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>> michelle: good afternoon everybody. thank you for joining us. the widow of a man shot by police in charlotte has given video to nbc news that shows the moment her husband was shot. >> kyndell: the video is disturbing. while you'll hear the gunshots we promise you won't see anyone being shot. here it is. >> don't shoot him. don't shoot him. he ain't do anything. >> drop the gun! drop the gun! >> he doesn't have a gun. he has a tbi. he to you guys. he just took his medicine. >> drop the gun! [ bleep ] >> please don't let them break the window. come out of the car. >> [ police yelling "drop the gun" ] >> keith get out of the car. keith, don't you do it! don't you do it. keith! keith! keith! don't you do it!
>> did you shoot him? did you shoot him? did you shoot him? he better not be [ bleep ] dead! i know that [ bleep ] much! i know that [ bleep ] much! he better not be dead. i'm not going to come near you. i'm going record you. i'm going record you. he better be alive. he better be alive. >> kyndell: this video brand-new in this afternoon across the entire country. last night before it was released the last two nights were peaceful. mayor roberts said she was on the street last night listening to people and said that it was an example of what a lawful demonstration should look like. the chief said he is still not ready to release the video. >> michelle: there's a press conference happening right now with the governor of that state. talking about the release of the video and also the latest when it comes to those protests that are happening. we'll continue to follow that.
man and woman he had been living with appeared in court today. he is facing charges of murder. >> kyndell: news 3's craig fiegener joins us live from the regional justice center. craig, we're getting new gruesome deabout this case. >> craig: we are. this crime did stun people when it happened earlier this week. it was tuesday when a person was accused ultimately after the bodies were found of the victim. the person accused of killing two people at an apartment complex where they lived. we then l lives with the couple. the couple had taken this person in. this person has a troubled life and they were helping this person get back on his feet. his name is frank interlicchia and he was in court today charged with two counts of murder. this video. it was a 48-hour hearing. oftentimes nothing substantive happening in a 48 hour hearing from a legal standpoint. but what it does give us is our first chance to see the suspect in person.
people, a man and a woman, with scissors and with a claw hammer. he faces two counts of murder and there's an additional allegation of home invasion. he is being held without bail. and he will return to court on september 27th. so next week. and that hearing will be somewhat interesting. because it did seem as though a public defender who was appointed today might make an effort to get bail set for this person. but it would seem to be very high b against him. and the fact that he said he couldn't afford an attorney and need as public defender. any bail in a high amount would seem he might remain incarcerated. i'm craig fiegener, news 3. >> michelle: thank you. that naked trump statue we've been telling you about that popped up in downtown las vegas is gone after it was damaged by vandals. this is exclusive video that you will only see on news 3. earlier this morning myself and my photographer brad bowyer were covering life is beautiful and
this what's we found. it was knocked over, damaged, and vandalized by graffiti. the statue created by a local artist who goes by the name ginger popped up just a few days ago on 6th street near fremont after making news in several other cities across the country. we were also there as people who woke up early to see the statue started to arrive and many of them told us they were disappointed it had been damaged. >> i think it's very sad that he was it's a very, um, sad representation of people's own personal opinions. >> michelle: then we caught this video about half-hour after we discovered the damaged statue. three people on a golf cart swooped in and whisked that statue away. they were overheard saying they know the artist and were planning to bring the statue back to him. we don't know if that's true. we also don't know who those people are and who they represent. >> kyndell: our city's first
last night's sports and entertainment is announcing a deal with the howard hughes corporation. a practice facility of our new nhl team in downtown summerlin. it will feature two rinks. they plan to break ground next month and open by next august. that's just two months before the team hits the ice for the first time here in las vegas. >> michelle: the windy weather that we've been experiencing forced a local school to cancel classes today. high winds knocked the at explore knowledge academy on mountain vista near russell. students got to go home early. i'm sorry make that yesterday. no school today. school officials say the winds knocked out a transformer and it will not be repaired until monday. so those high winds, i felt them this morning. i have to tell you, kelly, for the first time since, like, last, you know, spring i was cold this morning out there. >> kelly: wasn't it crazy? even after the newscasts were over i went outside and it was
beautiful day though. look outside, it is gorgeous blue skies. the winds are diminishing. that's great news. here is a time-lapse look. this is the las vegas day school camera. you see those trees swaying. the camera shaking as it gets started. as we get closer to the end thaef time-lapse it starts to slow down. it's still pretty cool out there. rancho high school 70 degrees. that's your current temperature at noon. winds northwest at 12 miles per hour. we've had gusts up to that's peak gust. those are diminishing as well. griffith elementary school still at 71 degrees. i they lot of locations today going to struggle to make it up to 80 today as we're looking at a couple of showers over near tonopah. we're going take a closer look at those coming up. >> kyndell: the coach of the local youth football team that kneeled over the weekend is speaking out for the first time. every member of the tmt red lions took a knee during the national anthem.
