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killed him. hl plus...the man charged with making terrorist threats in a youtube video will have to wait a little longer to find out his fate... why his sentencing was postponed. but first happening right now -- car fanatics eat you hearts out. the premier car trade show. 13 action news reporter parker collins shows us what families are getting out of the show this year. cover with vo there are a lot of booths out here a lot of them want to make your car go faster some of them have safety features like this one it can help you know when your child has gotten out of their carseat all you have to do is put this 16:06:34 and there are other booths like this one that can
take sot peter macgillivray, sema coordinator 14:46:55-14:47:01 "the sema industry is a lot like the fashion industry: styles change getting safety features you're getting all kinds of things some of them probably best left to the professionals parker collins thirteen action news. all-new at 3 -- check this out! you're looking at the world's first smart street lights that are now in place in las vegas! the lights are powered by pedestrians footsteps, using kinetic energy pads, and solar energy. when someone steps on a kinetic tile, energy is created and goes directly to a battery. the l boulder plaza in the arts district. right now police are working to track down any suspects that shot up a teen halloween party! police say six teens between the ages of 14 and 16 were walking near mount hood and carey... when they got into an argument with people inside a car that was driving by. that's when police say someone shot at the teens... hitting three of them. the teens should be ok. vo the man charged with making
couple more days before he learns how long he'll spend behind bars. 13 action news reporter marissa kynaston explains the delay in the bruce cuellar case. i was able to talk with a friend of cuellars off camera-- they seemed confused and angry-- saying this goes against freedom of speech. take vo we have been following this story from the beginning-- a few weeks ago-- cuellars friend told our cameras we didnt have the facts straight. nat (king's story on aug 25) facts straight on this today-- they threw out his last guilty plea-- and made a new one-- this time-- its an alford plea. this carries a lesser sentence-- so instead of 2-20 years in prison-- he could face 1-10 years instead. police say back in july-- cueller posted a threatening video-- saying he planned to kill homosexuals and satanists. marissa tag cuellar is expected to appear in court again on thursday for his
we're on top of a developing story right now -- at least six people are dead after a school bus crashed into a commuter bus in baltimore. police say the school bus first hit a car then went into a pillar. the bus then slammed into oncoming traffic and collided with an m-t-a bus. tj smith/baltimore police "it literally looks like a bomb exploded in the bus and it is catastrophic damage. " "there are no skid marks? so something catastrop place? and it is something we are continuing to investigate no children were on the school bus -- but the driver of that vehicle was killed. five of the other fatalities were from the commuter bus. the national transportation and safety board is sending a highway team to investigate the crash.. another deadly halloween tragedy unfolds in mississippi. a mother and two of her children were killed when a flat bed truck crashed into the
highway 80 in the small town of chunky. at least seven others believed to be injured -- some of whom are fighting for their lives. ( sgt. andy west / mississippi highway patrol ) "it's a small community. this is a bad thing to happen anywhere, but when it's local, it really hits home. these are good people, and our hearts go out to them." the county coroner described the scene as "chaos." investigators are still trying to determine what caused the crash. here at home -- this afternoon stabbing a man near downtown las vegas overnight. the stabbing happened near charleston and 28th...around one this morning police say this happened when the victim got into a fight with someone. no word on the victim's condition. it's your voice your vote in the race for the white house. with just one week to go before the election, the race for president is looking like it could come down to the wire. as polls tighten, the candidates are hitting each other where it hurts. scott mclean has the latest on
