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on this weekend. we are honoring those who are making positive contributions to helping our children succeed. we are talking about the public education foundation. it is a big gala for them coming up. we have a special guest in studio. tailgating 101 if you are looking to spice up your game-day recipes, morton steakhouse is here to help us. a look at easy appetizers and snacks you can make at home. news3 starts right now. everybody, thank you for staying with us. thank you for joining us. local attorneys here in clark county taking a stand today defending their choice to wear black lives matter pins inside of the court room. >> anchor: our sergio avila takes up the conversation at the justice center. sergio not about what she is but where -- break this all down for us. >> reporter: sure, hey,
he has no problem with these attorneys for anyone wearing black lives matter or any sort of message outside of his court room, but he did have a problem with it inside his court room. his reasoning was this after a long discussion with those attorneys, he says he wants to keep these court rooms clear of any sort of political message that may be perceived as swaying either him or possibly a jury who was inside his courtroom. herndon cited case l said a judge has the authority to restrict free speech in order to maintain the decorum of the court room. in the end of the public defender at the heart of the issue said she would remove her pin while in the judge's court room. other attorneys will be watching closely how judge herndon responds to any other nonverbal type messages in his court room from here on out. >> i respect judge herndon's
practicing law. in order to do that i have to obey his odders. i will be watch having he clearly. i want to make sure complying with his order. as soon as i see that he is not, there may be another confrontation. >> reporter: many attorneys that i spoke with after the hearing about the pins told us that one of the issues that they had was this was brought up because letter written by the police union here in clark county to co them -- or telling them black life matter pins were propaganda that set off a firestorm within those attorneys there. as you heard that attorney say that if they perceive something or some type of message in judge herndon's court room, this may be an issue again. reporting live, sergio avila, news3. back to you in the studio. news3 is your weather authority, kelly, kind of windy. in fact it already is. >> kelly: look at that camera shaking.
wind advisories in place and red flag warning. look at this camera the park county wetland camera where it is definitely swaying in the breeze. we have clouds around the area and showers just off to our east. here a look at the temperatures that we are dealing with outside right now. pahrump, 77 degrees. boulder city coming in at 84 but wind gusts. look at this pahrump, 32-mile-per-hour wind gusts. boulder city 3 boulder city 32-mile-per-hour gusts. the winds are only going to get strong they are afternoon as we are looking at those winds. these are sustained in the 20-mile-per-hour range. we are looking at gusts up around 45, even up to 50 miles per hour. the good news is, though, they are going to start dialing down as we get into the overnight hour and i will let you know what to expect for the weekend coming up. >> anchor: sounds like a plan. you may want to make this part of your weekend plans.
we are pleased to have a friend of the show sharon with us. >> thank you. >> anchor: tell us more about it. you know this is a really, really big year. >> it is. >> anchor: for the education foundation. we are excited. >> the public education commission will be celebrating its 25th anniversary. our 20th gala but 25th anniversary. important to have a silver anniversary coming up. >> anchor: shows the commitment of a lot of people in the community to help support education, correct? c our scholarship program that you well know about and our leadership program. >> anchor: $1 million worth of scholarships. >> we gave out $1 million this past may to 427 students. >> anchor: my goodness. talk about investing back in the community with something that i think is really important to moving our straightforward, education. it is cool, right. >> absolutely. >> anchor: talk about the
>> we will be honoring kurt claussen and wells fargo, tony sanchez and energy and mayor goodwin. we had them in our life over the past 25 years, and they have been very, very big supporters of ours, so it is very exciting for us to honor them on saturday. >> anchor: that is fantastic. honored to be a part of it. >> working our red carpet in we are very excited. >> anchor: the emmys have what will you be supporting. >> i will be wearing mickey mo to jewelry wonderful district district attorneys. the ears and neck will be highly guarded. [laughter] >> anchor: bodyguard -- and that is part of your auction. >> live auction nicky mo -- al pearls 21,000 in value and other great auction items. a skiing trip to sun valley. we have some -- a trip for --
lot of things that people can be bidding on all night. >> anchor: all these funds go back into what you are doing to support our children with education and so many of the other programs. >> that's right. that's right. >> anchor: this weekend the 24th. the education foundation -- the public education foundation we will be there too to check you out. >> of course. >> congratulations on your silver anniversary. all right, back to michelle. an orphaned has a new mama. surprised by the gorilla that took on the role. tailgating treats. morton the steakhouse has winning recipes to create a winning game day menu for you apt home. you don't have to go out for this one. how this whip up the healthy this one. how this whip up the healthy appetizers and snacks i i'm really good at war. i love war in a certain way.