protest for racial equality which was started by san francisco 49er quarterback colin kaepernick. the fact that five and six-year-olds followed suit has fueled a debate about getting children involved in political statements. coach mac is combating those issues telling us it was the children who came to the coaches with the idea of taking a knee in the firstst [ cellphone ringing ] itt't's programs like these football teams that are making a positive impact on the 240 kids they mentor. in tulsa oklahoma police officer betty shelby is out of jail on a $50,000 bond. this is after she was booked on first degree manslaughter charges this morning.
crutcher after his suv broke down in the middle of the road last week. shelby's attorney says clutcher was acting strangely and she thought he was reaching for a weapon. police video appears to show clutcher walking towards the car with both hands raised before he was shot. there was also no weapon found in his vehicle. in oklahoma the penalty for first degree manslaughter is four years to life in prison. >> michelle: a tornado touches down in one part of the country thatoe tornados. >> kyndell: coming up, where this tornado was and how much damage it left behind. >> michelle: plus you know your chances of wing the real lottery are slim. but what are your chances of getting scammed? what you can do to protect yourself. >> kyndell: then it is fit friday. if you are looking to mix up your workout routine f-45 summerlin is here to show us a variety of training exercise. that's coming up at 4:30. "news 3 live at noon" will be
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>> michelle: this is new video released showing the bombing suspect out of new york, ahmad rahami, allegedly placing one of those pressure cooker bombs along a street in new york city. this video recorded saturday night at the very same time that the explosion went off in more than 30 people were injured in that bombing. this video shows rahami wheeling luggage down the street then he pauses for a moment then walks toward the camera and out of view. rahami is facing federal charges for planting those devices and several others in new jersey. >> kyndell: families in mourning today after a workplace shooting leaving several people dead in tennessee. an angry factory worker opened fire killing two bosses before turning the gun on himself yesterday.
supervisor. he then left work and came back with a gun. police say the man held a concealed carry permit. other employees were able to evacuate or lock themselves in offices when they heard the shots fired. >> michelle: an argument between two florida men ends in a shootout but the whole thing was caught on camera. this video showing the moment two men pulled guns on each other and opened fire. this happened in a residential neighborhood in florida last july. one of them had an ar 15. gun. the person with the smaller gun shoots first. the suspect with the long gun fires back. even after it appears he had been shot. two men just broke into jail this week. both charged with attempted murder. >> kyndell: yahoo has confirmed a huge data breach affecting 500 million accounts and what the company says was a state sponsored hack. a data breach in 2014 revealed information that may have included private information
questions and the answers to them. yahoo says payment card data and bank account information was not stolen. but is advising any users who haven't changed their password since 2014 to do so now. no word on whether this will impact verizon's intention to buy yahoo. >> michelle: uber is rolling out a new feature today to enhance passenger safety. now it will require uber drivers to identify themselves by taking a selfie before they start their shift. cognitive services to help match drivers file photos with their realtime selfies. in addition to protecting riders who ensure the right person is behind the wheel uber says the feature will help prevent fraud and protect drivers account information from being compromised. >> michelle: with the first presidential debate happening next week, a new poll has come out showing hillary clinton with a sizable lead over donald trump. this poll shows the democratic nominee with a solid six point lead over the republican
45 to his 39 percent. clinton and trump will share the same stage in new york monday night for their very first prime time debate and as you know this has been one of the most explosive campaigns in our presidential history. see how america reacts to both of these candidates from senior political reporter scott thuman and lisa fletcher. we will be all over it as the big night has arrived. the day. could a candidate's performance in that debate affect your vote at this point? yes or no. let us know what you think. head over to news3lv.com and click on question of the day. >> kyndell: we weren't the only ones feeling it yesterday. strong winds blew several trees on top of cars in southern california overnight. police say they answered multiple cars from drivers with damaged vehicles. no one was hurt. power outages in the west
>> it's a tornado. it just [ inaudible ] >> it is a tornado. >> kyndell: a tornado touched down yesterday in an area of the country that doesn't often see them. you are looking at footage from utah. the tornado touched down in weber county accompanied by rain driven rain and hail. several homes are unsuitable to live in. tens of thousands of homes are without power across ogden and nearby >> michelle: so we know utah gets a lot of wet weather and, you know, more than us. but tornados. >> kelly: no. that's definitely a rarity. and this late in the season. the whole thing was very bizarre. they had that yesterday. we were definitely dealing with strong winds. i noticed some trash cans decide to take themselves for a walk. maybe minor tree damage as well as we did have reports at the
it's gorgeous. beautiful blue skies. we do have light winds around. take a look at these temperatures. i mean, 69 degrees at noon in centennial? it's still really quite cool out there. lakes turning over to 71 degrees. paradise, you are at 73. southeast, 73 as well. if you are having lunch outside today you are going to need a sweater. how about that? isn't that crazy. the first full day of fall and it's really feeling like it. we definy out there especially in the northern portions of the las vegas valley. el dorado 14 miles an hour. centennial 18-mile-an-hour winds. gusts up to 25 miles per hour. but these winds are going to continue to diminish as the low pressure center tracks off to the east. here it is and still impacting northern utah. they're getting quite a bit of rain out of this one. they're getting mountain snow too. i've seen pictures of white caps on some of the mountains. really pretty. let's zoom in closer and in
weather. these showers making their way from north to south. most of this is pretty light, pretty fast moving. one cell looks like it's heading straight for the town of tonopah. moderate precipitation. these are going to be pretty quick as they blow through the las vegas valley is expecting to stay dry. a lot of sunshine. diminishing winds. those are going to continue to decline as we head into the afternoon hours. to be honest, we're going to struggle, struggle to make it to 80 today. that's mainly going to be the airport and the southeastern portion of the las vegas valley. north las vegas or west portions of the valley, we're staying in the 70s today. how about that? just think a couple of days ago we were at triple-digits. 62 degrees, that's what we're looking at for the overnight low. clear skies. nice light winds. if you like the chilly temperatures crack open those windows and get fresh air. looks like a good night for it. sunny skies for the weekend. light winds, perfect for festivals. 86 degrees.
