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yesterday. we have the latest from the scene. >> dana: caught on camera. this local murder suspect able to escape from custody. we're going to show you the whole thing how he did it and what is expected to happen to him today in a live report. >> krystal: grilled about national security topics. what they had to say during this commander in chief forum. >> dana: welcome in on this thursday september 8. it is 6:00 straight up. sun will be up in about 18 minutes from knew. >> krystal: we have some of the best sunrises around. football is coming. >> dana: football is coming. our long nightmare is almost
we're going to get to kelly in just a second. jeff has travel times but we begin with tom in sky 3. >> tom: we are cruising toward the east end of the valley whether we had report of an accident on bonanza and hollywood. i believe that set of signals you see in the distance is hollywood. from here i'm not seeing any flashing lights and nothing blocking travel lanes. that is good news over th good as well. let's see what the numbers are showing. let's check travel times with jeff. >> jeff: another accident near the 215 but not seeing any slowdown. through the bowl a small slow stretch starts at lake mead and goes to charleston.
minutes. >> kelly: 94 at noon. 98 but the triple digits on the way back for the weekend. >> krystal: thank you. breaking now in miami, florida. these are images comin out of miami where a high school was on lockdown. we're talking to miami beach senior high school going on lockdown an hour ago. no threat has been found but police say they did call about someone at the school possibly wanting to harm himself and others. lockdown out of miami, florida at a high school. a developing story we're continuing to follow.
>> dana: a local middle school was on lockdown for hours. it was a long night for all of these parents. some students were locked in their middle school for up to 17 hours. kendall joins us live with the latest. >> good morning. i can tell you just about two hours ago every single student here at walter johnson , jr. high was released to their parents. the parking lot on the west side a very different scene fromus particular attention to the look on these parents faces, many of them extremely concerned because they not only went all day but 58-night without seeing their child after mercury was found in the gym here on campus. we're hearing from the school district and fire department it was a student who brought the mercury into the area. the school district sent out a statement saying the kids were held back as the environmental protection agency inspected each
checking their clothing and backpacks. we've been reaching out to find out what happened during that 17 hour or deal. here is what we learned. >> teacher telling us y'all need to hurry up and take y'all kids to the doctor, it's more than what they are saying. >> the big question this morning what happens when you are mercury. we reached out to a local doctor. we'll have that answer coming up in about 30 minutes. >> krystal: no one wanting to take any chances in that situation. we're talking about this murder suspect here in north las vegas managing to escape from an interrogation room.
>> reporter: good morning. this is really an incredible story. alonzo perez breaking free from handcuffs climbing into the ceiling gone for 40 minutes before anyone noticed. he was under the watchful eye of security video but no one was watching the feed is what we learned from police. we have the video and it shows break for it. 25 minutes into his escape he encountered a detective but still managed to escape. it was a terrible mistake and changes are being made. >> he takes a chair and puts it up against the wall, climbs up on the chair, knocks out ceiling tiles, climbs into the rafters and exits the building.
