tv Action News 330pm ABC October 24, 2016 3:30pm-4:01pm PDT
live at 3:30... candidates busy on the campaign trail but they are also looking ahead beyond the election day. southwest aleppo - hl plus...overseas -- the syrian army is making gains against rebel forces in southwestern aleppo. look outside where we're still seeing some rain across the valley. let's get to 13 first alert chief meteorologist bryan scofield who has your most accurate forecast. shower activity will become more scattered and gradually diminish through the rest of today, as the system pushes east of the area. high pressure will then build into the area and bring warmer temps to the area. expect highs in the low 80s tomorrow, then mid 80s on wednesday and thursday with partly cloudy skies each afternoon.
to affect the area on friday. the first system will bring push of cloud cover on friday, with slight chances for rain and breezy winds by the afternoon/evening. high temps will drop to the low 80s for friday and the weekend. saturday we will be between systems, but still have a shot at showers with the residual moisture. skies will also stay mostly cloudy over the weekend. by sunday, chances for rain drop and the wind will increase dropping to the mid 70s on monday and the winds will stay breezy that day. just brea just breaking now -- metro is asking for your help trying find possible victims of this man. they say 43 year old christopher rogers set up hidden cameras in a home he rented out and took pictures of the renters. he's facing five counts of
the house in question is located near warm springs and pecos. if you lived there or know someone who did-- call police. the clock is ticking. with just over two weeks until election day -- presidential challengers hillary clinton and donald trump are on the campaign trail. but they're also both prepping their teams for the future. dianne gallagher has this report from washington, dc. just 15 days before the united states picks its new president and voters in some battleground states are already hitting e hillary clinton roll out their version of the final stretch strategy. donald trump / -r- presidential candidate: i believe we're actually winning. but despite his claims, trump is down in national polls, party officials say he's not out sean spicer / chief strategist & communications director, rnc: i think we're in a dead heat, in some states we might be a little behind, but as mr. trump just pointed out, in ohio we're up, in iowa we're up. but trump did receive his first major newspaper endorsement from the conservative las vegas
hillary clinton / -d- presidential candidate: emphasizing the importance of electing democrats down the ballot. she's not the only one. president obama is cutting ads for house and senate democrats and endorsing 150 state legislative candidates. massachusetts: trump even attacked kelly ayotte and called her weak and kelly stuck with him. sources say clinton is reaching across the aisle, having private conversations with some republicans, as she turns her attention from trump to transition. though no one from her camp will talk about it on the record, just yet. hillary clinton / -d- presidential candidate: i a gallagher. clinton-vm president obama "we will elect hilary clinton to be the next president of the united states. we will show our kids that we
president obama makes a pitch to voters here in las vegas... five-thousand people were at cheyenne high school yesterday--- as he stumped for hillary clinton and u-s senate candidate catherine cortez masto. the president even used a little "sin city analogy" to encourage people to get out and vote. po-02mo pres. obama: "you've got an ace and you've got a jack. but you've got to make sure to turn over the card by voting. it's starting right now." president obama also donald trump and his treatment of women...and he called out congressman joe heck for supporting the gop nominee-- and then taking it back. .... search crews have suspended their search to find a missing 21-year-old hiker in portland oregon...
authorities believe she got lost or injured on a hike in the area... her last snapchat from sunday shows her hiking... her roommate says it's not unusual for her to go hiking alone...but she didn't bring any gear this time. her family isn't giving up hope... 1:10-1:16 we haven't given up we just feel strongly that she's alive and we just gotta go get her. k-9 teams, drones and volunteers worked yesterday to find anna. crew they find any credbile leads on her location. three women are dead -- killed in a hit-and-run crash while they were riding in an "uber" in milwaukee. police say the uber vehicle was struck by a lexus whose driver took off after the crash. there's no word on the condition of the uber driver. two of his female passengers were killed at the scene, while the third one died in the hospital. v new video tonight of the italian coast guard rescuing nearly 100 migrants off the country's coast.
