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a live report from the today is a big day for c-c-s-d. in a matter of hours.. we could find out if the district will undergo a complete overhaul. and right now... wells fargo is firing thousands of employees of fraud accusations. customers personal information could be at risk. we'll tell you what you should do if you think you were impacted. 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
by the end of the weekend a tuesday. as this occurs, temperatures will fall dramatically! high temperatures for monday will range between 93 and 97 degrees with local areas in the upper 80s by tuesday lasting clear into thursday! winds will be a expected monday and tuesday. gusts could reach upwards of 40 mph so take it easy on the
more than 24 hours after kids were screened and cleared for mercury they are not getting the answers they need. 13 action news reporter parker collins is live at walter johnson junior high officials where the epa will be back out today... parker? there will be no students here--- as the school remains closed today. last night... ccsd met with parents... but things quickly got out of control. 6:08:42 they're not going to
was a waste of time! the meeting was supposed to be an open house. epa officials were there too. there was a lot of yelling and talking over one another. many parents we spoke to didn't get the answers they wanted... specifically where exactly the mercury came from... and how and when it spread. :09:19jarrod langendorf/dad "this meeting was a failure to begin with and that's unfortunate-it just heightened the frustration of the parents." we know there's a cleanup here to do. mercury was found in the gymnasium and several other places in the school. reporting live parker collins thirteen action news. it's obvious the decontamintion process was lengthy... and now we're learning about some of the problems crews ran into. first...the school district had to call in more e-p-a resources from san francisco. then, some kids were forced to undergo more than one screening. 13:51 ky: i couldn't give them estimates on how long it would
higher levels of readings on them, there were further screenings on those kids. the e-p-a says futher screenings included wiping kids down...putting them in showers...washing their hair and blowing it dry because mercury vaporizes with heat. meanwhile, if you have kids in the public school system, this next story is important. in just a matter of hours, we'll know if the district will be getting a complete overhaul. the third and final vote to approve regulationsh break up the district is set to happen at 10 o clock this morning. if approved, the plan would split c- c-s-d into smaller districts. the new system would take effect next fall. we have a contact 13 alert for u... and if you bank with wells fargo... listen up. thousands of employees have been fired... after opening up over 1 point 5 million accounts for customers... without their permission. marti glaser is live....at
think you were impacted. there are more than a dozen wells fargo banks here in the valley... if you ban at any one of them... first thing you should check your statements to make sure the accounts you have are the ones you signed up for. if you see something out of the ordinary, call the bank or go in... wells fargo promises to close fraudulent account... wells fargo has promised to federal investigators say this scheme has been going on for the past five years... as a way to fradulantly meet sales goals. 53 hundred employees have been fired. and wells fargo has been fined 185 million dollars. wells fargo sent out a memo to its employees saying when the bank makes mistakes.... it will own up to them. reporting live from spring mountain and ariville...
time now is x:xx --- still to come... the committee is working against the clock to get a plan together for an nfl stadium. but 3 big issues still stand in the way. we'll tell you what those are, next. and later--a broncos star player and las vegas native is defending himself this
morning. we'll hear from brandon marshall on his decision to kneel during the national anthem.
