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answers tonight -- after their sons are killed -- in a senless act -- on a valley road. good evening. and thanks for joining us. i'm christopher king. an update -- to some devastating news -- we first told you about last night. a family says -- two brothers -- killed -- when a drunk driver -- smashes into their car. 13-action news reporter -- gina lazara is live -- near lake mead and rainbow. that is where the crash happened. and that -- is where a vigil gina? the family tells me these boys were not only brothers. but best friends and roommates. they actually lived in that building right there.....and their car parked on the street right there. grandmas: 12 seconds "they tearing away everybody's life. they dont know the destruction that they caused last night. they was only out to go get their mom a bday present" the family says 23-year old robert and 22-year old jermaine just got into their car last
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were just on their way to get their mother a birthday present. family wants everyone to know --- that initial reports said the boys were doing an illegal u-turn but that is not the case. they were just pulling out of their parked spot on the side of the street when police say a suspected drunk driver smashed into them......killing them both. the brothers mother has some words for this 2-y driver mother: 15 seconds "you ripped my familt apart. for a text message and a drink. and that's sad. and i dont have nothing else to say" the boys grandma also told me... when police pulled the boys bodies out of the car...the older brother had his arms wrapped around his younger brother. reporting live gina lazara 13
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a man is injured -- after a car slams into him -- and takes off. and right now -- police are searching for that hit-and-run driver. it happened -- near escondido and hacienda the victim -- was taken to the hospital -- with head injuries.. no word on the victim's condition. right now -- police are investigating -- a deadly shooting -- in the southwest part of the a man -- is gunned down -- at a police have detained one person. and -- police arrest a man -- after he sets up a barricade -- near the u-n-l-v campus. officers -- were responding to a domestic violence call. at one point -- the man --armed with a knife -- took off running. officers caught up with him in -- a parking lot -- near maryland parkway and tropicana -- and arrested him. high pressure will remain over the area in the short term and bring above average temperatures to the area
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with light winds through wednesday. by wednesday afternoon we will see a push of clouds and the winds pick up ahead of a system that will bring a significant cool-down. expect gusts to 40 mph wednesday afternoon and thursday. afternoon highs will drop to the low 60s on thursday and will remain in the low to mid 60s on friday. the system will move east and temperature will start to rebound on saturday with highs in the mid and upper 60s that afternoon, then around 70 on sunday. a major announcement today -- trump. his new white house team -- beginning to take shape.
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and -- voters now wonder -- which of his campaign promises will he keep. abc's -- mary bruce -- has the latest. as donald trump builds his white house team inside trump tower? natsot - "donald trump has got to go! hey hey, ho ho!" outside? the streets of new york filled with protestors for the fifth straight day. sot - "just really scared of what's going on - the bigotry, the anti-semitism, the misogyny, the racism." the bigotry, the anti-semitism, the misogyny, the racism." sot - "he has to be respectful toward the immigrant communit "we can't remain silent." from manhattan? nats - to los angeles? crowds marched - their anger and anxiety on display - worried about the president-elect's big promises from the campaign trail? other republican leaders now trying to soothe those concerns? (cnn state of the union) sot - rep. paul ryan / house speaker "we are not planning on erecting a deportation force. donald trump's not planning on that." another big promise - that wall along the mexican border? here's what trump said in an interview with "60 minutes" - (cbs - "60 minutes) sot - donald trump / (r)
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are talking about a fence in the republican congress. would you accept a fence?" trump: "uh... for certain areas i would. but for certain areas a wall is more appropriate." but first, trump faces one of his most important hiring decisions - who will be his chief of staff. now, it's official - trump has tapped reince priebus - the chairman of the r-n- c. for a candidate who ran successfullly as a washington outsider - it's an establishment choice that could anger some supporters. before the decision - a top trump ally had warned that choosing priebus could "cause a re anti-establishment base. in fact, many of the names of cabinet contenders are established politicians and insiders - like newt gingrich, senator jeff sessions and rudy giuliani. (abc this week) sot - rudy giuliani / fmr. mayor of new york "whatever i want to be, i'll discuss with the president-elect, because mary bruce, abc news, washington. trump also named steve bannon -- as his chief strategist and senior counselor. bannon -- is the former head of breitbart news -- and trump's campaign ceo.
