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it happened overnight -- at a home -- near washington and decatur. police say -- 2 other people living inside the home -- heard an argument -- then saw jacob driscoll -- running away. police caught up to him a short time later -- as he tried go into someone else's house. the victim died at university medical center. developing now -- a manhunt is
of killing -- a san-antonio police officer. detective -- benjamin marconi -- a 20-year-veteran -- was gunned down in broad daylight -- just outside police headquarters. sot broadcastify - verbated: "i've got an officer down in front of headquarters." ///butted to/// "i need ems right now." so far -- police have no motive in the shooting. they've released this photo of the suspect's car -- and this surveillance picture of the suspect.. hoping somebody can identify him. in illinois -- businesses -- are still cleaning up ... after a deadly gas a few -- are open tonight.... but many are still boarded up! front windows were destroyed in the explosion wednesday. investigators say...it happened -- as utility workers -- tried to fix a gas leak! thankfully -- people who live nearby say ....there hasn't been any looting. meantime.. a very busy weekend ...for the trump transition team. yasmin amer reports ...the president-elect continues to meet with top prospects ... to fill key cabinet positions. --reporter pkg-as follows-- nats president-elect donald
at his private new jersey golf club meeting with high profile figures. trump tweeted early sunday.. that numerous patriots will be coming to bedminster as he continues to fill his administration. among those.. new jersey gov. chris christie ..who was removed as head of trump's transition team.. and former new york city mayor rudy giuliani .. said to be on the short list for secretary of state. the same role former massachusetts governor mitt romney.. who met with the president-elect on saturday is also being considered for. mike pence / vice president-elect: "the president-elect was very grateful that governor mitt romney came in. they had a good meeting. along with some other distinguished americans." as the transition team continues pompeo as the next cia confirmation. and retired army lieutenant a controversial holiday newsletter -- scolding donald trump supporters -- is getting
customers. once you flip past the sales -- you get to this -- a column written by the business owner. he writes -- quote: "for the next 4 years --the 80% of this country -- who did not just vote -- for an openly racist candidate -- are going to treat you -- like you are the kind of person -- who would vote for an openly racist candidate." (melinda "he could have sent out his traditional holiday newsletter but instead he decided to stand up and state what he believes there's consequences to business newsletters too." it is too early to tell -- what impact -- the owner's comments -- will have on his business. another rally -- involving donald trump -- outside trump tower -- in new york city. of different religions -- and
2016, protesting for equality. when they've gotten equality (bleep) their entire life. police are called in to break up a protest .... in austin, texas! a group of.... black lives matter ... protesters .... confronted a white lives matter demonstration . the clash happened yesterday at the texas state capitol . earlier ... governor greg abbott had dedicated a monument... recognizing the african-americans to the state. the white lives matter protesters were upset because ... they say hate- crime laws favor people of color. small victories are cause for celebration! an 18-year-old .. shot in the head three times and left for dead ... is making a stunning recovery! evelyn bunte's dad says .... she moved to fort worth, texas in july.. with plans to start classes at a local community college. but he says she got in with a bad crowd ... about two weeks ago.. police found her inside her
the attack has left her blind and partially paralyzed... but it hasn't robbed her of her optimism! (evelyn bunte, shooting victim): "you might as well stay positive. there's no sense in feeling bad for yourself." police don't know why bunte was attacked ... but they believe the incident was not random! no one has been arrested so far. : a woman -- alone in a restaurant -- attacked by a violent stranger.. and -- it's all caught on camera. what the man said to her -- right before the punches sta flying. plus.. mortgage rates are up .... nearly one-percent since the election.. and that's without the feds raising rates! what you can expect in the months ahead ... so you don't waste your money! and remember -- chopper-13 brings you breaking news --
