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now to a developing story . right now the las vegas valley is under a wind advisory. the question is -- could this wind let's get straight to 13 first alert meteorologist greg bennett who has the answer! greg? high pressure from the pacific northwest is stretching down into las vegas. will form but rain chances will lack for the valley and mountains. winds will be mild for most of the day but by about 7pm tonight, breezy conditions begin and strengthen into friday morning. high temperatures today will range between 54 and 59 degrees
friday will yield stronger winds gusting between 30 and 35 mph as we keep to partly cloudy skies and highs between 51 and along with partly cloudy skies have the suspect in a bank hostage situation in custody-- that's according to a tweet from jacksonville sheriff's office. they say 11 people were being held inside the bank, while the man was trying to rob it.. no word yet if anyone is hurt...but they did receive a call that someone was shot. the swat team and hostage business in the area were evacuated, and people are being asked to avoid the area. happening today-- metro police needs your help in finding package thieves. they're asking people to register your surveillance camera. 13 action news reporter marissa kynaston tells us how it all works. this is all you need to register your camera-- you can its designed to cut back on
for different crimes caught on camera. police say a lot of times-- a homeowner-- or a business owner-- may have caught a crime or a suspect on camera-- but didnt even know it! so-- that footage never gets to metro-- and is never available for them to help solve that crime. this program hopes to change that-- especially now during the holiday season-- as police search for package thieves. take sot take sot (from callahan's pkg, contact 13 porch pirates) randy sutton retired metro ltn 17:35:15:00 it's just a number game, they is like a full time job for some of these thieves marissa tag police reports show that theft and property crime increase during the holiday season-- between thanksgiving and new years. mk-- 13an. now to a story you'll see only on 13 action news. a popular strip restaurant and lounge asks a muslim woman to take off
parker collins talked to the woman... who was left in tears. shot at standup 1 00:00:07-00:00:47 it's hard for louvenia daan to talk about ago... she was asked to take it off so after speaking with several staff members she left. a restaurant manager told me they've even asked people of the jewish faith to take off their yarmulke. we're told it's a security issue... only at this location on the strip, so the staff can clearly see the customer's face. but daan says she's worn a hijab vegas... and says she's never had a problem until now. take sot louvenia daan, muslim woman 19:23:45-19:23:51 "i wear a hijab all day and i see hundreds of thousands of customers and i've never been treated like that ever." 00:00:54-00:01:01 daan hopes peppermill will change its policy... she's even reaching out to the a-c-l-u parker collins 13 action news.
including the message peppermill sent daan on facebook. right now-- metro is investigating it's third murder case in just 24 hours... police tell us around 8 last night, they got multiple calls about gun shots near bonanza and 10th street. they believe two men and a woman in a red jeep cherokee drove up to a home, and at least one of them opened fire. the male victim was hit once in the chest. shooting was drug related. we move on now to the latest on the trump transition -- the president elect and mike pence are heading out of trump tower today on what they call a "thank you tour. it'll start at that carrier plant in indianapolis -- which reversed course and decided to keep more than 1000 jobs in the u.s. --. abc's tom llamas is at trump tower with all the details today president elect donald trump will announce a deal, one he promised on the campaign
worker. sot - trump 3/19/16 it is not presidential for the president of the united states to call up the head of carrier, "hello, this is the president." but i don't care, it's so much fun for me please don't take that away! in a statement carrier saying they "negotiated an agreement with the incoming administration", part of which will result in "...preserving more than 1,000 jobs." details of the agreement unclear...but a source telling abc news a regulatory incentive was a factor... carrier worker kipp glen, a trump supporter, praising the sot kipp glenn: the spirits were high last night, people were actually handshaking, hugging and already showing us he is a worker but some of trump's critics want more details before they celebrate the incoming president. sot/warren ac360 - "yeah, jobs are good. the question is exactly what is the deal? the things you learn cabinet, a familiar face is under consideration for secretary of veterans affairs... [nats sarah palin & trump in iowa -- palin endorsement] a palin aide telling abc news palin told trump transition
feel as though the megaphone i have been provided can be used in a productive and positive way to help those desperately in need." 60% of women say they have experienced workplace sexual in our special report -- we're talking to some of them in hopes of finding a possible solution....plus one industry that is most prone to unwanted advances... and this morning new chilling details in the disappearance of that california mother...her husband opens up exclusively to abc news. greg? these little toys can make a
our 13 days of giving campaign is in full swing and all thanks to you! and here at 13 action news we're not just talking the talk -- we are walking the walk!! greg bennett is in our lobby which has turned into a spectacular holiday display-- greg ab-libs tag there are donation bins all over the valley. you can drop off donations here at our studios..
