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>> dana: another night of protest in charlotte. a state of emergency has been declared. a live report coming up in seconds. kite what brad pitt accused of doing to one of his own children and why the los angeles police department is currently investigating. >> kim: developing right now, we have a charlotte. >> dana: state of emergency has been declared there. let's go live to the scene for the latest. >> city of charlotte looks a bit normal behind me right now but it is anything but. north carolina's largest city in an official state of emergency with many on pins and needles wondering if tonight will be the same as the past two. >> the early morning police in
a few hours earlier the scene was very different. a second night of unrest ripped the city as people angry over the death of scott vented their rage. scott was shot tuesday. police say he had a weapon but his family says he was reading a book in his vehicle. amid the unrest wednesday evening the governor declared a state of emergency and deployed the national guard and state hi one person was shot by another civilian. according to authorities and is in the hospital on life support. several police officers were injured. journalists were caught up in the chaos. >> they put out pepper spray and people are running it from. >> one reporter was knocked to the ground by a passing man. some demonstrators stood in front of the police line in an
tension. >> i'm trying to prevent people from being hurt. my brothers are out here trying to make sure we do it the right way. >> we do not support violent protest. violence is not the answer. >> some trying to organize on social media to clean up their city there is glass everywhere right now. this looks like a city that has been through something severe. but many wri it right now. are we going to see the same thing tonight we have the past two night science major employers, bank of america, wells fargo, duke energy saying let's not risk it. telling employees to stay home today, don't come in to work. it's not worth that risk. >> dana: thank you for that live
live tv. he said he's ok and the protestor that did it came back later and apologized for doing it. >> kim: we've established we're the wagners, kim and dana here. we're not the only ones on the broadcast. we have a team of people to make sure you start your day off right. kelly curran all over the forecast and jeff with the morning commute. let's start with fall in the air kelly cur it becoming autumn. >> kelly: a little bit more than an hour away when autumn officially begins. we are looking at windy conditions around the area today. that will be our big story. temperatures going to be below normal at 75. 81 at noon but drier air and gusts to 45 miles per hour prompted a fire weather warning.
that in 10 minutes. >> jeff: 95-515 an accident. 13 miles per hour 15 southbound so starting to slow down a little bit. looking at nine minutes from downtown to tropicana. all other freeways clear. >> kim: thank you very much. breaking overnight and we're taking you back just five hours because we got reports of a fire at the golden nuggetin this morning and apparently it was on the ninth floor of the carson tower. crews say that guest on the eighth and ninth and 10th floors all evacuated as a result. when firefighters got up to the ninth floor the fire had been put out by the automatic sprinkler system. here in las vegas we are innovators in this regard because of fires in the past
crew that responded they found a small portion of a mattress smoldering. crews believe that the fire was smoking related. we'll have continued developments here on news 3. >> dana: sprinklers in every hotel in the united states as a result of the fires here in town 35 years ago. meanwhile in court for the first time this morning we're about to see the man accused of trying to kill his wife and her boyfriend in a airport. craig is going to be in court as it happens. >> good morning. two counts of attempted murder, those are the most serious charges facing jeffrey brown. he is the suspect that police say opened fire on two people that happened in the parking garage. it was related to a relationship gone bad. the female victim was his
boyfriend. they were shot after returning on a flight to las vegas. they were walking back to their car. according to court records the suspect is 68 years old. we will see jeffrey brown in person in court this morning making his first court appearance. interesting to note that he has no prior criminal history and despite the troubled marriage, there is no record of a divorce filing. >> police are looking for more possibly victims. that's the doctor in question. allegations he made
they think it is plural. if you've had contact with this doctor and would like to talk to police about what happened while you were under his care, contact the north las vegas police department. >> dana: we have this guy in the red shirt stealing another cell phone from another woman. the man she was with tried to stand up for her but the guy came back with a gun. he said go ahead take the cell phone. we got to get them off the streets. they have guns in their hand
community. >> the stratosphere back to business as normal after a suspicious package was forced to lock down that property. this happening 1:30 yesterday afternoon. hotel guests evacuated and nearby traffic shut down. it turned out to be a backpack with beeping medical equipment inside that was accidentally left by a guest. in the year 2016 and what is going on right now in new york and new jersey as far as ongoing terror investigation, local authorities do not mess around with stuff like this. the stratosphere back to business as usual but they did have a scare yesterday. it turned out to be a false alarm. >> dana: this can be yours. welcome to nevada. the silver state. the nevada department of transportation is ralphing off all these signs. -- raffling off all these signs.
