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on 13 action news. forget monday night football.... it was game on.... in new york! (hillary clinton/ (d) presidential nominee) know you live in your own reality. 44-46 (donald trump/ (r) presidential nominee)go to her website, tells you how to fight isis 50-52 (hillary clinton/ (d) presidential nominee) at least i have a plan republican donald trump and democrat hillary clinton faced off at hofstra university for their first debate in a tight to voters.. and if you missed any of it.. most talked-about moments. 13 action news anchor.... carla wade is breaking it all down. carla? clinton and trump took personal shots at each other and sparred about just about everything from jobs to taxes. ((nats)) track presidential candidates hillary clinton and donald trump started out shaking hands but it wasn't too long before they were trading jabs. --sot-- (hillary clinton/(d)
feeling that by the end of this evening i'm going to be blamed for everything that's ever happened." (donald trump/(r) presidential nominee) "why not?" (clinton "why not, yeah! why not? just join the in on her emails r) presidential nominee --sot-- (donald trump/(r) presidential nominee) "i will release my tax returns against my lawyer's wishes when she releases her 33,000 emails that have been deleted." --sot-- ( hillary clinton / (d) only years that anybody's ever seen were a couple years when he had to turn them over to trump / (r) presidential nominee ) "that makes me smart." carla wade 13 action news. the first debate is in the books.. and the gloves came off.. but who won? let's turn to 13 action news political analyst jon ralston with his take on it. 9---two questions: who won and how does it affect the race? ----clinton clearly won. she was calm and cool, killed him on taxes, birtherism,
half-hour, then slowly disintegrated almost to the point of incoherence. slowly disintegrated almost to the point of incoherence. ----but how does it affect the polls? who knows? people are so locked in that we are talking about undecided voters in swing states. like here. clinton won the focus groups on cable news. tonight's debate gave u-n-l-v students..... a taste of what they tonight's debate gave u-n-l-v students.....
from u-n- l-v campus..... were dozens of students came together..... to watch clinton and trump..... take the stage together... for the first time. bryan... many of the student s that gathered in the ballroom were eager to see what they can expect from the candidates when they take the stage at the thomas and mack. about a hundred people were in the crowd, that was one of two watch parties on campus. students saying the candidates kept their attention through the entire hour and a half long debate... while saying both did a lot of skating. take sot ryan romero unlv really great start to the debate season. i really get the feel this is a real thing. it is happening." allie duda unlv student 6-18 "it was very interesting to see how they answer the questions. specifically beating around the question instead of actually answering it, which probably would've been the better option." several of the students are volunteering to work the october 19th debate. the others are hoping they are chosen to attend through the
13 action news. if tonight's viewership predictions pan out.. this will be the most-watched debate in american history. some of the estimates put viewership at as many as 100-million people which puts it in the same realm as the holds the official debate record with almost 81-million viewers. tonight's debate was also a big opportunity for advertisers.. with some paying as much as second spot. tonight was just the warm-up. wait until the candidates take the fight to las vegas.... in a few weeks. some of you out there.... can get a seat... to the action. claims in tonight's debate.. where is the truth? find out what happens when we crunch a few statements in the politifact truth-o-meter. bryan. brian
for students who want to see it all go down.... at "the thomas and mack center"... on october -19-th. eligible students must be enrolled full time... and.... have good academic standing.... you have until october -12-th.... to sign up. tonight.. our partners at politifact are statements made by the candidates during tonight's debate. trade and the economy were big topics.. and clinton attacked trump over the housing crisis. sot (:15) clinton"in fact, donald was one of the people who rooted for the housing crisis. he said back in 2006, 'gee, i hope it does collapse because then i can go in and buy some and make some money.' well it did collapse". trump: that's called business by the way" politifact says trump did say it during an interview for an audio book that was part of
about investment in real estate and was 'not' hoping the entire economy would crash. so.. politifact rates clinton's statement 'mostly true.' chaos at a valley starbucks..... after a frustrated customer begins firing.... on customers. tonight... we're digging into the suspect's past... and... learing about his previous run- ins..... with the law and.. a horrific accident at lake havasu. how a toddler became under this flipped boat just offshore.
