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>> marie: as promised we're going take a break from our continuing coverage on the rearrest of a murder suspect and let's talk about something lighter. the weather. >> reed: today felt a little bit like the temperatures climb add little bit. >> chloe: they're going to keep climbing next few days. i'm sorry again. i'm just the messenger. we'll look at the next new -- few days. outside we have many friends who have been enjoying the nice heat. you can see partly cloudy skies in las vegas and speaking of
outside. this is dewy. just taking in the sunshine. bill sent this photo in. we even got a viewer who is watching us from prunedale, california. sent us those cows also enjoying the sunshine across the region. like i said outside it's been pretty calm. it's beautiful outside. aren't we lucky that we live here? a few scattered clouds filtering in over southern nevada. that's pretty much the weather story of today. temperatures right now a little warmer compared to yes ranging from the low to mid-90s in summerlin, centennial and blue diamond, to 97 degrees in sunrise. quite a variation in temperatures on either side of town at the moment. winds are still pretty calm mostly in the single digit category as we look at conditions outside the valley. mid-90s for lake mead as well as pahrump and 73 at mount charleston with also pretty calm conditions wind wise. air quality. in the good quality with
and weather next few days you may remember we've been talking about newton. this is a post tropical storm you can see moving over the southwest. we're continuing to track the movement of this system. we showed you earlier some very heavy flooding. you can see right here continuing to move over arizona and into new mexico. for us it hasn't really brought us much impact except for a few scattered high clouds moving from the south. you can see over the past few hours some of the clouds rolling in over the area. next few days we're gin activity weaken across the area. clearing out by end of the workweek. as we look ahead to the next few days, really not much change for our weather pattern. we're still going to remain fairly dry and temperatures are going to keep going up. overnight temperatures in the mid-70s. pretty safe to call it a normal night tonight. under mostly clear skies. 76 for you in overton. 66 indian springs and low 70s for boulder city. highs tomorrow will be a degree or two warmer compared to the
expected for overton as well as lake mead. 73 mount charleston. 99 for las vegas. a similar weather compared to our temperatures for today. maybe a degree or so warmer though. that trend will continue all the way through the weekend. saturday we've got 101 degrees expected. as we make our way into the next workweek, a system passing through will kick up the wind speeds aloing us to cool down quite a bit into the low 90s by middle of next week. we'r they're bringiging drugs, they'e brigning crime, they're rapists... you could see there was blood coming
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interrogation room. you see there some of the debris in the ceiling that's been removed as he made his way through the ceiling. ultimately out of the building. police didn't find out that he had been gone until about half-hour after this escape. >> reed: this is a man who was being questioned in a murder case. he's been on the loose on our streets for several days. what we can tell you, a group of law enforcement officers, multi-agency effort here. they were able to catch him and this is his mugshot last night. alonzo perez once aga bars. and so many breathing a sigh of relief and hoping he stis where he belongs behind bars. >> marie: north las vegas police didn't give us finite detail how he was taken into custody. it was an fbi fugitive team. we're waiting for the details come out. once again, relief from the community and especially the family, the victim's family who had been waiting for his arrest. >> reed: more at five. in the race for the white house hillary clinton and donald trump take some pretty
>> marie: the forum airs at 8:00 p.m. here on news 3. city handelsman sets the scene from new york where tonight's showdown will take place. >> reporter: in philadelphia donald trump detailed how he would boost military spending by tens of billions of dollars. >> peace through strength. >> reporter: on global jihad trump says he would order his generals to have a plan in 30 days to destroy isis. he would hike funding for the military for more personnel, mor step up cyber defense and offense, but not be quick to fight trump said. >> unlike my opponent, my foreign policy will emphasize diplomacy not destruction. >> reporter: hillary clinton who got the endorsement of 95 retired admirals and generals slammed trump's approach yesterday. >> we're going work with our allies not insult them. we're going stand up to our adversaries. not cozy up to them.
