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kaepernick. and the athlete's refusal to stand during the national anthem. >> reed: holiday creeps. seems like every year those decorations are put on shelves earlier. why retail stores say they're doing it >> announcer: news 3 starts right now. >> marie: while most americans were enjoying this holiday this was a busy workday for hillary clinton and >> reed: labor traditionally marks the past push to november. >> marie: today clinton and trump crossed paths on the political map. brian more has the story from -- brian moore has the story. >> reporter: two presidential campaigns on the same tarmac in cleveland. that's no coincidence. on this labor day holiday hillary clinton and donald trump were working hard for votes in ohio. the state that could settle this 2016 presidential race.
we're going to -- [ cheering ] >> reporter: some quite literally glaebd bullhorn at a local fair. a few miles away way hillary clinton reached out on to supporters at a picnic but had to contend with a prolonged coughing fit. >> every time i think about trump i get allergic. [ laughter ] >> reporter: with poll numbers looking forward to debating clinton. >> basically called a lot of things right. shouldn't go to iraq. shouldn't get out of iraq they way they did. >> reporter: clinton seems just as eager. >> the mad dash for the next two months so i hope you guys are ready. >> ready or not election day is just 64 days away. though election day is november 8th the first early and absentee ballots will be cast in a matter of days.
those presidential debates, three planned between clinton and trump. >> marie: and clinton debuted her new campaign plane on this labor day. until now she's traveled separately from reporters assigned to cover but but beginning today they'll travel on the same aircraft. the plane has clinton's stronger together slogan painted on. clinton and aides are seated at the front with other aides and secret service seated between the cdi the back. >> reed: twin bombings near the afghan defense ministry in kabul killed 24 people. an attack claim bid the taliban today. the ministry spokesperson says a district police chief and five other police officers were among those dead. taliban insurgents have been fighting to overthrow the u.s. backed government for 15 years and they frequent target afghan forces. hundreds of thousands of pilgrims arriving in saudi arabia.
pilgrimage. it's viewed as one of the muslim faith's greatest acts of worship. pilgrims walk seven times around an ancient shrine at the center of the grand mosque which all muslims face when they perform their daily prayers. >> marie: president obama says the u.s. and russia haven't given up on negotiations that could stem the bloodshed in syria. they acknowledge that leaders challenged by trust issues. the president president vladimir putin in china. 90 minutes of discussions did not result in a break through. the president didn't detail the troubled areas but suggested the u.s. has concerns about russia holding up it's end of the bargain and enforcing the terms. president obama has canceled his upcoming meeting with philippines president rodrigo after the filipino leader made offensive remarks about obama. the two were supposed to meet in laos this week where president
drug crimes including executions without a trial. the philippine president responded by saying he is not an american puppet and then called president obama an expletive. >> reed: the president is in laos. he is the first sitting u.s. president to visit that southeast asian country. >> marie: before leaving china the g20 summit the president met with reporters and addressed the controversy vooving colin kaepernick. he and refusal to stand for the national anthem. cop err nick says he is protesting police violence against african-americans. the president says he is glad that kaepernick is engaged in the democratic process and that protests from athletes are not new to the u.s. >> i don't doubt his sincerity based on what i've heard. i think he cares about some real legitimate issues that have to be talked about.
have spurred outrage from some and support from others. an irish businessman arrested on allegations of ticket scalping at the rio olympic games met with brazilian investigators today. investigators have been building a case against kevin malone that also involved the president of the olympic council of ireland. patrick hickey who was released last month while his case is being investigated. malone was arrested on august 5th with hundreds of tickets including some that belonged to ireland's committe. police say the alleged scheme could have netted nearly $3 million in profit. >> reed: many tire companies are offering rebates this labor day and throughout the month of september making it a good time to check your tire needs. major tire brands are offering 50 to $100 rebates to customers buying a set of four. now that summers ending and fall and winter are on the way it is a good time to make sure you have tires that have enough tread left to tackle the conditions you are going to
the depth of a pen, over lincoln's head. if it doesn't your tirely likely needs to replaced. prices for gas at their lowest level since 2004. the average is $2.21. that's about $0.20 cheaper than last year. here in southern nevada the avrnls $2.40 a gallon. the summer of low gas prices has meant savings for a lot of drivers. the average u.s. household is expected to pocket a the falling gas prices. >> marie: we're not even officially through this holiday but some shoppers planning for the next holiday then the holiday after that. >> reed: our story from nbc's chris clackham. as scary as it may be to see halloween merchandise on store shelves two months before the night of trick-or-treating, did you notice the shopping phenomenon known as christmas
before we got through labor day? wal-mart kicked off its christmas lay away campaign last friday to get consumers in a buying mood. >> over the past few years we've seen a trend where consumers tend to buy gifts all year long. >> reporter: brett shelton at fat wallet and other retail experts say christmas creep gets earlier and earlier because that's what many consumers want. >> they're taking advantage of seasonal sales they might not be in stock or not as readily available during the holiday. >> reporter: he says the current summer sales are a perfect example of that. people buying what will be gifts three months from now. but certainly not everyone buys in to christmas creeping into september. and really won't like the black friday ads some retailers are planning the day after
