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art. >> announcer: news 3 starts right now. >> marie: new video surfaced showing the moments surrounding the police shooting of keith lamont scott. of course this incident sparking so much outrage in charlotte, north carolina and around the nation. >> reed: so we want to warn you that this video is disturbing to watch. >> keith! keith! don't you do it! [ shots fired ]. >> [ bleep ]. did you shoot him? did you there is scott's wife. she is also the one who took the video. while you hear the gunshots you do not actually see the shooting itself. she was up on the sidewalk. there's still a ton of questions to be answered even after the release of this video. >> marie: let's get to jay gray in charlotte where they're preparing for another night of protests. >> don't shoot him! >> reporter: after days of urging police to release body and dash cam images, today the
video of his confrontation with police. officers urging him to stop what they perceive is a weapon. >> drop the gun! >> reporter: scott's wife telling officers her husband has a traumatic brain injury. >> drop the gun! >> he doesn't have a gun. he has a tbi. he is not going to do anything to you guys. he just took his medicine. >> reporter: at times screaming at her husband. >> keith, don't you do it! don't you do it! keith! >> reporter: seconds later, the the new video first obtained by nbc news does not show the deadly shots as they were fired. and doesn't answer all of the questions surrounding this emotional case. something charlotte's police chief has said repeatedly about his department's footage of the shooting. >> i know the expectation that video footage can be the panacea. i can tell you that is not quite the case. the intent toss get it out and release it in a package to it can be consume and fully
protesters calling for the police video and demanding transparent gli the on going investigation. the march taking a turnover fight. tense but peaceful. after two nights of chaos and violence. still fresh in the minds of many here. as they prepare for another night of protests. jay gray, nbc news, charlotte. >> reed: it has been a difficult day for owners of a small business all gutted by an >> marie: it happened about three this morning in the shopping plaza at rancho and washington. that's where news 3's denise rosch is now. at this point, denise, investigators don't know how the fire started. >> reporter: no cause just yet. fortunately no injuries. but the damage is extensive. right behind me here you can see six businesses in this court yard that were affected. most of them are now boarded up. and take a look at this. several business owners showed
you can see there is very little to salvage. the fire started just before 3:00 this morning and one problem for firefighters. they discovered a roof was built over an existing roof and that the fire was trapped between the two. so it took extra manpower to open it up. irma brown, she owns a touch of elegance beauty salon and she's been in this location 30 years. >> i'm just in awe. i don't know what to think. i don't know wha i'm just out of it right now. because it's not something that i would expect. not something that i was looking to happen. with all these years over here, i've never had any break-ins over here or anything. it's just been work. >> reporter: and brown wants her customers to go she will rebuild and she will reopen. hopefully in about a month she
about $500,000. reporting live i'm denise rosch for news 3. reed and marie, back to you. >> reed: such a loss. let's hope she can rebuild. >> marie: the tab for cleaning up the mercury spill at walter johnson junior high is $16,000. the clark county school district will be paying for the clean-up. that $16,000 is for two bills it's received. one for $13,000 for from the company that cleaned and decontaminated. the other $3,000 from the company for field technicians and project administrator. the mercury spill shut down the middle school for almost a week. we don't know who brought it to the campus. >> reed: the neighborhood trump statue in downtown las vegas is gone after being damaged by vandals. that statue created by local artis who goes by ginger popped up a few days ago on 6th street near fremont after making news in a lot of cities across the country. we spoke to the artist. he says while he is not surprised it was vandalized and
somebody would destroy his art. he did leave open the idea of rebuilding the statue. >> marie: one of the biggest musical festivals of the year is underway in downtown las vegas. >> reed: las vegas city streets have turned into a blowout celebration of music and arts and a lot of good food for three days. it's called the life is beautiful experience. kelsey thomas is at the center of it all at the front gate where a lot of people are starting to make their way inside. kelsey? >> reporter: the gates opened about an hour ago. little more beautiful today in downtown las vegas. people are slowly making their way in. we're talking 17 blocks of downtown las vegas are shut down right now. it's all about music, fun, food, and, of course, the art as well. this is a three-day festival. and this year we're told there are more tickets sold than ever before which means 40,000 people will be walking the streets of downtown las vegas. it is a must go to test value
festival for locals and a weekend get away for others. >> i'm excited about the food. all the food trucks coming out and everything like that. we're going do a little r & d and go outside of vegas and visit some tiki restaurants and bars i guess, i should say. then the music is the best part. >> i want to explore and see the different art. at container park they have art exhibits and stuff that are really cool. and you know the food is not a bad option you are not coming to festival of course you want to plan ahead. a left to streets closed down. coming up in later editions of news 3 we're going to show you a bird's eye view of the festival. we're going go up in the ogden, one of the top floors, and show what it looks like from up above. i can't get in there but i'm going to try because i heard chick-fil-a is here. i'm going try to get in and see what i can find out. back to you. >> marie: girl's got to have her priorities am i right?
