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For its ca c1 3 fayette mall.

Christy: "lexington police say they need your help in figuring out what exactly happened here at this intersection friday night, where a woman was fatally shot."

And...it's labeled a battle between lexington firefighters and police.

But we'll show you why really...they're teaming up to help their own.

Good afternoon, i'm tom kenny... and i'm veronica jean seltzer..

In our top story at five... we now know a nicholasville woman shot friday night..

Leaving the fayette mall...has died.

The coroner pronounced 30- year-old laporscha stringer dead...yesterday.

Abc 36's christy bollinger reports police need help finding the person who killed her.

Police sirens police: "the community, they deserve an answer.

We also want an answer."

An answer, to what happened here, friday night, near the fayette mall.

"i would like to first reach out to the family and say i'm sorry for this incident."

The incident that took a life... police say someone shot laporscha stringer inside her car at the intersection of wilson downing and nicholasville road..

Car driving by "hate for something like this to happen to a family member of theirs.

To know that she's a friend and also a daughter."

I've learned from social media, stringer was also a mother..

Leaving behind three kids.

"as a police department these type of things affect us."

Christy: "lexington police say it was here at this intersection where stringer was trying to leave the mall.

They believe the suspect car was in front of stringer's car when it quickly did a u-turn here at the intersection and this is when police say, driving back into the mall, is when the suspect shot stringer."

"when somebody does something odd like that and kind of turns around against traffic.

Those are things that when you see that you know that's not right."

This is why police say they need your help.

"that's something that we need to know from people maybe they have a description of the driver."

"those are types of things that we don't want people to assume we already know."

Police believe after firing the shot... the suspect drove off towards dillards in a dark colored car.

Officers think stringer and the suspect knew each other.

"if you were in that area in dillards parking lot and you saw what direction that car went from dillards then we can actually piece together the direction then we may be able to pick up more surveillance as time goes on."

Reporting in lexington..

"we're gonna continue to work until we come up with an answer for the family."

Christy bollinger, abc 36 news.

The coroner says stringer was an organ donor so doctors kept her on life support to retrieve her organs to give to others.

Right now..

Parts of old frankfort pike in lexington are back open..

After a deadly accident this afternoon.

According to police...it happened around 2:15..on old frankfort pike near elkchester road.

The coroner says the driver..

79-year- old john haight, was killed..

After his car hit a tree.

Lanes are back open after a semi trailer fire overnight on i- 64 .

Lexington police say the fire closed parts of i-64 east near the clark county line around two this morning.

According to investigators..

The driver pulled over...after smelling smoke that started in the trailer.

Officerse say the driver was not hurt.

Students, staff and teachers at south laurel county high school are mourning the loss of their fishing coach, darin ray reed.

According to his obituary... reed died on saturday.

School officials say he was a fisherman, teacher and coach, known for his great storytelling and sense of humor.

He was 52-years-old when he died.

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Laurel county high school fishing coach candles.jpg ... visitation for reed is tonight at six..

At 'bowling' funeral home on north main street in london.

The funeral is tomorrow 'morning'..

At eleven.

Tuesday night: partly cloudy skies and mild temperatures develop, with a low of 67 degrees.

Wednesday: partly cloudy skies and scattered rain showers are expected, with a high of 80 degrees.

Wednesday night: mostly cloudy skies and a few rain showers will be possible, with a low of 63 degrees.

Thursday: mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies develop, with a high temperature of 81.

Tuesday night: partly cloudy skies and mild temperatures develop, with a low of 67 degrees.

Wednesday: partly cloudy skies and scattered rain showers are expected, with a high of 80 degrees.

Wednesday night: mostly cloudy skies and a few rain showers will be possible, with a low of 63 degrees.

Thursday: mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies develop, with a high temperature of 81.

C1 3 in knox county..

A suspect accused of burglarizing homes in corbin is now charged.

According to the sheriff's department..

38- year-old michael felix was arrested this morning after a report of a burglary on bramblewood drive.

Deputies say they arrested felix..

After they found him walking up to a house in timber ridge.

According to the sheriff's department..

Felix is also a burgrlary suspect... for break-ins on grant cemetery road, middle fork richland road, prewitt road, and deer creek drive.

And now...competition for a cause.

The lexington police and fire departments are competing in the second annual 'combat challenge.'

It's an obstacle course that puts competitors to the test physically and emotionally...with bragging rights on the line.

But the real winners are families within the departments.

Abc 36's alexus larson shows you two examples.

Nat sound - running the stairs the endurance.

The sweat... the effort...it's all worth it... because officers and firefighters are doing this to raise money for two families in both the departments.

One of those is the holland family.

Kaiser is four years old and his dad is a detective with the lexington police department over a year ago, kaiser's parents noticed he wasn't progressing especially with his speech and months later he had a seizure.

