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washington state mall coming up here how they were able to catch him. final coming up why some business owners and downtown las vegas might be glad that that festival is coming to an end. news 3 live today starts now. live from las vegas this is news 3 live today. good morning and thank you for waking up with us on this sunday morning. take a live look on the las
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there were only working on a situation breaking news i'll get to that in just a bit.for now jerry brown over at the weather wall good morning to you. >> jerry: good morning kendal it's going to be a nice day i promised a nice weekend and delivering here. your breezes today but temperature the upper 80s and the breeze is blowing from the north. i consider that kind of refreshing. here's our skies over the last hour you can see there lightning looking to the east from springs preserve no clouds to be seen. winds are calm humidity is up it will come down look how high the pressure is. 30 point 17 temperatures in the upper 60s to lower 70s on the east side lower 60s over on the west side very refreshingly cool. 44 up in the mountains 69 in boulder city and 63 in pahrump our skies are clear across the west will close and not a lot happening today just a few breezes from low pressure to our east and high pressure
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in from california. you'll notice the winds through the mid to early afternoon 76 by 10:00 a.m. 86 by 6:00 p.m. and overnight tonight another refreshingly cool night with a few breezes a chance for showers and thunderstorms as we can all put a timetable on that up ahead in my main weather. back to you. breaking news this morning police say someone fired a shot in a parked car on the floor of the caesars parking lot. take a look at the images from the car but we can confirm thankfully no one was shopping if your email the same staff and on the nightclub had to be walked up by security because of the shooting police say the suspect is now in custody. police said a manhunt for the shooter who killed five people at a washington state mall is over. saturday night there was a 21 of 20-year-old man who immigrated from turkey but is a legal us resident. andrew spencer has the story. >> reporter: police a
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into a macy's store and started shooting. >> that was awesome that mall. >> blurry surveillance photo shows a bible toting man at the washington state mall. police in burlington say he is a soul person responsible for killing five people in >> the suspect entered the mall without a weapon. about 10 minutes later entered macy's with a rifle. started or fired multiple times. struck again for females ranging in age from a teenager to a senior.
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for those were mortally wounded. >> witnesses describe a chaotic scene when the shooting started about 7 o'clock friday night with people running unsure of where to seek safety. >> most chaotic i've seen in a while. the most chaotic that to me if they've been here i wouldn't think this would even happen here. i'm shocked. >> after the attack the man vanished into the night along interstate 5 about an hour north of seattle deputies arrested him saturday as he walked along the sidewalk in oak harbor. they say he did not try to run. other national headlines charlotte police released a video of keith scott shooting. that could dash cam video in a separate body cam video as well that you're seeing here. the body cam video shows an officer running up to the other officers who were facing scott. there is no audio for the first 25 seconds p.m. the footage
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was shot but shows him on the ground afterwards. neither video shows him pointing a gun at officers however police also released photographs of a gun and ankle holster from the scene. police are telling the public newly released images will not answer all the questions the controversial case adding it's just part of a bigger picture of the shooting. >> there is no definitive visual evidence that he had a gun in his hand. you can see something in the hand. and that he pointed at an also speaking out saying they're thankful authorities released the new information but still have questions about why police used deadly force in the first place. darren rael was a father of two and a mechanic he was working on someone's corridors gunned down in a random act of violence. news 3 nathan o'neal let us know if police have any leads six years later. >> reporter: for six years nicole said and skipped her brothers ashes close by.
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have any answers. >> a sister left waiting hoping for a break and her older brothers murder case. 44-year-old darren rael was shot in cold blood near the road in clayton street six years ago in north las vegas. next he was very few words but you knew what he was trying to say the way he would come across facial expressions. humor was hilarious. >> he was that guy. >> darren was a mobile mechanic or he was summoned car when keith he pulled out a gun and demanded cash. >> he loved helping it comes to cars. any types of car. >> darren was shot after he told the gunman he didn't have any money. >> while was fixing my neighbors car he was shot and killed. i just moved here. >> teresa cragin still rattled by the violent night. it's the reason why she helped watch a neighborhood watch program. >> i just felt this is not okay. we need to do something as a committee. >> the shooter got away six years later still no arrest. it's a reality nicole still can't shake.
