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is threatening thousands of people -- forcing evacuations for residents and tourists at popular spots - like dolly parton's "dollywood." three pepole are dead this afternoon and at least a dozen people have been injured. reporter matthew torres.. is in the thick of it.. with a look at the damage left behind. our current storm system is
taper down through the rest of the afternoon. however, it will be a cold night with our first freeze of the season expected tomorrow morning. a freeze warning will be in effect tomorrow morning from 2am-8am for central and northeast portions of clark county. the warning does include the las vegas valley with overnight lows between 31 and 37 expected. search for a man who sexually
young girl on thanksgiving. police are now calling the attack random. they say the assault happened at an apartment complex near lake mead and buffalo. an -8- year-old girl and her -5- year-old brother were playing outside when the man told the little boy to go inside. the man then took the girl to a secluded area near the building and sexually assaulted her. police hav composite sketch of the suspect. if you have any information--call police. take a look at your screen... police need your help finding this man. they say is a suspect in a string of armed robberies at convinience stores in the southeast part of the valley. officers identifed him as lamar griffin. he's currently wanted on 6 counts of robbery. he is considered armed and dangerous. officials are trying to find out why a passenger on a united airlines flight opened the
look at this cellphone video.. you can see her sprinting across the the tarmac. the flight from new orleans to houston had just landed at george bush intercontinental airport yesterday afternoon. passengers say the woman busted open the door.. jumped onto the airplane's wing.. and then jumped nearly 20 feet to the ground before bolting. as we were sitting on the ground d jumped out of the plane and started running down the tarmac toward the terminal. the woman didn't get far.. she was eventually taken into hosptial for a psychiatric evaluation. authorities say she won't face charges. a customer is raising money for a store clerk who was berated by a shopper. she recorded the incident on her cellphone. "your job is to ring people up and tell them to have a nice day." ///butted to/// "i am making a report against you, you discriminated against me twice." this happened inside a michael's in chicago.
laced with racial slurs.. after a black employee and store manager told her she needed to buy a larger bag. jessie grady, shopper: "the things she screamed at all those employees, nobody should be subject to that abuse." shopper jessie grady felt compelled to record the incident to defend the manager. but she says she felt she needed to do more. so she started a go fund. her goal? a 400-dollar gift card for the manager. at last check donations from than 12 thousand dollars. developing now.. donald trump is getting mixed responses to his call for a penalty for burning the flag. trump tweeted this morning. "nobody should be be allowed to burn the american flag" he went on to say "if they do - there must be consequences - perhaps loss of citizenship or year in a jail." the supreme court has twice affirmed the right to burn the american flag as a form of a
today president elect donald trump named elaine chao as as transportation secretary. she served as secretary of labor under president george w. bush from 2001 to 2009, and also served as deputy secretary of transportation . the welcome to north las vegas sign has undergone a major makeover mayor john lee and students from williams elementary to unveiled thew new sign earlier today on the corner of pecos and owens. earlier this year students asked the a adopt the sign, which was plagued with grafitti. williams elementary has also agreed to help maintain the area around the sign. here's a live look at summerlin parkway where traffic troubles are on the way. construction starts december fourth between durango and rampart and it's expected to last through january. crews will be working on several different projects at once. you should expect delays.. and it may even be better to avoid the area during rush
watching netflix, especially with the weather like this.... but now some cities in california are proposing a tax for binge watchers! but could it come to nevada ? tricia kean ad lib and.. don't forget to download the all new 13 action news app.. featuring live streaming.. video on demand and inc weather radar. it's free in the app store and in google play.
now for consumer news from contact 13. bad news for netflix "bingers". dozens of cities across california are considering taxing netflix and other video streaming services. lawmakers behind the tax say we're taxed on cable tv subscription.. so why not streaming? with 47 million netflix subscribers in the u-s.. tax rates ranging from one to eleven percent of your bill could mean a potential tax pot of over half a billion dollars a year. streaming business...launching direct t-v now tomorrow.... the service will be available to view on smartphones and tablets...and on apple tv and amazon fire tv. our 13 days of giving is underway right now. today it's taking over the 13 action news lobby. that's where we find 13 action news anchor tricia kean. tricia.. how's it going out there? 13 action news, the nevada
a new unwrapped toy valued between 10 and 20 dollars during the 13 days of giving. donation bins are at findlay toyota, nevada coin mart and other valley locations. for a complete list, see ktnv dot com. all gifts will be distributed by the las vegas rescue mission to families in need. this saturday to celebrate the 13 days of giving, the nevada highway patrol with the help of the clark county school district police will be at the nhp southern command collecting toys and inspecting your child car seats. they also have a limited number starting at 8am at the nhp southern command on sunset near decatur. mart and zippy shell are proud sponsors of 13 action news and the 13 days of giving. there are donation bins all over the place to make it
over the place to make it easier to drop off the toys. of course you can drop it off at our station. but there's also nevada coin n-h-p southen command. a couple more drop off locations-- triple-a southern nevada and findlay toyota at the valley auto mall. and of course we want to thank findlay toyota nevada coin mart and zippy shell. they're all proud sponsors of 13-action news and the 13-days of giving. new at 3-30.. tiffany is blaming its neighbor for falling sales at its flagship store. the high-end jeweler's new york location is near trump tower.
