tv Action News 330pm ABC October 14, 2016 3:30pm-4:00pm PDT
plus... the latest on the 9-1-1 operator accused of hanging up on people in need of help. wait until you hear what she said before hanging up. but first... donald trump continues to lash out at the women accusing him of inappropriate behavior and sexual assault. it's your voice, your vote in the race for the white house. hillary clinton was off the campaign trail today. but she had a powerful presidential stand a-b-c's kenneth moton has the latest from washington. donald trump...on the ground in north carolina expanding his attacks against the clintons, the media and the women who accused him of unwanted sexual advances. sot donald trump 14:45:09 the stories are total fiction, they are 100 percent fiction, they're made up, they never happened, they never would happen trump hit his accusers on their looks. sot trump she would not be my
in wisconsin trying to refocus the race to election day. ryan targeted hillary clinton and her policies. sot paul ryan/(r) house speaker when hillary clinton says we are stronger together,' what she means is we are stronger if we are all subject to the state while ryan didn't address the latest developments involving his nominee, president obama took them straight on from ohio. sot obama 11:28:35 it's always interesting to me to see folks who talk tough, but then don't act tough. don't make excuses protestors interrupted both the president and former president bill clint on...demonstrators...calling him a rapist. sot bill clinton they've had a very bad week. so they are doing the best they can hillary clinton blasted trump from a fundraiser in seattle. sot hrc 16:49:45 i don't care what he says about me...but i will stand up for everyone else that he insults, he demeans. (kenneth standup close) despite the wikileaks release of hacked emails allegedly from
abc news has not been able to confirm the claims made by his trump's accusers. kenneth moton, abc news washington right now...two boston police officers are in critical condition...and we're now learning they were shot by a city constable. officers richard cintolo and matt morris were responding to a domestic call wednesday night -- when constable kirk figueroa opened fire. investigators say other officers shot back -- killing him. the boston police commissioners just now announcing that figueroa was not a licensed gun to the hospital for minor injuries and stress because of the shooting. an violent confrontation ended in an officer-involved shooting in houston, texas. police say officer j- loosmore was off- duty and walking his dog with his wife...when another dog attacked his. police say loosmore went home, then came back to confront the other dog owner.
loosmore reportedly says he was afraid the man would take his gun...and he shot the man several times. the man was taken to the hospital in critical condition. the officer suffered minor injuries. family and friends came together to remember the life of keith lamont scott. the 43-year-old was shot and killed by police in charlotte, north carolina last month. police say he had a gun -- while his family says he was not armed. his death sparking days of unrest. a-b-c's marci gonzalez has more family and friends- gathered here in south carolina saying a final farewell to keith lamont scott sot - brother: "we lost our brother.. father.. a son.. in a sad and tragic way.. the 43-year-old, shot and killed by police last month - outside of his charlotte home. police saying - he had a loaded gun he refused to drop... his family insisting, that
he has a tbi [traumatic brain injury]. he's not going to do anything to you guys. he just took his medicine. officer: "drop the gun. let me get a f---ing (inaudible) over here. his death - sparking violent protests... nat scott's wife - insisting - race was the main factor in his death.. the family questioning the charlotte police department's assertion that a black officer- brentley vinson - fired the fatal gunshots... saying an independent autopsy raises questions about where vinson was standing- and whether a white officer could sot - brother: "come on man, racism in america is real the family now preparing for a legal battle... as they mourn together today. sot - niece: "my uncle is amazing.. he is a free spirited man and he embodied that with everybody he came in contact with even his 7 children tag: the medical examiner's autopsy report has not yet been released. and as the investigation continues, officer vinson remains on paid administrative leave. marci gonzalez, abc news, new
that rocked new york and new jersey is being held on 5-point 2-million dollars bail. ahmad rahami made his first court apearance via video conference from his hospital room. this is our first time seeing the suspect since he was arrested after the bombings last month. rahami's attorney entered a plea on his behalf of not guilty to five counts of attempted murder of a police officer and weapons offenses. a california family gets a a convicted sex offender breaks into their daughters room in the middle of the night the 12 year old girl says she woke up to a man touching her face... so she started banging on the walls to get her parent's attention. "the first thing my mom saw when she opened the door was his private parts because he was naked." the girls two older sisters and her dad rushed in to fight the guy off. "at this point we tased him down, i grabbed my pepper spray.
long criminal history. the family is upset because he was released from jail early on probation, but they were happy to hear he'll be back behind bars for a long time. police in ohio desperately searching for a man investigators are calling a "serial kidnapper." this is the suspect, caught on surveillance video walking down an alley -- wearing a hat and they believe he is the same man accused of abducting and attacking a 6-year- old girl -- then trying to kidnap another one. sot - vicki anderson / f.b.i. special agent: "we have one of those very rare occurrences that is actually a stranger abduction and so that makes it even more dangerous." butt with sot - vicki anderson / f.b.i. special agent: "he is fearless, he is after a child, that's his objective and that's scary." authorities say the suspect is cold and calculating... casing his victims' homes several times before striking,
adults are home. they believe he is driving this chevy malibu with a mismatched front panel. "9-1-1 where is your emergency? this afternoon...a 9-1-1 operator in houston is accused of hanging up on thousands of emergency calls now some of her alleged victims are speaking out. nats - jim moten: "i just thought my phone had dropped the call. bu "come to find out, i was hung up on." investigators say crenshanda williams disconnected the phone on purpose saying quote "ain't nobody got time for this." over six months investigators say williams may have hung up on thousands of people...including a man reporting a robbery at a store where a clerk was shot and killed. williams has been fired and is charged with interfering with an emergency call. a driver ends up in handcuffs -
our crews got this video of the crash near harmon and koval around 3 this morning. metro tells us the person who was hit was taken to the hospital, but they're expected to be okay. the driver was arrested for d-u-i. right now...a person is recovering after being shot in the arm. take a look at some video from the scene near alexander and walnut. police tell this happened just after 12-30 this morning... the victim was taken to u-m-c...no word on their condition. police in texas on the hunt for caught on camera stealing thousands of dollars worth of beauty products. but it's who's helping them out that has police so concerned. plus... the times are changing. how soon until you can legally bring cuban cigars and rum back to the states. ((bryan)) tonight...partly cloudy and gusty. lows 64 to 68 on the west side of the valley...66 to 70 on the east side. southwest winds 15 to 25 mph with higher gusts...decreasing to 10 to 15 mph after midnight.
