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played a whale of a game. >> the final throw in the end zone, picked off by jordan sterns and mason rudolph and the cowboys will have a happy ride back to still water, escaping with a 43-37 win. the 92 yards quick strike scoring drive proving to be the difference in the game. pressure was coming, had to get rid of it. wound up finding a crowd of people in the end zone. >> nobody with shake themselves free. just a three-man rush with an add on. the add on guy is the one that gets a shot on ertz as he tries to throw the ball. >> let's go to chris. >> how are you able to come up with a stop there at the end?
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we gave up a few yards more than i wanted to. and fortunately, we played the pick play down there effectively and then they got the pass interference call. it was interesting. if it wasn't for that, the clock would have run out. so it worked to their favor just a little bit. but i could behind more proud of our guys. when you come on the road and turn the ball over three times, it's really hard to win. but we found way so i was proud of our team. >> you what does it say about the composure of mason rudolph, he was able to lead the drives. >> well, he e played pretty average. it's interesting, he play the better after that than he did before. so you have to love that about the kid. he's found a way to win a lot of football games. but over all, everybody played good. i thought our offensive and defensive coaches made really good adjustments. >> i appreciate the time.
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>> thank you. >> and the cowboys get a win in manhattan, kansas, they move t 7-2. tonight at 8:00 eastern, nebraska and ohio state here on abc. final score from little apple, oklahoma state, 43, kansas state, 37 in what turned into a thriller. so long from kansas state. in manhattan. so long from kansas state. ads for joe heck are attacking my time as attorney general.
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that's why i've been endorsed by law enforcement across nevada. i'm proud of my record cracking down on meth, protecting seniors from scams, and holding banks accountable for defrauding homeowners. i'm catherine cortez masto. i approve this message because i've spent my career solving problems.
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breaking story. right now -- metro is investigating -- what they're calling -- a suspicious death. 13-action news reporter -- david schuman -- is live near twain and torrey pines -- with the latest. david. it's your voice -- your vote -- in the race for the white
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hillary clinton -- and donald trump -- criss-crossing the country -- trying to shore up support. very different approaches. abc's -- mary bruce -- has the latest -- from the campaign trail. natsot - hillary clinton / (d) presidential nominee "?i know we have work to do today?" hillary clinton out early on the campaign trail? making her closing argument at event after event? even speaking in thpouriy clinton / (d) presidential nominee "you are a hearty bunch standing out here in the rain. // so let's get out. let's vote for the future!" she's pulling out all the stops, and all the star power - getting out the vote friday
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guest - beyonce! nats - the pop superstar performing in - what else - a pantsuit? sot - beyonce knowles / performing artist "i want my daughter to grow up seeing a woman lead our country." sot - donald trump / (r) presidential nominee "we don't need jay z to fill up the arenas, you know." donald trump is also barnstorming the battleground states - out with his wife in north carolina. natsot - melania trump / wife "i'm very excited to talk to you about my husband..." the republican nominee plans to hit ten states in these final days. but the candidate's stump speech is getting new scruti claim - based on a bogus fox criminal investigations going on hillary clinton. lots of bad things are happening." fox news is now calling its report a mistake (fox news/happening now) sot - bret baier "it was more than in-artful, it was a mistake and for that i am sorry." but trump still pushed the discredited story? and repeated similar ideas saturday. sot - donald trump / (r) presidential nominee "they're also conducting a second
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corruption at the state department." clinton is spending much of the weekend reaching out to minority voters? her support among latinos could be crucial. sot - matthew dowd / abc news political consultant "if hillary clinton wins on election night - she will have won with the most diverse coalition of voters that any president has ever won with?" just three more days to go? mary bruce, abc news, washington. and -- donald trump -- is scheduled -- to make a campaign --stop up in reno this evening. he's set to speak -- at the -- in a little less than an hour from now. former congresswoman -- gabrielle giffords and her husband -- captain mark kelly -- in las vegas today. they're pushing nevadans -- to vote yes -- on question 1- that's the ballot initiative -- pushing for nevada background checks for -- gun sales. 13-action news reporter -- marti glaser -- breaks down what it means -- for both sides of the debate. christopher, when nevadans head to the polls- if they haven't already ... they will be the deciding factor on whether or not question 1 - passes . which is why - gun violence advocates ....
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were in town today . a "yes" vote supports requiring firearm transfers to go through a licensed gun dealer. however ..... certain transfers, including temporary transfers and those between immediate family members, would be excused. those against it like - gun store owner bob irwin .... say it's a radically bad idea,. sot 121102.the fact is "the people who are for question 1 are taking a leap of faith that criminals will stop being criminals because they are required to get a background check . 121115 mark kelly sot 211211 i would challenge the people that guns anyway ... its not as easy as you think well hear from both sides coming up in just a bit right now -- a live look outside across the valley.
