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how many members of the media are already in town. >> kim: this has to do with your air fare before you book for the holidays. we teamed one the experts at consumer reports. the cheapest air fare and how you can grab it is headed your way. >> dana: good morning. welcome in on this terrific tuesday. it is 5:00 on this the thomas and mack. >> kim: by tomorrow night we're going to know how clinton and trump will be portrayed on saturday night during the up coming skit on snl which will be determined in our own backyard. we're getting ahead of ourselves. >> dana: we have traffic and weather covered for you every 10 minutes. fight night is on a wednesday night, not a saturday. i know you are going to be
>> kelly: we are looking at a beautiful day today for everybody coming into town for the debates. lots of sunshine. temperatureson the cool side this morning. lows in the upper 50's, low 60's right now. our high today 82. nice light winds. the sunset time 6:00 on the dot. those days getting a lot shorter. >> tom: we'll start out near the 95 and martin boulevard where there has been a lot of overnight work. this is going to take us into november where that ramp is shut down until november 16. that is a 24/7 detour. can use bonanza instead. the workers out there hard at it. travel times on the freeway all running in the green for now. >> kim: thank you very much. the road to the white house goes through the thomas and mack center. that is what a lot of analyst
on the debate tomorrow night. kendall is there. i know it's early yet but i've watched the east coast version of the today show so i know we have network correspondents in town. set the scene for us on this tuesday morning. >> good morning. it is a little quiet out here because of the time. members of the media from across the entire world in las vegas. it is those members are still waking up with us this morning and things are going to look quite different in hours. security is tight here. you won't be able to drive in without a clearance pass. we have you covered. we'll host the news crews and you can see toward the building red, white and blue the main colors here when it comes to debate decor. how about a look inside?
thomas and mack is debate ready bringing a lot of attention to not only us but the campus itself. finally with all this coverage comes a lot of people and a lot of cars. if you are going to be driving around this side of town over the next three days you may run into road closures. the airport connector will shut time when it comes to traveling. >> a few hours in advance of your scheduled departure. not knowing how your transit through town will treat you, add another 30-60 minutes to that.
last. >> dana: the anticipation builds. thank you for that. the president of the united states not expected in town tomorrow but he will be here this weekend on sunday in the las vegas valley supporting hillary clinton and katherine cortez running for a u.s. senate seat. the white house has not told us where and when we expect to get that information shortly. once we do we'll pass it along to you. don't forget that news 3 will you can catch up with everything that happens on news3lv.com. >> kim: if you are on social media, we want to hear from you. what you are looking at is our storyteller board where if you go to instagram or twitter or facebook and you # it lv debate, then it assembles it on the same page and we're able to show it on the program.
joining crystal with brand new numbers focusing on the up coming election. >> krystal: all eyes are on these two candidates and the numbers are out this morning. latest poll showing hillary clinton with a lead over trump 51-43%. this is a day ahead of the final debate here in las vegas. we're going to dig deep tore see if we can find numbers more specific nevada voters stand. clinton ahead in the polls. numbers we will continue to follow. >> dana: we have a breaking news update. the suspect in a standoff near flamingo and boulder highway surrendered to police after barricading himself inside his home. we had this last night at 11:00. the man got into an argument with his dad and grabbed a can of gas and doused himself and
match. standoff lasted three hours before he surrendered. craig is live at the scene. we're going to check in with him to find oh it what is happening in the neighborhood in about 25 minutes. >> kim: an assistant football coach at silverado high school has been arrested for bad behavior with a student. his name jordan turner is accused of sexual misconduct th accused of touching inappropriately during a ride home over the summer. she says while she was in turner's car and they were going over to his sister's house to pick up something related to the football team the girl claimed he started to touch her inappropriately and touched her in the upper body area. she tried to move away but she was scared and nervous at the time, shaking she said.
the car while he was driving but he says the conversation was never inappropriate as far as he was concerned. he said he may have accidentally poked this child in the best area but he was driving and denies doing anything on purpose. >> dana: body cam footage from a metro officer that said he was forced to shoot a we had this as breaking news on the program early one morning last week. metro had touchiest chaste this man, 50-year-old rex wilson from the stratosphere way up in the northwest section of the valley. he had this on him and he pointed that at officers. it's not a gun but looked like a gun at the time. it was a sprayer.
with black tape. in his own blood he wrote sorry on the douche board. -- on the dash board.this happy morning hours from last week. >> kim: live to new york city and looks like they are setting up for a news corns here. this is an anti-trump protest. this is his he's running his campaign. people who do not want trump to become president so they are camping out in front of his headquarters staging a protest. we're going to pay attention to this throughout broadcast. >> dana: when you are planning air travel in this country, you go on a website looking for the cheapest fare, how do you know you got the best deal? coming up, an exclusive consumer report.
