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has just been made on the future of an nfl stadium. you know what? we had our craig fiegener in there and he has a report for us. >> michelle: this is a big deal here. the biggest deal up to this point. let's see what craig found out. >> craig: members of labors local 872 are raiders fans. if not a football or the team exactly, they are certainly fans of the estimated 6,000 construction jobs that would be needed to build their proposed las vegas home. these are drawings of it. it's envisioned as stadium with a $1.9 billion price tag. to build enthusiasm, the union raiders wrapped this retired fire truck and held a tailgate outside the meeting on the stadium's future. >> excalibur, luxor those were $400 million jobs. this is a $1.9 billion job. >> reporter: the southern nevada tourism and structure committee is considering a plan to raise the
.88 percent. over 30 years it would raise $750 million. predictably the union is pro stadium. >> what's going to happen if we don't build it. we keep calling ourselves the entertainment capital of the world. >> craig: during the meeting lawmakers are getting an earful from critics. say some taxpayer dollars shouldn't be committed to the benefit of a private company even if that business will bring an nfl team to in the room just behind me the meeting concluding. we've heard some applause. what is next in this plan that is the recommendation for the 750 to be contributed, that goes the governor. so the governor will have the final sign off. once that happens it seems to
negotiation between the state and local with the nfl and with the team to come to las vegas. remember it would be the team owner davis who would be contributing half a million dollars in money in addition to what is being recommended from the tourism tax. $750 million all of it going toward the construction costs of this stadium. i'm craig fiegener reporting live, news 3. >> krystal: new at noon. help to find a man suspected in at least seven robberies across the valley. the most recent happened this month in the 1100 block of south rainbow. police say the suspect is described as a hispanic male between 40-45. he was last seen wearing a long sleeve shirt with a tie, black slacks and sunglasses. anyone with information -- there he is right there -- take a good look at him -- you are asked to call crime stoppers. that number 702-385-5555. >> michelle: metro police are
the dangers of drunk driving. they do this every year. they set up a dui crash scene. this time outside of palo verde high school. this was earlier this morning. it's part of their every 15 minutes program which encouraging new drivers to think about personal safety when alcohol is involved. so they set up this mock crash with injured people, dead people. of course all of these are actors. and they let k looks like when 911 emergency personnel has to literally use the jaws of life to get these kids out. the program is based on the 1980s stats that every 15 minutes somebody was killed in an alcohol related incident. >> krystal: a clark county teacher assistant expected to take a plea deal. he says he will waive his preliminary hearing and plead guilty to avoid jail time. he was arrested in june after a
who had autism. his attorney says even the guilty plea coming balcazar maintains his innocence. >> if the district court judge is unwilling to give him probation he will be able to withdraw the plea and proceed to trial. >> krystal: he is due back in court on monday. it is then that he will learn if his request for probation is approved. >> michelle: let's take a quick break from news and talk down this morning. >> krystal: nice. >> kelly: it sure was. lows in the 60s this morning. temperatures in the 80s right now. let's take a time-lapse look at what we've seen this morning. las vegas valley day school camera where we are looking at beautiful blue skies. just a nice light breeze. temperatures. 85 degrees at kay karl. winds light at four miles per hour. wright elementary school, 82 degrees. that's your current temperature.
afternoon, 90. that's our expected high today. that's warmer than yesterday but still below normal. as you are getting home at 6:00, 88, 82 at 9:00. we'll let you know how cool it is going to be tomorrow morning. that's coming up. >> michelle: two federal agents who investigated cliven bundy's ranch here in nevada will take the stand. and this is in the case against his two sons. wildlife refuge standoff -- that wildlife refuge standoff trial happening right now in both ryan and ammon bundy picture aid long with five others face several charges connected to the standoff. it happened in january. the sheriff who lives by the refuge took the stand yesterday saying the bundys warned that armed citizens would invade. the sheriff also told the jury that ammon bundy never physically threatened him. >> krystal: a new discovery this morning. the zika virus can be detected in a patient's eyes. chinese researchers swabbed
cases of zika. the virus was detectable in the fluid within the first five days after symptoms began. experts say the shorter duration means it's unlikely that eye swabs will be used to confirm a zika diagnosis but it suggest the virus could be transmitted through this fluid. so, obviously, they're learning something from this. >> michelle: you could get it possibly by sharing makeup with somebody who has it or an eye drop. >> krystal: if that's what they're saying. possibility of getting it through other means. a man accused of setting a florida mosque on fire on the evening of this year's 9/11 anniversary was in court this morning facing a judge. >> michelle: officials say joseph schriber has made several anti-islamic statements on social media and instead of -- an on this incident. also talking about arson. you know, he could get charged with a hate crime because of this.
