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protests another night of flash bangs and police in riot gear.... but is there an end in sight. and major protests is expected here in las vegas tonight... it all was organized on social media. what metro has to say about it. plus-- a teenager accused of vandalism, and then posting it on facebook. this morning-- opening up for the first time. good morning las vegas! i'm ... and i'm 13 first alert meteorologist dan bronis ((ad-lib)) these highs well above normal will subside and we will just fall into the above normal category for the weekend.
on saturday compared to friday. we expect to top out at 76 to start the weekend and increase that number to 77 on sunday. a few overhead clouds are likely through the day saturday, more sun on sunday. overnight lows will drop into the mid 50s each morning which is still warmer than where they should be. to start o will approach 80 for monday with nothing but sunshine across southern nevada. winds will pick up on wednesday to the windy category but those winds will bring in bigger changes to the forecast. we will drop those temperatures back to near 70 on wednesday light shower in spots. breaking overnight... anti-trump protests continue... from coast to coast. in these images coming in overnight-- you can see people taking to the streets in major cities like atlanta, new york city, los angeles and dallas. people say their protesting...for another
peaceful...violence broke out in portland. at least one person was shot there, but is expected to be ok. our affiliates are reporting... people throwing burning objects at police officers . those officers in riot gear... had to use flash bangs and pepper spray to disperse the protesters... but it didn't stop them. a curfew is in place for those 18 and younger. our affiliates also report have been taken into custody overnight. las vegas police are preparing for dueling protests today. more than -15- hundred anti-trump protesters are expected to march on the strip this evening.. police are monitoring. social media posts saying... counter protests.... by trump supporters are also planned..... in the exact same spot. in his first post-election television interview.. president-elect donald trump is
about the phone call he got on election night from hillary clinton. 138-155 so hillary called... she just said congratualations donald." in that same interview.. he also talks about obamacare and says there are parts he believes are worth keeping. coverage for pre-existing conditions. we'll have more on this interview and his new transition team ...in our second half hour. democratic leaders are scrambling for their next move after the republicans took the white house.. and retained control of the house and senate. a number of democrats are now looking to fill...
bernie sanders tweeting his opinion on who should take the seat...saying "the next d-n-c chair must understand the dire need to listen to working families. keith ellison is that person." sot rick klein "this is a young, muslim american from minnesota who represents a new generation of leaders in congress." the d-n-c is also looking to two new female senators...who they think are going to be big players in washington. the first-- senator-elect kama-la harris of california...and the other is our ver catherine cortez masto. a 13 action news update now on a teen who posted a video of himself vandalizing a metro patrol car. he is now opening up after his arrest. 18.22.50.00 "i thought they yelled the police were watching. that's why you see me jump off, and then i turned around and there was no one there so i got on and fell back. my intentions weren't to break the window." adam trip-lett says that was the third metro car ...he got
leaving first friday with friends when he got the idea. he posted it on facebook a day later, and says he figured he was going to be caught either way... and he was. police arrested him tuesday... and he spent a couple days in jail. 18.24.50.00 "at the end of the day, what i did was stupid on my part. it is a cop car. i've got to accept the consequences and move on." triplett is due back in court on monday. a crash near cheyenne and fort apache last night. police say... the driver of a minivan was making a u-turn onto cheyenne... that's when she crossed into the path of the motorcycle . investigators believe the rider was speeding ... the man... in his 30's... hit the back of the minivan... instantly dying. the driver is cooperating. this morning metro says they have arrested several high
police broke up a party. surveillance video shows one person running off.. as police pull up to the party. many of those arrested.... are in high school. c-c-s-d police says... they were made aware of the situation.. but so far... no disciplinary action has been taken. as the holiday shoppping season is fast approaching, more and more people are starting their shopping online.... which means watch-out for porch online orders for holiday gifts were at an all time high last year. causing an all time high for theft on people's doorsteps. however, 13 action news crime and safety expert randy sutton says this crime is easy to prevent... :41 have it sent to someone you know will be home, or ask the delivery service to have someone sign for it. :51 sutton also says self-installed security cameras are pretty
