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he was laid to rest today. what he to say coming up. looking for answers. we take you inside the investigation of that deadly train crash. just yesterday morning, we saw it as breaking news on this program. what witnesses are saying they saw coming up. live from las vegas, this is news3 news today. >> dana: good morning. happy friday. 6:00 on the final day of 20 16 >> kim: opening up over the trump towers locally because as many of you were sleeping donald trump was all atwitter taking to twitter and alluding to an idea that that possible miss universe, alicia machada has a sex tape and throwing hillary clinton under the bus. you can't make this thing up. it is called reality television and news mixed into one. speaking of news, we are the wagners, kim and dana.
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we will talk about that all-important weekend forecast with kelly and trouble times in the traffic center but tom hawley is taking off in sky 3 as we speak. >> tom: when you say taking off as we speak, we are just now getting airborne and the camera adjusted. keep this in here for a moment and head up to an accident reported at the intersection of flamingo road and rainbow. more information coming from directly above it in a moment. continue our traffic. it is not too bad, and we are accident-free on the freeways on this friday. 15 southbound from downtown to tropicana, slow moving. eight minutes. summerlin westbound via the 95 and henderson on 95, 515 is in the clear. another update in ten minutes. now a check of the forecast with kelly. >> kelly: thanks, jeff. dry conditions across the area and a little bit warmer. mostly sunny skies. a look at the temperatures as
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92 at 4:00. and big changes are coming this weekend. wait until you see highs for next week. >> kim: will see you in ten minutes. kelly, thank you. 6:02. big questions does that suspect in the deadly starbucks shooting locally need a new attorney and if so, can his case move forward? we check in with craig who has been covering this case since the beginning. hey, cra. kim. good morning to you at home. pedro garcia is being held without bail in that terrible starbucks shooting attack. and a judge appointed a public defender for him. he is 34 years old and accused of murder an other -- with murder and other serious crimes what happened. a judge appointed a public defender. reported edward cain to rep garcia.
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check things over to make sure there are no people involved in this criminal case that he had worked with before this they would be called "conflicts." he need to check that out before moving forward with representing garcia. pedro garcia will be in court and his current public defender edward cane will be there as wellle. he said earlier that today friday morning he will be able to tell the judge if he had conflicts. if he does, he will appoint a new attorney, if he doesn't he wi garcia and that a preliminary hearing in this case will be set. i will be in court at 7:30 when all of that begins to unfold. we will let you know what happens on our report on news3 live at noon. i am reporting live, news3. >> dana: craig, thank you for that. the funeral for former prime minister shimon peres taking place in jerusalem.
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his way there. and president clinton, both of them giving eulogies. >> to the people of israel, i could not be more honored to be in jerusalem to say farewell to my friend shimon peres, who showed us that justice and hope are at heart of the idea. a light in a homeland we gain. >> his critics often claimed he was a naive, overly optimistic. they were only wrong about the naive part. >> dana: peres was a nobel peace prize winner and held every major office in israel
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his funeral when palestinian president mahmoud abbas shook hands with israeli prime minister benjamin netanahu. the two have not seen each other face to face in six years and they held a warm moment at this funeral. peres died two weeks after suffering a stroke in israel. he was 96 years old. happening right now, we have federal investigators sifting through all of the wreckage in hoboken, new jersey. you saw that play out as breaking broadcast yesterday morning, and they are trying to figure out what happened before that train barrelled through the station too fast, smashing through a concrete and steel bunker. we do know a 34-year-old mother was killed by falling debris during this accident and more than 100 others were injured. investigators from the national transportation safety board are attempting to determine how fast that commuter train was going when it crashed in a very busy hoboken station and ground to a halt right there in the waiting area.
