thrown into the air, and flipped several times. first responders had to walk nearly 3 miles to get to her, and then it took 4 hours to drive to the hospital. amber newman, mother: "it definitely is a blessing that everybody is fine and came out all right." and there you can see baby ava
the family says they have been getting donations from the community to help them out since their home was destroyed. looks like that front has passed over head and now we are getting the southeastern edge of high pressure! this means partly cloudy skies will be common along with breezy to gusty conditions for the valley and high elevations. a wind advisory is up from 7am this morning to 10pm tonight for the following areasmesquite, moapa, mead, lake las vegas, searchlight, primm and laughlin. these areas should see gusts up to 50 mph. las vegas, pahrump, indian strongest winds. in today's gma first look... newly released surveillance
bomb case in philadelphia. abc's linsey davis is following the story. < in this morning's gma first look... this morning philadelphia police, the fbi and the bureau explosive device that left a man with serious injuries. sot police chief "this person did in fact drop the parcel at the location" in this newly released surveillance video believed to be related to the package bombing incident last week, you can see the man put something on the doorstep and then casually walk down the street for several blocks. police describe the man as
lumberjack, 'elmer fudd'-style hat with the ear flaps down and a baseball hat underneath. police have not yet found a motive - but say the package was addressed to 60- year-old jim alden - in this photo from his hospital bed you can see injuries from the shrapnal on his face, chest and arms. with your gma first look, i'm linsey davis. > a community tired of the crime some unwanted homeless neighbors are bringing to their area... finding out what the county is doing about the homeless issue... in the entire valley. that's coming up in our next half hour. reporter adlibs tease it's making me sick to my stomach happening now at five..a man is nearly brought to tears after it's making me sick to my
in time. 13 action news anchor lesley marin is live near civic center and carey ... with an emotional reaction from fire. dayna todd... adlib home neighbors tell us it was two grandparents and their young grandchild who were saved by firefighters..as flames ripped through their home. north las vegas fire-- got reports of the blaze right after 7 last night. they said when they got here...the two grandparents and the child were trapped inside of the home...which was fulled with heavy smoke and flames.
1:48-1:56 it's kind of heartbreaking it's making me sick to my stomach as of last check-- all three of them were in hospital...in critical c lesley marin 13 an the red cross is now helping two people who lost their home... and their pet in a fire last night. crews were called out to the mobile home near pecos and gowan around 5 p-m. no one was home at the time, and the fire department is still looking into what sparked the flames.
:18-:22 "things went from windy lyle and james wood heard from their mother.... sadly the 70-year-old didn't make it out of her tennessee cabin alive ahead of massive wildfires in gatlinburg... this morning we're getting new images in of the damage in tennessee.... you can see on your screen the before and after images....everything there is just scorched... at least 10 people have died in at least 80 others are injured. the fire has burned thousands of acres and burned more than 7-hundred buildings... national firefighters have been working around the clock to get the fires under control in gatlinburg...and to look for any more survivors... these five firefighters fell asleep right on the sidewalk after working for 30 hours straight! right now... authorities are investigating the death of an infant who passed away at a lake mead
a good samaritan heard screams for help and ran to the child. he performed c-p-r until paramedics arrived--but it was too late. the coroner hasn't released the cause of death. students, teachers, and activists from all over the valley are now demanding a unlv math teacher lose his job... because of his facebook comments about undocumented immigrants. screenshots of the conversation are now going viral. assistant professor george buch says he would report students in his class if he found out they were undocumented. the comments are getting mixed "i think that as we stirve torward become a sanctuary campus we cant continue to allow them to hold positions at unlv. yesterday students and faculty held a press conference with immigration activists calling on the university's president to discipline buch and make u-n-l-v a sanctuary school. buch told the school's newspaper he is extremely sorry for the comments that were intended to be a joke.
city. the debate generated nearly 1- hundred 14 million dollars in publicity. that's more than double what was originaly projected. officials say hosting the debate confirmed las vegas' reputation as more than just a tourist destination -- but also as a serious place to do business. soundbite donald trump, us president- elect: "we denounce all of the hatred. // we have to come together, president-elect donald trump is on his victory tour right now in ohio. while he's condeming bigotry and prejudice it seems like he's returning to some of his more controversial campaign topics... soundbite donald trump, president- elect: "we will construct a great wall at the border. butted with :58-1:04 trump: we had a lot of fun fighting hillary clinton?. (and smiled as the crowd chanted "lock her up.") earlier yesterday trump also visited a carrier manufacturing plant in indianapolis...
company in the u-s rather than moving to mexico. senator bernie sanders has criticized the deal saying trump has signaled to corporations they can now threaten to offshore jobs in exchange for tax incentives. our 13 days of giving toy drive is in full swing. with your help we're trying to make the holidays special for children at the las vegas rescue mission. 20 month old (dray-vin) dravyn moore and his mom constance are among the thousands of people who depend on the nonprofit so streets. one promise i broke to myself is my son would never know what a shelter was, but sometimes unforeseen circumstances cause things to happen in our lives. we're safe. that's the main thing for him. we have some place to sleep constance is now looking for a job and trying to find daycare for dravyn. she is grateful the las vegas rescue mission is helping make sure her son has a merry
of these locations around the valley. and tomorrow... our whole morning team will be at n-h-p's southern command office on decatur and sunset. while you drop off a toy, you can also get a free car seat. nhp will be replacing or giving away up to 100 new seats. stop by between 8 a-m and noon. findlay toyota, nevada coin mart and zippy shell are proud sponsors of 13 action news and the 13 days of giving. we've all probably heard from a doctor that exercise is good but did you know certain exercises can double your ability to fight heart disease... we'll tell you what those are... greg adlibs weather forecast tease
right now-- things are looking good... dan will have all your drive things are looking good... dan will have all your drive times next. coming up on gma, president elect donald trump on a post-election 'thank you' tour -riling up a rally in cincinnati- and making a surprise announcement-- picking general james mattis for secretary of state -- trump's senior advisor kellyanne conway joins us this discuss the latest in trump's
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more than 680-thousand sedans because the front seat belts may not hold people in a crash! the recall covers certain 2013 to 2016 ford fusion, 2013 to 2015 lincoln m-k-z and 2015 and 2016 ford mondeo cars. most of the cars are in the u-s canada and mexico ford says it knows of two injuries related to the seatbelt problems.... the recall is expected to begin on jan. 16....dealers will fix the
a community dealing with the homeless-- and now 13 action news... is pushing for some accountability. our investigative team talked to county commissioner marilyn kirkpatrick... about the complaints that homeless people are taking over the abandoned buildings near lake mead and hollywood. kirkpatrick tells us she goes out there weekly to talk to them, and insists the county is tackling the homeless issue as a whole. and there's a new initiative coming next year. 17.35.38 its a case management have mental illness, so we need to ensure that they can get the medications and they can get the proper follow ups 48 kirkpatrick also said she would send code enforcement back out to the buildings to make sure no one was sleeping there. v a terrifying close call at a middle school near salt lake city...when police say a student fired a shot in a classroom. but his parents were there to stop him before things could have gotten worse. the bell rang and he just came in with a shotgun... butted with :36-:41 i was
the desk and covered police believe the teen's parents realized their guns were missing so they went to the school to find their son. as officers were responding the father tackled the boy, and his mom disarmed him. police say the student hid a shotgun and handgun underneath a long coat. he was taken into custody. no one was injured. it's far from your typical crime operation-- but right now... police here at home.. say these three women are accused of stealing from victoria's secret stores all around the valley, including the district at green valley. investigators believe they took 10-thousand dollars worth of merchannew this morning... the woman who was found locked inside a metal container in south carolina is suing her suspected kidnapper... kala brown filed the lawsuit yesterday saying todd kohlhepp invited her out to his property to clean...then he held her at
container for two months before police found her... police suspect kohlhepp is also involved in seven murders... including brown's boyfriend who was shot right in front of her... we've all heard doctors recommending exercise...but now a new study shows certain types of physical acivity can slash your risk of death! the study from researchers at the u-k-k institue for health promotion research found full body sports are best. those include swimming...aerobics and raquet sports. reduced their risk of heart disease by 41-percent... the study also found that just being active in general reduced risk of death by 28-percent.. :30-:36 good lie out of heavy rough...that was exceptional... tiger woods is back on the course after a back injury put him out of the game for 15 months! the 14-time major champion seemed like he's still
the positive thing is i'm not that sore a year ago tiger was worried he would never play golf again lebron james is sports illustrated's 2016 sports-person of the year. the magazine says they chose the cleveland cavaliers star for his historic performanc city take home its first championship in a major sport since 1964... a promise he made when he returned to cleveland from miami in 2014. nascar fans around the valley were in for a special treat yesterday. the top sprint cup drivers taking a ceremonial victory lap down the las vegas strip. it started in front of the miracle mile shops -- and finished with a celebratory
nascar's champions week which concludes with an awards ceremony over at the wynn tonight. she's 68 years old but she's proving that age is just a she's 68 years old but she's proving that age is just a number at this year's national finals rodeo. in the rodeo world... mary burger is the equivalent of an nba star the professional barrel racer walked into last night's competition as the front runner and favorite. she took sixth place--but still has several more competitions to go. and she says--she's not slowing down. 006 it's just what i do-to slow so.. i don't plan on sitting down nfr runs through next saturday at the thomas and mack. information about tickets and information about tickets and events are on our website. 1:00-1:08 3-2-1...merry christmas everybody president obama and first lady michelle obama are getting in
holiday spirit. they lit the national christmas tree last night...in president's park. it's been a lot of "lasts" for president obama who couldn't resist getting in a quick joke. "this one is easier because a tree does not move, it does not gobble, you just push a button and it's electrified --which is exactly what you don't want to happen at a turkey pardon. (laughs) i thought that was funny michelle. the lighting ceremony has been looks like that front has
are getting the southeastern edge of high pressure! this means partly cloudy skies will be common along with breezy to gusty conditions for the valley and high elevations. a wind advisory is up from 7am this morning to 10pm tonight for the following areasmesquite, moapa, overton, boulder city, lake mead, lake las vegas, searchlight, primm and laughlin. these areas should see gusts up to 50 mph. las vegas, pahrump, indian springs and the spring mountain range will see gusts between 30 and 40 mph with 10am to 3pm being the best window for the strongest winds. not only will the winds kick up dust, sand, pollen, and debris, wind chill for the valley! the degrees during the peak warmth of the day! the breeze still holds into saturday but will subside by the evening and high temperatures rebound to the upper 50s through monday. the unfortunate news is that another front makes its way into the valley by tuesday morning and temperatures drop right back down into the upper 40s and lower 50s with breezy conditions tuesday into wednesday morning. mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies will be common.
all because of a house fire. overnight-- we spoke with their neighbor who watched the family get rescued. we've got lesley marin live at scene near civic center and carey right now. dayna todd... adlib home neighbors tell us it was two grandparents and their young grandchild who were saved by firefighters..as flames ripped through their home. north las vegas fire-- got reports of the blaze right after 7 last night. they said when they got
the child were trapped inside of the home...which was fulled with heavy smoke and flames. a neighbor tells us the child is only 6 years old.. 121148 121159 i hope she pulls through...i really do... i hope all three pull through i really do but it's so hard to see this as of last check-- all three of breaking overnight... new details from north las vegas police on that three-car crash where a motorcycle rider was killed. it happened around 10 near ann
police tell us a sedan went through a stop sign when the it happened around 10 near ann and simmons. police tell us a sedan went through a stop sign when the motorcycle crashed into it... two people in the sedan were factors. changing their policies, after a muslim woman says she was told to remove her religious headscarf or leave the business. this happened at the fireside restaurant. hours after our story about her aired, the company told us they reviewed the headwear policy, and decided its no longer necessary. looks like that front has
looks like that front has passed over head and now we are getting the southeastern edge of high pressure! this means partly cloudy skies will be common means partly cloudy skies will be common along with breezy to for the following areasmesquite, moapa, overton, boulder city, lake to 50 mph. las vegas, pahrump, indian springs and the spring mountain range will see gusts between 30 and 40 mph with 10am to 3pm tomorrow our whole morning team will be at n-h-p's southern command office on decatur and sunset. it's part of our 13 days of giving toy drive... benefitting the las vegas rescue mission. while you drop off a toy, you can also get a free car seat. nhp will be replacing or giving
good morning, america. president-elect trump shakes things up on his victory lap. makes a major announcement to the crowd. >> we are going to appoint mad dog mattis as our secretary of defense. >> as hillary clinton and donald trump's campaign teams clash overnight going head-to-head in a nasty post-election showdown. >> do you think i ran a campaign where white supremacists had a platform? >> it did. kell kellyanne, it did. >> kellyanne conway joins us live this morning. wicked weather. the south reeling from that tornado outbreak and devastating wildfires. now new storms moving in. the urgent warning about rains and flooding, and the deep freeze on the way for millions. deadly road rage.