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death valley believe her death suspicious. what they say is not adding up coming up. >> kim: taking it back. the president of the philippines starting an international incident with a little name calling but he's poll jizzing this morning. >> dana: welcome in on this tuesday september 6. >> k we're the wagners. wait until you see the new polling information from next news concerning the race for the white house. we have it ahead. since we're about team traffic we know how important it is for people. >> dana: kelly has us covered in
report of an accident by eastern and stewart south of the 95. as we arrive in that location looks like whatever was sheer out of the way. we've got covered from all angles so let's continue with jeff. >> jeff: we have a surface street accident to tell you about at buffalo. we have a freeway accident town center but both directions in the green, not see iing in delays. let's get a check of the forecast. starting off cool this morning. >> kelly: kind of nice. you might want a light jacket heading out the door early this morning but you won't need it for long. t shirt weather by this afternoon. 81-degrees at 9:00 a.m.
95. a lot of sunshine as well. triple digits are on their way back. >> dana: we have breaking news from overnight. this happened hours ago. a woman hit and killed by a motorcycle at lake mead and civic center. police say she was walking outside of the cross wack when it happened. the accident shut down part of that intersections but it has since reopened. >> kim: to the henderson area where police are investi hours ago veneer the m resort. police performing a welfare check at that home when they found two people dead inside. they believe one person shot the other and then took his or her own life. the victim and shooter in their late 30's, possibly early 40's. police don't believe anyone else was inside the home at the time. the coroner will release the names of the victim and shooter.
on. >> dana: police say he murdered his wife. he says it was a mercy killing. >> a 62-year-old man from henderson, did he kill his his chronically ill wife. he called 911 to say his wife had been shot. she fibromyalgia. he bought the gun and told her if she wanted to die to shoot herself. the hearing will be to determine if the case will be held over for trial. there is a police report in it that states he told detectives
with ammunition and the gun fired. he said in that police report he didn't know if the gun fired accidentally or intentionally. all this will play out if a preliminary hearing happens. the defense could waive their right to a preliminary hearing which will waive this case to trial. >> kim: right now we're talking about friends of a local woman who they say really is not adding up how she lost her life. they hired a private investigator because they don't think what happened being reported actually happened. it has to do with her death out in death valley. they are calling it suspicious in all capitol letters. information surrounding her untimely death is not adding up.
august 28, friends went out to the dirt road where she was found near the baker area. her body found by her car. she took video of this entire area. she was headed to fort erwin to celebrate her 40th birthday. never made it. they don't understand why she went down that dirt road. a private investigator has been fielding questions on this. her toyota was found morean a road not meant for cars. that is suspicion number one. her body was found five miles further down the road. >> if you get lost in the desert or any place, normally you are going to take the route back to where you came from. you are not going to walk in the desert. you are going to walk on the road you came in through. >> as he continues his private investigation, we're waiting word here to hear from the san
results specifically toxicology test. they say she may have died of natural causes in this 113-degree heat and her car got stuck on a sandy road. >> dana: the first woman elected to the clark county commission died of heart failure. she held the post for 20 years commission chairwoman. she served on the board of regents and the las vegas is water district. she became active in the school district after mayoring her husband who was a teacher at the time. she became assistant superintendent. four of the seven members of the commission today are women. blaiseed that trail. >> kim: we have new information
to do with the new nbc news survey monkey pole that you are waking up to this news and we're going to have tracy potts sounding off on that ahead. still to come vandalized. you are seeing the video on your screen. authorities are saying thank goodness because they thought something else happened with that rock formation. >> dana: bill cosby heading back to courted. theig
park officials saying they didn't think it was caused by humans at all. they thoughted the fallen over because of age or weather. the formation was 7 to 10 feet across. sat behind a fence area on the out "asia edge" of the bluff. the incident remains under review and criminal charges are being considered. >> dana: a lot of criminal charges are brought in this case. the president of the philippines expressing regret over calling the president of the united states a son of a you know what. this is a statement read by a spokesman. he regrets his comments have caused concern and distress. he was scheduled to pete with president obama but that meeting has been postponed by the white house in light of those comments.
