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park. >> kyndell: it is a thrifty thursday. this halloween you can save a few bucks by using your leftover pumpkins as beauty products. youtube blogger heather mariano will show us how. >> announcer: news 3 starts right now. >> kyndell: we're following breaking news. u.s. 95 shut down between boulder highway and flamingo after a man is hit by a semi-truck. >> dana: he got hit just a short time ago. police say he was trying to get away from an off news 3's sergio avila joining us live from the scene. you said the last time we checked in the freeway was shut down. >> reporter: it's going be like that for, we don't know how long at this point, as metro continues this investigation. we'll push in so you can take a look. what we're being told is what you just said. this was a suspect that metro believed was involved in a shooting at the miracle mile
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crime which led to this person. still don't know their i.d. and that person ended up running on to the freeway and was hit by that truck. no word on that person's condition. like you said, the highway is shut down. if i see you we can turn around -- right now looks like it cleared up quite a bit. traffic has been sort of at a standstill -- stop and go here as the lights change and cars get stuck trying to get on and off the all the onramps on shut down on boulder highway and the freeway is closed from flamingo to boulder highway. if you have plans to be in the 95 on in this area try to find another route because traffic is going to be a mess as metro continues this investigation. we'll have more updates on this coming up on later editions of news 3. sergio avila, news 3 back to you. >> dana: thank you. it's been a very busy noon. we have more breaking news.
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arizona, about a 2 hour drive south of las vegas. according to the kingman daily newspaper -- you are looking at their website -- a police officer has been shot, is in serious but stable condition at kingman regional medical center. we understand the police officer was trying to serve a search warrant in the 1700 block of miami avenue. if you know that area, a shootout ensued between the officer and the resident at the house. the resident was shot and killed. we have a c later in this newscast and on "news 3 live at three." >> kyndell: at least one person is dead and dozens others injured after a train crashed into a commuter station in hoboken new jersey. >> dana: we had this as breaking news around 6:00 this morning. this was at the height of rush hour. chris pollone has more from the scene. >> reporter: a devastating scene in new jersey's hoboken train station just outside of
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into the station. it happened quickly and without warning. passengers on the train thrown wildly. up to 100 people injured. stunned passengers staggered out. >> the people in front of me were badly injured and we heard people screaming they were trapped. >> reporter: many passengers were able to make it out of the train to safety. >> i thought people would be pinned where we were but we were able to kind of climb over seats and get out the window. >> reporter: according to witnesses, the train carrying about 250 passengers failed to terminal. >> it came in at a high rate of speed, went through the bumper block, through the air, took the ceiling out. it was just -- horrific. >> reporter: the station one of the busiest in the new york city area is used by thousands of commuters who travel back and forth daily from new jersey to new york city. rail service has been suspended in and out of hoboken as the investigation into the cause of the crash gets underway. chris pollone, nbc news,
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train is in critical condition. officials with the national transportation safety board in washington, d.c. say they're so-called go team will arrive at the crash site later today to determine the exact cause of that crash. >> dana: that's a big question, right. why did this happen? commuters especially want to know. they want to know they'll be safe. time to check out the weather forecast. kelly curran, i see clouds behind you. is there any rain out there? >> kelly: there sure is. most of it is confined our local picture. this is the radar where we are seeing showers popping up on the local mountain mountains. the bulk of the precipitation down into arizona. even a pretty good sized thunderstorm cell to the southeast of flag staff. here is a time-lapse look at what we've seen so far this morning in pahrump. we have had sprinkles, even virga where it doesn't reach the ground. that's what we've seen moving through. most of the cloud cover, most of the shower activity confined to our local mountains.
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and at richard brian elementary school, it is 85. now let's turn to one of my favorite events here in southern nevada. something i've gone to every year. >> dana: ur talking about art in the park in boulder city. i know you used to live there. you have only been doing this for 54 years. not you two. [ laughter ] linda is shooting darts at me. there's linda and christine standing next to there is a fess middle school here named after your husband's dad. >> yes. >> dana: very famous-- >> the highest rated middle school in southern nevada. >> dana: she had to make that clear. tell me about art in the park. i know you are expecting 100,000 people this weekend. >> absolutely. 100,000 people in the next two days, saturday and sunday.
