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>> reporter: yeah, jim. that couple was supposed to get married october 16th. those plans ended right here when police say another driver ran a stop sign. christine weir was killed on the spot right over her. her fiance was critically injured. it's what happened after the accident they still can't understand. >> christine is so cheerful, bubbly, that anybody that's met her with never for difficult to put into words. brenda and joe choiniere. >> it's horrible. >> reporter: on saturday their son brian and christine weir, both 33 years old, t-boned by a suspected drunk driver. the couple had been together since high school. she was killed instantly. he suffered multiple broken bones and a collapsed lung. >> emotionally i don't think he
she was his -- the love of his life. >> reporter: 22-year-old ashley winn, who has been charged with felony drunk driving involving death, according to her arrest report, she admitted to drinking whiskey up until an hour before the crash. but while bail was set at just over $00,000. 00 -- over $200,000, she was released and allowed to go extracted from the car, she was out of jail. >> reporter: the judge later rescinded the o.r. release and winn was taken back into custody. >> you took away a wonderful girl who didn't drink at all and it was senseless. >> reporter: now the family remembers christine with orange ribbons, her favorite color and find comfort in messages on
>> but the pain is impossible to escape. during our visit, a pair of shoes for the wedding that never happened will arrive by male. she didn't share their name but the choinieres remembering a young woman who was ev-- every bit their daughter. >> instead of planning a wedding, we have to plan a wake. >> reporter: christine's family is coming in from out of state to help with brian was just released from umc yesterday and his parents really wanted me to thank the town of pahrump for the outpouring of support that their family has received. reporting live in pahrump, i'm denise rosch. back to you in the studio. >> oh, all right. heartbreaking story all the way around. thank you. now to south carolina, where a teenager is accused of opening fire at this elementary school. three people including two students injured in this one. >> police say the teen's father
here's mark barger to bring us more from townville. >> reporter: it happened just after lunch. reports of shots fired at townville elementary school near greenville, south carolina. authorities say three people at the school were hurt. >> one patient flown to the hospital. the other patients were taken to? -med health. >> reporter: the coroner said the injuries were not life-threatening. one student and a teacher has been released. there was one shooter, a teen, custody, thanks to an off-duty first responders. >> jamie, one of the townville firefighters, was one of the first responders to get on scene. he engaged the suspect and at that point took him down and then law enforcement was quickly behind him. >> reporter: about two miles away, authorities are at another scene. a man dead from a gunshot wound. they believe the two incidents are connected. >> there's a relationship between the victim and the
son. >> reporter: meanwhile, nervous parents rush to the school, one mother relieved to learn her daughter is okay. but she's still worried about other children. >> i pray for the families of those kids. >> reporter: students were taken to a nearby church where they were picked up by worried but relieved families while investigators try to piece together what happened and why. mark barger, nbc news. demonstrations continue tonight outside el cajon after a deadly police shooting. police were called to a strip mall about a man acting erratically. police released this photo of the moments just before the fatal shots. the guy in the back there by the white truck is the man shot. according to el cajon police, the man, alfred olango, pulling ed something out of pants
distraught, a man who was acting in ways that looked like he was in great pain. and i saw him get gunned down and killed and it broke my heart. >> in fact, alfred olango's relatives say he was suffering from mental illness. the veteran officers involved in the shooting are on mandatory leave for now. police in charlotte, north carolina say the gun keith scott was holding when he was shot and killed by officers had been reported to scott. his family insists he was not holding a gun but police say the gun they found at the scene has his fingerprints and dna on it. his death has sparked demonstrations that have turned violent at times. one man was killed in the demonstrations. dutch investigators say russia was behind the missile system that downed malaysia airline flight 17. they also say the system was then shipped back to russia.
