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rosemont community. i heard over the scanner - they actually kicked down the door - and then started firing. a man and his 14 year daughter were both shot before the suspects took off. on their way out of here - they tossed a gun in a nearby park. just looking at the website crime mapping dot com, i couldn't find a single other crime reported in this area in 2016... ....but with these suspects on the loose, neighbors are terrified this could happen again. back to you. this just in... the hiker who died at red rock canyon this weekend has been identified. the clark county coroner says he was 47-yr-old ravi day-al from las vegas. the cause of death was not disclosed... but it's thought to be related to a medical episode not a fall. we have another breaking news
a metro officer is recovering after he was kicked in the head by an out-of- control suspect. and the story is quite bizarre. 13 action news reporter parker collins spoke with someone who saw the whole thing play out by summerlin parkway and buffalo. parker? that's right. they're telling me it was a scary scene. police tell us they came out here for a call... and found a naked teen jumping on a car! they tried to calm him down and take him in... but it wasn't working. eventually... the kid kicked an officer in the head. that officer had to go to umc trauma... could have a concussion. so did the suspect.. police think he was on something. earnest rogers, witness 16:19:16-16:19:29 "woke up, thought it was a lady screaming, thought someone was doing something to a lady. come outside-- it's a 17-year-old kid butt naked... police got him on the ground." i actually just got viewer video of this incident. you'll see it on later editions
reporter live parker collins 13 action news. back to you. an update on a deadly crash that killed a toddler. police have found the white van they think hit and killed 2-year old evelyn green on super bowl sunday--but the driver is still no where to be found. police say multiple tips led them to the van. the driver hit and killed evelyn green near lake mead and sunday. an update now on a story we first reported as it was breaking. a former valley charter school music teacher is facing lewdness charges tonight. the investigation surrounds incidents that allegedly happened in 2012.. and later reported to police in 2014. william crawford is accused of inappropriate physical contact with two 12 year old female students while he worked at somerset academy. right now - a gunman wanted for murder is on the loose! we're learning this may have started with an argument over rent.
the man killed yesterday afternoon as mike guinn. the shooting happened outside his home near desert inn and mc-leod. police say the victim was shot once after an argument with two people in a silver pickup truck. we're told a woman in the silver pickup used to live at the home. guinn's friend says she came back to get her belongings when the man she brought opened fire! only on 13 action news... we spoke with a witness to the murder. "me and my wife ran over there, tried to hold towels on his wound but he was shot right, right in the chest." "his wife started on the street, saying call 911, that she was going to go and get these guys, like like she knew who they were." homicide detectives believe they know the identity of the people in the pickup truck. this just in... hundreds of american soldiers are headed to afghanistan. the u-s army announced that it would deploy soldiers to the southern afghan province of helmand. the new troops will assist afghan forces who try to push back taliban insurgents.
will not take active combat roles. this will be the largest deployment of american troops outside major bases in afghanistan since 20-14. governor sandoval is taking action... on the intense battle that's been going on between solar customers and the public utilities commission. he's asking an energy task force to look into the solar rate changes made by the p-u-c late last year. the goal of the task force would be to make policy reccommendations for lawmakers. vm the results are in and now it's on to south carolina for the presidential hopefuls. today we have our new hampshire winners...republican donald trump and democrat bernie sanders. the two outsiders came out on top in the granite state. "we are going to make america so great again, maybe greater than ever before" "together we have sent a message that will echo from wall street to washington. another suprise this midday...the second place g-o-p finsiher...ohio governor john
"if you don't have a seat belt, go get one. we're going to shake this country from top to bottom" the race for third is between ted cruz...jeb bush and marco rubio. rubio is admitting he blew it during saturday's debate. it was a tough night for hillary clinton. sanders beat her handily, proving he's not going to be easy to shake off. republican ted cruz is literally bashing donald trump ii his latest campaign ad. the ad shows kids playing with the new trump action figure. the kids say things about trump pretending to be a republican and paying hillary clinton to be his friend. :28-:32 i'm gonna take your house with eminent domain and park my limos there. imminent domain! the ad goes on to say if we dont' want to tolerate these values in our children why would we want them in a president. this ad is playing in the candidates next stop.....south carolina.
