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she said castile was shot while reaching for his id after telling the officer he had a gun permit and was armed. although a warm up is happening outside....a cool down is on the way for the valley... ((toss to greg)) cold front is just to the northwest of southern nevada and we are feeling it already! breezy conditions this morning all of southern nevada starting at 10am and will last to at least 1am thursday morning. the mountains and red rock areas will have the strongest winds gusting between 40 and 60 between 15 and 25 mph this range between 75 and 80 degrees 30s. because morning lows will be so chilly due to the wind, insulated. outdoor potted plants and pets should be brought inside for high temperatures look to rise new disturbance but models are not all on the same page just yet. new at midday... mayor of new york city...
mayor bill de blasio say he talked to president elect donald trump about muslims...and that there were 900 of them of the n-y-p-d..... the mayor also say he's open to more conversations with trump but says he will be vigilant and swiftly against actions and yorkers.... (mayor bill de blasio/ (d) new york) "that proposal countered and flew york) "that proposal countered and flew in the face of all that was great about new york city - the ultimate city of immigrants. a place that has succeeded because it was open for everyone: a place built of generation and generation of immigrants. mayor de blasio says he talked to donald trump about 'never going back' to old
the president-elect is taking on the new york times on twitter. trump is disputing a story about reported firings and infighting within his transition team. the tweets says "the failing @nytimes story is so totally wrong on transition. it is going so smoothly. trump also stated that he's been talking to many foreign leaders despite what the new york times said. trump's latest fight with the times follows a t sunday when he claimed the paper "is losing thousands of subscribers" because of their "very poor and highly inaccurate coverage" of him. the times fired back saying subscriptions are actually up. children-vo trump also denied today he is trying to get "top level security clearance" for his adult children. he claims stories about that are completely false. at least 20 cars are derailed
two freight trains collided wednesday morning marion county florida... it caused a massive fuel leak of about 15-thousand gallons. two locomotive operators suffered minor injuries. one train was heading to chicago....the other was traveling to tampa. the cause is under investigation. new information about airport shooting that left a southwest employee dead..... we're learning more about the suspect....45-year-old lloyd buie and the victim....52-year-old michael winchester.... wi nfl player.... police in tactical gear searched for the shooter.... going from car to car for nearly for nearly three hours.... captain paco balderama / oklahoma city police although it's very early in this investigation detectives working this case...have been able to determine the suspect was an ex- employee of southwest airlines. he resigned from his job in april of 2015 and it is believed the crime is pre- meditated.... meditated.... the suspect was found inside
floor of the airport's parking garage. authorities said they believe the shooting was premeditated and it was not an active-shooter situation. vm parents listen up-- changes could be coming to your kids school. the state is looking to switch several elementary and middle schools-- to charter schools. 13 action news reporter marissa kynaston tells us how officials came to that decision. marissa intro this is one of those schools that could look completely i as next school year. take map there are nine total schools being considered for the switch. take a look at this list right here on your screen. it includes craig elementary, fitzgerald elementary and seven others. officials chose these nine based on five factors-- proficiency-- growth-- equity-- star ratings-- and other indicators. take vo this decision has set off a wave of protests in the last few weeks-- even though many of these schools are in the bottom fifth percentile of reading and math.
schools that are being considered-- they will choose up to six to be converted. marissa tag parents have some concerns about the switch-- including a reduced budget-- that could force the school to cut athletics or extracurricular activities. mk-- 13an. governor brian sandoval says he's ready to work with state lawmakers to resurrect the school voucher program. the governor is planning to include the education savings accounts in his upcoming there will be some changes made to it. the original bill was struck down by the state supreme court because of issues with how it was funded. the program lets parents to use state money for their child's education.. and.. a huge announcement from the district attorney's office. it will no longer be prosecuting people caught with small amounts of marijuana on them. the decision comes after our state voted in favor of legalizing recreational marijuana. the new law takes effect january first. it allows people 21 and older
the drug. the majority of people we spoke to say they support the d-a's decision... and they hope it leaves more time and resources for serious offenses like domestic abuse, violent crimes and drug dealing. speaking of marijuana - certain bars and restaurants in denver are going to start letting people smoke and eat pot. initiative-300 officially passed last night - nearly a week after the election53 perce. businesses will need to get neighborhood approval and apply for a permit through the city. pe own weed. denver is the first city to pass an initiative like this. we're just getting started this wednesday! he's was sentenced in his son's death... but now we're hearing from one of the jurors in the justin ross case... also.. president elect donald trump is getting ready to make his appointments... what doctor ben carson had to say about why he turned down one of the positions....