this morning -- an officer is in hot water over a facebook post... he's accused of posting a racial slur on a facebook live feed. find out what he said... and -- wild moments as an officer tries to make a traffic stop.....all caught on camera!! see what happens after the suspect takes off running. ((ad-lib)) up to smoke filled sky ...in the south east. what officials are saying caused the massive fire. it only took an instant for
next thing the officer knew he was hanging on to the side of the truck as the driver sped away, plowing into a parked car. the officer then draws his gun as the suspects starts to run. and then suddenly, due to the scuffle, the officer's gun accidentally fires. nats - brown: you shot me! officer: no, i didn't. the man shot is expected to recover. charges. as for the officer, he is on leave pending a routine internal investigation. students and parents at a high school in redding, california are furious after a student began handing out fake deportation letters on campus. parents say he gave them to students of different ethniciities and recorded it. the superintendent of the school district says students told him it was all a joke.. but many parents aren't laughing. (melissa fraizer/parent) "it's
it's not funny. you're making fun of my family, you're making fun of my friends and it hurts." the superintendent says the school won't tolerate this behavior.. but it's not clear if any disciplinary action was taken. some women are racing to health care facilities, such as planned parent hood, to get birth control. this graph from google shows.... how much the searches for "trump birth control" spiked.... the day after the election.. affordable care act".. women can get birth control.... at no cost. but many on trump's team, as well as trump himself have criticized the no-cost of women's contraceptives and abortions. this sunday marks one year since the devastating terror attack on paris france. 130 people killed, and dozens more injured. the president of france francois hollande, made special remarks yesterday at the annual
each year the president of france lays a wreath honoring those who died in world war 1... but this year he wanted the wreath to honor those who died in last year's attacks as well. (parade nats) thousands of people lined the streets of downtown las vegas yesterday to honor the men and women.... who have served our country. our very own.... beth fisher and dayna roselli hosted..... "the annual las vegasve day parade". the city estimates.... about -30- thousand people... attended. unfortunately... several veterans were not apart of the veteran's day festivities. the group "veterans for peace" signed up to march in the parde but, organizers kicked them out claiming they were spreading a political message. "because of our message of peace and not war and not militarism, they decided we shouldn't be in their parade."
some people watching were upset the veterans were not allowed to be in the parade, the good thing is.. no one was arrested and everyone went home safe. these highs well above normal will subside and we will just fall into the above normal category for the weekend. highs will drop a few degrees on saturday compared to friday. we expect to top out at 76 to start the weekend and increase that number to 77 on sunday. likely through the day saturday, more sun on sunday. overnight lows will drop into the mid 50s each morning which is still warmer than where they should be. to start off the week highs will approach 80 for monday with nothing but sunshine across southern nevada. winds will pick up on wednesday to the windy category but those winds will bring in bigger changes to the forecast. we will drop those temperatures back to near 70 on wednesday with partly sunny skies.
some cold conditions in the morning with lows in the 40s. highs will even be cooler into thursday afternoon. rain as of now is slight, but there is a chance we pick up a light shower in spots. ((ad-lib at desk)) ((ad-lib at desk)) right no the south east is on saturday compared to friday. we expect to top out at 76 to start the weekend and increase that number to 77 on sunday. a few overhead clouds are likely through the day saturday, more sun on sunday. overnight lows will drop into the mid 50s each morning which is still warmer than where they
with nothing but sunshine across southern nevada. winds will pick up on wednesday to the windy category but those winds will bring in bigger changes to the forecast. we will drop those temperatures back to near 70 on wednesday with partly sunny skies. overnight into thursday expect some cold conditions in the highs will even be cooler into thursday afternoon. rain as of now is slight, but there is a chance we pick up a light shower in spots. ((ad-lib at desk)) right now -- a wildfire in the south east is forcing
it's burning in the mountains of north carolina and tennessee. in large parts of this region it has not rained for nearly two months causing extremely dry conditions, perfect for a fast moving fire. and now, officials are worried about smoke damaging houses...and people's health. "the smoke almost blocks out the sun, you know it's so bad." to atlanta. officials believe an arsonist may be to blame for the fire. they have already arrested two people in kentucky, and are looking for one more. post-election anger is spilling into classrooms across the country. recently, many schools sent letters home with their students after some disturbing scenes in classrooms and cafeterias. earlier this week..
