Nightly News Broadcast (Full) - July 25, 2019 | NBC Nightly News

Nightly News Broadcast (Full) – July 25, 2019 | NBC Nightly News



breaking news tonight the dramatic takedown after a deadly shooting spree just a short time ago police capturing the suspect wanted in the killings of four people at three different crime scenes I just saw like ten police officers with guns like rifles and handguns just going crazy the suspects father and brother among the dead the Shocker at one of America's largest military bases sixteen Marines arrested on charges ranging from human smuggling to drug offenses a dramatic arrest happening during a battalion formation Jeffrey Epstein placed on suicide watch the wealthy financier an accused sex trafficker found injured in his jail cell with marks on his neck was he attempting to take his own life or could've been attacked by another inmate more bad news tonight about Boeing's troubled 737 max planes that wood could throw a wrench into your travel plans and drive up ticket costs especially for the holidays another major city laying down the law on East kut'rs as deaths and injuries rise are they too dangerous for the road and our journey to near the top of the world we're scorching heat is melting nature's wonders Zen BC Nightly News with Lester Holt good evening we begin with breaking news a killing spree that held Los Angeles in suspense for much of the day has just ended with the capture of a suspect since this morning at least six people have been shot four of them killed the shootings happening at three locations in LA San Fernando Valley including a city bus where the latest victim was shot our Molly hunter is in LA now with the latest tonight the suspect is now in custody after a deadly shooting spree across Los Angeles here we go dramatic video shows SWAT teens closing in later capturing 26 year old Jerry Dean Zaragoza overnight police say zaragoza went to an apartment in the San Fernando Valley shooting and killing his brother and father and wounding his mother I just saw police just raiding the building next to me and I just saw like ten police officers with guns like rifles and handguns just going crazy hours later at a gas station in North Hollywood he shot two people killing his girlfriend leaving the other person in critical condition on the run from there he attempted to rob someone at an ATM then police say the same man boarded a bus nearby shooting a six-person at close range even asking people for clothes as he ran police have now confirmed the person shot on the bus has now died after that shooting police tracked on the suspect walking on a nearby Street authorities took him down by tasering him police now seeking to question Zaragoza in connection with at least four murders across the San Fernando Valley Lester Molly hunter in Los Angeles tonight thanks and also breaking in Southern California today the dramatic mass arrests of 16 US Marines at Camp Pendleton the junior enlisted troops busted as they stood in formation facing charges related to drugs and human trafficking our Miguel Almaguer has late details the 16 Marines at Camp Pendleton were taken into custody today during battalion formation the dramatic takedown by NC is part of a morning sweep the Marines arrested for their alleged involvement in various illegal activities ranging from human smuggling to drug relay defenses the US Marine Corps saying in a statement an additional eight Marines were taken aside to be questioned on their involvement in alleged drug offenses unrelated to today's arrests I don't remember this number of people being arrested all at once and so it's extremely unusual for a sweep to be made with this number of arrests withholding specifics as the Marine Corps investigates officials confirm the arrest came after information was gained from a previous human smuggling investigation on July 5th two Marines were charged with transportation of certain aliens for financial gain after investigators say they agreed to transport three Mexican citizens for $8,000 with the possibility of additional charges the Marines say none took part in the southwest border support mission and those arrested are junior enlisted tonight 16 accused of breaking the law and betraying their motto of always faithful the Marines who were arrested today and those who were also pulled aside for questioning here at Camp Pendleton remain in the custody of NCIS investigators this matter will be addressed in the military court system not the civilian one Lester all right Miguel thank you next tonight Jeffrey Epstein the multi-millionaire and accused sex trafficker was placed on suicide watch after he was found injured in a New York Jail NBC's Stephanie Gosk now in the questions over what happened inside his cell Jeffrey Epstein was found on the floor of his cell semi-conscious in a fetal position with marks around his neck there are conflicting explanations from multiple law enforcement sources one theory is that Epstein tried to take his own life another is that the 66 year old faked a suicide to try to get transferred from this notorious jail in Manhattan but the possibility that Epstein was attacked he's also being considered two people familiar with the incident tell NBC's New York station that Epstein shared a cell with Nick tartar Leone a former police officer accused of murder turtley Ali's lawyers says his client was questioned but is not a suspect he did nothing wrong at all and he's not being investigated for doing anything wrong he's not been accused of doing anything wrong a judge denied Epstein's bail after he pleaded not guilty to sex trafficking charges leaving him locked up until trial a sharp contrast to life in his luxury homes in New Mexico New York and the Caribbean local zoning permits show Epstein was expanding his compound from this island to a second one but in 2016 beaches in the Virgin Island are public property but Jeffrey Epstein has made it very clear that the rest of this island is not he's been doing construction here on great st. James all the way up until his arrest really we're told that this white shed was built only a few months ago Epstein may never be back the rest of his life could be spent behind bars Stephanie Gosk NBC News there's more bad news related to Boeing's troubled 737 max planes Southwest Airlines today extended the length of time it's canceling