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hopes that fight will be stopped. >> also tonight a civil rights struggle you probably haven't heard about only on 3 why a group of local movie stunt men are about to meet the president. >> news3 starts now. >> we start with another night of everyone i'm jim snyder. >> i'm marie mortera. let's give you a live look at charlotte. it is the second straight night protestors and police have clashed, one person was shot by a civilian during all this and police used tear gas and rubber bullets several times to try obreak up the crowd. >> it's bad last night but even
reed cowan has the story. reed. >> police got more details on the shooting that took the life of keith la mont scott. family said had he a book in his hand, police said it was a gun but no gun has been found. fire burns in the street and in the heart of protesters who say destroy shop windows, as police in riot gear hold the line. >> black power! >> crowds in downtown charlotte out of control. reporters in the story. whoa okay, they clearly want us out of here. >> reporter: not safe in the atmosphere of anger. this is a cnn reporter knocked cold to the ground in the heat of the protest.
area hospital he while charlotte's mayor calls for calm. >> violence will not help. get our community back together. we are urging people to stay home. to listen to their community leaders, faith leaders, to the naacp that says we do not support violent protest. saw it. >> i don't know, they were just shooting somebody waiting in front of the omni, this is blood, crowd of people, i don't know if he is alive or dead. >> north carolina's queen city, president obama seen in his office phoning charlotte's mayor to discuss the situation. >> all right so the governor state of emergency will actually bring him the ability to bring in the national guard. tonight people in apartments and
in fact earlier tonight, it was said that people were actually looking down from their hotel rooms to see the shattered glass and wondering when they could leave. >> some others i saw the store owners brushing up the damage done by the vandals. >> this will go on throughout the night. >> thank you reed. police shooting in tulsa tonight remained peaceful. thro the shooting of an unarmed african american. tulsa police say he reached down into his car but video of the incident outraged many. we will be tracking the situation in charlotte throughout the overnight hours and bring you an update on news3 today, which starts at 4:30.
>> back at home he was sentenced for life in prison, for killing his wife a decade ago and now he wants his freedom back. john treanor has the story. >> michelle perkins never met her mother. they were just reconnecting. but she came here to keep man who killed her mother behind bars. one to keep a killer behind bars in a parole board office on wednesday lives were change. >> when i came to prison i was very angry disillusioned person. blamed my wife for our troubled marriage. >> respectfully, i ask you to
>> michelle perkins was given up for adoption. jan cites, was murdered by her husband, after a decade in the cell william believes he has done his time. >> for the last compassion. i never felt compassion in all my life. >> i don't believe him not a single word. >> for michelle, the thought of william cites, to get parole. >> here i am fighting and speaking for her on her behalf because she is just gone now.
thousand miles. >> and when the hearing is over, the wait for an answer continues tonight. the parole board expected to rule on this sometime in the next two to three weeks. john treanor, news3. >> thank you john. the story you'll only see on news3. violent robbers, people during their breakfast. the cameras caught the suspects stealing cell phones after one of the robbers pulls out a gun. restaurant owners we spoke to are concerned. >> it's really sad that people are still going for cell phones and stuff like that petty crime. they're going to get caught though.
get these persons identified and make an arrest. because as you can see by this video, that person the suspect resorted to violence, this could have been a multicasualty shooting. >> police say they are worried these criminals with it strike again. if you recognize them, call crime stoppers. >> shocking video of a utah trooper in >> reversing, i can't get out of the way. out of the way! >> this happened monday night in boxelder county just north of salt lake city. zoomed past them going 90 miles an hour, as you can see, the driver backed into a trooper's
again. back to business as usual, after a suspicious package forced a lock down around 1:30. the package turned out to be a backpack with beeping medical equipment accidentally left by a guest. >> the local pop warner football team little guys have joined the national protest started by former unlv kaepernick. this happened at the all american park on buffalo near charleston. as you can see, every member took a protest move. while they are upset about this,
every student did it. >> i don't see why we need the have it out here with five and six-year-old kids as an entire team. >> the team that protested is sponsored by boxer floyd mayweather and as you contemplate this issue yourself, consider how the virginia tech basketball coach faced this issue with his team. we posted a link to this news3lv.com. >> calling lawmakers into a special session in the next few weeks to consider a plan to build an nfl stadium. sandoval says he would like to
opportunity to invest in the future of tourism and usher las vegas into a new era. >> still ahead, they broke barriers in hollywood and a few bones along the way to entertain us. >> only on 3, the stunt men honored by one of the most famous museums. up next. >> and the forecast coming up. 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--
>> a local stuntman would help pioneer the civil rights movement in hollywood says almost 50 years later. >> it's amazing what they went through. a group of black stuntmen have been indeductedded into the hall of fame. >> they had to fight for their right to be part of the movie business. >> yes they absolutely did, marie.