heard yelling 'build that wall.' in pennsylvania.. there were reportedly chants of 'white power' in a school hallway. and in woodside, california.. this cellphone video shows a trump supporter at a high school being attacked by another student students fighting sot jade: and she said, 'you support trump. you hate mexicans." in this video.. a teacher recounts emotional talks with students. sot from mic video: "scared, confused, betrayed, disconnected from the very vision of this country" that same teacher went on to say.. there has never been a more teachable moment than now. facebook post - v new this moring a police officer in michigan is being accused of posting a racial slur on facebook. the police officer is accused
protest. officials say it was in response to black protesters in the facebook live feed. the post was reported to the officer's superiors who are now conducting an investigation. "i've seen the post.. it's disturbing and it's concerning." the officer's name has not yet been released but he has been suspended pending the completion of the investigation. this morning -- contact 13's darcy spears digs deeper in around the valley. 22:35 darcy stand-up tease: they hold up traffic on our roadways. the people who drive them are often unlicensed and uninsured. scooters on our roadways--downright dangerous or necessary nuisance? coming up... scooters are stolen around the valley every day.
the road. for more than a year.. contact 13 has been tracking scooters on valley roadways. now - contact-13 chief investigator darcy spears asks,.. are they a necessary nuisance or downright dangerous? these images of 18-year-old maggie mortensen... bandaged and bed- ridden... :46 marlene: went up to the hospital and seen her on a breathing machine. ... are burned in her mother's mind. : 58 marlene: i almost collapsed on the floor. left in critical condition with skull and a brain bleed, maggie is lucky. she and her boyfriend, who was driving the scooter, didn't die. contact 13 has documented far too many scenes of mangled scooters and lost lives. the danger growing as more of these two- wheeled vehicles take over valley roads. /nat break/ metro has seen six fatal scooter accidents so far this year, which means, on average, someone is dying every
collisions in metro's jurisdiction so far this year. 16:09 chuck callaway/lvmpd: on these vehicles you don't have to have a helmet and you also don't have to have insurance. so if you were to put your child on there with you... you'd be doubling down on danger. what's worse, scooters are often piloted by people who aren't allowed to drive. 20:40 mo denis: if somebody can't get a drivers license then they really shouldn't be on the road. take maggie mortensen's boyfriend, for example. 3:52 d : he never should have marlene: no. actually no. 3:40 darcy: did he have a drivers license? marlene: no. they gave him a ticket for it. metro has written 178 tickets to unlicensed moped drivers so far this year. 12:40 chuck callaway/lvmpd dir. of intergovernmental services: i think that's one of the biggest misconceptions is people think that--they've lost their license potentially in a dui or maybe they never got a license--but they think they can operate a moped on the roadway legally without a license and that's not the case. stolen or abandoned.