by the time police arrived, the man had gotten away. now to the latest consumer news from contact 13! if you've been holding out ...hoping mortgage rates would go even lower. you may have just lost your chance. todd walker ....is looking at the impact the election is having ...on what we pay. --pkg full=-- it was expected that mortgage rates would start going up within the next year.. but the surprise has been how much they have spiked since donald trump won the election just a week ago.. bankrate.com tracks rates this is the national average over the last month for a 30 half a percent.. to just shy of 4 percent in one week. it could vary depending on where you live.. in some hot markets it's up to 4 and a half percent. again.. in the short term.. but in the long term.. the fed is expected to raise rates next year.. out on buying a house.. these rate hikes may end up costing 10's of thousands of dollars extra in interest over the life of a 30 year loan. tyler duncan loan officer, supreme lending 5:37 "the
5:48 these rate hikes coming as but has since recovered and stabilized. for the now, i'm todd walker. this one -- falls into the when will they ever learn file. quite the stir -- at the louisiana state capitol. take a look. a state rep -- sends a birthday cake to another lawmaker. it's designed to look like a woman's bikini -- with a note -- reading -- quote : "he likes his cake -- and eats it too." capitol. this is not the locker room. this is not a birthday party and it's not a bachelor party." the man who brought in the cake says -- he never meant to
he goes on to say -- there are more important things to worry about -- than a birthday cake. you can say a church in milwaukee ....has a lot of people pumped ...ahead of the holiday season! the kingdom-fellowship church ... gave away free gas this weekend! but they paid another way ... with their time! some ...in line for two hours. the church's pastor says...the giveaway was a statement about what's going on in the country right now. pastor robert randolph, kingdom faith fellowship h because we get the opportunity to be the antidote to all the giveaway organized by the church no free gas giveaway in las vegas.. but gas prices aren't look too bad. right now...the averag price for a gallon of regular in the city is $2.44. according to triple-a.. that's about a quarter less than this time last year. it's world day of rememberance -- for people killed on roads. so far this year -- 192 lives
13-action news -- marti glaser -- spoke with families of some of the victim's. she's here now live in studio. marti? holidays are suppose to be joyful ..... but for those who have lost a loved one....it is one more reminder of tough times. . 33759 everyday - something new alittle reminder - someone who foesnt completely understand because its been almost 4 years . new years day- 2013- 33556 my son was walking on the sidewalk with his girlfriend and they were hit by an impaired driver completed the puzzle nat they hard to tell by looking at her -there is nothing worse than a mom losing h child but wa makes hill says jessie decided when he was 16 and about to
donor and saved 18 lives . blood donations helped save so this hoiliday season....they're asking that you think before you get behind the wheel and drive drunk. marti glaser 13 action news. the season's first big snow storm -- is on the move -- heading northeast. parts of upstate new york -- expecting 10-to-20 inches the storm's bringing in a frigid cold front -- causing temperatures to plummet -- up to 40 degrees -- in less than 24 hours. in west virginia -- college
the stands as the snow fell. in michigan -- players and cheerleaders could be seen -- making snow angels -- on the field. ad-lib a pacific storm system will bring chances for rain and a little cool-down to the area to start the workweek. chances for rain for the las vegas valley look best starting morning hours and will then clear out as we head into the will see more sunshine on 60s. highs will continue in the mid 60s on wednesday, but another system will bring some wind and cloud cover that day. light winds on thursday. expect mainly sunny skies on black friday and to start the weekend, along with highs in another storm system approaches the area.
box office this weekend. the fantasy flick fantastic beasts -- and where to find them -- is opening at the top spot -- pulling in 75-million dollars. doctor strange -- falls to number- two -- with close to 18-million bucks. the animated musical -- trolls -- is a close third -- raking in more than 17-million.
