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>> anchor: right now on news 3 live today. fatal shooting, five people dead after a shooting at a mall in burlington washington. what witnesses have to say about this horrible situation. and if police are any closer to finding a suspect. plus, helping others, coming up. tell you how local telemundo reporter helped to after stolen from home. bring on music. life is beautiful. underway in downtown las vegas. take you to the sights and sounds and music and food and more of what you can expect, happening right now. >> live from las vegas, this is news 3 today. >> anchor: good saturday morning to you. as we look live at the las vegas valley. today is saturday september 24. and a lot happening.
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with life is beautiful, all big music festival. concert series. happening at t-mobile arena. welcome in. jeff mar filling in this saturday and jerry brown following up with what is happening outside. we have some wind leading into this weekend but it seems calm. >> weather: cold front went through jeff. definitely a nip in the air when you go out. it feels like fall. almost early winter. but you can see the ago at the springs preserve. put it in motion. 6:31 sunrise. you can see the skies are brightening east. what you do not see are any clouds. we are talking about sunny skies. 65 out at the springs preserve. humidity 24 percent. comes down. pleasant today. in terms of the dryness of the air and temperature range. 63 at the downtown studio. 62 downtown henderson. northwest valley. centennial 64. southern nevada, pahrump 57.
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laughlin. and we are talking about temperatures, today, generally ranging in the 80s. there is that low, cold front that went through. well up to the northeast now. so our skies are clear. and if you are planning your day, you have some nice options here. 10:00 a.m. 55 -- actually that should be 74. 83 at two p.m. and 84 at 6:00 p.m. down from the high of really nice day. winds will increase a built this afternoon. going from north. refreshing direction at this time of the year. jeff? >> anchor: thank you jerry. authorities have upped the death toll with shooting inside a washington state mall. state troopers say five people, four women, and one man, were killed at the macy's at cascade mall in burlington. 65 miles north of seattle. gunman last seen walking way from the mall toward the interstate. now there is a man hunt on to find him.
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saw and neighbors living nearby, of course, they are worried that gunman is still on the loose. >> i am about to walk into macy's to go to the restroom. and i don't know where i see two young girls, and older man, run outside. you know, i was kind of curious on why they were running. and i don't know where the girls had gone. so i turn around and i see a shot. sounded like a clap. and next thing you know, another shot. and after that, bang, bang, and i heard like about seven or eight shots. at that point i drop whatever i had in my hand and ran. >> anchor: police still do not have a motive for that shooting. and in downtown las vegas, this weekend, all about music. art. and food. life is beautiful festival has something for everybody. let's go right to gerard. >> reporter: now in the fourth
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tradition. others are trying it out for the first time. >> first time, i am happy to see everyone. hear alternative music. >> reporter: music lovers will get their fill. organizers say there is something for everyone. including hip hop. indy rock. and electronic dance music. sharon wiser has been coming every year. >> we will look up a few new bands. the hoovey we want to check out. stay for munford and sons. we wore >> reporter: regulars say it is more than a concert. it is an experience with a culture all its own. in addition to the music there are dozens of art displays and food vendors. all wrapped up in a carnival type atmosphere. >> all the bands here are awesome. food awesome. people awesome. we love there is a local community. lots of people we grew up with are still here. great time. >> reporter: this year promoters hope the festival is a great success financially.
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all netted losses to the tunes of millions of dollars. slight profit this year would be music in their ears and likely enough to keep the party going for the future. >> if you are heading to life is beautiful, or anywhere near that area this weekend, keep in mind there is a lot of closures in downtown area. several streets blocked off. it spans 18 downtown blocks and those red and yellow lines is where the event is taking place. expect closures east of las vegas boulevard t mesquite. and we have an update to that mercury clean up at walter johnson high school. we learned how much it cost. and it is going to cost a lot for clark county school district, to the tune of $16,000. ccsd foots the bill. $13,000. to the company that decontaminated campus. another $3000 for field technicians and a project administrator. the mercury spill shut down the
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unclear who brought it to school. and local telemundo reporter helps to reunite a son with mother's ashes after stolen from his home. reed cowan shows us how it happened. >> what would i do if i ever lost my mother's ashes? >> reporter: it was the question that came after a call to bran new reporter axle's phone. someones ashes stolen and found abandon behind a washing machine at a apartment complex. the worker that found the abandon ashes. >> i saw there was a name on the box. i thought, i mean, something needs to be done about this. i cannot just go away. >> reporter: so axle went to work. searching in public records day and night. determined on bring hue, who died a year ago back to her family jives like, you know what, i will go the extra mile. and i could not sleep, for three days. >> reporter: three days later a match.