unoccupied truck. it's running. he jumps in and he makes his getaway. there were not constant eyes on the interview room. we're not perfect. the police simply are not perfect. we will learn from our mistakes so they are not repeated. >> reporter: back here live. perez is accused in the killing of robinson. robinson was killed because he for awoman at a fast food resta. i'll report live for you on what happens in court on news at noon. our first chance to see perez in person since this wild escape
department. >> dana: who knew you could break handcuffs in half. i wouldn't believe it if i didn't see it. we learned the name of one of the people involved in the murder suicide in henderson. michael committed suicide after killing his wife. her name hasn't been released. she was in the process of moving another r out of their home when this happened on monday. she had a 1-year-old daughter from a previous relationship. the couple had a this is is obviously a disturbing story. we're expecting to get her name shortly. >> krystal: ryan lochte did not have to face a judge but he's still facing the consequences of that incident in rio. the decision swimming is
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country. the escaped eight inches nation coming days after the meeting between mexico's president and trump. the president announcing wednesday he has accepted his treasury minister's resignation. the trump's visit it was minister's idea. he's been criticized for not confronting trump more >> dana: the president attended a meeting as part of the final asian tour of his presidency. the night before the president joined the leaders at a gala dinner. the white house said he exchanged pleasen tries with the philippine president who earlier this week insulted him. the president of the philippines calling our president the son of
>> krystal: arriving at the main courthouse under heavy security with a helicopter overhead. he has been detained since was extradited to france back in trail appearing before a judge. he refused to talk at a previous hearing in protest over his prison cell being under surveillance 24 hours a day. >> dana: happening today ryan lochte by the u.s. olympic committee and u.s. swimming according to a report from "tmz sports." lochte being suspended for so months for lying ant what happened that the gas station in rio. he will miss next summer's world championships. >> krystal: we're going to send it up to sky 3 to take a look at what is going on with traffic. >> tom: i mentioned last time i
hollywood didn't see anything from a distance. now that we're on top of it, we found the problem. there was an s.u.v. headed at a high rate of speed hopped the curb here and took out what appears to be a utility box and maybe two. now they have a cherry picker on hand trying to scope things out. slammed into the side of the wall and knocked out two huge chunks and came to a rest and they've put i o kind of a mess and certainly someone from the masonry department needs to be called to help out with this wall. lot of work to be done but it appears no one is seriously hurt. >> jeff: another surface street accident to till about buffalo and windmill. not seeing any slowing on the freeways. join the waze team. just download it from the app store and google play.
commute, just don't do it behind the wheel. as we turn our attention to the forecast, dana and kelly standing by and arizona dealing with flooding. >> dana: we should have given them a figure newton instead of a hurricane newton. >> kelly: they are dealing with floodwaters in parts of the rain showers are still a few lingering in southeastern arizona and into new mexico as this is combining with another system and going to exit the area. at least everything is starting to wind down. there were a lot of watches in the area yesterday. here at home all we saw were some clouds in the sky associated with newton. that was it. here is a look at the red rock
we're waiting for the sun to come up. we can see the glow where it will be. look at the clear sky this morning. temperatures comfortable. mountains edge 75. nellis you are 75. little warmer than the last couple of mornings but quite comfortable. winds light. we're not going to have many issues at all today. lots of sunshine. there is what is left of newton. sunshine, nice light winds, that's close to normal. tonight 75. clear skies. our seven-day forecast temperatures are going to go above normal back into the triple digits. saturday 101 is our expected high. gusty winds move in next week as another system rolls through. look at the change in temperatures. upper 60's wednesday morning and
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>> tom: a car jumped the curb and knocked into this wall just past buffalo. the vehicle on a tow truck. while they work on that we'll work on weather with kelly. >> kelly: beautiful start to the day. blue skies out there t morning. here is a look at those temperatures as you are heading out the door this morning. lake mead it's 82. boulder city 84. on mt. charleston 2468 morning. winds will not be an issue today. that will be a concern next week though. temperatures today double digits. 98 for the expected high.
coming out of maine. this guy drives into that lake as you can see. >> krystal: at 80 miles per hour. the driver suffered a medical episode. the 61-year-old from what we understand, he basically walked away unscathed. >> dana: he almost drown but people came to his rescue thank goodness. you can see that truck are sinking but the guys went in after him and got him out just in time. live pictures of the statute of liberty off the southern tip of manhattan. we understand according to espn the mets have signed tim tebow to a baseball contract. >> krystal: didn't get it. >> dana: the heisman trophy winner nfl career is over.
