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near spring mountain and lindell. that's in the chinatown area. we're told this happened around 11 thirty last night and it appears one of the cars involved was t-boned. we have reached out to police to get more information on this crash and will bring you the latest. it's happened yet again... another person is dead this morning after being hit by a car.... this adding to an already deadly year on the valley roads. the crash happened last night near boulder highway and twain. police say the driver had
woman ran out into oncoming traffic. the woman tried to race across cross 6 lanes of traffic instead of using a safer route. cops say the driver was not impaired and cooperated with police. they do say it's a scene they've watched play out far too many times and they feel like they're just repeating themselves when they tell people not to play chicken with traffic. sgt richard strader, metro fatal detail "when you continue to see the same mistakes over and over again and the catastrophic accident in metro's jurisdiction this year. a brawl breaks out in the middle of the lunchroom at arbor view high school and students get the whole thing on camera. now, the mother of one of the teenage girls in the middle of it all, is sharing her thought with action news. she says school staff went too far when they were breaking up the fight. action news reporter bryan callahan has more. (nats) on the surface this looks like a high school fight... but the mother of one of the
happens at the edge of the frame that has her enraged. 15.36.25.00 "he is running at her like a football player." she says this happened wednesday at arbor view high. before the video picks up she says two girls pushed a table into her daughter and threw trays of food at her. she says when her daughter went to defend herself... a staff member ran across the room and tackled her over the throw them on the ground." the district issued a statement about the fight saying several staff members stepped in to stop the fight and de-escalate the situation. adding... "in the event of urgent situations, our administrators and staff have to act quickly to diffuse situations and prioritize safety." the district also said administrators had spoken to the parents of all the students involved. the mother says she still feels there were better ways for the staff to handle the situation. 15.36.10.00 "i could see if he was trying to restrain her and move her out if the situation, but it clearly shows on the has not been back to school since the incident, but says
administrators again next week. metro needs your help finding a person of interest in a fraud investigation. officers say the someone lost their wallet last month with their i-d and credit cards inside. the next day, that person noticed several high end purchases were made on their credit cards at businesses along the southern beltway. the person in these images, is one of three people who police believe used the cards. we have an update on a summerlin burglary caught on camera. metro has now arrested a second suspect on burglary charges. police say michael waters admits he's the man seen inside a home near cheyenne and durango stealing a tv. according to metro officers found waters at the same north las vegas home where they arrested arron lair after seeing video of 4 men leaving a summerlin home after a break in. police say lair is the taller man seen in both videos.
getting a tip about a white suv like the one in the video.. being spray painted black. we've shown you this video of protesters disrupting services saying this will not be taken lightly. police have responded to at least 3 disturbances... one at saint viator.. one at bishop gorman and the third at our lady of las vegas. state laws protect churches from this type of behavior. "persons are not allowed to go to houses of worship regardless it be catholic or otherwise and disturb, speak out loud, cause noise, and disturb the worship process." in each instance.. the protesters left the church after being asked by worship leaders.. and were long gone when police arrived so no arrests were made. we're following a developing story out of southern california... where a mosque was damaged in a suspicious fire. a group of muslims gathered to pray in front of the islamic society of palm springs last night after the fire was contained. investigators are calling it arson. officials at the mosque say someone 'fire-bombed' the
no arrests have been made. fortunately.. no one was hurt. shattered windows at the islamic cultural center in phoenix have the muslim community on high alert. the vandalism was discovered thursday morning . the president of the mosque says a window in an office under construction and another window and spotlight were damaged and broken. the hate crimes unit was called out, but phoenix police say they do not believe the mosque was targeted. but the director of the center says he fears this is backlash from the attacks in paris and san bernardino and republican presidential candidate donald trump calling for a halt on muslims coming into the united states. some muslims say they are scared to come and pray since this happened. good morning everyone! coming up... "straight up rip every limb off that tree."-- incredible video of a tornado as mother nature strikes the western u-s. more on this video coming up. ((ad-lib)) welcome back...
hit even harder. severe weather continues to batter the pacific northwest with torrential downpours and high winds. the storm has taken aim at northern california with rain.. snow.. and punishing waves. and in washington state.. a rare tornado. "straight up rip every limb off that tree."-- the twister.. packing winds of more than 100-miles an hour.. touched down twice along a two mile path. people across the pacific northwest have also had to struggle with everything from flooding and landslides to power outages plus hail. that storm is now moving east across the rockies.
