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we have a recap in case you missed it and we have the must-see moments. >> krystal: back in court. a local man convicted of murder now facing another serious charge. we're live outside the regional justice center. >> michelle: training for the best! a champion boxer turned into an author and motivational speaker. her name is lisa. she is live in studio to talk about her new book "being too fierce." wait until you hear her story coming up >> announcer: news 3 start right now. >> michelle: welcome in everybody. the second presidential debate, boy, did it start off with a bang last night. if you missed it, you missed quite a show. speaking of boxing. in fact, the two candidates, this was something that stuck out to a lot of people. last time they shook hands. this time they did not. >> krystal: they did not. at the end, they did. but, boy, there's a lot of stuff in between. that told you everything you needed to know about how this
emily schmidt has more. >> reporter: there was no handshake between donald trump and hillary clinton sunday night in st. louis. that icy start set the tone for another contention debate. discussion turned to recently released video of trump making lewd and sex lyle aggressive comments about women. >> certainly i'm not proud of it. but that was something that happened. >> i think it's clear to anyone who heard it that it represents exactly who he is. >> reporter: the spared on topics from foreign policy to personal temperament. and there were surprise. like the moment trump knocked hi running mate on e issue of syria. >> i disagree. >> reporter: mike pence who confirmed he is not dropping the ticket blamed the moderator. >> frankly, i got a lot of respect for martha rad its but she misrepresented the statement that i made. >> reporter: clinton said the debate went as anticipated.
expected to see. as he's not fit to be president and commander-in-chief. >> reporter: the town hall format allowed voters to pose questions. >> would either of you name one positive thing that you respect in one another. [ laughter ] >> reporter: clinton said she respected trump's kids. trump said he respected that clinton was a fighter. and, finally, they shook hands. in st. louis, missouri, i'm emily nicer note than it started. >> michelle: they found one thing to say, a positive kind thing about each other. back here at home. a local man who was already convicted of murder now finds himself back in court facing an attempted murder charge. >> krystal: we're talking about david frostick here. our craig fiegener all over the story live outside the regional justice center. so, craig, the question here, frostick has he made an
frostick is on the eighth floor of this courthouse in a courtroom. this is the primm hearing. they often play out like a miniature trial. the prosecution giving the judge some of their best evidence in the case. that's what is happening here. so frostick is accused of having attacked a corrections officer inside the clark county detention center back in september. we have file video him from a previous court appearance. the attack is alleged to have come just five the murder of his fiancee. and at the time of sentencing he told the jury, the sentencing jury, that he was a changed man. that he had had a spiritual awakening and had found god. then five days later this attack, alleged attack, in which a corrections officer was injured. the fight is described in detail by the prosecution. the corrections officer has given frostick an instruction not to brush his teeth.
then they got into a wrestling match. the corrections officer was dragged to the ground in the testimony we heard. at some point the corrections officer says he was hit in the head. his own flashlight used against him by frostick. so that what's we've learned so far. right now this is in recess. the judge has the opportunity to determine if there's enough evidence to hold this defendant over for trial. if so, a trial date set. we'll see what happens. we've got time here to go before thege "news 3 live at three." join us then for an update. craig fiegener reporting live, back to you. >> michelle: thank you for that. so this woman sitting next to me is a champion boxer. and now putting her talents to writing a new book. i have it here called "being too fierce kwoem lisa cohen has quite a story. i was reading about you preparing for this interview. and this what's your book is all about. you overcame a lot of obstacles
for you as a little girl. >> yeah. that's what i talk about in my book. "being too fierce: one woman's incredible journey from foster child to world championship boxer." i talk about how i grew up in the foster care system from 19 months old to 19 years old. >> michelle: what was that like? jif us a little bit. >> it was very is about. it's about the difficulties that kids have in foster care. and they don't have a voice. i never had a voice growing up to tell what was going on with me. it wasn't really being investigated. and now i get to -- you know i get to tell the entire story. and there are so many other children out here and adults who have gone through things in the
>> michelle: we were talking about that during the break when we were getting ready for the interview. i don't know if people realize what a big problem we have here in our community with actually not only at risk teenagers and children but homeless children. you were saying a lot of those kids were in the foster system. once they turn 18, they age out of it. and they have nowhere to go and end up on the streets. >> there are three places that they usually end up -- homeless or in the grave. and that's very sad. even more sad to say i am the exception to the rule about how kids turn out. that is not to say there aren't some very good foster homes but they're very 235r and few. >> michelle: you also are -- you have such a story because
something amazing and became a world championship boxer. and you said that you were watching it on tv and watching two women boxing at 28 years old and thought i want to do. and you did. isn't that amazing. i'm sorry-- >> ifga. >> michelle: junior feather weight champion. you just thought i'm going try this out and realized that you had a talent for boxing? >> well, you know, how something that you are supposed to do in life. i saw two women on television boxing and i said that's what i am supposed to do. and i looked at -- never looked at myself as a victim. i was like this is going to be my statement to tell people. >> michelle: and now you are using your story hopefully to help others who are in the same situation and let them know there is a way out. >> absolutely. i like to make change in the system.