nbc news. >> marie: a new survey reveals an important back to school supply many parents are forgetting about. we're talking about the family meal. the survey revealed only 57 percent of parents eat dinner with their children every night. at the same time 71 percent of parents did say in their ideal world they would want to eat with their children every evening. the food marketing foundation is now encouraging americans to join the national family meals month movement by pledg or dinner at home per week. a nebraska family struck by tragedy in june was surrounded by hundreds of supporters over the weekend. >> reed: the entire nation watched on social media when friends and neighbors, even strangers gathered to remember lane graves on what would have been that little boy's third birthday. he was killed by an alligator during a family vacation to disney world a few months ago. >> happy birthday laney! you know anyone that knows me
honor him. so his mommy needed to say happy birthday laney. you are in our hearts today and every second of every other day. you will always be mommy's loving, sweet, baby boy. >> reed: can you imagine the trauma? the family wanted to keep things positive by honoring lane and releasing 5,000 balloons. each one of those balloons was donated by you see all those floating out there and you just know that represents the kindness. that represents a kindness. and that's how it is. >> marie: compassion and support for a family who went through one of most difficult, difficult times. okay. let's lighten things up here and talk about a story of a young girl who is just so thankful to
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there's a study that tracks the daily schedule for 57 doctors and for every one that's spent -- for every hour they spent with patients they spent nearly two additional hours on electronic health records and other clerical work. on top of that another one to two hours of personal time each night was spent on clerical work. initiatives are aimed at reducing administrative burdens so doctors can focus on their direct contact with patients. now for the good s w amazing things in our world. >> reed: turns out mom really does know best and what really is a time to be right than this. a missouri boy used his brand-new life saving skills to save his sister's life. here is the back story. 12-year-old kyle prayeder pushed back when his mom pushed him to take a free cpr class a few weeks ago in st. louis but he went ahead and did it. okay mom. never imagining those skills would be put to the test. successfully by the way when he
camden. she was choking on an ice cream cone in the car. >> i grabbed the ice cream and threw it to my mom and said i got this. then i pulled my sister out of her seat and did the heimlich maneuver. >> it makes me emotional. >> she was crying really hard. and squeezing him. >> cpr really is easy to learn. the red cross and many first responder agencies around the country offer loot of free classes. now we're going to t things. a special delivery arrived for a young boy in a community. >> marie: this community was going to work to raise money to buy a service dog for 11-year-old hunter baker. he has a form of epilepsy. >> tommy was there when hunter met his new friend and i love the name. it's wags. take a look. >> a boy's big smile and a dog's wagging tail says it all. these were on the way to being best buddies.
and thank everybody so much. it means the world to me. >> reporter: that's the message miss yvonne has for her community. >> my oe motions are everywhere. i'm excited. i'm nervous. >> reporter: nervous because it's overwhelming. hunter is non-ver val. he will have to learn hand gestures to communicate with wags. >> pets on usually something you want. this is a need. he needs this dog to go through his daily life. >> reporter: the with a typical pet. wags has a special mission when it comes to hunter. >> a lot of times hunter falls during seizures. this will help us catch him before he falls. get him out of a seizure faster. it's going be a great thing. >> she's trained to alert on hunter's scent. so before he sees it she can pick it up. it's not always gonna pick it up but she's also trained visually.
she is trained to find the second or closest person near her. >> reporter: emotions are high for the family and the trainer as well. >> it's very emotional. it is a lot of emotions. i'm losing someone that i have worked hard with. she's going to be helping a little boy that needs help. hunter. hunter needs her more than i do. i can replace her but hunter can't. >> there's a whole network of getting dogs ready to serve one dog went to a family in seattle and the other to michigan. >> marie: we want to drew a boy who has big dreams of becoming a police officer and showed he has very big art. this is william everest. he saved his allowance for seven months and instead of treating himself on something nice he spent his money to show appreciation for local law enforcement. >> reed: he bought lunch for his entire force. he decided he wanted to have a kindness day to treat officers
youtube video about a homeless person. that shows he has a parent who shows here's what's going on in the world and here is how we can respond. >> marie: remember the story of the college football player who reached out to a young boy with autism? the story just keeps getting better. >> reed: got me right in the heart. this was the photo that got it started. today florida statewide receiver travis rudolph reunited with that little boy who was sitting alone at lunch. rudolph surprised beau and his mother by in to the seminoles game tonight. >> marie: rudolph befriended him during a visit to his middle school. the back story that is the boy who has autism was sitting alone at lunch and rudolph didn't stand for that. he sat down across from beau, ate with him and sparked a new friendship and great lesson on how a small act can have a huge impact wrooid know you have eyes and ears for this sort of thing we want you to tell on people.
