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Good Morning El Paso 09.12.16

Good Morning El Paso 09.12.16

happening today-- students in alpine head back to school following the shooting last week. the latest on the investigation. "hillary clinton cancelled he campaign events today after a health issue was revealed. i'm abc's lana zak in washington. that story coming up." plus--- how el pasoans honored the firefighters who rushed to help those in need on the 15th anniversary of sept 11th. a very good morning el paso, las cruces, and juarez. i'm stephanie valle. and i'm hillary floren. good morning, everyone. a slight increase in moisture will result in a few thunderstorms the next two days, the best chances over the mountains. today may be better for storms sex offender. 47-year-old david cardenas was last seen on friday at the half-way house in horizon. he's wanted for parole violation and failing to register as a sex offender. cardenas was convicted of raping a 12-year-old girl in georgia. if you have any information on his whereabouts -- call the sheriff's office at 915-538-2008. happening today--- students in alpine will be returning to school. school was cancelled friday after a deadly shooting thursday. sheriff's deputies say a freshman girl pulled a gun on a female classmate -- then turned the gun on herself. she was found dead inside a school bathroom. the other student was hospitalized. police are still looking for a motive -- and say the shooter didn't even know the girl she shot. el pasoans rember 9-11. the el paso fire department held a memorial yesterday--unveiling a sculpture honoring new york firefighters - who responded on september 11th. joing them was a new york firefighter who fought to rescue survivors. ""look at the sky right here this is the sky we saw above the burning towers. the plume of smoke could be seen from 40 miles away" "tha morning i was doing my usual chores, i was getting ready to do some work around the house and i got a call from my son in high school and he said "dad a plane ha just hit the world trade center" retired new york fire department deputy chief austin horan ran out of his home, hurrying to get into the city. he described being able to see the smoke from the twin towers miles outside of the city. he described the scene at ground zero after finally arriving to help. / ""there were still burning fir they had abandoned. we were checking elevators that were stuck between floors, breaching walls so we could get into them, all so we could get everybody out for search purposes" here's a look at the new memorial that was unveiled yesterday at the ceremony... the sculpture is called "rising stronger," and it wa made by artist julio sanchez de alba. the statue is at station 18 located on the 79-hundred block san jose road, in the lower valley / hillary clinton was suffering from pneumonia when she quickly departed a september 11th memorial ceremony on sunday, according to her doctor. the incident comes as rival donald trump has attempted to call clinton's health into question. abc's lana zak is following the latest from washington it's your voice, your vote. / .pkg this video is igniting calls for the presidential candidates to release more comprehensive health records.. as you can see here, hillary clinton appears to stumble... her secret service detail lifting her up and into her van. just before, clinton had been attending the 9/11 memorial ceremony at ground zero nats sot rep joseph crowley new york we were standing for about an hour and a half..very stifling heat. it was very very hot, that's when her campaign says clinton became "overheated an dehydrated" she was taken to he daughter's apartment in manhattan--a few hours later she emerged. mrs. clinton how are you feeling?? great! i'm feeling great. in a statement, clinton's personal doctor said she was diagnosed with pnemonia on friday. "she was put on antibiotics and advised to rest and modify her schedule." sot d richard besser / abc news chief health and medical editor: "there are many different types of pneumonia, some serious some mild some contagious. not clear what type she has but clearly it hasn't been serious enough to keep her off the campaign trail." bu there have been questions--a coughing fit in ohio last week nats and a concussion following a fainting spell in 2012 making clinton's "stamina" the subject of donald trump's attacks. sot donald trump / presidential nominee 01/05/16: she doesn't have the strenght of the stamina. the latest abc news/washington post polls show trump gaining support among likley voters--now neck and neck in key states -- clinton at 46- percent with 41-percent for trump tag: with only 2 months remaing --questions about health are now at the forefront of this campaign --trump has called for more detailed health records to be released, though he himself has only presented a very short doctor's note. trump says he will release detailed records if clinton does. lz, abcn, w las cruces and el paso are just about 45 miles away from each other. but there is one big difference in the eyes of filmmakers: tax incentives. good morning el paso's denise olivas is live ... denise? that was the topic of last night's abc-7 xtra. we spoke to the makers of "river" -- a new movie that takes place in the borderland. the actors, writers and director are all local. while some of the movie was shot in el paso, the majority of it was filmed in new mexico. the reason... the state's 25 percent tax incentive for filmmakers. last year, texas cut its film incentive program by two- thirds. the director of river, matthew valdovinos, lives in el paso.. and hopes texas can mirror new mexico's effort to attract hollywood to the borderland. he's says the talent is here: matthew valdovinos -- film director "it's so important because there's so much culture here. there's so many great stories to tell in el paso. there's so many great writers. i meet writers all the time. they have great stories to tell and it's so sad that we bring in the writers from los angeles, or new york and we have them here." the makers of river are now hoping for a distribution deal that could take the borderland project worldwide. 6-07... weather and traffic on the 7s... ...abc-7 traffic track ... now it's time to take a look at the tx-dot traffic cams... keep it here for more to come on gmep-- north korea has once again conducted a nuclear test over the weekend. why this one may have some southeastern asian countries on edge. plus--- passengers are forced to evacuate an airport after a bomb scare over the weekend... 1 and this is abc-7, where news comes first! north korea claims


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