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held last night. we're going to take you inside. plus -- >> there is a possibility that your father down the line would seek to deport her. >> it's a possibility, yeah. >> we sit down with donald trump , jr. and ask him tough questions about his father's immigration plan including immigrants here in las vegas who have been open about their family situation. we'll have that coming up. >> how several workers fargo bank opened millions of unauthorized bank accounts and how much the company must pay back. >> good morning everybody. we are happy to be with you this morning and what a beautiful start to our weekend as we take a look outside. >> we are happy to be here this
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kickoff of football season. >> the high roller is lit up orange and blue for the broncos that won that game. >> krystal: it was a clencher. we'll have highlights. we have traffic and weather for you every 10 minutes. >> michelle: we have kelly curran standing by and tom standing by. >> kelly: here is the roller behind me there blue and orange. here is a look at what we expect today. as you are heading out the door this morning got temperatures in the 70's. by 9:00 a.m. 87. 100 even the high today. >> tom: we've got a pretty good commute to start things off although we have an early
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got flashing lights down there. eastbound is the predominant flow of traffic this time of day and that is not affected. >> krystal: walter johnson middle school closed again today as they continue testing and investigation. kendall has been on this story since it broke wednesday. we saw that meeting last night or >> his son came home and told him they had been playing with the mercury on campus started on friday. that is five days before the
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of details and especially after hearing it may have been dane. if you have any clothing over the last few days these kids have been wearing bring them down starting at 8:00 a.m. this morning. >> this was friday afternoon. they that's five and a half days. nobody saw anything? >> there is a big concern there. we heard from the e.p.a. that mercury does spread. it's molecules that bounce of shoes, clothing and carried throughout the entire campus. a big development happened yesterday. they told us it was not a big deal trying to calm the parents down but it was found throughout
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a big change from the initial report it was just in the gym. if you have any clothing over the last five days that your student has been wearing bring it in a plastic bag at 8:00 a.m. this morning. >> that's a lot of clothes they are going to have to gather up. >> happening today the final official vote on a plan to reorganize the clark county school district will fal panel of state lawmakers. the restructuring plan would move budgeting decisions from the school district as a whole to each individual school. principals and teachers would have more say about where all of that money goes. >> a love pro football star in the spotlight after taking a knee during the national anthem
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opener. brandon marshall took to a knee showing support for his former college teammate colin kaepernick. he was the only player from either ter broncos or panthers to take a knee and take a stance. pro football kicked off last night with a super bowl rematch. it's another nfl franchise that people are talking about. of course the the oakland raiders one step closer to calling las vegas home as local leaders near a decision on a proposed 65,000 seat stadium. developers say time is running out to make a decision on that $1.9 billion project. the current plan requires a big investment from the public about $750 million. that would come in the form of a room tax.
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the public on the hook for a billion dollars they weren't expecting. >> i think we're close to bringing this to a close where we're going to agree on 95% of issues. we may disagree on a couple of issues, but that's ok. >> they could put it to a vote next week. developers need a decision by october for the raiders to make their relocation case to the nfl. let's switch gears and talk t the son of a man who wants to be the next president of the united states holding a trump line on immigration including potential of deporting. >> it's a possibility that your father down the line would seek to deport her? >> it's a possibility, yeah. >> donald trump , jr. was here in las vegas yesterday and he sat down with dana wagner who pressed him on questions about
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policies could effect dreamers like sill slay who is well known here in the state of nevada. trump , jr. said silva and others are great people he's sure but the law is the law. silver told us this is nothing new and the u.s. economy will suffer if 11 million people are deported. >> i think people will always have feelings about people being here without the contributions that we're making. >> trump , jr. was here in las vegas to check on his father's business here. he has flown back out to rejoin his dad on the campaign trail. if you'd like to watch dana's full interview, you can do so at >> taking a live look out of new york city. >> it's been 15 years, it's been
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live picture looking at world one trade center. as we reflect back on that horrific day which really just changed the world, they are going to be having big ceremonies planned at that memorial site as we remember all of those people killed that day. we have stuff going on here in our community. we have a local mother, a gold star mom whose son died after going over the afghanistan to fight for our she's going to be having a care package stuffing event on sunday. if you'd like to help out you can go to >> comments by another presidential candidate getting a lot of attention this morning. gary johnson said about syria that is making headlines. >> and fight between police and a robbery suspect caught on camera. >> a major bank in a lot of hot
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unauthorized accounts. these customers, these accounts were set up, they didn't know about it. how much is wells fargo going to
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>> a portion of the u.s. mexico border after an officer involved shooting. border agents and fishes con verged on that scene. the shooting happened. a suspect attempted to evade border patrol and swerved their the officers and border patrol agents fired several shots. the driver sustained multiple gunshot wounds and was air lifted to a hospital. the passenger suffered nonlife threatening injuries sand now in custody. >> north korea conducted nuclear test. it was their fifth.
