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>> dana: bombshell. brad pitt facing allegations of child abuse against his own children. wait until you hear the shocking details. >> kim: shooting suspect. the man police say opened fire at our local airport is facing a judge in a matter of hours and we know what to expect. we're sharing it with you. >> dana: another warm night in charlotte, north carolina. declared there. >> kim: we are taking through. >> after spending much of the night shrouded in tear gas and pepper spray and smoke, the city of charlotte a bit more norm this will morning. traffic light because most of the large employers telling their employees to stay home
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riot gear controlled the streets of charlotte, north carolina. just a few hours earlier the scene was very different. a second night of unrest ripped the city as protestors angry over the death of scott vented their rage. scott was shot tuesday. police say he had a weapon but his family say he was reading a back in his vehicle. amid the unrest north carolina governor declared a emergency and deployed the national guard and state highway patrol to charlotte. one person was shot by another civilian according to authorities and is in the hospital on life support. several police officers were injured. journalist were caught up in the chaos. >> they put out pepper spray and people are running from it. >> one reporter was knocked to
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some demonstrate tosser stood in front of the police line in an effort to maintain police and calm the tension. >> i'm trying to keep people from being hurt. we're trying to do it the right way. >> charlotte's mayor pled for peace to restore to the streets. >> violence is not the answer. >> and some in charlotte talking about coming here and efforting a cleanup. there is glass where i uptown area. many wonder if it's too early because things could happen again tonight. at noon there is a protest. they want to focus on police accountability, what the original protest was about. the black caucus holding a press conference on the same topic. >> dana: thank you for that live report. stay with news 3 today because we're going to have more live reports throughout the morning
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details. >> kim: you are waking up to bombshell news concerning brad pitt. he's being investigated by the police department and family services in l.a. because of an incident that happened on a private plane last wednesday , the same day that his wife, angelina jolie filed for divorce. we are hearing reports through "people" magazine and nbc news he was physical with one of his kids on this private plane and was verbally abusive among o >> apparently alcohol was a factor. we'll follow that story. traffic and weather every 10 minutes on the program. jeff is in the traffic center and there she is, kelly curran as we await first minute of autumn. >> kelly: in a little over two hours from now fall officially arrives. today temperatures remain below normal, 75 at 9:00 a.m., 81 at noon but it's the wind, that's
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red flag warnings in place. we're going to talk about what that means for you in about 10 minutes. >> jeff: traffic and weather every 10 minutes and we have one accident to tell you about. everything sells in the clear. one slow spot summerlin parkway will take you 7 minutes. >> quinn: we have breaking news we're going to get to that has to do with a u.s. marine corps pilot that waters off japan. the pilot ejected and was rescued. as this continues to play out, we'll have continued coverage here on news 3. right now we're transitioning to a local story everyone has been
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man who is accused of firing off shots at the airport will face a judge for the first time. what is expected to happen in court just hours from now? >> two counts of attempted murder, those are the most serious charges that have been filed against jeffrey brown. he is the suspect accused in that shooting in a structure there. it was related to a relationship gone bad. the female victim, his estranged wife, the two victims a man and his estranged wife the woman. they were shot after they returned to las vegas walking to their car. the suspect 68 years old. we will see jeffrey brown in person in court this morning. it will be his first time in a
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it was obviously troubled but there was no divorce filing we could find. that is on calendar for this morning. i'll let you know what happens live at noon. >> dana: breaking news from downtown las vegas from about four hours ago. a fire at the golden nugget hotel this. broke out on the ninth floor of the hotel. people had to be the eighth, ninth anted 10th floors. the fire had been put out by the automatic spruikler system when the firefighters got there. they found a small portion of the mattress. they believe it was related to smoking, somebody smoking in bed. the sprinklers did their job and nobody was injured. >> kim: people waking up to the
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investigation just days after the news of his divorce, now a child abuse investigation. brad pitt became verbally awives and physical with on of his kids on the couple's private plane last week on the tarmac. the l.a. police department and family and children services are investigating what was initially detailed as an anonymous reports on this developing story that a source is saying that angelina jolie was present at the time. also saying that brad pitt was allegedly drinking at the time of the incident. we say drinking from reading the extensive information on this it sounds like he was hammered out of his mind is what people were saying. at one point tmz reported he tried to jump into a fuel truck
