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>> good morning. the defendant in this case is shain ross and some of the key evidence in this case is security video. when metro detectives first took a look at this video they had no idea the suspect was mayor shain ross ease son. that evidence helped them capture him ultimately. we're learning exactly how police closed in on shain ross. there were but it was a victim from the last holdup that i.d.ed ross. another victim held at gunpoint. shain is bat american league diction issues. >> it made me want to pray for him more and encourage him and hopefully he can overcome that because that's a really
>> that was her sympathetic response after learning the news about the addiction issues that the ross family has shared. after being arrested we learned from the police report that shain ross did ask detectives for permission to call his dad in order to get advice. shain will be in court this morning. i'll be there to cover it and we'll have the results for you
>> krystal: reports of trimmers being felt. we have breaking news of an overnight. 6.2 magnitude everything and you can see the devastation behind me 50 miles to the east of the capitol of rome. the death toll at 37 but that is expected to go much higher. these buildings are very old. they have had people being
there but they are continuing to search for victims underneath all of that in central italy. >> president obama met with flood victims in louisiana yesterday. the president hugging people outside their flood ravaged homes amidst piles of debris. the president telling them and the nation the country and government are here for them. things happen it can seem too much to bear. but what i want the people of louisiana to know is you are not alone on this. >> krystal: historic rains taking the lives of 13 people and displacing thousands more. >> dana: the woman whose husband was killed in a scaffold accident here in town is talking
to work the day it happened. he was killed when the scaffolding he was working on collapsed on monday. his widow wants to know who is to blame. her husband worked 7 days a week to support his family. she doesn't know how she and their three children are going to make it now that he's gone. >> i said don't go, it's just a day. he was the one working. he was the main head here. >> jackie is unable to work because one of her three children has down syndrome. osha is investigating the cause of this collapse. they want to know who is to blame as well. when we figure that out, we will let you know.
tired of the popup ads as you might b. how google is going to help cut down on the unwanted advertisements. >> krystal: a fighter jet crashed in las vegas. fortunately no one hurt but that was not the case 52 years ago when disaster struck a neighborhood near nellis air force base. tom is taking us back as we head into the video vault on this wednesday. >> dana: before we send to you motor cycle accident before noon yesterday. that is phil. look at the smile on his face. this is a giant of a man. he was 6'4". a basketball player and he brought light into all of our lives. he was only 43 years of age when he was killed in that accident yesterday. this guy was a character. i've never met anybody like phil
phil. >> krystal: i couldn't find anyone with a negative thing to say about this man. you can see from this. he always made you laugh. >> dana: this is him all the time. this is not him on a good day. this is him every day. >> krystal: we had a christmas video. this is a group picture we took of the morning show. he's always he always brought a smile to our face. one thing i'll take away from phil is he always tried to make your day a little better. if we can do that for everybody we meet. >> dana: we love phil and we're
vacant lot. it has happened before. it happened back in 1964 but there are still people that remember. >> i could hear the sound of the aircraft and saw it go over. >> he was a student south of nellis air force base. the f105 was up to 14 think pounds of bombs and part of everyday life here. >> you had planes breaking the sound barrier all the time. >> i was always in wonderment as they flew over and to see the nose up and tail down, i knew something was wrong. >> he had been at the controls of the 105. he radioed back his landing gear was not retracting.
directly in his path an elementary school with with hundreds of kids. he stayed with the plane. it was paid up big that the guy was a hero. the guy flew over the school. as that tragedy was averted five residential houses were destroyed, three children were killed. betty died trying to receive her baby. a priest giving last rights to the pilot. >> it was on newspapers. it was front page of both papers for several days. >> the danger continued with live ammo mixed in the wreckage. a horrific scene. today it's hard to tell anything happened there unless you know what happened there. >> that development was single story and there are one or two double story and those are the
>> krystal: fascinating. tom, we love your stories. theurgy us a glimpse into history we probably wouldn't know. you can help make a child's wish come true. you can donate your airline miles and help the children take off to where they want to if you don't have piles to donate you can donate money. you do so much work with make a wish. >> dana: i can't wait to go to
215. >> kelly: we have nice cool temperatures again this morning. not quite as cool as yesterday but pleasant. spring valley you are coming in at 76. here is a look at the radar picture. there is that storm system that moved through and then fizzling out as valley. now we're seeing quiet conditions through the area. 101 is the expected temperature with wind out of the south at five-10. tonight a low of 80. mostly clear skies. our seven-day forecast looking at lots more sunshine. 102 tomorrow and back to the upper 90's. lows in the 70's. i'm pretty excited.