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her son is chance lacarre. >> these ashes are missing since taken from my residence. >> reporter: ashes were part of a robber's grab three weeks ago. chance praying for return and all the while one of las vegas new residents and reporters working to make it happen. ashes returned. and so also faith in humanity restored. >> definitely has people who actually do care for others. humanity feel, believe in humanity. and have feelings and care. there are people out there like that. >> our job is to help the community. find the truth. and go beyond. i mean i am a human. he is a human being. the person was a human being. when she was alive. so i am pretty sure that she might have done the same thing. >> anchor: wow! extra work that paid off in the end. another major pop group is on
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backstreet boys coming to planet hollywood. in march and june of next year. three days a week. catch them where j-lo and britney spears perform. tickets go on sale a week from today at 10:00 a.m. if you have a american express card you can buy them starting wednesday. ticket prices start at $39. and famous relative of the royal family was victim of a hack attack. coming up. tell you who was victimized online. plus, a mth charges, after she overdoseed in front of her child in front of the grocery store. this is the video that went viral. we have an update on what happened to her daughter and charges the mother face. and teenager in hot water after posting a disturbing video on facebook. showing him allegedly giving his three years old nephew something he shouldn't have. three years old nephew something he shouldn't have. what it is that has so many
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>> anchor: welcome back. there are reports from britain that say a if i am musrelative of the royal family is victim of a hack attack. pippa middleton. sister of the duchess. had i-cloud broken into. thousands of photos showing her and members of the royal family stolen. no confirmation from royal family. video that horrified a family. daughter scream i can after her mother passed out after overdose in a grocery store. mother faces charge. police in lawrence said unidentified woman charged with reckless endangerment of a child, that mother was suffering from a opioid drug overdose when she collapsed sunday. first responders gave her two dose of narcan to revive her. police say they found drug
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as for the wild she is in custody of the state department of children and family services. >> anchor: and arkansas teen is facing charges after this video of him smoking marijuana with a toddler appeared on facebook. look. >> do you want to hit the gas? >> no. >> i gotcha now. >> anchor: wow! this is troubling video that police found on one of lamel yans to three-year-old nephew. encouraging him to smoke t police contacted dhs. child taken into arkansas hospital and got a hair follicle test. ian see faces more charges. and chances of winning the lottery, very small. but the chances of getting scammed. higher. how you can avoid falling victim
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at the morning sports and what
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>> anchor: welcome back. happy saturday. it is officially the first weekend of fall. welcome fall this week. you can expect. >> weather: true to form it feels like fall. >> anchor: yes. >> weather: cool mornings really do the trick, i think. a lot of us pretty much had it with triple digits and they are gone for the year now. do not have to we are about them. 80s and sunshine. we will take it. let's go to it. we are looking at a sunrise 6:31. and you can see our skies are brightening east. this is the view from red rock resort. nice flush of color. lots of sunshine today.
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festival. here in downtown las vegas. our studios are 63 degrees. north winds hardly noticeable. and humidity at 31 percent. that will come down. barometer is high. ridge of high pressure over the area. cooler southwest. durango and blue diamond. 57 degrees. again, dewpoint is low at 19 degrees. the pressure is high. over on far east side, warmer, and 62 at brookman elementary, w 64 in paradise corridor down by the strip. as southern highlands another cool 58. and 62 at palo verde high. around the region. indian springs, you are 58. 51 at mt. charleston. and 57 pahrump. eastern clark county, mesquite in at 56 degrees. officially, top of the hour, this is not live weather bug
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6:00 a.m. 62 mccarran. and 63 lax. and reno at 47 degrees. nationally, kind of quiet. around the u.s. of a. but you can see this system from well out will close n big low over the northern rockies, that frontal system came through and ushered in fall. and back side of that we are picking up north winds. noticeable this afternoon. and tomorrow. and i don't think there is anything to write home about. not talking about wind advisories rig winds are kind of refreshing. especially with lots of sunshine. so afternoon highs today. you can see generally pretty uniformly in the 80s. if you want the low 90s head down to love final. triple digits in death valley but barely. 87 today. sunny and pleasant, with north breeze 10-to-15 miles an hour. and if you are heading up to mount charleston. mid 60s to low 80s at red rock. north winds and lots of sunshine. down on the lake, water
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temperature. not a bad day to be down there. overnight tonight. temperatures bottoming out in the 60s. outlying areas are much cooler than that. 67. we are talking about lower 60s. even a possibility of some upper 50s. and seven-day forecast. let's warm it up a bit on sunday w breezes materializing in the afternoon. and 90ish. seasonal on monday. we have a chance for some moisture. could be a cutoff low tuesday to wednesday. probably better chance on wednesday. that's not certain yet. that. and then warming up to about 90 again by weeks end. so really on balance, jerks i would say that's a nice week. especially nice morning lows in 60s. >> anchor: no complaints that triple digits are retired for the year jerry. thank you. base jumping contest of the wings of love. 2016 world cup wrapped up in southwest china unan province friday. base jump sing first of four events to finish the tournament.