migrants were pakistani and one was sri lankan. among the 95...21 were minors. the migrants were trying to cross the mediterranean sea from libya to italy more than 323-thousand migrants and refugees have landed on the southern european coast since the beginning of this year. new at 3 -- the syrian army is making gains against rebel forces in southwestern aleppo. the army says they have retaken parts of the military col syria's state-run news agency also reports heavy losses against the rebels, this comes one day after the end of the brief ceasefire that lasted several days. right now-- more than a dozen people are recovering after a 20-car pileup on a highway in arizona. you can see the huge backup on the i-17 north of phoenix. highway patrol says a cattle truck was unable to stop... and ended up side-swiping or rear-ending 24 different
serious injuries. 17 people total were injured. new at 3 -- peta is working to put up this memorial for pigs killed in a crash along the 15 in arizona. officials say a semi carrying pigs crashed last week and the driver reportedly left bloodied, twitching pigs dead and dying along the roadway, . the memorial would read -- : "in memory of the pigs who suffered and died at this spot. october 2016. try vegan." furious with her child's school-- after an adult is caught on camera hitting her 7 year old... and no one said anything to her! the mom says the little boy came home that day and told her he was attacked by the parent of one of his classmates. that's when she requested to see the security footage. watch the man walking down the hallway when he leans to the left and hits a little boy... you see the boy fall to the
wednesday and then somebody punched me in my stomach." (butted with) (reporter question) "how bad did it hurt? john mclean/victim "real bad, it made my stomach real painful." the school sent a letter out to parents two days later... saying they are working with police to ensure students and staff are safe at school. the mother argues the school should have notified her when it happened. a family dog in pennsylvania is being credited with savig broke out in their home. neighbors say early sunday morning they head the dog barking really loudly and it woke them up. "when i looked out the window you could see the flames, the whole first floor was engulfed," they immediately called 9-1-1. firefighters found the dog on top of his owner... who was unconcious. the woman was rushed to the hospital in critical condition. but neighbors say the animal prevented the woman from being burned even more.
because i've always heard stories of where animals would help save their owners. i've never lived one, now i've lived one. i've seen it with my own eyes, that's a beautiful thing you know," the dog is now recovering at an animal hospital, where he's being treated for smoke inhalation. halloween is just around the corner -- but this year your kids may want a different costume... a new survey just released shows a big change in which costumes your kids may actually want! we'll tell you what those are -- next. plus -- a dramatic police officer chasing a suspect who is shooting at his car in california...but the officer isn't along in the car.
you spend a lot of
time opening doors for these little guys. special interests and the billionaire koch brothers. they spent millions supporting heck, and heck supports their agenda -- special tax breaks even for corporations shipping jobs overseas. worse, heck pays for them by cutting education and raising taxes on us. congressman heck is what's wrong with washington. dscc is responsible
goodbye. this halloween kids are trading in their crowns for capes. -nats- "i've saved this city again. it was off the chain." it's the first time in 11 years princesses haven't reigned over the top costume spot according to a survey by the national retail federation. rounding out the top five: animals. a character from batman or star wars. but kids aren't the only ones planning on dressing up. expect to see millennials looking like someone in the batman universe. -nats- "uh oh." you can thank -nats- "we're bad guys, it's what we do." the witch puts a spell on adults over 35. -nats- "give him fur, black as black. just like this." most who celebrate halloween 67 percent plan on buying their outfit. and it probably won't come cheap. in total this year americans are expected to spend 3.1 billion dollars to get their costume just right. happy haunting. -nats- "got something better to do?" for consumer watch i'm mary moloney.
shower activity will become more scattered and gradually diminish through the rest of today, as the system pushes east of the area. high pressure will then build into the area and bring warmer temps to the area. expect highs in the low 80s tomorrow, then mid 80s on wednesday and thursday with partly cloudy skies each afternoon. a s to affect the area on friday. the first system will bring push of cloud cover on friday, with slight chances for rain and breezy winds by the afternoon/evening. high temps will drop to the low 80s for friday and the weekend. saturday we will be between systems, but still have a shot at showers with the residual moisture.
