tv Action News 330pm ABC October 20, 2016 3:30pm-4:01pm PDT
the millions caught in the crossfire. plus... the milwaukee police officer who fatally shot a man...sparking days of riots is now behind bars. what he's accused of doing. the final presidential debate of the 2016 election season is in the books. it's your voice, your vote in the race for the white house. and one major moment from last night's showdown between donald trump and hillary clinton continues to make waves today. abc's karen travers has the latest from the campaign trail. donald trump said today he had a big announcement - but it came with a big caveat: i will totally accept the results of this great and historic presidential election.
to lay the groundwork for a court fight: of course, i would accept a clear election result but i would also reserve my right to contest or file a legal challenge in the case of a questionable result. right? the debate was trump's last big opportunity to take back control of the race. instead, the headlines today focus on november 9. hillary clinton and democrats pounced: clinton: that's horrifying.//he is denigrating, he is talking down our democracy. and i for one am appalled. obama when you try to sew the seeds of (tk)? that undermines our democracy even some republicans chastising trump, including john mccain who said in a statement that conceding an election is quote "an act of
american people...it's the american way." the third and final debate featured more personal attacks. trump from everything i see has no respect for this person clinton well, that's because he'd rather have a puppet as president of the united states. trump no puppet, no puppet. clinton and it's pretty clear -- trump you're the puppet. today in new york, another woman coming forward - with her lawyer gloria allred - accusing donald trump of sexually aggressive and inappropriate behavior. trump denies the latest sexual assault o/c close: hillary clinton is back on the trail in ohio friday...donald trump campaigns in north carolina and pennsyvlania. kt abc news washington. as we get ready to vote on a marijuana proposal here in nevada, a marijuana proposal here in nevada, a new poll from gallup is showing support for legalizing the drug is now at an all time high. the new numbers from gallup show 60 percent of americans support legalization-- that's the highest number gallup has seen since it started asking the question in 19-69. on your screen you can see the
younger people had the highest numbers, and republicans the lowest. meanwhile casino billionaire sheldon adelson is putting two million dollars into the fight against legalizing recreational marijuana in our state. financial records show the las vegas sands owner is the biggest donor to "protect nevada's children"-- a group fighting "question two" on the ballot. the milwaukee police officer who fatally shot a man back in august is now facing sexual the alleged attack came just two days after the shooting. the victim claims he met officer dominique heaggan-brown at a bar -- and doesn't remember what happened after they left. he says he woke to find heaggan- brown assaulting him. heaggan-brown is the officer who shot and killed sylville smith in august -- setting off two days of riots in the city. the new york police commissioner is now saying his officers "failed" the elderly woman they shot and killed...
help a "person in crisis." when the officers got to the woman's home she was armed with scissors. they conviced her to put them down, but then they say she approached the officer and grabbed a baseball bat. the sergeant fired two shots as the 66 year old tried to hit him. (wallace cooke jr./cousin) "her mother got her treatment, her sister got her treatment and it just didn't work." the sergeant is on modified duty while the n-y-p-d investigates the incident. oregon standoff case. ryan bundy gives his closing arguments -- asking jurors to "stand for freedom" and find him not guilty. bundy is among 7 defendants on trial for conspiracy charges for taking over a wildlife refuge. acting as his own attorney, he explained he joined the protest to support two ranchers he believed were wrongfully imprisoned. he acknowledge they took over the workspace of federal employees-- but it was all a
states military is warning north korea to calm their rhetoric..or face the consquences. defense secretary ash carter says an attack on american allies or any use of nuclear weapons by north korea would be met with an "overwhelming" response by the u.s. it's a move that reassures south korea that the u-s has it's back. the words come days after north korea's failed test launch of a ballistic missile. the assult on isis is moving that's according to iraqi officials leading the offensive to push the terror group out of mosul. but u-s military officials warn this remains a dangerous and tough fight that could last for months. abc's elizabeth hur has the latest the fight against isis.. forging ahead.. ((nat)) with kurdish and iraqi special forces moving from village to village.. toward mosul.. ((nat)) and isis fighting back.. torching oil fields to try to slow the troops from
ground.. embedded with the iraqi army.. ((alex standup)) "this almost an apocalyptic scene, you can see there the sky turned black?all across this battlefield, isis has been lighting oil wells on fire, like right there, for cover." the fighting.. now just within miles from the embattled city.. and families continue to flee.. some carrying white flags.. inlcluding this 16-year-old.. ((nat of him talking??)) who tells abc news.. for two years.. kill him and his mother would hide him in the basement. he and his family are now free of isis.. but knowing mosul is home to more than a million people.. many still trying to escape.. aid agencies say the primary concern for them is the civilians' safety. ((sot)) aid worker in english: "right now, there are no safe exit roads as we know of, it's completley unsafe, very risky,
