tv News 3 Live at Eleven NBC September 29, 2016 11:00pm-11:35pm PDT
complex. now they're beset by thieves. >> meet the woman who received thousands of texts and calls because of a mistake during the presidential debate. >> news3 starts now. >> following a long afternoon of total gridlock for thousands of drivers on the sees i'd of town, the northbound lanes of the 95 are finally back open us tonight, i'm jim snyder. >> i'm marie mortera. took us a while to get here. chaos, after a shooting suspect jumped into traffic trying to evade the police. >> john treanor has the story how traffic has been frozen for hours.
man's deadly decision. on the 95 gridlock. bumper to bumper for eight hours! just before noon police pursuing a man witnesses call travis, enough cause to arrest him. the suspect would not go quiet. he sped away from officers near flamingo. decided to get out and run across traffic. a daring escape that ended with a collision. >> he exited the vehicle, went east across the freeway into the northbound lanes on 95. >> reporter: as police tell it, that suspect was hit and killed by a semi tractor-trailer. >> ron zaruba said he came feet away from hitting that suspect.
center median and that's when he ran in front of me and i came within two feet from hitting him. so i had to skid to stop from missing him and then he took across the northbound 95 freeway. >> the investigation took hours. clearing up only after an eight-hour standstill. the alleged shooting happened just about a mile down boulder highway in an area mobile home. an shooting still leaves a lot of questions. tonight, questions we will not get until tomorrow at the earlest. earliest. are. >> emergency bridge repairs, you could see these life images,
at 2:00 a.m. officials say to avoid this area, if you are going to be moving through this area tomorrow. join tom hawley and jeff maher every ten minutes on news3. families forced out of their apartments by a fire back in june, tell us they have had a rough time getting back on their feet and not what happened in the flames. >> the red cross helps the displaced people for about a week, and while they were out they were seeking permission to go back in and because they were gone they started to notice their things were disappearing.
ridge apartment. >> everything was messed up, my house and everything burned. >> the family hoped to salvage everything that was left. >> everything i had in there i worked hard for. >> they were told, stay out until things were safe. >> they told me, they were going to secure it 24-7. >> much to their surprise, >> my x box was gone and my tv. >> managers say they had security on the premise including this statement. our top priority is maintaining the safety and security of our residents, the residents that have been impacted by this unfortunate situation. >> attorney norman reed says the railroad organization doesn't usually have the responsibility
unless they hire security. they pay $10 fee through xght management they thought would cover at least loss. >> when i did call both parties they said each of the parties was responsible for them. >> everything was g all this? >> i don't have anywhere else to go. >> now management tells us that that $10 fee is partially to cover external expenses, and repair costs, andal they have ay had about $10,000 in coverage
news3, send it back to you. >> chrisy, thank you. a police officer wounded and a suspect dead, happened in kingman, arizona, about an hour and 45 minutes from here on interstate 40. police tell us the wounded officer is out of surgery tonight in serious but stable condition. it's unclear if the officer was that video will be released. >> now to a developing story. tonight the ntsb is investigating a cause of a daily train crash in new jersey. the seen of the crash site is slowing down the investigation and a contractor is needed to get into the control car. nbc's chris polone has more from
>> it was a normal commute and then chaos. >> major major casualty. >> the train felt like it never stopped. it didn't stop it didn't brake. >> new jersey transit 1614 arrived just before 9:00 but instead of grinding to a stop, it smashed into the central haul. >> then i heard these horrifying terrible screams coming out and terrible >> fabiola was killed, a mother standing on the platform. >> i thought we were going to die, and we wouldn't get help. >> the train's data recorder tried to piece together what went wrong. >> our mission was to understand not only what happened, but why it happened so we could prevent
investigators want to speak to him to understand what he knows. icc polone, hoboken new jersey. >> agents say they've received a string of complaints from female park employees saying their supervisors groped them and even spied on them while they showered. complaints also include intimidation and retaliation. yellowstone superintendents say they only received two complaints this year and retrained 600 employees after the first allegation surfaced. along blue diamond, workers swikd on two switches, one at el capita thrvetion and the other at fort apache. after a string of deadly crashes. drivers we spoke to say they're
we have lights here. it's been a horror with people trying to pull out. i was here one morning and witnessed a terrible t bone accident. >> that blue diamond road may have been known once as a quiet highway between las vegas and pahrump but an average 42,000 vehicles travel on blue diamond road every day. >> new at 11:00 rents a but here they are going the other direction. the price of two bedroom units in the las vegas valley have bumped up 8% compared to this time last year. the price of one bedroom units stayed the same. this is probably the most affordable, the las vegas rent market is the 64th most
>> imagine getting thousands of opinions from complete strangers. the mistake that blew up this woman's cell phone, up next. >> also ahead, how would you like to be paid to be a her mit? this man in switzerland is doing just that. >> interesting career choice. warm day or so but then big changes are coming. we'll talk about it, full
december last year. 14 americans are killed in a mass shooting inspired by isis. ssman 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. it's not just that joe heck does nothing to stop them. it's that he's voted to let them keep doing it.... 23 times. senate majority pac is responsible for the content
i'm jacky rosen, and as a computer programmer, i created apps... 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, to improve our schools, and create good jobs. i approved this message because i know we can
?? ?? ?? >> new at 11:00, this year's presidential race is one of the most heated in history and the main topic of conversation for many across the country. but imagine if that conversation expanded to thousands of strangers, because a national network accidentally put your number on the air. that's what happened in virginia. >> donald trump and hillary clinton. >> i know you live in your own >> two names americans hear constantly. but none more than tripp diaz. diaz said cnn accidentally plastered her number on screen during monday's debate. diaz has already received 13,000
calls. >> for the first 15 minutes i was entertained. then it was like 12:30 and 1:30 and i was like what the heck i just want to use my phone. >> diaz says she's already aware of who she's going to vote for. the comments are driving her crazy. >> i had to put this on airplane mode this week. you can't block numbers you don't know are coming,u >> diaz says one thing was clear, most people had already made up their mind. one person was so passionate about their opinion, they texted more than 200 times. as for c span they reportedly have not commented yet on the situation. >> whoops. one of the biggest senate races in the country is turning into the most expensive in nevada history, maybe the most expensive ever.
