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and then he holds up the bible again and he lies." and cruz is equally going after the billionaire. here's what he had to say at a rally in fernley. (ted cruz) "i frankly don't care what position donald decides to support today or tomorrow or the next day. they change every day." and marco rubio is confident he'll upset the current polls. the florida senator was campaigning at the silverton casino. 13 action news reporter yasmeen hassan caught up with him. < ((we are down to the final stretch and according to pretty much every poll we've seen, donald trump is in the lead and he's in the lead by far but florida senator marco rubio says he's still in this.)) 22:00:21 06 marco rubio ((we are the only candidate in this race that can unify the party and grow it and win this election in november and we have to win in november.)) nevada is a key state for all
kmart she was a maid at the emperial palace not far from here." the florida senator says he is confident candidates are going to start dropping from the race... ....and when they do - the voters won't have a hard time picking the right person for the job. (("when you give people a clear choice to donald trump and whoever that choice is is going to win and i believe that'll be us")) people attending todays rally weren't all rubio supporters... ....but they did all say it's important to understand the issues...and get behind someone. al slivinski voter ((we're seeing people in their 20's and their 30's that's our kids they seem to be aware that their future is at stake and they better take a look at where the country is going and who is managing this country.)) yas ((this is how confident the rubio campaign is. after todays rally his communications director handed me his card saying we'll be back in touch because we'll be back for the general election. reporting from silverton casino yasmeen hassan 13 action news.)) > stay with 13 action news for
republican caucus. we'll have crews at the caucus sites and keep tracking of the numbers. breaking right now-- three men broke into a home in the northeast part of the valley, and now metro is asking for your help tracking them down! investigators say the trio broke into a home last month but if you know anything about the crime...give crime stoppers a call. we're one step closer to finding out if the man who admitted to the brutal rape and murder of a 15 year old girl will get the death penalty. prosecutors and defense lawyers have been working on finalizing the questionaire they'll use tomorrow to select a jury.. to decide the fate of javier righetti. righetti has pleaded guilty in the death of alyssa otremba. a southern california man is suing metro for alleged use of excessive force. it stems from an arrest during he was punched.. beaten and choked with a baton
and it's all on security footage. no comment from metro so far on the lawsuit. new information -- on that uber driver charged in a shooting spree. jason dalton is now facing life in prison following saturday's shooting. 6 people are dead, and 2 others hurt. dalton admitted to taking people's lives. local media say dalton once worked as an insurance adjustor, he's married and a father of a 10 and 15 year old.. just 3-hours before the shooting, a local gun shop owner says dalton stopped bought a tactical jacket there. but his friends say they're at a loss for words over what happened. ((sot)) andrew jamieson/best man at dalton's wedding: "he was very quiet and reserved. not afraid to speak his mind, but definitely not out to ever cause anybody trouble." uber got reports about dalton during the attacks, but says those were the the attacks, but says those were the first complaints about him. he's due back in court thursday. breaking news from arizona.. where 5 people are dead after a shooting and fire at a home
we have just learned more about who they are. family members identify the gunman as 26-year old alex buckner. they say he shot and killed his parents and sisters before he either took his own life.. or died in a shootout with police. police say buckner was even shooting at firefighters.. trying to put out the flames. still no word on a possible motive. unfolding now.. 16 head coaches stepped forward today to defend their school.. after the university of tennessee was linked to an alleged sexual assault lawsuit against star quarterback peyton manning. (sot beth alford-sullivan, track & field head coach) couldn't be more proud of the culture here that is connected and bonded. (butted with) (sot holly warlick) to think the university is not treating women fairly is not true. at least six women disagree. they're suing the university.. claiming it created a hostile enviroment for women.. and protected male athletes like manning. the coaches say they're now concerned about the potential
athletes. (sot butch jones) i think it's unfair that a lot of these individuals that don't go to parties, that have never had a drop of alcohol the suit focuses on five recent cases.. with one accusing broncos quarterback peyton manning of assaulting a trainer in 1996. if you've been outside at all today, i bet you felt those winds. but some good news-- that wind advisory is canceled. we have team coverage on the weather-- 13 action news meteorologist carlo falco is out in henderson seeing the live conditions. but first let's send things over to 13 weather chief meteorologist bryan scofield. highs tomorrow will be back around 70 with many areas hanging in the upper 60s as the winds die off. high clouds will pass overhead throughout the day wednesday with the clear sunny skies coming back on thursday and temperatures climbing back into the 70s. temperatures continue their
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endorsement from hollywood.. it's one of three trending headlines we are following today. spike lee released a pro-sanders ad today in south carolina. lee tells voters to support sanders instead of.. quote.. "corporate puppets." sanders is looking to increase his support among african americans and other minorities. south carolina democrats hold their presidential primary saturday. a baby gorilla is born by c-section in the u-k ....with the help of an ob-gyn! the decision to perform the procedure came when the mother showed symptoms of a possibly life threatening condition. it's rare that a zoo will choose this option and that a human doctor will assist! for more stories trending right now.. go to ktnv.com. and to sound off on any trending news.. join us on twitter. our handle is @ktnv. use #nowtrending.
a wind advisory is in effect through 4pm on tuesday as high pressure continues to push in from the west. winds through the afternoon will be gusty at times, with peak gusts reaching about 35mph in the las vegas valley and nearer to 50mph down the colorado river valley. temperatures will be chilly compared to the last couple nights, but nearer to average than we've been in the past several days. highs tomorrow will be back around 70 with many areas hanging in the upper 60s as the winds die off. high clouds will pass overhead throughout the day wednesday with the clear sunny skies
an emergency boil water order is now in effect in for parts of louisiana.. after a water tower fell during a tornado there earlier today. here's a live look from louisiana. we told you earlier alabama is now under a state of emergency from this same storm system. and shelters are in place in mississippi. thanks bryan-- take a look at this! two window washers got manhattan. but the good news is they didn't have to wait long for crews to rescue them. first responders got to them in about an hour. right now, the men are recovering.