one week ago, hillary clinton looked like she was running away with the election. now, new national polling shows the outcome no longer seems as is yours. i do believe we are stronger together. donald trump / -r- presidential candidate: the guiding rule of the political class in washington, d.c. is that they are looking out only for themselves. donald trump is campaigning in democratic-leaning pennsylvania and wisconsin, buoyed by news that the f.b.i., at the 11th batch of emails potentially related to hillary clinton's use of a private email server as secretary of state. robby mook / campaign manager, hillary for america: we just want fairness. the clinton campaign is now complaining of a double-standard at the bureau. gary johnson, the libertarian candidate is piling onto the controversy saying clinton risks impeachment if elected. gary johnson / -l- presidential candidate: unquestionably this is going to be the nation's
up in impeachment. the cnn poll of polls, shows clinton with a four-point lead but the latest abc news/washington post tracking poll shows trump leading for the first time since may. in response, clinton is hitting trump where it hurts. campaign ad: when i come home and dinner's not ready, i go through the roof. the clinton campaign is rolling out this new ad, while clinton herself is campaigning with alicia machado, a former miss universe trump reportedly called miss piggy, trying to change the subject from her emails to trump's treatment of women. mclean. a new study says uber and lyft drivers are discriminating against certain groups of people! and -- we now know who is on the annual glamour "women of the year" list...and it includes a new twist this year. then later -- mothers know just how many options there are when it comes to baby food... up next --why new findings say baby food labeled healthy may
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stefani, christine lagarde, zendaya, and simone biles. singer bono also made the list "man of the year". those women and bono will be honored at an awards ceremony on november 14 in los angeles. adele is opening up about her battle with postpartum depression. the singer is revealing her struggle with the depressive disorder in a new profile for vanity fair magazine. she gave birth to her son angelo in 20-12. the 28-year-old british pop star says in the early stages
adele says she's recovered from her postpartum depression, but says finding a proper work-life balance remains a challenge. a dramatic rescue is all caught on camera! a police officer is risking his life trying to get the woman out of this burning car....what happened just moments before this! plus -- looking at the way these baby products are labeled, you probably think they're pretty healthy. but a new study says you may want to take a closer look. i'm kumasi aaron. the words you need to watch out for next time you go shopping.
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sparks caused the front of her car to ignite. the 87 year old says she's grateful the officer was there to help her get out and save her life. you trust the food you buy at the store for your little one is healthy like the label says. but a new study says that might not be true. it found food and drink marketing for young children often goes against what experts say is healthy for kids to eat. kumasi aaron shows us which types of products are the biggest culprits. study basically found the marketing leads parents to believe products like these are healthier alternatives to breast milk or homemade food. and that's just not always the case. check out these numbers. take graphic 1: according to the new study by the rudd center for food policy and obesity and the university of connecticut... nearly 60 percent of advertising dollars promoted products that are not recommended for young children. it's a big deal because experts don't recommend serving products with added sugar to children under two. still, study results show 50
83 percent of toddler snack foods have added sweetners. kumasi aaron / @itskumasi i found some examples of some of those products, toddler milk sweetened with sugar and marketed as formula and snack foods with low nutritional value. the study even called out one specific liquid supplement with high calories aimed at young children that has as much sugar as a sports drink. i looked on the labels, and all have added sugar and sweeteners. take video: the study also like less crying better digestion and brain development. but the thing is, companies are not required to support this jennifer harris / uconn rudd center for food policy & obesity 12:55:22-51 the first two years of a child's life are different fruits and vegetables and different textures they're not going to learn to enjoy those foods.
