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>> right now on news3 live in prime. struck and run down. the reas b plus, no holiday weekend in republicans and democrats. their final push before the election. >> news3 starts right now. >> the doctors tell me a lot that he's lucky to be live. >> 16-year-old boy is lucky to be alive, after being run over
i'm alexis hernandez, gerard ramalho is off. live.at umc. >> doctors tell anthony orosco's family tell them he is lucky to be alive. some of the images are ftc lies in a hospital bed at umc. broken bones, cracked spine, and several internal injuries. >> i can't move my neck. i can't move some body parts, have fractured bones and broken bones. >> the northwest career and technical academy student stuck in the intensive care unit after he was run off wednesday afternoon, right after school let out. >> anthony was headed to his car
than 20 feet. >> anthony's father has lived at the hospital for these past few days. >> he was lucky to be alive. the tire broke his collarbone, and they said if i.t. had been a little bit more, it could have run over his head. >> the driver was texting at the time. she was only given a traffic ticket. anthony's family and friends praying. >> anthony has dreams of becoming a surgeon one day, a kid with ambition that doesn't let up even though he's in hospital. >> i'm in hospital, not in school, missing so much. >> and anthony's family is expecting so much, there is a long road of recovery for
more than a few minutes at a time at this point. nathan o'neil news3. >> thank you nathan. still no sign of a murder homicide suspect who escaped from las vegas. he remains on the loose, according to police aa 25-year-old was in an interview room shortly after his friday arrest. they say he turned the handcuffs until he broke free, while a detective was out of the room. august 27 shooting of 31-year-old mohammed robinson. he is considered armed and dangerous. call crime stoppers if you can help police. it is day 2 of a long three day holiday weekend, weather perfect, temperature showing signs of cooling off. if there's one negative, it's the air quality. clark county issued an advisory
ozone. sensitive groups are not occurring but that could still change. with early voting starting in less than 50 days and general election in 60 days, campaigning ising heavy. attendance with california congresswoman barbara lee, and hundreds of volunteers canvassed neighborhoods in the valley and manning phone banks to reach voters. in the presidential race, donald trump is still behind the polls to hillary clinton. trump courted black voters in detroit, while hillary clinton was in battleground state of
nbc'sjennifer johnson has the story. >> still trailing hillary clinton in the polls and way behind black voters, donald trump made his first campaign visit to an african american church in detroit this weekend. >> ifully understand, there are many wrongs that still need to be made right. >> reporter: on sunday, trump's running mate again tried to clear up his controversial d >> what donald trump has said is that we have to immediately suspend immigration in any countries that have been compromised from terrorism. >> clinton tends to head to the battle ground state of ohio. while bernie sanders is claiming his support. >> there is no question in my mind, hillary clinton is far far and away the superior candidate.
not indict her. >> when you read the materials, and the articles about the materials, they go into detail as to why the fbi said there was no need for additional proceedings. >> polls continue to show over 60% of americans don't trust clinton. congress comes back to this week for an abbreviated preelection session. not much action is expected except keeping the government fr jennifer johnson, nbc news, washington. >> herp mein is becoming the storm that just won't go away. moving up the eastern seaboard and the areas that could get hit by the tropical storm over the labor day holiday. plus, celebration over the
>> residents and staffers at a local memory care held a barbecue to celebrate the end of summer. they also had chance to remember gene wilder who died this week from slierms disease. alzheimer's disease. >> it's a celebration and it's here we found 91 year old rita verone who knows some stories herself. >> my mother years ago, said a lot of people won't stop to caught you margarita, can you do
>> i'm in bed by 8:00. >> rita is more than 5 million americans with dementia, some with alzheimer's. to get along with the infectious laugh, rita has hope. the labor day celebration research for people like her. >> imaging to show there was improvement in the demonstrating some measure there was some improvement in their thinking process. >> what dr. alvin lynn is describing is a new drug from the company biogen that promises to break up the ameloyd that builds up in a patient's brain. remarkable, still too early to call it a cure. >> at least we have something
impact my patients here in nevada. so even though i'm a republican, i won't be voting for joe heck. joe heck's voted ten times to defund planned parenthood, which thousands of women depend on for cancer screenings. and heck opposes a woman's right to choose even when her health is at risk. for me and my patients, joe heck makes no sense. ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? >> hermine is no longer a hurricane but it still has some punch with 70 mile-per-hour winds.