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after monitors confirmed a blast. the north is now capable of mounting nuclear war heads on ballistic missiles. they measured a quake with a magnitude of 5.3. president obama said any provocative action by north korea would have serious consequences. >> gary johnson made headlines thursday morni and johnson was asked what would you do about aleppo. instead of answering that question he responded by asking a statement that is now trending what is what is aleppo. that question making its rounds on the internet. when asked if he was serious, he said he was not aware of what aleppo is. it's a city there in syria. the commentator explained. johnson struggled to recover.
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this shows lack of foreign policy knowledge. >> krystal: over to tom. what is a mistake. >> tom: aleppo. sounds like it could be a name for something else. we have aleppo happening right here. an accident on blue diamond road and jones. this is in the westbound lanes. we have an outside view to show the tow truck has arrived and they are working to cr around town looking ok on the 15 and 215. checking travel times. right now it's a 7 minute drive from the bowl down to the 215. in a couple of hours it will be in the rush hour and it will be about a nine minute drive by the time we get there. one accident at green valley parkway and the 215 just as you make your way from the westbound on @ northbound.
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>> kelly: beautiful day today. blue skies is what we expect. going to be a warm one returning to the triple digits. here is a time lapse look where a lot of blue sky. just a few puffy clouds there. if you plan to do some hiking this weekend, make sure you have plenty of water with you. temperatures expected to be in the mid and upper 90's. current temperatures heading out the door -- not a bad start to the day. make sure have you sunglasses with you. lots of sunshine. not just here but all across the southwest. we're all drying out, especially arizona and new mexico after being hit by newton earlier this week. sunshine expected to stay throughout the weekend. today's high 100.
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tonight 77 for the low with clear skies. our seven-day forecast tomorrow looking at a high 102. have your sunscreen on, sunglasses and a hat and drink plenty of water. triple digits on sunday. nice weather for the pool this weekend. breezy conditions moving in next week. temperatures falling. look at this, 69 for wednesday morning and the high on wells fargo in hot water for opening unauthorized customer accounts and ford recalling thousands of vehicles because of a problem with door handles. let's go to jane king who joins us live from new york. this news coming out yesterday. wells fargo on the hook for millions for opening unauthorized accounts.
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>> this is an unbelieve story. the length they go to to try to meet sales goals. they will pay $185 million for pushing customers into accounts they never requested. these accounts generated fees. more than 2 million of these deposit and credit card accounts were opened and not authorized. more than 5,000 workers have been fired related to this according to sever some of that will go back to the customers, some will go to pay fines and penalties. that is awful. >> let's talk about this because this is important. ford's door latch recall problem getting bigger and this is going to affect a lot of people. what do they need to do? >> ford's dilemma with doors that won't stay shut continues. it's added to this recall.
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escape. focus, transit connect and mustang and the mkc. if the have you one of those contact a dealer and get it fixed. >> police if southern california under fire because of this. cell phone video turns up suspect. officers recorded in a fight with a 22-year-old man outside a cvs store. police have now released security video that shows what took place inside the store. they allege he was tearing into medical supplies and possibly ip correcting them. he was accused of grabbing an officer's gun.
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one officers suffered a broken hand in that incident. if you don't like heights this might make your stomach roll. this is the tallest building west of the mississippi. it just got a 294-foot fire over the weakened. that is the tallest 1100 feet. to ceb posed on top of it. you can only gain access using an internal may want nance ladder and those workers according to the experts who released this story were harnessed the entire time. that tower expected to open in march. >> the u.s. open finals kick off this weekend. coming up we talk live with tennis channel and former open
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>> and the twin tower commercial. this will make your blood boil, they are using 9/11 and the twin towers in their commercial about selling mattresses.
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>> thanks for staying with us. it's the weekend for the u.s. open in new york city. the finals that is.
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special guest, tracy austin. good morning to you from las vegas. we're so glad to have you. >> good morning. we thank you for waking us one tennis. >> stunning upset, you had serena williams beat by a woman in straight sets who also beat her sister venus. how is this shaping up on the women's side? >> it's really interesting. i don't think many people expected her to take out serena. only faced one break point the
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serve. she came out and looked like she was such an experienced player in this situation. only her third time there. she had beaten venus earlier. i think it was that match against venus that helped her yesterday because she got used to the pace and the crowd. the crowd was very vocal for venus and southeast convene na and she handled it interesting she had never been past the third round of any major in her career and now she's in the finals for the first time. >> not easy beating the william sisters. to the men side. the men's semifinal everybody is buzzing about that.
