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low 70s for friday and saturday before high pressure nudging here's some of your eye-contribute pictures. 13 action news viewer.... claudia valenzano sent us this picture..... of a tree knocked over.... from the high winds. john flores took this picture... of a street sign blown down.... on the 215.... at cheyenne. and... another k-t-n-v viewer... sent us some palm trees.... blowing in the high winds. and remember... whenever you see any severe weather, send us.... your pictures and videos! you can em-ail them.... to eye- contribute.... at k-t-n-v dot com... or tag us.... on social media.... with the hashtag i-c-13. now.. a look at a number of other stories we're following for you right now on 13-action news. yasmeen 21 seconds "i'm yasmeen hassan near charleston and lamb where one home has caught on after it was intentionally set
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mario jimenez died back in november, then last night angelica jimenez was pronounced dead and then hours later, this house caught on fire again." stephanie michael marissa whip whip marissa kynaston here at the new location of ikea-- you can see the outside looks ready to go-- take vo but the inside still has a lot of work left. ikea is trying to move towards greener stores-- so they will be installing hundreds of solar panels on the roof. the store manager says once construction is done-- employees will put together all the displays themselves-- just like the customers. the store is still expected to open this summer. parker whip 10:40:59-10:41:17 i'm parker collins on the northwest part of the valley take a look at this backwards arrow here. this means her solar panels are working.
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since the installer left her high and try but someone today stepped in and fixed that. now... for the latest developments on the standoff.... between apple and the f.b.i. the two have been locked in a battle.... over privacy and security. the federal authorities are demanding the tech giant... help them crack the encryption.... on the eye-phone.... belonging to the san bernardino terror suspects. investigators say..... that phone may hold important clues.... about accomplices..... in the deadly attack and unlocking devices is critical.... for investigators.
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nypd) while so much of the attention has been focused appropriately... on the terrorism aspects of this... the impact on the day to day lives of americans, on their safety and our ability to solve and prevent crime is of even more significance "apple" is vowing to appeal. the company's c-e-o says... they don't have that software... and... "it's something we consider too dangerous to create." "microsoft" and "google" are standing behind "apple". maryland's highest court has delayed the trial of the baltimore officers charged in the death of freddie gray. the trial won't resume until the court of appeals decides if the first officer.. william porter.. should be forced to testify. porter's trial ended in october in a mistrial. maryland's high court will hear arguments march 3rd. a big annoucement from the white house!!! president obama is going to cuba.... next month!!! the visit will be part of a ties with cuba.... in 20- 14.... ending more than -50- years of
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the last sitting u-s president to visit cuba... was calvin coolidge.... in 19-28. but... this announcement is not sitting well.... with republican presidential contenders... senators ted cruz and marco rubio. (sen. ted cruz, (r) presidential candidate): "i think it's a real mistake. i think the president ought to instead be pushing for a free cuba." (sen. marco rubio, (r) presidential candidate): "the cuban government remains as repressive as ever. but now, they have access to millions to not billions of dollars in resources that they didn't have access to before this opening." that flow of cash has been triggering bidding wars.... between u-s airlines.... to fly commercial routes.... between the two nations. travel to cuba is easier... but... tourism is still banned... it will be up to congress.... to allow it. also tonight... president obama has signed into effect.... new sanctions.... against north korea... for refusing to stop its nuclear weapons program.... as well as.... suspected cyber attacks. the sanctions will deny north korea the money it needs..... to make mini.....
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republican presidential candidate donald trump has been socrching the campaign trail with a number of new controversial remarks. it's leaving some to wonder if he thinks george w. bush should have been impeached.. and would he really nominate his sister to the u-s supreme court? 13 action news anchor todd quinones has this week's fact check.. from politifact. republican frontrunner donald trump is finding himself in the crosshairs of his own party @ 00 - 10 ((i think bush is probably the worst president in the history of the united states. it just seems like she (pelosi) was really going to look to impeach bush and get him out of office which personally i think would have been a wonderful thing)) the ad is getting lots of talk in south carolina.. an area known as bush country. @ 1:01:26 ((at politifact we do this a lot and what we find is sometimes those clips are kind of spliced together to make things sound like they aren't really what they sound like. but in this case, he said it)) trump has since quieted his impeachment talk.. but politifact rating this ad's claim as... true.
