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fire at an apartment building. people started jumping from their units. we'll have the latest, coming up. ambulance overnight..13 action news first to the scene after a man is killed after being hit by a car. it happened on a road notorious for traffic deaths. we'll have a live report next. neighbors trying to curb a problem with coyotes. but, right after a community meeting....our cameras are rolling as a coyote wanders through the neighborhood. good morning las vegas! i'm todd quinones and i'm beth fisher the
washington, d.c. an apartment building catches fire after an explosion. fire crews say at least five to seven resident are still unaccounted for right now. at least 25 people and two firefighters are injured. fire crews say many people were injured after jumping out of windows the sa people also dropped their children from windows! others were able to get rescued by ladder trucks. more than 1-hundred 50 firefighters rushed to the scene overnight. people reported hearing a loud boom...officials think natural gas contributed to the explosion. building debris were scattered throughout a nearby parking lot. this morning, a man is dead--- after being hit by a car. our crew was first to the scene. 13 action news reporter parker collins is live near nellis and boulder highway. parker-- what happened?
hit... but it doesn't look like the driver will face charges. witnesses told police the light was green and the guy shouldn't have been crossing. the driver stayed behind to talk with police. no signs of drinking or going too fast. we all know how dangerous boulder highway can be. i've seen a lot of people cross six lanes of traffic in the dark... outside of a crosswalk. so far this year we've seen about the same number of people die on our metro is worried that could change as we head into fall. reporting live parker collins thirteen action news. right now-- neighborhoods on the east side of the valley are demanding answers-- after they say coyotes have attacked several pets in the last few weeks. and while covering this story... our crew actually spotted one of the coyotes. 13 action news reporter marissa kynaston tropicana and boulder highway with video you'll only see on good morning las vegas. marissa... you can see how high these walls are-- our cameras caught
these walls last night-- take a look at the video-- you can see the coyote walk across the street-- then easily jump on top of the brick wall-- eventually-- jumping down-- into somebodys backyard. again-- this happened right after neighbors held a meeting last night-- the department of wildlife spent an hour and a to the them. community leaders say right now-- its about education. richard carrillo assemblyman district 18 18:59:09:15 to me, i think we have to be a better community partner with them, realize that they're not a bad thing to have, because they do take care of rodents that you wouldn't want coming into your home 18:59:22:15 marissa tag the department of wildlife also gave neighbors tips on how to keep the coyotes away-- i'll have those later in the newscast. mk-- 13an.
swirl of wind took out part of a home. this morning, debris is stacked around the house. a couple, who was home at the time... says they couldn't believe what was happening. rhonda mikulich, homeowner "it was horrible! scared the living day lights out of me" timothy mikulich, homeowner "i had to run to her cause she was hysteric" the couple said they waited about 3 or 4 minutes until the wind died down. their awning, some bird feeders and satellite dish was damaged. but, they say they're thankful them or their cars. they are on a fixed income so replacing the awning will be a struggle for them. incredible video shows good samaritans running to help a victim trapped inside a vehicle. you can see the car flipped over on the roof. this happened on rainbow and warm springs yesterday. police say the lexus hit a vehicle that was turning in the intersection, veered into the median and flipped. the victim was taken to the
hotel where things are calm right now. but last night, dozens of firefighters were there responding to a fire. clark county fire says it was sparked by a malfunctioning dishwasher in a kitchen on the second floor. the sprinkler system activated and knocked it out but one person was taken to the hospital for smoke inhalation. time now is x:xx --- donald trump..going after president obama... you'll hear how trump is terrorism. plus... michael torjman, homeowner 9:12:28- 9:12:31 "i was freaking out. i didn't know... i've never been in that situation before." a 13 action news exclusive. the henderson homeowner who shot an intruder in his backyard explains what he heard moments before he pulled the trigger.
