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that never thought he would see his service dog. >> a scare for a local haunted attraction. the owners claim the employee was attack bid a customer over the weekend. thank you for joining us. i'm marie mortera. >> i'm reed cowan. the employee said she was sucker punched in the face and we are a live at the attraction near the 215, these haunted houses are intense. what are the safety precautions for the workers >> well, reed, these are so intense, one actually is that you have to sign a waiver before you can even go inside, and the actor said what happened was unexpected and she wants to move on. michelle says she loves scaring people, an actress inside a seasonal attraction called the gates of hell, an r-rated haunted house, and she dresses
this room typically in the dark scaring unsuspecting people. this saturday, a mother and her adult daughter walked through the area where she was perform. >> and then i walk up behind them, and when i kind of went forward and i growled, an elbow came back and got me on the side of the face. >> after being hit, she let it go. >> it's a natural reaction for people to flail their arms or jump around. >> she it happened again. >> pushed me by the face backward and said "get off my mom" so i immediately said you're out of here and grabbed her arm to show her to the emergency exit and she took my hand and hit me in the face. >> the x-ray showed her nose was broken. >> this is the owner of the haunted houses saying the women were drunk and aggressive before
do anything physical, which i was fine with. >> one of the women is claiming to have been groped by the actress, which the employee says is untrue and offensive. >> that makes me angry, because that's not what i do. i'm here to have fun. >> reporter: she says she doesn't want to press charges and just to move on. owners say inside the haunted houses, they do have surveillance cameras, but the ones that happened in this area clear shot of what happened. sergio avila reporting live. >> thank you for that report. >> a woman accused of killing animals while heading up an animal shelter takes a plea deal, who ran the shelter in boulder city, where police say she allowed pets to be euthenized before the required waiting time for adoption. she pleaded guilty in the death of two animals and currently free on bail.
with answer and will be sentenced in -- animals and will be sentenced in january. >> police need your help to find a man that robbed and attacked two kids on south pecos and east reno near tropicana. right now, police do not have a photo of the suspect but gave us this sketch. during the robbery, police say two other suspects joined in and attacked the victim, as well. one of the juveniles attacked, needed to go to the hospital. anyone that knows the assault and robbery of the children in our community is asked to call crime stoppers at 385-5555. >> indecision 2016, all eyes are on virginia, and the vice-presidential debate. >> they have to really make a case, especially trying to woo women to their side of the ticket. it's mike pence against tim kaine, where they will duke
and they will do all they can to promote their own candidates. steve handlesman with the preparation. >> reporter: today, hillary clinton was in pennsylvania wondering how to deal with donald trump being, she says, mean to women. >> we need to ignore it and we need to stand up to it, and especially the bullying. >> clinton has been advising her running mate tim kaine about the vp debate. >> it's not about knowing more facts. it's really about the tone. >> reporte indiana governor and kaine, the virginia senator. there are clashes in a collegetown in kaine's swing state where in a cafe, three young virginia voters says this could make their decision. >> leaning towards trump so hopefully pence can drive that home. >> reporter: and tonight, try to minimize their controversies. mike pence who visited the
have the tougher job, explaining trump? insulting women saying those with ptsd are not strong and-- >> i understand the tax rules almost better than anyone, which is i am the one to fix them. >> clinton lead trump in five battleground states, but kaine has to explain clinton's emails reporting live for nbc news, farmville, virginia. >> now, we want to know what you think. in our question of the day, what do you want to hear about in the presidential debate? we have a lot of options to choose from so head to www.news3lv.com to weigh in. >> of course, the second showdown between hillary clinton and donald trump is less than a week away. so join us next monday for an analysis and breakdown from a panel of experts streaming on
warnings are coming along the florida coastline as hurricane matthew takes aim at the united states now. this is a live look out of florida. looks beautiful right now, the skies are clear, but all of that could change in a matter of days. hurricane made landfall today in western haiti and the category for hurricanes is driving people out of the streets where water now runs several-feet deep. next in the storm's path is cuba. once it clears cuba, the path is to take it near the florida coastline. the state governor is urging people to be ready for massive impact. >> two houses sitting door-to-door with each now a pile of wooden debris. >> what someone heard before the two homes exploded. >> a metal device that helped those with diabetes could be exposed to hackers. >> the overnight lows with
tonini i'm one of the lucky ones. i had breast cancer, but they caught it in time. at kind of screening and care. so i'll never understand politicians like congressman heck, who tried to defund planned parenthood. he was even willing to shut down the government over it. heck was opposed to roe v. wade and tried to criminalize abortion. that's just shameful, it's just wrong, it doesn't help anybody. congressman heck does not share my values.
there's the nevada way. work hard. play by the rules. and then there's the danny tarkanian way. penalized for failing to pay thousands in property taxes. ordered by a judge to repay $17 million in a failed development scheme. worse, tarkanian refused to pay it back, sticking taxpayers with the bill. the danny tarkanian way? the wrong way for nevada.
. >> to new jersey now, where you can see two homes completely destroyed. a gas explosion to blame here. when first responders got there, they could hear the hissing sound and they managed to get everybody about before the building exploded and the firefighters are still clearing debris before conducting a complete investigation.
becoming a common crime. look at this surveillance video. you saw her pushes what was a baby stroller but it's a dog and she makes her way in the stoop and grabs the package and stashes it in the stroller. the video has been handed over to police, and posted to a neighborhood blog hoping someone will recognize the woman and call police. >> wow. a local army veteran loses his service dog. >> and it's less than 24 hours before we brought youh we have a wonderful update. look at the big reunion that will warm your heart. >> plus, a truck torn apart from the inside. what could have caused it. look at that.