first court appearance since being re-arrested. his bail now stands at 1-point-7 million dollars. perez's brazen escape sparked a 5 day manhunt. perez is charged in the shooting death of 31-year-old mohammed robinson. he's also facing a number of other felony charges including escape. perez is due back in court las vegas..are you ready for some football? well, there's 3 big issues still standing in the way of the proposed 1- point-9 billion dollar nfl stadium. developers say they're not backing down from the 7-hundred-50 million in public funding. plus, they won't be sharing revenue from stadium operation with the county. another key issue being raised by the committee is.. who would pay for road improvements around the
steve sisolak clark county commission chairman 04.58.58.00 "my concern is when we are talking about they want to not share the profits, i get that. they want the upside. well i don;t want any more upside over $750 million." the committee is set to meet again next thursday to discuss any changes that come out of negotiation this weekend. the plan would then need the governor's approval... and a legislative session would need to be called for a final vote. -13- action news has done a lot of reporting on the proposed so going forward, we're making it easy for you to keep-up with what's happening. we now have an entire section at k-t-n-v dot com dedicated to bringing you the latest information on the stadium plan. that includes exclusive content from -13- action news political analyst jon ralston. time now is x:xx --- sunday marks 15-years since the 9-11 attacks.. and this morning, that iconic flag from ground zero is back
gusty for monday and tuesday. as this occurs, temperatures will fall dramatically! high temperatures for monday will range between 93 and 97 degrees with local areas in the upper 80s by tuesday lasting clear into thursday! winds will be a nuisance during this time though. 10-20 mph winds will be common expected monday and tuesday. gusts could reach upwards of 40 mph so take it easy on the
people are dead and another 47 injured after a train crash in spain. here's a look at the scene in north spain where the train came off the tracks.. local media is reporting that a ticket inspector and train driver an most of those injured just have minor injuries but 7 are in serious condition. this is a developing story...i'll be looking for updates here in the breaking news center new this morning.. north korea is claiming it has successfully tested a nuclear warhead. this latest test showed up as a 5- point-3 magnitude earthquake according to the u-s-g-s. the reclusive country is now claiming that its nuclear warhead can be mounted on
the u.s., south korea, japan and china have all condemned the test. vm (andrea duncan, mom) "i guess i can be grateful now because he's still here." this woman's son survived a horrific triple-shooting back in june. you might remember this surveillance video. it shows the suspects at a maverick gas station near killed that night--- while sitting in his brand new car with his 2 friends both suspects are now behind bars. but now, one of corsentino's night is opening up about what happened. "after i seen the gun, everything yea, everything just went black,and i just, just kept hearing gunshots." we aren't showing the teen's face out of precaution. he says the suspects were no strangers. one of the them had been with the victims right before the shooting. as our nation gets ready to honor the lives lost during the 9-11 attacks, an iconic piece
the american flag raised by firefighters at ground zero is now on display at the 9-11 memorial. the flag was missing for years but turned up in november 20-14 when a man gave it to police in washington state. he told them it was given to him by a widow of a 9-11 victim. how the flag ended up nearly 3- thousand miles from home is still a mystery. vm 0:07 nats of national anthem 0:11 about this one. denver broncos' linebacker brandon marshall choosing to take a knee during the national anthem before last night's game. the las vegas native deciding to join his former teammate at u-n- r---colin kaepernick in protesting racial injustice and police brutality. kaepernick has been the subject of both criticism and support since he first chose to sit during the anthem. marshall says taking a knee is a way to create dialogue. "i'm not against the military,
police or america. i'm just against social injustice" "colin is my fraternity brother, my ex-teammate. i believe in what he's trying to do." the broncos have released a statement saying "we encourage members of our organization to stand during the anthem..but understand and respect it being a personal decision." time now is x:xx --- how much time--on average--do kids spend playing outside? any guesses? well, a new study is revealing the answer. that's next in techbytes. among college students compared to 10 years ago? the
asia. caesars entertainment is now offering the first u-s hotel booking service on a communication app called "we-chat" which is very popular in china. just this week, the lucky dragon hotel and casino announced it will open its doors december 3rd to cater to people are eager to get their hands on that brand new iphone. abc's diane macedo and nick watt have the details in today's tech bytes. < ((diane/2shot)) in today's tech bytes... the rush is on for the i-phone seven. ((vo)) the apple website began taking pre-orders at midnight pacific time. ((nick reads)) but don't expect the first weekend sales numbers. this year, apple isn't going to release them... saying it already knows it will sell every i-phone seven available. ((diane/wipevo)) binging on streaming services is the new
a new study finds kids are spending more time watching programing than playing outside. ((nick reads)) kids spend an average of nearly 2 hours day watching streaming services. but average just 4- to- 7 minutes per day playing outside. ((diane/wipevo)) and finally, drone deliveries are the beginning of something really important to college students: burritos. ((nick reads)) chipotle and a company associated with google begin delivering food to the virginia tech campus this month. it's the most extensive test yet of drone deliveries in the u-s. > skies and warm weather for the valley today. high temperatures should range between 98 and 103 degrees and hold there through the weekend with mild winds until sunday afternoon. by the end of the weekend a weak low will have moved onto clouds but winds will begin to will fall dramatically! high temperatures for monday will range between 93 and 97 degrees
sunday with 15-25 mph wind expected monday and tuesday. gusts could reach upwards of 40 there's more to come on good morning las vegas including.. new details on a deadly hit and run. police say the victim was intentionally targetted by his own girlfriend! plus... johnson: and what is aleppo? barnicle: you're kidding. presidential candidate gary
so, what's the school district doing to make this right? plus--there's new details on the man who was hit and killed by a car in northeast valley. police now saying his own you were elected, about aleppo? johnson: about? and presidential candidate gary johnson is getting a lot of attention...but probably not the kind he wants. we'll tell you what he's saying about his interview mishap. beth fisher. and i'm todd quinones. the time now is ... let's get started with 13 first alert meteorologist greg bennett... ((ad-lib)) we continue our track of sunny skies and warm weather for the valley today. high temperatures should range between 98 and 103 degrees and hold there through the weekend with mild winds until sunday afternoon. by the end of the weekend a weak low will have moved onto shore around san diego and travel up the coast.
