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major story unfolding as we speak. late breaking developments in the bombing attacks that hit new york and new jersey... the manhunt for a person wanted for questioning in connection with all the attacks came to a dramatic end! take a look at this video of the suspect being carried away on a stretcher.... police arresting him after a shootout! abc's ray raimundi is in new york city's chelsea neighborhood with more. (new track and video coming) he's 28-year old ahmad khan sot - gov. andrew cuomo / (d) new york "..." federal agents...moving in.. searching thru rahami's home in elizabeth, new jersey. nats - elizabeth, new jersey "...explosion..." the same city where yet another explosion exploded. this ? while authorities say it was right near the verranzano bridge...late sunday night.. where f-b-i agents stopped explosion in manhattan...
and we are following every viable lead as we continue to in the aftermath of the explosion...investiga tors say discovered a few blocks away from the chelsea bombing ray with nj plates. the f-b-i is still working to see whether he acted alone or as part of a terror network. story here at home. ten months ago metro shot and killed a man-- mistaking his bb searching thru rahami's home in elizabeth, new jersey. nats - elizabeth, new jersey diffuse one of five devices found in a backpack...when it .five men and detained them... as they determine whether they were connected to the bombings saturday night. law enforcement officials moving rapidly in piecing together this investigation sot we are following every viable lead as we continue to work jointly with the nypd." investigators are closely analyzing this dumpster....twisted and mangled in the aftermath of the explosion. from the detonation of a pipe bomb in seaside park, new jersey...to the chelsea explosion...investiga tors say they were able to track rahami...from a cell phone attached to an undetonated pressure cooker... discovered a few blocks away from the chelsea bombing ray
armed and dangerous - and driving a 2003 blue honda civic with nj plates. the f-b-i is still working to see whether he acted alone or as part of a terror network. ray raimundi, abc news, new york. we're following another big story here at home. ten months ago metro shot and killed a man-- mistaking his bb gun for a real firearm. a public fact finding review is taking place right now.... it could help decide if the officers should be charged. the d-a has suggested no charges be filed against the officers. 13 action news reo kynaston is live at the clark county government center with more on this hearing. these types of reviews are held for transparency-- sharing facts about the case with the public-- including family of this man-- who was inside the hearing today. thomas mceniry's mother sobbed-- as she watched video from that night back in november-- when police shot and
running from police-- after they tried to pull him over for for a traffic violation. body cam footage was released after that shooting-- mcenirys mother says she had seen the video before-- but says it never gets easier. police mistook mcenirys bb gun-- for a real firearm. it could still take a few more weeks until the district attorney makes that final determination-- on what will happen to the officers involved. mk-- 13an. hello. and thanks for joining us on 13 action news live at midday. i'm dayna roselli. and i'm todd quinones. sunny skies hold for today but will be the hottest day in the forecast! expect the city to range between 97 and 103 degrees this afternoon with mild winds out of the east. everything changes though
through thursday. the low pressure system we have been watching since last tuesday will be making into the southern nevada area by tomorrow. heavy clouds build and high temperatures drop to a range between 86 to 91 degrees with winds between 10 and 20 mph and gusts around 25 mph. rain chances pop in as well. 11am to 4pm is our best window for rain with chances peaking at 25%. wednesday, as it stands, looks to be an early evening event clear into thursday late morning for rain. the rain chances though are slightly higher than tuesday; ran with partly cloudy skies. by thursday evening, rain chances diminish and sunny seen getting into a fight on the las vegas strp. his trial in a battery case was supposed to start today... but there was a major change in plans. parker collins is here to tell us why the trial has been pushed back. most of us remember this video... vince neil and nick cage getting into on the strip... as you said dayna... neil was supposed to be on trial this morning..
but that's not why the trial was delayed. the trial got moved because some witnesses couldn't make it. remember-- neil is facing charges... because police say he pulled a woman's hair --- who was apparently trying to get nicholas cage's autograph. this happened in april... in front of the aria. police say neil pulled the woman to the ground. witnesses say neil and cage got into it right after that. the new date for the bench trial is october 20th. since it's a bench trial there won't be a jury... just a judge. rk news. a night of breakthrough moments and emotions! the emmy's are still on everyone's mind this morning! coming up -- who stole the spotlight and most of the awards! then later -- a battle off the grid iron about where the raiders should call home. billboards here in vegas are welcoming the team...but now the nfl's commissioner has a strong warning about moving the team. (julia louis-dreyfus) .