right to keep a gun at home for self- defense. the nra is launching a 3- million dollar ad campaign in nevada.. going after hillary clinton on gun control. it's also airing ads in pennsylvania.. ohio.. and north carolina. clinton's campaign responded.. saying the nra is spending millions to spread lies about the former secretary of state. just in this morning... hillary clinton says she will release her 2015 tax returns in
sources say her running mate time kaine is also expected to release his returns from the last 10 years. and this morning... donald trump is making a bold claim. he's linking president obama to terrorism. trump isis is honoring president obama. he is the founder of isis. okay? he's the founder. those comments were made yesterday in sunrise, florida. trump went on to say hillary clinton is the co-founder of isis. the gop nominee hammered both clinton and obama for refusing islamic terrorism." trump's remarks were met with chants of "lock her up this morning, we're learning more about the florida woman who was killed during during a police demonstration at community outreach workshop. 73-year-old mary knowlton was a retired librarian and well known in the community. she had volunteered for the drill designed to show how police make split decisions. the officer playing the attacker was supposed to fire blanks at her, but he fired a
three loud gunshots. i caught her eye as she then went down onto the ground. the 28 year old officer who fired the shots has been placed on administrative leave as an investigation continues. he had reportedly participated in similar events prior to this tragic incident. time now is x:xx --- a warning about keyless cars! this after a mini-van locks by itself with a baby inside! how the mom was able to get the
and the heat returns to the valley. friday yields normal values for this time of years between 102 and 106 degrees but by saturday and tuesday, high temperatures will range between 106 to 111 degrees with central las vegas hovering would be wise along with featured only at 25 mph. take a live look right now right outside of washginton d-c
take a live look right now right outside of washginton d-c explosion injured over 2-dozen people overnight. the scene looked very different just hours ago. fire crews say at least five to seven resident are still unaccounted for -- at least 25 people and two firefighters are injured. fire crews say many people were injured after jumping out of windows to save themselves. people also dropped their children from windows! officials think natural gas contributed to the explosion. vo
a semi-truck lodged inside an ohio home. a 39-year-old woman riding inside the truck was hurt after becoming trapped in the wreckage for about two hours. she's in stable condition right now. the driver was able to free himself and was treated at the scene. thankfully, nobody was inside the home at the time of the crash. tub-vm this morning, we know what caused a devastating wildfire in california..that left four poeple dead and burned more than 76-thousand acres last cal fire officials say faulty wiring on a hot tub sparked the so- called "valley fire" in northern california. you may remember some of the incredible images from this wildfire. it was the third most destructive in the state's history. nearly 2-thousand structures were destroyed..and it cost nearly 57- million dollars to extinguish. a warning about potential dangers in keyless cars. a mini-van with a mind of its own locked a baby inside...leaving the michigan mom outside in shear panic.
she had just finished loading the groceries and her child in the car... when suddenly all of the doors to her chrysler.. locked! "sheer panic... because my phone was in my purse" a bystander called police... but even they had a tough time getting the doors open. they were forced to break the windows. theresa says she's thankful her little girl is safe, and now she's hoping the car dealership can turn off the automatic lock feature. vo now to rio and more olympic gold for team u-s-a this morning as the americans remain first in the medal count. katie ledecky and the u-s taking gold in the women's four by 200 meter freestyle relay. meanwhile lilly king missed a spot in the final of the 200 meter breaststroke..stopping any chance of a grudge match with her russian rival. on the beach..with women's volleyball. kerri walsh jennings and april ross beating the swiss team. in fencing, daryl homer coming
a big win for team u-s-a in cycling. kristin armstrong took home gold. the 43-year-old mother of five shared the victory with her son. the women's basketball team dominating on the court - beating serbia. while carmelo anthony helped lead the men to a win over australia. . time now is x:xx --- some students are already back but for many..school is right around the corner. yeah..and that means school to help you get the best deals for your kids. and later..the economy continues rebounding in nevada... but many folks are still struggling to make ends meet. a new study is revealing why
corner, parents will be shelling out big bucks on supplies. but there are some apps that can help you save money. "redlaser" helps keep your loyalty points all in one place and allows you to compare prices between thousands of retailers. "shopkick" gives you points just for walking which can be redeemed for a gift card. and "retail me not" highlights discounts and sales at some of the top stores. apple is planning some major changes to the next generation macbook pro. abc's kendis gibson and diane macedo have today's tech bytes. < ((kendis/oc)) in today's tech bytes... apple's planning a major overhaul for its macbook pro. ((diane/vo)) the revamped laptops wll be thinner with a
