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>> police looking for someone they say robbed a bank with a gun. what he left behind that caused an added scare. plus. >> it's caught on camera. you are going to see the moment a child is pulled from the rubble flea markets ahelp poe and you'll -- in aleppo and you'll hear what they were south as it >> dana: welcome in. it is 5:00 on this wednesday and hillary clinton will be there this evening. >> kim: that's the smith center. the doors open at 5:30 this evening and we are going to have live team coverage all day long here on news 3. as we welcome you in on this wednesday morning, we're the wagners. kim and dana here. you're going to see donald trump
glow going. this is something we've never seen. very creative stuff. >> dana: we want to do traffic and weather together as we do every 10 minutes on the program. flashing lights early. right now we want to get the forecast from kelly curran. >> kelly: a nice day today. mostly sunny skies, winds not an issue for us. at 9:00 a.m. 74, 82 at noon we've got gusty winds on the way. i'm going to let you know when those will arrive and how long they are going to stick around coming up. >> tom: this is from the overnight hours. they still have work to do to clear it out of the way. it's in the south part of the valley. in the north you have lots of work in the overnight hours. every night they are bringing
that is for that flyover bridge. you see what it looks like. looks like they just opened it up to two lanes. checking travel times into the bowl looks good on the 95 and the 215 as well. >> kim: you showed us a moment ago something caught i can't believe what we're seeing with this. this is a carjacking 2. woman throws her keys out. the carjacker runs after them and she runs after him and tackles him. it's an unbelievable survival story. kendall is all over this story joining us live from the neighborhood where it went down. >> reporter: good morning. you can imagine the people who
this woman's driveway but she goes after him. take a look at the video because in it you can see the henderson woman coming home from work and that man armed with a gun pulls out the firearm and pins her in that car. the woman throwing her keys out the window. the attacker turns to get them and the woman does ton thinkable. she turns on him running r the attacker runs towards the car and the woman chasing him as he gets away with her car. you can only imagine a lot of people shocked and very worried , the people who live in this neighborhood. we did make our way around the neighborhood and you can only imagine the people are saying they are not taking any chances. >> my gun is out of the safe now and i've got it on me.
to think that someone can put a gun in your face and steal your car. >> reporter: henderson police are on the lookout not only for a suspect but he was armed. if you have any information henderson police ask you contact them immediately. >> dana: that is a scary situation. so too this one, a unlv after being left bloody and beaten at a popular park in henderson. this happened on friday. henderson police say unlv law professor was found lying injured on the ground and one of the people that found her noticed that another man was quickly leaving the area. after catching up with him vince convinced him to talk to police and give his side of what
walking away and rapidly so i followed him. i said it's all good, i don't know what happened but you should go back and tell the police what happened. and i said if you were involved you are going to make it worse if you run. he took that to heart i guess. >> dana: he was talking to this man michael mattingly. mattingly telling police he saw the law professor ground. after another witness intervened mattingly was arrested and charged with attacking her. he's going to be in court on monday. >> kim: police are looking for the person that pointed a weapon at a bank employee and set off the bomb investigation following. there is the guy captured on camera. this is near desert inn. he pointed the gun at the teller
brought out the local bomb squad. the bag was found not to be a threat. because the suspect is so covered up, the only definitive description we have is he stands 5'5" to 5'9". it was hard for the witnesses to tell. if you know anything about this crime. this is the u.s. bank near desert inn call crime >> dana: state senators in carson city passed a bill raising hotel room taxes in clark county to help pay for a new dome football stadium that could eventually bring the raiders to las vegas. the vote 16-5 in favor. they needed 14. they got two more than they needed. now it head over to the assembly where it's expected to be a
addleson doesn't pay for it all. others say it's going to help construction workers in our community. >> i wouldn't feel comfortable walking out and looking at a construction worker in the eye knowing i had a chance to get them back to work and i voted no. >> i stand in strong opposition of nearly $1 billion handouts to a multibillionaire. that sets a bad precedent. >> dana: they are gg they'll be back in the special session tomorrow. that is when the assembly will pick up this bill. they have 42 members in the assembly so they need 28 votes. they have to have 2/3 vote in favor because this is a tax increase. if the assembly votes in the affirmative it will go to the governor's desk for his signature. if that happens, we're going to start talking about the raiders
weigh in before that happens. stay with news 3 for continuing coverage of this week's special session. jeff is up in carson city all week. you can find the latest on our broadcast and on news3lv.com. >> kim: i'm going to call jeff to see if he's talked to any of the nfl owners. we talked to some movers and shakers in our community about this. if we go through all of this and the owners say they talked about it during sunday night football so stay tuned. hillary clinton is going to be in our community today. she's starting off the day in colorado but at 5:30 the doors open to welcome the people who want to hear her words in person. they can pack them in at the smith center. i don't know what the capacity is but in the several hundreds.
