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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
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his feet moments after the shooting. >> there is a dash cam and body cameras and videos but scott's family attorney cautioned this may not show the entire event. the scott family watched the video but charlotte's police chief is refusing to share it publicly. >> these videos don't always hold all of the answers and that everyone needs to reserve judgment until we know all of the facts. >> we release it it is a compelling reason but i'm not gonna jeopardize the investigation. >> 44 people were arrested overnight on charges ranging on failure to disperse to assault and the man shot by a civilian during the protest succumbed to his injuries today. back here at home where a black lives matter pin is causing controversy at a courthouse. judge douglas herndon ruled pins like this one and any other form
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worn in his courtroom. this all started because of a defense attorney who wore the pin to court on tuesday. >> nothing about my position on black lives matter. i agree -- i agree all lives matter. >> reporter: douglas herndon explaining why he's deciding within his courtroom non-verbal messages like a black lives matter pin are not permitted. >> this isn't me trying to be against thiar or the patches or the photos that are on people's t-shirts. this is about me trying to remain impartial and make sure everyone that comes in here appreciates that as well. >> reporter: he cites state law and says the judge has the power to restrict speech in order to obtain the decorum of the courtroom. >> i hope up respect the fact that this has -- this is just about the courtroom.
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attorney at the center of the controversy wore the pin on tuesday and again today. many attorneys are wearing the pins in solidarity with the national movement and balleu said they were most upset because of a letter sent by the union claiming the pins were propaganda. the judge said his rule had nothing to do with the unyen's letter. balleu agreed to take off the pin. >> you expressed that you will remain neutra i have taken it off. >> reporter: her boss said although he disagrees with the judge, they must respect the decision. >> all i'm asking is consistency and when we see something that troubles us that someone else is wearing, we know we will get the same consideration and discussion. >> reporter: and having court a lot, i can tell you that each judge is in control of each of their own individual courtroom. this issue seems to have just
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others. sergio avila, news 3. let's take you outside right now where this afternoon high winds caused more than two dozen scattered power outages across our valley. the wind even reducing visibility in the southeast part of town. >> in at least one case, a downed tree blocked a lane of traffic near alta and rancho. it may be safe to say the first day of fall is coming in like a lion. let's send it over to chloe beardsley. speeds. -- the wind speeds. they are actually starting to diminish across the area. we've gone through the strongest winds earlier today which you can see in many neighborhoods, hit up to 40, 50 miles an hour. take a look at that. gusty conditions for today. we'll go ahead and see calmer weather tonight and tomorrow. you guys mentioned the areas of blowing dust. a dust advisory was issued
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quality. things are slowly starting to get better. we're all seeing cool temperatures outside, mostly in the 70s for our neighborhoods. the rest of the evening we'll see the moderate winds continue and tomorrow the cooler temperatures are going to settle in the area. we'll show you the numbers coming up. >> thank you. strong wind gusts did not help fire crews working to put out a house fire this afternoon. fire started just after 1:00 near silverado ranch and maryland parkway. at its most intense, an air had to be on scene. the cause is under investigation. he waited six hours to shoot his wife and her boyfriend. that's what a prosecutor told a judge about the man accused of shooting and wounding the couple at a parking garage at mccarran airport. jeffery brown was in court this morning accused of two counts of attempted murder. he told theup he can -- the judge he cannot afford an attorney and understands the
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he shot the female at least once and he waited for them at the parking garage at the airport with a gun in hand. >> after that, the judge set bail at $650,000 with the condition that brown wear an ankle tracking device if he posts bond. while badly injured, brown's wife and her boyfriend survived the shooting. brown returns to court october 7th for a preliminary hearing. we're getting the police report on the arrest of a north las vegas doctor accused of groping a patient dr. jorge burgos kissed her and grabbed her private parts of her body. as news 3's antonio castelan explains, this is not the first time this doctor has received complaints like this. >> reporter: the doctor's practice was opened today but he wasn't there. many of his parents -- patients say the allegations against the doctor are not true. it was business as usual at dr. jorge burgos' north las vegas office. although the doctor was not seen today, his waiting room was
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north las vegas police arrested the doctor yesterday morning at his practice. detectives say he inappropriately touched a patient on more than one occasion. lisbeth garcia, a patient, finds the allegations hard to believe. >> i'm shocked. i didn't think he did it. >> reporter: this report describes a sexually aggressive doctor forcing a female patient into an unpleasant situation. the report reads "dr. jorge burgos entered started kissing her on the neck." it goes on to describe the allegations. >> he's a really good doctor. i recommend him to my friends and family. >> reporter: north las vegas police are looking into the possibility there may be more victims. this other patient who did not want to be identified stresses she believes the doctor is innocent.
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to him don't deserve be seen by him anymorning. >> reporter: any-- anymore. >> reporter: the doctor is out on bail. police are trying to find out if there are other victims. antonio castelan, news 3. ricki barlow is under investigation by the fbi. in a statement to news 3, the city of las vegas confirms it recently received a records request from the fbi. the letter directs the city to preserve e-mails and documents. an investigation of barlow. the same sources say the focus of the investigation is campaign contributions, received by him. no comment yet from him. democratic vice presidential candidate tim kaine is in reno. he spoke at a crowd at the university of nevada in reno. his speech attacked donald trump on many fronts. kaine touched on trump university, calling the entire thing a scam.