they will also include improved graphic processors. the tech giant is looking to reverse sluggish sales. ((kendisvo)) sony is expected to release an updated version of its playstation 4. ((diane)) the new video console supports ultra high-resolution 4-k content for gaming at media playback it may be called p-s 4 neo. it's expected to be unveiled facebook page has a chat-bot that will guide users through the process of sending a message the new feature is the fir government. ((kendis/2sh)) those are your tech bytes. ((diane/2sh)) have a great day. > high pressure from the pacific makes its way onto shore and with dry air to support it; we will fall back into a drying trend and a major heat up! today, high temperatures will stay rather cooler; ranging between 98 and 103 degrees valley wide. winds will be mild between 5 and 15 mph put of the
allowing a burn time of only 15 min so wearing sunscreen would be wise today. still to come at 5-30.. a henderson man still rattled this morning. 9:13:49-9:13:58 "it was nerve wracking it was something i never thought i'd a henderson man still rattled this morning. 9:13:49-9:13:58 "it was nerve wracking it was something i never thought i'd have to experience nearly coming face-to-face with
we have a live report from the scene next. plus..a 13 action news exclusive. a fast-thinking henderson homeowner pulls his intruder. this morning..he's still rattled by what happened. and tense moments at a hillary clinton rally.. the secret service forced to rush a man who tried jumping on stage as clinton was speaking. good morning las vegas! i'm todd quinones and i'm beth fisher the time now is ... let's get started with 13 first alert meteorologist greg bennett... high pressure from the pacific makes its way onto shore and with dry air to support it; we will fall back into a drying
2-thousand people are without power near sahara and valley view. n-v energy estimates the power will be back on around 8 a-m this morning. breaking overnight...a man is hit and killed by a car.. our crews first to the scene as 13 action news reporter parker collins joins near nellis and boulder highway with more on the investigation. police say a man was walking in the cross walk when he was hit... but it doesn't look like the driver will face charges. witnesses told police the light was green and the guy shouldn't have been crossing. the driver stayed behind to talk with police. no signs of drinking or going too fast.
boulder highway can be. i've seen a lot of people cross six lanes of traffic in the dark... outside of a crosswalk. so far this year we've seen about the same number of people die on our roads as last year. metro is worried that could change as we head into fall. reporting live parker collins thirteen action news. right now-- neighborhoods on the east side of the valley are demanding answers. they say coyotes have attacked several pets in the last few weeks. 13 action news reporter marissa kynaston gives us some tips wildlife. you can see how high these walls are-- our cameras caught a coyote jumping on top of these walls last night-- the department of wildlife says-- theyre coming here-- because they feel at home. the department of wildlife talked with the neighbors last night-- and they explained the best way to get rid of them-- is to make sure theyre not comfortable. right now-- they have east access to food and water-- so they keep coming back.
different location-- doesnt work. the department of wildlife told the neighbors-- its important to clean up after feeding pets outside-- and avoid leaving extra water outside. they say the availability of food and water-- can attract the coyotes. mk- 13an. box-vo this morning we're hearing exclusively from a henderson an intruder in his backyard. 9:13:49-9:13:58 "it was nerve wracking it was something i never thought i'd have to experience i'm glad my children weren't home at the time because that would've been traumatizing for them if they would've experienced that." you'll remember we first broke this story yesterday morning. michael torjman says he knew something was wrong when he heard his alarm system go off. he saw a man in his backyard, so he grabbed his gun and fired a bullet through his window. the bullet grazed the guys head. the suspect was found less than
torjman says despite all this, he still feels safe at his home. right now.. police need your help finding a suspect in at least 8 slot machine burglaries since may. police say this man targeted convenience stores in the northwest and north las vegas.. and was seen using a crowbar to pry-off the front panel of the slot machines. if you recognize him.. call police right away. rebound..and unemployment is low. what you may not know if you live here in the valley is..nevada has one of the highest unemployment rates in the nation. but, according to a new study, it's the toughest state find a full-time job. the website, "24/7 wall street" says nevada's under employment rate is about 13-percent. lots of people are working part- time jobs and can't make ends meet. "i agree--i see it--i feel it--absolutely."
