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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
roadways. >> tom: we're cruising above the 515 tropicana interchange you see with light traffic both direct examinations. we had a couple of early morning accidents that have been cleared out of the way. enjoying this weather from the sky 3 perspective. let's see what we can expect from kelly. >> kelly: with the sun getting ready to come up here, we're ei other than that clear. no clouds expected today. triple digits will be making a return. how long will the triple digit temperatures last? we'll talk about that in 10 minutes. >> we begin with breaking news out of spain. four people have been killed after a passenger train derailed this morning.
portugal. the rail company said it opened an investigation and now they are trying to figure out what happened. the front car came off the track and hit a post leaving it leaning over to one side. >> walter johnson middle school closed again today as the environment protection agency continues testing and kendall has been all over this story since the beginning. we first learned about mercury being discovered in the gym on wednesday. since then we've learned a lot more about the potential impact of where this mercury could be and the impact on students. >> it's the symptoms you want to look out for, that information is on news3lv.com.
local father who said his son came home and told him they had been playing with the mercury for five days before it was found. they are frustrated over the lack of details. the conversation far from over after admitting they don't know where or what the mercury came from or how it ended up on campus. movingwa that task is anything but easy. with this particular incident being called the largest decontamination effort in local history, no surprise crews will be here today for continued testing. when will these kids be able to get back into their classrooms especially after one parent said the first exposure was much earlier than originally thought.
they found it wednesday. five and a half days. nobody saw anything? >> and school here is closed for the second day in a row for testing. if you suspect that your child may have come into contact starting on friday, you are encouraged by the e.p.a. to bring down any clothing including shoes in a plastic bag starting at 8:00 a.m. through the weekend where officials can test it for you. >> an issue that parents are concerned about. good information to be putting out. news 3 continue to stay all over this story. of course the safety of our children is our primary concern. you can find out the latest anytime on news3lv.com. let us know if you have any questions on our facebook page,
>> happening today, the final official vote on a plan to reorganize the clark county school district will fall to i apanel of 12 state lawmakers. the school board finalized the presentation it will bake to that commission last night. the plan would move budgeting decisions from the school district as a whole to the schools themselves. principals and teachers would have more say on where the money would go. >> pro football kicking a super bowl rematch last night. it's another franchise that folks around these parts are very excited about the possibility of coming here. we're talking about the oakland raiders, one step closer to calling las vegas home as local leaders near a decision on a 65,000 seat stadium. developers say time is running out to make a decision on that $1.9 billion stadium. it requires a $750 million investment from the public.
>> like the project to move forward. at the same time i don't want the public on the hook for a billion dollars they weren't expecting. >> we're close to bringing this to a close where we're going to agree on 95% of the issues. we may disagree on a couple of issues but that's ok. >> that committee could put the stadium to a vote next week. they need the decision by october to make the case to the nfl. >> ledge gent air has a reward program for fliers. allegen't is targeting its base of infrequent fliers who travel once a year. they have a credit card where users can get 15,000 bonus points after spending at least $1,000 on the card within the first three months. that bonus is worth $150 for all
plane you may want to keep your cell phone in your luggage if have you the samsung note 7 smartphone. it cams after the warning that batteries were catching fire. the company said a week ago it was stopping sales on the phones and would recall two and a half million of them in 10 countries. now the f.a.a. doesn't want passengers to turn them on or charge them. this is a samsung galaxy phones. it doesn't want people to stow them in any checked baggage. >> a dreamer responding to a comment made by donald trump , jr. while he was here in las vegas yesterday. >> they need to understand the
>> donald trump , jr. holding the line on immigration including the potential of deporting silva. here is what he had to say when dana wagner sat down with him and bought up the issue of immigration. >> there is a possibility that your father down the line would seek to deport her >> donald trump , jr. in las vegas talking to dana wagner. pressed him on how policies would effect nevada dreamer silva. she and others are likely great people but the law is the law he said. this is nothing new. the u.s. economy will suffer if 11 million people are deported. >> i think that people will always have feelings about people being here without
also is the contributions that we're making. >> trump , jr. was in our valley to check on his father's business. you can watch this entire interview. dana wagner sitting down with donald trump junior on news3lv.com. north korea confirmed it conducted a nuclear test meant to counter what others call u.s. hostility. that coming from state run the test was north korea's fifth test and the announcement came hours after monitors detected a blast near the nuclear test site. state tv said the north is now capable of mounting nuclear war heads on ballistic missiles. no leakage of material occurred in the test and there was no environmental impact.