In december, they took him to the hospital where he was diagnosed with a rare form of epilepsy.

"he has to miss out on a lot of things because he's tired .

The medication makes him very sleepy."

But that same medication makes his condition manageable...in fact...she says he is progessing - which wasn't a guarantee.

"the fact that he is speaking and potty training so quickly after diagnosis is really a miracle."

On the fire department side - it's raising money for tammy cole.

Her husband has been a firefighter for 25 years and her son recently joined department.

Last thanksgiving, cole was diagnosed with leukemia.

"chemo was tough."

She says during her treatments, the department helped her family with dinners and mowing the lawn - and when she found out firefighters are raising money for her... she was grateful.

"humbling.

It's very humbling."

With everything the department's done for cole - she decided to do something for the department....so, she's giving the money back to the firefighters so they can help other people.

"it just seems right to turn it back in to them because they need it more than i need it."

Taking care of each other is that simple for these two departments because they are one big family - and they say you always take care of your own.

In lexington, alexus larson, abc36 news.

If you're interested in donating to the project or learning more about it, we have a link on our website...just click on the story at wtvq.com.

It has finally arrived...game week for the kentucky wildcat football team.

The cats begin the season saturday at kroger field against the toledo rockets.

Kickoff is set for noon.

We could talk offensive keys as well as what the cats need to do on defense to keep the rockets out of the endzone, but at the end of the day...mark stoops knows early in the season, it all comes down to being aggressive.

Coming up later at 5:30, we talk u-k volleyball.

That's all for now c1 3 though.

Tom and v-j back to you.

Still ahead..

Jason tells how much longer the rain will be around.

But first...a possible break..

In the trade war against china..

The latest on talks at the g-7 sumit..

Coming up.

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Your worldview..

--reporter pkg-as follows-- pres donald trump: "i think we're going to make a deal with china and i think probably eventually we're going to make a deal with iran, too."

The g-7 summit wrapping monday -- with president trump signaling possible deals that would end the trade war with china.

Pres donald trump: "i believe it more strongly now than i would have believed it a while ago."

... and perhaps re- establish a nuclear agreement with iran.

Pres donald trump: "we're looking for no nuclear weapons, no ballistic missiles, and a longer period of time."

During a 35-minute press conference - trump said he's more hopeful for a deal after china's vice premier called for "a calm attitude" in negotiations.

A shift in tone after a weekend that saw china and the u-s threatening increased tariffs on one another's imported goods.

Pres donald trump: "if it's a fair deal and a good deal for the united states.

Otherwise, i will not make a deal."

Trump also applied cautious confidence to international security, saying he may be willing to meet with iran.

Pres donald trump: "if the circumstances were correct or right i would certainly agree to that.

In the meantime they have to be good players."

Despite the president's positive tone, what if -any - deals will materialize remains unclear.

In washington, i'm whitney wild.

Tonight: scattered rain lingers, with a low of 67 degrees.

Tuesday: scattered rain and a few storms will c1 3 develop, with a high temperature of 82 degrees.

A steady breeze out of the south to southwest will continue around 5 to 15 mph.

Tuesday night: a cold front will move across the region, and continue to give us the chance for scattered rain and a few storms. overnight low temperatures will be around 65 degrees.

Wednesday: a few morning rain showers will be possible for eastern kentucky, with clearing skies for the entire commonwealth.

Wednesday high temperatures will be around 80 degrees.

Wednesday night: mostly clear skies and cool temperatures will develop, with a low of 56 degrees.

Thursday: mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies develop, with a high temperature of 81 degrees.

Thursday night: mostly clear skies and mild temperatures develop, with a low of 60 degrees.

Friday: mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies develop, with a chance for isolated rain shower or thunderstorm.

High temperatures will be around 84 degrees.

Labor day weekend: high temperatures will be in the mid to upper 80s, with an isolated rain shower possible each afternoon.

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That means the d-e-a will allow more researchers to grow a wider variety of the drug.

The agency..

First announced it would license pot growers two years ago... but under then- attorney general jeff sessions, the justice department stopped the process.

Attorney general bill barr says he's pleased the d-e-a is seeking to expand growing marijuana legally to support research.

It seems like c-b-d oil is everywhere these days.

A new poll by gallup says 14- percent of adults use it..

But what exactly is c-b-d oil?

Mandy gaither explains..

In today's your health.

--reporter pkg-as follows-- laws surrounding marijuana can be complicated--so you might be wondering what this cbd craze is all about...and whether it's legal.

Cannabidiol --or cbd--is a chemical in marijuana...but on its own, it doesn't give users a high.

Cbd is now legal across the u-s--as long as it comes from the hemp plant.