with a megaphone during an anti-trump rally at ohio state university. we're now learning the suspect..a college student has asperger's, a form of autism. that's according to his family. friends say they se misinterpreted in the midst of heightened political tensions. (drew reidel, friend of suspect) "it's painful to watch because that's not a good indicator, that sliver of time, of who this person is." stanton is out on bond this morning, charged with assault. the victim is expected to be o-k. n-f-l players paid a visit to washington d-c...to meet with house speaker paul ryan. players from teams all over the country discussed racial issues and police brutality with ryan
detroit lions' anquan boldin helped organize the meeting... boldin told e-s-p-n he wanted to have the meeting to quote "help close that gap" of distrust between police and african-american communities. still ahead at midday.... the father is sentenced in the hot car death of his...son but now we're hearing from one of the jurors.. and it's raising questions about the fairness of the trial.. also ahead.. he's on one of the most popular reality shows in the world, and today he's live in the studio with us to talk about a charity that you can help-- straight ahead.
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morning turn into a wind advisory for all of southern nevada starting at 10am and will last to at least 1am thursday morning. the mountains and red rock areas will have the strongest winds gusting between 40 and 60 mph through today and tonight with the valley gusting up to 40 mph. between 15 and 25 mph this afternoon; allowing for dust, sand, pollen, and small debris to be whirled up into the air. visibility may be lower today due to this and the potential for an air quality advisory is not out of the picture. high temperatures today will range between 75 and 80 degrees with mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies. by tomorrow, the winds will slightly weaken but gusts between 25 and 35 mph will be common along with high temperatures plummeting to between 58 and 62 degrees valley wide.
will be 18 degrees and with the windy conditions, wind chill will be closer to -1! here in the valley, morning lows will drop in the 40s and feel like we are in the mid and upper 30s. because morning lows will be so chilly due to the wind, checking your 4 ps is a good idea! pipes, pets, plants and people! any exposed outdoor pipes should be wrapped and insulated. outdoor potted plants and pets should be brought inside for warmth and make sure your elderly warmth and make sure your elderly relatives and morning chill. by the weekend, high pressure will take over again and mainly sunny skies and light winds will be common. high and light winds will be common. high temperatures look to rise but only to the upper 60s and low 70s. monday may bring a small chance for rain with the bring a small chance for rain with the approach of a new disturbance but models are not all on the same page just yet. there are reports of tension among the president-elect's
as some top figures are pushed out... one insider reportedly described what's going on as a "knife fight." overnight....trump sent out a tweet.... saying it's a "very organized process taking place ... i am the only one who knows who the finalists are....." abc's tom llamas is at trump tower with more .... overnight president-elect trump escaping from his skyscraper turned fortress for dinner down the street at manhattan's 21 club this photo posted on
trump then seen here parting ways with son eric... daughter ivanka and son-in-law jared kushner also spotted leaving the retaurant... trump bucking the tradition of transparency for a president and leaving his home without the pool of journalists there to cover his every move. the dinner break coming amid continuing turmoil inside the transition team. one of the president-elect's top advisors on national security?abruptly resigning... former congressman mike out?.just as the campaign prepares to announce trump's pick for national security advisor. (rogers sot) 00:02:39 - i think there is some confusion going on about a chain of command coming out of new york, hopefully they'll get that settled really soon, i think they're going to need to do it because as the clock ticks these decisions become more important general michael flynn a contender for the nsa post. sources say the trump transition team is now taking
backlash that followed their first two announcements. anti-establishment trump loyalists enraged over the announcement reince preibus would be chief of staff while many democrats were alarmed after stephen bannon was named chief strategist and white house counselor sot-harry reid in his first official act he appointed a man supported as a champion of white supremacy as his chief strategist in the white house." the trump team also having to oust a low level staffer after that person put an informal request for trump's children ivanka, don jr, and eric?who are all on the transition team. sot-conway "i just know that that was never a formal request, it was just basically somebody i think trying to leak information." sources with the transition team says it was never a formal request from the president-elect nor his children. tag-carson "my decision not to seek a cabinet position in the
murder... and now we're hearing from one of the jurors who reached the decision... abc's steve osunsami brings us the story from atlanta.... natsound: we find the defendant guilty as justin ross harris waits for sentencing on december 5th, where he could be locked up for life, the woman who stood by his side and has
innocence, is going off on the guilty verdict. natsound. "cooper was the sweetest little boy" leanna taylor is taking her anger to facebook. the mother of 22-month- old cooper harris, who died of heat served." // but guess what, you can convict every parent that this has ever happened to, and i can promise you 2 things...#1 it will never bring our children back and #2 it will not prevent this from happening in the future." taylor tried to convince jurors that she too believes that the boy's father forgot his son in the car on his way into work that day. crying. but this morning,we're hearing from juror number three who the very first vote jurors were leaning guilty. [gfx] candi parrish is a 23 year-old married stay at home mom, and in her statement to abc news she says "there were too many factors that played throughout his day that you wouldn't forget your child in the car" // "to say he literally drove just 1/2 mile to work -only 5 minutes and forgot his child is unbelievable.