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shootings and how to improve community relations. we're less than 24 hours from one of the valley's largest street and music festivals. and the lineup is spectacular but so is the backdrop. why some say las vegas is the heal headliner. and they knelt during the national anthem. now this coach speaks out about the moves made on the field. we are one nation under god. that black and white, we are one 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?
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somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters. priorities usa action is responsible
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[ cellphone ringing ] it's just another scandal from danny tarkanian. tarkanian was the corporate lawyer for those with an elaborate scam into donating to fraudulent charities, totaling millions. and when a shady tarkanian deal went bust, he refused to pay back $17 million, sticking taxpayers with the bill. why would we ever send danny tarkanian to congress?
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police about pan incident -- about an incident involving one of his kids the day before angelina jolie filed for divorce. tmz says it involves allegations of child abuse. the l.a.p.d. says it's not handling any report of allegations of child abuse involving brad pitt. jolie has said the decision to divorce was made for the health of the family. she's currently seeking sole custody of all six of their
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football team that kneeled during the national anthem is speaking out tonight. >> the action was intended as a protest for racial equality, it's fueled a heated debate about getting chive involved in political statements. news 3's nathan o'neal has the story. >> reporter: the head coach of the tmz red lion says taking a knee during the national anthem was not intended to be disrespectful. but looking back now, he says this could have been handled differently. ? >> reporter: a protest over racial inequality staged by a group of 5 and 6-year-olds. the red lions kneeling during the national anthem taking cues from pro athletes like kaepernick from the san francisco 49ers. ? >> reporter: the controversial quarterback landing the latest cover of "time" magazine as he
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shootings. >> i would rather be honest with the kids. >> reporter: coach mack said it was the children who came to the coaches with the idea of taking a knee. >> political issues is not the forum for 5 and 6-year-olds but at the same time, i don't want to silent their voices. they see this. they see it on the news. they hear it when they go to school. i'm not gonna sugeary c i'm not gonna sugar coat it. >> reporter: but to chris singing the national anthem that day, it was disrespect fingerprint. -- disrespectful. >> i just don't see why we need to have it with 5 and 6-year-olds. >> have people calling them the n word and they will grow up
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>> i don't want this to overshadow the good that we are here doing for the kids. >> reporter: teaching them lessons in life on and off the field. if there's anything good to come out of this, the coach hopes it will advance the very important conversation about race in our country, something he says has to be tackled together. reporting, i'm nathan o'neal, news 3. >> thank you. we are one day away from life being more beautiful in the valley. the "life is beautiful" festival kicks off tomorrow. it's celebration of arts, culture, food and great music. the three-day festival expanded the footprint this year. this time, more of downtown las vegas is included, which means along were musical acts like mumford & sons the city itself is headlining. >> you know, we have so many businesses open up throughout the year. don't know if people come out throughout the year, but when "life is beautiful" it
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up. people come out here and say, downtown is cool. >> it is. once you run on the grounds, you can only re-enter once. with more tickets sold than ever before an estimated 40,000 people a day, the festival is on track to make a profit for the first time. congratulations to them. the windy weather has forced a local school to cancel classes tomorrow. >> high winds knocked out more at the explore knowledge academy forcing s early today. >> school officials say the winds knocked out a transformer. and it won't be fixed until monday. keep your kids busy at home. >> extended weekend for them and we understand by the time the weekend rolls around the wind will be going away. >> yes. we're so glad about that. >> i kind of have missed coffee on the patio. yes. and we saw people going of a
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-- going after their trash cans. be careful out there. the winds are dieing down a little bit. still lingering haze in the valley. i'm very happy to say many neighborhoods are in the single-digit category when it comes to the wind speeds outside. still coming out of the southwest. here is a look at our peak gusts. most neighborhoods, you can see up to and over the who-mile-an-hour threshold. who-mile-an-hour -- over also very unsettled. you can see at lake mead, this might make you sick. stormy weather and thunderstorms popping up. you can see variable clouds near the boulder city area. we also saw quite a bit of blowing dust because of these strong winds. very happy none of our cameras broke. you can see this tree in spring valley. and the cooler air is starting to settle in. we have a very strong area of
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through. it will leave behind. right now we're in the 70s. you may notice it's very dry outside. a very different picture compared to yesterday when we had relative humidity around 68% in some neighborhoods. wind gusts, it looks like henderson reached 62-mile-an-hour winds near lake mead parkway and warm springs. 57-mile-an-hour winds in mesquite and 53-mile-an-hour winds for our friends in mountain's edge. bier at 7 -- we are pahrump. looking at the satellite, most of the action, you can see storm-wise was mostly to the east of us. we'll get in closer. you can see those thunderstorms developing, mostly over the lake. no one is affected by this storm. you can see over our area, things are fairly dry. however, we still have the advisories in effect. this is set to expire in less than an hour. so certainly some good news there for those dry conditions and strong winds. cold area of low pressure
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cooler temperatures tomorrow and especially overnight tonight. we're looking at lows in the upper 50s, people. put a jacket on if you will be out and bit. winds will diminish. 10, 15 miles an hour for the evening. 31 degrees on the mountain. that's below the freezing mark. 47 degrees for pahrump and 58 for overton. low 50s for indian springs. highs tomorrow will be a lot cooler compared to the numbers only making it to a high of 80 degrees. winds wi afternoon. so certainly some good news as you are looking forward to your friday. at least i hope you are looking forward to t still gonna be a breezy but we'll warm up nicely in the week ahead. we just can't shake the 90s but i'm glad we said goodbye to those triple digits. >> it was about time. >> it was done. we put it to bed weeks ago. >> we broke up with it. [laughter] >> thank you.
