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moments. >> dana: how police were able to arrest a man wanted in connection with several bombings that left 29 people injured. it was a fingerprint that led to his arrest. >> kim: going to trial. it is going to happen. local rocker vince neil, when he is going to appear in a local courtroom and who may take the stand who is an oscar nominated >> dana: welcome n. it is 5:00 on this tuesday, september 20. it's going to start to feel like autumn starting today. >> kim: so nice and by thursday we're officially into fall. we'll get into that in a moment. first, we missed you. thank you for having us back everybody. we are so thrilled to be back in las vegas. we see the lights of our city, it gives you appreciation. >> dana: it's the greatest place
>> kim: it was stinking hot yesterday. that's what my late mother-in-law used to say. sounds like i dropped to worry o worry about it for quite some time. >> kelly: many locations at 80. look at our day planner. temperatures aren't going to budge much today. our high today is 85. 15-degrees cooler than yesterday. plus we have chances for we're going to take a look at where the showers are right now in our next check of traffic and weather in 10 minutes. >> dana: interstate 15, this is a nightmare and will be over the weekend as they shut down that southbound ramp from 95 south into i15 south. for now traffic is light and moving well in all directions. we'll keep you updated on any accidents coming up. >> kim: just a little while ago a suspect was arrested.
local airport. we're talking about mccarron where we find kendall this morning. i know you are going to give us a progress report but let's start with the actual airport. it was chaotic last night, what is it like right now? >> driving around the airport, i can tell you things seem to be getting back to normal. there was no traffic. the shooting happened in a parking structure in terminal one on the sixth floor. that level is if you need to get anything from that sixth level or have a family member coming back to the airport and parked on that level, we are hearing officers are escorting people to get the belongings they need. just before 6:00 p.m. police tells us that a suspect did shoot two people. we hear the victim, a man and woman did know the shooter. the woman was in a relationship
shooter, he was arrested at the medical center. the shooting happening on the sixth floor of that terminal one at the airport. >> there has been no significant threat to this airport. this is an isolated incident, domestic violence in >> back out here live once again, things are back to normal when it comes to the operation of the airport. that level still closed in the parking structure. >> dana: a lot of people have their cars on the sixth floor that want to know when it's going to reopen so they can get
prosecution to delay the trial. that's one of those things once it plays out, you'll know what happened in front of the prosecuting attorney's office where we reached an agreement this would be continued. it's been reset for october 20 and the reason was a witness availability issue. >> the witness getting what we can see on camera here. vince neil was can nicholas cage
we have breaking news. >> >> krystal: the time now 5:07. prosecutors say there have been eight new arrests in connection with the bastille day truck attack that left 86 people dead. prosecor came monday in france in a region in the southeastern corner of france that includes nice. >> dana: coming up if you are headed to the airport this fall, you may have to get there a little bit earlier. lines expected to be longer. we'll tell you why coming up. >> kim: breaking news out of
that arms were up but the officer still shot. >> dana: police say a man accused of kidnapping a woman and killing three others 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 "a blip on the radar." that's just how
out of touch joe heck is. narrator: after heck sponsored a bill giving tax breaks to big banks, he took over $500,000 from wall street--
we are one nation under god. that black and white, we are one nation indivisible. i'd like to punch him in the face. you know what they
used to do to guys like that? they'd be carried out in a stretcher, folks. i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters. priorities usa action is responsible
>> dana: here is video showing this man heading toward his s.u.v. we're going to show you the moment leading up to his shooting as police officers trail him. they tell him not to get into his car. when he reaches in, he is shot and killed by one of these police officers. this is out of the officer involved here said he shot and killed him after he refused to follow their demands. you can see the moment leading up to the school shooting. we're not going to show you the actual shooting here. his sister said this never should have happened. >> his life mattered. his life mattered. >> after watching the video and
we ask for the facts, we ask for answers and we clearly got it through the videos. and we're truly devastated. the entire family is devastated. >> dana: no weapons were found on terence clutcher on his person or inside his s.u.v. prosecutors are looking into this case to decide whether they are going to file charges against the police officers involved. >> kim: we take to you southern californor two people are recovering following a car crash on the hollywood walk of tape. some of you are going to find this disturbing footage because it is graphic in nature. a woman was driving on the boulevard and then hit a couple of people. didn't stop, kept ongoing until she ran into that museum. that is the museum of broken relationships. two pedestrians expected to make
