tv Action News 330pm ABC November 10, 2016 3:30pm-4:00pm PST
begun in washington. but just who is donald trump considering to fill out his cabinet? plus... the latest on the investigation into the deadly ambush of two police officers in pennsylvania. what we're now learning about the suspect. shooting but first... a desperate search underway for a gunman here in the valley -- after a shooting leaves a man fighting for his life. only on 13 action news... a family is heartbroken after the shooting. 13 action news reporter parker collins has the tearful interview.
park was closed for an investigation take vo at 21:02:05 police say a man was shot and that shooter took off they're saying some sort of fight happened between these two men but the victim was shot twice and taken to the hospital i spoke with the victim's sister she is devastated. take sot virginia roman, victim's sister 18:42:15-18:42:22 "he's such a good- hearted person he has three kids two little ones. they need him." 21:02:24-21:02:34 the victim's family is telling me all they want is for him to get out of surgery and to make it and to be okay near nellis and owens a hostage situation leads to a standoff at the siegel suites near m-l-k and the 95. for hours throught the night our cameras saw officers surround the area. we're told a woman was being held against her will. we saw at least one person taken into custody. right now -- some breaking news. anti-trump protesters are gathering in los angeles, california. the small group is blocking the i-10 freeway east -- as the voice their displeasure with
new developments this afternoon -- on a disturbing case of an alleged south carolina serial killer. investigators now know the identities of two bodies found on todd kohlhepp's property in rural south carolina. they are 25-year-old meagan coxie and 29-year-old johnny coxie. the couple had a history of panhandling and had been the coronor says preliminary tests suggest they were shot. in all -- three bodies have been found on kohlheep's property -- along with one woman who was chained up in a shipping container -- screaming for help. nearly two months after he was arrested for planting bombs in new york and new jersey -- ahmad khan rahami appeared in court for the first time today. one of the bombs injured more than 30 people. he faces a number of terrorism
he was also charged witht the attempted murder of a police officer. police say several unexploded devices were found in manhatten and new jersey. a pennsylvania community in mourning this afternoon -- after two officers are shot. one of them killed in a deadly ambush. a-b-c's marci gonzalez has the latest on the investigation. "shots fired. shots fired." those gunshots -aimed at officers ---as they responded to a domestic call- at a home near "he fired on them as they arrived, and that's all i can say. what his mindset was, i don't know but i think that speaks for itself." one officer killed- another injured? nats "officer on the ground. i can't get to him." the spray of bullets- relentless?as backup arrived.. nats "on the ground. he's still moving. i can't get to him because i'm still being shot at." officers- finally made their way in, finding the bodies of a woman?and a man, investigators
completed that background information yet, but he was known to our officers." canonsburg police now trying to figure out the motivation behind what they call an ambush? as they mourn their colleague - officer scott bashioum?a beloved 7 year veteran of the force. sot presser: "he was a loving husband a loving father, he was always willing to do whatever he had to do//just one of those guys that always was there for you whenever you needed anything." marci gonzalez standup close: "the other officer injured - is still hospitalized. we're told he's now out of frightening moments in downtown seattle -- after several people were shot outside a 7-eleven. police say there was some type of argument that took place among a crowd. that's when a man walked away before firing into the crowd and hitting five people. the manager at 7-eleven who was working at the time of the shooting -- says she heard a string of gunshots. "crying..how do you describe that? just multiple people down and a lot of blood."
are in critical condition. three others are listed as serious. the suspect is still on the run. nats of protesters protests continuing across the country this afternoon. thousands of high school students in san francisco -- marching out of class to city hall in protest of donald trump and his election night victory. meanwhile -- authorities are working to protect the outside of the new trump hotel in washington d-c...crews spent the day washing off grafitti and installing these barriers. and in new york the f-a-a implementing a no fly zone within 2 miles of trump tower that will be in place until after inauguration day. donald trump won't be inaugurated as the 45-th president of the united states until january. but we're already getting a glimpse of what a trump administration could look like.