new york tonight for back-to-back q & a on defense issues at the commander-in-chief forum on nbc, trump leads clinton 55-36 in the nbc survey monkey poll among military voters, active duty and retired like vietnam vet richard vandyke. >> i think trump would be the better one militarily. >> reporter: sure to come up tonight, the revelation that the u.s. gave iran 1.7 billion in cash. not just 400 white house. >> trust will be the number one issue tonight with isis and china and russia on the rise, can trump, can clinton convince voters they can be trusted to be commander-in-chief? i'm steve handelsman, nbc news on the intrepid in new york city. >> marie: foreign policy is front and city this campaign and military strategy to deal with isis often the centerpiece. >> reed: national correspondent lisa fletcher in dc to tell you
opposite position and critics say both lack clarity when they do that on details. >> reporter: foreign policy is front and center this campaign and military strategy to deal with isis often the centerpiece. while both candidates have decidedly opposite positions critics say both lack clarity on the details. there's no shortage of strong rhetoric. >> about the terrorists you have to take out their families. >> he has said he would order our military to carry out torture and the murder of suspected terrorists. >> reporter: but what specific military strategy and intervention looks like under each candidate lacks details for many. >> both have kind of created broad outlines of how they view the military and you how they would use the military but have not gone into details. >> reporter: phillip lowhouse works on national security and future warfare strategy for the american enterprise institute. he says whether it's clinton
explanation of how they'll work or trump broadly calling for more ground troops, critical details are often absent. this week trump suggested the military simply lacked the sense of urgency to defeat isis. >> they will have 30 days to submit to the oval office a plan for soundly and quickly defeating isis. >> i think that the generals already have sound plans to defeat isis. the question isn't what the generals think and whether it's feasible or not. the question is whether it's politically feasible. >> reporter: tuesday trump released a list of 88 military endorsements. quickly answered by the clinton campaign with a list of 95 retired admirals and generals who support her as commander-in-chief. >> there's a big debate in the national security community about whether it's appropriate for these generals to make endorsements when one comes up with a list and another comes out with another list the affects cancel each other house. >> reporter: he says voters
for a window into the military under each candidate. isis, drones, all topics on voters want more information. including what's going to become of the v.a. another topic sure to come up. donald trump says he wants to privatize as pemgs. -- aspects of it. voters curious to know what hillary clinton thinks of the obama administration reforms and if she would do anything. >> marie: apple took the wraps off wait until you see how
they introduced it. >> reed: munchies for the military. the local effort to show love and appreciation to our armed
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las vegas. we take to you america's got talent. the semi-finals last night. and the act that everybody is talking about. ? [music] ? that is 14-year-old gina brown and her cover of katy perry's "rise." we'll find out if she the finals tonight here on channel 3. take fru that 14-year-old to 12-year-old a student from indonesia who starts college next week in canada. that's right he is 12. the registrar of admissions at the university of water loo saying the boy's application was so impressive it was hard to believe it came from a 12-year-old. the boy says he learned english from watching american comedy movies and translating the
las vegas. he is a sixth grader named mason schneider ranked 27th in the world in his age group in golf in the world. he is tied for 12 at the junior worlds against the best players from the u.s., japan, south africa, india, new zealand and beyond. his best round ever? a 68. that's for 18 holes. he's had five holes in one in his career. remember the name, mason schneider. may be the next jordan parents don't even play golf. that's what's buzzing today las vegas. we'll send it back to you. >> marie: the remains of elaine harmon a pioneering woman pilot from world war ii were finally laid to rest at arlington national cemetery today. >> reed: she was one of a thousand women service pilots called wasps who flew non-combat missions to free up men for combat missions. they were considered pioneers because they were the first
military. she died last year at 95. it was her wish to have her ashes placed at arlington but the army worried about running out of space and said the wasps were no longer eligible. lawmakers removed that restriction this year. her family must be so proud of her legacy. let's talk about other things to be proud about. for the good stuff where we highlight the great things done by amazing people to bring light into our world. in the course of our daily, busy lives it's easy to forget we military troops away from their families, who are defending our freedoms hoot noenl here on our soil but overseas. >> marie: with that in mind we're thankful a local radio station has launched it's munchys for the military drive. all day long mix 94.1 and the douglas j. green memorial foundation are collecting munchies, snacks to sent to service members. douglas green was a u.s. soldier killed in action in afghanistan in 2011. michelle velez was live at the drive this morning.
with the 15th anniversary of september 11th. collections of the munchies and cash continue until six this evening at two sam's clubs locations. the one at 215 and eastern. the other at centennial and tropical on the northwest valley. the goal is to raise 20,000 items and $20,000. >> reed: on sunday september 11th at noon the community is invited to come help sort the donations and prep the care packages for shipping. they will raw on west craig. carpool karaoke is the thing right now. yesterday waits the minnesota vikings. >> marie: today i was apple ceo tim cook. >> what do you think of tim cook. >> he is wonderful but scheduling his appointments is crazy. [ laughter ] ?. >> marie: even ceos can jam it
involving cook and comedian james corden was how apple kicked off the event introducing the iphone7 to the world. pretty good marketing. apple is turning carpool karaoke into its own series for apple music. i wonder if siri really does judge you on your karaoke skills in the car? >> reed: i don't know. but, you know, i have a feeling i know how i can find out. siri how is my karaoke? >> i'm not >> reed: she doesn't understand. >> marie: maybe she'll get involved. we'll have to get an upgrade for you. a high school cheerleader in california gets a lot of love from her football team. >> reed: ashley was diagnosed with leukemia. one of the football players wanted to show support and he got the whole team to join in. as the players did their usual walk on to the field you can see her reaction. they reach stopped to lay a rose at her feet. orange by the way is the color for leukemia awareness.