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>> dana: masked robbers something you'd expect froa movie. what police say
you should be on the lookout for coming up. a local middle school on lockdown for 17 hours. it was a long night for those students inside. this after mercury was found inside a gym. we're live from the scene. plus -- >> i have not had a trial. >> dana: sentenced.
convicted for raping young girls in our community. what a judge said to him and how long he will be spending in prison. welcome in. it is 6:30 on this thursday. it was 20 years ago yesterday tupac was shot on that very corner here in las vegas. >> krystal: incredible to think it's been 20 he was leaving a boxing match and he was with suge knight. suge knight in prison facing murder charges himself. that murder remains unsolved to this day. want to welcome you in on this thursday. >> dana: we got you covered with traffic and weather every 10 minutes on news 3 today. tom, you are providing pictures from sky 3 this morning.
tupac was shot and murdered. >> tom: although i didn't personally cover that. that happened in the evening and our normal flying hours are in the morning and afternoon so i didn't cover it directly but i remember the impacted the on the city at that time and wanted a lot of unwanted attention to las vegas as we get from time to time. we've got a pretty good commute right now on i15 as we cruise up on the spring mountain road interchange. we've had a good roadways. nothing on major freeways. let's continue team traffic with jeff. >> jeff: looking at 15 south bound through the bowl. have a minor accident to the side. you see the tow truck about to hall that away. not having a huge impact on traffic. this allows to us look ahead an hour from now and estimate the commute. we'll start with 15 south bound from craig to downtown currently five minutes.
looking at about the same. heading into the bowl from lake mead looking at 7 minutes n. an hour from now a nine minute commute. so far the thursday commute looking good. >> kelly: gorgeous day for this thursday. double digit highs today. at noon 94. at 3:00 98. that's our high for the day. as you g 96. triple digits coming back for the weekend. more details in 10 minutes. >> dana: it was a long night for some students and their parents at a local middle school on lockdown since noon yesterday. some of these students weren't released from johnson middle school until 4:30 this morning. hundreds of parents waiting outside the school for hours last night.
the gym. it can be very dangerous, especially if you breathe it in. members of the epa moved in and according to epa guidelines they had to test each student for mercury exposure before they could let them go home but they had limited testing equipment so they could only release five or so students at a time. the school noon yesterday. the final students were released at 4:30 this morning. >> krystal: such a long night for the parents and students. metro police looking for three masked robbers this morning. for that we go to michelle with the latest. what are we learning? >> michelle: these men held up multiple businesses in the southwest part of the valley. you can see these are still pictures taken from the surveillance cameras.
it happened between 3:00 and 4:00 wednesday morning. they walked into the store, pulled out guns and demanded money. nobody was injured. they were wearing masks. one of them wearing a skull mask. the other two wearing bandannas over their face. hard to see their faces. if you think you know who these guys are, call crime stoppers so you can remain anonymous. the number at the bottom screen. >> krystal: we appreciate that. an intense day in court as a local pastor learns he's going to spend the rest of his life in prison for raping young girls in his prison. >> i have not had a trial. >> sir, you did have a trial. >> i have not been given an opportunity to prove my innocence with evidence, witnesses and facts. >> you said this now three times. >> krystal: making several out
sentencing hearing claiming he did not have a fair trial. despite his pleas the judge sentencing him to 15 life sentences served at the same time which means he won't be eligible for parole for another 60 years. >> dana: prosecutors pursuing 22 other charges against holland. there are five more victims out there. another trial on the way for holland. the drone convention continue this is morning here in our valley. it's the interdrone conference, the biggest one in the u.s. some of the drones being aren't what you've seen before. some are controlled by gestures. they can be used for aerial photography. the newest models add lasers to the cameras to create maps. this conference is running through tomorrow. we have a live look at clinton's plane in new york.
