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for rain, snow and ice! right now, the national weather service is reporting freezing rain expected in virginia, west virginia, and the carolinas. and the storm has cut power for more than 5-thousand people in mississippi. here at mccarran, the good news is we're not seeing our flights really affected. here's abc's elizabeth hur with more on the storm. < the nation's capital.. under a winter storm warning.. bracing for up to 6 inches of snow.. overnight.. more snow fell in chicago.. after a weekend of blinding white out conditions.. nats leaving highways and roadways.. littered with wreckage.. nats from indiana.. to pennsylvania.. multiple pile-ups killing three and sending dozens to the hospital.. and some incredible images are emerging from the record-breaking cold.. firefigthers battling a blaze in philadelphia.. leaving this car completely frozen in ice.. in boston.. sub-zero temperatures shattering a 60-year-old record and in new york.. it was the coldest valentine's day in 100 years. nats finally.. in new hampshire.. the wicked cold led to these dramatic rescues at a ski resort..
hanging more than 40 feet off the ground.. sot - "it swung hard and it swung back // we knew there after about three hours. elizabeth hur oncam close: there is some relief from this dangerous cold.. forecasters say a storm coming from the south and up the coast.. will bring warmer temperatures by midweek. eh, abc news, new york. > breaking right now-- a live look at the 95 freeway in miami, florida... where a garbage truck has driven off the freeway! here's
you can see it flew right onto the street. no word yet if anyone down on the street was hurt, or the condition of the driver. we'll stay on top of this story. here at home-- mother nature is giving us some abnormal weather! we're experiencing some record highs for this time of year! but i don't think anyone is complaining about that! let's go to 13 weather first will continue to be the theme for the forecast this week. especially in the short term. high pressure will be the dominating feature to the forecast through the first half of wednesday. high temps tomorrow will reach the mid and upper 70s, then approach 80 degrees on wednesday. two men are in the hospital... after they were both stabbed
an argument. 13 action news reporter marissa kynaston was on scene all morning long following the story. she talked with a witness about what happened. < i talked with a man who says he lives right across the way he says he ran to the window-- and saw a woman outside running-- then saw a man right behind her-- yelling at her. and then he noticed something in the mans hand. take sot griffin i saw something wrapped up, i believe it was the weapon, a knife or something, because it was a stabbing so it was a knife. marissa tag we did hear on scene that the injuries do not appear to be fatal. we will continue to update you with more information. reporting near lake mead and simmons-- mk-- 13an. >
stabbed! this one happened in a parking lot at sahara and lamb. the victims were rushed to the detectivies only described that person as an adult make. if you know anything about this crime, call police. also overnight, a house party interrupted by a violent robbery! officers responded to a home near sahara and tenaya, where they say about 30-people were partying. then a 19-year-old was robbed by several men at gunpoint! thankfully, he wasn't seriously hurt. right now, police are questioning 5 people to get to the bottom of this. a fire breaks out inside a man's kitchen, and he tried to put the flames out himself! it happened last night near charleston and nellis. brent mcfarlane say a pot on the stove caught on fire. after he couldn't find a fire extinguisher, he ran outside and grabbed the hose. brent mcfarlane "i just kept spraying it and it wouldn't go i was afraid that if it spead - it was gonna go to our neighbors house." firefighters kept the flames
while crews commended brent for his bravery, they also wanted to remind everyone it's never a good idea to spray water on a fire started by oil. right now, pope francis is in mexico! he's touring the southern mexican state of chiapas right now, the pontiff is meeting with families at a stadium. with families at a stadium. chiapas is one of the poorest areas of the country. during his visit, he's expected to hold mass in three indigenous languages. and just in to 13 action news-- republican presidential to town! he''ll be here next tuesday at a luncheon over at red rock country club. the information is on your screen. you do have to rsvp before attending. we've put that link on our website, ktnv.com. right now, democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton is campaigning up in norther nevada. she's in reno and elko today.... after spending the weekend down here in the valley. like the other candidates, the sudden vacancy in the supreme court is topping her campaign the future of the supreme court affects practically anything you are concerned about...women's rights voting
just go down the list." coming up at 3-30, we'll have much more on the race for the white house... especially how clinton and bernie sanders spent their weekend in the valley. the little league international league is facing a lawsuit. and it all has to do with our mountain ridge all-stars being named 20-14 champs! we'll tell you why the parents of chicago team "jackie mountain west" are suing the league! plus, we're learning more about the accused serial jewel thief...who hit up multiple stores in the south! the f-b-i is now announcing she was not alone, but acted as part of a group! not alone, but acted as part of a group!
