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brandon, they are here to tell us about a special event and how they're giving back to the community. her story touched us all and we're so excited to have them in studio. stay with us. >> kyndell: it is forever home friday. the animal foundation is here with an adorable pet that you can adopt today. do not miss this. "news 3 live at 12:30" starts right now. >> announcer: news 3 starts right now. good afternoon and thank you for joining us. a u.s. military member iraqi forces in their push to retake mosul from isis has been killed. >> krystal: they said this would take weeks, maybe even months. nbc's richard epgle reports -- richard engel reports near mosul. >> reporter: isis hit back with a sneak attack on a government complex in the city of kir kuk where they exchanged fire. isis may be trying to slow down the assault on mosul.
iraqi troops said today they pushed to within just four miles of the city. the isis capital in iraq. the biggest battle was for control of the town of a town on their doorstep. isis fought back with suicide bombers. but all this was news to the iraqi soldier's ears. the wind god will be will be most of its days the soldiers showed us a tunnel and bunker complex they discovered. the corridor stretched for about half a mile. at the far end we came out into an isis headquarters. food still in the kitchen area. half made bombs, chemicals for more. on the wall what has become one of the most infamous symbols anywhere, the isis logo. more often than not when americans are standing in front
beheaded. isis brutally killed many more iraqis. today it was their turn to have isis on the run. reaching mosul the isis strong hold may just be the easy part. today the u.n. warned that isis has gathered about 600 civilian families from the mosul area, brought them to isis locations to use as human shields. richard engel, nbc news, near mosul, northern iraq. >> kyndell: one very swanky new york charity traditionally be a chance for candidates to take a break fra candidates and poke fun at each other. but things got awkward last night. donald trump broke decade of tradition and went into attack mode getting boos from that white tie dinner crowd. hillary clinton also struggled to hide her dislike of her republican opponent as well. take a listen.
commission. people look at the statue of liberty and see a proud symbol of our history. donald looks at the statue of liberty and sees a four. maybe a five if she loses the torch and tablet and changes her hair. >> kyndell: those are just a couple the jabs that we heard last night from both candidates. the al smith dinner is named after the former new york governor and presidential nominee. all benefits go to catholic charities that help needy children. the next big step in the road on election starts tomorrow. early voting begins at 9:00 a.m. running through november 4th. officials say there will be several voting locations across the valley including local malls, supermarkets and on the strip. hours and days for each polling location vary. you can find a location nearest you by visiting our website
2016. all the way up until the final result is in. you can also follow our coverage on news3lv.com or on our facebook page for up to the minute updates. now let's get over to krystal. >> krystal: oh my goodness. i just can't stop smiling because of who we have in studio today. the ward family. you all have so captured our hearts in this community. you really have. and the minute i heard from tiffany about the fact they were having this event and that gorgeous brazil is we had to bring them on studio. it's been nearly three years since little brazil was hit on halloween night. and she made such an incredible recovery. she had a ten percent chance to live. now look at her. look at this. she is so inspiring. and just can't stop smiling. has a gorgeous smile. yes. i just want to talk about you know what these three years have been like for you as a family
it all. >> it's been up and down emotional roller-coaster. a lot of high moments and then a few lows. but more highs than anything. >> krystal: absolutely. and doesn't it just touch your heart to see the way the community just wrapped its arms around you. >> it was very inspiring. very awakening to the world. i mean, many things were going on that were so negative and to have the love of the community and for it to be las vegas and l beautiful and we're thankful for it. >> krystal: you know, everywhere you went when brazil's name came up, you know, you just couldn't help but to smile and be touched by what she went through and the fact that she is a fighter. right. >> she shows that prayers work. absolutely. >> krystal: brazil, sweetheart, how are you doing today? >> good. >> krystal: i love your costume. tell us about your costume.
