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dismembering her body is up for parole. coming up we'll tell you who is trying to keep him behind bars. >> kim: that was a school we're book picture because we're talking about a former teacher who will face the music after being accused of sex with a student. >> dana: good morning. the dawn glow has arrived on this final full day of it is september 21. a wednesday morning. welcome in. we're the wagners. >> kim: we got a war shack test. many of you waking up to a dirty car because if you were driving around yesterday, you may have been sprinkled on. kim and dana checking in with kelly and jeff. kelly, you did give us the heads up and boy did you nail the forecast. we had drops and sounds like the active weather not done this week.
vegas. there are some parts of the viewing area seeing light showers. we're getting ready for the sun to come up with clouds in the east. 76-degrees at 9:00 a.m. by noon 82. at 4:00 our high 86 and chance of showers throughout the day. tomorrow the winds are about to get going. we're going to take a look that the coming up. >> jeff: 15 southbound slowing down a little bit as you speeds of 15 miles per hour. 10 minute commute wean the bowl and 215 so it is slow moving. life is beautiful coming up this weekend. closures in effect that include seventh through ninth street. another update in 10 minutes. >> kim: life may be beautiful but this is an ugly update we have to share with you right now
started talking about a local teenager. we know this teenager lost his life after crashing his motorbike into an s.u.v. on the far west side of town. happening just before 7:00 last night. according to local police this 16-year-old on the dirt bike ran a red light and slammed into the s.u.v. the rider dying on scene. the woman was take on the a hospital with minor injuries. doesn't look likhe because of this accident. >> dana: a gruesome scene playing out near the thomas and mack center. a man covered in blood and people who saw this called 911. they found two people murdered inside their own home. >> michelle: police say that the suspect that they have in custody was temporarily livering with these victims and the two victims were trying to help the man get back on his feet and get
happened on tuesday. the ex-wife of one of the victims says that her exhusband kelly and his wife robin naples were trying to help frank get back on his feet. but instead they ended upbeaten to death in their own home. police arrested him in connection to the double murder yesterday. police believe it was possible he used either a baseball bat or hammer. while neighbors suspect that drugs were involved, police are mary kay who has two daughters with naples said he was known for his generosity. >> helping somebody that was down and out on his luck. that's just sad. my two daughters have lost their father. >> relatives of the victims tell us the suspect was recently kicked out of a nearby apartment and he was known to have a drug
carolina specifically charlotte. check out the scene. this is a busy interstate. this was the scene following a deadly shooting of an african-american man. as you can see, it was complete chaos. the streets of charlotte, north carolina we've been able to check out through live pictures this morning are quiet following this video from hours ago. it was angry protests that took over the interstate following this deadly police shootingf armed. authorities using tier gas trying to break up the demonstrations. 12 officers were injured and marked police vehicles were destroyed in all the chaos you are seeing. within the television footage it showed dozens of people on interstate 85 looting semitrucks and setting their contents on fire on the highway. we've been able to check out
where they will be reporting live and because this is a developing story, don't be surprised if they do a brand new west coast version for all of you this morning. >> dana: a local man convicted of killing his wife nine years ago facing the parole board. he could get out of prison. the daughter of the murder victim fighting to keep his mother's killer behind bars. this is the guy we're talking about. he pled guilty to charges of murdering his wifeos decade ago. jan's daughter is headed to the hearing. she's going to be there today pushing to keep him locked up. he left his wife's body in a recliner for three days after he killed her. then he dismembered her body before scattering it in trash bins near their apartment. the remains of her have never been found. >> for the safety of my family and the safety of the community
to have on the streets. >> dana: she says he's not a safe man to have out on the streets. that daughter there she was given up for adoption as a baby only getting to know her mother when she was murdered. perkins now says she's fighting for all victims of domestic abuse. >> imagine being the local police officer on the receiving end of this conversation. he approaches a local teacher with a student and the teacher responded yes it's true. we take you to craig standing by at the regional justice center. good morning. >> good morning, kim and to you at home. five counts of committing sex with a students. that is what police say former teacher frank bare admitted. after his arrest a lot of information came forward. he said that a female student
