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presidency... and now, the protests right here on the las vegas strip. did it go as planned or did metro have to get involved? plus, a man is behind bars after a woman is shot and killed. find out what police say may have motivated the person they arrested. and a massive wildfire continues to burn in the but flames aren't the only worry--- why people's health may be at risk! but first we're on top of breaking news. right now metro police are surrounding the area near unlv campus possibly investigating a barricade situation. action news fast and first to the scene on maryland near tropicana you can see police up and down the street there. northbound maryland is blocked off in the area. once we get more details we'll
and we have more breaking news -- a magnitude 7-point-8 earthquake strikes new zealand just hours ago. right now officials there are warning of a possible tsunami and urge residents to. move inland or to higher ground immediately. back in 2011 a 6-point-3 magnitude earthquake struck the same area killing 185 people. high pressure will build into the area and bring above area through wednesday. expect highs in the upper 70s with light winds through tuesday. by wednesday afternoon we will see a push of clouds and the winds pick up to breezy ahead of a system that will bring a significant cool-down. expect gusts to 30 mph on wednesday, then to 35 mph late wednesday 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
hundreds of people turned out to protest the presidency of donald protest the presidency of donald trump right here in las vegas. the protest began on social media and quickly took of. majority of the people are urging the electoral delegates to honor the popular vote and elect hillary clinton as president. although, clinton did win the popular vote, most of the protesters said they believe there is a slim-to- none chance the electoral delegates will change their mind. 231622 nora hanon, march organizer "i saw people that want to be heard and in las vegas we've never really had anything where we can be heard we don't have a voice usually so i wanted to just make something organic that everyone could just come out to"
holding signs saying "not my president" as well as "electoral college is unfair." more protests are scheduled through out the nation. while protest remained peaceful at home... another night of unrest in portland, oregon.. according to the police twitter page -- a group of protesters -- attacked a news crew. they say -- others -- threw glass bottles at police. several people -- have been meanwhile, presient-elect donald trump is lying low again -- working at home with his transition team to put together a trump administration. they have more than four thousand jobs to fill, meanwhile, those angry about his win show no signs of cooling off. abc's chuck sivertsen ["see- vert-sen"] has more. script: (nats up protests) as protestors strain at the barricades surrounding his namesake tower, donald trump's gilded penthouse may feel more like a gilded cage.
crowds prowled the streets -- raising their signs and their voices against the president-elect. sot protester: "i don't want him appointing supreme court justices." sot protester: from coast to coast -- signs of popular resistance to the populist president-in-waiting. (nats up) donald trump was out of the public eye for a second day saturday-- in his manhattan penthouse that now resembles a guardhouse -- barriers -- patrolled by heavily-armed police. headquarters for team trump as they put together their new administration. sot kellyanne conway: "oh, the mood is excellent. we're just working really hard to help form a government." turning the rumor mill -- big names for big jobs: campaign c-e-o, steve bannon, newt gingrich, r-n-c chairman reince priebus and former new york city mayor rudy giuliani. and when will we hear from president- elect trump? sot kellyanne conway: in the next couple days actually we're talking about that.
