tv Action News 330pm ABC February 11, 2016 3:30pm-4:00pm PST
a live-streamed phone call... and took place in part because of the help of state assemblywoman michele fiore. all four protesters are set to appear in court tomorrow. their leader.. cliven bundy.. is in police custody facing 6-criminal charges. 13 action news spoke with his daughter-in-law who says their family is devastated that 4 relatives are behind bars. coming up on later this evening on 13- action news.. we'll have more on what the bundy family plans to do next. an update on a story we first reported as it was breaking. a new battle is unfolding in ferguson, missouri. the department of justice is suing the city for civil rights violations.. and wants furgeson to overhaul its troubled police department. voice of: (lynch) "the ferguson police dept's. violations were expansive and deliberate, stopping people without reasonable suspicion, arresting them without cause, and using unreasonable force. these violations were not only egregious they were routine. they were driven at least in part by racial bias." the lawsuit follows a surprise
council which voted to push back against the settlement reached with the justice department. city leaders want to amend the agreement which they say the city can't afford.. but the feds won't budge. this case now goes to trial unless the city and the d-o-j can reach a settlement. another police death that captivated the nation is heading to trial. a federal grand jury is hearing evidence in the death of eric garner. garner died in 2014 after a new york city police officer put him in a chokehold. federal prosecutors presented evidence yesterday to a grand jury. that officer has not been charged in garner's death. developing here at home-- clark county school district is being sued by the parents of two students, who claim they were molested by their teacher jeremiah mazo. the lawsuit claims ccsd didn't do enough to protect them. the students, ages 9 and 10... say the former hayden elementary school music teacher would ask them to sit on his lap after class. one girl says mazo told her she
another school if she told anyone. mazo is currently serving 15 to 60 years in prison... after pleading guilty to lewdness with a minor new information on the former somerset academy teacher arrested for having innappropriate contact with his students. according to his arrest report, william crawford is accused of kissing two 12-year-old girls back in 20-12. but the crimes weren't reported until 20-14. that's when police started investigating. over the next few years, they interviewed multiple students about crawford...and then finally to crawford last month. they then arrested him for lewdness with a minor. now to a 13 action news exclusive: we're hearing from the man facing charges for having sex on the high roller. phillip panzica says he was out on the strip after a fight with his girlfriend where he met 21-year-old chloe scordianos. they eventually ended up in a cabin all to themselves on the high roller. panzica blames what happened on alcohol. "everybody loves to drink you
do get out of the right state of mind, people do do the wrong thing, people do things they wouldn't normally do while they were drinking." panzica says his girlfriend is still with him.. and she paid 3-thousand dollars to bail him out of jail. breaking news-- a live look at los angeles international airport-- where president obama has just arrived. you can see him getting off of air force one. he's there for a taping of "ellen" in burbank. the interview airs friday. the president will then attend a fundraisers organized by the democratic national committee. our city's life line-- the 9-1-1 and 3-1-1 systems -- went down earlier this month, and
9-1-1 and 3-1-1 systems -- went down earlier this month, and we now know why! metro says it was because someone plugged something into a computer with a u-s-b cable. officers don't think the person did it on purpose, but they admit it exposed a vulnerability they didn't know existed. the radio systems director says now they've beefed up security and are also looking into all radio and i-t networks for metro and other agencies to see if they need improvement. breaking right now-- north las vegas police are asking for your help, finding this armed suspect! they say he robbed a
mead and losee, last november. witnesses say the man on your screen approached the counter with a gun and demanded cash. he got away with about 900-bucks. the clerk was not hurt. if you see this man, call north las vegas police. the democratic presidential hopefuls are preparing for another debate tonight and the stakes couldn't be higher for hillary clinton and bernie sanders. the stakes have never been higher for hillary clinton. she's coming off a devastating loss in new hampshire. she needs to make the contrasts with bernie sanders. she needs to go on offense. clinton did pick-up two big endosements today. one from the congressional black caucus and another from former nevada attorney general catherine cortez masto. tonight's debate is in milwaukee. the republicans are also looking ahead to the south carolina primary.. where donald trump is maintaining his lead over the gop field. an action news update on the feud between donald trump and univison. the hollywood reporter says they've reached a settlement in trump's lawsuit.. but the terms aren't being released. trump sued univision this past
usa pageant after the billionaire's controversial comments about illegal immigration. and former senator jim webb just announced he will not run for president as an independent you may remember the former secretary of the navy briefly ran for president as a democrat last year, but dropped out in october. then, webb said he would consider a third-party run...if he could get on enough ballots. now to a breaking news update on that oakland raiders press conference... we brought you live during the 3 o'clock hour-- we've learned the team has agreed to a one-year extension to play at the oakland coliseum. the team also agreed to an additional 2- years of two options following the 20-16 season. the good news for fans-- the teams will not raise ticket prices for the 11th straight season for season ticket members. every parent wants their kids to be happy and healthy, so doctor visits for young kids are especially important. but one mom is furious...after she says a doctor performed a surgery on her baby by mistake!
