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something wrong with the shootee's credit card which is not what we were told sunday. the mystery behind the motive this morning. looking for answers, local police with more questions than answers after a man is found dead outside of an unlicensed night club. how that illegal business was able to hide in plain sight. >> announcer: live from las vegas, this is news3 today. >> dana: 6:00 on this wednesday morning live from gte, the larger gaming conference in the world and the new machines before they hit a local casino. you will get a preview right here. >> kim: one of the smallest people i is live at the mixer. kynda ll nunley we will check back with him. we are the wagners, kim and dana, here with you this wednesday morning. >> dana: traffic and weather every ten minutes on the program. the prospects of rain with
with tom hawley up in sky 3. >> tom: i do not have audio -- push. >> jeff: get tom back up online up in sky 3 and looking at this accident on 95 northbound near rancho. off to the left side, left shoulder. emergency crews on scene. another accident 15 at northbound at charleston. seeing a little slowing southbound as you make your tropicana slow moving at 8 minutes. all over freeways are clear. check of the forecast with kelly. as i was coming in, droplet's of rain on the car. >> kelly: how about that. a few rain showers making their way through the las vegas valley. we will look at those in just a second. heading out the door, grab an umbrella and raincoat. chances of showers even thunderstorms a possibility this afternoon. 87 degrees.
we will take a closer look at the radar where it is raining right now and where it will be raining next in a few minutes. now 6:01. in about an hour and a half, we will see the starbucks shooting suspect in person for the first time. our craig signer will be there and joins us live from downtown las vegas with what to expect. hi, craig. >> reporter: good morning, kim. here at home the most serious charges against pedro garcia are murder, robbery and -- robbery possessing a gun. these are serious charges especially when you consider this was a person in prison, was put in prison for violating parole and a ex-felon. new information new to news3 by the police report in the case. garcia you may remember was in a starbucks. he ordered a bottled water. there was a credit card that he tried to use that had his name on it, but the security chip had been removeded.
not. he let him keep the bottled water because he had already opened the bottle. he went into the store and for an unknown reason shot 41-year-old alexander kucavili. the motive -- it is a big mystery now. originally it was thought that garcia had his payment card declined and that may have angered him causing him to go into the starbucks but payment card was not declined. he was allowed to keep a puse the payment with that card. his first court appearance 7:30. i will be in court and coverage on news3 at noon. reporting live, news3. >> dana: also according to the police report. metro said that pedro garcia called 911 while he was in the starbucks and the victim was lying on ground bleeding to death and you can hear in the 911 call go for it dog. i am not going to tell you again. go for it. play cowboy with me as he was apparently talking to the
co-workers are calling him a very friendly man. >> i would think that josh would be a person to try diffuse a situation. probably the very first person to stand up and say this isn't right. this kid or whatever there -- he probably jumped in front of the gun i am thinking. i am sure he was scared. i know it. it just doesn't happen that way. lie does not end in a a nearby car wash. apparently he was a regular of that starbucks. at 6:04. take to you a suburb of san diego and this was the scene. a lot of people taking to the snreets protest because we have another deadly police shooting. we take to you the news conference from yesterday evening where we heard from the police chief. a black man shot several times by officers in the san diego suburb had died. the police chief saying at a news conference last night
pocket and pointed it at a shooting stance. check out the level hand portion of the screen. police released this new image to share. the freeze-frame of the initial part of the video you are using the video and the man is in a shooting stance and he is pointed right there toward officers. that prompted one of the officers to open fire. again that man dying several hours later at a hospital, and that shooting as a result brings protests at police racism, but, again, the man was not armed. the investigation continues. and speaking of shootings, we had one here in town too. this one not involving a police officer. a 27-year-old man was murdered outside of an unnoticed chinatown night club here in town. nearby business owners say they suspected illegal activities that the clothing store because there was routinely loud music being
early sunday morning. police say they found the body of a 27-year-old man named ezekiel davis in front of the business. he had been shot and killed. police say davis got into a fight inside the club. the fight spilled outside where davis was shot to death. business owners saying this is very troubling. >> that is a tough one. it's very hard. it is very hard. i am trying to open up a new business, and near my business somebody got killed, and it's -- i swallow. >> metro says that they were aware that there was stuff going on at that clothing store. it was on their radar, but they were never called out for any specific criminal activity. now 6:06. a plant sold all around town that many use as a way to treat pain could soon be banned. it is called cratum. an i think a shan plant that affects the same part of the brain as oxycondone.
