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packed last night-- with people supporting the cubs-- and supporting bryant. the bonanza high school graduate played a huge role throughout the series-- and last night-- he continued to lead the team-- you can watch in the replay video-- the final play of the game-- a slow roller headed straight to bryant-- who was already smiling before he even fielded bryant talked about making that to get rid of it quick, but of course i slip and my foot gives way 1:11 ---marissa tag newspapers across the country are having fun with the cubs' win... here's the front page of the chicago tribune...
and the chicago sun time's headline says " what a wonderful world" the new york post also has a great cover... you can see it says-- cubs win thriller, end 108 year curse. game of the century. high pressure is still holding strong to the valley. mainly sunny skies will be rising just a little more than yesterday. the valley this afternoon will range between 77 and 83 degrees with winds out of the west/northwest between 5 and 15 mph. as we move into friday, the front we have been monitoring for the past several days will begin to interact with the valley. partly cloudy skies will build but rain chances are not lacking so you can put the umbrella back in the closet. two huge names are coming
and bill clinton will be up there too... talking up his wife. not only are they trying to get people to vote for hillary... but they're trying to get people to vote early. doors open at five tonight at the cox pavillion. on the other side... donald trump junior is in town guest. reporting live parker collins thirteen action news. as for the candidates themselves.... one of them is trying to stay as calm as possible while the other goes on the attack. hillary clinton made a stop where she told the crowds to imagine what it would be like if donald trump was in the oval office. :24-:38 what would it be like to have a president who pits people against each other, who doesn't try to pull america together...what what your life would be like clinton also addressed the two officers killed in iowa. she says if she's elected she'll focus on helping people with mental health problems--
officers across the country have said we need to address. trump was on the other side of the country-- where he promised to remain calm in the final days of the election. stay on point, donald, stay on point. no side tracks, donald. nice and easy. trump's children are also hitting the campaign trail for him-- all five were at separate campaign events in different states yesterday. as agassi prep academy considers a complete makeover-- are making their voices heard. hundreds of parents and students packed into the board meeting at agassi prep last night. the school is considering merging with a prep school in new york. it has a reputation for high standards and little tolerance for students falling out of line. one by one the audience voiced their concerns about turning the charter school, into a reform school. :15;06/female student "you're turning the school into a prison." (butted with) :17:30/male student "if you're making us silent at
silent in the halls-that's not democratic." one of the biggest concerns is the new york school's longer classroom hours. agassi could vote on the merger as soon as next month. some other local schools could also see some big changes. as a way to help c-c-s-d has not taken a stance on the idea, but the program hasn't always been successful. 115332 louisiana the have abolished it tennessee they to abolish it 115340 if the proposal is implemented... 6 schools in our state would be chosen. we should find out which schools that could be sometime next spring. a scathing report for allegiant airlines.... if you fly with the las vegas based company-- it's four times more likely for one-thing to happen to you. we'll tell you what the new research found. greg adlibs weather forecast tease chopper 13 showing us the high
as you make up your mind, remember
-- congressman heck voted 10 times to defund planned parenthood. he even threatened to shut down the government over it. heck took all that money from wall street and predatory payday lenders and voted their way. he even wanted to privatize social security, risking it on the stock market.
them this morning investigators are focusing mainly on speed in a deadly baltimore... police say they still havent' determined how fast the two buses were going when they crashed early tuesday morning.... but investigators say by looking at the damage...it couldn't have been caused by a slow-moving vehicle. in a recorded 9-1-1 call a man said he thought the school bus was going 90-miles-per-hour! both drivers of the school bus and commuter bus died in that crash along with four riders on the commuter bus.... no children were on the school bus.
new research shows their flights are 4-times more likely to break down in the middle of a flight... than any other airline. according to the tampa bay times-- allegiant jets were forced to make 77 unexpected landings last year for serious mechanical failures. the newspaper says allegiant acknowledged its planes break down too often.. and the company promises it's changing the way it operates. a major recall we need to tell important household item.. could overheat and start a fire in your home! plus... when maggie died a piece of me died. a local veteran struggling with his p-t-s-d after the unexpected death of his service dog... but this morning-- he has a new hero helping him cope.
