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valley. search for driver is the top story. >> maria: antonio live outside rancho high school. and antonio, how is that victim tonight. >> reporter: we say that he is in critical can be at umc hospital hit here at this intersection. witnesses say the motorcycle rider was coming from that direction and a driver in a minivan blew the stop sign that driver struck him and took off. after a minivan slam in the a man on a moped on 21st street. the person shown lieings on the pavement. the driver blew a stop sievenl impact off his scooter the van sped away. [crying] >> reporter: joe is a close
not stop. it is an army 2000 honda odd ~esse. >> they don't care about people. >> reporter: david another prend says the scooter was his way of transportation. >> philip usually is careful on his moped. watches out for traffic and -- it is unfortunate he got hit. condition. many people in the neighborhood depend on him. >> friendly, he is nice to other people. he will go to the food centers and bring food back to people who can't get it. >> robert has known porter his life. he has a message for the driver. >> what kind of driver are you. what if it was your mother or
>> reporter: witnesses say that a man was driving the minivan police are look for a honda odyssey. if you have information for the information on the driver you are asked to call crime stoppers. >> reporting live antonio, news 3. >> maria: thank you. from a man hunt to another, now at 5:00 a man wanted at local businesses for robberies and h is spreading out his crime spree. >> jim: this man robbed two more businesses. the robbery spree started this month when the suspect robbed a business on south rainbow. that make its nine businesses hit so far. metro says approaches an employee, leaves with the cash. if you know anything, call crime stoppers. >> maria: to tonight's update on
way now in oregon prosecution is questioning the wildlife refuge the site of the armed stand off by the two bunkedes and five codefendants. calling the workers to the stand to prove the bundies confirespired to obstruct federal employees through force, intimidation and threats. a worker testified that the occupiers left her office trashed. and the bundy's mistrial has been denied by the judge. a terror attack investigation unfold nothing new york and new jersey. police say this man, 28 year old a mad is recently for the attacks. he deliberately set explosives starting on saturday night in the chelsea neighborhood of manhattan. two dozen people were injury in the that blast. just this morning police
you see in this video. he was wounded but he is alive and in police custody. >> jim: new developments. news 3 is tracking the updates on the terror ataxtack. police believe that he was acting alone? >> reporter: police say there is no indication the two explosions on saturday and also the explosive device found in a train station yesterday are connected or the work of a larger terror network. out if the suspect has connections to international terror groups. >> reporter: man hunt for a mad ended this morning in new jersey. after what witnesses describe as a shoot out between the suspect and police. >> you seen a cop there and heard gun shots. >> reporter: an officer was hit, saved by his vest a second struck by debris.
conscious as taken to the hospital. >> there is no other individual we are looking for at this point. >> he is an informized u.s. sides born in afghanistan. he is the man on this security camera near the side of a bomb blast in manhattan on saturday night. one of three explosion in 48 hours. nbc news learned investigators uncovered bomb making materias consistent with build the deis videos that pulled from an apartment over a new jersey restaurant owned by his family. >> we will to conduct investigative activity to ensure we completely understand his social network. >> as the investigation continues so did the resolve of the communities. >> they are tough and resilient. they go about their business every day. >> reporter: as police and federal agents go about the business of trying to understand
>> jim: he had traveled pakistan and afghanistan trying to connect to whether or not that had an influence on this series of evans. he has officially charged with attempted murder or a police shoot out portion. of course, he may be facing a slew of other charges as l. thank you. >> maria: a stabbing apak tack in a minnesota mall investigated as it's act of terrorism. nine were stabbed by 22 abegan. he was shot by an off duty police officer after the attack. a news agency linked to the islamic state group claimed he was a soldier for them. authorities say appears he acted alone. victims are expected to recover. >> jim: week long cease-fire in syria is unraffling this is the scene where you see men, women and children running for their lives.
them. aid is no longer reaching the city. at the center of the fight with rebel ems and the syrian government. cease-fire was brokered by u.s. and russia to get relief supplies there. now it is all stuck on trucks along the turkish border leaving 275,000 people in need of food, water and medical supplies. >> maria: u.s. airforce releasing the name of the new stealth bomber. it has bee the name of the bomber is a tribute to the last surviving raiders who successfully hit targets around tokyo after the japanese attack on pearl harbor. last surviving raider 101 year old richard coal made the announcement. at 5:00 a construction project on north i-15.
speed way is getting a make overment nice when it is done but take awhile to get there. five miles are widened to 6 lanes. and over passes, upgrading drainage system, installing new lights and new landscape the cost is 34 million dollars it is expected to take two years to finish. >> maria: another project because the special committee signedff raiders here does not mean it is a done deal. the nfl commissioner says a lot has to happen before the raiders leave oakland for las vegas. he thinks oakland can raise public money to give the raiders a new stadium there. just last week the infrastructure committee okayed a plan to use 750 million dollars in public money for a stadium that money come from an increased tax on hotel rooms.
will step up and tell fall apart. we will see. >> maria: more to come. >> jim: donald trump is gaining on hilary despite his turn around on claims he made on the current president. >> maria: battle to fight zika right here is turning acorner. why a community is getting the all clear tonight. on >> jim: hurricane pain making gain. a lot to talk about chances for
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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.