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court justice antonin scalia.. people are asking who will fill the void. ted cruz says donaldtrump wouldn't look far.. claiming trump would appoint his sister who is a federal judge. @ 4:43 ((the one person he has suggested that would make a good justice is his sister who is a court of appeals judge appointed by bill clinton. she is a hardcore, pro-abortion liberal judge)) politifact found trump spoke highly of his sister in an august interview but just this week said she would not be the right person for scalia's seat. ((he was basically saying she'd be good at it but i don't think that's going to happen and he's named a couple folks that he would consider for the bench)) nepotism claims as... mostly false all the way until election day in november.. we are teaming up with politifact.. the nation's leading political fact checking group.. holding politicians accountable for the things they say. i'm todd quinones.. we'll see you next week for fact check
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between republican presidential frontrunner.... donald trump... and pope francis! the pope today said... donald trump's desire to build a wall along the u-s mexico pontiff.... a pawn of the mexican government. trump immediately fired back.... at the pope today. for a religious leader to question a person's faith is disgraceful. i am proud to be a christian and as president i will not allow christianity to be consistently attacked and weakened, unlike what is happening now." trump went on to say.... the pope's comments will not deter him from his plan.... to build a wall.... if he becomes president. in tonight's financial focus.. a banking giant is set to make a billion dollars worth of cuts.. while a retail giant is set to spend a billion dollars to more than a million employees a raise. new concerns tonight.... after a hospital is hacked. so... just how safe are your medical records...
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hello las vegas! this week's thirteen things to do in las vegas will please all the music lovers in the valley. the scintas are back with a brand-new show at the plaza. the scintas, who have been performing in vegas showrooms for 16 years, sing songs by everyone from dean martin to michael jackson to bruno mars. the scintas perform select fridays and saturdays through may. the williamsburg salsa orchestra isn't like any other salsa group you have heard before. the eleven-piece group adds a
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songs like keep the car running by arcade fire, wolf like me by tv on the radio, and i turn my camera on by spoon. they will take the stage at the brooklyn bowl on saturday night. the very popular local alternative rock band rusty maples is wrapping up a mini-residency at the bunkhouse saloon in downtown las vegas. every thursday night, the band performs along with other local bands. the lineup for next thursday includes same sex mary, dark black, hidden levels and ryan pardey. the music starts at 9 p- m and it is only five dollars to get in. it isn't all about music though in this week's thirteen weeks. we also have information about black history month festival, a free exhibition by the sin city roller girls, and a bicycle ride down las vegas boulevard. if you want to see the full list, just head to k-t-n-v dot com. i'm megan telles. see you next week!
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today. dow down 40 nasdaq down 47 sp500 down 9 all of the big local gaming
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except wynn resorts.. which was up 3%. american express is planning to restructure its management.. reduce jobs and cut about $1 billion in costs over the next two years. the move comes at a difficult time for the company as it competes with visa and mastercard.. and non-conventional payment companies like paypal and square. shares of american express rose today on the news.. but it's still down by about a third over last year. and.. more than a million walmart workers will get a raise on saturday. the company says it will boost its minimum wage from 6 to 10-dollars an hour. the change applies to nearly all of walmart's hourly workers along with some supervisors. the pay hikes will cost walmart an additional 1.5 billion dollars this year. that's tonight's 'financial focus.' let's go to 13 weather first meteorologist bryan scofield. . wind advisories and warnings
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afternoon today with the highest gusts expected along the eastern side of the valley. gusts have been peaking around 50mph throughout the morning with gusts near 60mph up on mt. charleston. winds will gradually subside through the day but will remain gusty overnight with gusts to about 30 into the early morning hours tomorrow before completely dying off late on friday. sunshine sticks around through the weekend with just some decorative high level clouds overhead to make the skies beautiful. temperatures will stay in the low 70s for friday and saturday before high pressure nudging in from the west will kick temperatures back into the mid 70s for sunday through the middle of next week. the biggest speed bump in the weather will be some gusty-ish winds on sunday and monday from the north, but those will
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relegated to the colorado river valley and lake mead where wind advisories are possible. winds for las vegas will be noticeable but shouldn't gust much higher than 25mph or so. calmer winds stick around for the rest of the week and temperatures rise back to the 75-76 range or 8-12 above normal. a hospital in california... desperate to get its stolen a hospital in california... desperate to get its stolen
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pays computer hackers.... a -17- thousand dollar ransom!!! every time... you go in for surgery... or... get an x-ray... computers are collecting your personal information. and... if even one machine gets
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the whole hospital network could be at risk. dr. steve beaty metropolitan state university denver 57:57 typically what it does is encrypt all of the files on your machine...and then it's the case you then have to pay them money for the password to decrypt all those files and the the only way to help prevent being hacked.... is to keep your computer system..... up to date.... and... keep a back up.... offline. coming up later.. in tonight's abc primetime lineup on channel 13: at 8 -- grey's antatomy at 9 -- scandal at 10 -- how to get away with murder a growing community..... here in the valley.... is about to get a little safer for pedestrians and motorists!!! and.. an honor tonight for a nevada teenager. see why she'll now represent nevada on a national stage.
