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the first smile that's come out of me. >> dana: back in custody. this man was able to escape on friday here in the valley. they found him last night. we'll tell you where coming up. >> kim: also confession, the man on the left confessing to killing the young man on the right more than three decades ago. the story captivated the country. we have a big update headed your way this >> dana: good morning. happy hump day. the sun will be up in a little more than an hour from now on this wednesday september 7 as we scan the las vegas strip. >> kim: come on, bring your a game. there is a new cirque de soleil show in brook lin. we're going to have to get that here in town because we want everyone to come spend their dollars in our fine city.
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so it's not just going to be in brooklyn it's going to go across the country. >> kim: we're the wagners. as we show off the rest of the team. kelly in the weather center and tom in the traffic department, we're talking about the candidates and who has the better plane but we have the better city and we're going in depth in that in a moment. k fantastic, especially when you compare it to the crazy hot summer we had to deal with. temperatures right now in the upper 60's and low 70's. by 8:00 a.m. 84-degrees. 94 at noon and 98 is our expected high. the triple digits are on their way back. we'll talk about when they get here and how long they last coming up. >> tom: the roads not bad. we had an accident.
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about five minutes ago but i just noticed they are clear so good news there. this just cleared within the last five minutes so good news on the roads as we travel around into the bowl. that journey takes about 11 minutes. all freeway routes are clear right now. >> dana: the murder suspect who escaped from police custody on friday is back behind bars this morning. the arrest kendall joins us live with the details. >> reporter: the manhunt finally over. he is back in police custody , this murder suspect. initially he was on the radar taken into custody by the task force without a struggle after
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31-year-old man. happened on august 27 after robinson allegedly did not hold open a door for a woman at a mcdonald's. he was arrested friday but broke out of his handcuffs when he was alone in the interrogation room. the family got news late last night that he was back in police custody. they are relieved but still have questions. we spoke with the sister of the victim just after she got the news. >> torture, just pain. it just hurts so bad knowing that the person that murdered my brother might get away with it. having that feeling is something that i hope no one has to feel. knowing he's caught -- i haven't smiled since i heard my brother pass and this is the first smile
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the police and f.b.i. for getting this suspect back into custody for the alleged murder of her loved one. she does have questions about how he was able to escape in the first place. we'll stay on top of that and bring you that. >> kim: what a welcome update. this story has captured the attention of the entire community. everyone has been talking about it. thank you for that live report. metro right now looking for whoever is responsib deadly double shooting. this takes us to the northwest section of town happening about 6:00 last night in this apartment complex parking lot. local officers say they found two men with gunshot wounds, both victims were rushed to umc where we got word they later passed away. right now they are looking for multiple people involved in this
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we're talking about a double deadly shooting, please call that hot line number on your screen. whether every you dial that number, you can remain anonymous. >> french fries started a fire at a local apartment complex. 20 people without a home this morning. it started about 7 hours ago. the owner of the apartment complex says a french fries, investigators say she walked away from the fries and forgot about them. fire crews telling those in the area to get away from the building. they found asbestos inside there. no reports of any injuries from the fire. >> kim: a big update. you aring looing at the man who just confessed to being a killer confessing to the abduction of that young man only 11 years old
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he had been missing since 1989. now that man telling authorities recently where to find jacob's body. it was yesterday that he went in depth detailing what happened almost three decades ago. as part of his confession he struck a deal where he was telling authorities where to find jacob's body informal exchange they want to put this whole oral behind him so he tied to child pornography charges. >> dana: paul anthony pled guilty to 11 charges yesterday. this plea deal with spare his life but he will spend rest of his life behind bars. why did he shoot that t.s.a. agent. court documents including a note
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airport security checks. he said t.s.a. agents pretend that every american is a terrorist. >> kim: we now have live pictures of the brooklyn bridge on your screen. not far from this location they are going to have a new cirque de soleil show that people will be packing the house for. we'll give you what it looks like. we'll let you know fits ever going the come to las vegas. the u.s. open under way in new york city and it's providing really memorable moments, not exactly the play on the court but stuff like this. we're going to take you there ahead. >> dana: we can't wait for this
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vault. we know about nellis air force base but do you know how it started? >> kim: a three day week send beneficial for your health. we now have medical doctors twenty five thousand jobs. that's how many jobs nevada's created in clean energy. that's how many nevada jobs joe heck puts at risk... when he votes big oil's way. joe heck's taken hundreds of thousands in big oil money... and voted their way...