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high pressure has a weak front riding right into las vegas. this means partly cloudy skies will form but rain chances will lack for the valley and the day but by about 7pm tonight, breezy conditions begin and strengthen into friday morning. high temperatures today will range between 54 and 59 degrees valley wide with winds out of the north northeast between 5 and 10 mph. by 7 pm, those winds increase to 10-20 mph with gusts around cloudy skies and highs between 51 and 56 degrees. this means, due to the winds, highs will feel like 42 to 46 we will slowly lose the wind moving into saturday with high temperatures slowly rising into the upper 50s and low 60s sunday but, with another front expected to pass overhead monday and tuesday, temperatures will fall dramatically again. by tuesday into wednesday, las vegas will see upper 40s and lower 50s for high temperatures along with partly cloudy skies and breezy conditions. an abc news exclusive.
for three weeks is opening up!! he says at one point she was able to get to the freeway...but no one would stop to help her.... 056 keith papini she screamed so much, she's coughing up blood from the screaming trying to get somebody to stop. and again just another sign of how my wife is, she's so wonderful. why she believed no one was stopping to help her and new
details of sherri papini's ordeal -- abc's matt gutman sat down with her husband in redding, california this morning - keith papini revealing what he went through during his wife's 22 day captivity keith papini: i just thought of her being there screaming my name and describing to 20/20 his wife sherri's helter skelter release keith papini: she was uh, she had a bag over her head - her left hand was in the vehicle chained to something. when she was? matt gutman: to make sure s of the car. keith papini: she was chained anytime she was in the vehicle. they opened the door - she doesn't know because they had a bag over her head. they had cut something to free her restraint that was holding her into the vehicle and then kind of pushed her out of the vehicle. and she has at this point no idea where she is at and then ran to the freeway. but motorists keep whizzing past her. keith papini she screamed so much, she's coughing up blood
stop. and again just another sign of how my wife is, she's so wonderful. she's saying well maybe people aren't stopping because i have a chain that looks like i broke out of prison so she tried to tuck in her chain under her clothes, i mean.. this morning - the shasta county sheriff's office releasing new details about abductors...described as two hispanic women armed with a hand gun...one of them he said had curly hair, thick accent and pierced ears. sheriff tom bosenko suspect no. 2 was the older of the two suspects. she had straight, black hair with some greying color. but the big questions still remain... where was she held?...what was the motive?...and, was she specifically targeted or was this a random act? brad garrett you cut their hair. you beat them. you're really talking about
break somebody down. that was matt gutman reporting. up next -- a son is accused of killing his parents and then trying to dissolve their bodies in acid.... what police say could be the motive is jaw-dropping!! and a series of deadly storms country overnight.... the newest images and details just coming in... plus -- i'll have a special report on sexual harrasment in the workplace. just how often women are subjected to it. and i'm following breaking news -- several police officers shot in different states just hours apart. the latest details just coming. searching for suspect - v
was shot three times while checking a home for squatters. the officer was able to drive himself to the hospital and has since been released. the gunman is described as a black male dressed in dark clothing. and more breaking news -- two tucson, arizona police officers are recovering after being shot. the suspect was also shot and killed by police. those officers were serving a felony warrant at an apartment complex when the shooting happened. one officer needed surgery for serious injuries -- the other officer is expected to be ok. story! right now the las vegas valley is under a wind advisory. looking at current temperatures right now -- the question is -- will it get any colder? let's get straight to 13 first alert meteorologist greg bennett who has the answer! greg? high pressure from the pacific northwest is stretching down into las vegas. at the same time that edge of
riding right into las vegas. this means partly cloudy skies will form but rain chances will lack for the valley and mountains. winds will be mild for most of high temperatures today will range between 54 and 59 degrees valley wide with winds out of the north northeast between 5 and 10 mph. by 7 pm, those winds increase to 10-20 mph with gusts around 25 mph. friday will yield stronger winds gusting between 30 and 35 highs will feel like 42 to 46 temperatures will fall sexual h workplace. millions of women have been victimized by it -- and today we introduce you to a diverse group of women from different industries -- sharing their experiences....and brainstorming possible solutions. missy (engineering): i have been sexually harassed elizabeth (finance): touched and propositioned amanda (politics): this is my experience their voices?part of the 60% of women who say they have experienced workplace