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cordes: most nurses are tough. they're problem-solvers. they like making things better. people don't have access to healthcare because they just can't afford it. bernie sanders understands how pharmaceutical companies and major medical companies are ripping us off. bernie tells the truth, and he's been consistent. he understands that the system is rigged, and he's the only one who can bring real change.
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finalists from across the state..... were there..... to find out who would represent "the silver state".... in the national youth of the
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and... the winner is -18- year-old... autumn cellular! she's the third one from the left.... in this picture. with the win... autumn gets a $5-thousand dollar college scholarship.... from boys and girls clubs of america. a badly needed safety upgrade has arrived in a quickly growing community. county commissioner steve sisolak turned on a new traffic signal today at tenaya and warm springs. sisolak says they chose this intersection because of all the recent residential and commercial development.. and they want to make sure it's safe for motorists and pedestrians going into the future. bryan has another look at your forecast.... in just a bit! you're watching 13 action news. wind advisories and warnings will continue into the afternoon today with the highest gusts expected along the eastern side of the valley.
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one of the areas that i've been particularly interested in is the area of children. we intend to be sure that everybody in this room and every child in this state is somebody. no matter where they're born, no matter to whom they are born. i want to make sure that every child has a chance to live up to his or her god-given potential. i've spent my life fighting for children, and i'm not stopping now. i'm hillary clinton,
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thank you for joining us. "inside edition" is next.
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they're one of the wall street banks that triggered the financial meltdown -- goldman sachs. just settled with authorities for their part in the crisis that put seven million out of work and millions out of their homes.
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millions in campaign contributions and speaking fees. our economy works for wall street because it's rigged by wall street. and that's the problem. as long as washington is bought and paid for, we can't build an economy that works for people.
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the worst neighbors in america? >> speeding cars. wild dogs. fighting. gunshots day and night. imagine being a family living next to these people. then, kanye west meltdown. >> don't [ bleep ] with me! don't [ bleep ] with me! don't [ bleep ] with me! >> horribly delusional. and a reality tv star's last gasp. >> are you okay? >> dead just two days after this tv interview with dr. oz airs. >> could you tell from looking at her that she was dying? plus, donald trump versus the pope? >> the pope just made a
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no, i don't think you're going to lake it. then, he was kidnapped right outside his pet store, just because of his name. >> i couldn't figure out why he would disappear. >> his desperate dash for freedom caught on tape. plus, just released video the sports illustrated swimsuit issue. now, "inside edition" with deborah norville. >> deborah: hello, everybody, and thanks for joining us. they say good fences make good neighbors, but not even the biggest fence in the world neighbors. screaming cars. as jim moret tells us, the people living next-door literally lived in fear for their lives. >> fistfights breaking out on the front lawn. cars coming to a screeching halt. angry drivers jumping out. gunshots ring out night and day. this gay comes out of the house with a gun in his hand. >> junior, junior, junior. >> i would definitely describe

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