chances for rain or even heavy clouds but winds will begin to whip up sunday afternoon and become gusty for monday and tuesday. as this occurs, temperatures will fall dramatically! high temperatures for monday will range between 93 and 97 degrees with local areas in the upper 80s by tuesday lasting clear sunday with 15-25 mph wind it's been over 24 hours since kids were screened and cleared contamination. this morning..parents say they are not getting the answers they need. 13 action news reporter parker collins is live at walter johnson junior high officials
parker? there will be no students here--- as the school remains closed today. last night... ccsd met with parents... but things quickly got out of control. 6:07:01 nat parent yelling why do you think these parents and myself stood outside that school?! the meeting was supposed to be an open house. epa officials were there too. there was a lot of yelling and many parents we spoke to didn't get the answers they wanted... specifically where exactly the mercury came from... and how and when it spread. 7:08:36-7:08:43 "it became too much of a free for all too much chaos we heard answers to specific questions which doesn't do most of us any good." we know there's a lot of cleanup here to do. mercury was found in the gymnasium and several other places in the school. reporting live parker collins
this man right now. marco cota-tamaura is a fugitive from denver who could be heading to the valley. police say he and 3 other men kidnapped a man at gunpoint demanding ransom from his family in exchange for his safe return. the victim was beaten and eventually released. authorities say cota-tamaura has distinct tattoos on the inside of both forearms. he's considered armed and dangerous. a 5-thousand dollar reward is being offered for information leading to his arrest. the man killed in a hit and run near bonanza and pecos this week. police say his girlfriend ran him over, leaving him to die. darryl white was found right outside playa vista apartments on wednesday. we've learned he was a father of a 1- year-old. our crews spoke with his dad yesterday afternoon. he confirms that white's girlfriend--and mother of his child--has been arrested on suspicion of murder.
vehicle. she was eventually found and is behind bars this morning. just in this morning...vice president joe biden will take part in a tribute to first reponders before a philadelphia eagles game sunday. sunday marks the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. a white house official says biden will join 120 police officers...firefighte rs and emergency responders during the national anthem and a pregame ceremony. taking a live look right now in washington d-c where general loretta lynch will lead a moment of silence for a 9-11 commemoration ceremony. that will be in just about a half hour. turning to your voice, your vote. it appears the most crucial swing states in the presidential race are up for grabs. according to quinnipiac university, hillary clinton and donald trump are tied in florida and ohio. clinton holds a 5-point lead in
a seperate poll released yesterday shows trump slightly ahead of clinton in north carolina. clinton's camp is preparing for a big day of campaigning on the east coast. trump is planning to hold rallies in washington, d.c. and florida today. libertarian party candidate gary johnson remains in hot water but is apologizing for drawing a blank when questioned about a major international crisis. sot gary johnson: barnicle: what would you do, if you were about? barnicle: aleppo. johnson: and what is aleppo? barnicle: you're kidding. johnson: no. barnicle: aleppo is in syria. it's the epicenter of the refugee crisis. johnson: okay. got it. aleppo is the largest city in war- torn syria. lately, images have dominated headlines showing children who've been affected by the war there. minutes after his interview,johnson acknowledged
take a look at this... a major rescue operation in italy over the alps last night. 110 people were trapped in mid-air when some cable cars stopped working. rescue crews used helicopters to get 65 people out-- then the weather was too rough for flying. so they had to stop. the rest were stuck overnight...and crews will try to get to them this morning. time now is x:xx --- still to come... it's a peaceful place to live the hard part. a community in west texas..in shock over a deadly high school shooting. next, hear a student describe the terrifying moments inside that school.