and crawling up the atlantic. while it hasn't reached hurricane strength it is still causing damage. >> reporter: while hermine churned in the atlantic, big waves crashed along the eastern seaboard. the winds have already started to erode some beaches. >> we were here yesterday with our granddaughter. everything was flat, now today, there's a couple foot drop already. >> we're here for another what are we going to do for another week? wee have no beach! >> while the storm has taken a turn to the east new jersey governor chris christie has taken a position. >> lasting through wednesday rather than ending on tuesday as originally reported. >> beach goers have been warned
although some surfers couldn't stay away. >> big and amazing waves. >> storm dampingen labor day weekend. dan shenaman acknowledge nbc news. >> traveling back from a trep from the bahamas, the carnival pride group brought the ship to shore several hours keeping the water out and people safe on slippery floors. let's turn it over to jerry to see how the start of the work week is looking. >> it was an interesting story, hermine certainly not going to affect us but a potential storm called neuzton might. we'll talk about that first. time lapse, as we saw earlier, we did have an air quality issued for some smoke and you'll see that blowing through the
marked improvement in the afternoon. here's whether it looked like at sunset, current shot same vista, you can see skies have darkened and with the wind direction changing, our average wind direction is south southwest, and tomorrow it's going to have an east northeast component. so i don't think the winds are going to really be indicative of tomorrow what they were today, and i don't think we're going to have to worry all that much downtown currently 88 at our studios, also 88 at henderson, noticeably cooler, highs, we don't want to do the lows, we'll do the highs, 94 downtown, 94 henderson, in fact some areas,
quite comfortable. southern valley 86, i show you this because they had a wind gust of 36 miles an hour, northwest winds@10 miles an hour. a little cooler, henderson, wind gust a little over 30 miles an hour. , southern nevada not a triple digit to be scene, unless you want to head over to california and death 90, and death valley, over 100. forecast 93 five below normal and that's our first below normal day this month. tomorrow will be our second. currently 87? out at the airport. tomorrow look for an afternoon high at 93, what it was today. better on balance it is going to be a beautiful labor day holiday.
a mess down along the gulf, lots of moisture down there, some pretty good thunderstorms as can you see up in the dakotas and also the western planes, the rockies, but moisture moving away from us not towards us, nothing here in the ocean. sitting pretty going into the holiday. the forecast being problem is not only tropical depression by wednesday afternoon it should be in the sea of cortez up here and then eventually working some moisture into arizona. et southern nevada or not, that's the 64,000 dollar question. probably just spread some clouds but that's subject to change. overnight lows, really refreshing up ton mountain. 67 for a low in pahrump, they hit 90 today, 94 in mesquite. temperatures bottoming out in the mid and even upper 60s.
day. let's plan our day 7:00 a.m. 70, 85 by noon, 95 by 5:00. not advantageous for smoke, 67 up on the mountain to 86 at red rock and at lake mead 96, the water temperature of 81?, here's your seven-day forecast. we do have a warming trend to talk about but even by week's end we're only up at 100? which means we'll b of the day with generally dry air. although i think we'll see a rise in humidity when that system moves our way. if it develops it will be called newton, not necessarily after sirs isaac. >> tomorrow the temperatures are great to be out on the water. >> to be anywhere. >> how about in the mountains in the 60s! >> a lot of people will be out and about.
