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answers.... after the puppy they got as a christmas gift for their a valley family is mourning the death of a toddler.. killed last night by a hit and run driver. tonight.. a lot of people have turned out for a vigil for 2 year old evelyn green. 13 action news reporer gina lazara is there now. gina. ad lib memorial a valley family is still getting over a sad christmas..
banjo, the 8-week-old border collie seemed normal at first, but by the end of the week jason may says he was headed tired...and then the vet diagnosed banjo with parvo. parvo is often fatal for dogs and is highly contagious. jason got the dog at cedar animal rescue, and thinks he should at least get his money back... he spent 100 dollars on the dog,, and several hundred more to treat the dog and then bury him after he died. but he just wants the rescue to make things right. 10.30.59 it's just more so the moral of you're not vaccinating your puppies 31.04 you're not helping them out, you're not giving them a good start for a future 31.07 10.30.32 i felt bad for my little boy and my wife 35 because we'd all gotten attached to this dog in such a short tiem 29 and kind of felt like she just didnt care, she took advantage of us 43 we she says jason could have brought the dog back to her for
adoption contract clearly states the money is non-refundable. she says she's since followed-up with the owners of banjo's litter mates,, and they are all fine. in the newsroom, stephanie zepelin, 13 action news. when you ask we investigate.. so if you have a problem or issue you want us to check out.. send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.. and please include your phone number. new at 6:30.. family and friends are mourning.... the -22- year-old man shot and during an argument.... that turned into violence. 13 action news reporter.... david schuman found out today.... the family has a history... with domestic incidents. devry moore -- dead at 22. police say he stabbed his father multiple times last week...and in response -- his father shot him. metro says the violence happened hours after a verbal argument between the two. 12:40:35 ven chi, neighbor "it's a quiet and peaceful neighborhood. it's shocking to hear that something like this did happen." david schuman, near cimarron and mountain's edge
time neighbors say they've seen police called to this house for a domestic incident." 12:41:13 chi "i noticed that the metro officers kind of backed up and told him, 'stay where you are,' and it looked like he was preparing to pull his weapon." the man didn't know whether devry or his father were involved in that incident. a gofundme page has been set up and cimarron...david schuman...13 action news. 13-action news is also covering a number of other big stories tonight. this is what we're following right now.. live at 6:30. 10:42:47-10:43:05 i'm parker collins in the northwest part of the valley. this morning while it was still dark out a kid was in this crosswalk when he was hit by a telling me this is a dangerous spot because there aren't lights or signals for people trying to cross lake mead. staying on top of new developments....
white house. the last dash for votes is underway.... in new hampshire. the polls open there.... in just hours.... for the nation's first primary.... in the presidential race. g-o-p front runner.... donald trump is in the lead... ahead by double digits.... in the latest poll. with iowa caucus winner... ted cruz... battling for second with marco rubio... who's defending his repetative message. sot - marco rubio / (r)
do you keep saying the same thing about obama trying to change america? i'm gonna keep saying that a million times, because it's true." on the other side of the table.. democrat bernie sanders is polling ahead of hillary clinton.... by -16- points. the c-d-c is stepping up its emergency response to the zika virus.. which continues to spread. the c-d-c is now operating at 'level- 1' for the first time since the ebola outbreak in 2014. the white house is also asking congress for 1.8 billion dollars in funding to curb the outbreak. there are 50 confirmed zika cases right now in the u-s. a cornell university fraternity is now on interim suspension while its president fights sexual assault charges. a young woman claims 21-year old wolfgang ballinger locked her in a room at his frat house and forced himself onto her. ballinger.. whose father owns a well known concert hall in new york.. has pleaded 'not guilty.' new at 6:30.. more and more americans are giving-up their u.s. passports!!!