a west texas high school is closed this morning and community is in over 20,000 nevadans rely on planned parenthood for access to basic health services and critical cancer screenings. but congressman heck voted to defund planned parenthood and was willing to shut down the government over it. heck opposed roe v. wade and voted to criminalize abortion. congressman heck is what's wrong with washington.
girl. the school was immediately put on lockdown. police got there fast, but say the shooter had already turned the gun on herself. officials say she seemed to be a good student who moved to the area about 6 months ago. the victim ran outside and was rushed to a hospital. her condition is unknown this morning. police are investigating a motive. marijuana-vo some mixed news this morning on drug use at colleges around the u-s. according to a new national future'.. nearly 40% of college students surveyed said they had smoked marijuana in the past year. that's up from 30-pecent ten years ago. meanwhile, every parent knows kids seem to bring home more than homework from school. they also bring home a cold or even the flu. the c-d-c says on average an elementary-aged child gets sick 8- to -12- times a year. the biggest places with germs? the drinking fountain and cafeteria trays. experts say the best way to
and water. also get enough sleep to boost the immune system on top of good nutrition and staying active. time now is x:xx --- up next... a high school cheerleader receives..not 1...but 57 roses! all from the football team. we'll tell you the very touching story behind the sweet gesture. plus, dozens of c-c-s-d students are doing cross fit for p-e. but there's concerns over its safety. we checked out a class for ourselves. we'll show you what we found, hello las vegas! we're back with the latest 13 things to do this week list and it is a good one. the sassy wanda sykes is back in las vegas. the comedian is known for her boisterous personality and unique voice. she performs friday night at treasure island. skye canyon is hosting skye & stars with the las vegas astronomical society on saturday night. they will provide the telescopes.
admission is free. if you love italian food and fun, you'll want to check out the 27th annual san gennaro feast opens september 13th at craig ranch park. in addition to food, there will live entertainment, a variety of vendors, and a carnival. if you want to see the full list of 13 things to do this week in las vegas, just head to k-t-n-v dot com.
las vegas will not expect chances for rain or even heavy clouds but winds will begin to whip up sunday afternoon and become gusty for monday and tuesday. as this occurs, temperatures will fall dramatically! high temperatures for monday will range between 93 and 97 degrees with local areas in the upper 80s by tuesday lasting clear into thursday! wi be a nuisance during this time though. 10-20 mph winds will be common sunday with 15-25 mph wind expected monday and tuesday. gusts could reach upwards of 40 mph so take it easy on the roads and hold on to your hats! just in this morning nissan is
reach upwards of 40 mph so take it easy on the roads and hold on to your hats! recalling 120-thosuand cars and s- u-vs because brake fluid could leak and start a fire. in some cases owners are being advised to park their vehicles outside until they're fixed. the recall covers certain 2015 to 2017 murano suvs and 2016 to 2017 maxima large cars that are equipped with intelligent
nissan says several vehicles caught fire. dealers will replace defective pumps for free. dozens of clark county schools are teaching students "crossfit." some critics are concerned it may not be safe for children. we checked out a class... to see what teachers are doing to try and prevent kids from getting hurt. 11.5 demonstrate to me that they can move correctly and that they can move safely 14 if they can do those two things, then we can handle a little bit more weight 18 this is the crossfit club at west tech. while we watched their class, the three coaches gave tips and corrections to make sure everyone used good form. a study published in "the journal of strength and conditioning research" found nearly 3-fourths of people training in "crossfit" have suffered injuries. c-c-s-d says by the end of 2017... 50 schools in the district will have crossfit classes. remember that high school girl
morning she's getting even more support. "ashley" is suffering from leukemia. so a friend on the team came up with this idea to encourage her. "she's part of cougar family, so, i mean, why not let her know that we're all here for her." overwhelmed, ashley tweeted out: "i don't know where i'd be without the support of my family, friends, and most importantly my school." there's another game tonig opposing team tweeted out a message asking students to wear orange in support with the hashtag "ashley strong." vo thousands of children will take home food from school today so they can eat over the weekend. and channel 13 and the scripps howard foundation are making sure no child is left out.