this morning scheduled for sentencing. the crime happened in march of this year. he chose not to go to trial. the student admitted to having sex with him five times, twice in the classroom and three times in his van. they exchanged explicit photographs. this happened at a school legacy high. the arrest report stated the contact began when the girl was 17 and she's 18 now. th that is a law there that says a teacher can't have sexual or romantic relationships with their students. i'll be in court for the sentencing. with his admission to police give him any leniency from the judge? we'll find out. >> kim: not often we don't have to rely on a mug shot we can go to a local school yearbook to
interest. >> dana: a local man going to spend the rest of his life behind bars for his role in a murder for hire plot against a nellis airman. this is the nellis airman that was murdered inside his own garage. he was heading to work at nellis one morning when this man cory hawkins pulled the trigger and murdered him. he was hired by his wife. this man was also there that morning. michael rodriguez. he is spending lifeeh along with nathan's wife who is also spending life behind bars. cory hawkins pled guilty in this case because he wanted to avoid the death penalty. he was sentenced to life behind bars without the possibility of parole. >> kim: it was a deadly plot to kill. this morning on this wednesday it has not turned deadly but certainly could have.
was shut down because the man on the left went to that parking garage and waited for the two people on the right and once he saw them fired upon them. metro saying jeffrey brown plotted to kill that estranged wife who you saw in the picture with her boyfriend once they returned home from a trip to i understand indianapolis. he waited in that garage and once he saw them opened fire. from what we understand this morning on this wednesday, both of those victims are in condition at sunrise hospital. from the initial reporting we got on this case, when they were taken to the hospital they were conscious and talking. jeffrey brown surrendered peacefully to police a few hours later at a local v.a. center. >> dana: the weather is going to be perfect for a drive around the red rock loop this saturday and it's going to be free out there. red rock canyon celebrating
admission fees are going to be waived for the loop, the 13 miles out there. and the beautiful hiking trails they have. however, the fees do remain for overnight camping and large groups. remember this is for saturday, not sunday. if you want to get out there and enjoy red rock for free, get out there on saturday. >> kim: still to come this morning new information concerning the bombing suspect out of new york and new jersey. what he's cued of buying on ebay. h >> dana: one 911 dispatcher
getting a call they couldn't do anything about.
>> kim: two years ago the f.b.i. looked into him but came one nothing tying him to terrorism. on the topic of terrorism we have the police chief out of boston this are way too many similarities when it looks at the boston marathon bombing case. >> it's troubling when someone tries to replicate what happened on that tragic day. >> that was five days of hell in this city physically and mentally for everybody involved. it's troubling that someone would replicate that.
replicate that. we know that pressure cookers were used in both cases. ramblings within journals were found in both cases and in both cases the f.b.i. questioned both people before the >> dana: these attacks are the new normal in america. the new york police department john miller a former news reporter will provide testimony to that house committee today. >> kim: troubling news out of northern california that has to do with a crash of a spy plane
we know by now one pilot was killed and another suffered some injuries after ejecting. this was from i didn't do morning. the plane was carrying an vector and student conducting routine training. the air force reporting it's the first crash in some 20 years of a u2. they are working to find out what went wrong. the crash left airmen and women with heavy hearts at the air going to be made immediately regarding the future of those flights. >> dana: happening today the house committee on oversight and government reform is going to hold a bipartisan hearing to address the pharmaceutical company that increased the prices of the epi pen. the c.e.o. will testify about the price hikes. this epi pen went from $100 to
have said they are concerned that mile racist and hateful wad that milan was deron discern. >> kim: the head of wells fargo having to answer tough questions on the hill. here is jeff. >> jeff: w this wednesday not seeing any delays. as far as the traffic goes, accident free on the freeways. you are looking at 32 as you make your way n.15 southbound between the bowl and tropicana 7 minutes and one hour an 8 minute commute as long as we don't have
you can give us updates on your commute. download it from the app store and google play. just don't give us update from behind the wheel. we have a waze user telling us about a disabled vehicle on the airport connector. >> let's get a check of the forecast with kelly. >> kelly: we're waiting for the sun to come up in a little less than 10 minutes as we take a live look outside. we see clouds as we look to the east. a lot valley this morning. grab your sunglasses and keep the umbrella handsy. there is a slight chance of showers in the forecast. temperatures in the upper 60's. a sweater heading out the door. summerlin 68 right now. a little muggy out there as well. we have showers near search light and bull head city.
