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as you can see -- cars are cramming he home to the valley. 13-action news reporter -- gina lazara -- is out there live -- braving that drive -- right now. gina? the border is just 37 miles from our station at valley view and desert inn.... it should only take about 45 minutes for us to get there. but with the traffic back up --- google maps told me it would take an hour an 45 minutes from when we left our news station. aaa reported earlier this week that las vegas was the number thanksgiving weekend.
visited our city for the holiday and according to n-dot....60% of those people traveled by car versus plane.... hence the traffic we are sitting in right now with the hundreds of people trying to get back to california. gl 13 an help -- finding this man. he's wanted -- for sexually assaulting -- a little girl thanksgiving day. 13-action news reporter -- marti glaser -- is live -- near west -- lake mead boulevard -- and north buffalo drive -- with more . christopher- an 8-year-old girl and her brother were doing what kids do .... playing outside on thanksgiing day .. thats when police say .
he could get he girl alone... - thats when he took her behind the building and sexually assualted her . parents i spoke to ...living in the area say that they first heard about assualt.... from their children.. infact- a mother living near by led us to this condominium complex... where people living here confirmed that police have been going door to door asking for help find ing the man in this sketch . news.. it s a little bit alarming because i know this place being very safe . its just i can't imagine something like that happen metro says the suspect described as an older male with
salt and paper hair.... last seen on thankssgiving day werain a blue t shirt and black jeans . if you have any information you are asked to contact police. mg 13 an a 13-action news update -- after a car crashes through a wall -- of a burlington coat factory. the store -- near eastern and tropicana -- is back open. police say -- a woman parked in accidentally plowed -- right into the store last night. an employee was pinned -- between a van and the cash register. she went to the hospital -- but is expected to be okay. two other people -- have minor scrapes and bruises. two people -- are lucky to be alive -- after a fire burns down their home. the flames ignited -- in a wood-burning stove. this happened late last night -- on san gabriel avenue -- near mission hills park investigators say -- it was a just a terrible accident. it caused about -- 245-thousand dollars in damage.
eastbound lanes -- between sunset -- mccarran international airport -- and warm springs will be closed tomorrow night. right now -- a live look -- near the airport connector. drivers will be able to get to the airport. but everyone else is encouraged -- to get off the highway -- at jones -- decatur -- or las vegas boulevard. drivers -- headed from the 15 -- to the 215 east -- should get off -- at blue diamond -- or saint rose parkway. we' the case of the mom who was found alive on the side of a country road in california -- 3 weeks after she vanished while jogging. she's saying that she jumped out of the vehicle somewhere near 5 and yolo. around 4-30 a-m a driver spotted 34- year-old sherri papini and dialed 911 -- after papini had been calling for help. chp is advising she is heavily battered, and it is a confirmed kidnapping. i've got a phone number for you. i need you to call her husband. police say there was a quarter
authorities are now examining papini's clothing and those restraints, searching for for any dna evidence that night lead them to her alleged kidnappers. nats of protesters the animosity against president- elect donald trump -- in las vegas -- continues. a protest -- is planned for tonight -- at seven. marchers will start at the linq international hotel. organizers say -- their goal is to encourage an official recount. trump won the electoral vote but hillary clinton -- won the popular vote -- by more than two million. news of a vote recount -- in wisconsin -- is sending the president-elect -- on a new twitter tirade. at the same time -- donald trump's transition team -- is talking publicly -- about the people -- under consideration for his cabinet. and -- it is not all nice. abc's -- gloria riviera -- is
