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right now on news 3 live today breaking news police investigating a homicide that left one man dead here in the valley. where it happened at what leads please have so far. unintentional act that was the mayo to the hospital will take you there. brake lights that's what you're going to see on the interstate today is a billion-dollar construction project begins. news 3 live today starts right now. live from las vegas this is news 3 live today. thank you for joining us take a live look at the las vegas valley on what's going to be a warm sunday in september. jerry, is a beautiful looking
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warm hot whatever it's going to be warmer than yesterday. we were in the mid-90s. today we talked about the upper 90s we do have a legitimate chance of hitting 100 degrees possible last time this year. see our skies are brightening. 6:26 am the sunrise. currently delightful. 65 degrees downtown las vegas studios. 30.0ch side also far east side 65 degrees. the warmer out on the west buffalo lake mead elizabeth and 70. skies are clear nothing out here but i want you to notice down to the south some clouds are building going to talk about that in my main weather but you can see our skies are looking really nice today. plan your day centennial midmorning 96 by midafternoon hit the high of about 99 and
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whatever you want to call it one. the big change i for the work week. some of them you going to like. back to the breaking news overnight police investigating a homicide in north las vegas that left one man dead. happened on 12:40 am 300 block of east wright avenue.police responded to a call when they found a 90-year-old man suffering from a gunshot wound rush to umc he later died. police say it was not a pickup truck may be involved in the shooting. if you have any information please call crime stoppers. dozens of people were injured in an explosion saturday night in new york city. officials say the explosion happened near 23rd street between sixth and seventh avenue in the chelsea neighborhood of manhattan. surveillance video there hereby fitness center shows the moment
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seen scrambling away from the scene. at least 29 people were hurt and 23 said to be minor. no one has life-threatening injuries. so far no reported fatalities multiple agencies were on the scene including nypd counterterrorism unit and bomb squad. continue to search the scene this morning for secondary devices. donald trump quick to react to last night explosion in new york city. trouble started off a rally last night in colorado springs colorado bringing up explosion at the time no information had been confirmed.trump began his remarks by telling supporters that a bomb went off in new york that it was time to get tough and get vigilant. >> i must tell you that just before i got off the plane, a bomb went off in new york and nobody knows exactly what's going on. but boy we are living in a time
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>> we will find out but it's a terrible thing is going on in our world. in our country. and we are going to get tough and smart and vigilant. and were going to end it. were going to end it. we'll see what it is. we'll see what it is. >> york city mayor bill de blasio calling the explosion unintentional act officials have yet to determine the exact nature and cause of that morning you might want to double check those directions. this morning southbound ramp was 95 to southbound interstate 15 shut down traffic until 10 in the morning don't expect anything to get back to normal as news 3 nathan o neill explained more road closures on the way. >> reporter: signs of trouble stretch for miles. leading to downtown las vegas.
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hours. adjusting his morning commute to the bellagio to avoid the traffic nightmare. >> i wake up earlier so i could make it to work on time. >> but this weekend won't be the end of your traffic headaches. the construction marking the first of major phase of project with ro improvements planned for the spaghetti bowl. plans to create wider safer roads but it comes at a cost. expect a series of on and off road closures and detours for the next three years. >> in an ideal world would be able to do all this work with no closures but this is the price of progress. >> in the meantime drivers be forced to use alternate routes including using roads like valley view branch of martin luther king.
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that direction to i-15 northbound 2d street which then flips her back southbound. it's a temporary hassle some drivers feel will create traffic gridlock. >> a traffic headache for many while some drivers push for patients on the road. weekend on the roads here in southern nevada. police say two motorcyclists have been killed. one rider died in the crash out and mow apple around 1 o'clock yesterday afternoon also a 23-year-old man died after his motorcycle overturned east of downtown on saturday morning. according to witnesses the man was speeding during willy's with his bike when he lost control. new beginnings take the shape for local homeowner as habitat for humanity hits the
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valley. among those lending a hand several volunteers from choice center leadership university came together to help raise $100,000 for the construction to help build the latest home. organizers believe homeownership pride is at the heart of each project as volunteers and homeowners work together to contribute in the construction process. >> all homeowners have a sense of pride in the house but especially the spent hundreds of hours of grueling labor building the house. the pride really shows that only today but 10, 20 years later. come down to the neighborhood this will be one of the best-kept houses for the next two or three decades. if you want to get involved and you don't know how you can head to website for the details. yesterday the perfect day to go hogwild for a barbecue cookoff in the heart of the valley.