even over at the clark county library on east flamingo. it's the 25th anniversary ... of the classic movie "hook." in addition to watching the film ... families had a chance to have some birthday cake, and even take pictures with the screenwriter and some of the actors! folks also were able to give back to the community -- through the peter pan birthday-club. the club raises money for children's hospitals throughout the country. a neighborhood nuisance -- has people afraid -- to go outside!!! 5:27 sue: i felt like a prisoner in my own of the time. i wasn't even comfortable going between, no neighborhood is immune to squatters--not even mine. 13-action news -- wants to help you stay informed 24/7. so sign up -- for breaking news e- alerts -- at ktnv.com. just go to the member's page -- and click on the contest tab --
darcy spears ....learns that first hand...when squatters moved onto her street! /nat sequence with drilling boards and spray painting no trespassing/ the boarded up windows and trespassing warnings will hopefully be the straw that breaks the squatters backs at this summerlin home. /nat pop/ but for nearly a 5:27 sue: i felt like a prisoner in my own home a lot of the time. i wasn't even comfortable going in my own backyard because of them being so close. neighbors sue and georgia are among a group who kept watch sue lives right next door. she called police one night after hearing a woman screaming from inside the home. 3:59 sue: it sounded like someone was being beat up or harmed in some way. just a blood-curdling scream. metro got its first call for service in september, 2015 for
gunshots and vehicles speeding from neighborhood. police have been here seven times in the last seven months--towing illegal cars, investigating fraud involving nv energy, and looking for suspicious vehicles and people. police say whenever someone was home, they refused to answer the door. 11:46 darcy stand-up: some squatter homes are used as drug houses, some are turned into chop shops, but this one was a porn palace! check out what was inside! contact 13 obtained photos showing the home pornography studio--maybe even a brothel. there were whips, thigh cuffs and boxes of stilettos. the sparse furniture included a curtained four-post bed, stripper pole and some mirrors. locks were busted out of doors, there was a drawer of drug paraphernalia, and boxes labeled with girls' names. 8:00 jeremy aguero/applied analysis: your story is an awful one and i wish it was isolated, but it's not at all.
analysis has been examining the valley's squatter problem... 1:31 jeremy: which has become a pretty significant challenge for us in southern nevada. 15:08 darcy stand-up (will need to b- roll some of this) banks may be partly to blame for our squatter problem because of something called "shadow inventory." homes that are bank-controlled but maybe were left in a long-gone owners' name or simply languishing in limbo because the bank has failed to foreclose, making the homes easy prey for squatters. 4:23 jeremy: sometimes when you see homes not being transferred in interest, whether it's for a bank or another purpose, it's be have to bear the property taxes or don't want to have to maintain that particular property. sometimes it's just easier to leave it in limbo. he says that's more the exception than it used to be, but homes that get lost in the shuffle are particularly problematic. this home in my neighborhood went into default in 2005, but gmac didn't take action to foreclose until this september--after contact 13 got involved. 3:00 darcy: we're all dealing with it. this is our home and our neighborhood. but to them, it's a bottom line
yes. it's all about the money. there are 1,390 bank-owned homes in southern nevada and as you can see on this map, they're everywhere. fannie mae owns more than any other bank. 7:46 jeremy: whether it's a high end neighborhood or a low-end neighborhood, no one wants to be living next to someone that doesn't care at all about the property that they're occupying and that in and of itself is the biggest problem that we have. darcy tag: state laws passed in reaction to the recession made it much harder for banks share of homes floating along. now legislators are looking at more new laws to combat the unforeseen consequence of squatting. darcy spears, 13 action news. a desperate manhunt underway -- right now -- in texas. a police officer -- gunned down during a traffic stop -- just outside police headquarters. what we're now learning -- about this brazen attack. plus... another officer ...under attack in washington.
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gunman -- who killed a police officer -- in cold blood. this -- happening during a traffic stop -- across the street -- from police headquarters. officer and -- dramatic cell phone person ....who jumped in to help! a warning for parents tonight -- after a toy truck suddenly explodes -- setting a family's pick up truck -- on fire. what you need to know -- before you do that holiday shopping. but first -- a live look some areas -- even getting a few sprinkles earlier. let's check in...with karla huelga...for your 13 first alert forecast! karla ...any chance we could see more rain today? a pacific storm system will bring chances for rain and a little cool-down to the area to start the workweek. chances for rain for the las vegas valley look best starting in the overnight hours and continuing into monday morning. it looks like chances for rain will continue through the late morning hours and will then clear out as we head into the
60s. highs will continue in the mid 60s on wednesday, but another system will bring some wind and we'll also see sunny skies and light winds on thursday. expect mainly sunny skies on black friday and to start the drop in highs to the low 60s as another storm system approaches the area. an update tonight ... on that plane crash in elko! altho ... when the plane went down in a parking lot ... police say ... the pilot likely saved a number of lives! he was able to steer that plane ...
