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it's one of those calls officers hope to never get, a missing child possibly kidnapped from their neighborhood. >> today, local law enforcement and the - training for that scenario. denise rosch has more. >> reporter: the exercise is meant to feel as real as possible. so the officers involved have no idea where the evidence will lead of all they are told is that a 14-year-old girl has gone missing here in boulder city. it's. >> it's a shameful world when kids go missing. >> reporter: this grandmother knows losing her ziek would be unimaginable.
child abduction. >> i think it's great. >> reporter: just another reminder to hold on to everything tighter. a 14-year-old girl snatched from her boulder city neighborhood. a worried father out at the scene. an 18-year-old boyfriend -- >> there are problems at school. she's been bullied. >> questioned at a command post. >> it shows the seriousness that la regardless of the frequency of the event, you always want to be prepared. >> reporter: he says as many as 17 different agencies are participating in this drill. building stronger partnerships. problems thrown at investigators coming from actual cases. >> things that we may not necessarily have been prepared for in the past we are for now. >> reporter: tim shay is still settling in as police chief. >> i don't think one can thing
heinous than stealing one's child. >> in this drill, that's exactly what happened, evidence leading to this tidy house on a quiet street. the teen found unharmed after being kidnapped by a stranger. it is, after all, only a training exercise. and the chief says he would like to keep it that way. >> it's a nice, safe town. i'm very happy to be here. >> reporter: denise rosch, news 3. an is out of the hospital a day after being attacked by a man with a meat cleaver. [ applause ] >> that's bribe o'-- brian o'donnell being cheered. police say he was slashed in the face by a 32-year-old man on thursday. according to police, the officer was walking up to penn station and saw the suspect running from police. so he tackled him. that's when he was slashed with
three officers fired at him hitting him several times and this is the suspect just minutes before that attack. it shows the 32-year-old trying to take off a boot that was put on his car. you can see he appears frustrated as he tries to remove it with tools and then he even tries to stomp on to get it off his wheel. he's current listed in critical but stable condition. the fiance of bobbby christina is being death. bobbi died after being found unresponsive in a bathtub. her estate is seeking at least $10,000 in damages from her boyfriend, nick gordon. gordon didn't show up to court. so the court ruled the motion is unopposed. gordon has been found in contempt of that order and judgment by default was rendered against gordon.
birther controversy started, now donald trump is saying for the first time that president obama was born in the united states. it's something trump had been denying for years. >> reporter: president obama has been the president for nearly eight years but friday his birthplace, once again, dominating a presidential campaign trail. this time with one of the country's most prominent so-called birthers, republican nominee, donald tmp obama was, in fact, born here. >> president barack obama was born in the united states, period. >> reporter: it's a far cry from the conspiracy theory trump has been pedaling for years. >> why doesn't he show his birth certificate? i thought he was probably born in the country and now i have a much bigger doubt. he gave a birth certificate. whether or not that was a real certificate because a lot of people question it.
>> reporter: earlier, hillary clinton blasted her opponent. >> his campaign was founded on this outrageous lie. there's no erasing it in history. >> reporter: trump, meanwhile, trying to place the birther blame on her. >> hillary clinton and her campaign of 2008 started the birther controversy. i finished it. >> reporter: factcheck.says that's not true. saying hillary clinton may have stoked questions about his identity but never herself questioned his birth certificate. the president seems over it. >> i was pretty confident about where i was born. i think most people were as well. >> reporter: dianne gallagher, news 3. >> gary johnson and jill stein will not be able to participate in the first upcoming presidential debate. the two did not get the needed 15% polling threshold in order
september 26th experience. this also means their running mates will not be in the vice president's debate. our mission is to connect the presidential candidates to you, to better inform and empower and we've reached out to the candidates to participate in extended interviews not just with news 3 but with our sister stations across the country. we want to hear from you. tell us what you want to know from the candidates. what issues are relevant? what would you ask donald trump and hillary clinton? share your us. we want to give you a voice in this historic and important race. the controversial governor of-mile-an-hour has sworn off the media. it was a public outburst directed at a critic of his policies and accusations of racism that drew national attention and calls for him to resign. >> i want you to prove that i'm a racist. i have spent my life helping black people and you little son of a [bleep] >> whoa.
