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violence broke out. police say there were about 30 people partying at this house behind me-- but the fun stopped when one teenager got robbed. police say the 19 year old was robbed by several other men-- and the suspects came armed. one had a gun-- another had metal knuckles. a fight broke out-- and the teenager was hit. police say he has some cuts and bruises-- nothing serious. but the robbers did get away with his belongings-- thats his backpack-- wallet-- and jewelry. police were able to take five people into custody-- no word yet on if there have been any official arrests. this road is still blocked off-- if youre driving near south tenaya way and sahara-- you will have to make a small detour. live near sahara-- also breaking overnight...
cement wall, near a house on the corner of maryland parkway and pyle. you can see the damage left behind. a viewer who drove by says they saw a man getting arrested. we're still working to confirm that with metro. fire engulfs a man's kitchen, but instead of waiting for firefirghters, he decided to take matters into his own hands. the fire broke out around 9 last night near charleston and he couldn't find a fire extinguisher, so he ran outside and grabbed the hose. brent mcfarlane "i just kept spraying it and it wouldn't go out butted to i was afraid that if the house caught on fire....cause these are duplexes...like two together. i was afraid that if it spead - the kitchen. they commended brent for being so brave, but said he could have passed out from smoke inhalation. they also wanted to remind so spray water on a fire
the search continues this morning for a man in connection with a fatal shooting. the shooting happened friday night around 11:45 on cindysue street near lake mead boulevard. police responded to a report of shots fired and found somebody dead inside a vehicle. the victim suffered multiple gunshot wounds. cops say the suspect had been inside the vehicle with the victim before firing the shots. the victim's identity hasn't been released at this time. it's caucus week here in the silver state and the democratic candidates are going full speed ahead trying to gather supporters. bernie sanders got a rock-star reception at a bonanza high school rally yesterday. some comparing him to a music legend... 041306 "bernie sanders is like luther vandross. he sings from his soul." when it got down to the issues, the crowd embraced sanders on ideas like raising the minimum wage. 045843 bernie sanders "when mom is out working and dad is out working and the kids are out, wages in america are too damn low." sanders is carrying alot of momentum right now, following a
iowa and a victory in new hampshire. he's hoping for the same type of showing in this saturday's caucus. in this saturday's caucus. split-screen)-vo meanwhile, hillary clinton had a busy sunday... both her and sanders were at the victory baptist church and spoke to the congregation. the former first lady also met with supporters at lee's sandwiches on spring mountain and valley view. later in the day, she talked with dreamer families about pushing for immigration reform. she capped the night with an event at the mountain shadow's community center in sun city summerlin, where she took some shots at her republican rivals. (hillary clinton/(d) presidential candidate) "i've listened to the republican debates. i have to tell you, i often don't recognize, i don't recognize the country that they describe. i don't understand the really mean-spirited rhetoric, clinton continues her focus on nevada today.. she cancelled events in florida, so she could stay here another day.
reno. time now is x:xx ---a man stranded in the nevada desert for a week.. he's thankful for one thing, that he says kept him alive. we'll tell you what that is, next! plus, dozens trapped in a tram car high above the ground. what investigators think caused the tram to get stuck! an oregon man, stranded for a
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 and not to the pundits and the naysayers. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message,
snow kept him alive. 69-year-old philip besanson is now recovering at a hospital in california. police say he was driving his pickup to oregon when he broke down near the town of gerlach, nevada. that's 100 miles north of reno. besanson stayed in his truck, drinking melted snow and rationing what little food he had. a highway patrol tropper finally stumbled across him while checking road conditions. dozens of people are glad to be safe this morning after being stuck in tram cars 40-feet above the ground in new hampshire. a service break issue stopped the aerial tramway yesterday afternoon. rescue workers repelled 48- passengers to the ground, one by one.
