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>> kelly: it is going to feel like summer today. don't get the boots and sweaters out just yet. we're looking at hots of sunshine to get things started. 84 by 9:00 a.m. 94 by noon. triple digits in the forecast today but a big change in temperatures tomorrow. also chances for rain in the forecast. we're going to get into that coming up. downtown area. fire department on scene of a residential fire. down to the far south it's back to work here at the airport. this works takes place sunday through friday so watch out for the overnight restrictions. they should be lifting up the barrels right now. this is not affecting things into the connector.
overnight you can use windmill instead. >> happening today vince nail nl accused of battery expected in >> he's cued of grabbing a woman's hair from behind and pulling her to the ground. it's a story that was in headlines since april. there was bystander video provided to the celebrity website tmz.com and shows
before police arrived. cage is not accused in this incident but he had been hanging out with vince when all this went down. the incident happened in april. it was around 5:30 in the evening. it was a thursday and this was outside the aria resort. he was sited on suspicion of misdemeanor battery. in june he appeared through his attorney and i had a chance to talk with him that the court appears. he says he is investigating the allegation and evidence and urged the public not to prejudge the situation. we understand morning he will be in court as this case moves forward. maybe they'll set a trial date.
report what lapse. >> a device exploded early this morning as a bomb squad robot examined this backpack appearing to contain a pipe bomb found near a new jersey transit station. the explosion in elizabeth new jersey was not part of the controlled detonation. it was an accident. it exploded trying to cut wires and disarm it. this was one of five inside the backpack. the backpack was found anyway garbage can who thought it might contain valuables. they got it and took it and sawed the wires and a weird device so they called authorities immediately. this is the second explosion in new jersey since saturday morning.
and the rest of the country on edge. these are live pictures. this investigation going all over night and into the morning and still happening now. they are focusing on an apartment and a business in that area and you can see atf is there, local police and authorities because this is not the first explosion unfortunately. that happened over the weekend. people in the new york area very muh >> absolutely. authorities in new york have named a person wanted for questioning after the explosion saturday night and the discovery of a secondary device. official versus named him as someone they'd like to question. the explosion happened between 23rd street between sixth and
at least 29 people injured but fortunely no one killed. bomb squad found and disposed of a secondary twice. the act was intentional but remains unclear if it is related to terrorism. security stepped up outside of the united nations building in new york city following that explosion. leaders from around the world descending on new york today for that united assembly. security tight and tension high as police officers patrolling outside the building, barricades set up and a lot of officers are wearing bullet proof vests. they are not taking any chances. >> tensions are high across the country because minnesota police are continuing to investigate a stabbing inside a mall as an act
they plan to execute a search warrant for a second apartment there. investigators are working to determine a motive for the attack. >> a man is dead after a shooting in north las vegas this morning. when officers arrived on the scene they found a man with a gunshot wound take on the umc where he died. police don't have much to go on at this point but say a small blue pickup may have been involved in the shooting and it does not appear to be random. they are asking anyone with information to call crime stoppers. you can remain anonymous. >> metro is searching for the driver of a mini van involved
just north of downtown near rancho high school. police and witnesses say the mini van ran a stop sign and hit a 56-year-old name phillip porter and then took off. porter suffered critical injuries. police have photos of the impact. the van takes off. it shows the hit and run vehicle as an older mini van with blue metallic paint and because of this side it will have left side damage and broken left side passenger window. if you see a mini van with a messed up left side call authorities immediately. >> a frightening situation in arizona when a small plane crashes into a house. there it is. that plane going down straight into a house.
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from the sky and hitting a house. it happened saturday evening. the plane's four passengers bailed out of the plane. they landed safely. the pilot who is also a sky diver jumped later and landed in a field about a half a mile from the crash site. he was burned but nonlife threatening injuries. the people inside the home, they
circumstances considering what happened here. the cause of that crash still under investigation. >> nobody was injured when a plane went off the runway at denver international airport. flight 296 bound for reno was taxiing around 7:00 last night when the brakes failed sending the aircraft on to the grass. the pilot used an emergency reveres maneuver plane from going into a mesh ditch. pass juniors were boarded on to a second flight and made their way to reno. >> three people in central florida are recovering after they were attacked by sharks. all the shark bites happened in the same area just south of the
lane. overall travel times rubbing in the green. no major delays on the freeways but some surface street problems. >> kelly: weather-wise it's going to be a little bit interesting. we've been quiet for so long and now things are finally going to get active here. this is from yesterday where we had quite a few boats going in and out so people enjoying this it's going to feel like summer today. summer inn 72, paradise 73. a little warmer than it was last week. remember last week we were in the 60's in the morning. this morning warmer. you're going to notice the difference. as the sun comes up we're going to see a lot of sunshine in the area. we have showers starting to make their way into san diego. these are ahead of hurricane
it's going to track to the north anted hook to the east crossing over the baha peninsula and bringing moisture into our area, chance fors showers and as it collides with another system more rain possible later in the week. today dry, mostly sunny skies. 100-degrees. i think this is it. tonight increasing clouds, increasing humidity, low 76-degrees. chance ofwe midnight tonight and the wind will be picking up as well. look at the change in temperatures between today and tomorrow. 86 tomorrow. mostly cloudy skies. the chance for showers. more showers possible wednesday afternoon and more thursday. thursday we're going to have to deal with winds kicking up and so much colder air blowing in. friday morning we're talking a
>> a las vegas based airline getting heat from experts and passengers and one state saying no to new stores. for more we'll bring in jane king on this monday morning live from new york. >> faa allegen't [indiscernible] experts told the paper that was outside of industry norms and not a good track record. >> thank you for that. let's move to this. we said yes to tesla.