Cbd isn't regulated, so distributors can't advertise it as medicine or a cure- all.

But people use it for a variety of reasons.

Paul cornwell/ owner, pot shop: "a lot of it's older people for every day aches and pains, joints, anxiety, their kids with epilepsy."

And it comes in many different forms. paul cornwell/ owner, pot shop: "we have salves, isolates, tinctures, oils, vapes."

But if you're thinking about stopping at your local grocery store and picking some up, you may want to do some research first.

Experts suggest finding a trustworthy store that specializes in cbd...and just like any supplement, make sure you ask your doctor before trying it.

For today's health minute, i'm mandy gaither.

Now the frankfort toyota 'live' traffic report.

Injury collision: i-75n prior to winchester rd single vehicle off the roadway.

Man o war blvd between easthills dr and alumni dr three vehicles.

Non-injury collision: inbound leestown rd at alexandria dr left turn lane blocked.

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Sarah pannell: i'm here with dr. meenach and we're talking about homework.

The dreaded homework's back.

So, what can parents do to kind of help the kids establish a good routine?

Dr. meenach: it's definitely that time of the year for homework.

The most important thing i think you need to realize is every child is different.

So, some kids are great about coming home, doing their homework, they have a quick snack.

They're able to complete their homework.

They're done by dinner.

They can have the whole evening to do what they want.

Dr. meenach: other children really need a break.

They need to come home.

They need to spend an hour so to kind of re-energize.

Have dinner with their family, and then start to do their homework so that it's completed by the end of the night.

Dr. meenach: what's important is to realize what your child needs and what kind of homework they have and how much time that they need, so that they can be completed in the evening before bed time and then get the right amount of sleep.

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So, distraction free.

No cell phones, no tvs, they can really focus in on their homework.

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Make sure you know what they'll have that day that's going to be due tomorrow or what's going to be due at the end of the week.

Dr. meenach: communicate with your child.

Make sure you ask them what they need to do.

Some kids will forget and then the end of the night right before bed, it's time to do their homework.

So, making sure all those things are in order will create academic success for your child.

Sarah pannell: perfect.

Well, thank you so much.

All right moms. if you got any homework tips, go to the mom to mom facebook page and let us know.

In today's business report..

Target is set to open up new stores...within its stores.

The retail chain..

Has a new deal with disney, the parent company of abc news.

The deal includes opening 25-disney stores within target locations across the country by early october.

In entertainment news now..

The latest entry in the gerard butler action franchise exceeded expectations during its weekend debut.

But how well is it doing, against other films now in theaters?

David daniel has a break down of the box office top five.

--reporter pkg-as follows-- "fast and furious presents: hobbs and shaw" fell to fifth place, reeling in eight-point-one million dollars.

"the lion king" made eight-point-one-five million dollars, for fourth place and a domestic total of 511-million.

"i don't like running.

Don't die, don't die!"

The faith-based film "overcomer" overcame expectations and debuted in third place with eight- point-two million.

"this is sensual harassment."

"we'll tell everyone that you're a misogynist."

"i've never 'misogged' anyone!"

"good boys" dropped to second place, picking up 11-million dollars.

"drones!

They're drones!"

A strong start for "angel has fallen," which soared past forecasts, opening on top with 21- point-three million dollars.

In hollywood, i'm david daniel.

Jason thank you.

C1 3 is really on the lorraine jacke again on choosing with a high o 82 the dryer wins and is tanvi j baker jason 531 is accused of leaving six chil c1 3 at this intersection friday night, where a woman was fatally shot."

"the lexington fire and police departments are competing against each other but all for a good cause."

Good afternoon, i'm veronica jean seltzer..

Amber freeman is on vacation.

In our top story at 5:30... we now know a nicholasville woman shot friday night..

Leaving the fayette mall...has died.

The coroner pronounced 30- year-old laporscha stringer dead...yesterday.

Abc 36's christy bollinger reports police need help finding the person who killed her.

Police sirens police: "the community, they deserve an answer.

We also want an answer."

An answer, to what happened here, friday night, near the fayette mall.

"i would like to first reach out to the family and say i'm sorry for this incident."

The incident that took a life... police say someone shot laporscha stringer inside her car at the intersection of wilson downing and nicholasville road..

Car driving by "hate for something like this to happen to a family member of theirs.

To know that she's a friend and also a daughter."

I've learned from social media, stringer was also a mother..

Leaving behind three kids.

"as a police department these type of things affect us."

Christy: "lexington police say it was here at this intersection where stringer was trying to leave the mall.

They believe the suspect car was in front of stringer's car when it quickly did a u-turn here at the intersection and this is when police say, driving back into the mall, is when the suspect shot stringer."

"when somebody does something odd like that and kind of turns around against traffic.

