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? not even a rainy morning in rio can dampen the spirits of the casting crew of the "today show." >> our team joined the cast today this morning on the beautiful beach. nice setting the rio, once again, and reed, you really saw first hand that the show must go on. >> reporter: yes, co paw -- yes, co paw
holt and billy bush about why we need the message of the olympic game and hoda kotb said it best. we said at times in life, you gist get a feeling that you need hope and any time you can turn on the olympics and see a moment that will give you hope. there was some las vegas conversation. billy bush talked about what he loves about las vegas and letter holt reveals some of the ties you see on the national network news, they come from las vegas. take a >> usually like the bellagio guy. >> why not? >> dropped money at the maloof. >> good ties. maybe we can see some them. >> you probablery. >> las vegas ties featured on "nightly news." thank you. >> you got it. >> reporter: i think lester
dropitinthemall. let's talk about tonight. i can tell you over to the left is the swimming venue. it's a barnburner. screams and cheers, if they could raise the roof, they would be. the best swimmers go for gold. michael phelps will be back in the shot for gold number 23. he's in the 100-meter we'll go back to the beach where kerri walsh and april ross take on an italian team. will walsh made it number 25? you can find out tonight starting at 8:00 p.m. and then i hear a rumor that you have been keeping some late-night hours. did you get the pizza i ordered for you last night? >> must have gotten lost somewhere along the way.
reed? was that it? i'm sure our morning show friends -- >> reporter: it should be arriving in four hours. we'll. >> always good to see you. take care and we'll talk to you again soon. >> and don't forget, reed and chloe are posting so many more things on their social media pages. >> as we're about to head into the second week of the games, they will post video, photo all the air. you can head to news3lv.com or our facebook page for all things olympics. >> don't forget the viewers having quite the experience as well. you have to check out this photo gallery from sharon and david. they are getting to every event they can, from swimming, ten -- tennis and gymnastics.
click on olympics under the sports section of our website. it's the move a lot of people pushed for after watching the netflix series making a murderer. a federal judge has overturned brendan dassey's murder conviction. he's the nephew of the main defendant, steven avery. the federal judge ruled dassey's confession was coerced by detectives who pressured him without an attorney present and told him what they wanted him to say disability. dassey won't be released right away. prosecutors have 90 days to decide whether to retry him. a seaside resort town in thailand rocked by two more explosions this morning. the two blasts were heard in the upscale resort. a witness at the scene says at least three people were rounded in one of the explosions. the latest blast followed the explosions late last night that
others. tourists have been flocking there for a long-weekend celebration for the birthday of the queen. no motive known. the victims of a devastating explosion at an apartment in maryland are still trying to move on with their lives after losing everything but the community has reached out to help them in a very up expected way. suzanne kennedy has more. by the donations it's received in the last 36 hours, so much so they are asking people to give up their time to help sort and deliver these items to the impacted residents of. many of them remain at the long branch community center where he received more supplies to keep the shelter open through the weekend. thursday night, 57 people, two-thirds of the displaced residents, stayed at this
focus one on one with the family and how can we come together to help you with this crisis. >> reporter: the donations spill out of its office onto its side yard and people just keep coming. >> it's a community that doesn't have a lot to start with and they are given whatever they have. it's been amazing. >> these women saw news of the explosion and knew they had to reach out to help. >> honestly, i just felt so indulgent and thought i should do something for somebody else. >> i know i can help. >> reporter: instead of donating bottled water or canned goods, they are asking for monetary donations and those can be made to the montgomery housing foundation and the red cross. america's top doctor visited
pregnant women who live in the wynwood area of miami, where mosquitoes are transmitting the virus. this is a personal fight for the doctor. he's from miami and his wife is expect -- is expecting. he urged women to get rid of stagnant air and stay inside air conditioning. 28 non-tribal related cases have been confirmed in florida. this is our question of should congress come out of summer recess to vote on zika funding? head to news3lv.com to weigh in. still ahead -- a big scare for passengers on a cross-country flight. >> it was -- we just dropped like that without a warning. >> comparing the turbulence to a thrill ride at disneyland.
i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. letterman:"has a line of clothing, now where were these made?" trump: "these were made, i don't know where they're made. but they were made someplace. it's ties, shirts, cufflinks, everything sold at macy's and they're doing great.? letterman: ?where are the shirts made?? off-camera voice: ?bangladesh.? letterman: ?bangladesh.? trump: ?well, it's good. we employ people in bangladesh." letterman: ?ties? where are the ties made?" they have to work, too. these are beautiful ties. they are great ties. the ties are made in where? china? off-camera voice: ?china.? letterman: ?the ties are made in china."
24 people hospitalized after turbulence forced a jetblue flight to make an unexpected landing last night. >> it was so -- i don't even know how to explain it. almost like an elevator dropped like 50 floors. that's what it felt like. everybody starts screaming and flew up in the air. >> you heard that gut reaction from the reporter making that phone call. that plane was headed from boston to sacramento when it into bad weather and was diverted to south dakota. officials say 24 passengers were admitted to the hospital with various injuries. all were released this morning. passengers say this definitely was a scary ride. >> we just dropped like that without a warning and a few people were injured. i'm an emergency room nurse.
deal for everybody else. it was -- it was frightening. >> well, jetblue says passengers ended up getting on to another plane. 1 2 of them completed a trip landing in sacramento around 4:00 this morning. >> keep those seat belts on if you are in your seat. a bunch of flights took off from an airport in tokyo without any luggage. the belt conveyer system that delivers them to the ramp flights left without any checked bags. more than a dozen more had a few bags that made it through. the vietnam memorial in our nation's capital is engraved with more than 558,000 names. >> so powerful. so imagine the surprise for one guy who is very much alive when he found out his name is on the wall, too.
