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witnesses say that that man was in the apartment during the shooting. that apartment right here behind us. metro does say that man has warrants and they are holding him to see if he was involved in the shooting. they also tell us there's one woman in the apartment but they think she was staying there. she is not a suspect. police tell us when the 30-year-old hispanic man was shot, the same woman helped him out of the apartment but he died moments later. detectives said there were multiple handguns found at the once by a gunshot wound to the chest. police also tell us this does not appear to be a domestic dispute and could be gang-related because the victim has gang ties according to metro. as for the people who live in the area, they are concerned about violent crime. >> gangs and drugs and we'll be the ones who will suffer. i don't want my kids seeing me laying out in the alley behind
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>> reporter: metro has been out here since 1:00 today. no word when they will wrap up. christy wilcox, news 3. >> christy, thank you. if you haven't turned your heater on yet this weekend, you may need to. >> some changes are coming. >> yeah, chloe beardsley is here today. is it time to get out a parka like that thick. >> rain jacket on sunday. parka next week. [laughter] >> there's your forecast. you can go home. it will get cool around here. so if you didn't do your black friday shopping for the blankets and jackets, heed the warning. 58 degrees in las vegas. northern nevada, in the 40s and 30s over there. so yes, but we're still going to see cool temperatures for tonight. we're tracking the next storm that will shake things up. strong area of low pressure already moving into the west coast. a snapshot of where the radar is showing us.
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california. but it's only a matter of hours before we start to see the impacts from this storm across southern nevada. you can see the increased clouds throughout the day. here's what we're anticipating for the weekend. you can see as the system continues to move into the coast, we'll see the winds pick up significantly tomorrow night and sunday with a chance of showers for the valley and potentially mountain snow. we'll have a time line coming up. guys? >> it. a woman convicted of killing a his penis in 2001 will get a new hearing with a new judge. kirstin lobato was 18 when police say a man tried to sexual assault her. that's when she pulled out the knife and she put the man, duran bailey. the weapon was not discovered at the crime scene. police uncovered incriminating evidence they say she made. she was convicted in 2002 and then in 2006. the nevada supreme court
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hearing based on quick decisions made by her trial judge. a north las vegas murder suspect caught on surveillance escaping from an interrogation room back in september, they've now linked him to two more murders according to police. he was recaptured two days after making that bold escape. north las vegas police video shows 25-year-old alonso perez getting out of handcuffs. police say bullet tests point to perez as a triple murderer. news 3's antonio castelan joins us live outside of the north las vegas police department with this >> reporter: reed, new details from the police report say that alonso perez did not know two of the victims. we did speak to some of the victims' family members. they say they still fear alonso perez. north las vegas police video shows the time 25-year-old alonso perez broke out of handcuffs inside an inteargation room and escaped. days later, he would be recaptured.
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candelario duran, mohammed robinson and jeff johnson are all tied to alonso perez. this is what mohammed robinson's said at the time of perez's arrest. >> you will pay for this. >> reporter: north las vegas police say candelario duran was his first murder victim and johnson was the last. in mid-august, police found duran shot behind an apartment complex on said about her father's murder. >> he will always be in our hearts forever. i hope this person who did this to him, i want justice for this. >> reporter: police say the same night robinson was killed, perez shot jeff johnson, a father of four. this is when he was still in critical condition. detectives say on the night of the murder, johnson found perez at his friend's backyard.
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chased him on his motorcycle and that's when perez fired two shots hitting johnson in the head. in the police report it says perez was high on meth when he committed his last two murders. reporting live, antonio castelan, news 3. >> thank you. well, an 11-year-old girl killed in an atv crash in arizona not far from bullhead city. the mohave county sheriff's department said the girl was on an atv with another girl when it crashed into a ditch and hit a the 11-year-old suffered internal injuries and died at the scene. authorities say it doesn't appear they were speeding. a local sportsbook is looking to cash in on video games. william hill has partnered with the downtown grand from casino to begin offering bets on profession tal video games tournaments. news 3's sergio avila is live from game works and this is reaching new heights. >> reporter: for the first time,
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who they thought was going to win a major video game tournament in oakland, california. one pro i spoke to says it's just the next natural step in the evolution of this sport. john then wendell, aka fatal1ty, has been a professional gamer since the 1990s. >> people being able to bet i think is a testa f 21st century. >> reporter: he took the first e-sports bet. e-sports is paid for cash and bragging rights. >> they are playing for real money. >> reporter: we found this 28-year-old, dale simmons, inside the sports center. he said he would have never
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would explode like this. >> i probably would have told my mom i could pay video games. we can win a lot of money. >> reporter: they get endorsements, just like athletes. >> my kids might want to go up and be professional video game players one day. i will encourage them every step of the way. >> reporter: he says there should be more bet on e-sports coming up soon but they tell us they will stick to only the major, major tournaments like those that happen here in las vegas. sergio avila, news 3. back to you in the studio. today isn't just friday. it's black friday. the day people kick off their holiday shopping. faith jessie is live at the galleria where there was no shortage of excited shoppers. >> reporter: not at all. some of these stores are in
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shoppers are increasing by the hour, searching for those best black friday deals. crowds of people flooded the galleria in search of the best deals. >> things i normally like that are on sale. >> reporter: they joined the estimated 970,000 black friday shoppers hitting the stores in our state according to the retail association of nevada. with her grandson but she reflected on a time when it wasn't soap hectic. >> it used to be that you stayed at home and did games. >> reporter: those days appear to be over as more than 15 stores opened at 6:00 p.m. on thanksgiving day. >> we started shopping at 3:00 a.m. >> reporter: increasing hours could be a factor why more are leaving home and coming out for the deals but are the deals worth it?
