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>> and allegedly touching a teenage girl inappropriately. >> the tackles this young boy had to slich out of to score a slip out of to score alifesavin. >> police are on the scene of a emergency situation. >> officers not giving a lot of other details tty, situation as you can see from our image here. >> we have a crew just arriving there and we'll bring you the latest information on this newscast or for hurry on news3 today tomorrow. >> the final presidential debate is almost here. good evening everyone i'm jim snyder. >> and i'm marie mortera. traffic nightmare for some drivers, it is our top story
for you. >> let's start with news3's john treanor. john the crowds and security are going to cause major delays. >> reporter: let me put it this way, it took us 20 minutes to get from our station to unlv, on wednesday, we won't be that lucky. the road to the white house runs through las vegas. or we should say the las vegas, if traffic is as complicated as it promise he to be, the road will be slow. a national stage for the university. >> getting students involved, we've had a lecture series. >> as unlv professor dan lee tells us, phone registration in the county is up but the real benefit is a big number followed following a dollar sign.
university in the way of air time. >> just kind of foster voter engagement and knowledge. >> what kind of debate will it be? donald trump tweeting that the shackles are off, about two weeks ago, it might be as ugly as the first two. but headaches for anyone on the road, these are the closures intermittent between 4:00 and 10:00. >> allowing for parking and check in checking bags and stuff like that, add another 30 to 60 minutes to the time. >> let's hope the delays are not one for the record books, too. guys this debate obviously must-watch tv. you'll want to get home to get to it.
not only road closures but how to avoid them. our tips to you, check that out before you hit the streets. >> the road to the debate continues to get more tense by the hour. la toya simmons joins us in the studio. >> e-mails and claiming that voters are committing widesprad he's fighting to change the conversation but tonight his wife is peeking out about the very subject he's trying to change while a nevada candidate is trying to clear up a few things as well. in wisconsin, donald trump highlighted what supporters said was a smoke gun in hillary clinton's private e-mails case. >> undersecretary of state patrick kennedy made the request
quid pro quo. >> no quid pro quo, no exchange here. >> both agencies say an agent wrongly linked separate issues. the fbi's request to send agents to iraq and the state department's request to leave clinton's e-mails classified, while trump is trying to move beyond his 2005 comments on that melani is saying that billy bush is to blame. >> for host to say, dirty and bad stuff. >> nbc had just announced that bush will not be returning to his job on the today show. meanwhile, here at home, nevada representative joe heck hopes to set the record straight, he's
heck's campaign claims he was supportive of trump because of the access hollywood video not because it would hurt his chance he election night. meanwhile hillary clinton took the day off to prepare for wednesday's debate with trump and it's shaping up to be one of those make or break moments for the election this year. >> what, 21 days or less for the last debate. >> thank you la tiea. rallying for support of clinton. katherine cortez masto, no word where he will be speak and what
you can check up news3lv.com. >> a volunteer football coach at silverado high school is accused of having an inappropriate relationship with a teen aged girl. christy wilcox takes a look. >> the arrest of 21-year-old volunteer freshman football coach jordan turner is a disappointment to some students not because he helped the athletes there but because they rap. parents of the athletes have other concerns. >> priority is there to protect our children and in order do to do that you need to know what's going on with your children. >> turner is accused of lewdness with a child and kidnapping. this parent who did not want to be identified, as a mentor to students, it sends a wrong
respect. >> according to turner, he asked her to take a ride to his house to pick up his sister. that's when he started to touch her breast. she tried to scoot away, she was scared and shake. she didn't have permission to ride in the car by her parents. >> you have to resp women and men, and you can't touch people without permission. >> asking, what would you do for me to help start flag football. she may not have been the only victim. >> in the arrest report, turner admits they were laughing and joking in the car. he might have poked her in the breast, denies anything happened, he was driving at the
a semi, carrying pigs, rolled off near the gorge near st. george, utah, unfortunately the crash did kill some of the animals. no word what caused the rollover. >> the most intense body camera images, we're warning you it's graphic. a string of robberies all ove >> metro police chased 50-year-old rex wilson from the stratosphere to the 215 fort apache yesterday, pointed what was a gun but turned out it was a spray nozzle wrapped in black tape to make it look like a gun.
him. a narcotics pipe was found, and the words sorry on his dash was written in his blood. it's official, governor bryan sandoval has just signed the bill that would help bring the oakland raiders to las vegas. coming up will have reaction from raiders owner mark dixon. and the next stop. >> an incredible journey that took him from a hospital bed to the end zone up next. >> about 62 at 7:00 a.m. on our way to the 80s tomorrow, but hang on more wind in the forecast.
you've heard plenty about joe heck and the tax breaks he's voted for. for oil companies and the millions the oil billionaire koch brothers have spent to elect him. bad enough. but heck voted time and time again
to limit nevada solar. risking jobs and higher rates. for nevada families, it's personal. catherine cortez masto will expand clean energy solar jobs.