new this morning... world leaders reached a deal today on controlling climate change. the announcement was made at the close of climate talks in paris. the proposal will be handed over to world leaders or their representatives this afternoon. capping the increase in global average temperatures to two degrees celcius was the
scientists say a failure to do that could lead to catastrophic droughts, heat waves, mass extinctions, and rising sea levels. the whole world is watching. billions of people are relying on your wisdom. organizers say today's agreement would limit the increase to one-and- a-half degrees celcius. participating countries must agree by concensus, but some nations may decide to ignore the treaty. in this morning's rwb2016 political coverage.. a new report has surfaced.. claiming republican party leaders might be planning to manipulate the outcome of their convention to nominate a presidential candidate. the washington post is reporting party leaders listened to their options at a dinner meeting this week. if no candidate wins a majority of primary delegates.. or if the party establishment wants to push an alternative to donald trump.. there could be a floor fight at the gop convention in cleveland.. sot trump: "honestly, it's not gonna matter. they can't do anything. i don't care about the establishment" donald trump has surged in
call for a moritorium on muslims entering the u-s. in late october.. there were signs trump was starting to fade. since then.. he's jumped 13 points in the same poll. to a developing story... u-s intelligence is warning about a new potential threat from isis. cnn reports the group has demonstrated the ability to produce fake passports, which they could potentially use to travel overseas. the u.s. government is also worried isis may have access to biographical data and fingerprints for syrian citizens that could be used for phony identifications. "we have been aware of reports, not just in the press, that they may have this capability, obviously its something we take seriously.' in order to travel to the united states, they would need a visa and to get one they would need to be screened by the state department. federal investigators in san bernardino now believe they know where the two terror
were killed in a shootout with police. an fbi dive team spent yesterday searching a lake for possible evidence the shooters may have dumped after killing 14 people last week. while they learn more about syed farook and tashfeen malik.. the fbi continues to question farook's former neighbor. investigators say enrique marquez supplied the assault rifles used by the attackers. sot senator risch: "there had been some arrests immediately adjacent to that right in their area rethink it." meanwhile, one of the victims in that deadly rampage was laid to rest in riverside, california yesterday. straight ahead... a record number of packages being shipped out this holiday season---we'll tell you why you may not get yours in time. you're watching good morning las vegas on channel 13. we'll be right back on this
broad daylight as a wisconsin postal worker is carjacked. a nearby surveillance camera recorded the crime as it happened. you can see a man walk up and shove the postal worker out of her car before he takes off with the packages inside. the van was later spotted abandoned in an alley.. but the mail and suspect haven't been found. the employee wasn't hurt.. but she was understandably very shaken. some clever police officers in barberton, ohio have busted three burglary suspects by using a text message to trick them into revealing where they were hiding. it started when police say the men threw a rock through the
two suspects were caught on survellaince cameras stealing two shotguns and a rifle. officers were able to catch one of them.. then they used his cell phone to text the other suspect. that guy responded with his location. that's when patrol officers moved in and arrested him. a third suspect was found nearby. police are still looking for suspect number-4.. but they say they know who he is. a school in detroit is working with police to try and figure out who brought marijuana-laced brownies to a teachers lounge. the investigation began after a teacher ate one of the brownies and started feeling sick. but it wasn't until he went to a doctor that investigators got suspicious. 56:13 - 56:20 "the oakland county crime lab tested the brownies and they did contain the active ingredients in marijuana" (butted to) 57:48 - that was obviously concerning as well. investigators are trying to figure out if this was a malicious act or if someone made a batch of pot brownies for personal use and
them up with normal brownies. now to a contact-13 consumer alert. a record number of packages are being shipped for the holidays this year.. but you may not get yours on time. abc's rebecca jarvis explains why companies are falling behind on their delivers. they're as universal as santa claus and christmas trees at the holidays - ups and fedex trucks, making the rounds nats but this year, with online orders soaring 14% those deliveries are already hitting delays. the on-time delivery rate at both ups and fedex now down from this time last year. flooded with orders after a surge in online sales over the thanksgiving weekend.. ups now delivering some packages in u-haul trucks. sot mike mangeot/ups spokesman "during the holiday season it is very common for ups to use u-haul trucks to help handle the extra package deliveries that are needed." ups fail" already becoming a popular hashtag with consumers crying foul on their computers of course- if you don't want to worry?. there's always the old fashioned way. sot mark ellwood / retail
to going into the store. not just you're having a bit of fun shopping the old fashion way but there are discounts a staff member can offer you if you just ask. rebecca jarvis tag: there's also the post office generally the cheapest option and you still have three more days to ship by standard post and guarantee it gets there by christmas. another consumer alert for you... there are more issues surfacing for chipotle. one of the chain's seattle locations has been shut down by the health department for repeated safety violations. the closure comes only hours after the company's ceo apologized for a multi-state e-coli outbreak that sicked 52 people in nine states. chipotle temporarily closed 43 locations in washington state and oregon.. including the one closed again yesterday.. as a result of the outbreak. good morning las vegas..