impossible choise either stay where they are or risk their lives going out." elizabeth tag: and with people racing to get out of mosul.. we are told.. some isis militants have also been found in that line of refugees.. some caught, even posing as women. eh, abc news, ny. think your paying too much for your cellphone bill? you might be right. what t-mobile is accused of doing to its customers plus... a trooper races to rescue a traveler in need... only it's not who you might by saturday, high temperatures will be at their peak for the seven day forecast; right below 90 degrees and.. don't forget to download the all new 13 action news app.. featuring live streaming.. video on demand and incredible weather radar. it's free in the app store and in google play. eak>
it's hard to make the past dissappear, but danny tarkanian is trying. he'd rather you forget about all of his failed runs for congress, senate, and secretary of state. ...and the shady record that killed his chances every time. the property taxes tarkanian skipped out on for
years... the telemarketing scammers he represented... all those fake charities he helped set up. he can try all he wants, but danny tarkanian just can't bury his past.
the man said he's use to seeing snakes but he did closed his air vents...just in case the snake wanted to crawl through. the man thinks the creature slept under the hood from when he went kayaking over the weekend. now for a look at the top stories now trending. a trooper rescues a traveler in need and a fisherman has quite the story to tell. but first.... if you could use a laugh today-- this next video's for watch what happens to a news anchor in virginia... when there's a misspelling in the teleprompter. :00-:13 "check your panties...about 175 rice.. i think that's supposed to be pantries-- i couldn't warn you before i saw it and i couldn't warn you eric." as you can see he had a pretty good sense of humor about it, and after a quick laugh he got right back to reading about the
lobster. this 14-pound monster wash caught by a fisherman in bermuda...right after hurricane nicole moved through the region. after snapping some pictures...he put the lobster back into the water. a move that brought him lots of online praise. check out this amazing rescue caught on camera. this florida trooper is helping an injured bald eagle. this was just after it flew into the path of another driver. you can see the trooper patrol car. here's a picture of the bird in the back seat. it's getting treatment now and is expected to recover. you can check out all of the stories that are trending today.. just download our free 13 action news mobile app. you can get the latest weather updates, breaking news alerts and more. anchors adlib and toss to dan we hold to high pressure and sunny skies through saturday with high temperatures rising each day. by saturday, high temperatures
90 degrees . by sunday, the disturbance we have been monitoring for the past five days will begin to interact with the valley. partly cloudy skies will be common along with winds between 10 and 15 mph. temperatures begin to fall but only slightly on sunday to the mid 80s. sunday night into monday morning, rain chances will hit the valley. though small, the rain chances have been holding between 15% and 20% the past few days so having the umbrella outside the closet to grab out the door would not be a bad idea for that monday morning commute. temperatures will drop as this highs possibly into the 70s by monday. as we've been telling you, our
if you've already donated a coat, thank you. if you haven't yet made your donation, please drop off a new or gently used child's coat at any tropical smoothie location between 9am and 7pm, trying to is a proud sponsor of coats for kids on 13 action news. a contact 13 consumer alert this afternoon. a major annoucement from tesla-- all of their new cars will now have "full self-driving" hardware. the company says these self-driving features will be
a human driver. the cars feature high-tech sensors to detect objects near and around the car - further than what the human eye can see. it will also be able to see clearly through fog and heavy rain. the company is promising software updates and new features for those with older teslas. t-mobile is being forced to pay millions of dollars in fines for selling unlimited data plans -- that weren't really unlimited. this is after the f-c-c received hundreds of complaints from customers --- claiming their data was unusable for day. the f-c-c says t-mobile didn't reveal its policy that allowed it to slow down data speeds for people on unlimited plans. the company will also compensate those affected with 35-and a half million dollars of additional data and phone accessory discounts. treat and if you're looking to get into the halloween spirit a little early-- you can head down to village square tonight. from 5-30 to 8-30 there will be
kids.. along with a car show and crafts festival. village square is on sahara and fort apache. all the details are on your screen. in today's healthy living... finding time to hit the gym can be hard to with our busy schedules. but it may not be as important as you think. we'll take a look at a new study and why those daily steps on your fitness tracker really matter.
putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. planned parenthood should absolutely be defunded. and congressman hardy said he supported trump 100%. like trump, hardy opposed legislation to ensure equal pay. and hardy fought to defund planned parenthood, just like trump. ruben kihuen respects women. kihuen fought for equal pay for equal work. to make our own health decisions.
joe heck says i have "high hopes we'll see donald trump become president." trump: you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever. narrator: heck says he "completely supports" trump. i love war in a certain way. narrator: and heck? reporter: do you trust him having his finger on the nuclear button? heck: i do. reporter: why do you say that? heck: why wouldn't i? narrator: donald trump and joe heck. wrong for nevada. be even more important than those bursts of exercise when it comes to staying healthy. with more, here's abc's doctor timothy johnson. spin class? yoga? crossfit? with the rise of obesity and diabetes, we are striving to be healthier. but for many of us, fitting daily exercise into
fortunately, your daily activity may matter more than those quick gym visits. researchers at the c-d-c looked at data from a national survey of over 2,000 adults? finding that total daily activity, as measured by fitness trackers, was what mattered. in other words, continuous activity - even if it's low-intensity - was more strongly linked to insulin resistance, a precursor of moderate or high intensity exercise. of course, those inspired bursts of exercise are great! but what these findings tell us is that simply keeping those steps up throughout the day? taking the stairs? parking your car at the far end of the lot? or playing with your kid at the park? might be even more important. so it doesn't matter how you get it in? if you are the tortoise or the hare.
you prevent or better control diabetes. so grab a friend and get moving! with this medical minute, i'm dr. timothy johnson. 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 primetime lineup. at 8 -- grey's anatomy at 9 -- notorious at 10 -- how to get away with murder at 11 -- 13 action news take a look at this view from chopper 13. fast and first. we'll be right back. a look at some of the headlines a look at some of the headlines we're followi you spend a lot of time opening doors for these little guys.
theyre calling -- a serial slot machine robber. they say he has broken into several machines across the valley -- including this morning in the northwest part of the valley. investigators say he used
a crowbar to break into the machine and take off with the money. a huge change on our busiest roads-- thanks to project neon. starting october 26th -- northbound 15 to northbound 95 will be closed all of the
this is just one of several ramp closures and reroutes. all closures are on our website ktnv .com coming up on 13 action news.. live at 5... some new laws going into effect to keep kids safer in school zones. what you could get pulled over for... and a consumer alert from contact 13. there's a new way for scammers to steal your bank card right out of your hands! what you need to look out for! those news.. live at 5. then later.. all new on 13 action news live at 6.. a family living in a valley apartment complex found a leak in their floor... and when they found the source, they were absolutely disgusted. the mold problem found inside their walls and what we're doing to help get it fixed for them, tonight at six. we hold to high pressure and sunny skies through saturday with high temperatures rising each day.
seven day forecast; right below 90 degrees . by sunday, the disturbance we common along with winds between 10 and 15 mph. temperatures begin to fall but live at 3:30.. but stay with us for judge judy up next. don't forget.. we're always on at ktnv.com and on our mobile app. we'll see you back here in 60- minutes for 13-action news live at 5. until then..
>> judge judy: let me just try to understand this. >> announcer: a reconciliation with conditions... >> this is who i want to be with. this is who i wanted to be with. but for me to get back in the house, i had to bring back a tv. >> announcer: and the drama they created... >> she's grabbing me. i push her back. >> judge judy: just a second. are you fighting over this television? >> yeah! >> announcer: ...wasn't fun to watch. >> judge judy: you were arrested for temper? >> yes. uh, well, they said battery, too.
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 22-year-old leilani scherr is suing her ex-boyfriend, kentrell smith, for assaulting her and breaking her tv. >> byrd: order! all rise! this is case number 454 on the cale scherr vs. smith. >> judge judy: thank you. >> byrd: you're welcome, judge. parties have been sworn in. you may be seated. >> judge judy: how many children do you have with him? >> two. >> judge judy: how old are they? >> 5 and 2. >> judge judy: when was the last time you lived together on a full-time basis? >> 2011 of...may. >> judge judy: and prior to may of 2011, how long had you lived together? >> a year. >> judge judy: were you listening to what she said? >> yes. >> judge judy: is that correct? >> yes. >> judge judy: okay. where did you move to in may of 2011?