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up in the sky and nail a spot nearly 1000 feet above the ground. jump from that balloon before landing on the target. which was about 32 feet in diameter. and 10 of the 18 jumpers landed on it. frenchman dikes claimed first place as he landed very close to center of the target. and competitors from switzer land and u.s. finished second and third place respectively. >> anchor: and 6:19. here a >> reporter: one and two, unlv team plays at home against idaho. rebels are the 14 and a half, 15-point favorite. bounce back from two road losses that saw them drop several balls. and miss the assignment. unlv last chance to clean up the game before rebels open conference play next week. october 1. at home. against fresno state.
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out and have a game where we drop balls. inaccurate. we we cannot let free runners go down the field. we have to go out and play solid football. and play with more energy we have a chance to win games. >> we will work on finishing guys. we did not have a lot of knock downs and pancakes. ten total. so we will have to emphasize that this week. getting guys on ground and opening up big holes. because lex can run the ball. >> line was talking about sophomore running back lexington to him mass. he said reds can get run game going it will open up passing game. unlv hopes to get the ball to boyd today that in last saturday game at central michigan, had no catches. for the first time in his college career. first time in the history of women volleyball at unlv team started 11-0.
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conference play thursday. beating boise state at home 3-1. if you are going to that unlv football game today. your ticket will get you in to the volleyball game at 3:00. at the cox pavilion, they face air force. >> once we get them here. they come back. so that's the big thing us to. come to a match. come and see what it is all about. it is darn exciting. >> reporter: finally this morning. nba notes and some not so exciting news fore heat's chris bosch. forward failed his physical, in last two years he has had twice interrupt career due to blood clots. career could now be in jeopardy. and meanwhile kevin garnet career is over by his own choice. after 21 seasons he has decided to retire. the tim bell wolves will waive him. allowing one of the best defensive players in league history to collect his entire $8 million salary for next
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>> anchor: all right. well, you know the chances of wing a real lottery are small. but marie mortera tells us the odds of being scammed 100 percent if you fal for one of the many rip offs out there. this is one story. >> when i got that call i was so excited. i thought, oh, my god i am finally winning something. and it was not. it just really took me. really took me. >> reporter: a woman that only she won publishers clearinghouse $1 million prize and new mercedes. she was only on the hook for taxes and fees. the instructions on how to send were specific. >> he would tell me how to package it, put it in double envelope, wrap it in newspaper and send it through u.s. mail. i know better than to send money in the mail but i did it.
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winning helps to string victims along. and saying prize is on the way. >> dressed up real nice. we do not want to embarrass you when we come with tv cameras and everything, and the flowers. >> reporter: a chance visit in pittsburg from dorth's son made her realize this was a scam. >> why are you dressed up and i said i am expecting a prize. he said really? he figured it out himself. the longer he was here, nobody >> reporter: no surprise ever came. and comment tried to use lotteries because consumers know brands but this is a red flag. >> publishers would not call you. do due diligence. make sure that person really is who they say they are. >> reporter: no legitimate lottery or prize will ask for money to claim the prize.
