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>> krystal: starting with breaking news. a north las vegas middle school on lockdown has been given the all clear. >> michelle: this is bridger middle school. it was placed under lockdown about an hour or two ago after reports of shots fired in that area. this was a hard lockdown. news 3's nathan o'neal joins us live. the lockdown has been lifted but a hard lockdown means something very serious is going on in the area. >> reporter: boy, or at least the area. like you said, here at bridger middle school, that lockdown was lifted about 15 minutes ago. you can see a lot of concerned parents up here near the office. they're going check on their kids, make sure they're okay. possibly even pull them from class. this all started when a student reported that he heard or thought he heard shots fired in the area. now north las vegas police tell us those claims were unsubstantiated. they sent out police officers to patrol the area, check it out.
neighborhood. just looking for shell casings or any sign of a shooting. they did not find any and do not believe the claims of a shooting stand up. the school was put on hard lockdown for about an hour. that means nobody going in or out of the school. as officers look to clear the scene. but this is all coming off the heel of some pretty tense moments last week at this very school where a lot of parents and students were on edge because of unsubstantiated claims there were some clowns in the area posting threats on social media. there are rumors that may be connected to this. but police say this is not the case. there were never any clowns on campus. luckily, everyone is safe. they've made the all clear. but parents still wondering what's going on with all the posts on social media. for now school is back open and
day trying to get through this best as they can. i'm nathan o'neal, news 3. >> krystal: obviously parents breathing a sigh of relief. more breaking news. >> michelle: it's kick off time for nevada's special session. will there be a stadium in las vegas? that's the big question. governor brian sandoval officially taking another step forward today by calling nevada lawmakers the carson city to deliberate with a special session. we're told it's going start monday morning at 8:00 a.m. we will have full coverage of nevada's special session beginning sunday night. we are preparing to send a crew up there and we'll have live reports from carson city. >> krystal: okay. now we are talking politics on the national scale. republican presidential candidate donald trump back in town today. in fact at the top of the show we showed you live images from the henderson pavilion. >> michelle: which is where we are waiting for donald trump to take the stage there. he is expected to speak to a
if you were watching our newscast earlier this morning during the "today show" cut ins you might have notice weed were showing you very long lines forming outside of the pavilion. there were a lot of people waiting to get inside. you can see they have all now entered the pavilion and now we're waiting for donald trump. so the second this happens, of course we have a crew out there, we also have live pictures. we'll take you there live. we'll listen in to see what donald trump has to say reporting today, or, i should y, here in nevada of henderson. the second showdown between hillary clinton and donald trump less than a week away from now. we invite you to join us next monday for a full breakdown of that debate. the debate is happening on sunday then on monday analysis and reaction from a panel of experts. that will be happening at 4:00 on monday. it will be streaming on our website news3lv.com. >> krystal: trump's visit coming after the vice
times. for 90 minutes it was kaine versus pence sparring back and forth. mike pence on the republican side brought in to calm the base and the growing karnz round trump's swirling controversies. tim kaine on the other side. hillary clinton's running mate. pence intends to defend the man at the top of the gop ticket. they talked about the economy, russia, police shootings, abortion. really a wide range of but they also seem to be ib cluesing the other campaign at insults at times talking over each other. >> people at home cannot understand either one of you when you speak over each other. >> just trying to keep one the insult driven campaign on the other side of the stage. >> krystal: so a lot of back and forths. actually turned out to be maybe a little more interesting than people might have anticipated. and we're gearing up for the big
up as well. that's at washington university in st. louis on sunday night. so this is round two of the debate between the people at the top of the ticket and we'll have analysis on that monday at 4:00 p.m. courtesy of our political analyst at the sinclair broadcast group. >> michelle: this brings us to our question of the day. will the vice presidential debate that you watched last night have any impact on the way you vote? we really want to know what you think. head over to news3lv.com and icon. now to local news. the man accused of shooting and killing his own grandmother we have learned now identified. so this is what was going on yesterday. he kept police busy for hours during a standoff before finally surrendering to police. >> krystal: kyndell nunley, she's been on top of the story, is live outside the clark county detention center. kyndell we are learning more about this man including his name and who he is.