stayed calm throughout the whole ordeal. time now is x:xx --- a political firestorm brewing in washington after the death of justice antonin scalia. trump: it's called delay, delay, delay. republicans vowing to do everything they can to stop president obama from appointing a replacement. so, who is possibly on the president's short list of potential nominees? we'll tell you what we're hearing. the heat continues to rise but not for long! i am tacking how warm we will get and what new weather pattern will be dropping our temps and possibly bring in rain coming up in you still the main weather
will be common along with high temperatures ranging between 74 to 79 degrees! winds will be mild; mainly hovering between 5 and 15 mph out of the north with stronger winds around lake mead, lake lave vegas and the colorado river valley areas. by wednesday night, a new disturbance out of the pacific northwest will drop south and head east. clouds build through wednesday along with a steady
by thursday, cloudy skies will be common along with a small chance for showers to the valley. elevations 6500ft and above should see snow or a rain/ice mix. any accumulation should be between a trace and 2 inches. our main concern will be the winds on thursday. 20-30 mph sustained winds will be common along with gusts between 35 and 45 mph for
political battle in washington over who will be his replacement. within an hour of the supreme court confirming scalia's death, senate majority leader mitch mcconnell declared the vacancy shouldn't be filled until a new president is elected. president obama made it clear, he's ready to make a move. sot obama: i plan to fulfill my constitutional responsibilities to nominate a successor. this is adding a new dimension to the presidential race, as well. senator ted cruz on "this week," vowing to filibuster if necessary cruz (from tw) : we should not allow a lame duck president to essentially capture the supreme court in the waning months of his presidency. two names being mentioned as replacements are jane kelly and sri (s-ree) srinavasan (sa-rin-uh-vah-sin). the president is expected to announce his pick when the senate returns from break later this month. on this presidents' day, the race to become the commander-in-chief is turning ugly amongst republicans. jeb bush and donald trump
bush saying he's fed up with trump taking shots at his family. bush: i'm sick and tired of him going after my family. my dad is the greatest man alive in my mind. trump: the world trade center came down during your brother's reign. remember that ( booing ) bush and trump weren't the only ones duking it out during saturday's debate. marco rubio questioned ted cruz's spanish-speaking abilities. rubio: first of all, i don't know how he knows what i said on univision because he doesn't speak spanish. holding a double digit lead, according to the latest polls. campaign(split-screen)-vo former president george w. bush hits the campaign trail today to help his brother. the elder bush will appear with jeb at a rally in south carolina. jeb bush believes his brother could could help save his sputtering presidential campaign. time now is x:xx --- we're nearly 7 years removed from the great recession, but this
high pressure and dry air are still the main weather patterns we will be dealing with through today, tuesday and most of wednesday, mainly sunny skies will be common along with high temperatures ranging between 74 to 79 degrees! winds will be mild; mainly hovering between 5 and 15 mph out of the north with stronger winds around lake mead, lake lave vegas and the colorado river head east. clouds build through wednesday along with a steady increase in wind speeds. by thursday, cloudy skies will should see snow or a rain/ice mix. any accumulation should be
our main concern will be the valley and even stronger towards the colorado river valley and high elevations. by friday into the weekend, winds calm, sunny skies return and high temperatures hover in the lower 70s. smartphones have many uses these days and it's changing the way we live---including how people find friends. lege students found that 73-percent of them ranked tinder as their favorite dating app. tinder says half of the its users are college age. but the students confessed they are not using the app to date. 58 percent say they have never even gone on a date using the financial insiders are worried about another recession. plus 'deadpool' makes the box office come alive. abc's reena ninan and kendis gibson have this morning's business headlines. < recession fears widen - a survey of financial insiders found that a large percentage of financial advisors believe that the chances of a recession this year are either moderate or high vw managers may have known - volkswagen senior staff were reportedly warned that us regulators were looking into
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 and not to the pundits and the naysayers. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message,