for key positions and how you could even get a job for yourself. --todd looklive cam=-- the transition to a trump administration has already begun.. including creating "great again . gov." we've been checking it out. it outlines many of the same policies we heard on the campaign trail that will take front and center in a trump information about the 4-thousand or so presidential appointment jobs up for grabs.. some of them require senate confirmation.. others are white house staff jobs.. which don't need confirmation.. online.. --vo-- new jersey governor chris christie is heading up the transition team.. there is talk he may be in the running for a cabinet position as well. there are plenty of other names floating around for big positions.. g-o-p chairman reince prebus for chief of staff? newt gingrich for secretary of state? --todd look live-- it will all start taking place.. and coming together quickly.. so if you want in on one of those jobs..
some other names already out there for possible cabinet positions... former new york mayor and trump campaign adviser rudy giuliani. and former presidential candidate -- doctor ben carson. an idaho mother under fire this afternoon... after feeding one of her children a marijuana laced smoothie. why she's now defending her actions. plus... there's a new alternative to detention in schools. and it involves more peace than punishment. we'll show you how it works - we are still holding to a dry and sunny trend which allows for high temperatures to remain 5 to 10 degrees above normal for this time of the year. high pressure continues to hang onto the southwest allowing for highs to remain between 75 and 80 degrees valley wide along with a light wind out of the east/northeast. and -- don't forget to download the all new 13 action news app. featuring live streaming, video on demand and incredible weather radar. it's free in the app store and
take a look at your screen. that's the mayor of miami shores -- alice burch -- being knocked to the ground. police say she was approached by several men with what looks like a gun. they take her purse -- but she chased after them. it was dangerous but i had the sense that he was a very young person..and that he wasn't expecting to be chased...and if i hadn't chased...after..i would not have been ab the tag on the car. turns out one of the suspects was armed with a b-b gun. police took three people in custody -- but one person is still on the run. a mother is facing criminal charges this afternoon -- after giving her 3-year-old daughter marijuana. now the mom is standing by her decision -- saying she did what she thought was right -- and is even advocating for medicinal marijuana reform. osborne: "it tore me apart.
did." kelsey osborne says last month her daughter was suffering from seizures and hallucinations after taking a prescription medication. osborne made her a smoothie with marijuana butter to help with her symptoms. osborne's daughter did not have a prescription for the marijuana butter. she has since been charged with a misdemeanor count of injury to a child. a tennessee he bargained for when he tried to show his kids the tail of a rattlesnake. they were hiking when they came across the snake. kyle watson says to protect other hikers -- he killed it with a kayak paddle -- which cut off the head. his kids wanted to see the snake's body -- but when he went to pick it up -- the detached head bit him. things quickly going from bad to worse. --kyle watson / bitten by snake head: "it took about 10 seconds for the burning sensation to
unconscious, fell there on the trail and hit the back of my head on a rock."-- fortunately -- rescuers were able to reach watson in time. he was airlifted to a hospital to begin anti-venom treatments. let's go to 13 first alert chief meteorologist bryan scofield. bryan. we are still holding to a dry and sunny trend which allows for high tempe 5 to 10 degrees above normal for this time of the year. high pressure continues to hang onto the southwest allowing for highs to remain between 75 and 80 degrees valley wide along with
out of the east/northeast. we will slowly see high pressure transition out of the west and weaken throughout southern nevada through the mostly sunny to partly sunny skies and high in the mid 70s through the weekend. by the next work week though, things start to feel more like fall! next wednesday is beginning to shape up to feel like fall.
looks to pull moisture, clouds and wind. it will also carry cold air from the pacific northwest. rain chances are holding off for the valley and spring mountain range for now but clouds look to develop along with with gusts around 30 mph. but temperatures will drop dramatically! expect to whip out the sweaters; we are heading back into the upper 60s!
