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why the cost of the drug is only the beginning of the problem. >> reed: tragedy up north. aviation officials confirm the worse after a small plane crashes near reno >> announcer: news 3 starts right now. >> reed: we begin with mol ticks. the -- politics. the fbi is set to release material it gave to congress regarding its investigation into hillary clinton's use of her private email server. >> marie: jeff barnd talks to the president of judicial the group fighting to get the e-mails made public. >> reporter: at least 30 emails reported by related to the benghazi attack that killed four americans including ambassador chris stevens were not included in the 60,000 pages turned by mrs. clinton from her private server while she was secretary of state. >> it's frustrating because you see government corruption, in your face government corruption. >> reporter: attorneys for the state department are asking until the end of september to
but the judge has asked the attorneys to submit a report within the week explaining why the redaction process wo take that long. hillary clinton said she withheld and deleted only personal emails not related to her duties as u.s. secretary of state. since that's been debunked by the fbi, tom tells me the scandal is much larger than a political campaign. >> it's pretty clear that the clinton email scandal is now an obama scandal because of their complicit or co-conspirator relationship in keeping the >> reporter: this latest twist comes as a new poll out today as hillary clinton's unfavorability rating reaching a new high. among potential voters, 56 percent view clinton unfavorably compared to 41 percent who have a favorable view of the democratic presidential nominee. compare that to a 49 percent unfavorable rating last summer and some pundits have been saying for months this email issue is beginning to take its toll. >> in washington it's never the crime it's always the cover-up.
beyond november 8th. >> the email scandal going to continue no matter who the president is. >> reporter: in washington i'm jeff barnd reporting. >> reed: it's your chance to sound off in our question of the day. do you think sanctuary cities should exist in the u.s.? a sanctuary city is a name given to a city that follows certain procedures that shelters illegal immigrants. head over to news3lv.com to weigh in. >> marie: brazil has voted to remove its president from remove her for breaking fiscal laws. she was suspended in may. the one-time vice president who has been serving as the interim president will assume the office now and serve out the remainder of the term. debate over who killed an isis leader and american family kidnaped in afghanistan. from the terrorism alert desk. >> reporter: from the terrorism
michelle marsh. russia is taking responsibility for killing a key member of isis. but that is something the u.s. says it's not true. calling russia's claim a joke. tuesday isis admitted its spokesman and chief strategist died an air strike in syria. the pentagon has not yet confirmed his death. meanwhile the taliban in afghanistan is threatening to kill an american hostage, her husband and their two babies. it's demanding the afghan government sto prisoners. you can see kaitlyn coleman and her canadian husband begging their government to put pressure on afghanistan. the state department says it is evaluating the video. new numbers show bookings are down for terror hit tourist countries. turkey is the hardest hit with bookings from september to december down 52 percent. trips to france are down by nearly 20 percent over the same period. spain, portugal and italy are seeing an increase.
>> reed: a strong warning being attached to the nearly 400 pain and anxiety medications. it applies to prescription opioid medications, opioid containing cough products and drugs to treat anxiety, insomnia and seizures. the fda is requiring companies to include boksd warnings. sxertds say combining the drug coos cause serious side effects such as difficult breathing, extreme ee death. health leaders are describing the lack of emergency funding for zika. experts gathered to discuss the emerging health threat. the head of allergies and infectious diseases says it had to borrow money to pay for vaccine development. the centers for disease control and prevention is nearly out of money to fight zika. the cdc has been assisting florida with test kits. they're helping with tracking mosquito control.
a major problem when it's most dangerous to public women. >> people tend to not get upset about it because it's like it's somebody else's problem. and whenever you get a situation where people start to think, it's somebody else's problem, then you get apathy. >> reed: congress is back in session next tuesday where experts are hoping to get the money they need. >> marie: a nevada woman fighting for her right to buy a gun denied by a court. the woman is a medical marijuana card holder. and the feds ban the sale of guns to those who have that card. the ninth u.s. circuit court of appeals is upholding that and says the ban does not violate the second amendment. the ruling applies to the nine western states that fall under the court's jurisdiction including nevada. marijuana remains illegal under federal law. lawmakers return to washington next week one thing on their agenda will be looking
injection which can of course save lives. >> reed: let's put the dollars into perspective. the price went from over $100 to more than $600. the company had no hand at all in research and development. >> marie: our national correspondent kristine frazao looks at the problem some say is far bigger than the cost of one drug. >> reporter: cat says most people who use epi pens keep more than one around. >> you need more than one set. i i have one in the kitchen. >> reporter: many like her are now wondering how the company behind the epi pen can get away with such a huge price increase. >> really the simple answer is just greed. it's companies charge what they can. people make the money they can. and they're ultimately going to charge as much as we will pay to care for people that we love. >> reporter: peter is with public citizens and says the issue is systemic. >> we give pharmaceutical
don't give ourselves the power to negotiate or control price gouging. >> reporter: some pin the blame on government. both on lawmakers who they say hud be doing -- should be doing more and on federal agencies that stipele competition. >> the corner store can't double its prices because you will go somewhere else. the problem here is there's no place else to go. >> reporter: epi pen's prime competition was recalled last year. daraprim made headlines when the company increased the price from $13.50 to $750 a pill! a 5,000 percent increase. while congress has said they'll be investigating the epi pen the kato institute's mike tanner says he is not optimistic. >> this is largely show business. they'll all make speechs about how outraged they are and nothing is going to change.
