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found in a vehicle parked in a parking lot outside of a tow yard. we're continuing to monitor the situation. again, it's a developing story and as soon as we have anymore updates we'll bring them right no you. >> michelle: gasp everybody. thank you for joining us. a woman in her 20s found shot to death early this morning. this happened near red rock elementary school. >> krystal: our craig fiegener reporting live near alta and jones. so, craig, neighbors saying they heard at least two gunshots before they found this woman's body. >> craig: they did. and another thing the detectives asked them, did you hear anything before the gunfire? they said no. so this indicates that the shooting happened without any warning. again, a woman in her 20s dead. this marks the 140th homicide of the year that metro is investigating. a shooting happened without any warning. no yelling. no arguing.
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they ran outside and saw a woman dead on the sidewalk. >> there was a car seen leaving. people heard the gunshots and they looked out and saw a car. it could be a witness or the car could be involved. >> reporter: detectives say the victim appears in her early 20s. she was shot in the head and there's no early evidence suggesting she's from this neighborhood. >> first thing you think of is something domestic or somebody that knows her. >> reporter: shortly after sunrise metro cleared the scene. witnesses who heard heard two shots consistent with evidence found here. but did she walk here? was she driven here? if detectives know for sure they've not made that information public. back here live. again n the neighborhood where this happened, the cross streets quartz lane and view drive. it was just down the street from that where this investigation moved forward for much of the morning. and it was, again, just before sunrise that detectives decided
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needed from the scene. but they did tell us this investigation would likely continue throughout the day with more information being gathered. specifically, information likely about the identity of this person. remember in her 20s. but we do not yet have a name. i'm craig fiegener reporting live, news 3. >> krystal: doing a great job of staying on top of that story. thank you for that. the local man accused of planting hidden cameras in airbnb home to spy on people was in court today. we're talking about cto regional justice center. so a tenant tipped off detectives saying there were eight hidden cameras in bedrooms and bathrooms. police also looking for the possibility of more victims in this case. rogers's next court appearance is set for march of next year. >> michelle: police looking for the suspect caught on camera robbing a retail store with a stick. it happened near tropical parkway and centennial center
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stick, approached several employees and started demanding money. he then forced two of those employees to the back office area where police say he repeatedly hit one of them with that stick. before putting his hands on the victim's neck and threatening to kill that person. if that person did not get the money. the suspect described as a 5'8" light skinned black male in his 20s. we do have these pictures. i know they're grainy. but just take a look. if you think you recognize please call crime stoppers. 702-385-5555. you can remain anonymous. >> krystal: all right drivers get ready for "carnado." take a deep sigh. major road and ramp closures for project neon that we want to make sure you are aware of. so the closures include the iks 15 northbound to the u.s. 95 northbound on ramp. you will have to use the fly-over to mlk instead which
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the u.s. 95. we got another closure. we're talking about the i-15 southbound to u.s. 95 northbound on ramp. n-dot suggesting that you take the exit at lake mead then west to mlk and south to u.s. 95. so follow along with this. we'll also have the information on our website, news3lv.com. the bottom line here? you have to pack your patience. because there will be long daze -- delays and it's a wrap up until next february. all right there you see it a man dressed as a city construction worker destroyed donald trump's star on the hollywood walk of fame early this morning. that man told deadline hollywood that he was trying to extract the star to auction it off and raise money for women who have accused trump of sexual misconduct. the man took a sledgehammer and
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and according to deadline hollywood the man began hammering at 5:45 a.m. but left before police got there. nearly 139,000 people have already cast their votes for president and vice president well have already cast their vote and vice president joe biden will be making a stop here in las vegas we've learned. he'll be here saturday to rally for hillary clinton and katherine cortez-masto. he is going to be at the southwest regional c near valley view. doors open at 9:00 a.m. the event is set to kick off at 11:00. if you would like to rsvp, we've made it easy. go to news3lv.com and there's a link there to do that. >> krystal: besides the candidates there are questions on this year's ballot. one in particular that could affect nousz our state. we're talking about questions four. it would stop taxing medical supplies used by patients all over the state including oxygen
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right now state and county sales taxes are added to the cost of that equipment. >> some people are under the misconception that this is just covered by insurance. well it's not. >> krystal: opponents of the measure believe it would hurt the state's budget. on the other side of the coin, supporters say taxing that equipment putsen undue burden on patients that need it. >> michelle: keep it her 2016 all the way up to election day. you can follow our coverage on news3lv.com and also all of our various social media platforms. >> krystal: time to talk a little weather. we are sending it over to kelly curran. and, kelly, all in all, really can't complain today about what we're dealing with out there. >> kelly: look at this picture behind me. we've got clear skies outside. high thin clouds in the area. really that's about it. temperatures today?
