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we're getting a look inside the home where a gunman opened fire, wounding a man and teenage girl. a woman accused of opening fire on her boyfriend and killing him. the whole situation has left neighbors puzzled. but we start first with breaking news.. major developments in the standoff happening in oregon. dayna roselli is following the latest at the breaking news center. dayna? we're learning the remaining armed occupiers at that wildlife refuge in burns, oregon will turn themselves in at some point this morning. also breaking overnight, nevada rancher cliven bundy taken into custody by federal agents. he was arrested as soon as he landed in portland, oregon. his facebook page says he was on the way to the refuge where his son, ammon, was arrested for starting that occupation. this morning.. we're hearing from somebody who witnessed cliven getting arrested at the airport. i saw the tall guy in the cowboy hat and heard him talking on his phone about burns, oregon he was on the terminal coming off the
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arrested or what charges he will face. meanwhile, the fbi has closed in on that standoff. and another local tie to this story...nevada state assemblywoman michele fiore, was actually heading to that area to negotiate a peaceful need our weapons right now...they cannot fire upon you with the world watching." the refuge 41-days ago, saying they're protesting federal land policies. a lot developing with this story, i'll continue to track it for you. protesting federal land policies. a lot developing with this story, i'll continue to track it for you. thanks dayna. we're going to shift gears here and talk about our weather. greg bennett standing by with our forecast.. high pressure is still over the
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towards the south/southeast today. sunny skies and high temperatures in the low and mid 70s will still be common along with winds between 5 and 15 up. high temperatures will slip back to the lower 70s and breezy conditions are expected for valentine's day. 10-20 mph winds look to be common but no gusts are anticipated. we hold to mostly sunny to partly sunny skies into the next work week but high approaching, windy conditions look to start next wednesday.
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first on 13 action news - we are learning new details about the man and teenager shot inside their summerlin home. right now - they are both fighting for their lives at u-m-c. that's where 13 action news reporter yasmeen hassan is right now. yasmeen? half of this family is being watched by doctors and nurses around the clock... ....the other half - is looking
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janeen hinden tells us she saw her fiance and daughter gunned down in their home. just before 5 a-m yesterday, police say, 2 or 3 people broke into their home near hualapai and desert in and started shooting. stephen picardi was shot 8 times. hinden says her daughter - who goes by baby j - tried to fight back. she grabbed a gun - and started shooting.... ....but she was hit - and collapsed. the family is sharing these pictures of the crime scene with us. there was so much blood we had to blur it out. i spoke to officers who say this was not a random attack... ....but the family is saying something else. later this hour - we will hear from them - and their side of the story. live from umc yasmeen hassan 13 action news. a woman accused of shooting and killing her boyfriend. this morning, neighbors are confused because they've never seen the couple fighting
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this happened last night near lone mountain and the 215. police have a woman in custody but she hasn't been arrested. they're still trying to figure out if she acted in self defense. police say neighbors called 911 after they heard an argument and then a gunshot in the driveway. lt dan mcgrath, metro "she indicated that she was the victim of a domestic violence situation where she has been struck and there was not question to whether she was the one who shot him." police say the couple had been dating for a few years...neighbors often saw them walking their dogs together in this normally quiet neighborhood. the person responsible for a late night stabbing is still on the run this morning. it happened just before 10 p-m last night near carey and lamb. police say a man was stabbed in the leg but he'll live. police don't have any suspects right now and are not sure about a motive. a now infamous fight between neighbors could get new fuel today... 13action news reporter parker collins is live at the homes near tenaya and westclliff to
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parker? see this tarp? well code enforcement told us it has to come down today. you might remember this video... these next door neighbors got into it... over security cameras. one guy thinks they're pointed directly into his house... giving him no privacy. that's actually why the tarp is here... to keep the cameras from looking in. we're not sure exactly how they're going to react if it comes down... this is a story we've been following closely... so we'll keep you posted. reporting live parker collins 13 action news. time now is x:xx --- severe weather rocks a cruise ship leaving passengers terrified. they're finally back on land this morning, and telling their story. what they're saying about the nightmare, coming up. today, federal investigators