officers submitted pictures of the dogs into a contest to win a vest. but the donors decided they couldn't pick just one, so they will be giving all the dogs who entered the national contest, vests. each vest cost 25-hundred dollars. this comes as the safety of k-9 officers are in the spotlight. you'll remember a k-9 was stabbed during a standoff last friday morning. and an update on that k-9 officer. we're told "nicky" is back home, recovering from surgery. metro says they're still unsure when or if nicky will return to work. the former north las vegas teacher, accused of kissing two students, is expected in court this week. william crawford is scheduled
morning. crawford is accused of kissing two 12-year-old girls in 2012 at "sommerset academy." the students contend crawford never touched them inapproriately, but,they say he often brought students into a closet and "tickled" them as punishment for misbehaving. the condition of a man shot during a violent home invasion is improving. the man's family says he's been upgraded to stable condition. police are still looking for the suspects---a man and a woman. they say the pair broke into the home on west atlantic near water street on saturday morning. police say it does not appear to be a random attack. one person is behind bars this morning, charged with shooting and nearly killing a man. metro says it happened around 12 thirty yesterday morning outside the "deja vu adult emporium" near tropicana and arville. right now, the victim is in the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. no word on what led to the shooting. right now, much of the east
after a bone- chilling weekend. artic air pushed through areas bringing some of the coldest air in years! in new york, a freezing minus-1 degree, made for the chilliest valentines day in 22 years! sot 1: "it's, like, whipping you in the back of the head, it hurts! it's like being on a roller coaster." in pennsylvania, i-78 is back open after a massive pileup left 3 dead and dozens injured on saturday. across the midwest, conditions were perfect for some white knuckle driving. the good news, warmer temperatures are expected this week, but not before some rain and snow push through today. but, it does appearthe bitter cold is over for now. the bitter cold conditions in
a terrible situation. residents of a senior citizen community forced to live with no heat. the boiler in the building gave out and the housing authority neglected to come out and fix it. people in the building were forced to boil water on the stove and bundle up. cynthia johnson is battling cancer and is at her wits end. "i called so many times, that's why i had to call (eyewitness news) - because i couldn't take it anymore," she says. residents got nowhere until they called our abc affiliate in new york. shortly after the station called the housing authority, two workers arrived and fixed the issue. residents say they still shouldn't have waited so long. 13 action news found east coasters escaping the to las vegas at mccarran yesterday. you can't really blame them with the temperatures we've been seeing lately! me: "you dont need that coat now" ronald: "nah nah nah nah im gonna throw that in my suitcase as soon as i get it"///butted/// "ive lived all
never seen it this cold. really bad when the mayor of ny says that" we also spoke to some people who told us new york is "painful" right now, but they said it's "boiling" here. time now is x:xx --- alot of people are using snapchat these days. many like using the filters for the many like using the filters for the pictures and videos. but now questions are surrounding those filters after a bad car crash. we'll explain, coming up. the heat continues to rise but not for long! i am tacking how warm we will get and what new weather pattern will be dropping our temps and possibly bring in rain coming up in you 13 weather first forecast.
that everybody in this room and every child in this state is somebody. no matter where they're born, no matter to whom they are born. i want to make sure that every child has a chance to live up to his or her god-given potential. i've spent my life fighting for children, and i'm not stopping now. i'm hillary clinton,
our main concern will be the winds on thursday. 20-30 mph sustained winds will be common along with gusts between 35 and 45 mph for the valley and even stronger the lower 70s. right now, police in albuquerque, new mexico are trying to figure out who planted an explosive device on a rental car near the airport. this happened yesterday morning. investigators say the device was attached to an avis budget rental car. a mechanic discovered it while putting the vehicle on a lift. a police bomb squad disabled the device. investigators are now trying to track down the last person who
passengers aboard a flight from london to new york are back on the ground this morning after a laser forced their plane to turn around. the pilot made the decision to turn the flight around last night after a laser was shot into the cockpit. the airline offered all passengers overnight accomodations and are working with authorities to figure out where the laser came from. incidents like these are on the rise, especially in the united states. a laser beam can temporarily disorient and blind pilots. a consumer alert this morning... involving the popular mobile app "snap-chat." a feature on the app allows users to record their speed and now it could be to blame for a fatal crash. three young women speeding down the road, slammed into a tractor trailer leading to a raging fire, killing all three women. investigators are looking into whether the popular app snapchat played a role. gia abgarian (ab-gear-ee--in) was a passenger and her uncle