jet killing all 298 people on board. most of them were dutch citizens. at the time, pro-return separatists were fighting in the region. russia has repeatedly denied having any involvement. condolences are coming around the world for shimon peres, the former israeli president who died two weeks after suffering a major stroke. the israeli parliament is preparing to display his coffin. his political career spanned n he tried to reach a peace deal with palestinians, even sharing a nobel peace prize in 1994, an honor he shared with the prime minister and yasser arafat. the u.s. house and senate overrode the bill allowing families of the 9/11 victims to sue saudi arabia. the lone no vote was harry
congress has rejected a veto by president obama since he became president. he called the move by congress a mistake. we've seen self-driving cars. >> how about this -- a self-driving chair to make your wait a little bit easier. and kyle busch met the president at the white house also ahead, getting ready for the ryder cup this weekend. ran dip has that ahead in
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at night may be at risk for something else, depression. that's according to the researchers at brigham hospital. they took medication and that causes a mimic of menopause. no matter how many hot flashes they had, their experience was linked to their changes in mood. also women who woke up a lot were more likely to have symptoms of depression during the study.
effect on a woman's mood. a team of northwestern university scientists has been able to use a 3-d printed synthetic bone to fuse vertebrae in a lab rat. the custom material is made mostly of a polymer and a ceramic and has a mineral found in hur -- in your teeth and bones. researchers say some day this could actually be used to quickly and easily b operating rooms. it's got be to the point that standing in line too much is too much. thanks to nissan, you can sit in a chair and it can move you forward in the line. >> who was the energy to stand there and move a couple of inches at a time? >> exhausting. >> it may be the next generation of lazy. just when you thought we had kind of reached the peak on that one. they are equipped with sensors so the chair detects and follows
a nissan spokesperson says the chair technology is based on the same system that it's in the minivan. these are on display at nissan's public gallery in japan. they are not hitting the market just yet. they will probably tell well. >> with three kids at disneyland, about an hour into it, i would think i would love this. >> that's true. want to take a look now at some of the stories coming up at >> a city bus hits a car and then drives into a gas station. what caused this dramatic crash. it's all caught on tape. and if you can't afford the new apple watch, your insurance company may be able to help. we'll explain that, have any breaking news if it happens, all tonight at 7:00. but the one guy who needs to be on the an -- on the apple watch is kevin janison.
>> another way to get ahold of me. we've got a couple of spotty showers to deal with. but the clouds make for impressive vista, not quite the sunset last night. the sun went down, saw some cool clouds around the edges. those clouds were piling into the valley sky all day lock. we had a couple of quick hit-and-ms nothing too significant. pretty much what we were expecting and that pattern will probably hold through i believe tomorrow before things change up again. clouds being the great equalizer, we don't see a huge spread in temperatures, but sahara and nellis, they are at 8 a. silverado ranch and
and then 80s. and then off towards southeastern portions of the valley, pahrump, 75. sandy valley, they are at 8 had. 84. as you map out your day for yours thursday, we'll start in the mid-70s if you are heading out at 8:00 a.m. and we'll have the sun and clouds. a few showers possible but we'll flirt with the 90-degree mark in the afternoon. won't have any flirtation with e winds. nothing too significant. we've had very scattered action on the radar. right now, a little better intensity down here in parts of arizona. there is a chance if those hold together, they might skirt boulder city. tarantulas might get a quick drink as they push off to the northeast. there's more moisture. that's why we'll keep the chance for showers in effect at least through tomorrow.
