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>> jim: a day off in carson city as lawmakers take a break to observe yom kippur. but an official day off doesn't mean the fine art of persuasion isn't underway. we're talking politics after all. jeff gillan at t watching what's happening. >> reporter: good evening from the capitol. after the past two days everybody needed this day to regroup. last night the senate passed that bill to expand the convention center and to build an nfl stadium in las vegas. it now moves to the state assembly. it is a beautiful october day. not much happening except one of the state's most high powered lobbyists coming out of an assembly democrats office. >> the message really is about what the facts, the facts of
both good construction jobs and permanent jobs. >> reporter: that is the sales pitch that won the day last night in the senate. 16-five in favor of raising the room tax for a bigger, better convention center. and $750 million in public money for a stadium the raiders want to call home. the raiders will pony up $500 million. but it's billionaire shelleden adelson's baby. he'll pitch in $650 million. critics call the tax hike a giveaway. >> my goal is t tomorrow. >> reporter: to do that paul anderson will have to work fast. first, pass a bill allowing clark county to raise the sales tax for more police. then pass the stadium bill sb-one. the most controversial thing up here. >> i think we look at it as a public/private partnership where, you know, we raise a certain amount and there's another billion plus dollars being contributed to a public project. >> reporter: 28 of the 42 members have to say yes. speaker john is optimistic.
flight from saturday to frifd. >> my favorite two words up here. sun adie. it's latin and they say that when they adjourn. in english there's another phase. we'll see. >> reed: keep it here for continuing coverage. jeff will be there all week or until there's a final decision. when we are not on air you can follow his coverage on our website and our social media pages. >> jim: the head of scandal over a fake bank and credit card account. ceo john stumpf faced congressional hearing as after it was discovered his employees opened millions of accounts without customers authorizations. more than 5,000 employees were fired. the bank was fined $185 million. chief operating officer tim sloan will take over now as ceo. >> reed: a plane crashed tuesday in hartford, connecticut was intentional. that's according to the ntsb who is investigating.
pilot. the student died and now investigators believe there was some sort of a struggle and argument over the controls before the crash. officials say the plane went down in a heavily populated area. you can see the flames and this is the aftermath. there were no casualties on the ground. they're surprised by that. >> it is a very active area. sidewalks were full. businesses were full. a heavy amount of traffic. the fact that there weren't more casualties as a result of this is dent is frankly. >> reed: the fbi is on the scene and working with state police as well as the ntsb and the faa. >> jim: charges have been fieltd against a man accused of murdering two police officers in palm springs. john hernandez felix is charged with two counts of first-degree murder for starters. prosecutors say he'll also face three counts of attempted murder. officers jose vega and lesley zerebny were answering a domestic violence call when they were ambushed, shot and killed.
door of his home as they walked up. officer vega was a veteran training officer just about to retire. and zerebny had just returned to duty after having a baby. a memorial service for the officers is planned for next tuesday. >> reed: if you have bun of those galaxy note 7 phones and it needs to be returned samsung is sending out thermally insulated kits. the kits come with a static shield bag for the phone then it goes into a small box. that goes into a bge with fiber paper to keep it in extreme heat. the kit also comes with safety gloves and assembly instructions. samsung has stopped production of the phone after some have been catching fire. >> jim: you have heard of stolen cars. how about a stolen house? this one is pretty small. 13 feet tall by 33 feet long. thankfully someone spotted melinda's home about a mile away. she's been working on it for
years, $40,000 to get to this point. >> reed: we understand it wasn't ready for her to move in just yet and she is glad she got it back because she didn't have insurance for it yet. we'll tweet out a picture of that as well. >> jim: it's one of the top shows on the las vegas strip. >> reed: guess what? a deal for you. you can see it for free. big news for anybody who loves the beatles -- beetle when we come back. >> jim: plus media day for mountain west basketball team. and with all the talk of a raiders stadium deal who won a super bowl with the team for his thoughts on the potential move. that's all coming up in sports. also live image down at the smith center. a live marching band and the message vote early. they're hoping you vote for hillary. hillary clinton is expected to take the stake at the smith center shortly. we'll continue to monitor the rally and bring you there live
two billionaires, spending millions to buy a senate seat for joe heck. smearing catherine cortez masto with ads called "bogus," "highly misleading," and "false." as attorney general, it's cortez masto and helped nevada homeowners. and governor sandoval praised cortez masto's dedication to fighting sex trafficking. don't let joe heck's billionaires fool you. catherine cortez masto has always stood up for us. i'm catherine cortez masto