he was greeted by rain as well as a military band and display of the troops at the presidential palace. he is the u.s. first sitting president to visit this country. the united states has a history of bombing there dropping millions of bombs on that country. >> kim: if you want to see two heads of state without smiles on their face. check out vladimir putin and president obama. this is two got together. they are saying that things went well. they had a productive conversation about what is going on in syria. putin saying after that meeting with the two leaders that both nations could reach an agreement within the next few days and both nations have reached an understanding with how to proceed within syria. a senior obama administration official saying that the two leaders directed their teams to
pendants are saying this is great progress going on in syria. >> dana: lawmakers have a long to do list. unclear if much will get done. funding for the government, funding to help combat the zika virus and confirmation of a new supreme court justice. republicans say that is not going to happen. presidential politics are expected to hover overall lawmakers leave washington again to go home and campaign. the presidential election is 63 days away. >> kelly: happening today entertainer bill cosby is returning to court for a hearing in the sexual assault case that's been brought against him. the one we continue to document. attorneys for bill cosby will fight to keep out key evidence including 1,000 pages of damaging testimony that he gave
accused with drugging and sexually assaulting a woman he mentored attemptle university. defense attorneys argue that cosby was promised he would never be charged so he felt free to testify in that lawsuit in the year 2005. however, a judge just this year found he was never granted immunity. he was mistaken thinking that was the case. a judge will regarding this and may issue a trial date. >> dana: this is a ball boy and he just missed it. it hit a player's head. the player is not happy about it. what is the kid supposed to do. he laid out for it. the player got up and threw the towel down. your job is to make sure that
>> he tried. tom fields every ball. he never swings and misses. he joins us live from sky 3. >> tom: i don't know who you are thinking of kim. i can't even catch a ball. we are in good shape on the freeways right now. we're just arriving on the scene of a surface street accident eastbound on tropicana. looks like a motorcycle on its side with metro at the out for construction work. now they are detouring traffic. doesn't look like a major accident investigation but traffic is swinging wide to get by that one. doesn't look like it is having a major effect on the traffic right now. let's see what else is going on with jeff. >> jeff: traffic and weather every 10 minutes. we have an accident here at russell that is listed as debris in the roadway. we don't have a lot of accidents
everything is clear. we have a waze user telling us about a disabled vehicle. join the team. download it from the app store and google play. you can give us updates on your commute, just don't do it behind the wheel. >> dana: hurricane hermine rolled through florida lt the effects. >> kelly: such a mess to clean up all that standing water and debris. the water still reseeding. the river crested over 25 feet. don't recommend understand ever. people were forced to evacuate. some people returning to adecember the damage. the water is still high.
alternate forms of transportation to get through that water. they do expect water will be back to normal by later this afternoon. that is good. even then you have giant puddles and ponds created by that standing water. it's going to take a while to clean all that up. here at home here is our sunrise. gorgeous start to the day. 23409 tissing a little less haze out there. that is good news. the temperatures heading out the door we're this morning. going to need layers for today. not a cloud out there.
and new mexico. those associated with hurricane newton. that is moving to the northwest. made land fall this morning. 90-mile per hour sustained winds. category one hurricane. as it continues to track up it's going to curve to the east and we're going to see it impact arizona and new mexico. dry conditions for us here. maybe a couple of high thin clouds tomorrow is all we're going to see out of this. tonight mostly clear, 74 is our low. our seven-day forecast temperatures are going to climb throughout the rest of this week. by friday we'll be at 100. 101 for las vegas on saturday. that's only three above normal. >> kim: what do you do when you want to go to a donuts with dad
throw on a stash. she didn't won't her son to miss out because she's a single parent. she got a ton of support that the event and everyone showing support online as well. she heard from parents all over the world on this one. she's going to do it again because she has two younger sons who want her to do the same thing when they have their donuts with dad event. >> dana: i like he's not embarrassed. we ha oflong island. hermine will not go away. it was a cat one hurricane in florida last week. still causing issues for the eastern united states. a tropical storm warning remains in effect from long island to pass mass. it is eventually expected to weaken by thursday. so another couple of days of impacts from that.
