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well, if you ever wanted to own your own police vehicle, maybe a motorcycle or something like a dental chair, now is your chance. >> a dental chair? this saturday the county is holding the final government surplus auction of the year. all kinds of stuff. hundreds of vehicles, plenty of denise rosch has our review. >> reporter: the auction itself is saturday. for the next two days you can preview what's here, literally kick the tires if you want. if you are wondering who would want an ambulance or fire truck, event organizers say there's a buyer for everything. robert mckinnis is no stranger to public auctions. he and his friend, butch, have
and here at the yard -- >> oh, yeah. we have bargains. sometimes there's people with deeper pockets. >> reporter: they are looking for a few good items. >> is it electric? >> i think it is electric. sometimes you can't keep up with the crowd. they are moving along so fast. if you got your eye on something, you better be right there. okay. because they don't hold the line up for you. >> reporter: and auction organizers admit that's true. with so many promptly at 8:00 saturday morning. from passenger vans to unlv dental chairs, computers, resuscitation mannequins, nothing will be left in the yard. all proceeds going directly to public coffers. >> so far this year in the first two actions we've returned $2.9 million to the government entities in southern nevada. >> reporter: david johnson manages automotive services for
some of the hear yes utility trucks off finding their ways to city departments out of state. but used firetrucks, those end up somewhere else. >> a lot of movie studios will buy them. just about every movie scene you see, the rain is actually coming from a fire truck off camera. >> reporter: new life for old merchandise. for experienced auctiongoers, e in the rough. >> . denise rosch, news 3. the plan who police say shot and killed a southwest employee at the oklahoma city airport used to work for the airline. investigators believe lloyd buoy was looking for retaliation for some reason and that was the motive for the shooting. police are not certain if michael wib chester was -- winchester was the intended target. >> he was in the main parking
bu where the employees parked and where they would be walking to and from, their vehicles to the maybe terminal. that's another one of the reasons why we believe this was premeditated and very much intentional. >> so police believe that he fired that rifle from a parking garage 50 yards away where winchester was walking. after the shooting, buoy took his observe life right in the parking garage. a minnesota police officer who shot and killed a man during a traffic stop is charged with manslaughter. th aftermath on facebook. >> you shot four bullets. him, sir. he was just getting his license and registration, sir. >> 32-year-old philando castile was sitting right next to her as he died in the car. the police officer, jeronimo yanez, is charged with second-degree manslaughter and two felony counts of dangerous discharge of a firearm. today, the family's attorney talked about the charges. >> and i do believe with all my
decision that could have benefits for not only minnesota but throughout the nation. >> she says the civil lawsuit may also be filed. castile was pulled over for a broken taillight. that's what started all of this. yanez makes his first court appearance on friday. about 15,000 gallons of fuel leaked after this train ran off the direction outside of orlando today. two freight trains crashed into each other, causing 20 cars to two engineers suffered minor injuries. well, it's getting hard for some people to breathe in parts of north carolina where wildfires are raging out of control. this is in burk county. officials are urging those to stay indoors, especially little ones and the elderly and those who have breathing issues. they raised the alert to code red. there are 15 wildfires burning over 45,000 acres of land in western north carolina. president-elect donald
dianne gallagher has the latest developments from washington. >> reporter: donald trump has only been president-elect for a week. but his transition so far is turbulent, to say the least. in the past two days, breaking protocol by ditching reporters for dinner. >> thank you. >> reporter: a wednesday morning tweet storm against the new york times and reports of hiring and firing within his team. different direction. it was easy to hand it off to mike pence. i think there's some confusion going on about a chain of command coming out of new york. hopefully, they will get that settled soon. >> reporter: multiple leaks indicate much of that confusion and in-lighting is linked to trump's son-in-law, jared kushner. but trump tweeted tuesday the process is very organized and his team has pushed back on the criticism.
>> reporter: signs of the transition making its way to washington are finally here. mike pence dropped by the transition headquarters on wednesday, as did newt gingrich. >> the transition like this has turmoil. it's the nature of the process. >> reporter: the country still appears to be very much divided. with protesters, some of them high school and college students walking out of the streets for a 7th day straight to express their feelings about the election. and then there's this -- after outcry from tenants at three trump apartment buildings in new york, workerses are removing his name from the building. 600 people signed a petition asking for this. some calling the trump name an embarrassment. the company that manages the complex says they are assuming a more neutral building identity that will appeal to all current
well, a hot-air balloon came in for a very hard landing. it happened in philadelphia this afternoon. you can see it looks like the pilot was giving it gas before it came reporters it was all planned and he was practicing this kind of hard landing. another big recording artist is getting residency here in las vegas. ricky martin will headline shows at the monte carlo park theater starting next april. that theater opens next month. he joins bruno mars, stevie nicks and cher. he announced his engagement to
and a surprise on stage during last night's adele concert. >> if you can can, she brought things to a halt after spotting a bat that suddenly flew right by her in the audience in mexico. she was trying to explain to them by running and flapping her arms like a bat. well, the bat actually went after a few fans. but >> it's a bat. it's a bat. time to take a look at what's coming up at 7:00. hillary clinton makes her first public appearance since losing the election. plus -- caught on video. you may not believe it or you may cheer for. a baby about to roll off his changing table. wait until you see how this one ended. and black friday, still nine days away or is it? deals abound already. a look at some of what's available out there. hope you will stay with us for those stories on news 3 live at
there wish was offered when you were in college. >> it's a course at unlv all about making a career in beer. news 3's sergio avila has a preview. >> the name of the class is simple enough -- beer. it's exactly what you think it is, a class dedicated to loggers, ales. >> i'm eating the tell of a strawberry. >> tasting is a key component to the class but don't think for a second these students aren't >> people think it's a beer. who cares? they don't realize it's complicated. >> the course is part of the school of hotel and hospitality management atumle. learn more about this beer career tonight at 11:00. >> a lot of us had informal training in that course in college. >> you can teach yourself. >> how many students do you think take that class?
