tv Action News 330pm ABC February 17, 2016 3:30pm-4:00pm PST
friday. happening right now.. investigators are working to find out who's responsible for dumping bags containing animal remails along the side of a road. officers found the bags near lake mead and lamb yesterday. metro says two bags appeared to have dead cats inside. a third bag contained a larger animal. metro is looking into how the animals died. investigators hope that information will lead them to whoever did it. right now, police are trying to track down these two men..they say may be connected to an armed robbery at a tavern. last month, investigators say a man in a mask walked into the business near eastern and flamino, and held them up at gunpoint. the two people in these pictures were in the bar before the robbery, and held the door open for the suspect. if you recognize them call crime stoppers. a man has been sentenced to 13- years in prison for taking part in a drug trafficking scheme. billy cooks pleaded guilty to plotting with his girlfriend.. e'lala frank.. to possess and distribute
the u-s attorney's office says postal inspectors in alaska intercepted a suspicious package in january of 2014.. sent by cooks from las vegas. it contained nearly 450 grams of meth. sentencing has been postponed for the man who pleaded guilty to killing a little girl and her grandmother when he plowed through a bus stop. police say 20 year old leonardo ruesga was on drugs at the ruesga will be back in court next week. he faces 12 to 40 years in prison. an action news update... on the search for one of a dead teen's prized possessions. the family of sincere manuel says they've stopped their search, now that it's back in their hands. you may remember it was in his sister's stolen car. and yesetay, police told the family officers found the car in a parking lnt era arville and charleston. a wallet and new pair of shoes were missing, but sincere's helmet was inside. sincere passed away on saturday
his family is heading to arizona for his funeral tomorrow. another update now on a package thief who ruined a local couple's valentine's day. the car used in that theft and the thief have been found. and it all happened because of a 13 action news viewer like one of you! 19:19:34 jeffrey wayne "think karma's going to get him back as much as anything else and there's no reason for me to go over and talk to someone who stole my vehicle." jeffrey wayne is the owner of that car, which was stolen days before. he recognized his car in our newscasts. and then a viewer spotted the car at a gas station yesterday. our cameras were rolling when the suspect was arrested. "i didn't take the car. you didn't take the car? no, could you please get away from? who stole the car if you didn't take the car? i don't know, could you please get away from me?" coming up at 6, 13 action news reporter michael burton will have much more on this story. a motorcycle rider is in stable condition after a crash on durango near alto. the rider was rushed to the hospital after being thrown
the other driver is cooperating with police. no word yet on who may have been at fault. and.. a child is recovering after being hit by a car. chopper 13.. fast and first over the scene near iron mountain road and torrey pines. we don't know how bad the child was hurt. this accident is also under investigation. now to the battle over the supreme court-- president obama is not backing down in nominating a replacement for antonin scalia. mister obama says the supreme court is no place for political games and says he doesn't know who he'll pick. obama i intend to do my job between now and january 20th of 2017. i expect them to do their job as well. but at the same front, the republicans are vowing to block all his plans. rubio it is not fair for a president to appoint in their last year in office to appoint someone to a lifetime position. meantime, the powerful chairman of the senate judiciary committee says he hasn't ruled out public hearings or a vote.
lie in repose in a public viewing in the great hall of that chair now cloaked in black. breaking news on the race for the white house-- ted cruz has come in first forthe first time, in a new national poll. it found cruz has 28-percent of republicans' support, with trump close behind with 26-percent. rounding out the top three is florida senator marco rubio, with 17-percent. the republicans are battling ahead of the south carolina primary, on saturday. huge crowds were on hand to catch a glimpse of pope francis as he wraps up his historic visit to mexico. here's a live look at juarez, mexico right now! earlier today.. the pontiff met with inmates in juarez at one of the most violent prisons in latin america. he then held a mass on the u-s- mexican border where he talked about immigration. "i feel like im jumping out of my skin im so excited about it" (butted with) "just having a pope here is like a gift from god?" he also offered a special
the other side in el paso, texas. thousands of followers gathered in a stadium to watch a simulcast on a big-screen.. highlighting the message of unity. a lot of people loved beyonce's halftime performance during the superbowl.. but one sheriff in tenessee isn't a fan. he's blaming the singer on more violence against those in the ranks of law enforcement. and it's a real-life "catch me if you can" story. a teen is now behind bars, accused of seeing patients without a medical license! what the so-called "dr. love" is saying about. a high wind warning is in effect for the spring mountains the woman behind the monster-viral hit "crush on obama" is back..
