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for police to release the video of the deadly shooting that has sparked so much violence. shooting and... the man accused of shooting two people inside a parking garage at mccarran faces a judge for the first time. plus... a new warning this afternoon if you have a yahoo account. chances are...you've been hacked. the latest on what some are calling the largest security breach ever to do right now to protect your information. but we begin 13 action news live at 3...with a live look outside across the valley. right now, the winds are really beginning to pick up out there. we have team coverage...as a wind advisory is in effect. the high winds creating a fire danger 13 first alert meteorologist dan bronis is out live. but first let's check in with chief meteorologist bryan scoffield. bryan...just how damaging could these winds be? winds will stay breezy overnight as we keep a sustained wind near 10 mph
cool side with lower 60s to mid 60s around. right now...charlotte is bracing for what could be night of violent protest. 44 people were arrested last night and 9 people were injured...including a man who was shot and remains in critical condition. a-b-c's heather waliga has the latest as city officials are deciding if a curfew is needed. nats: of clean up of looted businesses downtown charlotte.... cleaning-up. after the city was under siege
sot - jennifer richards / (d) charlotte mayor "this has been a difficult couple of days for the city of charlotte." nats: flash bangs what started out as peaceful protest... turned into chaos more nats of flash bangs flash bangs exploding into crowds of demonstrators...who clashed with police in riot gear. sending people running for safety... nats of protestors fighting with police the mayhem... stemming from the shooting death of keith lamont scott on tuesday. police say officer brentley vinson pulled the trigger... holding a gun . family say he wasn't armed and had a book. abc affiliate wsoc...obtained a photo of what police say is the weapon recovered at the scene. two opposite accounts of what transpired...leading to louder calls for the release of dash and body cam footage. sot - kerr putney / charlotte chief of police "transparency is in the eyes of the beholder. i can tell you the party right now, whose really in my priority...with honoring their
shooting." sot - from naacp presser "if these videos are released that is one tangible olive branch to the community that is embroiled in the inexplicable pain? " pkg tag: the mother of keith tells abc news... and says she wants justice for her son's death. the national guard says over 400 troops will be on the ground in charlotte by sundown. heather waliga /for abc news, charlotte this just in... tulsa officer betty shelby will be chared with manslaughter in the death of t video shows crutcher walking away from shelby with his arms in the air before being shot and killed. shelby claims crutcher was not following police commands and that she was forced to fire when he began to reach inside his vehicle. tulsa police say crutcher did not have a gun on him or in his vehicle. a contact 13 consumer alert this afternoon. if you have a yahoo account.. or used to have one. it may have been hacked. as many as 5-hundred million accounts may be affected. the company says it believes a
behind the data breach---meaning an individual acting on behalf of a government. information including usernames, passwords and dates of birth may have been stolen. yahoo users are urged to change their password and security questions and review their accounts for suspicious activity. we are getting our first look at the man accused of shooting at his estranged wife and her new boyfriend. but now...we're learning the boyfriends teenage son told police he thought he was going to g 13 action news reporter marissa kynaston has the newest details from court. 08:53:50:26 he shot 2 people, including his estranged wife and her new boyfriend, additionally he pointed the gun at the son of the new boyfriend 08:54:02:23 68 year old jeffrey brown appeared in court for the first time-- since beinf accused of shooting his estranged wife-- fara-- and her new boyfriend. according to the police report-- fara-- her boyfriend--
they found brown waiting for them in the airport parking garage. thats when-- according to the arrest report-- he shot at fara and her boyfriend-- and then turned the gun on the teenager-- before the boy was able to run away. marissa tag browns bail was set to $650 thousand dollars. he'll appear in court again in october. mk-- 13an.. a violent robbery caught on camera... a man battered and beaten as two thieves bust in demanding cash. how the pair were able to fool employees into letting them plus... a disturbing story aboard a school bus. what these middle schoolers were chanting that has so many outraged. remember chopper 13 is bringing you breaking news fast and first. and a look at today's closing numbers.. the dow was up 99 points, closing at 18,392
investigators say 2 men posing as employees managed to get inside the main office of a grocery store. once inside...they began attacking an employee...punching him several times in the face. the other robber took money from a safe before taking off. a maryland middle school is now under fire.. because parents say leaders need to discipline more than a dozen students who were repeatedly chanting the n-word on the school bus. "one, two, three, four, how many (n- words) are in my store?" the student who recorded the video says she was extremely upset, and asked them to stop.
immediately showed the video to her father. he called the school, and the next day they sent out a letter saying the students were mimicking an online video where young black men satirize the way they're treated in stores... and the students who were chanting were african-american, latino and asian. "i do believe if there were caucasians that they found saying that word it would've been a totally different response," (butted with) "whatever race they are, they're still saying a word that has a lot of bad the family of the student who recorded the video is now calling for the students to face some form of punishment. high drama at the national championship air races up in reno. a pilot nearly decapitated by a competitor as he sits on the runway. we'll hear from the pilot as he describes the terrifying encounter. and... hundreds forced to flee from a valley casino after a fire breaks out at the golden nugget. the careless act by a guest
that inmate... david frostick began struggling with the officer and began beating him with a flashlight. the attack lasted several minutes before other officers jumped in with non-life threatening injuries and is is expected to be okay. dramatic video captures a pilot's near brush with death...as a fellow racer nearly decapitates him at the national air races up in reno. a-b-c's david kerley has more on the frightening encounter. it's the moment air racing pilot thom (tom) richard never saw coming. nats - strike - 0:26 (slow motion) it's a fellow pilot - striking him from behind?at 60 mph? shearing off part of the
close to his head thom richard/pilot, world champion racer sot richard: "it happened so fast//i spun around faster than the blink of an eye." virtual view the plan was for eight planes to take off at the same time... but with engine trouble... richard's plane is shut down nats - engine trouble - 0:05 ?he signals to abort the take- off...opening his canopy to caution the other pilots. a message they didn't receive in time. steve senegal was piloting the other plane - video from inside his cockpit shows the dramatic tom are you ok? the first thought on both their minds? concern for each other? nats richard: are you okay? nats senegal: yeah, i'm okay. , david kerley, abc news washington nearly a hundred people are forced from their rooms after an early morning fire at the golden nugget casino.