ask yourself: if joe heck was
on your side, why did he threaten to shut down the government on his crusade to defund planned parenthood? side with the wall street banks when he called nevada's foreclosure crisis a "blip"? and why did joe heck put payday lenders and their shameful interest rates first when he took their money? nevada, it's time to put people before the corporate special interests. it's time to vote no on joe heck. senate majority pac is responsible
with winds out of the west/northwest between 5 and 15 mph. as we move into friday, the front we have been monitoring for the past several days will begin to interact with the valley. partly cloudy skies will build but rain chances are not lacking so you can put the umbrella back in the closet. as we move into the weekend, high temperatures hold in the upper 70s and lower 80s and winds stick to 5-15 mph. this pattern literally extends into next wednesday. rising just a little more than
tweets from the players after they broke the curse... you can see players with their families....and the trophy everyone taking a picture with it... a hospital in maryland is scrubbing down their entire "nicu" this morning... a potentially deadly bacterium. leaders say this is the same bacterium found in the hospital's plumbing two months ago... which they only discovered after two babies died. after doctors discovered the two babies tested positive yesterday, all of the pre-mees were immediately moved a children' hospital. officials say so far they have not found any of the bacterium
down out of an "abundance of caution." an urgent recall from the consumer product safety commission this morning-- millions of dehumidifiers out there... that could overheat and start a fire in your home! the new recall affects about 3- point-4 million dehumidifiers sold under dozens of brand names like "g- e, kenmore and frigidaire." we've posted a link on our website to the list of affected models. safety officials say if you do have one, you need to contact the company for a replacement or refund. there's been 38 reports of smoke and fires connected to the dehumidifiers. a local veteran says he's finally getting his life back on track... after his service dog unexpectedly passed away-- but now he's finally got a new four legged companion. terrance scott was a military police officer in charge of guarding nuclear weapons. he moved to las vegas two years ago for a fresh start, and got a service dog named maggie to help with his p-t-s- d.
passed away. now, scott is ready to bond with his new partner-- mika. it's just limitless of what these dogs can do for yourself or for me. (butted with) they have given me a chance to survive . mika and scott were brought together thanks to the organization-- michael's angel paws. maybe you missed the c-m-a awards last night because you were busy watching the big game? no worries! we've got all the biggest moments in nashville... straight ahead. plus-- the manhunt is over-- police say they've captured the man who killed two iowa officers. now they're digging deeper into his past... and his troubles with police officers. chopper 13 bringing you breaking news fast and first.. always on the move looking for breaking news... "entertainer of the year goes
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our benefits are earned, and we rely on them. politicians like joe heck should understand that. narrator: joe heck voted to shut down the federal government, risking critical services for nevada veterans. and during that shutdown, heck continued cashing his congressional paycheck. his military record deserves respect. but back in dc, joe heck is putting politics before nevada. and that doesn't work for me. narrator: vote vets is responsible for the content of this advertising. abc last night for the 50th annual country music awards. there were plenty of big performances including a surprise appearance from
beyonce singing there was also a special tribute to singing legend dolly parton.. who received the lifetime achievement award. sot - dolly parton / lifetime achievement award recipient "i just wanna thank all my fans, everybody, for allowing me to see all my little girl dreams come true." and coming up in our next half hour... here some of those country stars reading mean tweets for jimmy kimmel. strong to the valley. mainly sunny skies will be common along with temperatures rising just a little more than yesterday. the valley this afternoon will range between 77 and 83 degrees with winds out of the west/northwest between 5 and 15 mph. as we move into friday, the front we have been monitoring for the past several days will begin to interact with the valley. partly cloudy skies will build but rain chances are not lacking so you can put the
could an american star be the next member of the british royal family? abc's mara schiavocampa is following the romantic status of the world's most eligible bachelor... prince harry. < in this morning's gma first look, she's the brainy beauty who's captured prince harry's heart. the divorced, 35-year old suits actress meghan markle reportedly hiding out with the world's most eligible bachelor since the weekend? getting to know one another at her home in 2 rescue dogs. just the latest in a whirlwind romance?the two reportedly crisscrossing the atlantic for secret meet ups over the last few months ,even doubledating with other members of the royal family...including harry's cousin princess eugenie. much like the people's prince, she uses much of her time to give back, including as world vision's newly appointed global ambassador, working on their clean water campaign. and coming up at 7am, we'll
look, i'm mara schiavocampo, abc news, new york. > reaction there's aton of reaction on social media this morning to the cubs big win... let's take a look at some of the tweets... here's one from president obama...."it happened cubs win world series. that's change even this south sider can believe in. me to the white house course a chicago native. coming up in our next half hour... a grandmother devastated to find out her 7 year old grandson is
the day he supposed to be coming to me is the day i find out he gets killed. why?!" with a murder suspect behind bars-- this woman says there's just one thing left for her to do. parker adlibs tease chopper 13 bringing you breaking news fast and first.. :00-:03 nats of cubs fans right now-- cubs fans all over are celebrating... now that the team has i'm mara schiavocampo, abc news, new york. remember 2007? smartphones? o m g ten years later, nothing's really changed.
