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>> reporter: wife of a local man killed by a drunk driver telling a judge how a woman changed their life forever. thanks for tuning in i'm reid. >> maria: i'm marie now service the maximum of 20 years for the death of roger mc clenen. family is not satisfied with the punishment. >> for two reasons 20 years is not enough for killing someone behind the wheel and drunk and telling us that they are frustrated because the woman behind the wheel has been arrested multiple times for dui. >> reporter: sentencing crime victims had the opportunity to speak about what they think is the appropriate puniblement.
driving hisz motorcycle in charleston when hit by a car running a red liecht 29 year old jo an clover was convicted of the killing. >> her actions do reply. >> reporter: mc clenen's family members telling the judge how clover's action changed their lives. >> [inaudible] and five kid. took them away. she was [inaudible]. >> reporter: cleaver listend and shed her tierce and tearfully apologized for what she had done. >> reporter: apologies will not ease their pain.
and she proved that when she hit my husband. >> reporter: this crash was clover's fourth dui arrest rodgers family believe she should bye-bye put away years ago. >> she should have gotten the same punishment as if she shot somebody. >> and this mess annual. joong about what you do before you do it. she didn't think about it. not once or twice. this was her third time of about it. before you turn that key. >> reporter: 20 years is the maximum penalty allowed here. clover be eligible for parole after 5 years. the family says they'll be there each one of the hearings to try to testify to make sure she stays behind bars. news three, back to you. >> reporter: thank you.
federal case againstanon and ryan bundy for the stand off in oregon. oregon sheriff who dealt with the stand off telling a jury that bunked and he his armed supporters repeatedly threatened over throw him. community is still recovering from the stand off. five codefendants are accused to impede the job of federal workers. all of them pleaded not guilty. news 3 will bring you updateos that trial. >> maria: b ballot issue on gun background checks
takes a new twist. lynne. >> reporter: out of state politicians pushing question one they say it is about background checks. >> question one is slowly gun control. >> this will turn nevada into criminals. >> loan a gun to yore cousin, jail. >> tell not do a thing to prevent crime. >> maria: the rifle association
now air thanksgiving add-on tv against ballot question
number one. require gun sales to go through a licensed gun dealer in order to get a background check. temporary transfers of those between immediate family members would be exempted. opponents say diagonal criminalize gun ownership. >> reporter: e mails with trump is a head line in decision 2016. powell calling trump a national disgrace in an e mail embracing a racist movement. any question the valit idof obama's birth certificate and powell criticized aid to the hilary camp to drag him in the controversy. an aid confirmed e mails are his. trump under fire by awe group of house democrats listen to this.
facters depressing for those of us who believe in good government and the rule of law. mrar mar the group of law makers calling on the justice department to investigate the trump foundation. the question follows reports trump donated 25 thousand dollar to a group backing the reelection of florida's attorney general. pam bondy three years ago donation was made days after bondy announced she was thinking about investigating fraud bondy infer pursued the case. >> health of both candidates at the heart of the campaign. >> reporter: three hours going clinton's doctor released the statement. she remains health and he fit to serve as president of the united states. doctor lisa bard okay says a physical shows clinton is normal and in excellent mental condition and recovering well with antibiotics and rest. meanwhile, trump, giving america
health. the candidate surprised the audience of a show as well as the doctor on that show by revealing rus of a physical exam. full details are not made public until tomorrow. trump told the doctor he wants to lose 15 pounds. and an as you yens member young are told cnn trump's cholesterol was low are than his. trump admits he tabs assistantins to keep it down. >> maria: hilary clinton is campaign trail tomorrow after suffering from pneumonia. >> reporter: she was supposed to be in las vegas today beaut we got bill clinton. at the college of southern cheyenne. mr. clinton says hilary is feeling great! >> reporter: that's right. good evening, that was the health update from the former president and the husband who said he spoke to his wife minutes before he took the stage
>> reporter: a substitute who wanted make one thing clear. >> i'm glad to have a chance to stand in for hilary today. um, she did it for me for a long time it is about time i showed up and did it for her. >> offering his medical assess am of the illness that hit hilary. >> crazy times we live in people think it is unusual about getting the flu. millions get it every year. >> it was pneumonia not the flu. former president misspoke. residence are still steamed mrs. clinton did not disclose it earlier. one thing bill clinton made clear is why he is here. >> nevada is a battleground state. >> reporter: trump leads here by two. this event was supposed to be bh affordability it was about more. clinton claiming outside experts they hilary will add jobs.