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>> dana: a north las vegas doctor facing lewdness charges. police are looking for more possible victims this. is the doctor in question. he has an office on east lake mead near bruce. detectives say he's been arrested after allegations remain that he inappropriately touched a patient. if have you conta would like to talk to police about it, contact the north las vegas police department. >> kim: we now have a story you're only going to see here on news 3 that has to do with violent robbers ripping people off eating at a restaurant in downtown las vegas. this is a local story. you are seeing the surveillance footage on your screen. takes us back to last week. this is just off the boulevard at st. louis and this happened
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the suspects stealing cell phones from two women inside. they confront them but one of the guys pulls a gun. a restaurant customer we spoke with is gravely concerned. >> it's very important we get these persons identified and make an arrest because you could see by the suspect resorted to violence and this could have been a multicasualty shooting. >> kim: that's why that phone number is on your screen now and local police are soliciting your help. they want to hear from you. if you know anything about this crime that played out in downtown las vegas, they want you to come forward, call that
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you can remain anonymous. >> dana: live pictures out of charlotte, north carolina. we're going to have a report from the ground in charlotte after a state of emergency has been declared there by the governor of that state after protestors clash with police for a second straight night. a protestor was shot by another protestor. four police officers injured in that protest. we'll have more live from the scene coming up. who is watching you? can track your every move. what happens to your personal information? we have an exclusive report you're only going to see here. everything you need to know to limit your digital tracking. >> kim: it is shocking. i have a feeling people will be talking about it later. check out the surveillance video on your screen. you are waking up to this. this has to do with the bombing suspect out of new york and new
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they mean to the investigation coming up. >> dana: this guy wanted it so bad. he wanted it. we're going to tell you what police say he tried to steal. where he hid it is probably going to make you feel what kind of person would misuse the topic of rape
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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 and i approve this message. switch to centurylink and get up to 40 megs of high-speed internet for just $20 a month. ...connect on social media... learn, shop and more with fast in-home wifi. so call 844-560-link. get up to 40 megs of high-speed internet for just $20 a month for one year when bundled with a qualifying home phone plan and autopay. speed may not be available in your area. call today.
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>> dana: this allegedly shows the bombing suspect wheeling luggage down the street on saturday night. police believe inside that luggage he had a pressure cooker bomb. at the same time he was seen doing blocks away on west 23rd street. the bomb he had inside that luggage on 27th street never went off. authorities were able to lift a fingerprint from that pressure cooker bomb he's seen wheeling here. that is what led to his vent arrest. police are also looking for people that came and took the suitcase. they took the pressure cooker bomb out of the suitcase and
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retrieved. the people that took the luggage are not going to face charges but they want to retrieve the luggage. >> kim: they will be great witnesses once they find the people. we have breaking news that takes us to the mediterranean right now. we're hearing 42 people have been killed in a capsized boat off the coast of the death toll will likely go up because that boat was carrying 600 people when it sank. you are looking at images of family members looking for their loved ones showing up to a nearby courthouse. the egyptian army is sounding off on this saying they tried to stop an illegal immigration attempt and the boat had been 12 nautical miles off the coast
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>> janet: we have what appears to be an overturned vehicle. they have one lane blocked off. the wreckage off to the side. we'll continue to monitor that. 15 northbound from the bowl to craig is clear at five minutes. let's get a check of the thursday forecast with kelly. >> kelly: yesterday we sunshine but quite a few clouds and light sprinkles across the valley. bulk of the activity off to our east. beautiful picture there of that time lapse and all the clouds. temperatures in the 70's in much of the area. still a little humid but much
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an issue for us. southwestern utah and in the central portions of our state dry conditions expected for us today. it's the wind that is going to be our big story. a fire weather warning or red flag warning. this begins at noon today and goes through 8:00 this evening as we're looking at winds gusting to 45. with much drier air moving in, we're going to be dealing with a higher firege profile vehicles and say goodbye to the trash cancel. 84-degrees. gusts to 45 this afternoon. still windy for us tonight. it will slowly start to diminish but look at the low, 59. much cooler air being pulled in behind the system. 81 the expected high on friday but the weekend is looking great for life is beautiful. >> dana: time to take you live