a double amputee. he was wounded in the war. a land mine took his legs and almost his life. >> it was sunday morning. january 22nd, 1967. okay. that's the worst day of my life. i could have been dead. >> it was a paperwork mistake. his name is etched in right there along names. he says it's a mistake he can live with. >> wow. okay. let's take a look at what's coming up on news 3 live at 7:00. the debate is on over what to call the professional hockey team that will call las vegas home. we take a closer look at the names that have been thrown out there before the puck drops. and a shoplifter is on the run after stealing hundreds of dollars worth of dresses from a store.
mini-accomplice. >> okay. let's take a look at the weather, where kevin janison, he does a show on his own. he will be doing the show this entire evening. >> aren't you gonna be with us past midnight? >> no mini-accomplices. >> unless you know something i don't. >> around here we like to call them interns. i didn't know if you had mini-accomplices. >> never a good sign when management is hanging out on friday night. let's get right to it. about. temperatures are ramping up. a few left over clouds. that's it from the moisture we've had. in fact, we can put a couple of our time lapses. you can see the shadows. maybe one or two more but with a drier air mass, we'll have fewer clouds. even scenes like this will be lessened by the lack of clouds expected.
at 9% with the relative humidity. next stop di and the 215. 12%. and up to the northwest, 101 and 9%. if you are heading out on this friday night, western edges and southern edges dipping in the 90s. still tripps everywhere else. it's a slow fall. boulder city coming in at 101. saturday. got you covered. a lot of sunshine. upper 80s by 8:00 a.m., lunchtime already in triple digits and we'll probably peak around 110 before pulling back. winds, i mean, there will be very little air movement tomorrow. we've had our share of breezes this week. that will not be the story tomorrow. doppler radar, plenty of action to the south again. we've been watching this and saying it's bubbling up. but the flow today has been from
continue to expand. that keeps us dry and heats us up. that's gonna be the story this weekend. 94 in reno at the moment. 89 in salt lake. if you are traveling this weekend, southern california in the upper 70s. reno flirting with 100. phoenix, 105. for southern nevada, 58 on the mountain. 78 in boulder city. high temperatures tomorrow afternoon, 81 on the mountain, 107 in pahrump. the lake checking in at 111. for the las vegas valley toni a clear sky. plenty of saturday sunshine and the temperature will be jumping. 109, the expected high temperature. your seven-day forecast as we look forward to the rest of the weekend, 110 on sunday and monday. we start pulling back on monday and then -- excuse me on tuesday and then the chance for thunderstorms with the humidity is on the increase. that humidity you will start to sense it, feel it, sweat it, wednesday. we have the chance for thunderstorms late in the week.
>> as long as it doesn't cause problems. >> i don't mind the humidity. i just don't want 110 with it. randy is here to talk olympics. there was another big shocker in rio this afternoon. >> yeah. one you don't want to see, especially when it's a u.s. team in the shocking games after a strong showing and group play, the soccer team, single elimination time and they w straight olympic gold medal. they would face sweden, a tough team. but a team that the u.s. was expected to beat. sweden 1-0, late in the second half. alex morgan ties it with 13 minutes to go. they go to penalty kicks. sweden's linda attempts. the attempt is blocked. that put a lot of pressure on
watch her come up big. she gets that one blocked. the u.s. missed another one. hope solo needed one more save. that one not saved. that's the shocker. team usa medalless this year. they lose, 4-3 on penalty kicks. the u.s. women's basketball team looking for their 6th straight gold medal still in group play. how abou down the jumper. then later, moore gets the steal. takes it up and in. she had 12 points, four assists, two steals. usa rolling. diana taurasi, 3-pointer. 81-51. one more game and then they will go to the elimination bracket. how about second round of the golf tournament.
yesterday. matt kutcher, top american. look at that shot. that's a nice eagle from bubba watson. he played much better. still 8 behind the leader from australia. thetop american is matt, 3-under par. the here's the current medal count. push country for the last three days. cubs taking on chicago. looking for the 11th straight win. they have a 13-game load lead over the cardinals, when the day began. kris bryant, rbi double. bryant comes in to score and then -- he's having a heck of a
he was 3 for 5. 1 straight wins for chicago and then get the job done. how about this -- update mountain team, winner goes to the championship. they are up 1-0. >> nice! >> hope they can close out the deal. >> all right. we'll
find out later. thank you. still ahead here for us tonight, a police officer and
temperatures it on saturday, 80s in the afternoon and then it rockets up from there. we're looking at 110 and 110 or hotter come sunday. that's your weekend forecast. we'll have more weather coming up. kelly will not be on tomorrow morning because it's saturday. but you can check out jerry brown, downtown jerry lady and gentleman? >> that's right. thank you. >> a minnesota police officer and his k-9 helped a lot of little boy find his way home. >> they were out on patrol when the aur and -- the officer and his k-9 saw the little.wandering around. he was pearing his pajamas. had no shoes.
taking the olympics by storm as they continue do rack up gold medals. how they are getting worldwide attention on a whole new level. a man is in disbelief after he walked into his central valley home to find a gruesome murder scene on his floor. >> the homeowner called police in a panic to tell them a woman he didn't recognize had been murdered inside his house i'm jim snyder. >> i'm marie mortera. investigators now trying to piece together who was behind this mysterious murder. antonio castelan has more. >> reporter: the murder suspect, 25-year-old amy santana, lives live -- jamie santana, lives at this house. there's no sign of him. they are looking for him.