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>> krystal: that wait over after waiting 7 years for a murder conviction. hear what a family has to say about their loved one's killer being brought to the fabulous strip as we get you going on this hump day. we're fortunate to live in a town that piamatral all over the world to come and experience. it's in our backyard. >> michelle: it's pretty fabulous. you know what sells fabulous. we're halfway through the week and the weather is awesome.
of rhode island where a suspect accused of killing a police officer in north carolina has been arrested. this is the man that we're talking about here. this is the video of a raid on a home in rhode island where police say that man was hiding. police say he opened fire on officer saturday night and killed him. he is in the hospital this morning being treated for a gunshot wound from that shooting in north after that he will be going straight to jail. >> krystal: for a local video you will only see on news 3. metro arresting those two street performers. they are accused of robbing tourist on the strip. according to people saying they've been harassed by them, just plain aggressive. what can we expect to happen today? >> in a matter of hours they
justice sent they are morning. i can tell you they are doing so because they used intimidation to get people hand over their money. the details from the police report they've made their money by taking photos with people on the las vegas stripment one woman told officers she felt forced to pay and that resulted in robbery. she grabbed one woman by the arm and pulled her close making her entire time until they paid the money they wanted. the two brothers told officers they've had issues with tourist in the past but only when boyfriends and significant
unsupervised when he got to school. school officials say they were following the rules here. the five-year-old got off the other students when he went to the playground. friends of the family recognized the boy, led him back to school a few minutes later. parents went to school to make sure this never happened again. >> i would like to see a plan by the school district as to how it intends to prevent this from ever happening again, ever. >> michelle: police still
following it's the same thing that forced them to close the school for a few days. they tore apart a girls room piece by piece. students returned to class yesterday for the first time. parents we spoke to say they are still looking for answers. >> who brought anytime and how did they get it, how do you get
should be done by thursday. the family may be allowed to move back in by the weekend. >> michelle: a guilty verdict for the case that has taken 7 years to go to trial. we've been following this for a while now. jurors found him guilty of killing his fiance. this goes back to 2009. took just a couple of hours to reach their decision for the jury. the decision was that he stabbed and killed robin in their home her family says [indiscernible] . >> one of the last words of my daughter to me before she was killed was -- i said what can i do. i knew she was in the room with her killer. i said what can i do and she said stay on the phone. and that brought us to this day
and heard everything. >> michelle: he is facing life in prison without parole. a sentencing hearing has been scheduled for tomorrow. >> krystal: a restaurant at the silver nugget open again after bed bugs. a pest management plan is in place to make sure it doesn't happen again. this after a customer posted pictures of the bites she received while eating there. those are pictures she snapped while she was eating. pest control workers believe the bugs may have been there for quite some time. >> michelle: a woman says county officials are trying to kick her out of a tree house she's living in. why they say she needs to get out and what she says she is going to do about this.
35 years after trying to kill the president. video vault takes a look at an odd side story that resulted here in vegas. tom has the details ahead. >> michelle: this is hard to watch. this happened in phoenix as a driver plows right into several police officers at a gas station. we'll show you that momenen jim dunlap: too many nevada police officers have been killed in the last few years. the truth is, we make it too easy for criminals and the dangerously mentally
ill to buy guns. they get them at gun shows or online from strangers, no questions asked. so here's something we can do to honor the fallen: close the background check loophole. that will help prevent future cop killings. it works. in states that have closed the loophole, nearly half as many police officers have been shot and killed in the line of duty.
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god. that black and white, we are one nation indivisible. that republican and democrat, we are all americans. i'd like to punch him in the face. you know what they used to do to guys like that? they'd be carried out in a stretcher, folks. i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters.
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approve this message. he's a race-baiting, xenophobic, religious bigot. donald trump is a phony, a fraud. he's not a serious adult. i can't vote for donald trump given the things that he said. trump should not be supported. i believe he's disqualified himself to be president.
a couple of days later she released segments from the january 6 taping that got national attention. >> i feel in july he's under danger and also i must tell you that i feel at the end of march perhaps the last week of march and first few days of april. >> rand appeared to have foreseen the attempt. >> ed the to do with a gun and the place. >> i spoke with the five crew members who were involved in the actual taping of the show, the director and sound people and so on and when we viewed the tape that ran on "the today show," they told me that tape was done
january 6. >> at first maurice claimed the g.m. was lying. >> a couple of days later he confessed on the fran page of the sun. his career as a psychic ended as the president recovered. while president reagan fully recovered. ma life. dick passed away from 1989 and now john hinkley , jr. is a freeman discharged at age 61 to live with his mother. >> krystal: so fascinating. snowden has been in russia and
president obama to pardon the man. the movement is supported by the american civil liberties union and human rights watch and others. >> michelle: let's take a check of the traffic as we look at things right now. tom, you are updating that traffic computer. how is it looking? >> tom: you see that accident there on las vegas boulevard. we're in the resort corridor. little mountain road becomes sands and continuing east from there becomes twain this. is sands and right underneath the pedestrian walkway. it's not going to cause any big problems since we're not at the height of the tourist time. that is the only accident of any consequence at the moment. let's check weather where we
conditions than yesterday. see the trees get swaying in the afternoon, kind of a dance going on there. few clouds as well. winds have diminished greatly. look at the temperatures. lake 63, downtown you are at 63 as well. nellis 65. green valley 66. nice and cool this were monthing. grab a little sweater heading out the door. we have lots of sunshinor temperatures will warm up but staying below normal. winds calm in many locations across the valley. that center of rotation, that storm that brought us winds yesterday is moving to the north and east. we're seeing rain showers in utah and idaho. nothing here at home. quiet conditions not just today but for the whole week. sunny and 86. that's our expected high today.