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to the society of military widows . 13-action news reporter -- marti glaser -- joins us in studio -- with more. christopher... the event brought cheer to childen who had recently lost their daddy's to war. a visit from santa ... reved everyone up ... along with his team... of volunteeers . for babette kellner a mother of 2 - who lost her husband... leiutenant commander kevin lellner of the united states navy ... where he spent time on ships 14 out of his 24 years in service before he passed away . almost 2 years to the day - thanksgiving time ... so as you can imagine .... kellner says ,,,,support couldn't have come at a better time . its been difficult as anybody would expect , but we are surviving and this was an absolutely great event for the kids, and welll here more from the kids,,,, and what this day meant coming up at 6. if you heard a roar in the sky
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no -- that sound you heard -- was the roar of fighter-jet engines. the aviation-nation -- celebrating 75 years of air power -- over at nellis air force base. more than 150-thousand people watched -- the valley's own thunderbirds performed aerial acrobatics. next -- a massive earthquake hits new zealand-- sending people -- running in terror -- as buildings tumble. the entire coastline -- on alert -- for a possible tsunami. plus -- are you carrying around the right type of plastic? credit cards -- give you the most bang for your buck. and remember -- chopper-13 -- brings you breaking news --
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manhunt. machado -- is suspected of killing -- deputy dennis wallace -- earlier in the day. investigators calling it -- an execution. wallace -- was shot twice in the head -- while repsonding to reports of a stolen car. authorities say -- had already issued a warrantfor machado's arrest -- for an unrelated crime. wallace -- was 20-year veteran. now -- to the emotional
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judge -- declares a mistrial -- in the case of a white -- former police officer -- accused of murdering -- an unarmed black driver. abc's -- eva pilgrim -- has the latest. nats - demonstrators sam dubose. say his name. sam dubose. frustration and outrage, as for a former university of cincinatti cop ray tensing is-- for now-- a free man sot -- deshonda reid/dubose's fiancee this individual has committed murder on camera and he has spent less than 24 hours in jail. justice has to be served. a judg after the jury failed to reach a verdict on charges of murder and voluntary manslaughter for the shooting death of sam dubose during a 2015 traffic stop. nats - courtroom (b3910) 10:03:59 we are unable to reach a verdict on either count one or count two?. the exchange captured on tensing's body cam? nats - dubose refuses to open his door... that's when tensing drawshis weapon, firing once. nats - bodycam video prosecutors calling tensing a racist? pointing out that the night of that stop? he was wearing a confederate flag tshirt under his uniform.
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1:07 i just had a certain in my rotation to wear. the jury watched the body cam video? and heard from tensing himself who took the stand? claiming self defense. sot - tensing on the stand (110816180) 1:07 //he's going to run me over (crying) q: justice doesn't mean no justice at all. it's just delayed for a moment. today marks one year since the paris terror attacks. the assault killed 130 people isis claimed responsibility for the massacre. the bataclan concert hall -- one of the sites targeted by the terrorists -- killing dozens of people. sting -- did a special performance -- to mark the re-opening. trying win over people's hearts and minds-- the iraqi air force
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leaflets -- over the city of mosul. they're warning citizens -- of an attack --they're planning in the city -- still controlled by isis. the leaflets also urge civilians -- to do what they can -- to help security forces -- defeat the extremists. a major earthquake -- rocks new zealand. the 7-point-8 magnitude quake -- sending people running into the streets-- even triggering a tsunami warning. abc's -- jennifer eccleston -- has the latest. nats - "?(sirens)?" shattr new zealand. nats - the island nation rocked by a major earthquake overnight? nats - "?sirens?" sirens ringing out across several coastal towns? natsot - "holy (bleep)?" many people waking up to shaking, swaying and things crashing to the ground. natsot - "we've packed our stuff and we're leaving? we're gonna stay at a friend's?" residents report the first quake lasted two or three minutes? followed by strong aftershocks. sot - emma and hugh sintes /
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"swaying.. having to hold on to things." hugh: "doors were opening and closing, the whole house was moving. yeah, it was moving." emma: "creaking." hugh: "creaking, moving." the strength of the initial seven-point- eight magnitide shaking - was enough to crack roads? and damage buildings. this store just one example? products knocked off shelves? the ceiling torn apart? the quake even strong enough to send water sloshing out of an in-ground swimming pool? nats - "?oh my god?" natsot - "this is my apartment after the - which put the coastline on alert. earthquakes are common in new zealand - which sits l so-called "ring of fire" - an area of seismic faults in the pacific ocean. but witnesses say this one was it was pretty... it was a scary thing." jennifer eccleston, abc news, london. crews in north carolina -- continue to battle -- this
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-- has grown to nearly 3-thousand acres. more evacautions ordered -- as it closes in -- on several communities. this -- is just one of dozens -- burning throughout the state. officials -- suspect arson is to blame -- in at least 20 fires. thankfully -- no one has been injured. wx chat high pressure will remain over the area in the short term and bring above average temperatures to the area through wednesday. expect highs in the upper 70s with lg wednesday. by wednesday afternoon we will see a push of clouds and the winds pick up ahead of a system thursday. afternoon highs will drop to the low 60s on thursday and will remain in the low to mid 60s on friday. the system will move east and temperature will start to rebound on saturday with highs in the mid and upper 60s that and right now -- a live look at the las vegas strip. the annual -- rock and roll