coverage of hillary clinton's visit to las vegas. >> dana: tomorrow morning hill i have expected to appear with vice president biden. not at the smith center but at a local union hall. live pictures out of north carolina where they are continuing to deal with the aftermath of hurricane matthew. much of that state is u rescue efforts continued in syria after several more airstrikes. see the moment that a young boy is pulled from the rubble in aleppo. what bystanders could be heard shouting during the rescue. >> kim: it's a video vault program. tom taking us back to the 90's on the strip where it looked like disneyland in some places.
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dark roller coaster ride out west. >> that is the mgm park. las vegas was trying to follow in the footsteps of walt disney. >> it's a main attraction for families. >> theming it was name of the game. a pirate show and the all egyptian luxor. >> had a contract spending six weeks on the nile river. >> want to make it look like the old one? >> the original sculpture was different in a way that was obvious to any visitor from egypt. >> no, we want generic and want him to look reeling, don't want
>> it knead cover of time magazine and family friendly seemed to be going great but there was a reality check. >> gambling is the thing that people come for. >> some attractions targeted adult males. >> the day of the family vacations may soon be over. casinos under construction are targeting gambling and high rollers. >> tom: luxor tried to down play the egyptian theme as much as they can. a panel discussion on family friendly las vegas is next tuesday at 6:00 at the museum. if you want to register we have a link on news3lv.com. >> dana: much of north carolina under water but the damage in haiti is much worse as matthew went through that country as a
up including in this town here. hundreds of people were nil haiti. this is the poorest country in the north american region. the world health organization announced yesterday it is sending a million vaccine doses to haiti to try to control an outbreak there. >> kim: we take you to the chicago area where officials are on scene as we speak investigating a home 20 miles southwest of chicago. fire officials say that two workers with the gas company were injured in this explosion. the extent of those injuries unknown this morning. nobody was at home at the time of this explosion thank goodness. the explosion still under investigation as we speak. >> dana: loved the video vault this morning.
>> tom: grand slam canyon is still there just under a different name. we have one accident northbound on i15. it happened just before midnight. taken a while to get this cleared up. still plenty of flashing lights. putting a slight squeeze on the travel lanes. elsewhere we'll check out travel times which look great on the 15, 95 wards the center of town. travel times looking good. here is really kelly. >> kelly: kelly. >> kelly: we saw a few clouds yesterday. this is a time lapse from yesterday. yesterday morning a lot of clouds as we look to the north. those clouds breaking up throughout the day. looking at mainly sunny skies in the afternoon with highs topping
yesterday morning we were in the 70's around this time. north las vegas at 60. nellis 60, mountains edge every, paradise 64. you are going to want a sweater heading out. layers is key. we have a few clouds to the north of us. high thin activity is about it. no precipitation expected in the area today. we have a couple of storm st those are going to bring pretty good changes and gusty winds for the weekend. today's high 87. mostly sunny conditions. overnight tonight getting cooler, 63 for that low. going to want a sweater tomorrow morning as well. here is a look at our seven-day forecast where we are expecting temperatures to stay pretty steady through the end of the week. those winds picking up friday into the weekend with lows in
by next week. >> kim: let's take you live to the floor of the nasdaq where jane king is standing by. just hours ago there was a new way to get to burbank like this from here in las vegas. >> yes. it is a new public charter service called jet sweep x. it's launching a sale on service between burbank and las vegas starting october 11. for a limited time they are at $50. they are known for providing comforts usually private jet travel. sounds nice. >> kim: fur going to try to grab mcdonalds before you hop on board, you are probably not going to run into a ronald mcdonald clown roaming the airport.
