tv Action News 11am ABC September 29, 2016 11:00am-12:01pm PDT
morning's rush hour traffic... officials say the person killed was standing on the platform when the train came into the station. they also say this station is a main transit hub across the hudson river from busiest stations in the new york metropolitan area. crash-vm abc's ray raimundi is in hoboken with the latest. ray raimundi abc news, hoboken a major train accident in hoboken, new jersey has left more than 100 people injured. officials say a new jersey transit train crashed into the platform leaving multiple passengers trapped and causing structural damage to trapped and causing structural damage to the station resulting in a
the heart of rush hour. authorities say the passenger train failed to stop at the hoboken terminal..continuing to crash through the platform. sot- michael larson i observed it coming at a high rate of speed it went over the bumper block, basically through the air, travelled about another 40 feet- came to a rest. witnesses say the force of the crash took out a support beam, given) i looked to the left and i see all of this metal and pipes burst and most of the injured passengers are being treated at the scene, while those more seriously injured have been transported to area hospitals. sot i believe those people in the front were very badly injured so they started yelling i guess once they saw the blood. commuters who had been inside the terminal are being evacuated. sot jennifer nelson it is not safe to go in their right now, it is closed to the public. all new jersey transit service into the hoboken station has
wrapped itself around our upper level low, will be surging back to the south today. partly cloudy skies are still expected throughout the morning and afternoon along with a small chance for rain. 15-20% chances are topping today's rain potential with high temperatures between 86 and 91 degrees. by friday, rain chances hold at 15% within the morning and dry out entirely by the afternoon. highs will peak at normal values for this time of the year; between 88 and 93 degrees. as we move into the weekend though, temperatures fall increasing. low pressure from the pacific northwest will drop into central nevada. this will carry in cooler air from the north and shoot it down into the valley. saturday we will still hold in the upper 80s and low 90s but by sunday, mid 80s will be arrive and allow the valley to tuesday and wednesday. sunny skies will be common right now..
clown that is threatening a school - and students - on facebook. whoever is behind the "garbo the clown" profile posted that he was coming after everyone at chaparral high school this week - so they should run. 06:46:00 raymond ruiz-livingston, student "they said there was a gun threat seventh period so everybody was starting to freak out but mostly everyone doesn't believe it but some people are still kind of scared." we spoke to one mother who says her son received a taunting message from the clown 06:58:27 lindsey welch, parent "they said they know where we live and they're at our window so check our window. we don't want to go outside." c-c-s-d police say they are aware of the post. they have officers looking into it...., but say, right now, there's no reason to believe that it's a credible threat. now to your voice, your vote.. donald trump and hillary
country today--- trump in new hampsire and clinton in iowa. however... we've learned both candidates are paying special attention to ohio. they are spending more money there than almost any other state in the country... klein: "there is no state that is more important historically to republicans. no republican has ever won the presidency without winning ohio." the most recent polls show donald trump with a slight lead over hillary clinton. but on election day, both campaigns will be looking at this small county just outside the winner of that county has gone on to win the past 13 elections. he won last season's of dancing with stars....and also a season of america's next top model... nyle demarco will be here to talk about being a part of chippendales.... and.. he was lost at sea for 8 days.....his mom is presumed dead..... now....we are learning he was a suspect in another family
also....a california woman is dragged out of store...against her will.... now...we are hearing from witnesses who say this was not her first encounter with the suspect i'm catherine cortez masto and i approve this message. they're bringing drugs, they're bringing crime, they're rapists. narrator: and joe heck says "i have high
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president shimon peres' funeral scheduled for tomorrow.... earlier...former u-s president bill clinton landed.... clinton was president when peres helped negotiate a agreement with the palestinians in 1993. president barack obama is scheduled to attend as well... other dignitaries are scheduled to attend and thats why officials say its important to be secured..... micky rosenfeld, israeli police spokesman: we are taking no chances whatsoever in terms of security, taking into consideration the important delegations and overseas representatives that will be arriving in order to be at the
complications following a stroke. he was 93. here at home... he is seen shooting a gun in the middle of the street....and later gets into a fight with police...causing the swat team to be called..... 13 action news reporter parker collins is the only one to speak with a man who says he gave police what they needed to get this guy. 6:51:00-6:51:23 police say this guy had a gun he was in the firing several shots but eventually he went into this home and would not come out take vo at 6:51:08 this barricade lasted for hours overnight we had metro their cnaines their helicopter even swat were trying to get this guy to come out so they could arrest him all while this is happenig his 1 year old daughter is inside the home with him take sot robert fisher, evacuee 6:31:11-6:31:16 "you're worried about gunshots flying around they're worried about the gunshots coming into the house so you gotta do what
6:24:47-6:24:50 "they were going to borrow my ladder. that's the only thing they said." butt to 6:25:34-6:25:35 "i don't really pay attention getting back they've been out all night thankfully no one got being shoved inside a car against her willl.... now....people are saying she was tried to get away from him multiple times before..... also... tensions are high in
missouri after members of a fraternity yell out racial slurs to students walking by.....