morning... metro officers will be playing santa claus today! we'll tell you who they're buying presents for... plus, one woman's h-o-a is trying to put an end to her christmas decorations...even though she's been putting them up for 10 years! so she called on action news to look into it. when you ask, we investigate. right now on good morning las
local community and they're hoping residents takeaway the strong message of peace. with the recent attacks in paris and california, more and more are buying guns. we'll hear from a local gun shop owner about who is elizabeth gadley... thanks for joining us... the time now is ... let's get started with a weather first check with carlo falco! good morning carlo. ((ad-lib))
from there.. people walked around the neighborhood handing out flyers to promote peace. the church wants the community to remember: if you see something.. say something because metro can't be everywhere. willie cherry pastor of pleasant grove baptist church 10:40:07:30 we need to get those....off our streets, that's the bottom line, and so that the drugs and the drug houses and stuff before you ever have those you have violence, so we need to get those out of our community. pastor cherry also said the triple murder this week was a setback to their community. investigators believe the murders were drug related. no arrests have been made. it appears ordinary citizens are now arming themselves at unprecedented rates. recent terror attacks have led to a spike in gun sales and applications for concealed carry permits. action news reporter david schuman shows us how many of these gun purchases are being made by first-time gun owner. 12:33:28 "you always keep your finger off the trigger until you are ready to fire." mike greenfield hasn't touched a gun in 25 years. gun nat until this month. ".357 magnum, which is a revolver." "1911. 45 caliber." 12:24:00 "i used to be against it, now i'm all
bernardino, isis, everything that's been going on. we've got home invasions and attacks locally right under our nose." the gun store is seeing a flood of customers like greenfield -- looking to learn more. owners say half their sales are first-time gun owners. 13:41:46 bob irwin, gun store owner "people are realizing that they need to be able to defend themselves. police are doing everything they can but they can't be everywhere at once." since the san bernardino attack...business has boomed. 13:39:45 irwin "it just cleaned us out. we sold almost every gun in the entire store in a day and a half." concealed weapons classes they offer are selling out. greenfield has educated himself in order to prepare himself in a worst- case scenario. 12:25:17 greenfield "i'm willing to put my life out on the line for the safety of others." the gun store said they may raise prices if the demand for guns continues to rise.
from says he isn't offering discounts and right now you won't find many bargains on guns. ahead today... metro officers will be dashing down the aisles of targest to brighten up the holiday season for more than 100 disadvantaged children. this is all for the "santa cops" program. each year they identify kids in need, then pair them up with a cop and shop for their presents this is some video from last year's event. everything kicks off with santa's arrival from a helicopter at six thirty this morning. also happening today...the second annual jingle bell run and walk for arthritis at tivoli village. tivoli village is located on rampart and alta in summerlin. our own beth fisher is emceeing the event! more than one thousand runners and walkers are expected out this morning. the event helps those suffering from arthritis. nearly 53 million americans deal with arthritis in some form. ahead of the christmas holiday, people in boulder city will
wreaths on the graves of our veterans. "wreaths across america" is coordinating the event. they help lay wreaths in all 50 states to honor and remember those who served. lt. governor mark hutchison will be hand at this year's event, which gets under at 9 a.m. at southern nevada veteran's cemetary. turning now to a story you asked us to investigate. a valley woman says her h-o-a is trying to kill her christmas spirit. andi goldstein says she's been putting out decorations like this for almost ten years. but yesterday morning.. someone showed-up and told her they violate h- o-a policy. andi goldstein 22.25.05 maybe it's extreme for somebody i dont know 07 i dont think it is 08 the world...the world needs this 12 we called the president of the association for sun city summerlin. he says her lights don't violate their policies. however.. goldstein is also part of a sub-association that's been overseeing her home.. and it just learned about andi's decorations. the sub-association says they
yard or on the outside of the house. we asked about the process for a violation. we were told they have to give with the board.. then get another 15 days to prepare. so.. christmas could be over before this is even resolved. when good morning las vegas returns... it's the season for sniffles and coughs. so far, it's been a mild season but there is one factor that doctors say could make this flu season much worse. thanks for spending your saturday morning with us.