max flights until next year that could mean fewer planes and higher ticket prices over the holidays here's NBC's Tom Costello no airline in the world owns more Boeing 737 maxes all of them grounded already forced to cancel twenty thousand flights this year Southwest today said it's cutting service to Newark Airport and doesn't expect to fly the max until January 5th at the earliest we're unhappy that it's taken so long and we're in the dark on it just like you are on a number of technical matters grounded since March 13th following two fatal crashes overseas no plane has ever been grounded for so long Southwest had hoped to have 75 maxes in its fleet by year's end American forty United 30 but if they can't fly it during the winter holidays that could impact holiday travel we're likely to see fewer seats available in higher prices on routes that are less popular but frequently traveled during the holiday season with new planes stacking up in Seattle Boeing is warning it could cut production if fa a recertification is delayed until the fall or winter this is a bad situation that keeps getting worse for Boeing and for the airlines that fly the max Boeing tells NBC News the safe return to service of the 737 max is our company's top priority the advice from the Travel Pro start looking for air fares now for the winter holidays and if you see a good fare grab it before prices start going up luster alright Tom Costello thank you one day after Robert Muller testified before Congress Democrats tonight are still debating whether to pursue impeachment of the president White House correspondent Kristen Welker is here Kristen there's a big split among Democrats and it didn't change because of yesterday it certainly is Lester good evening Democrats are still very divided about how to move forward and Capitol Hill sources tell NBC News there's broad agreement the mauler hearings did not deliver the kind of punch they were hoping for to start impeachment proceedings and that it actually may have blunted momentum but there are still Democrats who are not ready to give up on impeachment ultimately it's up to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi who had a meeting with Democrats last night made it very clear she's not on board with the idea meanwhile President Trump believes the hearings were a win for him as Democrats Lester are preparing to file a lawsuit to try to force the president's former White House Counsel Don Magan to testify he was a key molar witness all right Kristen thank you and on Capitol Hill there were angry confrontations at a House hearing today on immigration and the Trump administration's border policies our jeff bennett has that story tonight divisions over the migrant crisis House Democrats condemning how the Trump administration split migrant families sometimes sending parents back to their home countries without their children you would do with the deportation before the reunification without any knowledge of whether the parents are being reunified yes so in other words you're kidnapping the child not kidnapping the child the guidelines that are out courting a parent without their child is literally kidnapping the Trump administration is still under fire for that Pryor family separation policy and continues facing criticism over reports of deplorable conditions at detention facilities along the border and tonight NBC News has exclusively learned that active duty US troops are stationed inside a border patrol holding facility in Texas monitoring detainees despite past assurances that active-duty troops would not be in direct contact with migrants the US military says the troops are not armed or acting as law enforcement seventeen-year-old Abner a Guatemalan migrant talks about conditions he encountered at a Yuma Arizona border station oh yeah one thousand also annual Abner describes having nowhere to sleep for days giving his food to younger children so they wouldn't go hungry and seeing a guard punch a boy in the stomach a Customs and Border Protection official tells NBC News Abner's claims are inconsistent with agency records of his time in custody more challenges for a border in crisis Jeff Bennett NBC News Washington tonight Puerto Rico is preparing for a transfer of power after the governor reside following nearly two weeks of demonstrations but protesters say more needs to be done about what they see is rampant corruption NBC's Gabe Gutierrez is in San Juan tonight protests have turned to parties on the streets of San Juan Governor Ricardo Rocio caved overnight to intensifying pressure amid the threat of it Pietschmann oilless anuncio Katara mentioned Oh hearing the news the island exploded [Applause] now Puerto Rico's Secretary of Justice one to Vasquez is set to take over next week but too many of these protesters she's already controversial seen as one of roses political allies Vasquez in here it's a government dealing with a year's long recession allegations of rampant corruption and rebuilding after Hurricane maria joyce perry's husband's grandmother on an oxygen tank died in the storm's aftermath now the focus shifts to the prosecution of several local officials who were arrested in charged with corruption here all right gave thanks next the deadly heat wave sweeping across europe scorching temperatures shattering records in several countries including France where the heat poses a new threat to the fire damage Notre Dame Cathedral NBC's bill Neely is in London it's the hottest since the Eiffel Tower was built or since anything in Paris was built over a hundred and eight degrees roasting American tourists this is amazing so hot Architects fear the roof of not radom Cathedral damaged by fire could collapse in Belgium it's the hottest since 1883 in the Netherlands in Germany more records smashed in Britain a hundred degrees in July for the first time and Europe may just have to get used to it recently it's had the five hottest days in the last 500 years in Portugal wildfires are raging in France fears of a repeat of the 15,000 heat wave deaths a decade ago air conditioning not big in Europe its famous chocolate no match for the heat release though and rain is in sight the warnings now for wild storms and flash floods Leicester alright bill Neely thank you in this country Alaska has warmed twice as fast as the rest of the world in the last 50 years and