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right now on news3 live at 5:00. a local business opens the fan rally. and they're eventually coming to town. jerry brown will talk about our forecast for the start of the your weather authority. and deadly shooting in henderson, why police suspect the gunmen was the victim's roommate. h . they haven't moved here yet, but fans of raiders aren't waiting. >> the first home game of the season. welcome everyone. i'm gerard ramalho.
the new stadium for the nhl franchise. but that's not stopping fans from embracing them as their local team already. >> news3 joins us live at the highway and twang. >> reporter: raiders technically belong to oakland, that's not stopping a l fans out here in las vegas from accepting them as their official home team. take a look at the tour. you can see that mighty tower of the oakland raiders. they build here, a lot of folks out here at this bar just trying to show their support. this week, we got our first look at what the proposed 65,000 seat stadium could look like. that comes a tea a hefty price tag. $1.9 billion. this is still far from a done
doesn't get the $750 million in public invest ment. that money likely come fraying a tax. they are hopeful the deal will get done sooner rather than later. we love our raider family. and so that's why everyone is so excited for them to come to las vegas and support the dome. this is a huge opportunity for us not only as raider fans, but as the community in las vegas. going to talk to some of the folks, the leaders from the corporation. they're out here mingling with fans right now. i'm going to talk to them about updates on the stadium talk. what happens next, we'll have that coming up at 6 o'clock. reporting live. nathan o'neal news3. thanks. very good. and of course, news3 is your weather authority after storms and heavy rains last night, a bit of a chance to dry out. >> well the raiders wouldn't have need ed a domed stadium
materialize. although we did have the showers this morning. i've got the pictures to prove it. you can see the dreary start to the day. only getting a little sunshine and clouds building over the mound. still some more clouds. enough clouds to suppress our temperatures. look at this. we are in the 80 -- it's august folks and in the mid 80s. across the shrill. that extends over southern nevada as well. hardly a 90 degree reading. the only thing you have to do is go to triple digits. how about 93 in pahrump. 85 up in indian springs, just really nice day. after that rain went through this morning. and an interesting active morning. but once it went through, a few showers up over the mountains, you can see a sprinkle right there. what are we looking at tonight? partly cloudy skies. low 70s in the cities last night. it should be there. and we're talking about 60s out
it will be warming up by monday for the first day of school, i can guarantee you that. my forecast up ahead. >> closed east of third -- due to recent storm damage. these are pictures posted by the national park service of the repair work that's taking place. over the past 24 hours, storms dumped at least a inch and a half of rain causing flash the road around ten last night. and most of you familiar with the area, the road does provide access to cotton wood dove mer reeb nah. it's been washed out in some locations. and the it's covered with debris in other areas. the goal is to complete the repairs and reopen that road by tomorrow. now a news3 crime alert, two deadly shootings earlier this morning. one in henderson and the other
neighborhood near commerce and kerry on castle street. they found a 19-year-old man shot in the road there. he was pronounced dead at the scene. police say the shootings does not appear to be a random act of violence. anyone who can help the investigation to call crime stopper (702) 385-5555. and in henderson, a man accused of shooting his roommate. this happened shortly after six. in a authorities say a neighbor heard shots fired at another house and called 911. henderson police arrived on scene within about five minutes of the gaited community and took one man into custody. the victim described as a man in his late 20s or early 30s. we've lived here for about 6-7 years, and this is the first time anything like this happened. >> this is the first time we've
in the house at the time. she was not injured. two downtown las vegas casinos will pay a big fine to the nevada gaming control board. the federal two complaints against them. the sun reports the owner of a golden gait casino and sister casino in las vegas the will pay a $250,000 fine for improperly documenting customer pay outs. the golden gait casino never recorded a $5,000 pay out in 2015. the dean was accused of different customer without checking that person's credit. and an alert, if you're making plans tonight, ndot restricting lanes on the i 15 south along the las vegas strip, starting at 9:00 p.m. all for paving repairs just south of spring mountain roads. all lanes will reopen 5:00 a.m. sunday. a big make over for a -- a
school. and nevada senator and minority leader harry reed spoke of the event. including 12 and a half million dollars to restore both buildings to their original appearance. the school first opened in 1923 as a grammar school and was the first school to open its doors to african-american students back in the 1940s. they closed in the 60s and was still used. and today, not just any collected by the biggest entertainers in las vegas and his wife. and then emily started selling off aitems from the bizarre property known as the slammer. the 8,000 square foot home is in the area of wigwam and rain bow in the southwest valley. after 23 years, they moved out last year. now it's being emptied out so the home can be levelled. everything was up for sale. including furniture and
wacky knickknacks. >> just a big big house. and also, we're selling other people's stuff. almost everyone that i knew that got divorced spent six weeks living here. so there's stuff -- i don't know who's it is. >> when a home is knocked down, it'll be filmed and used as a movie that he's apart of. it'll eventually be redeveloped. you know there's crazy stuff there. if i'm not mistaken, there was a >> next on news3 live at 5:00, the funeral for the number of victims of the mas i have earthquake as they continue to search through the rubble. plus southern nevada, nothing a lot more people
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>> reporter: obviously time and hope is running out. they have not pulled out anyone alive since thursday. this is a country in mourning and coming to grips with the full scale. more than 2,000 people left without homes. a lot of those who lost their lives have their funerals on start. a state funeral for 35 just nine-year-old, she lost her life. her tiny four-year-old sister was found alive, a miracle, relatives said. >> they were in an embrace. it was a embrace of death and life. >> reporter: those who brought their lives were brought back to their villages. one man who lost four relatives here. a lot of soul searching and a lot of finger pointing as well.