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have been negotiated terms of his exit before monday's announcement. billy bush saying he's shamed of what was heard on that tape. >> kim: if you are planning a flight for the december holidays and you haven't booked yet, do it soon. consumer reports says if you wait much longer you are likely going to see a price hike. here is how to find the cheapest price. for many what matters the most. >> i'm trying to get the best deal. >> which booking site will give you the best deal? consumer reports compared nine sites searching for the cheapest round trip flight on five busy domestic routes. users serged for the same itenerary at the same time through the same airport. there could be big differences. in one search for new york to
cheapest fair google flights came one was $597. on price line the cheapest was $459 and cheap poe air never came one the lowest fare on any routes that consumer reports checked out. >> you increase your odds if you search for flights multiple times over multiple days with and without your search history cleared on your bruiser. >> check the airline own fare. you can find all airlines at google.com/flights. fares can vary considerably for flights just hours apart. kayak makes it easy to search for other options. >> kim: with prices changing all the time, it's a good idea to check the day off book to see tuck find a better deal.
penalty for 24 hours after you book as long as you are not traveling for at least a week. there are lots of guidelines when it comes to this. avoid travel tongue wednesday ing on the wednesdaybefore thane sunday after. he's in the sky starting in our 6:00 hour but right now he's in the studio talking traffic. >> tom: i was looking at this luther king boulevard ramp is closed. serve talking about the debate and possible restrictions. they are going to shut down roads as needed. you might find a restriction, not a full closure on 15. the tunnel to the airport and on tropicana and flamingo. that is going to be from 4:00 to 10:00. if you are going to the airport
from the west use top can n. travel times look good, everything in the green. traffic ahead forecast adds just a couple of minutes to that in two hours from now. things will be thickening up as we get into the rush hour. >> kelly: we're going to start out with a time lapse look from yesterday. the grass really blowing early in the morning. as we got into the afternoo quite a nice evening. highs in the low 80's. summerlin 59, henderson areason 61. a light jacket as you head out to take the dog for a walk this morning. winds calm in many locations. winds will stay light at least for today. here is the radar picture where we see active weather across the pacific northwest. at home quiet conditions.
colorado river valley. gusty winds and low humidity will lead to a heightened fire danger. gusts 40 tomorrow along the colorado river valley. lots of sunshine. tonight clear skies. increasing winds a little bit. 5-15 miles per hour. not what we saw the other night with the winds howling all night. our seven-day forecast showing slightly breezy conditions saturday and another storm system could bring us rain on monday. >> dana: time to take you live to the floor of the nasdaq. jane king is joining us from new york city. i know these days a lot of people like to get their grabries delivered to their front door but a lot of us like to go into the store. >> i like to have my groceries delivered. but people like to touch and squeeze the produce and you
online order of groceries aren't close to catching on nationwide. 1% of people order their groceries and have them delivered on the internet. customers preference for picking out their own produce could be good news for grocery stores. google will let you know when air fares are about to expire. >> google will alert you when about to increase. this is useful because sometimes you don't know if you got to buy the ticket now or can wait. google bases this on historical flight data so it won't be perfect but it might save you a few bucks now and then. >> kim: if you believe in guardian angels you are about to see one in action. that was a police officer standing off to the left an on
slams into the patrol car. this is in minnesota where this took place. she sees another car coming. just in the nick of time. that car slamming into the patrol car . the 31-year-old man driving the pickup had nonlife threatening injuries which is amazing when you look at the impact there. >> dana: this is in northern iraq. this is the second largest city it is a major stronghold for isis. the battle began yesterday. american ground forces not involved in any serious way. these are kurdish forces and iraqi forces trying to take back the city from isis in northern iraq. richard engel from nbc news is in a forward position close to the front line. he'll have more reporting on this later this morning on "the
publicly for the first time since her husband was caught in that hot mic moment. what she's saying about her husband is headed your way. >> dana: did you watch monday night football? this was happening on the field. what is this all about? we have answers it's not uncommon for autistic kids to flap their hands. and so when i saw that, that was completely disqualifying. i'm a republican, but this election is
so much bigger than party. my son max can't live in trump world. so i'm crossing party lines and voting for hillary. i don't always agree with her, but she's reasonable. and she's smart. she can work with people to solve problems.