"that reporter he is talking about suffers from a chronic condition that impairs movement of his arms." i don't want a president who makes fun of me. i want a president who inspires me, and that's not donald trump. priorities
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joining us with the story. [inaudible] . >> brian labelle had never lost faith he'd find his best friend. >> i ruckus missing since saturday afternoon, and now together, again, after a "news 3" viewer saw their story. >> i'm so thankful for channel 3 news. there was no chance. >> reporter: it all started saturday afternoon at this el pollo loco, brian was feeling sick and went into the restaurant's restroom leaving ruckus alone at the table for about 20 minutes, thinking he
service dog trained to alert brian of oncoming diabetic seizures. >> i would have to get another dog that the army pays for, $50,000 of training and six months more and i have to find one that i get along with because a lot of people don't like the service dogs. >> reporter: to complicate matters, brian says ruckus was not wearing his service before and he will buy another set and make sure his faithful friend is never out of his sight. >> he's making up for lost time. >> the woman in that video is actually the roommate of the person who brought ruckus home. that person saw the story and gave us a call. they thought it was an abandoned dog and did not want him to end up in the shelter.
to hear about and within 24 hours time. >> it was fun to be in the newsroom when the call came in and they said we think we have the match and we made the match here. that's what we do. one a copy of one of the most historical bibles was found in a basement. >> the same type by . >> it's strange to say about a book, because it's almost like a religious person. >> while the sports book heavy and tattered, the beauty is in the details, the smudges and the brown pages and the carefully drawn maps. >> johnson and johnson are
vulnerable to hacking. the insulin pump is a medical device that attaches to the patient's body injecting insulin with a catheter. they can hack into the component and inject more insulin than wanted. >> it's pretty nice out there and fairly calm and cool. with many temperatures in the have neighborhoods in the 50s, numbers we're certainly not used to. outside, it's clear and sunny and feels good if you put a
are the numbers i'm talking about that we started off with on this tuesday, 46 degrees for the blue diamond area, 55 degrees for summerlin, also mid-50s for downtown area, and bringing it right back here, a little bit of a technical glitch looking at the weather outside with the temperatures in the 70s and 80s across town. taking a look at the winds, single digits category for most hb edge, higher breeze there. 77 degrees for the current temperature and pahrump 57 for mt. charleston and the low 80s for boulder city and lake mead also, seeing light winds around the region, as well. checking in with a few neighborhoods or a few places that we'd like to highlight, 80 degrees for lake mead at the moment near boulder city in the upper 70s and 79 degrees at the las vegas day school. looking at the satellite, we'll
really dry weather continues around the area and it will be calm over the next several days and looking ahead, low pressure continue to move in the pacific northwest and keeping us from warm up too much, but other than that, not too much weather is impacted for us, however, we are tracking hurricane matt and this is just 30 miles east of cuba and the track got weakening at all contig hurricane as it reaches the carolinas and continues farther up northeast. farther in las vegas, looking at lows dropping down into the 50s under clear skies, winds may be up to 10 miles per hour, a little bit cooler than what we're used to around here. the highs tomorrow, again, very similar compared to today. 84 for overton, 86 for pahrump and temperatures at 83 in
year. and as we look ahead to the next couple of days, not much variation in the weather pattern. we'll still stay with the low 80s trend with the overnight temperatures will still be pretty chilly with 50s continuing over the next couple of days warming up ever so slightly as we get into the weekend with upper 80s into the forecast, but all the days have in common a whole lot of sunshine. >> i
think we can handle that, right? >> a woman chooses
with a huge voice and famous parents making an impression on "the voice." [singing] that is 18-year-old natasha pure pure and her husband valerie pure and on team adam and you can see the rest of the blind auditions here tonight. >> now this grown man riding this tricycle down a major highway and the man taking the video laughs about it but police are not saying somebody could
exactly who that man is. now to north carolina, a car covered in pennies. more than 51,000 of them the owner, larry hall, said it took him seven weeks to do this. he said it made sense to change his chevy to a lincoln. and presented with the hometown hero award, the owner dog said that jackson noticed a smell in the wall of the house and it was an electrical fire and he started barking and the homeowner put it out with the fire extinguisher and firefighters say that jackson saved the house and his family and getting a little back rub for it, too. that's what's buzzing today, las vegas. we'll send it back to you guys. >> hollywood rocked today by a shocking revelation after ben stiller said he was diagnosed with prostate cancer two years
he told howard stern saying he survived because of early detection and stiller's doctor suspected it after doing a psa blood levels and his levelses were on the rise leading to a cancer diagnosis. he had surgery to remove the prostrate and still in the clear and encouraging other men to get tested. >> a police officer's moment with a boy is caught on camera up with positive responses. >> why this act of kindness helped a family calm their young son. >> and wikileaks founder julian son. >> and wikileaks founder julian 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. narrator: and heck?
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. there's the nevada way. work hard. play by the rules. pay your taxes. and then there's the danny tarkanian way. penalized for failing to pay thousands in property taxes. ordered by a judge to repay $17 million in a failed development scheme.
i think my strongest asset, maybe by far, is my temperament. i'd like to punch him in the
face, i'll tell you. i would bomb the [bleep] out of 'em. i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go [bleep] themselves. get him out of here! get him out of here! get the hell out of here! priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising. . >> right now on "news 3 live at 3:30" under the microscope, with so many police shootings across the country, what the fbi is
>> ahead, what this teacher was fired for, for what she posted on social media. >> sharapova and when she will be back on the court. >> police shootings are under intense scrutiny thanks to cell phones and social media, leading to many debates. >> we're taking a look at jeff barne reports that the fbi has a plan to collect data. >> the police shooting deaths sparked this nationwide protest, especially in minority communities and fbi director comey recently talk lawmakers on capitol hill his bureau intends to end the speculation that has fueled this mistrust. >> the fbi will build and maintain a database where we