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>> reporter: there is another late-breaking development. police as of a few minutes ago has closed russell heading south. the intersection of russell and fort apache is as far as you can go. we have an active scene. this developing as we speak. we've seen s.w.a.t. teams arrive moments ago. i'm gonna show you the actual scene in question. you see a lot of cars that are parked up here along the side of the road. and/or s.w.a.t. cars or police cars. there are dozens of over -- of officers at the scene. we're witnessing the second of two incidents that are connected. according to police, this began as an armed robbery at a screens store. -- at a convenience store. one suspect barricaded himself in the apartment complex. there was a standoff.
they got word there was a second suspect who was believed armed and dangerous also holed up in an apartment or residence in the area. as you mentioned, there's one apartment complex that's been evacuated as a result of all of this and now residents are being told that they are not going to be able to access this street at all. we have an active scene out here, potentially armed and dangerous suspect being apprehended or in pursuit of police trying to track him down. that's the scene here live. gerard ramalho, back to you. >> a big show of force. we'll stay on top of it. now to the love triangle that was behind a chaotic shooting outside of mccarran international airport. that's what police are saying who also tell us that the suspect, the man on the right, plotted to kill his estranged wife and her boyfriend once they got to the airport. >> yeah. if you were with us this time last know, this was major
turns out the victims were shot multiple times. >> that suspect eventually caught at a va hospital. news 3's antonio castelan joins us live outside of the clark county jail. so antonio, do you know how authorities were able to track down this man? >> reporter: marie, it's unclear how police tracked down jeffery brown to the va medical center. the 68-year-old is at the clark county detention center facing two counts of attempted murder. investigators say brown tried to boyfriend. this selfie shows 42-year-old brun and her boyfriend moses inside anary -- and airplane on thursday. jeffery brown waited for the couple as they approached their carlocated at the long-term parking garage. detectives say jeffery brown fired several times at his
the hospital. brown sped off in a ford escape. the shooting caused havoc outside of the airport. this traveler had no idea what was happening. >> frustrating. you know, i don't know what's going on up there. i feel bad for whatever happened and who might have been affected. >> reporter: later that night police arrested jeffery brown at the north las vegas veterans affairs medical center. police say he gave up peacefully. >> family came into town, was met by had former relationship with. >> reporter: court records show no divorce between the two and there was no criminal history of the 68-year-old man accused of trying to kill hess wife and her boyfriend. no one else was hurt. >> most importantly, we want to stress there's been no significant threat to this airport. unfortunately, this is -- it's
and her boyfriend are in stable condition at sunrise hospital. as for jeffery brown, he has no bail and he's expected to appear before a judge tomorrow. jim and marie? >> all right, antonio. thank you for following up on that. let's turn the page and talk about our weather now. when you woke up this morning, you saw the gray. probably wondering hey, something is coming up. >> yeah, we saw a little light rain. so light you could count the individual drops. news 3 is your tell us where the sprinkles have been and what's in store for later tonight. >> we call that diet rain when it's that light. we've had this big wad of water to the south, southern california, arizona. not a whole lot of success moving into clark county. i think during the evening hours, south of boulder city, laughlin, searchlight, decent chance to get lane showers.
that later this evening but it won't be anything, if at all, extensive. one key ingredient, though, is much cooler air. remember last night at this time, we were around 100. now we're in the 70s. humidity is up. but we're in the 70s. full with some definite hurdles in a few minutes. >> we'll talk to you then. thank you. metro detectives tell us a man is in custody after neighbors told him he killed a couple getting him feet. the crime scene is palo verde. >> reporter: jim, the crime scene tape is still up. the suspect did live with the couple. their names are kelly and robin naples. they all lived together at the
was trying to get back on his feet. the witness feared for her safety and called the two victims over to try to help her out when she noticed the suspect, frank, interlicchia, was acting aggressively, she saw the suspect beat the two victims. they went into an apartment. she heard the commotion and called 911. that's when officers arrived and found two people dead inside that apartment. listen how this couple's kindness somehow led to their death. >> we've always loved to help people in any way we could. and he surely was a very good example of that. how this could have possibly happened today, we're all in shock. there's no words to describe it. >> even when he didn't have money, he still had the biggest heart.