fire crews are conducting drills and simulating rescues on the high roller... chopper 13 caught all of the action this morning....as they scaled the towering ride. they should wrap up by 11-30... but will be back at it tomorrow. ahead today... the runnin' rebels men's basketball is getting back on the court tonight. they're taking on san jose state at the thomas and mack center at 7 p-m. there's a lot more ahead on action news at midday... including a lot of focus on the high roller... many are interested in what went on inside one of the pods... we'll explain. plus... another flight is diverted due to a passenger's actions. find out what he did. you're looking at a live picture of the high roller... a popular vegas attraction...
something else... a couple is caught having a romp hundreds of feet above the strip. now.they're facing felony charges for committing sex acts in public. police say security at the high roller spotted the pair having "relations" in one of the pods. chloe scordianos and philip panzica told officers they were just having fun and didn't think anyone would notice. but passengers in a neighboring pod not only noticed, but started recording the activity through the glass windowed pods. this is a look at the view from one pod to another last night. you can see between the pods. police say the couple was hooking up in broad daylight friday afternoon...so you could see even better. folks at the high roller say this is a growing problem and they want to make sure it doesn't ruin their reputation. vm you're not seeing double...
here... the wax versions just unveiled at madam tussauds. the unveiling took place on the stage inside the donny and marie showroom at the flamingo. marie thought her image looked realistic... she said it was like having a sister. adlib at desk high pressure remains the dominant weather feature for the valley today! sunny skies, dry air and mild winds will be common with high temperatures expected to range between 72 and 77 degrees! this patter will continue for
saturday, high pressure looks to shift south and east allowing for some clouds to develop, winds to pick up slightly and temperatures to fall a tad. a weak frontal system will force its way into the valley this weekend but due to our persistent dryness to the atmosphere and stability in the mid and upper levels, only a few clouds
weekend mostly sunny instead of just sunny. temperatures slip back to the upper 60s and lower 70s with a light breeze 10-20 mph on sunday (valentine's day). next week, sunny skies are back and the climb into the low and mid 70s continues developing overnight... a rowdy passenger forces a pilot to make an emergency landing in denver. this was on an alaska airlines flight from boston to san diego. late last night, the flight landed in denver. the airline says the passenger was drunk and disruptive. when the crew asked him to calm down he got angry and verbally abusive. the ailines says the passenger also issued a threat...so the
hundreds of southwest airlines pilots are rallying today. they're demanding a contract...it's been almost four years since they've had one! the pilots will be outside the orleans hotel and casino this afternoon. that's right before a southwest employee rally. pilots say four years is far too long not providing them with a contract. they're calling on management to step up and move forward. stay tuned for today's health report... top athletes are sounding off about the spreading zika virus. will they go to brazil for the olympics? plus... nursing mothers get a break at one of the nation's busiest airports.
some of our nation's top the summer games in brazil now? she wouldn't go. solo - who is about to start playing qualifying rounds with the u.s. soccer team - grfx tells sports illustrated "i would never take the risk of having an unhealthy child. i don't know when that day will come for jerramy and me, but i personally reserve my right to have a healthy baby." solo - who helped lead her team to world cup victory in 2015 - grfx also saying "no athlete competing in rio should be faced with this dilemma." christine brennan hope solo is the first she is defintely not going to be the last. and many of them are so young and have their whole future to look forward to and when you look at that future and includes family life and it includes children. grfx for now the u.s. olympic committee tells abc news it is "...closely monitoring the situation through the cdc..." and passing on its recommendations to athletes. the cdc says zika - which spread by mosquitos, and is believed to be behind a growing
microcephaly, a rare birth defect - stays in the system for about a week and once it has left the body, they do not believe it affects future pregnancies. still, with so many questions left unanswered ? more athletes may decide the risks are too high. for good morning america, linzie janis abc news, new york. today a student who saved someone's life is getting honored by some other heroes! gabriel wallace, a fifth grader at steve schorr elementary saw a student choking during lunch, and rushed to perform the heimlich maneuver.. she saved the students life. gabriel will be recognized by the fire department at 12-15 today. if you're traveling through atlanta's airport you might see these pods. they're nursing pods for breast- feeding mothers. inside, there are benches...a space for diaper changes and electrical outlets to plug in a pump or a phone charger.
