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>> a woman severely burned by hot grease, her surprising message to the brother and sister accused of that shocking crime. >> randy and amber take you inside this week's high school football action unlike anybody else. >> news3 starts right now. >> we look at the major traffic closure in just a moment but first breaking news that will one person is dead, after this accident near the trip. >> we don't know the cause for the crash, or speed or alcohol caused a the accident. we can tell you, tropicana is shut down both directions.
underway at this hour. you see the mark lights at that time 2:00 position. if this were a clock that is where the flashing lights would be. spaghetti bowl, workers closed the heavily used onramp. what should you do over the weekend as you try to avoid the backup? i'm reed cowan in for jim snyder. >> and i'm marie mortera. our live coverage. >> the i-15 southbound ramp, and just a pick at mlk. traffic is still slowing as usual. >> residents like kimberly are glad they got their grocery shopping done friday afternoon. >> yes i am. >> reporter: interior roads
bumper. >> traffic already backed up. >> preparation for another big project the following weekend. >> we are going to be demolishing that bridge that passes over symphony park drive. we are working as fast and as diligently as we can to bring the progress and improvements to >> alternative routes are necessary until sunday morning at 10:00 a.m. continue on northbound i-15 and turning around on d street. >> never go anywhere in a hurry. >> stay home. seriously, stay home. >> if you have to be in the area proceed with caution. >> yes, it's scary. you can get hit really easily. people just like to drive
everything. >> reporter: now back out here live, as you can see the heavy equipment out there and workers out there working away, again if you are looking forward to using the spaghetti bowl again it will be open at 10:00 a.m. on sunday morning. christy wilcox news3, send it back to you. >> thank you christy. another way you can avoid the traffic, join team for tips and tricks to navigate through the cone zone. >> woman who survived hot grease going down her throat. victim ended up disfigured from those burns. antonio castelan joins us. antonio.
the brother and sister who are accused of attack her are here. it's how valerie vision the last few months. last december outside the department near h street and owens. brother michael williams teamed to kill her. they poured a pot of boiling grease poured on her. >> i got a pot of grease poured on me, i died and came back. >> williams suffered third degree burns over 70% of her body.
oh, couldn't breathe. >> two months later police arrested brother and sister. since williams was not able to talk police couldn't filed a report until she recovered. williams says through it all, she forgives the people who her her. >> i got agood heart, and never able to talk. love people. >> williams tells us l h >> hard times we all go through. >> valerie williams says to this day she still lives in fear. reed and marie. >> her strength is unbelievable. antonio, thank you for that exclusive. breaking news, out of texas,
both officers responded to this call about a suicide, officers are shot after trying to talk to a supposed witness inside a backyard shed. it's not known if the shooter is alive or still in that shed after the officers returned fire. >> the man convicted of killing his singer fiancee could get out on parole after 20 years. the jury frostick, testimony revealed there were previous domestic violence incidents prior to the murder. the father testified that he
>> father and son look very alike. pierce says his parents met in new york in 1987, recently heard he was sick and here in las vegas. eeg ann said he talked to his father once when he was six years old and hopes he will hear them again. >> maybe, i would get a chance to find say that. >> pierce says he goes by the name eddie. >> recording and inducing their employees to leave the studio despite being under contract. the lawsuit asks for permanent injunction block netflix from
pennsylvania boy gives away a selfless gift on his birthday. reedy cooper says he gave away all his presents, on monday. spent the day collecting more gifts and handing them out. he didn't end the day empty handed, he got a dinner with his mom and dad after >> it looks like a fall day. >> fall day for last weekend of summer hmm? >> well, we're warming up for last weekend of fall which is a little backward, but let me tell you it would feel like fall, next week. in las vegas a quick look at the temperatures right now, a
winds are calm and will remain calm for the rest of the night. anthem at 72, mccarran 80 and boulder city upper 70s at the moment. 52 in pahrump, 68 for indian springs and we're looking at 77 for your current temperature in lake mead. we're not going to have a lot of action across southern nevada. moving into the pacific northwest is going the to wet our friends in washington, the drying trend will continue until sunday. put a light jacket on. temperatures in the 60s. it is going to be a cool and crisp night for mid 70s near lake mead and 66? for your
to our weather today. if you like this afternoon you'll like tomorrow too. in las vegas, nice temperatures low 80s in the morning, crystal blue skies and very calm conditions to start you off on your saturday. 95 by the end of the day, winds will continue up to about 10 miles an hour, overall, phenomenal day, wall to wall sunshine is expected and as we continue our way few days, warming trend, 98? for our projected high there. next week though is going to be a little bit more unsettled. a series of storms that will literally shake up our weather pattern. thunderstorms possible often tuesday, 20% come on! cooler and breezy weather that will follow. >> bring it on fall.