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grill masters and professional chef together to compete in one massive competition. offer good cause. the entire event geared to help support childhood cancer charities all took place at craig ranch park. several teams compete in take-home inaudible picks for the kids barbecue cookoff trophy. taking up after the break tensions in the middle east after us drone strike is the wrong target. take it to syria and historic tradition host oe have higher prices tighter security at stopping the party. kick off with metro three on security at stopping the party. kick off with metro three on three tournament that woman: here in nevada, those were the worst days of our lives, and congressman heck called it "a blip." narrator: in 2008, joe heck called nevada's housing crisis
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protecting billions in tax breaks for oil companies. and threatening nevada's solar economy. twenty five thousand nevada jobs at risk. because joe heck's in big oil's pocket. lcv victory fund is responsible for the content... of this advertising. >> john: welcome back. tensions in the middle east as russia accusing the us of killing more than 60 syrian troops in airstrikes. the us says the strike was aimed at crisis forces and regrets the loss of life. russia's un ambassador copper an emergency security council
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us ambassador to the un samantha power called the move stunned. protesters in berlin join thousands across germany yesterday opposing plan to european union trade deal with united states. opponents of the so-called tip agreement being negotiated between the us and the eu would undermine european environmental standards and consumer rights. negotiation for similar deal with canada concluded successfully. heavy rain stricter security and a jump in spirits of beer lovers in germany. as a start of the shares oktoberfest.annual festival opened saturday the southern german city of munich inside the puritans brothers appeared unconcerned about the heightened security as they enjoy the flowing beer. visitors had to go through security checks to enter the festival grounds this year during the traditional march of the innkeepers various traditional bands and beer
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oktoberfest area this year oktoberfest run through october 3 lori jerry we can still make it. coming up the big day and college football plenty of upsets randy how is a wrap up of everything you may have missed. healthy food getting on exercising talking he i'm really good at war. i love war in a certain way. including with nukes, yes including with nukes. i know more about isis than the generals do, believe me. nuclear, just the power the devastation, is very important to me. i want to be unpredictable, unpredictable, unpredictable, unpredictable.
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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, no questions asked. 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.
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that's coming up. >> john: welcome back. darius here with the weather this time.
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words we can't say on tv. >> jerry: its relative. this day late june early july would be considered wonderful. today was starting to think autumn in its in our forecast. 98, 99 degrees full of people going to kind of hot. but at least it's going to be sunny and dry. some clouds or lack of callouts and motion view from the springs preserve looking east you can see our skies and brightened a bit as we heading toward a huberty up that will come down and the parameter not too bad at 29.9 a little over the southern highlands were at 62 degrees. you have to love that. 65 up in the northeast valley north las vegas. north northwest wind hi lindsay knows about two miles an hour. actually cooler on the east side and the west side.