fire officials say the fire was smoking related -- it appears the guest fell asleep while smoking and the mattress caught on fire. the fire was quickly put out by fire sprinklers that were activated inside the room. three floors of the hotel were evacuated. no one was hurt. a state of emergency has been declared in puerto rico. this is after a substation fire apparently led to a collapse of the electric system. around 3 and a half million people live on the island and nearly all of them lost power at one point. the fire is now und and crews are working to restore power. they hope to have everything back online by tomorrow. record-setting rain has to lead to severe flooding in minnesota. this is near minneapolis. you can see a car nearly submerged in the water. emergency crews had to help several stranded drivers. up to 6 inches of rain fell in some parts of the state last night and more wet weather is on the way. (ad-lib toss) let's go to 13 first alert chief meteorologist
winds will stay breezy overnight as we keep a sustained wind near 10 mph around and gusts up to 20 mph possible. skies will be clear and the temperatures will drop. planned with some valley locations getting down to the upper 50s. winds will stay breezy in the early hours of friday with the winds calming around 12 pm tomorrow. skies will be clear but the temperatures will be the highlih we should top out right above 80 degrees which would make friday a perfect early autumn day for southern nevada. as we head into the weekend we will warm slightly but keep the highs below 90. sunshine each afternoon with a slight afternoon breeze expected. we will start off each day on the cool side with lower 60s to mid 60s around.
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brawling...on live t-v. you're watching 13 action news, where you get breaking news fast and first. stay with us. a wild fist fight breaks out a wild fist fight breaks out between candida woman: here in nevada, those were the worst days of our lives, blip." narrator: in 2008, joe heck called nevada's housing crisis "a blip on the radar."
that's just how out of touch joe heck is. narrator: after heck sponsored a bill giving tax breaks to big banks, he took over $500,000 from wall street-- including banks who caused the housing crisis. it's clear what joe heck's priorities are, and families like mine get left behind. narrator: afscme people is responsible
each other back and forth... when one man throws something at the other. that's when he decides he's had enough and gets up.. walks over to the other man-- and then the fists started flying! :26-:32 nats of fighting!! security quickly separates the men, and they each cal the elections there are set for october 8th. the ex-tech aide for hillary clinton was a no-show again. he failed to show up for a second time to testify about his former boss's emails. the house's investigative committee voted to hold bryan pagliano in contempt of congress. pagliano has now refused to appear at two separate congressional committees -- even after being served by u.s.
it's unclear if anything will come of it. it's your voice, your vote in the race for the white house. we're just days away from the first one on one presidential debate between donald trump and hillary clinton. a-b-c's stephanie ramos has the latest from the campaign trail as the candidates prepare to face-off. nats: trump "you all like me so much" donald trump taking the stage at an energy conference today. its his first stop as he spends a jam packed day in pennsyvlania. nats: "you are going to l but before talking energy?.trump addressing the protests in north carolina after recent police shootings.. sot trump "drugs are a very big factor in what you're watching on television at night "we have a wounded country" this just a day after trump took some heat from the country's largest police union comments about the officer who shot an unarmed black man in tulsa. sot trump: "she choked" trump
today and then shifting back to the topic of energy. the republican nominee speaking to unions who represent thousands of people who work on roads and pipelines. trying to connect with the oil and gas company leaders who in the past have raised concerns that a hillary clinton presidency would mean more regulation and fewer jobs. sot trump: "going to cut massively ...regulation ..." as for hillary clinton ...she's behind closed doors prepping for the first one on one face off with trump... but today this interview making the rounds online.... taped the day she was zack galifianakis asks clinton what she thinks trump will wear to the debate. hrc: "i assume he'll wear, you know, that red power tie." zach: "or maybe like a white power tie..." hrc: "that's even more appropriate." tag: staffers with both campaigns are a bit worried over how the debate on monday night will go down. the clinton camp thinks donald trump will get softer questions... as for the trump team ...senior sources say trump has not zoned in yet on policy. stephanie ramos abc news washington right now we are working on
what kind of person would misuse the topic of rape in a political campaign? joe heck, that's who. the truth is, as attorney general, catherine cortez masto led the fight against crimes like sexual assault and worked with republicans and democrats to make sure rape kits were administered for victims. but in washington, congressman joe heck voted against funding for rape kits. joe heck. lying about rape. part of the problem in washington. i'm catherine cortez masto
see what changes they're demanding. plus... more outrage in maryland after new video shows officers pepper spraying a teen handcuffefd in the back seat of a patrol car. but first.. the valley is being blasted by wind right now.. and it's whipping up a lot of not nailed down. a live look outside. (ad-lib) and not suprisingly.. a wind advisory is now in effect. we have team coverage with 13 first alert meteorologist dan bronis live who's outside. first... let's check in with chief meteorologist bryan scofield . bryan. winds will stay breezy overnight as we keep a sustained wind near 10 mph around and gusts up to 20 mph possible. skies will be clear and the temperatures will drop.