Those are things that when you see that you know that's not right."

This is why police say they need your help.

"that's something that we need to know from people maybe they have a description of the driver."

"those are types of things that we don't want people to assume we already know."

Police believe after firing the shot... the suspect drove off towards dillards in a dark colored car.

Officers think stringer and the suspect knew each other.

"if you were in that area in dillards parking lot and you saw what direction that car went from dillards then we can actually piece together the direction then we may be able to pick up more surveillance as time goes on."

Reporting in lexington..

"we're gonna continue to work until we come up with an answer for the family."

Christy bollinger, abc 36 news.

The coroner says stringer was an organ donor so doctors kept her on life support to retrieve her organs to give to others.

Right now..

Parts of old frankfort pike in lexington are back open..

After a deadly accident this afternoon.

According to police...it happened around 2:15..on old frankfort pike near elkchester road.

The coroner says the driver..

79-year- old john haight, was killed..

After his car hit a tree.

Lanes are back open after a semi trailer fire overnight on i- 64 .

The fire closed parts of i-64 east near the clark county line around two this morning.

Lexington police say the driver pulled over...after smelling smoke that started in the trailer.

According to investigators... the driver was not hurt.

C1 3 a somerset woman is accused of abandoning six children at a c1 3 walmart in adair county.

According to columbia police... 34-year-old amanda jardinez left her two children and four other children at the walmart on friday.

Investigators say she told them to find a worker, so she could take care of a moneygram transfer.

But according to police..

She left the store without the children, and when they tried to follow her, she told them to go back inside.

Officers say the children ranged in age from 6 to 11 years old.

According to police say jardinez took off with a man named james holovich, and his 5- year-old daughter.

Authoriday say jardinez was arrested on saturday.

The serach continues for holovich.

A man is charged after a chase..

Near a rail-road crossing in laurel county.

Deputies say 27- year-old dakota mullins was arrestedd on friday.

According to the sheriff's office..

Mullins sped off... after they tried to pull him over for a traffic stop on highway 13-76 .

Deputies say he drove down litton town road... where a train was blocking the rail-road crossing.

According to investigators..

Mullins drove on the gravel lane that runs along-side the railroad tracks.

Deptuies say mullins tried to cross to the tracks, but lost control..

And crashed his pick-up truck..

Into a tunnel wall.

According to the sheriff's office..

..

He then jumped out of his truck..

And ran through the woods and a creek..

Deputies say they found mullins hiding behind a log.

But before they arrested him..

Investigators say he tried to wrestle away one of the deputy's guns.

Mullins is now facing a number of charges.

The lexington police and fire departments are competing in the second annual 'combat challenge.'

It's an obstacle course that puts competitors to the test physically and emotionally...with bragging rights on the line.

But the real winners are families within the departments.

Kaiser holland is four years old and his dad is a detective with the police department.

He was diagnosed with a rare form of epilepsy that impacts his development.

His mother says he takes medication everyday -and she's noticed he's progessing.

When the holland's learned the departments would be raising money for them - they say it was humbling.

"it'll make a huge difference in our life, we actually met our maximum out of pocket on his insurance in january of this year."

If you're interested in donating to the project or learning more about it, we have a link on our website...just click on the story at wtvq.com.

In your worldview..

The environmental disaster unfolding in brazil from the fires in the amazon... is becoming a full- fledged global political crisis.

G-7 leaders, including president trump, offering to help the impacted countries as quickly as possible.

Camila bernal has the latest.

--reporter pkg-as follows-- aerial images showing the planet's lungs in flames... the smoke so thick, that cameras struggle to capture the devastation.

Rosana villar/ greenpeace: "this is not just a forest that is burning, this is almost a cemetery.

Because all you can see is death.

A line of fire continuing to move and expand, in some areas-- but this weekend g7 leaders vowing to help contain the flames.

Emmanuel macron/ french president: "there was a true convergence that we all agreed to help as quickly as possible the countries that were affected by these fires."

Brazil's president, jair bolsonaro, announcing the deployment of more than 40-thousand troops to the amazon that will help fight the fires.

This - after repeated denials that the fires posed a threat to the most biodiverse ecoregion on the planet.

Nat pop but for some the president's actions are long over due.

Ngo's in the country blaming bolsonaro for scaling back on environmental regulations that have likely encouranged deforestation by loggers and ranchers jeff corwin/ wildlife biologist: "right now with the onslaught of climate change mixed with homesteading and mining and all of that contributing deforestation.

Brazil is on the verge of losing probably 60% of its remaining habitat with and under a decade" in manaus, brazil, i'm camila bernal reporting.

Coming up..

K-f-c without the chicken?

What could be on the way, for this popular fast food chain.

And also ahead..

Dancing in the wild?..