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new york city. i know you come to vegas occasionally, sometimes with your children. have you ever been to that up bar at the wyoming it's a cool bar. >> it is beautiful. yes, i have been there and i love how you can look out over the water fall there. it is going to get more beautiful. a makeover for a remodel of the ac of 1 president $1 million. calls for open views of the casino floor. >> dana: as long as we can see the water falls we are ok with the remodel. chipotle and mcdonald's on polar opposites but mcdonald's is
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>> mcdonald's owned chipotle 10 or 15 years ago. they got a history together. this shows how much things have changed in the restaurant industry. chipotle said customers who left aren't coming back and going to cheaper places like mcdonald's instead. chipotle launched a new round of ads trying to get people to come back to the restaurant. >> they helped them get started and spun them off. then they became bigger than mcdonald's. >> dana: you learn something new every day. >> that was 14 years ago. >> dana: we'll check in again tomorrow. >> kim: this story affects every single person watching right now. whenever you go online, your every move is being track and
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all of that information. more than 60% of americans consider that unauthorized digital tracking as very intrusive. this is according to consumer reports. so this morning in a news 3 exclusive advice to help you take control of your personal information. it can be creepy when you search for a medical condition online and then a related ad pops up on your jean. >> it's called digital tracking and it happens all the able to tell you what information is being collected and how it's being used. >> page after page of advice for protecting your privacy. here are four easy steps you can take to limit digital tracking. install an ad blocker that blocks ads that come with tracking software. check your phone settings to see
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off any that don't need to know. be cautious of google. >> as you use google it is collecting a tremendous amount of information about you and it does that no matter where you go online. >> kim: you can see how much google tracks if you l there are alternative search engines like duck duck go that don't track their users. anyone else heard about a self-deleting email? i hasn't until they just filled news. say you stick with google search. you can tweak the settings and delete the records of what you search and the youtube videos that you watch. more consumer report tips for
5:22 am >> this is ath freakiest story of the morning. this guy is walking out of the royal canadian mint and walking a little funny because he is smuggling gold out of the joint. wait until you hear how he was able to smuggle it out. each time he went through the metal they serged him and couldn't find it. he put it up his bum and nearly killed him. a bank teller reported this unusual transaction he was trying to deposit these into a bank. they thought it was unusual and eventually that man was taken into custody. >> kim: that is the first time we're talking about booty in a booty on the program.
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beautiful. it will be this week end in las vegas. we have your tour of what to expect. join the ride. we're checking in live with kendall ahead. >> dana: naked donald trump turning heads here in las vegas. we're going to tell you where you're going to be able to see i'm really good at war. i love war in a certain way.
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nuclear, just the power the devastation, is very important to me. i want to be unpredictable, unpredictable, unpredictable, unpredictable.
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at lamb where we have this overturned vehicle. emergency crews on scene and we're going to look at your travel times with that from craig to the bowl currently five minutes. we'll keep our eyes on that. let's get a check of the forecast with kelly. >> let's get you headed out the door this morning where we are seeing a few clouds in the area. here is a look at the temperatures still a little bit humid but much drier air moving in. winds 29-mile per hour sustained by 1:00. >> dana: we had it blurred out. >> kim: wasn't much to blur. >> dana: according to the maker of the statute. >> kim: he's from here in las vegas. this is just off freemont and
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this is across travis anderson the street fromthe festival taks weekend. the artist is from here in las vegas. we do not know how long this creation of the donald will be in downtown las vegas. but at least through the life is beautiful festival. >> dana: a lot of people will be taking pictures of donald trump. this picture has gone viral. this is an elderly vendor out of chicago. when this went viral, you won't believe what happened next. >> kim: something else that went viral is getting a lot of attention and this is a local picture. has to do with colin kaepernick
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. he's a race-baiting, xenophobic, religious bigot. donald trump is a phony, a fraud. he's not a serious adult. i can't vote for donald trump given the things that he said. trump should not be supported. i believe he's disqualified himself to be president.