however she was arrested for felony hit and run and d.u.i. >> dana: police say a man in ohio accused of killing two women, kidnapping another may be connected to more murders there. shane gray pled not guilty on two counts of murder. last week a woman said she was kidnapped and called 911 while gray was sleeping. they found two bodies. he confessed another woman and holding her for several days before stabbing her in the neck and killing her. he led police to her body. fifth body is being investigated in the area and police believe he'll be connected to more murders. >> kim: the japanese prime minister as you can see just met with hillary clinton the other
critical for prosperity not only in asia but all over the globe. pun dents are saying clinton's comment was made with donald trump in mind who called on japan to pick up all of the expense when it comes to basing u.s. troops within that nation. >> donald trump , jr. coming under fire for a twitter post comparing syrian refugees to poison skittles. the tweet posted yesterday evening if skittles and i told you three would kill you, would you take a handful? that's our syrian problem. the tweet not original, joe
ideas and the company skitedles responding to this not happy. >> this is candy, not people. >> kim: maybe he should stick with something safe and focus on the snack that smiles back. this is the number one trending comment in the united states, these comments. >> dana: tom has the morning off. we have report near 215 in the westbound direction. you can see looks like the accident is pulled off to the side so the traffic is getting by. no markable slowdown at all. we'll continue to keep our eyes to find out if there is any traffic issue this morning. let's check the forecast. we hit 100 yesterday for the 83rd time.
blue skies across the area but clouds start creeping in. we topped out yesterday at 100. the clouds hanging around keeping things warmer this morning. kind of acting like a blanket overnight. paradise you are coming in at 81. got a lot of cloud cover out there. the rain still down to our south along interstate 40 and going to start building northward. just a chance for showers in the las vegas valley. better chances if you head further to the south. you do have a better chance to see some of the wet weather. let's see how big this is. we have showers in san diego and phoenix and grand canyon as well. to the south, that is tropical storm payne making land fall and weakening. here is a look at our forecast,
15-degrees cooler. 85 is our high today. mostly cloudy skies. chance for showers, maybe an isolated thunderstorm, but for the most part scattered light showers. showers come to an end early, 66 for the low. there is another chance for showers and thunderstorms. tomorrow and thursday the wind will be the big issue. temperatures, the whole seven-day forecast in the 80's. >> dana: we take you live to the jane king joins us live from new york city. great to see you this morning. >> nice to talk to you too. hope you enjoyed your time off. >> yes, good to be back though. our nhl hockey team begins next season and it's already the hottest team in town. >> they haven't even announced the name and already the season tickets are sold out.
[indiscernible] off to a strong start. the t.s.a. chief says all those people that were hired to help move passengers through the airport could be fired if there is no agreement on how to fund that program. that expires on midnight september 30 so it's coming up. >> dana: we love that waze app. now i guess we can use the app to find the best parking spot. >> so useful. waze teamed up with the
launched their park feature. it will be able to analyze current parking traffic and steer drivers toward the best possible spot. it will tell you how much parking cost if there is a charge. >> dana: if they can help us parallel park, they'll be on to something. thanks so much. we'll see you again tomorrow. >> kim: if waze can predict volcanic eruption. check this out, this is so stellar in nature as far as the seen ride sharing. it temporary shut down the airport there. the volcanic ash forced a closure of the airport there. it was closed for security reasons because they were concerned about the ash and how it could cause issues for nearby planes. eight approaching flights were diverted.
country and others put on alert just in case. officials were scheduled to make an assessment last night to see if the airport can be reopened. once we hear, we'll let you know as well. >> dana: beautiful an terrifying at the same time. something else going into the skies other than ash. these are 24 balloons from 12 different countries launching into the air in germany, switzerland, the united states, teams each. this is part of a big balloon race. the premise has not changed much over the last 60 years. the balloon that goes the farthest win this is thing. this year the pilots heading south. the quinners could land in greece. a straight line distance of 120. a lot of it has to do with the
imagine and how much propane you have on board is what keeps these things up. they are looking for up draft in all the weather conditions out there. >> kim: we take you live to new jersey. this is the hospital where inside ahmad is being held after being juried from a shootout with police. he provided investigators with many clues that led to his arrest 50 hours blast in manhattan. >> dana: a scary moment aboard an airplane headed from florida to phoenix. why the plane had to make an emergency landing. what passengers say it was like inside the plane coming up. >> kim: a school lunch worker quit the job because of what was going on with this whole terminology.