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>> anchor: hello. welcome back. september is bourbon heritage month and joining us today is lounge operations manager at caesar's. david here to talk about some important things that are happening at monty cristo cigar bar. one of the ones that can make a specialty cocktails. normally i don't smell this smell this early in the morning on saturday. normally late at night. but this is great because you are bring attention to a important month for you guys. >> bourbon the country. got gave native spirit a month to celebrate. so monty cristo, what we are doing is having spirits tasting all month long with specific burron. and bullet today three to 6:00. and then next friday jack daniels is a tennessee whiskey not a bourbon but an american spirit. so manhattan today. and which is two parts bourbon, one part vermouth and two parts
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and this is our barrel selection for caesars palace. and same with jefferson here. we do not have these. and 1 ounce of sweet vermouth. and two drops of bidders. and two, one, two, area code of manhattan as well. easy to remember the recipe that way. drop some ice in here. and so. >> anchor: is there a eventually. >> maybe create that later. after the show. so you want to get a really good spirit here. show it nice -- chill it nice. >> anchor: what separates a good bourbon from any other bourbon in your opinion? >> all bourbon is good bourbon my friend. >> anchor: >> to be classified as bourbon made in america and aged in oak and made with 51 percent corn.
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states. misconception is it has to be from bourbon county in kentucky, that's not true. but originated there. >> anchor: anyone that has not been to this establishment tell them what it is like. >> man cave. big video wall made of 12, 15-inch tvs and we can configure anyway you want. football is often on sundays. thursday espn radio for thursday night game. specials. 20 percent off for lol humidor. cigar lounge. and whiskey bar. over 100 brands and types of cigars to choose. from over 150 types of whiskeys. cognacs. and tequila, all of that stuff. >> anchor: remind me of the bourbon deals you have. specials going on. >> bourbons are, we have tasting free to the public three to six today. bullet bourbon. and then next friday jack daniels from three to six, that's free.
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and tequila and stuff like that. and during the tasting though, we do two-for-one specials on cocktails featuring what we are tasteing that day. >> anchor: thank you very much. monty cristo the place to be if you want to get your bourbon fix. and you still have time of the we have time left if september to celebrate that special month. that special occasion.
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i like people that weren't captured ok. donald trump compared his sacrifices to the sacrifices of two parents who lost their son in war. how would you answer that father? what sacrifice have you made for your country? i think i've made a lot of sacrifices, built great structures. i've had tremendous success, i think... those are sacrifices? >> anchor: right now on news 3 live today. another night of protests in charlotte north carolina. now new video of the deadly encounter between keith scott and police. we will show you that coming up. >> anchor: plus going too far. teenage girl pepper sprayed by police. what led to this. and what she and her mother have to say about what happened. plus, backing trump. ted cruz saying he will vote for
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>> live from las vegas, this is news 3 today. >> anchor: welcome in to news 3 today. we are taking a live look outside on saturday september 24. as the sun comes up over the las vegas strip. probably a late night for a lot of people that attended day one of the life is beautiful. you also have many, many big name artists putting on concerts a lot going on in las vegas this weekend. lots of people turning to the weather. for that here is jerry brown with what you can expect. >> weather: i can add, jeff, not only is life beautiful this weekend in las vegas but also the weather. it is certainly -- this is optimum. september, october. doesn't get much better. this is the last hour of time lapse. you can see the skies brightened. and camera pointed west this time. our skies are cloudless. lots of sunshine today.
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strip. that's at the miracle mile shops. 25 percent relative humidity. coming down. pressure is high. we are under no threat for moisture. down cooler though heading down to henderson. sun city, 58 degrees down there. and there is the low that brought in awe item. i mean, really the front went through. temperatures dropped, especially morning lows, noticeable. our skies are clear. as that has moved way up to the northeast. so pencil in sunshine today on your planning 75 mid-morning. 83 mid afternoon. and 84 early evening. down from a high of about 87 degrees. and with north winds increasing north-northeast winds this afternoon. and they will be in evidence tonight. but again fairly refreshing. 67 for low. tell you outlying suburbs down in low 60s. and as the morning, really i cannot preclude upper 50 or two. or 59, 58. so we have got a very pleasant evening ahead.