dangerous and points to 600 calls to poison control in the last five years. 15 deaths in the last two years involving c ratum, but they say those deaths are not representative of the use of this plant. >> cratum is so much safer than just about anything talk buy. even sugar is more addictive and more harmful to you than cratum did. >> kim: our john trainor did extensive r out that cratum can be banned as early as friday. we will stay on top of this developing story. live pictures from our nation's capitol, our speaker of the house paul ryan talking to the washington club. he says a lot of businesses are moving overseas because of the tax codes and rates are way too high. he is going to get democrats on board to change the tax code in the upcoming session. this is a video of our wednesday.
scientific experiment, but also became the subject of a hollywood movie. tom hawley takes us inside both "bioatmosphere 2" and bio dome." >> former israel president has passed away and this morning we now know the funeral plans for him and we have how president obama where remember him. in sky 3, we found a dry spot for through some sprinkles and we through some sprinkles and we will fii
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quite a scene called the march for justice. it was led by al sharpton. 40-year-old terence crutcher was killed by tulsa officer betty shelby. you see her picture on the screen at september 15 an his car was stopped in the roadway. he was acting erratically not responding to police commands. he was not armed at the time of the shooting and last week ha charged with one count of first-degree manslaughter. she was released on $50,000 bond. 12 minutes past 6:00. the man who had a huge impact on global politics has died. former israeli prime minister and president shimon peres passed away two weeks after suffering a major stroke. in 1993 in his role as israeli foreign minister, peres helped negotiate a peace accord with yasser arafat, the chairman of
organization for which pere s earned a nobel peace prize. in 1994 he was 93 years of age and in a statement, president obama praises peres for advancing dignity and good will and will be laid to rest friday and president obama is expected to attend. 6:15 back in this country. we focus on a politician for an entirely different reason. chris christie. trial that the governor knew about what was going on with the closure of the george washington bridge and even joked about it. david wild 2013 who took to the stand for the prosecution is the first to testify that the governor knew this was taking place. governor christie who mass not been charged with any crime said he knew nothing of the closure. wild stein said that bill
the traffic jams on the bridge and the governor joked of them when told of fort lee mayor and the frustration that his calls were not being returned considering this traffic accident. speaking of traffic our traffic guru tom hawley in sky 3. tomahawk tomorrow we can do that and we are coming on an accident in the southbound side of the valley. the 15 southbound over the top of the 215. you so that he one car has spun around sideways. that is no good on the right side. traffic not real heavy southbound here at this time. the traffic will be northbound from the far south part of the valley. we have a small accident on the exit from i-15 north to charleston. this one involved a motorcycle. people are able to swing wide to get around that and let's continue our team coverage with jeff. >> all right, tom, thank you. we do traffic and weather every ten minutes. 95 northbound rancho. we have that accident off to the left shoulder. should be cleared about soon as we look at that your traffic forecast.
15 southbound running a little slowly. you heard tom about that accident off ramp from blue diamond roads. we will keep our eyes on it. a reminder to join the news3 waze team. you can give us updates on your commute but you don't want to do it while you are driving. as you bring us back to the forecast. california is looking forward to the end of october because it is when they can put this fire season behind us. >> dana: what is going on here. one after anothernd >> kelly: another one that you sprung up on friday. the marshes fire. at monday afternoon at zero containment. threatening power lines and a nearby power plant. mandatory evacuations are in place for some residents. 14 homes have been evacuated and one fire fighter was injured. fighting a fire was airlifted to a hospital in modesto. no word yet on extent of that
are all wishing him the best and hoping that that fire gets put out soon. want to start with this live look outside. the red rock resort camera where it looks like the sky it on fire. you can see a couple of rain areas that are making their way through the area and the temperatures as you are stepping out the door, upper 60s, low 70s. now here is a bigger picture of what we have got going on. low-pressure system bringing bring all this is working its way northward and clipping to the west. heading right into our area is where we are seeing those showers from mesquite. seeing them into las vegas. and then pahrump, you should be getting in on the action here shortly as well. let's zoom in closer on the las vegas valley where along and west of interstate 18 we are seeing those showers. most of this is very light activities. sprinkles, the southwest area seeing the steady precipitation seeing the