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>> what we know today is nellis air force abase is celebrating it's 75th anniversary. when the apartment complexmy was gunners las vegas had a population of 9,000. butted the other advantages. >> 362 days of sunshine and days they could set aside for a range. >> administrator of the clark county museum opened a new exhibit about what was called the las vegas gunnery school. >> what that meant was they were training the people who were
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the machine guns. >> there are plenty of artifacts. >> they brought in ronald reagan. >> and here they are gunners at one of america's three gunnery schools. >> it was the first flexible gunnery school, not the only one. >> that meant moving targets from moving the old rail beds for those tracks still exist today as a isries of berms in the valley. where the training progresses are mountains visible in the background. >> eager and anxious to get the feel of actual combat and here in air to air shooting they get it. >> the gunnery school made the cover of life magazine. after the war ended it closed but with the influence in washington of powerful nevada
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new life. >> opened at the las vegas air force base and was renamed for bill nellis a wile who was killed in the battle of the bulge. >> there is a thumbnail sketch of the gunnery school. to see the exhibit in person stop by on boulder highway. only $2 and includes everything else. we've got a link on >> kim: you have the what i at the henderson airport they have the world war ii trip so you can make an afternoon of it. president obama and the big announcement. a $90 million program to clear a bunch of unexploded bombs from the country of louse. he toured a rehabilitation center this morning.
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obligation to work to prevent more blood shed from the remnants of the vietnam war. the u.s. turned louse into history's most heavily bombed country dropping ordinates in a covert chapter of the war. >> these have taken lives of farmers working in fields, traders, children playing metal balls could be turned into a toy. for the people this is about the ability to make a good living. >> i almost didn't believe what i was seeing yesterday. it is all too true. we shared this information. 80 million unexploded bombs still remain. president obama saying these explosives either killed or wounded an estimated 20,000
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that's an education for a lot of us. >> dana: we heard 80 million unexploded bombs we didn't believe it. we went to the internet and found out it's true. a tourist destination but it was anything but fun yesterday as hurricane newton moved through with 90-mile per hour winds, heavy rain up to 1 inches knocking out power in some locations. if you a live there worse. now it's headed to arizona and new mexico as they brace for the remnants of this hurricane. >> kim: we have a for profit college in the news shutting its doors amid questions over how it operates. it's i.t.t. tech. you've seen the commercials over throughout the years.
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closures and result in the loss of 8,000 jobs. i.t.t. accused the federal government of forcing it to shut down after barring students from using federal loans to pay for classes. i.t.t. has been under the recar over recruiting tactics, lending practices and job placement figures. it's now on full display as far as what was going on according to the feder said i.t.t. has not been in compliance with accreditation twice this year. for profit schools like this one pray on students who rely on loans and other aid so they can attend. >> dana: this is affecting 800 students here. >> tom: i had seen the commercials but i didn't know they were in the valley. on the inbound commute looks
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data flow information calculating the travel times and everything looks good. inbound from the west side of town by the 95, that's a 10 minute drive. no delays whatsoever. we have new closure and that is the martin luther king boulevard ramp that closed down and will remain closed to mid november. while that is happening you have to use an alternate route to get >> kelly: r. >> kelly: we're taking a lime lapse look to start out. there is the sunrise, gorgeous start to the day. as we set this in motion it's a lot of blue sky out there. a little bit of haze out there,
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wildfires burning in california. as the sun went down clear skiesment today as we look to the south and east you are going to see clouds off in the distance to start. those are the leading edge of the clouds associated with hurricane newton or the remnants of hurricane newton as it impacts arizona and new mexico today. temperatures heading out the door north las vegas 66. southeast you are coming in at 70. summerlin 69. here is a look at the storm. there is the rain in mainly light activity but thunderstorms embedded in there as well. flash flood watches in effect for arizona and new mexico. for us high and dry. maybe just a few high thin clouds is it. 98 is our expected high today. tonight 77 with mostly clear skies. our seven-day forecast, the triple digits are coming back friday through the weekend. 101 on saturday. cooler breezy conditions moving in next week.