currently here at the county jail behind bars. he faces charges connected to the murder of his grandmother and will be in court tomorrow. just two hours ago police released his booking photo and he is accused of following his grandmother out of their home near lake mead and rampart where police say he beat her in the street then shot and killed her. neighbors watched it unfold. some tried to save her by giving her cpr but he was pronounced dead -- she was pronounced dead in the street inside the home. police say francis refused to leave the backyard. nearby homes had to be evacuated. after three hours he finally surrendered. >> right now we have a suspect in custody and a family member he has shot and killed. the motivation or the how this interaction happened, i don't have that answer.
>> kyndell: this marks the 128th homicide investigated by metro to mark -- [ lost audio ] . >> michelle: all right we lost our connection to kyndell. that's the latest that that story. let's get you up to date with another one. the man accused of driving drunk and killing a motorcyclist in a violent crash, he stood before a judge today for the first time. in his initial hearing, bail 29-year-old felipe was set at $100,000. if he makes the bail he will be placed under house arrest through an alcohol location monitoring program. 43-year-old julio salazar was riding his harley davidson. he was in the southbound lanes of the i-15 right near russell road when he was involved in this crash and ultimately lost his life. salazar was pronounced dead at umc. >> krystal: a major closure on the spaghetti bowl. that we want to tell you about.
close temporarily set to reopen at 6:00 a.m. if you are heading northbound on the 15 you will need to detour to u.s. 95 southbound exit at las vegas boulevard then turn left to re-enter the u.s. 95 northbound. so a little closure. well a little more than a little closure. but we wanted to make you aware of that. >> michelle: this one is only one night but that's a big ramp. and because there's two stoplights when you are exiting off las vegas boule suspect there's going to be a big back-up of people because of those stoplights. >> krystal: so avoid it if you can. >> michelle: powerful hurricane matthew passing through the sparsely located -- populated islands of the southern bahamas earlier today after it already hit southwest haiti hard. >> krystal: my goodness. >> michelle: forecasters say the storm is on track to roll directly over [ inaudible ] before nearing the florida coast. they're very concerned in florida right now.
and they're vac waiting homes ahead of the big storm. look at that! doesn't that kind of look apocalyptic to you? this is south carolina. so you've got all the traffic going in one direction as people are fleeing the city. not one car coming in to the city. so that just kind of gives you an idea how serious this storm is as people try to scramble and get out ahead of that storm. and we've been talking to kelly about this. trending yesterday. i want you to look closely at it. because a lot of people say that this is a very creepy picture which appears to be almost like a skull. a face of a skull that was caught by the weather channel. and that is hurricane matthew. >> krystal: it is a hurricane three right now. >> michelle: category 3. >> krystal: excuse me. category 3. the highest is a cat five.
weekend was a five. then downgraded to a four as it hit haiti. that picture is -- it's just a little unsixers ofing. -- nerving. a lot of people saying it's depicting how many people feel about this. like a mon store. >> krystal: even though it does look scary to see all the cars moving out that's a good sign because people are heeding the warning. >> kelly: that's what we want to see. nobody heading in. everybody heading out. everybody heading for higher this is hurricane matthew. right now latest update puts it at sustained winds, not gusts, sustained winds of 120 miles an hour. that makes it still a category 3. that is still a major hurricane. the bad news is here that it's actually expected to strengthen. so check out this graphic i have built here. here it is. category 3. south end of the bahamas. it's going to strengthen as it moves northwestward to a category 4. there it is off the coast of miami. expected to be a category 4.
evening. by friday morning it's moving up to the central part of the state then hooks north and east. still as it's off the coast of georgia a category 4. then turning more and starting to move back out to sea. but this is what we call a cone of error here. really what we're expecting is for the hurricane to be somewhere within this cone during this timeframe. if it stays right along the red line it will hug the edge of the coastline. a little bit to the left and it and it stays out to sea. here at home, much quieter conditions for us looking at sunny skies. 83 degrees. we'll get more into the local forecast coming up. >> michelle: we're focusing on breast cancer awareness. and the importance of self-breast exams. something that every single one of us can do at home. you know, men get breast cancer as well. a lot of people don't know that. these are some things you can do at home.