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structural damage and collapse in the station. we're told the engineer was unresponsive when he was pulled off from the station..... we will continue to update this breaking news story throughout the newscast.... adlib at desk monsoonal moisture, that wrapped itself around our upper level low, will be surging back to the south
throughout the morning and afternoon along with a small chance for rain. 15-20% chances are topping today's rain potential with high temperatures between 86 and 91 degrees. by friday, rain chances hold at 15% within the morning and dry out entirely by the afternoon. values for this time of the year; between 88 and 93 degrees. as we move into the weekend though, temperatures fall dramatically along with winds increasing. low pressure from the pacific northwest will drop into central nevada. this will carry in cooler air from the north and shoot it down into
the upper 80s and low 90s but by sunday, mid 80s will be common along with winds increasing to between 10 and 20 mph with gusts around 35 mph. by monday, the coolest air will arrive and allow the valley to only reach the upper 70s and lower 80s. winds continue for the day but slack off as we move into tuesday and wednesday. sunny skies will be common saturay with highs in the lower 80s
an alleged stalker...dragging a woman out of a california convenience store. now, that man is now in police custody..... in the video .... you see the 28- year-old clerk being pulled out of the store - where she works.. people who are seeing this happened - horrified - rush to call 9-1-1. moments later.... the suspect forces the woman
"witnesses and family members say that this person has been for the last several weeks has been following her..stalking her..following her around in the car, trying to find out where she lives." the suspect brought the woman to a cemetary where she was able to escape. police were able to track this guy down - and he is now in behind bars. police say the man had been stalking the victim for a he was trying to find out where she lives and refusing to take no for an answer..... right now...she is recovering at a hospital..... a mystery at sea.... a man is found and his mother presumed dead.... but now investigators are combing through evidence at his home.....after they say...this isn't the first time he's been
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abc's linzie janis spoke with him near his home in vermont..... this morning, nathan carman is speaking exclusively to abc news about the fishing trip that left his mother missing and him stranded at sea for more than a week. nathan: she'd always had been reluctant about safety and i guess she had good reason to be. the 22 year old, who has asperger's syndrome says he convinced his mom linda carman - to take a fishing trip in his 32 foot boat shore ? saying she agreed partly because she didn't want him to go alone. after they arrived - the engine made a strange noise nathan: i thought i was going to diagnose the problem and that we were going to go back to shore. he says his mom was at the back of the boat bringing in the fishing lines? while he went to gather safety gear?when suddenly the boat sank nathan: i did not know if she had been dragged down with the ship. neither of us had been wearing
nathan swimming to the life raft?bringing with him a bag containing food rations?a water de-salnator - sleeping bags and flares? linzie: it must have been terrifying. nathan: yes. yes. finally after 8 days at sea carman was rescued ? before he was back on dry land? deputies in vermont were seizing items from his home? grfx a search warrant revealing he is under investigation for reckless endangerment 'resulting in death" ? linzie: there's some concern that the boat was not seaworthy. was when we left the dock. i would not have taken my mom out fishing with me had i not believed the boat was seaworthy. this isn't the first time nathan's been the subject of suspicion surrounding a tragedy. grfx in a 2014 search warrant ?detectives said that nathan was the last to see his grandfather before he was shot three times? saying there were "several inconsistencies" in nathan's account of his whereabouts that night.