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already above normal. this is what we're looking at if you are stepping outside to head out to lunch. george harris elementary school 78 degrees. winds north northeast three miles an hour. nice and light for us. 72 degrees at del webb middle school. the rest of the afternoon? looking at a high today to top out actually around 82 degrees. we'll see temperatures dropping through the 70s as we get into the evening hours. skies mainly clear not going to be an issue for us. we do have rain on the way though. we're going tlk coming up. >> krystal: okay we appreciate that. we know you'll stay on top of it. robbery and shootings all caught on camera. >> michelle: coming up, how these teenagers are doing after the scary moments played out and, again, it was caught on tape. right in front of a surveillance camera. we'll show you that video and have more of the story. >> krystal: here's an interesting one. a flight forced to land after a mystery illness breaks out on board. here's the thing. it only affected the crew. none of the passengers were impacted.
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sometimes mothers need a break and that's where dads come in. sometimes when you are a new daddy you may not -- you may labtle nervous to get your hands on this. there is a daddy boot camp that is happening in our community. and it has a way to get dads feeling comfortable with a new baby. they're going be here in studio. i'm so excited. that's coming up at 12:30.
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jim dunlap: too many nevada police officers have been killed in the last few years. the truth is, we make it too easy for criminals and the dangerously mentally ill to buy guns. they get them at gun shows or online from strangers, so here's something we can do to honor the fallen: close the background check loophole. that will help prevent future cop killings. it works. in states that have closed the loophole, nearly half as many police officers have been shot and killed in the line of duty. background checks save lives.
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i served under president bush and obama. i fought the taliban. i was asked to form a global coalition to counter isil. when someone makes the comment that they know more about the islamic state or isil nerals, it implies a complete ignorance of the reality. but i believe secretary clinton really understands the threat that the islamic state poses to the united states and to the american people. and i believe she understands how to wield american power to ultimately defeat this threat and to keep us safe. i'm hillary clinton
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>> krystal: gorgeous shot of this is not such a good scene. police in miami looking for a woman who they say robbed and shot three young people over the weekend. everything caught on camera. one of the victims saying she was with her younger cousin when the woman -- you see the gunshots right there. wow! when the woman approached her from behind and grabbed her purse and told her to hand over her phone. the victims started running and the woman started shooting, hitting all the victims.
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three are expected to recover. but that video is dramatic. >> michelle: you can see they do hand over their stuff and she shoots at them for no reason. look at that. awful. a 16-year-old boy from utah is in critical condition after police say that he was shot by a 14-year-old as school was letting out for the day. police say the boy was shot twice during a confrontation. this middle school near salt lake city. it's not clear what the argument was about. but authorities say the 14-year-old suspect is a student at that middle school. he the shooting. >> krystal: secretary of defense ash carter announcing california national guard members will not have to repay bonuses. the initial move to collect the bonuses handed out ten years ago sparked outrage. the pentagon started collecting bonuses from more than 6,000 soldiers who it was was overpaid to enlist and serve in iraq and afghanistan. they say the california national guard improvely offered bonuses
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a fire breaking out earlier today and nashville's famous opryland hotel. >> these are pictures from those who saw it happening. the fire we understand started in the kitchen, prompting evacuations. no injuries reported. the historic hotel is one of the country's most popular and is in walking distance to the grand old opry. >> michelle: an investigation is underway into an emergency landing by a british airways flight. it started out i and then something really weird happened on board that plane. >> krystal: the plane forced to divert to vancouver after its crew but oddly no passengers reported feeling ill. they're still trying to wrap their heads around this one. here is nbc's morgan radford. >> vancouver tower. >> reporter: emergency landing after a mysterious illness strikes three pilots and 22 crew members leaving passengers in shock. >> why was it just the crew?
