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>> more than days after north las vegas police shows us how a murder suspect escaped custody. >> shocking ad campaign. why a mattress store is apologizing for a social media fire storm. >> news3 starts now. >> why do you guys have people answers that don't make sense. >> of learning the mercury exposure that forced a long lock down play have been much worse. good evening, i'm marie mortera. >> i'm reed cowan in for jim snyder. one parent revealing his student came across it as late as last friday. >> christy wilcox was there for
down to one concern what was it? >> well, there were many concerns tonight, including that new information that students may have been exposed to mercury as early as last friday. other angers parents say it was lack of information and detail. parents like nicole watsoner outraged. >> you have a police officer saying i can't answer that i can't answer that. still lingering. >> what was the purpose of this meeting? if you can't answer the questions then why are you speaking? >> watson says a 14-year-old was exposed to mercury. >> i don't know if i was going to be alive. >> parents frustrated by lack of details, caught off guard. the first exposure was earlier
>> i am here to tell you this did not happen on tuesday. he touched it on friday. >> ccsd officials acknowledged the conversation has to continue. >> there is a lot that needs to be provided sparse answers, but the clark county school district is committed to listening l. >> but the conversation is far from overt. >> this kind of a form while it may have grown emotional tonight, i think we need to do it me facts and communicate with me and let me know what's going on how can i trust that you have her best interest at hand? >> reporter: now after the discovery that kids may have been exposed to mercury earlier than thought, epa authority said they could take the exposed
junior high for further testing. i'm christy wilcox, news3, back to you. >> thank you christy. you heard those parents frustrated about the school district but there were some amazing moments from this evening as well. in fact we met one woman who became the voice of hope. photojournalist has the o'hara. >> is your voice not being heard at this point? >> no. >> i want my baby to come out, i want the parents to get their babies. >> my baby, good luck! >> it was amazing.
>> right there is going to take over. >> well for more on narrated at john treanor, head over to news3lv.com. >> superintendent said johnson students will make up some schoolwork on election day which was originally an off day for those students. the school board also made decision concerning reorganizing the school district. they unanimously decided to present their concerns to the legislative committee tomorrow. they voted in favor of a new sex ed curriculum. you can also find the very latest any time at news3lv.com or on our facebook page.
las vegas mcdonald's, john treanor joins us from the mcdonald's where the shooting happened all because someone wouldn't hold a door open. there murder and man hunt, all because someone here wouldn't open a door. the day after we saw the dramatic escape, we now have the details of why he was in alonso perez was high on crystal meth. it started at an atm on east lake mead boulevard. perez robbed a woman there, then alonso went with a woman to the mcdonald's.
bathroom. perez's friend cannot hold the door open. come out and say it to my face was her response. words were exchanged then a shooting. mohammed struggled, bleeding, would later die. pers managed to escape throughph a have ceiling panic attack started crying an wanted an attorney. perez has better than charged, is behind bars, in a $1 million bail. perez is in court for the first time today, face being charges also for the earlier robbery. john treanor, news3. >> thank you john.
around north korea at the time. the shaking was the result of a north korean nuclear test. if confirmed it would be the fifth nuclear test by the isolated nation. japan's prime minister said any test undertaken by north korea cimarron memorial high schoolgrad brandon lee took a knee during the star spangled banner, showing support for colin kaepernick. randy howe will have further during sports.
closer to calling las vegas home, as local developers are facing a decision on a local stadium, the current plan requires a big investment from the public. $750 million in the form of a room tax. >> i'd like the project the move forward, at the same time, i don't want the public to be on the hook for million dollars. >> we're going to agree on 95% of the issues, we may have a difference of opinion on a couple of issues but that's okay. >> developers say they need a decision by october for the raiders to make their relocation case to the nfl. >> turning to the road to the white house, the son of the man who wants to be the next president of the united states, holding the trump line including
astrid silva. >> there is a possibility that your father would seek to deport her. >> yes, it is a possibility. >> talking to donald wagner, trump junior said silva and others are likely great people but the law is the law. silva told news3 that this is really nothing new from the trump campaign and that the u.s. economy will suffer if 11 million people are deported have feelings about people being here without documents. but what they need to understand also is the contributions that we're making. >> trump junior was in las vegas to see supporters and check in on trump's business in the valley. he has since flown out to his father's campaign trail. you can see more on news3lv.com. >> our mission is to connect the
for extended interviews not only with our station but our sister stations around the country. we want to know what issues are relevant to you. what would you ask hillary clinton and donald trump? we want to give you a voice in the historic and important voice for white house. still to come a shocking ad campaign sets up a social media of 9/11, up next. >> eight lives left, the dramatic rescue that saved a furry friend. >> another pleasant morning, although temperatures are warming. you're going to like where
mattresses stacked up and collapsing, and the owner saying, we will never forget. >> we are not hate we are love we are somebody that stands out. we're miracle mattress. we make miracles happen and for our lives to be in danger, that's that's not what we ever >> cherise said she didn't realize this would happen. >> it was stupid, we apologize for our stupidity. we hope you forgive us for what we have done. >> wanted to get the word out that they would have a twin tower sale. the concept of the sale was immediately taken as offensive.