that really mattered. thank you. [ applause ] emotions running high at this year's emmy awards. while there were several familiar faces returning to the emmy stage, it was a mini-series on "the trial of the century" that earned the abc's lara spencer shows us the drama and the emotions on and off the stage! host jimmy kimmel set the tone for the night straight out of the gate?.. nats - jimmy// 20:05:59 "if your show doesn't have a dragon or a white bronco in it then go home now." nat montage 21:39:12: "the people vs. oj simpson" 21:21:47: "the people vs. oj simpson american crime story." 21:34:20: "the people vs. oj simpson american crime story." the simpson docudrama
a limited series or movie for courtney b vance?.. 5528 emmys gma winners walk cam 2 p2// 22:21:27 lara: "what was it like to hear your name called?" 5526 emmys gma winners walk cam 1 p2.01// 22:21:29 courtney: "you listen to the first syllable, caa. that's all i listened too and i knew it was me this time." and best actress in a limited nats - jimmy// 20:06:07: "sarah paulson who played marcia clark and actually brought marcia clark with her tonight// everyone in la knows, if you want to win, sit next to marcia clark." 552 walk cam 2 p2// 22:17:32 lara: i love the moment, the big hug that you gave marcia clark when you heard your name. tell me about that moment. 5526 emmys gma winners walk cam 2 p2.01// 22:17:50 marcia: it was very meaningful to have her here. game of thrones took best drama? 22:55:16: "and the emmy goes to?game of thrones." but lost out in the major acting awards??where some surprises included snl's kate mckinnon's-first emmy as best supporting actress in a comedy?? nats - kate// 20:27:29: "thank you hillary
impersonates sending out this tweet congratulating her. veep brought home the best comedy series as its star julia louis dryfuss made history?.. winning her fifth consecutive emmy?. nats - julia// 20:41:32 "i think that veep has torn down the wall between comedy and politics. our show started out as a political satire, but it now feels more like a sobering documentary (laughter). so i certainly do promise to mexico pay for it." that was abc's lara spencer reporting. a major scare for passengers flying to reno. a plane rolls off a runway with more than 200 people on a plane rolls off a runway with
a plane rolls off a runway with more than 200 people on board... an update on their condition and what caused the incident. and in today's financial focus -- our our financial analyst will join us live to talk about a variety of topics including jobless rates in nevada going down! our financial analyst steve
the city to range between 97 and 103 degrees this afternoon with mild winds out of the east. everything changes though moving into tomorrow through thursday. the low pressure system we have been watching since last tuesday will be making into the by tomorrow. heavy clouds build and high temperatures drop to a range between 86 to 91 degrees with winds between 10 and 20 mph and
25 mph. rain chances pop in as well. 11am to 4pm is our best window for rain with chances peaking at 25%. wednesday, as it stands, looks to be an early evening event clear into thursday late morning for rain. the rain chances though are highs will hold in the upper off between 15 and 25 mph but raiders fans are getting excited about the idea of the team coming to las vegas.... but the n-f-l commissioner is throwing some cold water on the idea.... plus -- a new shocking study shows just how often pokemon go players may be putting their
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is diagnosed with asperger's, is schizophrenic and suffers from seizures. the 19-year-old was last seen yesterday afternoon leaving his home near lake mead and hollywood. his family says he needs medication and if not taken, it can be life- threatening. if you have information on his whereabouts, call police immediately. in today's health report... it may be a game -- but now new research pointing to what could go. here's abc news senior medical contributor dr. timothy johnson. they seek them here, they seek them there. pokemon go!, seems to be everywhere. it's fun, it's for all ages...it's even heralded for promoting physical activity. but use common sense says a new study analyzing tweets? showing that pokemon go! players may be putting themselves - and others - in dangerous situations all to capture a couple of charzards. researchers at san diego state university analyzed four thousand tweets referencing the
thirty three percent of these tweets indicated that a driver, passenger, or pedestrian was involved with a car while distracted by the game. and some tweets referenced accidents or near misses because they were so focused on the pokemon. like this one quote, just saw a kid get clipped by a car trying to catch a pokemon. the researchers then looked at news reports over this same ten-day period? finding fourteen car crashes attributed to pokemon play? with one distracted driver even steering his car into a tre. "augmented reality" games could foretell a new era of distracted driving and walking. so look out for oyur safety before oyu start looking for pokemon. bottom line for all you players out there: look out for your safety? before you start looking for pokemon. with this medical minute, i'm dr. timothy johnson. possible move-vo 00:06:37:23-00:06:42:29 "it's raiders until we die in this city right here, so nice try las vegas." will they stay or will they go? the debate heating up among