i like it. i like it. who do you have here with you? who is this? >> dumbo. >> she named it something else. [ laughter ] >> krystal: that's okay. you can name it whatever you want. are you still singing because i know you have a beautiful voice. are you still singing? >> yes. >> krystal: you still love to sing. >> i sing elsa. >> krystal: you sing elsa. >> all the time. >> krystal: you want to sing a little bit? sing for us? elsa? ? that's all right. you sing whenever you are ready sweetie okay. >> she is thinking about it. >> i want to sing now. >> go ahead, baby ? snow blows white on the
beautiful! [ laughter ] i knew we would get something out of you miss brazil. you have a beautiful voice. i love it. i love it. i had a few moments like that that just make you realize she is just a blessing. a walking miracle. >> absolutely. makes us all thankful we are able to experience this every day. she has a lot of sas too. >> krystal: that's all right. there it is. >> krystal: sweet with sas. that's okay sweetie. i want to talk about this event that you all have coming up partnering with umc and kohl's. let's talk about that. >> we're partnering with umc the event is sponsored by kohl's care for you. it's the annual halloween safe-tacular and bike rodeo. we're giving out free safety
we want to help as much as possible to make sure what happened to brazil doesn't happen to anyone else else. >> krystal: and it's wonderful you are taking part -- that's right. >> we're giving out bicycle helmets as well and we'll have rtc and they will have a crosswalk there and they teach people how to use the crosswalk properly. >> krystal: that's how you do it miss brazil. she is showing you how it's done. i love it. i want to tell people a this saturday right. two to 5:00 p.m. that's where it's going to be. we'll have information on our website as well. news3lv.com. its by flamingo and the 215. >> yes. right in the parking lot. it's free and open to the public. >> krystal: thank you all so much for being on the show and thank you for inspiring all of us just to keep fighting, stay hopeful, stay prayerful and always stay positive.
>> got to stay positive and know there's going to be a light at the end of the tunnel. >> krystal: absolutely. >> we definitely want to turn our negative into a positive. >> krystal: and you certainly did. thank you for being with us sweetie. thank you. [ laughter ] i am done. [ laughter ] thank you sweetie. kyndell we're going send it over to you. >> kyndell: all right. thank you so much. and the ward family as well. comedians taking aim at the presidential debate here in las vegas on ws they're making fun of all of trump's interrupting in trending today. and today forever home friday the annual foundation is here with a cute little furry friend that you will be able to take home with you starting today. who is he or she? we'll let you know straight ahead. >> kelly: beautiful sunny skies. temperatures above average. we've got a storm system on the it's hard to make the past dissappear,
robert kearney: i fought for my country in kosovo and iraq, and i've been a republican all my life. donald trump call women pigs, dogs, and bimbos...and i sure don't want my daughters hearing it. i want my girls to grow up proud and strong, in a nation where they're valued and respected. donald trump's america is not the country i fought for. so, i'm voting for hillary clinton. hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. ray steiber: i was in charge of homicide. i know when something's not right.
