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the security on the new iphone is going to be the best of its kind. >> absolutely. >> do you know how i read that? >> how? >> a leak on the internet. [ laughter ] >> do you see the irony of that? >> i do see the irony of that. >> likable guys there in that car. that's apple's ceo taking a the iphone today. cool features likely to be distributed and some debate about whether they are worth it. >> along with the new iphone there is a new watch designed for runners. the company detailed these futures of the new ios 10 operating system. better security, as you just heard. mark barger has highlights.
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>> reporter: apple executives beat the drum for the newest iphone. >> this is a stupor computer for photos. >> reporter: an upgraded cameras for 7 and dual cameras for 7-plus. water resistance and sharper screens are included. but it's the absence of a traditional headphone jack that's making the biggest stir. >> it's the courage to move on, do something new that betters all of us. >> reporter: the phone's connector will acquire ear buds that are included along with an adapter. >> the beginning of a throughly wireless future. >> reporter: but the airpods will be an option for $159. >> there's no doubt about t people will have a hard time getting over this. as with all of the technologies, we'll probably adjust. >> reporter: with iphone 7 prices starting at $649 and orders beginning on friday,
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change. mark barger, nbc news. >> great. we're going back to the days when everything will walk around with things sticking out of their dears. industry watchers are predicting a more dramatic change with next year's tradition. it will mark the 10th anniversary. can you believe that? >> pretty cool. have you noticed wait times at airport security checkpoints are getting better. that's according to the transportation secretary. he says tha funding shifts by congress it allowed the tsa to hire 1,000 more screeners nationwide. it also converted part-time agents to full time. the wait times improved without compromising security. >> this summer 98.4% of the traveling public had a wait time of less than 30 minutes across the country. 92.1% had a wait time of less
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of them had a wait time of five minutes or less. >> johnson also says the average wait time at the nation's busiest airports is less than ten minutes. two planes collide midair killing two people in carrollton, georgia. the faa says the diamond and beech planes hit each other west of the airport. airport officials say both of those planes wer t happened. two men and one woman were killed. the faa and ntsb are investigating. today more calls for action on both sides of the aisle on how to fund and fight the zika virus. well, yesterday, senate democrats blocked a $1.1 billion funding bill because there was controversial content. dianne gallagher
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>> reporter: a different kind of battle drags on on capitol hill over funding to combat the zika virus. >> speaker ryan, please bring a clean bill to the floor. the people of america are depending on you. the unborn children of america are depipedding on you. >> now democrats are crying foul in the provisions in the house bill stretching a ban on confederate flags in military cemeteries and blocking planned parenthood but house speaker paul ryan -- >> give me a break on this thing. the house did its job. we'll figure out how to get this done but we have done our job over and over again. and i think they should drop these filibusters. >> reporter: not all members agree. >> the it's gone on far too
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mosquitoes to the house floor. >> can you imagine, colleagues, the fear and anxiety that these 100 mosquitoes were outside of the jar and not inside. members of congress would run down the hall to the physician's office to be tested. they would spray themselves before coming here. this is the fear of floridians right here. >> reporter: house members are meeting on friday and believe they can get this funding through by the end of the month. it's a sal nbc. the first ever commander-in-chief forum airs at 8:00. >> it's taking space as the intrepid in new york city. matt laur will moderate. some of the questions will come from members of the military, both active and veterans. they will make up most of the audience. first 30 minutes are hillary clinton, donald trump is taking the second half of the hour-long
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won the coin toss. you can watch it right here on channel 3. news 3 beginning at 8:00. >> and our mission is to connect our viewers. we've reached out to both candidates to participate in extended interviews with us and our sister stations across the country. we want to hear from you. tell us what issues are relevant to you. what would you ask donald clinton? share your thoughts on news3lv.com. we want to give you a voice. questions surround the divide between some republican lawmakers and donald trump. one of those republicans behind donald trump is congressman joe heck who is running for senator harry reid's seat here in nevada. a reporter from cnn caught up with heck in the hallways of the capitol.