chick-fil-a. kelsey, thank you so much. [ laughter ] sometimes the selfie is just not worth it. >> marie: one man found out the hard way despite what you see here. we'll tell you that man does survive that attack. but we do have the story behind this daring selfie attempt. >> reed: a local woman doing something impressive for not just one nonprofit but dozens. you are going meet her. >> chloe: things are calmer and cooler today. we're at 79 right now in las we're going warm up a little bit more
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? they'd
be carried out in a stretcher, folks. i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters. priorities usa action is responsible
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update on this explosion. space x says the recent explosion of one of its rockets on september 1st was likely caused by failure in the helium systems of the rocket's oxygen tank. it was being fueled in preparation for a practice launch when all of a sudden, i mean, you can hear it there, it exploded at the launch site. there was no one on the site at the time of the explosion and no injuries reported.
nine explosion that happened last year. >> marie: the price some people pay for snapping a dramatic selfie. officials in india were removing this sizable python from the grounds of the school. as they were leaving you saw there one man stopped to pose for a photo and it was quite a selfie. in just seconds that snake lunged out, biting the man on the shoulder. you can imagine those injuries, they're so painful just by his but he was able to walk away on his own after the bite. >> reed: i'm cringing. >> marie: how could you not? let's talk about something else shall we? the new smithsonian opens tomorrow. >> reed: can't wait to take my kids. we're live in d.c. with a look inside the museum you won't find anywhere else. >> marie: a rescue caught on camera. what police say the man in the video was doing just seconds
what kind of person would misuse the topic of ra ampaign? joe heck, that's who. the truth is, as attorney general, catherine cortez masto led the fight against crimes like sexual assault and worked with republicans and democrats to make sure rape kits were administered for victims. but in washington, congressman joe heck voted against funding for rape kits. joe heck. lying about rape. part of the problem in washington. i'm catherine cortez masto
>> marie: thousands of people will travel to washington this weekend for the opening of the smithsonian's new african-american museum of history and culture. >> reed: it is a museum that took decades to create. anna lisa gail joins us from outside with a look at what to expect this weekend. so nice to talk to you from las >> reporter: yes that's right. it's nice to talk to you all too. reed and marie, i can tell you this museum gets a lot of people emotional because of the many reasons that it is so special. this is day one of a free three-day festival celebrating the museum opening weekend. >> i still have a dream. >> 53 years after dr. martin luther king, jr.'s "i have a dream" speech a dream for so
>> it has to be there closer to washington monument. not that far from where lincoln memorial. dr. king gave that magnificent "i have a dream" speech. >> reporter: beginning this weekend, thousands of people will celebrate the smithsonian's new national museum of african-american history and culture including president barack obama who made history when he became the 44th president of the united states. >> the president states. >> this museum has to help us all illuminate the dark corners. >> reporter: several artifacts traveled from afar like the pieces of a portuguese slave ship that sank in the 1790s. they were discovered off the coast of south africa pulled from the water in 2014. >> they're heavy physically. they're heavy emotionally.
which had to be lowered into the museum using cranes during the early parts of construction. and this slave cabin which was taken apart piece by piece and transferred from south carolina. there will be 12 inaugural exhibits on five floors highlighting civil rights icons and living legends. and, get this. the 28,500 free tickets that a opening weekend were gone in less than an hour. live from the national mall in washington, d.c. i'm up aa lisa gail. >> reed: can you imagine dr. king seeing that? it's been a long time coming. beautiful. dramatic body camera footage out of minnesota shows police officers risking their lives to save a man from floods. the footage shows the man is very close to being washed down river. he was holding on to a rope when the first responders arrive.
friend were exploring near a storm drain that empties into a nearby river when the rain suddenly came on them. the man thanked police for saving his life. >> marie: back around here. so i think the bad hair day is over. am i right? >> chloe: well. >> marie: i mean, in the studio. [ laughter ] >> chloe: it's not as bad as yesterday. so if you had to compare your hair from today to yesterday, it was better today. >> marie: you can attest to that because you were outside a >> chloe: and i'll be out live again for tailgate. look at these winds. a little bit of a breeze still happening in the valley but not quite as wild as yesterday afternoon. we'll show you the numbers in just a second. some good news. we've got calmer weather expected this weekend. everyone sitting home breathe a nice sigh of relief. it looks phenomenal outside. another gorgeous day, not another, but a nice day full of blue skies in las vegas. still a bit breezy.
