tv Action News 630pm ABC February 11, 2016 6:30pm-7:00pm PST
and she's the one who'll make a real difference for you. i'm hillary clinton and i approved this message. we'll tell you which way airfares are going.. and what it could mean for the local economy. plus.. changes to fremont street experienece. the new leadership promising to keep development going.... in the right direction. but we begin in oregon.. where the armed militia takeover of a federal wildlife refuge has ended with the surrender of the 4 remaining protestors. the last hold-out threatened to take his own life before finally leaving the federal building.. seized more than a month ago. the final hours of the standoff playing out live..... over an open phone line!!! fbi: you're gonna come out with your hands up occupier: no we're not! all four protesters are set to appear in court.... tomorrow. the father of their leader..
facing -6- criminal charges. the action... in oregon... is just one of many stories..... 13 action news is tracking for you.... tonight. here's a look.... at the top stories we're following today.. including a few squatters..... forced to leave the mini storage units.... they're using... as a motel!!! 17:52:36-17:52:57 i'm parker collins at the regional justice center... today in court is the education savings account program... so on one side... attorneys with the state claim they could argue their case right now in front of a judge. attorneys with the aclu say they need more time to gather evidence and make their claims. this is the twain swenson mini storage, which more people are using as a motel than a mini storage. vo one person living there tells action news as many as 50 other people living in their storage units the manager says he's been trying to improve security to keep people who shouldn't be there from staying overnight in the units....but they keep busting in. now hes' using civil methods. he was recently served problem
them they must move out. the rental agreement also says you are not to live in the units. marissa kynaston here at metros northwest area command-- i just spoke with police-- they say a team of burglars may now be connected to over 75 breakins throughout the valley. take vo heres a look at who police are searching for. they say the burglaries started back in november-- and the suspects typically get in through breaking the front door-- or climbing through a drive through window. one of their victims even made a youtube video that went viral-- hoping to catch them. the democrtic presidential
another debate tonight.. this one in wisconsin. bernie sanders is coming-off a huge win in new hampshire.. but admits the upcoming contests in south carolina and here in nevada won't be that kind of slam-dunk. vega: if the election were tomorrow do you think you could win south carolina and nevada? sanders: no. fortunately for us the election is not tomorrow. the remaining gop field is already in south carolina.. where ohio governor john kasich is getting some big crowds after finishing second in new hampshire. we could also start to see the kinder-gentler donald trump.. who now says he's pulling attack ads.. and will only air positive campaign ads going forward. an action news update now on the feud between donald trump and univison. the hollywood reporter now says they've reached an undisclosed settlement. trump sued univision this past summer for not airing the miss usa pageant. univision made the move after
comments about illegal immigration. the city of cleveland is apologizing to the family of tamir rice..... after they received.... a -5- hundred-dollar invoice.... for the ambulance used to rush the boy.... to the hospital the city has now withdrawn the invoice... but... the family's attorney says... it amounts to harassment. rice was shot and killed.... in - 2- thousand -14-..... by a cleveland police officer.... as he played with a pellet gun... in a park. in december... a grand jury declined to indict the two officers.... involved in the case. a north dakota police officer is in grave condition at this hour after he was shot in the line of duty. it happened overnight in fargo.. when police responded to an active shooter situation. police say the gunman called 9-1-1 himself.. asking officers to evacuate houses nearby.. but it turned out to be a trap. when police arrived.. he opened fire.. then held officers at bay for hours with constant fire from a rifle. david todd fargo chief officer moszer condition is that he has a wound that is not survivable.