>> krystal: and then if you want to throw the best halloween party on the block we have you covered with the help of conference direct and hello las vegas. we've seen them set up the display outside of this studio. it is incredible. we have tips for you. you don't want to miss it. that coming up at 12:30. we have a lot more to come on the other side the break. taking a live look at the henderson pavilion. >> michelle: so you can see the crowds have gathered. we are waiting for donald trump to take the southern nevada in henderson today. we have sky 3 flying overhead. we have a crew on the ground. as soon as he takes that stage, we're going to bring it to you live.
i'm one of the lucky ones. i had breast cancer, but they caught it in time. there are many women who depend on planned parenthood for that kind of screening and care. so i'll never understand politicians like congressman heck, who tried to defund planned parenthood. he was even willing to shut down the government over it. heck was opposed to roe v. wade and tried to criminalize abortion. that's just shameful,
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pavilion speaking here in our town of southern nevada. ? [music] ? >> michelle: he is doing all his welcoming in there. we've been looking at pictures of sky 3 overhead to give us an idea how many people were there. this morning tom was flying over sky 3 when people were lining up. the lines were very, very long. >> krystal: craig fiegener has been on the scene all morning saying people lined up as early as midnight. there donald trump. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. wow! this is great. [ cheers and applause ] thank you very much, ladies and gentlemen. thank you very much. i hope everybody way up on the hill, can you hear me up there? can you hear me? we have crowds like this all over our great country. it's a movement like nobody's
and on november 8th we must get out to complete the movement and then the work begins okay. [ cheers and applause ] thank you everybody very much. it's great to be here in the city of henderson. i know henderson very well. a lot of friends. [ cheers and applause ] in our fabulous state that we all love. this is a special state. i certainly spent a lot of money on this state. a very successful hotel, trump international. it's been great. [ cheers and applause ] really great. so i want to thank everybody. in 34 days we're going to win this state, and we're going to win back the white house. [ cheers and applause ] so how many of you watched the vice presidential debate last
mike pence did an incredible job. i'm getting a lot of credit because that's really my first so-called choice. that was my first hire as we would say in las vegas. and i'll tell you he is a good one. he was phenomenal. he was cool. he was smart. he was, i mean, just take a look at him. he was meant to be doing what he's doing. and we are very, very proud of governor mike pence. [ cheers and applause ] thank you, mike pence. [ cheers and applause ] i'd argue that mike had the single most decisive victory in the history of vice presidential debates. i believe that. [ cheers and applause ] last night america also got to look first-hand at my judgment. that was judgment. you know you need judgment for people, for deals. we don't do deals like the iran deal. we don't do deals like that
$1.7 million in cash. and we're in las vegas. when you hear 1.7 million i think the whole stage would be filled up to the roof. whoever heard of things like what's going on? unbelievable. mike laid out big and bold solutions for america. his opponent talked only of small and petty distractions. hillary clinton for 30 years, and hasn't fixed anything. she goes around, we'll do this, we'll do that, we'll do this. all these things are wonderful. the problem is, why didn't she do them? in fact, she's just made things worse. she failed in upstate new york as a senator. promising to create in order to get elected 200,000 jobs. but manufacturing is down more
just the opposite. she failed overseas producing only death and destruction. she unleashed isis, destabilized iraq, syria, libya, and put iran on to the path -- >> michelle: all right. donald trump speaking right now in henderson, holding a rally at the henderson pavilion. he just took the stage. people have been lined up since midnight to see him speak today. we do have a these live pictures and we'll continue to dip in. right now let's get to weather. although the weather is really great here, there's a lot going on on the east coast and it's not good news. >> kelly: it's definitely rough to watch. i think everyone is bracing themselves for the worst. it's great to see so many people taking precautions they need to do. getting out of dodge for one. but also boarding up houses. they've got the warning. they're heeding the warnings and