insurance crime bureau, las vegas ranks number two in the nation for stolen scooters and motorcycles--second only to new york city. aside from being routinely involved in crime... 17:35 sen. mo denis: i think individuals feel like they're just a nuisance on the roads. but state senator mo denis says they're a necessary nuisance--cheap, fuel-efficient, easy to park, and... 20 individuals that no matter what, this is gonna be the best mode of transportation for them. denis co-sponsored a new law that took effect november first. it requires mopeds to be registered, inspected and get license plates. law enforcement hopes that'll make them and their drivers safer and easier to track, but it won't cut down on scenes like this. 22:40 honk and street nats with scooter slowing cars 13:54 chuck callaway: with an
obviously they should stay on streets where the speed limit is 30- 35. but they don't. they drive on major valley roadways where they simply can't keep up, often disregarding surrounding drivers. 13:34 chuck: they have the potential to obstruct traffic, slow down vehicles and then other drivers get frustrated and try to cut around them and maybe cause accidents. so it's a very serious issue. no one knows that better than marlene stevens. 4:25 marlene: i don't think they have any business being on the road because of how dangerous they are. and what like my daughter. darcy tag: we've got more information on the new moped registration law and a link to more crime statistics on our website at ktnv.com. darcy spears, 13 action news. now that donald trump has been elected, speculation and rumors are swirling about who he will pick to serve in his cabinet, and other key positions. in our next half hour -- some of the donald's picks and a shocking announcement about one of his key campaign platforms and remember all those
announcement. and -- a valley neighborhood is hit with racist letters. but it's not the first time it has happened! hl roll marathon is in town this weekend and we're helping you avoid all those road closures. good morning las vegas! i'm ... let's get started with 13 first alert meteorologist dan bronis ((ad-lib)) these highs well above normal will subside and we will just fall into the above normal category for the weekend. highs will drop a few degrees on saturday compared to friday.
that number to 77 on sunday. a few overhead clouds are likely through the day saturday, more sun on sunday. overnight lows will drop into the mid 50s each morning which is still warmer than where they should be. to start off the week highs will approach 80 for monday with nothing but sunshine across southern nevada. winds will pick up on wednesday winds will bring in bigger changes to the forecast. we will drop those temperatures back to near 70 on wednesday with partly sunny skies. overnight into thursday expect some cold conditions in the morning with lows in the 40s. highs will even be cooler into thursday afternoon. rain as of now is slight, but there is a chance we pick up a light shower in spots. just a few days after donald trump was named president elect of the united states, he has made two shocking announcements, one on his
on one of his key campaign platforms. andy rose reports on that new team and a shocking change on obama care. president-elect donald trump has named his transition team and with it, announced his first shake up. trump has now named vice president-elect mike pence as the head of the team. not new jersey governor chris christie, who had been leading the team for the last few months leading up to the "i am proud to have run the pre- election phase of the transition team along with a dedicated team of people." sources familiar with the process say intensifying scrutiny over christie's role in the "bridgegate scandal" in which two of his former aides were convicted, led to pence being chosen as transition head. christie himself has denied wrongdoing over "bridgegate" christie will serve as vice-chairman along with alabama senator jeff sessions, former new york city mayor rudy giuliani, doctor ben carson, former house speaker newt gingrich and retired army lieutenant general mike flynn. the announcement comes as trump
and said he will look to keep certain aspects of obamacare, a far cry from what he promised on the campaign trail reporter: let me ask you about obamacare, which you say you're going to repeal and replace. when you replace it, are you going to make sure that people with preconditions are still covered? donald trump/ president-elect:yes, because it happens to be one of the strongest assets. reporter: you're going to keep. also children living with their reporter: you're going to keep that. donald trump/ president-elect: we're going to very much try to keep that. it adds cost but it's very much something we're anything to try campaign volunteers not to give up after a crushing election defeat. she spoke to them on a conference call last night (voice of hillary clinton, (d) former presidential nominee) "this is a tough time for our country. i think we've seen how people have been reacting to the events of this election and i know that we've got to be reaching out to each other to
important." a clinton aide says the former nominee has received a lot of mail in the past few days. one group even sent her 12-hundred roses. she distributed them to her staff members as a way to say thank you. we're hearing from a woman again this morning who hasn't her thoughts on the presidential election. we first talked with the owner of a vietnamese restaurant monday night.. when we found out she was offering a discount to customers.. but only if they voted for donald trump.. and the story quickly went viral someone told me 10 thousand shares or something. i dont even know what that number means - im just being honest, i just tell the way it is. mia ha says she's been celebrating ever since her candidate won. and she thinks she knows why
election. theyre crying because they have no job! thats what they do they protest. its not gonna make difference is if they go back to school and work hard... ha says she was also happy that question- 2 passed in nevada.. because she says she's a big supporter of eastern medicine and the benefits of marijuana. someone upset with donald trump being elected president is turning to vandalism frustrations! obscenities against the president-elect were spray painted on this r-v near cactus and maryland parkway. it's too explicit to show on t-v and it sits right across from a neighborhood full of families... there's aslo a church just feet away! at this point we haven't been able to find the owner of the r-v. - v this morning the mayor of one alabama town is raising money to help celebrities who pledged
(mayor tony kennon/orange beach) "i want to raise 10 million dollars to buy all the bus tickets we can find to send all the celebrities and athletes who don't love this country to tijuana, mexico, for a better life." the mayor of orange beach created a go fund me account to raise that ten million. the account is called " don't let the screen door hit you". so far, nearly 500-hundred-dollars has been donated towards the goal. mayor tony kennon says he hopes the post goes viral. a group of thieves .. to smash a stolen truck into a subway restaurant. you see two men run inside and steal numerous items including cash last month. the stolen pickup was later found in a nearby park. no one has been caught now to a story "you asked us to investigate"... a spring valley neighborhood is hit with racist letters.... in their mailboxes. it's not the first time....