>> reporter: a judge denied bond for 32-year-old joseph schriber. schriber appeared before the judge this morning facing arson charges with what's called a hate crime enhancement. the judge refred to seven pages of prior criminal history and called him a flight risk. he also talked about anti-islamic facebook posts on schrib he says he did not want to take a chance releasing him into the community. >> there is no condition of release that can reasonably protect the community from the risk of physical harm. >> reporter: this stems from that fire that ripped through the islamic center of fort pierce sunday night. investigators say schriber is the man seen on surveillance video running away seconds before flames tore through that building. schriber is facing 30 years up to life in prison because of his
prison release re-offender. he could also still face federal charges in this case. in fort pierce for nbc news, i'm stephanie susskind. >> krystal: there's a drug problem not for people but for pets. >> michelle: why the owner of a dog, um, a dog store maz to deal with pets eating heroin. >> krystal: plus a car bursts into flames. look at that. the owner getting out just in what the owner says caused this car to catch fire. >> michelle: rebuilding together. hdtv's hit series brother versus brother, you know, property brothers is what we're talking about here. they're teaming one the boys and girls club of southern nevada. we're going tell you about the special project. that's coming up at 12:30. news 3 three live at noon will
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, 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. background checks save lives.
out? >> reporter: this is the spot where an officer was assaulted. i want to show you quickly before that tow truck leaves that that's the bike that a metro police officer was trying to pull over. the officer pulled the person who was on the bike over and some sort of altercation happened. the metro police officer was pushed and his motor bike was toppled over. that's when a foot pursuit happened in this the suspect about a minute later was caught. that suspect was just taken to metro police headquarters to be interviewed. why that suspect decided to get in to it with a metro police officer? that is not clear. but we're being told that the officer is going to be okay. right over here. we see that the suspect though left his shoes right down here. we don't know how that happened. we are still trying to get those
again, metro police officer was involved in some sort of fight here right at this spot. the man is now in custody. and that metro police officer is going to be okay. reporting live near desert inn, antonio castelan, news 3. >> michelle: from that to this. look at this. oh my goodness. it's amazing the person driving that car got out just in time. a florida driver says a samsung phone is what caused this fire. the driver of that hyundai says that he was charging his samsung galaxy phone on the passenger seat when it burst into flames them 65-year-old man says he heard it pop then the fire started. he was able to get out but you can see how quickly that car went up in flames. officials are still looking into it but the driver says it's the phone's fault. and this is not the first time this has happened. thoses are very dangerous when they're charging. they won't let them on planes, subways, trains, because of this
>> krystal: and there was a man who said his jeep caught fire. >> michelle: if you have a samsung seven be careful when you are charging it. the family of sandra bland, she is the woman who was found dead in a texas jail not too long after she was pulled over by police. well her family has reached a settlement in this wrongful-death lawsuit that's been going on. >> krystal: the family's attorney says the sheriff's department -- this is video of what happened and it really cause add lot of controversy as to w pulled over and what happened after when she was ultimately found dead in the valley cell. the county sheriff department will pay $1.9 million. this is part of that settlement. it also includes changes to jail procedures and a new installment of automated sensors to assure accurate and timely cell checks. sandra bland, just to rewind, as we mentioned, was arrested during a traffic stop in 2015
identified a 13-year-old boy shot and killed by police last night. officials say tyrie king had pulled something from his waistband that turned out to be a bb gun. police were looking for him to question him in connection to an armed robbery. according to police the officer is a nine year veteran of the force. no other officers were injured but the shooting and the robbery, both under investigation. >> michelle: a colorado man is behind bars after he was caught throwing across a fence into a doggie daycare yard. and the incident was caught on camera. one of the dogs is caught eating that full bag of heroin. you see that happening there. my goodness. moments later, an employee comes out, starts picking up the bags. pet owners are outraged about this incident. some of them are taking their dogs to the vet just to have them checked out. the owner of the bark n play says this problem unfortunately
we find everything around here. and it's getting to the point to where i can't let my employees go outside. >> michelle: wow. colorado police say the man threw the heroin bags across the fence after he was spotted selling drugs by a group of police officers. that person we're happy to report is in police custody. >> krystal: new at noon, donald trump releases a letter from his doctor concerning his medical history. his doctor says the republican presidential candidate takes a drug for lowering his overweight. outside of that, his doctor says he is in excellent physical condition. trump appeared on dr. oz to show the results of a recent physical. dr. oz was on the "today show" this morning to talk about those results. here is what he had to say. >> the records that i got without question indicate he is healthy enough to be president. if i as a doctor had a patient like him i would think he is in good health for a man of his age and i would send him on his way. i think that is reflective of
>> krystal: that episode of dr. oz with trump appears today. it will be airing, i should say, today. these medical records come a day after clinton released hers. >> michelle: let's get a check of weather now. it's so nice and lovely outside. it's just beautiful. >> kelly: it really is. it was a beautiful day yesterday too. and more of that expected as we head into the weekend. how about that for the last weekend of summer right? here's a look outside of the las vegas spr camera. beautiful blue skies out there for us. we started out the morning in the 60s. summerlin now coming in at 85 degrees. downtown you are at 87. anthem coming in at 80 right now. and aliante you are at 84. fantastic day to maybe have lunch outside. dining alfresco. maybe even this evening looking good for that. winds not an issue today. three to eight miles per hour, that's about it. we have beautiful blue skies. not just for us but across much
us wind. it's still moving off to the north and east affecting parts of montana and wyoming. still active weather in parts of far eastern arizona into new mexico. some thunderstorms there. we could see active weather as we get into next week. the quiet weather pattern we're in now going to last through the weekend. speaking of active weather. this is tropical depression julia moving out to sea. good news. all that's left, a couple of little showers and thunderstorms right there along the coast. less than an inch of rain done with. it's expected to wobble in this area for the next couple days. maybe some coastal thunderstorms. but that's about it. the worst of it is over for them. what are we expecting for the rest of the day? 90 degrees. that's our expected high. lots of sunshine. winds north northeast about three to eight miles per hour. tonight clear skies, 69 degrees. that's our low. another cool night. nice crisp morning if you are heading out to walk the dog or go for a morning jog.