still below normal. that's good news for the national public lands day. red rock and lake mead free admittance tomorrow. 88 on sunday. still upper 80s for monday. then a slight chance for rain showers on tuesday. something we're going to be watching closely. notice the normal high is 91. the entire 7-day forecast is below normal. >> kyndell: as much as we would hope things are different we know that your chances of actually winning a real life >> michelle: pretty slim. but marie mortera tells us the odds of getting scammed, well those are pretty good if you fall for a rip off. here's one victim's story. >> when i got that call i was so excited i thought oh my god i'm finally winning something. it wasn't. it just really took me. really took me. >> marie: a woman who only wants to go by dorothy was told she won the publisher clearing
taxes and fees. the instructions how to send it were very specific. >> put it in double envelope, wrap it in newspaper. and send it through the u.s. mail. and i know bet than to send money through the mail but i did it. >> marie: the hopeful notion of winning is what helps scam artists string victims a long. >> dress up real nice. we don't want and everything to get to you. >> marie: a chance visit in pittsburgh from dorothy's son made her realize this was all a scam. >> why are you all dressed up? i said well i'm expecting a prize. he said, really? and he kind of figured it out himself. the longer he was here and nobody showed up, that it was a
lotteries because consumers know the brands. but postal inspectors say this is a red flag. >> publisher clearing house would not just call. do your due diligence. you want to make sure that person is who they say they are. >> marie: another reminder from postal inspectors no legitimate lottery or prize will ask for money in order to claim the prize. with this lip off alert i'm marie mortera. >> michelle: an italian driver breaks a world record on one of the world's most dangerous roads. >> kyndell: coming up just how fast he was going. >> michelle: and it's time to take a moment for tom's trivia challenge. this is where each friday you have a chance to win a prize for what you know about the area you live in here. >> kyndell: this week five people will win tiktsets to a screening of the girl on the train. from the amc theaters in town square. here's the question. >> michelle: the life expectancy of las vegas mobsters
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not very wide. and 99 sharp turns on its way up. it's not the only thing that makes the mountain so dangerous. it also has several 180 degree turns. >> kyndell: glad that he's okay. [ laughter ] risky. >> michelle: have fun with that. >> kyndell: this next one is a drone that you can crash over and over again. because it's made of lego bricks. >> michelle: so san francisco based fly bricks has created a colored bricks along with cords, motors and batteries. the goal is to teach you how to build and fly your own aerial vehicle. each kit comes with the components needed to build a helicopter, hex a copter. >> kyndell: trending today. a little girl is touching the hearts of many people. >> michelle: more on that hearts of many people. >> michelle: more on that coming up in trendin horner: i was proud to stand for our country.
>> kyndell: an act of kindness. a little girl touching the hearts of many people after telling them why she is raising money for cancer children. what the community did for her as a response. >> michelle: it's a fit friday. we have s-45 summerlin here to put us to work and show us how we can burn up to a thousand calories in one class and look like these two who are standing to my right. we're going have more on that coming up. they look good. >> announcer: news 3 starts righ >> michelle: good afternoon. everybody f. thank you for staying with us. by the way kyndell nunley thanks for being with us filling in for krystal. the widow of a man shot by police in charlotte has released this cell phone video. this is the video that people have been wanting to see showing the moment that her husband was shot by police. >> kyndell: the video's release comes after police have refused to put out the video of their own. >> don't shoot him! don't shoot him! he didn't do anything!