donald trump and his staff - blasting a vote recount in wisconsin! (fox news sunday) sot - reince priebus / chair - rnc / incoming white house chief of staff "it's a total waste of everybody's time." green party candidate jill stein started the effort last week? sot - jill stein / green party "there were a lot of hacks taking place around this election." and this weekend - hillary clinton's team joining the fray. those announcements triggering a tweet- storm from do clinton staffers "intend to participate" to ensure fairness. (abc this week) sot - sen. bernie sanders / (i) vermont "it's a legal right. it's not a big deal. i don't think anybody, secretary clinton or anybody else, thinks that there's going to be profound changes." trump had been widely criticized for stoking fears about the election's integrity? (file - october 2016 - oh) sot - donald trump "it's a rigged election. believe me." (file - september 2016 - nc) sot - donald trump fundraiser. (fox news sunday) sot - reince
incoming white house chief of (abc this week) sot - cenk uygur / the young turks "i don't know why they're so nervous. just calm down. if you think you won, the recount will show the same thing." another member of of state. (abc this week) sot - kellyanne conway / trump senior advisor "he went out of his way to hurt donald trump. he gave two speeches that i can recall in this calendar year, and they were both about donald feel betrayed that he could be in the new administration. (abc this week) s // i don't think a cost of the wisconsin-election commissioner -- will hold a news conference tomorrow -- to discuss the recount timeline. president-elect -- donald trump -- and president obama -- have been in regular communication. that's according -- to a top
president-elect trump's side that he very much enjoys speaking with president obama, talking about the serious issues that face this country and the world." conway says -- the two disagree on many topics. but --they have respect for each other. and conway says -- trump and obama -- spoke for about 45 minutes saturday -- as trump consulted with him -- on cuba policy. powerful reaction -- following the death of fidel castro. this is day two -- of nine official days of mourning. the 90-year-old leader -- who rule -- died friday. abc's -- elizabeth hur -- with the passionate response-- and -- what the trump administration -- plans to do -- going forward. a sea of flags from the air celebrating the death of fidel castro. nats - its like a new beginning on the ground cubans in exile praying for a free cuba vivian urbieta came to florida as a child in 1961 with her family. vivian urbieta, born in cuba i never grew up with a grandmother or a grandfather with my cousins with aunts and uncles, we were small with my
was that was it. in cuba a different mood. elian gonzalez who became a symbol of troubled relations between the two countries after he was rescued off the coast of florida, before a legal battle ended with his forced return to his homeland is mourning castro's loss---saying in an interview with cuban state television--- nats - spanish fidel was that friend who was with my family, with my father at the most difficult moment, and who made it possible that i came back to my father and back to cuba." feelings not shared by senator ted cruz whose father fled cua though no u.s. officials said they plan to attend castro's funeral, the former presidential candidate lashed out. sen. ted cruz "i hope we don't see barack obama and joe biden and hillary clinton and the democrats lining up to lionize a murderous tyrant and thug." liz hur tag meanwhile president-elect donald trump who has said he might undo america's renewed ties with cuba later said in a statement.. "our administration will do all it can to ensure the cuban people can finally begin their journey toward prosperity and liberty." eh, abc news.
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a warning from contact 13. this tuesday -- is hwat is known -- as giving tuesday. tens of thousands of charities -- and more than 700- thousand donors -- around the world -- are expected to participate -- . but -- officials warn donors -- watch where you give your money. do your research. only give to charities -- you're familiar with -- and avoid -- on-the- spot donations. holiday shoppers -- are being a little more careful -- about spending this year. says -- more than 1-hundred-54 million people -- shopped in stores -- and online for black friday. that's 3-million more than last year. but -- each consumer -- spent an average -- of 10-dollars less -- than in 20-15. the retail federation -- attributes the drop -- to more discounts being available. it also says -- the weekend was strong for retailers -- but even better for consumers. we are getting our second hit