the products that are marketed have added sugar and that makes it makes them prefer the taste of very sweet which makes them prefer the taste of very sweet which makes it even more difficult to get them to like the healthy stuff. kumasi aaron / @itskumasi now, there were some bright spots. the study found beech-nut and gerber only offer nutritious in fact, the study found most baby foods are nutritious but they're just not advertised as much. so that healthy food is out there, you just may have to look a little harder. in case you're one of millions of people wondering what happens to all of president obama's social media accounts -- here's the answer. the white house says it will make the potus handle available to the next president on inauguration day.. and the account will keep its more than 11-million followers. but it will start with no
all of president obama's tweets will be archived under the potus 44 handle. the white house also wants to hear from you about how to best archive all of president obama's social media content. we have a link on our website ktnv dot com where you can submit your idea. let's go to 13 first alert chief meteorologist bryan scofield. a storm system is pushing through the area and will affect the region for expect breezy winds tomorrow with highs in the mid 70s as the system pushes southeast of the area. the area will warm up by a few degrees on thursday, with highs in the mid and upper 70s around the valley. that same system will make a push to the west,but stay to our south, which will send clouds and moisture
slight chances for rain thursday night and friday. friday will be another day with highs in the mid and upper 70s, with partly cloudy skies. by saturday, the system will finally start to move on and will push this will allow for a little warming on saturday, with highs around 80. on sunday, a different system moving in from the pacific northwest will pick up the winds and will bring a cool-down for the start to the workweek. expect highs in the upper 70s sunday, then mid 70s on
we have some breaking news -- taking a live look in los angeles where there's been taking a live look in los angeles where there's been a worker has fallen and was just transported to the hospital. uber and lyft drivers are discriminating against riders based on gender and race. that's according to a new study. apparently, black riders wait 30-percent longer for an uber ride to arrive. some drivers are more likely to cancel rides based on a
meanwhile, drivers take female passengers for longer, more expensive rides. the research was conducted by professors from m-i-t, stanford and washington. all new at 3 -- police in oklahoma have just released a new dramatic video of the moments they caught up with that oklahoma murder suspect and killed him! and new details about how he stayed hidden for so long. you're watching 13 action news, where you get breaking news fast and first.
who had been on the run for a week. that manhunt ending in a violent shootout - killing the alleged murderer -- who was suspected in a series of violent crimes across the state. a-b-c's lauren lyster has the dramatic footage. ((quick nats)) this newly released dashcam video showing the dramatic car chase and explosive shootout between state troopers and oklahoma
((nat from video)) this scene -- the deadly end of a manhunt for the 38-year-old suspected killer -- after authorities find him sunday night 130 miles northwest of oklahoma city...they say vance refuses to give up -- dying in the shootout. sot capt. paul timmons oklahoma highway patrol - replace if there's a better sot from presser: "it seems it was a pretty fierce gun battle - there were a number of shell casings" vance violent crimes --including shooting two police officers.... then carjacking as he fled, uncle. the suspect -- even livestreaming his getaway on facebook... michael vance facebook: wow, that really hurt, see i'm bleeding where the police shot me. but then-- vance disappears and police think maybe he's died from his injuries. a week later -- authorities hone in when vance is spotted leaving a campsite in western
here and said what's the deal here help reportedly coming through a tip from this farmer sot: he's lived in here we saw some clothes hanging up a county sheriff later pulls vance over -- bullets fly but vance escapes -- until he's cornered less than an hour later tag: authorities say they have three people in custody for their part in assisting vance...facing charges inluding being an accessory to murder and for providing a weapon to vance. ll abc news los angeles. a frightening halloween for a university of utah student she says she was raped on by a man in a mask. more details about the man police are looking for -- coming up. plus our powerhouse team of reporters are following the candidates on the trail -- another blue state kind of day for donald trump. why is his campaign spending money in states leaning toward hillary clinton? i'm abc's karen travers with the latest form the campaign trail in wisconsin. gonzalez tease: and i'm marci gonzalez traveling with hillary clinton's campaign in florida - as she tries to turn the focus away from the fbi
right now on 13 action news live at "she's a slob." "she ate like a pig." "i'd look her right in that fat, ugly face of hers..." donald trump calls women "bimbos", "dogs", and "fat pigs." but congressman crescent hardy said he'd support donald trump 100%. nevada, there's a better choice: ruben kihuen. y women less than men. and kihuen will always protect a woman's right to choose. ruben kihuen for nevada.
for the suspect. plus...iraqi forces are making major progress in the critical battle for mosul. what expers believe will happen as troops close in on the city. but first -- we are just one week to go in the presidential campaign donald trump is pulling ahead by one point in the latest abc national poll.. but hillary clinton maintains an advantage on the electoral college map. our powe is on the trail with them... marci gonzalez,is in sanford, florida with the clinton campaign but we start with karen travers with trump in wisconsin. donald trump starting his day in pennsylvania? nats not with a rally of fired up supporters but a subdued health care event with running mate mike pence. trump calling the affordable care act a catastrophe: trump sot i will ask congress to convene a special session so we can repeal and replace. a quick stop at philly
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