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welcome bk of an african-american man by police, the city of charlotte is on edge again this evening. >> yeah, and the concern tonight is that it could be another difficult and dangerous evening there. jay gray is in uptown charlotte and has more on the investigation that sparked all of this. >> reporter: cleanup in the queen city. uptown charlotte battered, bruised and in many areas broken after a second night of chaos and violence.
police-involved shooting death of keith lamont scott, giving way to riots in the core of north carolina's largest city. dozens clashing with police, some throwing rocks and bottles. stores vand amazed and looted. officers using tear gas to try to disperse the crowd. >> this has been a difficult few days for the city of charlotte. >> reporter: and >> just shot somebody. >> reporter: one of the protesters was killed, shot by another person in the crowd. investigators, though, are still trying to determine who pulled the trigger. north carolina's governor has declared a state of emergency and the national guard has been called in. witnesses say scott was unarmed when he was shot and $killed by police. but this know toe taken by someone obtained by the scene and obtained by wcnc appears to show a gun at his feet moments
the shooting. there's video but some say this may not have everything in there. >> we all need to reserve judgment until we know the facts. >> reporter: scott's family watched the video this afternoon but charlotte's police chief refuses to share it publicly. >> we release it when we i'm not gonna jeopardize the investigation. >> reporter: authorities have not put a curfew in place but there will be additional officers. last night, 44 people were arrested on charges ranging from failure to disperse to assault. jay gray, nbc news, charlotte. the deadly police shooting in tulsa has resulted in a manslaughter charge against the officer, betty shelby.
killed terence crutcher. footage shows crutcher walking with his arms in the air away from shelby. according to the officer's attorney, he put his hands in the car. tulsa police he did not have a gun on him or his car. tim kaine is in nevada. he's visiting reno where he touched on the violence in charlotte last night and all of the other rect shootings. >> there is a need to build better bridges between law enforcement and the communities they serve. hillary clinton and i understand that. we want to invest in training that will strengthen relationships. >> and the candidates are petting ready for -- getting ready for the first debate, clinton and trump. that's monday night. it really should be something to watch. and you can do that live right here on news 3.
well, whether it's gun violence at an orlando nightclub or a police shooting like the one incited riots in charlotte, 33,000 people a year are killed by guns. most americans agree that's far too many. as lisa fletcher explains, what's often more difficult to agree on is how to change the problem. >> reporter: for donald trump, it's about protecting the second amendment. >> the second amendment is under a threat like never before. >> reporter: for hillary clinton, it's about >> i just don't want you to be shot by someone who shouldn't have a gun in the first place. >> reporter: from this woman, it's about common sense. >> it's your right if you want to have a gun if you can legally own one. >> reporter: at 9, she saw her father murdered. years later, her brother and nephew and five years ago, her son murdered by two men with an illegal gun.
their hands on an illegal gun, my son would still be alive. he would have celebrated his 24th birthday year and been taking his son to kindergarten on monday. >> reporter: in a poll this summer, 85% of americans say they support reasonable gun laws. in june, 92% for expanded background checks. >> there is a way to regulate firearms and respect the second amendment. >> reporter: this director of cease-fire, a group that endorses both candidates. >> we want this would be an issue that both candidates is have to answer that. i want to hear more. >> reporter: she said it's the duty of elected official to figure this out. >> that's your job. nobody forced you to run for office. >> reporter: here is a look at
clinton wants expansion to eliminate loopholes. trump has no stated position on the industry. clinton wants greater assurance guns will be kept from domestic abusers and criminals. trump wants increased action to weapons of choice with emphasis on getting criminals off the street. i'm lisa fletcher. >> thank you. this is a narrative in this campaign season. presidential candidates to our viewers to better inform and empower you before you cast that vote. we've reached out to the candidates to participate in extended interviews, not only with our station but our network, sister stations across the country. we want to hear from you. we appreciate the e-mails you've sent to us. keep them coming. tell us what you want to know from the candidates. what issues are relevant to you? you can share your thoughts by e-mailing us to help us give you a voice in this very important race for the white house.