you can sign up for a chance for one of these, the deadline october 21. >> kim: we told you it was going to happen and now we have the pictures to prove it. the maker of the epi pen in the hot seat over the price hike. check it out. >> what's the difference in generic version? just the name? >> it will be the same product. >> jason is not having it. he is the lawmaker from utah. what he had to say and how the bipartisan outrage on this one. we have it headed your way. >> dana: disturbing allegations against brad pitt.
from the u.s. air force. >> kim: unbelievable new footage that you are waking up to this morning. it is surveillance video that allegedly shows that terror bombing suspect out of new york and new jersey wheeling luggage down the street on saturday night. it's been obtained by wnbc out of new york city and we have it for you first this morning. it is believed that he walks street. you are seeing the people running. the video you are seeing right now obtained from 8:30 on saturday night. the same time an explosion took place four blocks away on west 23rd and seeing the results footage of that. authorities believe that suitcase contained the pressure cooker bomb he plant aid short time later. 31 people were injured when the
saturday night. he's been charged with planting those devices and several others within new jersey and nbc news is all over this developing story. he is still in a hospital bed, he is still considered in police custody. >> dana: not a good day for milan c.e.o. on capitol hill yesterday facing questions about the cost of the epi pen which her company makes. prices rose from $100 to $600 over about a nine-year period. she's been criticized for increases in her salary during that time period. she argued before the reform committee that the company only makes about $50 on each epi pen. >> we raised the price over eight years and we raised that price and i think what is
what we receive. we receive $274 of that 608. >> what's the difference in the generic version? just the name? >> it will be the same product. it will be the same product. >> so $608, now you are going to have a generic of the generic and that is going to be $300? >> yes. >> the only thing you change is the name. this is why we don't believe you. if the price goes f 300, your collection on that is actually higher and you are telling me your net profit is going to go down? >> dana: jason not having it. he's from nearby utah. other i'm sure we have not heard the end of this yet. >> kim: we have a story that affects all nevadaens. sandoval planning to call lawmakers into a special session
he wants to hold the session between october 7 and 13th. he has spoke within the oakland raiders owner mark davis. governor sandoval believes he's committed to bringing the team here to las vegas. the current stadium plan calls for a hotel tax increase. governor sandoval believes this is an opportunity too invest in the future of tourism and usher las vegas into a new era. it's nott are they looking at expanding the convention center here locally. >> there is going to be a lot of talk about both those issues. they may be tied together. check out what this local pop warner football team is doing. joining the protest that was started by colin kaepernick. that is every member of the red
protest during the national anthem following the lead of kaepernick and others. a lot of people talking about this. the coach said it was the children that made the decision to do this. >> i understand the protest. if that's how they want to do it, that's their freedom. i would stand next to them whether i agree with what they are doing or not, i would defend their right to do it. i don't see why we need to have it out here with five and six-year-old kids entire team. >> dana: they are the money team. floyd money mayweather , jr., he's the local boxer. he sponsors this team. did he have involvement in this at all? he hasn't commented on it. a lot of people up in arms on this one. sound off on our facebook page,
>> kim: plenty of you will have comments with this one. you are waking up to bombshell news concerning brad pitt. he is under investigation by the los angeles police department right now for child abuse. this is according to tmz, "people" magazine and nbc news. this comes after pitt allegedly got verbally abusive and physical with one of his kids on the couple's private plane last wednesday on the tarmac in los angeles. the lapd and l.a. family services are both investigating this report. a source telling "people" magazine that angelina jolie was present at the time. also saying that brad pitt was allegedly drinking at the time of the incident. according to numerous reports he was absolutely hammered flipping out. he even tried to hop on to some
angeles. >> dana: not a good situation. we understands he was screening at his children in addition to getting physically abusive. >> jeff: it is a shocking article when you look at that on tmz.com and more details to come about what that split is all about. we are looking at a traffic accident at washington. doesn't look like it's causing a lot of delays. northbound and southbound looking ok. southbound slowing as you make
we saw quite a few clouds, some showers making their way through the area. on this time lapse at the end, hopefully you have a screen and can see this. we have another rainbow off to the side. here is a look at the temperatures stepping out the door right now. coming in at 74. we're going to see drier air moving into the area. we're going to be dry today. it's the wind that will be the biggest issue. a wind advisory and fire weather
today 84 is our expected high today. becoming windy gusting to 45. tonight 59 is the low. winds gradually diminishing. sunny and 81 in the afternoon and a perfected weekend. >> puppies are just like us. they want to grow up and become a firefighter too. it's a dalmation we take you to florida where you see a pup that has made his way into the fire house. it was earlier this week. he's a dalmation, what sells he going to do? he's making himself at home. all good things must come to an end. his owner claimed the cutie and took him home. >> dana: coming up we know that art comes in all different
forms. can you tell what this art is made of? and you are not going to believe who made it. that is coming up. >> kim: breaking news out of charlotte, north carolina. it is 6:22 this morning. we're taking you there live for another update. reporters coming under attack while many of you were sleeping.