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killed a deputy and a pilot in california. the small plane burst into flames after going down in tulare (two-lair) county yesterday. there was no distress signal and the plane's parachute was not deployed. deputy scott ballantyne (ball-in- tine) and pilot james
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new this morning thousands of weary passengers are back home after their vacation to paradise turned into a nightmare at sea. "its probably the biggest scare that i've had in my life" the royal caribbean cruise ship was rocked for hours by hurricane force winds on its way from new york to florida. four people were hurt. a team of coast guard inspectors is now looking at the damaged ship. royal carribean says passengers will receive a refund. florida senator bill nelson is calling for the n-t-s-b to investigate. time now is x:xx --- presidential hopefuls bernie sanders and hillary clinton, getting ready to put on the sanders and hillary clinton, getting ready to put on the gloves for another round of debates. so, is the former secretary of state switching up her gameplan after tuesday's loss in new hampshire? we'll tell you, coming up! first, let's check in with 13 weather first
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sunny skies and warm weather continues but for how long!? i am tracking our weather changes in your 13 weather first forecast. high pressure is still over the southwest but is making a track spokesbox: go paperless, don't stress, girl i got the discounts that you need safe driver accident-free
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towards the south/southeast today. sunny skies and high temperatures in the low and mid 70s will still be common along with winds between 5 and 15 mph. by saturday, the high will have shifted and weakened
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pop up. high temperatures will slip back to the lower 70s and breezy conditions are expected for valentine's day. 10-20 mph winds look to be common but no gusts are anticipated. we hold to mostly sunny to partly sunny skies into the next work week but high temperatures climb back to the low and mid 70s. winds relax monday and tuesday but with a new front approaching, windy conditions look to start next
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breaking right now a fire at a prison in northern mexico has turned breaking right now -- a prison riot in northern mexico has turned deadly. it's at the topo chico prison just a couple hours south of texas near the city of monterrey. images broadcast by milenio television show the fire
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crowd of people bundled against the cold gathered outside the prison. we are hearing 50 people died, 40 have been hurt... that's unconfirmed at this point, but some news organizations in mexico are reporting that number. turning to maryland where the harford county sheriff's office and a community are mourning the loss of two deputies who were gunned down investigators say 68-year-old david evans walked into a cafe during a busy lunch hour. he sat down and a deputy approached evans . that's when evans pulled out a gun and started shooting. "he just got out his gun and shot him in the head after the officer just asked him how was your day that witness says evans then
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responding deputies caught up to him, evans fired again, hitting another deputy. both injured deputies died at the hospital. evans was killed during the exchange of gunfire. investigators say he had warrants out for arrest before all of this happened. the u.s. justice department is planning to file a civil rights lawsuit against the city of ferguson. lynch made the announcement yesterday. the suit comes a day after the city council voted to improve how police and courts treat poor people and minorities in the city. the department of justice is filing a law suit in federal district court against the city of ferguson, missouri we intend to aggressively prosecute this case and we intend to prevail." the justice department says the city is misusing law enforcement to generate revenue. ferguson has been in the national spotlight ever since 18-year-old michael brown was shot dead by officer darren wilson 18 months ago, sparking nationwide protests. in the race for the white
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clinton and bernie sanders are gearing up to go at it, once again. p-b-s is hosting tonight's debate being held in milwaukee, wisconsin. clinton's campaign is reportedly planning a far more aggressive approach against sanders following the loss in new hampshire. meanwhile, bernie sanders is getting a big boost in fundraising. the vermont senator's win on tuesday quickly turned into big bucks. his campaign says it raised more than five-million dollars in the hours after the new hampshire primary. tonight's debate starts at 6 p-m our time. time now is x:xx --- more cars added to an already massive recall. and it all has to do with the takata airbags. we'll tell you about the latest
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high pressure is still over the southwest but is making a track towards the south/southeast today. sunny skies and high temperatures in the low and mid 70s will still be common along with winds between 5 and 15 mph. by saturday, the high will have shifted and weakened just enough for a few clouds to pop up.