tracking their way to the west and we have thunderstorms the possibility for later this afternoon. keep the umbrella handy looking at a high today around 87 degrees. tonight, chance for a shower or thunderstorm still in play, especially in the early evening hours. 70 degrees. our overnight low and the chance for more wet weather as you get into tomorrow afternoon. 88 degrees is the expected high with breezy conditions developing over the weekend. that will cool us down. upper 70s for highs on wednesday. up to tom hawley for this week's video vault. >> tom: 25 years ago that week a few hundred miles to the south near tucson, arizona, a bold new experiment began. the premise is summed up in an unforgettable pauly shore movie. >> reporter: the place is the arizona desert. a team scientists and investors led by noah faulkner have come together to create the first space station on earth. a self-contained world, a pure environment. >> reporter: the fictional
life of biosphere 2 with earth being biophere 1. >> bon voyage that you may fly spaceship earth in the future. >> reporter: members have to survive on the food that they grow and raise and same water and air that they purify and recycle. nbc checks b experiment. >> a year later the project is surrounded by controversy. an ongoing debate whether bio sphere two if it is a experiment or masquerading as science. >> reporter: it became a tourist attraction for those who made handshakes with biospherians. and more. >> while this shows them, they
diet with food stored up in advance. >> reporter: later, of two the scientists sproe compromised the atmosphere. >> authorities say they claim responsible for damage, the damage the sheriff's department confirmed. the two apparently opened up biosphere doors allowing outside air in. >> reporter: those issues aside, when two years w like biodome, but the biopherians emerged claiming success. >> they said it couldn't be done. and here we are. healthy. happy. >> tom: well, here we are looking at a live shot of biospher e. for while demolition in favor
of arizona eventually purchased the facility. today they tuesday as a center of research and teaching and it remains the largest closed ecosystem ever created. tom hawley reporting for sky 3. >> kim: tom, thank you. moves us perfectly into this story. space x is revealing its plans to colonize mars and we know what adventures they will travel in when they head to the red planet. vice president joe biden
you are looking at a long shot here of u.s. 5 where the 515 and eastern off in the distance over the top of downtown. one accident right now which is on the 15 southbnd right over the top. you see cars spun around to the side so that is a little bit of a problem here. and back here on our live shot before we go over to kelly for a look at the weather, i wanted to go way off our in the distance here. yes, we have at least virga. i am not sure if it is reaching the ground or not but a couple of drops on sky 3 earlier. >> kelly: a few raindrops through the valley. let's see where they are now. we are showing showers moving
las vegas valley. summerl irk n seeing some of that action. moving into north las vegas. we got showers and moving into the area. and seeing some and heading to sandy valley. temperatures as you are heading out the door. that rump 63. [ laughter ] lin at 73. and make sure you have the umbrella or raincoat handy. at 6:24, we are getting our first look at the inside of supposedly will take some of us to mars some day. >> dana: if you want to go to mars. >> kim: it is expensive. >> dana: $200,000 a pop. this is have space x. the elon musk company. he also owns tesla. people who send out this video showing the capsule and what it will look like to get people there. he thistle get people to mars and back for ten years and he
>> they should definitely send matt damon as one the people up there because he has a road map. >> we have seen him grows on the planet. it if he can do that he would be very valuable. 6:25. check out this picture. they are giving tiger woods the boot. the team picture ahead of the rider cup. why was tiger sent sailing? i think my strongest asset, maybe by far, is my temperament. i'd like
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during that fight that officer was by himself >> dana: new charges. a prisoner facing life in prison faces new charges. what a correction
officers says happened behind bars that have him facing charges again. kyle busch is heading out of our fine state, but he will be back. he is going to be leaving because he is being recognized for a big win. and gamers unite.
las vegas valley. we will take you inside and show you all the gadgets that you think will be on the casino floor that we will show it to you first. live from las vegas, this is news3 today. >> dana: good morning 6:29 on this wednesday morning. we are taking you inside the largest gaming conference in the world. >> kim: you can win moneying blake shelton, miley cyrus and alicia "the voice" chair and you don't are to sing or be a judge. with dana wagner i am kim wagner and our kyndall nu lley is inside. >> dana: we do traffic and weather every ten minutes. tom hawley skyward. tom, who do you see beneath you. >> tom: first show how is
orange cloud. everything else is grays and blues but getting the first look of sunlight. a little virga as well. the roads the 215 and 5 :15 interchange where traffic is relatively light. yes, a few fender benders and overnight fatality. this juncture the freeway looks good and continue our team traffic with. >> jeff: jeff the freeway looks good approaching the 215 has an accident working but for the most part not affecting a freeway. slow 10 minutes from the bowl to the 215. coming in on 95 and 215, slow at 8 minutes and 215 northbound in the clear. traffic and weather every ten minutes. kelly with a look at that beautiful sunrise and forecast. >> kelly: gorgeous am sunrise. all the clouds around the area and a few showers as you make your way out the door. grab your umbrella.