"being too fierce: one woman's incredible journey from foster child to world championship boxer." thank you so much lisa cohen. what a great story. and her daughter on the side. absolutely beautiful. you have two daughters. >> i have one son. >> michelle: two children. company coming from hardship and wow what a great story. thanks for coming on. where can people get the book. >> you can go to my website lisapcohen.com or amazon or ba information on wur website webb website. thanks for coming on. >> krystal: she is fierce! she is gorgeous. coming up, a big mistake. emphasis on the steaks because it is a steak house. get it? things go terribly wrong for a restaurant but right for the customers. we're guy tlg tell you what happened. they came out with some full bellies and a little more green in their pocket. celebrating diversity, food, fun, music.
a two day fest is huge. we're talking about the las vegas culture festival this weekend. we have everything you need to know about it coming up downtown las vegas. kelly, if you are heading out there you want to know what's going on with the weather. >> kelly: it is t-shirt weather. temperatures warming back up. how long will it last? i'll
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i'm one of the lucky ones. i had breast cancer, but they caught it in time. there are many women who depend on planned parenthood for that kind of screening and care. so i'll never understand politicians like congressman heck, who tried to defund planned parenthood. 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.
>> krystal: nhp has confirmed two people have died following a crash on blue diamond and newsroom in the last few moments. we have a crew headed into the scene right now. again, that's blue diamond and charleston. a crash killing two people. as soon as we know more we'll definitely pass it along to you. we're going shift gears here and talk weather with our kelly curran. because we are your weather authority. it's been busy past few days. >> michelle: can i wash my car? >> kelly: yes you can wash your car. [ laughter ] absolutely. we are looking at high, thin clouds.
a time-lapse. the clouds are going to thicken up as we get into the late afternoon and overnight. we have a trough that's moving through. i expect it to move through dry. an isolated chapts for a shower. here is a look at temperatures. it is definitely warmer primm 90. year ton and mesquite 90. downtown and sunrise 90 degrees. spring valley coming in at 88. summerlin 86. we do have cloud cover. very light, spotty. terrain driven. most of it is in the higher elevations. if there is anything the all. also getting into arizona as well. now again we've got a couple of systems that are going to be working through.
is the temperatures. kind of warmed back up on us here. death valley today high 101. 97 laughlin. overton topping out today at 94. overnight the clouds acting like a blanket that will prevent temperatures from dropping as low as last week. overnight low tonight in boulder city 67. indian springs 58. here is our 7-day forecast. today looking at a high of 91 in las vega downward as we get toward the middle or end of the week. 84 on thursday. plenty of sunshine. another system is going to work in friday into saturday. it's going to boost temperatures back up into the upper 80s and mid-80s for the weekend. notice we're going be dealing with pretty breezy conditions for the weekend. >> michelle: time for trending today. sometimes a restaurant they will have this big promotion and then it goes horribly wrong and they have to make changes.
at a ruth chris's steakhouse. have you ever eaten there? >> krystal: it's good. >> michelle: it's not inexpensive. >> krystal: because it's steak. you are going to pay a little bit. this is what happened. ruth chris steakhouse in ann arbor michigan, of course, offered a promotion in connection with saturday's university of michigan football game. they said if the team won customers would get a discount based on how many points michigan won by. so if they won by ten you get ten percent off. h michigan won the game by 78 points. what? great for customers. they think i'm getting a steak dinner at 78 percent off. are you kidding me. well the restaurant had to clarify that a little bit when they realized how much that was going to be. facebook and twitter they had to clarify and they capped it at 50 percent. still off a steak dinner, i'd take it. >> michelle: but they were going in expecting 78.