to the north and east. las vegas expected to stay dry this morning. this is associated with pain but we have next system dipping down from the pacific northwest. you see the rain showers across the northwestern portions of our state. this going to collide with the moisture from pain and sweep it off to the east bringing in much drier air and windy conditions. so much so that the national weather service has already issued a wind advicery and fire warning. 45. makes driving difficult for high profile vehicles too. todd 86. winds not bad but there is a slight chance for showers. don't wash your car today. tonight a chance for showers that come to an end early tomorrow morning. the showers come to an end early tomorrow morning. drier air moves in and then strong winds for tomorrow. we're talking morning lows in
80's. >> kim: a 911 dispatcher in massachusetts gets quite the unusual emergency call. >> no way you can help me then is there? >> where exactly are you calling from? >> england. >> yeah,. >> yeah, that is across the ponds. when he got that 911 call from the woman in england she was trying to report a hit and run. she was a witness emergency, they had a good laugh when she realized her mistake. he said to her ma'am, i think it's going to take at least six hours for us to respond to this. how could something like this happen? well the caller said she used a digital assistant with microsoft that's similar to siri and she thinks that is what led to the mixup. >> dana: we have a live look out of new york city, not far from there, "the today show."
lot of blue sky over the valley and cool temperatures heading out the door. showers still lingering in the area. east of the area as well. las vegas expected to stay dry this morning as you are heading out to work. keep the umbrella handy. pahrump 67 as you are stepping out the door. as we head into the afternoon, highs today in the upper 80's. that is below normal. going to get the seven-day forecast coming up. >> kim: kim kardashian has to walk around like this to hold up her best friend. that huge diamond on her ring. we have another diamond in the news this morning. >> dana: tom and debbie, they lost a necklace that was important to her and earrings as well. they were in a restaurant when the ceiling collapsed and they
and her earrings in there. the couple drive over to arkansas and there is a place called crater of diamonds. they found this diamond. that diamond is twice as big as the one she lost. >> kim: i didn't see the original but that is quite the sparkler. i have a feeling the replacement diamond is sitting fine with m. don king in the mix. live pictures in cleveland right now where trump is holding an event with pastors. i'm looking at the stage right now with so many of you. there is don king waiving the flag sitting down to the far right. donald trump chartable organization under fire this morning on "the today show" peter alexander explores coming up in a little more than a half
>> dana: don king is the old boxes promotor. >> kim: his hair looks like a troll. his hair stands up on end although it is not green. >> dana: this is a wedding party. they are not holding flowers. what are they holding and why? [ fly buzzing ] did you know people can save over $500 when they switch to progressive? did you brush your hair today? no reason. we are one nation under god. that black and white, wewe are e 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? they'd be carried out in a stretcher, folks. i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot
>> dana: why 21 states including nevada are fighting it. >> kim: housing our vets. it is shame informal our community you
can drive around and see local veterans sleeping on the street. but a new program to change all of that and we have answers headed your way. >> i feel very sorry. that's a sad story and unfortunate for a family.