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and predatory payday lenders and voted their way. he even wanted to privatize social security, risking it on the stock market. congressman heck just doesn't
care about people like us. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising. the big stars of the night. we'll have more on that in a minute- but first yasmeen we need to check our roads. high pressure is still holding
common along with temperatures rising just a little more than yesterday. range between 77 and 83 degrees with winds out of the west/northwest between 5 and 15 mph. as we move into friday, the front we have been monitoring for the past several days will lacking so you can put the umbrella back in the closet. :03-:07 bryant makes the play-- it's over!! bryant makes the play-- it's over!!
couple... 13 action news reporter parker collins is live at u-n-l-v... to tell us about the free event going on tonight. there's going to be a huge concert tonight... all for hillary clinton.. guess who's going to be there? world famous d-j steve aoki will be performing. and bill clinton will be up there too... not only are they trying to get people to vote for hillary... but they're trying to get people to vote early. doors open at five tonight at the cox pavillion. on the other side... donald trump junior is in town too.... he'll be talking a little after three today at ahern manufacturing with a mystery guest. reporting live parker collins thirteen action news. happening today... it's a big day for donald
it's a big day for donald trump's wife...melania. she is hitting the campaign trail today in pennsylvania after keeping a low profile the past few months. this will be her first campaign speech since she spoke at the republican national convention over the summer... she took a lot of criticism for that speech that many say was plagarized from a speech from first lady michelle obama... just in this morning.... the economist has just endorse hillary clinton for they endorsed her saying quote "trump would be a terrible president." in the past...the economist has endorsed both democrat and republican candidates... they endorsed barack obama in 2008 and 20-12...john kerry in 2004 and george w bush in 2000... a terrifying drive home for a woman and her daughter.. who find themselves at the end of a stolen car chase-- when the car comes crashing into them! chopper 13 fast and first over the scene near jones and tropicana.
and the people inside knew it. they tried to get away, but ended up crashing into the family. my wife hit the brake and stopped the car, but the stolen car doesn't stop my daughter is very upset and crying police say during the pursuit the stolen car was going into oncoming traffic and speeding. both suspects arrested are facing reckless driving and assault and battery charges. the grandmother of the being beaten and abused... is now trying to make sure that doesn't happen to his siblings. vera dawson says she does not know kenneth robinson-- the man charged with murder for the little boy's death. she tells us she came here from louisiana, and had been planning to take in all the kids, when she found out about the boy's death on sunday. vera dawson, victim's grandmother 23:59:10-23:59:19 "when i leave they going too they not finna stay here she done lost her son and i'm not finna lose another grandchild in this state"
he's due back in court next month. right now-- police in iowa are searching through the home of the man accused of killing two officers in cold blood... as they try to piece together why this all happened. investigators spent the night scouring the home of 46-year-old scott michael greene... searching for a motive. early yesterday morning, police say green shot and killed two police officers. they've now been identified as officers tony beminio and justin martin . hours later pol into custody. he surrendered peacefully. this is not greene's first run in with the law. the day before the deadly rampage, he was in court accused of abusing his mother. and authorities are now looking into this video of an incident two weeks ago, where greene was kicked out of a high school football game for flying a confederate flag in the stands. he filmed himself arguing with police. sot - scott michael greene / youtube "when you fly a confederate flag, standing in front of several african american people, that's going
is my constitutional right greene has not be charged yet. expect to see a lot more boots and cowboy hats around town in the coming weeks. there's three big rodeo and country events happening in the next 5 weeks... that the l-v-c-v-a expects around 330-thousand people to attend. p-b-r world finals are going on right now-- combine that with the national finals rodeo and cowboy christmas-- and the events should generate more than 115 million dollars for country radio personality, todd michaels tells us he's amazed by the growth of country fandom here. todd michaels 102.7 the coyote "you can't discount country or rodeo or pro bull riders, because they bring in a lot of money. there's a lot of enthusiastic fans." the p-b-r world finals run through this sunday at the t-mobile arena. protesters climbing on doors and fighting with police