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we've ever had for art. over 350 booths. lots of food, lots of entertainment. >> dana: it's not just art but we're getting an idea what it looks like. you have lots of different styles of art. linda, tell me about the food. that's what i am really interested in. you can tell by looking at me. i like to eat. what kind of food are you going to have for the people? >> we have 20 food vendors this year. and we try to make sure that they aren't they want. just like everybody has the kind of art they want. for everybody and there's also a beer garden. it's very popular. i run he beer garden. [ laughter ] >> dana: it's supposed to be close to 90 this weekend which is perfect. but a cold cup of brew might cool you down a little bit. is this art for sale? >> absolutely. all the artists have come in and the art is for sale.
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you buy raffle tickets and you can win anywhere from a thousand dollar piece of art to a $7,000 sculpture. >> dana: give me an idea on the prices of this art. a lot of us don't have money to spend necessarily. but what would be the low end to the high end? >> i would think the low end is probably -- you can buy art and there is jewelry which is a lot of art. anywhere from $10 up to thousands of do >> and there crafts. pump kinz and gourds are very popular and decorations for christmas and halloween and thanksgiving. >> dana: do you charge people to get in? >> no. >> dana: it's free. walk around. tell me the park it's located in. >> escalante, bicentennial. >> dana: nine to five saturday and sunday. breezy on sunday but not bad. saturday might be the better weather day. at least according to kelly. ladies thanks for coming in.
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here on "news 3 live at noon" we'll tell you the famous house that was hit in that robin williams movie "mrs. doubt fire" is going up for sale. how much the several is asking for it in trending today. >> dana: rob inwas just on fire there. >> kyndell: and it is a thrifty thursday. how you can save a few bucks by using your leftover pumpkins this halloween and turning them into beauty products. we'll let you know with the youtube bg news 3 is the only place you can watch local high school football highlights friday nights. we're getting those highlights and player interviews. we also feature the scores of every single high school game. don't forget to take photos. just type and upload the photos. you can also catch operation football on fridays at 11:00 p.m. right here on news 3.
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directions between boulder highway and flamingo after a man was hit by a semi-truck. police say that man was trying to get away from them and they were actually after him because they say he is a suspect in a shooting at miracle mile trailer park on boulder highway and the 95 last week. we do have a crew on the scene continuing to bring you updates. we'll be rightht back. jacky rosen: i'm jacky rosen, and as a computer programmer, i created apps... before they were called "apps" and i learned there's always a smart solution. as president of my synagogue, we found a smart solution to rising energy costs... creating one of the largest solar projects in the state. in congress, i'll work with democrats and republicans to make all of nevada a leader in solar,
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eep us safe. i'm catherine cortez masto, and i approve this message. >> kelly: 1242 cl thursday. look at those clouds. that's the spring mountain range. this is a look out of our camera from mesquite. clouds over the local mountains there as well. temperatures, if you are heading out the door they're going to be pretty close to normal. pahrump 86. mesquite you are at 89. laughlin, 96. really warming up down there. let's look at the radar. that's where all the action is right now. we got shower and thunderstorms moving up through arizona,
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and some showers popping up here too. most of the activity is over the higher terrain. that's where we're seeing this -- mainly terrain driven showers today. and they're light. so you are seeing some in the spring mountains, the sheep mountains. quite a bit of activity, again, over the local mountains in lincoln county. the showers moving north and east and most of them fizzling out. isolated showers really a possibility for us today. better chances in the mountains. mount charleston you do have a your high around 65. boulder city today 87. caliente 79. primm 89. overnight tonight. indian springs you are going down to 62 for the low. and laughlin 71 degrees. here's a look at the 7-day forecast. we are keeping that chance, slight chance for showers in the forecast today. most of us staying dry with partly sunny skies. a high around 89. tomorrow it is going to warm up. mostly sunny. 91 in las vegas. the weekend?