time with his family, he's receiving many visits, receiving many phone calls. his senior team has been with him almost nonstop. so, these are exciting times. [no excerpting 60 minutes clip] meanwhile, trump telling "60 minutes" that -- when he's president -- he'll be more careful about all those tweets: i find it tremendous. it's a modern form of communication. there should be nothing we at least seven protesters were arrested last night for being police officers. the city's police chief calls some of the protesters...instigat ors ...who came from out of town. police said on twitter the two officers suffered their injuries after trying to protect other protesters. :30 we want to have peaceful protest in our community..we want people to exercise their first amendment right, however we can't not allow for us to have violence or property damage. both officers are expected to be fine. despite all the protest,
together his administration. according to his campaign adviser kellyanne conway, the announcement of his chief-of-staff could come any day.. republican national committee chairman -- reince priebus -- is considered the front-runner -- according to cnn sources. but -- he's up against c-e-o steve bannon. he's a close confidante of trump. sources say -- the president-elect -- could make the announcement -- as early as monday. on winfrey says -- she's encouraged -- by this week's meeting -- between president obama and the presiden-elect. winfrey -- was an enthusiastic hillary clinton supporter -- during the campaign. she says -- thursday's meeting gave her hope for america. the new yorker released its first cover since donald trump won the presidential election -- and it features a stark image: a large wall of red bricks that partially obscures the
because once they heard the results of the election.... it felt like him and his staff were hit by a brick wall. the new yorker endorsed hillary clinton in october. new developments -- on the death of a woman in north las vegas. police arrested randall mccray accused of shooting and killing the woman last week near lamb and centennial. it is not yet clear why mccray shot her...but police did say it might have been domestic metro is still looking into a deadly accident near rainbow and yorktown. choppper-13 -- fast and first over the scene yeserday. two people are dead. it isn't clear -- what happened. but there was plenty of debris spread across the road. we will keep you updated with information as we get it. a man is fighting for his life after being hit by a car yesterday. good morning las vegas was
the crash, which happened near jones and flamingo is still under investigation. right now-- police say the man was crossing the street...but wasn't in a designated crosswalk. as for the driver...police say he took off but did come back in a different car. metro arrested him on multiple charges. right now-- metro is looking for the driver involved in a hit and run near smoke ranch and the 95. poli sign last night and crashed into a pole. that's when officers believe the driver along with three passengers inside the car ran away...a 15 year old boy was inside the car. that boy is in critical condition this morning some scary and tense moments at a shopping mall in albany, new york, when gun fire rang out. reports of shots being fired in a popular shopping mall forced the mall to go into lockdown. lots of police along with swat were sent to the mall.
they do have two people detained. he also says, he believes the person that fired the shots did run from the scene. 40-thousand people from around the world are in las vegas today for the annual rock and roll marathon. because of the marathon, there will be a number of road closures on the strip... in downtown las vegas this morning -- drivers and bus riders will be impacted. you can find a complete list of closures and detours on our also this weekend-- the annual aviation-nation air show over at nellis air force base.. they're celebrating 75 years of air power. more than 150-thousand people are expected to watch -the valley's very own air force thunderbirds. the event is free and runs today and tomorrow from 10-30
head to k-t-n-v dot com for more information! a shocking outcome in a high- profile murder trial... an ohio judge declares a mistrial in the case involving a white cop accused of killing an unarmed black man. why the outcome is drawing criticism and backlash and another shot at peace in colombia. the colombian president signs another peace deal, but will the colombian people approve it this time? ((ad-lib)) and, a local high school fight after a devastating injury. why he says he owes his comeback to another player... an ohio judge -- declares a
reports. --reporter pkg-as follows-- judge megan e. shanahan: "by reason of your inability to reach a verdict, i declare this case a mistrial." after jurors deliberated for more than 25 hours .. a hamilton county judge declared a mistrial in the case of former ohio police officer, ray tensing.. accused of murdering sam dubose during a traffic stop in 2015. it wouldn't be long before demonstrators took to the streets in protest. (nats) tensing was an officer for the university of dubose. the shooting was recorded on tensing's body cam. tensing testified on tuesday that he pulled dubose over for a missing license tag. the officer said he reached into the car to grab the car keys from the ignition but was dragged by the arm after dubose tried to take off.. and that's when he reached up and shot him. prosecutors argued tensing wasn't being pulled by the car
cincinnati mayor john cranley says he hopes the prosecutor will retry the case. john cranley / cincinnati mayor: "this case is not over. i think we've learned throughout this process how deeply prosecutor deters feels about the case and about what is right and what is wrong. so i expect that he will continue to find a way to bring justice to this case." dubose's family received a nearly 5 million dollar settlement from the university.. including undergraduate tuition for dubose's children, a formal memorial. i'm yasmin amer reporting. the taliban -- has claimed responsibility -- for a suicide bombing -- that claimed the lives of 4 americans -- at an airbase in afghanistan. two u-s serviceman -- and two american contractors were killed in the blast -- at bagram airfield. another 16 american soldiers were injured. the taliban claims -- they had been planning the attack for months. thousands of leaf-lets were
to bring news to the people still trapped there. . the leaflets include instructions to resident and call on them to be ready to attack isis as iraqi security forces continue efforts to take back the city from militants. the leaflets also advise residents of the "victories" so far achieved by iraqi security forces.. colombia's president juan manuel santos announced saturday evening that the colombian government and the treaty after years of negotiations and half-a-century of conflict. president santos won the nobel peace prize last month for his previous peace treaty that he signed, but the citizens of colombia voted it down. the president is hoping this one will pass. new information on the wildfires burning in the southeast. the smoke is so thick -- people are being asked to wear special masks -- if they do anything outdoors.