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few breezes on sunday. that is in the complete forecast. just ahead. >> anchor: okay, thank you. another night of protests in charlotte north carolina. in the wake of a new video surfacing that showed deadly encounter between keith scott and police. disturbing video shot by his wife does not show the shooting but gunshots are heard. and nbc sara has video and questions that are causing a public outcry. night in the center city of charlotte. emotions running high bringing hundreds out for fourth time. all while police in riot gear joined by national guard try to keep peace. for the most part is. keeping marchers off 277 in an attempt to shut down interstate. >> do not shoot him. >> reporter: release of dramatic cell phone video fuels
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at mc state of students marching and lying on the ground and this rally in atlanta. >> he doesn't have a gun. he has a tbi. he will not do anything to you guys. he took his medicine. >> reporter: scott's wife rushes to the scene. telling officers her husband has traumatic brain injury. she screams at her husband. >> keith do not do it. do not do it, keith. >> reporter: seconds later shots rang out. to watch with no clear view of the gun. keith scott is on the ground. >> my gut reaction is pure sadness. pure sadness. for anyone to have to go through that. >> reporter: now protestors call out again, for body and dash cam video. cries echoed by charlotte's mayor that said will come in time. >> i have asked for that to be released. i understand it is not a
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in to focus as the investigation continues. sara rosario, charlotte. >>well, outrage continues over video of alleged police brutality against a teenage girl in hagerstown maryland. now teen and her mother telling their side of what happened. carl lin blackburn has details. >> reporter: honor roll student, soccer player and wrestler. the te >> get off me. i was very upset. i was very confused. >> reporter: the 15-year-old said that she was knocked unconscious. after she was hit by a car while riding her bike. she told authorities she did not need medical treatment. >> i told them multiple times i was okay. in my head i knew i was not okay. >> reporter: she told them
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wanting to come home. wanting to be where she felt safe. >> reporter: but because she resisted arrest she was pepper sprayed four times. and she was slammed against the wall. she said officers did not tell her why she was being arrested. >> put your hands behind your back. you are detained. >> reporter: mom said the daughter could but her teen was dealing with adults. >> i don't teach my children disrespect for police officers or disrespect adults. >> reporter: mayor of hagerstown, also showed up. saying he is seeking restorative justice. >> mayor tell the truth. >> where is your compassion. >> reporter: important to point out these protests were peaceful so far.
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together in solidarity with this teen. and reaching out to the public. >> mayor does not want this case to divide the city. >> reporter: black lives matter. no if's, ands or buts about it. i think it has nothing to do with what is going on here, and if there is one thing that local authorities and teen in this case, can agree on. it is that this incident was not racially >> anchor: all right. switching to what is happening in washington, d.c. president obama, and first lady, will officially open the smithsonian national museum of african-american history and culture today. on friday first family hosted a small reception to celebrate opening. and some of the icons represented there. president said that the beyond slavery and civil rights move. museum showed how african-americans contributed to film and many other things.
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forget that the only reason we are standing here is because somebody, somewhere, stood up for us. stood up when it was risky. stood up when it was not popular. and somehow be standing up together, managed to change the world. >>anchor: well, he said he hopes people will visit museum to see dignity and artifacts and progress made. the president also said the museum will not just meet expectations but far and speaking of the president. he has vetoed a bill that would have allowed family members of 9/11 victims to sue saudi rabia. measure approved by congress this year. end foreign country immunity in u.s. from lawsuits. allowing i will suits to proceed if country is determine to play a role in terror attacks on u.s. interests. saudi government denied any role in 9/11 attacks. president vetoed it in part
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legal auction in other countries. he said the bill would hurt u.s. national security interests make the war on terror more dip. and well, a bombshell that surfaced yesterday. texas senator cruise announcing he will honor his pledge, and vote for donald trump for president. cruise revealed his endorsement for a lengthy statement on his facebook page friday. former candidate said that after many months of careful consideration, o searching his conscience he would vote for donald trump. end quote. and that after refusing to endorse trump for months following suspension of his own campaign. announcement comes three days before first presidential debate between donald trump and hillary clinton. trump responded in a statement that he was greatly honored with that endorsement from cruz. and with roughly six weeks until election day, battle at the ballot is heating up as nevada
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ballot initiative is seeing first organized opposition. opponents with the no on two campaign of recreational marijuana. saying if it looks like candy it is dangerous for kids. and supporters say nevada is ready. >> we believe when voters of nevada are educated on this issue, they are going to reject legalizing and commercialising retail drug. >> bring it out in the regulate it. so it won't look like candy, people do not have to worry about it. >> reporter: state senator is working on a bill to address concerns about edibles marketed toward children. but until election day it is a fight both sides will battle over in the weeks to come. >> anchor: and target is removing its kid size shopping carts. why some parents called the mini carts a vehicle of mass destruction.