vote for me what do you got to lose you say, far starters 14 million jobs. no thank you. >> reporter: in the audience people -- >> he would be a better person for the job. >> reporter: no argument from the man who could be the first husband make the case for his wife. >> she'll be a fabulous president. >> reporter: back in the life at csn the response comment hilary clinton made on friday when she said, half of trump supporters could fit into a basket of deplorables. here is the trump statement. nevada have a question for the former president does he agree with his wife that half us are deplorable or des operate? that is a statement mrs. clinton regrets making. back to you. >> reporter: thank you. now at 5:00 a scare for police
a man deliberately driving his car into two officers at the gas station. man scuffled with the third officer before get being away. mark pain is behind bars and faces charges including attempt at first degree murder. one officer suffered a broken leg yesterday morning. another officer is being treated for bruises and a concussion. police describe pain as a transient. it was a act. >> maria: bring you back home and look at your drive around the valley. we can show you a wide view here of what is happening now on the roads. even as things move north. look what is happening on the southern beltway nine miles per hour after a major crash. >> reporter: tom hawley will talk about something called, the weekend karma getton will it be that bad, tom? >> tom: i think tell be pretty bad this interchange we are
bowl is the buiest in nevada and this is the busiest ramp in nevada tell be closed 10 tonight to 10:00 p.m. sunday morning. busiest time is saturday afternoon. there will be alternate routs. that will pull a lot expect service street congestion and people get back on at charleston. is that saying too much? i don't know tell be busy with boaters inconvenienced we will hit that more between now and friday night. >> maria: thank you for that. >> reporter: russian hackers have done it again. yet health records of the biggest names on the u.s. olympic ticket were hacked. >> maria: a health alert.
>> maria: if you think never smoke can help you live longer it is not enough. >> reporter: being out of shape can be as deadly as smoke. people who don't exercise affects the ability to circulate oxygen like >> i love the capacity for individuals right there with smoking affects on an individual mortality's rate. alarming. >> reporter: like smoking being fit takes a toll on the lungs. >> reporter: body's ability to retain oxygen and circulate it to get it throughout the body to the muscles to move. >> reporter: psychologist says
low are a person's quality of life. >> with the inability to move around we think about where is the ability to enjoy life? going on vacation? if you are going on vagz you want to go site seeing the enjoyment from that and access the quality of life. >> reporter: activity better adapts the body to handle trauma. >> an individual who goes through that level of activity who has the abi t a higher arobic capacity, their bodies are used to handling stress. their body is used to -- psychologically handling the stresses. >> reporter: there are recommendations for exercise. it is not a one size fits all. >> exercise has to be prescribed to the individual. here they are at. where the limitations of the activity whether it is strength or balance. >> reporter: experts say before
with your doctor and meet with an expert who can help you get the fitness you need to stay in good health. >> maria: college group joining the ban of north carolina because of the controversial law. discriminating against the lbgt community. the atlantic conference is moving out of north carolina preventing cities and counties passing protections on gde it followed the ncaa which is relocating the games. simone biles and serena williams and more victims of russian hackers who stole their medical data. the hackers, fancy bear, posted records after going through files showing exemptions to ban substances. the u.s. gymnastic agencies said
>> weather authority where jerry browned this was a day to look forward to. >> like a fine wine. >> reporter: you and i are porter lovers. it is delightful it is delicious it is -- i don't know. >> delovely. today was delovely. of course you know that. ela fitzgerald. north las vegas in motion. only thing moving are the cars on the freeway. there are no clouds. it is a quiet day and that's the way we will take it and early september. i mean mid-september it is still summer. ryan cran middle school 84, wind are calm a cry from yesterday. 12%, humidity in the betweens. miracle mile valley 82 degrees
degrees a dry dew point and henderson, 83. calm wind and humidity at 12%. around the valley current temperatures warm as it gets is here on the east side 87 from downtown henderson to sunrise. 82 in summer. not that big of a difference between temperatures really just nice across the valley. 87 in mosquite. 60 on th in laughlin and death valley 94. cool by their elevated standards. 85 the official reading at the top of the hour is one down from the high. we are look at a high of 91. so you know we will up it five degrees. we will be in the 80s most of the day and air will be dry. first, go over to what is going on off the southeast coast.