rico are still without electricity tonight after a huge fire at a power plant that prosides power to most of the island. many businesses were shut down. government officials say it could be 24 hours or more before the power is restored. yahoo! said personal information from some 500 million accounts was stolen in a breach. the company said this breach was this includes users phone numbers, their birth days, passwords and security questions. yahoo! is recommending you change your password, especially if you haven't done it since 2014. brad pitt is dealing with more than just a divorce. >> this is getting ugly. now sources say he's under investigation for an incident involving one of his kids. what are the allegations -- ahead. and thursday night lights returns tonight with a thrive
welcome back. the federal government is going after massive mailing schemes and those scammers who set their sights on seniors. so many seniors have been victimized in our community. so listen up -- the u.s. justice department says it's attempting to shut down an international network of mail scams who have actually resulted in the stealing of millions. in fact, hundreds of millions of dollars from people. and that's just in the united states. attorney general loretta lynch says preying on vulnerable people. >> now, the companies and individuals named in these actions operated different start parts of these schemes in different parts of the world but they all acted with the same intent -- to take advantage of elderly individuals and other vulnerable citizens. our senior citizens should be enjoying their retirement, not financing some fraudster's lifestyles.
cut off frauds by going after the behind the scenes company that make the schemes possible. brad pitt is reportedly being investigated for an incident involving one of his children. a source reports he spoke with the los angeles police about it and he's taking it very seriously and cooperating. l.a. authorities did not immediately comment. "people" magazine reported that whatever happened took place on september 14th on the couple's private plane. his angelina jolie, filed for divorce on monday. she's seeking physical custody of their children. coming up at 7:00, an unlikely suspect taking a tour of one downtown neighborhood turning heads tonight. but unlike most criminals, this one has four legs, thick fur and a serious attitude. how police were able to capture this crafty creature, once and for all. protecting your privacy.
tonight, the four easy steps you can take to limit digital tracking. those stories and any breaking news if it happens tonight at 7:00. news 3 is your weather authority. look who just blew in. >> it's kj. he told us we were gonna have to deal with these winds and things were gonna get perfect for the weekend. >> it's funny when you show the winds, 40, 50 miles an h feel them. a different deal. we're bringing you a brand-new weather feature. not just sunset. we get dust set. we still have a lot of gusts blowing out there. we've passed the peak and we don't expect the winds to return, certainly not with this system. today we started off mellow because the winds department pick up until mid to late
air quality went south. it will take a while to get the dust down. this is downtown henderson a block off water street. they are blowing at 15. they've gusted to 54. now 18. look how dry the air is. remember, yesterday and on tuesday, we had relative humidity values through the roof as we were dealing with the leftovers hurricane payne. buffalo and warm springs, blowing at 14. 51-mile-an-hour gust. up in moapa, northeast of up to, they are blowing 66-mile-an-hour gust. you notice the winds have come down considerably. there will be some bumpy rides we'll get gusts that could get up to 30 miles an hour. we are seeing pretty good winds outside of the valley. if as you plan out your door tomorrow, some breezes in the morning of the they will die down by lunchtime and much cooler air.
to 15 with a few gusts of 20 during the morning hours. but during the afternoon they will barely be noticeable, less than 10 and probably less than that. those showers and storms we had northeast of the valley have turned into more light showers, if anything, and they are pushing off into arizona and utah. a few showers around mesquite. next or so they will be a memory as they push across the stateline. as this whole system moves off east, our winds will r probably not until midday tomorrow. 55 in reno. 57 in salt lake at the moment. salt lake stays in the 50s, even cooler for a high tomorrow and we'll be in the mid- to upper 70s in southern california. for southern nevada, pahrump in the 40s, caliente is going down to 39. mesquite bottoming out at 55. high temperatures tomorrow, laughlin, 86. indian springs, 77 and 80 over the hump. for the las vegas valley, still
59 for the low. breezes in the morning. a few gusts around 20. that's about it. seven-day forecast, the winds go down. the temperature goes up. very comfortable. mid-80s over the weekend. we'll make another run towards 90 as we get to the early stages of next week. 59 tonight. we have not had an official temperature in the 50s since the 22nd of may. >> been that long. >> four months. >> yeah. >> gonna feel nice. >> if you are up early, i'm not sure you will be, it will feel nice. >> i will be. i have kids to get up. it's thursday and that means high school football and tonight, randy howe is at sunrise mountain high school with a preview of the matchup. >> reporter: thanks, jim. kevin was mentioning the wind, it's a little windy.