medical crew members... and a patient were on board friday night ... when the american med-flight plane took off from elko regional airport... it was headed to a hospital in utah. investigators say... there was some sort of a mechanical problem...right before the crash right now -- a massive manhunt --underway in san antonio, texas. detective benjamin marconi -- gunned down -- while he was writing a traffic ticket -- just outside police headquarters. marconi was sitting in his cruiser -- when another car pulled up behind him. a man walked up to -- firing two bullets into his head. chief william mcmanus: "it's everyone's worst nightmare. we never want to see anything like this happen. unfortunately, like dallas like baton rouge it's happened here." police -- releasing this surviellance photo -- of the suspects car -- as he made his getaway. they're also looking for this man -- calling him a person of interest. police say he may have information on the murder. so far -- no word -- on why the officer was targeted. detective marconi -- was a 20-
a major development tonight -- in a sad and baffling case! it involves this newborn who was snatched out of a home in kansas -- after her mother was murdered. police say... they've found baby sofia alive -- hundreds of miles -- and two states -- away. abc's philip mena has the latest. this morning - baby sophia reunited with family as investigators from two states and the fbi work to find out who killed her mother.. and why. newborn sophia gonzales? found alive and healthy in dallas - university wrestling team! school officials say ...some of the members have been suspended... after accusations that they sent lewd and racist text messages! the messages are said to include homophobic and racial slurs.... as well as ... crude sexual comments about women. the school has apologized . they say... this was a wake-up call .. and they're taking the investigation very seriously. president-elect donald trump
new questions arise -- about his top choices so far -- and his signature plan to create jobs. plus -- there's still that ongoing twitter feud -- with the broadway musical hamilton. abc's -- mary bruce -- has the latest. natsot - donald trump / (r) president-elect "great day!" smiling and statesmanlike... the president-elect eager for another round of meetings. but a frustrated donald trump still venting about the broadway hit show "hamilton." natsot - "we truly hope that this show has inspired you to uphold our american values and to work on behalf of all of actors and producers to president-elect trump: "they were very inappropriate." but pence doesn't seem to agree... (fox news sunday) sot - gov. mike pence / (r) vice- president elect "i wasn't offended by what was said." at trump's new jersey golf club - a parade of cabinet contenders waving to the cameras? but already trump's team forced to defend his headline picks: like national security advisor lt. general michael flynn - who has called islam a cancer? (abc this week) sot - reince priebus / chairman, rnc / incoming white house chief of staff raddatz: "is he in line with
islam?" priebus: "well, i think so. i mean, look, phrasing can always be done differently but clearly there are some aspects of that faith that are problematic." and attorney general pick senator jeff sessions - who was rejected 30 years ago for a federal judgeship?. (1986) sot - sen. jeff sessions / (r) alabama "i am not a racist." ?still denying charges of racist behavior to this day. (abc this week) sot - sen. charles schumer / (d) new york "the only fair thing to do is ask a lot of questions, very thorough questions, and then make an opinion." scrutiny also falling on trump's much touted trillion dollar infrastructure plan? how will it be financed? sot - rebecca jarvis / abc news chief economic & business correspondent "now the details seem to be more inclined that will be a key question going forward." just two months until inauguration day. mary bruce, abc news, bedminster, new jersey.
police officer -- in washington state -- caught on camera. the officer -- was responding to reports -- a man had broken a window -- at a nearby fast-food restaurant. the man refused to follow the officer's orders -- and began attacking him. then -- out of nowhere -- a good samaritan rushes in -- and helps the officer -- fight him off. :52 "what i saw was someone who was just viciously attacking somebody. butt with. 1:00 "if we can help each jumping in to help get that guy the officer -- suffering some cuts and bruises in the attack -- but thankful for the help. that was philip mena reporting. next -- a community on edge -- in northern california. brazen gunmen -- suspected in a number of robberies. how some new technology -- helped police put a stop -- to the violent rampage. plus... first it was exploding samsung phones ... now it's toys! a warning tonight ....before you do that
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a mom killed...her baby snatched out of her home... tonight that baby has been found alive. abc's philip mena has the latest. this morning - baby sophia reunited with family as investigators from two states and the fbi work to find out and why. newborn sophia gonzales? found alive and healthy in dallas - two days after she was abducted from her home in wichita. chief gordon ramsay, wichita police: "this is the best possible outcome to a very sad case." thursday afternoon (3:30 pm) - sophia's father comes home to find his little girl friday morning (10 am) - still no suspects. the fbi now joining the investigation. saturday (9:15 am) - police announce an fbi tip has led the search to a home in dallas
custody. brad garrett, abc news consultant: "expertise, technology and speed are probably the three things the fbi brings to the table" as far as the relationship between the suspects and the victim... chief gordon ramsay, wichita police: "can't say much, only that they knew each other//this is a complicated case and want t right." today? family and friends.. coming to grips ... and remembering the 27 year old mother...who will never get to see baby sophia grow up. terrifying surveillance video a group of thieves -- armed with shotguns -- holding up a liquor store. authorities say -- the group is behind as many -- as 16 robberies across california-- often holding up 2 stores a night. 18 "about 3 guys. 1 armed with a shotgun. 1 guy hopped over the counter.