Experts trying to figure..

What's going on with this deer... caught on camera.

Culver's chicken sandwiches are proof that raised right tastes right.

I really care about the food we eat and that all starts here.

The chicken that we serve to our kids and that all starts here.

Is grown right here on our farm.

What does it mean to raise chickens the right way?

It's just a combination of things.

What does it mean to raise chickens the right way?

Just a low stress environment that they're in.

The highest quality feed makes a tender and tastier chicken.

This is chicken raised right.

Our grilled chicken, our crispy chicken and our spicy crispy chicken.

Our crispy chicken they are amazing.

Welcome to delicious!

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If you been out and about yes you know about meeting some raingea annually that the cv is will still have a chance for rain and will begin to diminish in coverage is been overall widespread a good soaking rain we need it rains been a little bit more scattered in nature th last few weeks were some folks got a lot of the folks of not doing much at all is that steadier white rain that we can needed and would had throughout the daytime hours it will begin to diminish as the evening progresses will share this through our timeouts is it is all moving to the east right no in areas to the west of i 75 is where you start to see a break in the steadier heavy rain.

Here's have you received 20 yellows like carlisle to just north of mount sterling norther montgomery county still seems like as a heavy rain around woodford in anderson county but you can see how resurfacing break the steady rain in downtown lexington and parts of fayette county as well to irving and clark county, madison county were now around richmond ek use campus you got a little break from the heavy rain human a got some white rain around and even if this slight steady rain moves out, you may still have more of a mystery drizzle but continues overnight south- central southeast kentucky stil seen the rain reducing again more breaks in the rain is for areas west of i 75 four years at middleburg over jamestown monticello, somerset, gloucester county stearns you break from the steady rent for three we picked up a really since past few days which most the rain developed from weight yesterday late sunday casey county over 1 inch as well as for dears of southern kentucky pickup what more there fayette county bluegrass reaches was in the rink with anywhere from about c1 3 inches alexa bluegrass airport picked up just a little over half an inch.

Lincoln county also got three quarters of an inch and just over half an inch for madison county is look at the bigger picture here with heather rain moving through formal system oh was cold front 20 w.

This cold front moved through tuesday night into wednesday morning and that will bring in into most of the rain c1 3 for that dryer returns the air niceville sphere by wednesday high city bit in the low to mid 70s so below average for temperatures, damages right now upper 60s to lower 70s tomorrow around 70 early mid 70s of the lunch hour lower 80s tomorrow afternoon so will but warmer as minutes choosier can we expect to see some breaks an the clock over o'clock to midnight.

You could to the rain moving out lease the bulk about the be done by tomorrow morning here we go again with more scattered rain upper 60s as the day goes on.

See some breaks of sunshine but overall the clouds still around with off-line showers and a few storms possible.

Highs 182 for choosing choosing even so possibly rent it willie begin t diminish more overnight shoes into wednesday morning site 67 scattergram which will continue overnight with diminish in c1 3 choosy more often on rain only to the high temperature a few storms possible not expect a lot with any severe weather but couple storms may have heavy rain possibly some gusty winds seven- day forecast 82 for your choose a could see if you showers for eastern kentucky girl he wins i will will will also more sunshine 800 and that dryer returns the your legally good thursday morning lows in the mid 50s are cool start, pleasant fo thursday ... mostly sunny 81 and were back in the mid-80s as we haven't your labor day weekend with a chance for a few icing showers and storms while the look at news look at all that meat.

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C1 3 products.

The company tweeted today..

That it's testing out "beyond fried chicken" in the atlanta area.

K-f-c will be selling nuggets and boneless wings made from the alternative product.

The fake meat craze is continuing to grow.

Mcdonald's, burger king, and "dunkin" all have plant based protein options.

Trending on the internet... a near impossible journey across the pacific ocean... and strange deer behavior... caught on camera.

Jeremy roth has the video..

In today's take a look at this!

--reporter pkg-as follows-- this man just became the first person to paddle from california to hawaii.

Spanish endurance athlete antonio de la rosa made the trip in 76 days.

He started in san francisco on his 24- foot, stand-up paddleboard on june 9th.

The vessel was equipped with supplies, gps navigation and solar panels for power... but no motor.

"no, no motor.... this is the motor" and if that doesn't sound like adventure enough -- during his journey, de la rosa was knocked off course by a nearby hurricane!

Still he managed to paddle into oahu on august 24th.

His ultimate goal was to raise awareness about protecting our oceans.

As for what's next, the sky's the limit for this fearless explorer.

"every day i wake up wondering ... i love this kind of life."

What is this deer doing?

That's what national park service officials would like to know.

They say they can't explain the peculiar behavior that was caught on a nature camera.

Experts often deploy remote cameras as a way to study animal behavior in the wild.