pause for 5 seconds of nats all because of one of the candidates running to be a senator-- and his controversial ties... that's coming up. chopper 13 bringing you breaking news fast and first... you can see the sun finally coming up this morning! how hot is it going to get... greg has your full forecast next. and i'm tracking your roads... good morning,coming up on gma, the curse is over-after a one hundred and eight year drought, th world series championship back to chicago-we have interviews with the winners and we take a look at the epic celebrations-- we are live in
two u-s service members were killed and two wounded during an operation in afghanistan... the service members came under fire during a mission assisting afghan forces in clearing a taliban position... the names of the service members are being withheld so their families can be notified. :00-:02 (white flash) :24-:28 chaos breaks out outside a senate debate in louisiana... protesters furious that a candidate with ties to the
the crowds outside were doing anything they could to try and get inside the building... and police used pepper spray to try and get people to back down. the six candidates participated in the debate... including republican david duke, a white nationalist and the former leader of the k-k-k. at least two people were detained by police, but they were eventually released. police in mississippi are now calling the burning of a black church... a hate crime. vandals set the one-hundred-and- eleven year old chuch on fire le night... and spray painted "vote trump" on one of the outside walls. no one was injured in the fire, and crews were able to put it out quickly. police say they are talking to a possible person of interest. some parents in saint petersburg, florida are upset over this video showing a teacher standing by while two high school girls trade punches in a classroom. the teacher appears to be trying to guide the girls out the door.. but he never intervenes. the school district says teachers are not required to
the video could also be in trouble. an experiment meant to scare teens into driving safely... now has a wisconsin school under fire... after parents say the message went way too far "there have been a series of wrecks and multiple reckless driving things happenings currently around brodhead. we've currently lost a handful of fellow students," during the morning announcements, students reveal four classmates have died in a immediately students become emotional. "one girl had to go home because she was having a panic attack." later they announce there was no accident, and their classmates are alive. tir parents were in on the secret. the school says the goal was to teach kids about distracted driving and safety on the road. but parents and students have been sounding off online-- calling the lesson a "barbaric scare tactic." the school district released a letter apologizing for any
bring awareness to a serious issue. this morning-- we're getting to look at some of the progress crews are making with "car-nado". this is a time lapse video showing the demolition of the "m-l-k bridge." it used to connect the i-15 and the 95. n-dot says the bridge will be re- built further north, with extra space for an h-o-v lane. the car-nado closures will remain in effect through february. uber is adding a new feature to their app that may seem a little creepy.... a ride directly to a friend's location. here's the creepy part, you don't need to know where your friend is...you just have to type one of your contact's names into uber's where to search option. uber does ask approval to share your location. the features will roll out gradually for i-o-s and android users in the coming weeks. just in this morning... a new c-b-s new york times poll
nationally.... the poll shows clinton with 45- percent support and trump with 42... the difference is within the poll's margin of error...so still a very close race.... already...more than 22-million americans have voted. breaking right now... wikileaks has just released more clinton emails... this happened just minutes ago... it's part 27 of the series wikileaks has been releasing... a local del taco restaurant becomes the center of a controversy... all ba outside. someone hung up this banner outside the location on tropicana and maryland parkway. it's supporting "question two" the ballot measure.. on legalizing recreational marijuana. this is right by u-n-l-v... and college students we spoke to say it makes perfect sense to put the banner outside a 24-hour fast food place. "people would come in their packed cars and they'd look
