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blame. but first.. two brothers.. ripped away in a suspect drunk driving crash. "you took two of my their families beg for justice. a valley family -- is in tears -- after a suspected drunk driver -- slams in-to two brothers. 13-action news reporter -- gina lazara -- is live near the crash site -- at lake mead and rainbow. the hardest part for everyone to get their head around tonight is ---- these two brothers were just on their way to get their mom a birthday present.... before they were killed. sharithea everett, mother "you ripped my family apart. for a text message and a drink" sharithea everet.... yesterday - mother of five. today....mother of three. sharithea everett, mother "you took two of my sons! i'm not burrying one. i'm burrying both my boys" the
this time....capturing that feeling completely. sharithea everett, mother "at the tender age of 17 and 18....my kids was gift to me from god" the family tells me the brothers.... 22-year old jermaine asher and 23-year old robert shawn roberts... just hopped in the car to go get their mother a birthday present. nats of tears when the unthinkable happened. grandma "we're the grandmothers of the boys that got killed suspected drunk driver......25 year old willie worthams... was speeding down the street....when he struck the brothers car....killing them. grandma "they tearing away everybody's life....they don't know the destruction that they caused last night" sharithea says she won't ask why. cause her boys.....were a gift. sharithea everett, mother "i am proud of the men that me and my family.....we raised them to be"
he went to the hospital for his injuries but did survive. he was arrested for d-u-i and reckless driving involving death. reporting live gina lazara 13 actionnews. new tonight -- a man is killed -- after a van runs him over. it happened -- near cheyenne. police say -- the man was walking on the highway. detectives -- shut downthe highway for a while. it's back open now. at least one person is injured -- in a crash at alta and buffalo. this happened about an hour ago. we just got these pictures from a viewer. traffice chaos at mccarran tonight. this is a live look at the airport. we got so many calls -- from people upset -- because it was taking them so long --to get out of the parking garage. one woman says -- she was in
highway -- for more than four hours. here's why-- police closed roads -- up and down -- and all around the las vegas strip tonight -- for he rock 'n' roll marathon. then -- there were all those people -- coming home -- from the holiday weekend. drivers tell us -- it was a mess i mean there's people with kids in their cars, there's old people that might need metro -- to get things cleared up. life -- after a shooting -- near twain and wynn. the call came in around four this afternoon. right now -- there's no word on a suspect. a man -- charged with sexually assaulting a girl -- on her way to school -- will find out his fate -- tomorrow morning. reginal davis -- is scheduled to appear before a judge for sentencing. prosecutors say -- davis attacked the girl -- as she walked near jones and the 95 -- back in the spring of 20- 14. new information tonight -- coming out of trump tower.
president elect. he picks reince priebus -- to be his chief of staff. priebus -- is the chairman -- of the republican national committee. he stood by trump -- when a number of party leaders -- ran away from him -- during his biggest controversies. sot trump/election night: i will tell you reince is really a star. and he is the hardest working guy many g-o-p leaders -- are applauding trump's pick. house speaker -- paul ryan tweeting -- quote -- "i'm very proud -- and excited for my friend -- reince". working alongside priebus -- he's the former head -- of the ultra-conservative -- breitbart news. bannon will serve -- as trump's top strategist -- and senior counselor. newt gingrich -- rudy giuliani -- and senator jeff sessions -- are also big contenders -- for cabinet spots protesters -- continue to demonstrate against the president-elect. but the crowds -- appear to be getting smaller. many are angry -- with trump's campaign promise -- to build a wall on the mexican border -- and kick out millions of undocumented immigrants. house speaker -- ryan --
sot ryan cnn: we are not planning on erecting a deportation force. donald trump's not planning on that. ///butted too/// america is a pluralistic and inclusive country. it is, it has been and will continue to be." as for the wall-- donald trump -- on 60 minutes says -- he would accept a fence instead of a wall -- along parts of the border. hillary clinton -- speaking out about her surpise loss. she blames james comey. the f-b-i chief went public-- with his renewed interest -- in clinton's e- mails -- a little more -- than a week before the election. clinton tells supporters -- that killed some -- of her president obama -- about to go on his last foreign trip -- as commander-in-chief. according to the washington times -- the president -- will address the american people tomorrow -- before a week-long visit to europe -- and peru. he'll reassure allies -- anxious over donald trump's tough talk -- about foreign relations. president obama -- is expected to speak -- shortly after noon -- pacific time. drop everything you're doing -- and look at your t-v -- right now. check this out.