week into the weekend. temperatures slowly increasing. mid-90s for the weekend. that's actually normal for this time of year with overnight lows in the low 70s. as we get into next week, another disturbance is going to start making its way through. it's definitely been awhile but we've got a chance for rain monday night into tuesday. >> michelle: a scary situation turns into an incredible rescue in north carolina. and it was all caught on tape. >> krystal: some officers and good samaritans teaming up to rescue a man trapped inside a story. >> reporter: the moment of rescue. for the first time body camera video showing residents and officers first on the scene minutes before firefighters or ems arrive, all trying to rescue a man pinned in his burning truck. officers a.c. sawyers. >> that moment, you know, complete strangers. i just treated him like he is my
suppress the fire. >> reporter: tried get the fire out. passers-by like chris owens stopped to help. >> seen a guy stuck in a vehicle and just went and tried to help them out. put the fire out and trying to pry open the door. it was stuck. >> reporter: the man behind the wheel, terry, was pinned in after officers say the school bus driven by driver john hit him head on causing his truck to be wedged under the bus. >> any spinal injury to see if i could push him out the window but he was too trapped in. >> reporter: . >> after a few minutes. >> i didn't know if we was going to be able to get him out. >> reporter: firefighters arriveed. >> sirens never showed so sweet when fire showed up. >> reporter: the officers efforts to keep the fire down may have saved mccarney's life. everyday heroes behind the badge. >> this is something we do every day. it just happened to be
day. >> krystal: that video is heart stopping when you see that. >> michelle: i mean, our local ems and firefighters, they do this every day, multiple times. >> krystal: and even good samaritans jumping in to help. >> michelle: a series of robberies plaguing one community. but the suspect behind the crimes is not who you think. we're going tell you who is behind this string of road wo twenty five thousand jobs. that's how
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>> krystal: suicide squad, the film may be pan bid is getting her own spinoff. margot robbie who played harlequin says she has signed with warner brothers for a film starring the joker's love interest. she will serve as the film's executive producer. no other details about the film have been made. harlequin was considered the best character from what some say in suicide squad. >> michelle: a neighborhood in washington state being targeted
little different from what you may typically think. that's because it's a cat. her name is dory. also known as the bad kitty bandit. neighbors say they don't know what to do with her. so this is her routine. she waits during the day, prowls at night. then she strikes! so dory apparently has collected quite a little stash. she steals socks, a pair of shoes. she has picked up a few children's toys along the way. look for their missing items so the owner of dory, she's got a orange bucket where she normally hides all of this stuff. this is crazy. . >> michelle: dory brings it back to the house and the owner puts knit the bucket and neighbors come by and claim their items. i remember a couple of years ago there was a bandit cat in a neighborhood and it would go out at night and steal stuff and they caught it on infrared camera. >> krystal: so funny. that's a great story.
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>> michelle: right now on "news 3 live at 12:30," a local man convicted of killing his
fiancee. now he's waiting to hear how long he will be spending behind bars. we have a live report from inside the courtroom coming up in moments. >> krystal: you just won't be able to get enough of this story. it's an exciting reunion. two orphans who were just
how this happy meeting was the result of an amazing community working together. >> michelle: and rebuilding together. we're going tell what you the host of hdtv's hit show brother versus brother has planned for boys and girls club of southern nevada coming up >> announcer: news 3 starts right now. >> michelle: all right we begin with breaking news. thank you for joining us everyone. ais of an nfl stadium here in las vegas. this is a big step forward. >> krystal: it certainly is. we already got a hockey team so we could be having a football team behind this. our craig fiegener live at unlv. the meeting just wrapping up. a decision was made. what do we know? >> craig: this meeting just ended within the past several minutes. the tourism and infrastructure committee has voted to recommend, yes, an increase in