to court! and.. a world war two veteran never stopped thinking about a former girlfriend.. and 70-years later.. they're reunited. we'll show you the heart-warming moment when they saw each other again. get ready for more sunshine and 70s as high pressure remains over las vegas. a world war two veteran is
joyce are back in each others' arms. he's 93, and she's 88. after a little web research, they found each other back. they fell in love back in 19-44. and when the war ended, a misunderstanding sent the couple separate ways. what a great reunion, just in time for valentine's day. and the oscars are just weeks away, but we're already learning what's going to be inside this year's oscars gift bag. and they're setting records! all nominees will receive the bag containing about 200-thousand-dollars in gifts. on the high-end, items include a 10-day, first-class trip to israel and unlimited audi car rentals from silvercar... but the most interesting item might be the voucher for the "vampire breast lift." it's
growth factors to revive rounder cleavage without implants." the 88th academy awards airs february 28th right here on 13 action news. for more stories trending right now... go to ktnv.com. and we want to hear your thoughts. just sound off on any trending news by joining us on twitter. our handle is @ktnv use #nowtrending. anchors adlib and toss to bryan get ready for more sunshine and 70s as high pressure remains over las vegas. skies will have a couple high level wispy clouds but that'll be about it. otherwise skies will be clear
mild for this time of year. overnight low temperatures will be in the mid 40s once again with clear skies overhead for the 6th night in a row. temperatures will dip slightly through the weekend as a weak low pressure system moves through southern idaho and northern nevada bringing some slightly cooler air through the higher levels of the atmosphere. temperatures will be about 2-4 cooler than this past week but that'll still keep las vegas in the low 70s. another massive area of high pressure shoves in behind that to kick temperatures back up into the low and middle 70s. farther out in the forecast period a stronger system is forecast for wednesday of next week with temperatures kicked slightly warmer just before it moves in and slightljust behind it. no rain or really cold weather is expected for the next 7 days. just in to 13 action news--
gas leak in southern california has been "temporarily controlled." and it'll cost possibly up to 300- million dollars to fix. you may remember that leak near porter ranch started nearly 4-months ago. people living in the area had been complaining the gas was making them sick, ranging from headaches to nausea. if the temporary fix works, then the plug will be cemented closed. then residents have at least a week to return home. an action news update now on the bill cosby sexual assault trial. turns out, his wife camille will not have to testify against him. but she's still subject to a deposition... the comedian's attorney called the decision "critically important." he said it affirmed the confidential nature of discussions between spouses and the protections given to those
a royal caribbean cruise ship.. battered by hurricane force winds and massive waves off the carolina coast.. is now back at port in new jersey.. and some of the passengers are threatening to sue the cruise line. no one was seriously hurt.. but passengers say they were scared for their lives. many blame the ship's captain for the ordeal. "out of nowhere the ship started going crazy.. rocking.. the ship was on its side? we saw the ocean coming in? water coming in? very scary? royal caribbean has apologized.. and given the passengers refunds and half-off vouchers for a future cruise. soundbite bill baumgartner, senior vice president of global marine operations at royal caribbean cruises: "royal provide some more guidance, some more oversight. as for possible lawsuits.. probably don't have a case. a tennessee couple's nightmare is going viral around the country -- a new mom took her newborn son in for a
instead he was rushed into surgery! the mom says a doctor had performed a surgical procedure on the child's mouth... that was meant for a different child! sot jennifer melton / mother at that point i began to cry hysterically. // essentially they took our child who was 100 percent healthy // and just took him out of the nursery and cut his mouth. the hospital says it can't comment on the case because of privacy laws, but says they "take seriously any concerns brought to our attention..." the family's lawyer says the doctor did apologize, but adds the hospital still billed them for the procedure. if you have diabetes.. eating can be a daily struggle. but coming up in today's health report.. we'll have some information on some superfoods you can add to every meal that might help. and remember, you can watch action news anytime.. anywhere. we're streaming our newscasts at ktnv.com so you can stay informed on any computer .. smartphone.. or tablet. we'll be right back.