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hang out with us. let's go live to new york city where jane king is standing by. everyone knows that man transgender students but that phrase has been on hiatus for a while. >> they were not out front and center with it. they are reviving that and going to push it with the big social media it has been on hiatus for nine years. it's want to get away island. ask users to share embarrassing moments for a chance to score a free vacation. >> kim: some of those embarrassing moments could be when they were on a southwest
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a three day weekend but there is proof. >> there is consensus. some psychology say workers would be more productive if we had a four day work week. once you are past peek performance level you we could probably get the same amount done in four days versus five days. >> kim: we start the program at 4:30 and sometimes by the 9:30 cut in i forget my name i've been concentrating too long. i don't ever forget yours. >> dana: you got to watch this one. this is an ouch moment.
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u.s. open catching the ball boy in the wrong spot here. >> kim: that is an ouch. >> debbie: he hears the public reaction to this one. he goes are you ok. and the ball boy said i'm ok. i'm fine. >> kim: the hazards of the job. we take you to the u.s. open for this one but it's difre nature. it was still unexpected but it was cool. one handed catch. you are seeing that. here we go. this is tradition that they start swatting the balls into the stands and they are autographed many of them. this is caroline wozniacki her big forehand and that big catch from the woman in yellow. it's so cool it was unhanded too. it's like she's a pro. she's done this a million times. her reaction priceless.
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taking home that souvenir. >> dana: she catches like a girl which is a great thing. tonight the commander in chief forum live from new york. this is the intrepid museum there. matt lauer will host this with active questions. this happens tonight. theme southern high lands blaming blasts from a construction project for damage to their homes. now hear why the county commissioner says crews can't be to blame for this one. >> kim: colin kaepernick causing controversy because he's refusing to stand for our national anthem. something associated with that
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>> kelly: temperatures this morning fantastic. nice clear skies and light winds. pahrump you are coming in at 64. boulder city 74. as we head into the afternoon temperatures will be warming up mid and upper 80's across much of the area. a lot of sunshine but we're going to see quite a bit of rain to our south and east. >> kim: we know that heat because he kneels or sits on the bench when it comes to our national anthem. his jersey is the number one seller in america. he says he's not anti-american just trying to show there is racial injustice in the united
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charity. >> kim: this kid isn't even old enough to drive but he's started college. something special going on with this kid. we'll share it ahead. >> kelly: we're talking about
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hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. bob kidder, owner, new england shirt company: this factory has been here since eighteen eighty-three. we have over sixty people here making shirts labled made in america. but donald trump's brand of shirts come from china, his suits from mexico, his coats from india. trump's products there's no place in america that he can make them. well there is. you know donald trump says he'll make america great again while
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>> debbie: good morning. >> kim: as we welcome you into the broadcast, we're the wagners. we look forward to checking in with michelle and a live report this morning.
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the twin towers come down on september southeast said i'm going to join the military some day and he did it. >> dana: and that decision cost him his life in action. >> tom: unfortunately we have an accident. just to the north of blue diamond road. watch out travel is great on the freeways right now. everything is running well except for the inbound 215 and that's a little busy because of all the work. everything else looks good. let's check in with with kelly for a look at weather. >> kelly: remnants of hurricane newton staying to our south.