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we had to put it on right away. that was worth it. >> reporter: is it worth it? >> yeah. i got a pc-3. >> reporter: a survey by the national retail federation shows american consumers plan to spend on average $935.58 during the holiday shopping season on both their kids and themselves. >> so far we've been spending $1500. >> reporter: although many enjoy the in-shopping convenience, the the national retail federation says cyber monday is expected to draw in 36% of consumers compared to 34% in 2015. >> we use amazon, for sure. >> reporter: according to the national retail federation, retail sales in another and december are expected to increase by 3.6%. that's well over $650 -- excuse me. $650billion. this year.
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mall for news 3. >> thank you. black friday typically means opening day for the lee canyon ski resort. >> not this year thanks to unseasonably warm temperatures. all right. so maybe pick up a forever furry friend. ahead, how long the adoption specials will last. and business is booming this black friday. coming up a closer look at the explosion of sales.
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a live look at the magical forest. how beautiful is that. favorite tradition for many locals. they are kicking off the season for the lighting of the tree. >> it helps those with intellectual disabilities. this year features attractions for kids, including the
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nightly through january 1st. lights and decorations may be going up, but there's still one thing missing, snow. >> yeah. lee canyon ski resort historically opens on black friday but it's been so warm, the destination could use a little love from mother nature. kelsey thomas takes us up the mountain. >> reporter: you guys, it's still sweater weather up here at lee canyon. skiers and snowboarders not too happy to see this sign. you can see there is a little bit of snow. all of the people looking to work off that turkey and stuffy don't mind. no snow means more time for s'mores. >> is there anyone on this planet that doesn't like a s'more? >> reporter: frank is fireside with his wife on mount charleston. visiting from toronto, they wanted to sight see outside of las vegas. >> this is a beautiful area. that's for sure. >> reporter: along nearby hiking
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higgins and her dad to the mountain. >> we're trying to avoid --[ inaudible ] >> reporter: as the sun peeks through, she can't help but reminisce. >> it would be wonderful to go back and do some things they did in the old days. ski down a couple of runs on a bathing suit. [laughter] >> reporter: no baiting suits today. just a spin in the corvette with >> it's great. 47 degrees and the heater going full blast makes it very comfortable. >> lift check. party of four. >> reporter: here at the lodge, even a touch of snow means more business. >> we had a couple of teases in the last couple of weeks but as you can see, not enough to play in or to really materialize. we're hoping. >> reporter: now it's up to the weather to add to this manmade snow before the ski lifts start moving. but here on mountain, it's easy
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snow to enjoy winter. >> it's just gorgeous here. >> reporter: outside of las vegas.the forecast is ideal for snow making on under is. it all depends on mother nature. reporting from lee canyon, kelsey thomas, news 3. >> and lee canyon hopes to open on december 9th. if you are thinking about getting in some skiing or snowboarding this weekend, brian head is open. but the runs are limited. this a webcam. a little dark. the resort has a couple of chairs open. they also have night skiing tomorrow for just 20 bucks. brianhead is in southern utah. >> good mexican food across the way. i always love that hole in the wall. chloe beardsley is our weather authority. that made me want to ski. >> not close to home but i will tell you this year will get up
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next storm that we're already tracking that's moving into the west coast but first we're going to look outside. you can see beautiful weather this evening. it's still chilly outside. we've basically seen clear skies the entire afternoon. pretty in pioche. mostly clear in pahrump this afternoon and, of course, a lot of sunshine at mount charleston. it will be a different picture by sunday night, though. also very calm conditions at lake mead and wall-to-wall sunshine in las vegas. you can't be mad at this weather. highs today, mid- to upper 60s, well above normal for this time of year. but those numbers are going to decrease significantly over the next few days. right now, we're mostly in the 50s around town and winds are fairly light in the valley at the moment. we're only coming in at 31 degrees at mount charleston. in the upper 40s for indian springs. low 50s for pahrump. wait until you see where the numbers go from there. a quick look at our friends
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you can already see this storm from the pacific starting to clash into the coastline. already bringing some rainfall to the pacific northwest in northern california. for us, it's mostly been increased clouds to the north of us. but big changes can starting tomorrow night. here's what's happening. you can see the system bringing heavy rainfall along the california coastline continuing to move inland. up to 12 inches of snow is expected in parts of the sierra. on the highest peaks up to 2 feet. skiers and snowboarders across the sierra. as we get closer to our area, may see a dusting of snow as we make our way saturday night into sunday. we're also going to see some very strong winds from the system as it rips through our region. you can see it right there. most of the precipitation will be limited to the north of us. but we're still expecting a splash of showers by sunday. a few weather alerts to point out. we just have a wind advisory in
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las vegas area for gusts up to 50 miles an hour. sustained winds between 25 and 35 miles an hour. this is happening saturday night into sunday afternoon. so right around noon is when this thing is going to expire on sunday. so we're basically in for a bumpy ride on saturday night. probably not going to sleep very well. overnight lows in the 30s. under clear skies in vegas. 43 for overton. 20s in mount charleston. if you liked outside -- temperatures outside today, plan on wearing what you wore today tomorrow. gusts reaching up to 30 miles an hour. increasing more into tomorrow. as we look ahead to the next few days, not only are we expecting the wind speeds to kick up saturday night into sunday, the chance of showers most likely expected to be on sunday early on in the morning to the late morning hours but also the
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mid-60s which was what we saw today for most parts of vegas down to the mid-50s on sunday and the cooling trend is just going to continue as coast our way into the next workweek. >> thank you. it was a major mess last weekend when the southern beltway closed at the airport connector. the job was not quite completed. as tom hawley shows us, another closure is needed. >> reporter: this is the stretch of the beltway that was weekend. the idea was to put girders up and over the top and you don't want to be doing that when you have motorists down below. they did a pretty good. there's one small span at the end with a couple of girders missing. this monday night into tuesday morning, the last girder goes in place. right now they have it staged over to the side with the crane. so it's ready to go in. but in order to do that, they won't close down the freeway completely this time but the eastbound lanes of 215 shut down
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that means coming from the west side of council, the clark county public works department suggesting exiting back as far as jones or decatur or las vegas boulevard, then take surface streets and you can re-enter the 215 at windmill or warm springs. you will be able to take this loop ramp that takes you into the airport connector. you just won't be able to take the 215 over the top. one more closure for gird kerr installation, then there will be later closures but the major freeway closures following one more monday night into tuesday morning. tom hawley reporting from sky 3. >> thank you. american mourns a tv icon. >> we'll look back on the life of one of the favorite tv moms, florence henderson. and the deals you can get
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denny's knows the holidays should be shared with friends and family. except denny's all-new holiday pancakes. you won't want to share those with anybody. denny's new fluffier, tastier,
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a 15-year-old girl is missing and her family is hoping you recognize her and help bring her home safely. cassy kauffman reported missing three weeks ago from sun valley. that's near reno. she's 5'8", about 165 pounds with burgundy hair and blue eyes. the family says they miss her very much and hope someone recognizes her. if you see her, call the center for search and investigations for missing children at we also have this information on our website. the holidays coming early for some local families and even more so for animals. the animal foundation waiving adoption fees this weekend for the home for the pawlidayz sale. people were lined up out the door to find a new member for the family. 100 animals were adopted out. thanks to zappos, fees are waived through monday. so many adorable faces looking
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>> we have all kinds of dogs. we have some adorable puppies. we had an american eskimo. we have adorable pit bulls who make great best friends and lots and lots to choose from. >> the adoption center on mojave near bonanza is open from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. daily. they ask that you get there by 6:00 p.m. if you want to adopt. it's a nice courtyard there. you can go take a dog for a test >> i love how they call it the pawlidayz. >> yes. the president-elect contacts his international peers. >> details on conversations had with world leaders. and a mad dash for deals is
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beal out there at opportunity village. santa is out there. >> whether you are heading to the stores or you went online, black friday shoppers have already spent billions of dollars tda season is just beginning. dianne gallagher breaks down the numbers. [ cheers ] >> reporter: from new york to california and every state in between, millions of americans are skiping out on that extra slice of pie by scooping up those major black friday sales. >> i'm going to four different stores. i'm kind of rushing between each one. >> not as crazy as i thought it would be.


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