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when she opens up the box she finds something inside she was not expecting. what that was. that put a big smile on her face. and people at shake shack celebrating oktoberfest in their own special way. they will be here. to talk about that, and deals you can get in on. to talk about that, and deals you can get in on. congressman heck's become part of the problem in washington. heck voted to protect perks for politicians like himself, allowing congressmen to travel on private jets at taxpayer expense taxpayer-funded healthcare for life. heck even voted to allow congressmen to take their pay during a government shutdown. congressman heck is what's wrong with washington. dscc is responsible
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>> anchor: in today's consumer headlines. if you are looking for something to do today head to a national park national public lands day is in order, which is the nation's largest day single day effort for public lands to encourage people to join in, national park service offers free entry at all 408 national parks across the nation. find a park online and opportunities to volunteer at find your and mcdonald's may soon add a happy meal version to all day breakfast menu. fast-food chain plans to test
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cheese mcmuffin. breakfast rolls out monday at 73 restaurants in tulsa oklahoma area, and if it catches on, mcdonald's could cover kiddie breakfast happy meals nationwide next year. breakfast option is first entree item added to happy meal men new 30 years. and target removing the kid size shopping carts from stores after facing backlash on social >> sorry mommy. ow. >> reporter: that's why. >> anchor: target introducing mini carts similar to these in several stores last year. rollout quickly test failed. minneapolis blogger called the store's kiddie carts vehicle of mass destruction. started moms against stupid tiny carts movement last week. other shoppers quickly joining in complaining about bruised ankle and chaotic children in
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carts were removed because of customer complaints. >> and one woman was in for quite a surprise when she picked up the pizza delivery. what she found in that box. that she was not expecting. and shake shack celebrating oktoberfest in a big way. and what they have got planned, and the deals you can take advantage of. coming up. we are one nation under god.
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>> anchor: welcome back. saturday morning. life is beautiful in full affect in downtown las vegas. and weather is beautiful as we bring in the first official weekend of fall. >> weather: i will tell you. no complaints at all this weekend. if you have outdoor plans. if you are heading down to the music festival. doing anything.
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we have a new camera on weather bug network. this is the extreme south valley at walker. walker international. college and 95. the camera is pointed east. and we will see the sunriseing there. 6:31 officially the sun rise. and 62 degrees down in south valley with southwest wind hardly noticeable. 29 percent the humidity. that relative humidity. coming down. dewpoint of 29 degrees. and pressure is up in the central valley. sahara and 15. south of the spaghetti bowl. and up in north las vegas mid 60s with west-northwest component to the wind. 60s predominately. not a big temperature range across the valley. generally 60 to 65-degree range, few upper 50s. 59 at nellis. mid 50s from southern highlands to anthem. around southern nevada 50 up at
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county. 55 at mesquite. 66 in boulder city. searchlight went down to 64. not a lot going on. across the east. you can see showers over florida. we do have a system up over the northern rockies, that went through. frontal system associated with that dropped our temperatures. you can see it whirling around. back side, we could pick up some northerly breezes. more pronounced tomorrow afternoon. but fairly refre 80s. so throw in a north breeze, and big deal, it is nice. so, highs today, let's see. 88 in pahrump. dropped a couple for mesquite. 84 bolder city. you get the picture n comfort zone. 87 in the city, with north breeze this afternoon. 10-to-15 miles an hour. on the mountain. well noticeably cooler. 65 at the lodge. to 82 at red rock. and if you are heading down to the lake. 89 degrees with water temperature of 79.