>> michigan barred tesla from opening stores in the state. the big three auto makers all are based in michigan. they had a big push to keep tesla out. this panel of administrative law examiners rejected it and said they need dealerships to sell in the state of michigan. >> let's go back to class. apparently campus bookstores are past. >> that stinks. i loved going to the campus bookstore. amazon has created relationships with universities for students to purchase the page and have it delivered. in the campus store where the textbooks used to be. there are adult coloring books, racks of spirited wear and
amazon receive 2% of sales from the retailer can add up to a million dollars so a lot of universities are doing that. >> switching up the way we do things. sign of the times. always great to have you. we'll see you again tomorrow. have a great monday. >> how did this happen? this is a car on the roof of a house. it happened in china. they had to remove this car from the roof of the house crane. how did it get up there? it happened in a village and the driver tried to back uphill along a narrow mountain street just off the pavement and at the sime height it was roof of aborning low. it was separated by only a courtyard wall. hath driver backed up too fast auntliest road and landed on top
for good video. >> at least 15 people lost their lives as a bus capsized in thailand. the double decker boat tried to overtake a sandbagger and ran into a barrier causing that boat to capsize. 11 people still mng police are diving trying to resume their search for anyone they may be able to find. the boat was 50 passengers over capacity. the driver will be charged with reckless driving causing loss of life and overleading the boat. >> this shows the moment bomb exploded 234 new york city. this shows it going off and people running for their lives.
has the loud boom is heard. investigators are looking into whether that explosion is an act of terrorism but as we reported earlier they do have a person they would like to talk to, a person of interest at this point is what they are being called and looking for a second person of interest they would like to interview. >> the nfl commissioner says there is still a lot of work to be done before the raiders can call las vegas why giving las vegas a franchise, not a done deal yet. >> the kids from the hit show stranger things surprised audiences. what did they surprise the audience members with?
avenue. crews are on scene and nobody was injured. >> the 2016 emmy awards honored the biggest names in television last night and we have all the highlights. >> the show provided a lot of comical moments. one in particular involving a snack midway through the snow and that woman happens to be jimmy provided pb & j his mom with a lot of love. he recruited the kids from the new netflix show. they handed out the snacks dressed in their characters
>> they have been looking for this guy and released this surveillance video. he hit two businesses over the weekend on opposite sides of the valley. he struck again. this in addition to the one in the central valley that happened earlier this month. police businesses and hands employees a note demanding money and takes off with an unknown amount of cash. he's a hispanic man, 40-45 years old. we have this surveillance video. if you think you know who this person is, please contact police. >> nfl commissioner says there is still a lot of work to be
destination for a franchise. goodell spoke on the issue after the committee recommended to spend $750 million in public money to help build a stadium. the project is being discussed to lure the raiders away from oakland and bring them here. goodell says it is up to the owners to decide if las vegas is a viable city to host the nfl. he says he's still casino driven las vegas is a good idea. it's tough for a city to lose a team. >> the 2016 paraolympics have come to a close in rio. china swept the medal count winning 107 gold, 239 overall while the u.s.a. came in fourth with 40 goals and 116 overall.
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>> dog owners and their canine friends embrace the olympic spirit taking part in the first ever dog olympic games. dogs of different breeds, ages and sizes competed for medals at a private brazil's olympic city. the event included agility, aquatic ball chasing and jumping. the organizer said that the competition's goal is to socialize human and pets while celebrator their sports. it is open to all dogs regardless of size and
>> we have another accident on 95 up in the it's on the side and doesn't look like it's too big a deal. have you this one at martin luther boulevard and they are working to get that cleared out. they have sweeping up to do. when they get that done they'll be able to tow the lost vehicle out of the way.