football. after tomorrow night, while the first half of the regular season is gonna be complete, just five weeks away until the first playoff weekend which will be october on a thursday night, the 27th but tonight's matchup, it's a pretty good matchup between two teams who are looking for wins. the mojave rattlers take on sunrise mountain. sunrise has one win. it's interesting to see this matchup because neither of the teams are thinking about the playoffs. they are mojave is coming off a loss at moapa. they scored 19 points. the miners, well, they have a bin against boulder city in week one. they played canyon last week. tonight they expect a much better game and maybe that second one. >> we're hungry for wins, too. we actually haven't been doing so good. 1-3 right now. 1-3. we actually are hungry for
>> i think they will see an intense game, you know, try to execute, play better defense and offense and get in the end zone. >> there's a lot of people that will be watching us on tv. i think that the team will come out here and make some big plays and show everybody that we're not what they think we are. >> reporter: all right. harbor view will be at faith lutheran. canyon springs, game of the week. shadowridge taking on las vegas and cheyenne at western. just a few of the games that will be featured. how about some golf now? $10million up for grabs at the fed-ex cup. round 1 today at east lake coming in third points adam scott. and check out this approach on
5 feet. scott come back and drains the birdie. finished 1 under. three off the lead. how about jordan spieth? on 13, he was pretty quiet until he was sitting in the sand trap and able to knock it in the sand. 1 under par for jordan spieth. and dustin johnson, points leader coming into the weekend, he gets a birdie. he has a share for the lead. there will be a lot of golf left to play. and nothing else yet, ronda rousey could be making a return in december in ufc 2017. she's been out of the fight since her loss in november last year. if everything falls into place, her comeback could be against amanda nunez scheduled for december 30th.
game out here. we're out here at sunrise mountain high school and i know that girl, i think. i think that's amber dixon. she's going to be doing sidelines on my lv tv for the matchup. if you want to check her on the side lines, turn it over at 7:00. highlights at 11:00. >> whenever we see amber, she's surrounded by guys. same thing here in the hallways. >> thank you new u.s. citizens -- up next at 6:30. horner: i was proud to stand for our country. i will not stand for congressman hardy
winds will gradually relax during the overnight hours. we'll have some some breezes in the morning, 5, 15, maybe a stray gust to 20. they will be gone by late in the afternoon. how about the temperature to start your friday? 61 degrees the weekend. kelly will keep you updated with all of your weather needs at 4:30 a.m. jim will be doing his first couple laps around the block and the temperature will be 59. >> first couple of. more than 800 people can call themselves u.s. citizens. we always like to check these out. this large swearing-in ceremony happened at cashman field.
last year for people applying to become citizens. so many people want to be americans. after today's ceremony, the new citizens learned about the process to register to vote just in time for the presidential election. >> so glad to see that they got to that major benchmark in their >> so glad to see that they got to that major benchmark in their life. [ cellphone ringing ] it's just another scandal from danny tarkanian. tarkrkanian was the corporate lawyer for those with an elaborate scam that tricked hundreds of seniors into donating to fraudulent charities, totaling millions. he refused to pay back $17 million, sticking taxpayers with the bill. why would we ever send danny tarkanian to congress?
i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. i know more about isis then the generals do. john mccain, a war hero. 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...
concerns locally. this first day of fall is a gusty wind. news 3 is your weather authority and is tracking the changes outside. well, after two nights of violent protests over the shooking death of an african-american man by police, the city of charlotte is on edge, concerned it could be another very difficult and dangerous evening there. we thank you for joking us. i'm reed cowan. >> i'm marie mortera. the that goes into effect in two hours. these are images out of charlotte, where national guard troops and state police have been called in to prevent the violence the nation saw last night. so far, peaceful protested over the shooting death of keith lamont scott. witnesses say scott was unarmed when he was shot and killed by police. but a photo taken by someone at the scene and obtained by