ton of food. like not even joking, $50 worth of food." we spoke to del taco and they say they never put the banner up, and they have no idea who did it. but they have now taken it down. meal replacement shakes and bars are a growing trend for people hoping to lose some weight... but are they actually good for you? nutritionists say meal replacements can be a great way to jump start weight loss. they help with portion-control, are high in protein... and low in sugar. but experts warn they also tend bacteria needed to keep you healthy. and psycholigically speaking drinks can leave you feeling unsatisfied. dieticians instead suggest moderation-- a shake for breakfast and traditional meals for lunch and dinner. speaking of eating-- did you know not getting a good night's sleep affects the way you eat the next day? researchers from king's college london found that those who were sleep deprived consumed an average of 385 calories per day
the study also shows a small difference in what sleep deprived people ate. they had proportionately higher fat and lower protein intakes. a four-year battle between hulk hogan and gawker media is finally over. the wrestler and media company say they have reached a confidential settlement. hogan will get 31-million dollars in cash. the celebrity... who's real name is terry ) bollea.. sued gawker after they posted last night... country music celebrated their biggest stars at the cma awards.. and abc's jimmy kimmel had some fun with them... in his latest edition of country music mean tweets. all air traffic will be redirected to miranda lambert's forehead. (butted with) 22:11:00-22:29;09 why does the blonde in little big town have hair like a zoolander villain? aww man... for some reason my mom has is always drunk... i dont know..
you can see the full video on jimmy kimmel's facebook page or youtube channel. high pressure is still holding strong to the valley. mainly sunny skies will be range between 77 and 83 degrees with winds out of the west/northwest between 5 and 1 as we move into friday, the front we have been monitoring for the past several days will begin to interact with the valley. partly cloudy skies will build but rain chances are not lacking so you can put the umbrella back in the closet. as we move into the weekend, mainly sunny skies come back, high temperatures hold in the upper 70s and lower 80s and winds stick to 5-15 mph. this pattern literally extends
breaking news near fort apache and deer springs... we're hearing police have two people in custody in connection with a possible stolen car... seven cop cars there surrounding the car.. one person in cuffs we're still waiting for more head to k-t-n-v dot com for updates.... :03-:07 bryant makes the play-- it's over!! there he is... our hometown hero kris bryant.. helping the cubs secure that big win in cleveland last night. marissa kynaston joins us from bonanza high school where bryant graduated. marissa? we were all holding our breath-- but bryant seemed calm-- this entire bar was
cubs-- and supporting bryant. the chicago cubs defeated the cleveland indians 8-7 in game 7 last night-- and it was bonanza high school graduate-- kris bryant-- who helped lead the cubs to their first world series win in over a hundred years. in the last play of the game-- bryant charged the slow roller-- made a nice throw to bryant talked about how proud he was to be a cub-- right feel so fortunate to be a chicago cub right now 1:21 marissa tag bryant makes the play-- it's over!! there he is... our hometown hero kris bryant..
it's a combination you might find surprising. parker collins joins us now from u- n-l-v. parker-- what's going on there tonight? there's going to be a huge concert tonight... all for hillary clinton.. guess who's going to be there? world famous d-j steve aoki will be performing. and bill clinton will be up there too... talking up his wife. not only are they trying to get but they're trying to get people to vote early. doors open at five tonight at he'll be talking a little after thirteen action news. high pressure is still holding strong to the valley. mainly sunny skies will be common along with temperatures
the desert is where bad guys go when they want to make evidence disappear. but hiding the evidence won't help danny tarkanian. sure, he can bury all those property taxes he skipped out on for years... ...or all those fake charities he helped set up... ...or the scams against seniors he formed... or the $17 million judgment he never paid. he can try, but he can't make his record disappear. danny tarkanian: just a con man who can't bury the truth.
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? good morning, america. the curse has been reversed. >> the cubs win the world series! >> the chicago cubs are world champions. beating cleveland in an epic game seven. after extra innings, not even a rain delay could stop history. cubs the lead for good. >> that's one of my best games anybody will ever see. >> chicago erupting overnight. thousands celebrating in the streets. the team and their superstar fans soaking up the big win. >> i'm going to remember this for a long time. >> ending the 108-year drought >> good morning, america. from your world series