embroiled in controversy stemming from his dislike from the press. his supporters think he's a straight-shooter in part because of his aggressive effort to reform the welfare state. >> people hated me. when i was conforming welfare. i would get letters saying you are right. now i'm t i'm self-reliant. we're productive. >> this sunday on "full measure" the governor talks about how he's reduced welfare enrollment. a fair chance at college. >> why dozens of universities are giving criminals a shot at a chance at an education. and we have "operation football" and the rebel will
admission practices which do not immediately disqualify applicants because of records. they are making internships and job training available. folks waiting at the apple store in aloe -- palo alto got a treat when they went inside today. [ cheers ] >> tim cook was there to greet customers as they walked on in. was there to launch of the latest iphone. cook stood outside of the store greeting customers and taking selfies with a lot of fans. likely stores around the country saw long lines. many analysts believe sales of the handset will be slower than in years past. this is the first year i thought, i can wait for a while. >> they probably don't have a lot of phones to tell. a lot of them are sold out. time to see what's coming up
>> a brazen thief breaks through the ceiling tiles of a community center and breaks into a cash register. why his take wasn't worth so much after all. a pair of hip-hop artists are trying to rap the vote and get young people registered for the election. those stories and breaking news as it happens tonight at 7:00. it's friday. we made it. congratulations. we're kicking off the weekend with a tailgate party. news 3 is your weather authority. chloe beardsley hollywood and owens. good people, good fun. a lot of fun out there. >> reporter: oh, yes, excellent people, reed and marie. it's so -- it's so much fun. we're playing volleyball and football out here. look, that guy even caught that football, almost ran into the playset. we're having a great time. calm conditions. barely a breath of wind outside.
about out here. this is really coal. they have a setup of some of the deer. he kind of feel like steve irwin. there is a tortoise that the family takes care of that lives in that hole. its name is et. we'll show you some of the babies coming up. first, we'll lack at -- we'll look at the weather. a beautiful night in the valley. we're looking at some temperatures outside in your neighborhood. it's still looking pretty good out there. and it's gonna be great tonight for a football game. plans this evening, we've got some cooperative weather. temperatures will remain in the 80s through 9:00 tonight. 7:00, kickoff, in the upper 80s. light winds will continue. we'll see the clear skies for the next couple of days. looking at the satellite, we don't have a lot of action on the west coast. that's how we look it for the weekend. overnight tonight in las vegas, the temperatures will be similar compared to yesterday. lows, again, in the 60s across the valley. regionally, we're looking at
40 on the mouth. mid-70s for lake mead overnight tonight and taking a look at the afternoon temperatures, it will be very similar compared to today. if you liked the weather today, you will like it tomorrow. a lot of sunshine is expected in las vegas. we're looking at a high near 90 in the afternoon. near normal conditions for this time of year. as we look ahead to the rest of the weekend, the warming trend will continue all the way through sunday and then after that, a bit of a shakeup in our weather pattern as we get into the early partf thunderstorms. gusty winds are expected as a series of storms pass through and a little bit of a dip in temperatures. also that chance of thunderstorms. look out for that. maybe not wash your car just yet. as we come back out here, i'm with the family. you can see james and his wife frankie and who are these guys? >> we haven't really named them yet but we had turtles wander into the property years ago and
continually had babies. this is a couple from the last litter. >> reporter: i'm wondering what don't you have in your backyard. you have the coolest setup, not only some wildlife. you said you guys developed your backyard over the last few years. you had some homes that were built behind you guys but before that, you said there was a lot of wildlife around here. coyotes? >> open desert. sunrise mountain with coyotes. rabbits. i have a cottontail the backyard and we have ground squirrels that live back there, too. it's like a sanctuary. >> reporter: so token has a lot of company? >> he has company. >> that's awesome. we'll have another presue -- preview of more of their aspects. more of that coming up later on at 7:00. until then, we'll wave goodbye to the viewers and send it back
the studio. >> i just hope my kids aren't watching. i want one. >> and jerseys. we don't have the jerseys back here. >> and the barbecue. all right. it's friday. and that means football is a big night in the valley. the rebel team is on the road tomorrow. >> yeah. there is a lot of football this weekend. it starts with "operation football." rebels are getting ready to take on central michigan. it's a noon kickoff right here in las vegas. what record, they beat oklahoma state last saturday on the road. if you are wondering how they improved to 2-0, watch this ending. they had one chance to leave it. throws it 42 yards downfield. he grabs it, back to malik fountain.