fun of things that happened at pearl harbor. you don't see people making fun of any other war. so why is a terrorist attack on such monumental buildings okay? >> having a twin tower sale is the most tasteless thing i've ever heard. >> in the video you see the two piles of mattresses. she says they have the two towers of mattresses d >> i don't see how you could see that as not being offensive or creative marketing. >> we'll never forget. >> now miracle mattress says they will donate 30% of their sales this weekend to the 9/11 foundation. >> it may be too little too
said they issued an apology to the victims of the 9/11 tragedy in new york. >> fire officials say cleo the cat was trapped inside but no one knew exactly where she was. turns out cleo is a she-cat. firefighters ran in twice after finding her in the basement. they were able to save her life, expected to make a full recovery, after she w for respiratory issues displp it's nice to know that one of the busiest fire departments in the entire nation is working in cooler temperatures than they ever have all summer long. >> cooler compared to where we were this summer. kevin janison keeping track of where we are here and on the other side of the country. >> nasa launched a rocket that
an asteroid, and scoop up some of the material, and a picture-perfect launch today, this is going to be very exciting to follow. if it is successful we should know a little more about the origin of earth. how cool is that project? crystal clear here in southern nevada. no clouds in its sky, red rock showing all of that's the only thing that's moving out there. charleston, east side of town, 87?, 17%, next is ronzone, they're at 82. and seven hills and henderson coming in at 86?. the rest of the sites, 140 plus weather stations strong, we are going anywhere from the lower
the west side mid to upper 90s. pahrump checking in at 77 and overton at 80. they hid hit 103, laughlin 102, mccarran the high temperature 100 even, that is 3? above normal and exactly what we forecast from yesterday so the three? guarantee right on 75 for five in september, up to $165 and another three for three square, kind of partial to that number. mid 90s at lunch time, back to 100, 101 for a high. fourth day in a row, actually five, without any wind. at times you might see some haze if we can't get things to blow around. remnants from newton, working
moisture is washed off. moisture off the coast of ba baja,going to kick up the wind , knock the temperature down late in the weekend. in the meantime between now and then holding pattern. 48 tonight and that's kind of cool up on the mountain. pahrump bottoms out at 62. high temperatures for tomorrow, boulder city at 99, mesquite, laughlin at 106. the rebound for your friday afternoon, 101, still not much wind and if you like the warmth got a couple more days like that for you. saturday big bite of las vegas, food and music festival, 102 high temperature, lot of people will get out early and stay late.
breeze will ftc keep coming in saturday afternoon. and next week we'll talk about highs in the 90s, lows in the 60s. it will only be a couple of days before we bounce back up. >> kevin, >> keep us in check. >> during the commercial break. >> i'll let them know. >> thank you. an incredible act of kindness all caught on camera. >> quickly went viral, up next but here's jimmy fallon with what's on.
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>> welcome back. new at 11:00, an amazing act of generosity from a kentucky team. >> praying with a homeless man. this image has gone viral and you can see why. it was taken moments after he gave the man his new pair of nike sneakers. >> his mother said a nonprofit helped keep him out of trouble years back, now he spends his free time helping homeless. >> someone then donated a new pair of sneakers to replace the one aaron gave away. what really impresses me is the arm around his shoulder, the embrace.
i'm really outraged that joe heck voted ten times to defund planned parenthood which thousands of nevada women depend on for cancer screenings. congressman heck even threatened to shut down the federal government to eliminate funding for planned parenthood. i hope the women of nevada remember that when it's time to vote. the new salami caprese panini from subway. pressed and grilled to cinematic perfection and meld the flavors in melted cheese. part of the new chef-inspired
a rematch of super bowl 50. brandon marshall for the denver broncos, peyton manning bringing out the lombardi trophy before the fans. seen kneeling for the national anthem, they call him crearp kaeperk. cam newton, the broncos took the lead, then with the final kick of the game 50 yards for the win. former las vegas locomotives player, denver survives by one
how about matlock again, calling his own numbers. 14-0 las vegas. they go on to route cimarron, 50-41. senior greg rogers honored to go into underarmour, rogers played before becoming an 2008, elite football players have played in the game, rogers will play january 1st in front of a national tv autopsies on espn. u.s. open finals, serena williams looking for another final. in the first set, unforced error from serena williams, has serena
away with the backhand but still in the second set. serena facing match point, she double faults it away, that's how plechkova advance he to the finals. tryout with major league teams. former heisman trophy winner offered for the new york mets, will now head down to port s luceie, playing with the instructional league next month. fans are excited going up the ranks, playing catch with the 51s. a long way to go before he is at triple a level. >> up next, the high roller celebrates the start of another
?? ?? ?? ?? >> well finally tonight the high roller is happy to see football back. >> officials at the link, hitting a high roller, after the broncos pulled out the victory, the panther ditched the powder blue and went full orange friday night. >> that covers tonight, what about sunday? >> the patriots. >> if the raiders ever move here, that wheel can never be orange. you [ cheers and applause ] ?? >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- ariana grande.