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let's check in -- with 13-first- alert meteorologist -- karla huelga. karla -- how long will this great weather last? this weekend will be fairly nice in las vegas with light winds and mostly sunny skies. high temperatures will be near 80 degrees both days with lows near 60 degrees. as we head into next week high pressure stays put and keeps our weather practically the same each day. we will not notice much of a change until possibly late next week or into next weekend as we but that is still over a week away. so enjoy 80 degrees and sun, because it will be around a while. outrage -- over a new video --
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hit a man -- before he's attacked by a police dog. and now -- their chief is forced to apologize. plus -- an eyewitness -- testifying in the trial of -- a former south carolina cop -- now charged with murder. and remember -- chopper 13 -- brings you breaking news --
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i'm catherine cortez masto. i know some people are so disgusted with politics but we can't just sit on the sidelines when so much needs to be done. i know that, working together, we can make progress. as attorney general, i brought democrats and republicans together to fight sex trafficking and drug dealers. and i took on the big banks who took advantage of nevada homeowners. i approve this message because in washington,
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sparking anger over police conduct. it shows saint paul, minnesota officers -- repeatedly hitting -- an unarmed man. then -- a police dog -- bites the man. as it turns out -- police had the wrong guy. internal affairs reports say -- last june -- one officer was too quick --to release his dog -- on 52-year old frank baker -- who was following commands. . weeks after that. 019 sot - todd axtell / st. paul police chief: "i'm disappointed and upset by what the video shows?. i'm profoundly saddened the k-9 officer -- got a 30-day suspension. the other officers-- are being investigated. baker says -- he is planning to sue the city. now -- to the police officer on trial for murder -- over a deadly shooting -- caught on camera. the video -- showing officer michael slager -- shooting walter scott -- was played in
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story on the witness stand. abc's -- marci gonzalez -- has more. for the first time - jurors seeing this now infamous video police say shows former north charleston police officer michael slager - shooting and killing walter scott? (nat shots) the man who recorded those 8 gunshots... (nats - last shot) taking the stand friday- (sot - santana - 10;13;42;34) he shoot the man running from him. feidin santana, describing that april day this year- coming across officer slager running after scott- an unarmed man broken tail-light.. describing hearing a taser --just before he hit record - (sot - santana) i didn't know what was happening. just the electric sound there at the beginning caught my attention." slager - who was fired soon after the video murder---maintains he shot scott because while they were on the ground- scott grabbed his taser and pointed it at him. something santana says he didn't see. (sot - prosecutor - 115443) did you see walter scott coming at officer slager? (sot - santana
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the defense- grilling santana on why he waited to turn the video in to investigators questioning whether he's biased against police.- (sot - defense) 'those who must defend us are the worst criminals. who can i trust, tell me?' those are your words. (sot robin sax - legal analyst) undermine the person taking it, try to show there is some sort of ulterior motive // if you can't fight the video tape certainly fight next -- we're learning more -- about that deadly bus accident in baltimore. the family of the school bus driver -- is speaking out. they say -- he never should've been behind the wheel -- in the first place. plus -- investigators at first -- blaming tesla's autopilot
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crash. but the company says -- that is not possible. you're watching 13-action news -- where you get breaking news -- fast and first.