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anybody else. in any community. >> your traffic news and not demolishing a bridge over 70 park avenue at i-15. this 180 foot long bridge has been around the last 19 years. until 5:00 a.m. on monday the bridge avenue will be closed between mlk and grand central parkway and get downtown by using alto bonneville charleston. and dot says all be open to the spaghetti bowl this weekend. the monument project is part of the project beyond which is widening the 15 between sahara and spaghetti bowl. construction on the new bridge over 70 park avenue will start next month and will be done by earlier this year. third day of the life is beautiful festival be ready for some slow downs on the downtown area roadways many of the streets are actually locked up. life is beautiful spans 18 downtown blocks with red and
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from those areas because you going to expect some closures east of las vegas boulevard. 211 street and from bridger all the way up to mesquite. not everyone is to throw at the event. this year several businesses in the area are complaining about loss of revenues and they're forced to shut down. for three days because public can't get access to the locations. we spoke to kathy brooks who runs a doggy daycare near downtown. >> you want to be a festival ground there keep it as a festival ground and just do that. but you have to involve your planning baby shrink it move the first part you also nearly need to keep the business owners in the loop if you going to be cutting off the livelihood. >> we did receive a response from festival organizers on the issue. the life is bit of a festival continues through tonight. coming up britain's prince william and kate visiting
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they're doing. one man in hot water after taking a picture with a python. why authorities are taking action over his daring selfie. all eyes and a local unlv student after his awarded a all eyes and a local unlv student after his awarded a major gift for his woman: here in nevada, those were the worst days of our lives, and congressman heck called it "a blip." "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 get left behind. narrator: afscme people is responsible
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congressman heck's become part of the problem in washington.
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at taxpayer expense and voted members of congress, like himself, taxpayer-funded healthcare for life. heck even voted to allow congressmen to take their pay during a government shutdown. congressman heck is what's wrong with washington. dscc is responsible
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ift. send >> kyndell: prince william and his wife kate arrived in canada saturday for a day visit there. couple sat down the canadian prime minister and his wife the prime minister and canada's governor general read the role couple upon their earlier arrival. this is william cates first their children that is three old prince george and one-year-old princess charlotte.fighting has intensified in the cease-fire brokered by the us and russia collapse. forces hit rebel controlled areas in easton aleppo with intense shelling barrel bombs and missiles. un says more than a million and have people in aleppo don't have running water. this attack is being called some of the worst yet of this
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man tried to take a selfie with a python. and then got bit. the attack took place friday after four officials remove the python from the ground the school. taking funds with the python is making it public is offensive under indian law and officials plan to issue a notice to all those who were involved. one local unlv student is getting a lot of attention for his hard work. the reward he is received and who presented it to him. new rebel to snap the two game losing to snap the two game losing streak when they took on idaho will let you know streak when they took on idaho i'm really good at war. i love war in a certain way.
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nuclear, just the power the devastation, is very important to me. i want to be unpredictable, unpredictable, unpredictable, unpredictable.
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dy how has your sports. jerry brown is your weather authority. you promised good weather and you delivered. >> jerry: will take it beatles triple digits were suffering under. take the 85 to 90 not a bad temperature range especially when you start the day in the 60s. weaving got some upper 50s around the valley from the red rock resort over the last hour you can see a flash of color in the eastern sky. we are looking at a sunrise officially at 6:31 this morning on the west valley how about that 58. charleston 215 open the windows and turn off the ac this morning. westwind at seven humidity is elevated it will be coming down local high the parameters 30 point oh five higher still at our downtown las vegas studios
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that life is beautiful festival.currently 68 degrees so 10 degrees warmer than over on the west side. in the middle down in henderson pecos and warm springs 64 degrees winds are calm. we still have a 70 paradise quarter and southeast las vegas down by san boyd stadium a few 70s on the southeastern side of the valley but you can see the low 60s out in summerlin. and we have some 50s out in the west side 53 always cool to monitor blue diamond. drop that 10 degrees 43 upon the mountains.67 and mesquite 61 in pahrump 76 down the colorado river valley in laughlin. and it will be windy down there. a wind advisory which i'll talk about later. 69 officially top of the hour at the airport 65 in the city of angels 59 in the city by the bay. 46 up in the salt lake valley. not a lot going on on the east
