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away with almost 100 guns. a deadly case of domestic violence, a husband and wife found dead in an apparent murder-suicide. thank you for staying with us. i'm marie mortera. >> i'm reed cowan. we brought you this story as breaking news last night at 10:00. it's our top story at 7:00. news 3's antonio castelan spoke with neighbors about this say that a 38-year-old man shot his wife, then took his own life. the clark county coroner still has not positive i identified the couple. police say that the 41-year-old woman was in the process of leaving the home. people living at this henderson community are still in shock over the murder-suicide that happened last night. >> this is a pretty quiet neighborhood. we would wave at each other. >> reporter: this man who did
he heard gunshots ring out yesterday morning. police say after 6:00 last night, they received a call from a family member to check the house. when police entered the house, they found a man and woman dead. >> the enemy was inside. the gun was inside the house. it's not like someone broke in or someone assaulted they. >> reporter: police do say they responded to a recent domestic violence call at the home just about a month ago. no one knew much information about the couple found inside neighbors say the couple did have children. >> where will they be headed? no one knows. will they end up at a home? >> reporter: the court koi still has not positively identified the couple. police say the couple left behind a 14-year-old and 9-year-old daughter. antonio castelan, news 3. >> thank you. a murder victim's family members say they felt hike they've been in limbo waiting for the trial in their case to
wish as the trial began with jury selection. david is accused of killing his fiance in may of 2009. prosecutors believe he stabbed 45-year-old robin jenkins to death in the couple's home. jenkins' father said the wait has been an immense personal struggle. >> going through a process of forgiveness of the person who murdered my daughter, also then and forgiveness of the system that would take this long. >> jury collection is expected to take another day. new at 7:00, the lucky casino has an open date. the property will open o on saturday, december 3rd. to celebrate in true asian tradition, there will be a firecracker show, a lion and
tea service. they will start to take reservations on october 1st. a french tourist was killed and two others injuressed after a skiing accident in chile. -- in chile. the victim's father was hurt. his brother walked away with minor injuries. they climbed to the volcano to ski without a guide. the chilean they were not authorized to do that. a tight race in 2016. with nine weeks until election day, donald trump and hillary clinton are in a dead heat -- heat in the polls. but one new poll shows donald trump taking the lead nationally. >> i think we've had a good man. it's been -- the stopping of illegal immigration has been very, very important. >> trump talking up his 2-point lead in the poll.
that matter most, she's still dominant. coming up at 10:00, we'll look at how the vice president's candidates are trying to sway the polls. the senate has struck down the dekaw funding bill. it failed 52 votes to 46. on their first day back, lawmakers continue to disagree on t this is the third time senate democrats have voted against the bill and the veterans administration bill that accompanies it. democrats opposed the bill because it would block planned parenthood clinics in puerto rico from receiving new funding to treat the disease. president obama meeting resistance in asia. parts of the trip included harsh words particularly from the
>> i'm the president-a suburban state. >> slamming president obama on monday after white house officials it previously said obama would confront the president about the handling of drug dealers, including a wave of killings. >> you must be respectful. >> reporter: he's also using profanity saying he >> i've seen those colorful statements in the past. so clearly he's a colorful guy. >> reporter: the white house canceled obama's scheduled meeting in laos where obama is attending a meeting with leaders. the president said he regrets the comments came across as a personal attack. that wasn't the only tension there. there were also some awkward moments with vladimir putin.
typically, the tone of our meetings are candid, blunt, business-like. >> reporter: obama also addressing the failure of the two nations to reach a deal aimed about bringing a truce in syria. >> given the gaps of trust that exist. that's a tough negotiation. a police chase ended in gunfire in phoenix. look at this video. you see the suspect driving a black suv and running away from police think the vehicle may have been involved in a bank robbery before the chase took place. there's the pitt pit maneuver. officers fired at the vehicle. phoenix police say think all of the suspects are in custody but the one behind the wheel reportedly dead. no word on the injuries. chicago has hit a milestone
happened over labor day weekend. that makes 2016 chicago's deadliest year in two decades. 28 people have been shot. anger is growing in the community about a perceived lack of investment and help from city hall and the police department. >> now there is an added anger because the despair of this younger generation is saying enough. so there is an a a hopelessness. unfortunately, we take it out on people closest to us. so the anger takes out in the community. >> chicago's homicide rate is higher than new york and los angeles but chicago is not the homicide capital of the u.s. new orleans, st. louis, detroit, baltimore, all have higher rates when you drill down the data per capita. wildfire watch continues in
the fire sparked monday afternoon. fire is only about 10% contained and threatens about 300 structures there. a mandatory evacuation order is in effect for the area. so far we can tell you, be there are no reports of injury. the cause is still under investigation. a national college closing its doors without a warning. >> how local students at itt tech can get their tuition money back. and the pets left behind in devastating floods are starting a new life. we'll tell you how getting involved. and we are getting warmer. here is a look at the high temperatures today. we'll continue to crank up the dial on those numbers over the next few days.
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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.