overwhelmed and speechless. it's so wonderful to see hour kids responding with kindness. i love it. >> marie: let's continue this conversation about what's made you smile today. is it the new iphone7? is it singing in the car? tweet us @marienews3lv, @reednews3lv or the station @news3lv. >> reed: make sure to change the conversation on facebook by like our facebook page. that gets you into all kinds of facebook liv we love to see you there as well. to find us search for ksnv news 3 las vegas. >> marie: let's look at what's coming up on "news 3 live at five" today. more on that video released by north las vegas police of the escape of a murder suspect. >> reed: at 5:00 the extraordinarily lengths one family went to remember their precious pooch. >> marie: from bottle neck security lines to a less than 30 minute wait. a progress report on tsa's travel screening. those stories plus we'll check
at five." >> reed: an american and two russians returned to earth after a six-month mission aboard the international space station. their capsule made a safe landing in kazakhstan. this mission made nasa's jeff williams for the u.s. record holder for time in orbit. he spent 535 days in space over four missions. he beat the previous mission set by scott kelly during his year in orbit. >> let's talk about the weather. spoiled because at night it cools down and you want that to continue. >> chloe: temperatures dropping down into the 60s and 70s. but we're going warm up a little bit over the next few days. not too crazy. just a few more degrees. maybe, i don't know, sleeveless i guess next few days. it's going to be pretty nice. this afternoon people out enjoying the lake. you can see a time-lapse over the last few hours at the lake mead marina. partly cloudy skies.
filtering in over the area. some guy in a tugboat enjoying the sunshine. you will get plenty of days to do that especially with our forecast. you cannot not 34u67 change in our weather in henderson. a little bit of a breeze this morning. nothing too severe near spring valley. we'll check in with a few neighborhoods right now all in the 90s club. a little warmer tomorrow. low 90s on the west side of the valley. 97 degrees for sunrise on the east side of town. 93 southeast. and 97 for the downtown ea slightly out of the south. but won't be a problem really this evening. checking in with a few neighborhoods. pecos and bonanza 97 near child haven. 97 at sheila tarr middle school. and mid-70s for mount charleston lundy elementary school. 74 mount charleston. 94 for pahrump. also in the low 90s for
tomorrow. but before we get to that we'll talk about the rest of the evening. staying in the 90s in las vegas with skies clearing up just a little bit more later on this evening. looking at the satellite. we're tracking the movement of newton. the post tropical storm that's starting to move or continuing to move through the southwest. you can see he movement here over the last few hours over arizona and creeping in to new mexico. you can see bringing some abundant rainfall. some areas seeing flooding and flash flooding. we've been fairly the high clouds spilling in over southern nevada. here what's we're expecting next few hours. the storm activity will continue to dissipate as we make our way towards the end of the workweek. that is pretty much the end of the story for that storm. we're going to stay fairly dry. our usual pattern. nice weather expected by the weekend. overnight tonight looking at mid-70s. winds will continue out of the south southwest up to ten miles
mid-60s for indian springs. 43 degrees mount charleston. by tomorrow afternoon we'll be in the low 70s there. triple digits expected for overton and lake mead. 97 on tap for boulder city. 94 sandy valley and 98 for degrees in pahrump in the afternoon. so close to the triple-digit threshold not expecting to make it directly in las vegas tomorrow but still going to be warm and sunny. be like dewy and enjoy the rays while we have them. and speaking of that, the hot weather, certainly and also a toasty day for the bite of las vegas. after that, weak system passing through will only kick up wind speeds. won't bring us any rain but a nice cool down with low 90s on tap. i have to admit. i've never done this before. a food forecast for the bite of location. >> reed: please do it every day. >> chloe: if you are planning on heading to the bite of las vegas, here's your forecast. it's going to be a wonderful day. calm weather.
great excuse to get out and eat a bunch of food. >> marie: um, all in! [ laughter ] thank you. one of the best shots at the u.s. open didn't happen during a match. you got to check this out. after this player secured a win she swatted a tennis ball into the seats right into a girl on the upper-deck. whoa! she caught that one handed! wow. pretty amazing right. that reaction just priceless. caroline semi-finals.
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