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>> reporter: push to serve how our courts are getting creative to encourage you not to skim out on jury duty. >> reporter: don't judge a book by its cover. that's what a mother is saying about her son who is not being allowed to visit in the hospital. >> >> jim: i'm jim snyder he landed in a hospital bed after shot the strat us fear. he is a suspect of a crime somewhere else. >> maria: news 3 christie spoke to the mother who is des operate to see him. >> reporter: anthony shot 10 days ago and in the hospital his mother fears she'll not get to see him again. technically he is in police custody. >> reporter: she wants to see her son after he was shot
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>> he did not tell me who did it or who shot him but said, mom i'm sorry they took your phone. >> she system not allowed see him. he was want in the colorado for a parole violation. and he can't have visitors. >> my son was in prison, i get that. i'm not telling you my son is an angel. >> she was turned down for hospital visit. she is afraid she will >> he is not breathing on his own. i'm begging, let plea see my son. >> reporter: she understands why people may judge the situation her troubled past helped her get a degree in drug counciling. >> one of the sheriffs pulled me to the side and said, mom, can i give you advice. i was like issue certainly.
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>> inn thonny is under guard at the hospital. officer say its is not up to metro to decide if family is allowed visits. >> that individual that received injuries that require a higher care our detention center can give them will be taken to the hospital. that individual still is under arrest and now in police custody. >> reporter: she hopes to change the mind of those making decisions in the future. >> i'm not a bad person. her child. >> maria: metro tells us when they determine someone is wanted in another area, they will get held or treated until they get taken to the other place, which is the case with anthony. news 3, back to you in the studio. >> jim: christie, thank you. man hunt for the killer who shot
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club in town. metro released the surveillance six hours ago. showing the suspect and two people police want to talk with on deicature near flamingo last weekend. the man wearing glasses in the white shirt think he shot e zekial davis in a clothing store in that area that was housing the after hours unlicensed club. davis was found dead later. police want to talk with the woman on the crime stoppers. >> maria: protests in california. the scene of an officer involved shooting a metropolitanally ill man was shot dead by police. we have been follow thanksgiving since it broke yesterday. you are watching this again as the streets fill with protesters. >> reporter: you know what this is a story that continues to
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police say removed something from his pocket and appeared take aim. but he was unarmed. >> reporter: san diego and protesters on the streets angry about a call for help that ended in gunfire. this man, alfred took a shooting stance. rapidly pulling an object from his pock the and clasping hisz hands together. he concealed his hand in his pocket. police shot him and he died unarmed black manned to be mentate ill. >> i don't call the police. >> shooting and taping of the man on cell phone turned over to police immediately sparked angry protests. >> i seen the suspect he had his hands up. like, tonight shoot. >> i did noted hear anything and i hear, pough, pough, pough,
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released the video. >> in will be investigated and looked at not just us. >> death on the heels of officer involved shootings sn in charlotte and tulsa. >> reporter: our sister station reports he has a criminal history. drugs, weapons and threats among the charges. >> maria: reid, thank you. >> jim: congress will avoid a the bill passed today fund agencies through december ninth. they were facing a potential shut down on friday. this continuing resolution does get the country through the election. and the fight on zeka and help with the water crisis in flint, michigan. >> maria: a traffic alert. you travel through the southwest valley.
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less than three hours. officials need to make bridge gap repairs. westbound 215 limited to one lane kicks off at 2:00 aim through 10:00 a.m. avenue bound lanes friday the same time. you should plan accordingly. our traffic will help you navigate it join minutes. >> jim: through cyber space we share is about to get more secure. tomorrow the cyber security alliance will be launched. at 11:00 jefferard has been checking the group out and joins us to show us how they plan to protect us. >> the top it security experts in the valley wooshg for the top casinos and law enforcement and fbi.
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municipalities if they were tarrant county, texased. report report a subject that dominates head line 5 million accounts stolen from yahoo. wells faring or hit by cyber attacks national leaders and the government are vulnerable. >> it opens up a command. >> jonathan a former member of british intelligee has a team, southern nevada cyber security alliance. >> in the event of a threat to the infrastructure of anyone of the ecstasy of las vegas, north las vegas or henderson the mayor can pick up a phone and say, we need help. >> reporter: his team will work like a volunteer search and rescue unit.