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this afternoon the first full day of fall. we are taking a live look from our boulder city camera. look at these clouds. isn't that an amazing picture there. camera is shaking a little bit and the wind. we are not expecting precipitation in clark county today but just across the border our neighbors in california are getting showers and thunderstorms and more as we work our way into utah. let's take look first at the temperatures and the wind conditions that we are dealing with. king elementary school in boulder city coming in at 84 winds record west-southwest at 10 miles per hour and gusts to 32 miles per hour. that is why that camera was shaking out there. the current temperatures in las vegas valley. summerlin at 79. spring valley -- green valley coming in at 84. and now 84 degrees as well. and wind speeds, those are the sustained, constant speeds being picked up at our reporting station. summerl irk n 17-mile-per-hour winds being reported. sustained. these are the gusts that we
45-mile-per-hour gusts in paradise right now. and we are expecting those winds to strengthen over the next couple of hours that prompted the national weather service to issue a wind advisory or red flag warning or fire weather warning area shaded in pink at 8:00 or until 8:00 this afternoon. for all of southern nevada. if you notice over here in the green, that is a flashflood watch. the wind, here is what we have to deal with as far as that is concerned. strong cross winds will make high-profile vehicles. you can see blowing dust. highened fire danger decrease in humidity and strong winds. the flood issue. this is why we are dealing with that too. look at all this rain streaming from arizona newspaper utah. the northern portion of the state zooming up a little closer. lincoln county. terrain-driven thunderstorms here as well. that is definitely something we are keeping in mind but las vegas is expected to stay dry today. high temperatures will be cooler.
mesquite, 86 degrees. tonight cool ir. indian springs down to 50. alamo, 44 for the overnight low. in las vegas we are looking for a high of 84 degrees. very windy conditions for us. if it is your trash day, get your trash can back in real quick. tonight down to 59 degrees. winds kind of diminishing, winds tomorrow morning and tomorrow afternoon fantastic sunny and 81 and things are looking great. beautiful weather for it. >> anchor: looks fantastic. >> anchor: no complaints. they've been in the news a lot the last couple of days. of course brad pitt and angelina jolie made headlines. shocked a lot of people learning they were filing for divorce -- or she was and now more. >> this goes beyond the divorce. pi t allegedly got verbally abusive and physical with one
went to the los angeles police department to talk about that incident. police have no comment about brad's visit but a close person to the family said that the actor is taking this very seriously and is cooperating and the source said brad is working extremely hard to be a good father and wants to do whatever is best for his family. jolie filed for divorce monday citing irreconcilable differences and seeking physical custody of all six of their kids. if off plan to scream for ice cream, today is the day. >> anchor: my favorite day of the year because national ice cream cone day and no one can say for sure who evented the ice cream cone, but they showed up with a french cookbook back in 1865. they were originally referred to as the waffles because that's what they were little waffles rolled up in the shape of a cone. the ice cream cone made its debut at the world their st. louis in 1904.