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>> new at 11, you're going to like this one. an incredible and inspiring story out of the simply playing football, a lot of kids take for granted. but that dream came true and part of a truly remarkable day. >> it's been a long road, it's been a quiet dream for me. >> what made eddie's touchdown run so special is it represented 13-year-old's event grader's long fulfilling of a dream.
when eddie was diagnosed with morquillo syndrome. >> he is missing an enzyme. >> eddie's pirt is enough to duet him into the end zone. >> weeks and weeks of recovery and he's still one of the >> i see him doing a lot of things you wouldn't think he could do. >> number 11, eddie kimenow! >> i knew this was happening today for a couple of weeks but never in a mill years thought it would be this crazy with everyone here. >> so with that backdrop, we give you another look at eddie kimenow's touchdown run.
>> yeah yeah. >> i want to thank all my teammates for helping me and blocking for me and making sure i don't get killed. >> as for eddie being an inspiration -- >> i'm inspired by a lot of people and i didn't know i was an influence until right now, really. >> well, you are and even more people in las vegas, eddie. we're all on team his parents for all they've done over the years. his dad said, it was amazing to see him so happy and his dream came true. >> no cheerleaders needed, the team was there. heroes here at home. firefighters continue to monitor a fire on mt. charleston. we're talking about the october fire, burning since friday.
hiker's camp fire accidentally started it. the fire has burned 27 acres now in steep terrain is making it difficult to put out. it is not threatening any homes, good thing, and the fire is 35% contained. >> news3 is your weather authority as we start a new work week and really busy one. >> talk about weather it was a busy night for weather as well. those winds were how. they are picking up on wednesday, i don't know if you want your own political humor or not. but a few gusts over 30 miles per hour. first things first, if you're able to catch the pass of the international space station, you enjoyed it like we did, a slow moving star moving across the sky. moving at a speed of 17,500 miles an hour. we got to see it for about six
wednesday evening and we'll remind you before then. the next show was the priet fult full moon, wasn't that impressive? it looked 16% larger, pretty cool. sparkling night across the las vegas valley, despite the concludes we had earlier. small flat cumulus clouds have since dissipated. we are clear and expect to stay clear allig 70? in cadence but i want to show you this, five miles per hour, they had a gus to 56 miles per hour. st. rose in bermuda. and early morning gust of 53 miles per hour. stay in this capacity through
ooh quite a few that gusted over 40 miles per hour. same story outside the valley. things quiet for the overnight but earlier today they were gusting and this was really during the early morning hours. search light at primm also joined the early morning club. our forecast last night at 11:00 was for 79, easily within the three degree guarantee. another $100 for volunteers in medicine and climbing. now, the air quality report, green, green is our favorite color when it comes to air quality. nothing going on out there pollution wise. easily up into the upper 70s by lunch time, will peak into the 80s. on wednesday we've got another weak front coming in, it is weak nothing like what we saw over
through, actually i think it's going to pass up around 2:00, 3:00 no. afternoon. wind behind it but not for several hours. we won't see the breezes for late wednesday. one day only sale should be gone by thursday. 37 for pahrump. laughlin 87 and still 91 in debt valley. 62?, clear sky and five to 10 miles per hour, easier to sleep tonight without things bouncing around outside. plenty of sunshine, 82 is your expected high on tuesday. wind shift, front goes through around 2:00 or 3:00 in the afternoon. then after that broabl eight hours before those breezes pick up. they'll continue to blow through
kelly will keep you updated on that arrival of the impending afternoon front beginning 4:30 a.m. on news3 today. knocking the temperature down a few breezes but breeziness whether we have a a debate. let the punch lines begin. >> i'll leave it to you, i get enough e-mails as it >> real men wear pink?
jim childs: one of the ways criminals avoid background checks is by going online
and connecting with strangers to buy guns. as someone in law enforcement, i think that's dangerous. millions of guns are sold through websites like this, most with no background checks, no questions asked. the law requires background checks in gun stores; why don't we require them online? a few clicks of the mouse, now a bad guy is armed - and potentially dangerous.
>> it's a hello to las vegas. i think it's located where everybody can come in. >> how difficult do you think it will be to get enough owners to say yes? >> i don't think in terms of difficulty. >> what difficulty are you thinking of? >> it's the greatest contribution to a stadium project in the history of the united states. >> the stadium would open in 2020. the stadium where the cardi pink with the special breast cancer awareness hat. returned to the grand canyon state. arizona david johnson was up to the task. runs of two, two and here, 58 yards, three td's total and the arizona keep the team out of the
toronto, down 0-2 in the series, going into tonight, bleudges blue jaishad to face trevor bauo got tiches on his pinkie finger. he walked two and got two out, game tied at home run, jason kip thrvetionisg yard. one game away from going to the yard. one game away from going to the world series. i'm catherine cortez masto
>> news3 christy wilcox live there. christy. >> metro officer is out here talking to us about what's going on behind. you can hear them talking to the suspect. domestic violence, adult male in his 30s that got into an argument with his father. it escalated, son retrieved the gas himself and the home. turned on the gas. we saw some people over on the other block here on the other side, waiting to get beyond the barricade out here. reporting from the scene i'm christy wilcox, i'll send it back to the studio.
turned on. >> we understand some people forced out of their homes have been allowed into a nearby hotel. we are talking about that's off in the distance there, definitely a swais we're going to keep on watching for hurry. >> we'll have another update for you on news3 today. >> we're going to turn a page not the zombie apocalypse but the walkinged the will be taking on henderson. >> the zombie 5k, invasion of the dead, starts at [ cheers and applause ] ?? >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guest -- miley cyrus,
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