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two apartments have toppled over. and some water and gas pipes have ruptured. 123 people have been rescued so far. but so far, no reports yet of any deaths. more breaking news. we are hearing from the clark county school district about the governor's plan to help combat the teacher shortage in the state. 13 action news reporter michael burton just got out of an interview and has more from ccsd. ccsd is very excited about this announcement. they tell us that they have to fill nearly 700 positions for the next school year. they say it's been a struggle to find qualified applicants who are licensed to teach in nevada. but, this new measure will allow ccsd to issue provisional teaching licenses - for aspiring teachers who don't meet every single requirement for a standard license - this plan will allow them to teach
working to meet those requirements. we spoke to a man who says he's been trying to become a ccsd teacher for years. find out what he has to say - later tonight. reporting live - michael burton - 13 action news. shocking new developments in the murder of that teen in virginia-- prosecuters say one of the virginia tech students charged in her murder has confessed!! natalie keepers and david eisenhauer are facing murder charges for killing 13-year-old nicole lovell. when police confronted keepers... they say she tried to warn eisenhauer and then told all about how they killed the middle schooler. and here's the even more chilling part -- they say keepers told them she was quote "excited to be a part of something secretive and special." one of the victim's friends says she tried to warn school police. but they didn't listen. 21;15;03;00 did you make this up? no. 21;14;15;18 i think if he would have done something, he would have seen all the guys on
he would have seen and he could have stopped all this. school police deny she had alert officers. school police deny she had alert officers. police are still looking for the gunman who killed a man in broad daylight yesterday in a parking lot near rainbow and westcliff. a nearby business owners says his employee heard a loud screech and a car door opened. the victim then fell out onto the pavement and was pleading for his life. that's when the gunman opened fire. detectives are now looking at surveillance video and talking to witnesses to track down the person responsible. police are also looking for a suspect in a deadly shooting near fremont and charleston. investigators are hoping new details about the victim will lead them to his killer. the coroner's office has identified the victim as 45-year old john vounas, jr. police say he bled to death while he was on the phone with 9-1-1. tensions are high among the presidential candidates. the latest democratic debate is over, and the republicans are preparing for their own tomorrow night.... all the while the new hampshire primary is just 4-days away.
echoing the same messages from last night's debate. one poll has sanders is closing in on clinton national. sanders: secretary clinton does represent the establishment. i represent, i hope, ordinary americans (butted with) clinton: senator sanders is the only person who would characterize me a woman running to be the first woman woman running to be the first woman president as exemplifying and on the republican side, again the candidates will be facing off with each other tomorrow night. the debate starts at 5 p-m. you can watch it right here on 13 action news. speaking of the campaign trail, former president bill clinton is returning to nevada to help campaign for his wife. he'll be in town tonight. he's speaking at the united brotherhood of carpenters international training center. that's at 7-15. make sure to r-s-v-p beforehand. and tomorrow, he'll be in pahrump...speaking at manse elementary school. you have to r-s-v-p for that one too. we'll put both those links on our website, at ktnv.com. a story you'll see first on 13-action news. debate watchers will definitely
between fox news anchor megyn kelly and republican presidential candidate donald trump. today.. she sat down with 'good morning america' to talk about it. :40-:59 "you know you never want to be the story when you're a news person. you want to be covering the story. so it was truly like an alice throught the looking glass i still think it was a great question. i stand by every question i asked him, and he was not the only who had tough questions. he was, however, the only one who complained. kelly will moderate the next debate on fox news set for march 3rd.. and she thinks trump will be there. and.. she says she's ready to face him again. the excitement and hype are building for this weekend's superbowl.. but a super-security effort is already underway off the field. because of recent terror attacks in the u-s.. and overseas.. law enforcement has been working around the clock to insure a safe game. abc's brandi hitt takes us behind the scenes. < nats -- (swat car pulling up) a massive security presence...