66 for the low tonight. clear skies for us. our seven-day forecast does show warming temperatures but it's a slow warming trend. 90's tomorrow and mid 90's which is normal for the weekend. >> krystal: thank you. a settlement has been reached in the fight over solar panels in nevada. delta and united airlines with the longest passenger wait time. not good news fur looking to fly let's go to jane king who joins us live from new york. we appreciate jane for being with us. the silver city settled its interview dispute in nevada. >> this has been going on for a while. it ends over solar rates.
together to free a trapped woman from a wrecked car. this is in southern california monday night. the victim reportedly told the group another vehicle was swerved to avoid the car. her car flipped over several times. one of the rescuers used a pocket knife to cut the seatbelt. the woman who shot the video says the woman is expected to be ok. from what she could tell she was just shaken up but appeared to be all right.
she was walking on a sidewalk when she was hit and pinned up against a porch. police say that driver was taken into custody being held at a local hospital. police are still investigating what led up to that crash. >> krystal: three police officers injured early tuesday morning. this may be disturbing to watch. wants to give you a heads up here as they were standing outside of a gas station. the incident caught on the sull and you see that happening. a car just plows into the officers. throwing one several feet, another on the ground and another walking away and running after the person who did this. one of the officers, it was his first day of training on the job suffering a head injury. another officer has a broken leg and the third received minor injuries during a struggle with the driver.
attempted murder and aggravated assault. police believe the driver targeted the officers and may have been impaired. >> michelle: this is the biggest gift in unlv history as far as athletics go. how a new donation could lead to more than a practice facility. >> krystal: a florida wan she's live in for 25 years. i guess you can call it a tree
out the door this morning. take a look at these temperatures. pahrump 53 right now. boulder city 63. the las vegas valley coming in at 64. winds nice and light. not going to be an issue for us today. i had to adjust this graph and reset it because the temperatures were so low they were not showing up. 65 at by 11:00 76. highs today mid 80's. take the dog for a walk. get outside and enjoy it. >> krystal: fall is here and i'm loving it. >> michelle: hippie may be evicted from a tree house. she's been living in this tree
that 65-year-old says she's called the open air paradise her home for 25 years. she said it represents the simple life. it has a fountain, a pool and pets. miami dade county received complaints she's running a commune. eight people share the grounds and main house and the county i says it has to come she has a little more than 100 days to bring it up to code or take it down. we're taking a live look out of
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here in las vegas to rally for his wife who has been resting since nearly collapsing sunday. clinton will be there around 11:00 this morning. hillary expected to be back on the campaign thursday. she hasn't been seen in public since sunday after she was seen needing assistance getting into a and we later learned because she was diagnosed with pneumonia. the british man who tried to grab an officers gun and shoot donald trump at a rally. back in june he tried to grab a gun and shoot trump at treasure island. his attorney says he was delusional at the time. his family says he has a history
another hearing is set for december. >> michelle: head of wells fargo division where employees opened unauthorized accounts is retiring at the end of the year. kerri is leaving but with a handsome payout of more than $124 million. a spokesperson said step made a personal decision to retire after 27 years with the company but would not c compensation. wells fargo agreed to pay 185 million in fines over fake accounts, millions of fake accounts. the bank announced it's getting rid of the sales goals for retail bankers who said those goals were part of the reason behind creating the false accounts because they felt so much pressure to meet those goals. a massive donation to support unlv football complex.
athletic departments there at unlv. let's go to craig live from unlv. this is important because it brings the team up to par with the other teams in its division now. >> anytime there is a gift like , this they can move forward more quickly than if they have to raise the money. the $10 million to the athletics program to help with the construction of a 732000 square foot two level football facility this. is a big deal for football at unlv. it will include a training center and academic area and media room. a massive complex. it will be built at the north end of the campus near the existing practice field.