< one of the areas that i've been particularly interested in is the area of children. we intend to be sure 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,
the f-b-i is now saying woman may have had help from a pair of brothers! newly-released court documents show abigail kemp was just one of four thieves! they're accused of swiping 4-million dollars worth of precious stones from at least 6-stores in 5-states. the alleged masterminds are brothers larry and michael gilmore, and lewis jones the third. they were all taken into custody friday. authorities tracked them down authorities tracked them down from cell phone pings! sot - brad garrett / former f.b.i. agent & abc news contributor: "with today's technology, law enforcement has the ability to go back and look at what phones all four suspects are now facing up to 20-years in jail. metro also needs your help tracking down another murder suspect. but in this case, investigators know who he is. they identify him as "fuyan liao." and they say he may be driving a white 20-09 infiniti s-u-v with a nevada license plate 712 a-t-z. they believe he fatally shot a 40 year old woman almost two
twain. if you have any information about either murder, call police or crime stoppers. we're keeping our eyes on that new storm making its way east. it's expected to bring a lot more damage to the already battered area. already, it sent crews rushing to save people who fell through ice! still ahead, the tips you need to know that could save your life!
the east coastmany! take a look at this dramatic resuce... firefighters had to save a 16-year- old...when he fell through an icy pond in missouri. and in pennsylvania, crews pulled this teen from frigid waters. sot - collin orr / survivor: "kind of felt like i was going to die at that point." crews are warning people on the east coast that if they do fall in the ice, don't panic. make sure instead to kick and pull yourself along the ice. here at home, taking a live look outside, we're spoiled!
and because the weather has been so great, many people spent presidents' day off at red rock canyon? in honor of the holiday today... admission is free! let's go to 13 weather first chief meteorologist bryan scofield. far above average temperatures will continue to be the theme for the forecast this week. especially in the short term. high pressure will be the dominating feature to the forecast through the first half of wednesday. high temps tomorrow will reach the mid and upper 70s, then approach 80 degrees on wednesday. breezy winds make a comeback on wednesday, ahead of a pacific storm system that will push through the area. most of the showers associated with this system will pass to our north. however, the valley will still see a slight chance for rain morning. thursday will be quite windy with gusts to about 45 mph, and a bit cooler, with high temps dropping to the low 70s. mostly cloudy skies are also expected thursday. the system makes an exit by thursday afternoon and by
in the low to mid 70s, winds will be down to breezy and skies will be partly cloudy. high temps will remain in the low to mid 70s through the start to next workweek, as high pressure once again takes control of the forecast. breezy winds will also be back sunday and next monday. cloudy skies are also expected thursday. the system makes an exit by thursday afternoon and by friday, high temps will remain in the low to mid 70s, winds will be down to breezy and skies will be partly cloudy. high temps will remain in the low to mid 70s through the start to next workweek, as high pressure once again takes control of the forecast. breezy winds will also be back sunday and next monday. breaking news on that severe weather hitting the rest of the
it's now affecting transportation in multiple states! a ferry from vermont to new york has been closed! someone called 9-1-1 saying they saw two people they didn't but metro set up a perimeter, and eventually tracked them down. and just hours before... a car crashed right through a wall! take a look at the damage left behind! this happened on the corner of maryland parkway and pyle. a viewer who drove by says a a car lot vandalized! more than a dozen cars covered with swastikas and obscenities! take a look! you can see windows smashed in and spray paint scrawled on the sides of other cars. this all happened at a used car lot in cleveland, ohio. as for who's behind it? the owner is baffled at why he would be targeted! and ethnic intimidation has been filed. but police have not arrested any suspects. a big day for that planned parenthood at the center of that deadly attack in colorado springs. today, they re-opened their
nearly 3-months! you may remember 3-people were killed and 9 hurt in the november attack. the organization says they have added security measures, and hope the clinic will completely re-open in a few months. (vicki cowart/ pres. and ceo, planned parenthood of the rocky mountains) "we made a commitment to our community the day of the shooting that we ones who have been put out during this time." for now, they'll offer a full range of services to fewer clients. the accused gunman robert dear will be back in court next week. right now, pope francis is in mexico! he's touring the southern mexican state of chiapas (chee-ah-pahs). he's touring the southern mexican state of chee-ah-pahs. chiapas is one of the poorest areas of the country. during his visit, he's expected to hold mass in three indigenous languages. the super bowl win is dampened for denver broncos' quarterback peyton manning. he's now at the center of a sexual assault lawsuit... that goes back 20-years! what the n-f-l star is saying about the claim next!
breaking news out of miami, florida... a garbage truck drove off the freeway! breaking news on that severe weather hitting the rest of the flores: i was raised by my father. my mother left my family when i was 9 years old. things really went from bad to worse for me. this isn't just about numbers, this is about real lives. this is a system that isn't working for the everyday person. it's one of the reasons why i decided to endorse bernie sanders. nevadans
are looking for people who are willing to think big, to be bold, and to fight for everyday people.