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back to the lower 70s and breezy conditions are expected for valentine's day. partly sunny skies into the next work week but high approaching, windy conditions look to start next wednesday. good news for americans worried over rising interest rates. abc's reena ninan and kendis gibson have details, plus hot dogs coming to a drive-thru near you!
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gold prices keep soaring as the federal reserve says they may delay further interest rate increases takata air bags - the three largest german automakers announced they will recall a combined 2.5 million cars with takata airbags bk hot dog? - burger king is about to become the biggest restaurant seller of hot dogs in the country. > time now is x:xx --- a major bust in the southeast part of
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metro comes across marijuana, but it's something else they found that had them pretty worried. plus a man in finding a stolen trailer. but this isn't any ordinary trailer. we'll explain, coming up. a man and teenager shot inside
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this morning, hear the family's
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ph a 13 action news exclusive... "i probably shouldn't have done that. we acted pretty childish about it the man accused of some naughty stuff on the high roller is explaining to 13 action news why he did it! and i'm following breaking news out of mexico where a prison riot and fire has killed about 50 people. good morning las vegas! the time now is
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we'll get to those stories in a moment. first, let's get started with 13 weather first meteorologist ((ad-lib)) high pressure is still over the southwest but is making a track 70s will still be common along with winds between 5 and 15 mph. by saturday, the high will have shifted and weakened just breezy conditions are expected for valentine's day. 10-20 mph winds look to be common but no gusts are anticipated. we hold to mostly sunny to partly sunny skies into the but with a new front approaching, windy conditions
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first on 13 action news - new details about a brutal home invasion at asummerlin home. the break-in turned into a full- on shoot-out... sending a man and teeanger to u-m- c. that's where 13 action news reporter yasmeen hassan is right now with the very latest. stephen picardi and janeen hinden - or baby j - are fighting from their lives right now.... ....and their family wants to
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their home was broke into just before 5 yesterday morning - near haulapai and desert inn. we were first on the scene - just after 2 or 3 people broke down a door - and started shooting. we can't even tell you how many suspects their are - because police don't even know yet.... ....but officers are saying this house was a target. we spoke to the family last night though - and they say that's just not true. they told us this was a random brutal attack...and they are begging anyone with any information to come forward. "help us find these criminals that did this brutal attack to my family....whatever it takes we just want them caught." officers i spoke to say they have never seen anything like this in summerlin before. next hour, i'll have some words from the mother who saw all of this happen. all is clear this morning after a suspicious liquid caused some very
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chopper 13 fast and first over the strip yesterday as crews evacuated -3- floors. metro says around 11 a-m, houskeeping staff found the liquid in one of the rooms. jesse roybal, lvmpd "the unknown liquid was determined to be non-hazardous and as a result of that the operations of the hotel are returning to normal" video from inside shows the hotel was really strict with guests throughout the day. much of the building was filled with security. chopper 13... giving us a close up view of the training drills firefighters were doing on the high roller yesterday. the crews are doing simulated rescue missions. they'll be back out this morning until 11-30, and again on friday. the man accused of some naughty conduct inside a cabin on "the high until 11-30, and again on friday. the man accused of some naughty
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high roller," is speaking news. phillip panzica says he wondered onto the street after a fight with his girlfriend and that's where he met his partner in crime. that. we acted pretty childish about it....but....we were in vegas!" court documents say panzica and 21-year- old chole scordianos went inside one of the cabins and "hooked up." they were soon caught by security. panzica is blaming the whole thing on alcohol. he also says his girlfriend paid -3- thousand dollars... to bail him out of jail. an action news update this morning... police are releasing new details on the arrest of a former north las vegas teacher. according to the report, william crawford kissed two -12- year old girls in -2 thousand 12- at "sommerset academy." but, the act wasn't
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the students say crawford never touched them inappropriately. but they say he often brought students into a closet and "tickled" them as punishment for misbehaving. new developments on a deadly hit-and-run that killed a 2-year-old on "super bowl sunday." police say they are speaking with the driver of a van that may have been involved. it happened near lake mead and pecos. police say the driver is cooperating with them, but, so far, no arrest has been made. they're still working to confirm the white van is the same one that hit evelyn green. a local man needs your help finding his stolen trailer this morning. without it, he says his small business is out thousands of dollars. you can see this jeep driving right off with it. oscar maribel says the trailer also has equipment for his auto repair business near flamingo and pecos. they cut the lock, we had a lock on it, they cut the lock off then they drove right off the parking lot here in the front and that's where we had the best shot on the camera maribel is now paying a tow truck to bring vehicles in need of repair.