company to nabisco in 1944 and ta-da, the rest is history. >> anchor: i don't know who made it but thank you. >>. >> anchor: thank you, we appreciate that. >> anchor: we appreciate it. a fun one, nearly 30 years after marty mcfly wore his nike sneakers that laced up, the power laces in "back to the future 2." it's becoming reality. that is crazy. the brand is launching a real version of the iconic pair. you it will come november 28 in time for black friday and cyber monday. >> anchor: we know mikey -- mikey? nike showed off the sneakers called hyper adapt for the first time in march. and we know exactly how it is going to work. nike's public relation director tweeted saying they will be lightweight and cost and availability not revealed,
there. >> anchor: that is so cool. i think they will be in back order for a little while. how many people will get their hands on those. >> anchor: still needs the flying cars. >> anchor: a work in progress. she was orphaned after her mother died during birth. that's what happened here with this little baby gorilla. another mama at the louisville zoo has stepped in to care for little kindy. >> anchor: a very sweet story much to the relief of zookeeper the story. >> reporter: looking like they have been together forever. kindy and her surrogate mother qaul y stroll into a crowd of oohs and ahs, the 6-month-old baby is attached to qauily and won't let go. >> she has found her mom and we are ecstatic. >> reporter: they took over
putting her on their back. the hopes were on packy that showed initial love for kindy but packy started losing interest. >> she was quite as attentive as they cathedral to be. it quaily a 32-year-old gorilla with three sons stepped in and clear she always wanted to girl. >> when quail y first picked kindy up, she scooped her up and held her and the baby. >> reporter: a load of worries instantly washed away from kindy's family. >> everybody took a big breath, a big sigh of relief and we saw it -- we just know is right. that night i went home and i slept. it was great. we all felt like this is it, this is right. quaily was going to be her mom. together for a month, the bond is getting stronger.
stop looking. >> i thought it was just incredible that they are bonded so well together. and it is quite touching to see for them just being together. >> so cute. >> she is adorable. very adorable. >> reporter: you will be able to show off your new pictures? >> definitely. >> put it on instagram. >> anchor: i know. we were just saying -- such a sweet story. the zoo says it will be a while before visitors can see kindy and her adopted gorilla mama that stepped in when her mama passed away as you saw in the story. the two needs more bonding time to be comfortable in the exhibit. a story to warm your heart. michelle and i always want to hear from you. we are on facebook and also on -- ta-da! -- twitter and our handles and we are trying to make progress on instagram too. we would always love to hear
want to pull out your camera phones and take some pictures of your tailgating parties and we will tell you about that in a little bit. right now we will introduce to you executive chef lee rizzo from morton's steak. house how we can have the best party on the block. >> at home. >> anchor: i love it. >> cookbooks as well, but a wide variety of finger foods in our bar that you can make at home. >> anchor: i love that. let's get right to start here. >> we will start here. crab and spinach dip. >> anchor: sounds good. >> cream cheese with onions and artichoke. big chunk of crab meat is key. >> anchor: this is what we are using. >> this is what we are using, mix it all together, put in as could role pan. eight minutes 400 degrees. >> anchor: crab meat, artichoke with cheese and onions. >> cheese and onions. >> anchor: boom, that's it.
