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a small plane headed for northern california crashes as it takes off from the reno airport. it went down in a parking lot right next to the runway. >> such a tragedy. three people died in the crash. the ntsb has taken over the investigation. that plane went down right after take-off. as of right now, no indication of a cause. the only made to the tower was that he was having some sort of a problem. the three people on board that died on that plane are being missed by their families tonight as we learn it crashed on top of several cars in long-term parking lot. 15 vehicles were damaged. no one on the ground was injured. >> we're in a very public location. there was damage.
>> the wreckage is being moved to a hangar in california, where more extensive investigation can take place. this is the second deadly crash of a small plane at this airport. at the end of august, people died aboard a sing of-engine plane in sparks. now to decision 2 better of a being diagnosed with pneumonia. just before 6:00 this evening, she told cnn she didn't disclose the illness because she didn't think it would be that big of a deal. she collapsed after getting into her van. she won't be making the trip out west, and that includes las vegas. she's scheduled to
campus. now bill clinton will be taking her case. here's why she decided to power through. >> she's a person with a strong work ethic. she wasn't feeling well. she had a very busy week. she powered through. she was diagnosed on friday but then decided to move forward with the national security briefing and then really wanted to be there as a senator from new york. >> clinton has taken to social media to let supporters know she's oka out there. see you on the trail soon. donald trump was on the trail also stopping at several locations, including a diner in baltimore. when asked about hillary clinton's health, trump says he hopes she gets better as soon as possible. he's also ensuring that he's healthy. he said he had a medical exam last week and will release those results. trump and his surrogates have
our mission is to connect the presidential candidates through you. we reached out to candidates to participate in extended interview, not only with our station, but with our sis store store -- sister stations across the country. what would you ask donald trump and hillary clinton? share your thoughts by e-mailing us. we want to give you a voice in this race for the white house. a u.s. secret officer vehicle while riding a motorcycle. the accident happened a block from the house. that secret service officer was conscious and speaking when he was airlifted. police are working to investigate the cause of the crash. the area was closed to several for several hours. a nation-wide cease-fire went into effect in syria. some groups have yet to say whether they will abide by
and already violations have been reported. the guns were supposed to fall silent several hours ago at sundown but observers report bombings by syrian forces and shooting by rebel groups. this could threaten an agreement that was ten months in the making and syria's best hope for a sustained peace. >> the earliest reports are that there's a subreduction in violence as well as fighting here >> reporter: there were ominous signals all weekend that the treaty was going to face challenges. syria's government ramped up their attacks on saturday and sunday, killing nearly 100 people and wounding about 100 more. and just this morning, sir syria's president said they were
they already expressed grave doubts about this agreement since the u.s. and russia signed it last weekend. now the deal looks impossibly more certain. while it's too early to call this a failure, the events of the past 48 hours don't promise success. david camny ron -- cameron is leaving the british outside of westminster. i hope i will continue to contribute to public service. >> he says he will support his successor, teresa may. cameron stepped down as prime minister after failing to convince british voters in join to remain in the european union. nine members of one family killed in a house fire.
getting out of the burning house. according to the fire chief, this is the deadliest fire in the city since the 1920s. four adults and three children died on the scene. two kids passed a-- away at the hospital. they died from a combination of smoke inhalation and burns. it's too early to determine what caused the fire. video just shows the intensity of the fire. we are able to tell you that one child did survive. personal human loss. but we're also fathers, mothers, brothers, sisters, aunts, uncle and grandparents. many times our minds cannot forget what our eyes have seen. >> the fire director said those first responders will be taken care of emotionally over the next few days and they will be
municipality. an overnight fire in a florida mosque was deliberately set. investigators are saying that. as kim hutcherson explains, it's the same mosque where orlando nightclub shooter omar mateen went to. >> reporter: fire broke out early monday morning at a mosque in florida's st. lucie county. investigators believe it was arson. no one was inside when the blaze fort pierce. surveillance video captured a man at the building as the fire broke out. >> the video clearly shows a lone individual either white or hispanic ancestry, walking up to the mosque, where shortly after there's a bright flash indicating that a fire did occur. >> reporter: authorities want the public's help finding the man in the video. >> had a very distinguishable pair of pants on. they appear to be blue jeans.
there's distinct embroidery on the rear pockets of the pants. also, the shirt he has on appears to be like a button-up smoker's-style shirted and he had a hat on. >> reporter: omar mateen killed 49 people at the pulse nightclub. police are trying to determine a motive for the crime. >> right now we're not crime or just an arson because this is a place of worship and, of course, because this incident occurred on the anniversary of 9/11, we are going to explore that. >> reporter: kim hutcherson, news 3. walmart is making a push for future technology. >> we'll tell you what they hope to accomplish in stores that's almost a reality on the road. and the las vegas 51s lose a fan favorite manager.