Video captured can provide motivation to pursue questions about unknown behavior.

As for this moment...according to an nps facebook post, their guess?

"a deer dance off."

Go home deer ... you're drunk.

For talat - i'm jeremy roth.

Now here's your abc 36 live traffic report.

Injury collision: injury collision: i-75n prior to winchester rd single vehicle off the roadway.

Outer loop man o war blvd between alumni dr and easthills dr three vehicles.

Right lane blocked.

Non-injury collision: inbound tates creek rd at bridlewood ln.

I-75n at 100 mm single vehicle.

I-64w at 85 mm.

Liberty rd between dallas ave and lagonda ave.

I-75s at 102 mm.

Old frankfort pike at alexandria dr. outbound todds rd past n cleveland rd single vehicle.

Medical incident.

C1 3 behold...and it looks like their head man isn't going anywhere.

Kentucky has signed head coach craig skinner to an extension through the 2023-2024 season.

He has taken the program from being virtually unknown to being a national contender.

Here's skinner on what that road has been like starting with his first day at the facility..

Coming up at 6 we talk u-k football also a little about the e-k-u colonels.

C1 3 that's all for now.

Stay with us, we'll be right back.

Check it out..

A gigantic python was c1 3 a python hunter trapped, this 17-foot 9-inch burmese python at the big cypress national preserve.

This is the second biggest snake ever caught by the fish and wildlife team.

Burmese pythons are an invasive species in and around the everglades.

Officials say the snakes continue to be a threat to native wildlife, so they pay catchers to keep the numbers down.

Tonight: scattered rain lingers, with a low of 67 degrees.

Jason thank you.

And... thank you so much for watching abc 36 at 5:30.

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C1 3 figure out who shot and killed a woman outside the fayette mall.

"the lexington fire and police departments are competing against each other but all for a good cause."

Good afternoon, i'm tom kenny... and i'm veronica jean seltzer..

We now know a nicholasville woman shot friday night..

Leaving the fayette mall...has died.

The coroner pronounced 30- year-old laporscha stringer dead...yesterday.

Abc 36's christy bollinger reports police need help finding the person who killed her.

Police sirens police: "the community, they deserve an answer.

We also want an answer."

An answer, to what happened here, friday night, near the fayette mall.

"i would like to first reach out to the family and say i'm sorry for this incident."

The incident that took a life... police say someone shot laporscha stringer inside her car at the intersection of wilson downing and nicholasville road..

Car driving by "hate for something like this to happen to a family member of theirs.

To know that she's a friend and also a daughter."

I've learned from social media, stringer was also a mother..

Leaving behind three kids.

"as a police department these type of things affect us."

Christy: "lexington police say it was here at this intersection where stringer was trying to leave the mall.

They believe the suspect car was in front of stringer's car when it quickly did a u-turn here at the intersection and this is when police say, driving back into the mall, is when the suspect shot stringer."

"when somebody does something odd like that and kind of turns around against traffic.

Those are things that when you see that you know that's not right."

This is why police say they need your help.

"that's something that we need to know from people maybe they have a description of the driver."

"those are types of things that we don't want people to assume we already know."

Police believe after firing the shot... the suspect drove off towards dillards in a dark colored car.

Officers think stringer and the suspect knew each other.

"if you were in that area in dillards parking lot and you saw what direction that car went from dillards then we can actually piece together the direction then we may be able to pick up more surveillance as time goes on."

Reporting in lexington..

"we're gonna continue to work until we come up with an answer for the family."

Christy bollinger, abc 36 news.

The coroner says stringer was an organ donor so doctors kept her on life support to retrieve her organs to give to others.

One person is dead following a crash this afternoon in lexington.

The accident happened on old frankfort pike near elkchester road.

According to the fayette county coroner's office... the car 79-year-old john haight was in struck a tree.

He was pronounced dead at the scene at around 3:20.

Police say there were no other cars involved.

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A three-time kentucky derby winning jockey was arrested for dui last night in southern indiana.

W-d-r-b reports calvin borel is accused of driving drunk in harrison county, indiana.

He won the derby in 2007, 09 and 2010.

Tonight: scattered rain lingers, with a low of 67 degrees.

Tuesday: scattered rain and a few storms will develop, with a high temperature of 82 degrees.

A steady breeze out of the south to southwest will continue around 5 to 15 mph.

Tuesday night: a cold front will move across the region, and continue to give us the chance for scattered rain and a few storms. overnight low temperatures will be around 65 degrees.

Wednesday: a few morning rain showers will be possible for eastern kentucky, with clearing skies for the entire commonwealth.

Wednesday high temperatures will be around 80 degrees.

Wednesday night: mostly clear skies and cool temperatures will develop, with a low of 56 degrees.