wife's life. >> thank god the police responded when they did and my mother wasn't a victim. i was at work when this all happened. >> reporter: and you can see that officer standing there. those two people you just saw those interviews from were just led into their apartment which is right next to where all of this violence happened. again, frank interlicchia remains in custody tonight. we'll have more on this story as we get it. this crime scene tape and this investigation expected to last reporting live, sergio avila, news 3, back to you in the studio. >> thank you. new at 6:00, a family of an 11-year-old girl who slid while sledding on mount charleston has settled a lawsuit in clark county. in 2013, vanessa lara was with others when they went beyond a barrier and started sledding down. she lost control and the sled hit a steel fence. lara later died at the hospital. the county owns the area which
her parents and brother filed a negligence lawsuit against the county. today commissioners approved more than $15,000 settlement initially approved by the d.a.'s office. a lot of tough questions over the plan to build a stadium for the raiders to play here in southern nevada. we're still waiting on the goer to set the date for a special session where lawmakers will have the final day. but today, some members had a lot of questions they faced. all day at the government center. not everyone is cheering this plan. >> reporter: that's right, jim. good evening to you. you know, the legislation is still being written up at the state capitol. the ink is not even dry. but today, the seven people who may have to implement all of this threw up red flags. the commission is weighing in because they may have to carry out what state lawmakers decide. they would implement tax hikes.
commissioner steve siseleck sat on the committee. it was recommended to raise rooms to build the stadium. >> they are great questions. there's a tremendous amount -- when you can see the questions that the commission had, you know the amount of questions that the public has. >> reporter: his colleagues had a lot of questions about the package that tourism committee passed, not just to build the stadium but expand expansion center. this commissioner had a lot of questions. >> i want to make sure we're getting officers in all of the right places. >> reporter: the headline has been the stadium. sheldon adeleson is pitching in $650 million. the raiders $500.
pay $750 million. there will be jobs and an economic boost. commissioner giunchigliani asked for today's discussion. did you hear what you needed to hear today? >> not everything. >> reporter: she wants the private sector to pick up the full stadium tab. >> i don't think the governor has the rights to be able to pass this. so i think they will be very cautious about how they approach this. >> reporter: and back now live here at commission chambers, this they want to have another meeting to talk about what is in front of state lawmakers. live here in las vegas, jeff billen, news 3. back to you. >> a lot of steps in the process still ahead of us. i know you will stay on top of this fors. thousands will flock to downtown las vegas to celebrate the fact that life is beautiful. >> it really is. so is the festival of the same name, of course. but not all who call downtown las vegas home will get to take part.
welcome back. it's a celebration of great music, food, and art. the life is beautiful festival is coming back
to downtown las vegas this weekend. and the road closures are already starting. 18 square blocks will be blocked off for the huge party. >> this really is a huge party. this event will include comedians as part of the lineup this year. it begins friday and runs
las vegas for anything else, you have to look at what is closed and what's oopen. from las vegas boulevard on the west over to 11th street on the east, then from bridger to stewart, much of that will be closed off. the entrance to life is beautiful is at fremont and 7th. >> that's one of the reasons not everyone who lives downtown is so beautiful. hundreds who have no place to call home will be overrun by the crowds. >>es to do something for the homeless. >> news 3's kelsey thomas is live downtown, where some of them are getting help right now. >> reporter: well, jim, this is for those who fall through the cracks, this is where they end up. some people choose to be homeless, but others are waiting for services that give them a sense of dignity. michael marquez is transported
this is great. >> reporter: when he's not in the summerlin, julie adams is in her air stream working on her exclusive clientele. las vegas's homeless. >> they walk away with their pride and know that people care about them. >> reporter: these men and women are so used to being avoided. >> being on the street and living away from the norms of society really have an impact that h as how that dehumanizes people where they think the world has forgotten about them. >> reporter: captain andrew from metro police and so many others saw a need and came together with the help of life is beautiful. >> if they want to rise up and find hope, they can. >> high five. >> reporter: today's outreach is a one-stop for those living along the so-called homeless corridor. >> i was wondering what services
can get leads on jobs and places to live. >> just having those services give us the will to get up and strive forward. >> reporter: but captain walsh admits not everyone wants help. >> i think the bigger challenge, how do we get them help for their addictions. they would rather be on the street using drugs than in a shelter sober. >> reporter: for michael marquez, he can't remember the last time he even looked in the mirror and liked what was looking back at >> i feel like a million bucks, like a new man, ready to conquer the world. >> reporter: so part of today including cleaning up the streets surrounding downtown las vegas. as someone who works down here, i can guarantee you you will notice a difference, and it's all in preparation for the festival. kelsey thomas, news 3. now the question is will the
pretty gray. let's check in with our weather authority, kevin janison. you've been watching the radar. >> you will be able to work your vocal cords, do some thing along with the band. by that time, the weather will be in tip-top shape. in the meantime, we have a couple of feed bumps to get over. first the clouds and, boy, did they come in beautifully. just lifted enough at the lower elf wills of the horizon to capture this gorgeous sunset. this -- this only lasted for five minutes. was hoping to see a repeat this morning with the sunrise. but all we got was this hole in the clouds. clouds streaming into the east side of town, really south and east. the west side started with sunshine, some blue sky out there. but that really didn't last too long. here come the clouds swallowing the up the sky and areas of sprinkle or light rain. got a camera looking over boulder city, here you go.