nathan was never charged and the crime remains unsolved. a fraternity s now suspended after allegedly......yelling racial slurs at black students.... the school has been the center of racism....after forcing their top leader to resign....... also... a documentary is centered around amanda knox....the college student accused of killing her roommate... now....there is new...stunning interviews.. a preview....coming up..... have you downloaded the all new 13 action news app yet? it's
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the nevada supreme court has just ordered that "the education savings account program" be suspended. the controversial program allow parents to spend their money from the state on things like private school tuition. now - the ruling says that the program was un-lawfully drawing money from public schools. also... we're are continuing to get updates on the breaking news out of new jersey..... this is a look inside..... reporting more than 100 patients. there are multiple passengers still trapped.... structural damage and collapse in the station. we're told the engineer was unresponsive when he was pulled
breaking news story throughout the newscast.... and breaking right now.. a new tropical storm matthew has turned into a hurricane.... at this hour... the storm is producing 60 mile- per-hour winds and has tropical storm warnings in effect for st. lucia and barbados. a tragic update to a story we broke last week... a woman has died from her injuries suffered whcaught fire. medics had rushed 48-year-old krista nelson to the hospital last wednesday... and the coroner just told us that she died yesterday. likely a factor in the fire. right now... a university of missouri fraternity is allegedly yelling racial slurs at two black students. the fraternity is part of the delta upsilon chapter. this means it's not allowed to participate in any university activities including homecoming. now other students and staff are shedding light on the culture at mizzou. hank foley / interim chancellor "we've worked hard since last january to try to understand
with various groups that are sort of at the edges of our community to tell them we care about them and bring them back into the center of our community." [butted with] thomas cater - "i didn't want to go to a different college and try to escape, because in the real world i can't just escape it." in a statement released by the fraternity's executive director....he says "racism and sexism have no place in our fraternity." ((wx toss)) wrapped itself around our upper level low, will be surging back to the south today. partly cloudy skies are still expected throughout the morning and afternoon along with a small chance for rain. 15-20% chances are topping today's rain potential with high temperatures between 86 and 91 degrees. by friday, rain chances hold at 15% within the morning and dry degrees. as we move into the weekend
increasing. low pressure from the pacific northwest will drop into central nevada. this will carry in cooler air from the north and shoot it down into the valley. saturday we will still hold in the upper 80s and low 90s but by sunday, mid 80s will be arrive and allow the valley to only reach the upper 70s and lower 80s. winds continue for the day but slack off as we move into tuesday and wednesday. sunny skies will be common saturday clear into next week with highs in the lower 80s after monday.
supporting donald trump. trump is no anomaly. he is the monster the republicans built. he is their frankenstein monster. they own him. there you heard it... reid calling trump a "frankenstein monster" this is just the latest attack from reid... who recently called trump a racist. lawmakers-vm wells fargo ceo - back in the hot seat and on capitol hill.... john stumpf is testifying before a house committee. wells fargo has admitted to creating as many as two million unauthorized accounts... blaming it on controversial sales goals. over 5 thousand employees were fired because of it. senator elizabeth warren has demanded stumpf step down and return all the money he made while the bank created the fake accounts.
climbing through the ceiling....the north las vegas police station wants to make sure this never happens again..... the police department is now double-checking equipment..... and reminding officers to always keep an eye on everyone in custody. metro even had an officer try to re-enact breaking the handcuffs - like alonzo perez did on september 2nd. they also instituted a 24-hour watch policy after perez was recaptured. an 1- back in school this morning... he was hit by a car two weeks ago-- now 13 action news is working to try and protect other kids. "i'm just glad the car wasn't going, super super fast, i could have died." our cameras were there as devon dangle walked back to school-- passing the scene of the accident at buffalo and west cliff. right now there's no crossing guard for the intersection, and parents tell us there needs to
people aren't paying attention, i've walked to come pick her up and they still don't pay attention whether it says to walk or not. city leaders tell us they will send a team out to inspect the intersection and determine if any safety changes are needed. more than a dozen cats and dogs have been attacked by coyotes in a sun city summerlin neighborhood. now - people living there say they are fed up-- and want to see something done about it. barbara hadzoglon, "when you see this big coyotes....and showing his teeth going grrrrr....first thing that goes through your mind is oh no not my dog" the department of wildlife tells us that area is the perfect habitat for the department of wildlife tells us that area is the perfect habitat for coyotes, because they have all the food and water they need. they say the only things we can do to help is never feed the animals... and use a noise maker to try and scare them away. community memebers want to see their h-o-a do something about the problem....so they are
plans to build an nfl stadium here in las vegas are making progress.. but not everyone is happy about it. "nevadans for the common good" is a non-profit made up of faith-based organizations. leaders say they're not opposed to having a stadium, but they don't think the current deal would be good for anyone but the owners. 58:36 we're not anti-stadium, but right now the way it's constructed is the taxpayers have all the risk and the developers get all the profit. the group says it sent a letter to sheldon adelson, and they will start pressuring state lawmakers to come up with a better deal. governor brian sandoval has said he plans to call a special session for the stadium sometime next month. the story captivated the world... amanda knox caught in the middle of a murder case - while studying abroad nine years ago .... she' now... the focus of a netflix documentary...... abc's neal karlinsky has the details...