out parts of Alaska are feeling the heat this summer as new records are being set in the southern part of the state Kevin Tibbles went to Alaska to see the effects firsthand Alaska's blue-white Giants are dying falling to rising temperatures in the 49th state 34 degree water recently melted ice and snow that Sundy guides tours on the massive Spencer glacier so in 2009 we used to be able to step onto the ice from the end of the trail today we have to kayak to the glaciers face a mile away nimbly making our way past icebergs that have broken off perhaps as recently as 30 years ago where we're kayaking right now would have been under hundreds of feet of ice climatologist Brian Brettschneider has come to see the damage firsthand to an ice mass that's thousands of years old this is the warmest month on record any month in a year for this region on July 4th Anchorage set a new record at 90 degrees forest fires leave a haze that hangs in the air fisheries a six billion dollar industry are jeopardized and the ice keeps melting a helicopter is now the only way to reach the top they say the Spencer recedes a hundred feet a year this is a phenomenal place of natural beauty the tragedy is it's disappearing before our very eyes that soon DS tour business ascending path is also receding I love the aesthetic of what meltwater creates but the cause of it is heartbreaking with more carbon in the atmosphere it's getting hotter and melting glaciers causing water levels worldwide to rise in many other places you can't see those changes but they're occurring climate change is affecting everybody the glacier is a bit like the canary in a coal mine monuments from the Ice Age now in retreat Kevin Tibbles NBC News in the Chugach National Forest Alaska still ahead tonight the explosion of scooters and injuries and the drastic measure some cities are now taking also the wild ride at the airport scary moments as a two-year-old wanders away from his mother next tonight the latest American city to slap new restrictions on those popular East scooters as the number of deaths and injuries on them Rises across the country are they too dangerous for the streets here's NBC's Vicki Wynn on the streets in bike lanes even on highways last year motorized scooters accounted for 39 million rides in cities across the country but there are major concerns in Atlanta two riders died this year one just last week a 37 year old man run over by a bus the driver not at fault but the incident sparking protests and prompting city leaders to pause issuing permits to companies supplying the scooters according to a recent study head and facial injuries caused by electric scooter accidents tripled over a decade we're seeing significant injuries to the head and face broken faces broken noses cuts we're seeing people who have injuries to their neck many cities are struggling with balancing safety and convenience great way to get around the environment they go like 15 miles an hour you can get it to 25 just got to be careful Nashville tightened its cooter rules after a rider died in May I don't want any families to experience the pain that me and my family aren't experiencing right now companies cities and riders now looking for solutions to make sure this new way of getting around is as safe as it can be Vicky went NBC News New York we'll take a short break when we come back the scary moments as a toddler goes his own way at one of the busiest airports we're back now with that wild ride for a two year-old boy that took him deep inside Atlanta's hartsfield-jackson airport our Ngati Schwartz has more six different surveillance cameras capturing just how quickly a toddler can get into trouble at the busiest airport in the world the two-year-old darting away from his mother who is printing a boarding pass at check-in and inspecting a nearby conveyer belt for checked baggage behind a ticketing desk than hoisting himself up just seconds later his mom rushing over in a panic the agent stopping the belt but not soon enough the boy was swept into a baggage room where he tried crawling over luggage to avoid this screening machine when a purple suitcase pushes him inside he pops out heading up another conveyor now crying before finally sliding into a room full of TSA agents who scooped him up five minutes after the ordeal began at that moment he became all of our child to take care of him the boy's hand was injured but he's expected to be okay his mother told authorities she only looked away for a second airport officials now reviewing the tapes to make sure this never happens again Goti Schwartz NBC News what a wild ride glad he's okay when we come back inspiring America with a life-changing gift for one we on the broadcast tonight with the story of a little girl on New York's Long Island who got a big surprise that's changed her life Joe fryer has our inspiring America report in life all of us could use a helping hand for five year old Alice Carrillo that hand is pink how much do you like having that hand you see Alice's right hand is smaller than her left so engineering students at the University of Cincinnati designed a mechanical one Alice's mom recorded the moment she first tested it opening a drawer before walking over to her soon-to-be stepdad a moment that touched hearts it was incredibly sweet and of course we were crying in tyre time that sentiment was shared by those who made the hand they're part of a nonprofit called enable you see they really reminded me what a what it's all about like why I'm doing this and why I'm putting so many hours into understanding this process got a pump your legs babe Alice uses it to swing and play with Barbies when she took it to show-and-tell she did something most of us take for granted so you like giving high-fives can I get a high-five something so simple made possible by something so complex Alice's helping him Joe fryer NBC News Lloyd Harbor New York good for Alice and those talented students who built her new hat that's NBC Nightly News for this Thursday I'm Lester Holt for all of us at NBC News thanks for watching and hey NBC News viewers thanks for checking out our YouTube channel subscribe by clicking on that button down here and click on any of the videos over here to 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28 thoughts on “Nightly News Broadcast (Full) – July 25, 2019 | NBC Nightly News”

