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>> we have wrappeded up the interview and he joins us now live from the county jail. >> reporter: he said he's seen better days. here is a picture that was printed in a british newspaper showing him in his noble garbvment he used to live in a castle at one time and now in the jail house in the county detention center. behind bars, 53-year-old alexander manchester professed british nobility despite being from australia. the self- proclaimed duke of manchester faceded the judge for one of the three court cases he faces. he broke into a home and burglarized the property.
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[inaudible] i know i didn't do. >> reporter: he was jailed again for filing a false police report. he said his wife attacked him with a comboichlt he said british royals would not approve of his behavior. >> i am ashamed and disgusted with myself. >> reporter: the defense attorney for manchester expects his client to agree t deal. the duke said that is not true. >> i didn't do. it>> reporter: the duke of manchester will appear in court in late saecht. his defense attorney said that is where he will make a plea deal. reporting live on news three. >> anchor: thank you for. that a bizarre stand between chris brown and los angeles pd
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on her. it started at 3:00 and ended at 2:00. brown refused to come out of the mansion and posting profanity filled videos on instagram while police tried to get him out. he's in the white shirt and redcap. this is after the police served a search warrant. the woman with said brown threatened her with a gun after an argument over lr of brown's house. at this point, no arrests were made. a local jury started to deliberate a case we told you you after two disruptions in the court today in a trial of a man accused of killing a teen for an
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[inaudible] that's enough. that's enough. >> anchor: a lot going on there. let me walk you through what i know was doing. one with of the defendant's friends started the trouble and walked out of the courtroom after solisdwas restrained. very late this afternoon, this case was handed to the jury which is now deliberating his fate. he left home to get a that's the final memory a mother is held with every day. >> anchor: that mom is speaking out about cracking down on pedestrian deaths. >> anchor: what is done to try to get people's attention, denice? >> reporter: [inaudible]
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[inaudible] [road noise] i talked to one mom. >> they were passing over and we live right. there>> reporter: sharon bush has had three and half years to think about it. >> he was outside of the cross walk. >> reporter: the nine her son james was hit and killed acrossing fla safety and jay walking can be a death sentence. >> whether it is it is a mile away or the distance, it is important to it use the cross walk. >> reporter: already this year, 34 pedestrians were killed in clark county. it will take e's to change attitude. education and enforcement.
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walking. >> it is for them. >> reporter: mike janeson said flashing lights at cross walk and dedicated bus turn outses are coming soon to eastern, long- term improvementes to do more. >> we'll going to improve the roadway and and widen sidewalk street lighting. and more lighting for the make it a better street. >> reporter: janesen said ten people were kit on -- hit on eastern alone. it will expand to other neighborhoods. for sherry bush no bad idea for public safety. a message three years too late for her son. >> i don't want any other parent to feel the way i do.
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on eastern, [inaudible] the cross walk way over there for eastern. and as you have been able to hear i am in the bus stop. some people say it is easier to cross walk. but sherry said don't do it. it is something she learned and upon wants us to learn from. >> anchor: not worth taking that a major blow to isis. a senior strategist was killed in syria. mammogram a nani played a major role in orchestraing attacks around the world. he was behind the deadly terror attack in paris that killed 139 people. he was taken out in the hometown
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he was the most vocal isis leader calling for lone wolf attacks against the western terg arts. an adult conversation needed to help law enforcement to get in the enupon crypted phone of suspects. the move came after apple refused to help the bureau find a way to get 14 people died in that attack. fbi director james comey said the fbi got 500 phones but couldn't get in some of them. that was evidence that was not found to catch criminals. hardy is back on the job. will republican congressman telling news three, he's feeling just fine. and we caught up with him where
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u.s. chamber. he suffered two heart episodes and two stints put in yesterday. hardy tells us there is no muscullar damage. >> and harry reid is asking the fullback fib to investigate the threat of russian hackers tampering with with the elections. >> this comes after arizona and illinois has been breached by hackers. reid wrote fbi that there is evidence of a direct connection tweep the russian government and donald trump's campaign. the fbi warning states to be on guard against hackers. federal authorities advising states to scan election systems for possible sign was hacking. >> hillary clinton's use of private e-mail for public business brings up new questions in the decision for 2016.
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they took in the investigation of the private e-mail server. those notes are expected to come out tomorrow. the clinton campaign ask they be made public. clinton meet as part of the federal investigation in the e-mail. and after that interview, the fbi recommended no charges should be brought against her. >> anchor: new controversy surrounding one of huma abedin. they are ordering the state department to hand over documents he worked on. it is in response to judicial watch questioning her dual work. the race between donald trump and hillary clinton is getting closer. nbc survey monkey poll shows six percent.
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clinton with with the independent voters. four points separate them. last week the point spread was 12. we'll get you caught up on the traffic. we have tom holly to give us a bird's eye view. you are on the east side of the valley. >> it is a fender bender and the accident is not that bad. on eastbound fla mingo and the cars got mixed up. and left side. flamingo project. they are redoing it by sections. and look at what that is doing to the eastbound commuter. and work also on tropicana. and so kind of a mess but looks like the accident such as it is relatively minor.
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answers with the company that makes epi pen. >> you know, dogs are bilingual, too? maybe dogs really do understand what we say to them. >> another hot day coming up. and humidity and thunderstorms.
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for seniors like barbara, social security makes a difference every month. but for the wall street types who've given congressman joe heck's campaigns over $500,000, social security could mean billions of dollars in fees. that's what privatizing social security means and why joe heck and wall street support it. under heck's privatization plan, retirement security gets risked on the stock market.
