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news 3's kelsey thomas is live at the county jail where this woman is being held. kelsey? >> reporter: well, police are saying that this woman should have never been driving that night. andrea corbani will sleep in a jail cell tonight. police say the night of the crash she was driving on a revoked driver's license. >> i heard the impact of the car. i don't know if it was the wall, but all of a sudden just like -- inside my head, inside my body. when the car hit me, i got dragged, thrown. >> reporter: the crash, so intense, so sudden, chris barela's girlfriend, ashley, never made it out. this father of two still banged up and bruised with broken bones. >> these ribs hurt bad. when i sit up -- >> reporter: he was blindsided six days ago when police say
road hitting them as they sat on a wall at charleston and las vegas boulevard. >> she's 40. she knows what she's not supposed to be doing. >> reporter: when the cops showed up, corbani put her keys in the ignition, telling them she had to leave. police say she admitted drinking yeager bombs at the palm's before the crash and pulled down her pants and peed in the patrol car. police say she should have never been on the road. her/100ths was revoked driver's license was revoked in june. she was arrested last year and pleaded no contest. >> crazy to know she's been through this before. that's the part that angers me. >> yesterday i was watching a movie and the boy and girl were dancing and me and her used to dance a lot. i started to cry a lot about
bail inside the county jail. she declined our request for a jailhouse interview but she's expected to be in court next tuesday. reporting live tonight, kelsey thomas, news 3. >> kelsey, thank you. this is jevon hudson. police say hudson shot his 28-year-old mistress in the head. she was found lying in the street near jones and alta. news 3's antonio castelan talked with the victim's mother. he joins us live with her story. she's engaged tonight, antonio. suspect was in a relationship with the victim for about a year. there's no motive behind this murder. according to the police report, when the suspect was talking to police, he made no admission to any wrongdoing. >> tuesday. i never see her again. >> reporter: mary turner will
saw her 28-year-old daughter, moinee wade. she said she went on a date with her boyfriend, jevon hudson. police say hudson shot wade on a street near alta and jones and took off. >> he didn't are have to do my baby the way he did her. he didn't have to do it. >> reporter: this arrest report said the two were involved in an extra-marital affair. according to the report, hudson told police on the shoot of the they got into an argument. >> goes on with his daily life. nothing like happened. >> reporter: moinee wade worked at the ellis island casino as a cocktail server. wade's mother said her daughter worked very hard to support her 2-year-old son. >> she was loving, funny, outgoing person. loved that baby dearly. >> reporter: police offered
reporting live, antonio castelan, news 3. >> thank you. police asking for help tonight tracking down a robbery suspect who hit a convenience store over the weekend on the west side of the valley. take a look at these photos. it happened sunday night in the area of flamingo and el capitan. the suspect entered the business, demanded money while simulating he had a gun. the suspect is a white man, about 5'7". anybody who can help police in this investigation is asked to call crimestoppers. los angeles was hit and killed here last night trying to cross sunset road near the airport. according to police, the driver of a toyota tacoma hit the woman standing or walking on sunset down mere bermuda. police say she was not in a parked crosswalk. the driver stayed at the scene and cooperated. we're learning more about the man critically injured when a car hit him last night. the 85-year-old was crossing outside of a marked crosswalk
an elderly driver hit him and stayed at the scene. time for a check of traffic on your tuesday evening. tom hawley is up in sky 3. >> reporter: yeah. we've heard about car-nado. people might remember when this ramp from 15 north to 95 north was constructed using a giant crane. well, now it's being torn apart to make way for a new bridge that has to be relocated as part it will take a while to get it apart. it's being dismentenled. we have a fender-bender on the boulder, 95 southbound on the inside lane. it's not a major problem but traffic is slowing down as people stop and we have a small accident which is on i-15 southbound. this one is just before you get to flamingo. it's on the right shoulder. again, not blocking travel lanes but people slowing. a couple of freeway fender-benders in addition to
>> thank you. if you are procrastinating on voting early, you only have until friday. so far, after ten days, more than 322,000 registered voters in clark county have voted. besides the race for president, the senate race between joe heck and catherine cortez could be the most important in the country on election night. it could very well determine which party controls the u.s. senate by taking the seat harry reid is giving up. joe heck today. >> good evening. we covered a lot of ground and i started with what's been in the news. clinton's e-mails. was the head of the fbi right in crop dropping a bombshell that has the potential of swinging the election. james comey offered no specifics. just said they found more e-mails and doesn't know if he are important. was comey correct or should he have waited until he knows what the e-mails are? >> it's interesting the
praised him in july. >> reporter: that's when comey said the clinton system was careless but not criminal. >> in july, i thought it might not have been the best decision, i didn't second guess him. he's the director. in this decision, i think he thought what he thought was best. >> reporter: in early october, heck did what he thought was best. >> grab him [bleep] do anything. >> reporter: after this tape caught trump using obscene language to talk about donald trump, nor can i vote for hillary clinton. >> reporter: heck dumped trump. but will he cast a ballot? is there a chance you will vote for the guy? we'll see what happens. we're working through it. but on november 8th i will have a decision. >> hello, nevada! >> reporter: over a weekend ago, the president came to town and said heck's divorce with trump, too late. what about his opponent? >> she continues to stand behind hillary clinton.