elizabeth (finance): vulnerable sore (education): small judnick (journalism): unsafe abc news brought together 10 women, from 10 different industries -- finance to hospitality services to government- to hear their experiences. 16;29;53 blayne/hospitality services: i worked in restaurants for 10 years // and every time i walked into the kitchen, someone would whistle. this person used guilty tripping // to try to get me to do sexual activity as compensation // 16;08;51 sore/education: // he would always stare at me really weird. and in those moments, i always sort of went into myself. 15;57;20 elizabeth/finance: i've spent 25 years in the financial services industry //
trading floor // according to government statistics, the finance sector is one of the industries most prone to sexual harassment statistics show that 70% of women who experience workplace sexual harassmen it? why? the fear of job retaliation. 15;55;46 amanda/ politics: i to me and weigh them against my that important to the company bunch of guys, and i'm very upfront with them and i tell
just got off the plane and is expected to speak at a carrier plant. this is where mr. trump helped save one-thousand jobs. the company was planning to move the plant to mexico to save money. details of how he got the company to stay have not been released.. but carrier said "incentives" from indiana were an important consideration to staying in the
could have more say in your child's education than ever before... c-c-s-d is creating committees made up of parents, teachers and support staff for every school. last night, bonanza high held elections for their team members. 15:34:24 joe petrie, bonanza high school principal "the parents on this team will actually make decisions about where we're spending our money, with budget, with staffing." (butted with) 15:41:55 petrie "i'm really looking forward to this idea of being able to see things from another perspective." parents not on the committee will still be able to have meetings at least once a month. right now -- police need your help finding this man who they say may be responsible for a shooting in a mobile home park earlier this month. his name is max cook. metro would like you to take a good look at him. if you see him.. do not approach him and call police. police say he's armed and dangerous.. now to the latest on the deadly storm system slamming the southeast - two dozen
one of them flattening a small town in alabama. abc's phillip mena is there nats just one day after at least 16 tornadoes devastated the southern states? locator: ((alabama)) nats alabama familes beginning to pick up the pieces? this door frame the only thing remaining for one family? stormcleanupal 00;00;26;41 - we were all holding onto each other crouched down on the floor - dear god please let me live through this! all that's left of this daycare - an interior room? sot sherriff iderstormdamageal: we've been fortunate vs. the last few times it came through nats here in rosalie many parts of the town leveled - debris even in the standing at this destroyed convenience store? locator: ((mississippi)) in mississippi - families assesing the damage? nats - people cutting sthey cut and cle their homes? you can see how this pecan tree sliced through this house... stormrescuems neighbor sot: we had to get the ladder out from over there and get her out of the window because she and in the florida panhandle? a powerful waterspout forming off the coast wednesday afternoon. locator:((georgia)) nats - tornado siren near atlanta, a tornado warning? with strong winds blowing this
recycling center about a quarter mile away? nats students hunkered down intheir school hallway - waiting out the storm... nats - cleanup the winds knocking down trees? severing power lines? that was phillip mena reporting. developing now...the death toll is rising from those massive wildfires in eastern tennessee. three more bodies were found yesterd of people killed to seven. 53 people have also been their homes and many say their family members are missing. including one man who can't find his wife or daughters. michael reed/wife and daughters missing in fires: "i've called the other shelters here, they said she isn't there...just hoping for a miracle." over 15-thousand acres have
much needed help yesterday. rain allowed rescue crews to go house by house looking for those who may be trapped. governor bill haslam says these are the worst fires the state has seen in 100 years. new this midday -- a gruesome story out of tennessee where officials say a son is accused of killing his parents. the sheriff's office says joel guy killed his mother and father, then dismembered their bodies and tried to dissolve their bodies in a acid. his neighbors say he's always friendly. 017 very like non-responsive....028 i dont see him that often detectives say there was information his parents were planning to cut off some of his financial support just a day before the killings took place. it's not clear if that was the motive. guy was arrested in baton rouge, louisiana.