pay and what you can do with and without." about one in four nevadans work in the arts, entertainment and service sectors for casinos, hotels and restaurants... often finding only part-time or seasonal work. right now...ronald reagan's daughter is blasting donald trump on facebook over his comments on the second amendment. in her post she says: "i am the daughter of a man who was shot by someone who got his referring to the 1981 assasination attempt on president reagan by john hinkley junior... trump made the controversial remarks at a campaign stop tuesday....he's been accused of inciting violence with his comments. 0:20-0:26 "cheers"..and some people get a little carried away, you notice that? hillary clinton campaigning in iowa..and the secret service is forced to rush in. officers tackling an animal
you see officers dragging the heckler out. the incident comes as clinton is facing more email troubles. the state department releasing dozens of previously unreleased exchanges. it's raising questions about donations to the clinton foundation in exchange for favors. in one, a foundation official directs a clinton aide to connect a top donor with the us ambassador to lebanon. the clinton campaign says she never took action as secretary of state because of donations to the foundation. donald trump claims the emails ex connections." time now is x:xx --- the raiders don't just have their eye on las vegas anymore... why the team could be headed up
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project! representatives of the raiders and the sands corporation were in reno yesterday. they were talking about the possibility of moving the raiders to las vegas and building a practice field and training center in reno. they haven't decided on a location but it could be on the campus of u-n-r or at a rodeo venue. the thought is a practive facility in reno would help create and sustain a state-wide fan base. the governor would still have to call a special legislative session... a tax hike that would fund the stadium. and it's still not clear if that's going to happen. a valley woman says her apartment complex expects her to stay in her unit...even after the inside was torched by fire. it's a story you asked us to investigate. she says her stove caught fire two weeks ago near sahara and nellis. so she's been staying in a hotel with help from her renter's insurance. she says it took a lot of prodding, but they gave her a new stove..but the cabinets are still torched and management
lease. 12.53.05 i want people to know that you can't just go around treating people like this 09 we went to the apartment complex, but have not heard back from management yet. we also emailed their parent company and will keep you updated on what they say. time now is x:xx --- still to come...road rage caught on camera. (corey abercrombie/ witnessed road rage) "he was just yelling a whole bunch of cuss words. a man unleashing his anger in the middle of the street as a what makes this even worse..is who he was targetting. with school just around the corner...ccsd teachers are paying for supplies out of pocket for their students. but now, they're getting some
into a drying trend and a major heat up! today, high temperatures will stay rather cooler; ranging between 98 and 103 degrees valley wide. winds will be mild between 5 and 15 mph put of the south/southeast so any major kick up in dust, sand, and concern today. uv rays between 11am and 4pm will be on the very high side allowing a burn time of only 15 min so wearing sunscreen would be wise today. by friday and the rest of the forecast, sunny skies take over and the heat returns to the valley. friday yields normal values for this time of years between 102 and 106
clear into next tuesday, high temperatures will range106 to 1h central las vegas hovering between 108 and 109 degrees. uv ray will either be very high or at extreme levels to taking breaks in the shade or a/c would be wise along with drinking plenty of water and wearing sunscreen. a mild breeze picks up monday and tuesday but
take a live look right now right outside of washginton d-c where an apartment fire and explosion injured over 2-dozen people overnight. the scene looked very different just hours ago. fire crews say at lea seven resident are still unaccounted for -- crews are using dogs to search for the missing. at least 25 people and two firefighters are injured. fire crews say many people were injured after jumping out of contributed to the explosion.
morning. getting some attention this morning. this one is out of missouri and it was caught on camera...and the angry driver was targetting an elderly man. the driver of the mini-van jumps out his car. he then starts kicking and punching the door and pulling on the handle. he eventually got back in his van and drove off. the men who recorded this pulled up to the red car. they say the elderly driver was visibly shaken. (dalton bowers/ witnessed road old man's sake we could have video taped more because that kick looked like he just kind of brushed it. but he was like, if he was to kick a soccer ball across a field that's what it looked like he was way back there kicking this thing." the pair says the attack went on for about 2 minutes. no word if the driver was caught. a man who scaled part of the trump tower in midtown manhattan is undergoing a psychological evaluation before facing charges. police don't think he intended to hurt the republican presidential nominee..