they stay unbeaten. unbelievable finish. coach tony sanchez, knows it will be a tough atmosphere, especially playing against the team from the mac conference. >> they always do a good job building programs and knocking off opponents. they are just consistent. we want to be consistent competitors. we don't want to be too high, too low. we want to see consistent progression as we learn to win and compete. i believe we'll do that. so facing a touchdown favorites. it should be a rainy day. it's exciting. >> that kickoff is set for noon. it will be supremed on espn 3 if you want to check it out. it's friday. time to talk "operation football" week 4. amber is joining us. what's the atmosphere out there at the home of the dragons,
perhaps it's the calm before the dragon storm. this is their second home game of the season. they are coming off a tough loss, 30 points at durango. looking to turn it around, picking up a pin here tonight and that might not be too hard. they are taking on rancho, 0-2. that kind of point differential, unlikely you will see that in that's faith lutheran at silverado. each team lead by a former nfl player. you have vernon and randall cunningham. his skyhawks are undefeated while the crusaders are 1-1. but both of those teams were tough out of state opponents. just one part of that the
tremendous blessing just to see the progress and the things that have happened, you know, in the last few years. we've experienced a relative good amount of success. but i attribute that to the coaches, how hard the kids work and overall we've been blessed. >> we got a couple of guys within our team that really have, you know, gotten recognized the last few years. but christian marshall, you know, was an all-state running back and, you know, preseason all city here for the las vegas on the opposite side of the ball. >> reporter: you can catch the highlights at 11:00 on "operation football." and boulder city plays at valley. centennial visits las vegas. western is at virgin valley. and mojave goes to moapa valley. they are about to play the national anthem. >> i'm looking forward to the
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the ramp from u.s. 95 to the i-15 south will shut down. it all kicks off tonight. >> we'll be live tonight at 11:00 as that ramp will be shut down by then. we'll also be sure to keep you updated on any developments in the closure and certainly if it opens up earlier than planned on sunday morning. food, food. i see food. [laughter] >> a lot of events happening around town to for authentic foods. >> can i get a box like that big? [laughter] >> we're talking about the annual greek food festival that kicked off tad. it's filled with delicious vendors bringing their best dishes right to you. there's also live entertainment and a play area for the kids. >> the greek food festival supports the greek baptist church near hacienda and jones. it runs until sunday morning.
community, people coming together. let's talk about the other one on the other side of the valley at craig ranch park in north las vegas. you are really taken care of valley-wide. want to talk about supporting our local events. >> no
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spaghetti bowl which will close in not too many hours and through the weekend. how people will cope with the extra traffic. and a bold thief breaks into a community center and cash register. why his take is not as valuable as he thought. a metro police officer ends up in the hospital after a night patrolling and protecting our community. i'ed ended the motorcycle officer early this morning. it's our top story tonight as news 3's antonio castelan explains, police say the suspect was under the influence of drugs. >> metro police say they are breathing a sigh of relief. we're told the metro motorcycle officer is now out of the hospital. the man accused of striking that officer is now facing serious charges. 19-year-old david williams is