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>> reporter: what was the demeanor of sanford in court? >> reporter: reed, this was all happened at the federal courthouse here the 6th floor of the building. michael sanford spoke loudly and confidently but looked very nervous, his legs trembling for much of the hearing and shed a little more light on his struggles with mental illness. in court michael sanford was very polite felony counts an undocumented immigrant having a gun ditrupting business. >> thank you, thank you officers. >> reporter: during questioning by federal mag strait sanford admitted he is taking an anti-psychotic medication often used to treat schizophrenia and irit
visit him in jail last week although not in court today his mother has always maintained sanford's mental illness was at heart of what happened. >> michael appears to have been acting on a psychotic episode at the time that he tried to pull out the gun. he was hearing voices. telling him to rid the world of trump. >> reporter: his mother told i.t.n.they're hoping sanford can serve his sentence in england. >> have a sentence but my view it shouldn't matter to them where he does to sentence but to us it's matter of life and death. >> reporter: she knows her son will serve time in prison she ask trying to see him through this difficult time. >> hopefully it's the end of one stage and the beginning of another stage. >> reporter: two questions left here, how long will that sentence be?
unanswered. they may be addressed when his sentencing hearing begins. that is scheduled for mid december. >> anchor: thank you for the update. >> anchor: eamon and ryan bundy accused in the armed standoff in oregon are getting their day in court. >> anchor: the trial is now under way in portland the bundies are charged with conspiracy to impede the jobs of u.s. government workers in the standoff earlier this general told the jury bundy didn't impede their work. bundy says the refuge was seized to protest fram land use policies. his attorney general also says only one side shotoff, a direct reference to the f.b.i.'s fatal shooting of finny kum. bundy toad the court he came to help a local ranching family, not to break the law. news 3 will update thes trial as it continues. >> reporter: a man who
kelling her will spend up to 15 years in prison. sentence given to joshua siren by a judge this morning. he pleaded guilty in the death of a woman who was his girl friend. siren will have to pay a fine of $2,000. >> anchor: at 5:00 news 3 finding thes home of the family forced to move out because of a mercury exposure scare connected to a local junior high school. crews going through the house inch by inch looking for any sign of medal mercury. the news 3 learning a young girl's bedroom is at the center of the cleanup. we got a look inside the gym wheres' believed students handled the mercury. schools open for the first time this morning since it was shut down last week but tonight a lot of questions still remain including the big one, where did you will a the mercury come from. >> they don't know nothing,
don't know nothing about it. so -- it is, almost a week, it is the same. >> we don't have hardest at this point and it would be premature to speculate all the facts. >> anchor: school officials are hoping cameras can help them learn about the source of the mercury. >> anchor: a show of force by the u.s. against north korea's nuclear weapons testing. two powerful battle tested b.1 bombers were flown over south korea by the move comes just four days after north korea launched its 5th and possibility most powerful nuclear test. the u.s. commander for forces in the region says the u.s. has an unshakeable commitment to defend allies in the region. >> you see an empty chair. now at 5:00 that chair greets a congressional panel. investigating hike's use of a private e-mail server when chefs' secretary of state. a former state department computer specialist was
there. that is evidence he didn't show up. utah republican congressman says there will be consequences for pagliano's refusal to appear. his attorney says he wants to take 59th in private and not in a public setting. two people who worked for the company that maintained clinton's server did show up but invoked their constitution a rights against self-indiscrimination. >> only 55 days left in decision 2016. while hillary clinton recovers from known ownia she is bringing out heavy weights to campaign for her. >> they're not offering serious solution, they're offering resentment and blame and anger and hate. and that is not the america we know. that is not the america i know. >> anchor: once again hitting republican presidential candidate donald trump hard over whether he is fit to be the next president.