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the cockpit. >> reporter: liz keller is one of 400 passengers on british airways flight 286 headed from san francisco to london monday night when the plane was forced to land in vancouver. >> i looked at the tv screen and saw that we had done a complete u-turn and i was like what's going on here. >> reporter: passengers confused when first responders rushed crew members to the hospital. >> when i got off the plane i could see the fire member were there. everybody looked a bit confused. happening. >> reporter: none of the passengers were sick and all the crew members later released from the hospital. the cause of the illness still a mystery. >> if there is any type of muj are dependant upon that cabin crew. if they're lethargic or not capable fr assisting passengers in any type of emergency situation that puts passengers safety at risk. >> reporter: british airways sent passengers a letter apologizing for the inconvenience and offering new
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questions still lingering. morgan radford, nbc news, los angeles. >> michelle: very strange. a magnitude 5.4 earthquake hit a large part of central italy today. that includes rome. as we take a live picture right now of the neptune fountain in rome you can see via this earth cam shot people are walking around. they don't seem to be too affected. the earthquake was pretty shallow. no immediate reports of damage. but, again,s earthquake which hit that same region two months ago. 300 people died in that one. >> krystal: they're still recovering from that. we're going to bring it back here local, talk a little weather. kelly, as we said earlier, really nice right now, but things could be changing. >> kelly: we have some changes on the way. so getting more rain in the forecast. but not today. today is fantastic. we've got lots of beautiful blue skies. we'll start out with a
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morning. southeast career and technical academy camera. gorgeous blue skies to start. high, thin clouds start rolling their way a little bit later. we've been getting a little bit thick every over the last couple of hours. take a look at these temperatures. right now north las vegas 77. paradise 76. summerlin at 76 degrees. these temperatures are pretty typical for what we should see for highs today. temperatures will continue to warm up though later this afternoon. we're expecting highs in the low 80s across mucf few low temperatures they're on their way. what's going on right now? big ridge of high pressure in place. you see the clouds, the showers going up and around here? seattle, portland getting rain. for us it's just high thin clouds that we're dealing with. a trough of low pressure will be making its way through as early as tomorrow night. that's going to have some pretty big impact on our weather. today, again, pretty quiet. temperatures still above normal. mostly sunny skies.
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normal? actually 76 for this time of year. tonight we're going to go down to 63 degrees. mostly clear skies. nice light winds again. our 7-day forecast, that's where the changes start taking place frm tomorrow we'll see increasing clouds. going to get warmer too. mid-80s expected for highs. the rain starts or could potentially start as early as thursday night. we're expecting more scattered showers throughout the day on friday. the winds are going to kick up on friday as well. expecting breezy conditions through saturday and nd sunday. good news is this storm system is going to clear out of here by the time we get to halloween. dry conditions. mostly sunny. but notice the impact it's going to have on our temperatures. 75 on monday. and 73 on tuesday. >> michelle: if you get a mailing or call from the american granted network, a warning for you. throw it away or hang up the phone. >> krystal: it's not legit. marie mortera learned it's just
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ad from the american grant network for guaranteed government grants, watch out. new york postal inspectors began investigating the business after receiving numerous complaints from consumers. their investigation led to a man named steven young who operated several businesses. >> mr. young said for anywhere from 1995 to 24 sflooif was 100 percent guarantee they would receive grants. received the book of so-called available grants, they realized the offer was not as advertised. >> when the individuals got the grant book and they looked smat of the grants, they realized that there were requirements needed for them to meet the qualifications of the grant. >> marie: despite being guaranteed 100 percent satisfaction, consumers who asked for refunds received nothing. there were more than 500 formal complaints and $14,000 in losses. postal inspectors ordered
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desist order. but consumers should remember to always research any company offering deals that appear too good to be true. >> the thing that customers should remember is nothing in life is free. >> marie: postal inspectors want to warn consumers about another version involving callers who claim to be associated with the government. after confirming your name and mailing address they request the name of your bank, routing number and account number to withdraw a bogus processing fee. of course, there is no grant. with this rip-off alert, i'm marie mortera. >> michelle: good information there. there's a town in massachusetts whose really trying to take drastic measures to cut down on halloween pranks. the question is, is this going to work. >> krystal: we'll see. it is a rather odd way that police are cracking down on halloween night pranks. that you get more treats than tricks.