for later this afternoon. 84 degrees at noon today. 87. our high at 3:00. 86 as you are getting home from work at 6 p.m. a chance for wet weather all day long. we will take a look at where it is coming from in ten minutes. it is now 6:31, a metro corrections officer is recovering this morning after being beaten by a convicted killer inside our local jail.the inmate in question you are seeing on your screen. 54-year-old david frostick. sentenced two weeks possibility of parole for killing his fiancee robin jenkins. it was last wednesday that he choked a local officer by using his leg. that corrections officer was treated for minor injuries. the entire incident though caught on camera and our district attorney here in clark county steve wilson said that footage would be used against frostic when he appears on this new case.
agreeing to a plea deal inside a clark county court room. 53-year-old alexander montague manchester facing charges for three crimes including burglary and filing a false police report. he is australian, but we found out that manchester is actually related to british royalty. he calls himself the duke of manchester. he will be in court again tomorrow where he will answer to a charge of driving under the influence right here on news3. if you are looking for the latest and greatest in the gaming industry, we have a treat for you. take you live to the sands expo. kyndell nunley is standing by and not really standing but playing as we speak. good morning, kyndell. >> reporter: good morning to you, kim, as well as. i am playing one of the racing games. we all remember that game mario cart. this is mario cart for adults. i am currently in 7th place
i am second to last and i am coming up. i have bonuses that you see popping up on your screen. yes, i got 7th place but three of my drawers are matching. 125 -- $5 there. getting ready to make my money back. keith, let's talk about this game. i know the future of gaming here in las vegas in the casinos being geared toward the graphic of people making bets, right. experiences from your casino players and for the season casino play. >> and also to -- something that i am thinking of as a millennial is that really sort of the idea behind it with the new casino players. >> it's to be able to get the millennials, the 30-year-olds, the 40-year-olds, from the nightclubs into a communion y'all type of set-up where you
of set-up where you are playing like the multiplayer type set-up with competition. you are playing against each other, you are talking trash, bringing that living room experience of playing video games on the casino floor. >> reporter: what i love of this the competition aspect -- as we are getting another game started here. that the people behind me will be able to belt as well. not only are we competing against one another. are to to win or not. i did have two brothers. i grew up playing mario cart. i wouldn't bet on me winning than losing. and we will send it back to the studio, kim and dana, live from global gaming expos 2016. back to you. >> dana: everybody was fighting for that assignment and kyndall is having a great time. thank you for that live
kaine who is not up at the podium but we should. he has a campaign event in alexandria, virginia. that is his home state. >> there is former governor warner. kimberly kim looks like he will do introdunks for tim kaine. even though tim kaine is hillary clinton's running mate. he is fielding questions who is a alicia marchado. at the latest trump controversy. she is speaking out with al show and a portion of what to expect right here on news3 today this morning. >> it is 6 :35 now. most people want tiger woods in their picture but not this guy. he wanted tiger woods out of his picture. we will tell you why just ahead. plus ... ? [singing] >> kim: she is just amazing and she had a moment "the
:38. he was one the most famous golfer in the world and everyone would want him in the picture and tiger woods is get tossed. he was not on the team. a consultant if you will. this for the ryder cup. he was a little confused. he was on the end -- oh, oh, i guess you don't want me at all. i thought you wanted me at the end of the back row. people started poking fun at him immediately. a picture for the players and the captain only one those players b who played golf at unlv. he took the snub well enough and laughed it off. that is funny how the tide has turned for tiger. >> dana: you graduated from unlv and one of the ryder cup players ryan moore graduated in unlv. >> tom: i didn't follow the golf program very close and i
under dewayne knight. the boulder parkway, a reported accident at christie and stewart. we are not quite there yet and will show you a very die nam hick skyline as we have a little rain here and there but wait a second, i am stepping on kelly's toes. traffic and weather together. >> i have great shots of that virga already out there this morning as we take a look outside behind me, but also on the southeast technical academy camera. beautiful mountains. lighting up the clouds. we even had a rainbow for a second it is gone already, of course. temperatures as you are heading out the door 71 degrees. sprinkles at best in the area. and be sure you got the umbrella handy. high at 87 degrees. at 6:40, we are monitoring live developments coming in out of israel where you are seeing flags flying at
dying at the age of 93. we do know his funeral will be on friday. president obama will be in attendance and bill clinton and presidential candidate hillary clinton. so we are seeing a lot of these flags being lowered to half-staff as we speak as the entire world pays respect to the former israeli politician and his life story of the jewish state and was celebrated all visionary that pushed his country to peace. what is joe biden going to do after the election? actor? perhaps, he might. right here on channel about. we will show you the show he is in. and i love the show american ninja warrior but sometimes it is a little intense for me. is there a way to calm it down.
