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here to southern nevada. but first... peak gusts today topped the 40-mile- an hour mark and they're bringing a big change to our forecast. but we begin with breaking news. investigators -- are on the scene -- of a serious accident -- near bonanza and mojave. this is a live look at the scene -- right now. we do know -- there are injuries from this crash. but no word -- on who was hurt -- or how serious it is. our crew on the scene tells us westbound bonanza -- was shut down for a while. but-- it has just been reopened. we're still working -- to find out more information. we'll bring you any updates -- as we get them. let's take a live look outside right now. a windy day here in our valley. but they're starting to die down. but that doesn't mean -- the winds of change are done blowing. let's check in -- with 13-first alert meteorologist -- karla huelga -- with what to expect -- heading into the work-week. a large storm system is pushing
continue to bring gusty tomorrow. in addition, a high wind warning is in effect for the spring mountains through 3am as well. the system will drag in cooler air into the region and high temps will drop to the mid 70s also, overnight lows will drop into the mid 50s monday into tuesday. lighter winds are expected on tuesday as the center of the system pushes northeast and cooler air on the back end and will bring and winds back up to breezy on wednesday and keep expect highs in the mid 80s friday through next sunday mainly sunny skies. a murderer -- is still on the run tonight -- after police find a man -- killed -- inside
shot at least once. his house -- ransacked -- with guns and a car -- stolen. that car -- later f away. people who live nearby say -- the neighborhood -- is normally peaceful. they are shaken up -- by this murder.. very surprised i have never she is not feeling good about the whole thing either. so far -- police -- not identifying any suspects. they believe -- this may have been random. if you know anything -- call metro right away. an elderly man -- is fighting for his life -- after he's
charities on main street. two people get into a fight. police say -- 30 year-old lakisha hooks -- pulls out a knife -- stabbing the man. he was taken to university medical center. and it doesn't look good for him. he is not expected to survive. right now -- hooks is behind bars. right now -- one person is recovering -- after being shot overnight the gunfire -- breaking out -- near lake mead and nellis boulevards. 13-action news -- fast and first to the scene. the victim was taken to the hospital -- but was standing no word -- on what led to the shooting. another crash -- claims the life of a valley man this weekend. a 42-year-old motorcyclist -- was riding on the i-15 -- near russel. a drunk driver -- who was speeding -- lost control of his car -- slamming into man on the motorcycle. the rider -- died at university medical center. a passenger in the car -- suffered serious injuries. the driver -- arrested -- and charged with d-u-i. this just in -- kanye west
new york tonight....right in the middle of a song. listen to this. "sorry guys, family emergency i have to leave the show" fans were left with no explanation. kanye just ran off the stage. it was later confirmed that his wife -- kim kardashian west -- was held at gunpoint tonight while in her hotel room in paris. kardashian west is in paris for fashion week with her mom and sister. reports say two men dressed as police officers --- wearing masks --- held guns at kardashian west. police say she is badly happened. your voice -- your vote -- in the race for the white house. tonight -- donald trump is not denying a report -- in the new york times -- showing he may not -- have paid taxes for refusals -- to make those returns public. abc's -- devin dwyer -- reports. as donald trump refuses to release his tax returns -- the new york times says that may be because he has "nothing" to
income taxes. [gfx] the times reports that someone anonymously mailed them pages from trump's 1995 state tax returns reporting a staggering 916- million dollar loss -- apparently from the collapse of his atlantic city casinos, his airline, and his purchase of new york's plaza hotel. a loss so large he could legally have paid no federal taxes for up to eighteen years, according to the times. hillary clinton suggested as much in their first sot clinton/debate: maybe he doesn't want the american people, all of you watching tonight, that know that he's paid nothing in federal taxes // sot trump: that makes me smart. [gfx] clinton's campaign saying: it reveals the colossal nature" of his "past business failures" "now that the gig is up, why doesn't he go ahead and release his returns to show us all how 'smart' he really is?" trump is not accused of anything illegal. trump's tax revelations come as a new abc news-washington post
won the first debate. with their second match-up just a week away, trump is trying out some tough talk. trump sots: "she could be crazy. she could actually be crazy." "i don't even think she's loyal to bill ...." "she should be in prison." the clinton camp accusing trump of new lows. sot/brian fallon, hrc camp i don't think it's well considered, thought-through strategy by the trump campaign. i think it's an impulsive move by the candidate. trump and clinton face off again next sunday. devin dwyer, abc news, washington. and donald trump -- is heading he'll hold a rally -- at the henderson pavillion -- on wednesday morning. the rally -- set to start at 11-30. tickets are free -- on a first come -- first serve basis. if you want to attend -- you have to register for tickets -- on his website. hillary clinton's running mate -- tim kaine -- is also coming to town this week. he's holding a rally thursday -- just two days before -- nevada's deadline to register -- by mail -- for the november election. no word yet -- on where the rally will be held.
