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the dust for weeks. >> reporter: it coats everything. luggage from it has to be bagged because the dust can damage the airport's baggage conveyer system. >> we're looking at 8,000 bags today alone. >> reporter: there's another big number. 17,000. spokesman brian copeland says that's how many will travel through the airport because of burning man. >> ice land, israel, new guinea, new zealand and everywhere between. >> i've met people from holland, germany, i met people from hungary. all over. >> reporter: the attendees are as different and varied as the costumes and art. >> everybody told me about it but you have to see it. you have to see -- not only what they talk about, the naked people, but the art installationed and the stuff they built. >> reporter: this woman is 84
>> and then people say, is this your first time? oh, they are virgins, ring the bell. >> she's from new jersey. >> i'm her 60-year-old daughter. >> reporter: lynn said they hosted camps ranging in age from 28 to 87. her mom wasn't the oldest. >> we came to show it doesn't matter how old you are. >> reporter: both say they may be back again next year. >> i met really, interesting people. i guess it's interesting people who go there. >> gotta love her. naked people. big deal. >> that was terry henry reporting there from our nation up north. slightly different kind of annual pilgrimage going in saudi arabia. hundreds of thousands flocked to mecca. they come from all over the world as well.
they walk seven times all in the same direction around the cuban shrine where they recite their daily prayers. the family of lane graves celebrated what would have been his 3rd birthday today. he was the boy who was killed by an alligator outside of a disney hotel. >> so his mommy wanted to say happy birthday, laney. you are in you will always be mommy's loving sweet, baby boy. >> melissa graves there. she is his mother giving him a tearful tribute. his family and many friends honored his birthday by sending love and thousands of blue balloons into the sky in omaha. blue was lane's favorite color. his fare struggled through his tears to send his little boy love. >> i often speak about how lucky
months and 11 days as a complete family. my wife would tell you those were the happiest days of her life. and i couldn't agree more. >> lane's death ruled an accident. the family says they will not sue the park as they want to focus on setting up a charitable foundation in his name. the mother of a minnesota boy who disappeared back in 1989 has some answers but no relief from her pain now thatis in a pasture. patting wetterring it ling is not ready to speak public yet. a mass gunman abducted the boy from his home. a person of interest has been held on child pornography charges since october. president obama is the first
laos. while there, the president is expected to acknowledge damage caused by a bombing between u.s. and vietnam. he's expected to announce new financial aid to clean up tens of millions of unexploded bombs that litter that village. no time off for the presidential candidates on this labor day. they were both in cleveland. you can see their planes sitting right next to each other out on the tarmac. once they got off the planes, campaigning. >> reporter: republican and democratic presidential tickets making a peerances in must-win ohio. their planes sitting just a few hundred feet apart at the same airport. donald trump and mike pence held a round-table meeting in brook park. >> every state has been abused by incompetent leadership. >> trump claiming that the media
opponent. >> the media is very protective of crooked hillary. very, very protective. >> reporter: hillary clinton flew to ohio with the press. >> i'm getting pretty cold. >> reporter: she's been criticized for holding few press conferences. she did fake questions in early august. some feel it didn't qualify as a press conference. clinton's running mate, tim kaine, event. >> he wants you to hire him to be president of the united states. he thinks we're chumps. >> reporter: and bernie sanders stumped for clinton for the first time. >> donald trump said wages are too high in america. i don't know what world that billionaire lives in. >> reporter: the candidates' labor day events clear evidence we're in the final stretches of
kim hutcherson, news 3. >> thank you. a third death has been attributed to tropical storm hermine. 30-year-old michael wood did the rom was struck and killed by a car in south carolina on freeway. the driver of an 18-wheeler was a woman in florida facing arson charges after police say she tried to set her ex-boyfriend's car on fire. well, guess what. she set the wrong car on fire. in the video, you can see the 19-year-old feeding the flames inside the trudge of the car and taking off on a bike. she said she fought the car belonged to her former boyfriend, wrong car. days after the incident she was
welcome back. the celebration continues today in vatican city, a day after pope franciscan nonized mother nonize -- pope francis canonized mother teresa. here's more. >> reporter: well, the celebration for mother teresa's elevation to sainthood started on sunday morning and they are not over yet. here in st. peter's square by the vatican secretary of state to celebrate and park the first time of this that will be celebrated every 5th of september from now on. yesterday, st. peter's square were filled with 120,000 people from all over the word and they
along for many decades, that mother teresa is not only a saint now but has been a saint saint long before she died, 19 years ago to the day. back to you. welcome back. it's a list giant pandas have been on for a while. but not any more. the world conservation congress in hawaii said they are off the endangered species list. a big sign of progress. we'll give you courtesy of the san diego zoo. kind of -- almost looks like he's sitting at a workbench. >> he's picking his teeth. happy to be alive. >> chilling out. well, now, giant pandas are on a new list called the vulnerable list. so they are not completely out of the woods but the progress is thanks to conservation efforts to protect the species. in fact, the number of giant pandas grew 17% from 2004 to