the difference between life and death. >> when i am using this, i'm trying not to die. >> reporter: in washington i'm kristine frazao reporting. >> reed: crews are digging deeper to bring up lead corroded water pipes in flint, michigan. leaders say both types of pipes appear to be contributing to lead contamination in the drinking water. this is the second phase of a project to switch out water lines around flint. >> ve kicked off or reestablished. it really is. it's been long overdue. people have been waiting for this. we're happy to see the fast start going back on track. >> reed: flint's tap water was contaminated with lead after the source switched from detroit to the flint river in 2014. it was a cost-cutting move while the city was under state financial management. the corrosive river water was not properly treated and caused
passenger of a small plane which crashed trying to land at reno tahoe airport were killed. the faa confirming today following that last night's crash. police say the plane nose dived into a mobile home park next to the airport. the pilot identified as 73-year-old john brown. no one was hurt at the rv park. one witness told authorities it sounded as if the plane's engine had stalled. >> reed: desert heat is blamed for a second death at death valley national de saturday after a report of a missing 40-year-old woman. officials say hung was driving from las vegas to fort irwin and had not been seen since. her body was found late sunday about five miles from an unpaved road. officials believe her vehicle got stuck in loose sand and she tried to walk for help. park rangers say the temperature was 113. >> marie: las vegas is a great city to own a home.
backs that belief up. according to a study by bankrate.com, las vegas, phoenix, atlanta and portland are the best metro areas for homeowners. the study reviewed eight factors. among those: home affordability, appreciation, property taxes and insurance costs. los angeles was on the list of worst metro areas for homeowners. >> reed: july was a very good month for nevada casinos. revenues up ten percent. that's thanks in large part to a ro the state's casinos won just over a billion dollars last month alone. revenue on the las vegas strip rose nearly 17 percent over last year. downtown las vegas winnings were up three percent. >> marie: more than four-and-a-half million dollars is coming to nevada to help veterans. four different groups will split this much needed grant money. the grants are aimed to help low income veteran families maintain stability or find permanent
about one of our local veterans. benza has pasted away at 91. you may remember him from stories we've done here at news 3. a veteran who was at normandy on d day. he was one of our best sources on world war ii. he often shared his stories with younger generations as well. he had been battling prostate cancer. more on his life and times tonight on "news 3 live at six." >> very well and thank him for his service. a small act of kindness but it's having a major impact. >> marie: next at 3:30 we'll show what one college football did that's lighting up social media in a positive day. >> reed: it's wednesday so we're going open the video vault. tom will reintroduce us to one of las vegas's most popular forecasters from years ago. >> chloe: maybe i could do the weather like that.
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this is for southbound traffic there on the 15. obviously could cause a bit of a traffic situation. this accident is approaching the 95. keep an eye out for this if you are planning to get out and hit that part of town. >> reed: restoration work on the u.s. capitol dome is nearly complete. it's actually on time and under budget by about -- well quite a bit of money. it had so we're hearing they didn't have to spend that much. according to house speaker paul ryan the two-year project will be ready ahead of january's presidential inauguration. work included fixing thousands of cast iron cracks. >> marie: your daily weather forecast, you know it's one of the biggest parts of any television broadcast. >> reed: tom hawley went digging and came across video of a guy named barry, a weatherman from more than 40 years ago.
>> tom: weather has been a staple of tv newscast for as long as they've been around. when i was a kid in las vegas in the late 60s one of the most popular and memorable people giving the forecast was barry zavan the weatherman. the nation's highest maximum was 93 degrees. >> tom: barry talks about moving to las vegas in a memoir "life among the time but not all the time the weather was just about the same. >> which presented a challenge when the weather segment lasted five minutes. >> what i did was cover the weather for the entire united statess on my local forecast because half of the people or more were from somewhere else. the visions were low tech.