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hour. overnight tonight. squarely in the 60s throughout the valley. even lower 60s around. so it will be on the cool side. pleasant going into sunday. and sunday we warm it up a few degrees to 90, 91 with afternoon winds. hold it at 90 on monday. then we have a chance and by no means certainty. but a chance late tuesday to wednesday for a shower or thunderstorm. and with clouds accompanying that disturbance. we will drop temperatures back down even to mid wednesday. warm tingup to 90 by week's end and overnight lows uniformly in the 60s. pretty nice forecast for october. jeff? >> anchor: thank you jerry. a woman that ordered some chicken wings could not believe it. when she opened up the box, and saw instead thousands of dollars in cash. chris win reports on what happened when she tried to give the money back. >> reporter: at the space tell
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from dominoes that she will never forget. >> when i opened the box, i am thinking bread sticks. >> reporter: but it was a different type of dough. cash. and lots of it. >> i am a manager myself so i do deposit so i assumed right away it was their deposit. >> reporter: $5000 that was supposed to go to the bank. >> i was like, no way. >> reporter: who does she call? what does she do? through her head. >> i was like i cannot keep it. it is crazy amount of money. not $20 you find. it is almost $5000. >> reporter: so that tuesday afternoon she called the downtown dominoes store where she placed the order hoping to get in touch with manager. but no one called back. >> when they think where did the money go, right away or next day, but three days later nothing. crazy. >> reporter: without a response selena turnouts help.
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franchise owner. as a reward she gets free pizza for a year and employer, is giving her one week off with pay for her honesty. selena will never look at chicken wings or bread statistics the same. >> okay. so we go from pizza, and money, to shake shack, and shacktoberfest is back. cel inspired menu. here to talk about it is lisa hamilton, gm of shake shack. thank you thank you for coming in. >> thank you. >> anchor: i have done a dozen of segments, and you are first to do a neon sign on a table. huge accomplishment. very vegas. all right. so you brought in a huge spread. what can people expect for shacktoberfest. >> shacktoberfest is our way of
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that happens every year in munich and hundreds of thousands of people come. they have a great party, they celebrate. incredible cuisine, amazing beer. if anyone knows a great party. incredible cuisine and great beer at the shake shack. so dishes inspired by what you find there. most popular is bull varian pretzel. soft. buttery. amazing bull varian spice. and we have a brat burger. so brat burger will have our signature hamburger with fantastic cheddar stuffed brat. a bit of signature shack sauce and and favorite part fry and make these nice and crispy on top. amazing. >> is this something you bring back every year or new item? >> modified. enhanced a bit. so we took everything great from before and made it better. >> anchor: it is thick and packed with stuff. >> it is amazing. i can eat two. so i know you can.
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fry a shall shot and marinate it in beer, i am in. what we have over here is -- this will be same sausage. we have a cheddar stuffed brat. amazing cheese sauce, and more incredible shallots. >> anchor: on you have an option of burger form or a bun form. >> or my form. one of each. >> anchor: how many can do you. >> i have only tried two at a time. you have to draw a line. >> anchor: the shakes i can i can probably do 3. really cold right now. what kind of shakes are we looking at. >> two we brought in for the event. cinnamon apple topped with great short bread. that is my favorite. however, that is knot going to be black forest chocolate cherry. so good. if you take one of each of these, add one of those, you are done for the day. so that part of the day. week is over and come back and do it again.
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regular burgers, they have good regular burgers. how many locations in las vegas. >> one in it, mobile arena and summerlin, and as well as the strim. new york new york. >> anchor: what are some. deals or discounts we can expect money wise to expect to pay for shacktoberfest. >> it is affordable. favorite thing about it right now is great beer signs. if you want to visit in summerlin get the beer stein for $10. they will fill it with oktoberfest or meister ale. or guests on the strip glow in the dark neon stein. and that we can fill with either beer too. so each of them to go. both fantastic. and guests love them, we started it yesterday. everyone is getting one. >> anchor: do i keep to keep this stein? >> sure. >> anchor: awesome. >> okay. >> anchor: good store. shacktoberfest through october? >> until october 2. >> anchor: until october 2. so plenty of time to take advantage.
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>> anchor: okay. we are closing out saturday with another look at the forecast. by the way. >> weather: put lemonade in there and boom. >> anchor: lemonade? >> weather: whatever. name your poison. let's go over and -- probably would not do lemonade, i admit.
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that's a really chamber of commerce type of weekend for october. and we have a chance for some moisture mid week. still a chance. and we will clarify, that we will watch that throughout the early work week. but the weekend looks exceptional. morning lows in the 60s. definitely makes you thin i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump says he alone can fix the problems we face. well i don't believe that's how you get things done in our country. it takes democrats and republicans ow we got health care for 8 million kids. rebuilt new york city after 9/11. and got the treaty cutting russia's nuclear arms. we've got to bring people together. that's how you solve problems and that's what
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