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from eye witnesses to this horrific event. >> it was in just horrible. an explosion and concrete dust, electrical wires. >> you just heard people creaming the first car that they were trapped. they couldn't get out. >> reporter: among the questions facing investigators this morning is whether a system designed to present accidents by overriding the engineer and automatically throwing a stop -- slowing stopping too fast could have helped if installed on this line. we have transitioned to the pictures of the engineer. you just saw him a moment ago, 48-year-old thomas gallagher a transit employee for some 29 years. he started on the job at only 19 years old. the rebels hitting the court for the first practice at the mendenhall center. marvin menzes is will a challenging year ahead.
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last year. the first exhibition game will be on november 1 about a month from now against dakota wesleyan. the nonconference schedule is a tough one. get this, duke which they will play at home at the t-mobile center, arizona state, oregon, kansas on the list of the nonconference schedule and a lot of talent on the team and the big question can you build this into a team >> kim: coach kay, the medal. getting around downtown las vegas is a whole lot fun. because 21 bike share stations are open allowing all of us to grab a bike and pedal around. all the bikes are solar powered. transportation officials will hope those bikes will be more pedestrian friendly. it cost $4 to rent one of
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you back $8. you can buy a monthly pass for $. >> dana: you know the baby-sitter part, you haven't ridden a bike in a while and get on the back of one, it is a blast. it is fun to ride. it is friday, we want to see your friday face. we put ours on the web for everybody to see. there is jane king. she is the one in the orange sleeves there. and jamie little in the mix. kim and i. took a picture of jamie lit please take a selfie and send us your friday face. hash tag it news3 friday face, and you will see it pop up here on the air. >> kim: go to news3lv.com to check out why jamie little was live with us in the studio. big live nascar event from the speedway and he has all the details. at 6:08 transition to these pictures of pope francis who arrived for a three-day visit to georgia right now on the
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ceremony as we welcome him and we will continue to monitor this live feed out of georgia this morning and when i talk about georgia, i don't mean in the united states. i mean overseas. pope francis on the move and we will document him before he handled you off to today show. excited about a spacecraft that thank has been destroyed. that sounds odd, doesn't it. why the excitement? answers coming your wa three people at an elementary school is due in court today. more on the victim who is still in the hospital coming up. something went sideways here on southbound rainb, w past flamingo.
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6:12 now that teenager accused of shooting three people at a south carolina school is to appear in court later on this morning. he will be in juvenile court. the judge has not yet decided whether cameras will be permitted inside that court room. two students and a teacher were wounded in the incident at townville elementary school. authorities also say that teenager killed his own father at their home. and we also understand according to authorities that the teenager called grandparents right before the shooting at the school. one boy that was hit at the school jacob hall remains in critical condition. his family says he is on life support. a vigil held for the hall family yesterday, and a go fund me page to help with medical bills. it is now 6:13. and a police officer is wounded. a suspect is dead following a shootout not far from what we are watching right now. takes us to neighboring
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kingman area. the officer who was shot underwent surgery at a nearby hospital and is in soreious to stable condition. one clear what triggered the shooting but warrant related to the stolen property. unclear if the officer was wearing a body camera at the time of the shooting for that video if he was wearing one will be released. the ceo of wells fargo heard of the problem of phony and he admitted that wells fargo workers stole from customers. >> did wells fargo employees steal from 1 million to 2 million of their customers? yes or no? >> in some cases they did. >> they did? >> yes. >> dana: john stumpf faced another day of grilling before lawmakers. no criminal charges have been filed. consumer advocates say what
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they recommend checking wrawr bank account and your credit card statement every month. now 6:15 and the pioneering rosetta spacecraft has completed its final one way journey to the surface of the comet. european scientists crash landed this ending a 12-year scientific mission to the gusty icy comet that is 3.7 billion from planet earth. the final descent is expected to produce golda gold mine of data about the structure. that information collected by rosetta is helping scientists understand how the earth and other plan nets formed. traffic and weather every ten minutes. tom hawley is up in sky 3. >> talking of a little problem over on the west side over at the intersection of rainbow and flamingo. and. and front end damage and go
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for for of a close-up. drivers are okay getting a little talking to from metro on the side there and i am thinking what happened is you see a big open gap next to the tree. whatever was there was taken out by the car and the car kept on going and came to a halt in the number one lane. it doesn't look like it will be a major impact on traffic. easy for people to swing wide to get around but definitely a tow truck situation. team traffic continues with jeff. jehovah jeff okay, you. 215 in warm springs. both locations moving along great. no accidents on the freeway. 15 southbound. currently 7 minutes and one hour, we are looking at 8 minutes as long as we don't see any wrecks. 95, 515 southbound, currently 11 minutes. unchanged one hour from now. we will see if that is the case as the commute. join the news3 waze team.