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week, the cost is adding up. anyone with information should call police. metro making a big bust in the southeast part of the valley marijuana grow house near pecos and hacienda. that house is very close to doris french elementary school. police say they also seized alot of potentially dangerous equipement. no word on how much marijuana was confiscated or whether anyone has been arrested. an eastside storage facility is starting to crack down after more than 20 people are reportedly living in their units. the manager of "mini storage" near swenson and twain says the people are either living in their storage units or using them to house others. surveillance video shows them coming-in after hours through a hole in the fence. he says authorities told him the first thing he needed to do was issue cease and desist letters to serve as a final warning that storage units can't be used as a residence. breaking right now -- a prison
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turned deadly. it's at the topo chico prison just a couple hours south of texas near the city of monterrey. images broadcast by milenio television show the fire continuing to blaze, with a crowd of people bundled against the cold gathered outside the against the cold gathered outside the prison. we are hearing 50 people died, 40 have been hurt... that's unconfirmed at this point, but some news organizations in mexico are reporting that number. some shook and kicked at the prison gates, demanding to be explosions. a thick cloud of smoke rose, apparently from inmates burning mattresses. time now is x:xx --- a dramatic
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the man, clinging onto a boat as it sinks into the water. more of this video, coming up! sunny skies and warm weather continues but for how long!? i am tracking our weather changes in your 13 weather first forecast. and chopper 13, bringing you breaking news fast and first. on the way to a nasty crash
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high pressure is still over the southwest but is making a track towards the south/southeast today. sunny skies and high temperatures in the low and mid 70s will still be common along with winds between 5 and 15 mph. by saturday, the high will have shifted and weakened just enough for a few clouds to pop up. high temperatures will slip back to the lower 70s and breezy conditions are expected for valentine's day. 10-20 mph winds look to be common but no gusts are anticipated. we hold to mostly sunny to
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next work week but high temperatures climb back to the low and mid 70s. winds relax monday and tuesday but with a new front approaching, windy conditions look to start next wednesday. you're looking live at mc-carran airport, where things
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scary aboard a united airlines flight headed to houston. that plane had to turn and make an emergency ladning when the engine overheated. the plane did land safely with -1- hundred -62- people on board. no word yet on what caused the engine to overheat.
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his quick thinking after helping pull an elderely woman to safety as flames engulfed her home. elderely woman to safety as flames engulfed her home. the fire happened near washington and valley iew. while driving, the man saw the house on fire and saw the woman sitting in the backyard. tim szymanksi, las vegas fire and rescue 16:10:58:20 so he turned around, stopped his car, smoke, it was very thick black smoke 16:11:10:23 the woman was rushed to u-m-c to be treated for smoke inhalation. the woman told firefighters she burned some linens the night before, so investigators are trying to figure out if those sheets re-ignited. damage is estimated at 120-thousand dollars. turning to some incredible video coming in this morning of a dramatic rescue at sea. this is video released from turkish armed forces. it shows them rescuing a man from a sinking boat off the west coast of turkey. this happened on monday. the boat had about 40 people on it before it sank. the man, you can see, clinging
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rescuers arrive in a helicopter to save him. 0:28 nats 0:38 the coast guard says the boat started sinking because it was overloaded and the weather was pretty bad. turning to a consumer alert
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0:06 - 0:09 nats of explosion you're seeing a test by the f-a-a of what can happen if a shipment of lithium ion batteries happen to ignite. the f-a-a says current fire suppression systems can't control a lithium battery fire. the batteries power our computers, tablets and can overheat and ignite. now, the f-a-a is worried about those batteries exploding while on planes. in fact, two 747's have crashed and it's suspected packages of lithium batteries contributed. sot: steve ganyard we cannot continue to lose these airplanes due to fires that are uncontained and will quickly bring an airplane down major u-s carriers don't accept shipments of lithium batteries. but, that's not true for all airlines which is why the faa