so far throughout the terminals. an airport spokesman says the reception so far has been great. now they're working to ad more pods all over the airport...maybe something like this will be coming to mccarran soon! coming up next on action news at midday... the new hampshire primary is over... it's on to south carolina for the race for the white house plus... a man gets trapped inside his vending stand for the entire weekend. how he got out. you're watching channel 13 action news, where you ask, and
photo booth. a man whose stuff was stolen at a valley gym is plays detective in an attempt to get it back. but first- the captain of the cruise ship that steered into hurricane force waves has to answer for his actions. hello. i'm todd quinones. and i'm dayna roselli. welcome to the second half of action news at middday now to the latest on that royal caribbean cruise ship -- swept up in hurricane force winds. the captain explains for the first time -- how the storm caught the whole crew off
after battling destructive 30 foot waves and hurricane force winds - the captain of the anthem of the seas is speaking out - defending his actions to set sail during a whole than this and it was up here and then it just exploded! in a video broadcast internally to all 4500 passengers' staterooms monday - captain claus andersen - who ordered everyone on board the ship to stay in their rooms for roughly 8 hours during sunday's storm - says he's never experienced anything like it. captain claus andersen i have not seen low pressure that was not forecasted anything near what we actually experienced. suny maritime expert joseph ahlstrom - an experienced captain himself - says andersen's actions to set out to sea were appropriate. capt. joseph ahlstrom/suny maritime you never can tell. once you get out to sea, things happen and you just have of the seas makes its way back to port -- many on board, still phased by their harrowing
thought the boat was going to tip over...and you could hear the sheer ferocity of the winds, hitting and bombarding the vessel the ship, originally headed to the bahamas, is now slowly making its way up the east coast - grfx royal caribbean telling abc news "weather isn't great?so he's slowed down his speed to smooth it out." asher lipman we were on the 8th deck and the waves felt like they were almost smashing into our room. charlotte lipman's father, asher, treated her to the cruise for her tenth birthday?not the caribbean vacation they'd had in mind? but one she'll be telling her friends about for a long time.. charlotte lipman i guess i'm going to say oh cool, there was a giant storm and i basically survived it. ad lib toss greg high pressure remains the dominant weather feature for
sunny skies, dry air and mild winds will be common with high weather feature for the valley today! sunny skies, dry air and mild winds will be common with high temperatures expected to range between 72 and 77 degrees! this patter will continue for thursday and friday but by saturday, high pressure looks to shift south and east allowing for some clouds to develop, winds to pick up slightly and temperatures to fall a tad. a weak frontal system will force its way into the valley this weekend but due to our persistent dryness to the atmosphere and stability in the mid and upper levels, only a few clouds will form over head making the weekend mostly sunny instead of just sunny. temperatures slip back to the
light breeze 10-20 mph on sunday (valentine's day). next week, sunny skies are back and the climb into the low and gunfire... and one of them being taken away in handcuffs. metro says around 5-30 yesterday they were called out to the shooting near paradise and harmon. chopper 13 was first over the scene. the father was shot 3 times. he was rushed to the hospital, but he is expected to recover. the son is now in custody. two people are left homeless this midday after a fire broke out this morning. this happened near carey and sloan. it looks like the shed int he back caught fire and then spread to the house. the house isn't a total loss-- but the two people who live there need to find somewhere else to stay for now. one dog died in the fire. no word on what caused it. a former valley music school teacher facing charges this midday. william crawford is accused of inappropriate physical contact with two 12-year-old female students. crawford worked at a local charter school...somerset academy. police say the incident
reported in 20-14. a valley man takes matters into his own hands and becomes his own detective after his wallet and car were stolen at the gym!