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more than 40-thousand runners -- are expected to lace them up 70s with light winds through wednesday. by wednesday afternoon we will see a push of clouds and the winds pick up ahead of a system that will cool-down. expect gusts to 40 mph wednesday afternoon and thursday. afternoon highs will drop to the low 60s on thursday and will remain in the low to mid 60s on friday. the system will move east and temperature will start to rebound on saturday with highs in the mid and upper 60s that afternoon, then around 70
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70s with light winds through wednesday. by wednesday afternoon we will see a push of clouds and the winds pick up ahead of a system that will bring a significant cool-down. expect gusts to 40 mph wednesday afternoon and thursday. afternoon highs will drop to the low 60s on thursday and will remain in the low to mid 60s on friday. temperature will start to rebound on saturday with highs in the mid and upper 60s that afternoon, then around 70 on sunday. wx chat 70s with light winds through wednesday. by wednesday afternoon we will see a push of clouds and the
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cool-down. expect gusts to 40 mph wednesday afternoon and thursday. afternoon highs will drop to the low 60s on thursday and the las vegas strip. the annual -- rock and roll marathon -- kicking-off just a short time ago. more than 40-thousand runners -- are expected to lace them up -- and take over the strip tonight. and -- there are a number of road closures -- because of the
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our website -- at k-t-n-v dot com. paying with plastic -- can earn you anything -- from free flights -- to some extra cash. we'll take a look -- at some unexpected benefits -- that could -- have you switching cards. many of us have a credit card
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can profit from plastic. tonight-- 13-action news anchor -- tricia kean -- looks at your options.
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and others don't even know where to start. scott/credit card holder: i asked my mom. she said chase and a couple of other ones. i just went with chase. but the bottom line is, you should be getting the most for the plastic that fits your financial situation or lifestyle. ken himmler/financial author: you have to look at what you're trying to achieve. financial author ken himmler says, do some research before filling out an application. start by checking your credit. the b better your choices. then decide: -do you need a card that will improve your credit? -save you money on interest? -or a card that earns rewards? let's break it down. if you want to build or rebuild your credit: consider a student or secured credit card. these types of cards are easier to qualify for. student cards are meant for college students with no credit. secured cards require a security deposit. ken himmler: you throw in 300 to $500 and then you start making charges.
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charges in small increments and pay that card at least every 2 weeks, because that can boost your credit. the good news is, you get that deposit back when your account is upgraded or closed in good standing. now if you want to save on interest: then you want a low-interest, zero percent apr or balance transfer card. these cards are typically for someone with good credit. but beware: tricia : what are the pitfalls of balance transfers for the consumer? ken: well typically it's the fee that you have to pay right up front. but balance transfer cards can interest debt. just make sure with any of these cards, you understand whether you're getting a fixed rate, or introductory rate that jumps up after a certain amount of time. finally, if you want to earn extra perks just for using your credit card: then get a rewards or cash back card. ken: you can get anything you want. there's catalogs. there's travel. you can get tires changed. you can get gasoline. there's all kinds of different and keep in mind, these cards usually have higher aprs.
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every month, before you build up too much debt. michael/credit card holder: it's real easy to spend, and just pay $50, insead of the cards to choose from -- once you've decided -- what kind works best for you. to help -- the personal finance site nerdwallet -- has a 20-16. they even narrow down the list -- by categories. we have more information -- at k- t-n-v dot com. just type -- links in the search box. high pressure will remain over the area in the short term and bring above average temperatures to the area through wednesday. expect highs in the upper 70s with light winds through wednesday. by wednesday afternoon we will see a push of clouds and the winds pick up ahead of a system 60s on friday. the system will move east and temperature will start to rebound on saturday with highs
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welcome to "world news tonight." breaking news. you're hired. president-elect donald trump tapping rnc head, reince priebus, as his chief of staff. what that pick might mean. plus, is trump changing his plans for that border wall? and the new twitter feud from our next commander in chief. protests and hate. the nation divided. demonstrations across the country. incidents of hate on the rise. how can trump unite america? the fire starter? as dozens of wildfires scorch the southeast. the aspiring weatherman now charged with arson. what he allegedly confessed to police about that fire and facebook. no verdict. a mistrial declared after a jury deadlocks over a white police officer who fatally shot a black man during a traffic stop. the protest in the streets. what's next for this family

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