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the unlicensed club. the altercation spilled outside. davis was shot to death. >> it's very hard. i'm trying to open up a new business, and near my business somebody got killed. it's a tough thing to swallow. >> reporter: it's very difficult for the davis family on social media, a relative wrote here we go again. another senseless killing. lord i'm tired. pray for my family. >> a law abiding nit club -- nightclub the murder won't have happened. >> had i known that i would have notified my attorneys. >> reporter: police are hoping the story camera will lead to the killer. police are looking for leads. if anybody has any information into this murder, you are asked to call crime stoppers at 702-385-5555. reporting live antonio, news
where a man was shot and killed on sunday is back open for business and news 3 just obtained the police report often the murder and we're finding interesting things. details what customers and workers went through from police got a 911 call. garcia told police he just shot a person and requested medical assistance. the report shows garcia went through the starbucks drive threw to get water before this hn was trying to use didn't work. a worker told police garcia came inside the store to order something else and that is when she heard gun fire. >> kelsy thomas joins us live from the starbucks where she spoke to those who knew the victim described as a hard-working man. the man 41-year-old aleksandr khusishvili. >> reporter: that starbucks is back open. you can see the line in the
shot in the chest while getting a cup of coffee. >> he introduced him self as alec. when he gave me his -- >> reporter: aleksandr khusishvili was known as sasha to some. rick james remembers a quiet man with piercing blue eyes. >> interesting man. had a lot of stories about when he was in the service in russian service. and he said he was a decorated officer. >> reporter: facebook page paints a picture of a successful entrepreneur but the story doesn't match with what friends tell us. >> he was homeless. but nobody knew that. >> reporter: sherwin hired sasha last year to work at this carwash across the street from the starbucks. >> he was very hard working. anything i asked of him he did. anything i needed done he would do it. >> reporter: days at the car wash, nights at a park
until sunday. >> he said i'm going to grab a cup of coffee. >> that was the later time rick james saw sasha, police say he was murdered by this man pedro garcia while sitting in a corner of starbucks. garcia called 911 after he shot sasha. he told the operator sasha looked like he was reaching for something and garcia is heard saying "go for it, dog, i'm not going to tell you again. go for it bough with me. tonight is the big of the mystery is what happened leading up to the shooting. >> doesn't happen that way. life does not end in a starbucks. >> reporter: that arrest report details the terror inside of the starbucks on sunday. what the customers saw, also what those bar eastas saw and what the accused shooter told cops when they had him in handcuffs. read all of that on our website.
>> anchor: thank you, prosecutors in the ammon and ryan bundy federal trial in oregon are about done wrapping up their case. brothers along with five other co-deft are accused of conspiracy to obstruct workers' jobs during an armed standoff at a wild live refuge. f.b.i. agents have been testifying this week showing 38 guns recovered from the refuge. authorities discovered more than 20,000 unfired rounds of ammunition there when the standoff thursday the reverend graham is expected to take the stand for the defense. he flue to oregon to join nevada state lawmaker to end the standoff at the refuge. >> anchor: the police shooting deaths of two african american men are taking new directions tonight. protests continue outside the courthouse in tulsa, oklahoma over the deaths of testifience crutcher by betty shelby. she is charged with manslaughter in the case.
charlotte, north carolina is letting gropeups know how a police shooting there is effecting kids. >> our fathers and mothers are kill and we can't even see them anymore. it's a shame we have to go to the grave-yard and bury them. we have tears, we shouldn't have tears. >> is a 10-year-old girl pouring out charlotte city council. it's the first time city council met since the police shoot being deaths of keith scott one week ago. >> anchor: the head of the nation's homeland security raising a run flag over gun laws in america tonight. >> should give the attorney general added digs creation to deny a gun purchase to somebody who meets certain parameters similar to the parameters for the no-fly or the terrorist watch list.
as a matter of homeland security this is something we need to do. >> anchor: he testified before members of congress looking into how america is dealing with terrorism since 9/11. >> anchor: this wild five is growing tonight in california's santa cruz mountains. 300 people are under mandatory evacuation orders right now. this one started yesterday afternoon as a building fire and the flames spread interest there. it's burning near morgan hill and is just 5% struggling to get it under control and 300 structures are threatened at this point. >> anchor: the ceo of wells fargo is forefitting millions of dollars of stock awards over the fake bangs scandal. the bank agreed to pay $185 million to settle charges it opened about 2 million bank and credit card accounts for
5300 workers lost their jobs in the wake of the scandal. but many of them are now suing wednesday farge -- wells fargo, at friday the u.s. government runs out of money to operate. >> a bill keeping it running is not going anywhere. before noon the senate blocked a spending bill. most democrats and about ten republicans voted against it. it would have -- democrats are demanding money to help flint, michigan, recover from its lead tainted water propsing to address the flint problem after the election pn a separate bill, but democrats right few are refusing to take them at their word. >> anchor: at 5:00 we want to give you an jut date on the drive around the valley. taking a live look at how our freeways are doing right now. a little bit of a slowdown eastbound beltway and if you are heading into las vegas on the 95, watch out for a slowdown there, too. >> anchor: news 3 tom hawley is up in sky 3 giving us another perspective on
what do you have? >> well, i got a little fender bender on the south part of the valley blocking off a travel lane. the cars smacked hard. southbound on eastern avenue. no one is seriously hurt. we do have paramedics on the scene but didn't see anyone put into a gurney. we saw the sensors a moment ago. to show you what it looks like, there is video. we flew over the southern beltway and yes it's stacked up in the eastbound lanes where you lose a lane over th connector. tom hawley reporting from sky 3. >> anchor: thank you, now we've more breaking news coming in out of southern california where police have shot a man after they say he actedder" ratically" near san diego, in el cajon. happened about 1:00 but in the live pictures you can see a crowd on the streets. detectives aren't saying much else about what happened other than the person who was shot failed to comply with officers' demands.
around here demanding more answers from police at this hour. the victim's condition is not known right now. >> anchor: turning a page here. it could be on your dinner menu tonight. next at 5:00 why a popular chicken nugget product is being recalled. >> the aftermath of the big debate. next at 5:00, what the two people who want to be your next president are saying about their first face to
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why would we ever send danny tarkanian to congress? dccc is responsible for the content of this advertising. >> anchor: 41 days left in decision 2016. claiming victorys in their first debate. >> republican donald trump was hitting hillary clinton hard on her economic policies. >> anchor: clinton hit back over his refusal to disclose his income tax record. >> anchor: reed cowan dissecting the impact of the debate. >> reporter: we want to know what did you think? did hillary clinton or trump win hands down? however you answer that both candidate are already plotting about what they need
[applause] hillary clinton went to north carolina. >> did anybody see that debate last night? >> reporter: she liked the way it wasn't. >> about not letting -- >> reporter: combative but clinton put donald trump on the defensive about not releasing tax returns. >> it must be something important even -- >> he didn't pay any federal income taxes. >> that makes me smart. >> reporter: clinton today -- >> now if not paying that make all the rest of us? in. >> reporter: trump made his main point. clinton is an ineffective long time d.c.insider. >> i just ask you this, you've been doing this for 30 years. why are you just thinking about these solutions right now? >> reporter: kudos today from his runningmate. >> this was a status quo versus change, donald trump showed the energy, the leadership. >> reporter: clinton looked energetic but not to trump. >> i don't believe she has
trump is a sexest. >> this is a man who you will dad women, pig, slobs and dogs. >> reporter: on fox -- >> when she hit me at the end with the women,i was going to hit her with her husband's women. >> reporter: in florida with cuban american supporters trump claimed he won the night. so with 41 days until the election i've important dates to tell you about. you have until october 8th to register. the standard way for the november election. from october 9th through to vote but you have to go through a county elections office or on the secretary of state's official on-line site. early voting starts october 22. head to news3lv.com or get an easy link to register on-line, election day is on november 8. >> 41 days. >> wherever you are you do not want to sit on the sidelines for this one. >> it's going to be historic. >> thank you. >> anchor: in case you
you can check it out any time and all the post-game analysis, too, as well as a look ahead to debate number two. >> the head homeland security is saying his agency is seeing a limited number of instances where hackers have been trying to get into u.s. elections systems. jay johnson says the agency has been seeing an increasing level of the sophs tibbettsed nation -- sophisticated nation state hackers but only cloud watch or sunset watch. someone here. another one is coming. going to be spectacular. >> let's check? >> nice sliver in between the mountains an the deck of clouds. you know what that means. >> going to be brilliant. >> if the timing works out well the skies should be on fire in just over appear hour. it does come down to timing. cloud have been piling up into the sky. they're coming in waves. we've been watching them all day.
