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>> you need to respect na. i'm talking to you. >> maria: a verbal confrontation in a local store caught on cell phone video. >> jim: an argument that broke out over 2 women over a store workers use. spanish. a woman step in the to take the man's splichl side i'm >> jim:. and i'm maria. >> jim: talked with a woman who went to the worker's >> jim the argument hammed all over not speak english a customer got frustrated with an employee and had choice words. another woman decided to stick up for the man. >> reporter: winnings a confrontation with two women and a clothing store.
off the 95 and deicature this week. >> you are cheap labor, >> i wish you would. >>you are cheap labor. you are cheap labor. >> isabelle is the woman having the argument with the woman on the right. the argument e ruptd after the woman got angry at a store employee who did not speak english. we spoke with isabelle over the phone. >> insulting him like possible you are working and don't speak english and tired of you dirty mech cans. >> reporter: santos decided to step in. >> reporter: the argument lasted a couple minute it is. the woman threatened her. >> we'll find who is illegal or not.
>> santos did not regret standing up to the man who could not speak english. no , i would do it again. my kids were there and i help us my kids were there for our kids witnessed the mother. defending an innocent person. >> isabelle says she needed to be taken from the store because the woman we reached out to the store they had no comment but we did speak with workers and they say customers don't have a right to treat them badly. reporting live, news 3. >> thank you for that. now to developments protesters push if you recall release of the police voof a deadly shooting. we learned the wife of the man who was killed shot her own cell phone voochl >> video is coming out as
for a fourth night. video you saw is raising questions about weather keith scott was holding a gun when he was shot. you hear his wife yelling at police. the shooter told them >> the video is disturbing. >> don't shoot him. don't shoot him. he has no weapon. he has no weapon. >> reporter: the wife of keith scott recordingly the deadly police shooting of shoot him. >> he did not do anything. he doesn't have a gun. >> her husband has a traumatic brain injury. he will not do anything to you. he took his medicine. >> drop the gun. >> she was instructing her husband to comploy with police seconds before gunfire rings out. >> keith, don't do it. >> keith.
>> don't you do it. don't you do it. keith! keith. keith! don't you do it. >> du shoot him? 4 shots heard and police are seen attending to scott's body. >> he better not be dead. he better not be dead. i know that is -- i know that much you better not be dead. i'm going to record you i'm not coming near you he alive. there was an object on the ground was that a gunner something else. the chief in charlotte says three officers wearing body cameras but the video from the cameras don't show what he called absolute visual evidence that skol pointed a gun at police. charlotte's mayor says the video she has seen are not clear. >> there is not a clear picture, the body cameras is
at points. dashcam rais a partial view. i think that it is a challenge. >> reporter: in the video you saw is a partial view it is the first video we have seen. attorney for scott's family says the video does not prove whether the shooting was justified they are having calls for the justice department to investigate this. the u.s. attorney general says the department is still assess being the situation. >> jim: white police officer charged with shooting an oklahoma is out of jail after posted bail. 42 year old betty shelby face manslaughter for the doing of terence crutcher. oklahoma state me ruled his death was a homicide he die friday a gunshot wound to the chest. da's officed shelby acted unreasonable and involve to the point where she over reacted. >> maria: 45 days left until the
>> you go and attack hide i'm going to come like a puppy dog and say thank you from my wife and my father. that's texas senator ted cruz lashing out at trump two months ago. tonight he is endorsing his arch rival in the race for president. >> once referred to trump as a pathological liar is standing by prayer. cruz cites trumps list of supreme court nominees as a reason for his endorsement. monday trump and clinton go head-to-head in their first debate. >> jim: the race of nevada's open u.s. senate z. sag risen cortez says republican joe heck owes her an apology. remarks aids made that desparrages herzberg's taj. >> looking into this
>> reporter: good evening the back drop to all of this is the fight for the hispanic vote could be crucial for either in a race that could determine control of the u.s. senate. >> the back drop the hispanic mull z. nevada at the podium the woman who could be the first latina in the senate. >> no secret that this election has turned the idea of what is acceptable completely upside down >> what her campaign found on social media. tom tweeted catherine is as mexican as i am when applying for scholarships or running for senate. the candidate andrew it is a slap at herzberg's heritage many of the mexican american who is have come to the country that we recognize that worked hard and
media who speak for the campaign says brian balewda. we have questions for catherine cortez. none of it has to do with herzberg's heritage. i reached the author, as a mexican american myself i think it is unacceptable that catherine possibly be >> cam 59 manager about the democrat marcia wrote bandering at its finest that's why hispanic leaders support joe heck. >> she has no record to run on what heck accomplished for nevada's families. >> reporter: this group disagrees. one of ours. latina who could make history.