one of the areas that i've been particularly interested in is the area of children. all of us have a responsibility, to ourselves, to our children, to each other. 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. our children's future is shaped both by the values of their parents and the policies of their nation. it's time to protect the next generation, fill the lives of our children with possibility and hope, open up the doors so that every child has a chance to live up to his or her god-given potential. i've spent my life fighting for children, families and our country,
i've watched as the house across the street has sat empty for over six years. i've watched good friends have their homes foreclosed on. people are still really suffering, and they're looking for somebody
that is going to create bold change. wall street gave bad advice and bad loans over and over again, and nothing happened. people are so excited about bernie sanders because they know that he's not beholden to wall street. we need someone like bernie sanders that's going to fight for the middle class. we have to fix things now. sanders: i'm bernie sanders,
she's feeling the 'bern.' it's one of several trending headlines we are following today. nats of song viral star leah kauffman just dropped a new musical ode to the democratic candidate. it's called "bernie bae". the song is about the excitement surrounding sanders' campaign. a germany short-haired pointer is this year's "best in show." c-j took home the top bone last night at the 140th annual westminister dog show, held in madison square garden . c-j is the third german short-haired pointer to win "best in show." he beat out 3-thousand other dogs. his handler calls him "the
be a show dog. a 5-year old girl talking about with her mom about her relationship troubles is going viral. she's telling her mom she's trying to figure out how to let him down easy. "i think i'm too young to have a boyfriend." (butted with) "i don't want to break his heart." boy, she's already a little- heart breaker! for more stories trending right now...go to ktnv.com. we want to hear your thoughts. join us on twitter. our handle is @ktnv use #nowtrending. anchors adlib and toss to bryan a high wind warning is in effect for the spring mountains including red rock spring mountains including red rock canyon through 4pm thursday and a wind advisory is
of clark county excluding lake mead and the colorado river valley. expect gusts to excluding lake mead and the colorado river valley. expect gusts to 50mph through the las vegas valley with gusts in excess of 70mph possible in the spring mountains and red rock canyon area. there is a slight chance for some rain showers but it's very slight and the vast majority of the rain will stay in the mountains surrounding the valley. at best some areas of summerlin and centennial hills could see some most of the valley will stay completely dry. temperatures overnight will be held warm by the gusty winds and will stay in the mid and upper 50s for the valley which will allow for a nice recovery coming on
highs will be cooler than wednesday's but we'll still reach into the l 70s before warming again into the mid 70s by the weekend as the winds die down. the weekend will be dominated by dry weather with some high level clouds decorating the blue skies. a big announcement from wynn las vegas!!! plans are underway for a new retail complex, called wynn plaza. it'll cover more than 75-thousand sqaure feet, and its design will be influenced by european elements. no word yet on which stores are set to open there. it's set to debut fall 20-17. an 18-year old faced a judge
florida.. accused of practicing medicine without a license. malachi love robinson called himself "doctor love." police say he fooled his victims with an elaborate website.. complete with a glowing bio. early last month.. he even held a grand opening for a medical clinic. that's when an undercover police officer went in.. posing as a patient. when he started giving her a physical exam.. she put him in handcuffs. reporter: "how do you feel, all the people who believed in you and thought you knew what you were talking about." he says, "i'm hurt because of all of these allegations but this is not the first time i have been accused and i will pursue this." "doctor love" was detained by police a year ago after a gynecologist found him in an exam room. he's now being held on 3-thousand dollar bond. we all remember george zimmerman, he's the florida man acquitted in the shooting death of travyon martin. and today, his girlfriend is coming forward on how zimmerman also ruined her life, but in a very different way. heather met zimmerman last may, and she says the relationship
"just listening to him and i just felt like - this isn't the monster that everybody made just to meet him. he's very soft spoken that he's not what you thought you would meet. they broke up 6-months later. and that's when things took an ugly turn. heather says zimmerman tweeted intimate photos of her online, without her permission..to his 16-thousands photos! and i immediately called him, begging him to take it down. and he wouldn't. (butted with) i never thought that he would post all this out there. but it wasn't just the images, it was also her name and phone number. twitter suspended twitter suspended zimmerman's account. she's now working to get the images removed from the internet. an action news update now on bill cosby's sex-assault case in pennsylvania. the trial is moving moving forward, after a judge refused
proceedings. a woman in philadelphia is accusing the comedian of assaulting her back in 2004. the defense insists cosby had a promise from a previous district attorney he would never be charged for the encounter. but a judge says he couldn't find any evidence of that agreement. if convicted, cosby could get 10- years in prison. 7:12 okay ladies, now let's get in formation 7:16 we all remember beyonce's super bowl half time show. but while many praised the performance.. some now say it's leading to an increase in attacks on our nation's police officers. 01;03;56;23 in the line of duty, there's been shootings for officers ever since this superbowl thing happened 01;04;00;28 (butted with) we've lost 5-7 officers in just about a week arnold says someone even shot at his home, while he and his wife were inside. he says her performance channeled the message of the black panther movement.. but not everyone is buying that. sergeant danny hale with the nashville chapter of the fraternal order of police do i
more and more women nowadays are waiting to have kids. but now a new clue could have some women thinking twice. with more, here's
abc doctor timothy johnson. < career? higher education? even finding the right mate. all reasons that a woman might wait to have children. and, statistics show, more and more women are putting off this but today, new research? suggests that women waiting until their 40s could be increasing their risk for a specific health issue.