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us of a.disabled vehicle >> dana: dry run here but parts of the east coast have been getting pounded by rain. >> kelly: definitely. crazy video including a sinkhole to show you. storms that pounded the shores flooded local roads with up to 9.5 inches of rain creating washoutsnd of a nearby dam that appears to be holding up. look at that water. areas around the dam were evacuated as a precaution. people living in the area say they haven't seen anything like that ever. and crazy video out of maryland. here at home, things are a little bit quieter. yesterday morning at sunrise at the red rock resort camera. the sun coming up. clouds in the background. clouds on and off.
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mojave into the local mountains. las vegas staying dry. a trace support at the airport very early in the morning before the sun came up. current temperatures as you step out the door. low 70s. summerlin 71 degrees. paradise at 73. the temperatures we are seeing right now are similar to what we will see for highs later next week. winds not an issue for us at all, but they will be increasing beginning tonight. but really sunday will be the worst of it. in fact the national weather weather watch at 11 a.m. on sunday going from 11 p.m. winds gusting 40 to 45 miles per hour. now why? well, we have a moisture that we have been dealing with that is exiting the area. this trough of low pressure dipping down from the pacific bringing the windy conditions and also that much colder air we were aluting -- alluding to. here is what we are expecting today. mostly sunny skies. a warm one. 92 degrees.
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mostly clear skies. the winds are starting to increase 10 to 15 miles per hour. our seven-day forecast, the winds starting to kick up saturday afternoon. still warm on saturday and temperatures during the weekend and into next week. 85, sunday. then 74 for a high on monday. overnight lows in thes. we will slowly start to warm up by the mid-80s by the end of next week. >> kim: we can at least wear our fall clothes by monday. personal attacks by donald trump and hillary clinton, all of that as newspaper editorial boards across our great nation come out against trump tampa here is nbc's edward lawrence. >> reporter: donald trump has a new tag line when it comes to hillary clinton. he repeated it at a rally in new hampshire. >> everything you need to know about hillary clinton, sometimes referred to as crooked hillary, can be
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but very important phrase. follow the money. >> endorsements pour in for clinton. "usa today"tradition of not picking sides. in an editorial, by all means vote, just not for donald trump. mike pence wrote a competing op-ed saying trump is ready to leave. clinton attacked trump's ability to lead the economy taxes but not for everyone. >> i will not raise taxes on the middle class and i have defined it as i will not raise taxes on anyone making less than $250,000. >> reporter: as early voting starts this week in iowa, voters looking for an alternative may have trouble finding a choice. edward lawrence, nbc news, washington. we will talk live to edward lawrence coming up in a half an hour. we are looking at live pictures of the pope in the
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this is a -- of georgia. this is a three-day visit. one of the world's oldest christian land. after that visit ajer ban. a man heard scratching on the roof. he found a little doggy. how did he get up there? answers ahead. a nfl player gets revenge in a very unique way. has to do with his prized
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we are seeing a little trend here this morning. people failing to maintain their lanes. you can see this motorist here on this curve where frank sinatra comes around and hooks who russell road. it looks like the motorist w going too fast, went over the curb, knocked the rocks and the driver not hurt. a little despondent. taking a seat on the curb. on rainbow past flamingo. this car hit the curb and hit the median and landscaping. traffic lane blocked. people maintain your lanes. weather is kelly. >> kelly: yeah, exactly. heading out the door. grab a light sweater. don't forget the sunglasses
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70s. pahrump, 65. boulder city at 76. mesquite, 69. and and areerberg elementary school, green valley parkway of the 215, 73 degrees. as we get into this afternoon, we are looking at low 90s for highs. it is going to get a level bit warmer but big changes coming for the weekend and we will talk about that storm system in 10 minutes. at 6:25. too early for christmas to he is not rudolph, but on the there he is. he is clearly a dog. >> dana: maricopa county. the homeowner was in the house. heard scratching on his rooftop, he goes outside only to see that dog up on his roof. how did he get up there? we don't know for sure but we think maybe he jumped on his back yard grill. they thicknamed him rufus. >> that makes sense or rudolph would have worked to.