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out pretty warm. a lot of sunshine. 90 degrees. but the winds are going to start picking up in the afternoon. that will continue on sunday. we're looking at gusts up around 40 miles an hour for sunday into monday. temperatures gonna take a pretty big dip. we're talking 73 for the high on monday and fifties for overnight lows next week. if you want to go to art in the park this weekend the best weather for the event is probably going to be saturday and early in the day. >> dana: time for today. look behind us. it doesn't look real. but this is real. this is the capital of iceland. and people who are familiar with this probably know exactly what we're talking about. >> kyndell: oh yes. that's right we're talking about the northern lights. residents were asked to keep their homes dark between 10:00 p.m. and 11:00 p.m. to get a clear view of the national phenomenon. tourists and locals snapped amazing photos and videos of the green lit sky sharing them with
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another big one. today national coffee day. >> dana: i don't know if this is as big as the northern lights but around here we live on this stuff and there's freebies today. participating krispy kreme locations offering customers a free coffee and glazed donut. dunkin' donut in addition to celebrating national coffee day celebrating it's 66th birthday. so you get a medium of joe for $0. pennies. [ laughter ] >> kyndell: we also in honor of national coffee day want to see your photos. send us your picture of your picture this morning and we'll feature it here on the show. snap a picture and post out social media using the hashtag #news 3 coffee. >> dana: the guy kicking back is troy smith. he is our audio operator. that's usually the position he is in. sitting back with coffee and his
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can you hear me now? you have seen this movie "mrs. doubt fire." the house is up for sale. >> kyndell: that's right. the house has in a way become a memorial for robin williams. and flowers are often left on the sidewalk. jonathan bloom reports, it's not uncommon for tour toisz actually stop by. >> what are you doing on this corner here? visiting mrs. doubt fire's house. [ laughter ] >> it was on the list of things to see. >> reporter: it's on just about every map and the house where robin williams starred in "mrs. doubt fire." the movie used the real street address, even real san francisco food prices. it also used something else. >> he encouraged the producers to hire all his local friends, actors, musicians, comedians. >> reporter: dick bright played a waiter. >> okay everybody are we ready to order. >> reporter: a bit part where you don't often improvise.
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>> reporter: it was the playful spirit for which he was so well loved that the trees and pavement outside that house have become a memorial. the owner explained a couple years ago when he's left it there. >> i'm not about to change anything. >> reporter: some speculated one reason the house became a memorial is that's no official memorial to robin williams in san francisco. some of his oldest friends are trying to change that. >> we want to rename sharon since he spent a lot of time here at comedy day. >> reporter: he secretly funded the free comedy show for years. now it's organizers are taking donations change the signs to say robin williams meadow. >> because everybody misses him. and comedy day just hasn't been the same without him. >> reporter: as for the house? four bedrooms, four-and-a-half baths, asking four-and-a-half million dollars. the several quite fittingly is a
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like him the new owners will have to embrace the home's history. >> i don't think who owns it. it's iconic no matter who lives there. >> dana: we are going to be talking about pumpkins. we're going to be talking about putting pumpkin guts on your face. i'm not kidding! that's coming up in seconds. meanwhile we're inviting you to follow us on facebook. just search for the kim and dana wagner facebook page also kyndell nunley news 3 and news 3 las vegas. be sure to like us when you get there and follow us on at dana news 3 lv at kyndell news 3. now to the pumpkin guts. >> kyndell: this is heather marianna. you are a local youtube blogger. let's talk about this. i am very impressed. >> we had jacob hanson. he is a boulder city local artist. he did this news 3 pumpkin for you guys.