their beloved team should call home. while las vegas is a step closer in welcoming the team, it appears the nfl commissioner might have some reservations about that move. during a press conference yesterday, roger goodell hinted that he thinks the raiders should stay in oakland. he said quote "i believe there's a solution in oakland." as you can imagine, our local officials don't agree with goodell. commissioner sisolak also points to projections about how many jobs it could bring if the raiders moved to vegas. at least 18-thousand 9-thousand permanent ones have been promised. right now we are working on all- new stories for our second half-hour. including -- the very latest details on the explosions that rocked new york and new jersey...the fbi now connecting the two! and -- isis is now claiming responsibility for that stabbing spree at a minnesotta
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at midday: isis now claiming responsibility for that stabbing spree at a minnesota mall. today we are hearing from the father of the attacker. and those weekend attacks are now taking center stage on the campaign trail. what the candidates are saying. but first -- the man accused of setting off bombs in new york and new jersey over the weekend is now behind bars. this is the dramatic moment ahmad khan rahami was taken away on a stretcher after a shootout with new york police just hours ago. one police officer was shot in in the hand. saturday's blast injured 29 people in new york city and an explosion that occurred near a charity race in seaside park, new jersey, earlier that day. according to a senior law enforcement official...investigat ors first identified rahami sunday afternoon. they were able to identify him through a fingerprint. the fbi says rahami was born in afghanistan and is a naturalized u.s. citizen. his last known address was in elizabeth, new jersey.
another terrorist attack. isis is claiming responsibility for the stabbing spree at a minnesotta mall saturday. nine people were hurt in the attack before an off-duty officer shot and killed the attacker. abc's eva pilgrim is on the scene in saint cloud, minnesota with the newest developments. this morning... the fbi investigating if the man who went on a stabbing rampage at a minnesota mall had ties to terrorism. sot - female eyewitness: "it was absolute chaos." 18-year-old ryan schliep... says he was walking into the mall when he came face-to-face with the attacker. sot - ryan sch "he started striking a woman in the back of the head." // "i was just a road block. objective was." in total, ((keyable gfx)) 9 people stabbed. authorities say the knife- wielding attacker - ((keyable gfx)) 22- year-old dahir adan - dressed in a security guard's uniform... and was referring to allah during his spree. sot - chief william blair anderson / st. cloud police department: "there's at least one victim who was asked if he was a muslim." after five minutes of terror -- an off- duty police officer shooting and killing
speaking thru a translator... nats - translator: "yeah, he died at the mall." ((keyable lower third verbate gfx)) ... confirming his son died during the rampage... nats - ktsp reporter: "are you aware that isis is saying that he was a soldier?" translator: "nothing, nothing." ((keyable lower third verbate gfxs)) ... saying he wasn't aware his son was involved with isis - this as the terrorist organization claims to have inspired the attack ((fullscreen gfx)) saying adan was a "soldier of the islamic to calls to target the citizens." hello. and thanks for joining us on second half of 13 action news live at midday. i'm todd quinones. and i'm dayna roselli. let's now get a check of your forecast with greg bennett! range between 97 and 103 degrees this afternoon with mild winds out of the east. everything changes though
thursday. the low pressure system we have been watching since last tuesday will be making into the southern nevada area by tomorrow. heavy clouds build and high temperatures drop to a range between 86 to 91 degrees with winds between 10 and 20 mph and gusts around 25 mph. rain chances pop in as well. 11am to 4pm is our best window for rain with chances peaking at 25%. wednesday, as it stands, looks to be an early evening event clear into thursday late morning for rain. slightly higher than tuesday; ranging between 30% and 40% for the valley with the potential for isolated thunderstorms. highs will hold in the upper 80s for the afternoon along with partly cloudy skies. winds will get gustier moving into thursday morning; topping off between 15 and 25 mph but and just breaking now -- las vegas strip headliner mariah carey announcing the end of her caesara palace residency,. her final performance scheduled
chopper 13 fast and first over the scene of an overnight house fire showing us the damage... our crews were first to the scene as firefighters were still putting out some hot spots in a home just east of 13 action news reporter parker collins has the latest from firefighters. 6:49:11-6:49:35 firefighters have been out here all morning and even now you can see the firefighters say no one was supposed to be here they're trying to figure out who started this or what started it charleston and eastern parker
a plane heading to reno from denver skids off the runway just before takeoff. officials say this united plane's brakes went out... forcing it to go into a grassy area near the runway. about two hundred people were on board at the time. after waiting at the airport overnight passengers were given food vouchers and boarded on a new plane. no one was hurt. everyone was bused back to the terminal and put on another fight to reno. :13 "i pilot and passengers in gilbert, arizona. they survive, not only a crash, but a fireball! four skydivers onboard the small cessna were set to jump in a local festival, when the plane ran into trouble. all of them made it out without a scrath. the pilot also parachuted to safety suffering burns and other injuries. witness "i saw just a ball of flame. it was like it was going straight and then it went straight down.