burning in seven states. but it's been tough.. the smoke is so intense it is blanketing the city of atlant. the wildfires have been forcing hundreds of people to flee their homes. and others are refusing to leave. sot: "you know, that's my house i'm not gonna leave it." ///butted to/// sot - "it's devastating and it's heartbreaking." it's been one of the driest years on record in much of the southeast. alabama is in a drought emergency. build into the area and bring above average temperatures to the area through wednesday. expect highs in the upper 70s with light winds through tuesday. by wednesday afternoon we will see a push of clouds and the winds pick up to breezy ahead of a system that will bring a significant cool-down. expect gusts to 30 mph on
wednesday 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 upper 60s. ((ad-lib at desk)) this week america elct president -- and here at action news highs in the upper 70s with light winds through tuesday. by wednesday afternoon we will see a push of clouds and the winds pick up to breezy ahead of a system that will bring a significant cool-down. expect gusts to 30 mph on
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 upper 60s. ((ad-lib at desk)) this week america elected a new president -- and here at action chief investigator darcy spears was following another type of
was too close.... to call. the candidates were separated..... by such a slim margin...... that darcy spears decided to give us..... a dir we begin on flamingo and swenson at mint indian bistro--topping the dirty dining list with a 33-demerit c grade. 2:38 vel murugan/chef: just temperature on the food. nothing else for the other things. darcy: well, this is a five-page-long health report so it does talk about more than just food temperatures. inspectors also found three containers of utensils stored in dirty water. a dirty towel in direct contact
and check out the splashes and food debris all over the outlets and wall behind these potatoes. 4:05 darcy: what should your customers think? chef: uh, we are really unhappy for this one. so, we say to them we gonna do that properly and handling for the food and the temperatures. /nat transition/ pinoy-pinay filipino restaurant on sahara and maryland was just one demerit behind with 32 and a c grade. demerits and a c grade is no good. ismael: yeah, i know it's not good but what you can do? owner ismael trinidad says his restaurant is old and some things need to be fixed. but that doesn't explain the dirty cutting boards, equipment and pipes soiled with black grease, oil and food debris. or the floors that were just plain filthy. he says the health inspector took them by surprise.
them to show up, right? ismael: i know that. (laughs) fried fish was left out too long and spinach was expired. 12:56 darcy there was 10-day-old spinach that they found. ismael: actually, because, you know--that's a vegetable--i never expect that there is a expiration. we were particularly curious about this knife that lost its tip. 15:41 darcy: hopefully that knife tip didn't come off in anybody's food. ismael: no. i don't think so. (laughs) d: you hope not. i: yeah. (laughs) as we get ready to leave, we let him know when our report will air. 17:09 ismael: i don't want to watch it. d: you don't want to watch? i: (laughing) you think i'm gonna watch it? d: maybe not. i: (more laughter) both of the imminent health hazard closures came at swish in chinatown on spring mountain near decatur. the restaurant and sushi bar were shut down because of a cockroach infestation.
trap is like a roach life-cycle displaying bugs of every size. darcy tag: swish and mint indian bistro both got their a grades back. pinoy-pinay still has a c. darcy spears, 13 action news. good morning las vegas.. a valley high school football player continues to fight after a devastating injuring... why he says he received help from an unlikely friend. and one town doesn't want a convicted sex-offender living near them. instead of just talking with localo to get more creative to voice their opinion. and we are continuing to stay on top of breaking news - the newest details just into our newsroom about that barricade situation near unlv.
