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plus -- a deadly plane crash in connecticut. officials are now saying the whole thing was intentional. the clue found that turned this into a criminal investigation. and it is a video vault wednesday. you know, some people outside of las vegas have called our fine city sin city and that reputation may have lasted for a while. but in the '90s, las vegas went the other way and tried to be a little bit more family-friendly. battleground for nevada. democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton is set to campaign here in a few hours. >> she will be speaking at the smith center later tonight and that's where we find john treanor right now. so john, you are standing outside there. are you starting to see the lines form? >> reporter: we are. the candidate will not speak for another -- about four hours but
in. doors open at 5:30. they will likely pack this place. this is one of several stops for the clinton campaign. we have ten days until people can start voting. we have one week before the debate comes here to unlv. everyone is wondering what will she talk about, you have a lot of hillary supporters here. how many people kind of in the middle right now. how many independents are in the crowd and what are they going to hear? are they gonna hear talk of e-mails or talk about policies? we expect secretary clinton to talk long and hard about the importance of registering to vote as registration is open for another six days. but what substance will come after that, this will be a lively crowd as we've seen people, again, four hours early starting to line up.
speak. she always has a crowd with her. tomorrow the vice president in town. nevada really center stage. it's a key battleground state. this crowd excited to hear hillary clinton who they hope is the next president of the united states. john treanor, news 3. >> thank you, john. well, clinton's visit to las vegas comes on the heels of a new batch of e-mails leaked. >> they are from 2011 when hillary clinton was secretary of state. it shows that clinton and her husband maye rules agreed to between hillary clinton and the white house. our reporter looked at them and explains. >> it started with a joint meeting. the subject line, saudi king. happy to meet with both secretary clinton and her husband. two days later, a request from bill clinton's office for a conflict of interest review, seeking permission for him to
e-mails obtained via freedom of information request by citizens united, a state department legal counselor says she will push for clearance even though the e-mail was written four months after the speaking gagement took place. >> the fact that bill clinton felt comfortable taking the speaking fee before the department approved it speaks to the fact that the ethical process was something that s >> reporter: the state department said it reviewed dozens of requests each year, primarily consisting of meetings and speeches for bill clinton. they said the department doesn't comment but generally speaking to any engagements raised concern, the department relayed the concerns. concern for critics, if it was a blatant example for pay for
foundation. >> -- by the clinton foundation. the arms deal went through. later that year. foreign money coming into the clinton foundation by the millions. much of it while hillary clinton was serving as secretary of state. setting what he calls a dangerous precedent. >> we've never been here before. pulling large amounts of money and apparently are getting away with it. >> reporter: back to you. >> so weigh in with our question of the day. what will have the greatest effect on your vote? the leaked clinton e-mails or the trump audio from 11 years ago? are you voting based on the candidates' policies? head to news3lv.com to weigh in. a federal judge agrees to extend voter registration in the wake of hurricane matthew.
because people had time to register. the democratic party and others argued. well, a federal judge agreed and now floridians have until next tuesday to sign up for vote. the lawyers for the only surviving suspect in the paris attack decide not to defend him. details from the terrorism alert desk. >> german police arrested islamic extremist was radicalized. they rested him earlier this week after three syrians helped capture him. he underwent a security check last year but turned up nothing. he was plotting a similar attack in paris and belgium.
defend their client in the attack. he's not talking. he's in solitary confinement near paris. a tweet by donald trump inadvertently gets a few police officers in trouble. it shows the officers wearing his signature red. san antonio's police chief said they violated policy by participating in political activity while in uniform. the city's mayor is deeply disappointed by the situation. no word what disciplinary action the officers are facing. the sole survivor of a plane crash in connecticut said that was no accident. now the fbi is investigating. the plane went down.
before crashing into a heavily populated area, barely missing cars as they went by. >> i heard the engine sputter a little bit. i saw the whole thing coming in and i just instantly stopped and the whole car just shook. >> it was like a movie scene. who would have thought that would have happened? >> a student pilot died in the crash. the instructor said there was some kind of argument or struggle for the controls. the crash is being investigated as a crime. let's take you to texas, wh faces criminal charges. >> houston police say she admits to hanging up on thousands of callers simply because she didn't feel like talking to them. >> i heard -- there were at least five gunshots, boom, boom, boom, boom. >> investigators say lee is one of the people williams hung up on. he tried to call in an armed robbery this convenience store but couldn't get help. >> they said 911.