prosecutors are now underlining that leanna taylor herself will not be charged. chuck boring. there is not evidene in this case to charge her with anything her attorneys this morning, say they wish the district attorney had said this a little earlier. osunsami: they also point out she took a polygraph, to prove her innocence, which she all new stories still ahead on 13 action news at midday! including a divorce lawyer is sentenced after prosecutors say he hypnotized women and molested them.... also still ahead... buying a newly built home repair... download the all new 13 action news app..... it's simple to use and features live streaming, video on demand with photos that are just a tap away from the home screen, plus blazing fast radar. get it free in the app store and in google play. right now on action news live
but it's who fired the hand gun that has police puzzled.... also ahead... a lawyer is sentenced to jail time...after prosecutors say he hynotized women and molested them... how authorities were able to catch him in the act... we are following breaking news... the nye county sheriff's office says a student brought a firearm to school this morning. deputies say another kid told offici middle school that a student had a gun in their bag. we're told a staff member took the bag away from the student and found the firearm... deputies say there was no ammunition with the weapon. at this point, they don't think the student intended to hurt anyone. the kid has been taken into custody. ((toss to greg)) cold front is just to the
already! breezy conditions this morning turn into a wind advisory for all of southern nevada starting at 10am and will last to at least 1am mph through today and tonight with the valley gusting up to 40 mph. sustained winds look to hold visibility may be lower today due to this and the potential between 25 and 35 mph will be common along with high will be 18 degrees and with the we are in the mid and upper idea! pipes, pets, plants and outdoor potted plants and pets should be brought inside for but only to the upper 60s and low 70s. monday may bring a small chance for rain with the approach of a new disturbance but models are not all on the same page just yet. louisiana police are trying to get to the bottom of how a
child in the face. it happened tuesday in baton rouge. officers say the children were in a parked car when a 2-year-old fired a handgun-- striking the 1-year-old. they say the victim was then taken to the hospital in a personal vehicle-- their condition is unknown. details of the incident are unclear as ongoing investigations are being conducted. right now... police are trying to track down this man-- accused of violently attacking a woman at the el cortez last month.
