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we could get these kind of ratings, right? last night's debate was the most watched presidential debate in the history. nielson company which keeps track of the eyeballs looking at tvs said 84 milli p >> today, hillary clinton and donald trump got back on the campaign trail after the battle on long island. so who won and who lost and what's next? stacy cohan has a look from washington. >> we had a great, great time last night. >> it was a fascinating period of time. i think we did very well. >> reporter: the post-debate, debate has begun. both candidates are claiming victory. >> i'm excited about where we are in this country.
he calls us names. he calls us a third-world country. >> very big moment. very important moment talking about a lot of very important subjects, including jobs, including immigration, our military, our vets, taking care of them. >> reporter: an immediate poll gave the edge to clinton. the poll has her winning by 62% verses his 27%. although the respondents already skewed more democratic than the population. it will be several d b becomes evident. speaker of the house, paul ryan, made it clear who he thinks won. >> i saw donald trump give a spirited voice to those of us who don't like the status quo. >> reporter: trump has complained lester holt threw tougher questions his way and following questions about a sniffing sound, trump blamed the microphone. >> my microphone was terrible.
me. >> anybody who complains about the microphone is not having a good night. >> reporter: round 2 october 9th. >> our mission is to connect the presidential candidates to our viewers to keep everybody informed we've reached out to both candidates to participate in extended interviews, not only with our station but with our sis store stations all over the country. tell us what you want to know from the candidates. clinton or donald trump or one of the third-party candidates you can e-mail us. we just want to give you a voice in this race for the white house. well, a donald trump supporter was so tired of getting his trump sign stolen, he decided to make his support permanent. well, sort of jerald hawkins of indiana got out his lawnmower and mowed the candidate's game
honking giving him a thumb's up. big blow to executives at wells fargo. stumf and another ecececwill -- and another executive will give up millions of dollars. wells fargo is paying allegations that its employees opened millions of accounts without the customers' permission. more than 5,000 employees were fired because of the scandal. al sharpton led a rally in tulsa, oklahoma following the death of terence crutcher. this march for justice started with a prayer by sharpton. crutcher was not armed when he was shot and killed.
sense out of a man whose car broke down on the road. walking with his hands in the air. and someone taking his life that was sworn to protect you. >> yes! >> that someone he's talking about, officer betty shelby who has been charged with first-degree now to charlotte, the police headquarters evacuated after a suspicious package was found. the police department has been under scrutiny there following the deadly police shooting of keith scott. authorities say the package was about the size of a shoebox, oddly wrapped and was sent to the department. a big explosion at a suspected drug house in the bronx killed a new york city fire chief. this is what's left of the home here. you can see not much, battalion
of gas. a drug lab was found inside. police were called but before they got there, the home blew up. 12 others were hurt. bill deblasio talked about the loss. >> our hearts go out to the fahey family, a family so devoted to this city. michael's mother, a fire chief before him, a family that's given so much and today made the ultimateac city. >> fahey was a father of three. the dea is joining the new york police department to investigate this. neighbors say they thought this houses was being used to grow marijuana but the explosion suggests something else. maybe they were manufacturing meth. one hearn pass been de -- one person has been detained. he was lost at sea. even the coast guard gave up on the search. >> he's back and we have information. and new information that led
[ cellphone ringing ] it's just another scandal from danny tarkanian. tarkanian 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,
but his mother is still missing. >> reporter: hearing the words nathan is safe, brought a smile to sharon's face. >> i was amazed and shocked and surprised and -- uplifted, you know, thinking. >> she was thinking her close friend linda was found after the mother and son never returned from their fishing ship aboard their boat, the chickenpox. >> we're still praying. >> reporter: she said it was >> she's always interested in spending time with him. >> reporter: nathan was found on sunday about 100 miles south of martha's vineyard. this afternoon, the coast guard said they will not be rehoping the search for his mother. >> she had no food and water, unprotected from the elements and there was no other life