they had the morning sunshine and they started to see the clouds. how about clouds swallowing up the sky in boulder city. this happen around mid day and early afternoon they worked their way across the mountains into the las vegas valley. some of them looked a little thicker like they meant business but no business, nothing falling from them although there is a chance later tonight then especially tomorrow, we've been watching the areas over the spring mountains down toward mount podesi where there could be a couple of sprinkle, there let's hope for the nice sunset. eastern and upon anda, dew points, humidity beginning to rise but not jumping. up near pavilion center, far west side at 84 and 19%, in pahrump. 89 degrees and 14%. the 80s, we have a couple of pockets of 90 degree air. outside the valley the
93 in mesquite. so today officially we maxed out at 90. a degree above normal. morning low above normal. we've had a pretty even split for september after june, july and august being pretty hot. tomorrow morning we will find our way to 80 at lunchtime. mid to possibly upper 80s beginning on how many rays of sunshine we can must you are up and tomorrowed wind not a million dollar weeks. it does look like we'll have a breezy weekend. before then watching the waves of bands and areas of showers working their way towards southern nevada. occasionally we see a flareup of more intense thunderstorms. this will be the rule tomorrow but they'll pile up a little closer to us. so we have the chance in town late tonight and tomorrow. if the sun comes up and heats up somewhat of an unstable environment going to like our chances to see more thunderstorms over the
so the chance for thunderstorms will be with us into thursday as well. mountains going down to 46. 63 in indian aspirins. still cool up in lincoln county. expect that in the 50s, high temperatures for hump day, wednesday afternoon, boulder city at 85. sandy valley at 83. should get to 92 down loughlin and 90 at the lake. for the las vegas valley going down to 70. clouds lo pile up in the sky. we have a chance for then tomorrow look for a high that should top out at 87. again a little bit of sun. a lot of clouds. but the chance for rain possibly a thunderstorm that. is going to depend on the amount of heating. the seven-day forecast as we look forward into the weekend and gand there, is another chance for rain for thursday. friday we towel off. over the weekend plenty of sunshine but winds pick up and there are hints we might
out on the boat proleg at this point i wait and see how the -- >> get a little dicy out there. >> you know, surf board maybe but boat, probably not. >> fly a kite. >>ic do that. with -- you can do that. >> with you the kite might pull i away. >> helping me out. >> is true. >> the cames of england are continuing their royal tour of canada. prince william and forest. prince george and the littler princess charlotte didn't go. the weather wasn't that great in b.c. and british news reports say mom and dad decided to keep the kids at home with the nanny. >> anchor: this has been a tough election cycle. if you need prove we have the story for you next at 5:00. >> anchor: why cash is no longer king when it comes to
horner: i was proud to stand for our country. i will not stand for congressman hardy hardy wants to raise the retirement age and said seniors who rely on programs like social security are a draw on government and the disabled are a drain on society. and then there's donald trump. they're just not for us.
>> anchor: he was recently convicted of murdererring his fianc?, he is accused of killing a il-- attacking a jail guard. what he is accused of using. >> anchor: we've come a long way since pong, haven't we? video games are making their way on to the casino for real money. it's being shown off at the big global gaming expo in town and we'll take you there live at 6:00. >> anchor: just as you were getting the stuff on there is a popular food you may be thinking about having for dinner. it's be ott recall list. >> this time tyson is recalling more than 65 tons of chicken nuggets send to stores over country because some people are finding bits of hard plastic in them.
chicken nuggets. the 20 pound bulk packages sold to schools are also on the list. complete details of this recall is always can be found on news3lv.com. now at 5:00 new information about who is cheating at nevada casinos. >> anchor: one quarter of all cheaters turns out to be casino workers. here is a live look at the famous las vegas strip where people in the gaming industry are gathering f gaming expo. the deputy sate gaming board chief told them agents made more than 600 arrests. james taylor says cheating scams can be elaborate. he notes one cheater who marked cards with an ink that could only be seen with special connect lance. >> anchor: credit card payments have surfaced catch
over $23 trillion with credit cards this year. >> the hottest trends for brides to be is jumping on social media to document their big day to saying yes to the proposal to saying yes at the wedding. three out of five brides announced their engagement within 24 hours of saying yes. brides planning the wedding with the help of social media, say they fired a vendor from their wedding they found on igr wedding crasher. a new york couple just sasd i do and hanks happened to be jogging through their wedding photo shoot in central park. he not only congratulated them. he also stuck around to snap a few pictures and offered to officiate their ceremony. hanks famously crashed wedding back when he was filming forest gump in 1993. >> i wonder if he was wearing his forest gump running
making a big political statement. >> he has mowed trump's name into his yard because people kept stealing his trump signs. joe hawkins made the lawn sign so big it can be seen from a road that heads to a popular outdoor hangout. >> definitely seep from the aerial images, 95% of drivers passing have hank honked and give him a thumbs up. >> more post-debate reaction
showdown. the fireworks, fact-checks, and the fallout from the first clash between donald trump and hillary clinton. the most watched debate in american history. plus, the former beauty queen thrown into the debate crossfire. trump doubling down his attacks on her appearance. blazing inferno. a blistering heatwave fueling wildfires, threatening hundreds of structures, residents under emergency evacuation. emotional plea. a little girl moved to tears in charlotte, her powerful message about police shootings. and new details about the man whose death sparked a week of protests. house explosion. a sudden blast levels a home, killing a fire chief and father. and crying in baseball. a star pitcher honored after his shocking, tragic death.