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2-year-old girl. police have found the white van believed to be involved in the crash, and authorities have talked to the driver! but no arrest has been made. north la vegas police say they're still conducting forensic tests to determine if the van hit the girl. you'll remember sunday night, little evelyn green was hit near lake mead and pecos while riding a scooter with her brother. also breaking right now-- north las vegas police are asking for your help...tracking down this man on your screen. branklin. officers say he was last seen monday...near m-l-k and carey. his family says he suffers from seizures and needs medication. if you see him, call police. scanner sound 24:39-24:42 2 subjects kicked in the pr's back door and shot them." butte to 25:22 "home invasion. the husband was shot, 55-years-old and also the 14-year-old daughter." happening right now.. a manhunt is underway for after a father and daughter are shot inside their own home. they're both hospitalized at
it happened at a home near hualapi and desert inn. 13 action news reporter yasmeen hassan was first on the scene this morning.. and has reaction from neighbors. < yas officers say right after the shooting the suspects took off, darting through this park and they actually tossed a handgun right here in the middle of the grass for anyone to pick up. we are standing at a bus stop where dozens of kids get picked details in this case are just terrifying. officers say they got the call just before 5 am . somebody kicked in the door and then started shooting hitting a man and his 14 year old daughter. they are both in critical condition right now at umc fighting for their lives. the nieghbors we spoke to say they're shocked something like this could happen in their quiet gated neighbohood. 10:45:29 10 ulrike weding neighbor "when i heard all the sirens going and all the police cars and the helicopters above the house and you think i hope it's not too close to my
just across the street." yas officers have been out here all day long. they say they're just as shocked as all of us are that something like this could happen. i actually spoke to one officers who's been stationed in this area for 16 years and he says he's never seen anything like this. reporting near hualapi and di yasmeen hassan 13 action news. > a father-son argument ends with gunfire. chopper 13.. fast and first over the scene near paradise and harmon. metro says the father was shot three-times but is expected to recover. his son is now in custody. breaking news from maryland-- two sheriffs deputies have died from their injuries are dead following a shootout at a shopping center. it all happened following a authorities say the deputies responded to a shooting at a panera bread. shots were exchanged inside the restaurant. the suspect is also dead. new developments in the fight between solar customers and the public utilities commission. governor brian sandoval is now getting involved. he's calling for the assembly of an energy task force to look into the solar rate changes
year. the goal of the task force would be to make policy recommendations for state lawmakers before the legislative session. and another battle happening here in town-- this one is between taxi cab authority and an audit report... which accused them of overcharching customers! the audit found unnecessary charges like over priced credit card fees. but they added up to customers paying an extra 47-million dollars. 14:14:47 jason awad, lucky cab owner "they made it look like the industry is bilking the public. this is absolutely false." the owner of lucky cab says the fees pay for the card swipe machines. he's now asking for an independent review into the industry, which he says will clear things up. and an update from the department of motor vehicles -- they're putting more money into the dash pass... that virtual line system that created even longer wait times! the state board of examiners voted to put 300-thousand dollars more into the contract with the vendor behind the online system. the dash pass service let people check in online, and
an open window. the dmv said it made wait times longer because some of those people never showed up. the race for the white house is now moving to south carolina after yesterday's new hampshire primary. voters there lived up to their reputation of being independent thinkers.. and delivered resounding victories for washington outsiders.. donald trump and bernie sanders. abc's elizabeth hur has the latest from the campaign trail. < ((nat)) "bernie bernie bernie.. cheers on the view" following his huge win in new hampshire.. bernie sanders feeling the love sanders: "...the message that we're bringing forth, that this country is supposed to be a nation of fairness, and we're not seeing that fairness right now. " sanders stopping in harlem for coffee with al sharpton earlier.. hillary clinton also in new york.. after reassuring her supporters in new hampshire.. she's a fighter. ((sot)) clinton: "we've learned it's not whether you get knocked down
get back up." for the republicans.. front runner.. donald trump is crediting his huge win.. to the huge voter turnout. ((trump phoner from gma)) "we were getting great signals we would have a rally and many-many people would show up many more than we ever anticipated." his challengers.. already back on the campaign trail and their sights set on the next primary in south carolina.. with the surprise second-place winner.. john kasich promising to keep his campaign messages.. positive.. ((sot)) kasich today kasich: "not interested in being out there ... just going on the attack against somebody." and iowa ((sot)) cruz cruz: "this is a national campaign and one of the most important conclusions coming out of these first two states is that the only candidate who can beat donald trump is me." hur tag: rounding out the top five in new hampshire were governor jeb bush and senator marco rubio.. gov chris christie didn't do well and is expected to suspend campaigning for now. a setback for president obama's
agenda. the u-s supreme court has temporarily blocked his plan to limit greenhouse gas emissions from power plants. under the e-p-a 'clean power' plan.. states would have to meet specific carbon emission reduction standards based on their energy consumption. more than two-dozen states are now suing. a federal appeals court will hold a hearing on that suit in june. hundreds of more american soldiers are headed to afghanistan. the u-s army announced today it's deploying soldiers to the southern afghan province of helmand. the new troops will assist afghan forces in pushing back taliban insurgents. they will not take active combat roles. this will be the largest deployment of american troops outside major bases in afghanistan since 2014. we're all addicted to our smartphones, whether it's to tweet, play games or text. but most of those times whatever your're doing isn't worth... not noticing a bear...or
falling into an icy canal. doctors now have released a new p-s-a to help decrease the number of e-r visits from distracted walking! and.. a newly named diamond is giving mariah carey's engagement ring a run for her money. more on this show-stopper next. bryan. high pressure will continue to dominate the weather over the west coast with generally clear skies for southern nevada and temperatures a solid 10-15 above average. kanye west is no stranger to controversy..