protesters are now gathering in downtown baltimore, maryland. protesters say they will not support the president-elect -- no matter the results. they are planning to take their peaceful march through the city. a school in baltimo a different approach to dealing with disciplinary problems from students. detention has been replaced with meditation. a-b-c's maggie rulli takes a look at how teaching students to relax could be an important life lesson. the chaos of early morning ? ? silenced by mandatory meditation. along with writing, reading and math? here at coleman elementary in inner city
with mindfulness classes woven into their every day. and if a student acts up they're not sent to the principal's office? they're sent here -- to this mindful moment room.... where they're given a chance to recenter. [2-shot] (maggie) "what do you think about when you're meditating? (14:54:28 artavia tubman, student) i think happy thoughts. (maggie) what are your happy thoughts? (tubman) to make baltimore a safe place for the kids and other people because baltimore?is kinda like ? like a gang place where people keep killing people but it doesn't need t it, it, the place just needs to be safe? // something that worries you? (tubman) my father he got shot when i was 4 // i saw him before he got shot?he got shot when he was going to the movies by baltimore about 15 years ago with two local brothers. (15:33:29 andy gonzalez) "a lot of overwhelming external stimuli and trauma that these and to make them healthier mentally physically and emotionally i think it just
a combination of movement exercises, breathing, and mindfullness ? he says the kids behavior slowly changes. (tayamisha vonhendricks/1st grade teacher 15:59:45) "95% of my class who goes out for the mindful room they come back and they'll be at peace and at work." the goal is that they'll not only be at peace for the rest of the day, but hopefully... for the rest of their life. (15:43:51 gonzales) "take 5 take 2 minutes your of your day take a minute? just stop and be." tag out: the holistic life foundation says they want to expand the success they've had here in baltimore to schools across the country. tapping in to mindful mediation as well? using it to help soldiers returning from war, over stressed executives, and everyday families at home. maggie rulli abc news, baltimore. in today's healthy living... we all know vitamin d is important to staying healthy. but could it actually help you survive breast cancer? we'll have the results of a new study -- coming up.
it could improve the prognosis for breast cancer patients. with more -- here's abc's doctor timothy johnson. vitamin d - your body makes it when you're in the sunshine, or you get it from food, or from researchers from new york looked at a group of women with breast cancer to find the answer. each woman had the vitamin d level in the diagnosis. they were followed throughout the course of their disease, no matter what type of stage of cancer they had. the study found that higher levels of vitamin d went hand in hand with a better prognosis. in premenopausal women, they also had better odds of living without a recurrence of cancer - and better odds of living, period. so if you have breast cancer, your oncologist may want to get your vitamin d to lower your risk. from food, from vitamin d
of course, they'll also tell you - wear some sunscreen, too. with this medical minute, i'm dr. timothy johnson. 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. at 8 -- grey's anatomy at 9 -- notorious at 10 -- how to
the las vegas f-b-i says your wallet is at risk. we'll tell you about the danger targeting your credit card... as you going shopping... for the up coming holiday season. that story and more on 13 action news.. live at 5. then later.. all new on 13 action news live car burglaries on the rise in one area of the valley... but it's not your stereo or car parts they're after. what burglars are targeting and how you can protect yourself, tonight at six. we are still holding to a dry and sunny trend which allows for high temperatures to remain 5 to 10 degrees above normal for this time of the year. high pressure continues to hang onto the southwest allowing for highs to remain between 75 and 80 degrees valley wide along west and weaken throughout southern nevada through the by the next work week though,
>> judge judy: what kind of work do you do? >> i'm a tattoo artist. >> announcer: he makes a decent living. >> judge judy: if you do a tattoo and somebody doesn't pay you, do you like that? >> announcer: but their landlord can't live without rent. >> judge judy: april, you didn't pay. may, you didn't pay. june...you didn't pay. she doesn't like it when somebody takes her property and doesn't pay for it. >> there were very dreadful living conditions. >> judge judy: move! move!
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 jenny hernandez and boyfriend juan avendano are suing their landlord diana gallarzo for turning off their electricity and for false accusations of assault. >> byrd: order! all rise! this is case number 109 on the calendar in the matter of hernandez/avendano vs. gallarzo. >> judge judy: thank you. >> byrd: you're welcome, judge. parties have been sworn in. you may be seated. ladies, have a seat, please. >> judge judy: miss hernandez, how long have you and mr. avendano been together? >> we started dating back in 2010, but i've known him for about five or six years. >> judge judy: how long have you been living together? >> about three years. >> judge judy: when did you move into the defendant's rental property? >> in august of 2012. >> judge judy: how much was the