albert rodriguez has been looking through security footage from saturday night. that's when he found the lock missing on his gym locker at planet fitness near sunset and noticed a man - not wearing gym clothes - cut him off at the front desk. that man goes into the locker room then comes out 15 minutes later without working out. rodriguez believes this man took his 13 credit cards and his car! "i was looking and it was just funny because what they purchased was a knife, bolt cutters, a mini file set, a file, and a file handle. i was like wow, that's ironic, he just bought all kinds of stuff to steal something else!" henderson police have found the stolen credit cards and i-d. the thief is still on the loose
the four remaining protesters at that wildlife refuge in oregon say they have no plans of leaving. the occupiers have been posting videos on their youtube page. they are listing new demands for police. they want all charges against them dropped, and ammon bundy and his supporters released from jail. they complain the electricity to the compound has been shut off,
and the fbi confiscated their phones. (david fry, oregon wildlife refuge occupier) "they took away all of our smartphones and gave us this flip phone that doesn't even have a speaker." the group says they are using generators now for power. now to an action news update on that train crash in germany... emergency workers are at the site again today... they're trying to figure out why multiple safety measures failed. they're saying the crash was caused by human error. ten people were killed several others injured. two commuter trains crashed head- on in an isolated area. one person was still missing in the wreckage. a skydiving accident turns deadly near phoenix.
while jumping in eloy... it's the third such death in that spot since december 31st. and the man was a veteran sky-diver- so they're not sure what went wrong. but good news from the quake rubble in taiwan... a dog was pulled from the wreckage... at least 44 people died in the 6.4 magnitude quae this past weekend. and 100 people are still though tn the debris. in today's contact 13 consumer alert... the labor department says there were five-point-six million unfilled jobs in december. that's just shy of the all-time record -- set in july of last year. the downside is many u-s workers don't have the skills to fill those jobs. and the takata airbag recall is expanding-- again. daimler and mercedes-benz have issued recalls. the total number of affected vehicles is now up to 840-thousand in the u-s. honda, ford, nissan and toyota have all been forced to issue recalls because of the defective airbags, which can explode violently without warning.
hard to watch... a vicious attack in california... caught on camera and posted on social media. one girl holding a taser is seen attacking another girl who fell to t california! police are now investigating. and a robber who stole money from a photo booth gets photo-bombed. this man is accused of taking 75-dollars from a photo booth in illinois. the camera was taking pictures the whole time. it's making it much easier for police to catch this guy. still ahead on action news at midday... fat tuesday is over... but the mess isn't. we'll show you what new orleans looks like now! and later-- a feat one skier took a long time to accomplish. you have to see it to believe it. and here's a live look at the new york stock exchange...
woman out of harms way after a home caught fire this happened just hours ago... on washington near valley view boulevard. a man driving by saw the house fire.... got out and saw an elderly woman in the bakcyard...trying to escape the flames. he was able to lift her over the fence with the help of another man. she was then taken to umc and treated for smoke inhalation. we're told the woman had a small candle fire the night before and burned some bed linen. investigators say it may have re-ignited. a family turns to 13 action news... because they say their home is sinking in the ground, costing them thousands of dollars, and no one is helping them! you can see cracks in the walls and window frames all around the home. the owner traced it back to an
the hoa found a leak in the water main under the driveway. he turned to his homeowner's insurance, but they don't cover damage because of land issues. now he wants the h-o-a to foot the bill. 15.41.32 because the hoa fixed the leak, they obviously know it's their pipe, it's their leak, it's their responsibility 38 our investigative team called the h-o-a several times, and even went to the management office where they refused to comment. we called their insurance company, who wouldn't comment either, but they are sending someone out to look at the damage again to see if they are liable. the big party is over... but the mardi gras hangover is in full swing. crowds packed bourbon street in new orleans las night. people threw beads...drank...watch ed parades and celebrated! there's going to be a lot of cleaning that needs to get done there today. more than a million people come to the city to celebrate mardi gras. but that's far from the only celebration this week... chinese new year celebrations are going on all week in the valley.