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adoption. no worse for wear though. >> no. somebody will snatch him up in 24 hours if they don't claim him. royals in the news. as we are touring canada
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. first of all, you don't want to hit a person and he got hit and i feel bad. but he was running -- he was running from something. >> dana: deadly decision. a man running from police ends up dead. we will tell you what police think he did coming up. and also officers are worn to protect and serve. why are they going at it throwing haymakers at each other. we have the reason ahead. and get your fright on. circus circus opens hours from now. what you can expect this year from a live report.
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>> dana: good morning. we made it to friday. live pictures from sky 3. >> kim: good reason, unlv has homecoming this weekend and they will be playing their big game at the stadium. dana, you are the sports guy, who are they taking on. >> unlv and it is blackout night. they want all the fans to wear black. . >> kim: correct me if i'm wrong, did jerry tarturian also >> dana: he did indeed. >> kim: i spent enough time with you and dana throughout the decades. >> reporter: you only got to meet him one on one once and it was about six months or so before he passed away, and he was getting ready to head up to free know state to be honored at a football game there during halftime for
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where the big homecoming game. i wish i could talk about that happy stuff but unfortunately we have -- [inaudible] >> jeff: tom, thank you. i will pick it up from there. traffic and weatherer ten minutes. 15 southbound. what what tom was going to tell you all we have seen are surface street accidents. the freeways are clear. southbound slowing down a little bit but 7 minutes from the tropicana that will likely increase over the next hour. parkway westbound and 215 a check of that friday forecast. here is kelly. >> kelly: thanks, jeff. getting ready to come up here. a few clouds in the sky and dry conditions expected for us today. warmer too. 88 degrees at noon. 92 at 3:00. those are our highs and a dip in temperature as we get into next week. all about a storm system that is coming through next weekend. we will talk about it it ten minutes. 6:31. a night mare on the east side
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about eight hours in from the noon hour to almost 8:00 last night. police were chasing a man that they thought had open fired the week before at the miracle mile shops or the mobile home park. he is eluding police, had a flat tire, got of his car and ran on the freeway and was hit by a semi truck. this driver said he almost hit the suspect. >> the first reaction is to brake and after you see him run across the rest of the freeway, you know, your adrenaline -- you are frustrated because necessary that situation. and it was just a whole different -- like ten cups of coffee type of rush. the way he was running, he was definitely running from something and the next ten miles, i saw at least 12 chp and metro going to the incident. >> dana: u.s. 95 shut down
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for eight hours yesterday. metro said detectives did have probable cause to arrest the suspect in connection with a shooting at a nearby mobile home park last thursday. it is now 6:33. this morning we have an update on some local families forced from their apartments because of a fire in june. they tell us they have had a rough time getting back on their feet and not just because of the fire. those victims say when they finally got back to their apartment complex to gather some of their belongings. they get there and a lot of their stuff is missing. it was gone. they had security on their premises. those who run the apartment complex say security is a top priority. the residents paid money to make sure their belongings were still there. they had some insurance. covered with $10,000 in insurance money but the property manners j tell us that their relationship with the insurance carrier is not making sense of how some of the stuff is gone and the people are not being paid out.