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worth of high-end beauty products. watch as the little girl begins taking items from the shelf and handing it over to this woman. other times -- the couple used ( jane levinski/armstrong mccall store manager) "she was off filling her purse while he was chatting. he used the little girl as a pawn." butt with (jane levinski/armstrong mccall store manager) "i was sick...you feel like a fool because here you've chatted and been kind and they've stolen you blind." but the couple didn't stop there. officers say they've hit as many as seven different stores in the past year.
new video this afternoon of a prince tribute concert in minnesota. the concert featured...stevie wonder..chaka khan and many others last night. prince died in his minneapolis home on april 21st...sparking wolrdwide mourning and tributes. now for a look at the top stories now trending. texas trappers nab the largest gator ever caught in the state....and a swollen lip nabs a social media commentator "sad face...duck lips...on fleek!" move over duck face.....wasp lips are the latest in selfie fashion online comedian jose rivas is gaining some newfound fame after getting stung not once...but twice on the lips by a pair of wasps. so far his new look has gained over 10- million views on
authorities in texas have captured what is believed to be the largest alligator...ever trapped in the state. the nearly 14-foot, 9-hundred-pound reptile was cornered by trappers after they recieved reports it had been showing up at a public boat ramp. the gator was later released to a texas wildlife park. you can check out all of the stories that are trending today.. just download our free 13 actio you can get the latest weather updates, breaking news alerts and more. anchors adlib and toss to bryan tonight...partly cloudy and gusty. lows 64 to 68 on the west side of the valley...66 to 70 on the east side. southwest winds 15 to 25 mph with higher gusts...decreasing
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starting monday...travelers to cuba can bring home cuban rum and cigars for personal use. the new regulations make it easier for u-s companies to import cuban products...there's no limit to how much you can bring back to the u-s. in today's healthy living... fitness is going high-tech. between apple watches and fit bits...more people are becoming fitness. but how much can you really trust the new wave of high-tech gadgets?
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be content with perspiration as the only indicator of how hard we were working out. but today? we have step trackers? calorie burn indicators? and even heart rate monitors that we can check while we're on that run. but when it comes to these heart rate devices? are they really keeping the beat? researchers at the cleveland clinic tested four wrist-mounted heart rate monitors against the medical gold standard, known as an e-k-g. they also tested the wrist versions against one that used a chest strap monitor. monitors were notably less accurate than the chest strap version when compared to the e-k-g? sometimes off by nearly thirty beats per minute. bottom line: if you want to keep track of your heart rate, you might want to splurge for a chest strap? or at least bear in mind that the numbers on your wrist may be off-beat. with this medical minute, i'm angelica spanos 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
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stadium right here in the valley. the bill is now headed for governor sandoval's desk for his signature. the next big step will involve nfl owners. a vote on possible relocation is not ep next year. people living in a southern highlands neighborhood say construction blasting -- has doubled. and continues to damage their homes. according to contractors -- those blasts are within county codes. but dozens have filed a lawsuit claiming damages. coming up on 13 action news.. live at 5... the fight to keep thousands of nevada students in their classrooms continue... what one charter school is
avocado sliced over just about everything these days could cost you a whole lot more... what's driving prices up. those stories and more on 13 action news.. live at 5. then later.. all new on 13 action news live at 6.. a woman is heartbroken after a trip to the hospital. she says she went in for an m-r- i... and when she came out, her earrings that were a gift from her now- deceased parents were responsibility. so we're getting to the bottom of it in a story you asked us to investigate. tonight...partly cloudy and gusty. lows 64 to 68 on the west side of the valley...66 to 70 on the east side. southwest winds 15 to 25 mph highs 83 to 86 on the west side of the valley...85 to 89 on the east side. southwest winds 10 to 15 mph and windy. lows 62 to 66 on the west side
>> judge judy: i'm really
interested about the motorcycle for a lot of reasons. >> announcer: she drove away... >> he said he just wanted to give it to me. >> announcer: ...then blew him off. >> i told her that i would eventually give it to her if things worked out between us. >> judge judy: what you have described to me is a broken heart, and now you want all your stuff back. >> announcer: even the judge gets the cold shoulder. >> judge judy: he feels like a fool. he feels like you took him for a ride. are you listening to me?
you are about to enter 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 shannon hinnenkamp is suing his former friend, cheryl toenyan, for several unpaid loans and for the return of a harley-davidson motorcycle. >> byrd: order! all rise. quiet in the courtroom. this is case number 216 on the calendar in the matter of hinnenkamp vs. toenyan. >> judge judy: thank you. >> byrd: you're welcome, judge. parties have been sworn in. you may be seated. why don't you folks have a seat? >> judge judy: mr. hinnenkamp, your claim is that you loaned money on many occasions to the defendant, who was your girlfriend and with whom you thought you were going to spend eternity. that didn't work out. you want your money back. in addition to your money, she has a motorcycle that belongs to you, you say, despite the fact that you turned over the
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