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narrator: the target... seniors. danny tarkanian set up thirteen fake charities that preyed on vulnerable seniors... fronts for telemarketing schemes. seniors lost millions from the scams danny tarkanian helped set up. jacky rosen has always led with integrity. protect seniors and strengthen social security. and jacky rosen will always be responsible with your tax dollars. jacky rosen: i'm jacky rosen
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"she's a slob." "she ate like a pig." "i'd look her right in that fat, ugly face of hers..." donald trump calls women "bimbos", "dogs", and "fat pigs." but congressman crescent hardy said he'd support donald trump 100%.
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ruben kihuen for nevada. house majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. robert kearney: i fought for my country in kosovo and iraq, and i've been a republican all my life. but i'm the father of three girls. i can't stand hearing 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 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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>> krystal: there's a town in massachusetts that is not playing around. it is taking a drastic step to stop triks ters on halloween. they're restricting the self eggs, toilet paper and some items they say people use a lot for vandalism. >> michelle: you see the trend here? eggs, toilet paper, spray paint. a letter from police in the town no sell list for local business owners. police are hoping that starting friday these businesses will not sell spray paint, eggs, shaving cream, toilet paper and soap to teenagers because they use it to, you know, like egg houses and stuff. the ban is set to end november 1st. police point out it's up to the businesses to enforce the band. businesses that do will ask for i.d. for the purpose of items of potential mayhem. but, you know, there's a little
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>> krystal: yep. they can order whatever they want. >> michelle: we'll see how that works. >> krystal: called the world wide web! >> michelle: knockout rounds continued last night on "the voice" right here on channel 3. from team adam, billy gilman took on this person here. take a look. ? [music] ? ? ? >> krystal: it doesn't matter even if you try because you can't compete against singers like that. but it's hard to make a choice when you have two people to choose from. in the end adam chose billy to move on. catch night three of knockout rounds right here on channel 3
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news 3 live at 12:30 the hoover dam has been supplying hydropower to southern nevada for 80 years now. >> krystal: that's a long time. coming up how governor brian sandoval is celebrating the milestone. we have it in a live tort. >> michelle: plus hillary clinton upping her pant suit game. why fashionistas may not want to take note. this is coming up in trending today. we've got a choice to make. jacky rosen wants to build an economy that works for all of us, expanding solar energy, and improving our schools. but with danny tarkanian, you can't escape the sleaze. tarkanian lost $17 million in a failed development scheme and stuck taxpayers with the bill. he even helped set up fake charities used to scam nevada seniors. danny tarkanian's out for himself. dccc is responsible for the content of this advertising. we've learned a lot about how joe heck works. follow the money.
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and took almost $700,000 from wall street, including some of the same banks who caused the crisis. and then there's money he's taken from payday lenders who charge 521% interest. heck co-sponsored legislation protecting their predatory practices. add it all up, and joe heck is working for corporate special interests. and that doesn't work for nevada. senate majority pac is responsible for the content
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>> michelle: right now on "news 3 live at 12:30," big milestone. the hoover dam has been supplying hydropower to southern nevada for 80 years now. and govern brian sandoval is here in town today to celebrate that milestone. we'll have more in a live report. >> krystal: we are so excited
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big fall suit drive. how you can help the united way of southern nevada fulfill it's goals to help empower women, getting them back on their feet and building their confidence as they walk through the door for an interview. >> michelle: calling all new dads. if you are new to fatherhood, a new member of the fatherhood clan and not quite sure how to swaddle the baby or change a diaper we have you covered. there's local daddy boot camp classes that you can take here in town. get you caught up in n we'll have more. >> announcer: news 3 starts right now. >> michelle: i love that story. i can't wait for that. >> krystal: i know. daddy boot camp. >> michelle: good afternoon. thanks for joining us. thanks for staying with us. southern nevada celebrating a big milestone today. >> krystal: we sure are. it's been 80 years since the opening of the hoover dam. our kyndelli, she's been -- kyndell nunley, she's been there all day. there was a big celebration marking this momentum event.

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