wanted a meeting with donald trump. traffic below was brought to a standstill for hours before police were able to remove some glass panels and pull him into the building. c-c-s-d teachers are getting help paying for school supplies for students who can't afford them. health quality care held a raffle and drew the names of -16- lucky teachers awarding them each with a -5- hundred dollar gift card to "office depo lived in their cars before. who don't have supplies. c-c-s-d gives teachers are given a 200 dollar stipend at the begining of the year to help purchase supplies. but the teachers we spoke to say it's still not enough. major league baseball star bryce harper apparently plans to spend a little more time in henderson. according to the l-a times..
dropped $2.7 million dollars on this mansion in a gated community. the house features a cascading water wall.. floating staircase and a glass-enclosed wine wall. the 23-year old plays for the washington nationals but has close ties to the area. harper attended las vegas high school and the college of southern nevada. just in and trending already online... arianna huffington says she plans to step down as editor-in-chief of the and news site she founded in 2005. she wll turn her attention to a newer health and wellness venture called thrive global. 66 year old huffington announced her departure in a memo to staff of the publication. apparently-- she had intended to keep running the huffington post but decided to turn her attention to her startup after attracting investors and hiring
shop-vm the owner of a barbershop in oakland, california is setting some strict rules at his shop. yeah....no foul language..and no sagging pants! it's topping today's stories now trending. (tyrone) "your character is how you display yourself. if your pants are down, then i might look at you quite tyrone burns says he'll ban anyone from his shop if their pants are sagging or if they're swearing. he's even started a donation drive to give belts to kids. burns says young people who come in are now discovering that self-respect is gained by giving respect to others. singer/songwriter ed sheeran is facing a new lawsuit over his song "thinking out loud." the suit claims the hit sounds too much like marvin gaye's "lets get it on".
youtube. gaye's family previously won a $7 million settlement after suing robin thicke and pharrell williams for copyright infringement over their single blurred lines. there's been no comment from sheeran. you can check out all of the stories that are trending today.. just download our free 13 action news mobile app. high pressure from the pacific makes its way onto shore and with dry air to support it; we will fall back into a drying trend and a majo winds will be mild between 5 and 15 mph put of the south/southeast so any major kick up in dust, sand, and right now... five to seven people are still
s a secure retirement. but in washington, congressman joe heck supports privatizing it... turning our savings over to wall street... and risking it on the stock market. heck's plan means billions more in fees for wall
street. and they've donated over half a million dollars to his campaigns. those numbers speak for themselves. joe heck is a threat to a secure retirement, because he's part of the problem in washington. afscme people is responsible
new this morning... a canadian man accused of planning a suicide bomb attack has been killed. canadian police say the suspect...aaron driver was already being watched by police. he was belived to be a threat because of his alleged connections to terror groups. the police operation took place late last night after officers say they received credible information of a terrorist threat. new details on that deadly waterslide accident in kansas city raft with the 10-year-old who was killed. their attorney says one suffered a broken jaw.. while the other has a fractured eye socket. the women say they don't know what went wrong because it happened so fast. the park is now back open... and even though the slide is closed indefinitely... visitors are still on edge. :18-:25 "i'm a mom... of 5 so... of course it's a little leary. we'll be sticking to the little stuff i think." both of the women who were
they are sisters.. and they say they're not ready to talk about what they saw. a lot of people are still talking about this video this morning. a man scaled part of the trump tower in manhattan. he's now undergoing a psychological evaluation before he's charged with anything. police don't think he intended to hurt the republican presidential nominee.. but he reportedly said he wanted to meet with donald trump. he even posted a youtube video about it on tuesday. (climber):"i am independent researcher seeking to discuss i guarantee that it is in your interest to honor this request." traffic below was stopped for hours before police were able to remove some glass panels and pull him into the building. just in this morning... the u-s government will not be relaxing its stance on marijuana.... that means it will still be considered a "schedule one"
government officials say there is still not enough scientific proof that shows marijuana should be used for medical purposes. this decision keeps the federal government at odds with states like nevada... which have legalized marijuana for medical purposes. a hot topic this political season is background checks for gun purchases. 13 action news political analyst jon ralston explains the new uphill battle--- that nevada gun control advocates are now facing. breaking right now-- police police are responding to a crash near sahara and eastern--