launch an investigation -- into deadly police shooting. they want to know why officers -- fired more than 100 shots -- to take down an unarmed man -- who went on a rampage. the city's police commissioner asking -- if the barrage of bullets -- was a case of contagious gunfire. abc's -- eva pilgrim -- has more. more than 100 shots fired? police ending a terrifying series of attacks. officials say the number of actual shots fired at christopher sowell... still being tallied. sot - commission right now that count is 109 shots fired police are now identifying the 9 officers who opened fire, but not saying which hit and killed the 32-year-old suspected in a series of violent attacks on 5 people- investigators say he stabbed two children, including his own 8 year old son? sot - dan sowell/brother: it's a shame that he did it to his own kids but in the end, it wasn't fair that the cops shot an unarmed man that many times. the philadelphia police
weapons used to slash and attack sowell's alleged victims were found? sot - commissioner richard ross/philadelphia pd: it is of serious concern to us the number of shots that were calls "contagious fire" at the chaotic scene? and is promising more training. sot - lz: it's about certain biases and whether or not police officers are properly trained to recognize when someone is mentally ill and how to deescalate a situation and someone who is violent and actually trying to hurt them. that was eva pilgrim rp now -- to another police shooting. this one -- in los angeles. an 18-year-old -- african-american man -- shot and killed -- during a police chase. protesters -- immediately gathering at the scene. police say -- officers tried to pull over a car -- with paper license plates. they believed -- the car may have been stolen. officers say -- when the car did stop -- two men go out -- and ran off.
this just in... a man was shot and killed in another officer-involved shooting tonight in south los angeles. this fatal shooting happened just miles from where last night's fatal officer-involved shooting happened. police say people were protesting last night's officer-involved shooting at the same time a man was shot and killed a few streets away tonight. that's the latest from the breaking news center. an update now -- on that deadly train crash -- in new jersey. federal investigators -- late today -- releasing photos of mangled wreckage -- inside the terminal. the engineer says happened -- just before -- slamming into the station. abc's -- eva pilgrim -- is in hoboken tonight. nats -- crash aftermath tonight for the first time? the engineer's account of what happened in the moments before that train full of commuters crashed?killing one person? injuring 114 others. sot bella dinh-zarr ntsb vice chairman he checked his watch and noticed his train was about 6 minutes late arriving at hoboken. he said that when he checked the speedometer he was operating at 10 mph when entering the station track.
old engineer says he has no memory of the accident...only waking up on the floor of the cab. another setback in the search for answers? this event recorder recovered from the back of the train? wasn't working. sot ntsb we're unable to get exact speed of train gfx: new jersey transit had been under investigation by the federal railroad administration for the past 5 years? - finding 183 safety violations - some related to employee drug eva pilgrim reporting. -- to have a working front-event recorder. investigators hope the front car -- will hold some much-needed answers -- when they finally get in there. chaos on the streets of california. a trooper -- forced to flee -- after an angry mob attacks him. how it all began -- over a car. and -- an unpleasant surprise -- for workers at a nail salon.