it comes after multiple reports of clown sightings around the country. some have been false but others have been real. these creepy clown sightings. mcdonalds not having ronald mcdonald at events because of the clown sightings. >> kim: have you had their hash browns? >> they are good. thumbs up. >> kim: thank you so much. we'll see you again tomorrow on the program. -t. >> dana: this is not good. this is the city of aleppo in syria. it is ground zero in the civil war between government forces and the rebels there. we had a glimmer of good news here as a boy was pulled from the rubble yesterday after
they are shouting god is great. at least eight people were killed in aleppo from those airstrikes. the opposition in intense aerial campaign since last month after the collapse of a ceasefire that barely lasted a week. >> kim: to texas, you are going to see dramatic footage of police finally arresting this guy. they tasered him. look where this is interstate. police from two counties involved in this one. one person arrested when this all started inside of a store. another person got out and started running. this is the president george bush turnpike where this happened. the driver gets out of the car and runs on to i30. the suspect races into traffic. narrowly missing cars in the
him. he is checked out by paramedics and from what we understand he is in good health but his life could have ended on that busy freeway. >> dana: you are going to have to call him sir roderick. he is a headliner on the strip. who is sir roderick? i think you are going to know him. >> kim: there is a mom who says her kid's middle school homework
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>> tom: that is not a heavily traveled portion of i15. nevertheless cars having to swing wide to get by this northbound accident. there are new restrictions. the eastbound 215 into the airport connector closed this friday evening thr m closure nightly through october 21. that has to go with that flyover bridge being built in the area. we have the traffic ahead forecast showing the inbound 515 getting a minute busier about two hours from now. right now let's check weather with kelly. >> kelly: temperatures are a
you won't need hit the afternoon. primm 55, boulder city warmer at 70. as we get into the afternoon highs are expected to top out in the mid and upper 80's today. we have gusty winds on the way. we're going to talk more about that in 10 minutes. >> dana: we take to you delaware, the homework assignment is called blue and black. this mom says it is racist. >> kim: it's a work sheet even we hads york times" that focuses on a family where sons are asking a mom why do we have to comply with officers if we are not doing anything wrong. there are police accused of racism. the mom complained to the school district. she's the wife of a police officer and says this article is lopsided. after complaining, they pulled the homework assignment. we want to hear from you.
they are doing a rip from the headlines homework assignment. sound off on our facebook page if you have an opinion on this one. >> dana: i love this story. this guy is 90 years old. you won't believe what they are handing him. >> kim: still to come, donald trump's new attack ad against hillary clinton. you will see it on the air waves because we're a battleground
>> isis on the rise, libya and north africa in chaos, hillary clinton failed every time. >> kim: donald trump released a new attack ad. you are seeing a portion of it. wait until you see what he's calling attention to. we have it headed your way. >> dana: campaign stop, hillary clinton herself will be here in las vegas hours from now. we're going to tell you where she will be sin plus -- >> kim: check look alike. check out your screen. there is a popular 80's actor, one of the voice performers
welcome in. it is 5:30 on this wednesday. it is one week from today the third and final presidential debate will be held in our fine city. >> kim: at the thomas and mack center on the campus of unlv. we're going to talk to kelly with the local forecast anyway moment. she talked about how she ewed her a.c. this week. changes in the forecast. >> dana: tom, you are one o to turn on the a.c. ever. you have to in july and august. i'm convinced you have not turned your on. >> tom: you can go six weeks in the fall without any a.c. or heat. that's our rule. the overall travel times look great. all freeways are moving up to speed.