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speak. one we have conclusion on this local story we will pass it on to you. >> nobody told me a man with an ax was standing behind me. opening at circus sir us is. our kyndell nunley is there with more. kyndall. >> reporter: good morning, dana. that is correct. live outside circus circus. fright dome will open for its 14th year before we get started employees coming in for their shift. the haunted house attraction is rated one of the best in the entire country. this year all of you willing to brave the zombies and come face to face with six new haunted mazes, scare zones and rides here at adventure dome. fright dome is open on select nights between now and october 31 from 7 p.m. to midnight. we will get the day's information on our web site at news3lv.com. come out.
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we are heading on into october. reporting live at circus cirrus. kyndell nunley, news3. >> kim: kyndall very much with that. we want to see your news3 friday face. we have a great new tool on social media called tag board. you take you selfie on instagram, facebook and hash tag it news3 friday face you could appear on this broadcast we will a lot of fun and thank you for all of how have already participated. and right now live pictures of the pope who is on the move. >> dana: he is in the country of georgia, wrapping up a pilgrimage that began in armenia and ends with a visit to two other countries including aberjajan and georgia. he will through georgia over the weekend.
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world's oldest christian land. from the pope to the little royals, they are getting ready to wrap up their big visit to canada. before they say suburban and go across the pond. princess charlotte in public doing something she has not done before. a body shop ticked off a nfl football player. somehow did he get involved when i was one year old, i was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer on my spinal chord. but i spent my whole life fighting back. so you can imagine what i thought when i saw donald trump say... "i don't know what i said, ah, i don't remember!"
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i don't want a president who makes fun of me. i want a president who inspires me, and that's not donald trump.
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welcome back. 6 :39. the royals a in their home stretch of their canadian week. and we see prince george and princess charlotte party. 3-year-old prince george and 1-year-old princess charlotte at that event along with other military children. look at them on the pony. charlotte was reportedly heard speaking for the very first time in public right there at that location she says pop as she was banging on the balloon. the kids enjoyed pony rides, balloons and blowing bubbles. traffic and weather he ten minutes. tom hawley flying around in
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i see one right on the screen. >> tom: the intersection of rainbow and flamingo. two things have changed. one is we have a little more light to work with and can tell a little closer what happened and increase in traffic volume. even though it look clear right now. once the light turns green over here and this platoon moves through. that is what it is called in the traffic business. the platoon of cars. you have to swing over to get by. we have seen on again and off again delays. this car hopped hit what was right there on the right side right beside that tree that is gone now. maybe underneath the car. not sure -- police officers checking it out. what happened here. took out the front end of the car. saw the boaters talking to the police officer. so no injuries apparently involved in this one, at least good news on that town. right now check your weather with kelly. >> kelly: thanks, tom. checking clouds as we are waiting for the sun to come up.
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to the day. temperatures are quite comfortable. a lot of 60s and 70s out there. pahrump, 66. overton, 76 and laughlin, 77. the kids heading to school. mostly sunny skies. maybe a light sweater. 82 degrees. 92 by the time we are getting out of school this afternoon and break out the fall sweaters and boots by next week. at 6:41 check out the screen. this is the courthouse there where that police officer is expected to plead not guilty to first-degree manslaughter in the death ofen unarmed plaque man and that's when she made her first appearance before a judge in tulsa in a matter of moments. officer betty shelby we are talking about. she is scheduled to be arraigned for the categorically hood ising two weeks ago of 40-year-old terence crutcherer. a judge is expected to inform shelby of the charge against
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preliminary hearing when the court will decide if there is enough evidence to proceed to trial. 6:41. the 41st ryder cup is under way in minnesota. one man made a huge putt and he was going crazy and he wasn't one of the players. kimberly kim the guy in the jeans. >> dana: the guy in the jeans out of the stands. why did they let him putt? we will let you know coming debate. did you watch it? [laughter] >> i was watching by myself, and for a while there i thought -- i never quite seen anything like that. i can tell you what, i have never seen anybody who knew as
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december last year. 14 americans are killed 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. 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
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district attorney steve wolfson: as district attorney, i've prosecuted a lot of violent people. our background check laws have stopped over 5,000 dangerous criminals from buying guns here in nevada. but a loophole makes it easy for those same dangerous people to buy guns. they get them at gun shows and online from perfect strangers with no background checks, no questions asked. it's a dangerous loophole. closing it will save lives. let's make it harder for criminals, safer for us.
