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the investigation into hillary clinton's email server. >> michelle: in a letter to the senate judiciary committee, fbi director james comey writes... the fbi investigating additional emails that were discovered as part of a separate investigation. comey went on to explain the fbi should take appropriate investigative steps to review these potentially pertinent emails. the fbi director also said he was not sure how long this review could ta responded. as we take live pictures right now of hillary clinton speaking at a rally. do we have the location of this rally? where was that? cedars rapid, iowa. that's happening as we speak. we'll continue to listen and if anything happens especially if she talks about the latest emails we'll let you know. 64 moments for trump's running mate governor mike pence after his plane skidded off the
incident on the "today show." >> it was ten seconds of uncertainty as the plane came down. we've just been so moved by the outsporeing of prayers and concern but we're find and ready to hit the campaign trail today. >> krystal: joe biden campaigning here on saturday and donald trump on sunday. head to news3lv.com for more information on how to get tickets to either. >> michelle: by the way, more than so far in southern nevada. so we are watching very closely as we close in on the final stretch here before election day. keep it right here on news 3 for complete coverage of decision 2016. you can also follow us on our website, news3lv.com, and on our various facebook, you know, social media platforms, especially facebook. >> krystal: we've already surpassed the number of murders by this time last year. and as we speak metro police are investigating yet another one.
this morning at an amount complex near tropicana and boulder highway. police have yet to released many details about what happened but here's what we do know. the victim told his girlfriend he heard a knock on the door, let someone in, then he was shot. he was rushed to the hospital where he later died. >> michelle: all right. news 3 is your weather authority. and we had some rain. i know we did. i saw the drops. there was like five windshield. not a whole lot of rain but it's possible we could have more. >> kelly: a few light showers around the area but most are fizzling out. this is a look at what we've got right now. nothing going on in las vegas itself. pahrump has been seeing a little bit. also around indian springs, moapa, mesquite seeing scattered light shower activity. as we zoom out and take a look what's going on with the bigger picture there's not a whole lot back to the southwest. it's going be very light and scattered.
clouds around the area from time to time. but the bulk of the precipitation still out towards fresno and that's lifting north and east as well. here is a time-lapse look at what we've seen so far today. this is from the las vegas day school camera. a lot of clouds. you see showers and they went through. we had really cool rainbow shots. i'll share some later. the clouds breaking up right now. we're seeing a little bit of blue sky here and there. current temperature? 80 degrees at deering elementary school already. temperatures today expected to be in the upper 70s, low 80s. then skiesra out as we get into the overnight hours but there is another system on the way. we'll look at that coming up. >> krystal: all right. we continue to be your traffic authority. we are monitoring all the situations, all the developments as it relates to car-nado as we take a live look at the spaghetti bowl. the second phase getting underway. more closures at the spaghetti bowl got underway this morning. and just to keep in mind, again, just want to reiterate this, if you are headed on i-15
ramp is closed. n-dot has built a temporary one-lane detour for drivers by the mlk exit. >> michelle: that's what we were just looking at. you can see them all going to the right. that's going to be closed february. also a few smaller ones have shut down and that's impacting martin luther king drive. if you are headed north on i-15 use charleston and then go to mlk from there. >> krystal: if you are traveling i-15 southbound you will have to use lake mead to n-dot has put up orange detour signs. so just really watch out and pay attention until you get used to all the changes. >> michelle: in addition to car-nado many local streets on a busy stretch of charleston will be closed all weekend long for another massive construction project. we're talking about east charleston. it's going to be shut down all weekend from lamb boulevard to nellis. that's because they're building a new pedestrian bridge so people can walk across charleston boulevard. of course the goal here is to cut down on jaywalking.