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staffed. what areas could be targeted. utilities, power and water. branches of local governments. conscience like the black hat convention are proof people are interested in cyber hacking and there are characters out there look to do harm. >> i'm very confident no matter what threat arises we will have someone to field to counter that threat. >> reporter: threats that cou in nature. >> reporter: tomorrow is the launch of the alliance. it will take place out at the center on the southwest side of town. several city officials expected to attend. you were asking me, you know how would you describe sthooez these guys they are the white hatters. they know about the technology for using it for good.
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thank you. ahead, one of our civic responsibles a lot of people skip out on jury daoism >> maria: entertaining push from your local courts to get you ready to serve, up next. >> jim: new study that says roller coasters can be good for your health especially if you are dealing with a specific pain. >> reporter: harks. we have humidity that will lead to clouds. get your thursday started. significant winds, too. >> maria: voter registration deadlines are coming up. important dates. until october eight to register or vote online for the november election. october nine-18 sign up but have you to go to the county election's office. early voting starts october 22nd.
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>> reporter: let's talk jury duty. >> jim: we get that summons in the mail. one group is out to change that. new push to get more people to show up. new at 11. john tables a look at their new strategy. jury duty, see what happens when
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>> what's the first thought. >> it seems painful. >> reporter: they're not alone. the state has a jury problem. they need more people to show up and want to be there. people do it but we don't ignore them. problem happens after jurors walk in they have good reasons why they can't stick around. the best excuses told to judges as hay tell us and released psa. >> doggate my summons. two, i don't like larceny. and number one creative xuchls i'm a psychic i know something bad will happen. >> those are things people said. jurors are vital. imagine being a defendant who's life hangs in the balanceful you want to rely on someone. >> you need a fair cross section
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or the system breaks down. >> you got sum offense for jury duty will start in this room westerly you one of 200 people. they might over see two trials each needs 60 people as jurors. 80 can go home. other 120 will head up stairs to a courtroom >> say you are one of 60 people to get chosen you may not stay long. 14 people get picked for a chance to be a juror. >> think about it in those terms. you will be helping other citizens make a decision and the amount of cost and time is not significant. >> reporter: what is significant is the potential penalty fist you really skip jury duty. if you ignore your sum offense repeatedly they will not ignore you they will come after you and held in conat the present time.
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you are doing a good service. take it from someone who has been on two juries it is not hard to do. >> from one to another. jon, thank you. a group against the raider's stadium plan is making voices heard. nevada for common good out lines the hidden risks of the stadium deal. governor called a special session to look at the oversight increase the hotel room tax to help pay for this 1.9 billion dollars stadium. the park 750 million this group thinks the public will have to shoulder the risks billion arias get all the benefits. >> maria: tell your doctor and ask are if a prescription to disneyworld when you need to pass a kidney stone. a study says the bump of a
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we are limited partershiping about how researchers found out. a patient rode the railroad ride three times in an hour to pass a stone. a surgion test today himself and says you have better success on a rough ride with quick turns. >> if it works it works you don't want to be next to the guy passing the kidney storm. >> much more screaming. >> why are you i'm packing on extra backage. >> you are not just passing stones -- yea. right; right . i'm telling you especially with the drops they have you no. go to new york -- [laughter]. too much information. that will flood your system. what a start today. we have a couple of showers at 5:00 aim. as they worked through made for
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caught it if you were up early. rain hit a couple of pockets of the las vegas valley. it went over the spring mountains. helen took this picture with a double rainbow. i like this shot it was computer enhanced a pretty shot from the top of the palazo. on the east side of the las vegas valley. seat sunrise colors and rays of sunshineful overnight hump check this out. waves of shower. they were small and did not worst real estate. neighborhoods got a decent drink of water. now we are hue humid. in@a they are at sfaechl 37% dew point up a bit. wettest neighborhood in town 400ths of an inch.