>> i'm thinking i didn't get the grade i wanted and need to take it again. we'll blow them into the class with the winds. they will shift within the next hour. come out of the northwest. that's when the front goes through. here comes that colder air. our camera on top of the d, you can see it bouncing around as it looks down on fremont street east. we expect these winds to continue overnight and then start decreasing through the day tomorrow. but here. a bunch of clouds in advance of the front. it's much drier and cooler air behind the front. right now, torrey pines, had 24. that neighborhood gusted to 40. temperatures at 68. winds out university southwest. once they shift, that's when they will drop. jones and tropicana will reprieve. they had a gust of 38 and we'll
rest of the wind speeds, a chance to catch your breath at camino and ann road. outside the valley, the mountain is at 7 but we're not seeing a lot of wind. that's going to continue to bob and we've through the rest of the night. as you map out your day for your thursday, temperatures will be noticeably cooler, big-time. 54 at 8:00 a.m. 60 by lunch. a jump in 6 degrees. and after a high in the lower 0s late in the afternoon. the winds will be much more significant early and the northwest part of the valley will be blowing more strongly during the morning hours. we're thinking 10 to some gusts over 30 miles an hour. by the time we get to the afternoon, those winds will back off. by tomorrow evening, not much left. the front itself, pretty well defined there. knocking on the door in southern nevada and clark county. as it moves through, we get the winds to shift. they come out of the northwest and start to bring in the colder air. it's colder.
this is a sneak preview of a cooldown that we probably should have had a few weeks ago if the weather caught up to the calendar. it's 40 in reno. salt lake down to 42. you can see where the front is. then tomorrow, cool all over the place. phoenix will make it to 73. but not getting out of the 40s there in northern nevada. for southern nevada, lowsng pahrump may sneak in the mid- to upper 30s, maybe low 40s. and then highs tomorrow in the 50s. boulder city struggling to get to 60. mesquite maybe 61. for the las vegas valley a very windy evening with winds gradually traveling off slowly overnight. look for a low temperature of 53. with the wind, there will be some bite to the air, especially as you start your thursday.
again, wind yip in the morning but less wind by the afternoon. your seven-day forecast, this is what november is supposed to be like. nobody who moved here would have any idea because we've been around 80 but that will change. another cool friday. we'll rebound over the weekend and have glorious autumn-like weather for the first real another weekend. 67, 69, this coming weekend. >> no problem. >> we're >> thank you. time for sports. amber dixen is here with the runnin' rebels back in action. >> and running is exactly what marvin menzies wants more out of his team tonight. he wants improvement all around. he used the s-word to describe the rebels' performance in their loss to south alabama calling
transition. tonight, the 0-1 rebels host uc riverside, a team that returns three stars. in their last game, the rebels were 2-15 from the 3-point range. this guy played before the 3-point exist and is still the leading scorer. eddie owens' jersey will be retired at halftime. '77 under jerry tarkanian. he scored 2,221 points. that's 148 more than any other rebel and was part of the team that got unlv to the first final four. he played one nba season for the flow. and tomorrow is when we'll find out if las vegas native and chicago cubs third baseman kris bryant wins national league
title. today i got to speak with the astute minds behind both boxers. >> i feel honestly -- honestly, most guys once they get hit like that, they go into survival mode. >> i don't think power will be the factor in this fight. if it is, so be it. but it's something that you are aware of but you don't overly concern yourself wi asked on both sides. >> and with that, he literally took my mic and dropped it. >> really? no. i'm just kidding. [laughter] >> he had a good point. this ward has power but kovalev, his punch is scary. they are very closed. ward, slight, slight favorite. >> thank you. >> thanks. a special day at the ballpark for a group of
with the wind blowing we're talking, low to mid 40s. it will climb as the wind decreases. that will be a gradual process. kelly has your update beginning at 4:30 a.m. on "news 3 today." back to dudes news. >> roger that. thank you, kevin. a couple dozen veterans took to the baseball diamond for a little friendly competition. >> it's the 11th year in a row. they take part in the league softball game. they play one inning. each player gets to bat at least once. organizers say it's a chance to honor those and thank those who serve with fun at the ballpark. >> that give was safe at the plate. those veterans who served during world war ii were given special recognition as the 70th anniversary of pearl harbor approaches. >> we thank them for their service.
presidential election to donald trump. news 3 is your weather authority. those winds are howling across southern nevada. we'll have to deal with gusty conditions for a while. >> these winds are going to bring the real first taste of fall to the las vegas valley. good evening. thank you for joining us. i'm latoya silmon. >> i'm reed cowan. we st chloe beardsley. >> it's going to be really chilly around here. right now we're seeing the cold front passing through the region right now, bringing us the very strong winds all across southern nevada. it will be a bumpy ride over the next few hours, too. we'll see the strong winds continue after the front passes, then very chilly whether will settle in across southern nevada. we still have a wind advisory in