hitting the rest of the country. it's now affecting transportation in multiple states! a ferry from vermont to new york has been closed! over in pennsylvania, authorities have reduced speed limits to 45 miles-per-hour on major roads. the national weather service has confirmed tornado touchdown near century, fla. and several homes have been destroyed. mountain ridge little leage here in las vegas are the proud winners of the 20-14 little league baseball tournament. you remeber they were awarded the title, after their competitor was found to be cheating! that team was jackie robinson west from chicago. well now, those players' parents are fighting back! they're suing to get the title returned! their attorney says the parents submitted the proper documents, which was verified as legal by the regional tournament! (james karamanis, attorney) "the children knew nothing about this. the boundary maps were submitted, the eligibility documents were submitted to the jrw inc. who submitted it to little league, and there was no problem with the children being
the families say they want the title re-instated to the team. little league international will not comment, until they've reviewed the lawsuit. new scrutiny for denver broncos quarterback peyton manning, fresh off his super bowl win. he's been named in a sexual harrassment lawsuit against his alma mater, the university of tennessee. abc's linsey davis breaks down the lawsuit for us, and what manning is saying about the allegations. < on the field... (nats announcer "peyton manning) and off .... (nats from peyton ad) peyton manning is known for his good guy image. (nats- quick manning sot/nat . . . as allegations resurface from a 20 year-old incident . . . (nats- univ of tn playing days) along with allegations from a 20-year-old incident in which a highly regarded female trainer claimed manning sexually assaulted her while at the university of tennessee. (nat tbd?) [gfx]: six women...filing a new lawsuit tuesday alleging the university of tennessee violated title ix by acting with "deliberate indifference in its response to
(pg. 7), especially with respect to "'major sports' athletes" (pg. 7). among those major athletes mentioned ... peyton manning. top trainer, jamie naughright reported manning to a sexual assault crisis center for allegedly placing his bare bottom and genitalia on her while she examined his foot in 1996 tbd brennan sot: summarizing what happened [gfx]: according to court records, manning denied assaulting naughright. but she included the allegations in a 1997 sexual harrasment lawsuit against the school, eventually settling with them and agreeing to leave her job. sot christine brennan (tba): talking about how manning was able to go on an cultivate a wholesome image but in 2001, the incident would surface again ... this time, from manning's point of view in the book, "manning: a father, his sons and a football legacy." [gfx]: manning describes the 1996 incident as a "crude...but harmless" locker-room exchange .... naughright simply catching him "mooning" a fellow athlete. the book's account, inferring she was eager to sue the
having a "vulgar mouth." https: //www.youtube.com/watch?v=iehnc ewngv e [naughright youtube] naughright -- seen in this youtube video - filed a defamation suit against manning and his father archie, ghostwriter john underwood and publisher harper collins. [gfx]: the neeyork daily news - obtained a motion that contained her version of facts in that case . losing her job at florida southern college. tbd brennan sot on why all this has never really been made a big deal of. > that was abc's linsey janis reporting-- a lot more news coming up on action news live at 3-30... including the latest on the race for the white house.0 the democratic candidates bring their campaigns here to the recovering after being stabbed in the dead. but those injuries may soon be a thing of the past. how one department is protecting their k-9s! have you downloaded the all new channel 13 action news app yet? it's simple to use and features live streaming, video on demand with photos that are just a tap away from the home screen, plus blazing fast radar. get the all new action news app
google play. right now on 13-action news live at 3:30.. flores: i was raised by my father. my mother left my family when i was 9 years old. things really went from bad to worse for me. this isn't just about numbers, this is about real lives. this is a system that isn't working for the everyday person.
it's one of the reasons why i decided to endorse bernie sanders. nevadans are looking for people who are willing to think big, to be bold, and to fight for everyday people. and that's exactly what bernie sanders is doing. sanders: i'm bernie sanders
search for the suspects. plus the battle over the supreme court is heating up. justice antonin scalia died unexpectedly over the weekend. and now, republicans and democrats are clashing over his successor. but 13-action news live at 3-30 begins with a powerful winter storm back east with bitter-cold temperatures.. including many cities diving below zero. i'm steve wolford. now, the main concern is snow. take a look at what's left behind in roanoke, virginia. just inches and inches of snow! the national weather service says some parts of the east coast could see half-a-foot or more of snow. forecasters say nearly 90 million americans should see snow or freezing rain by tomorrow. and over in louisiana, storms rolled in. they toppled trees and power lines, and even ripped off the roof at a car wash. there are reports of injuries, but we don't know how many. but here at home-- we're not seeing this storm affect flights coming into or leaving mccarran. but make sure to double check with your airline carrier. let's send things over now to 13 weather first chief