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republicans and democrats. just two days after the death of justice antonin scalia.. the fight over his successor is being debated from capitol hill to the campaign trail. abc's lana zak has more. < sot: hillary clinton: we also have a big, big deal in this campaign because of the passing of justice scalia sot - sen. ted cruz / (r) presidential candidate "we are one justice away from a radical 5 justice liberal majority." out on the trail, the death of supreme court justice antonin scalia almost immediately became a campaign issue. sot - gov. john kasich / (r) presidential candidate "scalia dies, and one second after he's dead they're already starting to talk about politics!" nats "...cruz ads..." ted cruz--appears to be first with a political ad... natsot - "marriage, religious liberty, the second amendment. we're just one supreme court justice away from losing them all." he goes on to attack donald trump, saying he would appoint a non pro-life jurist. trump calls that a lie... natsot - "liar. liar." though trump did hint at signed a pledge, but// as far as i'm concerned they're in default on their pledge." nats - "...scotus demo..." while
court--protesters braved the winter storm with signs reading "fill this vacancy." lana zak oncam close: there is a certain irony in this political debate, justice scalia was known for his strict interpretation of the constitution, which allows the president to nominate a justice, regardless of it being an election year. lz, abc news, washington. just 5-days to go until the south carolina primary. all the republicans are united in delaying finding a replacement for supreme court justice antonin scalia, but some of the republican candidates are still recovering from what's being called the nastiest debate yet. jeb bush and donald bush especially went after each other's throats this weekend in south carolina! bush: while donald trump was building a reality tv show, my brother was building a security apparatus to keep us safe. and i'm proud of what he did. ( applause ) trump: the world trade center came down during your brother's reign. remember that ( booing ) (butted with) sot-trump debate -- 21:32:50 "i wanna tell you. they lied.
of mass destruction, there were weapons of mass destruction, there were none. and they knew there were none. there were no weapons of mass destruction ( booing )." and then marco rubio and ted cruz duked it out on immigration...even arguing in spanish! sot-cruz vs rubio -- 22:06:20 "marco went on univision in spanish and said he would not rescind president obama's illegal exclusive amnesty on his first day in office" rubio: first of all, i don't know how he knows what i said on univision because he doesn't speak spanish. // cruz: [in spanish] again, the republican primary is this saturday in south carolina. breaking right now-- here's a live look at charleston, south carolina, where former president george w bush is campaigning on behalf of his brother, jeb! you can see former first lady laura bush is also there too! the democrats are looking ahead to the nevada democratic caucus this coming weekend.. with both candidates spending some time this weekend doing some campaigning. bernie sanders spoke at bonanza
minimum wage and taking on wall street. he also made an appearance at victory baptist church. frontrunner hillary clinton also campaigned there. the former secretary of state also held three other events.. including rallies today in reno and elko. pope francis is in mexico! he's touring the southern mexican state of chiapas is one of the poorest areas of the country. during his visit, the pontiff is meeting with families at a stadium and will hold a mass in three indigenous languages. right now, a man is behind bars in connection to a shooting outside an adult store it happened yesterday at the "deja vu adult emporium" near tropicana and arville. officers arrested a suspect...who's now facing battery with a deadly weapon charges. the victim is expected to survive. but, police are still trying to figure out what led to the gunfire. some good news on a man shot during a home invasion in henderson. his family say he's now in stable condition. saturday morning, police say a man and woman forced their way into the house near atlantic
32 year old man several times. there were also three children home at the time, but none of them were hurt. police do not think this was a random attack. department is getting some valuable new equipment- two of its k-9 officers are getting bulletproof vests. the department submitted pictures of the dogs.. bobby and boris in a contest.. but the donors decided they couldn't pick just one. so.. they're donating kevlar vests to all the dogs entered. those vests cost 25-hundred dollars each. an update now on metro's k-9 officer.. nicky. nicky was stabbed during a 12 hour standoff last friday. we're told nicky is now at home from surgery. metro says they released nicky on the suspect after the man stopped responding to swat negotiators. nicky was stabbed in the head with a machete. google is revolutionizing the way students take field trips. up next.. we'll show you some new technology is allowing children to travel around the world for
in the battle of the burgers, jack made a "declaration of delicious"... he took a stand for hand-leafed lettuce and fresh-sliced tomatoes. he formed a perfect union between 100% beef, cheese, and mouth... ...with buttery bakery buns for all and america ate it up. true story. we're making every burger better, like the new double jack. history never tasted so good.
this great country and our government belong to all of us. wall street,
corporate america, wealthy campaign donors have so much influence that the only way they are defeated is when millions of people begin to stand up and say loudly and clearly, "enough is enough." i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. the best parts of school was a field trip. you're about to meet some students, who recently spent their morning boating on the amazon and walking through the ruins of rome, among other places. and they did it all for free.. as part of a new google program.
