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evacuated. a heavy police presence, as you can see here. gerard ramalho joins us live in that area, russell near fort apache with the latest. >> reporter: well, that's right, marie. we are on russell west of grand canyon. russell closed to through traffic. we just spoke to lieutenant troy barrett with metro police and he confirms this is an ongoing situation. at least one suspect is holed up in one unit of the southwest ranch condominium complex. we involved in what was a grocery store robbery earlier today or if he an associate. the apartment that's now hold up belonged to the associate. police say that suspect ran in there and so one of the two is in custody. the other is refusing to come out. s.w.a.t. has been called in. it's an active scene. as a result, some residents have been evacuated and have been told to wait it out.
number of units that had been evacuated nor how long the situation will remain as it is. for now, russell remains closed. there is an active scene with one suspect who potentially could be armed and dangerous and for now residents are being told to wait it out. that's the scene out here. back to you. >> all right. thank you for that. now to the big breaking news we were covering here for you last night. we have new police tell us it was a love triangle behind shooting in the parking garage last night. >> police say the suspect plotted to kill his estranged wife and boyfriend. the victims were shot multiple times. >> that suspect was eventually caught, as we told you, at the va hospital. news 3's antonio castelan brings us up to date on all of today's developments. >> reporter: it's still unclear how police tracked down
county detention center facing two attempted murder charges. investigators say brown tried to kill his estranged wife and wife and her boyfriend. this selfie shows 42-year-old brown and her boyfriend moses short inside an airplane headed to indianapolis on thursday. metro police say four days later on the return, brown's estranged husband, jeffery brown, waited for the couple as they approached their carlocated at mccarran parking garage. they say jeffery brown fired several times at the woman and her boyfriend. the two were hit and rushed to 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. i don't know what's going on up there and so i feel bad for whatever happen and who might have been affected. >> reporter: later that night, police arrested jeffery brown at
police say he gave up peacefully. >> family came into town, was met by an individual that she had former relations with. >> reporter: court records show no divorce. authorities say fortunately, no one else was hurt during this domestic dispute between two -- between two exes. threat to this airport. it's an isolated ins sent. >> reporter: brown and her boyfriend are said to be in stable condition at the hospital. as for brown, he's here with no bail. he's set to appear before a judge tomorrow. antonio castelan, news 3. metro detectives say another man is in jail after neighbors say he killed a couple helping him get back on his feet.
and kellly naples were letting suspect, frank interlicchia, stay with them. according to aens with, she feared for her safety, and called the victims when she noticed interlicchia acting aggressively and saw the suspect beating the two victims. we want to shift to the weather because it's been shifting all day today. and we're getting just a taste of rain in some parts of town throughout the late afternoon. t in just as we're about to mark a new season. cloely beardsley tells us more. >> it certainly feels like fall outside. rightfully so, we are gonna start our first day of fall a few days from now. on thursday is the first official start of the season. you can see cloudy skies, very different picture compared to a few days ago and we're even getting a little bit of moisture as jim pointed out across the valley. mostly to the south of us. you can see some of this
across california, arizona, even parts of southern nevada as well. this is coming from tropical depression payne and you can see some of that right there. but as we get closer to looking at the las vegas valley, not much action going on here. a few neighborhoods have gotten a few drops but nothing too measurable has been seen across the valley. here is a look at the doppler radar. we're dry outside. cloudy skies will continue for the rest of the evening and this shower activity will continue to diminish over the next couple of you can see it's been pretty overcast for most places, even a douse of showers near boulder city earlier today. again, nothing too measurable but we did notice the much cooler temperatures, especially compared to yesterday in the triple digits. right now, we're in the low to mid os across the valley. we're expecting another chance of showers on the horizon later this week. i will show you when we're expecting that in the full weather segment. >> thank you for that. we want to get to the latest
bombings in new york and new jersey. >> here's what we know -- we can tell you that federal charges have been filed against ahmad khan rahami. he faces four different charges, including use of a weapon of mass destruction. also investigators have learned rahami bought bomb ingredients on ebay. in addition, two new jersey police officers wounded have been released in the hospital. >> as he recoverers in the hospital from the wounds he sustained in the fireft investigators. but we have learned that his father angrily called his son a terrorist a couple of years ago after he stabbed his brother in the leg during a fight at home. the fbi investigated at that point. agents determined his father made the assertion in the heat of an argument, found no evidence of a terrorist connection and closed the case. >> why did you call the fbi two
he stashed my son. he hurt my wife and i put him in jail two years ago. >> we also found out he was carrying a ? book when he was cap -- a notebook when he was captured. inside there were references for the boston marathon bombings, fort hood attack, on another note, his w shortly before the bombings. here's apparently in the united arab emirates where authorities have contacted her and say she's cooperating. arson may be to blame for a fire in north las vegas today. there was thick black smoke in the skies. you may have seen them as well as if were approaching north las vegas. two sheds and the nearby power poles were on fire. the fire caused about $100,000
9:00 this morning and saw something that didn't seem right, call crimestoppers at 702-385-5555. the family of an 11-year-old girl who died while sledding up on mount charleston is suing clark county. vanessa lara was with a group of rathers when they went past a barrier that had been installed by the county and started sledding down the hill. she lost control and the sled hit a steel fence. that's what kille the county owns the meadows area, which is a popular sledding some her family accuses the county of negligence in this suit. today commissioners approved more than $158,000 to settle it. new at 7:00, a defense attorney sparked a protest in a clark county courtroom today. erika ballou refused to remove a black lives matter button from her blouse.