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dash-cam video -- shows the frantic moments -- after california highway patrol officer -- tries to stop to a driver --doing stunts -- in the middle of the street would you believe -- nearly a- hundred people were watching that driver. the officer -- walks up to this chevy tahoe -- and tries to get the driver -- to turn off the s-u-v, -- just takes off. the officer gets back in his car. and the crowd -- turns on him -- kicking his doors -- and shattering his windows. "this was absolute anarchy on the part of the individuals that were vandalizing the chp vehicle with him inside. i have no doubt that had that officer got out of the vehicle, they would have attacked him." police -- arrested three people. one of them -- telling investigators -- he was upset with the cops -- because they recently towed his car. tonight -- an alabama high
beating that student -- suffering a skull fracture -- and bleeding from the brain. police are trying figure out -- what happened led to the attack. some people in the community say -- it was driven by racism. and the police chief -- is asking people in the small town -- to pray -- to move past the violence -- and become a stronger community. a different kind of violence -- in a chicago shop. workers -- at a nail salon -- say -- some teenage customers attacked them -- with pepper spray -- then ran off -- audrina bigos -- has the story. in the loop, at fashion nails, there are always people coming and going. (nats) "they just ran out." but not running. (anh tran/ salon co-owner): "20 years of career, i never have something happen like that." (yen nguyen/ salon co-owner): "it was shocking because they travel in groups, and you just can't catch them." she calls them the teen mob. on wednesday, she says a group of nine teens came in to get their nails done, but ran out
the group pulled out pepper spray. (audrina bigoes/ reporter): "and they actually just started spraying?" (anh tran/ salon co-owner): "yes. yes." spraying two nail techs. (anh tran/ salon co-owner): "weapon that attacked us, that, in a second, it hurts, it burns." now, they're warning others. (yen nguyen/ salon co-owner): "read their body language. bridge --at a minnesota college -- is stirring up controversy. it's at the university of minnesota -- twin cities campus. the college republican's mural -- originally had the words -- "build the wall" -- written on it. "there's freedom of speech, then there's hate speech. it is one thing to be conservative. it is another thing to be saying these things that are clearly xenophobic and targeting specific groups of people." the mural was vandalized -- with the words "stop white supremacy." the college republicans group says -- they don't condone hate. the president of the college republicans -- sending a
have received comments on the painting -- falsely accusing us -- of being racist -- xenophobic -- and anti-immigrant." they say -- the vandalism -- was an attack on free speech. right now -- millions of people -- in the path of hurricane matthew. the monster storm -- packing winds of 145-miles an hour -- as it barrels through the caribbean. people living in jamaica -- boarding up windows -- and stocking up on supplies -- as they prepare for the worst. sot - sean thomas "if we do not we havb unbelievable amount of kerosene lamps, flashlights - you name it, every imaginary thing." right now -- forecasters predict matthew -- will tear right through the heart of the caribbean . that includes haiti --- which could take a direct hit. the u-s -- urging americans to leave -- if possible. a large storm system is pushing through the area and will continue to bring gusty conditions through late tonight. a wind advisory is in effect for the area through 3am tomorrow. in addition, a high wind
well. the system will drag in cooler air into the region and high breezy category on monday. also, overnight lows will drop into the mid 50s monday into tuesday. lighter winds are expected on tuesday as the center of the system pushes northeast and high temps will warm a bit to will bring and winds back up to breezy on wednesday and keep high temps around 80 through thursday. high temps will start to warm a bit by the weekend. expect highs in the mid 80s friday through next sunday, with light winds and sunny to a wind advisory is in effect for the area through 3am tomorrow. in addition, a high wind warning is in effect for the spring mountains through 3am as well. the system will drag in cooler the winds will remain in the breezy category on monday. also, overnight lows will drop into the mid 50s monday into tuesday. lighter winds are expected on tuesday as the center of the system pushes northeast and high temps will warm a bit to will bring and winds back up to breezy on wednesday and keep high temps around 80 through thursday. high temps will start to warm a bit by the weekend.
with light winds and sunny to tonight. a wind advisory is in effect for the area through 3am tomorrow. in addition, a high wind warning is in effect for the spring mountains through 3am as well. the system will drag in cooler air into the region and high breezy category on monday. also, overnight lows will drop into the mid 50s monday into tuesday. lighter winds are expected on tuesday as the center of the high temps will warm a bit to the very low 80s. on wednesday the system will drag in a reinforcement of cooler air on the back end and will bring and winds back up to breezy on wednesday and keep high temps around 80 through thursday. high temps will start to warm a bit by the weekend. expect highs in the mid 80s
with light winds and sunny to mainly sunny skies. (karla back to desk) another twist -- in the murder of a popular -- florida college tonight. a wind advisory is in effect for the area through 3am tomorrow. in addition, a high wind spring mountains through 3am as well. the system will drag in cooler air into the region and high temps will drop to the mid 70s on monday for the las vegas valley. the winds will remain in the breezy category on monday. also, overnight lows will drop into the mid 50s monday into tuesday.
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florida. the accused killer -- in court today -- facing a murder charge -- for the shooting -- of a florida-state professor. here's abc's -- marci gonzalez -- with what police -- are saying tonight. tonight- this woman- behind bars - charged with first degree murder - accused in connection to the killing of a prominent law professor at florida state university? dan markel- was shot to death in the garage of his tallahassee home in 2014? the murder coming after his marriage to wendi adelson had unraveled. georgia cappleman: the working theory of the case is that the due to the bitter divorce that was ongoing. the police's leading theory...adelson's family had become upset over the divorce?and hired two hitmen. those accused hitmen pleading not guilty? adelson's relatives have not been charged?and deny any connection. wendi adelson: even my family who thought i'd been mistreated would never do something like this. never. but police allege that katherine magbanua- arrested
the adelson family, and the alleged hitmen? (gfx) investigators claiming in this affidavit that she had past romantic relationships with one of the accused hitmen - as well as adelson's brother, charlie? police also claim the accused hitmen's first call after the murder was to magbanua. her attorney telling us she has no prior convictions, and their priority is getting her out on bond. while tonight - police aren't saying whether there could still be more arrests. marci gonzalez abc news new york hurricane matthew barrels how people there -- are prepping -- for what could be -- the most devastating storm in years. and shocking dash-cam video -- shows an officer -- slamming a handcuffed man -- into a windshield -- so hard it shatters. why -- police -- are now defending -- the officers actions.