of minnesota looked at more than 70,000 women ? finding that those who waited until 40 or later to get pregnant for the first time had a 60 percent increase in the risk of a brain bleed. the researchers ? also found hints of an increase in heart disease and nonbleeding strokes? though this correlation was weaker and may be due to chance. fortunately, the overall risk of brain bleeds is low? and more research is needed before we can say for sure that waiting to have a baby and having this health issue are directly related. for now, the best thing that a woman can do is to talk with her doctor about all of the considerations that go along with pregnancy? and then decide for herself if waiting is the best thing. with this medical minute, i'm dr. timothy johnson > migraines can take their toll as soon as they start.. but there are ways to as they start.. but some doctors suggest you try something like indoor
impact. exercise in general is helpful because neurotransmitters get going in your brain.. which can decrease pain levels. if you think you're being healthier by skipping soda and grabbing a coffee.. you may want to think again. a new study found some flavored coffee drinks have more sugar than soda. the group 'action on sugar' analyzed more than 130-hot drinks from coffee shops in the u-k.. and found some contained up to 25-teaspoons of sugar. that's 3-times more sugar than one can of soda.. and more than three times the maximum adult daily intake recommended by the american heart association. 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 -- the middle 8:30 -- the goldbergs 9 -- modern family 9:30 -- black-ish 10 -- american crime 11 -- action news we'll be right back.
for her "experience, leadership, tenacity," the las vegas sun endorses hillary clinton. just like planned parenthood action fund endorses clinton for her fortitude keeping government out of women's personal healthcare decisions. and the league of conservation voters action fund... for her bold plan to attack climate change. or the human rights campaign... because
hillary believes only love should decide which two people can marry. not just a progressive. a progressive who gets results. i'm hillary clinton,
some good news on metro's k-9 stabbed on duty. nicky is recovering well and should be back to work in about 3-weeks! you'll remember he was stabbed in the head with a
machete during a standoff last friday. an elderly woman tied up in her own home, as robbers ransacked it! it all happened in sun city anthem. henderson police say the suspects got away with cash and jewelry. the 72-year-old woman has minor injuries. hear from her neighbors from 13 action news reporter david schuman, coming up at 5. a man is in stable condition after being shot during a parking lot robbery. it happened near cimarron and blue diamond. police are still looking for the shooter. in just about 2 hours, essence las vegas west is holding its grand opening. it's from from 6 to 8 tonight. they're located on tropicana near lindell. we'll take you inside the shop on later editions of 13 action news. temperatures overnight will be held warm by the gusty winds and will stay in the mid and upper 50s for the valley which will allow for a nice recovery warming again into the mid 70s by the weekend as the winds die down.
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. sanders: i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. >> this is my cousin -- my favorite cousin.
>> announcer: blood may be thicker than water. >> we were just over there drinking. >> announcer: but not when it comes to liquor. >> it was probably around 2:00 a.m. >> i was arguing with her not to take her children because she had been drinking. >> i go to her room to try to get my kids. she's like, "no, you're not taking your kids. you're drunk."
they're my kids." with you? >> i got in her face. she went to slap me. >> and
she pulled a chunk of my hair out. >> announcer: "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 marisela "mari" zamora is suing her cousin pauline bertrand for keying her truck after a drunken scuffle. pauline is countersuing for an assault. >> byrd: order! all rise. your honor, this is case number 330 on the calendar in the matter of zamora vs. bertrand. >> judge judy: thank you. >> byrd: you're welcome, judge. parties have been sworn in. you may be seated. ma'am, have a seat, please. >> judge judy: ms. zamora, you claim that the defendant, who's your cousin, keyed your car and damaged it. the defendant denies she keyed your car, and she's got a counterclaim for pulling out her hair. i have to tell you,
distressed when i read the complaint and even your answer. you clearly had a problem with your husband, and according to the plaintiff, you called her and asked if you could come over to her house with your two children. is that right? >> yes. >> judge judy: and the problem with your husband had to do with another man. >> yeah. >> judge judy: yeah. and you came over to your cousin's house with your two children and the other man. is that right? >> yes. >> judge judy: what time did you get to your cousin's house? >> around 10:30-ish. >> judge judy: at night? >> yes. >> judge judy: who was at her house? >> mattie, jackie, her daughter. >> judge judy: who are those people? >> those are my cousins. and then my nephew came up and then -- >> judge judy: was there a party going on, or was it just -- >> we were just over there drinking. >> judge judy: who was drinking? >> all of us. >> judge judy: were you and your boyfriend drinking before you came to your cousin's house? >> no. >> judge judy: okay. now, when you had a fight with your husband and called and said, "i want to come over," did you pick up your boyfriend on the way over? >> no, he was there already at my house already. >> judge judy: and where was your husband?