thought you'd heard everything there is to know about the amanda knox case, comes this- nats - "amanda knox..." the true crime documentary airing this week on netflix, complete with fresh and at times, chilling new interviews. amanda knox: "if i'm guilty it means that i am the ultimate figure to fear." knox - the seattle college student accused of murdering her college roommate meredith kercher in perugia italy in 2007 - was convicted, freed, convicted again - only to be found innocent once and for all by year. but a huge chunk of the public remains skeptical about her - which the documentary feeds on. the film includes knox's former boyfriend and one time co-defendent. rs:i had known her only for five days. and the man portrayed in some western media as the real villain-the prosecutor, who expresses some of his own less than scientific theories. nat pop prosecutor in italian
never think to do this but at the center of it all is knox- branded foxy knoxy in headlines around the world-she's now a writer for a small newspaper in seattle. new interviews cast her as mysterious as ever. amanda knox: either i'm a psychopath in sheep's clothing or i am you. for good morning america, neal karlinsky, abc news, seattle ahead on midday... a well known actor is scheduled to play donald trump...this season on s-n-l...and he's no stranger to the show.... also... model....actor...and deaf activist....nyle demarco is in studio.... and making his chippendales debut.....here in las vegas.....
wrapped itself around our i think my strongest asset, maybe by far, is my temperament. i'd like to punch him in the face, i'll tell you. i would bomb the [bleep] out of 'em. i could stand in the middle
of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go [bleep] themselves. get him out of here!
shooting in the 1700 block of miami avenue. a suspect and a kingman police officer have been shot. per protocol, an outside agency will be handling the investigation. the bullhead city police department's public information officer will be releasing a press release later this afternoon. since this is an active investigation, no other details (i officer's conditions) will be released until the official wrapped itself around our upper level low, will be surging back to the south today. partly cloudy skies are still expected throughout the morning and afternoon along with a small chance for rain. 15-20% chances are topping today's rain potential with high temperatures between 86 and 91 degrees. by friday, rain chances hold at
entirely by the afternoon. highs will peak at normal values for this time of the year; between 88 and 93 degrees. as we move into the weekend though, temperatures fall dramatically along with winds increasing. low pressure from the pacific northwest will drop into central nevada. this will carry in cooler air down into the valley. saturday we will still hold in the upper 80s and low 90s but by sunday, mid 80s will be common along with winds increasing to between 10 and 20 mph with gusts around 35 mph. by monday, the coolest air will arrive and allow the valley to only reach the upper 70s and lower 80s.
all kids in las vegas to be able to stay warm this winter and our annual coats for kids drive is underway. we're partnering with tropical smoothie. please donate gently used or new children's coats tropical smoothie cafe. to find a location near you go to ktnv dot com. thanks to the salvation army. they'll distribute the coats to families in need. and a big thanks to tropical of donald trump on "saturday night live" this season..... at least until the election. kate mckinnon will be back as hillary clinton. the network that hosts the show released this video clip wednesday showing baldwin donning a trump-like wig....and mckinnon as a wild-eyed clinton.
baldwin has hosted snl 16 times..... also... you won't find this halloween window decoration in home depot's canadian stores as planned. the company pulled the item from stores after someone complained it made light of voyeurism....which is a crime. the "scary peeper creeper" is made to mount on windows and features a hooded man. it's available in home depot's u-s stores and online. and... if you're used to swiping left tinder.... consider downloading "tender." that's t-e-n-d-e-r..... it's considered the tinder for food. you can get photos and recipes from people all over the world. just swipe right to save a recipe. and....you dont have to wait for a table if you're going out to eat! the "no wait" app essentially waits in line for you. once your table is ready ....you'll get a text. you can check out all of the
we have just learned the shut down is due to a man who was fleeing from police being hit by a semi-truck. we're told the man was connected to a shooting last week at the miracle mile trailer park on boulder highway. again, the 95 is shut down in both directions so avoid the area if at all possible. and before we go, here's a look at tonight's primetime lineup-- that's it for us.
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