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>> jeff: you see it slowing as you make your way into the bowl on southbound. 7 minutes between downtown and 215 northbound clear. another update in 10 minutes. let's get a check of the forecast can with kelly. >> kelly: we are see august little bit of blue sky in the valley. clouds to the east on the red rock resort camera this morning. sun not quite up. we're see august little bit of blue in that dawn glow. the temperatures stepping out the door boulder city 78. the big story today is the winds.
29-mile per hour sustained winds at 2:00 and gusts to 45. >> kim: it is a hold on to your wig kind of a day. we're focusing on this guy who is a former corporate lawyer out of new york city but showing off a different talent than he showed in the courtroom. >> all of these pieces of art are made of lego including superman right there. that must be the he has a full size bat mobile. took him half a million lego bricks to make it. he's been doing this since 2002. this is currently on display in spain. however it is traveling around. it is a touring exhibit. multitalented guy. copy remember the coach who is stripped down during the olympics in rio.
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>> kim: we're taking to you charlotte north carolina where they are having big time problems this morning. >> dana: traffic and weather every 10 minutes on the program. >> jeff: the issues have mostly been cleared up and now looking at both directions are in the green so far. looking at travel times 15 southbound clear at nine minutes. speaking of the 215 eastbound following that absolute nightmare yesterday. it's in the clear at five minutes. great to see considering this
>> kim: neighbors say he was holding a book, not a gun. we'll have continued coverage on this day. >> krystal: from the breaking news desk. 26 villagers dead, 18 others missing after torrential rains triggered floods and landslides on the indonesian island of jaff vantage point. a spokesman saying 1,000 villagers have had to be taken to temporary shelters. the heavy downpours are expected to continue and increase until
mat. the mongolian coaches have been find the equivalent of $51,000. that suspension will end in the year 2019 just in time to get their team ready to go for the 2020 games in tokyo. >> dana: i don't get the protest. why take off your shirt. what does that do? >> jeff: i thought it was a tag team thing. really odd protest. we have an issue at 215 and jones. fur heading northbound approaching the overpass for the 215, traffic lights are out for
15 slow. let's get a check of the forecast with kelly. >> kim: as you get ready to head out, a few clouds around the area. it officially becomes fall in about 40 minutes. here is a few clouds. current temperature 75. still muggy out there and for the kids on their way to school, by lunchtime 81-degrees. 84 for the afternoon bell. but it's going to be the wind that's the issue. gusts to 45 miles per hour. >> dana: we're going to tell what you the mayor did that
2. >> kim: according to the police report he shot his wife to shut her up. that is what local authorities are saying all over this developing story is craig joining us live from downtown las vegas. we're talking about the man who opened fire at the airport this week. we're hearing from the report that he waited some six hours for his wife and her boyfriend to arrive. >> they were returning to las vegas. they had taken a trip together, the estranged boyfriend , the victims in this case. jeffrey brown is accused of two counts of attempted murder. those are the most serious charges he faces. he will make his first court appearance at 7:30 this morning. i will be in court to see what happens and we'll share that with you live at noon. join us then. >> dana: thank you for that. hillary clinton leads donald
a newly released wall street journal poll. it comes as they head into the first presidential debate on monday night. this was taken after clinton's recent bout with pneumonia. clinton 43-47 over trump with gary johnson getting 9%. in a head to head matchup clinton leads trump by 7 points we go local with this one. you are seeing file footage of him on your screen. we are hearing through his attorney by way of the las vegas review journal where reporting indicates that his attorney believes the f.b.i. and federal prosecutors are looking at possible violations of what is called a federal honest services
also being investigated. this is connected with campaign contributions. tvs just last week the f.b.i. raided his home and seized a computer. they also interviewed the councilman. >> dana: clinton, trump weighing in on the protest in the battleground state of north carolina. >> it's unbearable. it needs to become intolerable. >> i would do have you to. >> let's talk it out live with tracy potts. start with stop and frisk which donald trump is advocating. if i understand this, they instituted this in the city of new york. this is where police officers need little probable cause to stop people and search them. >> and donald trump said it worked atend crime rate went down in the city of new york.