>> jim: 50 day count down in decision >> this election is a reality
tv show. it should not be about birth certificates or name calling or stunts to get on the cable news. >> jim: clinton going after trump for his history of racial discrimination. >> maria: in las vegas democrats made it clear they are not letting trump off easy they call trump's comment on friday the president was born in the united states insufficient.
not apologized for stoking the birther movement for five years. >> and african-american, not only i'm offended but it anxietiers me and anxietiers me because here is someone who for the last five years pebbled this lie. that the first african-american president is not legitimate. >> we can't have a president that pathed in theories a the internet becomes a tweet. >> maria: the trump campaign says democrats are trying to divert attention from clint oron record as second of state that gave rise toisis and more terrorism. >> jim: clintonness she needs more young voters she is lowing them to third party candidates. >> maria: looking into the youth
college students saying. >> i found young voters across the political spectrum and talked to a democratic official justice of the peace hilary you are lowing unlv freshman. >> who are you voting for? >> i'm not sure. may be garry johnson. >> young voters helped propel obama in office and sanders battle and n right many are looking at the third parties. gary johnson. and the green party jill stein. >> harvey likes johnson. >> think he can win. >> they could if people voted for him. >> with johnson and stein in the picture the pole shoes clinton gets hurt more. lead slips to two 2% among young voteers. donna knows about third parties
some are fuming about the support the green party nayeder took away. >> she runs the dem the kras voters and young people will come to clinton >> this is a generation that believes in diversity in all forms. the democratic party is a party they will support and you can't take their votes for granted. >> this time wil trump. >> who do you like? >> clinton. >> why? she has experience. >> young voters making choice in an election 50 days away. >> and we should note in nevada green party is not on the ballot. gary johnson is. and there is only in nevada option you can vote none of these candidates. johnson could be a game. >> >> maria: see what happened in 50 days.
>> partial victory in the fight against zika, moskweetos stopped spreading the illness in an area of miamiment winwoord makered was ground 0. the cdc is no long are urging pregnant women to stay away from that neighborhood but saying they enough wear repellant. active transmission of zika is a problem in miami beach. >> maria: on to weather. jim a vacations. and you come back when the weather turns -- did you plan that. >> whoa, it is warm here. >> kevin: we did something today we'll not do for awhile that is hit triple digits the last triple digit day. you see the change outside. it happened during the early afternoon hours the blue sky
watches the clouds and rain not far behind but tell be a struggle to get that rain in the valley. a lot in the southern parts of clark county. it will be close tomorrow. one thing we lost the blue sky. we will start in bermuda 100. 8% of relative humidity. numbers will change tomorrow. the moisture works up here. buffalo 10% and5 and down in bermuda 9% at then diagnose. double digit in most valley neighborhoods but barely downtown on the east side. highs did hit triple digits but not like 110. we barely clipped the 100 degree threshold. overton 99. they are down from 105. laughlin 105. sandy valley 102.
temperature 100. seven degrees above normal. goes down to another above normal day and now we can show you the tally for the 2016 season. 83 days to 100 the record is 100, 100 degree days. of the 83, 53 of them made it to 105 that is shy of the record. and 17 of those made it to 110. obviously you see the trend. everyone well above the average 105 and 110 degree days we get during the summer. tomorrow we start in the 70s and low to mid 80's. there will be a breeze at times but 10 miles per hour. i expect winds but that will not happen until thursday. here we go with pain a hurricane with 90 miles per hour sustained winds. it will not the wind that will
far as wind strength. it is tossing moisture to the southwest. most of this will get close to the valley. i would not be surprised if we get light rain and moderate. but the heavy stuff now at this point ash peered stay in southern clark count and he california and arizona. that can change with the tropical systems am another system from the southwest that could give us thunderstormsed with night. another system here c from the northwest that is the one that will kick up the wind you will feel that on thursday. 67 in parump the lose. high's tomorrow not as high. 90 in mosquite. 84 in boulder city and 103 in death valley. for las vegas tonight 77 and a couple of breezes as mid night. they will not last through the day. we have a chance for rain in town. 85 the high. the chance for rain in northern
southern parts. boulder city. seven day forecast. the chance for thunderstorms wednesday. thursday gusts over 40 miles per hourful lingering breezes into friday the high will be 81 and the rebound over the weekend. mid and upper 80s. lows 60. triple diggures. last week a run at 100. that was today. >> yep. >> maria: not bad. >> jim: as long as you promise. >> kevin: wheels the bus with triple digits. >> maria: tips the season for a tailgate party. you might want to check out amazon prime they are making delivers to san francisco football fans at the stadium. they will deliver the charcoal and the power cord. service is offered in california for now.
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. background checks save lives.
social media. a lot of us check nothing on on facebook throughout the day. big reason that can get out of control is the positive stimulants brains get when people hit like or send us a positive comment. social media addiction expresses you, changes your mood or affect your sleep. young are and single people are most at risk for getting hooked. >> maria: report showing four out of 10 family care to take care of a loved 1. food and clothing are biggest followed by transportation and medical. they are higher for people carrying for loved once with dementia. >> jim: rod hayley service lift predicts you will hitch a ride in a self driving car in 5 years. lift is testing them in feign is and san francisco. uber has a fleet of self driving
tonight. terror takedown. a dramatic shoot-out in the streets. the man wanted in bombings that terrorized new york and new jersey, captured alive after a massive manhunt. the suspect allegedly caught on camera at bomb scenes in manhattan. today's arrest just hours after a new jersey train station. how authorities used evidence left behind and the public's health to track him down. tonight new details about the suspect, a naturalized u.s. citizen from afghanistan, his past troubles with law enforcement and his travels overseas. and troubling questions. what was the motive and did the bomber have help? "nightly news" begins now. >> announcer: from nbc news