guard in the san francisco bay... and eight air craft... watching from above. sot -- john priddy, director of operations customs & border protection "securing the airspace around the super bowl area..." this intense operation -- involving the f-b-i and homeland security -- took two years to plan. sot -- secretary jeh johnson, dept. of homeland security "we know of no specific direct threat at super bowl 50 or related events." still -- they're not taking any chances... especially following the recent deadly terror attacks in paris... and san bernardino. sot -- david johnson, fbi special agent in charge "i think the achilles heel for us is either an active shooter or a lone wolf terrorist event." nats -- (truck beeping - quick pop) these machines are now scanning every truck delivery... for explosives and radioactive materials. sot -- steven baxter, u.s. customs & border protection "it's an x-ray machine that lets us look right in side... to see what cargo's inside the containers." radiation sensors are also posted at train stops sot -- (no super given) "i welcome the security anything to make us more safe." with bomb sniffing dogs and undercover police -- everywhere. sot -- chief gregory p. suhr, san francisco police dept. "there's so much work being done behind the scenes...
brandi hitt -- abc news -- los angeles. ((anchor tag)) the one and aren't allowed anywhere within 32 miles surrounding the themselves, the league is facing some major criticism. now n-f-l commissioner roger goodell is speaking out to abc's very own robin roberts. 17;50;40;44: rr: i don't know if you had a chance to see the movie concussion.// the you get past that perception that people have that the league hasn't been at the 17;51;23;00 rg: well, robin, with facts.//when you look at what we've done over the last ten years we've had 40 different rule changes that are all designed on making the game safer. that didn't start in the last twelve months that started ten years ago . // we've invested in equipment changes the turf which will help impacts, including head impacts on the turf. rr: if you had a son would you want him to play footballl? // rg: i would not only want him to play football i would certainly encourage him to do it and i would let him do it.
the league got rid of the tradition of roman numerals this year. he says he thought the number would bring more significance to super bowl 50. they will go back to roman numerals next year. millions of people around the world will be watching the superbowl this weekend.. but motorists in north carolina say a road sign has already predicted the outcome. and a new study is urging people to get vaccinateddfor one disease. they say that shot isn't as effective as you think! all the details are coming up. ((bryan)) an intern learns a very valuable lesson on his very
praised as one of america's best mayors who governed as a pragmatist. a practical and successful legislator, bernie sanders passed more roll-call amendments in a republican congress than any other member, primary care access for millions of americans, protected social security, cracked the gridlock with john mccain to strengthen veterans' healthcare. bernie sanders -- a consistent, principled, and effective leader. building a future to believe in.
it's one of two trending headlines we are following today. the sign gives the mileage to two small towns. it reads denver-7.. newton- 20. panthers fans say it's an omen that their star quarterback.. cam newton.. will lead carolina to a victory on sunday. here's a big game prediction that has nothing to do with
the actual game-- americans will eat millions of chicken wings on sunday. buffalo wild wings says they plan to sell 12-million chicken wings that day. wingstop hopes to sell 10-million wings.