showing all smiles. we'll take you down south. there is an accident northbound on i15. it's been there almost six hours and they are still working on the cleanup. flashing lights on the side of the road putting the squeeze on one lane but motorists are able to swing wide and get by. >> kelly: my a.c. is back on, not necessarily by choice. i'm one of those people who usually tough it out. i have aon she's not a fan of the heat. 82-degrees at noon. 87 at 3:00. that is our expected high for the day. about five above normal. cooler temperatures and gusty winds on the way. >> dana: happening today hillary clinton back in las vegas one week before the third and final debate. michelle joins us live from the smith center where hillary clinton is going to take the stage hours from now.
outside because when we pulled up this morning we saw that it looks like they are preparing for an outside venue. you can see through the trees here a big giant american flag as a backdrop there. this is the last big push to rally local voters ahead of the debate which will be held here next week at unlv. she'll be herself and former attorney general who is in a tight race to replace harry reid. clinton is expected to discuss the economy , the high stakes for the election and of course remind southern nevada that there is still time to register to vote. if you are interested in being here tonight, it is open to the public. starts at 5:30. we're not sure when she is going
sometime in that time she will be taking the stage here and stumping one last time before that big debate next week. >> kim: and her campaign has been emailing like crazy she's going to talk about tax cuts for middle class families, especially those with young children. something she'll probably talk about in person at
the smith center. thank you for that live report. let's talk about donald trump. he has a new ad out. we are aat he was calling attention to clinton's recent bout with pneumonia claiming she's not fit
it may be the first time you are seeing
this ad but you will be seeing it during the commercial breaks, that's for sure. as the candidates continue to duke it out, look what the voters are doing. they are having fun at trump's expense. this is a funny one. look at this likeness. unbelievable. as a lot of local viewers and national viewers are having fun with this, we want you in on the action. do your creation and # it trumpkin. we'll. >> dana: state senators in
raising hotel room taxes to pay for a new dome football stadium. many believe if they build it the oakland raiders will come here. they needed 14 votes to get it through the fat. they got 16, 16-5 in favor. while some lawmakers ask why addleson doesn't pay for it all, community. >> i wouldn't feel comfortable walking out of the chambers and looking at a construction worker in the eye knowing i had a chance to get them back to work and i voted no. >> i stand in strong opposition of nearly $1 billion handouts to a multibillionaire. that sets a bad precedent. >> dana: now it heads to the assembly but not today. they are taking today off.
tomorrow. there are 42 members in the assembly. they need 28 affirmative votes to get this through. because it is a tax increase they need a 2/3 vote. stay with news 3 for special coverage of the special session. >> kim: right now we take you live to north carolina where you are seeing the beaches. and this is the calm after the storm. lens there so they may be dealing with some weather there. rivers and streams continue to rise threat tongue overwhelm bridges and split some counties in two. some rivers not expected to crest until friday and they have quite a problem on their hands. still to come a lot of people are still being rescued because of hurricane matthew.
look at these dogs being rescued and what those folks are up against in north carolina and beyond. >> dana: a 90-year-old man being handed something most people get >> dana: a 90-year-old man being handed something most people get how tall are you? the size of our bank accounts?
no. it's measured by what we do for our children. the values we pass on. i've spent my life fighting for kids and families and it will be my mission to build a country where our children can rise as high as their dreams and hard work take them.
kim: he's an established hero and now finally has his high school diploma. >> george went toe fight in world war he thought because his son is vice principal at the school he was going to be there tootled pledge of allegiance. he was injured when he was stationed in france. he received an honorable discharge and purple heart. when he came home he joined the labor force instead of finishing school so getting that diploma was a huge deal for him.