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>> toni-marie: one accident to watch out for eastbound on tropicana just before decute you decatur.does not appear to be as injury but they have a lane blocked. we are cruising over the west valley. one vehicle up there. hot air balloon over the spring mountain range on a lovely tuesday morning. >> kelly: tons of sunshine. light winds and temperatures this morning many locations in the 60's. grab a light jacket. you won't need it for long so
winds nice and light. temperatures warm up this afternoon expecting highs to top out in the mid 90's. pretty pleasant. triple digits are on the way back. we'll talk about when coming up. >> kim: she's proud of herself in the middle of lighting this car on purpose trying to get revenge on her exboyfriend. >> dana: going to light his car on fire. it's not his she got the wrong car. >> kim: wrong car. >> dana: we have the surveillance video. it's arson nonetheless. that is a 19-year-old woman and her name is carmen chamblee. she's feeding the flames inside the trunk. good thing she didn't light herself on fire. she didn't know what kind of ride her boyfriend drove? >> kim: maybe if she paid more
together. just saying. they are back to work in the united states capitol. >> dana: congress back from a summer break. they had 7 weeks off for the summer. nice work tuck find it. they have to get a number of things done. they have to fund the government. they got four weeks to get their business done because all of these guys at least on the house of representative side are up for reelection. they are going to work for four weeks and the election is 63 day as way. >> kim: still to come we had a local in action on american ninja warrior. how did chris [ fly buzzing ] did you know people can save over $500 when they switch to progressive? did you brush your hair today? yes, mom. why?
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keeps on improving. gout to pay attention behind the wheel to what is in front of you. that may have been the issue with this driver at this round about. failed to negotiate the round about properly and ended one the nose in the bushes there. metro investigating but the car looked north bound and hopped the curve. you can see the damage on the curb and ended up in the damage. now we conue >> jeff: we had an accident reported 215 north bound at town center. it looks to be all clear. 15 southbound and northbound are running ok. travel times and factoring in traffic ahead forecast summerlin parkway eastbound from 215 to the 957 minutes. little to know change in the
so far we are clear. >> kelly: we've got lots of sunshine out there this morning. little haze this morning. temperatures below normal. 91-degrees. sunny skies at noon. 95 at 3:00. by 6:00 this evening 93-degrees is what we are expecting. what about the rest of the week? we'll talk about anytime 10 minutes. >> dana: breaking news from hours ago. a woman hit and killed by a civic center. police say she was walking outside of a crosswalk when it happened. it shut down part of the intersections but that has since reopened. >> kim: we have another developing story to share. that little girl who was found dead just feet away from her bull head city home two years ago may have been sexually assaulted. a lot of people thought that might have been the case when this happened. the detective testified about
police say that eight-year-old bella was taken from her home in september of 2014. her little body found a few days later that. man you are seeing a picture of was arrested not long after her body was found and he happened to be a family friend and was living with the family at one point. he faces murder charges, child abuse charges, kidnapping charges and in light of that new information they may also throw sexual assault charges into the death penalty. >> dana: happening today. world war ii veteran is going to be laid to rest. his funeral will have full military honors at the southern nevada veterans memorial cemetery in boulder city beginning two and a half hours from now. a steady stream of people stopped by yesterday for his visitation to pay their respects. he was one of our favorite
like. he was always there. he's a little guy way huge personality. he was at ohm ha beach the day after d day. look at him come around the podium. he's adorable. i believe we had pictures from him returning to only ha beach some 70 years later. he passed away last week at the age of 91. >> kim: a part of the greatest generation and we had the opportunity interact with him because my maiden name is kopozo he gave me a peck on the cheek every time i saw him. ufc to the rescue is what happened. >> it's a great story. ufc star miesha tate happened to be hiking there on the mountain when she heard about a little