magnitude 6-point-4 earthquake! it hit near the city of tainan. two apartments have toppled over. 123 people have been rescued so far. no reports yet of any deaths. just in to 13 action news- apollo 14 astronaut edgar mitchell has died. mitchell became the 6th man to walk on the moon. his family says he passed away last night in west palm beach, florida after a short illness. edgar mitchell was 85. up next in today's health report.. new concerns over the zika virus as more cases are confirmed in the u-s. now.. doctors believe there's a new way it can be transmitted. we'll have some new c-d-c guidelines for women.. and men. in today's health report.. new guidelines from the c-d-c
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the c-d-c says now men should use protection during sex with a pregnant partner who traveled to.. or lived in an active zika virus area. they also recommend pregnant women returning from areas with the zika virus should get tested. the entire state of florida is now on high alert after at least 12 cases have been confirmed. the florida governor has also declared a public health emergency in 5-counties. gov. scott sot "while all the cases in florida are travel related, the mosquito that causes zika virus is common in florida. governor rick scott is asking for more test kits. another worry goes beyond mosquito transmission. brazil is confirming the first case of infection from a blood transfusion. there are more than 50 cases in the u-s in 13 states and washington d-c. does a vaccination protect for life? new research reveals that one important vaccine may wear off more quickly than you think. with more, here's abc news's
< recent outbreaks of whooping cough in california remind us that getting vaccinated against pertussis, whooping cough, is more important than ever. parents wonder... how long does protection last after the booster shot at about age 10? researchers at kaiser hospital system studied teens who got the booster shot ? and found the effectiveness of this vaccine was about 70 percent in that first year? but after four or more years, that effectiveness decreased to only about nine percent. so past concerns that the vaccine's effects are not as long-lasting as hoped seem to be correct? and that this waning effectiveness might be contributing to outbreaks of the disease. but researchers cautioning? that even though it may not be a perfect weapon in teens, this vaccine is the best defense we have against the spread of whooping cough, which can be especially dangerous in infants. bottom line... talk to your doctor about the best vaccination timing to protect all of your family. with this medical minute, i'm dr. timothy johnson. >
a final look at your forecast! and.. before we head to break.. a look at tonight's abc primetime lineup on channel 13. 8-- last man standing, 8-30 -- dr. ken 9 -- shark tank 10 -- 20-20 right
back. hello las vegas! this week's list of 13 things to do in las vegas has plenty of music, comedy and art. brody dolyniuk (doll' uh nick) and his band will bring the symphonic rockshow to the smith zeppelin. the show, which is nearly sold out, will also feature a twenty-one piece orchestra and the girls of bella electric sings. if you are a fan of british rock bands, you will want to be at the smith center this weekend. if you are looking for laughs this weekend, we suggest you check out sinbad at the orleans.
star search in the nineteen eighties and you'll never guess who he beat -- dennis miller! he didn't win the whole thing, but he hasn't stopped performing since then both on stage and on the little and big screens. sinbad performs friday and saturday at the orleans. the popular downtown arts and cultural festival is finally back after taking three months off. first friday will be slightly smaller this month and some things have moved around, but there will still be plenty of great artists to check out, live entertainment, food trucks, and fun for the kids. the theme for the this month's first friday is back to our future. of course, these are only three of the events on our list of 13 things to do this week in las vegas. if you would like to see the whole list, head to k-t-n-v dot com and look for the list on the home page. i'm megan telles. see you next week! before judge judy..
20- 20. that exclusive interview airs tonight right here on 13 action news, at 10 p-m. breaking right now-- a suspect has been identified in connection to a deadly shooting. he's 56-year-old fuyan liao. police say he shot a man in the head yesterday following a fight near flamingo and buffalo. we don't have a picture of him. but if you know him, give call crime stoppers a call. the coroner is still working to identify the suspect. the countdown is on -- just 2 days until the big game. and that means big money for our local sportsbooks. they say this weekend is one of the biggest weekends of the year. if you don't have any plans yet for the game, head to ktnv.com for a list of events around town. and that does it for action news live at 3:30 but stay with
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>> judge judy: yes, madam! >> announcer: "judge judy." you are about to enter the courtroom of judge judith sheindlin. the people are real. the cases are real. the rulings are final. captions paid for by cbs television distribution susanne and nathaniel perry are suing day-care provider kimbralee desantis for the return of her fee, and for being physically abusive toward their 18-month-old son. >> byrd: order! all rise! your honor, this is case number 325 on the calendar in the matter of perry vs. desantis. >> judge judy: thank you. >> byrd: you're welcome, judge. parties have been sworn in. you may be seated. sir, have a seat. >> judge judy: mr. and mrs. perry, the defendant was your child's day-care provider. your lawsuit seeks reimbursement for all the money that you paid for the time she watched your baby, who is 18 months old, and some damages for pain and