and tropicana. they tell us this is a domestic situation. when they got there that when they got there that suspect ran away from them, but they were able to surround him in a parking lot. police say he maybe armed with a knife and right now police are trying to get him to surrender. you're asked to avoid the area. good morning las vegas! i'm let's get started with 13 first alert meteorologist dan bronis ((ad-lib)) high pressure will build into the area and bring above average temperatures to the area through wednesday. expect highs in the upper 70s with light winds through tuesday. by wednesday afternoon we will see a push of clouds and the winds pick up to breezy ahead of a system that will bring a significant cool-down.
wednesday 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 upper 60s. now -- to a story you'll see -- a valley high-school football player -- fighting back from a devastating injury... becomes an inspiration.. 13-action news reporter -- david schuman -- tells us--why malik hausman owes his comeback-- to a player from a different school -- who stepped in when he needed it most.. pkg 16:44:11 "it's just crazy.
hausman. forever linked through a fateful july night. 16:39:33 tony fields ii, desert pines high school football player "a car was approaching us 70 miles per hour and i looked over and i yelled "malik" and i grabbed him and jumped out the way." the two football players -- one from bishop gorman, one from desert pines -- were on a recruiting visit to the university of hurt. i tore my acl and lcl. you see the scars. this one right here and this one right here." just like that...his senior season yanked away. the standout athlete confined 16:42:54 malik hausman "i was in the weight room looking out on the field and just looking at everybody and i went back into my locker and i was thinking about it and i just started crying. that was the first time i cried." malik remains a captain for his gorman team -- as his role has changed. 16:43:09 "i've just been trying to be positive for my team. just keep them on the right track, like the younger guys. only haunt the friend who saved him. 16:41:23 fields "when i walk across the street sometimes i have flashbacks.
the street i'm more cautious." 16:40:31 hausman "it definitely brought us closer together." malik is rehabbing and expects to be back alongside tony next year -- for their freshman seasons at arizona. david schuman..13 action news. the hunt contininues for more victims of an accused serial killer. this weeekend the search is going beyond south carolina's borders. police want to investigate other properties -- owned by todd kohlhepp, the man who police call a serial killer. detectives who found then are talking about the horrible things they found. sot -- detective bradley whitfield/anderson pd 16:14:33 i think we all saw a lot of things that day that are going to stay with us (crying) ///butted to/// sot -- detective bradley whitfield/anderson pd 16:28:02 the conditions were horrible. police are linking todd kohlhepp to seven killings over the last decade. so far he has not entered a plea in any of the cases, but police say he has confessed to
in california, police have stopped the ground search for sherri papini. papini disappeared while jogging near her home last week in shasta county california. and after much speculation, police say they have ruled her husband out as a possible abductor. keith papini, sherry's husband, is said to have passed a lie detector test yesterday. and police confirm he was at work when she vanished. he reported her missing when she didn't pick up their two kids from daycare. her cell phone with earbuds and found along the road. police are now going through her cell phone and pouring over surveillance video as they try to figure out what happened.. the universdity of pennsylvania is conducting an investigation into racist emails sent to students on the school's private server. the messages include many racial slurs.... too obscene to show you on camera. the messages were sent using the schools instant messaging system for students, which
one of the most disturbing message invites students to a public lynching. the messages have sparked protests on the campus for the university to get to the bottom of who is sending these mssages. 1:00 this is unacceptable and we wont have this happening on our campus" the messages were sent to students of color as well as l-g-b-t students. students also say they believe it is because of the election and we have more breaking news -- as we mentioned earlier a magnitude 7-point-8 earthquake strikes new zealand just hours ago. there are reports of a 8 foot tsunami that has hit the region just moments ago. it is not yet sure how many people are injured due to the tsunami or the eartquake. . investigators want to know what caused a train to derail near louisville, kentucky. no body was hurt.