jolie and brad pitt are getting a divorce. now we're hearing that brad pitt may be associated with a new lover. we'll tell you who that is coming up. good morning. welcome in on this wednesday september 21. sun coming up here just about 10 minutes ago on the final full day of summer. >> kim: the cloud formation to the left looks like don the break. don king who is a well known local promotor taking us back to the years of mohammad alley. >> thank you for waking up with us. >> dana: let's begin with the traffic portion.
turning our attention tension to main and fremont as people make their way down for life is beautiful. seventh, eight ninth an more closures to come as we approach that festival. 54 miles per hour on 15 southbound as make your way through the bowl. everything else clear. sees what it's like as you step outside, here is kelly. >> as you are we have clouds as you look off to the east. a lot of blue sky over the valley. temperatures nice and cool to start this day. we're looking at temperatures in the upper 60's. by noon 82 and our high today is 86. there is a slight chance of showers today. we'll talk about when and where coming up. >> kim: local police are investigating a double murder at a local home. we have to be honest here the details are down right disturbing.
man beat a couple to death and they don't know whether it was with a hammer or possibly a baseball bat. this is at someoneson and police called out yesterday afternoon. a woman who knew the couple said they were trying to help a man get bang on his feet and letting him stay with them. that man who had been staying with them is under arrest this morning facing murder charges. 3. >> dana: a suspected robber waking up behind bars here in the valley after nearly five hour standoff with police. this happened in the southwest last night and you can see the police officers rushed to the scene and surrounded this apartment complex. this happened yesterday evening around 5:00 after a robbery at the green valley grocery happened yesterday afternoon around 2:306789 police say a couple of people involved in
clerk made off with an undies closed amount of money. went off to this neighborhood near russell and grand canyon. swat surrounded the place. one guy tries to sneak out on foot. they catch him. five hours later the other man involved came out peacefully. >> kim: this one could fire you up and depending on how it affects you could be for different reasons. 21 states led by ours, is the state of nevada are rule that would make more workers eligible for overtime pay. the lawsuit asking the court to block it before implementing it. it would repeal the white collar exception. it would more than double the annual salary threshold the $46,000 under which employers must pay overtime to the workers. nevada attorney general says the rule would hurt the private and
>> who knew butterflies like to sleep in? especially on wednesdays. kendall joins us live where we checked in last hour and the butterflies were sleeping. are they up and about? >> they are not. they are still sleeping. they have not had their coffee yet. i don't know if i've ever seen a butterfly sleeping. i can tell you here they are. you can see them perched on t we are inside butterfly habitat that will be open through the fall. come on down, they have a couple hundred butterflies in here. when they get up and going you can site on wake one the cw. once the sun gets them up and moving they'll be flying around the area. you can see beautiful butterflies and plants. this one is beautiful. he was flapping a little bit. i was talking and could see the inside of his wings were blue.
kids. to get in the butterfly habitat $3 for nonmembers and $2 for members. they are starting to wake up but i'm not going to disturb them too much. next hour on wake one the cw i promise they will be up and moving. you can see these butteli awake here on news 3. >> kim: evidence that kendall is not a mother because any mom would go in there and shake around the branches to wake them up. they should be very lucky you are the reporter this morning. thank you for that. a thousand homes for homeless veterans just breaks your heart to drive around our community and see homeless veterans just
that has nothing to do with the government. this is a local nonprofit telling us they have a goal to help out the most vulnerable in our community. it's veteran village expanding. they have a couple of new locations and plans for self-contained housing units made from old shipping containers to help out our veterans who need our help desperately. they aproud housing and addiction treatment and job services to thets they pay what they can just determined on a case by days basis. >> we decided we're not going to sit around and just be comfortable with 150 people a night. we wanted to make a commitment to 1,000 people a night. >> kim: that village has seen increased donations not just from private citizens and locals but also local business leaders.