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more than 1800 firefighters are working to get the fire out. investigators are still trying to figure out what caused the fire but we have certainly seen some bad air quality in our valley because of these fires. >> marie: absolutely. it was really rough over the weekend. cleared up which we're thankful for and a nice day out there chloe for everybody who is enjoying the holiday. >> chloe: we've got video of people having lot of fun. mostly clear conditions. a very different picture compared to yesterday. and things should be pre g for the next few days. we're going see i hope you enjoyed the cooler weather because we're going see a warm up over the next few days. lots of things to talk about. you can see over the course of the afternoon very clear conditions as people were heading out to red rock. a few scattered clouds moving in over the mountains. other than that it was pretty awesome today. no one at school pahrump valley high school but i'll tell you where the people were on the water. look at this time-lapse at the
a lot of people enjoying the sunshine and the beautiful weather and the cooler than normal temperatures. feels pretty good on the lake when it's 94 degrees outside at the marina. and winds are pretty light across the area. we're at 93 degrees right now for south career and tech. 94 degrees at the wetlands park. and the rest of us a mixture of 80s and 90s across the area. mid-90s on the east side of town. winds remain fairly light throughout the evening. taking a look at the next few hours here is what the numbers will look like. 87 degrees by about 7:00 p.m. into the low 80s by nine. and going to be another cool night ahead. dry conditions will continue for the southern nevada area. you can see a look over the last few hours. just clouds passing through. other than that it's been pretty calm. we are expecting some changes. we're watching this storm right here just off the coast of mexico. this is tropical storm newton. it continues to move northward. here is what we're expecting the progression to be over the next
baja into the desert southwest. it's going bring some thunderstorms but not really for us. mostly for the arizona region. overnight tonight looking at calm conditions. 71 degrees for your low. slightly below normal for this time of year. and highs tomorrow? we're slowly going start that warming trend over the next few days. tomorrow waking up into temperatures in the low 70s. a great day to go outside for a run. low 80 biz 9:00. and 90 by noon. how about that tomorrow only 96 degrees in the afternoon. winds will pick up slightly out of the east up to ten miles an hour. we're expecting mostly sunny skies. certainly good news if you are an out doorsy kind of person you will like the next few days. but we're going continue to see the warm up through the rest of the workweek. increasing clouds are expected by wednesday. triple digits back in the forecast by saturday and sunday. but this might make it a little more bearable. the bite of las vegas happening this weekend.
ice cream. >> marie: a lemonade and you will be fine. great music out there too. >> reed: does pumpkin spice latte come in ice? >> marie: on this unofficial last weekend of summer san diego played host to the u.s. sand sculpting championships. professional artists from all over the world created these 3d masterpieces. after all this work you are probably wondering what do they do nope! they will be destroyed tomorrow morning. >> here is a way to spend labor day cruising down a river on homemade rafts. it's in tulsa. it is the great raft race. it started this morning. more than 750 participants took part today floating eight miles down the river to the finish line. members of the race were asked to buy their own craft or create one absolutely from scratch. trophys were awarded to the
team with the most creative themes and costumes. children greeted riders with water gun salutes. i want to let you know i'm wearing a gold tie. we have kids in our community and families who are struggling with childhood cancer. and you know for the candle lighters of nevada, send out ties and gold things for us to wear on television. we wear it as a symbol to you at home that we're with you. we're praying for you and praying t y with great health and we love you. this is for the candle lighters. >> marie: it goes to show you once again so many people obviously come out and support our children and our families in need during difficult times. >> reed: you will see it throughout the month of september. you will start seeing people wear gold and that's why i'm gold for you today candle lighters. now producer says we still have time to talk about the 7-day forecast. chloe? >> chloe: we'll do it again. it looks so good we have to show it off more.
yesterday we topped out at 93 degrees. mid-90s for the next few days. 98 by thursday. and i'm so sorry you guys triple digits are back in the forecast by the weekend. and, you know, even though it's going to be warmer for the bite of las vegas, you know, it's only a few degrees above normal. we'll take it. just, you know --. >> marie: and going back to reed's note, i do believe that there is a event benefitting the candle it is happening over the weekend. it starts off in the morning. so look at those temperatures. i mean, talking about temperatures in the upper 70s. pretty sweet for a run and walk. >> chloe: absolutely. and for once it's probably -- your pets are probably excited that the weather has cooled down. so certainly something i'm sure the dogs are looking forward to. we're not going to burn ow our
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