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>> you are complete supportive? >> i am. >> do you trust hill with his finger on the nuclear button. >> why do you say that? >> why wouldn't i? a wild police chase in los angeles ended with a fiery car crash. police say the driver was blowing through stop signs. he was driving wildly through the streets before crashing into the pole. with the car, there was smoke and flames. the map stopped to jump out of the car as it burst into an all-out fire he there. he gave up. we've seen chocolate fountains over the years. but if you ever seen a beer fountain? >> angels may sing when they see that. and the nfl season kicks off.
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super bowl 50 and brandon
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. there's a race going on right now. the world's clean energy super power's either going to be germany, china, or us. and i'm going to make sure it's us.
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the competition and create new high wage jobs. we can do this, millions of jobs right here in america. that's my plan. followup to a story we brought you at:00. classes at walter johnson junior will be canceled tomorrow after
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that substance to the school and the district wants to make sure it's cleaned up. five kids may have been exposed and their parents were immediately notified. drones are being used to help determine the stability of earthquake damaged buildings in italy. this is some of the video from inside those devastated structures. drones can get right inside. last month's quake claimed 30 people and left thousands homeless. after lying to investigators in rio, olympic swimmer ryan lochte is expected to be suspended by the u.s. olympic committee and usa swimming. the ten-month suspension happens tomorrow. lochte and three other swimmers initially told police they had been held up by armed men posing as rio police officers during the games. it was later revealed that lochte made up much of that
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also be punished but not severely as lochte. lochte will not be able to compete in the 2017 world championships that happens in july. all right. beer lovers, listen up. the curious actually gathered around town square to watch europe's first ever beer fountain. >> if you like that idea, you will have to head to slow vain -- to slovania. >> it won'th brew but for $6.75 visitors will get a cup. it will be changing out on a regular basis. >> there you go. now it's time to take a look at some. stories we're -- we'll have 7:00. firefighters come home to find his fire burned. the piece of technology he said destroyed everything in his
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get caught while robbing a bank. well, news 3 is your weather authority. we're talking temperatures. >> talking temperatures which have been quite kind to us lately. >> especially in the morning hours. >> yeah. >> we have more of those coming. just not between now and the weekend. probably have to -- to wait until monday and tuesday. if you were up early, you caught a gorgeous sunrise. looking eastward. courtesy of the clouds associated with part of and i mean the extreme edge of hurricane newton. those clouds visible to the east. they've thinned and are clearing out and are done with us. probably an hour and then out of here. 93 east of town. we've had as a result of newton's leftovers being in the vicinity slightly higher levels of humidity. you may have felt that as well.
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92 and 27%. we're seeing upper 80s on the far west side. low 90s through the heart of town. pahrump is coming in at 92 while overton is checking in at 9. for yours thundershowers, we'll get started in the 70s. we'll be close to 80, 81. low to mid-90s at lunchtime. we'll be right up against that 100-degree mark by late in the afternoon. fourth day in a r expecting much in the way of wind. should see 10 miles an hour or less. around the country, the most significant news, those remnants of newton drenched areas along the southern arizona area. in tucson about an inch. that's what we're seeing in arizona and new mexico. this will go into the plain states. we're not done hearing about it. there will be more areas with pockets of heavy rain.
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concerned, we were on the edge. that's gonna slowly scour out. as we get toward the weekend with the system coming into the rest, then we'll see the winds pick up. humidity really drop and the temperatures will drop as well after the little front goes through. 86 in reno. 81 in salt lake. low 70s in southern california. 97 in phoenix and 73 in san francisco. for southern nevada tonight, indian springs, 66. 40s on the high temperatures tomorrow, 102 at the lake, it will be 98 over the turn and 111 over there in death valley. our valley tonight, going down to 75 degrees. not officially clear yet. but that's gonna happen as the rest of those clouds move out and off to the northeast. 100 will be the official high temperature tomorrow. that qualifies for warm sunshine. we have more of that where those numbers came from. going into the weekend, 101,
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afternoon. monday, oh, yeah. you will notice it but on the back side of that system we're talking low 90s. around 70. so more morning temperatures. not too bad in the afternoon. >> no. get the run in. >> thank you. >> low 90s sound nice. all right. tomorrow night at this time, the nfl season will be underway. the opener is between denver and carolina. have a super bowl rematch there. randy is here to tell us about a local player seven months ago, brandon marshall there for the denver broncos was celebrating a super bowl 50 in santa clear raw, 24-10 win. tomorrow night the two teams kick off the regular season with a rematch in denver that will -- you will be able to see right here on the big 3. it won't be the same game as last year. denver lost peyton manning to retirement.