they are heard because of revenue they are taking from the community. >> this is a community both are courting heavily depending on the pole he is ahead or both are tide. >> atmosphere charged the closer to election day. >> thanks. >> maria: authorities saying the man who is suspected of setting off explosives in new york and new jersey have been planning it since the summer. police are looking over shows ahmad khan rahami planting the second explosive in new york. two men aload the suitcase and a pressure cook are bomb dropod the street. that he found his fingerprint on the explosive. he is hospitalized and under sedation. >> jim: revel of war in sir enthusiasm a young girl pull friday a mound of concrete still alive.
to reach the five year old. she is expected to survive. city is under constant bombing launching the heavy air strike on parts of the city. dozens were killed today. it is still cut off the united nations delivered food and supplies to a down how does of damascus. >> a traffic alert next at 5:00 we will look at the roads closing for this weekend's huge >> an update about that dangerous new galaxy note seven with the exploding bat reese. >> reporter: wind sipering down not everyone is quiet. that will happen but not for long. wind over the weekend. your forecast is coming up. >> maria: tonight the dramatic video of deadly police shooting rocking charlotte, north carolina what that tape revealed. trump getting a late
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>> jim: here for the weekend and there is plevin tow do. >> maria: go to life is beautiful festival opened an hour ago in downtown las vegas. if you need to get around for other reason, good luck. here is the roads that will shut down. all weekend long and you see the shut down stretch wide area of downtown from las vegas boulevard east to 11th and bridger and mosquite they are weekend. >> partyiers in the middle of it all will have a blast. who is there live in the center. all the festival to show what yous lies ahead. >> you are right about the roadblocks downtown. 17 blocks all together has been shut down. you will see signs like this. there are a lot of them.
you will have to walk several blocks. we are just about a block or two away from the main gate and the box office people of course, arriving you hear the music in the background. this is the fourth year now of the festival. it combines art, food and music. we got the main stages directly behind us. there is something for everyone according to organizers from hip hop to pop a couple big names. mumford and sons and jane's addiction. there are dozens of others. weather, of course. could not be better for an out door festival. we spoke to fans who were arriving. a person has been now all four years the fourth year and one guy who is coming for the first time and admitted he is not sure what to expect.
grateful dead fan. >> tomorrow our feet will be hurting. there is so much to do and eat. so much new art to look at. so many nice people of the met people from all overnight world. >> reporter: the grateful dead guy is decades behind this . is a three day festival. they lost money and hope to a profit this year and i think that young lady hinted at the fact you might want to wear tennis shoes you will be walking and standing that's the one piece of advice we'll pass long. back to you. >> all right. this is a thing i like about the music festival it has a mix of ages. >> maria: something for everybody and everybody loves food. count on that. >> jim: in washington this weekend a dedication will get
national museum of african-american history. this project has been 13 years in the making. it reflects struggles of african-americans from bondage to emancipation, civil rights and black lives matter from the spirit of the air men to the bravery of rosa partials and harry tubman and push to integrate hollywood bite black stunt man's association we told you earlier this week. >> maria: powerful for sure. we will talk about this incredible weekend upon us. >> give it to kevin. may be you got nervous you told us to be confident it would work out. >> all of that concerts going on the jerry garcia. >> grateful dead scene. if you are not headed to the musical concerts they are all over downtown to the south end of the strip.
tell be beautiful. breezes sunday for the most part gorgeous. mount charleston chill tow get the day started. plenty of sun. in red rock the 70s to 80s. perfect for hiking. if you want to take a trip up i-15 the national park you might run into clouds that would be it, majestic rocks. park way the 215, wind i off. lake mead seven blowing 76 air and trop cana 79 and calm. we have most neighborhoods dipping below 10 miles per hour. there will be bobs and weaves the next couple of hours. this morning we had gusts exceeding 40 miles per hour and many valley neighborhoods at above the 30 miles per hour threshold. outside in the valley wind backed off laughlin at 10 miles
the lake had a gust of 34. they will not get that strong this weekend but a few over 20 miles per hour expected sunday, mid day. top temperature is 81. that's it. 10 degrees below. the 63 degree start to the day. tomorrow we will be in the 60s to start. it will get 80's by lunch. upper 80s in the afternoon and not much wind. late in the day it might pick up tomorrow night and miles per hour expected. the wind bag is slowly crawling east. we got showers and parts of utah no tornadoes today and a little gusting of snow in the highest elevations. another system in the west coast late tomorrow and sunday. here are the lows tonight. 41 in the mountains that is chilly. tlan in calien that he is chilly as well. 50 in boulder city.