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are you on? senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this ad. >> anchor: breaking news, chris brown is under arrest on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon with. this coming from an 12 hour stand off outside of his home. he is standing outside with a white t- shirt and redcap. 3:00 in the morning today, a woman called 911 to say brown pulled a gun on her. he refused to come out of the house and only when the police had a search warrant with chris brown's attorney there that he talked peacefully with the
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chris brown is detained by the l.a. pd. >> a lot of news came in. also senator marco rubio has apparently won his primary and he will go on to the general election to go back to the senate. a lot of people think he will run for president in four years. >> and now from politics t to pups. >> they bark and we listen. >> not only listen to what we say, but they know know what the words mean. >> there is new evidence and connection we have with the dogs. >> reporter: we are dog lovers and happy to have them sit or stay. you may be surprised they know what those words mean. our canine companions understand human language. take a look.
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happy to not so happy and embarrassed at times. dogs can understand humans, too. researchers trained dogs to sit still in a functional scanner. they spoke words in a sing- song good boy voice and then tried a neutral tonight. good boy. and brain scans show regardless of how the tone sounded. and they understood the meaning of the words. the theory is that the words good boy are good thing when they are said in a positive tonight. even if they have selective hearing, eventually, they figuring it out. >> good boy. >> not going to discriminate here. if you have a cat, it is likely
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>> when i had a cat growing up. that cat never cared what i said or anything >> and they rolled their eyes. >> thank you. >> and north carolina bracing for a tropical storm as we speak. look at the surf kicked up by the storm. the storm will stay offshore and gusty winds and several inches r carolina. >> check this out. a view of the major hurricane churning in the pacific. hurricane lester is bearing down on hawaii. a category 3 storm and packing winds up to 120. and madeline is close tore hawaii from the big island and those winds are blowing at 120. >> look at the images from space
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power of those storms. >> jenna will track those and you cover the whole planet and beyond. >> we'll update those tropical systems. but starting outside of our planet more or less. it is coming from the space station. days are shorter and nights longer, we start to see the norther lights. this is quebec and we'll probably get more pictures like this over the next few months as episodes in alaska and canada and parts of the northern u.s. and clouds in the spring mountains to the west and forther to the east to get wet air or wet period. in fact over the zion national park, you can see the thicker clouds and they might get thunderstorms tomorrow. and indicator 106 and 10 percent relative humidity.
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and still a dry air mass. double-digits withsomer land and high lands. and 108 for high temperatures in the las vegas neighborhoods. and that is out at the lake 104. and death valley in the 100 and midteens. and we here today temperature. goes down as an above normal day. and it will not be official until tomorrow, but hottest summer since weather records were kept unless we go to below 0 tomorrow morning. and tomorrow 80s and work our way to hundred by lunch time and
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miles per hour. gaster here moving away from the u.s. the tropical depression is not impacting north carolina. they are goating waves. and the other depression in the gulf. that will go to northwestern florida. that might be be a problem because it is strengthening. madeline will hang a left and miss the big island barely to the south. and from 140 to 120. track to hawaii and we are watching both of them. it is it a turbulent day on the islands tomorrow and thursday as well nothing going on here yet. that is about to change. the moisture. you will feel the humidity increase tomorrow. and better chance on thursday
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>> we'll have low temperatures and 103 in the lake. and looking at 109. and las vegas valley. clearing 83 tonight. and tomorrow, high temperatureses, and we'll be cooking. 105. and clouds pop up oaf the mountains and a thunderstorm. but we'll not see anything in the valley tomorrow. and 20 percent now, but we'll watch how all of this evolves. and dry and i decided that labor day should extend to tuesday. temperatures in the mid to upper 90s beginning on saturday and lasting through the weekend. >> perfect timing, thfrpg you.
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i pledge allegiance, to the flag [continues in background] they're bringing drugs, they're brigning crime, they're rapists... you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes... blood coming out of her...wherever [pledge continues in background] t i said. ah, i don't remember." i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters... get him the hell out of here... get him out of here! get out!
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we sent him here to fix it. but congressman joe heck became part of the problem. wall street invested over a half-million dollars in congressman heck's campaigns, ecurity, handing wall street billions in fees, but risking our retirement in the stock market, cutting benefits, putting wall street ahead of us. congressman heck -- what's wrong with washington.
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sad news for our state. the wife of former nevada governor has passed away. bone bryant passed away earlier here in las vegas following a long battle with leukemia. a family spokes person said she was a splendid example of a first lady and role model for young people. she was 77 she and richard have been together almost 60 of those years and our heart goes out to the bryant family. bonnie was so much fun. she was battled leukemia. she is survived by her husband and three children. and a warning from a local homeowner, burglars try to get
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a garbage door opener. what they stole and why they couldn't get in the house. >> 15 years after the 9/11 terror attack. new health concerns for the first responders. >> it is impacting the brains of rescuers. there is breathing problem and cancer and illnesses and some are showing sign of alzheimer's and flash back and nightmares have the problem. >> and epi pen. how they decided to charge people $600. the mylandrug company has a week to answer the question. myland, will offer a generic
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offering a deal to get customers back. >> every sunday, customers can get a free e-mail with with a entry. and free drink with a meal this month. yeah, we only encouraging people to try them once again in case they strayed away. >> that's it for us at five.
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breaking news tonight. hurricane watches and warnings just issued. a triple threat up and down the eastern seaboard and all the way to hawaii, bracing for impact. also breaking, isis says the leader at the top of america's kill list is dead. did the u.s. just take out the major strategist behind so many horrific attacks. a governor under fire for a profanity laced rant and accusation of repeated raist and inflammatory remarks. and a prep school rape case that gripped the nation, the victim reveals herself publicly for the first time. the mission she is on. and amazing rescue. a heart stopping pileup caught on camera. a woman trapped, her car


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