< ((sots)) 8:18:05 oh gosh, 8:19:22 look inside the trees, 8:26:31 it's cool ((take vo)) the oooh's and aaahhhh's of students totally engrossed in their lessons ... music to any teacher's ear. sot)) 8:53:30 - :32 th possibilites of where this could take us are endless ((take vo))- courtesy: google chandler... to take a 3-d virtual fieldtrip to the amazon .... ((sot)) 8:22:29 ther's a cheetah ... where - where where ? ((sot)) 8:38:07 - :17 bryce tucker, 5th grade student you can just look really happened - i'm really looking at this .. and it really feels like you're there" ((take vo)) a google team bringing the technology here to the horizon community learning center... where some 600 kids will get to take a virtual trip to one of 5 destinations. ((sot)) 8:42:31 - :37 victoria schlarman, 6th grade student w3 29 c2.5 g 2 [[ out: runs=:02 it's cool that the teacher or administrator can pause it at any time.((take vo)) for a walk in the jungle architecture of ancient rome. ((sot)) 8:26:59 (teacher teaching) if you stand in the pantheon .... ((take vo)) but the say the grand canyon ...
classmates.... or other kids around the world ... with only an app and a smartphone. ((sot)) 8:55:50 - :01 sarah vallejos, horizon community learning center teacher w4 26 c2.5 g 0 [[ out: runs= the reaction i've gotten from students, has been amazing ... even though they're a person who plays video games - they're still amazed by this technology and what they're seeing. > right now.. the program is only available to schools. administrators just need to apply to google directly online. it was an interesting weekend for rapper kanye west. he announced he was releasing a new album, but then took it back, and said he had to delay it. it's one of three trending headlines we are following today. he also tweeted he's 53-million dollars in personal debt. he even asked facebook founder mark zuckerberg for some help.. asking him to invest 1-billion dollars in his ideas.
"deadpool" shattered records.. coming in at first place at the box office this weekend with 135-million dollars. "kung fu panda three" finished second with 'how to be single' rounding out the top-3. and star wars mania has finally downed down, but it may pick up again. disney just announced new cast members for episode eight. they are laura dern, benicio del toro and kelly marie tran. disney also announced filming on episode eight began today at london's pinewood studio. the movie does not have a name yet, but it's set to hit theaters in december 2017. for more stories trending right now...go to ktnv.com. we want to hear your thoughts. just sound off on any trending news by joining us on twitter. anchors adlib and toss to bryan
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. 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 wednesday evening into thursday morning.
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 friday, high temps will remain in the low to mid 70s, winds will be down to breezy and this weekend, you may want to consider driving out to death valley because this is what you'll see! the blossoms are in for a potential "super bloom." it's a rare event. normally, park officials say peak blooming periods are mid-february to mid- early, and then april to may, and may to
death valley is about a 2-hour drive from here. an oregon man, stranded for a week in the desert just north of reno, is alive. and he says, believe it or not, snow is what kept him alive! 69-year-old philip be-sanson is recovering at a hospital in california. police say he was driving to oregon, when the vehicle broke down near gerlach, nevada. that's 100-miles north of reno. be-sanson stayed in his truck, drinking melted snow and rationing what little food he had. a highway patrol tropper finally found him. a look at who's hiring this week. hundreds of jobs will be up for grabs tomorrow at the palms. jobertising.com is hosting a diversity career fair from 11am to 2pm. employers include wells fargo.. the clark county school district.. dotty's and affinity gaming. attendance is free.. and be sure to bring a good supply of resumes. up next in today's health report.. one man says he has a way to cut down on concussions. we'll explain his "shock absorbing technology" that he
up state money.. personnell and resources to battle the zika virus. the action includes all mosquito-borne illnesses.. not just zika. more than 250 cases of dengue fever have been reported since september. no one has contracted the virus in hawaii. a lot of people made their new year's resolution to exercise more. but by now, it's common for people to start slipping up. 13 action news has a tip to keep you going. here's abc's dr. timothy johnson with more. < looking fitter? feeling healthier. sounded good right around january first. but relying just on will power is only one way of holding fast