grab the money. authorities -- finally able to catch up with the gunmen -- using a high-tech strategy -- called crime- forecasting. after the thieves held up one business last night -- cops knew the crooks -- would hit up another one -- a short itme later. police -- spread out across the city -- eventually catching the men. :49 " at least one of the men pointed a shotgun at officers fearing for thier's and others safety, police fired their weapons." police shot 2 of the suspects -- both teenagers. both are in stable condition. he's still on the loose. a firefighter has died ... trying to rescue people ...who fell into a river in savannah, georgia! one of the ramps ... on the city's river street collapsed ... sending at least a dozen people into the water! officials say ... the firefighter had an apparent medical emergency during the rescue. crews racing ... to pull those still struggling ... out of the water.
the river. "people were trying to grab people that were in the river -- they were trying to yank them out. some people were just trying to hold onto arms because the right now -- two people are recovering -- after this boat explodes -- in northern florida. it happened -- about 30 miles south of jacksonville. police say -- several people were working on the boat -- when they heard a loud pop. them -- to jump into the water. the flames -- jumped to two other boats. no word on what caused the explosion. a frantic operation ... off the coast of massachusetts! 6 people were rescued from this fishing boat -- when it began sinking. the coast guard able to safely get everyone off.... before the boat went under. no word why the boat began to sink. it's beginning to look a lot like winter -- in parts of new jersey. just take a look.
north of newark. people -- having some fun -- heading outside to play. some places -- saw as much --as four inches of snow. after some of the same areas -- saw temperatures near 60. ((adlib wx toss)) a pacific storm system will bring chances for rain and a little cool-down to the area to start the workweek. chances for rain for the las vegas valley look best starting in the overnight hours and it looks like chances for rain will continue through the late morning hours and will then clear out as we head into the afternoon. expect breezy winds and highs in the low to mid 60s tomorrow. the system moves out and we will see more sunshine on tuesday with highs in the mid 60s. highs will continue in the mid 60s on wednesday, but another system will bring some wind and cloud cover that day. we'll see a little cool-down to the low 60s in the system's wake on thanksgiving.
light winds on thursday. expect mainly sunny skies on black friday and to start the weekend, along with highs in the mid 60s. we'll get a bit more cloud cover on sunday and a slight drop in highs to the low 60s as another storm system approaches the area. ((adlib wx close)) look best starting in the overnight hours and continuing into monday morning. it looks like chances for rain will continue through the late morning hours and will then clear out as we head into the expect breezy winds and highs in the low to mid 60s tomorrow. the system moves out and we will see more sunshine on tuesday with highs in the mid 60s. highs will continue in the mid 60s on wednesday, but another system will bring some wind and cloud cover that day. we'll see a little cool-down to the low 60s in the system's wake on thanksgiving. we'll also see sunny skies and light winds on thursday. expect mainly sunny skies on black friday and to start the weekend, along with highs in the mid 60s.