latest government data shows... more than... -42- hundred people.. turned-in their passports.... last year. the trend is increasing.... with americans living overseas.... amid complicated paperwork and new tax regulations. those new rules are meant to fight.... tax evasion. no matter where they live... u.s. citizens are taxed on all income... unlike most other countries. two of the most popular performers on the strip are now enshrined at madame tussaud's. the was statues of donny and marie osmond will be unveiled tomorrow at the flamingo. from there.. the figures will be moved the museum at the venetian. a heads-up on some lane closures that could effect your commute. it's happening around the airport connector project.. and will reduce the number of travel lanes on the 215 between sunset and warm springs for the next 15 months. the project is expected to be finished in the fall of 2017 up next in tonight's financial focus.. we'll take a look at the new housing numbers for the las
local home prices are still trending up. according to the greater las vegas association of realtors.. home values are up almost ten percent year to year. the median price in january was 219- thousand dollars. experts exepct a stable housing market this year.. but.. they say the valley will continue to strugle with a low supply of homes for sale.. and too many homeowners underwater on their mortage. on the other hand.. area gas prices keep falling, triple-a says regular is now averaging 2-21 a gammon.. down almost 10-cents from this time last week. the national average is still a lot less.. now at 1-74 a gallon. in new consumer news//// from contact 13. a lesson tonight in.. "if it seems too good to be true..." anne mc-namara takes a closer look.... at a "super bowl ad".... selling mortgages in minutes. pkg full= nats commercial
screen toward the end> "push button...get mortgage." quicken loans super bowl commercial is stirring up controversy... reminding us of the financial crisis in 2008... craig deleone saw commercial 5:37 i was a mortgage broker back sadly to say during the crash and they were giving out mortgages pretty easily back then. q: reminds you of that? a: a little bit yeah quicken loans is responding -- calling the mortgage process "clunky and confusing..." saying they "found a way to simplify it with technology" -- using an app on your phone. 5:30 yeah like it's easy..when it shouldnt be that easy... our real estate expert agrees...saying it's important to have a face to face relationship with your lender. spencer bradley director, ara newmark :36 one feedback i would have for that...is that's a huge purchase and it protection bureau is weighing in...saying to take your time, ask questions... using the hashtag "know before you owe." 1:06 just the comfort of hey - am i doing this
get this might be more comforting for someone than the ease of 1 through 10 on your phone mortgages in minutes...advertised in a 60 second spot...that could have years of repercussions. for the now...i'm anne mcnamara. anchor cam tag= quicken says these are fully underwritten loans and they verify information from "trusted in tonight's abc primetime lineup on channel 13: 8:00 the bachelor 10:00 castle 11:00 action news let's go to bryan scofield and 'weather first.' . dry conditions and above average temperatures will continue to be the theme of the forecast as strong high pressure remains settled over the western u.s. breezy winds will taper down later tonight and remain calmer through the start to next weekend. high temperatures will top out in the low to mid 70s for the rest of the workweek and the weekend. sunny to mainly sunny skies are expected through saturday with more cloud cover pushing in
that will bring the return of breezy winds sunday and chances for rain next monday. an update to a story we first told you about last week- a man in a wheelchair high pressure remains settled over the western u.s. breezy winds will taper down later tonight and remain calmer through the start to next weekend. high temperatures will top out in the low to mid 70s for the rest of the workweek and the weekend. sunny to mainly sunny skies are expected through saturday with more cloud cover pushing in sunday, ahead of a storm system that will bring the return of breezy winds sunday and chances for rain next monday. an update to a story....
he's identified as.... 68 year old jason donahue action news anchor.... lesley marin has more on how people are remembering that man.. near the scene of the accident live: you can see there is still a memorial here set up for 68-year-old jason donahue he was the man that was actually sitting at this bus stop when he was hit and killed by a driver -- today we talk to some people who knew him and described him as a stranger who turned into a friend sot: "specially if i was in a bad mood he would put me in a good mood" according to attendants-- donahue was a regular at the sinclair on lake mead boulevard. it was across the street where donahue was struck and killed by a driver while waiting for the bus, last week. they attendants say they knew him so well they eventually called him jd-- and were in shock when they heard about what happened. "it's so sad that he's gone" look live: and we did speak to many writers who wait at this bus stop they say they have been terrified since his
metro to see if any charges have been filed against a driver but i've not received a call back from lake mead blvd., action news up next in tonight's health report.. setting the record straight for expecting moms. 13 action news is diving.... into pregnancy myths. from.. is it really dangerous to drinking coffee and alcholo... to what's really behind.... those cravings!
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when you're pregnant.... it may seem like everyone has advice to share about.... what you can and can't do..... while you're expecting... especially.... when it comes to what you eat!!! 13 action news is separating.... fact from fiction. first up... pregnant women are eating for two. that's false! (dr. stacey ehrenberg/university hospitals of cleveland) "if you have a healthy diet prior to pregnancy we would like you to increase your calorie calories a day" food cravings are caused... by the growing baby. false! they're caused... by the mom! next up... it's okay.... to have an alcoholic beverage. also... false! and finally... you should only drink decaf.... while pregnant. that's false... you can have two glasses of caffeine... a day. some veterans who served on the u-s-s nevada during world war two will be in town this week to be honored. they'll be on hand for the opening of exhibit about the
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