they're saying goodbye to him according to local media reports.. if that officer dies.. it would be the first deadly shooting of a fargo police officer since 1882. u-s attorney general loretta lynch says tonight she had no choice but to sue the city of furgerson, missouri. city leaders wanted to amend an agreement with the d-o-f they say the city can't afford to implement. lynch.. however.. isn't buying it. she's now forcing civil rights litigation.. claiming residents are being treated unfairly by police.. and a profit-driven court system. new at 6:30.. because of the issues in furgeson and in other cities around the u-s.. a new effort is underway to re-build trust between communities and their police departments. that includes taking a hard look at the use of force. anne mcnamara takes us inside a training facility in washington state that's leading the
pkg full= 51:15 nats car pulling in/confrontation yelling this looks like a typical day on the joba typical call... 51:25 nats yelling as cops come break up the fight but the typical response - is what they're trying to change. dep. joseph winters king county sheriff's office 26:13 it's not your traditional police training. it's not firearms. it's not defensive tactics. what we're trying to help students develop is that one on one personal relationship with the individuals they'll be serving police recruits in washington state learn how to be "guardians" of their communities...de-escalating tense situationswithout weapons. 32:56 how you doing man? you mind coming out? are you okay? on this mock callthe suspect has threatened suicide and instead of using forcethe recruit relates to him on a personal level... joel garcia seattle police recruit 37:47 i've had a relative who did that, you know, and he was a really good friend of mine, you know apart from being family 44:00 that's deep, man.
departments across the country - that send officers here to train. and yes -- there's pushback. veteran officers will be the first to question - if it puts their lives at risk. russ hicks police instructor 11:13 there are two things they hatethey hate the way things are and they hate change. but when you really explain and get down to talking about it i think they understand this is what good police have been doing all along and what police have been doing all along is still important -(nats)- the physical training still just as intense. 7:51 we are teaching people how to fight, how to shoot, all of those hard skills we call the warrior skills. because really it's not warrior-guardian. it's a mix but finding the right balance a balance they believe will save lives in the long run. anne mcnamara @annemcnamaratv 05:00 this program has become such a strong training model that president obama asked the executive director to work on his national policing panel to look at law enforcement in the years to come.
mcnamara, anchor cam tag= almost a thousand people were killed by police - just last year. anne mcnamara reporting. 20 people were killed by police officers last year in nevada. a royal caribbean cruise ship is finally back at port..... in new jersey.. after being battered by hurricane force winds and massive waves..... off the carolina coast. nat- free at last.. free at last!" wooo! hundreds of passengers were relieved to be.... back on dry land. the ship was on its way to the bahamas..... when it got caught in a powerful storm.... and... 1-hundred-mile an hour wind gusts..... despite severe storm warnings. davis sot: we've been on the roller coaster for 17 hours.. in your room.. not even tied down.. 45 degree angle was hell!" never.. never again.." the cruise line is apologizing.... to the -45-hundred passengers. that includes.... many who will spend another night on board with nowhere to go.... because the ship docked.... a day early.
half-off vouchers... for a future cruise. some.. however.. are still threatening to sue. up next in tonight's financial focus. we'll tell you which way airline prices are moving.. and what it could mean for the local tourism industry. plus.. a sneak peak at how to get away with murder.... you'll see only... on 13 action news. sot -- brandi hitt, correspondent // "anything you guys can reveal?" 2 sot -- jack falahee, actor // "sam's back!" 1 that's not the only big secret.... the stars are sharing with us. hello las vegas! we are going country this week for our list of 13 things to do in las vegas. if you would like to get out of town for the night, head on down to primm to see singer trace adkins at buffalo bill's.
powered countless hits to the top of the charts including the songs you're gonna miss this, hillbilly bone and just fishin. adkins also won the first all- star season of donald trump's celebrity apprentice. adkins performs saturday night. a little closer to home, collin raye is performing saturday inside club madrid at sunset station. raye has been nominated ten times for male vocalist of the year by the country music association and academy of country music. the arkansas native is known for more than 40 top-charting hits including love me, in this life and my kind of girl. last but certainly not least, rascal flatts kicks off their mini-residency inside the joint at the hard rock on wednesday. the award-winning trio will perform nine shows in las vegas. rascal flatts is promising a brand- new show that no one has ever seen before. they also said that the show will be packed with as many of their hits as possible. this will be their second residency at the hard rock.