"influenza-a" right now. the good news is.. that's a more 'mild' strain.. but it's still early in the season. that's why doctors say it's possible we'll see more severe strains.. especially with all the tourists coming-in to town. sot dr. dale carrison, umc chairman of emergency medicine 04:41:23:00 flu peaks in different states at different times and some those areas that have that then they are going to bring the flu to nevada if your symptoms are especially severe and you develop a fever that won't go down.. see a doctor because the flu can develop into something serious like pnuemonia. last night's rain brings cooler air into the valley making for a chilly saturday in las vegas. temperatures will be only a degree or so below normal, but compared to the month so far will be notably cooler than we've experienced thus far. high temperatures will reach
which would make it the coolest day of the month so far although that will likely be beaten starting next week. for today we'll see partly cloudy skies with most of the clouds hanging over the mountains. mt. charleston and the sheep range will likely pick up a few snow flurries and flurries are possible in the upper reaches of red rock canyon with some left over moisture and instability from last night's departing low. sunday looks like a nice day with generally clear skies, mild temperatures and light winds for the morning hours. those winds will drastically increase later in the day and the evening and early overnight
with gusts to 40mph possible ahead of another front. this front will be more powerful and models have held it together consistently which means a better chance of widespread rain for the las vegas valley. the bullseye looks to be the mountains and west and south of the valley as the moisture plume will have less topographical challenges to contend with from that direction. temperatures will also see a huge change as highs drop another 10 or so from the upper 50s to the upper 40s before falling yet again monday into tuesday. low temperatures below freezing around most of the valley are expected tuesday through
will be only a degree or so below normal, but compared to the month so far will be notably cooler than we've experienced thus far. high temperatures will reach the mid 50s which would make it the coolest day of the month so far although that will likely be beaten starting next week. for today we'll see partly cloudy skies with most of the clouds hanging over the mountains. mt. charleston and the sheep range will likely pick up a few snow flurries and flurries are possible in the upper reaches of red rock canyon with some left over moisture and instability from last night's departing low. sunday looks like a nice day with generally clear skies, mild temperatures and light winds for the morning hours.
increase later in the day and the evening and early overnight hours will be downright windy with gusts to 40mph possible ahead of another front. this front will be more powerful and models have held it together consistently which means a better chance of widespread rain for the las vegas valley. the bullseye looks to be the mountains and west and south of the valley as the moisture plume will have less topographical challenges to contend with from that direction. temperatures will also see a huge change as highs drop another 10 or so from the upper 50s to the upper 40s before falling yet again monday into tuesday. ((ad-lib at desk)) there's a big fight happening on the strip tonight!
featherweight title bout. jose aldo and conor mcgregor went face to face for weigh ins yesterday and they had to be seperated as things got heated. they'll go toe-to-toe at the mgm garden arena tonight. tickets to see country music superstar garth brooks at the new las vegas arena are now on sale. and due to huge demand.. another show has been added for sunday, july 3rd. brooks will perform june 24th and 25th.. before 4 shows in 3 days at the arena.. july 2nd through the 4th. if you're looking to see one of those shows.. keep in mind there is an 8-ticket limit. today marks a very special day for one of the original members of the "rat pack"...frank sinatra. today is the 100th birthday of sinatra and people from coast to coast will be toasting to "the voice" tonight. here in vegas, sinatra commanded the stage at venues all along the strip. sinatra is admired by many for his musical genius and for being one of the world's greatest entertainers.
face... losing a child. this weekend summerlin hospital is supporting families that lost a child baby or pregnancy with it's angel tree event. joining me now is lisa weingardt, a labor and delivery nurse at summerlin hospital. lisa weingardt rn, labor & delivery at summerlin hospital 1. tell us what the remembering angels event is about 2. who may attend? 3. what should they bring 4. what occurs during the event? 5.