friday, most of it will shove off to the east. reno 81. salt lake at 74. tomorrow, 80 in l.a. for a high. 67 in san francisco. 95 in phoenix. for southern nevada, overnight tonight, boulder city, 68. indian springs has a low of 62. highs tomorrow, back to triple digits for death valley. mesquite, 91. pahrump, 88. still a chance for a shower in town tonight. the morning low will bottom out at 70. we'll have the chance for a sure. dry conditions on friday, up to 91 and then as we roll forward into the weekend. the weekend story is gonna be wind, especially during the afternoon, both saturday and sunday. i'm beginning to think we'll have gusts between 35, 40. maybe stronger in the niles per -- in the miles per hour
>> yeah. >> we should have october weather. >> here we go. >> all right. >> that's where we're going. >> it's good to have a direction in life. a local golfer had a big weekend last week at the tour championship. it continues again this weekend. randy is here with details. >> it should be a lot of fun. on sunday, ryan moore lost to rory mcilroy in the tour championship. mcilroy became the fed-ex champ. took home morning. moore took home a check for a little over $750 grand. what he was hoping for was a chance to land the last wild card spot on the team playing for the ryder it up in minnesota. shortly after he did get call the call to join this year's team, the team that's hoping to break a losing streak. moore almost missed his chance on sunday to be on the team when
after. i was in the parking lot kind of loading everything up. i actually missed his call. i was like whoops. i meant to be paying closer to attention. i called him right back and i could tell right away, it was a positive conversation. it wasn't, so, you know, need to talk to you. it was like, hey, ryan, go to minnesota next week kind of conversation. it was -- i was ecstatic. >> all right. they will start golf on friday. there was an extra car in the white house driveway. car of kyle busch. the racing team was invited by president obama to come to the white house and congratulate him for his title.
races. the president even made a political joke using kyle's last name. >> it's 2016. i think -- mare were some people who thought we were gonna see a bush back here in the white house this year. but they didn't know it was gonna be kyle. [laughter] >> all right. kyle will be back on the track at dover this weekend. two nights away from week six of operation football. on friday night, a b bishop gore mon high school. the gales play florida. it should be a big name. they got their star receiver lindsey back over the weekend. there were two touchdowns against the bengals. it will be the third top ten team they've faced all season. you can catch all of the action from around the valley every friday night with amber dixon and myself on operation football
one more story. a former heisman trophy winner, tim tebow, used to play quarterback, turned baseball player. his first minor league. what does he do? he delivers a home run in his first at-bat. about 269 fans erupted when they saw the ball sail over over -- sail over the fence. >> thank you. well, a little boy is getting a lot of attention this election seen is. we will tell you where baby trump, as he's being called, and you can see why, is making the trump, as he's being called, and you can see why, is making the rounds, hair andnd horner: i was proud to stand for our country. i will not stand for congressman hardy and donald trump insulting seniors and veterans. hardy wants to raise the retirement age
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we have one little area of showers moving toward the lake. could maybe scrape eastern neighborhoods in boulder city. it's gonna be splash, actually impacted unpopulated areas we'll key an eye on it. still a chance for showers. mainly light. as you start your day tomorrow on thursday, a mixture of clouds and sunshine. about 70 degrees at 7 columbia. 7 -- at 7:00 a.m. kelly will keep you updated beginning at 4:30 a.m. on "news 3 today".
>> he's blowing up all over social media. a lot of people say he has a striking resemblance to donald trump. this is hunter. he's known in his community as baby trump. he's already been to a trump rally. he cruises around the election circuit on his tricycle giving high fives to call all -- to all of his supporters. >> and his mom says no matter glad hunter or baby trump, as he's known now, can make people smile and maybe lighten up a little bit. >> she shows that trump can use a sippy cup. >> that wraps it up for us tonight at 6:30.
also, a bus rams a car straight into a gas station. what police say happened moments before the dramatic crash. henderson police say a mother of three was killed by her own husband. thanks for joining us. i'm reed cowan. >> i'm marie mortera. news 3 has the police report on amanda kaplan's murder. we've learned she was death in front of her family. it's our top story. antonio castelan spoke with the victim's friends who remember her as a hard-working mom who loved her children. >> reporter: the murder victim's family would not talk on camera. but some of them believe this was an accident. that's what the murder suspect told police. for now, michael kaplan is here at the henderson detention center, facing a murder charge. new details are coming out of a henderson police report concerning 48-year-old michael kaplan. henderson police say on saturday