>> dana: most bridle parties carry flowers on the big day. not these guys. what they are carrying and why. plus -- >> kim: it's supposed to be blind auditions so how did miley cyrus and blake know exactly who was belting out the tunes? details headed 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.
i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. i know more about isis then the generals do. he's not a war hero, he's
a war hero because he was captured. i like people that weren't captured ok. donald trump compared his sacrifices to the sacrifices of two parents who lost their son in war. how would you answer that father? what sacrifice have you made for your country? i think i've made a lot of sacrifices, built great structures. i've had tremendous success, i think...
they are coon hound boxer mixes. in the sent we are the bride is biggie smalls who is a pit bull pup. all the puppies are now up for adoption. when it comes to the names martha abigail and the like, they are all named after original first ladies. >> dana: the gallons are loving it and the dudes too. >> jeff: gives awe any meaning ate is running a little slowly. same for 515 coming in from henderson. we are accident free on this wednesday. summerlin parkway eastbound currently 8 minutes. the traffic ahead forecast showing in one hour if it clears up you are looking at six minutes. 15 southbound 7 minutes from the bowl to tropicana. we'll keep our fingers crossed.
>> kelly: dry conditions in the valley this morning and showers to the south. check out this live picture. we have pretty colors on the clouds right now. temperatures heading out the door it is 64 and relative humidity at '6"%. a little bit of a frizzy hair day for us. 86 with a chance of showers this afternoon. >> dana: another prominent republican supporting hillary and this one is really unusual.
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-- uding banks who caused the housing crisis. it's clear what joe heck's priorities are, and families like mine get left behind. narrator: afscme people is responsible
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more on what is going to happen to this teacher today. >> he was an english teacher at legacy high school accused of having sex way student. he said the student made advances toward him and he responded to the advances. he will be sentenced this morning in the case which he admitted to having guilty in. i'll be in court at 8:00 this morning. we'll see if his guilt plays any role in leniency from the judge. >> dana: thank you. another prominent republican coming out for hillary clinton. this time it is a former president. kathleen kennedy town send who is the daughter of robert
said he will support clinton over trump. this is expected considering trump took a lot of shots not only at george h.w. but at george w. during the campaign. this is highly unusual when a former president does not support the candidate from his own party. >> kim: talking finances with those candidates a >> it's unethical to use chartable to pay for expenses they were to be paying for out of their own pocket. >> clinton is more of the same. more taxes, more regulation. >> kim: that is donald trump's running mate mike pence talking about how hillary clinton continues to raise dollars. let's go back to the first
about donald trump's organization paying personal expenses through his chartable donations s. that what is at issue essentially? >> exactly. this broke with the washington post. there were several incidents including two large ones totaling more than a quarter million dollars where donald trump was sued, trump settled the lawsuit but instead of paying a fine, he said i'll give money to your favorite charity. he didn't use his perso or business funds through the lawsuit to do that. he paid that through his foundation, charity foundations are not supposed to pay what was a fine for a settlement of a lawsuit. and so now the new york attorney general who is already looking into the trump foundation wants
he said i'll give money tie veterans organization. he didn't. his foundation d. the second time a guy got a hole in one at a charity golf tournament at a golf course and was supposed to win a million dollars for that. trump didn't pay him and they got into a lawsuit. trump said i'll give $158,000 to your favorite charity and the foundation paid that too. that's what that sound bite was about. that's why he's got to attorney foundation. this is a foundation that has trump's name but he hasn't put his own money into it for almost 10 years. >> he has don king on the stump for him currently in cleveland. checking out the live pictures of the pastor's meeting being held. we'll see how that plays out throughout the day. on wednesday we wear some form of pink.
sha sweater on. thank you for that. we'll see you tomorrow on the program. >> dana: president obama addressing the united nations for the final time. all of us can do better when it comes to housing refugees, especially people who are trying to escape war torn syria. he says that every country needs to take in more hot seat , the c.e.o. of wells fargo taking tough questions just hours ago. started up yesterday and this morning it will be the c.e.o. of milan in the hot seat. here is how it played out yesterday. employees opened up more than 2 million unauthorized accounts in order to meet sales goals. accounts those customers never authorized.
