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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
they are someone's mother, someone's brother, you know. it's just horrific. >> reporter: there were no children on the school bus. the driver, though, is one of those killed. at least ten people rushed to hospitals. >> injuries to facial bones, injuries to spines, spinal columns. >> reporter: two of the victims are in critical condition, as investigators, including agents from the ntsb, work to piece accident happened. jay gray, nbc news. well, the search for a missing 13-year-old boy has authorities focusing on a landfill in colorado. authorities say the child's mother and boyfriend originally said they gave the boy to a man who said he was going to take him fishing. policeern lanked that was a -- police learned that was a lie
landfill. one pipeline worker was killed in that massive explosion in birmingham. the explosion also badly burned five workers at the colonial pipeline company. investigators say crews were -- were works to fix a leak. the fire is contained. they are just letting it burn eye. this is so big. authorities are trying to figure out how much this one incident will impact the nation's gas supply. bill cosby back in court in pennsylvania. it's a pretrial hearing. this is all related to the sexual assault charges against brought on by andrea constand. she claims cosby gave her pills in 2005 and assaulted her at his home in philadelphia. cosby has pleaded not guilty. prosecutors asked the judge to
cosby in a signature fashion. the pretrial hearing is expected to last two days with another hearing set for december. we're a week out from knowing who will be the next president of the united states. donald trump was here on sunday. tomorrow, hillary clinton will be back in las vegas. she will hold a rally at the plumbers and pipe fitters training center. it's expected to start at 3:15. it's open to the public. on thursday, her be here to rally support. steve aoki will be performing at that rally. it will be at the cox pavilion. we have all of this information on the local page of news3lv.com. well, the presidential race likely to come down to the wire. you know, as polls tighten, the candidates are hitting each other where it hurts. we're talking about clinton's e-mails and trump's treatment of
washington. >> reporter: one week ago, hillary clinton looked like she was running away with the election. now new national polling shows that outcome no longer seems as certain. >> change is coming. the choice is yours. >> the guiding rule of the political class in washington, d.c. is that they are looking out only for themselves. >> reporter: donald trump is campaigning in the fib at the 11th thundershower will examine another batch of e-mails potentially related to hillary clinton's use of a private e-mail server as secretary of state. >> we just won't fairness. >> reporter: the clinton campaign of a double standard. gary johnson is piling onto the controversy, saying hillary clinton risks impeachment if elected. >> unquestionably, this will be the nation's agenda for the
>> reporter: the cnn poll shows clinton with a 4-.lead. but the abc news washington shows trump leading. in response, clinton is hitting trump where it hurts. >> when i come home and dinner is not ready, i go through the roof. >> reporter: the clinton campaign is rolling out this new ad while clinton is campaigning with a former universe, whom mr. trump allegedly piggy. scott mclean, news 3. getting younger voters to the polls is the big focus this campaign season. with that in mind, a group focusing on climate issues is trying to something different to try to attract that group. at early voting sites at unlv, csn charleston and csn, henderson, next-gen is bringing out voter support pets and
they say the efforts have helped clark county college campuses see a 25% increase in turnout from the last election. since he retired from tennis, we all know that andre agassi has focused on education. >> yes. and next at 6:30, the school that bears his name is launching a research project that employs really cool technology. and tonight we'll get our first look at the running
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in upstate new york. once it gets down to 30 rock, the tree will be decorated with more than 50,000 lights and crowned with a crystal star. the tree lighting will happen on november 30th. you can watch that right here on channel 3. for this next story, we had to call in the drumline. tana listen. tape -- take a listen. >> big announcement has jim snyder drumm preparatory academy. it's starting a research project. it helps kid develop solid reading skills. if that guy looks familiar to you, that's because it's carlos santana. kids play fun learning games using tablets and there are some big names. santana an his wife cindy are major supporters and are backing
>> what gives me the most supreme satisfaction is offering children an opportunity for their dreams to become tangible. >> bank of nevada donated half of the ipads to run the phonics program. the study starts this month. >> what a cool school. you can see andre agassi walking the hallways, carlos santana. let's give you a look at the stories coming up at 7:00. >> a man leads police on a high-speed chase in one of their own pro he broadcast it all live on facebook. where officers found the stolen cruiser. and with one week until election night, students who are too young to vote in this one weigh in on the race to the white house. those stories and any breaking news if it happens tonight at 7:00. well, news 3 is your weather authority. and kevin janison joins us with a look outside. people say times are changing.
we're gonna set the clocks back this weekend. great view from the strip there. our camera on top of the rio. we'll put the clouds in motion. we had plenty of them to get the day started. a couple waves going through, mainly from sunrise until about 9:30 a.m. and they were gone and we had plenty of afternoon sunshine. got the temperature up to about 72 for a high but some neighborhoods in the mid-70s. eastern charleston and hollywoo are at 68 degrees right now. jones, lake mead in the northwest, 63 and pecos and warm springs, green valley, 66 and no wind. at least not for the moment. do expect that to change. if your tuesday evening plans take you out, we have lower 60s around the edges of town. upper 50s out in the canyon and still the upper 60s can on the east side of town. pretty good range all over the las vegas valley. mountain is already down to 43.