Thursday: mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies develop, with a high temperature of 81 degrees.

Thursday night: mostly clear skies and mild temperatures develop, with a low of 60 degrees.

Friday: mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies develop, with a chance for isolated rain shower or thunderstorm.

High temperatures will be around 84 degrees.

Labor day weekend: high temperatures will be in the mid to upper 80s, with an isolated rain shower possible each afternoon.

A somerset woman is accused of abandoning six children at an adair county walmart.

According to columbia police... 34-year-old amanda jardinez went to the walmart friday night with the children and told them to find an employee.

Police say she left the store after trying to get a wire transfer and... when some of the children tried to follow her..

She told them to go back inside.

The children ranged in age from 6 to 11 years old.

According to police... only two of the children were jardinez'.

Police say she then left with james holovich and his 5- year-old daughter.

Jardinez was located the next day in pulaski county and taken into custody.

Authorities are still looking for holovich.

Kentucky's senate president wants a wall between republicans and democrats... and it will cost you $12,000.

Robert stivers says he's authorized building a wall in the state capitol annex so that three republicans won't have to share office space with democrats.

Stivers says g-o-p members should have the ability to talk freely without being overheard.

The increase in the number of republicans elected recently has led to one office suite in the annex being shared by both parties.

Some democratic senators say the wall is divisive and a waste of money.... but others say they see no problem with it since republicans and democrats have traditionally had privacy.

The kentucky state supreme court says it won't review a decision involving an opioids lawsuit.... and that means the secret testimony from a former purdue pharma president will be made public.

The court record was sealed in 2015 as part of a $24 million settlement between purdue pharma and the state of kentucky.

A health news website sued to open the records... and the court of appeals agreed the records should be opened.

The lawsuit originated in pike county.... where the 17 million pages of documents were sent today.

Laurel county schools is mourning the loss of a high school teacher.

The district says darin ray reed....who taught at south laurel high school... died on saturday.

He was also one of the high school's fishing coaches.

South laurel's fishing team won the state bass fishing tournament this season.

A power outage in lexington caused traffic tie-ups and forced some schools to dismiss early today.

The power went out around clays mill road between stratford drive and cardinal lane for several hours.

According to kentucky utilities... a tree fell on a wire.

Some private schools in the area of the power outage dismissed early.

Crews completed repairs on the line around 3 this afternoon.

And now...competition for a cause.

The lexington police and fire departments are competing in the second annual 'combat challenge.'

It's an obstacle course that puts competitors to the test physically and emotionally...with bragging rights on the line.

But the real winners are families within the departments.

Abc 36's alexus larson shows you two examples.

Nat sound - running the stairs the endurance.

The sweat... the effort...it's all worth it... because officers and firefighters are doing this to raise money for two families in both the departments.

One of those is the holland family.

Kaiser is four years old and his dad is a detective with the lexington police department over a year ago, kaiser's parents noticed he wasn't progressing especially with his speech and months later he had a seizure.

In december, they took him to the hospital where he was diagnosed with a rare form of epilepsy.

"he has to miss out on a lot of things because he's tired .

The medication makes him very sleepy."

But that same medication makes his condition manageable...in fact...she says he is progessing - which wasn't a guarantee.

"the fact that he is speaking and potty training so quickly after diagnosis is really a miracle."

On the fire department side - it's raising money for tammy cole.

Her husband has been a firefighter for 25 years and her son recently joined department.

Last thanksgiving, cole was diagnosed with leukemia.

"chemo was tough."

She says during her treatments, the department helped her family with dinners and mowing the lawn - and when she found out firefighters are raising money for her... she was grateful.

"humbling.

It's very humbling."

With everything the department's done for cole - she decided to do something for the department....so, she's giving the money back to the firefighters so they can help other people.

"it just seems right to turn it back in to them because they need it more than i need it.

We take care of our own."

Taking care of each other is that simple for these two departments because they are one big family - and they say you always take care of your own.

In lexington, alexus larson, abc36 news.

If you're interested in donating to the project or learning more about it, we have a link on our website...just click on the story at wtvq.com.

It has finally arrived...game week for the kentucky wildcat football team.

The cats begin the season saturday at kroger field against the toledo rockets.

Kickoff is set for noon.

We could talk offensive keys as well as what the cats need to do on defense to keep the rockets out of the endzone, but at the end of the day...mark stoops knows early in the season, it all comes down to being aggressive.

A rainy start to the work week.... and we c1 3 can expect to see a few more showers.

Jason's in next to fill us in on that.

And a little later.... climate change, north korea and the ongoing trade war with china... among the many issues president trump was questioned on at the g-7 summit.

What he had to say about it all.

Weather reopen weathit's a lobster and crab celebration at captain d's.