trump supporters a basket of deploreables. her statement is the numbers one issue in the race even more than her nun ownia and her fail your to reveal she is sick. >> this was a catastrophic ins sult to the american people. and it's so important that people around country know this was a preached speech. americans a basket of deploreables. >> anchor: tonight there is other news. new york's attorney general says he is opening an investigation into trump's foundation to make sure he is complying with laws governing charities. >> anchor: we learned clinton made enough progress when it comes to her health to get back on the train trail thursday. >> while president bill clinton fills in for her
joins us live where bill clinton is expected to talk and the jeff, his main subject here will be college affordability. >> reporter: that's right. good to see you and reed, good evening to you, too. welcome to csn where bill clinton will be in the building behind me talking about hillary clinton's plan to make college more affordable for young americans. the former president arrives here as nevada lives up to its billing as a battle ground f. there is any good the pneumonia hit now. she could use nevada face time. it's a tied race according to nbc and the "wall street journal." throw in third parties and trump actually leads. at clinton h.q.the head of the nevada campaign gives me the lowdown on what the former president will talk about. >> you are going to hear a lot about how we're creating access and opportunity for youk folks. >> reporter: bill clinton
which would let 24,000 nevada students go to a public school tuition flee. shirley going for a second career say that is is great. even for you, for -- >> affordability is appear issue. >> it is, everyone wants to get a good deal. >> it's live and local -- >> reporter: critics especially conservatives say clinton should have said something friday when she got her diagnosis and not wait until sunday >> i don't know what to believe. i don't know what to believe but i think this, this pivots to the issue of trustworthiness. >> reporter: nonsense says clinton supporter elyse. >> anyone can catch even are pneumonia. i got over it a little while myself. i think she is fine. you know it's a stressful time. it's a campaign. but i think she is the candidate for the united states right now. >> reporter: in the meantime she is sending in the surrogate in chief.
town. i would rather have him as an option. >> voter mike shields doesn't which is why he is voting libertarian in a state that is seeing the race for the white house get tighter. >> reporter: back live bill clinton due to speak here tomorrow morning at 11:00. back to you. >> anchor: thank you. now at 5:00 news 3 is getting updated information about the recent sales scandal at wells fargo back. the company says it retail bankers. regulators just found out thousands of workers opened up fake accounts all with the goal to meet their sales goals. 5300 workers were fired in this. employees said wells fargo pressured them to meet unrealistic goals. it's time for a check of your traffic. >> anchor: give you a vale wide view first. or shall we check in with our
your eyes on a construction project? >> reporter: way out to the northwest. this has been under way for a while but i want to particularly look at it this evening because there is an overnight closure anticipated right here. that is where the sky point connection goes underneath the 215 bridge which is being built this. is going to be a great flyover bridge that takes from westbound 215 to southbound 95. a much needed change but tonight in order to work on the bridge, this connector road will be shut down from 5:00 tomorrow morning. that is going to put people way out of their way. they can't make the right turn on the westbound, they have to go up here and take durango then double back and also to connect to the beltway they will to go to durango or down to jones, going to be a miss, we'll see more as time goes on but overnight closures, sky point connection 9:00 pm until 5:00 tomorrow morning. tom holly reporting. >> anchor: thank you.
>> anchor: we're able to zoom in and show you how some of the lanes are going right now. 95 inbound lanes look to be slower so know about that. 42 miles an hour. and on the other side over there 43 miles an hour. still a slowdown. >> the west side of town on the beltway 65 miles an hour as you make your way around the west side then up the 15 there right through the center of our valley, cruising at 62 miles an hour. >> get a a las vegas polygamist family taking their fight over a utah law to the nation's highest court. >> why the brown family says the law violates their rights. >> taking a stand for human rights. the move a national athletic organization is taking to protest a law it claims discriminate, jerry? >> numbers, numbers, i've some numbers and you are going to like them. 89 that is all she wrote for a high today. we're going to be cooler
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for transgender rights. >> anchor: they're pulling 7 championship events from north carolina because of the a law that some say leads to discrimination against the entire lgbt community and the lieutenant governor says it sends the wrong message to over female athlete and female fan. >> reporter: north carolina's house bill 2 continues to cause controversy. the ncaa is moving seven of its championship event out of the state over say is discriminatory against the lgbt community. >> it's embarrassing for the state this has happened and our state is going through. >> reporter: hb2 requires transgender people to use bathrooms cores responding to the gender on their birth certificates in government buildings. it removes state anti-discrimination protections for the lgbt community and blocks local governments from expandsing those protections.
