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-- for comments he made about undocumented students. what he plans to do if they show up to his class. plus... we're learning more about that bizarre kidnapping case involving a california mother. what her husband is now revealing in an exclusive interview. but first...... police have a plan to help reduce crime in need your help. all you have to do-- is register your surveillance camera. 13 action news reporter marissa kynaston explains how the new program works. ou may already be using surveillance to protect your own home-- but now police want to partner up with you-- to help protect your neighborhood. the program is called vegas safe cam. they got the idea from other cities across the country that have already rolled out the
found it to be successful so far-- in helping to solve crimes. police say-- by knowing exactly who has surveillance footage-- it could save them a lot of time in identifying-- and tracking down-- a suspect. take sot asst sheriff tom roberts, metro we'll know that you have a video system that you're willing to allow us to use, and that will save us valuable time in canvassing a neighborhood, we can go directly to you and partner with you in solving a crime in your neighborhood marissa tag this is all you need to register your camera-- you can see its only a few questions-- mk-- 13an. it's important for you to know that metro will not be 'tapping' your surveillance system. and your personal information would only be accessible to police officers for official investigations. the registration form asks for your name, address, phone number and the location and directions of your cameras. if you're interested in the vegas safecam program, you can find the link to register on
the husband of that kidnapped california mom -- missing for three weeks before turning up on the side of the road-- is opening up. this afternoon -- chilling new details of sherri papini's ordeal. a-b-c's matt gutman sat down with her husband in redding, california - 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, bound. she had a metal, i mean a is correct. 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 she didn't jump out 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
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 from the screaming trying to get somebody to 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 mean.. - the shasta county sheriff's office releasing new details about sherri's alleged 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...
specifically targeted or was this a random act? brad garrett you cut their hair. you beat them. you're really talking about behavior of what a cult or an extremist group would use to break somebody down. right now -- community leaders are gathering at the u-n-l-v campus to denounce a professor after he made derogatory comments about professor george buch said there would be quote "no safe spaces in my classes" and threatened to report undocumented students to immigration authorities. right now -- there is a petition at u-n-l-v to protect illegal immigrants it asks the university not to give out the information of undocumented students and teachers if the deferred action for childhood arrivals-- daca-- is repealed. president-elect donald trump visiting ohio and indiana today
workers in the hoosier state thrilled over his deal with carrier to save hundreds -- if not thousands of factory jobs from going to mexico. however -- democrats aren't sold on the plan -- and want more details. one of the biggest critics -- senator elizabeth warren. sot/warren ac360 - the things you learn when talk about the deals is let's read all the details. lets read the fine print. vermont senator bernie sanders writing in a washington post op ed that the company that owns carrier took trump hostage and won. signaled to corporations that they can threaten to send jobs offshore in exchange for business friendly tax benefits and incentives. the numbers are in -- and the final presidential debate between donald trump and hillary clinton was a huge financial success. the debate generating nearly 1- hundred 14 million dollars in publicity for the city and university. that's more than double what was originaly projected. officials say hosting the debate confirmed las vegas'
as a serious place to do business. friday will yield stronger winds gusting between 30 and 35 mph with sustained winds around 20 mph from the north. we keep to sunny skies and highs just below 55 degrees for most locations. a wind advisory is in effect for areas around las vegas through the day on friday. winds will die off slightly but ma highs will start to increase into the upper 50s saturday and then near 60 on sunday. the sun will remain out through the weekend making it a near indecisive about the temperatures dropping into the work week with the american model keeping things near average most for the week and the european model drastically will most likely change once the models handle the situation better. currently i am leaning toward the american scenario. dramatic moments caught on
action news lobby. that's where we find 13 action news anchor tricia kean. tricia -- how's it going out there? 13 action news, the nevada highway patrol and findlay toyota are asking you to donate a new unwrapped toy valued between 10 and 20 dollars during the 13 days of giving. dot com. all gifts will be distributed by the las vegas rescue mission to families in need.
highway patrol with the help of the clark county school they also have a limited number of car seats and booster seats to give away, plus they'll install them for you too. that's all this saturday starting at 8am at the nhp southern command on sunset near decatur. findlay toyota, nevada coin mart and zippy shell are proud sponsors of 13 action news and the 13 days of giving. loy hixon/nhp over the place to make it
of course you can drop it off at our station. but there's also nevada coin mart las vegas paving and at n-h-p southen command. a couple more drop off locations-- triple-a southern nevada and findlay toyota at the valley auto mall. and of course we want to thank findlay toyota nevada coin mart and zippy shell. they're all proud sponsors of 13-action news and the 13-days of giving. and your efforts won't go unnoticed.