affecting our area. expect breezy winds through about 7pm, then a tapering to lighter winds throughout the evening. the third hit of cold air comes tomorrow and will keep high temps in the mid 50s to start off the workweek, but with less wind. we wills still be under the flow of this system on tuesday, which means it will continue to drag in cold air and bring upper end breezy winds on the back end. expect highs in the mid 50s and however, another system will start to move in on thursday and will bring with it more cold air. we will see high temps drop by a couple of degrees for mean highs in the low to mid 50s around the valley on those days. breezy winds are expected and upper 50s on saturday, then low 60s on sunday. ((adlib wx close)) a young teen -- turned a big moment of his life -- into an tapering to lighter winds throughout the evening. the third hit of cold air comes we wills still be under the flow of this system on tuesday,
upper end breezy winds on the back end. expect highs in the mid 50s and however, another system will start to move in on thursday and will bring with it more cold air. we will see high temps drop by a couple of degrees for thursday and friday, which will mean highs in the low to mid by saturday, the system will be east of the area and we will see a warming first to the mid and upper 50s on saturday, then low 60s on sunday. ((adlib wx close)) throughout the evening. the third hit of cold air comes we wills still be under the flow of this system on tuesday, which means it will continue to drag in cold air and bring upper end breezy winds on the back end. expect highs in the mid 50s and however, another system will start to move in on thursday and will bring with it more cold air. we will see high temps drop by a couple of degrees for thursday and friday, which will mean highs in the low to mid
see a warming first to the mid and upper 50s on saturday, then low 60s on sunday. ((adlib wx close)) a young teen -- turned a big tapering to lighter winds throughout the evening. the third hit of cold air comes tomorrow and will keep high temps in the mid 50s to start off the workweek, but with less wind. we wills still be under the flow of this system on tuesday, which means it will continue to drag in cold air and bring upper end breezy winds on the back end. expect highs in the mid 50s and gusts to 30 mph on tuesday. wednesday will be our between systems day and high will remain in the mid 50s. however, another system will
moment of his life -- into an act of charity. what he asked people -- attending his bar mitzvah to do -- so he could help -- hundreds of people. and -- don't forget to download -- the all-new 13-action news app. it features live streaming -- video on demand -- and pretty cool weather radar. it's free in the app store --
13-year-old (in the beginning) rough sot - drew frank: sot: i got donations for my bar mitzvah to pay for this. the smile on their faces was amazing when i gave it to them. raking in over $25,000 in cash donations, drew gave it all to the braden aboud foundation. he says it was enough for 800 pairs of sneakers and more than 400 pairs of socks(nat pop from just amazing to give back to them sot: 14:58:53:00 cindi aboud: "we orchestrated, organized and volunteered but it's all his donations." and while drew didn't keep his with sneaker centerpieces, huge nike ice sculptures, and even an edible hi-top cake. find sot - drew frank: my thanksgiving weekend -- kicks off the holiday-movie season. and -- to no one's surprise -- disney is scoring big. disney's latest animated
weekend. moana made an estimated -- 81- million dollars. that's second -- only to frozen -- as the biggest -- thanksgiving debut of all time. fantastic beasts -- and where to find them teleported its way -- to second place -- with 45-million dollars. and -- marvel's doctor strange -- took in more than 13-million -- for third place. an unusual disease -- is sendnig thousands of people -- to the hospital. next -- in 13-action news -- what's behind the rise in thunderstorm asthma. and her boyfriend committed suicide -- after struggling with depression. now -- she has a message for men and -- remember --.we're now streaming our newscasts -- at ktnv.com. so -- you can stay informed -- on any computer -- smartphone -- or tablet.