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. and, just in case you are looking for a list of ways to celebrate valentine's day, we have a list for that too on our home page. i'm megan telles. see you next week! >> deborah: i'm deborah norville. coming up, undercover granny, our lisa guerrero goes
how vulnerable the street as the sell-off continues. dow down 255 nasdaq down 17 sp500 down 23. big local gaming stocks were mixed. caesars entertainment up 3%. boyd down 2-and a half percent leadership changes are underway at fremont street experience. the board has named patrick hughes as president. he's leaving his position as vice president and g-m at cannery casino in north las vegas. hughes has worked for a number of hotels around the valley.. including boulder station.. new york-new york and the resort at summerlin. he's replacing former president
and.. this will make you want to go somewhere. domestic airfares are now at a six year low. that's also good for las vegas.. making it more affordable for people to fly here. air fares fell more than 6-percent in the third quarter of last year.. to an average of about 372 dollars. experts credit the drop on the expansion of low-cost airlines.. and plunging jet fuel prices. that's tonight's 'financial focus.' let's go to bryan scofield and 'weather first.' . 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 and temperatures wonderfully 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
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 slightly cooler just behind it. no rain or really cold weather is expected for the next 7 days.
level wispy clouds but that'll be about it. otherwise skies will be clear and temperatures wonderfully 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. farther out in the forecast moves in and slightly cooler abc's hit drama -- "how to get away with murder." sot -- (from episode) //
let's get to work!!!" the last episode ended.... with a cliff hanger... and... abc's brandi hitt sat down with the stars... to try and get the inside scoop.... on what's to come. script: sot - (from episode) // "the whole time! i've been lying to you - over and over!" 3 in december... abc's "how to get away with murder"... ended with a bang. sot - (from episode) // "no! (gun fires)" 2 annalise keating -- played by viola davis -- is shot... after she and her law students scramble to cover up yet another murder... sot - (from episode) // (car backs over attorney) 2 this time -- carried out by a colleague they least suspect. sot -- brandi hitt, correspondent // "you are the latest to join the club." 2 sot someone!" "yelllgh!"// matt mcgorry: "yellgh!" 6 but stars matt mcgorry and jack falahee... say they have no idea how this season will end... as they wait -- anxiously -- for the final scenes to still be written. sot -- brandi hitt, correspondent // "anything you guys can reveal?" 2 sot -- jack falahee, actor // "sam's back!" 1 nats - (from season 1 - sam's
was murdered last season. sot -- brandi hitt, correspondent // "wait! how is sam back? isn't sam dead?" 2 sot -- jack falahee, actor // "ohhhh! (ghost noise)" 1 sot -- brandi hitt, correspondent // "really?" 1 sot -- jack falahee, actor & matt mcgorry, actor // (together) "ahhhhhh! "i mean... who knows!" 1 ((behind the scenes footage)) it's clear? both here and on the set? the cast members have formed strong friendships. sot -- brandi hitt, correspondent // "what do you guys think has made this show (both speak together) "... a visceral reaction to it." sot - brandi hitt, correspondent // "you guys even finish..." sot seriousness... they give credit to the show's and viola signing on. coming up in tonight's abc primetime lineup here on channel-13.. it's the return of "t-g-i-t." 8- grey's anatomy 9- scandal 10- how to get away with murder. 11- 13-action news. coming up..
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.
exercise will help keep your brain strong. you'll then be.... less forgetful... and... speed up your ability to problem- solve. so... if
you want to play a few brain games now and then.... it's probably not the worst thing.... you can do. but... don't forget to get outside.... see people and try something weekend at red rock canyon.. and in honor of president's day this coming monday.. it's free. thousands of people visit red rock canyon to take advantage of the hiking and biking trails.. along with the spectacular scenery. 13 action news will be right back.
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
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 and not to the pundits and the naysayers. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message, and i ask for you to caucus for me. thank you. at 11. thank you for joining us. "inside edition" is next.
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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