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event. >> krystal: helping others. what one local teen is doing to help families in need over the holidays. and it got him some national recognition. we're going to introduce you to him. ? lights it's just a bowl of cherries ? ? life just a bowl of cherries ? . >> krystal: a gorgeous voice. gorgeous face. she has it all. reva rice in headlining a show right here at the smith center. we have her in studio. you don't want to miss it. >> announcer: news 3 starts right now. >> michelle: a busy day. >> krystal: it is exciting. >> michelle: and we knew it was going to be. thank you for joining us everybody. thank you for staying with us. all eyes around the world really. i mean, we've been seeing media from all over the world on
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just hours from now. >> krystal: six hours and counting. let's go right to where it's all going to happen tonight. our kyndell nunley -- let's get that right first of all -- joining us from the thomas and mack at unlv. kyndell, you were giving us a look behind the scenes. we have a lot of media that's there at the thomas and mack. >> kyndell: oh i can tell you coming from across the entire world. i'm currently standing on the middle stage here for the media. the the camera around you will see dozens of crews out here from different television stations and networks from across the country as those international crews as well. you can see them looking live. other shows that are broadcasting on their own networks as well here on news 3. this is the third and final presidential debate in just a matter of hours. we're less than six away. as hillary clinton and donald trump get set to hit the stage here at the thomas and mack analysts are expecting this
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especially for us locals who know what it normally looks like around unlv is the extra security preparations on campus have been in the works for weeks now. the parking lots have been closed. entire buildings canceled. the type of security that goes with hosting a final presidential debate includes barriers around the parking lot. if you are driving around the area, will notice large containers, those trailers that you normally see on the back of se h creating a wall that includes fences and security guards. when it comes to the anticipation leading up to this, officials with the school are hoping students who go here take these memorys away for the next days, weeks, months and years to come knowing they had the pride that their campus was chosen for the third and final debate as polarizing as it is in 2016. >> i hope they take away some pride that unlv has had this moment and they've been able to be part of it. i hope they're also aware from
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is with politics and government. >> kyndell: now the debate starts at 6:00 p.m. tonight. i can tell you we have crews lined up from where i am standing right now inside the building as well. there is a big room outside the parameters. we've got you covered. this place surrounded not only by the crews, but us here with channel 3 as well. reporting live at the thomas and mack, kyndell nunley. back to you >> michelle: so cool to see all that live action going on around kyndell. tonight you will see it all happening as we get that debate started. here is the headache for all of us locals. between four and 10:00 tonight there's going to be a series of closures on the roadways. it's all highlighted in red on this map. a big note. watch out for lane closures along the i-15 south. we're talking the entire stretch of the strip all the way from sahara to the airport connector via 215 going to be closed down.
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most of those closures, by the way, around mccarran --, i should say, a lot of the closures are happening around the airport. so if you have to fly out today, or if you have to go to pick somebody up, plan ahead and expect a lot of delays. by the way the best way to get to from the airport is tropicana to swenson or flamingo to paradise. all right a car jacking suspect was shot this morning after a pursuit with the nevada highway patrol. it was a trooper involved there. it allar las vegas and ended in henderson. we're told by nhp this started after they got reports of a car jacking. so police started pursuing this suspect on the 95 near las vegas boulevard. that suspect ended up at a car dealership on gibson near auto show drive. and according to authorities, he tried to attempt another car jacking. this time it was an elderly couple inside. police saying it was very violent. police say the suspect and nhp
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the suspect was taken to sunrise trauma in unknown condition right now. the trooper involved was unharmed. now to a shocking execution caught on camera in mexico. before we show you this video, we do have to warn you, it is very graphic so it might be hard to watch. a federal judge shot in the back of his head while he was jogging outside of his home. this judge according to mexican media played a role in the extradition process kingpin known as "el chapo." he was shot in the back of the head. we're not going to show you the moment he went down. surveillance video shows him jogging when a hit man -- here is the creepy part -- didn't even have a mask on. just runs up in broad daylight, pulls a gun and executes that judge. the 37-year-old had presided over a number of high-profile drug cartel cases. "el chapo"'s lawyers say he was
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things up and talk about a very inspiring young man in our community. >> krystal: a reason to give all of us at home a smile and maybe a dose of inspiration. james lee from faith lutheran high school. you received national attention for the work that you have done. ju giving back. you received the prudential spirit of community award, what you have around your neck right there. i love it. the hardware to prove it. congratulations to you. you know the community service project that youta and you are helping to bring just a little bit of hope and inspiration to children who have lost a parent. you have a personal story behind it? >> i do. so in 12 days, like you said, is a charity that brings 12 days off christmas based off the song for families that have lost a mother or father. me and my mom were -- well me, my mother and my brother were inspired to do this when our
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church did it for us. >> krystal: for 12 days. >> yes. >> krystal: after your father passed away. so this is very personal. because you know what thee children are going through. what you decided to do is try to uplift their spirit as little bit and maybe kind of, you know, lessen their grief when they're going through this very, very difficult time. tell us about in 12 days. how do you all go about doing this? do you pick a number of families then leave gifts on the door for 12 days? >> somethi so we spend most of the year finding the families that we're going to uplift. most of them are state but we've been able to do international more and more. >> krystal: so you are expanding your reach beyond nevada. and he's only 17 folks. that's pretty impressive. i want to talk about this national award you received. the prudential spirit of community award. did you get to go somewhere for