olive oil and parmesan. >> anchor: you make sound fancy but it is easy. >> easy. >> anchor: a little meat in our system. >> we make our own seasoned salt but you can use salt, black pepper, garlic if you care. grill it like you want it. medium rare and pepperidge farm sandwiches, mustard and mayonnaise together. toast your bun, a little mayonnaise. >> anchor: and you are done speak up make 50 at a time and have a house full. >> you can feed everybody. >> sit it down and run. >> anchor: they are coming for it. tenderloin to get the smaller little portion size and mustard and mayo. >> mustard and mayonnaise. if the finger food is not enough the 3-pound porterhouse that we offer. you can share if you must, but
trying it for yourself. >> anchor: i love it. >> just in case these little small finger foods don't -- >> anchor: what is the best way to enjoy your steak. i like mine very, very well-done. my lovely co-anchor disagrees and likes it rare. >> that's fine. personally i like it all. medium rare, for someone like you, a big fat steak that we have and even a smaller one put it in our broilers. i would get a nice even cong oven and walk away for about 20 minutes -- depending on how thick. >> anchor: how thick the meat is. >> a lot of guests that like it well-done. they tell me i don't know what you do but thank you for not drying it out. >> you still want some flavor, right. >> in the oven for whoever long. >> anchor: we only have 30 seconds. the ultimate tailgating contest. >> yes, a contest. send in pictures of your best
into morton's facebook page or on twitter hashtag score some steak. >> anchor: you go. >> the best picture of your best spread and two winners will be announced september 30 and it will be up to 15 guests of the winner. me or whatever city, the chef of mortons will come to your house up to 5 people and put on a huge spread like this but beverages are not ide own drinks if somebody is bringing the food. hello! check it out. morton's steakhouse located in our fine city off the strip. east flamingo and paradise, thank you, the cross street. send in your pics, ultimate tailgating experience and a couple of could you walk away with a pretty nicely catered dinner courtesy of morton steakhouse. thank you, chef. >> thanks for having me.
>> the great steak debate. fit friday and working to mix up your workout plan. we have a few high intensity training classes, oh, yeah. and tomorrow animal friday. a cute p up looking for a home if you were looking to adopt. maybe it will be the one for you. those stories and more on news3 live at noon tomorrow. we have a little bit more coming up on this newscast.
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been killed in the last few years. the truth is, we make it too easy for criminals and the dangerously mentally ill to buy guns. they get them at gun shows or online from strangers, no questions asked. so here's something we can do to honor the fallen: close the background check loophole. that will help prevent future cop killings. it works. in states that have closed the loophole, nearly half as many police officers have been shot and killed in the line of duty. background checks save lives. v.o.: yes on question one. all right, very windy conditions out there today. wind advisory in place. flag warning. fire danger out there for us. also going to be difficult for high-profile vehicles on the roads.
you and the vehicle in front of you and look for possibility of blowing dust and best to stay indoors this afternoon as well. the winds will be die down and looks like we are in store for a fabulous weekend and have to get rid of this wind first. >> anchor: pony tail. >> anchor: and 59 degrees for the overnight? i love that. >> anchor: open up the windows. news3 live at 3:00 today. giving animals the ability to walk once more -- oh -- we will show you a company that is doing all that it c >> anchor: that is so cute. and why what is causing this massive line in england? they call it a queue in london. here is a hint, it is something right there. >> anchor: could go for a cheeseburger. beiously a good cheeseburger. we will have it for you coming up. >> anchor: you will have to go to england for that. i love it. and say fwb to nikki.
been here -- >> anchor: nine years. >> anchor: nine years. there she is in the middle, and we love nikki, and -- and we are really going to miss her. she is such an important part of our team for so long. >> anchor: she is a director if you didn't know. a lot of people that work behind the scenes to make this that you see on screen happen. she it a fantastic job during her nine-year run. nikki. we love you and miss you. she better come back. >> we will have a she is going to phoenix and will eventually be a fire fighter. she is a bad -- you know. >> a bad mama-jama. >> she has got it. >> anchor: she's good. so we are happy for nikki but sad for us. >> anchor: going continue to sad for us. >> anchor: going continue to bigger and better thin 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
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[tense music] [door closes] >> aiden: hope. i'm glad i ran into you. >> adrienne: roll it... hey, theo, hey. i'm so glad you're staying here. i know your dad is too. >> adrienne: hey, could you watch arianna and thomas for just a minute while i warm thomas's bottle? >> theo: sure. >> adrienne: oh, great. thank you. thank you, sweetie. >> theo: you're welcome. >> adrienne: [laughs] hey, um, you know what? i'm gonna check on security too, make sure everything's okay. >> theo: okay, yeah. no worries. >> aiden: we need to talk. >> hope: aiden. we have nothing to discuss. >> aiden: it's important.