first amendment right to show her opinion. the judge said he tries to keep the courtroom free of outside pruneses. -- outside influences. the life is beautiful festival is coming back to las vegas. and the road closures are already starting. 18 square square blocks will be blockedf >> if you haven't been there, you will see that the road closure signs are up and if you head to downtown las vegas for anything else this weekend, just take a look at what is closed 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. >> not everyone thinks the festival is beautiful. hundreds who have no place too
>> as news 3's kelsey thomas, festival organizers decided to do? something for the homeless. >> reporter: this is for those who fall through the cracks. we know some people choose to be homeless but others are waiting for services that gives them a sense of dignity. mike little marquez -- michael marquez is transported by the sounds of the razor. >> it's awesome. >> reporter: when she's not in the saloon, her air stream working on her exclusive clientele. las vegas's homeless. >> they walk away with their pride and know people care. >> 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 we really can't measure
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. >> aren't they fantastic? high five! >> reporter: today's outreach is a one-stop shop for those living along the so-called homeless corridor. >> i was wondering what services you guys are offering today. >> reporter: those like this man can get leads on jobs and places to live. >> just having those services sometimes gives us want to get up and strive forward. >> reporter: but captain walsh admits not everyone wants help. >> i think the bigger challenge is how do we get them help for their addictions. they would rather be on the streets and use drugs than sober in a shelter. >> reporter: for michael marquez, he can't remember the last time he even looked in the mirror. the-- in the mirror andd
>> reporter: part of today is cleaning up the streets. as someone who works down here, i can guarantee you will notice a difference. it's all in preparation for this weekend's life is beautiful festival. kelsey thomas, news 3. back to you. >> preparations go well beyond the music. >> yes. a scene inside a store sparks a storm on social media. >> it show as father pulling his daughter around the grocery getting a lot more than just comments on social media now. police are involved. also, rumors of my death are
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macy has announced their first national hiring day which will take place on september 30th. well, another retailer kohl's has announced they will hire 69,000 associates. target will hire 70,000 and speaking of christmas, you are looking at this tree from wisconsin. it's headed to washington, d.c. to be the official 2016 white house christmas tree. staff members from the white hous t today. can you imagine the pressure picking the tree for the white house? this tree, by the way, comes from a farm outside of green bay. that tree will be cut down and delivered to first lady michelle obama on the steps of the white house after thanksgiving. richard dreyfus wants people to know he's still very much alive. people started posting about his death and you know how that can spread on social media. they apparently confused him with the father of julia
>> richard dreyfus tweeted he's not her dad but appreciated all of the concern. julia gave and a speech announcing her father's passing. let's talk more about this weather because it really changed. we were in triple digits yesty and said i think it's gonna start pouring nearby. weather authorities saying not quite that severe. >> no. just the friendly raindrops and a few more showers are still possible. but nowhere near our neighbors in california and arizona are seeing. they are getting the bulk of the storm activity. but we are gonna see our fair share of chaos when this comes to weather later on this week. i mean that in the form of winds. with you you know, we saw the
these were just sent in. tj miller took this photo at the motor speedway. you can see the beautiful colors in the sky line. if you have pictures, send them in. we're still seeing very cloudy conditions. it will remain cloudy throughout the evening. still have the chance of showers in the forecast. i will tell you when we can expect that. but going over what happened this afternoon, it was a day full of clouds. some ppl water on lake mead. overcast conditions near boulder city and a splash of showers, very light rain. nothing too measurable across the area. enough for you to notice it's raining. more of an annoyance. our friends at mount charleston getting a little bit of rain activity across the valley, mostly saw the increased cloud cover. a few neighborhoods did see a few sprinkle but nothing too measurable for today. outside temperatures are a lot
moment. winds are continuing out of the south. one thing you will notice if you take a walk outside is the increased humidity all across the area. 58 at the lake. 61% relative humidity for the downtown area. so very un-vegas-like right now. the culprit is because of the remnants from tropical depression payne. and you can see the moisture fueling all across west. you can see right there, especially arizona. little bits of rain you can see across portions of southern nevada but we've remained for the most part fairly dry over the last few hours. a few bits of high level moisture. here's what we're expecting through the evening. showers diminishing and winds will pick up by the middle of the workweek as a second storm rips through allowing for a few hazards. we'll talk about them. a fire weather watch has been issued by the national weather service for a good chunk of the
dry conditions. we're looking at relative humidity under 15% and gusty winds up to 40, 45 miles an hour creating that critical fire weather if the fire starts, it could spread quickly. here is a look regionally. 46 on the mountain. mid-50s for pahrump and 74 for lake mead. highs tomorrow will be a little bit warmer than today. still going to see a chance of thunderstorms later on in the seeing that. we'll wake up to a lot of clouds in the morning. 83 degrees by noon and the best chances of showers will be in the afternoon maxing out right around 88 degrees. winds will pick up later on in the day. you can see calm conditions for the beginning, though, beginning of the day and as we look ahead to the next few days, it's not gonna stay calm. as that second storm moves in, not only are we gonna expect the wind speeds to kick up to 40 miles an hour.
>> all right. bring on fall. >> yeah. we're ready. it's been a heck of a summer. [laughter] >> we're done. >> thank you. all right. now to a story that's going viral. a woman calls 911 concerned about the way this father is disciplining his daughter. >> yeah, take a close look. this all happened in the small town of cleveland, texas. those photos a man gripping a child's hair on a walmart shopping cart. a customer who said she observed the incident took the photos, said sh the man told her to mind her own business. >> while he was dragging her, she's saying, please stop. you are hurting me. i promise i won't do it again. please stop. please stop. people are saying, i embarrassed this man. that little gill was embarrassed in walmart. >> witnesses say that father eventually let his daughter go. police are now looking into this. >> this is getting a lot of talk
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