corrective actions by north korea would have serious consequences. >> wells fargo has been find $185 million and getting rid of 5200 employees after this happened. money is the combined total of fines from both california and federal regulators who say employees illegally opened millions of accounts for customers who didn't tell them employees did this to meet aggressive sales goals and open more than 2 million bank and credit card accounts. many without the customers knowledge. the company will pay restitution to the effected customers. wells fargo says they regret and take responsibility for what happened. >> the first game in the nfl season. a pro football star kneeling
during the star spangled banner to show support for colin kaepernick. he was the only player friar freedom rights eager team to take a knee last night. you remember this video here, kaepernick sat during the national anthem causing a lot of controversy. he says he's doing it because he wants to bring light to racial issues here in our country. >> it's hard to believe but it's been 15 years since the 9/11 attacks on the now the american flag raised by firefighters at ground zero is back home. it's at the display in new york. the flag was missing for years but turned up in 2014 when a man gave it to police in washington. he told them it was given to him by a widow of a 9/11 victim. it is in fact the flag from ground zero but how that flag
has been a mystery. that flag will be part of the remembrances in new york city on september 11 which happened to be this sunday. >> let's toss it up to tom taking a look at traffic. >> tom: we're in the south part of the valley cruising above the 215 where it intersects with i15. i'm going to say this is probably the second busiest interchange in the state of the bowl is the busiest interchange in the state of nevada but we are early right now. we're doing great and started out with a couple of early predawn accidents. those are clear and looks great where the freeways come together. let's get to your weather anderson kelly. >> kelly: talking about hurricane newton even though it's done and gone. take a look at this video from nasa giving us a look at what it
in the baha peninsula. it was a category one storm at first land fall. 90-mile per hour sustained winds and crossed over into the gulf before crossing into arizona. here at home quieter conditions. this is a look a you see that glow there as we're getting ready for it to come up. enjoy the nice temperatures while they last, we'll be back in the triple digits this afternoon. lot of sunshine.
and through the weekend. today's high returning to the triple digits. 1 shun our expected high today. winds out of the northeast at 5 will have 10. tonight looking at clear skies, 77 is our low. our seven-day forecast, tomorrow bite of las vegas 102. that's our expected high temperature. 101 on sunday and then system moving in gusty winds and morning lows in the 60's next week. >> we appreciate it. we are joined by our foody john curtis. we like fridays because of that. >> wolfgang puck charity event for keep memory alive. they do it every year. all the chefs come together and
his chefs always perform at a high level. you get the best cooking. everything is made from scratch. >> let's talk about what else you brought. >> smoked salmon pizza of course. the best cookie platter. this is what i get. everybody who gets fancy desserts, i go for the house smoked salmon is one of the most wonderful things you can have in town. >> let's talk about this event quickly. >> next wednesday to benefit
you get three hours of some of the greatest food in town by all of the great chefs. >> you are helping a fantastic cause. we'll have more on this on wake one the cw coming up. and more salmon pizza. >> dramatic video this little girl has become an internet sensation of a baseball game with her family.
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s.u.v. accidentally hit the gas instead of the brakes. surveillance video shows the s.u.v. backing out hitting a guard rail almost hitting a delivery man before crashing through the store and hitting the clerk and narrowly missing a customer. repairs to the gas station and hoping for a speedy recovery for that clerk. >> this is a live picture world trade center. that's the location where the two towers stood until 15 years ago this sunday when terrorist brought them down. it has been 15 years since 9/11. we have rebuilt but we will always remember that day. that is what is going to be happening there this weekend. they will be having remembrances there in new york city to mark the 15th anniversary.
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>> the arrest report for the man that escaped polic we learn more about what happened and what ended him up in police custody in the first place. >> a presidential candidate gary johnson, the libertarian and his number during the morning show. it has a lot of people talking both stunned and amused. we have that coming up.