beat up the victim in a stairwell and then took off on foot. if you think you might recognize the man, or know anything about the attack call metro or crime stoppers. it's been over a week since the election and evidence of hate crimes have poured in from all over the country. the f-b-i, as well as the southern poverty law center, which tracks hate crimes and groups, says they have seen a dramatic rise in hate crimes since the election. both groups say more than 400 cases of harassament and indtimidation have been race, sexual preference, and religion, since last week. resigns-v and.. a shocking facebook post about first lady michelle obama is now costing another west virginia woman her job. the woman behind the post comparing the first lady to an ape has already been fired. but a city mayor commented on it saying it "made her day." last night, the mayor submitted a one sentence resignation to
one of the council members also read an apology to the first lady and anyone else who was offended. now to that bombshell case in ohio... a lawyer is found guilty of hypnotizing several clients so he could molest them... the women saying they have no memory of what happened ...abc's mara schiavocampo has more on how the lawyer was finally caught.... dr. daniel chueh/medical director, nrc research institute this morning, an ohio lawyer, turned defendant? michael fine there is just remorse and grief in my hea michael fine sentenced to 12 years in prison for hypnotizing six female clients without their consent or knowledge?and then molesting them. victim in court [voice only] he used my trust in his position as my attorney to gain information about my vulnerabilities. grfx according to legal documents, in 2013 one of fine's client's noticed that after their appointments, "her bra was disheveled, and that she could not recall the entire duration of these meetings." something that happened again and again. suspicious, "she began tape recording her conversations" ?learning shocking details
"began to use 'code' words" to get her into a "trans-like state" and then "engaged in a sexually charged discussion" saying things like "at the count of 3, you won't be able to control yourself" laura mills /attorney for two victims he would say that he had some relaxation techniques...that the best thing that they could do was try to relax in order to recorder?when fine began the same behavior at the next meeting, they nabbed him. while hypnosis is a powerful therapeutic technique...there's possible against someone's will. dan chueh/neuropsychiatri st can we make someone take their clothes off in a public place through hypnosis? the short answer is no. however, we can possibly convince them that the temperature was so
now, fine has pleaded guilty to five counts of kidnapping and one count of attempted kidnapping?all with a sexual motivation specification. grfx in a statement from his attorney saying "he accepted responsibility for what he did wrong." fire-sv a family is happy to be alive this morning after a fire rips through their apartment while they're sleeping! they're thanking one young lives... 10-year-old diana loveras woke up monday morning to find their long island home filled with smoke. that's when she ran into her mom's bedroom to wake her up.... (diana loveras, young hero) "i told her 'mom i really don't feel very well. i can't really breathe.' she saw the entire house filled with smoke and she told us to get out as soon as possible. the family was able to make it out safely. diana's family say they're so proud of her cool calm and
"he's down, he's down, he's down." dash cam video shows the moment a tulsa police sniper takes out a man who was holding a baby hostage! that deadly gunshot came after a three and a half hour standoff with "salvador reyes" last month. we just getting a look at the video now. police say reyes broke into the home of his estr her family. when the officer took that shot reyes had stepped out on the balcony...with a gun to a 2-year-old's head. thankfully the child wasn't hurt. thousands of protesters rallying against construction of the dakota access pipeline... this is video from across the country...in texas...california... north dakota and washington d-c.... protesters are concerned that the pipeline could contaminate drinking water for the standing rock tribe.
low. the army corps of engineers' halted constrcution monday to discuss the issue further with the standing rock tribe... here at home... the clark county commission voted unanimously to approve a sales tax. it's part of the stadium deal. the tax would add more than 300 officers across the valley. more than 60 of those officers would go to the strip, which sheriff joe lombardo says is a potential target for terrorists sheriff joe lombardo / clark county "it's a continual issue that we deal important for people to understand that it is a threat the tax takes effect in april, but it could be at least a year before the department is fully staffed. the tax will also add a smaller number of officers in henderson, mesquite, boulder city, and north las vegas. americans are still signing up for obamacare despite president-elect donald trump's vow to repeal it. the department of health and human services said today that so far....at least one million people have selected plans for
people signed up in the three days following the election-- trump has promised to quickly dismantle the program that --- but it would take some time to work its way through congress. according to obama administration projections...some 11-point-4 million people are expected to enroll in 2017. open enrollment runs through january 31. new homeowners and new heartbreak.. ahead... an abc news investigation into problems with newly built an organization that connects entertainers with important causes and charity events is holding its own fundraiser show this friday! kats columnist john katsilometes is coming up. and here's a live look at the new york stock exchange... ((ad-lib)) ((ad-lib)) now to the investigation into