cover on sunday and a slight drop in highs to the low 60s as another storm system approaches the area. look best starting in the overnight hours and continuing into monday morning. it looks like chances for rain will continue through the late morning hours and will then clear out as we head into the afternoon. expect breezy winds and highs in the low to mid 60s tomorrow. the system moves out and we will see more sunshine on tu 60s. highs will continue in the mid 60s on wednesday, but another system will bring some wind and cloud cover that day. we'll see a little cool-down to the low 60s in the system's wake on thanksgiving. we'll also see sunny skies and light winds on thursday. expect mainly sunny skies on black friday and to start the weekend, along with highs in the mid 60s. we'll get a bit more cloud look best starting in the overnight hours and continuing into monday morning.
morning hours and will then clear out as we head into the afternoon. expect breezy winds and highs in the low to mid 60s tomorrow. the system moves out and we will see more sunshine on tuesday with highs in the mid 60s. highs will continue in the mid 60s on wednesday, but another system will bring some wind and cloud cover that day. we'll see a little cool-down to the low 60s in the system's wake on thanksgiving. we'll also see sunny skies and light winds on thursday. expect mainly sunny skies on black friday an weekend, along with highs in the mid 60s. we'll get a bit more cloud cover on sunday and a slight drop in highs to the low 60s as another storm system approaches the area. ((adlib wx close)) a contact-13 consumer alert tonight. toys-r-us -- is pulling a tonka truck off their shelves --
claims it could be -- a fire hazard a washington family says -- the ride-on dump truck exploded -- bursting into flames -- on their way home from the store. they say -- put out the fire -- and started to bring the toy back to the store. but -- on their way back -- they say -- the truck caught burst into flames again -- this time -- setting fire to their pick-up truck. the company is now here's a look at what's coming up later tonight on channel 13! at 7 -- america's funniest home videos at 8 -- american music awards. at 11 -- 13 action news in tonight's dirty dining-- contact-13 chief investigator -- darcy spears -- is tackling -- a whole new layer -- of dirty! 34:21 darcy stand-up tease: dirty dining is heading to a strip mall anchored by a strip about ever eating out again? join me, coming up...
our dirty dining journey begins at thai street cafe on industrial and desert inn. with 39 demerits, customers should see a c grade hanging here--like in the health district's picture. 29:46 darcy: where's your c grade? it used to be posted up there but now it's gone. chef aminy norchan: yeah, i don't know where she put. darcy: you know it has to be posted in full public view? chef: yeah, i know that. 30:00 darcy: your customers need to know what they're getting into. chef: yes. dumplings. lots of other foodw temperature danger zone--which the chef blamed on an electrical outage. there were small flies throughout the facility. and a camping cot in the dry storage area. 28:46 chef: um, that for... is... the owner. is not for us. darcy: the owner sleeps back there? chef: before, but now he is not here. he go somewhere. he not here long time like one month already. chef aminy norchan says
wrong. 27:40 darcy: you know the kitchen was pretty dirty and there was stuff that looked like it hadn't been cleaned in a long time. aminy norchan: yeah, but now, it's good now. darcy: it's good when you're here? chef: yeah. darcy: is it bad when you're not here? chef: yes. but this type of heavy residue of grease and old food debris doesn't happen in a day. /nat transition/ we've got four imminent health hazard closures and three are dirty dining repeat offenders. at decatur, this picture is enough to scare you away for good. old raw chicken pieces strewn over equipment and the prep table, garnished with a dead cockroach. a multi-generational cockroach infestation closed this repeat offender's doors. sushi 21's own pest control reports document a "severe roach population." kitchen wares and food contact surfaces were dirty, greasy and unsanitary. the floor under equipment had clearly not been cleaned in who knows how long. it looks like someone vomited on the floor in this picture.
/nat/ tacos y tortas el panzon on sunset near sandhill is another repeat offender. they were shut down for no hot water. but inspectors also found a dead roach, dirty shelves, walls and ceilings, and a strong odor coming from the employee restroom. /nat/ honey pig korean bbq on spring mountain and decatur is making it's third dirty dining appearance. the were shut down for failing re- inspection from a previous downgrade. /nat/ and dollar tree on maryland parkway and flamingo was shut down for a rodent infes for sale was contaminated with rodent droppings and had been chewed through. the rodents food of choice seems to be noodles and for dessert, cookies. darcy tag: thai street cafe still has a c, but they say the owner is focused on fixing violations and getting ready
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