>> kelly: it's warmer out there. mostly sunny skies this afternoon. look at the temperature as the afternoon bell rings at school. the fall sweater handy. a look at the 7 day coming up. >> we're taking a live look out of new jersey, a story we've been following all morning where you have a lot of f.b.i. and atf folks ongoing investigation after a bombing that took place in new jersey and new york over the weekend. they have heavy security at the transit stations there and
after the bomb was found near the train station. they are trying to get back to normal as they try to figure out what happened here over the weekend. >> a city in italy, a ghost town after being destroyed by last month's earthquake. meet the one and only person who stayed behind living in a tent. >> new at 6:00 melinda joins us to talk about the hits and misses from last
look what he did to the city. so many people died. the entire thing almost totally destroyed. all the other inhabitants have moved into a tent city somewhere else or have found other accommodations in private homes or hotels this. person grew up in rome. returned to the city whether he was a teenager. his tent is in the sol stay there until prefabricated houses are set up and because all the power is out he has to use torches and moonlight to get around at night. >> which cooing back to our nation, president obama wants the nation to remember the victim of opioid overdose this is week. he declared an awareness week. obama is calling on all americans to raise awareness about the character of these drugs.
painkillers and heroin. obama says the number of deadly overdoses from these drugs have quadrupled in the past 17 years. the use of these drugs is a disease touching too many families. the victims are often stigmatized which prevents them from getting hem. help.>> a gas shortage across concerned this morning. a break in the pipeline in alabama caused workers to shut down that part of the pipeline f. georgia to tennessee to north carolina there is not enough gas for people. some gas stations have run out of gas. they have put bags over the gas pumps f. drivers find a station with gas, they could pay a lot of money. dollars more than what they would usually pay.
be temporary but some people are waiting in long lined stocking appears in case. >> i guess you have an excuse if you couldn't get to work, i couldn't find any gas. >> doesn't appear to be a problem here. this accident is at charleston and martin luther king boulevard. in the clearing stage. there is the last bit of mess that was there. i think we're going to pronounce that one done. let's go summerlin interchange. two mouser from now it will bay little busier. there is an accident to the northwest 95 north bound. traffic and weather every 10 minutes. here is kelly.
we got upper 90's, a few triple digits in the area yesterday. this is yesterday time lapse. lovely day to get outside and enjoy. it was the last weekend of summer and it felt like it. today is another warm one. these are the temperatures right now. downtown 6. green valley 71. these are the warmest er on the way. we're going to see a lot of sunshine as we wake up this morning. notice to the southwest we're starting to see clouds, showers work their way in. let's look further south. mucker payne category one storm right now. sustained winds at 75. it's going to work northward and
going to make for a pretty active week for us. pahrump 99. tonight pahrump you are going down to 65. bulled boor city 73. check out the high tomorrow. 86. we've got mostly cloudy skies. scattered showers in the forecast tomorrow. more showers wednesday afternoon into thursday as remnants of hurricane collides. gusty winds in the forecast and cooler temperatures. friday a high of 82. >> i'm so excited. first week of fall and now we can official lysates starting to feel like fall. >> fox is suing netflix. coming up how fox says netflix is stealing its employees.
would misuse the topic of rape in a political campaign? joe heck, that's who. the truth is, as attororney general, catherine cortez masto led the fight against crimes like sexual assault and worked with republicans and democrats to make sure rape kits were administered for victims. but in washington, congressman joe heck voted against funding for rape kits. joe heck. lying about rape. part of the problem in washington. i'm catherine cortez masto
took time to poke fun at jimmy. >> what am i doing? this is so humiliating. you lost and now you got to stand out here for the rest of the night in front of everybody. he was so great. you know they always go back and forth with each other. he was eating an he told kimmel he missed the results and asked if he won. kimmel said no. damon responded well, that makes sense. they are back and forth all the time. they have been fighting for at least 10 years leading to some great tv moments. this was last night. 21st century fox says netflix
suit in los angeles friday accusing netflix of recruiting their employees to leave fox despite being under contract. fox allegation netflix lured two vice presidents to break their employment contracts and move to the streaming giant. they asked for a permanent injunction blocking netflix from trying to pope its contracted role in the film sound of music died at the age of 73. family members said she decide of complications from dementia. the actress sang one of the classic songs.
>> authorities have named a person of interest in the bombing of new york that left 29 people injured. that's the video of what it happened. we're going to tell you who they are searching for and how things have gotten back on track this morning. >> making an appearance. vince neil expected to be in a las vegas courtroom today. he has a hearing in connection to a battery case against a woman at the aria last spring. there? we'll have details anyway live report. >> beautiful sight as we welcome new and get you going on this monday morning. hope everyone enjoyed a fabulous weekend. all the talk this morning is about the emmies from last night. we got you covered from the red carpet to all the highlights that happened on stage.