our sky 3 getting aerial image this is morning. we love it. tom doing a great job up there as we welcome you in on this friday. we made it to the weekend. not a wagner in sight. we are filling in. >> michelle: we're happy to be here on this friday. we do traffic and weather every 10 minutes on 2 program. let's start w of that mt. >> tom: it's a pretty good hike. we have hikers at the top now saying hello to. saw a few others on the way down. i'm more about what is happening on the roads below. the entire beltway is being built out. they are making significant progress. it's in a different location. they've temporarily re-elected
we expect to see that completed late next year. we are accident free right now as we check weather with kelly. >> we've got lots of sunshine out there to get this day started. a little bit of haze as well and temperatures back in the triple digits. by noon today 96 and 98 at 6:00 as you get home and fire up the grill. what about the weekend? e those numbers coming up. >> a woman is arrested in connection with a man found dead in front of a local apartment complex. this happened on wednesday. the two had been dating and she hit him with his car. she is in jail for the death of darryl white jr. the complex located on bonanza and police say the two lived there together. after his body was discovered,
them to arrest her. white's cause of death is still under investigation but we were told last night it was considered a hit and run by police. >> a father recalls hearing screams from his daughter on the phone the night she was kilted here in las vegas. the crime happened more than 7 years ago but the man accused of killing her is finally facing a jury. jenkins testified thursday morning that his daughter was in las vegas with her fiance on he called his daughter and he knew immediately something was wrong. jenkins alerted his son who placed the call for help. robin was later found stabbed to death. >> it was a scream that i'll never forget. >> how horrific for that father. officer daniel was the first on
the door. the officer testified the scene was bloody which he wrestled with the defendant to get him into custody. david was arrested. the defense attorney argued to the jury -- [indiscernible] the defense allegations officers tampered with the crime scene. that trial expected to last another w cameras. this man managed to get out of handcuffs. now we're learning the back story behind his arrest. he was in court yesterday. >> good morning. perez was high on crystal meth is what police are telling us and they say he was high on crystal meth in what happened as a crime spree that started with
just some of the details we have learned from that police report which news 3 obtained. perez robbed a woman at gunpoint at an atm on lake mead and used the money to buy beer at a convenience store. at mcdonald perez killed robinson. there was an argument over who should have held the door for a woman at the restaurant. robinson and the woman argued and exchanged was a shooting and robinson bled to death. he made a bold escape from the beer guys room and was on the run for five days. perez told detectives he never planned on shooting robinson that it was self-defense. he's being held on just over a million dollars bail.
thermo. >> a story that has made national headlines that the. we thank you for being on top of that story. after gas canisters were found in an aban bonned car in paris. a 19-year-old woman arrested in connection with the case as pled allegiance to isis. she was one of 7 people arrested. the car was found parked near notre dame >> a rough arrest caught on camera. this is what played out. we're going to show you what led up to it, why this took place and the scrutiny that police are now facing. >> and the brother of jon benet
it's a frontage road system. good news as i mentioned accident free here in the valley. we're going to check something outside the valley. >> kelly: we're looking at lots of blue sky outside right now. a little bit of haze as well. temperatures are going to be climbing. get out and enjoy the temperatures we have now. you can see a little bit of that haze as we look to the north. normally you can make out the sheep range there. 76 the the kids heading to school, the morning bell 82, lunchtime 96. heading home on this friday afternoon 100. looks like a nice day to go to the pool. >> this is a commercial that has a lot of people outraged. it has to do with 9/11. this mattress company we're going to show it to you and let
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johnson middle school will be closed again today as the environmental protection agency continues testing and investigation there. news 3's kendall live outside that middle school with the latest. this started out as something we thought wasn't too serious, became much more serious. we're learning this could go back several days before they figured it out. >> parents were invited to a meeting yesterday and they were father got up and revealed that his son came home and toll him they had been playing with the chemical here on campus five days before it was reportedly found. his son touched the chemical inside the gym on friday with three other students which lines one the e.p.a. information yesterday that the chemical spread throughout the entire campus and not just the entire area.