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djokovic -- how big of a fave have it djokovic to win? >> he's a big favorite. he's had a spectacular year. a little bumpy in the summer. interesting story line for him is getting to the semifinals he's only played two complete matches which might be good for him because he came in with a left against gale mon tiff he's been perfect. he has had the best summer of his life. i don't think morn thief has beaten djokovic b. it should be an interesting match.
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men needed yesterday to recover. >> i'm telling you it's going to be an interesting u.s. open. and we are so thrilled to have tracy austin to break it all down for us this we're going to keep an eye on you. thank you for joining us. >> thanks live post game shows
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>> we are looking at clear skies right now. temperatures comfort as you are heading out the door. here is a look at what we're seeing currently. pahrump 6. this afternoon temperatures are expected to climb into the upper 90's and low triple digits. 100 is the expected high in las vegas today. we'll talk about the rest of the week end in 10 minutes. >> this commercial you see behind us has people enraged. it's a mattress company in texas. >> apologizing after posting a 9/11 twin tower sale commercial
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threats. they filmed this wanting to get word out they would be having the train you tower sale for 9/11. you can see there are two piles of mattresses behind the workers and they jump back and knock them over and say we'll never forget. they wanted to have the two towers of mattresses depicting the once standing towers of new york city.
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so glad to have you waking up with us. we're happy to have you with us this morning. we're filling in for the wagners who are off today. i have good news when it comes to weather. first, let's get to traffic because we want to talk about what the roadways look like right now. i know so far things looking pretty ok out there. >> tom: just the maintenance variety. we have this work going here. you have a little bit of restriction in the south bound lanes of las vegas boulevard. we've seen days when it's worse. traffic is getting through ok. we'll take you into the bowl and pretty much up to speed.
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green. >> we are looking at clear skies as you head out the door this morning. temperatures in the 70's but we're going to be warming up today, the triple digits are back at least for now. 96 at noon. by 3:00 our high is 100. at 6:00 as you are heading home getting ready to fire up the grill, it's friday night after all. 98 is the expected temperature. i'll let you know what you can expect at bite of las vegas on saturday and we have changes coming nt might like. >> we've all seen the dramatic video of how this guy escaped police interrogation in north las vegas. now learning the back story behind why he was arrested in the first place. craig saw this man in person in court yesterday. he is live at north las vegas police headquarters with the latest. >> good morning. perez, we are told was high on
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this is a crime spree that started with a robbery and ended with a shooting death of robinson. we're learning this new information from the police report which news 3 obtained from the police department. perez robbed a woman at gunpoint at an atm and then used the money to buy beer at a convenience store and then at a mcdonald's perez killed robinson after an argument over who should haveel woman at the restaurant. robinson and the woman argued and they exchanged threatening and profane language at one point. when perez got involved there was a shooting and robinson bled to degree. perez was arrested. and as we saw in that incredible video made the bold escape from the police department. perez was on the run for five
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as for perez's story the police report said he said to detectives that he never had any intention of killing robinson. he says that the shooting of robinson was actually an act of self-defense. he has been charged in this crime along with a number of other crimes related and unrelated to what happened in north las vegas. all told his bail right now is at he will be returning to court later this month to begin the first of what will be mr. court proceedings as this moves forward to trial. >> thank you for that report. a woman is arrested accused of killing her boyfriend by hitting him with his own car.
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killed wide jr. his car was found at a nearby business and that led them to arrest towers. the cause of death still under investigation. we were told last night it was a hit and run. >> las vegas allegen't air has a reward for fliers. it's targeting its base of mostly infrequent fliers who travel once a year. they have a credit card where users can get 15,000 bonus points after spending $1,000 on the card in the first three months. >> the faa warning fliers don't use your samsung galaxy note 7 spartan phones on planes. it comes after recall over complaints the batteries were catching fire. the company is stopping sales of the phones and recalling
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while on board planes. it doesn't want people to stow them in any checked baggage. >> paisley park taking job applications. what jobs the estate is hiring for and how you can submit a resume. what you need to know coming up. >> meet the woman still working to get by in her town.
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that when i'm 90. time will tell. right now looking at the 215 and 95 and we've got a pretty good commute. this is looking south.