>> tom: people are concerned about traffic in the south valley tomorrow the closure is every night through october 21. this is what it looks like in the area right now. you have restrictions but that overnight closure is done. we'll check travel times in the resort and they are looking good about now. north bound a three minute drive. 95 inbound looks great as does the 215. traffic and weather together every 10 minutes.
ready to head out the door. a little bit of a chill in the air. winds not howling this morning. that good news for us. trump 54. boulder city 61 right now and 59. winds north west at five miles per hour. through the rest of the day today temperatures will climb into the low 80's. it's going to get warm this weekend. we're going to talk more about at >> kim: things got prehistoric at last night's cardinals game against the jets. >> dana: he's a really good nfl player. he's a defensive back that place for the arizona cardinals. his name is patrick pederson. he participates in the bucket challenge where they throw balls buy bucket. whoever gets the least amount in
outfits. the winners force them to wear a certain type of outfit. last night he was on the field before the game dressed as a t-rex. >> kim: live pictures from a war zone on your screen now. this is where iraqi forces are in pause mode. richard of nbc news has been doing terrific reporting from the front lines. he will continue that this morning on "the today s we'll have continued coverage as forces try to retake iraq's second largest city from isis. they've gotten a good start. this will be a topic of discussion tort night at the debate as it plays out at the thomas and mack center. live pictures on your screen. kendall is in place. and in a little while we'll check in with what to expect in our own backyard tomorrow night.
>> kim: breaking news update live from the scene while most of
you were sleeping we had a barricade situation playing out in our own backyard. craig is in place details. we're checking in with him ahead. >> egg on from the host to say dirty and bad stuff. >> dana: supporting her husband. melania trump talking publicly for the first time since that tape of her husband was released.
>> sometimes things happen out of our control. >> kim: raw emotion. that is the dad talking about his daughter who was just murdered and you also know him as olympian tieson gay. you'll hear him in his own words ahead. >> dana: good morning. welcome n. it is 5 night in las vegas on the national news. it normally is on saturday night. they are saying it's going to be wednesday night. that's not even how people box. >> dana: i'm not a boxer either but i'm sure that is not how they get it done. >> kim: that is poor form if i was in the ring. they have correspondents in place like we do. speaking of the election, billy bush out.
matt lauer's explanation after this program. >> dana: welcome in. we're the wagners. traffic and weather every 10 minutes on the program. normally the thomas and mack home to the runnin rebels but not tomorrow night. >> tom: they have hosted fights. my video vault is about a fighter who lived and died here in las vegas. if you live out to the west, there is a lot of work taking it back together all the way from summerlin down to charleston. elsewhere around town we'll see what is happening at the rainbow summerlin interchange. take a look at what appears to be a smooth commute.
>> kelly: temperatures right now in the upper 50's, low 60's. this afternoon quite pleasant. sunny skies, 78 at noon today. 82 by 3:00. winds nice and light and not a cloud in the sky. have winds coming back into the forecast tomorrow though. we'll talk more about that. >> dana: a man doused himself in gasoline and threatened to light the match. craig joinings flamingo and boulder highway with the latest. >> this began to unfold just before 9:00 last night in the 5200 block of cola avenue near flamingo. people that live in that neighborhood were told to get out. this started as a barricade situation. when officers responded they found out their suspect had been involved in an airport with his father. the suspect a man in his 30's
preceded a standoff that lasted three hours. the man's father did escape safely after fears his son would set the home on fire. >> went back inside the residence, poured it inside the residence, on himself and then turned on the gas inside the house. >> while this was all unfolding, while the house was told to get out, they were in meeting rooms at sam's town, for three hours they didn't know how this was going to end. the suspect was taken into custody. what the argument was about we don't know. this morning everybody back in their homes and safe. >> kim: before we let you go, i want clarification here. this suspect is accused of dousing himself and the place
reporting goes, no fire ever sparked up? >> no fire ever started. we do have confirmation he threatened to light the place on fire but what he did would imply he -- this was not going to end well if metro didn't get involved. >> chris: happening today , the man accused of shooting at people on the 15, going on a shooting rampage on our local freeway expectedo for the first time. you are looking at his mug shot. that is 29-year-old kenneth mcdonald. he is facing murder charges chargesaccused of shooting a wod her husband. they were headed to lunch when
later passed away at umc. sources close to this case tell us that the couple was shot at on purpose. they are under the belief that the man that you just saw , the mug shot next to this family picture that he was targeting local police officers and they were driving in a police style car, that suspect thinking he was going after local law enforcement. >> dana: this is a popular charleston. on any normal weekend you see a lot of families up there, kids and dogs. this weekend we saw fire up there. a careless hiker lit a campfire that accidentally started this. then you get strong winds up there and that can create big problems. it's only burned about 27 acres that. steep terrain making it tough to fight it.