tonight. it will go through 5:00 a.m. monday morning. so you can use sahara as an alternate route to the south or stewart to the north. >> krystal: a federal jury has found ryan and ammon bundy along were five others not guilty for their part in the armed takeover of the wildlife refuge in oregon. the sons of nevada rancher cliven bundy and five others were acquitted on charges of conspiring to stop federal workers from doing their jobs. nevada in nevada involving his stand against the blm over unpaid grazing fees will see a similar fate. she says the case should be moved out of state to ensure a fair trial. >> michelle: today a lot of people are off because we are observing nevada day. if you get to be off today we're jealous. this is a big part of nevada history. and another big part of nevada history, our stating rolling out
>> krystal: absolutely. cold war patriots they're called honor former nevada test site workers as it's part of its annual national day of remembrance. what's where we find craig fiegener live from the atomic testing museum which is a pretty cool museum. i've been there. a lot of movers and shakers today. >> craig: it is. good afternoon to you. this is the eighth year for what's known as the national day of remembrance. it took place here locally testing museum. of course on flamingo. i want to take you inside for the ceremony which began about 90 minutes ago. more than 200 people showing up for this. remember it was during the manhattan project that 700,000 people nationwide worked on the nuclear weapons program. the program to develop about 350 weapons of war. and for many of the workers -- and remember many of them from the nevada area, southern nevada specifically. for many workers they risked
>> here in nevada, literally thousands of individuals worked for almost four decades at the nevada test site. so they were kind of the tip of the civilian spear if you will making sure the nuclear would perform the way it did. so we could all live in peace for the last seven decades. >> reporter: that's tim with cold war patriots the group that organized the national day of remembrance ceremony here at the atomic testing museum behind works to help connect people who are part of the manhattan project and other nuclear testing, specifically in nevada, helps connect them with health services. because many of them did suffer some type of health consequence as part of working with that government program. i'm craig fiegener reporting live at the national atomic testing museum. back to you in our las vegas studio. >> krystal: all right. thank you very much. >> michelle: let's go to north carolina where tensions are so high right now over there.
protest ever taking place over the construction of a controversial pipeline they're trying to build. >> krystal: nbc's miguel almaguer is in north dakota reform the clash between police and protesters spilled into the early morning hours. more than 140 people arrested. and a second bridge was lit on fire. this as demonstrators promise their fight isn't over. overnight police held their ground where they clashed with native american pro cannonball, north dakota. an army of 200 officers clearing demonstrators blocking a highway used to access a controversial oil pipeline under construction. >> many of the protesters would get right in the faces of the officers and say nasty things to them. >> what length does north dakota want to go to defend the oil corporation. >> reporter: the nearly completed pipeline will cross four states connecting north dakota and illinois with some
of transporting 570,000 barrels of oil a day. construction runs along the sandy rock reservation. demonstrators say it's destroying sacred land. protesters also say the pipeline threatens to pollute the missouri river which provides water to millions of people. after months of protests, this has turned into a movement. the largest modern day gathering of nate if joining in. authorities have called this a massive arrest operation. after those clashes overnight that led into this morning, it's unclear what we'll see later tonight. miguel almaguer, nbc news outside cannonball, north carolina. >> michelle: what a story. you know it's been a rough week when you say north carolina in the intro and i didn't even realize i said that. thankfully for my partner here. obviously we're talking about
>> krystal: coming up what officials say led to that happening. >> michelle: plus a police shooting plays out on camera. wow what we know about this one coming up. >> krystal: at 12:30 today is a forever home friday. one of our favorite days.
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>> michelle: two freight trains collided head-on today on a stretch of track south of philadelphia. only two people were injured here which is amazing when you see that and think about two trains hitting each other head on. officials say both owned by csx the time of the accident. one was moving empty cars. the other carrying consumer goods. so these were obviously not passenger trains. they were freight trains here carrying a bunch of stuff. the injured taken to a local hospital. their conditions unknown at this time and officials are investigating that crash. >> krystal: dramatic dash cam video to show you capturing a chase then shootout between a pair of officers and suspect in tucson, arizona.
oh my gosh. so let me tell what you played out. the officers are trying to pull over a suspect on a motorized bike. after he crashes the bike he takes off running, leaps over a fence while one of the officers chases him on foot the other officer eventually catches up to the pair just as they start shooting. the bullet grazed one of the officers on the side of the head. the one on foot. he went down. then the officer in the car catches up to the suspect in a shootout. that suspect was hit several times. he is 33 years old. he is in critical but stable condition. that is dramatic video. >> michelle: italian prime minister mateo renzi visited the area affected by several dwhaikz week. the government has pledged $43.6 million to help house people displaced.
5.4 and two hours later an earthquake eight times stronger brought down weakened buildings that were damaged in that earthquake, that big one in august. they cannot get a break. >> krystal: your heart goes on tout them. as we bring it back here to our local news and weather, since we are your weather authority, oh my goodness look at that behind you, kelly. a double rainbow. >> kelly: it is. we have so many amazing pictures of this in fro o of our reporter kyndell nunley. she was at a live shot at tivoli village and this was her view. isn't that amazing? >> it doesn't look real. >> kelly: it doesn't. but it is. we saw it on live television. it is not photoshopped. it is real. double rainbow. there's the first one. there's the second one. you can see those rain bands coming down in the background. the rain showers have fizzled out across the area.