>> i would just write all over it with a parking pen. and it seemed to personalize it more. i've been told that over the years it's more fun to see somebody like in a classroom messing the whole map up. >> tom: of course las vegas offered something more weather intensive cities couldn't. >> nowhere but nowhere will one find such an array of collections. >> i found myself deeply in the celebrity culture. >> tom: and often people who tourists came to watch were watching him. >> they became fans of mine. sammy davis junior. >> tom: it was a city with pizzazz. >> and plenty of friendly western hospitality! the friendliness, the hometown feeling of las vegas was so
city. he lives in minneapolis/st. paul. his book is available on amazon. >> reed: love it. we discussed would you prefer the digital or markers. >> marie: reminds me of football. where they had the x's and o's and they were dragging lines across. let's talk about the good stuff here where this is our chance to a star for the florida state seminoles but a photo is making him a staff in a different way. sixth grader beau has autism. because he is different he is a bit of an out cast. do you see anybody sitting next on him? beau eats lunch alone almost every day. not yesterday. travis and other football
when travis saw beau alone he sat down to chat with him. travis says beau is a cool person he'll hang out any time and even offered beau his cell phone number. >> marie: i hope that beau is the most popular kid at school now. >> reed: he better be darn it. >> marie: a young southern nevada girl made it her mission to help police is about to make her latest donation to law enforcement. you may recall story on teresa babcock. her lemonade stand raised money to help buy equipment and protective vets for k-9 officers. in just a few minutes teresa and her dad are going to drop off $700 to metro to help with their k-9 unit. before that the stand that you
money inform officers killed in baton rouge. inspiration life lessons from young people in our community. i absolutely love it. let's keep this conversation going. sweet make sure to join that conversation on facebook. we love to hear the good stuff happening. click the thumbs up icon and search for ksnv news 3 las vegas on facebook. let's get a look at what's coming up on nougs >> marie: a family speaks out after a loved one is murdered. the message they're sending to his killer. >> the dangerous of an opioid drug abuse in nevada. what state leaders want to do to stop the growing problem. severe turbulence forced a plane to make emergency landing. the flight originated in houston and had to land in ireland. all the injuries have left. we're told they're okay and glad to hear it.
clouds behind you. >> we're going see unsettled weather later in the week. the big talker. don't these clouds look like they're from toy story. there is a chance of thunderstorms developing. first let's take in this live pictures outside. this is the best time to be sending in photos. we're probably going to see a beautiful sunset tonight. hint hint everyone if you want to see your pictures on our newscast. very nice conditions at the lake. winds are picking up more this
temperatures. mesquite 104 at virgin valley high school. anthem 101 at the moment. at frank lamping elementary school 104 degrees at sunrise acres elementary school. here's what it looks like across the map. 98 summerlin. 103 downtown area. 103 sunrise. aliante coming in at winds more prominent compared to yesterday. in the ten to 15-mile-an-hour category. temperatures outside the valley. 100 boulder city. 101 pahrump. 99 for indian springs. still fairly warm. more unsettled weather is headed in our direction. first we're going to talk about
hermine moving into the gulf excuse me portions of florida. we're tracking the movement of hurricane madeleine moving in towards the southeast portion of the big island. certainly makes us thankful for much calmer weather. as we take a look like i said always talked about today is the additional clouds developing. more changes in the forecast and allowing for thunderstorms to pop up later this week with best chances of us seeing thunderstorms by tomorrow afternoon. just be aware of that. overnight tonight. still very nice weather conditions. temperatures dropping into the low 80s. winds decreasing overnight. 85 degrees for the low at lake mead. 72 pahrump and 56 mount
we're going to see our high temperatures slightly above normal for this time of year in las vegas. still above the triple-digit threshold. as we look ahead to the next few days. i know a lot of people have been asking what is labor day weekend going to be like? breezes will continue through the rest of the workweek into the weekend along with a decrease in temperatures to compliment the forecast. 93 raise your hand if you have the day off. i don't [ laughter ] >> marie: we'll be here but it's going to be okay for laboring on labor day because it will still be pleasant. >> chloe: for those not working you can send us photos of fabulous weather reed thanks. an annual tradition. thousands of people battle it out in an epic tomato fight in spain today. 20,000 people pelted each other with 160 tons of ripe tomatoes
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