, the commander in chief forum hosted by matt lauer. they were asking her and trump about how they would defeat isis. we're going to talk more about that with tracy potts coming up in about 15 minutes from now. >> krystal: a good discussion. thank you for that. one man leaves his home and comes back thousands of dollars 76er. how did he manage to do this? we'll tell you what he found in the desert that had him excited and a
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$70,000. >> dana: the first gold rush in the 1840's in the san francisco area. >> tom: that doesn't mean we won't find a nugget if we check the right place. we have a good commute cruising over the valley. report of an accident in the valley southwest. we are in route. there is definitely an on southbound hollywood just past bonanza where you see that car went into the side of that residence knocking down a couple of utility boxes. now it's on the back of a tow truck about to be taken out of there. let's check weather. we do it every 10 minutes. here is kelly. >> kelly: blew blue skies out there. the sun now is up. not a cloud out there. expected to be that way all day today.
maybe a light sweater heading out the door. temperatures warming up. 94 at lunchtime and heading out of class heading home 98. >> dana: we are live from denver, sports authority field at mile high as we kick off the nfl season tonight here on channel 3. the denver broncos are hosting the carolina of the super bowl. the first sunday in february. panthers three-point favorites on the road tonight. coverage begins at 4:30 this afternoon. kickoff at 5:306789 tiger woods with a big announcement. we'll tell you what he had to
>> dana: a local school placed on lockdown after mercury was discovered. >> reporter: a lot of families happy. we had hundreds of parents overnight waiting for their children to be released by the environmental protection agency. it is their standard protocol to check every single student to make sure they are all clear and able to go home safely. chemicals are not on their clothing, shoes and backpacks and bringing those items home. we reached out to a local dr. she said that the chemical can be exposed and inhaled. some symptoms to look out for. there were only five children around that area. they do know which five children they were. look out for fatigue, dizziness, nausea, insomnia are symptoms of
back home after 17 hours they were out here not seeing their children all day and all night. >> krystal: glad to hear the students reunited with their parents after all those hours. >> dana: it was a long night. clinton trump were in that firsthander in chief forum last night off the coast of mata debate last night. they were not on the stage at the same time but he asked them in separate interviews how they would defeat isis. >> we are not putting ground troops into iraq ever again and not putting ground troops into syria. >> the generals have been reduced to a point where it's embarrassing to our country. >> dana: we take you live to our
candidates last night how would they defeat isis. >> right and you heard what both of them had to say about that. donald trump has said all along he's got a plan but he's not revealing his plan. he doesn't think that's a smart thing 20 do when isis is clearly listening. he didn't reveal it last night either. he said that's something he'll discuss with the generals if he's elected he'll give them 30 defect. if these are the same generals you don't have faith in, why are you asking them for their advice. he talked about that saying that it wasn't so much the generals it was the obama administration's overseeing of this effort that has reduced the generals to rubble. clinton spent a lot of time talking about not the military, not isis, not veterans issues but her email as it relates to
of course it's been revealed by the f.b.i. there was some classified information in her email. she said it wasn't marked. it has a clear header on it and it wasn't marked. she never knowingly transferred something that was classified. she had a different system for that. both were asked questions about military issues from members of the audience. you got the take of people who fought in wars, people who were them directly about the issues that they thought were important. >> dana: didn't you just mention or at least send out this morning that democrats there in washington have released some of hillary clinton's recent emails? >> actually this happened right before the forum a few hours. they released emails between clinton and powell , the former secretary of state where he was
business and how that conflicts with blackberry and he used a lab top and hard line. this is several years ago. he talked about how the rules and how they conflicted with the use of personal email yet he used it and she used it. democrats point is she wasn't the first one or only >> dana: we are 61 day as way from election. >> krystal: police in washington state are investigating the murder of bob hester found inside his home wednesday morning. he was sleeping with his eight-year-old daughter when someone entered the home. the eighth-year-old said the
according to court documents the girl was told to stay in the bedroom while the suspect murdered her father. deputies also finding bags of marijuana near the body and the home smelled of pot. her son grew marijuana from what his mother told authorities. >> dana: a woman reporting this saying the man was wig, a nose, a black tie and white shoes trying to lure the woman into the woods. when she refused he ran off. if you see this guy call 911. >> these kids were so terrified this man tried to lure them into the woods. somebody in these woods trying to get these kids. >> dana: scary for sure. you can hear more coming up on
program. >> krystal: a student living arrangement has some people upset. they opened a new black learning community. the university says it is for students interested in the issues of concern to the black community. there is a waiting list to get into this living learning community. the uc berkeley offers african-american, asian pacific american, among other i options. ucla has a similar living community. >> dana: a party in rio for the olympics and now the paraolympics have kicked off as well. the 15th paraolympic games kicked off last night. more than 4,000 athletes taking part in this. i love team u.s.a.