your parents always told you to there are those who say we cannot defeat a corrupt political system and fix a rigged economy. but i believe we need to lift our vision above the obstacles in place and look to the american horizon. to a nation where every child can not only dream of going to college, but attend one. where quality healthcare will be a birthright of every citizen. where a good job is not a wish, but a reality. where women receive equal pay and a living wage is paid to all. an america where after a lifetime of labor, there is time for rest and grandchildren. a nation that defends our people and our values, but no longer carries so much of that burden alone. i know we can create that america if we listen to our conscience and our hearts
your parents always told you to eat your fruits and vegetables. but a new report says the most common excuse for not eating right is being too busy. abc's dr. timothy johnson has more. < from cost, to hassle, to expiration dates, there are a lifetime of excuses for failing to work fruits and veggies into our diets. conventional wisdom suggests cost is the major problem. but a new study suggests that being too busy is the major excuse when it comes to not eating right. researchers looked at 500 adults
? some of whom could afford healthy food, and some of whom could not. the researchers found that-regardless of wealth-being "too busy" to prepare healthy food was a significant factor in failing to eat well. no wonder most americans fall short of the recommened five and a half servings of fruits and vegtables a day. so next time a head of lettuce is calling to you in the
your time to grab it and whip up something healthy. making that time now could buy you more time later! with this medical minute, i'm dr. timothy johnson > and if you have diabetes, here are some superfoods to try to keep your blood sugar levels right on track. for fruits, eat some berries... which are loaded with anti-oxidants, fiber and vitamins. for vegetables, stick to the dark leafy greens like spinach, kale, and brussel sprouts. go for fish rich in omega-3 fatty acids.. like salmon and tuna. and finally, eat whole grains like oatmeal and barley...and beans. the brazilian health ministry is partnering with the university of texas to develop a vaccine for the zika virus. brazil is committing 1.9 million dollars over the next five years to the project.. with hopes of having the vaccine ready in 2-years. earlier today.. the first confirmed case of the zika virus was found in maryland. the c-d-c is also planning to
link between zika and microcephaly. still ahead... a final look at your forecast! and.. before we head to break.. a look at tonight's abc primetime lineup on channel 13. 8 -- grey's anatomy 9 -- scandal 10 -- how to get away with murder 11 -- action news we'll be right back. before we go, some breaking news on chris brown...
they're one of the wall street banks that triggered the financial meltdown -- goldman sachs. just settled with authorities for their part in the crisis that put seven million out of work and millions out of their homes. how does wall street get away with it? millions in campaign contributions and speaking fees. our economy works for wall street because it's rigged by wall street. and that's the problem. as long as washington is bought and paid for, we can't build an economy that works for people.
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women... ...protecting social security... ...expanding benefits for the national guard... ...and winning health care for 8 million children...
and she's the one who'll make a real difference for you. i'm hillary clinton and i approved this message. tmz is reporting a woman who claims
brown threw her out of a party over at the palms singer! lizianne gutierrez is the woman suing him for battery and theft! during the party, she claims she went to brown's party after his concert. and when she tried to take a photo of him, she claims he took her phone away and was hurt! metro officers responded, and that does it for action news live at 3:30 but stay with us - judge judy is up next. we'll be back in 60 minutes for action news live at 5. until then.. thanks for watching and have a great evening.
>> announcer: a new tenant gets more than he bargained for. >> i found the needles along with a bag of heroin paraphernalia. >> judge judy: you got rid of it. >> that's correct, your honor. >> announcer: then did he get the boot... >> it was his day to move out. >> announcer: ...for trashing the stash? >> judge judy: are you telling me you didn't have a discussion about drug paraphernalia in the house? >> this is a pure extortion case. >> judge judy: i asked you a question. don't tell me what it's a "pure" anything. >> announcer: "judge judy." you are about to enter the courtroom of judge judith sheindlin. the people are real. the cases are real.
shawn gubala is suing his former landlady, catherine cavola, for the return of his rent and for overdraft fees. >> byrd: order! all rise! your honor, this is case number 268 on the calendar in the matter of gubala vs. cavola. >> judge judy: thank you. >> byrd: you're welcome, judge. parties have been sworn in. you may be seated. ladies, have a seat, please. >> judge judy: mr. gubala, according to what i read, you rented a room in miss cavola's house for some time, and then she inherited her mother's house, is that correct? >> that's correct, your honor. >> judge judy: and you were her tenant for how long before she inherited her mother's house? >> approximately three months. correct? >> he was at my house before i inherited the home about 11 months. >> judge judy: he says three. now, is it the same home or did house? >> i moved with her into another house. >> judge judy: and the house that you moved into was the one that you inherited from your mother? >> yes, ma'am.