>> tom: better late than never. on the roadways, we have this one accident that's been here for hours. elsewhere looks good. all freeways running in the green. with that in mind we'll send it to kelly for a look at weather. >> kelly: here is what you are seeing heading out the door. just a fewig for the kids heading out to school upper 60's on the way there. you want a sweater. on the way home t shirt weather. mostly sunny and 87. going to be a layers kind of day. >> dana: from now on you're going to have to call him sir roderick. who is sir roderick? you probably know. he plays on the las vegas strip.
authorities are hoping he can provide information about isis strategy and network and identify others who had a connection to the attack that killed 130 people. >> kim: british rock singer rod what we're looking at right now is a local live picture because he headlines at cesar's palace performing in the coliseum, the place they built for celine dion but people like rod stewart call it home as well. now able to call himself sir roderick david seethe. he has eight kids. he's going to keep performing.
when the award was announced earlier this year he said it was a monumental honor and added i thank her majesty and promise to wear it well. >> dana: sudden blackout in tokyo affecting 350,000 households. it disrupted traffic, trapped people in elevators. there was a fire at the power plant there. the relationship between the fire and blackout not clear appears they are related. many commuters stranded at train stations because tokyo railways were suspended because they didn't have pour. >> kim: speaking of stranded. this north carolina the first responders having to save the dogs because of hurricane matthew. a team of firefighters rescuing more than a dozen dogs. this is an animal shelter where the people took off but not all
one of the hardest hit areas when it comes to flooding. >> dana: don't they know the dog paddle. >> tom: you would think so. got a good looking flow of traffic here in the heart of the corridor. things will be changing. southbound on the 15 currently a 15 minute drive. couple of hours 7. coming in from craig we'll add a minute in a couple of hours they've almost got this one cleared up. right now traffic and weather together. let's check in with dana and kelly. >> dana: we saw the dogs being rescued but so too for humans as well. >> kelly: still dealing with very high water there. the governor says more than 2,000 people have been rescued
hit over the weekend. more than a million customers without power at one time. almost all have been restored. that is good news. now they are concerned about dams breaking because of this high water. that is something they are going to be watching. what a mess this cleanup is going to be. this is going to take months for this one to get cleaned up. look at the water at that bridge there in north c yesterday. we had a couple of light showers through the area. you can see the clouds getting dark there to get things started but then a whole lot of sunshine. just a few clouds over the mountains in the afternoon. a beautiful day. temperatures warmer too looking at upper 80's and low 90's yesterday. today it's going to be a little cooler. we're starting out a little
henderson you are coming in at 65. just a few high thin clouds today, not looking at any precipitation. we have a bigger storm system on the way for friday and into the weekend. here is what we're looking at for highs today. cooler than yesterday. pahrump 85, mesquite 88. lows tonight overton 62. low. 87 today. the gusty winds developing friday and saturday. a few clouds around those days. more sunshine over the weekend. cooler temperatures with highs in the low 80's by monday and tuesday. >> kim: still to come the battle rounds continued hours ago on this very channel during "the voice." and one of the judges said one
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>> worse thing i've ever heard. >> i'm not attracted to rick or michael. >> dana: rick is moving on. his name is michael sanchez. you can watch the next round of the battles on "the kim kardashian west is suing a media outlet for saying she's lying about being robbed at gunpoint in that apartment in paris. kardashian filed a lawsuit against the website for several articles which allege there was evidence that she staged the robbery. she says that is absolutely false. we know keeping one the
she's concerned about the amount of information she puts out there. >> kim: as far as taping. it's still airing. the series is ongoing. they stopped taping. >> dana: and the reruns are still -- >> kim: stop it. cover girl has its first cover boy. james charles cot met i can giant's first male ambassador. he's a makeup artist and boundary breaker. this teenager is known by many out there. he's a popular beauty blogger. he has nearly half a million followers on instagram, 500,000 and more than 70,000 subscribers on youtube. >> kim: we have a local pop story that's a water cooler story. in our 6:00 hour the man
>> dana: despite opposition, state senators in carson city passed a bill raising hotel room taxes to pay for a new football stadium. why some are saying this new tax will be good for more than getting a new football team here. >> kim: a unlv professor attacked while at a local park. how witnesses were able to get the guy fight. >> dana: good morning. welcome in on this wonderful wednesday. it is 6:00 on october 12. >> kim: closing in on election day. until be november 8 although donald trump misspoke the other day and said november 28. it happens to the best of us. hillary clinton will be in las vegas today and we have live