>> reporter: she's hopeful these ribbons will work again to bring nathan home. in 2013, linda's father, 87-year-old john, was found dead killed by a bullet to the head in his home. that case an active cold case. in july 2014 a windsor detective was demote to a patrolman after withholding information. fox asked all they said was the case is under investigation. >> i'm hoping the phone rings any minute. a few children in norway are starting to taking advantage of the nation's new law allowing them to self-identify their gender like 10-year-old anna who will soon be getting aler confirming she's now legally a girl. she was born a boy named
long as they have their parents' cop sent. -- consent. >> i don't miss adrian. now i am anna and a girl. and i don't -- i don't want to go back to being the boy. >> under this new law, children as young as 6 years old are allowed to do this with their parents' permission. but an overwhelm those who have changed gender under the law are adults. all right. so you may want to check your freezer if your kids with wanting a snack. tyson is recalling chicken nuggets because some people are finding foreign material on the inside. this recall involves more than 130 pounds of its cooked chicken nuggets. usda says if you bought a five-pound bag with a use-by
the object people are finding comes from a plastic rod according to to the usda. hot tubs can be relaxing. a bear thinks so. >> this bear made himself right at home in a southern california backyard. the bear first got a lay of the land, kind of checking it all out and he said i'm going straight for the hot tub. climbed in for a dip. after a minute or so, the wear apparently to cool off a little bit with a drink of some cooler water there and he was just fine. >> i've seen photos of your dog doing the same thing. >> i have a lab who loves the hot tub. he gets droopy in there or else he will fall asleep. >> give him a martini. coming up at 7:00 -- >> a homeowner doesn't think twice when three intruders barn
her home. and the height-tech mrs. from space-x to colinnize the red planet. those stories and breaking news at 7:00. it's cooler outside. every day a little bit more so and kevin janison may not have a bear in his hot tub but he has a smile when he gets in one. >> bought -- without the bear. we do have breaking weather news in phoi those dust storms in the glendale area, southwestern parts of the phoenix valley. they have got storms nearby. the wind is returning down through the clouds, and they have had several episodes of haboobs this summer. not unusual in their valley. we don't get them very often. we have a much-tighter valley. that's a pretty picture. you got the dust, sunset, nice color and the helicopter holding steady. not quite the same scene in our
on. we've got them for you in time lapse fashion. this is looking across town. don't blink. here comes the sunset and, boom. that's a nice color there, that happened minutes ago. we'll start near lamb and owens. they are at 88. next stop, southern highlands, it's 82. up nearter an and fort apatch chip, 85. i will take the 80s in the evening -- in the evening. as we match out your wednesday, the clouds will increase. there will be a chance for rain. a couple of showers, maybe even a thunderstorm. we'll go from 70 degrees if you leave to 4 -- 84 as you
10 miles an hour. we expect the winds to fire up over the weekend and that could change your weekend plans. but before we get there, we've gotta deal with this -- scattered showers, even a couple of thunderstorms. you can see them rumbling around phoenix. that's what's kicking up the dust. the moisture is working itself towards the las vegas valley. but there's not that much moisture available. so a couple of showers, maybe a better chance over the mountains, maybe light rain in the valley. not overly amount of moisture even when roslyn gets involved, we'll still have the chance. it won't be any type of a toad flotter rainfall situation. with the storms nearby, phoenix and reno are tied at 87. r.a. in the mid-80s. for southern nevada going down
overton, 90. double digits in death valley. down in sandy valley, it will be 83. our valley looking at a low of 70. clouds on the increase. we have a chance rain later on. and if we get a chance to heat up an unstable atmosphere, maybe lightning and thunder tossed in. your seven-day forecast, another round of showers possible on thursday. then we dry out on friday. winds pick up over the weekend. temperature down and reed, since you are in a rush for the winter, lows will be around 60. lows in the 80s. all of the bears will be looking for the hot tubs. >> yes, exactly. >> you take your shirt off a lot of people think there is a bear in the hot tub. >> i knew it. >> you weren't supposed to -- >> that's what the wax is for. you know what we need? >> amber. >> yes. >> we need somebody to class up