our assistant news director -- snapped this picture. it's the brightest supermoon -- in almost 70 years. it happens -- when the moon becomes full -- the same day -- it orbits closest to earth. 13-first alert meteorologist -- karla huelga -- is live in our weather center. karla -- what a spectacular sight -- huh? ad-lib high pressure will remain over the area in the short term and bring above average temperatures to the area through wednesday. expect highs in the upper 70s with light winds through back at home -- a man is recovering -- after a car slams
takes off. and right now -- police are looking -- for that hit-and-run driver. it happened -- near escondido and hacienda the victim -- was taken to the hospital -- with head injuries.. no word on his condition. right now -- police are investigating -- a deadly shooting -- in the southwest a man -- is gunned down -- at a mobile-home park -- near harmon and decatur. it happened -- just before 10 this morning. police have detained one person. and -- police arrest a man -- after he sets up a barricade -- near the u-n-l-v campus. officers -- were responding to a domestic violence call. at one point -- the man --armed with a knife -- took off running. officers caught up with him in -- a parking lot -- near maryland parkway and tropicana -- and arrested him.
deputy dennis wallace -- gunned down -- earlier today -- in northern california. investigators calling it -- an execution. wallace -- was shot twice in the head -- as he checked out reports -- of a stolen car. he was a 20-year veteran. today -- a special day -- for a special group of kids. their dads -- died -- serving their country. 13-action news reporter -- marti glaser -- explains -- today's celebration -- couldn't have come -- at a better time. marti: the holidays are a tough time for families who have lost loved ones oversea but today a local group tried to make this day brighter. pack : meet .....wait she's got it... 3 year old - brigetta her 8 year old brother ...nathan and mom ....babette kellner sot it's almost a two year aniversary.... since- she lost her husband . sot lt.commander kevin kellner in the us navy emotions still so raw.. sot often times with nathan he will say he wants to daddy in heaven where i told him he was and her soesn't understand he can't vome back down after her
the society of military widows. smiles- made up for tears and a visit from santa ..and his volunteers.. reved up the mood nat and for the kellner's every day .... sot :finding the new normal . that s what we call it .... marti glaser sot and if it werent for organizations like this 13 action news. i don't think we would have made it. an out-of-control fire -- rips through a strip mall. the smoke could be seen for miles. how firefighters -- managed to get everyone out -- just in time. plus -- a twisted tale -- in the death of a yoga instructor. investigators say -- they have a key piece of evidence -- to pin it -- on the woman's identical twin sister! and remember -- chopper 13 -- brings you breaking news --
you can see the glow from the flames -- shoooting out of the roof. firefighters -- evacuated all six businesses. thankfully -- nobody was hurt. it's unclear what caused the fire. a baffling -- and deadly tale -- of identical twin sisters. both yoga teachers -- and aspiring -- reality tv-stars. they lived together -- and worked together.. as abc's -- marci gonzalez -- reports -- now one is behind bars -- charged -- with the other's murder. in the case against this yoga instructor accused of murdering her identical twin? "charges dismissed for maui woman accused of sister's murder nat sot: teaching yoga after dodging charges once- alexandria duval is again under arrest --more than 5 months after investigators say - she intentionally drove her s-u-v off a 200-foot cliff in hawaii- killing her sister, anastasia- in the passenger's seat. duval's attorney calling it an accident.