who died last week at 91 will take place monday and tuesday. the brooklyn new york native died august 30th after battling cancer. he moved to new york and then las vegas in 1965. he worked as a barber at the dunes and later at nellis air force base. anyone who knew him would tell you, he had a heart of gold and loved his story. who said his passion for life could never be extinguish id. >> gaitano tony benza his son, would sit through stories of world war ii. >> there was blood everywhere, you got to be strong, got to
you got save yourself. >> even as his body aged his memories of the war remained clear as day. back in 2014, he remembered a day in normandy with fighter jets ahead. >> we were down on our niece and all said good-bye to mama and papa, because within minutes, within -- within minutes, it would have been all ov >> they were the greatest generation and they knew how to treat people and take care of them. >> gaitano fought his final battle against sceans. his son tony will always cherish his father. >> at 91 he was getting down and doing squats. >> in the spotlight where his
>> wait a minute! you know there should be a different thing for us short guys. >> short in stature, but his personality couldn't be extinguished. he spent his last days entertaining tony said he got many phone calls from those who knew him. >> an impact on somebody to be his son. >> veterans memorial park in las vegas is a place to remember those who served gaitano benza among them. his family tells me they have already been called by people in
normandy for a memorial in his name. sergio avila news3. >> an incredible individual. wawng gabrielle returns to his home in mexico. showing you a huge outpouring of his home in mexico. showing you a huge outpouring of love and deevo 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.
his coats from india. trump's products have been made in twelve other countries because he says there's no place in america that he can make them. well there is. you know donald trump says he'll make america great again while he's taking the shirts right off our backs. ?? ?? ?? ?? >> the body of legendary mexican singer juan gabrielle has returned to the border city where he grew up. the funeral procession ran through the city, thousands placed flowers and memorials
gabrielle was a top singing sing artist. , he was popular with spanish speaking people in the united states. pope francis bestowed the sainthood on mother teresa. >> pope francis may have elevated mother teresa to sainthood, but for the thousands, this was just a recognition of what they believed for decades now that not only she's a saints now, she was a living saint due to her dedication to the poorest of the poor. she used to call them.
day here this morning in st. peter's square and attended the ceremony that was very fitting for mother teresa. >> i'm a doctor by profession and the citizens of mother teresa has helped me a lot, the concept of love. >> she was for a lot of people. >> despite the fact there were ceremony, the front seats were given to 1300 men and women, who were taken care of by the foundation founded by mother teresa. treated buy free lunch, neapolitan pizza to be specific, it's going to be difficult to
for such a long time. whatever you want to call her, saint teresa or mother teresa, she is the new icon for the catholic church. back to you. drones take to the skies in one of the world's most famous cities. one of the world's most famous cities. why the leaders of paris were danny tarkanian's carrying a lot of baggage. as a real-estate developer, tarkanian was penalized for failing to pay thousands in property taxes. in a failed development scheme. tarkanian refused to pay the money back, forcing taxpayers to bail him out, leaving us holding the bag. danny tarkanian's out for himself, not us.
>> a television station in ukraine was forced to broadcast from outside its own building, a group of about 20
protesters burning tires outside. meanwhile, firefighters worked to put out the fire. police were seen arresting protesters at the scene. officials said witnesses indicated a smoke bomb was thrown into the building.
having pro-russia sentiments. this week, russia announced they would let nato know, of buildup on the borders. vladimir putin took an aggressive stance on the borders of estonia latvia and poland. similar to actions in the ukraine. the u.s. hasn't sent heavy machinery toward the russian border, second cavalry that arrived with rifles in hand to send a message. >> i think there are conditions out there that have prompted our response. conditions within the pentagon, there's enough going on in the world right now that we need to forward-move units to assure the nato loins. >> this could be a much bigger right?
it can be scaled pound. we see that the publish from the pentagon, yes, there will be heavy brigades coming over here. heavy involvement in the baltics. >> reinvigorated the debate on nato's purpose even future. more on that next with full measure with cheryl atkinson. criticizing tweet, classy as always china with a link to a new york times article about an airport nent. it was referring to an argument involving the treatment of the white house press corps after the president arrived in china for g-20 meeting. accidentally used the agency's account. that tweet was later deleted.
french capital hosted its first drone festival. while drones are increasingly used by french foreign services, individuals are not permitted to use them. this event was aimed at introducing the public to civilian and commercial use of drones. >> it doesn't matter the age, as long as you have determine tairt it. >> france saw a number of mysterious flyovers this past year. >> the new york tennis open, special ball boys, and crazy stuff at the end of a nascar special ball boys, and crazy stuff at the end of a nascar truck i'm catherine cortez masto and i apprprove this message.