the fire 65% contained. right now no structures have been threatened. >> kim: we're talking about the big debate that will play out there at that location , the thomas and mack tomorrow night. people already assembling. we've been checking out the live look throughout this broadcast. kendall will be reported from that location in a little while. we know with the free publicity coming from the campus of the they are trying to put a price tag on that of $85 million in publicity. we expect 90 million people to take in this debate tomorrow night. if you don't need to be down there, we are encouraging you to stay away because it will be jacked up. a lot of road closures associated with this huge event. tom has been tracking it all and we'll have continued coverage
melania trump going to bat for her husband. in an interview with anderson keep, it's the first time she's gone public since that tape with billy bush went public. >> egg on from the host to say dirty and bad stuff. >> melania trump mostly absent from the campaign trail and has a good explanation she says the reason she hasn't been campaigning is because she's raising their son 234 new york city. >> dana: olympic runner tieson gay mourning the loss of his daughter who was murdered. what he told hundreds of
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>> dana: it's all about personality at that point. >> tom: we are judging the traffic though. liking what we see for the most part. just a little yellow. it looks pretty good in this shot and travel times are running in the green. green is good. let's check weather kelly. >> kelly: many locations in the up 50's but we have 60's out there as well. here is a look at the current temperature. lunchtime we're looking at upper 70's and by the time the afternoon bell rings low 80's. >> dana: invites have been sent out for president obama's final steak dinner. the big names on the guest list. >> kim: we welcome a civil
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>> krystal: from the breaking news desk we are headed up to utah where there is another wildfire. seems like every day we're talking about another one. just to give you perspective that is about two hours northeast of las vegas. you see it there on the map. so far we have about 1,000 acres burned this. is the hicks fire. three homes being evacuated at this point in time. the fire believed to have started after a controlled b see some of the flames, send us pictures. tweet me. be careful of course. you don't want to put yourself in danger. >> kim: hundreds of people gathering for a vigil last night in honor of treenty gay. she's the daughter of that olympian tyson gay. this is at her high school where
her dad at one point the second fastest person on the planet. you see students, friends, family members lighting candles all in her memory. a lot of people wearing purple and pink, treenty's favorite colors. her dad thanking the crowd for their support. of our control. >> kim: three suspects have been identified in this case. they've been processed through the criminal justice system through video conference. apparently within the mix there a father son duo each charged with wanton endangerment.
releasing this video showing the destruction from an air strike on militant's facility near that iraqi city being held by isis forces there. the prime minister announcing the start of the offensive on mosel. two years ago isis took that city. many forces combining now to wrest this will city away stronghold for isis in this country. they also have a stronghold syria which is next door to i rook but they are trying to kick them out of this country as we speak. >> kim: throughout this hour and throughout the next hour, we are taking you live to the front lines of this war zone and richard has inside information headed your way on "the today show" this morning.
having two police officers taken out ambush style inside of a starbucks in california. that man is the one who almost made it happen. from what we understand he had assault style weapon, body armor according to witnesses and police officers and this happened on sunday night inside a starbucks where he had two police officers ambushed by a convicted felon, this 41-year-old mack. his name adam powel that's when police officers were able to respond. it's not clear what motivated him but we have indicators here because through the reporting up in northern california, they were able to find out that earlier in the day his two-year-old son accidentally shot himself and family members believe that powell wanted to be shot and killed by police in one of those murder by cop situations. >> dana: russia says it will
the temporary truce will enable militants to leave the city and get humanitarian aid in that city. many clubs caught in the bombings. >> kim: the white house announcing who president obama will have his final steak dinner with before he leaves the white house. an italian prime minister getting that and a performance by gwen stefani. kelly curran said she saw on facebook gwen stefani is coming back to "the voice" facebook a coach. we heard that president obama will be here in las vegas this weekend.
>> kelly: we are looking at slightly breezy conditions tomorrow minely along the colorado river valley. winds not what we saw over the weekend. a little lighter than that. getting into the upper 80's by saturday. >> kim: we were just talking about gwen stefani and "the voice." the current installation wrapped up just hours ago as far as the
of the celebrity judges get i've seen what can happen as the result of hate. my son matt was murdered in laramie, wyoming, in 1998. he was befriended by two men in a bar ed him a ride home, and when he was in their car, they robbed him and beat
him. they drove matt out to the prairie and tied him to a split-rail fence, then beat him some more and left him for dead. in the aftermath of matt's death, my family saw the best of america in the love and support we were shown. so when i see the hate that donald trump has brought to his campaign for president, it terrifies me. i'd like to punch him in the face, i'll tell ya. ahh, i don't know what i said,
miley had to choose one. the competition not over for carly. she s we know that blake's girlfriend coming back to be a judge next year. they are going to have five judges for the first time ever. >> dana: the clinton's put on a fundraiser in new york last night. power house performances. some people paid as little as $45 to attend.
inside and the roads you'll want to avoid over the next couple of days. >> kim: new images from last week's deadly police officer officer involved shooting here on a busy thorough fair. why police say they had no other choice but to >> dana: it is 6:00 on this terrific tuesday october 18. live pictures of the thomas and mack center. >> kim: rebels. rebels. >> dana: not tomorrow. >> kim: definitely not tomorrow night. they are calling it fight night. it's going to be in our own backyard live from the thomas and mack. hillary clinton and donald trump will meet for the final time before you go and vote. this morning we have a live