showdown, most of the money spent on ads you see all over the tv and the internet. so far most polls show heck leading that race but others show it as a toss up. if you haven't registered you have until october 8th to register online or at the dmv, from the 9th to the a county elections office. early voting starts october 22nd. to get started go right away, head to news3lv.com for being an easy link to vote online. >> a her mit will start a new job. the job requires him to lead a solitary life in a nearby peaceful gorge.
the footsteps of a saint believed to have lived as a her mit in that area. the former police officer will also take care of a nearby chapel and he'll make about 2 grand a month. >> not bad at all. >> you have your place, likely don't need a lot of things. >> you will be set up too. >> but it's probably lonely. >> i believe a career in her mitting possibility if this weather didn't work out. >> make my parents proud. that is a challenge even as of that. but when you are looking for a college you want one with a good her mit program. keep that in mind kids. plenty of weather to talk about, between thousand and then we'll be doing all right. speaking of between now and then, a great bright pass of the
of the brighter ones. it will look like a shooting star zipping across the sky. it will be pretty nice. great view out there of all the clouds working their way across the las vegas valley and of course as the darkness took over and the lights came on the las vegas strip pretty cool. want to show you these clouds, flat cumulus clouds over the mountains, the reason that was possible is we didn't cold air aloft. because we had warmer air in the upper levels, the clouds didn't continue to grow. without them growing we didn't get any rain. nice sunset that's for sure. out at red rock, you can see those clouds congregating over the mountains. 83?, still 29% humidity, that's
tomorrow. seven hills and henderson coming in at 77 and 35%. nice night. we've got 70s on the west side of town, low 80s east side of the valley, pahrump coming in at 70, officially at mccarran the big temp, 9-0, 71 was the above-normal low and look at this eveningly split above and below normal temperatures in the forecast was 89 easily within the 3? guarantee, cha ching. are great money for three square. only with elm will you be having allergy issues.
tomorrow. hurricane matthew is growing. .. the sustained winds are now at 100. continuing its track through western caribbean. supposed to do a sharp right and hit cuba and the bahamas. spotty showers here yesterday pushed off to the east today. our focus now is what's going on way up to the north and a very complex 1-2 punch ready to d first the winds kick up out of the southwest, that's going to start saturday into sunday and late sunday into monday. here it comes out of the northwest. watch the temperature drop like a rock! not tonight though. 46 in the mountain, 49 at pahrump, those are your lows. boulder city, 91, death valley back in triple digits. in town may be a cloud or two remaining, i saw a cloud or two
drenched, not much wind, humidity lowering 91 the high temperature 92 on saturday but the breezes start saturday afternoon, they will be howling, gusts over 40 miles per hour. this is a strong front, from the 90s to the 70s and you can't do that without a bumpy ride. kelly will keep you updated tomorrow morning. if you be a factor this weekend, do it saturday morning. >> the dress code for a job fair is business casual at the very least. >> but one company looking to hire college students didn't quite make that cut.
?? cozy up this fall with dunkin's coffee and espresso flavors. sip salty and sweet with our new salted caramel macchiato or drink in the season with the classic taste of pumpkin. america runs on dunkin'. or drink in the season with the classic taste of pumpkin. horner: i was proud to stand for our country. i will not stand for congressman hardy and donald trump insulting seniors and veterans. and said seniors who rely 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.
i'm catherine cortez masto and i approve this 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... 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.
cool rush jersey colors, dolphins held the bengals off. , a.j. green 173 yards receiving. add five field goals. the las vegas bowl count down is on. december 17 |1 th |0, the 25th area guest speaker, former nfl star stephen jackson who spoke about the highlights of his football career. >> i've been on a lot of teams and i was always late to the party. i went to the atlanta falcons, i missed the nfc championship, they went 13-3 one year before. gets better. last year, new england patriots,
peanut manning. peyton manning. i'll tell you there was no better time in my career than playing the las vegas bowl. >> rebels hit the court, challenging year ahead. just two players returning from last year's team, the fir first rebs nonconference game will be tough. they have duke, kansas on the list, new players and tough teams. see what happens. >> all right randy thank you. >> up next why traveling around downtown las vegas just got a
more pedestrian-ed fromly. use when you want for $20. >> pedestrian-friendly or pedestrian-targets? >> i don't know, we'll have to [ cheers and applause ] ?? >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- margot robbie,