august going out like a lamb. jane king is hanging out with us this morning in new york city. there is something going on on the internet these days. those popup ads drive me crazy. >> the thing about them is the x is microscopic. you can't shut them down. google about to deal a small blow to some of the ads on mobile devices. results and rank them lower. >> dana: pokemon go was a big deal for a while. now it's kind of on the way down. >> just like that. the popular pokemon go game has begun to fizzle out. at least that's the take away that usage of the app has dropped by tens of millions of users.
dropped from a peek of 45 million right after it launched to 30 million last week. a lot of kids going back to school too so that could have something to do with it. >> dana: when you get an ice drink at starbucks seems like they fill up the whole cup with ice. >> there was a lawsuit related to that. starbucks can put as much ice as they want in your beverage. a judge dismissed the cups are clear and make it easy to see the drink consist of ice and liquid. there is another lawsuit about this in illinois that hasn't been settled yet. the lawyer for starbucks went into court and said the case is easy, it's called an ice drink, there is going to be a lot of
showing moments that a driver just took out an electric road sign this. happening in boston. the massachusetts department of transportation had an arrow board blocking the center lane. that man driving a cadillac just slammed into the sign. officials say this was a 60-year-old who suffered minor injuries and was ultimately taken to the hospital. the driver appear in court. there were no injuries reported to the work crew fortunately in the tunnel. >> dana: an alert neighbor helped deputies arrest several squat whores had taken over a house while the homeowner was on vacation.
she said it was weird that they just started living there in that house when she never saw the first owners move out. deputies investigated and arrest a man and woman that destroyed the inside of the house while squatting with another adult, three children and five dogs. sheriff's department said the group spray painted walls, broke doors and windows. the real homeowner returned from vacation to more than $8,000 worth of >> some private schools have gone back. clark county kids are gearing up to go. some of the back to school pictures we've seen from other parts of the country going viral . the morning we have another one for you. meet the star of this back to school take and hear the story behind the post. >> dana: there is a teacher out there that does not assign homework. one teacher is doing it not just
find out why she does not assign homework coming up. >> krystal: we're following this story out of italy. a deadly earthquake, 6.2 magnitude. the hardest hit town 50 miles northeast of rome. we know right now the death toll stands at 38. people have been digging through rubble in some cases with bare hands to try and pull
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>> tom: there is a work zone there so you had the orange barrels. just moved around different to take care of the accident. an accident at spring mountain road and decatur not going to cause a big problem. all travel times running in the green. >> kelly: as you are stepping out the door this morning you willic this day going. in the las vegas valley we are looking at 75-degrees. drier conditions expected to be the case today. mostly sunny skies. high 101. 90's will be back.
minutes. >> krystal: we're liking the double digits. >> dana: been a long hot nightmare that's almost over. >> krystal: a teacher in alaska has a lot of people talking about announcing her new homework policy for this year. >> dana: it's no homework. fifth grade teacher just trying to increase the amount of time that parents and kids can spend together at home. >> krystal: not a bad idea. >> we think you have to have homework because they are not middle schooler and there is a lot of homework. it's stressful. >> dana: yeah it's stressful. she wants the kids to play after school. she wants them to hang out with their parents and talk about their days together. too much homework for your child here? search the kim and dana wagner facebook pages and sound off right there. >> krystal: when there is
too. >> dana: got to help with the math homework for sure. >> krystal: this little boy is going to put a smile on your face. lost his arms and legs at the age of two because of an infection. he had a double hand transplant. the first ever to receive it. a year later we're going to find out how he is recovering and he's incredible. >> dana: you are going to hear from him. sounds like he's about 30. darey farmers are there. there is a solution wait until
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>> tom: there is an accident just before you get to hollywood so that is near the far east end of charleston. also an accident down to the south on the 215 eastbound. this is just after midnight but they are still working on the cleanup out there. travel times looking good on the freeways. no delays up on the major roads. let's get to weather kelly. >> we have storms roll through la we expect mostly clear skies as the sun comes up this morning. at 3:00 100. temperatures are going to get a little warmer before another cooldown on the way. >> krystal: we appreciate that. there is a public out cry over the skyrocketing cost of epi pens. they can be life saving for people with food allergies.