plastic products. according to the n-t-s-b traveling by train is the most dangerous travel in the u-s. a neighborhood feud takes a bizarre turn after an alabama man tries to pressure a registered sex offender to move out. raymond martin did 13 months in jail for rape. he's back home now. but his neighbors want him to go away. raymond martin/robinwood resident "sometimes they call me a chil a rapist." one even wants him out so badly he bought a giant billboard. jeb lessley/robinwood resident "he just has a lot of problems and -- be honest with you, we don't want to live in fear of him. the neighbor says he paid 160- dollars for his sign. he says he's keeping it until martin moves out. a woman in kansas says her son was bullied at school a day after the election because of his race. christian rodriguez says her
heritage the day after donald trump was elected. rodriguez says her sons white friends kept telling him he and his family are going to be deported now that donald trump is president. rodriguez does agree kids, especially 13-year-old are hard to handle and tend to joke. but she worries that now, because of the results of the election, instances sucha s this will b :22"children, i don't even think they know hate. it's what they're learning at home. in a matter of days, look at the outcome. they were friends just a few days ago." the students were punished that said the racist remarks. but christina rodirguez does say, she hopes everything realted to the election will die down, but in the mean time we need to teach students to respect each other. a school in baltimore is taking
with disciplinary problems from students. detention has been replaced with meditation. a-b-c's maggie rulli takes a look at how teaching students to relax could be an important life lesson. the chaos of early morning ? ? silenced by mandatory meditation. along with writing, reading and math? here at coleman elementary in inner city baltimore, students also study breathing.... with mindfulnes into their every day. and if a student acts up they're not sent to the principal's office? they're sent here -- to this mindful moment room.... where they're given a chance to recenter. [2-shot] (maggie) "what do you think about when you're meditating? (14:54:28 artavia tubman, student) i think happy thoughts. (maggie) what are your happy thoughts? (tubman) to make baltimore a safe place for the kids and other people because baltimore?is kinda like ? like a gang place where people keep killing people but it doesn't
it, it, the place just needs to be safe? // something that worries you? (tubman) my father he got shot when i was 4 // i saw him before he got shot?he got shot when he was going to when i was 4 // i saw him before he got shot?he got shot when he wa by himself just breathe and it helped me calm down." andy gonzales helped launch the program in stimuli and trauma that these kids have to face so for them to have tools to better emotionally i think it just makes the climate of the school better for academics." and with a combination of movement grade teacher 15:59:45) "95% of not only be at peace for the rest of the day, but take a minute? just stop and be." tag out: the holistic life foundation says they want to expand the success they've
and now other programs are tapping in to mindful mediation as well? using it to help soldiers returning from war, over stressed executives, and everyday families at home. maggie rulli abc news, baltimore. it's been one year since the deadly terror attack that devastated paris.... now an international superstar is paying tribute to the 130 people who lost their lives one year ago today. melania trump is preparing herself for life as the first
someone who's used to being in jeanne moos looks at melania's life on social media. trump-p she's been a model....she's done commercials... she may seem like an odd duck for a first lady...but melania trump is just like us... at least on first glance at her facebook...where she posts videos...of beautiful beaches. and that great aerosmith concert she attended. as well as the "fun night with my two boys"... donald j trump and their son
the donald is driving! his son riding shotgun. unlike her husband, melania's not addicted to twitter...but some of her older tweeted photos are fun...melania as batwoman for halloween. wearing a catsuit, teasing her husband "honey see you soon." and there's this oldie but goodie...the clintons at the trumps' wedding. ok, maybe she's not just like us. trump) "hi fans, it's melania trump." not everyone has fans.... (melania trump, wife of donald trump) "hi fans - i'm going to metropolitan gala." and not everyone goes to galas in designer gowns. (melania trump, wife of donald trump) "christian seriano did for me and thank you, christian. it's beautiful job, fantastic job." you can't say melania hasn't had plenty of training for all those state dinners she and president trump will be hosting. (jeanne moos, reporting) "almost instantly after the election melania updated her instagram." at-real-melania-trump became
on thursday she chronicled her trip to washington, writing "such an honor" to visit the white house. little did she know this would end up being her home back when she tweeted this photo captioned "at home with my husband." don't worry, melania, there is a piano in the white house... should you feel the urge to recline. jeanne moos cnn new york. ((((chat))) superstar sting held a performance at the bataclan in of last years paris attack. today marks on year since the
bataclan. it's beginning to look -- a lot like christmas in new york. they're putting the finishing touches -- on the rockefeller-center christmas tree. the tree is 94-feet tall! 50-thousand lights -- adorn the tree -- from top to bottom. they'll be turned on -- during an abc special -- right here on 13 action news -- on november 30th. make sure you check out the moon tonight or early monday. it's going to be the closest it's been to the earth since january 19-48. here's what nasa says about the phenomenon. dr. noah petro / nasa scientist
at the moon is we're actually able to detect for the first time ever changes on the lunar surface. we've been mapping the moon at high resolution for over seven years and in that time we're actually able to compare images we take today to images we took previously in the mission." today's supermoon will look 14-percent larger than the smallest full moon. and will be about 30-percent brighter. the moon won't appear this big and bright again until 20-34. ((((chat))) ((ad-lib)) high pressure will build into the area and bring above average temperatures to the area through wednesday.