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they paid for our flight out to washington, d.c. which was awesome. that was fun. >> krystal: very cool. you kind of got to rub elbows with a listers. is that you? that was me. that's so cool. look at you getting the hardware to prove it. i love it. fantastic. well i'm so excited that you were able to have that honor and also that, you know, maybe someone watching right now, a young person might be watching and will be inspired to do something for someone else from the work tyo in 12 days. all right. he's coming this christmas season to try to brighten the life of some children having a hard time in our community. thank you. we appreciate you. michelle, wow, right? >> michelle: wow. and in the video we saw mom crying very, very proud tears. she is actually here with us too. melania trump p says billy bush egged her husband on in that infamous video where trump talks
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#billy bush made me do it is trending. jeanne moos takes a look in trending today. the talented reva rice joining us in studio. we heard a live little tease just awhile ago. she going to give us a live performance as she prepares for a solo debut this weekend at the smith center. >> kelly: the reporters doing live shots in front of the thomas and mack probably want some extra hold hairspray. a little breezy out there. more about >> michelle: speaking of the thomas and mack, there it is. you can see the camera snake -- shaking just a bit. the stage is set. the media is in place. now we just count down the hours. less than six to go before the final debate takes place right here in las vegas. final debate takes place right here in las vegas. we'll be back afteter i've seen what can happen as the result of hate. my son matt was murdered in laramie, wyoming, in 1998. he was befriended by two men in a bar
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they robbed him and beat him. they drove matt out to the prairie and tied him to a split-rail fence, then beat him some more and left him for dead. in the aftermath of matt's death, my family saw the best of america in the love and support we were shown. so when i see the hate that donald trump has brought to his campaign for president, it terrifies me. i'd like to punch him in the face, i'll tell ya. ahh, i don't know what i said, uhh, i don't remember. he's a mexican. .. words have an influence. violence causes pain. hate can rip us apart. i know what can happen as the result of hate, and donald trump should never be our president. priorities usa action
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it's not uncommon for autistic kids to flap their hands. and so when i saw that, that was completely disqualifying. i'm a republican, but this election is so much bigger than party. i don't always agree with her, but she's reasonable. and she's smart. she can work with people to solve problems. i want to be able to tell my kids that i did the right thing when it really mattered.
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putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. planned parenthood should absolutely be defunded. and congressman hardy said he supported trump 100%. like trump, hardy opposed legislation and hardy fought to defund planned parenthood, just like trump. ruben kihuen respects women. kihuen fought for equal pay for equal work. and ruben kihuen will protect our right to make our own health decisions. dccc is responsible for the content of this advertising. >> kelly: it is 12:42. we've got blue skies out there as we look at the lake mead
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we've got winds out there especially out of the lake and the colorado river where we're seeing winds gusting up to 40 miles an hour today. temperatures, because of these winds out of the north, are being held down a bit. we're seeing those temperatures most part in the low 70s in the las vegas valley. in pahrump, it's 74. boulder city you are coming in right now at 72. mesquite 75 degrees. in las vegas, paradise, 74, mountain's edge still at 69. sunrise 73 temperatures little on the cool side to get things going today. we are dealing with winds gusting 25 to 30 miles per hour in the las vegas valley. gust to 40 miles per hour possible along the colorado river valley. yes, it is still a little breezy. not quite as strong as what we saw over the weekend. but definitely a little bit of a problem for us today. especially with so many live shots going on and so many reporters doing those shots. here is the colorado river valley. that fire weather warning.
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this is new midnight. winds gusting to 40 miles an hour. sunny skies, quiet conditions. that's what we're looking at for rest of the week. boulder city 79 degrees. that's your expected high. tonight pahrump you are going down to 42. mesquite, 54. our 7-day forecast. we are expecting temperatures to warm up as we head throughout the rest of the week. 88 degrees by saturday. tons of sunshine. another storm system on the way for early next breezy conditions. cooler temperatures and a chance for rain. but highs, go back down to where they're supposed to be this time of year, in the upper 70s. >> michelle: time for trending today. you might have seen this interview when melania trump sat down for an interview with anderson cooper, she said that she not only is standing behind her man, but that in fact she believes that he was sort of egged on by billy bush in that infamous conversation they had
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>> krystal: hence it inspired a new hashtag. no surprise there huh. cnn's jeanne moos has some of the best blame billy bush tweets. >> reporter: on snl melania trump was portrayed as if she were ready to dump the donald. but in real life melania didn't just stand by her man, she partially blamed billy bush for leading her host to say dirty and bad stuff. >> reporter: but nobody had to egg on the internet. instantly a new hashtag was born. hashtag #billybushmademedoit. or ryan lochte just changed his
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you know, how trump is always saying-- >> this whole election is being rigged. >> reporter: so of course someone tweeted... now we all know who is rigging this election. hashtag #billy bush made me do it. even noted hillary support cher got into the act. how can trump stand up to putin if he couldn't stand up to billy bush? this four-year-old puzzle t me put this towel over my head. >> billy bush being crazy with everyone. [ laughter ] >> how do you feel about your butt. >> are you kid moog e? you did not just ask me that. >> i did. >> reporter: now they can add the 2005 butt scene. >> this little guy in there. >> reporter: melania head a name for what her husband engaged in on that bus. >> they were kind of boy talk. boys talk. >> reporter: with a 59-year-old boy?