  • More AGW/CC bull. Alaska record heat? Really? Does anyone bother checking anymore? Of course not, doesn't fit the narrative. CO2 does NOT cause temp, it's the other way around.

  • Jeremy Fransen says:

    Human induced global climate change (verified via specific isotope of CO2 from burning fossil fuels) continues as crybaby rich elite and brainwashed masses buy in to the psychological manipulation propaganda from Big Oil.

  • Why do you think it is happening so much, humm who brings it in. They don't fight for me there in it for themselves.

  • Robert Santarossa says:

    How are the Dems divided? They voted down impeachment. What kind of a far Left Progressive network are you? Lefty here.

  • RIDE w/ PRIDE says:

    The Artic melting can not be hidden much longer like the MEDIA WAS TRYING TO DO ALL ALONG. 6 more years folks then reality ICE FREE ARTIC. WHERE ARE THE BEES AROUND YOUR FLOWERS??? WHERE IS THE CLUSTER OF INSECTS AROUND YOUR PORTCH LIGHT AT NIGHT???
    www.geoengineeringwatch.org
    Get credible data from a credible source 🤔

  • ANOTHER ILLEGAL KILLING EACH OTHER..THOSE MARINES WERE NAD FROM START FEW BAD APPLES DONT SPOIL BEST MILITARY IN 🌎

  • Why does Miguel Alvarez insist on recording the douchiest, most annoying voice overs for his stories, but then finishes up on camera talking like a normal person. What’s up with that? 🤔

  • Christopher belcastro says:

    Is anyone else's comments being copied 3 times ON HERE??? I guess they are putting me on a list or something…

  • Christopher belcastro says:

    Is anyone else's comments being copied 3 times ON HERE??? I guess they are putting me on a list or something…

  • Christopher belcastro says:

    *I am sorry, but I can not believe what NBC News says ANYMORE, because
    they have LIED to me too many times in the past!!! What else have they
    lied about I do not know about???* Where can I go so I am not being lied to???…I guess it has to be independent journalists that aren't being paid to say curtain things to follow their agenda!!! SAD.

  • Christopher belcastro says:

    *I am sorry, but I can not believe what NBC News says ANYMORE, because
    they have LIED to me too many times in the past!!! What else have they
    lied about I do not know about???* Where can I go so I am not being lied to???…I guess it has to be independent journalists that aren't being paid to say curtain things to follow their agenda!!! SAD.

  • Eyes_ Of_Heru says:

    So they can hold children hostage in cages, but can't free immigration!! Um just saying, both should be illegal right!

  • I absolutely believe the 17 speaking about the conditions, and of course there would be no record of an adult punching a child. This type abuse happens to American children, in juvenile detention centers that are contracted by our government ,and managed privately. Why am I to believe it wouldn't happen to children this country seems less than dogs? disgraceful.

  • If he was black THEY WOULDA SHOT HIM DOWN ON-SITE. THEY TASED THIS WHITE GUY. LMAO INCREDIBLE. LOLOLOLOLOL THOS COUNTRY IS A JOKE

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