endangered list now. >> got a project going. that looked i like a 2 x 4 there. >> building something. we want to take a look at the stories for news 3 at 7:00. >> a texas man lucky to be alive after bystanders pulled him from this burning car. hear from the people who jumped to help him. and which restaurants are worth your dining dollars? the experts at consumer reports have a new survey that could news as it happens. news 3 is your weather authority and kevin janison joins us to talk about what was sort of a collected sigh of relief. >> he's been bowing a lot. >> shaking hands. high-fives. we do it all. we have a little basket out there at the entrance to the weather office. one of the other things that we're looking at the second week
remember, this camera is on top looking off to the spring mountains. official sunset time is when it goes below the horizon. that's still around 7:00. but it does dip below the mountains faster than that. it's starting its decent. now. today, it was about early afternoon or so we started to see a few clouds. mostly cirrus. they've ventured off to the northeast. won't be a factor in our sky. not again. that's for sure. heading up to utah. 92 degrees and 11% near windmill and paradise. we'll head to the southwest, 87 and 12%. and jones, 90 degrees. 10% humidity. it's a nice night. we're not talking all of the windows rolled down but if you are going out, why not have a window or two at least, mid-80s to low 90s working across the valley. the lake is at 92. we've got some late labor day
sandy valley coming in at 86. your back-to-school day gets rolling in the mid-70s. 91 at lunchtime. we'll be in the mid-90s in the afternoon. not much wind expected at all. not much in the way of cloud cover either. we're sparkling clear. that's a pattern that will probably hold all week long. the only issue that could change that is if newton, the hurricane, it's a minimal hurricane, 75-mile-an-hour decided to veer off the path, it took looks like it will head to the four corners and take much-needed rain with it. san francisco in the 60s. high temperatures tomorrow, phoenix at 99. mid-70s in southern california. reno looking at 86. in southern nevada tonight, a little chilly up there in lincon county, mid-40s to 50. pahrump in the 50s. high temperatures tomorrow. 97 up there in overton.
las vegas valley overnight, 71 degrees under a clear sky. we'll continue the sparkle tomorrow. official high should top out at 96. that's a couple of degrees warmer than today. we'll see some neighborhoods on the east side right around 100 degrees tomorrow and wednesday. but the rest of us join the party over the weekend. maybe friday. hang out there. right at that 100-degree mark. we get to the top of the ladder. hang out. enjoy the view. we're not going to the roof. >> no. >> those days are behind us. >> i like it. >> thank you. >> thank you for the effects. appreciate it. the hand signals. >> exactly. >> added emphasis. >> you are welcome. here's amber with a look at a local high schooler finishing at the top in golf. >> talking about 16-year-old veronica. she played in the third round. golf association girls championship in south carolina
a field of 77 golfers. had she won, it would have been her 100th junior golf title. the unlv plans to play in seven more tournaments. to the deutsche bank championship tournament now, paul casey started the final round with a three-shot lead. 7th hole, though, he's tied at the top with rory mcilroy. draining this 13-foot putt put him back in the lead. ryan moore bogeyed on the back 9 but sinking a 30-foot putt to climb back on the leaderboard. he finished tied for 8th. mcilroy with a one-shot lead over casey. mcilroy shot a 6-under 65 and got his first win of the year. colin kaepernick did not win this starting quarterback job for the san francisco 49ers.
national anthem has won him some approval from president obama. today, the president was asked at a news conference about kaepernick's protest gesture. he said kaepernick is the latest in a long line of professional athletes who exercise their constitutional right to make a statement about social issues. >> i don't doubt his sincerity based on what i've heard. i think he cares about some real, have to be talked about. and if nothing else what she's done is he's -- he's generated more conversation around topics that need to be talked about. >> kaepernick making a statement. meanwhile, serena williams advanced to the u.s. open quarterfinals with a 6-2, 63
single victory, which passes roger federer for the most in tennis' open era. and johnny manziel is going back to school. the former cleveland quarterback reenrolled at texas a&m where he played for two seasons for the aggies and won the heisman trophy. he turned pro after his sophomore season but had disappointing seasons with the browns who released him in march. his nfl derailed by off the field incidents, including a domestic violence charge. that's still pending in court. he will not be on campus. all of his classes will be off site. >> it's interesting how so many athletes can do so well in
valley we'll see upper 60s but jumping quickly in the mid- to upper 90s for a high temperature and climbing higher as we get to the end of the week. kelly will keep you updated with each and every degree tomorrow morning beginning at 4:30 a.m. the 9th annual tractor cruise taking part in a small town in kansas. >> looks like fun. dozens took to the road for an event that helps raise money for the angelman syndrome neurogenetic disease. >> i can see the results that is happening with our child and she's improving all of the time and so i feel it's a good cause and i -- i enjoy the tractor cruises because it's my tractor and i'm getting out and the fellowship of the other drivers here because a lot them have been on it before. >> gotta love farmers, right?
pretty abusive behavior toward a student. what led to this moment caught on cell phone video. 16-year-old boy hit and run over by a car dragged some 20 feet. i'm reed cowan. >> i'm marie mortera. luckily, an off-duty trauma nurse was there to help. all this springs way. it's our top story at 7:00. >> news 3's nathan o'neal reports the teen is still in the hospital. >> reporter: this is where anthony orozco was blindsided by the car. he was walking from his house across the street to where his car was parked. he was headed to the gym. that's when witnesses say a driver cut this corner and then hit him. >> i don't feel too good. >> reporter: 16-year-old anthony orozco in a hospital bed.