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within 60 seconds, they took between 60 and 80 guns and a backpack full of ammunition. the value, about 40 grand. one of the thieves was cut during the break-in. so they got some dna evidence. a -- a hotel in dupy. a forest inside of a skyscraper. it's part of hilton's luxury brand. architects say the more than 75,000-square foot rain forest will include adventure trails, a sandless beach, a splash pool and water falls. of course, if you get hungry, there's the rain forest cafe.
prehistoric girassic park. nevada you willmakers are looking to tighten the reigns on medical marijuana like these. that means no car coon characters. the goal here to prevent accidents with candy. patricia farley says the idea is re >> it's been phenomenal. there's support from the industry. they don't have to do this. there's no law from preventing them. but just the mere fact that they are supportive now, because it will take to the end of 2017 for this. >> lawmakers are also
teachers suddenly laid off from itt college. the lawsuit said the company didn't give the 8,000 employees 60 days' notice. there were mass layoffs that took a lot of people by surprise. they say this is due to an investigation over recruiting and accounting practices at the school. 40,000 students, including those right here in the valley, also reeling from the sudden closures. news 3's christy wilcox caught up with former students who got the e-mail just this morning.
north las vegas students earlier today who came to the door to see if, in fact, it was closed one student told me he owed $60,000 in student loans and has no degree to show for it. the road to success means getting an edgegation to this woman. an early-morning e-mail from itt took caught them both offguard. >> i had a great experience here. for it to end this way is horrible. >> my main concern is making sure i can payhe get them discharged. >> reporter: itt says it had to close its doors after the department of education required new conditions for them to participate in federal financial aid programs. linda montgomery with the learning center says students like newman may qualify for loan discharge but must continue to pay their loans. >> if they stop making payments, they will be ineligible under that program.
payments. >> reporter: montgomery says if you want higher education, do your due diligence for any school that you are interested in. >> the lawsuits that have been going on for over a year have been posted on the internet and lawsuits on other ongoing institutions that have yet to fall. >> reporter: nevada's commission on post-secondary education says it's working on a potential credit transfer agreement with other local colleges. still, after this morning's news, there's reasons to stay motivated. >> she's 7 years old. she needs her mommy to accomplish something. >> reporter: if you think you qualify for the student lone -- student loan discharge, there is an application process. we will have that on news3lv.com. back to you. some people in louisiana have lost everything in the devastating floods, including their pets.
five dogs rescued were taken to jacksonville, florida to bring joy to a different community. the dogs will join the tails program. >> we've seen folks just by interacting with one dog. what we've heard from the inmates, they learn responsibi. be put up for adoption. we like to talk about dogs and weather. i don't know if we can call this the dog days of summer. >> not by our standards. when you think about the real las vegas weather, we're done. >> we're done with 115. stick a fork in 115. we made it through. let's look forward to what we're
still headed our way, but nothing like bedealt with a couple of months ago. outside nice sky. look at that. clear conditions outside. recapping the afternoon. we made it to 96 degrees. we started off kind of cool in the 60s. the rest of our neighborhoods, 65 for sunrise. upper 60s for we talked about. 98 degrees for sunrise in comparison with the low 90s near summerlin, blue diamond and centennial. we'll see slightly warmer weather tomorrow. outside the numbers are looking like this, a mixture of 80s and 90s across the valley. still toasty. warmer compared to last night. winds are fairly calm and will continue to decrease over the next few hours. good news there. we'll see dry weather continue for our area.
much change. still gonna see a lot of sunshine over the next few days. the dryness will continue. we've been talking this storm right here. this is hurricane newton and you can see it's already starting to make its way into the mainland of mexico. you can see right there, expecting to make another landfall by early tomorrow morning. this thing is actually going to continue trekking into our region. as we fast forward more, you can see it moving into parts of southern arizona, southeast iz new mexico. it's not gonna bring us any weather impact at all. so it looks like we'll stay fairly dry. that dry and warm trend that we're all so used to, 74 degrees looking at very calm conditions this evening under clear skies. 50 degrees on the mountains. 71 for overton. 57 degrees for pahrump. low 70s for boulder city. tomorrow afternoon, we'll add a few numbers to our high
101 in lake mead. 98 degrees for pahrump and the low 70s for mount charleston and 94 for indian springs. so close to the triple digits tomorrow. but we're not expecting it to happen until, well, the next few days and then we'll keep that trend around for a little while through the weekend at least. it will be a wonderful weekend to go out and enjoy the bite of las vegas. temperatures will be pretty toasty. but just when you start getting used to the heat, temperatures drop l kick up a little bit. mid-90s are expected. >> summer is over. you heard it. it's official. >> feels like it. it's officially -- >> scorching summer temperatures are done. >> yes. the terribleness is done. [laughter] well, as apple gears up for a big announcement, a smart competitor recovers from a meltdown. >> we'll tell you what you
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customers' phones. but according to the wall street journal, 2.5 phones have been shipped and consumer reports says its shoppers are still finding them in stores and online. >> without an official recall from the consumer products safety commission, it's not illegal to sell these phones but this is a safety ire. issue. so we feel a recall should be issued immediately. >> reporter: this is the second samsung phone to have in recent weeks. the active failed water resince resist tans tests. samsung said that issue has been fixed. they say the problem with the note involves a battery cell. if you happen to own this phone, consumer report says disconnect it if it gets unusually hot during charging and then suggest
coming up at 11:00, an amazing wedding photo becomes an viral this sensation. also -- the new robot that aims to lower wait times at major home improvement stores. those stories and breaking news as it happens tonight at 11:00. finally here at 7:00, the vikings have made their own version of karaoke. ? we're having a party ? ? we don't need nobody ? >> the nfl team posted this video of the players belting out their favorite tunes. >> they were singing a few tunes. >> and to show off their moves,
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