impact my patients here in nevada. so even though i'm a republican, i won't be voting for joe heck. joe heck's voted ten times to defund planned parenthood, which thousands of women depend on for cancer screenings. and heck opposes a woman's right to choose even when her health is at risk. for me and my patients,
>> the u.s. open in new york showcases the heroes in tennis. but this year, there are two more working the courts in new york. mary >> for two weeks a year, the u.s. open becomes home to many heroes. the star performers who inspire us with their play. others are unsung. the 240 ball persons who keep the tournament running like clockwork. this year, the latter group will be joined by a set of true american heroes. >> tampa, florida, steve otero
>> two military veterans, rookies on the court. a battle rages across the net but for these two men their lives are an ongoing battle. dealing with injuries they've sustained while serving their country. >> i was in afghanistan and went through a lot of black from suicide bombers, to explosions. >> i was in a motorcycle accident in 2011 and i've served for about four years before so i'm still in, air national guardsman. >> i spent a lot of time dwelling on suicide and i had actually made the decision that i was going to commit suicide. and a friend of mine stumbled upon me and we had some conversation that said let's be not doing it that day. once i decided to deal with the pain, rather than to mask it,
the air force program actually introduced me to adopt a sport. these kind of physical challenges being presented to a wounded vet are actually a gift to present us recovery. >> few understand the therapeutic benefit of sport sportbetter than usta. >> i did an activity the u.s. tennis association required me into. it requires insanely fast reaction time. >> if you are not used to it it's going to take a toll on you quick. it's only the second day. >> i feel i've made every single mistake one could possibly make. >> it's definitely a learning curve but an exciting one. >> the great thing is how challenging this is, with both
lot of vets can benefit from it, especially those who are just getting back into sport, just coming out of the hospital. just ready to get off the couch again and trying something new. >> for these young men their experience at the u.s. open has already been a life-altering one. the leg socket is one he designed himself. >> first time i made a leg from s week, i only had a week, i was one and done. >> he hoped to be in the prosthetic field. that is when he's not training for the paralympics. >> i've worked in wounded veteran care and transition assistance ever since i got out of the military in 2012. being involved in tennis an entirely new sport for me has really made me motivated, how
this is really unique. >> but future goals can wait. for the remainder of this fortnight, the only thing that matters to these heroes is bringing their warriors pride to the courts of flushing meadows. >> college football, the gridiron, the lines are supposed to be straight but something went haywire. the explanation what went wrong is live in prime. >> not crooked, my forecast
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going to be this week. >> well it's going to be nice no doubt about it. we are talking about a warming trend but we'll start it off with a very nice labor day holiday. let's roll it back, there was some smoke, south southwest wind aloft, that sent the smoke in but you could see cleared out by afternoon generally and things are looking pretty good overnight. our average wind direction around southern nevada was south to west, and ths to go east, more of a northeasterly component. so i think we're going to see a lot less smoke tomorrow. i don't think it's going to be a big deal as you plan your outdoor activities. temperatures currently around parts of the silver state, lake mead, pahrump, 56 on the mountain, 86 at our downtown las vegas studios, 85, downtown henderson, 83 mountain's edge
winds are blowing up to 17 miles an hour but those winds will be diminishing overnight. not a big factor. here at our downtown studios 10% relative humidity, we can deal with that. 50s up at the mt. charleston lodge and they're looking for some upper 40s tonight for a low. highway about that? sierra vista, a little wind went down five miles an hour west southwest. relative humidity. lot of moisture on the gulf. they don't need any more moisture in louisiana do they? hurricane hermine, we'll keep a eye over that, fairly cold water, you could see severe thunderstorm watches, watch
mountains away from canada away from our neck of the woods. here is what we're concerned about forecast-wise if you see a change in the seven-day during the week it's going to be because of this disturbance, now a tropical depression. if it develops into a storm, good chance it will, it will be tropical storm newton. in the sea of cortez which with wednesday afternoon. certainly it will spread can if it makes it into nevada is very dicey. 68 in boulder city, 58 in pahrump, overnight lows, low 90s even upper 80s, if you want to get over 100, can you make the pilgrimage to death valley.