part of team u.s.a. >> krystal: you probably heard by now apple announcing the iphone 7. the company revealing the iphone 7 and 7 plus. they say it's water resistent. featuring stereo speakers. it has a battery that last two hours longer. the company saying some people not happy that it comes without the h preordering starting tomorrow. the starting price of an iphone 7 is $650. >> dana: we're going to cordless i guess. there is a guy in kansas state says he'd rather go to jail than spend another minute with his wife. court documents say lawrence ripple gave a note to a teller at a bank demanding money and
didn't have to go far to find him. he was waiting for officers in the lobby. he had the cash he had taken. he's been charged with bank robbery. he told them i couldn't take it anymore. i didn't want to spend another minute with my wife. >> krystal: that must have been a rough argument. now we're heading outside. talking traffic and weather. for that we send it up to tom. >> tom: we've seen a few bump is the latest in the far southwest valley with a vehicle turned on its side. this is south bound at jones. we are optimistic no one was hurt. you see this officer talking to a couple of people sitting on the curb. that may be the driver of that car. also another vehicle involved on the other side here. looks like that one is on the
comparison blocking lanes south bound on jones. rainbow are the ways to go as we continue team traffic with jeff. >> jeff: the freeways are now clear because that accident at 15 southbound was over to the right has been cleared. shouldn't be much in the way of delays with your traffic ahead forecast we look at summerlin parkway currently 12 minutes. in half an hour you are looking at a 13 95 coming in from henderson 215 to downtown you can add two minutes in about an hour. that could change if we have any accidents. now for another check of the thursday forecast here is kelly. >> kelly: as you are getting ready to head out the door grab the sunglasses and sunscreen. t shirt weather later. might want a light sweater now.
for you. lakes you are at 76. eldorado 76 as well. green valley 78 currently. clear skies for us. quiet conditions, lingering showers in southeast arizona and new mexico. those associated with what is left of newton exiting the area. going to be a quiet weekend too. temperatures will be rising. today's high mesquite 99. boulder city 97. forecast, today double digits, 98 in las vegas. triple digits friday through the weekend. 101 on saturday before cooling down next week. >> dana: time for the water cooler on this thursday morning. did you see it last night? america has got talent the elimination round. we were talking about that 14-year-old singer, did she make it through to the finals?
is -- brown eliminated. lincoln bridge make it to the finals. >> dana: tiger woods hasn't played competitive golf in a long time. he says he will hit the pga tour next month. he plans to play in a town until the california in october. victoria secret in trouble for a recent ad. they released an inside out collection that focuses on lingerie that you can work into
man's idea. another calls it how to get fired by victoria secret. pop into work with one of those outfits on. that would be your last day on channel 3. >> krystal: we're going to go a different route. >> jeff: we are following the story of a local middle school on lockdown due to mercury spill that. lockdown has been lifted but a lot of questions about what happened there this morning. we scene. >> krystal: a mother in hot water after marrying two of her biological children. how people are reacting to this. >> jeff: a new show in vegas.
?? good morning. top guns. donald trump and hillary clinton make the case for being the next commander in chief at our exclusive forum. trump courting controversy for suggesting it's time to replace some military leaders. >> the generals have bee reduced to rubble. >> and heaping praise on vladimir putin. >> he's been a leader far more than our president has been a leader. clinton going out on a limb with this vow -- >> we are not putting ground troops into iraq ever again. >> while defending the way she handled sensitive information as secretary of state. >> there's no evidence my system was hacked. >> this morning did either of them prove they're ready to lead? banned from the pool?