sadly, more water is expected to rise. diane gallagher shows you the growing concern in that area. >> i thought i was going to die. >> reporter: and as the water in north carolina rises, threatening even more communities, rivers reaching historic levels, the governor is issuing a sober warning. >> stay away from the water. whether you are walking or riding in a car. do not get near the water it will kill you. >> reporter: the majority of u.s. deaths related to hurricane matthew have been carolina. 19 people so far killed there. nearly all of those due to drowning in the subsequent floods. more flooding in even more areas expected. >> i cannot emphasize more. there are a lot of people hurting. >> reporter: thousands have already been evacuated. their communities completely underwater. in robson county where a third of the population lives below the poverty like, homes and businesses -- poverty line,
>> people with little of nothing this flood took it all. but we're here. we're safe. we're just thankful for that. >> reporter: as swift moving water sweeps over interstates and roads, dramatic rescue tales are emerging from the eastern part of the state. >> i started to scream all the way back on to the highway for people to see us. they started swimming on to 95. and i passed all my kids out the window one by one. >> reporter: 31 of north carolina's 100 counties are under and it's not over. >> this hurricane continues in north carolina. the record crest will not be until saturday. >> reporter: diane gallagher, news 3. >> jim: more than 3,000 toyota prius cars being recalled because of a potentially deadly brake issue. the global recall covers the 2016 and 2017 models. toyota says there's a possibility the parking brake can stop working and the car could roll away. if you have a model that is part
starting next month. >> reed: listen up. if you ever wanted to see a cirque show but haven't had the chance or cash we've got a great opportunity to share with you. the beetles love show is opening up some of their rehearsals for free. beginning this friday you can see a rehearsal of the famous cirque de soleil show. the open rehearsals are fridays from 415 to 4:45 p.m. and sunday from three to 3:30 p.m. guests will also be given a deal to buy tickets to a show too. >> jim: i love love. going to see o this >> reed: they're all beautiful. i love la reve. we're lucky to live here. >> jim: let's look at what's coming up tonight on "news 3 live at seven." >> reed: a wild surprise for a family when they come home to find a mountain lion in their kitchen. look at my teeth. that's what he is saying. how the big cat made itself right at home and didn't want to get out. >> jim: didn't look very happy at all.
highway patrol. those stories and a look at hillary clinton's rally here in las vegas. we expect it to start sometime after seven. that's all coming up on "news 3 live at seven." >> reed: news 3 is your weather authority. we've been peeking live over at the smith center, jerry brown. we're seeing all of our local musicians and high school band members out there. didn't look too windy. >> no winds tonight or tomorrow. friday they arrive. they will arrive on schedule. so if you have plans outdoors this weekend, winds. let's go to it and take a look at our day in motion from the far northeast valley, hollywood and washington. we start off with blue skies. they get creamy white. then the clouds thick be a bit. a nice sunset. on the strip, 82 with the north wind calm at 16 percent the relative humidity. over at craig and allen up in north las vegas bruner elementary is 82. winds are calm.
15 percent the relative humidity in henderson. stephanie and warm springs about midway between green valley high school and the galleria mall. 83 degrees and 20 percent. 83 nellis. 81 green valley. 82 spring valley. summerlin in at 79. mountain's edge in at 80. let's take a look now at some satellite doppler composites. and you can see we do have some clouds to talk about here. they drifted in from calor couple more hours. then we're talking about mainly clear skies tonight. you can see up to the north heavier precipitation and there's a deep low moving out of the gulf alaska. that is really going to hammer the northwest coast. look right there. you can see the rain just starting to move in. there could be some flooding problems in parts of oregon and washington. meanwhile pretty good frontal system from the great fliekz the
in our earlier segment. category 3 storm. probably going to impact bermuda tomorrow. mercifully it is dry in the carolinas where the matthew rescue efforts are continuing. overnight lows. nippy tonight. especially outlying areas. pahrump 39. 39 also up on the mountain. no surprise there. elsewhere low 60s. there will be fifties around as well. especially outlying areas of the valley. highs tomorrow. really just a carbon copy of today. we're not 61 for an overnight low. but there will be upper 50s to maybe 63 downtown. and 88 tomorrow. warm and dry. pretty much a carbon copy of today. 7:00 a.m., 63. 82 at noon. and 5:00 p.m. we're talking about 87 degrees. and let's check out our 7-day forecast. you can see the winds coming in on friday afternoon. but they blow us from the upper 80s close to 90 degrees down to
which means we'll be in the 70s much of the day. i think that's a pretty good tradeoff. note those overnight lows starting to come down. 59, 60. you can open up your windows. you don't have to turn your heat on. a fire, the hot pool. >> jim: we're in that sweet spot where you don't need the a.c. or the heat. randy is here with sports. it's hard to believe with all of the football talk lately the college basketball season begins in a few weeks. we know it. 20 days away from the first rubin rebel -- runnin' rebels game. the mountain west held their annual media day for basketball. all the team's coaches were on hand along with a few of their star players talking about the upcoming season. the conference also announced it's preseason predictions and all conference teams.
