tv Action News 330pm ABC February 9, 2016 3:30pm-4:00pm PST
the two suspects appeared in court today in the shooting death of 26-year old john haney. one is the child's mother.. krystal guice. the other is her boyfriend.. deonte coleman. they just had a baby together 4 weeks ago. the newborn and the 4-year old are now with a relative because guice can't make her 35-thousand dollar cash bail. the judge also believes she could be a flight risk. judge david gibson, sr. // henderson justice court judge // department 3 18:33:29:03 to 18:33:37:22 "her behavior was not the type of behavior that indicated to me bail reduction so she can be with her children. a preliminary hearing for guice and coleman is set for february 22nd. for more on this developing story.. go to ktnv.com. a henderson woman is forced to take the stand against her own son. maria ngeza testified yesterday about the day her 21 year old son.. eugene.. shot and killed her husband. police believe it happened during an argument. ngeza testified about how strict and controlling her
saying he didn't allow her to drive.. and didn't let her or eugene have friends. eugene is charged with murder with a deadly weapon. he's due back in court on the 18th. a man shot outside his own home, and now, police are looking for two men they believe are responsible, and why the gunfire happened. our crews were first to the scene near rainbow and craig last night. family members told us they saw two men drive away in a dark, possibly red rolored van. the victim is expected to survive. as for a motive, that's something metro is still working to figure out. new developments on that fraternity president accused of attempted rape. wolfgang ballinger was released from jail on his own recognizance. the 21-year-old was the president of psy upsilon at cornell. he waived his right to appear at a preliminary hearing. that means his case goes to the grand jury. you may remember a victim claimed ballinger sexually assaulted her in his room at the fraternity house, and then he turned himself in to
right now, he's barred from campus, and the fraternity has been temporarily barred from the university. emotions were running high last night during a vigil for a 2-year old girl.. killed by a hit and run driver. and at one point.. police had to be called-out. :05-:09 of pkg (butted with) 01.22.10.00 "i empathize and realize that you're all upset, massively upset but let's all just trying take care of each other right now." the woman shouting during the prayer vigil was the mother of evelyn green. vicky green was so emotional.. she interrupted our interview at one point with evelyn's father. police are still looking for the driver who took off. the vehicle involved is a large white panel van with no windows. we're also hearing from a witness of that deadly crash. it's an interview you'll see only on 13 action news. eyewitness we were sitting on my porch and i seen the vehicle that stopped - hit the baby (butted with) "they yanked the baby off the ground and start screaming and hollering out in the neighborhood you know --- heyyyyy help me help me help me." the witness says the driver
got out.. and apologized to the family. she says the toddler's mother didn't want to hear it and told the driver to leave. new concern over energy drinks-- one orlando law firm is filing more than 100-lawsuits against the makers of monster and rockstar! they say the attorneys claim the drinks are responsible for life-threatening injuries...includind heart attacks, strokes and kidney failure! one of their clients they say...drank about 6-monsters a day for 5-years...and then suffered a stroke! the attorneys claim energy drinks are targeting children and getting them hooked, and more importantly, not providing proper warnings on the products or giving a full list of ingredients. monster has not responded about the lawsuit. a new push from michigan lawmakers to help the water crisis -- governor rick snyder is requesting another 195-million dollars to bring back safe drinking water to flint. he's refused to testify before congress. but he did speak to one local media outlet. ( governor rick snyder, michigan ) "i feel responsible for it.
( gov. people in flint. isn't that the most important thing right now?" the city's mayor also announced a 55- million-dollar proposal today to remove lead piping from the city's water system. it's a bid to fix the city's toxic water crisis as quickly as possible. first priority goes to high-risk households. president obama has sent his final budget proposal to congress.. and it's a record 4.1 trillion dollars. the spending proposal includes funding to fight cancer.. global warming and isis. it's already getting sharp criticism from the republican- controlled congress for adding to the nation's existing 19-trillion dollar debt. two local teachers have a simple way they say will help all students do better in school. find out how it involves the classroom. we remain on track for continued warm weather as high
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getting students to concentrate in class is a tough task for any teacher. but one oklahoma teacher says she's got a new method that works! it's all about keeping kids moving! it's called "busy bars." they're essentially swinging footrests. right now, 50-students have them, and some students say they wish they would have had a "busy bar" sooner! (kaiden sohl) because they help me move when i'm sitting down and doing my work, and i'm not up bothering people. -- (butted with) (addyson kelley) it's just really fun for me because i feel like i'm on a swing just outside. --
make. other teachers at the school say they want them too! so who knows if the busy bar will swing into classrooms here in the valley. a woman's "fitbit" knew a lot more about her than she ever realized. it's one of several trending today. it revealed she was pregnant! the 'wearable' showed her resting heart rate at 110 - higher than usual. her husband thought it was broken, and took to reddit to complain.. one user pointed out...pregnant women tend to have a higher resting heart rate. today is all about carbs. not only is it fat tuesday.. it's also national bagel day. today used to be bagel and lox day. did you know...bagels get their shape because the bread is boiled, then baked. so that makes it soft inside and crispy outside. and today, is also national pizza day! according to pizza-dot-com... about three billion pizzas are
if you want to celebrate either one.. go to ktnv.com for a list of all the local restaurants offering specials. you can also find more stories trending right now on our website. and to sound off on any trending news.. join us on twitter. our handle is @ktnv.. #nowtrending. anchors adlib and toss to bryan we remain on track for continued warm weather as high pressure remains in control of the forecast. high temps will top out in the low to mid temps will top out in the low to mid 70s through the weekend and into the start to next week. we are running 10+ degrees above average for this time of year, and high temps will be very close to record highs on wednesday and friday. overnight lows will run in the upper 40s for the next seven days, which is also warm for
about the broncos' superbowl victory. it also meant a 2.3 million dollar payday for a local sports bettor.. 'vegas dave.' he showed up yesterday at the tuscany casino to pick up a check for just under a million dollars.. which was only part of his superbowl sinnings. 'vegas dave' is on a roll. between the royals winning the world series.. the broncos winning the superbowl.. and holly holm knocking out rhonda rousey.. vegas dave says he's won about 5-million dollars in the past 90-days. now let's take a look at who's hiring around town-- expedia is hosting a job fair right now in the grand ballroom at the suncoast. it goes until 8:00 tonight.