beautiful 70?. 85 by noon, we can handle that, 95 at 5:00 p.m. if you are heading to the mountain, you won't need a sweater but 67 is a pretty nice temperature for a high. down on the lake still good for aquatic activities, bright sunshine, water temperature 82?. i'd even dip reply toe in that. questionable because of the tropics. generally a nice work week warming up to about 100, which isn't bad. >> 93?, can't beat that, absolutely thanks jerry. the maker of gatorade, has come out with an organic version. only has seven ingredients
a los angeles angels pitcher will spend the night in the hospital after getting hit in the head, seager, blood clot, spend the night in the hospital for observation. the ball was estimated to goodness. you just watched the nascar sprint cup race from darlington, it was exciting but not as exciting as the car race, not giving up an inch and both are in the wall then both trucks are in the grass make it a drag race to the checkered flag next to the wall. nemecek won, custer wasn't happy
a special and emotional moment during the opening of college football, the cornhuskers honored a team mate. the team only sent ten players on the field instead of the required 11 taking a penalty. fultz number 20 was displayed all over the a crooked sideline went viral. school district can't explain how the line ended up being that way. >> the image of this squiggly sideline on the pickens high school football field has gone viral. as troy bowe posted it on twitter. asking i if it was a joke. it was the first thing brad saw
>> i had told everybody about it on social media. >> within hours, this image was retweeted more than 4,000 times, it ultimately ended up on national broadcast. we asked the pickens school district how this happened. >> i don't know exactly what happened with the drawing of the line. whether it was game time, it was approved for playing on. so the game went on as normal. >> steps are being takeno it while the sideline will likely be the subject of online jokes and means, there is debate as to the lasting effect it will have on pickens high. >> some people will consider it as fun, but i don't know if they'll perceive it that way. >> getting attention that's for sure. dave jordan reporting, school district says it will fix
>> all right, there were plenty of upsets during the first saturday of college football. two of the top five teams lost their openers. notre dame would travel to texas to face the if ut toss not turn things around, the irish had to kick a bunch of players off the team that had trouble with the law. equiminious sean carl got his foot down. first 6 of the game. pass to armante foreman.
looking for upset, to john butter, 78 yards, the irish come back block an extra point with three minutes to go, all the way back to tie the game at 37. the score there 50 to 44. you won't want to miss sports knight tonight, to see how it all fell out. fourth seed raphael on luca pui. the frenchman. nadal wins is second set. forehand past pui, they are going to a fifth set. fourth one pui in the near court gets that forehand winner to knock nadal out of the tournament in four hours.
tournaments, the deutsche banc tournament will conclude tomorrow. great weather on the links today in boston, 18th hole, how about rory mcilroy on the par 518th hole, 210 yards away, when you make a shot like that into the cut it's albatross. double eagle. just lips the cup he would come back putt for an eagle. he is six shots off the pace. former rebel brian moore, smiley kaufman i should say, he is 154 yards gets the birdie there, knocks that one down. he is in the hunt just a few shots off the lead.
birdie. ryan moore is within striking distance, everything should work out tomorrow. >> i'd say a little bit cooler, wind was similar, we haven't played for in cool temperatures for quite a while. not used to adjusting, 165 get that in your head sometimes. >> what do you need for the potential winner's circle? >> i had quite a few bad tee shots, got away with a couple, on my second nine, an pulled a good score out of i.t. evenly though i didn't hit it that great. got to find something in the
consistent. >> see if can he win the second tournament of the year. ciem in the interstate 18 car, look at kevin harvick's car, it says busch on the front and the back. maybe kurt or kyle busch would have been there, but kurt busch had a the last 40 laps, he crashed into the wall, kyle busch ends up finishing 10th, martin fets the win. coming up tonight on sports night, you'll hear about kyle