>> a high octane entertainment. i have a way to calm it down. being narrated by morgan freeman. >> in life we all face obstacles like heartbreak, failure or whatever the hell this thing is. some sort of inverted rock-climbing wall. anyway, the point is, to achieve greatness, you have to anyway, the point is, to achieve greatness, you have to believe -- oh, hashtag ninja horner: i was proud to stand for our country. i will not stand for congressman hardy and donald trump insulting seniors and veterans. 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.
6:45. the first time since the in court. craig will be in the court room an hour from now and joins us live from downtown las vegas. >> reporter: this case is on the calendar for 7:30. i will be there. pedro jose garcia who police say was the shooter in that starbucks attack that happened on sunday. we also learned since the shooting on sunday that the person was killed. 41-year-old alexander kushivieli.
garcia. no information to suggest that the two knew each other in any way. we will see anymore court in morning and will have coverage on the newscast news3 live at noon to find out what happened. reporting live, news3. 41 days away from the link. deadline is coming up quickly. the important dates you have to know. you have until october 8 to register to vote online or at the dmv for the link. from october still get signed up and go to the county elections office. early voting begins october 22. to get started, head to news3lv.com for an easy link to register online. 6:46. speaking of the election, hillary clinton wants to capitalize on her didebate performance, and donald trump wants to change the conversation. both candidates are on the trail today. >> what has hillary clinton accomplished for your family
has been doing this? nothing. nothing. >> i did prepare and something else prepared for -- i prepared to be president of the united states! kimberly at 6:47. talk it out with nbc's edward lawrence joining us live from our nation's capitol. and edward, focus on the alicia machado. our local viewers will be hearing from her own words. what i understand in nbc's that brought her up after the big debate performance when he was doing a series of interviews. is this considered an unforced error? >> reporter: yeah, donald trump was sort of handing hillary clinton these softballs even during the debate. could you hear several points during the debate and now that has continued. someone 41 days out from the election who could be the president of the united states, and he is talking about a beauty queen from 20 years ago -- the comment he
is harping on is the fact that donald trump said that the beauty queen was, quote, miss piggy. at this time back then because she happened to be gaining some weight. he never discounted the fact that he said that. he said she was gaining a little weight. this morning -- yesterday morning when he was asked about it in an interview. so this is one of those stumbles that donald trump is making and continually talking about this rather than the issues. now last night, donald trump tried to turn to the issues. you heard in the sound b h hasn't done anything in office in 26 years. he labeled her as the establishment saying if you want change, then you have to vote for donald trump. but, again, he is being distracted now by some of these other things that are going on, kim. >> kim: we know you will be able to track it all along with nbc tracey potts on this program as we count down the days to election day. edward lawrence reporting live for us. edward, thank you. here is dana. >> dana: who is else is
alicia machado sitting down with natalie morales. >> what names he did call. >> you miss piggy, house keeping. >> to your face? >> yes, all the time. that was normal to him at that moment. i was 18 years old. i was myself to him on the >> dana: you can see the rest of that interview on news3 today on today. it has been almost a decade since 28 american exchange unit amanda knox was accused of murdering her roommate. now a newly made film is looking at the case. how she met her bren at time. >> my heart was beating so fast.