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president trump, why did you nuke brussels? hashtag #billy bush made e moo -- me do it. though the donald seems to be the alpha. jeanne moos, cnn, new york. >> michelle: now i know who i will blame the next time i eat donuts. billy bush made me do it. [ laughter ] >> krystal: oh my goodness get ready for a show. because we have it for you today. the incomparable song bird, miss reva rice back with good to see you ladies. you are gorgeous first of all. you have a gorgeous voice and you have just done it all. you have about on broadway. you've been in chicago. you've been in the color purple and you've been headlining vegas's show here for seven years. >> can you believe it? i've been home for seven years. i love it. i moved here in '94. this is the longest i've been home. >> michelle: isn't that
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entertainment and arts in general. but it's wonderful i've been home and able to delve into the community. we're so supporting and loving. >> krystal: speaking of which the community can come out to see you this weekend at the smith center. >> michelle: have you had a chance to perform there yet. >> i did simply ella last year with bernard. and the concert was amazing. so he offered to direct me for this show. and he picked a lot of the material. and he just really knows how to choose the son f so yeah. >> krystal: he is with the las vegas contemporary dance theater. >> michelle: today we get a special treat. you are going to sing for us. i want to make sure you have plenty of time. you are going to give us a little bit of a taste here of what folks can see on stage. >> krystal: they can see you saturday, 2:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. at the smith center. take it away. >> thank you ladies. >> krystal: of course.
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for the 2:30 matin?e and the 7:30 p.m. show. ? life it's just a bowl of cherries ? ? don't take it serious ? life's too mysterious ? ? you work, you save, you worry ? ? but you can't when you go go ? go ? so the strongest oak must fall ? ? the sweet thing is that life
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never owned ? ? life it's just a bowl of cherries ? ? so live and laugh laugh and love live and laugh at it all ? ? i keep repeating it's the berries ? ? the strongest oak must fall ? ? the sweet thing in life ? ? so how can you lose what you
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>> kelly: sunny skies today. temperatures cool. at or slightly above average for afternoon highs today. 81 degrees. it's little breezy though. you can see that camera shaking
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potentially gusts to 30 and gusts to 40 along the colorado river valley. please keep that in mind especially over the o'callaghan tillman bridge there. temperatures warming up as we head throughout the week ff 88 by saturday and cooler with a chance of rain. >> michelle: we'll take it because it's going to be almost 90 this weekend. from one mom to another, a look into rachel's remedy. a solution to make breast feeding as easy as possible for all of the new moms let me tell you, it's not easy at first. >> krystal: you need the help. tomorrow we're saving you money. and having fun do it. thrifty thursday. heather marianna is here to show us what you can do with that lift over halloween candy and not just eat it all. let's do something else with it. make it beautiful. she has these really affordable beauty regimens that will definitely be affordable and most of you can get out of your pantry. >> kelly: i'm going take my
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>> krystal: she'll find a way. >> michelle: i'll lick my face. >> krystal: i like to eat it. >> michelle: we a lot more coming on "news 3 live at three." our team coverage on the debate continues. we're live at 3:00 from the thomas and mack with more from jeff joe heck's and donald trump's views on women are disturbing. heck voted to defund planned parerenthood 10 times. he was even willing to shut down the government over it. and they both outlaw abortion. e some form of punishment." while heck co-sponsored legislation to criminalize abortion, even in cases of rape. donald trump and joe heck are not for you. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising. jacky rosen: i'm jacky rosen, and as a computer programmer, i created apps... before they were called "apps" and i learned there's always a smart solution. as president of my synagogue,
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>> jj: [gasping] >> marlena: we've got decreased sounds on the left. >> gabi: jj, everything's okay. help is coming, okay? i'm right here. >> marlena: honey, honey, i know it's painful to breathe, okay? i'm gonna see if i can get you some help with that. >> gabi: marlena, what--what's happening? >> marlena: i think the bullet collapsed his lung. he's got an air pocket in there. i'll see what i can >> gabi: jj, you're gonna be okay. he's gonna be okay, right? he's gonna be all right? >> marlena: honey, i'm doing what i can. >> gabi: i'm here. i'm right here. >> adrienne: kayla, have you seen that brother of mine? >> kayla: um, actually, i was just about to call you, adrienne. um...look. i don't want you to freak out, but, um, orpheus planted a bomb at the pub. luckily, my mother was able to get out of the building.

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