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getting two more this evening am dew points shooting up. humidity 41%. also 42%. it is a comfortable evening if you don't mind the undesert like humidity. range 72-76. in the 60s and boulder city at 75. mc carron the extra sun got us up to 89. which is a normal high temperature for the 28th of sept. scared me we were expecting a few clouds in the three degree guarantee. tack on another 33 dollars as we roll along monday-fridays in september. close nothing on 600 bucks. tomorrow starting at 70. mid to upper 80s in the afternoon. again, not much wind.
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here is matthew a tropical storm 65 miles per hour sustained winds. we expect it to increase to heur can't status torment. work through the caribbean, hang a right and affect eastern cuba. the storms have a mind of their own. closer to home showers through the southwest. they were spotty. neighborhoods that got wet did not get wet for long. the over from roslyn pumped into the southwest. it pushes to the eastment system come down that will kick up wind over the weekend. friday will be in between. 45 on the mountain. highs tomorrow 87 in boulder city. 88 over the hump and death valley back to triple denialingits. a few clouds and humidity around
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rain, spotty, showers and more hit and miss with more misses than hits. 89 the high, thanks to sunshine in between the clouds. get to 91 on friday and wind kicks up during the afternoon saturday and sunday. may see gusts of 40 miles per hour. then the front goes through cooling down as we flip the passage to october. low aches for highs. news 3 today. we were talking about this earlier. october really is the prime weather month. we endured the summer not a lot of wind. >> jim: we pay the price. >> thank you. get you your own medical segment. >> doctor keven. >> i could be more descriptive. >> jim: controversy in the
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>> maria: the hall halloween is pulled what kind of person
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ampaign? joe heck, that's who. the truth is, as attorney general, catherine cortez masto led the fight against crimes like sexual assault and worked with republicans and democrats to make sure rape kits were administered for victims. but in washington, congressman joe heck voted against funding for rape kits. joe heck. lying about rape. part of the problem in washington. i'm catherine cortez masto
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>> jim: answer to why a halloween decoration is making people anxiety reach >> maria: the retailer pulled scary peep are creeper from canadian stores after someone complained it made light of voyierism it is made to mount on windows with a hooded man peering through a window. >>you would put it looking out but the decoration cost 30 buck its is available in some home depot stores and on their website. >> maria: regardless, that thing is creepy. >> it is creepy. >> coming up a former golfer getting ready for the rooider cup in minnesota. >> jim: 4 days remain nothing baseball's regular season there area i few post season spots remaining.
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december last year. 14 americans are killedd in a mass shooting inspired by isis. in the aftermath, congressman joe heck had the chance to ban suspected terrorists from buying guns. heck voted "no." 23 times. individuals on the fbi terror watch list have purchased firearms over 2,000 times.
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to let them keep doing it.... 23 times. senate majority pac is responsible for the content
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>> reporter: the baseball play-offs begin next weekending on sunday. both leagues a few games separate three team usa for final two wild card spots an e elimination game or 2 on monday. mets leading the wild car over san francisco.
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mess yet marlins miami leading until james hits a 2 run shot that tie today. a three-two lead and jay barbs his 7th homerun. third in last five gapes. mets inch closer to the wild card spot. boston red sox magic number was one. bottom of the ninth bases loaded. pawk mak cranks out a walk off grand slam. yankees five in the ninth. trondo lost the sox were the champs they popped the champagne going to the post season. on sunday ryan moore lost to the play-off at tour championship in east lake. more the wild car spot on the u.s. team for the rooider cup in
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the rider cup. hope to help the u.s. break a 3 match losing streak. >> it has been great. i have been having a blast. i know the guys well on the team and played with the guys a lot. over the years. i have been on too urfor 12 years. so, you know it is -- has been course and know everybody the captains sit and hear stories from past rider cups it has been great i'm sure there will be more of that through the week. >> all right. an extra drive away number 18 camry las vegas native kyle busch drives and joe gibes racing with president obama at
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congratulated the team. kyle in third place after the first two chase races trying to repeat as champion if he does he
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