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>> dana: tom has the morning off. still checking out this accident. this is pulled off to the side so there is no backup whatsoever. we'll continue to monitor the accident and traffic so you get where you need to go on time. >> kelly: we are looking at rain showers just down to the south of us in parts of arizona and california mainly along interstate 40.
kingman with light shower activity : for us it's just clouds but keep the umbrella handsy as we may get wet weather late they are afternoon. boulder city you are at 80. temperatures aren't going to budge much all day. we're looking at highs topping out in the low to mid 80's today. what about the rest of the week? we'll look at it in 10 minutes. >> dana: got to put the speedos >> kim: not sure those should ever be out. >> dana: this former lunch lady is accusing the school of shaming. >> kim: it's denying kids lunch when their lunch accounts are behind. they give them a cold sandwich. she says the school policies are not humane.
hot lunch to give a little boy a cold sandwich and she doesn't think this is right. a lot of parents were notified about this policy that she's taking issue with. the superintendent says that before the policy was enacted, more than 300 families owed lunch money. as of last friday that number went down to 66 families so he says this policy is working. >> dana: aic liberty and tim tebow soon be playing baseball for the new york metropolitans. that's a long way off. but he's playing for a minor league team in florida and his jersey is selling like hotcakes of the it's now the fastest selling jersey in baseball. >> kim: coming up you'll see tim tebow suited up. there is a lot of interest about
time he visits the churches it packs the place thousands of people come out to see him locally. >> dana: it's a long way off before the raiders call las vegas home. there is a county commissioner saying the same thing. a preview of that meeting coming up. >> kim: how a men's only parenting class in japan is
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you in. is it obvious we had a little time off. >> dana: it is great to be back. jeff is over in the traffic center talking about any issues on the local roadways this morning. >> jeff: we are looking at an accident at rainbow and elk horn. that is the only accident we're seeing at this time as you make your way into the bowl running slowly. everything in the clear. update in 10 minutes. here is kelly. >> kelly: we are looking at morning. you're going to notice as you step out the door it's a little warmer than it has been lately and more humid as well. the showers just down to our south. we have a chance to see some of the wet weather today. notice the difference in temperatures. yesterday we topped out at 100, today 15 degrees cooler. how long will the cooler temperatures last? we'll talk about anytime 10 minutes. >> dana: several moving pieces
nfl stadium to las vegas. we're going to hear more about it from one of the critics. >> good morning. where to build the proposed stadium and where do they pay for upgrading the surrounding roads just some of the questions on this deal. $1.9 billion to build the stadium is the cost. what about the price tag to build out surrounding streets? county commissioner does not support the use of taxpayer money to fund a business venture. she's expected to voice concerns this morning. we'll cover that when it happens. the southern nevada tourism infrastructure committee did vote last week to have governor
tax for the stadium. step two if he signs off then to step three, meeting with the nfl. >> kim: brined sandoval is declaring this school year is going to be dubbed the year of stem. what does that mean? science, technology, engineering and mathematics. the governor making this official at a high school yesterday in the northern section of our state. some of the goals of initiative are introducing students to stem careers and helping them graduate with skills they need to better match what tech employers are looking for here in nevada. >> it's important when we recruit companies that we can tell them we have initiatives like the stem initiative that are developing the work force of tomorrow. frankly some of the families moving in are looking for this kind of crick column.