enthusiasm the good news for the carolinas, most of the rain 85% is off the coast but would not want to be in charleston today if i had out door plans a hurricane in the pacific, that weakened since yesterday it is moving away and did not get -- had it got caught up in a flow we would have gotten need rain. cut off low over california and northern nevada yesterday is now in idaho and moving away skies. we will be dry with a progressive warming trend noticeable by early next week. lows, open the window 60's. 50s over night and highs tomorrow in the 80s peeking in the low 90's. over night. 65. refreshingly cool. i will editorialize. warm, sun tomorrow. dry and pleasant. and our seven day forecast, we
too close for comfort on monday at 99. delicious, delovely. >> reporter: really pretty nice. no triple digitos that so far. >> reporter: thank you, jerry. talk about phones samsung says they have a fix for the new galaxy note seven taken off the market because of the battery exploding. software update is available but to keep them from over heating. south korea gets the update first. it is unclear follow be made available in the u.s. >> maria: you can't avoid getting dust in your house in the desert. next, a health alert about a hidden danger in that dust. >> reporter: future arrives in pittsburgh. blue bell shows a way to get you around town that does not put
>> reporter: clinton and trump release more about their health. latest on the floosh floods drenching the southeast and the new imaging technique finding breast cancers that mammograms can't find over 20,000 nevadans rely on planned parenthood for access to basic h health services and critical cancer screenings.
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historic moment for u.s. congress. >> maria: african-american and woman sworn in as the librarian of congress. 64 year old karla hayden sworn in today supreme court chief just roberts she was the ceo of baltimore's library system. hayden says the opportunity to lead the library is significant. as a defendant of people who were once denied the right to read. th collection of 162 million items the largest in the world. >> reporter: health alert about the dust in your home. face it, there is nothing can you do to stop dust but george washington researchers say dust could have more harmful chemicals from products. covered chemicals from cleaning products to chemicals in flooring in the dust. the chemicals can be absorbed
to cancer. >> maria: california tonight becomes the first state to ban the breeding and holding of kill are whales. killer whales in captivity can stay but only used for educational presentations. sea world san diego announced it is ending the breeding program. sea world is phasing out kill are whale shoes. the whales at the park now will remain under sea world's care. >> reporter: the future arrived in self driving cars to get people around the city. >> maria: as you look at the cars you know it is not your average vehicle, right. four of the self driving uber cars are on the streets now. and there are two people sitting in front, one is behind the driver's seat in case the car gets stuck. >> hand's off monitoring. cars have been rung smoothly so
>> maria: around and in fact the contraption is a camera laze are as well. really high-tech in pittsburgh. uber hopes to one day replace most of its 1.5 million drivers with the self driving cars. >> reporter: wonder how the drivers feel about this. >> they are krugz. car karaoke. >> thank you we are one nation under god.
breaking news tonight -- health revelations, new details released late today about hillary clinton's pneumonia diagnosis. and our exclusive interview with tv's dr. oz, what donald trump told him about his own health. hack colin powell that include scathing takes on both trump and clinton. and a new warning to key democrats that their cybersecurity has been breached. tropical trouble, millions under flash flood alerts, a dangerous system lashing part of the country with heavy rains. road ready? we go for a ride in the first american city to get a self-driving fleet of cars. are they safe? and new cancer weapon, a less painful test that can be almost four times more effective than mammograms alone.