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but nothing severe yet.high pressure dominating our weather giving us a very nice sunday. however it will interact with a low associate with that front and we will pick up some north breezes today. and in tonight but nothing really excessive save down in the colorado river valley. highs today very pleasant generally in the upper 80s lower 90s easton clark county pahrump should hit the 90 degrees mark for us 89 here in the city breezy at times with the northwest winds 65 up in the mountain a little breezy up there as well. 89 down on the lake. and there is a lake wind advisory in effect from 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. today and that goes down to the colorado river valley. cool breeze tonight 67 for the low it will be cooler outlying areas and it's kind of a broad brush forecast this week from tuesday afternoon through early thursday to have a chance for some thunderstorms.i think the best bet would be on
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develop will get the clouds in the cooler temperatures which we can certainly stand for and then really other than monday were looking at 80s throughout the forecast. ending on 1 october with 87 and sunshine at the forecast we can live with. don't you think. >> kyndell: one of las vegan oldest living legends made a red carpet appearance over on the west side of town. comedian jerry lewis at 90 years young graded fans outside of the lewis was there to promote the screening of his new film entitled max rose where he plays an aging who discovered 65-year-old marriage was alive. also at saturday's red carpet event or some other big names that includes wayne newton and actor nicholas cage. movie role as lewis is first leading role in more than 20 years. all eyes and a local unlv student this morning after he's awarded a major gift for his
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saturday night during the halftime show at that unlv university of idaho football game. he was awarded a hefty scholarship from one of his biggest fans. five-year-old ruby part of the check to him lecture phase of ruby's rainbow local camping gear to improve the life of those living with down syndrome.over the past five years ruby's rainbow has been awarded nearly $300,000 to more than 100 people deal w also is ready how with a look at sports. >> rebel football team returned home to sandra stated last night the second game and over the season looking to snap that two game losing streak they face the idaho vandals the vandals all the world to game losing streak give it up 50 plus points each of those good opportunity for big numbers for the rebels here's quote back doesn't want first-quarter interception is a pick six
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back a little reverse going to darren woods junior he has some room down the sideline gain of 27 yards led to a lexington thomas three yard touchdown run. idaho comes back darren duckworth four yards up the carpet back to a 10 point lead 17-7 state looking to rebound from two first-half interceptions by mark philippa here in the flats go for four yard score 17-14 idaho at the break. teams go to overtime type xxvii unlv got a field goal but idaho 11 yards out had a chance t quarterback matt go to find colin hightower he's going to motor into the end zone that is how the rebels lose in overtime 33-30 one and three on the year. >> will pack on the road taking on the top purdue team yesterday they lose it 24- 14. once that's conference play next week for fedex dustin johnson third round final golf term of the dj but a tort
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to a man dollars is a job as a man in control of winning that cup and that $10 million prize about charles and control whole six and seven eagle six and eagle seven back to back eagles for sure so left a pretty good round. former rebel ryan more work moving up the leaderboard knocks on the bernie finishes 600 tied for third place roy mcelroy going to today's final round. the leader dustin johnson three shot chappell watch the shot from the rough knock it in he is tied with dj as they are getting ready to play the final round in atlanta cancer right here on channel 3. usc fight night las vegas fighter into roy nelson take a big but sober white of the column bigfoot? nelson found out the second round for siblings a big but right in the privates. ouch. moment to catch his breath. before the fight resumed when it did nelson looking sharp big right hand on silva but little
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nelson drops bigfoot little pound out at 40 years of age he gets knocked out when the ufc 22 and 13. >> in the main event sidebar santos back in the octagon taking on lena landsberg and typical sideboard fight domination the first round of performance of control 74 significant strikes she lands three second rounds more damage unleashing the arsonist everything kicks and punches grounded pound and cyborg santos was 17 and one now with one no contest i don't know if ronda rousey wants to come back and make a comeback venture should be fighting santos she looks like she's unbeatable. >> that's going to do it sports. no printing here but we're going to talk about mastering
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about euphorbia. >> they are many of them are from the old world south africa and arabian peninsula and whatnot. they've all in the same niches, die does in the americas. the most famous one is a poinsettia. that you have over here on our right. unfortunately that's not a real one because were not at christmas yet. >> i didn't even notice. >> it's okay. euphorbia are noted for they do have on them except their armored they usually have two together in the most famous thing is we break off the sleeve they bleed a latex. every time around christmas time people get all upset because of this on poinsettias and they know evans going to die from having the poinsettias in the house. it's an irritant of the over
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nursery a big box store nursery and have something labeled as a cacti and doesn't look like one if you just scratch it or break a leaf that sap coming out that tells you it's not.this really deformed looking one here they sell that essay crested cactus in the user name, this. this one is pencil get the inner many we can grow as potted plant here in las vegas because our desert plants. this one is called go for plant i had a bigger one but if i put that on neither one of us would be seen. but we can grow this in the yard supposed to dissuade golfers from coming in our yard. it's very coldhearted.