light winds through tuesday. by wednesday afternoon we will see a push of clouds and the winds pick up to breezy ahead of a system that will bring a significant cool-down. wednesday, then to 35 mph late wednesday 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
up next.. we'll explain what those numbers mean and what could be in store for the program. and before we go check out these images of the sunset last remember if you have any pictures of videos you'd like to share with us just send them to icontribute at ktnv dot com or use the hashtag i c 3. president-elect donald trump has vowed to repeal and replace
but un-doing the unpopular legislation might take up to 2-years. kumasi aaron explains what it means if you're signing-up now. --pkg full=-- --take nat-- --18:49:05-08-- how are you doing today? i'm good and yourself? i'm doing great. mary hunter is seeing what her options are under the affordable care act this year. after surviving a brain aneurysm in 2014, she learned exactly how valuable coverage can be. --mary hunter / signing up for coverage-- --18:44:00-13-- my hospital bill was $600,000 o through the obamacare so i only had $9,000 11 to pay. president elect donald trump has vowed to repeal and replace the program. but hunter says she's not worried. --mary hunter / signing up for coverage-- --18:45:48-52-- not really because i have to go with whatever happens. --take nat:-- --18:10:37-43-- personally i expected a little dip a day after. 40 but when we didn't see it i was encouraged. luke clarke works with a state health care exchange and says
the affordable care act. --luke clarke / connect for health colorado-- --18:07:34-46-- it'll take some time for anything to change and you will have time to adapt to the change but for right now the law is in place take to repeal and replace the affordable care act? here's a breakdown. republicans are expected to have 52 seats in the senate when congress starts in january. with that number they would be able to repeal significant portions of the affordable care act but not all of it. supermajority to get rid of remaining sections, including provisions like allowing young people to stay on their parents' health insurance until age 26, and preventing insurance companies from not covering people with preexisting conditions. they would also need 60 votes to replace the affordable care act altogether and overcome a filibuster. --take nat:-- --18:49:15-17-- "it looks like all the plans are going to remain the same. hunter says she's moving forward. --mary hunter / signing up for coverage-- --18:48:05-08-- you just have to just take it day
on the day after the election.. more than 100-thousand people signed up for obamacare online.. making it the busiest day since open enrollment started on november 1st. the obama administration expects 11.4 million americans will be enrolled in the program in 2017. time now is xxx right now we are working on all-new stories for our six o'clock hour. including -- darcy spears has a special edition of dirty dining this morning. see which restaurants were in a race that was just too close to call. on top of breaking news - the newest details just into our newsroom about that barricade situation near unlv. but first we're on top of
they were able to surround him in a parking lot. police say he maybe armed with a knife and right now police are trying to get him to surrender. you're asked to avoid the area. and we have more breaking news -- a magnitude 7-point-8 earthquake strikes new zealand and now government officials are warning the residents to move to higher grounds because of a tsunami. there have been reports of an 8 this is a brand new video just into our newsroom of a house shacking when the quake struck. at this point there are no reports of any injuries. back in 2011 a 6-point-3 magnitude earthquake struck the same area killing 185 people. i'm ...time now is xxxx and i'm 13 first alert meteorologist dan bronis