Go ahead, pinch yourself.

See, you are awake.

And all this premium lobster and tasty crab is a reality.

It's a crackin' summer celebration when the captain is callin'.

Captain d's.

C1 3 tonight: scattered rain lingers, with a low of 67 degrees.

Tuesday: scattered rain and a few storms will develop, with a high temperature of 82 degrees.

A steady breeze out of the south to southwest will continue around 5 to 15 mph.

Tuesday night: a cold front will move across the region, and continue to give us the chance for scattered rain and a few storms. overnight low temperatures will be around 65 degrees.

Wednesday: a few morning rain showers will be possible for eastern kentucky, with clearing skies for the entire commonwealth.

Wednesday high temperatures will be around 80 degrees.

Wednesday night: mostly clear skies and cool temperatures will develop, with a low of 56 degrees.

Thursday: mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies develop, with a high temperature of 81 degrees.

Thursday night: mostly clear skies and mild temperatures develop, with a low of 60 degrees.

Friday: mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies develop, with a chance for isolated rain shower or thunderstorm.

High temperatures will be around 84 degrees.

Labor day weekend: high temperatures will be in the mid to upper 80s, with an isolated rain shower possible each afternoon.

C1 3 it's game week for the football cats.

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Beshear: i'm andy beshear.

My family means everything to me.

Three out of four of us have a pre-existing condition, my family means everything to me.

Just like many kentucky families.

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C1 3 around kroger field tailgating...it's finally time for football.

The cats taking on toledo...kick set for noon.

It'll be on s-e-c network for those watching at home.

Take how much you are excited for saturday and multiply that by a million and that's how excited the players likely are.

That's why mark stoops has been preaching to his players how to control that emotion.

C1 3 craig skinner took over the u-k volleyball program in 2004.

Ever since then he has turned them into a national contender that's why u-k athletics has inked skinner to an extension through 2023-24 he has coached the cats to 14-straight consecutive n-c-a-a tournaments.

Only nine other schools in the nation can say that.

That includes four sweet sixteens and back to back s-e-c titles in 2017 and 2018., all this leading to skinner also being named back to back s-e-c coach of the year.

C1 3 e-k-u football kick things off on thursday against valparaiso at roy c1 3 kidd stadium that kickoff set for 7 p-m.

The big question this offseason for the colonels...who will be under center?

The colonels didn't exactly set the world on fire through the air last season...they played multiple q-b's.

As a group they threw for only just over 16-hundred yards.

On monday, elder announced oregon state transfer conor blount is their guy for this year.

C1 3 from france following meetings with the world's top leaders at the g7 summit.

Today the president fielding many questions about climate change, north korea and his ongoing trade war with china.

Trevor ault has the latest in our nation view.

Wrapping up what he called a truly successful g7, today president trump touted the unity of the world's leaders- trump sot: we were accomplishing a lot, but i think more importantly we were getting along very well.

The president also addressing his ongoing international battles-insisting china has been deeply hurt by the tariffs he's instituted-and that their leaders want to make a deal.

Trump sot: i'm not sure they have a choice and i don't say that as a threat.

I don't think they have a choice.

Trump also defending what some have called a volatile style of rhetoric toward china, alternating between calling president xi a friend, and later, an enemy.

Trump sot: it's the way i negotiate.

It's done very well for me over the years and it's doing better for the country.

The ongoing trade war with china among several issues the president says should have been handled by his predecessors-also on that list-north korea's nuclear arsenal.

Trump sot: north korea should have been done a long time ago.

I'm doing it.

I'm doing a lot of things that i shouldn't have to be doing.

And after skipping the g7's meeting on climate change-the only one of the 7 world leaders to do so-the president fielding questions about the earth- saying he wants clean air and water, and even called himself an environmentalist- but not to the point he's willing to sacrifice america's wealth.

Trump sot: we can take care of people that we couldn't have taken care of in the past because of the great wealth.

We can't let that wealth be taken away.

Tag: next years g7 summit is here in the united states-and president trump has floated the idea of hosting it at his doral golf resort in miami, florida.

Critics have already accused him of trying to profit from the presidency-today he said "i don't care about making money".

Trevor ault abc news washington a last check of your forecast... next.

Eating panera for dinner just got even more dinner-y.

Because we've just made an all new menu specifically for -you guessed it- dinner.

With new dinner bowls.... new dinner flatbreads and even new dinner sides for dinner that's crafted and 100% clean.

So tonight, why not ha?

Panera.

Food as it should be.

C1 3 low of 67 degrees.

Tuesday: scattered rain and a few storms will develop, with a high temperature of 82 degrees.

A steady breeze out of the south to southwest will continue around 5 to 15 mph.

That's all the time we have world news tonight with david muir is next.

Have a good evening.




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