but he knows a lot of the coaches and has his own reputation with some of the players especially an old rival of his, the new mexico lobos. >> these are great teams. he had tough teams. they're always tough to play against whether we go there or they come here it's always a battle. he is a great coach. i'm sure we will have the same games at unlv now. >> there's some pressure on the wolf pack up north. many think eric muscleman's squad can be the team that take diego state. they are coming off a season where they won the post-season tournament. they return pre-season selection cameron who averaged 14 a game as a freshman. they hired former rebel coach dave rice. he was fired midway through the year by unlv. coach muscleman says having dave on the bench is a breath of fresh air. >> dave is -- dave rice has done a great job. he and i have completely
every day. he's got a different perspective than sometimes i see out of my lenses. so it's been a great marriage. and i couldn't be happier. he is helping me much more than i am helping him i can tell you that. so it's been a real, real great addition to our team and our players love him. and so we feel really fortunate to have an experienced former head coach on our bench. >> here are the pre-season predictions. san diego state still the team to knock off the top. nevada new mexico three. fresno, boise and utah state. and the people picked unlv to take eighth this year. he has a tough task ahead. all the excitement surrounding the first leg of the raider stadium vote yesterday i had a chance to track down a former rebel who won a super bowl with the raiders in 1980. some fans may remember leo gray. his first rebel career -- well after his rebel career he sign add contract to play with
super bowl with that team. he is currently a personal trainer to young athletes. he told me he is excited about a raiders move to las vegas. >> i think it would be great. i mean, it's a good thing. i'd probably go and see a game again. i haven't seen one in probably 15 years. but i think it's great for the community. it will be great for the state of nevada. it is a good thing. they need to bring pro sports here. it's time. if it wasn't the raiders it would he i'd rather it be the raiders. >> all right. finally nhl season began tonight. the first pick in the draft this year was a kid named austin matthews. in his debut he scored a goal in the first period. in his first game. then he scored another in the first period. in the second period, guess what, austin scores a hat trick becoming only the fourth player in history to debut as a rookie to get a hat trick in an nhl game. here is a great story.
phoenix, arizona. grew up watching the phoenix coyotes when they moved to 1546 the desert with the number one pick overall in the nhl from the desert. he just scored another goal. he has four in his debut in the nhl. who says hockey dreams kont come true. iconic musicians art collection about to go up for auction. >> jim: we'll check out some of david bowie's eclectic works of art when we come back. when i was one year old, i was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer on
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are see serving for your breakfast. sunny skies 64 degrees. we'll update this tomorrow morning. kelly curran will be here from 4:30 to 7:00 a.m. here in our weather center. part of our weather authority team. >> reed: the public getting its first look at the rock icon's private art collection, david bowie. >> jim: it's preview of an auction that's expected to bring
this amazing art belonged to bowie. he had an extensionive collection including paintings, sculptures and unique furniture. it's on display in hong kong but will move to london next month so sotheby's can -- i never go to one of these auctions because i don't have the money to spend. they're going auction off 400 different pieces. bowie died back in january. >> reed: it's like the coolest estate sale. you can piece through and see what he had. we can never that will do it for us tonight at 6:30. thanks for having us in. >> reed: in that broadcast a middle school homework assignment about police angering some parents. what the school district did to make up for what one mom calls bias against police.
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night. why police say his victims were not only in our area. >> marie: a wild surprise for a family after a mountain lion makes itself at home. where this big cat is now after one settling under the kitchen table >> announcer: news 3 starts right now. >> reed: happening right now, exactly one week ahead of the big debate here in town one of the candidates shows up early. thanks for staying with us at >> marie: i'm marie mortera. here is a live look at the smith center where congresswoman dina titus warms up the crowd as they wait for hillary clinton to take the stage. the democratic nominee is scheduled to start her speech in at the very least 15 minutes. it might be 7:30 p.m. either way we're watching this one closely. clinton is expected to discuss the economy and importance of early voting. >> reed: i'm hearing from people in line right now that the line wraps around over to