technical academy camera. you see the clouds there. you will see showers go by as well. a lot of the activity over toward the west side. summerlin and centennial. then the clouds really breaking up. we're seeing blue sky right now. more clouds are developing over the spring mountains. the bulk of the activity though, it's pretty much over. temperatures warming up. i mean, we're looking at mid and upper 70s. even a few 80 degree mp i don't expect us to rise a whole lot more today. winds are still generally light. however gusts to 29 miles per hour are possible today. let's look at the storm system as a whole here. and it's really been weakening over the last couple hours. i mean, it was pouring by modesto earlier. they had some pretty good rain showers down near los angeles well. we do have a new line starting to form. that's going to be moving toward
watch next supple hours. the bulk of the activity again spring mountains where we're see something of this. out toward the east. so heading over toward mesquite, scattered showers. most of this activity very, very light. heaviest showers coming down over the spring mountains. as we head throughout the day today looking at mostly cloudy skies. gusts up to 25 miles an hour. our highs today? pretty much where we are right now. maybe another degree or two. upper 70s. there is still a possibility for more scattered showers. i the last couple minutes that we're monitoring. so just keep the umbrellas handy today. those showers will come to an end as we get into the overnight hours. 65 degrees. that will be our low tonight. our 7-day forecast? mainly dry conditions for us as we get into saturday. mix of sun and clouds, 81 for the high. the next storm system comes on sunday. this one is going to to bring a chance for showers but a slight chance. less of a chance than what we
well. that's going to clear out monday. monday is halloween. mostly sunny skies, 74 degrees. that's our expected high. temperatures staying in the 70s as we head into the middle of next week. >> krystal: that fall weather is here. love it! so it seems so many have gotten the call. it is a scammer claiming to be from the irs. we heard about this or some other government organization saying that you need to pay up and you need to do it now. >> michelle: we've done a lot of stories on this. officials have announced a huge marie mortera has more on today's rip-off alert. >> marie: dozens of people indicted in a multi-million dollar indian call center scam. here is the latest the investigation. >> unfortunately, we are all too aware of these scams. >> marie: officials announcing more than 60 people and entities now facing charges for their alleged involvement in a trans national criminal organization. >> more than 15,000 victims including many new immigrants to the united states and the elderly were targeted by a
network of call centers oe ridge nalting in india. >> marie: the group says the defendants allegedly called claiming to be from the irs or u.s. citizenship and immigration services. >> we're only as good as our word. when it appears as if we're doing business over the phone in some kind of threatening manner it reflects on what we're trying to accomplish. >> marie: it is a scheme so many know all too well. >> i relive it occasionally thinking that how, you know, how could i be so realize that this was a scam. >> marie: a washington, d.c. victim who did not want to be identified says the caller claimed to be from the irs threatening and tricking him into sending gift cards over a four-day period. >> i'm certainly not expecting any restitution. i just want to help put a stop to this. >> today's actions will not only bring a sense of justice to the victims in this case, but this significant investigation will also help increase awareness for
alert, i'm marie mortera. >> krystal: those are always timely because people always get caught up in these scams. we don't have to tell you, halloween is a few days away, monday, and we want to see your costumes. i know that little girl. that's little kate wagner. >> michelle: the one on the right. so cute. here it is. hashtag #news 3 halloween. we want to see all of your -- is that. wait a minute that is a dog? i couldn't tell. was that a cute. any pets that you have, kids, yourself. we want to see your costumes. we're going to go through these picture mores on the other side
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>> krystal: halloween the countdown is on and we want to see your costumes. so the
hashtag #news 3halloween and this is what you all shared with us so far. we've been looking at these most adorable pictures of people's pets because people love dressing up the this one here. she is the michelin man. this is kelly curran's dog. this is raina. dressed up as a taco and a crocodile. what do you have on your side? >> krystal: this is julia's little girl one of our producers. harry potter always very, very popular. let's go up a little bit. wow! that's an intense makeup.
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"news 3 live at 12:30," another sign the economy is improving here in the valley. the grand opening of tivoli village phase two. after it was delayed. we're going tell bhour this coming up in a live report. >> krystal: news 3 is your weather authority taking a live look outside. looks like a little sun breaking through the crowds clouds, i should say,. may have a little more rain headed our way. kelly curran is tracking it all. >> michelle: forever home friday. the animal foundation here with a look at how you can take a pup home today. that's coming up. >> announcer: news 3 starts right now. >> krystal: thank you for being with us. >> michelle: this is a story quickly developing with just 11 days to go until election day we've learned the fbi is reopening the investiti server. >> krystal: in a letter to the senate judiciary committee fbi director james comey writes the fbi is investigating additional emails that were discovered as part of a separate investigation. comey went on to say the fbi should take appropriate investigative steps to review potentially pertinent emails. the fbi director also saying he wasn't sure how long the additional review would take. clinton's campaign not responding. but we just showed you live