64. as you map out our plans for tomorrow, a little on the cool side tomorrow. 70s lunchtime and mid-70s is where we'll plateau for a high in the afternoon. the difference tomorrow there will be a steady breeze. 10, 15. for a while we'll see a few gusts. here's this weak front we've been following all afternoon. it's showers up until sheep mountains and lincoln county had some wet roads. now it's moving toward the moapa valley to logandale and possibly mesquite. it's been fizzling as it's been moving to the southeast. but still, a couple drops in northeastern clark county. this front right here is gonna push on through and behind the front, that's where the winds are gonna pick up out of the north. we'll deal with that -- we'll
some gusts will be over 20 miles an hour. 51 in reason know. ely, they are always chilly, 38 right now. they are gonna get up to 56 tomorrow. 68 for a high in san francisco. phoenix looking at 82. for the las vegas valley, 30s on the mountain all the way down to 40 in pahrump. mid-40s in indian springs. high temperatures tomorrow afternoon, boulder city at 75. sandy valley coming in at 72 but mesquite, soaring to 77. the las vegas valleon we'll get a patch or two of clouds over the next hour, hour and a half and they are gone. those clouds might hang on in northeastern parts of the county. the breeze getting your attention. 10, 20 miles an hour. really 10, 15. but we'll get a few gusts at or above the 20-mile-an-hour threshold. with the sunshine, 76 big ones for your november 2nd high temperature and while we're on november, we're talking election day, setting the clocks back but
80. overnight lows around 60. we're in a holding pattern. if you are gonna be in a holding pattern in november, hold onto this. about 80 degrees for the daytime highs and 60 at night. tough to argue. >> i like this pattern. >> we'll try to bring it back in august andup. >> we would love that. amber dixon is love from the thomas & mack where the runnin' rebels are playing a game tonight. >> this is the first play since marvin menzies took over. >> reporter: it's an exciting time. there are so many unknowns. a new head coach and practically a new team. only three runnin' rebels returned. tipoff is at 7:00 p.m. now, last week we saw head coach marvin menzies get the rebels dancing on stage, feeling loose,
coach dave rice do so much of. some say menzies is making this team feel like a family. but will that chemistry, will that camaraderie translate onto the basketball court here tonight? marvin menzies is anxious to find out. >> we want to see who performs when the lights are on. we're gonna have the lights on. we'll have fans and, you know, officials and a little bit of pomp and circumstance i hope as well. it will f react. >> reporter: we'll have highlights at 11:00. they play one more game this friday at home before they open their season, november 11th against south alabama. that's also at home here at the thomas & mack center. november 11th is also when the lady rebels open their season, doing it at home against
con-- against concordia. nikki wheatley, junior guard. >> i think we'll surprise people. i think that not only with all of the returners and the talent, i think something we didn't have was the chemistry on the court. there were times it would be there. times it wouldn't. a lot of people commented on it. i think that's something we got into early. i think step to the finals. >> reporter: and finally, this evening, fight week is on. man nip pacquiao
pacquiao fights this weekend. and chicago at cleveland, chicago trails 3-2. but in this game, they are up 7-1 in the top of the 5th inning. kris bryant getting them on the board first with a solo shot to left center field in the top of the first. we'll have highlights tonight at 11:00. reporting live from the thomas & mack center, back to you. >> cubs bats have come alive for sure. a lot of people are saying they are just stressed out by this election. there's one spot that's created an interesting way for those frustrations. >> it takes good aim and good
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congressman heck voted 10 times to defund planned parenthood. he even threatened to shut down the government over it. heck took all that money from wall street and predatory payday lenders and voted their way. he even wanted to privatize social security, risking it on the stock market. congressman heck just doesn't care about people like us.
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your day started on your hump day. the breeze is blowing. we're expecting gusts around 50 miles an hour. don't worry. plenty of sunshine. kelly will keep you updated on "news 3 today." rockin' a.m. >> all right. so many people right now are stressed out about politics and the election. >> it's been nasty for sure. now a golf-driving range is offering a way to relieve some of that tension. targets of hillary clinton and donald trump in some rather unflattering poses.
hopes people can come and enjoy. >> one week. it will be all over soon. >> it's over for us at 6:30. thanks for having us in. coming up next, amazon is looking ahead for black friday. the deals you can take advantage of weeks before this shopping extravaganza. >> stay tuned for that. enjoy the evening and we'll for you back here >> have a great night. 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.
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check it out! >> and live from a patrol car, how this man got behind the wheel of a police cruiser and led police on a chase through town. hi, everybody. new details after a 28-year-old mother was left to die in a valley street. i'm reed cowan. >> i'm latoya silmon. the victim's mother is speaking out about her daughter's you will only see on news 3. >> reporter: it's right here where neighbors found 28-year-old moinee wade's lifeless body. the murder suspect, jevon hudson, told police that he was never here. detectives offered hudson a lie detector test but he declined the request. >> it's sad that a man could just kill a woman like that and leave her on the street. >> reporter: mary turner still can't believe her 28-year-old