is it does not mean more money being allocated to promote this educationment only means the governor's office will emphasize stem throughout this school year. >> dana: a sad update to a story we first reported. a bicyclist after being found face down not breathing has died from his injuries. we first showed you this video 24 hours ago on this unfortunately this bicyclist who was hit by a passing motorist died from his injuries at a local hospital. >> kim: we're focusing on the serial robber behind a string of holdups. he's struck again. this is the ninth time he's held up a local business. the suspect comes in dressed like a business man evident on your screen, button down shirt,
were near rainbow and charleston. the latest two spring mountain and the 15. if you know anything about this crime, even though he's dressed like a business man, in one aspect looks like he has a cap on. take a look at your screen, pretty decent images of this guy. he's a bad dude they want off the street. crime stoppers hot line number where you can remain is on your screen. there is always reward money associated with this if it leads to a conviction. >> dana: american airlines flight made an emergency landing in tampa. landing gear problems made for a traumatic experience for everyone on board. the left side landing gear wouldn't activate. flight attendants had passengers bracing for a crash landing.
landing gear engaged. the plane landed safely after midnight. it was very traumatic for everybody on board. >> kim: coming up this morning on "the today show," we have pictures on your screen as we speak. he is reporting on the condition of ahmad. these man who has been in police custody with that hospital following a shootout just hours background and a possible plot motivation for a series of explosions within the area over the weekend. live reports coming up in just a little while. still to come on this program, firefighters working to put out a big fire destroying parts of the amazon. what official says started that fire and how much land has
rape in a political campaign? joe heck, that's who. the truth is, as attorney general, catherine cortez masto led the fight against crimes like sexual assault and worked with republicans and democrats to make sure rape kits were administered for victims. but in washington, congressman joe heck voted against funding for rape kits. joe heck. lying about rape. part of the problem in washington. i'm catherine cortez masto
stating traits women most dislike in men. >> dana: some of them were seen running and screaming through the halls as far and fast as they could get away. >> jeff: it was an eye opening experience i'm sure. the roadways are looking ok on we have an accident 215 westbound as awe approach green valley parkway. they have it off on the
can have hour. >> dana: automated self-driving cars, they are gaining more popularity across the world including here. we're going to talk about new regulationsing with laid out by the department of transportation. >> kim: you are going to see tim tebow all suited up in baseball gear for
the mets. we know that people just love him here in l.a. he's always a huge hit when he
and the latest nbc news poll showing clinton with a slight lead over donald trump. so she's enjoying a little more support among likely voters as we are now a little more than a month and a half away from the election. the first debate between the two candidates set for next week, las vegas will host the final debate. >> dana: part of the rain forest being destroyed by fire. 39,000 acres destroying many crops in that region. they've had very dry weather there. firefighters don't like that. they'd rather have it humid.
>> kelly: big changes on the way today and in the middle of the week. we have two storm systems heading our way. here is a look at the pahrump valley high school camera from yesterday. these clouds start to roll in being pushed u we're seeing the moisture increasing as well. beautiful sunset too when the sun went down yesterday. 75 is the current temperature at pahrump valley high school. winds not an issue for us right now. i don't think they will be an issue for us today. thursday and friday will be the big wind event. spring value i have you are at 77 right now. little warmer than the last couple of mornings.
like a blanket. here is a look at the showers. most of the activity along intertate 40. i think we're going to see cloudy skies. grab your umbrella, you may need it later. we are looking at the possibility for scattered mainly light showers today. isolated thunderstorms a possibility but highs today overton, look at the difference there. tonight primm you are going down to 62. mesquite 63 for your low. our seven-day forecast all 80's on the whole seven-day forecast plus more chances for rain tomorrow and thursday and very strong winds on thursday as well. >> dana: no more triple digits for probably eight months at least. a lot of people liking that.
ago. metro says they have the shooter in custody. a man who shot another man and a woman at the sixth floor of the parking garage there has been arrested. we'll have the latest in a live report from kendall coming up in about 10 minutes. >> kim: the season premier of the voice airing just a few hours ago on this channel. you'll see one of the most talked about performances that has an old >> dana: mariah has a headliner show on the strip but not for much longer. we're going to tell you why just ahead. >> welcome.
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just outside of cesar's palace. she has called this home since 2015. she has called the coliseum home for the last two years. tickets for her final shows will go on sale this friday. get them quickly because it is expected to sell out in short or the home where he grew up. the house is on the market located about 25 miles west of london. this is his whiled hood home where he grew up with his aunt anted uncle. bring your checkbook. house listed for $620,000 in