be prepared for an interview on the spot. up next in today's health report.. more evidence the zika virus is spreading evidence the zika virus is spreading in the u-s. we'll tell you which mosquito repellants will offer the best protection to you and your family. a lot of people like craft beer, and a lot of people like yoga. and one company is capitalizing on putting those two togeter -- yoga at a brewery! today's health report.. three new cases of the zika
they're one of the wall street banks that triggered the financial meltdown -- goldman sachs. just settled with authe crisis that put seven million out of work and millions out of their homes. how does wall street get away with it? millions in campaign contributions and speaking fees. our economy works for wall street because it's rigged by wall street. and that's the problem. as long as washington is bought and paid for, we can't build an economy that works for people.
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virus were the ones that contained either 25% deet or 20% picardin. both protected for about 8 hours." also.. avoid products made from natural plant oils. the c-d-c says it's safe to use insect repellent while pregnant or nursing.. but be sure to use one that's epa-registered and follow the directions. it's easy to accumulate medications around the house.. so it's a good idea to know what to pitch.. and when. first.. experts suggest you don't keep medications in the medicine cabinet because bathrooms tend to get fluctuations in humidity and temperature. a safer spot is in a dresser drawer. to determine which medications are no longer safe.. ope the packaging and make sure it's been sealed properly. if a liquid is clumping or separating.. toss it. and.. if tablets look crushed.. discolored or cracked.. throw them out. a top doctors' group is issuing new guidelines for the treatment of major depressive disorder, and what they say
timothy johnson. < antidepressants? are among the most commonly prescribed medications in this country? past statistics suggest that more than one in ten americans take them. but now? a new treatment guideline from the american college of physicians, one of the nation's top doctors' groups? suggests that a specialized form of talk therapy -- called cognitive behavioral therapy -- may be just as good against a type of depression known as major depressive disorder. depression is a common disease. the national institute of mental health estimates that nearly seven percent of the adult population has experienced a major depressive episode in the last year? making this potentially delibitating disease one of the most common illnesses treate by physicians. the new guidelines? are the result of an extensive review of research conducted over the last 25 years. since this talk therapy does not have the typical side effects that antidepressants do, the group is hopeful that patients who can't tolerate
that there is a another way for their doctor to offer help. with this medical minute, i'm dr. timothy johnson. > a lot of people like craft beer, and a lot of people like yoga. one store in denver has put the two together -- brewery yoga! hundreds of yogis are now bending and stretching inside denver's great divide brewing company. the brewery says hosting this yoga class helps set themself apart...from the 4-thousand other craft breweries nationwide. "people come in and they're able to try yoga for the first time, without the barrier of how expensive those classes can be sometimes, and then if you wanna go grab a beer afterwards you can go over and get it." the breweries get to tap into a whole new customer base, while utilizing an often-unused space.
before je top stories we're following. breaking right now-- a former charter school music teacher has just been arrested! that teacher is 49-year-old william crawford. police say back in 20-12, crawford made inappropriate physical contact with two minors! he was a former teacher at somerset academy. he's been booked on 2-counts of lewdness with a minor under 14. also breaking right now -- a man was shot and killed on the east side. it happened at a home just after 1-30 near mojave and vegas valley. the victim died at sunrise trauma. no word on if a suspect has been arrested. 13 action news reporter mahsa saeidi is on-scene right now, talking with metro's homicide investigators. she'll bring us updates on later editions of 13 action
and breaking right now -- a man robs a bank, takes off in a car, and the gets into a crash. the whole thing ended at durango and the 215. that's where we find 13 action news reporter bryan callahan. bryan-- and that does it for action news live at 3:30 but stay with us - judge judy is up next. we'll be back in 60 minutes for action news live at 5. until then.. thanks for watching and have a
we >> announcer: the late-night party. >> judge judy: you all decided to go back to his house? >> yes, your honor. >> announcer: the uninvited girlfriend. >> the call that i got was from someone saying that she saw thomas walking into our house with another female. >> judge judy: and? >> and i went home. >> announcer: then, did she throw her own bash? >> i took my baseball bat out of my trunk and started banging on the ground. >>udge judy: you were jealous and in a bad mood, so something happened with her car. >> announcer: "judge judy." you are about to enter the courtroom of judge judith sheindlin. the people are real. the cases are real. the rulings are final. captions paid for by cbs television distribution angella kelley is suing her former friend, christine handler, for smashing her car with a baseball
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