he says his niece was using a special filter on snapchat.. which snaps.. or records their speed... sot jimmy abgarian, victim's uncle the fact that part of the app is on there seems irresponsible sot jimmy abgarian, victim's uncle i'm not blaming snapchat, but hope someone gets something from this and puts it down while they are in the car gia's family is planning to subpoena her final snaps in hopes that it helps give them some closure. there's another public health crisis flying under the radar in flint, michigan. the lead in the drinking water made headlines around the country.... but at the very same time there was a spike in legionnaires' disease it's a respiratory infection linked to mist from water sources. troy kidd lost his mom in august to the disease. you're trying to wrap your head around it, what is going on, why is she, you know, sick? it wasn't until that tuesday i think that they said legionnaires." the outbreak ended up being one of the largest in us history
find an official cause of it. but experts believe the corrosive water was giving the bacteria a chance to flourish. moving to the latest on the zika virus. hawaii's governor declaring an emergency over the mosquito borne illeness. the governor is calling the move a preventative measure. this move frees up state funds for personnel and resources. the zika virus has prompted worldwide concern over an alarming connection to a neurological birth disorder and its rapid spread across the globe. the presidential hopefuls are busy on the campaign trail getting ready for the campaign trail getting ready for nevada and south carolina. right now gop presidential candidate marco rubio is at a town hall rock hill south carolina. here's a live picture. as for the democratic candidates, bernie sanders was here this weekend and hillary
sanders will be attend at rally at eastern michigan today. clinton has stayed in nevada, she's at an elko middle school this morning... and up in reno for two events later today. turning to a developing story... denver broncos quarterback peyton manning in some hot water this morning. he's being mentioned in a lawsuit a group of women filed against the university of tennessee. in it, they say the school mishandled reports of sexual assaults by student athletes. one paragraph in the lawsuit claims manning was involved in a sexual harrasment incident with a trainer back in 1996. manning hasn't said anything about the lawsuit. time now is x:xx --- las vegas is the wedding capital of the world! and the wedding bells were ringing this weekend! we'll tell you just how many people tied the knot! the knot! and chopper 13, bringing you
will be common along with high temperatures ranging between 74 to 79 degrees! winds
will be mild; mainly hovering between 5 and 15 mph out of the north with stronger winds around lake mead, lake lave vegas and the head east. clouds build through wednesday along with a steady increase in wind speeds. by thursday, cloudy skies will should see snow or a rain/ice mix. any accumulation should be between a trace and 2 inches. our main concern will be the winds on thursday. 20-30 mph sustained winds will be common along with gusts between 35 and 45 mph for the valley and even stronger towards the colorado river valley and high elevations. by friday into the weekend, winds calm, sunny skies return and high temperatures hover in the lower 70s. the weather is going to be perfect today, plus it's a holiday! so, why not head to
trails for all ages and great views from almost anywhere. a cool celebration at the cosmopolitan yesterday. they celebrated the chinese new year and welcomed the year of the monkey with a traditional "dotting of the eyes" ceremony. performers "awakened" a dragon and lions by dotting their eyes with red paint. time now to see who's hiring this week... hundreds of jobs will be up for grabs tomorrow at the palms jobertising-dot-com is hosting a diversity career fair. it runs from 11 in the morning until 2 p-m. attendance is free. make sure you bring plenty of resumes! lake mead and simmons possible stabbing we're gather more info
pictures of some adorable valentines day babies are creating some buzz this morning. it's topping our stories now trending. these are newborns at pennsylvania's washington hospital. they're decked out in red hats and tucked in evelopes created just for them. volunteers from the american heart association knit the hats for all babies born in hospitals.
las vegas! this picture tweeted out yesterday. it's the 1,000th marriage license issued in clark county this weekend! the days surrounding valentine's day are traditionally the busiest days of the year at the marriage license bureau. you can check out all of the stories that are trending today.. just head to the "now trending" section of our web site, ktnv.com. time now is x:xx --- here's a look at what's coming up at 6. justice antonin scalia being remembered this morning. coming up, we hear from the owner of the ranch justice scalia was staying at when he passed. we're following two seperate posisble stabbings..out at a nightclub the other at an apartments and chopper 13, bringing you