several division 1 schools taking a huge hit. >> i wish that the law had not been passed. i wish it would be repealed. and i think that the ncaa are looking at this decided this was just something they couldn't swallow. >> reporter: the ncaa says its decision is consistent with its core values of inclusion and creating a climate of fairness, google and pay pal taking issue with the law and bruce springstein and pearl jam have cancelled events in north carolina because of released a statement saying the issue will be decided by the courts encouraging other organizations to "respect and allow our nation's judicial system to proceed without economic threat." he said sadly the ncaa failed to show this respect at the expense of our student athletes and hard-working men and women. tense there. this decision includes the more prominent and most
one men's basketball tournament set for march. >> the controversy continue, now on o to this story. the polygamist family who make las vegas their home are taking their case for legalizing polygamy to the nation's court. cody brown and his four wives wants the u.s. court to review a decision. a lower court had ruled the law rights to privacy and religious freedom. >> so leetle' talk about the winds of change today. it's jerry in for kevin. we are glad to see jerry on a week day. >> i tell you when winds blow you from the 100's to the 80s, you can't complain. we were in the 80s today. we're going to be well down into the 80s tomorrow. first of all looking to the
rock resort. just went dark. i tell you there are some gremlins in my computer. i apologize for that. 83 degrees downtown las vegas. that would be our studio. south winds went down at 5. 20% the relative humidity. noticeably cooler on the west side. 76 out at palo verde high and summerlin, within gust to 40 miles an hour. see the winds going up. down in the south valley college and the 95 it's 82 down there. they had a wind gust to 36 miles-an-hour. so 83, paradise quarter, squarely in the central valley, anthem in henderson at 80. 75 over in blue diamond. wind speeds, we've had them this excess of 20 miles an hour, credible they're generally in the -- the worst 15-20 miles an hour, just saw 20 miles an hour sustained wind in summerlin.
in summer lion. a little lower over to north las vegas airport there. 27 mile an hour winds gusts. gust around the region 43 town on the lake. lake wind advisory you won't have wanted to be on a boat today. 43 up at the air force base. indian springs currently 76. 89 mesquite. 83 currently in boulder city and 77 in pahrump. looking at 84 degrees in las v a rather tomorrow of 86 degrees. that is all she wrote. going to be a gorgeous day. you see there is plenty of instability around the west. we do have a little cutoff low, that circulation, up to our north. that that is sending moisture away from us, not in our direction, winds will be with us until 8:00 pm. they'll be in evidence through midnight but they're going to diminish noticeably overnight. 48, somehow that for a low?
and tomorrow's high really looking nice. in the 80s across southern nevada. overnight 62, clear and cool with the breezes early. then tomorrow an absolutely spectacular day. let's put it in perspective for you, 7:00 am. >> 64. 85 at 5:00 pm with a light and variable wind flow. low 90s through friday. upper 9's next week. i think monday i just upped it to 99. it's going to be close. close but we don't hopefully -- >> hot one. >> a hot smoke. >> all right. jerry brown, thank you so much. >> okay. >> we hope you like pasta because we want to tell you about this. olive garden is about to sell the never ending pasta passes. this year more of you will be able to get one. last year 2100 people bought the pass but this year 21,000 passes will be sold. get the deal on thursday starting at 11:00 am las vegas time.
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>> ahead for us president obama pinch hits on the road for hillary clinton after her lead over trump narrows. the latest numbers, shouldcephalies in the voting booth be banned? why this question is before a court and can the far sightedness that comes with middle age be corrected? yes. in less than five minutes.
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tonight, trump takedown. with hillary clinton sidelined, a fiery president obama unloads on trump as our new poll shows the race is tightening. and the health history of both candidates now under scrutiny. olympic stars private information about simone biles a venus and serena williams exposed by russian cyber spies. athletes now explaining why they were allowed to take banned drugs. and did you know that an election day fight for the digital age purchased to