miesha. she was three miles above the valley floor when she fell and broke her arm. her mom how see here tried to carry her down but she was having a hard time. so tate approached the mom, offered her help telling her that she was a professional athlete and carrying her down would be an added workout and she would be happy to do it. mom and tate look at the little girl ky. with and she points to tate. >> you strong for me, i'll be strong for you. we'll get you down this hill faster if you are strong. it was a team effort. i feel like i got more out of it than anyone else did. that little girl was so inspirational. miesha was bullied in school for being too strong and tough and not girly enough. on the way down it all clicked
i'm strong. this is what i was meant to do. >> you don't want to meet her in the octagon but if you are injured you do. >> kim: we take to you live pictures out of the cincinnati area where they are holding a news conference. this is the coroner at the podium. they are holding this news conference about the what is happening in cincinnati is happening in so many communities across our great nation. they are addressing the crisis head on right now. we'll pay attention to this developing story. >> dana: hours ago american ninja warrior and we had a local guy trying to make it through the course. we'll show you how he did. >> kim: i'm allergic to you.
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>> kim: a local in the mix posting this on his instagram account. his friends are cheering him on. as he gets toward the end he ends up trying to jump for a rope. you see what happens. he went down into the drink below. within his social media post he says we have troubles on the roadways this. accident involves a car in the bushes. it's a failure to negotiate the
you see how these cars are doing. looks like that may have been going at a high rate of speed. took out a tiny portion of it and ended up in the bushes. we're down in the southeast part of the valley with a report of an accident. that is an accident reported but a bit of a let's send it to kelly ifer a look at your weather. >> sun bouncing off the mountains in the background. live picture out of spring valley. 68-degrees. winds nice and light for us. temperature as cross the area cool. grab a sweater heading out the door. you are not going to need it for long. have layers for today.
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polls that are out. it's reminds me of when megan kelly got off the anchor desk and said who is right. are we at that point? >> it's a tough one. you have to us and what have they been telling us over a course of months. that's how you look at these things. do we have polls that conflict? yes. do we have a trend? yeah. we have clinton who in most of the major polls, not the one today has been ahead.
bulk of that support she's losing and voters have been telling us all along they are not overly thrilled with either candidate. now it's coming down to the anytimety gritty. >> kim: let's focus on florida buzz we know hillary clinton is going to be campaigning there today. donald trump continues to say not only is he going to win new york, new j do have you the latest polls out of that battleground state? i don't. her voice is hampered today tells me they feel they have to put more focus on florida. these e she has a bigger ground operation that is going to work to her advantage. florida has been a player and a big one. when it comes to the battleground states, don't count
and notice where tim kaine is spending a lot of time. north carolina and trump will be there again today. we have the traditional battleground states. there are several you mentioned new jersey, new york that are not typically on that scale. our latest information shows she's still got a fairly significant advantage when it comes to thele >> kim: ohio, ohio, ohio. from the woman who is threat any purple this morning and smart as a whip. love talking with you. we'll do it again tomorrow. >> dana: speaking of ohio, they built the wall and they paid for it themselves. this happened at the county fair. republicans setting this up as a way to raise a little bit of
there gluing them together to build a wall. very clever and it worked too. some are saying this is not a good idea saying the fair and politics don't mix. a lot of people paid for those bricks. so many people have paid for the bricks they've had to disassemble and rebuild the wall three times. >> we have an update on the breaking news we first brought you at this time yesterday morning that has to do with that train cras w crashed into that car. a man has been arrested for his role in that crash. you are looking at his picture. police say he intentionally parked his car on the railroad tracks and got out of his car before the train hit. aaccording to authorities that man failed a breathalyzer test at the scene. his blood alcohol level over the