seeing an explosion in the number of murders in that city could do the same thing. problem is it was outlawed by a federal court as unconstitutional. this morning he's getting quite a bit of pushback from people like the mayor of new york saying not only was it found to be inconstitutional but they argue it's trump's solution to solving inner city crime which is behind a lot of frustration we're seeing in places like charlotte is stop and frisk. he's getting quite a bit of pushback. this was a prerelease of a town hall going to air late they are evening. >> dana: the national poll showing clinton with a clear lead there. but in battleground states in north carolina, florida, ohio, pennsylvania and even here in
between clinton and donald trump as we get close to that first national debate coming up on monday night. >> kim: so close some are calling it a coin flip right now. we're taking you to rome for this one where the mayor rejected the city bid for the 2024 olympic games. she did so in a weird way. she was scheduled to meet with the olympic committee, the president and vice president to discuss the bid her rejection would leave only los angeles, paris and budapest in the running for the 2024 games. the committee will decide bicept of 2017. we do know this new mayor was elected in june as she campaigned with the message an olympic bid was unsustainable
corruption. >> dana: wife of mark zuckerberg sitting down on "the today show" talking about their new initiative. >> i think what is important to us is to actually invest now to work towards a future where o children are living in a better world. max is almost a year now. being a parent really you just love that little being so much. >> max being their son. it's interesting to hear -- >> kim: that's their daughter. >> dana: you can catch that full
today on "the today show." >> kim: "the today show" numerous exclusives this morning. they are bringing a replay of rio to the plaza. usain bolt live on the program this morning. here is a sneak peek. >> so many iconic moments but one was that great photograph of you you smiling as you are crossing the finish line. when you laid eyes on that picture, what did you say? >> it was it was a good photo and people were saying why were you smiling and i was just happy. >> kim: people like this guy. we learned during live coverage in rio he is the most popular athlete on planet earth when people crunch the numbers with this sort of thing. usain bolt in his own words on today. >> dana: jeff has a lot of reasons to smile. he's very rich as well.
money? he is interested in building a health clip nick jamaica to bring healthcare there. he's going to talk about this on today. 215 eastbound which was a nightmare yesterday clear right now. 95 southbound is in the clear. let's get a check of the forecast with kelly. >> kelly: as you are heading out the door this morning grab the sunglasses and pony tail holder here is what we're seeing right now. we can see the winds kicking up by looking at the water there. temperatures north las vegas coming in at 73. green valley 74. sunrise you are at 75. little warmer start. temperatures expected to stay below normal today. we have much drier air moving in and windy conditions.
very windy conditions. wind advisory and a fire weather warning into golden gauntlet into effect at noon today. that is for all the areas shaded in pink, much drier air creates higher fire danger. looking at difficult driving conditions for high profile vehicles and unsecured objects like trash cancel blowing away. today's high 84. gusts to 45 miles per hour. breezy tro winds will diminish quickly. 81 and sunny in the afternoon. the weekend looking great with highs below normal and plenty of sunshine. >> dana: time for the water cooler and we know that brad and angelina are going to split. we think we know why. we'll talk more about that in a moment. they are being split up at the wax museum.
not anymore because of their recent split. this happened last week. the two are costarring in a new movie that's a steamy love scene infested picture between brad and mary ann in that movie coming out soon. she had nothing to do she's still with her husband. she's pregnant and talking about the fact that she's still very much in love with her husband, the father of her children. we think we know why brad and angelina are splitting because of an alcohol fueled rage last week in los angeles. this happened on wednesday. they were on a private jet. the couple with some of their children when apparently he got very drunk and brad fired on his
physically as well. some witnesses on the tarmac called lapd with an anonymous tip and now the lapd is investigating brad pitt for allegations of child abuse. natalie is all over this developing story. check this out from the streets of charlotte, north carolina. this is ed doing a live report when he gets knocked down by a protestor. are you ok. he's able to get to his feet. i love the composure here. he goes i'm fine. i'm fine. and he said even later the protestor that knocked him down came back to apologize for that. we know it was another night of unrest in the city after the shooting of this african-american man at an apartment complex. police say he had a gun but witnesses say he did not.
gabe is reporting on "the today show" from charlotte as you wake up to news that charlotte is in a state of emergency. big employers telling employees not to go to work today. >> dana: more local news coming up. >> krystal: good morning to you. we have a lot more coming up. the man suspected of shooting his estranged wife and boyfriend in court this a woman overdoses inside a family dollar. the mother is going to be ok. why police are upset at the person who filmed it though. >> krystal: celebrating all things rum. that and more on wake up with
good morning. breaking news. chaos in charlotte. the second straight night of violent unrest. one protester shot, other demonstrators hurling tables and chairs. lockdown. this morning, a ste of emergency in effect as the national guard is called in. the blast. chilling new surveillance video of the moment that bomb exploded in new york city as the fbi searches for these two mystery men to find out what they know about a key piece of evidence. ready to rumble with the first debate just four days away, our new poll shows hillary clinton expanding her national lead over donald trump. but trump is hanging tough in