amber -- >> sheers's -- she's over there puking. >> talking about the impact on the unlv team. sorry about that. it's all right. i'm trying to forget about it. in this case we're talking about adding injury to insult. unlv won this week coming 0 of a loss to idaho, a game the rebels should have won and now they are without their starting qb, johnny stanton. and will be out three, four weeks. starting in his place against fresno state will be red shirt freshman dalton. he's seen such little playing time. we don't have highlights. he's completed one pass for six yards in two games. but snead, nothing to sneeze at, at least according to sanchez who says snead has spunk. >> he's definitely got some
fire. i'm worried about him throwing the ball in the bleachers. if he doesn't do that, he will be all right. >> sanchez says unlv's original second-string quarterback kurt will see playing time on saturday. not starting because he's not yet playing confident enough following his shoulder injury. the rebels are the 9 to 10-point favorites against fresno state. kickoff is 7:30 p.m. at sam boyd stadium. approval for the las vegas hotel tax fund will come from the state legislature and in agency of the governor calling a special session to vote on it, washoe county commissioners have appointed three northern nevadans to fill vacant seats. they are dominic brunetti, julia
senate seat and jessie haw, a developer. all three said they have no preconceived notions about all they will vote. to an update on the boating accident that killed jose fernandez and two friends early sunday morning. fernandez was reportedly at a miami river bar and restaurant before the boat crashed. a spokeswoman did not say if he was drinking or what time the victims says he warned the pitcher by text message against the post-midnight boating trip. he posted the text on social media saying, please, bro, be careful. and a wire caught a photographer taking an official photo of the american team having to tell tiger woods, get out of the shot.
thought he was being told to move to the other side but he was being told, this is for players only. >> oh! >> have to move out of the shot. >> how embarrassing. he laughed a little bit. you may recognize someone familiar, ryan moore is playing for the ryder cup team. we'll track his progress this weekend. >> jim tells me to get out of the shot once in a while. >> and your hairy chest? [laughter] glad for us to change the subject. look at that. who is that kissing hand of a brother and taking selfies.
catherine cortez masto and i approve thisis message. they're bringing drugs, they're bringing crime, they're rapists. narrator: and joe heck says "i have high hopes we'll see donald trump become president." i don't know what i said, aah... narrator: heck says he "completely supports" trump. i would bomb the [bleep] out of them. narrator: and heck? reporter: you trust him having his finger on the nuclear button? heck: i do. reporter: why do you say that? heck: why wouldn't i? narrator: donald trump and joe heck.
all right. plan on getting your day started with a bunch of clouds. there will be a chance of rain, a couple of them tomorrow morning and in the afternoon. another chance on thursday. we'll start mid- to upper 80s and, of course, kelly will keep you updated on the rain chances on "news 3 today." that broadcast will begin at 4:30 a.m. gentlemen? >> all right. thank you. what should have been a fun day taking wedding photos at central park turned into something that went viral. >> they will be talking about this story to their grand kidds. a photographer was taking photos of it a couple in central park
politics should never come before basic health care, but that's the choice joe heck keeps making. women like me rely on planned parenthood for checkups and cancer screenings, but congressman joe heck voted ten times to take away their funding. heck even threatened to shut down the federal government to eliminate funding for planned parenthood. shutting down the government... taking away access to lifesaving care... just to score political points. joe heck should be ashamed. women vote is responsible doesn't happen that way. life does not end in a starbucks. >> a friend still bewildered. friends remember the victim of a deadly shooting in a southwest valley starbucks. what else we know from the investigation as that coffee shop resumes business.
twice about shooting three suspects who broke into her home. the dramatic video and what happened to those crooks. ready for take-off. space-x unveils the plan to bring the human race to mars. hard-working. that's how friends describe the man shot and killed at a local starbucks. thank you for staying with us. i'm marie mortera. >> i'm reed cowan. police connection between the shooter and the victim, 41-year-old aleksandr khutsishvili. >> this is our top story tonight. news 3's kelsey thomas spoke with the victim's friends. >> reporter: starbucks is back open for business tonight and we are getting a closer look at the man who was gunned down, shot in the chest all while getting a cup of coffee. >> he introduced himself as alek