cold! good evening. and thanks for joining us. i'm christopher king -- with 13- first-alert meteorologist -- karla huelga. karla -- is the winter tri-fecta -- going to follow us into the work-week? we are getting our second hit of cold air today, with the large storm system that is affecting our area. expect breezy winds through
tapering to lighter winds throughout the evening. the third hit of cold air comes tomorrow and will keep high temps in the mid 50s to start off the workweek, but with less wind. if you're not looking at your t-v -- please do it -- right now. finding this man. he's accused -- of sexually assaulting -- an eight-year-old little girl. it happened -- on thanksgiving -- near lake mead boulevard --
brother -- were playing outside -- when the stranger showed up. he told the boy -- to go inside. that is when -- police say -- he took the girl around the corner --. and assaulted her. the supsect is described -- as an older white man -- with a thin build -- and either white -- or salt and pepper hair. if you see him -- call police immediately. it's slow going -- on the 15 -- near the california border tonight. look at this. two -- live pictures. all of them showing -- the massive back up. here's a closer look. and this goes back -- 16 miles! a woman -- drives right through the window -- of a restaurant -- in mccordsville, indiana. thankfully -- this just missed the lunch rush. several people were hurt. but -- police say -- it could have been much worse. the cause of the crash -- is still under investigation. new information -- on donald trump's transition -- to the oval office. the president-elect -- will have another day -- full of meetings monday. the prospective white-house and cabinet picks -- on your
who's who -- in the trump administration so far. --reporter pkg-as follows-- this past week, president-elect trump has announced two cabinet-level posts... south carolina governor nikki haley to serve as u-n ambassador... and school choice activist betsy devos for education secretary they join his other picks: retired three-star general mike flynn, for national security advisor. flynn helped destroy extremist networks in afghanistan and iraq, and is known as a skilled intelligence officer, even though he was forced out as head of the defense intelligence agency, reor style. kansas representative mike pompeo has been tapped to be the next cia director. elected to congress in 2010, pompeo was a tea party favorite, and one of the lead republicans investigating the 2012 benghazi attack. then there's steve bannon, trump's chief strategist. he spent seven years in the u-s navy, was an investment banker for goldman sachs, and a hollywood investor. most recently he's made it his mission to take down the republican party establishment. alabama senator jeff sessions is nominated for u-s attorney general, the former prosecutor has opposed immigration reform as well as bipartisan proposals to cut mandatory minimum prison
calling civil rights groups "un-american" and criticizing the voting rights act. and finally the chairman of the republican national committee, reince priebus, who will be the president- elect's chief of staff. while he's a mainstream pick that many republicans find encouraging, some tea party leaders fear preibus is too much of a washington insider. donald trump -- is claiming millions of people -- voted illegally in the presidential election. he tweeted this afternoon -- he won the popular vote-- if you deduct millions of illegal votes. that's an unprecedented claim
and so far -- there's been no evidence to support it. according to the latest count -- hillary clinton leads -- by more than two-million -- in the popular vote. developing now. one person dead. nine people are recovering -- after an early-morning shooting -- in new orleans. this surveillance video -- shows people -- running for their lives -- after shots are fired -- along the popular bourbon street. police say -- they've made two arrests. massachusetts police -- are looking for whoever opened fire -- on two men -- outisd it happened in the parking lot -- in the town of springfield. one of the men -- was shot in the leg. the other -- in the stomach. the mayor -- has ordered an investigation -- into security at the club. bars -- accused of killing a colorado -state trooper. authorities say -- trooper cody donahue -- was investigating a crash -- outside of denver friday. that's when he was hit -- by a
the driver -- stayed on the scene -- until first responders arrived. he's charged -- with careless driving -- resulting in death. in tonight's healthy living-- it can be hard for some men -- to talk about their feelings. and -- when it comes to mental health -- doctors say -- it's extremely important -- you open up. april paige says -- her boyfriend -- clay watson -- bottled everything --when depression took over his life. then -- one day -- after an argument -- clay took his own life. now -- april is hoping the traged -- to listen -- and get help. --runs=:12-- --april paige / girlfriend: "when you are feeling all by yourself and you april -- is now setting up a foundation in clay's memory. doctors say -- it's critical -- men get past the stigma of mental illness. men -- are more than three times as likely -- to take their own lives -- than women. thanksgiving dinner -- is history.