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airport 68 downtown henderson. and mountains edge looking at 71. 61 up at indian springs mount charleston in at 44 boulder city 72 and prompt in at 60 degrees. officially top of the hour airport at 70 degrees. it was 53 in reno and 63 in la. nationally the system bring in showers to the east. what was that ic now blowing off the coast. let's go down to texaco here take a trip down past the baja here remember tropical storm out here pain lots of low pressure very choppy down there. we low pressure loft above the california coast some of that moisture definitely going to work its way in here you don't have to worry about it today or tomorrow. but as we look at some forecasts radar and you can see in the short term nothing going
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heading up in our general direction. definitely a chance for some showers and thunderstorms on tuesday. but with that will come the clouds in the cooler temperatures. that will be a nice relief. today's hies, 98 pahrump triple digits over in easton clark county 100 at mesquite 101/10 indian springs 94 and 105 little warmer down in the colorado river valley lawson. 99 today hot and dry beat the heat 101 down on the lake good summerlike forecast. 67 for the overnight low. pleasantly cool and here we go seven day forecast chance of thunderstorms on tuesday when the temperatures drop. nine dish to the middle of the week autumn begins on thursday morning. john let's have a party and then 85 to 90 friday and saturday for that's a pretty good-looking forecast. >> john: i'll have a party for
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children's ages six through 12 hitting the paint three on three tournament entirely run by metro. news 3 kyndell nunley shows how officers hope to gain those pets record stronger relationships with all of us here in the community. >> reporter: it wasn't the college players hitting the hardwood instead on the shorter side of the athletes were used to seeing were these players. coming in just under five feet, nine-year-old grace. kids from across the valley came together this weekend for the fourth annual safe neighborhood three on three tournament. and as she is pointed out this tournament is a bit different because of who's on the sidelines coaching.for the first time this year sergeant
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resume. officers with the las vegas metropolitan police department have traded in the uniforms for the day and said chasing criminals, the using their whistle. to keep up with local kids. >> but the grown-ups hope game. creating positive interaction between law enforcement and civilians. a goal ever so important in 2016. >>.
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>> here's a look at sports. >> football team looks okay in last week's loss at ucla. the rebels ready to learn from mistakes made them play what appeared to be a more evenly matched game at central michigan. the wraps under severe head coach tony sanchez for the 11 and and a half to 12 point underdogs. on the board for central michigan passes block charles williams there to follow the ball for the scorpion second quarter rebels trail 14-7. qb johnny standing heading up to lexington thomas takes a nice open lane those past the secondary and is smooth sailing for the six-point game tied it 14. still second quarter same score
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that would be all this going the rebels would do. comfortable 76 degrees in mt. pleasant yesterday but unlv is offense went cold. stanton 15 for 41 through two interceptions rebel receives dropping plenty of balls. the chippewas got the w 44-21. that was not a happy coach sanchez but that simple little brother kenny mibe hosted kahuku hawaii last night. plenty of fans on hand to say a low hopping usa today frank's grandma number one team in the country kahuku number 17 in this 19 yard pass one from. [indiscernable] . [indiscernable] same quarter same score this time martell is
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looking over that you are here open. in the court of the end zone bishop gorman when this one 35 one 35-7. [indiscernable] >> over at wrigley field chicago cubs clubhouse do might smell a little like the champagne that was flowing friday night to celebrate coaching the nl central but still had to play yesterday. facing the brewers and while las vegas would have to book
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still something more impressive. top of the night up to 7-3 bases loaded. lunch is one out of there. not just a scoreboard brewers when 11-3. that's all for sports. have a great day. >> john: september 24 marked the fifth annual healthy kids festival here to tell you more about this susan with the unr cooperative extension. >> thank you so much for having us. >> for people who do not know what us. >> is a program offered by the university of nevada corporate extension where basically the committee arm of the university sweep of the universe is research to work through evidence-based programs in the community this is one of the many programs that we have. healthy kids festival will be october 24 like you mentioned that whitney recreation center off of boulder highway tropicana. >> talk about childhood obesity
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problem is it in about a? >> is a problem across the entire country 30 percent of students who enter kindergarten are already overweight or obese. nevada no different. recently the children's advocacy alliance nevada supercharges research really report on the overall well-being of children in the state. received a d and help access is one of the main inches that's with the goal of the festival to tackle accessibility and sustainability the two biggest issues that we have for if a kid wants to be active or maybe active where can i go what resources out there in the community what agencies offering his services to help children. >> when you talk about paying that off with healthy activities were not talking doctor's office visits were talking things like --. vigoda over 50 community partners that are sports different places where kids can
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do. >> childhood obesity we talk about it it can be easy for parents to say well maybe next year they'll get some in shaper some exercise but what is it do long-term to a kid when he or she starts out obese? >> sort of missing it with this age group. bring your whole family if you have older kids but this age group is pivotal for we focus on mait missing physical literacy. that is a huge component. we know that they're not active now they're going to be less active as adolescents and adults which leads to chronic disease, diabetes heart conditions all of that. >> is this exercise over food wherever exercise is a magic formula to try to combat? >> no. it's about balance.balance is
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having activity for children at least 60 minutes a day minimum. >> does it have to be 60 minutes at one point time commitments no it doesn't have to be in one time it can be an 230 minute segments getting up between commercials on tv doing a walk after dinner, in short spurts. >> if people want to get involved with this festival, how do they do so and what will >> you can call us similar to 940 5437 for more information fastest way is on facebook. check out our facebook page healthy kids festival. waiver pre-registration link that families can register the benefit of registering early shorelines when you get there also a raffle to win prizes if you preregister.