to be shipped and delivered to homes all over the valley... and there's a new tool that can help keep your packages safe on your door step. estimates show 23 million americans have had a package stolen. we spoke to one of those victims, ed pascual-- who posted this video of two men taking his box full of cleaning and watched the package get dropped off. ed pascual package stolen 06.27.55.00 "these guys don't know what is in these it could be a $50 item or a $1,000 item." frustration over the common thefts has led to a new innovation. it's called the package guard. the deliver person puts your package on it, and then if someone takes the box before you disarm it... the alarm will go off. meanwhile, pascal tells us he'll be using amazon lockers for deliveries from now on. these toys .may not seem like a lot but they can help change a child's life this holiday
is in full swing and all thanks to you! and here at 13 action news we're not just talking the talk -- we are walking the walk!! greg bennett is in our lobby which has turned into a spectacular holiday display-- greg ab-libs greg ab-libs tag there are donation bins all over the valley. you can drop off donations here at our studios..
up next -- if you're looking for chocolate with less sugar but the same taste -- there may something for you! we'll tell you about the latest invention! but first -- if you're single we have an expert here to help you! a professional matchmaker," patti novak is here to share her secrets! las vegas-based author, dating coach and star of a&e's
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at the same time that edge of high pressure has a weak front riding right into las vegas. this means partly cloudy skies will form but rain chances will lack for the valley and mountains. winds will be mild for most of the day but by about 7pm tonight, breezy conditions begin and strengthen into friday morning. range between 54 and 59 degrees valley wide with winds out of the north northeast between 5 and 10 mph. by 7 pm, those winds increase to 10-20 mph with gusts around 25 mph. friday will yield stronger winds gusting between 30 and 35 mph as we keep to partly cloudy skies and highs between 51 and 56 degrees. this means, due to the winds, highs will feel like 42 to 46 degrees. we will slowly lose the wind moving into saturday with high temperatures slowly rising into the upper 50s and low 60s
monday and tuesday, temperatures will fall dramatically again. by tuesday into wednesday, las vegas will see upper 40s and lower 50s for high temperatures along with partly cloudy skies and breezy conditions. from contact 13 -- as you start to dress up your home want to double check where you commission wants to remind double check where you put those decorations... because it could be a safety danger. the consumer product safety commission wants to remind people that two holiday
if you leave a menorah too close to drapes or other fabric, it can spark a fire in seconds. and if you have a live kaye/cpsc chairman: "you want to make sure that there are no the lights, just throw them out and get a new one. get a new set." safety experts say in under 30 seconds the whole tree could be on fire, which could easily spread through your house. right now police from new york stolen pot of gold flakes... officers are calling the stolen pot of gold flakes... officers are calling the investigation...operation lucky charms. detectives say a man stole the pot of gold worth more than 1.5 million dollars off an armored truck in new york city. that company is now offering a 1- hundred thousand dollar reward for information in this case.... the suspect was even caught on camera taking the 90 pound barrel back in september. sugar that cuts cals - v nestle claims you can now have chocolate with less sugar but
hollowing out sugar particles, it can reduce the chocolate's sugar content by as much as 40-percent. nestle is applying for a patent... and plans to start rolling out products containing the new sugar in 2018. the swiss company wouldn't say exactly which products would contain the new sugar, saying only it was "looking at confectionery first." we'll be back with today's top stories and a final check of you're watching 13 action news, where you get breaking news fast and first. stay with us. before we go, here's a look at before we go, here's a look at some of the t i wanted the same plan that my mother had. senior dimensions.
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finding package thieves. all they need is for you to register your surveillance cam police say a lot of times a homeowner may have caught a crime or a suspect on camera and that footage never gets to metro-- this program hopes to change that. metro is investigating it's third murder case in just 24 hours police tell us around 8 last night, they got multiple calls about gun shots near bonanza and 10th street. they believe two men and a woman drove up to a home, and at least one of them opened fire. investigators think the shooting was drug related. and before we go, here's a look
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