officer -- when out of nowhere -- a truck slammed into the police crusier -- crushing the woman between both vehicles. the driver racing away from the scene. officers caught up to him a short time later and arrested him for hit and run and an outstanding warrant. the woman suffered a shattered pelvis and multiple leg fractures. she is expected to make a full recovery. 0-:7 let's go get in there hey get out of the car... life-saving moments cag officers rush in to save a man trapped inside a burning car police saw the range rover on the side of the road and knew they had to act fast. sergeant arnault baker: "in fact when we were pulling him out, and i was inside grabbing it was organized chaos where we all realized what was going with the doors smashed in from hitting a tree -- officers were
right now -- crews are assessing the damage in the storm-battered southeast. in tennessee and alabama -- residents are picking up the pieces after more than a dozen tornadoes tore through their neighborhoods.. entire buildings were torn away -- five people have died ((sot)) we were all holding onto each other crouched down on the floor - dear god please let me live through this! and in eastern ten residents have begun returning to their homes -- after those historic wildfires. hundreds of structures destroyed -- at least 10 people were killed. dolly parton -- who is from the area and whose theme park "dollywood" was threatened -- has announced she'll donate one thousand dollars a month to each family affected -- until they're back on their feet. right now -- our 13 days of giving campaign is in full
pouring in. 13 action news anchor todd quinones spoke with one family about how this toy drive is making a difference in the lives of children at the las vegas rescue mission. in the middle of our city... you will find the edge of society. this is where the pull of addiction.... the struggle with homelessness... are balanced by hope... "48:56 nats puts child down outside playground. what do you want to go do?" constance moore and her 20 month old son dravyn have found a temporary peace here at the las vegas rescue mission. 5 myself is my son would never know what a shelter was, but sometimes unforeseen circumstances cause things to happen in our lives. moore has been homeless most her life... and has battled drug addiction... her pregnacy changed the course of her life. 47:20 (off camera) i had a reason to want to live again 47:30 (close up of son) i was able to walk away from all of it, and never look back everyday the rescue mission and a chance to find a life off the streets... 42:52 we're safe.
programs here are designed to get people back on their feet. right now contance is looking for a job... which present challenges. 48:47 that is one issue we're trying to take care of for him and figure out the daycare issue for him. (she is looking at him) and come christmas... the rescue mission through it's toy drive and the help of our action news viewers... drayvn will have a gift to open there are donation bins all easier to drop off the toys. of course you can drop it off at our station. but there's also nevada coin mart las vegas paving and at n-h-p southen command. a couple more drop off locations-- triple-a southern nevada and findlay toyota at the valley auto mall. and of course we want to thank findlay toyota nevada coin mart
scofield. bryan. friday will yield stronger winds gusting between 30 and 35 mph with sustained winds around 20 mph from the north. we keep to sunny skies and highs just below 55 degrees for most locations. a wind advisory is in effect for areas around las vegas through the day on friday. winds will die off slightly but remain breezy on saturday. highs will start to increase into the upper 50s saturday and then near 60 on sunda. the weekend making it a near perfect weekend in december. things are in the air for next week. the two long range models are indecisive about the temperatures dropping into the work week with the american model keeping things near average most for the week and the european model drastically cooling things off. as of now we will cut the difference and keep highs into the mid to lower 50s but this will most likely change once the models handle the situation
rally to say thank you to voters in ohio. but the president-elect's victory lap is happening as a vote recount is getting underway in wisconsin. a-b-c's kenneth moton has the latest. nats trump at carrier donald trump on the road again in indiana. the president-elect praised the deal he struck with carrier air conditioning to save 1000 factory jobs bound for mexico. sot donald trump carrier says the state where vp elect mike pence is still the governor, offered its multi-billion
dollar parent company a $7 million dollar incentive package over several years. sot mike pence trump's deal is now under scrutiny by critics in washington who are demanding to know all the details. senator bernie sanders wrote in the washington post trump has endangered the jobs of all workers. he has signaled to corporations that the offshore jobs in exchange for business friendly tax benefits and incentives. house speaker paul ryan came to the incoming president's aide. sot paul ryan we are killing our jobs and competitiveness in america because of our tax code. tax reform is central in fixing this problem trump's first leg of his thank you tour...ohio...a battleground state that gave him a decisive victory. but in wisconsin where trump won by less than a percentage point, a recount is
(kenneth standup close) trump's thank you tour will continue over the next few weeks. and it will include crucial states he won and those he thought he would have done better in. all-new stories for 13 action news live at 3-30... including it's been a violent 24 hours for police officers across the country. we'll have the latest developments as another officer falls victim to the growing violence. plus... (( sot)) sheriff presser "he kept th to kill.. even put gun to the bank of the head.." terror inside a florida bank -- a gunman holding customers and workers hostage. the quick thinking actions that allowed police to get everyone to safety.