question: what's more likely to work: being paid to work out? or having to pay someone else if you don't? you may not like the answer. researchers at johns hopkins studied nearly three hundred obese people? to see which of the two strategies made them more likely to meet their daily exercise which of the two some received a cash reward when they met the goal. others had to pay a penalty... if they didn't. the penalty situation was significantly more motivating. it's just what behavioral economists have long claimed? people are most strongly motivated to avoid feelings of loss or regret. so when it comes to your exercise goals? consider asking a friend or loved one to hold you accountable? and come up with a penalty so it will cost you to be lazy. less carrot, more stick -- a bit of financial pain? might pay dividends for your health. with this medical minute, i'm dr. timothy johnson. > concussions are a big issue in
but one man says he has a way to protect players in all sports. it's called hitt p-g.. which stands for high impact transfer technology protective gear. it's a shock absorber made of silly putty. inventor dan krevsky says it can fit in any helmet and absorb up to 80- percent of the impact. "it will absorb and dissipate energy -- that's what this is and it's formed in for use in under inside a helmet." it retails for 99-dollars each. still ahead... a final look at your forecast! before we head to break.. a look at tonight's abc primetime lineup on channel 13. 8 -- the bachelor 10 -- castle 11 -- action news we'll be
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,
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. two men stabbed in an
early morning fight. it happened near lake mead and simmons. no word yet on if anyone was arrested.
update on their conditions. and the open spot in the supreme court is taking over the race for the white house. you'll remember president obama is hoping to fill antonin scalia's spot before the end of his term, but all six republican presidential candidates are strongly against that! scalia died unexpectedly in texas over the weekend. and the east coast continues to deal with severe weather. they had record-shattering cold over the weekend, and now they're expecting buckets of freezing rain and snow! the midwest is not in the clear either. coming up on action news.. live at 5... it's been nearly two months since a driver plowed into dozens of people on the las vegas strip... killing one and injuring 34 others. now we're hearing from the husband of the woman killed.. as he recalls the moments when he watched that tragedy unfold. that story and more on action news.. live at 5. 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
control of the forecast. breezy winds will also be back sunday and next monday. valentine's day weekend meant big business for wedding chapels here in town. and one celebrity helped make all those nuptials even more special! we're talking about none other than elvis! an impersonator from "legends in concert" officiated the ceremonies for 12 couples for free! it happened down at the linq promenade. he also sang the song for their first dance, and the couples got a champagne toast aboard the high roller. 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.
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>> announcer: this sports agent said all the right things. >> i was under the impression i was going to make about $5,000 a month from playing professional softball. >> announcer: but their arrangement was out of left field. >> judge judy: how much money did you give him? >> i gave him $1,300. >> judge judy: did mr. kraus do anything for you? >> not a single thing. >> but there's more to the story. >> judge judy: i am actually going to let you hang yourself all on your own. >> [ laughs ] >> judge judy: ta-da! >> annououer: "judge judy." you are about to enter the courtroom of judge judith sheindlin. the people are real. the cases are real. the rulings are final. captions paid for by cbs television distribution 23-year-old softball player olivia santos is suing sports advisor ray crouse for scamming her out of money. >> byrd: order! all rise! your honor, this is case number 390 on the calendar in the matter of santos vs. kraus.
you may be seated. sir, have a seat. >> judge judy: mr. crouse, what do you do for a living, sir? >> i'm a sports agent. i have a sports-management company. >> judge judy: and what's the name of the company? >> crouse sports management. >> judge judy: where is it located? >> oakland, california. >> judge judy: give me the address. >> manchester road, san leandro, california. >> judge judy: and is there any suite number? >> oh, i'm sorry. 324. >> judge judy: and that is leased in the name of crouse sports management? >> yes. >> judge judy: how long have you had the lease there, sir? >> four years. >> judge judy: and where do you live? >> i live in san mateo, california. >> judge judy: how many employees do you have? >> one -- just me. >> judge judy: when was the last time that crouse sports management filed tax returns? >> 2010. >> judge judy: and how much did you earn in 2010? >> it was $26,000. >> judge judy: what happened in 2011? >> 2011 -- i chose to go into another profession. i'm a sports agent, and i also played in the national football league, so i was taking my time to go back into scouting in the