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i'm catherine cortez masto and i approve thisis message. they're bringing drugs, they're bringing crime, they're rapists. narrator: and joe heck says "i have high hopes we'll see donald trump become president." i don't know what i said, aah... narrator: heck says he "completely supports" trump. i would bomb the [bleep] out of them. narrator: and heck?
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heck: i do. reporter: why do you say that? heck: why wouldn't i? narrator: donald trump and joe heck.
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>> kelly: hang on to your hats today. forget the exophoria hold hair spray, it is not going to cut it this afternoon. we have a wind advisory in place. red flag warnings in place this afternoon. 84 is our high. look at the winds. gusting to 45 miles per hour. we're going to talk more about it in 10 minutes. >> dana: a bad night on the street. charlotte, north carolina began as a peaceful protest. second protest in that city. several store front in the uptown area were damaged. we have a live look out of the area. you see some of the damage in the light of day there. last night it was chaotic from end to end here. we even had protestor on protestor violence and one person was shot in all of this currently listed in critical condition said to be on life support this morning. four officers were also injured
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the demonstrations protesting the fatal police shooting of keith scott. witnesses at the scene say scott did not have a gun, was just reading a book in his car. multile police accounts say he did have a gun and everybody wants to see the footage that was taken the night keith scott was shot dead. >> kim: because of the images we're taking in, i saw a cnn reporter talking about how a young injury because of the chaos that ensued and he believes this young man is in grave condition. it is leading to possibly a fatality in that regard because they are not sure if this young man has brain activity. we're going local with this one. it has to do with that former english teacher from legacy high we were talking about yesterday. we know his fate.
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the judge sentencing him to a maximum of sew years behind bars. craig reports he will be eligible for parole after five years. he was arrested in april and he did accept a plea deal concerning two felony counts. she admitted to police when asked if he had sex with a 17-year-old student he said yes, it's true. while that student was over the age of consent, it is still relationship with one of their students. >> dana: a local pop warner football team joining the national protest started by colin kaepernick. this happened at the all american park on buffalo. look at your screen. every member of the red lions team took a knee in protest during the national anthem following the lead of many nfl players including colin kaepernick.
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that picture. the coach of the team says that the players themselves made the decision. >> i understand the protest if that's how they want to do it, that's their freedom and i would stand next to them whether i agree or not, i would defend their right to do it. i don't see why we need to have it out here with five and six-year-old kids as an entire sponsored team. right now employed mayweather has not commented on this video. he sponsors this local pop warner football team. >> kim: we take you back to charlotte, north carolina. what happened down below over the overnight hours is disturbing. you are waking up to anger in north carolina's biggest city.