sentence and we got disconnected. >> the robber shot and killed the store's owner in the time it took lee to call back. investigators say the following day williams hung up on another caller trying to report reckless drivers. a recording caught her saying, didn't -- saying, "ain't nobody got time for this for real." she now phases dozens of misdemeanor charges. >> a woman looking for any kind of treatment to help her multiple sclerosis finds what she needs after ten years of searching. >> she actually says there is a procedure that eased her pain and allowed her to return to a more normal life. megan shares the success story of karen boyd. >> reporter: multiple sclerosis has affected karen boyd's life for more than a decade. >> i was missing out on a lot. i was tired all of the time.
feet. despite multiple medications, she started to lose the ability to lose her right leg in 2010. >> by the end day, i couldn't walk. i needed a cane. >> reporter: that's when she discovered stemgenics. karen flew to california. >> the patient undergoes a it's processed in the lab. it's infused back into the patient. >> reporter: the procedure wasn't cheap, though. costing $20,000. and karen says it's not coved -- covered by insurance. but she says it's priceless. >> my husband said to me the other day, he said i feel like i have my best friend back.
fingerprints again and she recommends others, too. >> if you can get just part of your life back, it's so worth the journey. it makes everything worthwhile. >> doctors say stemgenics is also effective against parkinson's, arthritis and lung disease. tim tebow trying to build a baseball career. >> but what he did off the field has people talking now. how he helped a man loong the early 1990s when the strip was starting to look more like disneyland. tom hawley remembers family-friendly vegas in the video vault. and the winds are light currently. but that will not be the case over the weekend. if you have plans, stick around. my forecast is up ahead. we all know
but in washington, too often joe heck has been part of the problem, putting his party and special interests before nevada. i'm proud of my work with the bush and obama administrations on homeland security. and every bill i sponsored as attorney general was passed by democrats and republicans. i'm catherine cortez masto. i approve this message because i'll work with anyone to put nevada first.
er." but congressman hardy supports trump 100% and said he'll do whatever trump wants him to do. hardy even said people with disabilities are a drain on society and that seniors who rely on programs like social security are a draw on government. donald trump and congressman hardy -- divisive and dangerous.
when i was one year old, i was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer on my spinal chord. 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!" "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.
family-friendly projects. >> atop here is the roller coaster ride. i can't tell you what's inside. but it will be twice as fast as a well-known dark roller coaster ride somewhere out west. >> that is what the mgm. it seemed las vegas was trying to follow in the footsteps of walt disney. >> roller coasters like this seem to be a families. some even say it's better than disney world. >> reporter: theming was the name of the game with a pirate show at treasure island and the egyptian theme at the luxor. this man helped design the luxor. the original sculpture was
>> we want something very generic. we want him to look regal, not too exotic. >> reporter: it made the cover of "time" mag magazine and there was a reality check gam. >> gambling is the thing people come for. >> the day of the family vacation may soon be over. casinos currently under construction are geared toward adults and high rollers. owners have found parents are spending so much time doing activities with their children that they are not spending money on gambling. >> reporter: mgm grand adventures as is the treasure island pirate show. the artist is part of a panel discussion on family-friendly las vegas next tuesday evening at 6:00 in the museum. if you want to register, we have a link in the video vault section of news3lv.com.
we love every day to shine a light on amazing people doing great things. >> our focus is the colorado air force veteran finally recognized for his service in the korean war six decades ago. this was a surprise. the family put on a special dinner for him at a colorado banquet house. when he got there, he learned he was getting the ambassador for peace medal. he was just 17 when he joined the air force. he was shocked to f service was getting honored. >> very surprised. yeah. i can't tell you how weak i am in the knees. [laughter] >> i felt he should be known for what he did and he's always said he would do it again. >> wow. well, now there's a special push going on in colorado to get korean war veterans peace medals. officials have handed out more than 100 medals in the past six months. speaking of our brave and wonderful military veterans, a
war finally gets his high school diploma. he was presented with a diploma while he wept. it's taylor, pennsylvania. it's called riverside high school. not a dry eye in the room. his family invited him to a board meeting where he thought he was going to lead the pledge of allegiance. look at his son there. instead, they presented him with this long-time coming diploma. >> i was really never he expected this. >> we wanted to surprise him. david did a great job. we're happy. >> well, that beautiful guy right there was injured by a german hand grenade while stationed in france. he received and honorable discharge and a purple heart defending our freedom. when he came home, he joined the labor force instead of finishing high school and is counted among the men women and men who built this great nation. how he's being honored with the diploma.
