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thursday morning. >> thursday aka friday eve, we're already sliding into the weekend, we want to check what's going on with the weather as you walk out the door. >> today we are still expecting temperatures to be a little bit be winds, chilly out there right now. if you're heading out the door, you want to grab a jacket. 86 by noon. another day for dining el fresco. >> a man is in critical condition after crashing into a car and desert inn.
cycle. the rider was speeding when he crashed into two cars and thrown off the trike into the road. police say the man was not impaired and was wearing a motorcycle helmet. the driver did stay at the scene. >> police say the victims have serious head and skull injuries. the lanes were shutdown for several hours wednesday night as police investigated that scene. >> the ctt vote on a proposal that could bring the raiders to las vegas. if it passes that plan will go up to the governor sandoval's desk. it would be funded by the county's hotel room task. developers says the plan needs to move quickly. >> timing is important for the
time to get approval from the nfl to move the team here. >> 4:31 on this thursday morning. now we know more about donald trump and hillary clinton's medical history. >> her low cholesterol and medication for blood clots, clinton's doctor adds that she's fit to serve and in excellent medical condition. >> do you think hillary would be able to stand up here for an hour and do this? >> i don't think so. >> donald trump gave tv host dr. oz a peek at his medical
but for the most part healthy. >> i feel as good today as i did when i was 30. >> we're going to cut taxes across the board for working families, small businesses and family farms. >> tracy potts, nbc news, washington. >> rm foer president bill clinton stopped in las vegas to stomp for his wife on he responded to angry republicans who say hillary should have disclosed her medical condition sooner before she nearly collapsed outside of that event. >> it is crazy time when people think there's something unusual about getting the flu. last time i checked millions were getting it every year. >> he said flu, but hillary was
misspeak about that. >> the fact that sometimes clinton has had some missteps along the way as they both have. >> workers at the environmental protection agency finished cleaning a home that had elevated levels of mercury. levels inside are now safe. a student that attends johnson lives the, when or if the family will move back in. the johnson junior high school opened yesterday, reopened, i'm sorry, tuesday, six days after mercury was found on the campus forcing a lockdown, officials say they found about a quarter cup of mercury, but they still don't know where it came from. >> a local pest control professional says the bed bug problem might not be over.
it shutdown after reports of people being bitten by bed bugs and then 24 hours later opened the doors again. nevada health officials have reinspected and it has given the silver nugget the go ahead to reopen those stores. they sent news 3 with a statement saying officials are aware they to deal with this pest problem and they have to put in place a management plan and health district officials ar this happen. we spoke to the president of nevada pest management, and he said these pests can stick around, he says it is oftentimes that it takes more than one application to actually get rid of them. >> is it possible to get rid of them in 24 hours, yes? >> it is unlikely that you're going to do. >> you would need to do service and the gestational period is 21
reinspection after 21 days. the restaurant was inspected and reopened. he says if you symptom a bed bug problem, it is best to call a professional company to come in to get rid of them. >> at 4:36, something to make you smile on this thursday. this little puppy here enjoying a second chance at life. thanks to henderson firefighters, they rescued the pop from a wednesday morning. when firefighters arrived they found a pit bull by the front door. they pulled the 100 pound animal to safety and resuscitated him with a special pet oxygen mask. he was taken for an examination, but i'm sure that dog is very happy to be alive. so happy to see that. >> the reason for the photo
>> people in washington state, in one neighborhood there, that is, started noticing things disappearing. you won't believe who they found to be the i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. he's not a war hero, he's a war hero because he was captured. i like people that weren't captured ok. donald trump
compared his sacrifices to the sacrifices of two parents who lost their son in war. how would you answer that father? what sacrifice have you made for your country? i think i've made a lot of sacrifices, built great structures. i've had tremendous success, i think...
windows. other areas that have flooding issues prompting the city to remain on an emergency footing. >> michelle. >> tropical storm julia continues to drench coastal cities in the southeast, including charleston. julia formed late tuesday and is now making its way through the low country of south carolina. residents can expect two of four inches of rain through some get up to six inches of rain. >> busy roads closed throughout town and hundreds are without power right now. this is a big mess for those people. it is expected to weaken to a tropical depression. >> okay. >> well, they are really getting hammered over there. speaking of weather. we really don't have a whole lot to complain about these days, do we? >> no, we don't. let's get over to kelly and talk about the beautiful temperatures we saw yesterday.
86, that was our high yesterday. a lot of sunshine and nice light wind as well. >> quite a few cars on the road yesterday. it looks like a lot of people took advantage of the nice weather to get out and go for a hike. this morning, here is the temperatures we're seeing. summerlin 65 degrees. sunrise coming in at 66. temperatures a couple of degrees warmer than what we saw yesterday at this time. you'll definitely feel it when you walk out side. a light jacket or a sweater. temperatures are expected to turn to the 90s this afternoon. now winds, again, not an issue for us today. quiet weather, that's what's in control in our area. nice high dry weather. that disturbance that brought us the wind is continuing to track its way off to the east. montana and the dakotas seeing that action. 90 degrees, that's the expected
lots of sunshine, nice light winds out of the north, northeast. tonight 69 though. upper 60s for lows. our 7-day forecast temperatures continuing to warm. mid 90s for the weekend. that's normal for this time of year. next week, we're watching disturbance now that could bring us some showers. maybe even a few thunderstorms monday night into tuesday. that's something we'll watch very closely. >> we appreciate that, ke in columbus, ohio, police are investigating after officers shot and killed a 13-year-old. police say a group of individuals tried to rob a man. they saw three man matching the description and tried to talk to them. two of the men ran away and officers followed them to an alley, when officers tried to
the officer who fired the shots was a nine-year-old veteran. the officers involved did receive mandated psychological counsel, no other officers were injured. >> florida police have made an arrest. they believe they found the man who was seen in that surveillance video running away after the fire started. the led to this suspect. 33-year-old michael schreiber. he's known to law enforcement and has a history of robbery with a firearm. in addition to the felony arson charge, they plan to apply the hate crime offense, which moves it to a first degree offense.