they are gonna hit right there. that's about. about ten of them. we might get ten more. actually areas of boulder city south have the better chance for rain. 77 degrees and 52% up near nellis. next stop, college and 95 and henderson, 73 and 61%. we're juiced. big contrast from yesterday. feeling really good after yesty mountain is at 56. pahrump, a little more saturday night. 80. boulder city is coming in at 73. weird day with the temperatures because the high of 86 was just after midnight. this afternoon, the high temperature was warmer than 83. tomorrow we start at about 70 degrees. we'll work our way to the mid- to upper 80s in the afternoon. here's something that will get your attention, that breeze picks up late in the day,
we've been watching this train of moisture working to our south. big areas of rain and nothing really too heavy. i think areas south of boulder city will have a good chance of this arm of the rain. starts taking aim at us, maybe southern parts of the valley. but that's a big maybe. all we've had so far are a couple of areas of sprinkles. that's dissipated. keep your eye out on the doppler. with all of the moisture in place, that's gonna give us a chance for thunderstorms in the afternoom when the strong winds fire up. tonight, the mountain is going down to 46. 54 in pahrump. tomorrow's high, 93 at the lake. 89 in mesquite. the mountain, 65. death valley is still triple digits. the! looking at a low of 69. tomorrow's bounceback will be 88 with the extra sunshine and this unstable juiced environment, there is a chance for a thunderstorm, although tomorrow
north of las vegas. today it was south. tomorrow north. big winds on thursday, gusts over 40 miles an hour. those winds linger into friday. saturday maybe a couple of breezes but there's your weekend forecast for life is beautiful. may i just say weather is beautiful, too. >> yeah, it is. >> mid-80s with lows in the 60s. >> perfect. >> they should play all night long. >> speaking of which, i saw lionel richie down there a couple of weeks stable? >> absolutely. >> there was such a mixed-age crowd. everyone was singing along to every single song. >> he's lionel richie. come on. >> thank you. well, this saturday should be a beautiful day for a cruise around the red rock scenic loop. we have an even better treat. it's free. red rock canyon national conservation area celebrating national public lands day and
the loop, the hiking trails and climbing areas. the fees remain for overnight camping and groups. this is just for saturday, not sunday. an arrest warrant leads to a deadly shooting at a casino. >> coming up, what happened after the man was shot by police. and then an air force spy plane crashes in northern california. what we're learning about the accident that claimed the life of one of the congressman heck's become part of the problem in washington. heck voted to protect perks for politicians like himself, allowing congressmen to travel on private jets at taxpayer expense and voted members of congress, like himself, taxpayer-funded healthcare for life.
crimestoppers at 702-385-5555. one air force pilot was killed. another injured when they ejected before the plane crashed in northern california. you can see the scorch land where the plane went down. it was a u2 spy plane. it's been around for years used for surveillance. the pilots were on a training pilot when something went wrong after takeoff. getting an earful from lawmakers today. >> you should resign and give back the money that you took while this scam was going on. >> that's senator elizabeth warren lashing out at john stump. you will here more of her accusations of what he was getting while the scandal was unfolding. and the new federal charges filed against new york and
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oklahoma. >> this new aerial video shows 40-year-old terse crutcher with -- terence crutcher walking to his car with his arms up and then was fatally shot by a white police officer. his suv broke down and he was waiting for help. officer betty shelby reported to dispatchers that crutcher was not cooperating. other officers arrive and police