intend to harm herself or the person she was closest to in this world. but investigators say - they found evidence that the ford explorer accellerated just before the crash and witnesses descibed seeing a struggle witness " she was angrily arguing" alexandria- was pulled from the wreckage with minor injuries- her arm still in a sling in june when she first duval on a 2nd degree murder new york. she's now being held -- on 3-million dollars bail. she's awaiting extradition -- to maui. 11-year-old coloardo boy -- is shot and killed over the weekend. now -- the man accused of pulling the trigger -- is off the street. it happened in the town of fruitvale. authorities say -- jeremy mushrush -- turned himself in this morning. he's facing manslaughter and weapons charges. police -- have not release any information on the victim.
related to the suspect. we move on now -- to the emotional reactions in ohio. a judge -- declares a mistrial -- in the case of a white former police officer -- accused of murdering -- an unarmed black driver. today -- frustration and outrage. ray tensing -- a former -- university of cincinatti cop -- is a free man. the judge -- declared the mistrial -- after the jury failed to reach a verdict -- on murder and voluntary manslaughter charges -- for the shooting death -- of sam dubose -- during a 20-15 traffic stop. sot --de fiancee this individual has committed murder on camera and he has spent less than 24 hours in jail. justice has to be served. dubose's family is hoping for a retrial. the university of pennsylvania -- is investigating racist e-mails -- sent to students -- on the school's private server. the messages -- include racial slurs -- too obscene for t-v. one of the most disturbing messages -- invites students to a public lynching. the messages -- have sparked protests on the campus --
is sending these mssages. it's been five-months -- since the massacre -- at a gay nightclub in orland. today -- around 150-thousand people -- come out -- to send a message-- at orlando's gay-pride parade. there was an emotional tribute -- to the people killed in the attack -- at the pulse nightclub. (patty sheehan / orlando city commissioner): "we're gonna show that america is one and strong just like we have shown that orlando is one and strong." (mayor teresa jacobs/ orange county, fl): "of course, we will always come together loss, but we also need to be enormously proud of who we are as a people." the city's first openly gay -- elected official -- held a prayer circle -- before the parade -- calling for unity today marks one year -- since a devastating terror attack in france. 130 people were killed -- hundreds more -- wounded. isis claimed responsibility for
the terrorists. "sting" -- doing a special performance -- to re-open the venue. they held a moment of silence -- before the concert -- to honor the victims back in the u-s -- and those wildfires -- scorching the southeast. more than forty fires -- are now burning -- from alabama to west virginia. abc's -- rob marciano -- reports -- one of those fires -- was set by a guy -- who wanted to be -- a weatherman script: tonight, 43 wildfires in the southeast r 8 states - scorching over 70-thousand acres nats investigators saying some of those fires were intentionally set - and already making arrests including 21-year-old johnny mullins who allegedly confessed he set the fire in eastern kentucky to draw attention to his facebook page johnny mullins fb nats the aspiring weatherman - seen here warning people to beware of flames -- now facing a felony arson charge. ((satellite pic)) smoke from the fires fanning out hundreds of miles?. spreading a haunting haze
nat: ". the smoke almost blocks out the sun." in lake lure, north carolina - this brush fire engulfing the entire hillside - forcing some families to flee their homes resident sot: "if they come up here and tell us reporting. new zealand gets the all clear. officials -- cancelling a tsunami warning -- for the east coast -- after a powerful earthquake. . the 7-point-8 quake -- rattled part of the country overnight. officials say -- aftershocks are still possible. ad-lib high pressure will short term and bring above average temperatures to the area through wednesday. expect highs in the upper 70s with light winds through that will bring a significant cool-down. expect gusts to 40 mph wednesday afternoon and thursday. afternoon highs will drop to the low 60s on thursday and will remain in the low to mid 60s on friday. afternoon, then around 70 on sunday. clark county schools get set -- wednesday.