wells fargo over fake accounts opened by bank employees. do you remember that? it is not clear in the investigation will lead to charges. the bank was hit with a $185 million fine for creating more than two million fake accounts. wells fargo says it fired 5300 people in the past few years for improper sales tactics. the scandal raising questions abou t that they think might have led to these employees opening these accounts. >> the iphone 7 hits stores tomorrow and people in some parts of the world are already in line to get their hands on one. early birds in tokyo and sidney are lining up. some of them have tents there. a line has also form outside of a store in tokyo. people obviously are going to be
some waited in line and said they are looking forward to iphone 7's new features. apple unveiled the iphone 7 with a high resolution camera, but no headphone jack at it's annual launch event this week. >> you probably heard the term cat burglar. people have been losing things for about a month. trying to figure out what in the world is going in. they realize that was the culprit, the cat, he's a little thief. known as the bad kitty bandit. watch and wait during the day and prowl at night. the items she brings end up in an orange bucket. neighbors say they have got used to checking that bucket. that's her hide away. a couple of bear cubs have become quite the attraction in vermont, dozens stopped to
some are worried that the mama bear might be too close by. police have concerns and ask the crowd to disperse giving the cub some room. they did climb down and closer to where they belong. the fish and wildlife department has gotten reports about encounters between the humans and the states. this is the time of year -- look how cute they are -- prepare for winter. so they are on the prowl looking for some delicious. >> hungry, i need to get fed. >> that's a good excuse for them because they hibernate. >> i don't know what our excuse is. >> i just want to eat. >> here is a look at what's coming up on today. >> coming up on today, dr. oz will be here live with an exclusive look at what donald trump revealed to him about his health.
hillary clinton's campaign as well. >> new concerns over airport security. why are so many dogs used to sniff out explosives failing critical tests. those stories, and what happened when i got to serve as a guest judge on project runway. >> she has her hair up high ponytail she chic when she was a guest judge on that show. >> she did look cute. >> two friends who were best friends in china were separated for almost a year. they are head overheels know. >> reporter: talk about falling for each other, this is an airport reunion between two besties separated for almost a
>> so happy. >> they had to hug like 400 times. they kept hugging and so giddy that they fell over. >> she used to be called da da and swa swai. >> they had each other. >> the family leading da da behind. so they posted dawson's picture on facebook seeking a forever home. another couple saw it and adopted dawson. >> 11 months after hannah arrived at dallas-fort worth airport, the best friends reunited and went viral. >> once again, they are sharing a cup of water and rolling
dmrish. >> already the two are a hit on morning tv. >> rolling on the couch right now. >> the families live just a few minutes apart and both attend the same baptist church. are you following jesus this close reads the clary's bumper sticker. and how close are these kids arranged marriage. moms are hugging and the kids are hugging. cnn, new york. >> what are the odds they ended up five minutes away from each other. such a great story.
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump says he alone can fix the problems we faface. well i don't believe that's how you get things done in our country. it takes democrats and republicans working together. that's how we got health care for 8 million kids. and got the treaty cutting russia's nuclear arms. we've got to bring people together. that's how you solve problems and that's what
traditional head wear. >> the head scar of that you see them wearing is sometimes criticized as a symbol of oppression, but the teen says she chooses to wear it and was baffled that there wasn't any emoji representing women like her. she pitched the idea to a nonprofit corporation that reviews and develops new emojis and this 15-year-old got an immediate reply and now reddit's co-founders is backing her idea. so that will be an emoji that we might see very soon. people in china get a huge surprise when this happens. >> it goes right over her car almost. >> a woman with a stroller. it is a motorcycle. i thought she had a stroller. this does look like a movie.
it happened wednesday. amateur video show that half deflated moon rolling over everything in its path. it spiced up the mid-autumn festival. the typhoon may keep some people from seeing the moon in the sky. so some cities are putting up their own so that people can celebrate the traditional festival. they admire moons and eat moon cakes. >> let's take a look at what's happening here, bringing it close to home. >> kelly. >> grab a sweater as you're heading out the door.
today. 58 degrees right now. boulder city coming in at 67 degrees. 66 at griffith elementary school. calm winds out there as well. it is quite nice outside. temperatures are expected to top out around 90. we're going to talk about what we're expecting for the rest of the week and the chance for rain in the forecast for the next hour. >> good samaritans rescue a man from his we'll let you know how this crash happened and more on this rescue. >> how she became an inspiration
people are saying. this restaurant reopening after bed bugs were discovered in one of those booths. >> caught on camera, see the dramatic video of a police officer. and several good samaritans helping to save a man from a burning car. wow. the video straight ahead. >> yes, what we like to say around here. it is thursday september 15th. we're happy to have you on board as we get going this morning. crystal and i are still filling in for the rest of the week as the wagners are on vacation. >> that's right. we are happy to wake up with you. we have the whole team on board. we have traffic and weather. we do it every ten minutes.