death valley back to triple digits. death valley for the las vegas valley clear and 62. a light breeze over night. ramps up tomorrow afternoon but not until the afternoon. 87 the high in town. we are warming the lake will get to 91. water temperature down to 77 that will drop more especially depending on your clothing of choice. mount charleston 65 after the low of 41 and more here is your seven day forecast. sunday 88. a few breezes. gusts over 20 miles per hour and hang out. start of plateau around 90 the next several days the upper 60s. about timing and the weekend should be fine. >> jim: if you loiter somewhere that is the place. >> maria: outside chloe is doing now joining us live from
just kicking off. >> it was a trek to get out here when the anthem high lanes the weather is perfect. we are haguing out with the weaver family and -- we are laughing about wanting to see the house and -- -- you cutow i will introduce to you my friends as we go around the corner here. this is john he is with the las vegas board will give t tell me about the bowl and when it is coming up. ? first we are giving them four tickets to the las vegas bowl on december 17th a saturday. 12:30 out at sam boyd stadium. we are celebrating our 25th year. we are excited. >> got the golden tickets. >> right here. >> if you are at home you want the tickets where do you get them. >> you better hurry they are going fast.
go get them today. >> reporter: checking out this amazing foochld i wish you could smell it. we have something just as good. rick, what are we eating. you had a different variety every week we have been doing this what is this? >> we got a three cheese macaroni and cheese. smokes meat balls with bacon in a bbq sauce. smoked chicken wings. my favorite on happy hour our beef, bacon and with onions and gherkin. >> we will introduce tout family that lives here. . you will never guess what he is cook. we will have a cook off and i will introduce tout family tonight at 6:00. back to the studio now. >> you had me at bacon wrapped meat balls i love the seahawks gear. >> maria: see at 6:00 if the party is going on.
galaxy note phones. >> maria: how the fix to 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? they'd be carried out in a stretcher, folks. i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot
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heck's attacks. catherine cortez masto has always served with integrity. as a federal prosecutor and attorney general... she made sex trafficking a felony crime. she worked with the bush and obama administrations to combat terrorism. as attorney general, she helped reduce crime. that's why she's endorsed by law enforcement across nevada. catherine cortez masto. catherine cortez masto.
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as district attorney, i've rtez masprosecuted a lot of violent people. our background check laws have stopped over 5,000 dangerous criminals from buying guns here in nevada. but a loophole makes it easy for those same dangerous people to buy guns. they get them at gun shows and online from perfect strangers with no background checks, no questions asked. it's a dangerous loophole. closing it will save lives. let's make it harder for criminals, safer for us. [ cellphone ringing ] it's just another scandal from danny tarkanian. tarkaniaian was the corporate lawyer for those with an elaborate scam 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.
>> jim: the version of the naked trump starch has been broken in pieces. tagged, new at the artist. >> maria: now gal antibioticing note fans heeding the warning to stop using the phone and get a new one. >> jim: they were recalled the batteries were exploding and causing fire. samsung reports half of the phones have been returned replaced. a new version was released wednesday. the company say 90% of american usersommed to get a new version of the phone instead of keeping the older one.
breakfast. >> mc donalds will test out the meal monday in tulsa. with the happy meal come word of a new egg and cheese mc muffin. >> maria: yummy. we share at my house. if the test is successful this happy meal
breakfast could be rolled out next year. i guess i do have to wait. >> jim: that will wrap it up for
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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, i've had tremendous success, i think...
tonight the videotape, first images of a charlotte man's deadly encounter with officers. >> don't shoot him. >> his wife capturing the dramatic scene on cell phone, raising new questions about what may be on the ground near his body. final countdown. donald trump and hillary clinton gearing up in very different just three days away now. trump today getting a late endorsement from former rival ted cruz. dangerous extremes. a dramatic rescue caught on camera. pounding rain, rivers overflowing, cars submerged, a train derailed by flash floods, and a tornado carrying a home right off its foundation. and gift card scam. the new way thieves can steal your money and how to out-smart them at their own game.