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today. temperatures in the upper sixth and low 70's. 98 is our high at 3:00. 96 as you are coming home from work at 6:00 this evening. we'll talk more about anytime 10 minutes. >> dana: jury selection begins for two of bundy's sons. they face federal conspiracy charges. the exercising their first amendment rights and second amendment rights. five others standing trial. prosecutors dropped charges for an eighth suspect saying he was at the standoff covering the event as a journalist. >> a big local story we're hearing from clark county commissioner and she says that crews using proper procedure when it comes to that blasting
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she is convinced they are using procedures that are safe when it comes to the detonations but people who live near the site are upset telling us that they started noticing cracks in the foundation of their homes not long after the blasting started. she's going to continue to listen to any concerns from those neighbors. >> dana: clinton and trump appearing at a special military town hall forum see here on channel 3. never been held before. this is not a debate. the candidates will appear in separate segments discussing national security, military affairs, veterans issues. questions will come from the audience filled with active duty military and veterans as well. matt lauer will moderate this thing. it's going to be held on the western shores of manhattan tonight. you can watch it starting at
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>> kim: a local group is looking to send support to troops overseas and you can help. >> michelle: this is so important to our heart. this is the fourth annual. they are we're at the sam's club and we have a really important thing going on today. this is an event we've done for the last four years because of this woman whose face is familiar to our news 3 viewers. this is a gold star mom. her son died five years ago, isn't that hard to believe. i interviewed her back in 2011 after doug, her son was killed
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before he was to come home for good. you did not want your son to die in vain, have you done so much to support our military. >> this is about care packages for our men and woman who are deployed. we need to raise $20,000 and 20,000 items. it's been such a success. this is everything they need. they can go on our request anything they wan and we'll send them whatever they need. >> the military members can go on the website and request what they want. >> they can go on the website and donate and request a custom made bag as well. >> michelle: what we're doing today in collaboration with 94.1 is asking throughout the day to come to two different sam's
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you can go inside and pick up an item and donate or donate money. $20,000, 20,000 items is what we hope to gather and on sunday you're going to stuff 1,000 to 2,000 care packages and all of them are going to be sent to the military members who are still overseas away from their families. >> dana: local olympian connor fields honoring for the second time. >> declaring today connor fields day in clark county.
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vegas strip. >> dana: the racing champ honored at their weekly meeting. he has a key to the city of henderson although we don't know what either key will open. >> kim: young college student, you'll see how young we're talkingment how did highway chief this great stature at such a young age?
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>> kim: there is a student from indonesia starting college and he's only 12. is registrar of admissions said his application was so impressive he couldn't believe he was only 12 years old. he learned english watching comedy movies. he along w moved to canada this week. the boy says the biggest challenge is just adjusting to the new college culture. >> dana: kid is in your class he gets an a and you get a b. >> tom: that's the story of my life. we've got one fender bender to the far southwest part of the valley. that's the only accident right now. let's cruise up i15 and crews into the bowl where everything
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just a little slow southbound is your only real problem. >> kelly: as you are heading out the door, it's going to be another cool one. temperatures in the 60's in many locations. for the kids on their way to school this morning once the sun comes up 80 there and 90 on the way back. >> dana: live pictures out of boston and the nation's first and oldest on september 14. sally snowman is the last resident keeper. she's going to help with celebration 300 years of age. >> kim: she's busy this morning with fog. >> dana: we're going to tell you why greta van suspected
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i'm catherine cortez masto and i approve this message. four y years ago i was diagnosd with breast cancer but early treatment saved my life. so i'm really outraged that joe heck voted ten times to defund planned parenthood which thousands of nevada women depend on for cancer screenings. congressman heck even threatened to shut down the federal government to eliminate funding for planned parenthood.
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>> two people taken into custody. this coming into the newsroom in connection to a terror investigation. we have learned is under way right now. these are pictures you are look at from social media. a car was found with 7 gas canisters inside, six of them were filled.
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string of islamic state attacks and threats against landmarks. >> dana: fur the parent of a small child they hate to get shots so they turn to the mist. the cdc recommend your child not get the mist this year instead they have to get everyone six months or older should be vaccinated by this october. >> a bill aimed at combating the zika virus failed to get past the united states senate. didn't get the 60 votes needed to end debate on this issue. here is the deal. the zika bill is attached to next year's military
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spending plan. republicans doing the bill by adding provisions at blocking funding for planned parenthood and allowing the confederate battle flag to fly at veteran cemeteries. this is the third time the bill has failed in the senate. they are considering adding funding to a short term spending bill. >> dana: another major shake up at fox news which one of the talents leaving the network. 14 year fox veteran taking to facebook saying fox has not felt like home to me for a few years. she was unhappy with how roger ails ran the network. he step down in july after becoming embroiled in a sexual harassment scandal. grippen carlson received a $20 million settlement.