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antifungal as well as being an irritant to humans and animals so anything coming to eat this the sap will deter them. for going to propagate them i don't know if they can see her but the sap is already this broke off this morning it has covered and started to dry right. don't have to put a fungicide on this you can just go ahead and plant this less of a chance of >> you just push it back down into there. just like that k-9.>> right. it will grow and have a brand-new plant. in this case the deformed one it's called a sport or mutation and if you see it growing out of the top i bless this this with the plan originally look like and somebody in the garden found the more deformed one and go all while that's pretty cool.>> then they start agitatedly propagating this one
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ones that are kind of yellowish or whitish because they don't have chlorophyll. the so many different ones they make great houseplants. this one makes a tree in the tropics is called jamaican poinsettia. >> my goodness. >> all kinds you can buy in the wonderful houseplants. just keep your kids and cats from chewing on them. >> yeah. professor robinson thank you so much for joining us this morning. master the information for people with any other additional questions
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t back. >> kyndell: homicide investigation and mother of three is stabbed to death in henderson for coming up will tell you the close connection she had with the accused suspect. >> shots fired a people wounded after three suspects go on a tell you where this happened. the status of the victims. highlighting a new hero in our committee a little later will introduce you to a woman who raises money for nonprofit organizations right here in the 3 live today starts now. live from las vegas this is news 3 live today. >> kyndell: happy sunday morning. you can see the sun has gone up starting to warm things up out
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it's feeling good as well jerry brown and the weather center this morning. not too shabby when it comes to these conditions. >> jerry: i love the morning. just the school mornings such a change from summer and really very refreshing indeed. we take a look at the skies showing the red rock resort because of the skies brightening 631 sunrise start peak out there. on the west side of the valley there we've got 50s and 59 up at the elementary desert in an 250 ma coming down look at how the barometer is three zero point two zero inches of mercury higher still at a downtown studio a lot of people downtown today for the life is beautiful currently 67 degrees for if you are planning your trip down here a little later on. over the far east side a little warmer 72 at flamingo and boulder highway with the north northwest wind at four. winds are going to come up a bit humidity will come down
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nice day.seventies on the east side mid-60s and the central part of the valley. low 60s to the west 41 up in the mountains it's 69 and boulder city our skies are clear. across the valley and as you plan your day is going to be a nice one. midmorning 76 mid-80s by midafternoon. mid-80s early evening with the winds predominating through the late morning and early afternoons but not toto moisture this week i'll put a timetable on up ahead can go back to you. >> kyndell: a brutal murder in henderson a mother of three found stabbed to death at her home neighbor say they accused killer as her husband. this morning were getting a first look at the suspect. this 48-year-old michael kaplan behind bars.incident happened saturday morning police say nine one one call made by man at the home to report that someone was injured. police say the 30-year-old
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death in what may be a heartbreaking case of domestic violence. kaplan was arrested at the home is now facing murder charges. three small children were in the home at the time and have been placed in protective custody.neighbors we spoke with point to a history of domestic violence. >> she told my husband used to beat her. she left her husband because he is to beat her real bad. >> i never heard her scream. >> police say they victims identity has not yet been released. police in baltimore maryland looking for three suspects in a shooting spree. at least eight people have been shot authorities say a father and his three-year-old child are among the injured. suspect fled the scene and what was said to be carrying a shotgun.and the other two handguns. all the injuries thankfully non-life-threatening. south florida police searching for suspect that
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inside. authorities said the mother of the child parked outside of north lauderdale plaza and stepped out of her vehicle to speak with a manager of a business there. they say that when a man walked past them on the sidewalk and then jumped into the vehicle. they say the vehicle had been left turned on with the woman 10-year-old daughter and her two-month-old son in the backseat. police the girl tried to grab her brother as a suspect drove away but wasn't cc vehicle with the engine running and the baby inside. thankfully the infant was not harmed the suspect though remains at large. republican president of candidate donald trump spoke to our supporters in roanoke virginia. on saturday trump held a rally at the center there. he called himself a candidate for the forgotten voices in this country. he also criticizes his opponent that hillary clinton for doing nothing to help women and children.