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pumpkin seeds. but you are going to throw away the gooky stuff inside. >> i'll make some scrub for you. i'm going show you how to make a really great pumpkin enzyme sugar scrub. i know we're all going to be carving pumpkins so it's like let's use those guts right. all you have to do is take i like to do three kinds of sugar. i like to do raw r, granulated sugar. >> kyndell: what is the purpose of doing three different kinds. >> reporter: because the grains are finer and larger. it will really help slough off all the dead skin. >> kyndell: for exfoliation. >> exactly. you want to add in pumpkin -- the guts of the pumpkin. this is full of alpha hydroxy and vitamin a and c. i know you are going to start seeing spas all the pumpkin themed things.
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until it's like --. >> kyndell: i was asking for maybe the little ones or the men out there if mrs. wagner was to make something like this could mr. wagner take a bite before he put it all over her face. >> you could. >> kyndell: could you eat it. >> it's all natural. >> dana: see. >> get in the shower. cover yourself. scrum it up and your >> kyndell: what exactly is the benefit? you were talking about those enzymes and things of the pumpkin and putting it on your skin. >> it helps rebuild skin cells and helps with skin cell turnover. full of alpha hydroxy. this is definitely okay for your face as well. a lot of people ask can i use it on my face. yes you can. the second is a hair mask. so i really like this hair mask
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this is what we do a lot with our hair. so this is a great treatment once a month. you can make it in a big batch and freeze the extra. so you just thaw it out when you need it. so all you do is you are going to do some honey. >> kyndell: that looks good. i love honey. [ laughter ] >> we don't need that. >> kyndell: would you wash your hair first or after. >> after. you do the honey. you do i have it in here because you have to melt it. mix it. put it on your hair for 30 minutes. and what's really awesome too because it's so hot here in vegas this is great to do in the summer because you can just sit outside and let the heat. >> kyndell: we do it in the fall too. i know the perfect person. his name dana wagner. >> dana: i'm never going to neiman marcus again for a facial mask.
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and dancing with the stars. he did not win an ugly contest. now de marco is here to till nuss on his latest gig with the chip n dales here in las vegas. tomorrow is forever home friday. the animal foundation is going be here with a cute little doggy that you can adopt. don't miss those stories and more here on "news 3 live at noon" tomorrow. we are still following that breaking news. u.s. 95 is shut down in both boulder highway after somebody was running on the highway and was hit by a semi-truck.
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>> kelly: all right it is 12:55 now on this thursday. we're looking at partly sunny
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most of it over the local mountains. 89 that's our expected high today. it's going get warmer tomorrow but breeze you conditions expected this weekend. that's going to bring in much cooler air for next week. >> kyndell: we also have breaking news we continue to follow. if you are heading out the door, u.s. 95 shut down in both directions between boulder highway and flamingo after a man who was running on the freeway was hit by a semi-truck. police were pursuing him at the time of the accident. they believe he is a suspect in a shoot week. we'll continue to update you. as a reporter out at the scene i can tell you this is expected to be shut down for hours as officers investigate. >> dana: we got stuff coming up at 3:00 this afternoon. family of eight, six of them kids, all found living in filth. at 3:00 we'll tell you exactly what police found inside. >> kyndell: it is a can for grownups. the game these kids are playing.
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>> dana: i feel like a giant. [ laughter ] this is actual size. the funny thing is i'm only about 5'3". [ laughter ] i will call you my --. >> kyndell: talk to the hand.
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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.
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>> so the square and a few neighboring areas have power, but i can't say for how long. >> aiden: all right, i'm not following you. >> well, the power company temporarily diverted its electricity to us, so that's gonna mean an overload to our systems. >> aiden: all right, so if we're gonna do this press conference, we have to do it as soon as possible--is that what you're saying? >> if you want a press conference, soon is better. >> aiden: all right. >> officer, i need to get to the, uh, box. >> yeah, yeah, sure. >> thank you. pardon me. [edgy music] ? ? look, i want to talk to you two because i keep going back to this stefano dimera case. there's a few things in there that just don't set right with me. i was hoping that you two could... help clarify a few things. >> rafe: wow. >> hope: we went over every detail of stefano's case


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