and you may find this video disturbing. it shows two officers approaching a man on a train platform. after speaking with the man.. one officer pulls his baton and repeatedly strikes the man until he's on the ground in pain. shortly after an internal investigation determined the officer should be fired for excessive force.. he turned in his resignation. right now.... a toddler is fighting for life..... after being pulled from this
at lake havasu this weekend. a dozen other people were on board.... rough waters caused the boat to capsize.... on saturday. everyone was able to make it to shore... except for the child.... who had to be pulled.... out of the water.... by rescuers. new information on the man police say opened fire in a starbucks over the weekend. pedro garcia is now charged with murder. police released this picture of him today following his arrest froma previouscrime in 2015. police records show he's faced a list of charges including possessionof along with possession of drugs and firearms. people who live nearby say it's all unsettling. it's a nice neighborhood. it's. it's clean you know why a new one i'm really surprised to hear that happy about me so that means you're not staying anywhere any place you go garcia is also charged with robbery and firing a weapon in an occupied place. he's set to face a judge
one valley neighborhood for close to ten years are continuing to leave their mark near nellis and lake mead. neighbors say one of the sqatters is mentally ill.. and often seen without his clothes on. but police say there's not much they can do about getting him and others off the property. people are afraid to even let their kids out to play because of this guys and if i still had kids i wouldn't let them out either. . right now.. the land and the home are owned metro says the homeowner needs to catch the squatters in the act before anyone can face criminal charges. from contact -13-... frustration tonight.... over the exchange program... for samsung's galaxy note -7-. it's not as easy... as walking into a store.... with your recalled phone... and... walking out with a new one. a series of on-line complaints are mounting... according to consumer affairs... one samsung owner writing... "they expect me..... to send them my phone... wait for a repair... and then.....
when samsung reported... almost half of the recalled phones.... with bad batteries... have already been returned. more questions tonight.... about yahoo... and.... how long it may have known... the private data of -5- hundred million users... had been exposed!!! lawmakers are asking.... the u.s. securities and exchange commission... to investigate..... the timeline. media reports indicate... yahoo may have known about..... the -2- thousand -14- breach... as early as... july of this year. under federal law... public companies are required to disclose something like that..... with-in -4- business days. and... don't forget.... contact 13's "call for action" is ready to help you.... with a consumer problem. just contact one of our volunteers.... any weekday.... between 11 a-m and 1 p-m. our hotline number is.... 702- 368-2255. we're following major weather developments in iowa.. where the mayor of cedar rapids is asking people to get leave.
one life. so far.. only half the people living in low-lying areas have evacuated.. leaving about 25-hundred people the danger zone. the national weather service predicts the cedar river will crest tomorrow morning. .tonight...increasing clouds. lows 65 to 69. north winds up to 10 mph. .tuesday...clouds and sun. of the valley...87 to 91 on the east side. north winds up to 10 mph shifting to the east in the afternoon. .tuesday night...mostly cloudy with a chance of thunderstorms. lows 64 to 68. east winds up to 10 mph shifting to the northwest after midnight. .wednesday...partly sunny. a chance of rain showers and a
of thunderstorms in the afternoon. highs 81 to 85 on the west side of the valley...84 to 88 on the east side. southwest winds up to 10 mph shifting to the southeast in the afternoon. .wednesday night through thursday night...partly cloudy with a chance of thunderstorms. lows around 70. highs 85 to 88. .friday...clouds and sun with a chance of rain showers. highs around 87. .friday night...clearing. lows around 68. (bryan back to desk) breaking right now...a series of earthquakes rattling san
of earthquakes rattling san diego tonight within the last few hours. as many as seven small san diego counties. the largest on measuring a 4-point- three. so far no word on any injuries or damage...but in all 24 small quakes have been reported since this morning. one of the greatest golfers of all time is being remembered tonight. up next.. a look back at the life of arnold palmer.. including his time in las dont have a heart, you dont
for checkups and cancer screenings, but congressman joe heck voted ten times to take away their funding. heck even threatened to shut down the federal government to eliminate funding for planned parenthood. shutting down the government... taking away access to lifesaving care... just to score political points. joe heck should be ashamed. women vote is responsible
his time in las vegas. playing at the 1965 tournament of champions. that tournament was played at the desert inn country club which no longer exists. palmer died yesterday of heart problems in pittsburgh. arnold palmer was 87 years old. now... to a story.... you asked us.... to investigate. neighbors at a valley apartment complex are worried about a dog they say..... was abandoned.... on a balcony. neighbors say... the owners moved out... several days ago... but... left the dog behind...
animals, especially man's best friend 36 ive had dogs my whole life 38 i just 39 my place is too small otherwise i would have a dog management says... they evicted the homeowners and later discovered the dog. but... they're limited.... in what they can do... and called.... animal control. neighbors say... they've tried throwing food.... up to the dog... until animal control.... can take action. while millions of people focused on the candidates in the other person on the stage tonight was also under a lot of scrutiny. up next.. find out why people on both sides were watching.. and listening very closely to the moderator.. nbc's lester holt. and... only on -13- action news... a mother and son forced to run for their lives.... after their home catches fire. and.... only we have the video showing.... the terrifying footage.
analyst jon ralston will weigh-in. but first.... the great debate. hillary clinton and donald trump.... face to face.... tonight. their first presidential debate was tonight... and you saw it live.... right here on abc. and just moments ago... donald trump spoke about... holding back... take a listen... 00-18 i'm very happy..we'll see a lot was riding on the candidates performances.. news national poll showing the race a dead heat.. and tv audience estimates approaching 100- million people. abc's marci gonzalez has more from hofstra university in new