many other guys who were just automatically, hey, baby. like, he was super nice and i was completely charmed. and, yes. >> kim: amanda knox like we have never seen her before. you can check it out on netflix. before the release, you can hear from the filmmakers in a matter of minutes. stay tuned. wells fargo ceo john stumfp said he will for spit 141 million in stock awards as they launch a probe into the phony account scandal. the fallout has resulted in its first major executive departure. the person who created the fake accounts and headed the division has left the company and will not receive the $1 24 million payday in a bonus or severance. it comes ahead of a wells
the house servicing committee wants to know more about the bank's opening of accounts. federal employees say an intense focus of adding new accounts leads to a pressure cooker atmosphere at wells if a are go. happening here in town. the gun used by one of the most notorious gangsters in history is now on display locally at the mod museum. you can check out al capone .38 it was confiscated from the famous gangster during his 1928 arrest in miami and you can see it in the mod museum that is open from 9:00 in the morning to 9:00. >> dana: didn't al capone go to alcatraz for tax evasion. >> tom: he spent time there and kind of downhill for him at that point. we are in great shape on the
accidents because as we go to the wide shot, spots where rain is falling around the valley. southwest. intense looking here that passed by mccar ron. for the -- mccarran. for the most part traffic is behaving itself. a new accident at sahara and mccleod. 15 southbound. the freeway is lowering down a bit. and most part free of accidents on this thursday and as from speedway. currently 19 minutes. one hour looking at 25 minutes as long as it stays accident-free. currently it will take you eight minutes and make a 10-minute commute one hour from now. check of the forecast every ten minutes. how does it look court where side, kelly? >> kelly: give yourself a little extra time for that commute. dealing with the rain showers coming down across this area.
west of interstate 15. around pahrump starting to see activity around mount charleston and on the las vegas valley where we are seeing the activity now. northwest around centennial and the edge of summerlin to the southwest part of the valley, a few spotty showers popping up in the las vegas valley and more on the way to the west. thunderstorms developing later this a live look outside from the o'callahan middle school. a few showers in the region. have your umbrella handy and your raincoat and keep it with you and into tomorrow as well. 71 degrees at the technical academy. north las vegas 70 degrees. summerlin at 68 and green valley 72 this morning. highs today going back below normal.
our seven-day forecast, chance for showers.afternoon in las vegas, 87. our high. a few showers possible tomorrow afternoon and dry conditions heading to the weekend but breezy conditions developing on saturday. >> kim: kelly, thank you, at 6:54. an update with live pictures on your screen of the loma fire. the wildfire south of san diego, california. it is currently threatening hundreds of going through dry brush and timber. one home mass been wiped out. heat wave forced hundreds of people to evacuate. to the north four homes are evacuated and nine other damaged in a wildfire in the petaluma area. 6:54. water cooler with dana. >> dana: time for the water cooler. this high school student so
"the voice." that the judges had to get up and sing along with. ? jolene ? ? jolene ? ? please don't take him there ? ? one ? ? no one ? ? no one ? can get away for what i feel for you. [cheering] >> dana: >> dana: a high school student named darby walker. miley cyrus talked so much during the show that blake put on earmuffs. i don't want to listen to you anymore. in the end darby chose team miley. celebrating with a hug. i like her jacket. very colorful. vice-president joe biden. what will he do after the election.
on channel 3 on that hit show "law and order svu." he will be playing himself. connected to the white house's campaign to prevent sexual assault in our country. the episode tonight focusing on a case connected to the back log of untested rape kits around the country. you aware that is an issue right here in clark county, but not only here but across the country. you can catch joe biden in his acting debut right here at 9:00 on channel 3. will be there at the white house about an hour from now. the president of the united states is going to honor bush for his sprint cup title for last season. bush's first career series title and it was incredible because he started the year with an injury. about half the year and just dominated the second half to win the title. he is going to meet with the president in about an hour. in nascar, they sort of have their super bowl of races.
>> about five years ago, they have a playoff now and they are in the midst of that right now, but you are right the daytona 500 is the first race of the year in february. >> hopefully see kyle busch by news3 live at noon "the today show" next and more of alicia mercado in her own word causing trump controversy and more local news on the cw las vegas with michelle and jeff. >> jeff: good morning, guys and thank you. we are following a lot here on the man suspected of firing inside a local starbucks is expected in court and something else has popped up with the suspect's credit card that may have started this whole thing straight ahead. a model is making waves with her style as she poses
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peres, israel's former prime minister, has died. leaders from around the world paying tribute to his visionary leadership and his unrelenting drive for peace in the middle east. victory laps. donald trump and hillary clinton both claiming wins in the most-watched debate ever. >> one down, two to go. >> almost every single poll had us winning the debate against crooked hillary clinton. >> as the former miss universe who was thrust into the showdown steps forward in an interview with nbc news. >> what were the names that he called you? >> miss piggy, miss housekeeping, miss eating