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check out the scene. this played out the other day. a deadly shoot out on their streets. three people were in that vehicle on the run and they believe it started with a bank robbery. several cars blocking the s.u.v. from turning on to the onramp. you see where it ends and you see shots fired going through the windshield. two suspects did take off on foot. when the vehicle comes to a stop, everything ends here at this location. but during an attempt to stop he was fatally shot by police. >> officers say the driver of the vehicle was shooting at them first. >> we talk dramatically displayed there. we see chases here and hopefully won't see anything like that. watch out for that one. said to possibly have serious
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you'll note heading south takes a couple of minutes longer than heading north. >> look at the picture are getting the sandbags ready. now that rain has arrived. have you flash flood watches in effect for parts of southern arizona as well as new mexico. the rain hitting there now. for us we're not going to see the impacts from this storm. the most we're going to get out
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their way through. i want to start out locally with the lake mead marina camera. we saw boats going in and out yesterday especially around the noon hour. here is a look at the temperatures. something is wrong with that. we'll look at that later. summerlin 69. paradise 71. nellis 67. cool temperatures to start the day. we'll need maybe a light jacket as you head out the door but you wo n expected to top out in the upper 90's. here is the rain in new mexico and arizona. bulk of the activity staying to the south of phoenix. tucson expected to get hit the hardest as the storm tracks to the east, northeast. there is that leading edge of the clouds. the farthest north the storms will get is interstate 40.
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99. primm 98 for your expected high. pahrump 61. today in las vegas 98. triple digits on the way. saturdays 101 but cooler next week. >> kim: still to come a date has been set for the sexual assault case concerning bill cosby. this is a criminal case and we have details headed your way in the water cooler. >> dana: another relationship bites the dust. we're going to tell you why
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check it out. that was the theme song during the olympics here on channel 3. that performance earning the 14-year-old a standing earlier in the season she earned a golden buzzer. find out if she makes it into the finals tonight here on channel 3. >> dana: simon biles has a crush on zac efron. we knew that. she also has a crush on channing tatum. >> we got you something.
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>> dana: she had no idea channing would be holding all those medals on a pedestal. she gave him a big hug on the ellen show. we have pictures on the two together. tatum's dancers for the up coming show magic mike live getting in on the fun as well. calling it quits. the two have been dating for three months. the split was amicable. what is with this taylor swift gallon. she has a new boyfriend every three months. >> kim: we've known her since she was three months old we've been part of her dating life. >> dana: a judge set a trial date in the sexual assault case
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nine months from now this. case involves accusations by an employ of temple university when she said cosby drugged her and sexually assaulted her dozens of women have accused bill cosby of doing the same exact thing to them. cosby has denied all of the allegations but he is in his late 70's now. he's fairly feeble when we see him walking to court. he needs the else to get him inside the courtrooms. >> kim: we've seen a lot of this. this is a water cooler story. it has to do with edible marijuana and look at that. it looks like candy. that is a part of what is being discussed as far as moving forward with edible marijuana. is this the right thing to be doing? could kids get their hands on this? the anxious is yes and we're
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>> kim: that span back behind bars. where police found him and how the family is reacting. >> dana: fire investigation
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think french fries are to blame. we'll tell you how plus -- >> after almost 27 years danny was willing to talk. >> devastating answers about what happened to that little boy almost three decades ago. now we know what is next for that man who confessed. >> dana: 6:00 on this wednesday. the dawn glow has arrived. taking a live look at the fabulous las vegas strip where we have numerous cirque de soleil shows on the strip. there is a new one we're talking about this morning and it's not in our fine city. we have details in a little while. we're the wagners. >> dana: traffic and weather every 10 minutes. kelly is in the werth center.


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