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attacked. and then tackling homeless is no small task. dedication to what causes person called himself a local hero. news 3 live today starts right now. live from las vegas this is news 3 live today. >> john: good morning and thank you for joining us on this now sunny sunday. sunday is coming up starting to wake up jerry. >> jerry: i've beenke while. trying to think about navigating i-15 today make you want to go back to sleep but here we've got the sun rising as you can see 6:26 am the official time i think it's going to pick out of their wares at? it should pick out. 70 degrees on strip in america mile shot westwind at two prominent 2.98 over 30 inches
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far side 63 degrees and 68 down south college and the 95 in henderson. take a look at our skies and all clear but i want to point out something look at the cloud system to move up from old mexico. a tropical storm down there low pressure off the coast and all of that could give us some rain this week maybe a thunderstorm as early as tuesday. my main forecast will be an interesting one. today i mean not a little hot by september standards 85 midmorning, 96 midafternoon hit a high of about 99 i mean it's not impossible we could hit triple digits again at 100 96 by early evening and overnight again and back down into the 60s. that's the nice thing about september get the cooler mornings even if it is a little toasty in the afternoon hours. complete forecast op-ed and temperatures to the old roller coaster.i think going to be interested in it. john.
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forecast meanwhile president obama urging the african-american community to help stop donald trump from becoming president. addressing the congressional black caucus gala on saturday night in washington d.c. president obama said he would consider a personal insult if the african-american committee does not go out and vote and show the support for hillary clinton. he warned that all the progress the country is made during the last eight years is on the line
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one lost american life. because our country failed to enforce its laws. >> trump also told the group most politicians ignore the cries but promise he never will. >> at least eight people stabbed in a mall in st. cloud minnesota. the incident happened at the crossroad center saturday night police say an armed suspect entered the mall began threatening people.officials say the suspect made if they were muslim before he assaulted them. all suffered non- life-threatening injuries. the suspect was killed after being shot by an off-duty police officer. the new small plane crashed in a house on saturday night in gilbert arizona.officials say the crash happened shortly after 7:00 p.m. local time. the pilot of the plane was able to eject before crashing into the home. two people were inside at the time of the crash.
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injuries. the pilot was rushed to a nearby burn center. official said the plane was also carrying five skydivers for the annual constitution fair. everyone survived the crash. woman in arizona has called police to teach her little daughter about a lesson in seatbelt safety. michelle. >> why seatbelts are important to mom later decided that lesson need to be reinforced so she called and police in scottsdale who work more than happy to come back her up. >> it was extreme choice on my part to call the police but i knew she wasn't going to remember in a new by hearing
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is respect i knew that was the drive point home better than just hearing. >> strategy probably worked for michelle's daughter camille promised the officers that she would always keep her seatbelt on. i think she got a toy out of the whole thing. >> big night for the tv industry. the best work for the past year at the emmy awards in la. mark burger talk to the editors at entertainment weekly about what the major categories. >> reporter: game of thrones scored his first emmy best drama last year heavy favorite to repeat against the likes of by the russian spy drama the americans could pull and upset with his first nomination. >> it seems the emmy voters have been a little slow to recognize it. >> recognition also alluded house of cards star kevin spacey as best actor.