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contract. he signed a four-year $32 million. 10million signing bonus. he had a very nice offseason. he's ready for a prime time opener and a chance to repeat. >> it's gonna be mean a lot. the crowd will be electric. i promise you it will be an exciting game and hopefully we can shut them down again. >> how good can this defense be coming back? >> i think excellent. just as good if not we lost two key pieces but we have guys who can step in. we have good depth. we had depth all last season. everybody is still hungry. >> and here is a look at the lines -- carolina going into denver as a 3-point favorite. mets called up a few 51s for their game against cincinnati. nobody saw them play.
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31.5 games out of first place. big crowd there for -- to watch the reds play play the mets. it would be curtis granderson. joey breaks his bat over his knee after he strikes out and then wilmer flores puts it into the empty seats. mets win it. they are holding onto that wild card spot by five games. andy murray serving in the second set. nice liner down the line. that was andy. and he wins it. his opponent trying to extend the match to a fifth set. the up forced error from murray. these two played four hours. they go into the fifth set. the opponent gets the win there. murray misses his fourth
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the grand slam early. tiger woods, says he's ready to come back and play some golf. he hopes to play the safeway open in october in napa valley and the turkish airlines in november and he will play in his tigers woods invitational next month. he says rehab is coming along. he still has work to do. he's not coming back to vegas where he >> sounds like he's gonna see how it goes along the way. >> yep, and take some time off and then he will be back. incredibly rare find on the beach in australia. >> something that's been around for oh, millions of years. we will tell you about this
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danny tarkanian's carrying a lot of baggage. as a real-estate developer, tarkanian was penalized for failing to pay thousands in property taxes. tarkanian was ordered by a judge to repay $17 million in a failed development scheme. tarkanian refused to pay the money back, forcing taxpayers to bail him out, leaving us holding the bag. danny tarkanian's out for himself, not us.
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hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. bob kidder, owner, newew england shirt company: this factory has been here since eighteen eighty-three. we have over sixty people here making shirts labled made in america. but donald trump's brand of shirts come from china, his suits from mexico, his coats from india. trump's products have been made in twelve other countries because he says there's no place in america that he can make them. well there is. you know donald trump says he'll make america great again while
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let's get your thursday started with plenty of sunshine. we'll be serving weather sunnyside up. temperatures, 76 at 7:00. on our way to 100. clouds, gone. humidity will be lower and not much wind expected. kelly will keep you updated with all of the temperatures on news
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sometimes you can find buried treasure at the beach. >> yeah, but none as rare as one beachgoer found here. these are dinosaur footprints, incredibly. bindi lee was collecting seashells near the town of broom when she felt an indentation in the sand. she push brushed the sand away and there they >> the 10000 million old tracks, he said those were probably made by a medium-sized carnivore. >> wonder what they do now. they probably pour the plaster in them and do the molds. >> i don't know. i just want to know what the carnivore was doing on the beach. that will wrap it up for us
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and in that broadcast, cheerleaders are usually motivating football players. you will love this story. what football players did and why for a young student fighting cancer. good kids out there. i pledge allegiance, to the flag [continues in background] they're bringing drugs, they're brigning crime, they're rapists... you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes... blood coming out of her...wherever [pledge continues in background] you gotta see this guy; "oh, i don't know what i said. ah, i don't remember." i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters... get him the hell out of here... get him out of here!
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right now at 7:00, the police are not perfect. that's how north las vegas's top cop explained the escape of a murder suspect. a man is set free after being once suspected of killing
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the victim's girlfriend said she fears for her life. a firefighter's house turned to ash while he was away. the hazard he said likely destroyed his entire home. high, friends. surveillance video right here shows exactly how a murder suspect got away with police. i'm reed cowan. >> i'm marie mortera. now the top cop in north las vegas is saying we made mta tonight. kelsey thomas breaks down the video that answers the pig question in this case. how did he do it. >> reporter: the north las vegas police chief said they will learn from their mistakes. this is alonso perez he's back behind bars. he was able to escape from this detective bureau. he had one wrist cuffed to the table and broke free.

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