second year head coach says it is a needed piece of the puzzle. >> this just allows us to take one little piece of it which is unlv football and move it forward in a positive direction. >> a positive direction indeed. it will happen more quickly. the estimated cost to build this facility is 24-$26 million. this is really the the university will need to raise an additional $12 million to complete the project. they've started to schedule construction based on this large pledge. construction set to begin next spring. >> krystal: that is always good news. we're going to take a live look out of rio where china dominated during the paraolympics.
dogs and earning official recognition from the book of world records. they set a record. how fun for the dogs and ifth owners. >> tom: the commute is going to the dogs over on town center. you will experiee summerlin parkway. it's a repaving project starting now going through mid november. move over to ramparter the 215 on the outside. you will find lane restricts. summerlin parkway five minutes and the rest of the way about a six minute drive.
alley busy. we have one accident just about clear here. one flashing light left with the motorcycle. looks like the car has been towed so we can wrap this one up. >> kelly: can you imagine being a hotdog vendor in that ballpark with 1,000 dogs. you got to run fast. here is a look at what we're the door. it is 66-degrees. that's the current temperature. winds light for us. meadow school 61. rampart and hill point. as we take a look at our school bus forecast, 69-degrees for the morning bell. time to bust out the new fall sweaters. 82 by lunchtime and 85 lots of sunshine on the way home.
a teen in alabama recovering after running his truck into something in the middle of the road. coming up you are going to find this rather unusual item that was in the middle of the roadway that should have been in a zoo. we have it for you. that should have been in a zoo. we
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taiwan. today that super strong typhoon kicking up winds, throwing things around. according to the national weather forecasters the wind speeds reached 132 miles per hour with gusts up to 163 miles per hour. schools and businesses closed in the city. >> a high school student in texas did not know the girl who shot her. it happened thursday in texas there was a shooting at a school there.
shoot her 14-year-old step brother but instead another student interrupted her in the girl's restroom as that student was trying to run away she was shot in the lower back by the other girl. the girl with the gunshot and killed herself. they talked to almost all of the students at that high school and they say bullying was not a factor in the shooting. >> krystal: a 19-year-old from alabama is recovering after he hi the camel belonged to a couple who owns exotic animals. they were walking the animal monday night when she stopped in the middle of the road and would not move. one of the owners saw the truck coming and tried to stop the driver but it didn't work. she was put down after being looked ated at by a vet.
weekend. >> kelly: florida is getting hit again. we're talking about julia. this is a gas station that lost a chunk of awning due to high winds. 40-mile per hour wind sustained. heavy rain threatening homes in florida and georgia. much of storm warnings. isolated tornadoes a possibility. four to six inches of rainfall from this storm. wind is probably going to be one of the bigger issues there and the rain. four to six inch says lot in a short amount of time. getting pummeled again georgia and northeastern florida. here is a look at our weather at home and it's a much different story. quiet conditions now.
you can see the trees here dancing a little bit. the clouds over the spring mountains as well. the winds did diminish during the overnight hours. pahrump valley high school right now you are at 53. going to want a sweater this brought us the winds jed exiting the area. still seeing rain shower activity in the northern portions of the state and utah and idaho, wyoming as well. for us quiet today and cooler. pahrump 85. woulder city 84.
sunshine. getting back up to normal for the weekend in the mid 90's. >> michelle: thank you. we're going to take a live picture at an event going on in north carolina. this is chelsea clinton campaigning on behalf of her mother who is resting after that episode she had on 9/11 due to heat exposure, a complication from pneumonia. chelsea clinton started in this women in tech and innovation panel. this happening in north carolina. this started at 5:30 our time this morning. taking a quick little look and we're going to see a lot of this. hillary clinton due back on the
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seizing assets and property if he does not pay. loyal fans trying to help him out. streaming parties are showing up cash from royalties. he had a popular run for a while. >> i like all the old stuff. a 19-year-old model proving there is nothing more beautiful than pure confidence. she made her runway debut two years ago. she was attacked by a group of men who held her down and poured acid on her face. she is not letting her car stop her. she walked the cat walk.
company's campaign called # take beauty back. >> that takes some courage. netflix saying data caps are unfair and should be regulated. netflix is asking the fcc to tell internet providers to stop charging customers based on how much internet they use. data caps allow providers to the caps do not serve a legitimate purpose because using more does not cost the companies more money and that will improve internet speed. >> if you missed america has got talent we're going to tell you about an act.
we'll have the full story coming up. >> street performers accused of robbing tourist on the las vegas strip facing a judge today. what people claim they were doing. that story straight ahead. >> asking for favors. snowden talking to the president about coming back to the united states. how is the white house responding to happy wednesday to you. it is hump day. we have made it halfway through the week. what a gorgeous live picture as the sun is starting to rise on this wednesday morning. we are filling in today and happy to be here. >> krystal: we are waking up with you on this wednesday. we got you covered on all fronts. we do team traffic and weather every 10 minutes. we're going to go to the