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i'm catherine cortez masto and i approve thisis 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... narrator: heck says he "completely supports" trump. i would bomb the [bleep] out of them. 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. wrong for nevada. narrator: donald trump and joe heck. welcome back at 6:45. and take on this question. does that suspect in the local deadly starbucks shooting need a new attorney and if so, can
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craig. hi, craig. >> reporter: kim, a this friday morning will give us a strong indication of how quickly this case move forward. pedro garcia, of course, is the person accused of the terrible events, the starbucks shooting, the deadly shooting that happened last sunday. his attorney, appointed attorney edward cane told a judge he needed to make sure he didn't have any connection -- unknown connections for anybody involved in this case as it is known so far. they are known as conflicts. would need to remove himself as a public defender. he said he would have an answer this morning. we will be in court at 7:30. if there are no conflicts we expect for him to continue to represent garcia. if there are conflicts another public defender would have to be appointed. if no other depender is appointed we expect a hearing today. from the justice center, back
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hearing begins in 45 minutes. donald trump and hillary clinton ramping up their attacks. >> everything you need to know about hillary clinton, sometimes referred to as crooked hillary, can be understood with this simple but very important phrase, follow the money. >> i will not raise taxes on the middle class. and i have defined it as i will not raise taxes making less than $250,000. >> dana: in today's edition of ""usa today"." they are saying by all means vote, just not for donald trump. let's talk it with edward lawrence live from washington. i thought the "usa today" newspaper didn't give endorsements? >> reporter: yeah, in their history they have never given an endorsement. and this actually is not an endorsement for hillary clinton. it is just an endorsement for everyone other than donald
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time they have ever done that in the history of their newspaper there. so it is a very big deal for donald trump. in fact, how many hotel rooms are going to get this newspaper under the door. generally in the presidential elections, newspaper endorsements maybe don't mean as much as local races; however "usa today" is a huge newspaper that is delivered pretty much to everyone. it is read by a lot of folks there. now donald trump as you heard trying to use his new ta that hillary clinton would use a pay for play in the white house. and hillary clinton saying that she would as you saw raise taxes but not on anyone under -- who is making under $250,000 per year. so this is going to be a very contested race. donald trump overnight taking to twit ir, i tacking the former miss universe again on a tirade this morning. so all of this is not going to go away, dana. >> dana: he was very busy
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tweets. we several of them referring to alicia machado alluding to a sex tape. we don't have any information on that. do you? >> reporter: exactly. no, don't have any information on a sex tape. i am checking his twitter feed. he has four tweets talk about this but implying that hillary clinton helped the former miss universe get a u.s. citizenship in order to use her during the debate there. i do know that a former miss nebraska has donald trump saying she is terminally ill at this point. saying that donald trump out of nowhere help her and her son. she is a single mother. her son is now because of donald trump going to get a full ride to college. this was before donald trump announced he was going to run for president. now we have battling beauty queens coming out talking about whether donald trump is a good person or a bad person. >> dana: and we also have more on donald trump's tweets
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from washington. have a great weekend, thank you. >> kim: 6:50. protesters gathered for a third night in el cajon following tuesday's deadly officer involved shooting. you saw the crowd. tons of people taking to the streets. the protesters can be seen blocking traffic yet again and also yet again protesters and police officers stand by in riot gear and throwing things at passing cars. tuesday of this week that officers did shoot and killed alfred alongo, a refugee from uganda. here is the freeze-frame. they say he was acting erratically and did not follow orders to remove his hands from the pockets of his pants and at one point pulled an object and pointed it at the officers in that shooting stance.