but the nearby chaos they said, had "some adverse effect on traffic" at its 5-th avenue store. and, the company warned sales could be hit again in the fourth quarter. tiffany's new york store accounts for nearly 10-percent of the company's total sales. a small act of kindness is quickly going viral a colorado woman snapped this photo of a homeless man in a wheelchair on the side of the highway.. and dangerously close to traffic near in the picture.. a kind police officer is helping the man pick up some things he had dropped on the ground. the woman's picture has more than 200 likes on facebook. "i think a big movement that's going around is to make america kind again, and any acts of kindness portrayed especially during this season, it's awesome of course.. the police officer says he was just doing his job. it's the same answer we got from this officer.. caught helping a woman clean up
let's go to 13 first alert meteorologist karla huelga our current storm system is slowly exiting east and the breezy winds will taper down through the rest of the afternoon. however, it will be a cold night with our first freeze of the season expected tomorrow morning. a freeze warning will be in effect tomorrow morning from 2am-8am for central and northeast portions of clark county. the warning does include the lows between 31 and 37 expected. tomorrow will be a mainly sunny day with highs in the mid 50s as we will be between systems. thursday, high temps will warm by a degree or two, but it won't last as our next system will be making its way into the area. the system exits by saturday morning and we will gain a few degrees and see more sunshine, however the winds will still be breezy. we make our way to around 60 on
prescription drug users. in any given month, an estimated 48-percent of the population is taking at least one pharmaceutical medicine. kim hutcherson reports.. sometimes ... those drugs that are supposed to help us have some unintended effects. --reporter pkg-as follows-- dangerous interactions between medicines are sending an increasing number of americans to the emergency room. that's according to a c-d-c study published in the journal of the american medical association. researchers examined data from over 42- thousand emergency room visits in 2013 and 2014. they found that drug reactions sent one in every 250 americans to the e-r during that time. more than a quarter of those patients experienced effects so
during the same time period, drug interactions accounted for 35- percent of emergency room visits among adults 65 and older. in 2005 and 2006 -- the last time drug reactions were studied -- they only accounted for 26-percent of e-r visits for that age group. estimates indicate that three types of drugs led to nearly half of these e-r visits. blood thinners led to hemorrhages, antibiotics caused severe allergic diabetes drugs caused hypoglycemia with neurological effects. the study's authors said health care professionals should be more careful about managing patients who take these kinds of drugs. for today's health minute, i'm kim hutcherson. we'll be back with a look at today's top stories and a final check of your forecast! and.. before we head to break.. a look at tonight's abc primetime lineup. take a look at this view from chopper 13.
overtime to get control of a deadly wildfire. more than a dozen fires are raging across east tennessee right now. dozens of people are fighting for a higher minimum wage today. they marched outside mcdonald's on the las vegas strip. another protest is set to begin in about one hour. students and faculty at u-n-l-v are trying to spark change... after this year's presidential election. a petition to designate unlv as a "sanctuary campus" reportedly want the school to protect illegal immigrants if president elect trump follows through on a campaign promise to deport millions of them. coming up on 13 action news.. live at 5... people preying on grandmothers! and they're more organized than you may think! we're live with what you need to know to keep your family safe! then later.. all new on 13 action news live at 6.. two brothers' young lives cut
accident... tonight at six... what the suspected drunk driver had to say in court and how the victim's mom is reacting. that does it for 13 action news live at 3:30.. but stay with us for judge judy up don't forget.. we're always on at ktnv.com and on our mobile app. we'll see you back here in 60-minutes for 13-action news live at 5. until then.. thanks for watching and have a
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>> she's been just a terrible neighbor. >> judge judy: and you are right next door to each other? >> yes, ma'am. >> announcer: on edge at the property line. >> she has these wild parties all the time. she blocks my driveway constantly. >> announcer: but is her story out-of-bounds? >> her and another lady were on my porch with weapons. >> judge judy: you believe that the plaintiff killed your cat? >> she's delusional. >> judge judy: she's what? >> delusional.
the courtroom of judge judith sheindlin. the people are real. the cases are real. the people are real. the cases are real. the rulings are final. captions paid for by cbs television distribution arnissha delaney is suing her neighbor rolanda anthony-smith for medical bills and pain and suffering, claiming rolanda's dog bit her. >> byrd: order! all rise! this is case number 164 on the calendar in the matter of >> judge judy: thank you. >> byrd: you're welcome, judge. parties have been sworn in. you may be seated. sir, have a seat. >> judge judy: miss delaney, how long have you and the defendant been neighbors? >> about 18 months now. >> judge judy: at the time of this incident -- and this incident is almost a year old. >> yes. >> judge judy: so you were there for about six months? >> i'd been there for about three months. we moved in march of 2012, and this incident happened june 3rd of 2012. >> judge judy: do you rent your home or own it? >> rent. >> judge judy: and you? >> own. >> judge judy: how long have you owned your home? >> about six years. >> judge judy: and you are right