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the last 20 minutes. nv energy have reached a settlement with solar energy customers that will grandfather them into the original rates for 20 years. this applies for all customers that applied an application for the plan before the end of 2015. >> this allows customers who
to rei ply. well, france is going to be extreme when it comes to savingles environment. it already bans plastic bags. now it's banning the dishware that can be composted. copy machines will no longer be allowed to cough out plastic cups. tesla giving the they will improve the advanced radar in the driving system. this can maintain a set speed, keep the car wherein its lane and brake automatically. it allows it to see things in bad weather and sunlight. tesla has come under fire since a driver using it was killed in a collision with a truck.
walmart may have driverless shopping carts. there will be detachable motors. customers will be able to request a cart using a user interface device, potentially a smartphone and the roaming motors will be able to fetch a cart and bring it to the customer. the system will be able to unidentify unattended shopping carts and return them. >> i do like the my cup of coffee into the same store. let's take a break off me and that means more multitasking. [laughter] now to take a look at what's coming up at 7:00. zeroing in on a drug deal got easier for police as a suspect made a mistake using their
thans on news 3 live at 7:00. well, news 3 is your weather authority. kevin janison is joining us now to talk about the weather as we watch for the sun to go down. >> and changes blowing in as we speak. >> literally blowing in, but also you talk about the sunset. these days are getting shorter. check out the angle of the sun. i think they -- yep, they are all in the shade. let's zip over and look at our camera. this is on the far east side of town. sun beginningm perspective, it's. -- days are getting shorter and shorter. it happens quickly as we get into september. the winds will be a factor. very dry air. that pattern is going to continue. lamb and vegas valley on the east side, it was blowing at 20 and then they had a 28-mile-an-hour gust. 7% humidity and mountain's edge,
blowing at 7 with a gust at 33. 88 over there. the wind will be bobbing and weaving with maybe less of that as the kindergarten subsides. it won't go away but they will back off. only to come back stronger tomorrow. mesquite after having a gust of 36 only blowing at 3. they will be up and down but more ups tomorrow especially during the afternoon hours. the front will knock the temperature down. we'll only peak in the mid-80s. but it will be the story of the wind, steady. 10, 20 in the morning and then it picks up. we're thinking low to mid-20s sustained with gusts around 40 plus miles per hour in the afternoon. there isn't a significant front, at least not one that's got a lot of moisture with it. we've had a few scattered showers in central nevada. those will continue to push east. it will take a while to get the system by us.
pop. once all that moves out, we should set the table for what should be a glorious ending of the week. right now, reno is at 75. 78 in salt lake as we check out phoenix, 98. 70 along the southern california coast. not sure reno will make 70. the mountain is going down to 70. 79 for the low at the lake, who i is degree or two below the water temperature. 83 in indian springs. laughlin, 95. for the las vegas valley, 74. we're looking at 15, 25 in the morning and then the sustained 15, 20 plus gusts in the afternoon. the gusts will be around 40. those will be the ones that blow the dust around. seven-day forecast, leftover breezes wednesday morning.
they will simmer down and as we get into the weekend, they will start to head in that direction, low to mid-90s. there might be more climbing to do next week. you start looking at mid and late september, you can only climb so far. there is a ceiling. june and july, the sky is limit. >> like an endless ladder, june and july. >> thank you. >> sure. time for sports. amber joins us now with more on the 51s losing their manager. >> it turns out this past season wa w today mets' general manager sannie alderson said backman has decided to move on. backman, a fan favorite for sometimes bullish behavior has not commented. 51s's president said he's not surprised, though. at of the last game, backman said he wanted to be in the big leagues and wasn't sure he would return to las vegas.
he was not following orders from higher-ups about how to utilize his players. he managed the team for five years. some nfl notes. first week of the nfl season ends tonight with two games. pittsburgh is the 2.5 favorite at washington. the l.a. rams are the 2.5 to 3-point favorite at san francisco. and t like how robert the griffin iii will miss eight games after breaking a bone in his shoulder, brandon marshal has lost another sponsor after joining colin kaepernick by taking a knee during the national anthem.
belief but feel the national anthem was an inappropriate venue. air academy federal credit union in colorado dropped him last week. and humphrey was named defensive player of the year. the canyon springs high grad is a senior running back at san diego state. on saturday had a career high, 2818 yard rush -- 28 rushing yards. h >> honestly, i think we can go 12-0. that will all take care of itself and. they've been taking about boise state and us both being 12-0. >> for the conference championship, i think that would be amazing. >> it would be a fun game to see. and in a few years we might see
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tuesday morning we'll start out sunny and breezy. we're thinking 10, 20 miles an hour in the morning. but those winds will pick up in the afternoon bringing in cooler temperatures. we're talking highs in the 80s but a few wind gusts over 40 miles per hour. kelly will get you updated tomorrow morning beginning on "news 3 today" and that fine broadcast begins at >> maybe they need carbs to get started early that. >> olive garden going with the bottomless bowls of pasta. for $100, you can get seven weeks of unlimited pasta bowls with the pasta, with marinara,
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and a robbery suspect targets a woman in a wheelchair. how police helped the victim as they search for the bad guy. it's back to class tomorrow for students at walter johnson junior high. that's where mercury was found nearly a week ago. thank you for joining us. i'm marie mortera. >> i'm reed cowan. the school district showing there are still many unknowns in this stor our top story tonight with kelsey thomas following up. >> reporter: we found out this afternoon the worst of the contamination was in the gym. the clean-up is done but the cost and who is paying for it is a mystery. this 6th grader got his backpack back but is still not in class nearly one week after a mercury spill shut down walter