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the death of a black man by police officers. just hours ago it escalated big time and there were wildly different stories about what happened from authorities and what happened from the victim's family and neighbors. we had protestor on protestor violence throughout the night. we will have a live report in about 20 minutes from now. >> dana: the cry of the company that makes the epi woman: here in nevada, those were the worst days of our lives,
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"a blip on the radar." that's just how out of touch joe heck is. narrator: after heck sponsored a bill giving tax breaks to big banks, he took over $500,000 from wall street-- including banks who caused the housing crisis. it's clear what joe heck's priorities are, and families like mine get left behind. narrator: afscme people is responsible
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speed may not be available in your area. call today. ?? call today. [ fly buzzing ] did you know people can save over $500 when they switch to progressive? did you brush your hair today? yes, mom. why? hmm. no reason. >> kim: remember this picture that went viral. it sparked so much compassion that led to a successful go fund me campaign. this week he received a check for close to $400,000. the money gathered from people who opened their hearts. this is the kindness of strangers who popped online to help him out. he's raising his grandchildren and he and his wife have been
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their adult daughter pass add way recently. this has been a lifesaver because he's going to continue to work even though he's getting all this tremendous support. 17,000 people pitched in to raise money for this couple. the money continues to go up for this family. >> dana: can you believe that guy? he has a third of a million dollars push the cart around. >> jeff: some people like to work and get enjoyment out of that job. we have two accidents to tell you about. 95 as awe approach charleston. not a lot of slowing though. this is 15 at lamb overturned vehicle. they should have that cleaned up quickly. as for travel times on this thursday, 95-515 northbound clear.
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here is kelly. >> we're looking at temperatures outside in the 70's for the most part. much drier air is moving in along with strong winds. here is what we're expecting for the kids heading off to school. low 70's for the morning bell. low 80's at lunchtime. the winds this aft on to your hats. 45-mile per hour gusts. >> kim: we have been warned. we transition to live images coming out of new jersey the home of the bombing suspect where the f.b.i. says the man in police custody in the hospital in new jersey. they continue to find new information and you are waking up to new images we're sharing this morning of surveillance
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jersey. this taking place as the f.b.i. steps up the search for eyewitnesses in the bombing investigation. >> dana: just when you thought it was safe to eat blue bell ice cream, there are new concerns this morning. we're going to tell you what health officials are saying could be inside there. >> kim: coming up in our 6:00 hour this getting lost finds an ironic new getting lost finds an ironic new home. where he ended home. don't believe... don't believe... don't believe joe heck's attacks. catherine cortez masto has always served with integrity. as a federal prosecutor
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felony crime. she worked with the bush and obama administrations to combat terrorism. as attorney general, she helped reduce crime. that's why she's endorsed by law enforcement across nevada. catherine cortez masto. catherine cortez masto. i trust her to keep us safe. i'm catherine cortez masto,
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. i know more about isis then the generals do. john mccain, a war hero. he's not a war hero, he's a war hero because he was captured. 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.
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>> krystal: from the breaking news desk torrential rains triggered floods and landslides. the national disaster management agency said about 1,000 villages [indiscernible] heavy downpours are expected to continue until the flip side of el service nino. >> not a great day for milan c.e.o. facing questions about the dramatic increase in the cost of the epi pen.
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$600 per pen. she's been criticized for increases in her salary during that same time period. she argued that the company only makes a$50 on each pen. she says milan has found a balance between the price of the drug and access in schools. >> now you are going to have a generic of the generic and that is going to be $300. >> yes. we >> the only thing you change asked the name. this is why we don't believe you. if the price goes from 608 to 300, your election collection on that is higher and you are telling me your net profit is going to go down? >> jason not having it saying some parents don't have a choice when it comes to life saving medical devices like the epi pen. >> kim: we saw something quite
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when you are able to unite democrats and republicans in the united states of america on anything, you got a problem. speaking of problems, blue bell is recalling two flavors of ice cream over listeria terrence. they are doing this out of abundance of caution. it's chocolate chip and two step. it could contain listeria. it was last year that forced that company to stop production and issue a massive recall for all of its products. >> dana: when i see that orange octagon over jeff's shoulder, me no like. >> jeff: not a good sign. that means another accident popped up. we have one at tropicana. as we take a look at your speeds
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so not too slow. a lot of compute commuters waking one that nightmare yesterday that created a two hour backup. right now it's clear. hopefully it stays that way. >> kelly: you've got to see this. this is boulder city yesterday. we had a couple of rounds of showers that made their another break. check this out. we got a rainbow in boulder city. how pretty is that? here is a look at the temperatures as you are stepping out the door this morning centennial 69. paradise 76. sunrise 74 right now. it's muggy stepping out the door. much drier air is moving in. rain showers exiting the region. we have thunderstorms right now.