re-investigation for the use of a private e-mail server that jeopardized national security information. why isn't anyone asking catherine cortez why she is standing behind hillary clinton? >> reporter: the issue has rattled that race. as for his race, we met at campaign headquarters. the candidate working the phones. >> how are you? >> reporter: calling and thing aingto week. my interview ran more than 30 minutes. we touched on a whole range of topics. watch the complete interview at news3lv.com and i should mention i'm also working on getting a one-on-one with cortez masto. >> and cortez is getting union
culinary union are launching her canvass. they came out in support of her earlier this year. it has about 57,000 members. for firefighters putting out fires before they get out of control is critical. >> coming up, we'll get a look at a new tool. fresh eyes on the mountain to the help make that mountain. and a resolution tonight for world war ii veteran irene miller. she has a lot of hope. clark county is producing a few showers picked up by the doppler radar. not only that we have some wind, too. this scene shocking even for seasoned first responders. the latest on this horrific crash of a school bus and city bus. >> that's coming up at 6:30.
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a new guardian for the mountain designed to make sure future fires get snuffed out quickly. news 3's sergio avila shows us the fresh set of eyes keeping watch. >> reporter: this camera was installed to give fire crews and upper hand on potentially devastating fires. >> my god, this is a great view of the las vegas valley. >> reporter: dr. graham kent is the director of the nevada seismological lab inen aside from keeping tabs on earthquake danger, his office is in charge of setting up fire cameras. a large network have been installed across northern nevada. they capture the real-time moments when a fire explodes into a dangerous swigs. >> you want to hammer the fire right away. >> reporter: the carpenter fire caused more than $20 million to put out.
reduced for the $30,000 investment in one of these cameras. knowing how and where to attack a fire saves property major money and can also save lives. >> the price in fire, when you make a mistake costs more money than it would ever take to deploy cameras throughout nevada and run them for the next 50 years. >> reporter: all of the cameras across nevada can be accessed online. you at home can act as a spotter for a potentially >> if a lightning start as fire up at mount charleston, you will see the first puff of smoke. >> reporter: the eye on the mountain gives firefighters an edge up. kent says the technology has already proven successful by helping to slow down 107 fires in eastern california and northern nevada. using the latest technology to keep an eye on our brett -- breath-taking landscape. they would like to put up three
fully protected. if you would like to see what that camera sees in realtime, you can visit our website at news3lv.com. sergio avila, news 3. news 3 is your weather authority. kevin janison joins us to tell us that, you know, it might have felt cool today. but if you compare it to last year -- >> we've been on a roll. october, early november and october will go down a we're seeing a little bit of a trend. take the highs and lows, averages out to 79.39. that's 4.5-degrees above normal. and the trend is one of the five warmest weathers. you sense the trend rolling along. we've been talking about that, how the old days it used to get
starting out november with a whole bunch of clouds. but that parade of clouds took until about 9:30, 10:00 until they moved through the las vegas valley. pushed off to the east. those clouds, gone. now we're focusing what's coming down from the north, a few clouds and maybe some sprinkles. southern nevada, 32 degrees. not much in the wind category. maryland parkway, 68. and hyde park, they are 66 degrees. so just about the entire valley dipping in the 60s right now. got a couple of 68s on the east side. it coombs as you move westward and southward. everybody is talking about going outside, 52s, 51. that qualifies for cool because we had a mild october. mountains are fluctuating between 40, 41. mccarran, the top temperature, 72.