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by. malaysia airline flight 370 disappearing in march of 2014 with 239 people on board while in route to beijing. searchers have been looking an area for two years now. the search is expected to end december 2016. australia leading the search says debris recovered in march was likely to be part of that flight. a federal judge is expected to decide the fate of the dakota access pipeline today. protestors say the project would harm drinking water. they've been gathering over
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many have donated food and volunteered to cook for the protestors. the project expected to go through four states. the pipeline developer argue the pipeline would help the u.s. become less dependant on importing energy. they say it would add thousands of construction jobs. >> authorities say a passenger train derailed in spain killing at least two people several others. this accident occurred this morning about 280 miles west of madrid. that train traveling in to portugal. >> this is something we can relate to here. many students in philadelphia will have a short day today because of scorching heat there.
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noon at all public and private schools there. here is why. forecasters say the temperature could hit 94 which would tie the record set more than 130 years ago. the heat index in that city is expected to be close to 100-degrees. after all school activities will be cancelled including athletic programs. decisions about schools outside philadelphia are left to although it takes 115 for us. >> we're used to getting up to 115 occasionally. we have work here from summerlin down to charleston. it's with us until mid november. there are alternate routes. you can move to rampart on the one side or use a combination to
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what is a pretty good commute so far. just a little busy on south bound 15. that's what you get this time of morning. we're doing great. in a couple of hours it will ease back by one minute. the commute inbound looks good. busy on the southbound 15. slowing down just a bit. we'll be up in sky 3 for an overhead view. i don't think we're looking this year. >> kelly: not here. i want to show you this video. this swept through central minnesota wednesday night. fishes at camp riley training center say buildings and equipment were damaged or destroyed but no people injured. the buildings used for housing and training and maintenance. the storms caused collapsed
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it damaged a new solar array scheduled to be dedicated next week. what a mess they are going to have to clean up there. here at home things much quieter. we'll start out with a time lapse look from yesterday. this is pahrump valley. lot of blue sky out there. throughout the day more of the same. just a couple of fluffy clouds over the spring mountains. that was it. blue sky throughout the day. temperatures right now in pahrump 67. wi dew point 34. humidity not going to be an issue. we're expecting triple digits today and into the weekend. north las vegas you are 73 right now. henderson 75. spring valley 73. here is a look at the radar picture while we've been watching active conditions over the last several days, it is
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to stay. high pressure in control and temperatures on the rise. pahrump your high today 100. boulder city 99. mesquite 101 today. tonight the lows indian springs 68 for your low, 54 on mt. charleston. lot of sunshine over the weekend. 102 tomorrow for the bite of las vegas. triple digits sunday. next week temperatu plunge. 89-degrees for the high on wednesday. >> krystal: sounds good to me. thank you for that. several stories about how homeowners are protecting their donald trump signs. how one homeowner is chaining his sign right to his lawn. here is the video to prove that it's working.
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girl really enjoying cotton candy and entertaining baseball fans. she got famous after that video went viral. >> who was my first celebrity crush?
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>> a guy padlocks his donald trump signs to the ground. this is thieves trying to steal the signs last thursday. as you can see they tried to pull it away, the thief didn't get far because the sign is padlocked to accord that he beat
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from stealing it this. is the third time in about a month someone has tried to take his sign. he's frustrated that people would try to steal his property and not respect his rights. police say there is not a rash of political sign theft in that neighborhood although they are aware of the situation. he says he's -t got a his sign in case anyone tries to steal it and is successful. >> this little girl has been given the name cotton candy girl. she was caught on camera going crazy over her cot tan candy. all that sugar. it was the first time she ever tried it. the cameras kept coming back
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catching her bouncing around. she's coming down from her sugar rush as soon as they got in the car. the truth is turns out she likes to make funny faces. been a long dayment a lot of fun with that cotton candy and jumping around. reminds me of when babies cake for the first time. >> paisley park looking for workers. prince's estate is hiring operators, security and management to oversee public tours that will happen at the rock star's home. graceland spokesperson says the fascination with prince increased since his death and
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>> five and a half days and nobody saw anything? >> school cancelled again today. students at walter johnson middle school not in class.
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for answers after that mercury was discovered. we're live from the scene. >> there is a possibility that your father down the line would seek to deport her. >> tough questions. dana wagner sat down with donald trump jr. what he had to say about the future as far as dreamers go here in nevada. >> good morning hopefully your someday off to a good start. the sun is starting to rise here. it has been a great day temperature wise here in the valley. >> krystal: we are sliding on into the weekend. and from what i've seen weather-wise, i think it's going to be pretty good. we've got you covered speaking of weather and traffic every 10 minutes. we're going to start with a look


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