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hundreds of thousands of dollars..... only to find what they say is poor workmanship.... our chief investigative correspondent brian ross is here with more in suburban washington, d.c., the owner of this new home has a hole in her foundation, and a snake that moved in underneath. brian ross: all up and down, things? the people in this new subdivision in virginia say their great looking houses, on the outside, are chock full of problems and defects on the inside. jackie: (08:47:15) it was very upsetting because it's the most expensive purchase any of us are gonna make. in one subdivision after another charlotte/wsoc: the water would start here and then travel along the ceiling ? our investigation found homeowners claiming shoddy construction homeowner: settlement cracks, nail pops, paint issues, issues with the flooring with big well-known
small ? jennifer whyton: you continue living in something no one can give you answers for. no one'll fix it. //it was our house. it was where we lived. and we had to just walk away from it. what they all had, was a bad case of new home heartbreak harrison mccampbell: (37:03) it's just kinda typical of homes that are built to sell, not built to last. something these two men, sort of the sherlock holmes and watson of new home construction problems, say they see far too bill loden: all along there is a significant crack the industry trade group says unhappy homeowners are in the minority and that americans have expectations that are just too high. jerry howard: (01:02:58) the american consumer expects a perfect home. there's no such thing as a perfect home. yet, documents show the homebuilders, including the biggest, d.r. horton, set aside hundreds of millions of dollars a year to deal with construction defect claims in its brand new homes, horton calling it "the ordinary course of business." jerry
quality of the housing being built is as good as it's ever been. better. brian ross: better than ever? jerry howard: yes, sir. brian ross: are they shoddy? jerry howard: i say no. again and again, it was only after the builders knew abc news or one of our stations was on the case, that repair crews finally showed up. the bulldozer to re-do the drainage system at simone engell's home in alabama didn't show up until after abc news started to ask questions. simone: it's only because abc news is here or they would not have fixed it. in indiana, it was only after wrtv got builder sent an executive to check out roofing and drainage issues. and outside houston, the builder, d.r. horton, actually offered the buy this house back after our station ktrk began to investigate a homeowner's complaints of defects and problems. homeowner: they weren't even moving until you guys got involved. now to a consumer alert... just in time for the holidays--
"most dangerous toys. the list from the "world against toys causing harm" includes-- a plush elephant pillow that could be a suffocation hazard. some shooting toys that are strong enough to cause eye injuries, and multiple items with small pieces that a child could choke on. the list is on k-t-n-v.com. a police k-9 in idaho is making shot during an officer involved shooting in boise... it took four doctors to save the dog along with blood transfusions from two dog blood donors! the dog named "jardo" did lose one of his lungs in the shooting. "jardo" is already up and moving around...the vet says it's pretty remarkable given his injury.
and we are feeling it already! breezy conditions this morning turn into a wind advisory for all of southern nevada starting at 10am and will last to at least 1am thursday morning. the mountains and red rock areas will have the strongest winds gusting between 40 and 60 mph through today and tonight with the valley gusting up to 40 mph. sustained winds look to hold between 15 and 25 mph this afternoon; allowing for dust, sand, pollen, and small debris to be whirled up into the air. visibility may be lower today for an air quality advisory is not out of the picture. high temperatures today will range between 75 and 80 degrees with mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies. by tomorrow, the winds will slightly weaken but gusts between 25 and 35 mph will be common along with high temperatures plummeting to between 58 and 62 degrees valley wide. morning lows on the mountain will be 18 degrees and with the windy conditions, wind chill will be closer to -1! here in the valley, morning lows will
30s. because morning lows will be so chilly due to the wind, checking your 4 ps is a good idea! pipes, pets, plants and people! any exposed outdoor pipes should be wrapped and insulated. outdoor potted plants and pets should be brought inside for warmth and make sure your elderly relatives and friends are prepped for the morning chill. by the weekend, high pressure will take over again and and light winds will be common. high temperatures look to rise but only to the upper 60s and low 70s. monday may bring a small chance for rain with the approach of a new disturbance but models are not all on the same page just yet. :53-1:03 pause for 10 seconds of nats a big announcement when it
say ricky martin will have a residency right here in las vegas at the monte carlo. m-g-m is expected to make the announcement later today.... he apparently announced it at the taping of a daytime tv talk show that will air today. ricky martin adds to a list of other performers already announced for this space. bruno mars, cher, and stevie nicks.... so what makes this one special? john katsilometes of the review-journal is here to talk
spring break for your thanksgiving table in an hour of stuffing gone wild. clinton's serving up a crispy creation with the incredible andrew rannells. michael and daphne are teaming up to make a duo of stuffing sensations. plus, anything can happe mario rolls the dice. get ready to get stuffed, right now, on "the chew". [ cheers and applause ] ? >> hey, everybody. welcome to "the chew". thank you very much. thank you. woo! i know what you guys are excited about. we all know the ultimate thanksgiving feast has all the fixins -- mashed potatoes, pumpkin pie, a beautiful turkey.