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change. here he goes. >> my opponent likes to say that for decades she's been fighting for women.that she has been fighting for children. why then are 70 million american women and children living in poverty or in the brink of poverty in our country. why has she provided no relief for the millions of americans in search of a affordable reliable quality childcare. four years she's been doing this and she's done nothing. >> trump also took a jab at clinton's running mate that's virginia senator wrong pick near the first national museum devoted to the history of african-americans is now open. president barack obama and first lady michelle obama joined bruce bonner a 99-year-old direct descendent of a slave. they open the new facility national museum of african-american history and
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roseburg virginia. thousands of people attended saturday's opening ceremony. that included from present george w. bush and bill clinton along with chief justice john roberts. museum officials say nearly 3000 items are on display that includes tuskegee airmen training playing in the casket of emmett till is an african-american boy whose murder helped rally the civil rights movement. local stuntman helped pioneer civil rights movement in to be a part of history almost 50 years later. members of the blackstock men's association have inducted have been inducted into the smithsonian museum over in washington a news 3 kristi wilcox joins with the story only see here a news 3. >> reporter: lily harris read the invitation he got three weeks ago with a smile. >> that means that when we are gone we are still here because
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of the smithsonian national museum for afro-americans history and culture. harris was stuntman in hollywood and a pioneer civil rights 50 years ago he says it was a challenge. >> persistent showing don't take a job that you can't do. >> harris getting inducted into the smithsonian along with 17 other men and women who are members of the blackstock men's association. >> as henry greg. >> a grouha 1967. >> i will break out king i think if i'm not mistaken. was dirty harry tickets harris shares his thoughts and challenges of racism. >> you can't tell white people to stop the racism if we are doing it picks his thoughts about how to heal relationships today. >> all groups have some type of discrepancy. don't brand me. >> come to me and get to know
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cut the ribbon at the smithsonian grand opening this coming weekend harris hopes for change in the future. >> learning go and see these articles and all that stuff then you might learn something about us. >> medicaid celebrate the fifth annual healthy kids festival right here in the valley tell you about all the fun they had
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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? i think i've made a lot of sacrifices, built great structures. i've had tremendous success, i think... those are sacrifices?
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health watch flavored liquid and present taxes and e-cigarettes. researchers kansans to expose respiratory zone favors from a variety of e-cigarettes playing e-cigarette favor potentially harmful ingredients the flavored versions caused even more damage to the cells. strawberry coffee and menthol flavors were the most toxic to airway cells study also found figurehead of nicotine after released additional toxins as well. >> patients undergo an organ transplant may have an increased risk of developing skin cancer. new study from drexel university found the risk of applies to all transplant patients. that includes hispanics and african-americans. researchers say antirejection medication which oppress the immune system may make organs zip is more vulnerable to the effects of the sun. the recommended total body skin
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getting hands-on about getting healthy saturday was the fifth annual healthy kids festival. sponsored by the university of nevada corporate extension department. unlike typical health fairs kids got hands-on experiences as a visiting every single activity station. they received prizes when they complete their game cards as well. the event was designed to raise childhood obesity awareness to almost a thousand attendees. awareness month. today officially national comic book day coming up will tell you what all the fuss is about these graphic novels. one woman raising money for about these graphic novels. one woman raising money for nonprofit organization we 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
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including banks who caused the housing crisis. it's clear what joe heck's priorities are, and families like mine get left behind. narrator: afscme people is responsible
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t back. >> kyndell: i'll man risk his life to dump us will the river to save a deer. before standing on the bridge of the riverbanks they were shocked as you do your job into that water. remains because the river to swell match as you can see the powerful current. eventually the deer to get stuck under another bridge so that's when one man with the help of others around tethered himself to a rail got into the water with a life jacket on. they hosted the deer out of the water and then released him or her back in to the woods. at least when it comes to the weather here were a-ok as well. >> jerry: no doubt about it.