thank goodness. >> dana: hermine causing a lot of problems including these winds liking it hard to fight this fire in rhode island. firefighters on the scene. massive flames there as well. fortunely nobody home at the time of this fire. no injuries reported. no word on the cause of the fire. high winds not a good thing. >> kim: maybe you had your pa still struggling to fix a problem with the check in system. this is the whole ripple effect. we just checked with british air and flight 274 is headed here from rhonda rousey con. guess what, it's been delayed for three hours. that's just first check. if this affected you today check
about as well. if you are flying british airways check things out first because the ripple effect being felt this morning all over the globe. a spokesperson saying they are working as hard as they can to get this problem under control. >> dana: not the only thing causing delays in grain. this also causing delays. what is going on here. emergency crews arriving to the scene. a number of memrs blacklist matter movement banning together to try to cause a public disruption and it worked. flights disrupted. arrivals had to be diverted. the campaign group black lives matter says that its activist were behind this protest. the british arm of the movement wanted to highlight britain's impact on the lives of people locally and globally. 10 people were arrested last month after they blocked the
>> kim: back in this country we have dramatic footage coming in out of georgia as two little kids were taken when a carjacker doesn't realize they are in the car but rips off the vehicle. they are ok. they are back home safe and sound right now. within this footage from saturday night you see the driver of the car leaving it running, he runs into the gas station. twin one-year-old daughters in the car. try explaining that one toou takes advantage of the opportunity and jumps in the vehicle and speeds away. police found that car abandoned not far from the gas station. both little ones still in their car seats doing just fine. however one of the car seats happened to be outside the vehicle which is a little odd. both one-year-olds are ok. >> i can hear the conversation right now the wife telling the husband you left the car running
>> kelly: might want a light jacket. you won't need it for long. this is a live look outside. beautiful bl things started this morning. current temperatures downtown and north las vegas coming in at 68. anthem 66. sunrise you are at 68. summerlin 69. that's the current temperature. temperatures will be rising quickly. we're looking at mid 90's for highs this afternoon. got a lot of sunshine. no clouds in our area. we have clouds in arizona and new mexico. here is why. hurricane newton continuing to track to the north.
and new mexico but not here in southern nevada. things will stay quiet. pahrump 94 today. boulder city a high around 93. in las vegas 95. temperatures will be warming up. 100 by friday and 101 on saturday. >> dana: time for the water cooler. you've seen this picture before. now it's gone viral. there is an update to this happened last night before the football game with ole miss. he sat down with that 11-year-old autistic boy when he was sitting alone eating his lunch in the lunchroom. travis and him have become friends. he presented him with his own florida state jersey.
have much to cheer about in the first half. but they came back. biggest comeback in florida state history beating ole miss 35-34. chevy chase has checked into rehappen. a spokesperson saying it is a tuneup. not the first time. in 1996 he checked into the betty ford center to deal way pa stefani and blake shellton hit the lake together for the weekend. she posted these photos to her instagram account. her youngest son was sitting on blake's lap riding the boat having a great time. wouldn't shock me if these two kids got married one day. >> we know they were on a boat because blake's face is sun burned.
god ate it. >> dana: he didn't listen to kelly's advice. >> kim: she says put on the sunscreen. the cw las vegas with the lovely and talented kendall and jeff this morning. >> jeff: thank you for being here. we've got you covered. a local ufc fighter helps a little girl hurt hiking. mi >> and why the feuding started in the first place that destroyed a house. >> jeff: a special deal. we'll tell you all about i. wake
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good morning. homestretch. clinton and trump kick their campaigns into high gear. >> hillary clinton would be a disaster. >> every time i think about trump i get allergic. li in our new poll but the electoral map shows an even tougher mountain for trump to climb. with just 63 days to go can he turn things around? not over yet. hermine stirring up more high winds and dangerous rip currents. warnings still in effect. beaches in new york closed for a third day. glitch in the system. overnight a major airline's check-in outage leading to long lines and delays at airports across the country and around the world.