a letter filled with racial slurs even declaring that they want to keep the area white this is happening near buffalo and tropicana. the letter has the name of the h-o- a managment company but they confirmed they had nothing to do with it. the f-b-i is now investigating... they're asking for people to handle the letters as little as possible so they can identify the sender's fingerprints more store owners across the with guns. at el campo market in north las vegas..the owner says he.carries his gun on his hip every day., he says one of his employees was forced to pull out a weapon..two years ago.. when a group of men tried to rob the store. 140722-140726 i do have a family...i would like to go back home and see my family.. police say they want stores owners to cooperate with the robbers and call them first...unless they feel their life is in danger.
vendor inside a valley 7-eleven shot an armed man trying to rob the store. happening today -- the first 5k race of "the annual rock n' roll marathon" is taking place. the festival brings a lot of people to town 13 action news anchor yasmeen hassan has a look at the road closures around the strip you'll want to avoid. the rock 'n' roll marathon and p.m. the start line for both is las vegas boulevard and dewey drive and the finish line is front of 10 to 12 at the las vegas convention center. the expo is free and open to the public and features the latest in running technologies, fitness apparel, health & nutritional information and interactive displays. runners and spectators are also invited to celebrate with snoop dogg during a pre-race party at las vegas village at 3 p.m. nov. 13. although there are road closures expected nov. 12, the bulk of the road closures will take place nov. 13 for the full marathon. itself). major ramp closures on nov. 13 include: i-15 northbound
p.m. until 10:30 p.m. i-15 northbound on the charleston eastbound off-ramp from 2:30 p.m. until 10:00 p.m. i-15 northbound and southbound at the spring mountain rd. eastbound off-ramps from 2:30 p.m. until 10:30 p.m. we have a consumer alert this morning to keep your personal information safe... when we come back -- what you need to look out for when you're downloading popular apps on your smartphone! a contact -13- consumer alert
showing up in the app store.... the apps seem legit because they look like they're from real chains like "dollar tree" or "nordstrom". but some of them have malware that will steal your personal information. apple says the apps mostly came from developers in china and they slipped through the review process. so here's what you need to look for.. fake apps typically don't have reviews.. and... will have a recent "publish date" instead of an "updated on" date. the store name may also be just
inc" instead of the correct name "overstock -dot- com." a horrifying dog attack is caught on camera.. a warning.. this video is graphic.. and might be disturbing. you can see a woman pick up her 2- year-old son as two dogs approach. she races to the front door and tries to get back inside her home.. but that's when things get worse. the dogs begin biting the woman's arms as she protects the toddler. a neighbor comes to help..but the dogs won't sop several times.. even pulling his hair "big laceration on his face and his leg. luckily, i think he's going to be okay and we're just praying he doesn't get any infections." butt with "the people that did help, i really appreciate them and very thankful they were there. otherwise my son and my wife might not be here today." the little boy is hospitalized.. and is expected to need plastic surgery. the dogs are under quarantine
a lawsuit. facebook is facing backlash this morning after it "killed" thousands of people. not literally though. find out what caused the social media giant to send out a banner memorializing certain profiles. and - this morning you could own the white house.... we'll tell you who is selling a real life replica of the world's most famous home. ((ad-lib)) quite ready for the holiday season yet, here is a show that may help. amy grant and michael w. smith are bring their christmas tour to the mgm grand garden arena on saturday night. they will be joined by jordan saturday night in las vegas. she will be at the foundry