but -- according to the centers for disease control -- four days is the limit. that means -- if you still have any turkey -- or pie left in the fridge -- it's time to throw it out. november and december -- are peak months for food poisoning. the time for new year resolutions -- is just around the corner. if you're looking to quit smoking -- financial incentives might be your best bet. that's according to a study -- published in the new england journal of medicine. participants deposited 150- dollars -- w they'd get it back -- plus 650-dollars more -- if they stayed away from smoking. more than half of the participants -- were able to quit. cigarettes -- are the leading cause of preventable death -- in the united states. a powerball-lottery player -- in the south -- just got a whole lot richer. a single ticket -- worth 421-million dollars -- matched all six powerball numbers -- in last night's drawing. the ticket -- was sold in lafayette, tennessee. the winner -- has not come
the winner -- has 180-days -- to claim the prize. at karma cafe --you pay whatever you want. there's no set price. (david wade mccullough) "even if people are say homeless of struggling, they still want to contribute or pay what they can." the owner says -- some days are lean. but -- he says running karma cafe -- confirms his belief -- people want to do good. we expect our jails to keep crimnals locked up. so how did two dangerous men -- getting an exclusive look-- at how they managed escape. plus-- the purple heart -- is a symbol of combat injury -- now -- one army veteran -- is on the hunt -- to find its rightful owner chopper-13 brings you breaking news -- fast and first -- and
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they broke out of a county jail -- in california -- just before thanksgiving, and there's been no sign of them since. authorities calling them -- dangerous and desperate. abc's -- eva pilgrim -- gives us an exclusive look --on how they managed to break out. script: two fugitives described by cops as dangerous are on the run after a daring jailbreak in san jose, california. this morning? abc news getting an exclusive look inside their cell. sot - sheriff laurie smith/santa clara co sheriff dept. 19:42:30:34 these are p that's why i'm surprised they cut through. these are the bars left behind by rogelio chavez and laron campbell -- part of a group of four inmates who orchestrated a getaway late wednesday night ? cutting through the window of their cell? rappelling down two stories by tying together a series of blankets and bed sheets -- left dangling alongside the building. sot - sheriff laurie smith/santa clara co sheriff dept. 20:05:09:23 you can see where the bars are missing and where
there. the other two prisoners involved in the escape? quickly captured by deputies patrolling the area? but chavez and campbell have evaded the massive search effort for three days. sot - sheriff laurie smith/santa clara co sheriff dept. 20:02:00:41 these are dangerous people out there. the window now boarded up. this room? empty? but the night of the escape it housed 20 inmates. only 4 tried to get away? the other 16 stayed behind. // 19:41:18:36 we believe they had been cutting for quite a weekend commuters -- scored a free ride on san francisco's that's because -- some -- hacked the system! a message displayed -- on the screen -- where you buy tickets read -- "you hacked". officials let people ride the subway anyway. the outage started -- friday -- and lasted into yesterday afternoon. a purple heart.. tossed in a midland, texas dumpster..
gary kennedy, an army veteran received a call from the vfw in midland. someone had turned them in. now he's on a mission to return them to the family they belong to. gary kennedy, army veteran: "we want to be able to give it back to the family so they can have it and still cherish these stories the medals belonged to jim c. carter.. a world war two veteran. his name is printed on the medals. kennedy says he's reached out to several organizations and possible family members but has not had any luck. an unusual combination of weather conditions is leading to a freak illness known as "thunderstorm asthma" in australia. hundreds of people have been rushed to the hospital... three people have died thunderstorm asthma occurs when a storm hits during a period of unusually high rye grass pollen they're firing up the snow cannons -- and getting ready for the ski and snowboard season! man-made flurries -- will cover the lee-canyon ski resort -- with fresh powder tomorrow. managers say -- it's going to
snow-making machines to -- make snow! we are getting our second hit of cold air today, with the large storm system that is affecting our area. expect breezy winds through tomorrow and will keep high temps in the mid 50s to start off the workweek, but with less wind. we wills still be under the flow of this system on tuesday, which means it will continue to drag in cold air and bring wednesday will be our between systems day and high will be our between systems day and 50s. move in on thursday and will bring with it more cold air. we will see high temps drop by a couple of degrees for thursday and friday, which will mean highs in the low to mid 50s around the valley on those days. breezy winds are expected friday and saturday. by saturday, the system will be east of the area and we will see a warming first to the mid and upper 50s on saturday, then low 60s on sunday.