arms. carry. hunt. protection. it's all there. doesn't change. and no one goes to jail for swapping guns while hunting or at the shooting range. what changes is convicted felons can't run to a gun show or go online and buy guns without background checks. that will save lives. yes on 1. case closed. you spend a lot of time opening doors for these little guys. they spent millions supporting heck, and heck supports their agenda -- special tax breaks even for corporations shipping jobs overseas. worse, heck pays for them by cutting education and raising taxes on us. congressman heck is what's wrong with washington. dscc is responsible
>> kelly: it is coming up on 12:43. we've got lots of blue sky out there. lots of sunshine to get this friday going. get your weekend started. we're starting with a time-lapse look. this is lake made marina today. tons of sunshine. winds have been pretty light. we've seen a few boats heading out on the water as well. temperatures are warmer today than they have been. so maybe it is a nice weekend to head out on the water. lake mead is 77. pahrump is 82. laughlin you are downtown is at 82. mountain's edge, 78 degrees. aliante you are coming in at 79. temperatures are going to climb a little more as we get into the afternoon. winds should stay pretty light at least for today and the first part of the weekend. here a look at the bigger picture. a big ridge. high pressure moving in, settling into the area. it's going to be brief. we've got a ton of sunshine. tomorrow more of the same. but we do have a system on the
morning commute. especially on monday. today's highs above normal. laugh lane 93. pahrump your high today 87. overnight tonight, indian springs down to 51. searchlight 51 as well. if you are planning on heading out to the lake tomorrow, the highs? 92 degrees. getting pretty warm. the water temperature is chilly. 72. winds south southeast. gusts up to 25 miles an hour. maybe some sailing tomorrow? hiking instead on mount charleston i think this is ideal. 65 degrees the expected high. 50s and 60s. 50s is what i like. raina too of course. red rock looking at 83 for the high tomorrow. our 7-day forecast? we're looking at 88 tomorrow in the las vegas valley. pretty warm. that's ten degrees above normal for this time of year. clouds moving in on sunday. then a chance for showers in the forecast. this is going to be sunday into
conditions. 79 the high on monday. and temperatures slowly rising out of that as we head next week. back up into the mid-80s. >> krystal: thank you. we appreciate it. time to talk trending. what everybody is talking about. we know this guy, tim bone, the undecided voter in the red izod sweater. he is going to washington apparently. >> kyndell: and he is of course known for asking a question at the second presidential debate. but mostly be distinctive look and, of course, that red sweater. now izod, the maker of the sweater, has brought bone to the nation's capital to film a get out the vote commercial. in the ad tim bone is seen around some of our national landmarks and memorials. he meets and greets people, poses with a wedding party, and also plays soccer with some kids. this all ends up being as you can see chased by fans as well. the commercial has some fun with bone's internet fame but the
>> krystal: you were there for all the debate coverage and tim bone was there. he had a big crowd around him. >> kyndell: he did. he said in other interviews he is taking in his 15 minutes of fame. can't blame him. >> krystal: right. he is such a good sport. and he has an important message, get out and vote. by the way, early voting this saturday here in nevada. remember when your mom used to tell you it's not appropriate to interrupt adults? really anybody for that matter. mom knows best that president has become known for his interruptions. >> kyndell: as jeanne moos reports, donald trump's interjections have spawned nasty women and puppets. >> reporter: we interrupt this story to bring you donald trump's interruptions. >> i did not say that. i did not say that. >> an eating machine. >> excuse me. your husband disagrees with you. >> reporter: now hillary also chimed in a time or two. >> when a very beautiful hotel down the street known as-- >> made with chinese steel.
>> reporter: but she can't compete with the donald's interjections. denying he is putin's puppet. >> no puppet. no puppet. >> it's pretty clear -- you are the puppet. >> you won't admit. >> you are the puppet! no you are the puppet! >> reporter: the exchange inspired actual puppetry. donald recycled his golden oldie. >> wrong. >> a very clear fact that-- >> wrong. >> reporter: it almost felt like trump was imitating alec baldwin. >> he >> not that charitable or he has never paid taxes in his life. >> wronger. >> reporter: but this was the donald's most memorable interruption. >> such a nasty woman. >> reporter: the twitter-verse exploded. make america nasty again. nasty women for hillary. that's president nasty woman to you. songs featuring the word "nasty." ? you think i am a nasty girl ?. >> reporter: were dredged up
by the way i respect women more than anyone. >> reporter: nasty woman joined with another trumpism. >> we have bad hombres here. >> reporter: in a chelsea handler tweet. are you a bad hombre or nasty woman? nasty woman won by a landslide. the day after the debate the donald himself was interrupted. >> get that mosquito out of here. >> reporter: the donald is like a pest with his interjekss. >> he started tweeting that the emmys were rigged. >> should have gotten it interruptions goes to donald j. trump. >> wrong. >> reporter: jeanne moos, cnn, new york. >> krystal: we know many of us across the country are waiting for snl tomorrow night right here on news 3. and meantime you can follow us on facebook. search for krystal allan news 3 las vegas and kyndell nunley news 3 las vegas and make sure to like our page too. >> krystal: we're on instagram, twitter, facebook. this one is on snap chat.