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dangerous suspect but this one had four legs, thick fur but a serious attitude. police followed that black bear as it wandered through the downtown area. authorities were able to catch it and release him back in the wild. the first official day of fall means it's time to start thinking about halloween. according to the national retail federation, you are likely to spend more money on halloweens and the costumes. total spending is expected to reach 8.4 billion with the average person spending $83. the survey by the retail federation finds more than 170 million americans plan to partake in halloween festivities this year. today is ice-cream cone day. it's the first day of fall. would you think it should be in the summer. no one can say who invented the ice-cream cone but they show up
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>> a little more ice-cream cone trivia. they were referred to as little waffles. that's what they were. the ice-cream cone made its data at the world's fair in st. louis in 1904. the indevelopper sold his company to nabisco in 1924 and they still make them today. >> i have a secret. >> yes. >> i drive to the mcdonald's every night almost and get an ice-cream cone. >> it's not a and i always say where did you get that [laughter] self-driving cars are 2015, [laughter] self-driving cars are 2015, the trend now is self-lacing 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,
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the phrase big brother is watching has taken a twist this year. >> our kim wagner shares ways to protect yourself. >> reporter: wheer tracked. you have no idea what happens to all of this information. more than 60% of americans consider that unauthorized digital tracking very intrusive. this is according to consumer reports. and now the experts have advice to help you take control of your personal information. it can be creepy when you search for a medical condition online and then a related ad pops up on your screen. >> it's called digital tracking.
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able in simple language to tell you what information is being collected and how it's being used. >> reporter: consumer reports latest issue has page after page of advice for protecting your privacy. here are four easy steps that you can take to limit digital tracking. for starters, installen an ad blocker like privacy badger. number two, check your phone settings to see which apps are tracking your location and turn off any that you d't know. number three, if you visit an unfamiliar website that demands your e-mail go to ten-minute where you can get a functioning e-mail that self-distraughts after you use it. and finally, be cautious of google. >> as you use google, it's collecting a tremendous amount of information about you. it does that no matter where you are online, if you are searching, maps.
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activity. there are alternative search engines like duck duck go that don't truck. if you want to stick with google search, you can delete the settings. more consumer reports tips for protecting your privacy are available right now at kim wagner, news 3. time for a look at what's coming up at 11:00. a at 11:00, the outrage surrounding this video and what the principal intends to do about it. that story and breaking news tonight at 11:00. finally here at 7:00, the famous power lacing high tops worn by michael j. fox, they've arrived. >> nike even releasing this promo video teasing the release of the sneakers that feature
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which tighten right when you step in. how cool is that? they go on sale november 28th. we don't have a price tag yet because they want people to -- >> free. [laughter] >> -- remain intrigued horner: i was proud to stand for our country. i will not stand for congressman hardy and donald trump insulting seniors and veterans. hardy wants to raise the retirement age and said seniors who rely on programs like social security are a draw on government
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they're just not for us. dccc is responsible for the content of this advertising. i'm catherine cortez masto and i approve thisis message. they're bringing drugs, they're bringing crime, they're rapists. narrator: and joe heck says "i have high hopes we'll see donald trump become president." i don't know what i said, aah... narrator: heck says he "completely supports" trump.
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narrator: and heck? reporter: you trust him having his finger on the nuclear button? heck: i do. reporter: why do you say that? heck: why wouldn't i? narrator: donald trump and joe heck. wrong for nevada. ?? ?? is brad pitt an abusive dad? did an out-of-control brad get drunk and lash out at one of his kids? >> this could be a traumatic
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allegations this serious, can the actor recover? pitt's next move as the actress some accuse brad of cheating with breaks her silence with a pregnancy announcement. >> it is something huge. plus, some crazy attack of a supermodel in the streets. and dancing's most adorable star. only we are inside front-runner what she's planning next. >> look, they can't stop. they just keep going. it's unbelievable. >> what has britney spears shrieking in terror? ? now for september 22, 2016, this is "entertainment tonight?" brad and angelina's divorce takes a shocking turn with a bombshell allegation. >> it's a new twist and it could explain why angelina is fighting for full, physical custody of their six children. >> one of hollywood's most respected actors is facing serious allegations. "people" magazine is reporting that brad pitt is investigated


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