but amazingly the two people inside were not hurt the national transporation safety board -- is investigating. in your voice your vote now -- the bombing attacks - and weekend stabbings at a minnesota mall are already taking center stage in the race for the white house. stephanie ramos reports -- both presidential nominees are talking about terrorism today. attacks in new york, new jersey and minnesota bring terror center stage for donald trump and hillary clinton. (fox) sot - donald trump / (r) mess." this morning, donald trump is going back to an old mantra .... calling for racial profiling. (fox) sot - donald trump / (r) presidential nominee "our local police, they know who a lot of these people are, they are afraid to do anything about it, because they don't want to be (fox) sot - donald trump / (r) presidential nominee "we've been letting people in by the thousands ..//just last week obama syria..hillary clinton wants to increase what he's let in." hillary clinton leaving new york this
saying terrorists are a challenge but law enforcement is prepared to address. sot - hillary clinton / (d) presidential nominee "crucial we build up front...police..musli m community...working closely with allies top priority with commander in chief." clinton preaching vigilance and tolerance. sot - hillary clinton / (d) presidential nominee "see something...resolve not fear// not going after an entire religion." stephanie ramos oncam close: both trump and the egyptian president.... this week is the united nations general assembly and clinton stephanie ramos, abc news, washington one person dead, and 2 others are recovering after 3 seperate shootings across the valley. and no arrests have been made
was at grapevine springs park near hacienda and lamb when he was shot by another man. we're told a man was grazed in the chest by a bullet and was taken to sunrise hospital. the second shooting happened just minutes later near las vegas boulevard and bonanza. a man said he was shot in the leg by a stray bullet from a shooting that happened between two groups of men. he was dropped off at the hospital by someone. police his injuries are non- life threatening. a 19-year-old man was killed in a third shooting. this one happened early yesterday morning..near lake mead an investigators don't believe this shooting was random. they're are still looking for the killer this morning. back at home -- a deadly shooting -- in north las vegas. a 19-year-old man -- gunned down. now -- police need your help -- finding his killer. detectives tell 13-action news -- they're looking for a blue pick-up truck. they say -- this is likely not on sunday, september 18, 2016, police say the driver ran over a man riding his scooter and
high-school the victim remains in critical condition this morning. police say the minivan driver ran a stop sign before hitting the scooter. neighbors living nearby, say accidents happen all too often in this area. 05:04:24i wouldn't be able to speak to you right now if it was one of my loved ones, i just feel really bad and hope the guys okay. 05:04:30 here's one more look at the suspect's vehicle. police say it's a honda pilot -- with visible damage like a broken window. if you have any informati right now..a suspected robber is on the run. now police need your help tracking him down. take a good look at these surveillance pictures. police say this man is behind several robberies in the valley. the first happened near rainbow and charleston. the others near spring mountain and sandhill.. and on spring mountain near polaris. if you have any information, call police immediately. 20 people are recovering in washington d-c after a crash.
into a van. a boy on the bus and a 73-year-old were thrown forward and hit a pole during the impact. officials say they are expected to be ok. the cause of the incident remains under investigation. the other injuries are also minor. security is the main focus as world leaders gather for the u-n general assembly meeting in new york city this morning. the meeting comes just days after that explosion in chelsea. the nypd has stationed more barricades in certain areas. new yorkers say they welcome the new measures. "i feel better. with all these police here? yes, i feel protected." 1-hundred-35 heads of state are attending the u-n meeting this week. world leaders will focus on the refugee crisis and the conflict happenening in syria. barack obama will address the u-n for his final time as president tomorrow. right now people in florida are
into their drinking water!... you won't believe what the company responsible is telling them. and --it's now over for the iconic jersey boys here in las vegas! coming up-- who took the stage for the final curtain call last night! and here's a live look at the new york stock exchange... congressman heck's become part of the problem in washington. heck voted to protect perks for politicians like himself, allowing congressmen to travel on private jets at taxpayer expense and voted members of congress, like himself, taxpayer-funded healthcare for life.