taking the heat yesterday. no one fired so far. wells fargo employees say they were pressured to meet unrealistic sales goals so they opened up the bogus accounts so they wouldn't lose their jobs. the head facing the music here has refused to step down despite calls for him to quit. >> dana: that was a attack yesterday from elizabeth warren. how is the traffic looking out >> jeff: looking good. we have closures in effect for life is beautiful. we're talking about seventh, eight, ninth street and fremont. tomorrow closures at stewart. a lot of people descending on this area at main and freemont for that festival. more closures to come i'll talk about the rest of the week. 23 miles per hour on 15 southbound.
>> kelly: you are going to want to grab the sunglasses and aid sweater heading out the door this morning. temperatures on the cool side. blue sky over the valley but clouds around the edges. as we look to the west, can't make out the spring mountains, they are covered in clouds this morning. we are looking at a chance for showers later today. temperatures as you step out the door downtown 68. mountains edge 67. centennial you are at 68 this morning. temperatures will be rising into the mid 80's which is below normal for this time of year. we have rain showers to talk about toward arizona. and into search light. these showers all moving to the north and east. those showers still associated with that tropical depression that will be making land fall today. we have another system working in. this one bringing strong winds,
fire weather warning and wind advisory in place for tomorrow. today's high below normal. indian springs 81. boulder city 86. 86 in las vegas as well. partly sunny skies. chance for showers today that will linger into early tomorrow morning before much drier windy conditions move n. high tomorrow 81. the weekend looking picture perfect. >> dana: time for the water cooler on this wednesday morning. hours ago on this voice" season 11. have you these judges who try to convince these singers to join their team. this one of the new judges miley cyrus bringing out the big guns last night. >> you sounded like a rock and roll dolly parton to me. it was high and sweet and had so much growl and power. dolly did stairway to heaven. that is what that reminded me of.
for you then. can you turn around and look at that screen quickly. >> hey everybody it's dolly. you have got to pick miley because she's my god daughter. >> bring out dolly parton trying to convince that sing tore join her team. blind auditions continue next week here on channel 3. kathy baits kissing the ground in hollywood. you got a hollywood walk of fame star. i can't believe itak she won an oscar for that movie back in the 90's "misery." she was great. she has her own star on the hollywood walk of fame. george clooney is great friends with angelina jolie and brad pitt. we were shocked to find out these two are going to get a divorce. you know how george found out? here is how. >> i feel very sorry.
unfortunate for a family about a family. i feel sad to hear that. that's the first i've heard of it. >> dana: that's how he found out. this trailer came out yesterday. you see steamy love scenes between brad pitt and his costar for a new movie called allied. this is par mont picture and a love story senate world war ii. some people say there is a interest between them hands may have led to the divorce yesterday, is that true? >> i watch e! entertainment because i'm here for you and they say there is no truth to that. that is not the case at all. >> dana: there is a little history here. mr. and ms. smith. he was married to jen and then
>> kim: we encourage you to watch more local news on the cw las vegas with our friends. >> krystal: good morning guys. thank you for being with us. >> jeff: police investigating a double murder here in our valley. how an act of kindness led to the death of those two people. >> krystal: and fighting with a student. it's going viral. it was going down. what led to that and what are the repercussions both of them oh facing. >> jeff: getting personal with mike tieson. would he change anything about his life if we could and who is in his ear giving him encouragement during his one-man
what kind of person would misuse the topic of 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.
e cortez masto and i approve this message. good morning. breaking news. violent protests erupt in charlotte overnight after another deadly police shooting. trucks, and lighting fires closing down an intetate. at least 12 officers injured in clashes. we're there live. motivated by hate, first terror charges brought against bombing suspect ahmad rahami, writings from his personal journal including praise from osama bin laden and terrorists.