there will be lion and dragon dances, as well as music. head over the the main lobby for the celebration tonight. the festivities start at 6:30. while we continue to enjoy great weather.... parts of alabama are being hit with snow showers. two counties in the state have been placed under a winter weather advisory. the frozen precipitation made roads dangerous in some areas. in huntsville, police closed elevated portions of memorial parkway because of slick spots. troopers were also busy working crashes. greg--- remind us why we're so lucky... high pressure remains the dominant weather feature for the valley today! sunny skies, dry air and mild winds will be common with high temperatures expected to range between 72 and 77 degrees! this patter will continue for thursday and friday but by saturday, high pressure looks
east allowing for some clouds to develop, winds to pick up slightly and temperatures to fall a tad. a weak frontal system will force its way into the valley this weekend but due to our persistent dryness to the atmosphere and stability in the mid and upper levels, only a few clouds will form over head making the weekend mostly sunny instead of
it's called "lese-di la rona", the canadian company that owns it held a public competition to name it. the name means means "our light" in the national language in botswana where it was found. the 11-hundred carat stone was discovered in november. if you can't shell out for a diamond ring this valentine's day... maybe a special starbucks' drink is more up your alley. the coffee giant is announcing thrkout this skier's signature slo-motion swirl shot. the swiss skier did this with an i- phone,...a tether, and lots of practice. yes - it is as difficult as it looks. it took him years to perfect this move. if you thought "harry potter" was over and done with, think again. an eighth installment of the harry potter series will come out this summer. it's not a traditional book. it's a hardback version of the script book for the two-part play, "harry potter and the cursed child." the play opens on july 30th in london.
now... go to ktnv.com. this weekend-- a big event is happening downtown that attracts heroes, party animals, undie-lovers, and generous people. the cupid's undie run is fighting nf, a rare and deadly disease that affects 1 in every 3,000 births. joining us today is jeff leibow - whose daghter emma has nf. the run is a party + 1 mile fun run at your own pace. cupid's undie run saturday, feb. 13th noon at commonwealth 2pm undie
following- a terrifying home invasion in summerlin. a suspect breaks into a house early this morning and shoots two family members near desert inn and hualapi. we are staying on this story and will have more on action news at 3. and a metro officer is recovering after he was kicked in the head by an out-of-control suspect. this all happened near summerlin parkway and buffalo... and the suspect was naked. the entire situation was quite bizarre... parker talked to witnesses and you'll hear from one on later
police have found the white van they think hit and killed 2-year old evelyn green on super bowl sunday--but the driver is still no where to be found. them to the van. the hiker who died at red rock canyon this weekend has been identified. the clark county coroner says he was 47-yr-old ravi dayal from las vegas. the cause of death was not disclosed... but thought to be a medical episode. we were initially told it was not from a fall. search and rescue recovered the body on sunday. long wait times at the d-m-v may soon be a thing of the past! the nevada d-m-v is putting more money into a virtual line system the state board of examiners voted yesterday to expand a five year contract with the company that offers "dash pass" with the pass you can check into a virtual d-m-v line and walk to the window only when a technician is ready. the new and imporved update is meant to fix issues with an earlier version. if you see a giant heart in the
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you will want to slow down! officers from metro and n-h-p are out on boulder highway in front of the east side cannery. they want to make sure drivers are stopping for pedestrians crossing the street. they're also looking for jaywalkers. high pressure remains the dominant weather feature for the valley today! sunny skies, dry air and mild winds will be common with high temperatures expected to range between 72 and 77 ay but by saturday, high pressure looks to shift south a weak frontal system will force its way into the valley this weekend but due to our persistent dryness to the atmosphere and stability in the mid and upper levels, only a upper 60s and lower 70s with a light breeze 10-20 mph on sunday (valentine's day). next week, sunny skies are back and the climb into the low and mid 70s continues here's a look at what we're working on for action news live
3... going to the eye doctor just got easier... because you don't have to go. we'll explain a new way to take an eye exam and get your new prescription, straight from your smart phone. plus, brand-new video out of that officer hurt..after being kicked by an out-of-control suspect. it's video you'll only see on 13 action news. tonight's primetime lineup begins with the middle at 8, followed by the goldbergs at