>> this last year has been like a roller coaster, up, down, fast, slow, it's been -- it's just been crazy. >> dana: this guy has been through so much. you would think it would make hill depressed. he's handling it all. we love this kid. he's going to be on "the today more what he has to say about life. the amoeba generally lives in warm fresh water.
massive swelling. 90% of cases are deadly. this teen survived. the drug to treat the amoeba is manufactured in florida and was delivered within minutes. >> dana: they are trying to make a comeback. do you think this is going to happen back here in nevada? zoning in on two popular fantasy gaming sites that have made their way to nevada and were kicked out in 2015. they are hoping a pitch for a change can make them legal here in the coming years. an effort to get legal by suggesting a change to the law
[indiscernible] . the governor questioned whether that should matter after a gaming expert said nevada could be alone in fighting these types of companies. >> are you suggesting that we leave the legal analysis is important as the fact of watching what is happening lout the rest of the country. >> moving forward they won't vote on any changes until 2017. we'll keep you posted. >> krystal: thank you for staying on top of that one. the olympic flag on the move w. the flag ended up today. we're taking a live look right now. and where it will stay for several years. >> dana: the united states
how much cheese they purchased and why ahead. >> krystal: this out of italy. 38 people have been killed. they are still on the search for survivors after a 6.2 magnitude earthquake december last year. 14 americans are killed in a mass shooting inspired by isis. in the aftermath, congressman joe heck had the chance to ban suspected
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>> krystal: can having too much cheese be a problem? apparently it is for u.s. dairy farmers. dairy farmers have seen revenues drop by 35% in the last two years. what is the solution to this? the u.s. government is going to step in and excess cheese. it then plans to give the cheeses to food banks to help feed the hungry. it comes after the u.s. department of agriculture announced $11 million in assist tons dairy producers. i never thought too much cheese was a problem. >> dana: the first time i heard about it was in the 1970's.
we had an accident at the 215. that is road work as well. no flashing lights. we'll take you to the bowl where we have light traffic south bound on the 15. seven minute drive to the 215. 95 and 215 looking good as well side. let's check weather with kelly. >> we had storms move through last night so everything starting to quiet down. mainly clear skies. temperatures comfortable. 79 is the temperature. as we take a look at other temperatures around the area,
ken raised $396 for fisher house to help out military families. we're glad to see them getting that money. >> dana: it's been tricky of late. when you have thunderstorms that drop the temperatures 20-degrees in five minutes. coming up even school police officers get ready for the first day of school. this guy showing his silly side. what is on that board he's holding? >> krystal: could the case against beauberg call be dismissed? >> 6.2 magnitude eric struck.
firefighters want to hear. the firefighters have to come rescue you. we're looking east and as you can see a lot of blue out there. a lot of haze in the sky but quieter conditions than during the overnight hours. temperatures heading out the door it's quite pleasant. green valley you are at 77 and sunrise 78. he came through last night. some pretty intense rain showers. lot of lightning too. conditions this morning quiet. we're looking at mostly sunny skies. pahrump 102. boulder city 99. mesquite 101 for your forecast
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that's meatloaf. this was 1995 so 21 years ago. he was interviewing meatloaf as part of good morning with ann and nick. >> you never know where people are going to end up. that is so cool. >> krystal: you know what you can do, you can make a child's dream come true. we're them possible. you can donate your airline miles and help more children take off to where they want to go. this is the wishes in flight telethon. news 3 teaming up with 93.1 the party and make a wish. holding the telethon and going to be hanging out at dave and busters. >> dana: the party is going to be at dave and busters all day for like 13 hours.
some of our local wish children. did you know that a majority of wishes that these kids have involve airline flights. that is why airline miles are so needed because they are flying from here to disneyworld. a lot of times they go to hawaii so we need the airline miles. >> krystal: we love sharing their stories on monday. a pile of bones -- why a pile of airport. we have the story coming up. >> dana: tracy potts is live from washington as we take a live look at the white house. this is coming up in 45 minutes from now. tracy potts talking about decision 2016. donald trump taking a little bit of heat because he's talking about changing his immigration policy. clinton taking a lot of heat these days because of her clinton foundation.
given access to the secretary of state of the united states. donald trump is supposed to be here friday but cancel it would visit. >> krystal: they are supposed to reasked cruel that visit so he'll probably be coming here shortly. we're a battleground state. everybody wants to come here. we're bringing you images from italy. they are working trying to pull survivors out of this, an earthquake. so far we have w people have lost their lives. it was a 6.2 magnitude earthquake happening overnight. still searching for survivors. 150 people missing. this happened close to rome. >> dana: about 50 miles northeast of rome while most people were sleeping. because these buildings are so old, earthquakes do a lot of damage. the buildings in las vegas are
plus -- >> i said don't go. >> krystal: that's the widow of a local worker killed in that scaffolding accident. she's speaking out this morning. what she told him before he left for >> krystal: i like the direction we're headed. >> dana: we begin with tom up in sky 3. >> tom: we've been in pretty good shape on the roadways so