>> krystal: that is a little too much. >> michelle: "saturday night live", you know they didn't hold back when it comes to the political punchlines. if you missed it they addressed donald trump's audio recording which really made all of the news this weekend. and donald trump tried to apologizes. >> i deeply apologize. laughs. >> are you trying to say apologize? >> no i would never do that. what i am doing is ap ajizing to a statements. but more importantly to the people who were turned on by them. i hear it's 50/50. >> we now go live to hillary clinton's headquarters where they just received news of the leak. >> i'm sorry. i didn't see you. we were so busy preparing for the debate tomorrow. ? [music] ? . >> krystal: they don't hold back do they. that happened before last night's debate last night of course on saturday. they are so spot on.
current. that's why they've been able to succeed for so long. snl has a lot of material. >> michelle: on point for sure. speaking of the debate. if you watched you might have noticed the guy in red everyone is talking about. hillary clinton and donald trump's favorable ratings may not have changed after sunday's debate but social media users appear to have an overwhelming favorable opinion on this guy here. the internet isoi his question to clinton and trump was about energy policies. i remember when he did that. he became an instant internet sensation. more because of what he was wearing. his red cardigan, the black rimmed glasses. and he had a positive demeanor. he also had a disposable camera. within minutes someone created a facebook page and, of course, a parody twitter account. there's even a folk song dedicated. >> michelle: didn't they say he looked like from a character
i haven't seen it but one of our moms is like oh yeah he looks like one of the characters on toy story two. everybody noticed that about him. >> krystal: you go a debate and become an internet sensation. >> michelle: a 14-year-old kansas student not your average teenager. he is a sophomore in high school and a sophomore at harvard university. >> krystal: and he may wow. >> the first thing that anyone is going to say about me is he is not is that kid to goes harvard. >> reporter: but braxton's story starts in the first grade. that's when he was tested as gifted. by third grade he was bored and unchallenged in school. >> he got very depressed. he basically had what most of us have when we're 40.
what's my purpose in life? is god real? just huge, huge depression. it was a hard time in our life. >> reporter: because he was only nine the local community college did not let him take classes. so braxton decided the next place to apply naturally was harvard. >> everyone wants their niche. so i figured harvard would be a stepping stone. hopefully not a stepping block. >> reporter: if braxton stays on track he' graduates from high school. >> i was thinking about it the other day how surreal that actual day will be. but it will be a fun experience. >> reporter: he's made an impression on many public figures. >> they came and got us and took to us justice sotomayors chamberss an he is having a discussion with her about john lock. >> reporter: like many students the biggest drawback is paying for college. >> painful. it cost a lot.
they can't pay for everything. because of his age, he isn't allowed to have any federal help. >> reporter: he'll be 17 when he graduates from harvard and has big plans for himself after that. >> i know every kid wants to say they want to be the president but, i mean, i think it would be cool to be any position of power in politics. just to say you've made a difference. >> reporter: braxton will have plenty of time to make that difference. he'll be eligible to run for president in >> krystal: we're talking about all this food. i'm salivating here. i'm trying to keep my focus on this interview. we have all these lovely folks here. we're talking about las vegas black image magazine holding it's 11th annual las vegas culture fest. we have charles and kimberly the
and tasha. she is here with debbie's crab cakes and she is making it hard to concentrate. let's talk about this event: two days full of food and music but we're celebration diversity. >> i think that's very important. especially given the environment we're presently in. because it takes all of us together to really make everything wonderful. th about. it's a celebration for everyone. all cultures together. >> krystal: when you walk in to the event and charles is telling me you have flags representing all different types of nags amounts that will be -- nationalities that will be present there. >> it's so great to see the tourist. they say take a picture of me. vegas is a hub, international hub. so we get people from all over the world. and they come to fremont street
a various amount of vendors serving up different foods representing different cultures and entertainment. >> krystal: so you get food and entertainment. you are part of that. you were telling me the influence for your incredible creation. >> my family is from down south. i i am born and raised in las vegas. this is shrimp and grits to our prawn boil with hot links. i'm doing sausages. we have shrimp puppies. a crab fake burger this year. -- wrap cake -- crab cake burger. we defry a hot link and butter that bread. pulled pork or chicken. our homemade barbecue sauce. home made sauce is all over everything. >> krystal: that's just a taste of what you are going to experience at las vegas culture fest because you have
all the folks coming out. >> we celebrating. what's really important is we're celebrating local businesses. a diverse group of businesses. multi-cultural businesses but they own their businesses. we make it a little chance to -- show themselves to the tourist market. >> krystal: fabulous las vegas. downtown, fremont street experience. i mean, you all pack the place. do there and seen the pictures but it is -- [ inaudible ]. that pretty much explains it. >> we have great music. the smoke will be filling the air with barbecue smoke. asian food. the best mexican food. >> krystal: the list goes on and on. charles and kimberly thank you for your work and dedication to the community and bringing this event year and year.
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