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north breezes both temperatures and 85 to 90 degree range i'm going to label them as refreshing rather than irritating. i hope you agree. >> we been watching the sunrise it was that 6:31 so i'm hoping that will peak over the horizon. i've affirmed that sunrise is in the east and it did again today. west 57 degrees we have some 50s out on the west side of valley. westwind at six humidity elevated that will be coming down barometer going to stay up 30 point oh six higher still at a downtown studio i've been showing to the downtown reading because a lot of people are converging here for that life is beautiful festival.if you getting ready 60s right now heading toward the upper eighties. dennis stephanie warm springs in henderson chesterton
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but going to take a few hours for low 70s on the eastern side of the valley low 60s on the western side mid-60s just in the central valley. 59 over in pahrump 54 mesquite 64 indian springs and boulder city is currently 69 degrees but not a lot going on back east some showers in southern florida. there is a frontal system across the country below is up here some northwind set up on the gradient between that and high-pressure that is ridged and from california. betwth keep us dry this weekend and into the start of the work week by late tuesday low pressure coming up from the south could give us a dowsing but that still very very iffy. highs today generally where they were yesterday may be a degree or two warmer. low 90s eastern clark county also you can hit 90 over and pahrump and 86 up at indian springs and 84 alamo below 90s down to the colorado river valley will be quite breezy. breezy around the valley at
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the mountain with more noticeable winds northeast 15 to 25 red rock looking at 84. when advisory in effect for lake mead with some potential wind gust in the 30 to 40 mile an hour range the boaters take no. area view when advisory does not include the las vegas valley but heads down into southern nevada also including parts of mojave county arizona. 67 for the overnight low coolant outlying areas to the 50s out on the a broad brush from late tuesday through thursday a chance for some showers as a low moves up from mexico best chance i think would be right there in the middle on wednesday. plan accordingly but with the clouds coming in that will suppress temperatures and actually not bad for the last week of september. heading into october. do i hear any complaints. q?>> not at all.
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stop by the local comic book shop that's because today is national comic book day. >> reporter: comic book fans unite september 25 is national comic book day. comics have been arriving to the end of the nineteenth century but it wasn't until the late 19 30s that they became popularized as a books fans know and love. dc comics the notice national emerged as the biggest names in the business and kick started the genre old age. that era saw the creation of superman batman captain america and many others. in the eight years since comic books have evolved into a pop-culture craze. >> there are dozens of comic book companies but the fans we talk to have their favorites.
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i'm a fan of comic in general. marvel. marvel. >> national comic book day is a day when fans set aside their differences and celebrate. >> popularity of comic book pictures to television and the big >> for those like to read on the go comics also available to a variety of mobile apps and online. >> dc or marvel hard copy or digital aquaman are iron man go out and celebrate.
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coming up man giving back by helping nonprofit organization will tell you exactly what 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 priorities usa action is responsible
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will be back. >> kyndell: we get to highlight a new here in our committee. i woman working for action raising money for other nonprofit organizations right here in the valley.our chloe beardsley introduces us. >> reporter: it's called monday's dark another performance and entertainment every month and you get to pick out a charity to receive the proceeds from the event adding up to about $10,000. >> andrea says it's hard to call it work when you get to do something this cool for the community. each of these pictures highlight a different night of
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charity she's reached out to help you just this past week it was hi shiloh horse rescue. >> andrea also helped raise money for opportunity village the blind center of lgbt center at three square just to name a few they benefit from the silent auction and picket each one is dark performance nonprofit started by rock of ages star nearly 3 years ago. >> when you ask andrew about her work you can feel her passion. >> that's my favorite show. that's my favorite show. that's an amazing charity. each one has its own special place. performances have been held at the hard rock now andrea says the group is looking to branch out more. the next mission is this space called the space. it's under construction now but will soon open with their own black box theater rehearsal studio podcast recording studio
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>> with an end goal to expand help to those who need it most in southern nevada. >> there grateful to us. for us it's what we do. >> andrea says the next charity there helping with the candle te foundation of nevada in the next mondays darkness scheduled for october 17. tickets are $20 and for more information about monday's dark and for the gofundme page you can go to the website our website >> kyndell: if you know someone in our community was gone above and beyond please allow us to tell the story. you can submit them on her facebook page next one sometimes it can
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expect. >> my goodness for this tv reporter ashley jacob in san diego at the zoo to talk about a weekend event when face-to-face as you so with a very friendly baby giraffe. television moment i'm sure that she wants to remember. she might've been a little bit more freaked out i guess while it was happening but after the fact. >> i can tell you back in the 80s is work at wj la which is now sinclair station is a live shot at the national zoo and two elephants came up behind me apparently and we can definitely ascertain one was male and one was female.
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behind me. and i wonder why my cameraman was laughing and thank the lord the youtube didn't exist then. or i would've been a legend. let's go take a look at our forecast and it's pretty good actually. 89 degrees today. not too shabby and you said earlier. 91 tomorrow monday should be the warmest in the wake but then when we can handle transfer moisture we can use late tuesday through thursday. >> thank you so much an story it was good. thank you so much also for
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was in trouble. good morning and welcome to sunday today. i'm willie geist. we're just about 36 hours away from the first presidential debate. while a huge audience is expected to watch, no one is quite sure what exactly to expect. we'll talk in a moment to rick tyler who played donald trump for ted cruz during the presidential debate in the


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