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dry conditions for us. the wind is the big issue for us today. all the area shaded in pink is the fire weather warning. winds gusting to 45 miles per hour. dangerous cross winds. higher fire danger as well. here is a look at the temperatures we expect today. pahrump 80. boulder city 82. tonight indian springs dow 50. in las vegas the low tonight 59. 81 tomorrow. little breezy in the morning but winds diminish in the afternoon and the weekend is looking spectacular. >> kim: i have to make sure my we've is extra tight as we walk out in the winds. brad pitt is currently being investigated by the los angeles police department and it has to
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abuse with his own children. >> dana: they are depicted in wax on the las vegas strip. now they are making changes to this. we'll tell you what is different today than yesterday coming we are one nation under god. that black and white, we are one nation indivisible.
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i'd like to punch him in the face. you know what they used to do to guys like that? they'd be carried out in a stretcher, folks. i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters. priorities usa action is responsible
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>> kim: life beautiful and we have a pretty person to talk about it. that is our kendall standing by live with what we should expect this weekend this huge festival. >> reporter: good morning. you can see we are in downtown las vegas getting you a sneak peek preview into life is beautiful, the festival kicking
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we're going to get you around the street closures. i want to introduce you to the man behind the music. this is craig. let's talk about this lineup because have you gotten so much positive feedback for who is hitting the stages here. >> we're excited in year four. we received the most positive feedback on the lineup to we're excited about all of those. >> reporter: we'll continue to get you sneak peeks behind the festival around music, attar, taste and ideas. >> kim: thank you. and tom has done a terrific job as far as mapping out your way around or to the area and we have that at
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hour. it is water cooler time. >> dana: we're talking about the breakup of brad and angelina jolie. and their wax figures, they have separated their images. their wax figures. people still want to take their pictures with b their wax figures. they are not going to be standing to each other. we know what led up to their separation. ed the to do with a drunken night last wednesday night in los angeles. the couple and their children were on a private jet. according to tmz and "people" magazine brad pitt had been drinking heavily on that flight and he verbally and physically
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including his wife angelina jolie and now the lapd is investigating along with the l.a. department of children and family services. he was so drunk according to these reports that he also tried to get in a fuel truck on the tarmac after the plane landed. witnesses saw this. somebody made an anonymous call to the l.a. county department of children services and they got involved in all of this. investigation. what is the real story? we don't know. there were multiple sources reporting he was drunk and got abusive with at least one of his children. >> kim: nbc news is investigating the reports and natalie is reporting live from los angeles this morning in the 7:30 half hour of the today show. still to come, we're checking in live with tries tracy potts. she's our expert on all things
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>> dana: i think it is. the first debate is coming up monday n night.. what kind of person would misuse the topic of rape in a political campaign? joe heck, that's who. the truth is, as attorney general, catherine cortez masto
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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 and i approve this message. right now, get the centurylink prism tv essential package bundleled with up to 40 megs of high-speed internet for just 75 dollars a month. you'll get over 150 channels, with tons of pro and college sports... reality and drama shows... hit hollywood movies... and tons of hd channels. plus interactive features, like a huge on-demand library, whole-home dvr, a wireless set-top box, and prism on the go, for watching tv on your time. you'll also get up to 40 megs of high-speed internet for the whole family to surf, stream, and play online. bundle and save by getting tv and internet for 75 dollars a month. just call...
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>> dana: another night of protest in charlotte. a state of emergency has been declared. a live report coming up in seconds. kite what brad pitt accused of doing to one of his own children and why the los angeles police department is currently investigating. >> kim: developing right now, we have a charlotte. >> dana: state of emergency has been declared there. let's go live to the scene for the latest. >> city of charlotte looks a bit normal behind me right now but it is anything but. north carolina's largest city in an official state of emergency with many on pins and needles wondering if tonight will be the same as the past two. >> the early morning police in


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