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residents here boarding up windows - and stocking up on supplies. sot - melain azan / supermarket owner "it has been chaos from morning. we have been (selling an) unbelievable amount of kerosene lamps, flashlights - you name it, every imaginary thing." the government is also preparing - and watching the massive storm? sot - sean thomas "if we do not prepare, then disaster will catch us unaware." right now - the track takes matthew by several island nations? including haiti which could take a direct hit. the storm isn't expected to impact land for another day, americans to leave if possible. watches and warnings are in effect across the region? people in cuba praying for the storm to move away - and boarding up a church badly damaged by hurricane sandy in 2012. nats - (checkout line) "?beep?" back in jamaica - local stores are struggling to keep the shelves stocked. sot - bk - "have you been selling out of water and bread?" employee - "bread - they can't make enough." bk - "so, when bread comes in - it's gone?" employee - "gone, gone,
- way down there - the line is." out on the water - the fisherman "no, no fisherman is going out, you know." while we wait here in kingston, jamaica, it is still not clear what impact the hurricane will have directly on the u-s. officials just want to get the message out early to make sure americans are ready. ben kennedy, abc news, kingston, jamaica. and -- of course -- we're not going to get hurricane-force winds here in the valley. but we have seen some pretty so -- what does that mean -- heading into the work-week? let's head over -- to 13-first alert meteorologist -- karla huelga to find out. a large storm system is pushing through the area and will continue to bring gusty conditions through late tonight. a wind advisory is in effect for the area through 3am tomorrow. in addition, a high wind warning is in effect for the spring mountains through 3am as well. the system will drag in cooler air into the region and high temps will drop to the mid 70s
tuesday. lighter winds are expected on tuesday as the center of the system pushes northeast and high temps will warm a bit to the very low 80s. on wednesday the system will drag in a reinforcement of cooler air on the back end and will bring and winds back up to breezy on wednesday and keep expect highs in the mid 80s friday through next sunday, with light winds and sunny to mainly sunny skies.
against a police cruiser -- so hard -- his face cracks the windshield. now --the two-year-old video -- is part of a federal lawsuit -- against the department. officers -- were arresting pele smith -- suspecting him of drug trafficking. police say -- the video -- only tells part of the story. police dept) i do want to assure pele smitha nd his family that a full investigation will be done and that the truth will come out, so that they will truly and that officer says -- the slam was not intentional. a massive explosion -- rocks a popular tourist spot -- in spain. 90 people -- injured -- 5 of them seriously -- as they
debris -- flying through the crowd. no word -- on what caused the explosion. authorities -- are now looking in- to the possibility -- of a gas leak. nats of protesters (about 3mins in) protesters -- under seige in france. police -- firing tear gas -- and water cannons at them. they were demonstrating -- against the government's decision -- to shut down a migrant camp. things got violent -- when protesters -- began throwing five officers -- and a journalist -- were injured. the u-n -- is offering to broker a peace deal between pakistan and india. tensions -- flaring up -- in the disputed region of kashmir. another exchange of gunfire -- across the border today. both nations -- disagree over an attack -- that killed two pakistani soldiers last week. india -- clearing -- more than 10-thousand people from the area -- as a precaution. positive for zika - v new worries over the zika virus. some msoquitos in miami beach -- may still be infected. officials say -- preliminary
for the disease. if the results are confirmed -- that would be the sixth mosquito sample -- from miami beach -- with a positive test. the sample was taken in an area that's already been designated a zika transmission zone. at least 35 people there -- have contracted zika --in florida. imagine -- getting charged -- nearly 10-thousand dollars -- for a tank of gas. that's just what happened to one couple-- in fort myers, florida. they put about about 20-dollars worth of gas -- into their car. card -- the next day . but were shocked -- to find out -- they were over their limit. turns out -- they were mistakenly charged -- almost 10-thousand dollars -- for more than 27-thousand gallons of gas. to make matters worse -- they were given the runaround -- when they tried to get their money back. (susan gower, charged almost $10,000 for gas): "the bank just said 'get with valero, have them reverse the charges.' very simple," buttwith (susan gower, charged almost $10,000 for gas): "it stemmed from the
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