uniforms in pennsylvania is allowing muslims to feel more welcome. they are feeling more like at home, something very important training in the military and the fight against isis. >> i love my country and my religion. to come here and wear this with my uniform perfectly shows how it's possible to wear both at the same time. >> he believes the move will make the military stronger. an 8th grade girl is out to prove girls can play football just as well as the plays. she wanted to play football. when she talked to the coach, she said welcome aboard. she's not a kicker and wide receiver. she plays offensive tackle. yeah. that's one of the most physical positions in the sport p she
very supportive. she even wants to try out one day for the wrestling team. tim tebow made his debut in the arizona fall league on tuesday but his actions after the game has everyone talking. he was signing autographs after the game when he saw a fan fall to the ground. he stopped what he was doing and went to the fan having a seizure. witnesses say when the man conscious, he sat with him and talked to him and even prayed with him. a team of firefighters rescue a dozen dogs from a lumberton animal shelter. the rescue crew from charlotte, north carolina pulled most of the pooches stranded. all of them are said to be in good shape and low pressure in another animal shelter where they await for adoption. a tenacious tortoise gets
this is sheldon. he recently managed to escape his owner's yard. didn't have much trouble tracking him down. in fact, sheldon only made it 100 yards from his home, getting the tortoise back was difficult. let's continue this conversation. if there's something that's inspired you this week or something we need to share, tweet us. on facebook as well. join us by liking our page. search for ksnv news 3 las vegas. let's take a look at what's coming up at 5:00 today. a man arrested in alaska charged with holding a woman hostage and repeatedly asalting her -- assaulting her is being sent to
14% the relative humidity with the dew point of 33 degrees. and it's pretty nice outside. west side, 81. winds at 5. and in spring valley, 86 with a southeast wind that just went up. 86 at the lakes. 86 up at nellis and downtown henderson in at 86 as well. southern nevada, how about a 62. mesquite a pair of 8s and 85 in pahrump. still warm down in laughlin. 93 down there. well, some showers over florida. good news, the carolinas are dry. you can see the hurricane, nicole. we talked about that earlier off the carolina coast. that's heading to bermuda and pretty substantial frontal system straddling the lakes into the mississippi valley.
deep low, up in the gulf of alaska. it will hammer the pacific northwest. you can see the rain about set to go in. it will be a wind event. the clouds, you can see they moved in the north and drifted in here. but, that's not gonna be a big deal with the storm. we'll get clouds on friday. but then i think our weekend is gonna be primarily sunny but the winds are going to blow with some pretty major wind gusts. overnight lows in the 30s. mount charleston over in pahrump to the low 70s down at lake mead. pretty good rangnd were today in the mid- to upper 80s across southern nevada. so 61 overnight on the coolest side but mainly clear and then tomorrow, mid- to upper 80s. let's go 88 for a high. that's 6 degrees above our norm. 82 by noon. pretty good warmup during the morning and then 87 at 5:00 p.m. the seven-day forecast, well, the winds start friday afternoon and they blow us from near 90 down to near 80.
it will be pretty nice. just have to get through a few winds. >> maybe that's what the wife was worried about, that her husband would get blown away. she was walking the forecast. >> batten down the hatches. >> in vegas, that's all we have to worry about. [laughter] >> okay. thank you. >> like minnesota. >> let's take to you ohio. ohio here, poking fun at the heightened pic you see these road signs? they are interstate 70 and 71 there. they've been re-created to mimic and critique the campaign. this l.e.d. highway sign says blah, blah, blah. well, the project is sponsored by the ohio contemporary art center in cincinnati and the highway sketches far in st. louis. finally, david bowie's private art collection will go on display before heading to
more than 400 items will be put up for auction starting next month. everything from artwork to sculpture and furniture, it's all going to be made available. >> unique pieces. we're understanding that this collection is expected to fetch about $13
million. love that piece on the right. >> and you can see the fans walking through, mesmerized by that collection. >> and you don't get to take
jim childs: one of the ways criminals avoid background checks is by going online
and connecting with strangers to buy guns. as someone in law enforcement, i think that's dangerous. millions of guns are sold through websites like this, most with no background checks, no questions asked. the law requires background checks in gun stores; why don't we require them online? a few clicks of the mouse, now a bad guy is armed - and potentially dangerous.
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