the smithsonian. gettinghired was no easy task. >> he reads this with a smile. >> what does that mean to you? >> that means that when we are gone, we are still here. >> he never thought he would make history. >> the grand opening of the smithsonian national museum for afro american history and culture. >> a pioneer to civil rights 50 years ago, he said it was a challenge. >> persistent showing, don't take a job, that you can't do. >> harris is getting inducted into the smithsonian along with 17 other men and women who are members of the black stuntmen's association. it is a group that started in 1967. >> the breakout came i think
>> challenge of racism. >> you can't tell white people to stop the racism if we are doing it. >> he has thoughts of how to heal relationships today. >> all groups have some type of discrepancies. don't brand me, get to know me. >> while president obama cuts the ribbon at the smithsonian this coming weekend, harris hopes for c see these articles that all of that stuff. then you might can learn something about us. >> reporter: harris tells us the black stunned men's association group has 15 men and three women who will be attending that event. they ranged from ages 60 to 83. >> before they pushed for change hollywood would take a white
to stand in for the african american actors. amazing. >> hopefully we can get some pictures, how great would that be. thank you christy. turning to a presidential race, a recently released wall street journal poll, hillary clinton leads donald trump five points. the survey was taken after clinton's recent bout with in a four way matchup clinton gets support from 43% of likely voters while trump gets 37. gary johnson is at 9 and the green party's jill stein has 7%. our mission is to connect the viewers to the candidates. before you cast your vote.
only from our station but from our sister stations across the country. share your thoughts with us at news3lv.com. called cross vegas, it is a competition for what are called psych low-crossed athletes a technical obstacle course, hundreds of cyclists from all over the world and right here at home hit the track. they say u.s. cycling helped put on the event. >> i don't remember wearing the costumes, did you see some of them, pretty interesting.
chipping the tooth, all of that,. we did have a light shower southeast part of the valley and the setting sunset the stage for what was a pretty bright rainbow. didn't last very long but news3 viewers they are quick on the draw and we got great pictures. want to thank everyone for sending them in. downtown jerry brown captured this and chad photojournalist extraordinaire caught this. clouds came in quick and limited the heating today. had we had more heating we could have gotten more thunderstorms close to the valley. a lot of ifs in that. red rock, look at the clouds hugging the rocks. made for a majestic sight.
zion national park. laughlin had 17/100ths of an inch. boulder city had 2/100ths. 82%, undesert like humidity. single/100ths of an inch. summerlin, warm to the mid 70s across the valley. mountains already found the 50s, lakes at instead of, our high today made it to 84, 8? below normal and just shy of the 3? guarantee. our first shy reading in september but we will be adding to that total for three square beginning tomorrow. pretty confident.
possibly mid 80s, sustained wind speeds in the afternoon we're talking about 26, 28, 29. gusts over 40. some neighborhoods in the wind-prone areas of the valley could see gusts around 50 miles per hour. on the doppler, the one to the south just clipped parts of the southeastern valley, few sprinkles up in mesquite. ready heavy rain in tonopah, and ton back side of this system going to pick up the wind, here comes the winds out of the northwest at times, in the upper levels, it's going to mix down at ground level. only the 50s up there, 70s in lincoln county, 83 in boulder city.
morning low temperature. tomorrow expect plenty of wind, those gusts will exceed 40 miles per hour in some areas, maybe closer to 50. seven-day forecast if you look ahead lingering breezes on tri friday, overnight lows in the mid 60s. that is going to be a mighty fine beginning at 4:30 on news3 today. >> you are impeccable as always. >> for those the community our viewers we want to give them a nice calm weekend. >> because you're the weather authority. >> is that why? >> one of the reasons. kevin thank you. >> a back to the future prediction will come true this fall.
own pair of we are one nation under god. that black and white, wewe are e 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
what kind of person would misuse the topic of rape in a political campaign? joe heck, that's who. ney 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
>> new add 11, the future is almost here. nearly 30 years after marty mcfly wore those nike sneakers with the self lacing shoes. >> these are the shoes going on sale monday november 28th, the same day as cyber-monday. nike says the hyperadapt sneakers will be rechargeable and also be light how much are they going to cost? we don't know, nike is not saying yet or how many they're going to make. >> i love the timing too, right before the holidays. everybody is going to want a pair of those. coming up the final pga begins tomorrow and players hope to
home run, third of the year. ichiro suzuki is going to go down swinging. close it out on friday against pittsburgh. dodgers looking to bring their magic number down to 5. yasiel puiq, they go on to the giants, that are monumental collapse, all-star game continues. brian, 38th home run of the year, rbis number 98 and 99. what a year he's having in his sophomore season in the big leagues. cubs now at 97 wins. home field advantage in the
$10 million prize, right here big 3 on saturday and sunday. former rebel adam scott is in third place. ryan moore and las vegas resident ken naan is the favorite, dustin johnson has had a golfer of the year type season. >> all year i've played really solid. i've played a lot of really good finishes and obviously f in the wgc a couple of weeks after that and a couple of weeks ago, the bmw championship. feeling good coming in to this week for sure. the course sets up well with me, long, tough, you got hit a lot of good shots. >> that's going to do it for
?? ?? ?? >> finally tonight you're almost out of time if you want the try to score a true nevada artifact. >> the department of transportation raffling off the new welcome to nevada signs you would see coming back from los angeles to utah. they are being raffled off for new ones. the deadline october 21st. >> you can find a linke news3lv.com. >> what would you do with that? >> i'd love [ cheers and applause ] ?? >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests --