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>> reed: what a tragic and bizarre story unfolding continually in south carolina tonight where police found a woman chained in a locked storage container. >> she's been missing two months. the owner of the property where she was found is in jail tonight. and as jay gray explains police are searching for other victims the rescue woman told them may be buried there. a gruesome discovery thven a as investigators search 100 acres across rural south carolina. >> we did find a body in a shallow grave. on this piece of property around 10:00 a.m. this morning. >> reporter: and now they're
that, you know, we don't have a serial killer our hands. could be what we have. >> reporter: that concern after 30-year-old kayla brown was rescued from a locked metal storage containor the property where she had been held captive more than two months. >> it was pretty emotional to say the least when she was found. especially she was chained like a dog. >> reporter: brown told authorities she believest there. police arrested the property owner. he's been charged with kidnapping and stood before a judge for the first time in the case during a bond hearing this afternoon. police searching his property have uncovered weapons, ammunition and a car they say belongs to brown's boyfriend, charlie carver, who is still missing. >> we're not done here. we're not going to be done here. -- until we are 100 percent sure we don't have anymore evidence
jay gray nbc news. >> reed: a new york police department sergeant shot and killed chasing a burglary suspect today. another sergeant was shot in the same incident. police say they responded to a home invasion in progress. the suspect took off in a car. they gave chase. during the chase the suspect started firing at the sergeants. he hit one of them in the head. the sergeant is dead tonight. the other sergeant also shot more than ten times. the suspect died in this interchange. >> jim: we have newly released security video to show you tonight of the moments before a school bus plowed into a car then took off the side of a baltimore city bus killing five people and the school bus driver who authorities now say should not have been driving in the first place. a close look. the video shows the barrel barreling down the street as the speed appeared to be a lot
the driver, glen chapel's commercial vehicle license had been suspended two months ago when he failed to provide medical certification. sources say investigators think the bus was going between 45 to 50 miles an hour. the speed limit is 30. the autopsy is not back yet. it could shed light on whether he suffered a medical episode right before the crash. >> reed: guilty verdicts in the bridge gate trial involving allies of new jersey governor christie's former deputy chief of staff bridget kelly and port authority appointee bill barone were found guilty on all charges including conspiracy and wire fraud. they were charged in the plot to use traffic jams to punish a democratic mayor who didn't endorse christie's re-election in 2013. christie has denied any knowledge of the plot. federal guidelines suggests the sentence of 1-three years and we are understanding sentencing will happen in february.
its discredited storied about a gang rape at the university of virginia fraternity house there. the story called "a rape on campus" was published in november 2014. a woman identified as jackie claimed she had been beaten and raped by seven men. police found in evidence the rape happened and the reporter sabrina reuben never spoke to the men identified as jackie's attackers. the university of virginia administrator nicole sued. the magazine, its publisher and the writer of the article are all found liable. and they've been asking for seven-and-a-half million dollars in damages. no word yet on exactly how much this award will be. >> reed: as decision 2016 looms, hillary clinton and her allies are spending and out spending donald trump and his backers by two to one in key battleground states. nbc news reports that overall
spent on presidential tv ads in 13 battleground states. one of them being nevada. of that total, clinton and her allies have spent about $260 million on ads in those markets while team trump has shelled out about $125 million. one month ago the clinton forces led by a 4-one margin in the battleground states but a big last minute influx of cash from trump and his boosters narrowed that gap considerably. advertising analytics. >> jim: the trump and clinton campaign proud a lot of controversy and they've consume add lot of cash along the way. just like every other part of the 2016 campaign, the money trail is anything but politics as usual. hillary clinton's biggest outside dollars came from wall street for donald trump his biggest source of individual donors is retirees and real estate businesses. both campaigns are being fueled
committees. >> there's a super pac called priorities usa action that is the super pac backing hillary clinton. not the other super pacs aren't helping as well but this one is totally devoted to getting her elected. priorities usa action has raised a lot of money. donald trump has a couple of super pacs that are backing him. one problem has been that it's never been clear which one is the favored super pac. so donors kind of don't know who tove >> jim: to find out more about who is paying what to elect the next president watch the full report this sunday on full measure with sharyl attkisson at 9:00 a.m. and again at 9:30 p.m. >> reed: many of you have already voted but we know there are still some struggling to make a decision. are you decided? we want to hear from you. take our poll on twitter and facebook and email us at news3lv.com and tell us why you are having a hard time choosing a candidate this election season. >> jim: still ahead tonight,
recall list. >> reed: this time it has nothing to do with smart phones. look at that. that's a washing machine. the latest product under fire tonight. >> jim: it was really a cool day for local baseball standout kris bryant and he and his chicago cub teammates celebrated their world series championship in the streets of chicago with a parade 5 million people came out. randy has more on that and an operation football preview ahead in with all of the shenanigans danny tarkanian's pulled in nevada -- helping set up fake charities used to scam nevada seniors, failing to pay thousands in property taxes, losing $17 million in a failed development scheme,
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>> reed: we hope that you tomorrow. wjla in washington, d.c. takes on the national topic of the opioid epidemic with michelle marsh. she talks with former speaker of the house newt gingrich, former obama advisor van jones and former congressman patrick kennedy. what can your congressmen do to help stop this epidemic? starting at 4:00 p.m. >> jim: almost 3 million top loading washing machines made by
march of 2011 showing you a couple of examples here. there have been more than 700 reports of this happening. starts with excessive vibration and in the worst cases the thing breaks apart, the top comes off. one person suffered a broken jaw. if you have one of these machines you can get a repair or rebate. the company is also recommending in the meantime to use only the gentle cycle. we've got all that information on 3l coming up tonight on "news 3 live at seven." voting in tuesday's election is a right to all americans. but many southern nevadans especially new residents can't vote at all. at seven, the miscommunication that is keeping them from the polls. >> jim: an animal attack at a retirement community. the unlikely creature that had people scrambling for cover plus any breaking news if it happens. all tonight on "news 3 live at seven." >> reed: news 3 is your weather authority. kevin janison joins us with a look outside. early voting numbers just coming
close for early voting. 43,296. anybody that stood in line had nice temperatures tonight. >> i have early numbers as well. it doesn't matter which side you are on. >> you love them. >> we're out there. we're all voting yes. keep them coming. great view from on top of mandalay bay. it is a friday night as we look out at the fabulous las vegas strip. it is a very comfortable evening after a sun drenched the east but that's about it. a glorious weekend up on the mountain. our camera at the lodge capturing a couple people wearing short sleeves. 77 on the east side. sahara and nellis. they're dealing with 30 percent humidity. buffalo and lake mead at 70. and 40 percent. one more stop takes us to maryland parkway and silverado ranch. comfortably in the 70s pretty
elevation on the far west side. still 78s, 77s and 76s. 71 in pahrump. boulder city checking in at 73. and you could map out your day for saturday starting in the mid-60s if you leave at 8:00 a.m. leave the house that is. mid-70s lunchtime. going up to about 80 for the high temperature. unlike earlier in the week there won't be any wind. should stay below ten miles per hour. we were wch some of the clouds. look how close they get to las vegas. they're close. a couple of showers out there. but these clouds are not going to make it in the valley. i'm not even sure they're going to make it into clark county. big area of high pressure here. this core is going way up into western canada and that's going to allow the mild temperatures to keep filtering right in to our region. 63 in reno. 66 san francisco. if you are traveling this weekend, look for a saturday
mid-70s along the southern california coast. southern california pahrump 40s. high temperatures for your saturday afternoon. nice. 60 on the mountain. 82 at the lake. 78 in boulder city. and 76 in sandy valley. our valley tonight under a clear sky should bottom out at 62 degrees. then the rebound for your saturday afternoon dare i say we'll be living large again? 81 the high. we'll be close. some neighborhoods will easily get there especially on the east side of town. we'll stay right around that 80 degree threshold through at least wednesday and we may trail off at the end of next week. one of the reasons is we're going have less hours of daylight. so that sun is going to be setting earlier and earlier and it gets tougher to get to 80. but i'm not complaining. >> reed: neither am i. >> jim: thank you. a great weekend.
but massive parade in chicago today for the cubs and our hometown guy kris bryant. >> why not start with a party? on november 17th baseball will announce the most available player award and kris bryant is a frontrunner to win it. that would be a cool moment for the 24-year-old. probably not as cool as the moment he took part in today in chicago estimated 5 million fans lined the streets to watch bryant and the cubs roll through the windy city to celebrate their bryant wore a championship belt. fans were crazy for over an hour. it started at wrigley field. headed down the magnificent mile and ended at a rally at grant park. ben zobrist held his trophy for the fans to see as the cubs win their first series since 1908. >> wow! unbelievable. i can't believe this.
but this is definitely a team award for this team. this is a team full of mvps and we're in a city of mvps. >> really cool stuff there. second round of the shriners in summerlin. up and down tourney for local pros. not so good for charlie and kevin. they missed the cut. bonanza grad scott piercy. not a very good shot on the 11th he left himself a long birdie attempt. misses that one. a couple of holes later a birdie chance again for percy. just misses that. stays at six under. that's where he finished. brooks gets this one to fall ten under for a share of the lead. how about yesterday's leader? great approach shot for the 47-year-old. puts him within birdie distance. holding on to the lead going
fight weekend in las vegas. today at the wynn manny pacquiao is on the scale. 27-year-old jesse vargas from las vegas his opponent. ten years younger than pacquiao will have a five inch height advance and four inch reach advantage when they step into the rink. manny is an eight to one favorite. let's talk football. the four a playoffs begin thursday night lights one of those games. amber dixon is standing by at basic high school the site of one of those games. sounds like it could be a pretty good match up tonight. >> reporter: el dorado at basic. el dorado the school behind me and basic, they are both coming off two straight losses. however basic has had tougher competitions. led by the senior quarterback mccalister they should be able to pull off a win tonight.
winner of football at canyon springs. valley visits depending sunrise region champion liberty high. silverado travels to las vegas and undefeated sierra vista welcomes undefeated state champion bishop gorman for the southwest league title. class 3a state quarter final with senior jacob. a multi-weapon. these two teams have quite a bit of history. moapa val valley has eliminated them the past two years. in 2014 they played each other in the state championship and moapa valley won in overtime. will moapa valley be able to
move past moapa valley? find out tonight at 11 on operation football. amber diks on live at basic high school. back to you. >> looking forward to it. we got all of the guys in place. kick off is 7:00. we'll have it all covered tonight. >> you huddled up and break. [ laughter ] thanks. a bouncing baby boy for one family brings a lot more than just a new addition. >> reed: how the cubs world serie "she ate like a pig." "i'd look her right in that fat, ugly face of hers..." donald trump calls women "bimbos", "dogs", and "fat pigs." but congressman crescent hardy said he'd support donald trump 100%. nevada, there's a better choice: ruben kihuen. kihuen pushed to crack down on employers who pay women less than men. and kihuen will always protect a woman's right to choose. ruben kihuen for nevada.
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dangerous thing. when i come home and dinner's not ready i go through the roof. grab 'em by the p****". when you're a star, they let you do it. you can do anything. more accusers coming forward to say they were sexually assaulted by donald trump. i'll go backstage before a show... yes.. and everyone's getting dressed. donald trump walked into the dressing room standing there with no clothes. you see these incredible looking women. i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. she ate like a pig. a person who's flat-chested is very hard to be a 10. do you treat women with respect? uh... i can't say that either. alright, good.
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and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember."
>> reed: finally tonight,
a cubs fan is especially happy now that his own team has won the world series because he won a pretty big bet. >> jim: when his wife a former miss america -- how is this guy doing? when she found out she was pregnant earlier this year she proposed this bet to her husband. the couple decided if the kuns
newborn wrigley. if not the baby's name would be oliver. well the couple had their third child a boy, on halloween. and they stuck to it. his name is wrigley. i like it. >> reed: i like it too. i think a lot of people will name their children wrigley. >> jim: it remembers this momentous time in their lives. that's going to wrap it up for us. >> reed: news 3 live at seven is next. we're going to talk a setting our clocks back and look setting our clocks back and look forward to having batteries in forward to having batteries in ask yourself: if joe heck was
on your side, why did he threaten to shut down the government on his crusade to defund planned parenthood? side with the wall street banks when he called nevada's foreclosure crisis a "blip"? and why did joe heck put payday lenders and their shameful interest rates first when he took their money? nevada, it's time to put people before the corporate special interests.
it's still if there and people are bleeding. >> reed: an animal attack at a retirement community. the unlikely creature that had residents scrambling for cover. >> announcer: news 3 starts right now. . >> latoya: a marine corps veteran shot dead as police say he drove his car right at them. thanks for staying with us. i'm latoya silmon. >> reed: i'm reed cowan. a year later a public hearing are seeing. all those moments leading up to the death of 55-year-old james francis smith. news 3's denise rosch has our top story tonight. >> reporter: to this day no one can say why this happened. smith was shot and killed right here in this parking lot after police say he intentionally rammed a metro cruiser then drove directly at two clark county school district police officers. a public hearing today laying