half a dozen below normal. we start out november pretty much the way we ran through october. air quality, nice. clean. pollen is absent. that's the category it's coming in. 50s will be your hump day start. mid- to upper 60s at lunchtime. we're going for the mid-70s. there will be a steady breeze. 10, 15 with gusts that will, seed 20. breezy, noticeable. we're watching t coming through that's gonna be responsible for the winds. a couple of areas of light showers to the north of las vegas valley. indian springs could get a couple of sprinkles in the next few minutes. but if that, that would be it. the action a little more significant as you go to the eastern parts of the county. maybe a couple of light showers in the moapa valley, overton, and they will zip out.
north. we're setting the table for what should be a nice streak of weather. mountain going down to the 30s. 52 in mesquite. high temperatures tomorrow, boulder city at 75. 82 in laughlin and 71 in indian springs. for the las vegas valley tonight, got a few clouds this evening, going down to 56. skies are clear. that breeze picks up late. but generally, 5, 15. it increases tomorrow. i think it will be steady, 10, 15, 10, 20. we'll get some gusts over 20 miles an tomorrow and hang on, you are looking at your first week in november. 80 degrees, give or take all the way into the early stages of next week. and remember the sun will be going down about 4:30. i'm against that, personally. >> and you have an election day forecast. >> there will be no excuse meteorologically not to vote. >> thank you. coming up -- a deadly gas
what may have caused this blast that shook the ground for miles. and the latest round of obamacare enrollment gets underway. the premium increases facing people in need of health insurance. we've learned a lot about how joe heck works. follow the money. he called nevada's foreclosure crisis a "blip" and took almost $700,000 from wall street, including some of the same banks who caused the crisis. and then there's money he's taken from payday lenders who charge 521% interest. heck co-sponsored legislation protecting their predatory practices. add it all up, and joe heck is working for corporate special interests. and that doesn't work
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open enrollment is now underway for people who get health insurance through their jobs and thoseho more than 88,000 nevadans got health insurance through the affordable care act last year. many facing a price hike. shopping around for a new healthcare plan could keep your premiums down. we spoke with brett leavitt, he says open enrollment is the time to bargain shop even though that new plan won't kick in until january. >> a lot of people think that they know they will have coverage starting december. that's not the case.
after december 15th if you enroll december 16th, the coverage will start february 1st. >> and he also says there are some changes to specific health networks under certain plans. you want to make sure that you know everything that you need to know about the doctors available and such when you are shopping around. we have an update on the story of a local veteran that a lot of you have contacted us about. >> she's on your radar screen. she faced eviction because of a debt to the depart the va just telling news 3 irene miller's financial case has been resolved. she will not be leaving her home. the va stopped paying her her pension because the agency said she's been overpaid more than $26,000 out of her late husband's federal benefits. miller said she didn't report it because she wasn't sure who she should call. irene is glad she has a roof over her head and we're glad,
next -- when both hillary and bill clinton will make last-minute visits to southern nevada to try to swing our battleground straight in her favor. unique ways of getting people out to vote. the group of voters these poll puppies are targeting -- coming up on news 3 live at 6:30. with all of the shenanigans danny tarkanian's pulled in nevada -- helping set up fake charities used to scam nevada seniors, failing to pay thousands in property taxes, losing $17 million in a failed development scheme,
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welcome back. well, this is a horrific scene. it happened outside of baltimore earlier this morning. as you see right there, it's a school bus. it crashed into a mustang and then a city bus. >> five people on that city bus were killed along with the driver of the school bus that did not have any students on board at the time. here's jay gray. >> reporter: the violent crash happened just before sunrise. bomb exploded in the bus. catastrophic damage. >> reporter: twisted it metal and shattered glass litter this road where a metro bus and school bus collided. >> once the school bus struck the mustang, it continued eastbound and struck the pillar at the cemetery and continued eastbound where it went into oncoming traffic and struck an mta bus. >> reporter: six died in the accident. >> these people were on their