of the north where we're seeing winds. you can see variable conditions in each of our neighborhoods. a little breezier on the edges of town at the moment. gusts today weren't as strong as yesterday but you can see making it over the 20 and 30-mile-an-hour threshold. we'll show you the windiest neighborhoods in a second. a little bit of shakeage in our trees. the dancing trees as kevin likes to call them in spring valley this afternoon. temperatures also a bit cooler. another day of temperatures in the 70s. summerlin, blue diamond and centennial. upper 70s for the downtown area and slighter warmer on the east side of town. nellis had winds up to 41 miles an hour so far today. taking a look at russell and mountain vista at southeast career and tech. also 39-mile-an-hour winds. outside the valley we're in the upper fifties for mount charleston. so a lot cooler than our friends
where it's been breezy as well. winds about ten miles an hour less than what we saw yesterday. that was quick math for you. looking ahead to the rest of the evening we're going linger in the 70s dropping down to 72 by 9:00 under mostly clear skies. the area of low pressure that brought us the crazy weather yesterday continues to move east. and we're looking at much calmer weather as we make our way into the weekend and even slightly warmer. still cool overnight. similar winds of course not as strong. normally in the upper 60s this time of year. so a little cooler than normal. highs tomorrow will still also be below normal temperatures threshold. 89 degrees for overton as well as pahrump. 65 degrees is expected for mount charleston. low 90s for lake mead. it's going to be another day of wall-to-wall sunshine. if you like the weather today you'll like tomorrow with a lot more degrees expected. 87 for your high. still below what we typically
saturday. so if you are going out to enjoy events around town the weather is going to cooperate. as we look ahead to the next few days, you can see the slightly warmer temperatures continue all the way into monday. a weak area of low pressure by tuesday will kick wind speeds up and drop temperatures down by a couple of degrees. after that roller-coaster weather continues and we warm right back up to the 90s again. what a tease, monday and friday. >> marie: at least the we ebtd is going to be nice. >> reed: thanks. >> marie b coming to las vegas. >> reed: when and where you can see the back street boys rocking out on the las vegas strip. >> dana: good afternoon. i'm dana wagner. why would you give somebody a broken phone for a retirement
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, he took over $500,000 from wall street-- including banks who caused the housing crisis. it's clear what joe heck's priorities are, and families like mine narrator: afscme people is responsible
>> dana: good afternoon las vegas i'm dana wagner. the spiritual leader of the tibetan people, the dalai llama, talk about donald trump. >> what do you think of him? >> i don't know. sometimes he is sort of, the way his hair. something like that. [ laughter ] and his small. >> dana: the dalai lama talking about it during an appearance on good morning britain as he was interviewed by tv anchor piers morgan. dalai lama on a tour of europe. a woman in georgia more than prepared when three robbers walked into her home at night and it was all caught on surveillance video. video showing the men running to the front door with guns. then running back out when that
drywall can be seen flying through the room as bullets spray the walls. two men were able to get out. a third ran into a glass sliding door. officers say one of the men was shot in the torso and later died from his injuries. david ortiz playing his final game at camden yards in baltimore! we know he's retiring after this season. they gave him a gift of a broken phone. why would they give him a gift of a broken phone? because it was when ortiz struck out during a game at camden yard. he was so upset he took the baseball bat to the phone in the dugout. they repaired the phone at least somewhat and were able to give it to him as retirement gift last night. that's what's buzzing today las vegas. we'll send it back to you. >> reed: this going to make a lot of people happy, especially fans of boy bands such as the back street boys. >> marie: well that's because nick carter and the crew is
hollywood. the back streets boys residency takes to the stage in march with a one of a kind production that's being described as larger than life over at the theater. that's the same theater by the way where j.lo and britney spears perform. tickets go on sale next weekend. that's october 1st. >> reed: their lyric is back street's back all right! see i'm surprised we didn't use that. >> marie: you are going to be there opening night? >> reed: no. [ laughter ] i was a dad when popular but i took the little eight-year-old once. rattle against rattle round after round. these two rattlesnakes rumbled on the porch an arizona home. they were trying to impress a lady snake. see guys this what's we do and we end up looking like this. they slither and struck each other. they innertwined for an epic three-hour snake fight. i am the tallest. no i'm the tall ets. all before a rattlesnake removal company said we've got to get
rattlesnake hotel in the desert. >> marie: the lovely lady is like guys are you going to leave me hanging? >> reed: i wonder if she felt proud they were fighting over her or was like grow up. a pregnant woman and her husband not able to make it to the hospital in time. >> marie: so you see the baby there right? you knew that baby came one way or another. how dad was able to deliver a healthy baby without the help of how dad was able to deliver a healthy baby without the help of paramedic. [ cellphone ringing ] it's just another scandal from danny tarkanian. tarkrkanian was the corporate lawyer that tricked hundreds of seniors 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?
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 like sexual assault and worked with republicans and democrats to make sure rape kits were administered for victims. but in washington, congressman joe heck voted against funding for rape kits. joe heck. lying about rape. part of the problem in washington. i'm catherine cortez masto
live at 3:30," with just three days until the first presidential debate, what possible hurdles could the candidates face when they speak to millions of americans? >> reed: head smart. new technology aiding in the fight of preventing concussions in high school football players. we'll show you how it all works. >> marie: hero in our community. she works for a nonprofit but also makes sure other nonprofits across the valley don't go unnoticed >> announcer: news 3 starts