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nearly 2-hundred firefighters -- battled the blaze -- in the little village neighborhood -- on the city's southwest side. investigators say -- homeless people -- trying to stay warm -- may have started the fire. no one was in the building at the time of the fire. no one was hurt. in crash - v new information this afternoon -- on that fiery that killed two people. police had suspected -- the autopilot feature -- may be to blame -- for the thursday morning crash. but tesla officials say -- the car was traveling too fast -- for it to be on autopilot. the feature is limited -- to very high speed -- just before the crash. federal investigators -- are ruling out mechanical failure -- in a deadly school-bus accident -- in baltimore. 6 people in the crash. now -- the school bus driver's
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not have been behind the wheel. they say -- he suffered from seizures -- and took medicine to control them. (nico williams, grandson) "i definitely feel like he had a medical emergency, um, that unfortunately, just he lost control, and he wasn't able to function properly." according to police records -- chappell was involved in a crash -- less than two years ago. he lost consciousness -- and lost control of his car in that the report says -- he was on he -- and his pregnant fiance -- helped rescue victims. (kameron cummings, witness) "the bus did not stop at all. there was no brakes. i don't think he ever put his brakes on." the motor vehicle administration says -- chappell's license lapsed -- because he failed to turn in -- medical certification. in northern china -- thick smog --shuts down dozens of highways. in some parts of beijing -- the pollution was so bad -- drivers could barely see -- where they
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and the elderly to stay inside -- to avoid breathing the air. they say -- conditions may only get worse -- as we get closer to winter. ((adlib wx toss)) this weekend will be fairly nice in las vegas with light winds and mostly sunny skies. high temperatures will be near 80 degrees both days with lows near 60 degrees. as we head into next week high pressure stays put and keeps our weather practically the same each day. we will not notice much of a change until possibly late next week or into next weekend as we might cool off some. but that is still over a week away. so enjoy 80 degrees and sun, because it will
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60 degrees. we will not notice much of a change until possibly late next week or into next weekend as we might cool off some. but that is still over a week away. so enjoy 80 degrees and sun, because it will next time you have an emergency -- metro could be forced -- to put it on hold. 60 degrees. we will not notice much of a change until possibly late next week or into next weekend as we might cool off some. but that is still over a week away.
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be around a while. next time you have an emergency -- metro could be forced -- to 60 degrees. we will not notice much of a change until possibly late next week or into next weekend as we but that is still over a week away. so enjoy 80 degrees and sun, because it will be around a while. next time you have an emergency -- metro could be forced -- to
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take an hour and a half when someone's been attacked? contact 13's -- darcy spears investigates -- the top neighborhoods -- eating up metro's time. and some of them --may surprise
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-- is the number one place -- for police response -- you would be wrong. contact-13 chief investigator -- darcy spears -- reveals the
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dangerous locations. places -- that demand so much police time -- they could delay help -- when you need it most. 3:48 harvey lott: thank god i'm still alive. marine veteran harvey lott was viciously attacked by an acquaintance on an early thursday evening in september. harvey lott 1:01 i woke up to him around my throat beating my head against the head board, choking me. harvey passed out. he's not sure for how long. when he woke, he called 911. my head. you know, i'm on blood thinners. i've lost a lot of blood here. harvey was told because he was potentially in an active crime scene, paramedics couldn't come until police responded. harvey 7:42 so i asked her what's taking the police so long. she said they were on other calls. harvey says he waited for help for more than an hour. 12:15 harvey: why should it take an hour and a half when someone's been attacked?
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times a day, every single day. capt. jim seebock 45:15 that is a focus of what we're trying to address and minimize and reduce. so which places are taxing police resources most often? contact 13 obtained calls for service data from metro, henderson and north las vegas police for the 2015 year. combination gfx and standups -- break with nats. break with sound from metro. walmarts were high on every agency's list. the supercenter on marks and sunset is the number one locatin calls in 2015. and the west lake mead walmart near rancho made the most demands on north las vegas police. but there, it tied with cheyenne condos on civic center drive, which each had 441 calls. /siren nats/ harvey lives in metro's jurisdiction--by far the biggest and busiest police agency in town. darcy stand up: at number 10 on metro's off strip list: walmart on charleston and arville. police were called here on
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calls in 2015. number 9 - shelter island apartments on swenson and twain with 791 calls. police also spent a lot of time at sunrise hospital. it came in at number 8 with 850 calls for service. number 7--with 884 calls--the hamptons apartments on nellis between vegas valley and desert inn. number 6 is another walmart. the store on boulder highway and nellis had 1,115 calls. that's three times a day, every day of the year. /nats rock musi up hard rock and harbor island are next door: the top five takes us near the strip to the hard rock where police showed up 1,133 times. and they didn't have to go far to get to number four. right next door to the hard rock, police responded to 1,161 calls at harbor island apartments. that's followed by two more residential complexes. the suites on boulder highway and flamingo was number three with 1,561 calls.
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capt jim seebock. 53:28 that's too many calls for service and what's more important to me in that area is there's too many calls of violence going on. numbers flying by on a plane the number one location with 2,687--nearly 8 calls every day--is mccarran airport. 19:45 harvey: that is a lot. that just blew my mind. metro tells us they're constantly analyzing call numbers and moving officers where they're needed most. darcy strip tag so wh your family or friends are visiting vegas, where are you most likely to fall victim to crime? we have the top 10 strip locations along with the rest for henderson and north las vegas in a special digital extra. it's something you'll find only on ktnv dot com, where you can also learn more about how metro deals with nuisance locations. darcy spears. 13 action news a lot more news coming up -- on 13 action news live at 4-30. including-- the final push is on.

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