are holding rallying in 40-cities across the country.. with a message for the fbi- "don't break our phones." their protest is called "fight for the future." demonstrators say they're angry about a federal court order that requires apple to unlock an encrypted iphone used by one of the san bernardino terrorists. evan greer, campaign director for fight for the future sot: . it goes far beyond this single case for this single phone and in fact they're actually asking apple to do something that puts millions of people's safety and security at risk. apple ceo tim cook says everyone's security is at stake. the fbi says it only wants any possible evidence from the phone used by sayed farook. time now for some consumer alerts from contact 13-- attention amazon non-prime shoppers. you're going to have to spend more money, to get that free shipping. now, you'll have to buy 49-dollars worth of merchandise. the minimum was 35-dollars. amazon prime memberships are not affected. and facebook wants to help you wish your friends a "happy
"birthday cam"...which allows users to record fifteen second messages. the new feature is available for i- o-s devices. if you have mastercard.. you don't even need a password anymore. to approve online purchases.. just take a selfie. the company says it's actually safer than typed passwords. to use the feature.. just download the mastercard identity check app. a look at who's hiring. m-g-m resorts are looking for people to work in the all new t-mobile arena. they're set to hire 200 employees for part time and on call positions. the ideal candidate should have a flexible schedule that will allow you to work evenings and weekends. you can find a link to the online application by going to ktnv.com. the cdc has issued a warning to consumers who have certain kinds of laminate flooring at home. up next in today's health report.. find out why experts say there's a possible danger from being exposed to cancer- causing substances.
some good news on the fight against breast cancer! the cancer rate in the us has not increased! but what is increasing the women opting to have their breasts surgically removed, even without a cancer diagnosis. here's abc's dr. timothy johnson to explain why. < breast cancer is a terrifying diagnosis...and decades ago, removing the entire breast was the only answer? but then surgeons began to preserve normal breast areas by doing lumpectomies instead? now in a surprising new finding from researchers at the us agency for healthcare research and quality, the trend seems to be changing again. total mastectomies, complete removal of the breast - jumped by more than a third between 2005 and 2013. part of the reason for the increase was a doubling in the number of women opting for
both breasts removed even if cancer is found only in one. actress angelina jolie made headlines when she had both her breasts removed, because she had a genetic mutation, which raises cancer risk. doctors suggest that some high-risk women prefer having the double surgery to the anxiety of having frequent mammograms and biopsies. survival rates are no different for women who have a mastectomy versus women who have a smaller lumpectomy. but double mastectomies do, of course, reduce the chance of developing cancer in the other breast. obviously each woman needs to make a decision about what is best for her. with this medical minute, i'm dr timothy johnson. > a new warning from the c-d-c about dangerous chemicals used to make certain laminate flooring sold by lumber
experts say the cancer risks associated with some of their flooring is 3-times greater than their original estimates. one woman who's part of a class action lawsuit.. says tests on her home found she's getting 3-and a half times the government guidelines for exposure to formaldehyde. sot - terri thompson "i'm living in a space that has a potential to make me very sick" lumber liquidators says it believes the c-d-c has overstated potential health risks.. but has stopped selling the questionable flooring. the cdc is also investigating 14 new cases of the zika virus transmitted through sexual contact.. including several involving pregnant women. the zika virus has been confirmed in 23 states in the u-s.. but none in nevada. the world health organization predicts up to 4-million people will be infected in the next year. still ahead... a final look at your forecast! and.. before we head to break.. a look at tonight's abc primetime lineup.
metro police are investigating a homicide near desert inn and polaris. one man has been shot and killed. so far, no has been arrested. but 13 action news has a crew on the way to the scene. the nevada republican caucus kicks off in about an hour. right now, polls have donald trump as the frontrunner by a double digit lead. stay with 13 action news. we have team coverage on the caucus. high clouds will pass overhead throughout the day wednesday with the clear sunny skies coming back on thursday and temperatures climbing back into the 70s. temperatures continue their climb and highs in the mid and news live at 3:30. judge judy is up next. we'll be back in 60 minutes for
>> jesse's been there for two years, and there's always been noise problems with him. >> announcer: the neighbor gave him fair warning. >> so, i did turn down the tv, and i guess we were still being a little bit too loud. >> judge judy: and then what happened? >> and then the cops knocked on my door. >> announcer: but did he send her a message? >> judge judy: and you didn't see who scratched up your car and flattened the tires? >> not until later that day when i got home and i saw the video. >> judge judy: how do you explain the video? there are coincidences and there are coincidences. >> announcer: "judge judy." you are about to enter the courtroom of judge judith sheindlin. the people are real. the cases are real.
peche barteaux is suing her former neighbor, 19-year-old jesse smith, for vandalizing her car after she complained about him to police. >> byrd: order! all rise! your honor, this is case number matter of barteaux vs. smith. >> judge judy: thank you. >> byrd: parties have been sworn in. you may be seated. folks, have a seat. you're welcome, judge. >> judge judy: miss barteaux, you live in the same housing complex as the defendant does? >> correct. >> judge judy: could you describe the housing complex for me? >> it is a two-dwelling complex that's connected in the front, and there's a corridor, and apartments are on each side. >> judge judy: how many units are there? >> there's a total of 19 units. >> judge judy: how long have you been living there? >> four years. >> judge judy: and who do you live with there? >> i lived with my mom there at first, and then she moved to across the street to her boyfriend's house. >> judge judy: you first lived >> mm-hmm. >> judge judy: for how long? could you put your lipstick on