with light winds through wednesday. by wednesday afternoon we will see a push of clouds and the winds pick up ahead of a system that will bring a significant cool-down. expect gusts to 40 mph wednesday afternoon and thursday. afternoon highs will drop to the low 60s on thursday and will remain in the low to mid 60s on friday. the system will mov temperature will start to rebound on saturday with highs in the mid and upper 60s that afternoon, then around 70 on sunday. clark county schools get set -- to celebrate american-education
expect highs in the upper 70s with light winds through that will bring a significant cool-down. expect gusts to 40 mph wednesday afternoon and thursday. afternoon highs will drop to the low 60s on thursday and will remain in the low to mid 60s on friday. the system will move east and temperature will start to rebound on saturday with highs in the mid and upper 60s that afternoon, then around 70 on sunday. wednesday. expect highs in the upper 70s with light winds through wednesday. by wednesday afternoon we will see a push of clouds and the winds pick up ahead of a system that will bring a significant cool-down. expect gusts to 40 mph wednesday afternoon and thursday. afternoon highs will drop to the low 60s on thursday and will remain in the low to mid 60s on friday. the system will move east and temperature will start to rebound on saturday with highs in the mid and upper 60s that
wednesday. expect highs in the upper 70s with light winds through wednesday. by wednesday afternoon we will see a push of clouds and the winds pick up ahead of a system that will bring a significant cool-down. expect gusts to 40 mph wednesday afternoon and thursday. afternoon highs will drop to the low 60s on thursday and will remain in the low to mid 60s on friday. the system will move east and to celebrate american-education week. they're recognizing -- outstanding staff and students. the district -- will award
and some lucky students -- will get to be principal -- for a day. there's an oscar buzz in the air. the stars light up the night -- for annual kick-off. we've got a sneak peak -- at the flicks -- in the running for the big prize. and remember -- to watch good morning las vegas -- for all your latest news -- weather -- and traffic. it all starts -- at 4-30 in the
-- announcing the new venue for the invictus games. australia will host -- the international -- paralympic-style -- multi-sport event -- for wounded veterans -- in 20-18. but -- the prince -- going solo saturday night. that disappointed fans -- who hoped -- he'd debut -- with his celebrity crush. girlfriend -- meghan markle -- already left london. we just finished campaign season. and now -- it looks like we're in oscar season. last night's governor awards -- kicking things off. the stars -- grabbing a chance -- to brag about their films-- including denzel washington's -- new movie -- fences -- to nicole kidman's new work -- called lion. sot: nicole kidman, lion 22;09;03;47 i've just had people coming up to me talking about wanting to adopt ? it's nice that it affects people the 89th annual academy awards
13. now -- to the lastest consumer news -- from contact 13. more problems -- for "american apparel". according to reuters -- the struggling retailer -- could file for its second bankruptcy -- as early as tomorrow. the company -- is facing tougher competition -- in teen retail market. american apparel -- fired the company founder and c-e-o last year. and -- it has not found a buyer. everyone once in a while -- you need that story -- that'll lift your spirits. we have it here.
sounds impossible -- you haven't met ari shultz. abc's -- john donvan -- reports -- he's america strong. script: (the signing moment) signed to play college ball ... and he's just four years old? (the still pht schultz is the kid with the home run smile. because ari loves baseball. really loves it. nats: "you've got quite an arm there. who taught you that? no one. i taught myself." in fact ? he's been swinging a bat since ? he was a toddler ? but he's was always pretty good in front of a basketball hoop too. not to mention those winter sports. and all ? despite the hit to his health he's been living with all his life. he's been through open heart surgery multiple times already ? sot: parent: what the
sot: parent on his spirit ? and it was really there when he met the ball players of assumption college worcestr massachusetts ? who are part of a program called
team impact that grants wishes to kids with chronic medical challenges. and ? so ? what they did ? was how cool was this, huh? ari: future ball star ? who has a so much heart already. jd abc news karla -- has another look at your work-week forecast. but right now -- here's a live look -- outside atthe valley. you're watching 13-action news -- where we bring you breaking
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