headlines we are following today. last night, the rapper tweeted out "bill cosby innocent!" he didn't elaborate, but quickly he was flooded with angry responses cosby has been accused of sex assault by more than 50 women over the years. the actor has repeatedly maintained he is innocent. people magazine has named ryan reynolds this year's "sexiest dad alive." just 6-years ago, the publication declared him the "sexist man alive." reynolds became a dad in december. he and his wife, blake lively, welcomed their daughter, james. the love is in the air over at starbucks. the coffee giant is announcing three new chocolate drinks for valentines day. between now and february 14th.. you can get the molten chocolate latte.. the molten chocolate frappuccino.. and the molten hot chocolate. the company has also launched a valentines day themed gif. if diamonds are girl's best friends... ladies, meet your second best bud! this is "lesedi la rona"...which means "our light" in the national language of botswana. it's the second-largest diamond ever found.
carat stone was discovered in november. the canadian company that owns it held a public competition to find a perfect name for it. for more stories trending right now.. go to ktnv.com. and if you'd like to sound-off on any trending news.. join us on twitter. our handle is @ktnv.. use the #nowtrending. anchors adlib and toss to bryan high pressure will continue to dominate the weather over the west coast with generally clear skies for southern nevada and temperatures a solid 10-15 above average. highs for the next several days
74-75 range with overnight lows around 47. very little change is expected through friday before a very weak low pressure area gains enough expected through friday before a very weak low pressure area gains enough energy to gently nudge our high just east. that will pull temperatures down by a few degrees, but we should stay at or above 70 through the weekend just in time for another strong high to replace it from the west. winds will stay increase over sunday into monday as the replacement high builds in. wind advisories are possible for the colorado river valley and lake mead. in las vegas initial model forcing shows gusts to 20 or so possible, but not much more than that. winds die down into monday and tuesday as the high settles directly overhead which will
the mid and upper 70s. nowadays, almost everyone has a cellphone or tablet. but living glued to our devices is actually endangering our lives! emergency room workers say the number of distracted pedestrians hurt texting and walking... has doubled over 10-years! the national safety council found more than 11-thousand walkers hurt themselves, and that rate rate of injuries is rising almost exactly as fast as the rate of cellphone use. orthopaedic surgeons are so concerned..they put out a video warning! take a look. "warning! until this threat can be contained we must all be on the
deadwalkers. they're not looking out for you. ( lady says: dude!...engage!" and it's more than the danger of hurting yourself... police say being focused on your phone gives an attacker an edge! a lot of people turn to weight loss centers to help them shed their unwanted pounds. coming up in today's health report, a new study finds they may not advising you properly details ahead. and remember, you can watch
the number of new zika virus cases is growing by the day. now.. some atheletes set to compete in the summer olympics in brazil are having second thoughts about going to rio. soccer star hope solo says.. if she had to decide today.. she would skip the games. some say she's only one of many atheletes reconsidering their options. christine brennan: women are 40 percent closing on 50 percent of the athletes going to the olympic and almost all of them are child bearing age. the u.s. olympic committee says it's closely monitoring the situation through the c-d-c.. and passing recommendations to athletes. experts say by august.. brazil's mosquito population will be significantly decreased. weight loss clinics are
treat obesity. but a new study is taking a closer look.. and the results might suprise you. abc's dr. timothy johnson has more. < losing weight? it can be a difficult task. many americans turn to popular weight loss clinics to help them? some on the advice of their doctors. but now a new study questions whether some of these clinics follow strict medical standards to help people safely lose weight. researchers at johns hopkins looked at nearly two hundred weight loss clinics in the greater washington d.c. metro area? finding that in most cases, the websites of these clinics did not include important guidelines from top medical groups involved
in obesity management. and when the researchers contacted these centers directly by phone? only one in five indicated that they were in compliance with these guidelines. more research is needed to determine whether these findings are reflective of clinics across the country.
in the united states? if this is a representative pitcure, it is bad news. so if you are looking to a weight loss clinic for help with obesity? do your homework. it may make or
break your success. with this medical minute, i'm dr. timothy johnson. > some of the most colorful candy in the world... is going natural. we're talking m-and-m's... and skittles. "mars incorporated" just announced it's getting rid of all artificial colors from all of the candy... chocolate... gum... food and drinks it makes. it'll take five years to make all the changes. "mars" makes more than 50 popular brands... including snickers... twix... and wrigley gum. still ahead... a final look at your forecast! and.. before we head to break.. a look at tonight's abc primetime lineup on channel 13. 8 -- the middle 8:30 -- the goldbergs 9 -- modern family 9:30 -- black-ish 10 -- american crime 11 -- action news.
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the top stories we're following. that hazmat situation at the luxor is now over. for hours, about 50-guests were forced out of their rooms... after authorities found a liquid in an unoccupied room. but just about 30-minutes ago, hazmat crews deemed the substance safe. they didn't elaborate on what that liquid was. and we're following breaking news out of southern california-- a car and a school bus collided, and now 22 people are hurt. here's a live look at the crash in menifee, california. high pressure will continue to dominate the weather over the west coast with generally clear skies for southern nevada and temperatures a solid 10-15 above average. highs for the next several days through friday before a very replace it from the west. winds will stay increase over than that.
>> judge judy: it is your claim that mr. stark damaged the water ski that he was riding >> yes. >> announcer: accused of sinking a weekend getaway. >> he had said it wasn't his fault. >> announcer: but was another friend to blame? >> judge judy: and how much alcohol did he bring? >> it was only like one or two bottles. >> announcer: the judge has the last call. >> judge judy: if you saw him drinking, why did you get on the jet ski? >> i was trying to preserve life and deter disaster. >> judge judy: oh, give me a break. >> announcer: "judge judy." you are about to enter the courtroom of