hop artist to win five grammy awards in one year. hill is also an actress and by sunset park for the third sunset parked event. there will be thirty food trucks, live music and fun for kids and adults. if you want to see the full list of thirteen things to do, just head to our website k-t-n-v dot com. i'm j-j snyder and i will see you next week. 05-09
here you can see tricia kean, stephanie zepelin, darcy spears and of course me -- eating my lunch. are dead -v are dead -v some facebook users say they've been logging on -- only to discover the social networking site thinks they're dead. people have been seeing a banner memorializing certain profiles. not everyone was affected. but at one point, even facebook ceo mark zuckerberg was declared
mass obituaries, but it's likely a bug in facebook's system. facebook has yet to comment on the problem. this morning the white house is up for sale! not the real one though. it's the former texas governor's mansion that is up for auction -- and it's a replica of the white house. the mansion includes as many as minimum bid but it was on the market earlier for 5 and a half million. the house is in la porte texas. 02-05 crashing nats some bizzare video out of stillwater, oklahoma.. where a deer crashed through the glass window.. on the way out of an 'american eagle outfitters store.' what's not clear is exactly how
based on the enthusiastic departure.. it doesn't look like the animal was hurt. ((((chat))) these highs well above normal will subside and we will just fall into the above normal category for the weekend. highs will on saturday compared to friday. we expect to top out at 76 to start the weekend and increase that number to 77 on sunday. a few overhead clouds are likely through the day saturday, more sun on sunday. overnight lows will drop into the mid 50s each morning which is still warmer than where they should be. to start off the week highs
with nothing but sunshine across southern nevada. winds will pick up on wednesday to the windy category but those winds will bring in bigger changes to the forecast. we will drop those temperatures back to near 70 on wednesday with partly sunny skies. overnight into thursday expect some cold conditions in the mo highs will even be cooler into thursday afternoon. rain as of now is slight, but there is a chance we pick up a light shower in spots. this morning an update on the horrifying "slender man"
classmate will not be decided before next year. the so-called slender man stabbing case still hasn't made its way to trial. the process now includes requesting a jury who haven't been influenced by the media coverage. both girls who allegedly killed their classmate have filed insanity pleas. 048 (anthony cotton, geyser's attorney) "we've got really good clinical evidence in this case of how her functioning was
her." doctors have submitted reports that will help the judge determine if mental health is a legitimate reason. developing this morning -- as many as six people are recovering in pennsylvania after a stabbing at a mental hospital. police say a former patient walked in yesterday and took hostages. people inside say he was angry about his stay at the hospital and stabbed three employees. sot- i didn't want to see anything because i knew he had the gun, so i didn't know if he was going to pullh or anything. police and swat officers eventually shot the suspect and freed the people trapped inside. time now is xxx right now we are working on all-new stories for our six o'clock hour. including -- more and more thieves are caught on video stealing packages off valley porches! we have some useful tips so you don't become the next victim! you're watching good morning las vegas..
protests another night of flash bangs and police in riot gear.... but is there an end in sight. and major protests expected here in las vegas tonight... it all was organized on social media. what metro has to say about it. plus-- a teenager accused of vandalism, and then posting it on facebook. this morning-- opening up for the first time. news -- overnight four people have been killed after an explosive device detonated at bagram airfield. that's a us military base in afghanistan. officials say at least 14 peole have also been hurt. the taliban claimed responsibility for the attack. the taliban is saying it was a suicide bomber but officials