and it's forever home friday. it always brings a smile to our face when we have these little guys in studio. brenda, you bring a smile to our face too. tell us about who you have today. >> we have stein. he is a one-year-old pit bull mix. he actually came in to us by animal control. was confiscated by his previous family. he's had a bit of a hard life. he is super friendly ready for >> krystal: he knows how to work it. >> he is super friendly because we had little brazil here and she just lit up. he ran right up to her. you are handsome. you are handsome. yes. we know. i think he saw himself in the camera. [ laughter ] >> kyndell: his reflection. [ laughter ] >> krystal: something to bark about sweetheart. i want to talk about any specials you have brenda.
promotion going on all october long. dogs six months and odor are reduced by 50 percent. a perfect time to come and adopt a dog. if you are not looking for a dog we have our cat promotion that just started. we're doing five adoption fees for cats six months and older. >> krystal: it's okay honey. >> kyndell: my granny's dog does that when animal. >> krystal: these animals go to quickly. you always say there's a line by the time you get back to the animal foundation. so if you want him, just go. don't even call. they go so quickly. we're so excited because we are trying to find all of our forever home animals who have gotten adopted out on the show. we're calling it happily fur-ever after. get it? these are pictures our kelly
this together of our animals adopted on "news 3 live at noon" through our forever home friday segment. so if you adopted one of these adorable puppies reach out to us. we want to hear from you. we want to hear your story. in a month or so we are going to profile some of these stories. >> it's not only a plus four the furry friend as well but the families who get this loved one addition to their so we know that stein is ready. >> krystal: they're like a family member. and he needs a family too. you can reach out to us at news 3 -- let's back up. my producer is -- email@example.com. we got it. please reach out if you have adopted a fur baby we want to hear your story. and stein is saying adopt me. thank you brenda. we appreciate you.
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kearney: i fought for my country in kosovo and iraq, and i've been a republican all my life. donald trump call women pigs, dogs, and bimbos...and i sure don't want my daughters hearing it. i want my girls to grow up proud and strong, in a nation where they're valued and respected. donald trump's america is not the country i fought for. so, i'm voting for hillary clinton. hillary clinton:
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a look at some of our top stories. recapping them for you today. a local man accused of hidden cameras and smoke alarms, hiding them, i should say, in smoke alarms, he was actually someone who rented homes through air bnb to visit formz well he is in court next week. >> kyndell: presidential candidates hillary clinton and donald trump trade words at the al smith memor calling clinton [ inaudible ] something that rarely happens at that dinner. >> krystal: and u.s. military members assisting iraqi forces in their push to retake mosul from isis have been killed marking the first american combat casualty in the offensive. thank you for being with us. we appreciate it. it's been a great friday. remember, if you adopted a puppy through our forever home friday segment, we want to hear from
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a lot of time opening doors for these little guys. but congressman heck opens them for these guys -- special interests and the billionaire koch brothers. they spent millions supporting heck, special tax breaks even for corporations shipping jobs overseas. worse, heck pays for them by cutting education and raising taxes on us. congressman heck is what's wrong with washington. dscc is responsible
>> chad: hey, is he sleeping? >> lucas: oh, yeah, yeah, he's out--probably making up for the last couple weeks. adrienne's excited. she gets to take a shower finally. >> chad: i ran into harold. he said that he had to call anne milbauer a cab this in >> lucas: yeah, yeah, that was kind of 'cause of me. >> chad: why? >> lucas: well, she showed up out of nowhere, and she said she was out of gas or something and she was stranded, so i let her use a guest room. i was gonna kick her out, you know, but i thought with everything going on, it might be a bad idea. >> chad: no, no, that's fine. look, i...um... i appreciate everything that you have done for thomas