serving our kids--the non profit that provides bags of food to these at-risk kids. we showed up with food, help, and a 7-thousand dollar check from the scripps howard foundation--the largest cash donation this organizations has ever received. it's fabulous. we knew you were coming to help us bag tonight to kick off the new school year. we knew you were doing a food drive. but to get that check was just amazing. unbelievable. " the money will be used to buy food when donations come up short. run 100% by volunteers, every penny from the scripps howard foundation goes to food for kids. the defending super bowl champion denver broncos start this season..in the same fashion they ended last season. it's topping today's stories now trending.
cheers 1:12 the carolina panthers missing a field goal that would've given them the win in the mile high city. broncos quarterback trevor performed well in his nfl debut...throwing for 1-hundred-78 yards and a touchdown. cam newton threw a touchdown but felt the pressure from the broncos defense. final score--21 to 20! here's one for the prince fans out there. paisley park is looking for workers. they're hiring oper oversee public tours at the late rock star's home. the team that operate's elvis presley's graceland is coordinating a job fair right now. paisley park will open to visitors this fall. daily guided tours take fans through prince's recording studios, rehearsal rooms, soundstage and concert halls where he held private events. you can check out all of the stories that are trending today.. just download our free 13 action news mobile app. you can get the latest weather updates, breaking news alerts
skies and warm weather for the valley today. high temperatures should range between 98 and 103 degrees and hold there through the weekend with mild winds until sunday afternoon. by the end of the weekend a chances for rain or even heavy as this occurs, temperatures will fall dramatically! high temperatures for monday will range between 93 and 97 degrees with local areas in the upper 10-20 mph winds will be common sunday with 15-25 mph wind d monday and tuesday. gusts could reach upwards of 40 mph so take it easy on the roads and hold on to your hats! time now is x:xx --- i'm following a lot here in the breaking news center... we also have our reporters covering stories in the valley. parker is covering the fallout from that toxic scare at walter
right now many students in philadelphia are heading to school--- but won't have to stay for the entire day. it's all because of extreme heat. forecasters there say the temperature could hit 94 degrees... which doesn't seem very hot for us here in las vegas! but the humidity is also supposed to be high. and some schools there don't have air conditioning. if it does get to 94 degrees today... back in 18-84, an 8 year old boy can't go to school today... order... and had the boy removed from class. peyton whitehead's neighbor filed the court order... because he says that peyton was threatening his kids. but the neighbor also says he was surprised when the judge signed off on the order. peyton's mother was in tears when she got a call from the
peyton's mom says she will be forced to home school her son --- at least until a court hearing later this month. inspected-v a team of independent investigators is finally examining the kansas water slide... where a 10 year old was killed last month. the two women riding in the raft with him were also seriously injured. the attorney for the sisters say they are waiting for the information about the investigation, before they file a lawsuit. the slide wsa shut down after the deadly accident. the water park has not said if it will ever re-open. a mattress store in texas is apologizing this morning-- after coming under serious fire for making a commerial promoting their "twin tower sale" for 9-eleven. :00-:04 nats of commercial and people falling into mattress there you see them promoting their sales... while knocking down two towers
the community.. calling the add insensitive-- and horribly offensive. ((sot)) jenee lewis, upset over twin towers spoof "i watched it and it just instantly just struck a nerve." "really upset me. i felt like people really need to know that this is not okay." (butted with) (cherise bonanno/ miracle mattress, owner) "it was stupid, it was a stupid idea that we sent out and we apologize for our stupidity the owner of the mattress company also issued an apology families of those affected by the terrorist attack-- saying he was disgusted by the commercial made by a family member. big money is being spent in the u-s senate race here in nevada... 13 action news political analyist jon ralston shows us where the cash is going... 02 "1 million dollars, that's what was spent... ...13 action news :29 happening right now attorney general loretta lynch is
part of a commemoration ceremony for the 15th anniversary of 9-11. this is with dep employees. following the moment of silence, the attorney general will deliver remarks and dedicate a commemorative plaque for the "survivor tree" seedling that was planted in the department of justice's courtyard on the anniversary last year. this morning at 8... palo verde high school will hold a special remembrance ceremony for all the 9-11 victims... the school's foreign languages teacher barbara edwards. edwards was a passenger on american airlines flight 77, which crashed into the