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>> so is bob owen kirk if the emmy laufer breaking bad access to its spinoff better call saul. how to get away with murder viola davis look to make it back to back wins as best actress right is a good offer and black empire henson. >> best comedy and star julia dreyfus one back actress for the fourth year in a row. >> brought the first black woman in three decades to be nominated in a category for the serious blackish. upset hopes the best comedy. blackish really been getting a
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hit hit on a lot of timely topical issues that was accessible. >> similar story for the streaming transgender copy transparent. star jeffrey could make it to straight as best actor. >> i don't think it got any worse in the second season only got better if anything. >> emmy voters will decide of better also means best. >> john: still to come on the show everyone's favorite singing show is back. you look to judges and guest co preview coming up. one of my personal favorites. there in the studio the greek
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. he's a race-baiting, xenophobic, religious bigot. donald trump is a phony, a fraud. he's not a serious adult. i can't vote for donald trump given the things that he said. trump should not be supported. i believe he's disqualified himself to be president.
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ter this. >> john: new faulty season get started monday night season premiere for nbc's the voice a change for the show this season with two new faces in the big red chairs. mark burger tell us all about. >> reporter: miley cyrus mentoring pe so did alicia keys during shows coaches has been a different experience. this double dose of female coaches is not only a first
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rent vibe. the new coaches were also quick to get comfortable with each other. they say it was less the shows competitive aspect than the mentoring one that attracted them. >> the journey to find that voice winner continues monday night. >> john: today is the last day to enjoy that greek food festival here in las vegas coming up what to expect and will show you some of the mouthwatering treats in the studio as well. one local man going the
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>> john: welcome back. jerry brown back with us to break down the lovely week that we planned. >> jerry: is part of it's going to be lovely.we make it's raining here we need rain. that would be great. we don't want to rain on the weekend we wanted to rain during the week because people of outdoor plans. let's go to it try to get that
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there goes. it's inedible what's going to rise there. taking a look at some temperatures doesn't score the west side 70 degrees with west northwest wind at three miles an hour. elsewhere mostly 60s still predominating 66 in southeast las vegas 69 in summerlin little cooler that the dawson school. 69 loss las vegas atlanta mountains edge looking at 71 degrees 43 financial air conditioning up on mount charleston at 65 in mesquite 60 and prompt 73 in boulder city. nationally frontal system moving into the east but was tropical storm julia has blown itself out not a lot going on out west but if you look down to the south see a lot of clouds down there that is actually a tropical storm right here called pain.
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see the moisture starting to move up where low pressure plays aloft off the coast basically the steering currents in place that we could get some rain here but not today or tomorrow. probably by tuesday. highs today in the 95 200 degree range with triple digits can find east in clark county 111 death valley 98 per month. here in the balance could be close call 99 sonny hartney dry always beat the heat by there to 94 at red rock 79 the water temperature 101 the air temperature down lake mead. the final weekend of summer going to feel kind of summerlike down there. 60s overnight pleasantly cool i love the 60s for the morning lows. and then looking at 98 on monday still a little toasty frame gets in here a good chance monday night into tuesday definitely probable chance for showers and thunderstorms may be lingering in the mountains on wednesday but it will warm up a bit, 90
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fall eternal equinox thursday morning we cool down just like we should 85 on friday that's going to be a beautiful day. and then 89 close to 90 on saturday. not a bad forecast. i think you can agree with that john. >> john: i endorse it early. this weather for the greek food festival. get your appetites ready the food festival continues today for your las vegas here details more what festival john. >> 44th annual st. john's greek orthodox food festival. >> this is the last day right? >> last day today. the weather is been great the food is been phenomenal the dancing has been beautiful. you need to come out. >> this is a party. >> it is a party.