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screen but that object was a vapeing smoking device kind of like a electronic cigarette. in amsterdam, anti-mafia police in napeles have uncovered two van gogh paintings stolen in 2002. the museum said in a statement in its web site that the paintings are in relatively good condition. the price tags on these, priceless. no price on a van gogh. naples give more information in a news conference. take to you atlanta for this one where a police officer has resigned and another one in trouble after they got into a fistfight with each other. you see them leaving the establishment and thin police released this video. look at them in the hallway. meeting at the restaurant. they met to discuss who can run faster. this led up to the fight.
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this. one punching the other. two officers went out side and another officer broke up the fight. an thaeltion one of the officers pulled a gun but no shots were fired. officer tire has resigned from the force and officer green is on paid administrative leave. 6:52. panthers quarterback thought he was being shortchanged by a local auto shop so when he paid them, he did it all in change. he took his 1975 chevy caprice convertible to the shop in june to have a new engine involved. the invoice was $2700. when he went to pick it up, it was $3900. the owner of the shop wouldn't take a personal check only cash or cashier's check. tolbert paid him in cash, all coins. $3900 in multiple boxes. >> oh, my gosh. check in with tom hawley at
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6:52. he got him there. >> tom: the person who has to count the change didn't do. somebody tike a dislike to this massive sign. knocked it over and threw it on the roadway. blocking travel lanes. southbound on nellis, two lanes blocked between charleston and stewart. i don't know if this is necessarily related but half a block away looks like the tire mishap. maybe the guy on the highway has the cuffs on him and he and police are talking it over. half block and might be completely unrelated but two separate situations on nellis. down to a single line as you approach charleston. let's continue team traffic with jeff. >> jeff: thank you. heading into the pwourl, 15 southbound is starting to slow down. the look at what you can expect right now.
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the freeways which is currently the case, 15 between downtown and tropicana. 17 minutes. one hour, add to that. and it is going to stay the same one hour as long as all things stay smooth on the roadways. for a check of the forecast here is kelly. >> kelly: thanks, jeff. everything looking good outside and a few clouds around the area and temperatures pleasantly cool. a live look outside as we look at the lake mead marina camera. beautiful colors. and i saw fish jumping up there too. pretty neat there. a look at some. temperatures us seeing. north las vegas, 78. green valley, 74. 74 is what we are expecting for a high as we start next week. winds right now not an issue for us but we will be on sunday. a fire weather watch that has been issued from 11 a.m. to 11
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why? the system that brut us this moisture is exiting the region. trough of low pressure digging into the pacific northwest. that will be digging in much stronger winds. also some cooler temperatures. today's highs are going to be pretty warm, overton 84 degrees. prim, 92. warm for this time of year. above normal. 92 tomorrow as well as winds increasing in the afternoon. but those winds get going sunday and monday and look at the difference in mp >> dana: 6:55. time for the water cooler and"saturday night live" debegins a new season tomorrow night and the gorgeous margot robbie will host. >> you made it the "snl" prepremiere preparty. >> yeah, its just -- you know. doesn't feel like a party. >> a very exclusive list and
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little gratitude for that. >> yeah, thank you. thank you, it's -- >> let's snap. >> dana: actually i could watch that for an hour and a half. they are going to have a lot of fun too. alec balance win will play donald trump. watch it tomorrow night right here on channel 3 at 1135 right after news3. and round one of the ryder cup sunday yesterday during a practice run, a european just could not make his putt. and this guy was heckling him and he said you think you can do better. they brought him out of the crowd and he made the putt. >> kim: from heckler to hero. >> kim: how clutch that. >> dana: he got $1,000 from one of the golfers. lady gaga will be doing
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show. february of this year she sang the national anthem. >> kim: now she gets to be the entertainment and we get to take it in. that's it for us. it is a friday. hope yours is off to a fantastic start "the today show" is next and donald trump and his overnight tweets. local news on the cw las vegas with michelle and jeff. >> kim: good morning. >> thanks, guys. have a great friday. the suspect accused of opening fire in the local starbucks back i >> kim: what happens in court that could bring in case to a halt? we will explain that.
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