beautiful sunshine all morning long. temperatures though pretty chilly. those people standing in line for the trump rally i'm sure they have nice warm coats, maybe even hats. it got down to the mid and low fifties this morning. here is what we're looking at. 79 degrees at southeast career and technical academy camera. winds out of the east at two miles an hour. other temperatures. the lakes 76. green valley coming in at 78. sunrise also 78. highs today expected to make it into the lowo its way north. as it does it will knock the temperatures down a couple of degrees for tomorrow but, other than that, that's the only impact. we're still expecting sunny skies. that's what we're looking at today. highs 83. winds north two to seven miles an hour. tonight clear skies, 59 for the low. our 7-day forecast? more sunshine tomorrow and 81. there's a little dip in the temperatures. into the upper 80s by sunday. columbus day monday, a lot of people have the day off.
that forecast. >> krystal: before you head out the door we want to see what you look like. well you are probably already out the door at work at this point and time. we want to see your work outfits. hashtag #news 3 work outfit. send it to us and let us know what you are wearing today as you hit the office. >> michelle: we're continuing to follow this trump rally that is happening in henderson. we will have more on the other side of the break. stayay w as a marine combat veteran, i understand the sacrifices our military makes. our benefits are earned, and we rely on them. politicians like joe heck should understand that. narrator: joe heck voted to shut down the federal government, risking critical services for nevada veterans. and during that shutdown, heck continued cashing his congressional paycheck. his military record deserves respect.
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>> michelle: before you head out of the door, we want to see what you got going in the fashion department
today as you are g maybe you have gone to work or maybe are getting ready to go to work or whatever you are doing today we want to see your outfit. the hashtag #today is news 3 work outfit. there's kelly. >> krystal: there she is. [ laughter ] there's jeff in his pink tie. real men wear pink raising awareness for breast cancer awareness. and i posed a question for you. i put a couple of dresses out there and i said should i wear purple or red. hey kim and dana.
>> michelle: next on "news 3 live at 12:30", a night under the stars. just one project has planned for its next fundraiser. break out the black ties and masquerade gowns to help races funds. and police make an elevator ride one to remember. we'll explain. i'm one of the lucky ones. i had breast cancer, but they caught it in time. there are many women who depend on planned parenthood so i'll never understand politicians like congressman heck, who tried to defund planned parenthood. he was even willing to shut down the government over it. heck was opposed to roe v. wade and tried to criminalize abortion. that's just shameful, it's just wrong, it doesn't help anybody. congressman heck does not share my values.
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proud to stand for our country. i will not stand for congressman hardy and donald trump insulting seniors and veterans. age and said seniors who rely on programs like social security are a draw on government and the disabled are a drain on society. and then there's donald trump. they're just not for us.
how you can get involved and help with this big upcoming fundraiser. we have some fun guests in studio. >> michelle: halloween party planning. we have locals decorating experts here to show us how to throw the best bash on the block. kind of think outside the box when it comes to traditional halloween decorations. you can make stuff like that. i don't think i could ever make that. but they say it's not that hard. we'll have all that and more coming up right now. right now. >> michelle: good afternoon everybody. republican presidential candidate donald trump is in town as we speak talking right now in henderson. >> krystal: at the henderson pavilion. take a listen. >> people out there busting it, sometimes 60 hours a week, and wind up with their premiums doubled and their coverage cut in half. this is bill clinton.