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study the risks of carrying the potentially flammable cargo. now to a consumer warning about credit card fees you don't even realize you're paying! american's waste a staggering 14 billion a year on fees flying under the radar. they're usually payments for subscriptions you're not even using. the most common are credit monitoring services and gyms. a newly released website ask trim dot com offers free services that can help cut these pesky costs for you. breaking right now...evangelist franklin graham saying he's on his way to burns oregon. he says he wants to speak with the four remaining protesters at a wildlife refuge. he just tweeted this out...confirming he's going. he links to a facebook posts that explains he has been talking to the protesers there every day since the stand off
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with them last night for several hours praying. graham hopes to be in burns oregon by 7 a-m... turning to politics, and republican presidential hopeful chris christie. the new jersey governor suspending his bid for the white house. christie reportedly made the announcement on a call with his campaign yesterday and last night, he didn't seem in the mood to talk about. "not tonight guys.." the move comes after christie's disappointing sixth place finish in tuesday's new hampshire primary. the decision marks a sudden end for someone once seen as a potential front- runner. governor christie not the only one calling it quits. carly fiorina also throwing in the towel. the former heweltt-packard c-e-o made the announcement on facebook yesterday. she said she will continue to fight for americans who "refuse
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are." fiorina also had a disappointing showing in new hampshire, finishing seventh. she also failed to qualify for last week's republican debate hosted by abc news. 2 candidates out of the race with only 9 days before south carolina republicans head to the polls. following the results in new hampshire, some candidates are taking a breath and one is taking a victory. we may have to stage a phony protest. that's the only way they show the size of these crowds. this crowd is amazing." of these crowds. this crowd is amazing." donald trump feeling the momentum following his major win in new hampshire. he says he's ready to take on democratic challenger, hillary clinton. time now is x:xx --- hollywood getting ready for the oscars. and those who attend are cashing in with some awesome giftbags. so what do the a-list celebrities get in their giftbags? we'll tell you, next and chopper 13, bringing you breaking news fast and first. at alexander & lamb
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s and high temperatures in the low and mid 70s will still be common along with winds between 5 and 15 mph. by saturday, the high will have shifted and weakened just enough for a few clouds to pop up. high temperatures will slip back to the lower 70s and breezy conditions are expected for valentine's day. 10-20 mph winds look to be common but no gusts are temperatures climb back to the low and mid 70s. winds relax monday and tuesday but with a new front approaching, windy conditions look to start next wednesday. famous brother and sister duo donny and marie osmond unveiled
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madame tussaud's wax figures! the unveiling took place this week on the stage inside the donny and marie showroom at "the flamingo" during their first performance this year. the figures will be on display inside madame tussauds las vegas located at "the venetian". marie thought her image looked so realistic...she says.... it was like having.... a sister. it's going to be a beautiful weekend at red rock canyon and it's free all weekend, in honor
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mondy. red rock's a great spot for the whole family. there's hiking and biking trails for all ages.. and great views from almost everywhere. this year's oscars gift bag is setting a record on swag... the bags given to academy award nominees will contain about 200- thousand-dollars in gifts. it's topping our stories now trending. on the high-end, items such as a 10- day, first-class trip to israel and unlimited audi car rentals from silvercar... less expensive items include a haze dual v3 vaporizer, which retails for about 250-bucks. also on the long list of high-priced items... toilet paper... said to be the most soothing
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the 88th academy awards air live february 28th on abc. 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. the play is co-written by j-k rowling, jack thorne, and john tiffany. the book will be rowling's first harry potter publication in eight years. you can check out all of the today.. just head to the "now trending" ktnv.com. time now is x:xx --- here's a look at what's coming up at 6. we're getting new video of a wild incident involving a naked teenager kicking a metro officer in the head! and chopper 13, bringing you
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home where a man and a teenage girl were shot. they're still fighting to survive this morning. and breaking overnight... the head of the bundy family taken into custody by swat agents. wait until you hear a witness describe the scene. rollover crash at alexander and lamb high pressure is still over the southwest but is making a track towards the south/southeast
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