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were looking at? >> absolutely.when you come in the church the stores of the church you can see the actual church itself but when you come on the ground with five acres filled with food and dancing. what you have is you have the traditional foods we have euros. we have 12 euro carving stations. the greek fries are phenomenal they are great. we also have the chicken souvlaki chicken shish kebab chicken tenderloins a bunch of spinach and feta cheese wrapped in philadelphia it's delicious. when you're done with everything you get to the desserts. it's phenomenal. we have the baklava. it's a handmade they take up a couple of folks with the dough in the oil and the wrapped around is drizzled with honey and crushed nuts. melt in the mouth. it's amazing. >> i'm going to keep eating why you talk.
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anywhere but the festival. fried dough balls dipped in honey hot honey and then with a little sue on their crushed nuts. >> where those three shuttle buses. give them a chance to relax a little bit. >> jerry, you want food? >> jerry, you were >> this is famous. >> the food festival great fun. people get to eat the delicious food. when you guys get from you? >> this is a fundraiser for the church. this is what helps keep the church open for the whole year. >> and it's beautiful out there. you've got grass and trees. there is shade. >> it's been two amazing days the weather has been your butt is great weather.
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>> law enforcement active military readmission with your immediate family. bring your id and come on infant get back to the community. we get back to fisher house and goodwill southern nevada. it's really a community event. a large ethnic event in the state of nevada. the music is amazing. two credible bands out there. people dance. if you all walks of life come and kids come in with the kids area. you walk the grounds and you see the diverse people that come out. >> what's your favorite thing to eat? >> the euro is a standby so got home about 1 o'clock in the morning friday night, saturday morning i brought your home my wife said i really going to eat that. and i said absolutely.
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it. >> it makes me feel healthy and i was ready to rock 'n' roll again. >> your favorite gas for bringing all of this. >> thank you. thank you so much. >> get out last day of your we are one nation under god. that black and white, we are one nation indivisible. that republican and democrat, we are all americans. i'd like to punch him in the face. you know what they used to do to guys like that? i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters. priorities usa action is responsible
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school is in our committee. right now more than 1300 homeless youth in clark county. >> reporter: called project 150 inspection came from the store that aired only five it goes right here in news 3. >> patrick parker says this is how it started. he was touched by our story which led him to create helping teens make the grade. >> back in december 2011 denise estrada hundred and 50 homeless kids at the high school. >> the rest is history. we decided to do something just for the holidays. during the christmas break. little did we know this accidental project became a full-time charity. >> patrick collaborate with friend don produced a project 150 the group got its name
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150 teens. since then the numbers grown to more than 8000 over the years. it's here where teens can come up clothing shoes, food and other items for school. >> a nice pair of pants or nice pair shoes announce outfit allows the students to fit in in the learning environment. >> they help students need at multiple schools in the valley. >> plus 15 high schools in reno schools in laughlin and they're looking to expand servicet of pahrump. >> pretty simple. just graduate high school. patrick says he couldn't have grown this organization without the hundreds of volunteers who helped organize and deliver throughout the year. he says anyone can make an impact just like he and his partner don did. >> everybody something to give. the smallest idea that you have may not be so crazy. >> project 150 also provides
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a scholarship soccer tournament that's coming up in october more details on the website >> john: if you know somebody in our committee was gone above and beyond please tell us the story you can submit them on her facebook page a news 3 i stand and jones is where the greek food festival is. >> that's where you go. west side. it will be warm b grass out there and trees for shade and were looking at temperatures in the 95 to 100 degrees range. outside chance we could hit 100
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everybody get off the street! >> this was an intentional act. president obama was born in the united states, period. it feels like someone took out my hard and stepped on it. good morning. welcome to "sunday today." i'm willie geist. it's a very busy morning after an explosion rocked the chelsea neighborhood in new york city injuring more than two dozen people. early this morning a suspicious device was discovered a couple blocks from where that blast went out. another blast about 80 miles


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