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robberies in the valley. according to police, he confessed to the crimes, saying he needed the money for h-o-a fees and other bills. his family claims he's battling a heroin addiction. we recently spoke with steve ross and his wife. they say shane has been battling "demons" for a long time. but they're grateful for the outpouring of support. the case of shane ross reflects the ongoing opoid and heroin epidemic gripping our nation. that's why president obama is dedicating this week to
overdoses. the president is calling on all americans to hold events taht raise awareness about the danger of those heroin and opoids. obama says the number of deadly overdoses from those drugs has almost quadrupled in the past 17-years. when people living in florida go to drink water today, some are worried they could be drinking toxic waste. that's because of a a massive sinkhole that's opened up at a fertilizer plant. over 2-hundred million gallons of radioactive water has spilled into the state's main source for drinking water. the drinking water is safe, but not everyone is convinced. melanie woods: "the first word that comes to your mind when you hear radioactive is cancer." the company has notified the federal government and they're removing the tainted water. the recovery process could take months. also in florida -- three people are recovering after being bit by sharks at a popular beach. it all happened in central florida in new smyrna beach. officials say the incidents
during the day-- but all the victims were bitten at the same area. beachgoers say they saw more than one shark at the beach. "a lot of sharks ..i saw one earlier at the ramp then i saw two in here so i saw three today." butt to "bait fish...yep. a lot of bait fish today question: did you see any sharks today? "yep big size ones probably four to six footers." the sharks attacked all three victims while they were drivers in the southeast might have a hard time finding a place to fill up the tank this morning. that's because many gas pumps are out of service in several cities. a massive spill at a gas pipeline in alabama is to blame. crews ares still working to repair the leak. gas for millions of people in the south and east coast is carried along the pipeline. leaders in alabama and georgia have now declared states of emergency. (ryan davis, driver) ""i'm about to run out right now.
price gouging across the region, which is against the law during a state of emergency. sunny skies hold for today but will be the hottest day in the forecast! expect the city to range between 97 and 103 degrees this afternoon with mild winds out of the east. everything changes though moving into tomorrow through thursday. the low pressure system we have watching since last tuesday will be making into the southern nevada area by tomorrow. heavy clouds build and high temperatures drop to a range
gusts around 25 mph. rain chances pop in as well. 11am to 4pm is our best window for rain with chances peaking at 25%. wednesday, as it stands, looks to be an early evening event clear into thursday late morning for rain. the rain chances though are slightly higher than tuesday; ranging between 30% and 40% for the valley with the thunderstorms. highs will hold in the upper 80s for the afternoon along with partly cloudy skies. winds will get gustier moving into thursday morning; topping off between 15 and 25 mph but lighten into the weekend. by thursday evening, rain chances diminish and sunny skies return just in time for the weekend along with
it's the picture seen around the world. she meets gop presidential candidate donald trump. mari copney first made headlines...after writing a letter to the president about flint's water headlines...after writing a letter to the president about flint's water crisis. now, people on the internet are having a field day with her latest photo, comparing it to her picture with president obama. both and her mom say the picture with trump is not how it looks.
( lulu brezzell, mari's mom) "my little brother had told on around them it might have startled her." copney's mom says some are criticizing her, saying she's putting her daughter in the spotlight. she says that's far from the truth. vo sad news out of hollywood. "the sound of music" star, charmian carr has died after the actress sang one of the movie's classic songs, "sixteen going on seventeen. carr is the first of the actors who played the seven von trapp children to pass away. the 1965 film won five academy awards, including best picture. nats singing the cast of jersey boys -- took their final bow last night at the
making it the longest-running -- broadway musical on the strip. if bought tickets for a future performance you can exchange them -- or get a refund. the jersey boys show in new york -- will close in january. right now everyone is still talking about the winners and losers at the emmys... .but also about this hilarious moment with host jimmy .but also about this hilarious moment with host jimmy kimmel.... you're a lifesaver thank you...hey your'e driving i'm in between jobs right now you know you can make 12- dollars an hour driving for uber. i have to get downtown for the emmys. are you nominated? wow whats that like? that was the opening scene from
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