brand-new charter school in henderson. >> sports leadership and management academy of nevada or slam for short. this morning, near russell and stephanie was when it went down. i don't know that i could say slam the way pit bull would say it. the slam school helps to change up how school. >> this guy has a big heart for education and kids. he's done a lot of work for education not only here in southern nevada today but also in florida and elsewhere across the country and i think this is just one of many you will see. you can find more details about this school at news3lv.com. he stood in front of that microphone how he wanted to use his power, his influence to
former nfl players, former safety vernon fox and his crusaders, visited the silverado sky hawks. a juicy matchup, it is our game of the week, sponsored by papa john's. >> you don't want to lose on homecoming. no fears here. zone for the third time in the game, put silverado ahead for the third time. 30 yard score makes it a 16-point game. later, going to look deep again find his man over the middle, justin taylor he's going to go for 50 inside the 20. silverado makes the tackle get the win tonight.
cunningham skyhawks are there for the win. >> we ran a lot of blitzes and fake blitzes, best part of our game. if we didn't have guys to cover, this wouldn't have worked. we played but bend don't break. don't give up the touchdown. they might get a few yards but not the score. >> how about cimarron win, cimarron, adrian peterson, tyree reilly, crossed the line before. coughed it up, 21-17 spartans. then bush gets the two-point conversion for a one-point lead. devito's kick is off the mark.
year. northwest scores powered by legacy. 27-10 and foothill over palo verde by a touchdown. now amber. >> to las vegas high where the undefeated wildcats aimed to go 3-0. 1 and 1 centennial bulldogs. that out in las vegas lead 17-7, goes around then hamilton shakes turns on the jets and slides to the end zone. wildcats up 24-7 but the bulldogs would come to liefd. three minutes left in the game, hits an inside save, on scarver,
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[ cheering ] >> come on chill! >> all right, welcome back to the show. time to head to the aaa division. chad graves was making that trek up valley. lost the opener over at cedar utah. how about jaden perkins flying into the end zone from 14 yards out. then at 26-zip first half, western finally gets on the board joseph medley finally gets on the board but virgin valley
first quarter boulder city on the move. hand off to dylan vierra, cuts down the field, hand over the first 6, 7-1 lead. virgin valley has trouble, they call on the defense, preston kelly forces the fumble with the ball. 28 points for a 34-21 win, amber. >> the mojave rattlers took on moapa valley, trekked all the
links had other plans. senior running back derek matthews punches it in. kick would be good so lincoln county leads 7-zip. first quarter, agassi prep, tried to get something going. xavier unfortunately. that would not score with that. division 2a games, met owes get the win, 34-14 over lake mead. sticking it to laughlin 62-nothing. it's time for our final break. coming up who won the coveted selfie of the night.
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[ cheering ] >> welcome back. social media segment time. looking forward to this. >> making stars out of the fans in the stands. upload your selfies to burst, you can also use the group did, using hashtag spartan pride. i would say hashtag, cute baby there too. tossup for selfie of the night. amped up for the dual in the desert. >> time so say gcc.
hawaii. >> i know you've been practicing that name. bye. realtime closed captioning provided by u.s. captioning company [ cheers and applause ] ?? >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guest -- miley cyrus,