cloudy over the weekend. by sunday, chances for rain drop and the wind will increase ahead of the next system, which will roll through sunday night through monday morning. at this point it looks like gusts to about 35- 40mph on sunday. next system, which will roll through sunday night through monday morning. at this point it looks like gusts to about 35- 40mph on sunday. this system will bring a bigger cool-down with high temps dropping to the mid 70s on monday and the winds will stay
more ads from joe heck's billionaires. they're complete garbage. crime dropped over 20% while catherine cortez masto was attorney general. that's why it's cortez masto who's been endorsed by law enforcement, not joe heck. and her crackdown on domestic violence and human trafficking earned the praise of governor sandoval. don't believe joe heck's trash. catherine cortez masto's kept nevada safe. i'm catherine cortez masto
now to that terrifying ride- along. a woman in the passenger seat of a patrol car - when a traffic stop turned into a high-speed chase and shootout. the suspects escaping - and the whole thing captured on police dash cam. abc's gio benitez explains how it all went down. you're watching dash cam video from a madera, california police cruiser.. it's 4:34 am.. dashcam video :11 police officer: white mazda on mainberry, north of howard the officer has a civilian guest in trying to pull over this silver within seconds the officer realizes the mazda's driver, isn't planning on pulling over.. dashcam video :28 officer: i'm going to be in a pursuit, failure to yield sirens on nat pop dashcam video :46 the officer- and that ride along civilian- are in full pursuit.. . listen as the young woman in the car takes in what's happening.. dashcam video :58 passenger: he has a gun! no, no, no, no, no. officer: shots fired and just look, right after the turn ? you can see the gunfire? [freeze frame + zoom in on
pop pop pop pop a dozen shots from the passenger side... dashcam video 1:12 officer: shots fired? you can hear the woman's cries and plea to stop the chase... dashcam video 1:16 passenger: no, don't follow him dashcam [nat pop crying] the suspects taking off, abandoning the mazda.. the police department posting photos of the aftermath?[police tape transition] the patrol car's windows, shattered.. and this is the gun police say was found in the mazda? incredibly, both the officer and civilian surviving...the madera police department - like so other departments across the police work.. nat pop video for at least one woman, that's a lesson that dashcam video pop pop pop pop pop gio benitez reporting for us. we'll be back with a look at today's top stories and a final check of your forecast! and.. before we head to break.. a look at tonight's abc primetime lineup. and a live look outside where
valley. bryan has the timing -- up next. you spend a lot of time opening doors for these little guys. opens them for these guys -- special interests and the billionaire koch brothers. they spent millions supporting heck, and heck supports their agenda -- special tax breaks even for corporations shipping jobs overseas. worse, heck pays for them by cutting education and raising taxes on us. congressman heck is what's wrong with washington. dscc is responsible
putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. defunded. and congressman hardy said he supported trump 100%. like trump, hardy opposed legislation to ensure equal pay. and hardy fought to defund planned parenthood, just like trump. ruben kihuen respects women. kihuen fought for equal pay for equal work. and ruben kihuen will protect our right to make our own health decisions.
all lanes of
eye-15 at the spaghetti bowl are back open after a jack-knifed semi halted traffic for hours earlier today, chopper 13 fast and first to the scene... this made for a nightmare on the morning commute. the backup stretched for miles on both north and southbound lanes. but again -- all lanes of the vo at the same time.... crews were working to clear the semi crash... an 80 year old died--- when his pickup hit a truck parked on the shoulder of the southbounds lanes at i-15 and the 95. police believe the driver suffered some type of medical episode. v also new at 3 -- jared fogle's ex-wife is suing subway claiming they knew about her husband's quote -- "depravities" and failed to act. her attorney says subway knew
promotional event for a las vegas subway franchise for a sex act. coming up on 13 action news.. live at 5... a local man says there are some unwanted pests in his apartment... and his landlords aren't doing anything to help. it's a story you asked us to investigate. and reserchers say they may have found the reason women get hot flashes once they hit menopause... those stories and more on 13 action news.. live at 5. then later.. all new on 13 action news live as we get closer to the holidays... we're starting to see more and more package thefts. tonight... hear from a homeowner as he watches his package walk away on surveillance camera. that does it for 13 action news live at 3:30.. but stay with us for judge judy
>> he got mad
because i didn't sleep in the bed with him. >> announcer: a sleepless night... >> judge judy: why didn't you just go back to your grandmother? >> it was 2:30 in the morning. >> announcer: ...turns into a vicious fight. >> he tossed me two or three times onto his bed, and then i blacked out, and i threw my little fish tanks. >> what she also failed to mention is that she went outside and threw a cinder block through my car windshield. that's why the police came. >> judge judy: well, what do you want from him?
you are about to enter the courtroom of judge judith sheindlin. the people are real. the cases are real. the people are real. the cases are real. the rulings are final. captions paid for by cbs television distribution 22-year-old nadia clay is suing her ex-boyfriend, george bosco, for the return of a phone and a router, as well as for assault and harassment. >> byrd: order! all rise! your honor, this is case number 597 on the calendar in the matter of clay vs. bosco. >> judge judy: thank you. >> byrd: you're welcome, judge. parties have been sworn in. you may be seated. folks, have a seat. >> judge judy: i have a claim and a counterclaim. they both involve an incident that allegedly took place sometime in november of 2012, when you, miss clay, and you, mr. bosco, were living together. >> yes. >> judge judy: how long did you knowh other before you moved in together? >> for four months. >> judge judy: think that's long enough? >> no. >> judge judy: no. think that's long enough? >> no, not really. >> judge judy: did you move in