tapering to lighter winds throughout the evening. the third hit of cold air comes tomorrow and will keep high temps in the mid 50s to start off the workweek, but with less wind. we wills still be under the flow of this system on tuesday, which means it will continue to drag in cold air and bring upper end breezy winds on the back end. expect highs in the mid 50s and gusts to 30 mph on tuesday. we systems day and high will remain in the mid 50s. however, another system will start to move in on thursday and will bring with it more cold air. we will see high temps drop by a couple of degrees for thursday and friday, which will mean highs in the low to mid 50s around the valley on those days. breezy winds are expected friday and saturday. by saturday, the system will be east of the area and we will see a warming first to the mid and upper 50s on saturday, then
throughout the evening. the third hit of cold air comes tomorrow and will keep high temps in the mid 50s to start off the workweek, but with less wind. we wills still be under the flow of this system on tuesday, which means it will continue to drag in cold air and bring upper end breezy winds on the back end. expect highs in the mid 50s and gusts to 30 mph on tuesday. wednesday will be our between systems day and high will remain in the mid 50s. however, another system will start to move in on thursday an cold air. we will see high temps drop by a couple of degrees for thursday and friday, which will mean highs in the low to mid 50s around the valley on those days. breezy winds are expected friday and saturday. by saturday, the system will be east of the area and we will see a warming first to the mid and upper 50s on saturday, then low 60s on sunday.
up -- tonight in primetime on channel 13. 7:00 america's funniest home videos 8:00 once upon a time 9:00 secrets and lies 10:00 quantico 11:00 13 action news so the saying goes.. never judge a book by it's 13-action news chief investigator -- darcy spears -- visits a restaurant -- that looks fine --on the outside. but -- what she found on the
that's something -- 13- action news chief investigator -- darcy spears-- sees all the time -- in her dirty dining reports. and -- it's what you're about to see-- right now. leticia's cocina near farm and tule springs looks lovely. but the popular, upscale mexican restaurant known for its freshly made food got stung by a 32-demerit c grade... including food that was not so fresh. 9:58 darcy: they noted that a lot of stuff was held past its seven-day shelf life, so technically expired tamales,
people cringe. 10:31 leticia: and we revisited that and we went through training and all our staff now knows whether it's seven days or not, it goes. inspectors also found a fly swatter on a food storage shelf and clean equipment stored in dirty containers. 13:46 leticia: the staff is just kind of getting a little too complacent and it's my job. the biggest problem at leticia's was food at unsafe temperatures including crab, guacamole, vegetables, shrimp and corn. 9:24 leticia: we closed. we took everything out. she says the walk-in cooler went down. you can see it empty in this picture, save for some food debris on walls and shelves. when inspectors arrived, it was filled with uncovered food subject to contamination. 12:08 leticia: obviously the lids weren't there and pico de gallo they had just made it and they wanted to cool it and
that's one of the basic things that can spread foodborne illness and the basic things everybody should know. leticia: oh absolutely! and i tell you what--when they walk in, it is nerve- wracking, and i even get so discombobbled. leticia said the c grade hurt the whole staff. 12:50 leticia: it's devastating! everybody works very hard and believe me, this is the bread and butter of many. and we take it very much to heart. so much so th tried to hide it. inspectors left the c grade clearly visible on the wall, but a few days later, a customer posted this picture on yelp showing the grade card had been taken down and partially obscured from view. leticia says they've changed procedures and retrained the entire team. as for her customers... 13:22 leticia: my message is that i am so sorry and this will never happen again. our two imminent health hazard
the lodge bar and pantry were crackers--which contaminates the food. and at the bar, the hand sink was clogged. darcy tag: the marriott lodge bar and pantry and leticia's cocina are all back to zero- demerit a grades. darcy spears, 13 action news. stay with us. we'll be right back -- with a final check of your forecast. look outside -- at the valley. you're watching thirteen action news --where we bring you breaking news -- fast and
expect breezy winds through about 7pm, then a tapering to lighter winds throughout the evening. the third hit of cold air comes tomorrow and will keep high temps in the mid 50 highway patrol -- and findlay toyota -- are asking you to donate -- a new unwrapped toy -- valued between 10- and -20- dollars -- during the 13-days of giving". we officially kicked it off friday. but donation bins are out --
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