molecules are little balls that bun of of clothes and shoes spreading throughout the area. that information is startling to parents wanting to safe guard their kids especially after hearing the first exposure may have been much earlier than originally thought. they are frustrated over a lack of details. they are admitting the conversation is far from over after revealing they don't know where or what the mercury came from or how it ended up parents and students very important information. school is closed again today for clean up and investigating. if you suspect that your child may have brought the chemical home, early reports saying it might have been on campus last friday. you are wanted by the e.p.a. to put the clothes including the shoes into a plastic bag and wring it here to the middle
we're talking politics now. and the presidential candidates are taking on two very different audiences today. >> we need a president who understands that none of us have all the answers and no one person can fix our problems alone. >> to refuse to take accountability for failed policies in the middle east that have produced millions of refugees. >> national security experts about terrorism and then on the other side we have donald trump courting the religious community. now she's trying to refocus the national conversation to
affairs pulling together a lot of people who worked in government before, head of agencies democrats and republicans holding a workshop in new york today. while donald trump is here in washington. this is a group of conservative republicans with a religious focus. donald trump going after the base of his party, a big part of the base of his party, some of which he's alien nateed by not being tough enough. some have decided not to support him at all. he's trying to get the support of the key people within his party as he tries to move forward and move up the poll
trump and clinton. there has been a lot of talk about gary johnson and aleppo. he said it one of the human moments when you go blank. the bottom line is he's almost at 10%. if he gets to 15% he can get on the debate stage. people rallying in front of clinton's headquarters saying all four of them should be able to debate in a couple of weeks. >> we're going to see those
have a fantastic weekend. so we're talking about this, jury selection under way in the bridge gate scanned until new jersey. two former allies of chris christie facing wire fraud and civil rights counts in the case involving lane closure of the bridge. both pled not guilty. s could be subpoenaed to testify that if lanes were closed for retribution against someone who didn't endorse chris christie. the trial expected to last about six weeks. families of mh370 victims meeting with officials to put pressure on the government to
missing plane. airlines flight mh370 disappeared in march 2014. there were 239 people on board. it was in route to beijing. searchers combined an area of 36 water miles for two years trying to find the wreckage. the search is expected to end in december 2016. australia which is leading that se back in march near the area was highly likely to be from that missing flight. it's created one of the most baffling mysteries in aviation history. >> the owner of a texas mattress company getting a lot of pushback for a commercial for a weekend sale. miracle mattress in san antonio texas now apologizing after
the owner there now receiving death threats because of this. so in this particular commercial, they are trying to draw some type of connection to 9/11. you see the two employees standing behind her and they have mattresses stacked up like the twin towers and they all come falling down. this is her response to that commercial and the pushback. >> you don't see people making fun of pearl harbor. when the japanese -- you don't see people making fun of war. why does a terrorist attack on such monumental buildings ok? >> it was stupid. it was a stupid idea that we sent out. we apologize for our stupidity and we really hope you forgive us for what we've done. >> taking responsibility for it.
outskirts but it is gone. the freeways look good. we got nothing in our way. down on the roadways looks great as we see the 215 interchange in the distance. things looking good so far on the roads. let's check the weather with kelly. >> kelly: a lot of sunshine. i want to start with lake mead marina. if we watch closely the fish have been biting this morning jumping up out of the water. here is a look at the temperatures outside. summerlin 75. paradise 78. sunrise 73 this morning. temperatures comfortable right now. grab a sweater heading out the door. dress in layers because we're looking at triple digits. lot of sunshine across the southwest. dry conditions have taken hold. another storm system is on the
highs today overton 103. primm a high of 102. it's getting warmer today. as you take a look at the seven-day forecast tomorrow we're looking at 102. lots of sunshine. make sure you have the sunscreen out heading out there. sunday 101 and breezy conditions, falling temperatures early next week. in fact by wednesday we're talking morning lows in the 60's and highs in the about. around the water cooler this little girl becoming an internet sensation. she is so cute. it's what she did at a baseball game. it was a mariners game that has her literally gone viral. she's three years old. she's been given the nickname cotton candy girl since she was caught going crazy over her blue
the cameras came back again and again. this keeps playing over and over again. once they left, she obviously came down @includes/off that sugar rush. it's not really the sugar. she just likes to make funny faces. she's telling her dad she didn't have enough cotton candy at the game and going to have to get more. has people talking. serena williams looking to continue her quest for a 23rd major tournament championship. serena williams against carolina. the two have faced each other one other time before this. she shocked top seed and world number one williams. she's on her way to the final
locker room now. she will ways if winner in the caroline wozniacki match. it will be her first grand slam final. so exciting for her. serena williams is still amazing. the star tribune and one of its writers in hot water after anchor's skinny jeans. this happening while the anchor was covering a major development anyway kyle abduction story. the writer called her and said you look good from the waist up but said her jones were inappropriate while discussing the death of the 11-year-old jacob wetterly that went missing more than 30 years ago and they
writer saying in that letter, i gave that newscast every single shred of hope and love i had for jacob and his family. i left everything i had on that newsroom floor and today you took that away. you made it about my pants. the star tribute posted apologizing for the piece saying it was insensi. we'll continue on the cw. >> we will see new 60 seconds on
jonbenet. breaking news. north korea conducts its largest ever nuclear test overnight. the explosion registers as a magnitude 5 earthquake, the white house already vowing there praise for putin. donald trump's running mate, mike pence, doubles down on trump's controversial comments about russia's leader. >> i think it's inn arguable that vladimir putin has been a stronger leader in his country than barack obama has been in this country. >> hillary clinton appalled. >> that is not just unpatriotic, it's not just insulting, it is scary. it is dangerous.