protecting people ahead of time is is a totally different matter. back to you. still ahead, a type of ingenuity that would make tom hanks proud. a couple gets stranded on a deserted island. the lengths they had to go to get attention of rescuers. plus anymore rain before school starts, jerry will
says four and a half inches of rain fell in a 24 hour period. creating the flash flood emergency. there were no reports of injuries. people in indianapolis can't seem to catch a break from bad weather. first there were tornados earlier this week. and flooding has blocked streets, stranded drivers. and some abandoned their cars. and some had to kayak to get around. and news3 of course, your weather authority, we want to check in on jerry brown. we had a pretty decent storm here last night. and today is actually beautiful outside. >> temperature turned out pretty nice. i'll take 80s in august. we have some moisture through our valley this morning, but all the action, especially the light show and lightening is generally last night. and the morning, just kind of a dreary start. but then a pretty nice night as
our day. this is a view from the beautiful las vegas springs preserve. look into the east. and you won't see much of a sunrise there. obscured by the clouds. plenty of cloud cover around today. and that certainly has suppressed our temperatures across the valley. take a look at the elementary. northeast valley, 89?. look at this, almost a third of an inch of rain fell. and that's since might not. dew point at 50?. relative general winds generally at nine miles per hour. and indicator bing 89? there as well. as well as elevated relative humidity and dew point temperatures. here are your rain fall figures. you can see generally from spring valley, points north of southern valley, we didn't get much at all since might not. seventeenth 1100s at north las vegas airport. a tenth at eldorado and a tenth -- here are our current
in the low 80s, was, to the mid 80s and upper 80s here at our downtown studios. and around southern nevada, 86 in the speed, and 85 in indian springs. pahrump still in the low 90s. one thermometer over there, primm at 86? let's take a look at official figures for las vegas today. how about 90?, a full ten below normal. and our ninth day below normal. a morning low of 71 at the that's usually one of the warmest around. so we were in the 60s in the suburbs last night. and we'll be there again tonight. 87 currently the official reading for las vegas. we're looking at a a high tomorrow of 98. noticeably warmer today. and also, noticeably drier as dew points will be down with low humidity values. you see that swirl in the atmosphere. that's the upper atmosphere i can low with the rain.
don't expect them down over here. staying way to our east, nothing going on for the foreseeable future. overnight tonight, partly cloudy, cooler air, especially in the suburbs. generally in the 70s or 60s. and highs tomorrow, noticeably warmer than today. we will see 1100s in eastern parts of clark county. but very low 1100s. 99 in pahrump, and 95 in indian springs. and 98 with the noticeably drier air. 7:00 a.m., 76, 91 at noon, but not all that big warm up over the afternoon hours. it's 5:00 p.m. from the afternoon high. and looking a i head through the
of school. it's always warm, it seems, when ccsd opens its doors. and warmer on tuesday, and we start to edge back down and in the 90s by week's end. that's not half bad at all for us. september is still -- not meet logically, but asked no, ma'amically, september is still the summer months. >> the cooler weather for sure. you can feel it out there. and for those of you curious, on behalf of jerry and myself, i would like to welcome alexis. the team here, you should be following her on twitter at alexis reporter. >> twitter and instagram. snapchat. >> she's all over the place and she's going to be here joining us and putting good news up. >> happy to be here. >> you'll get purple in there. >> next time. >> yeah. make sure to include me on these phone calls. >> thank you. it was the scene that will remind people of the movie cast away. the u.s. coast guard rescued two
uninhabited island in the pacific ocean and signalled for help by writing sos in the sand. the pair set out in a motor boat from micro knee eh shah. this was ten days ago. in what the coast guard called limited supplies and no emergency equipment. >> when the couple didn't arrive at their destination the
next day, they began a search that took a week. the coast guard air crew found them and took the photos. a boat was sent to pick up the survivors. i'd be curious to kw apparently that worked. coming up, the football team kicks off their season on national television tonight against one of the top teams in
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>> [inaudible] pretty cool. we haven't had a chance to do it. not because we didn't want it. not play. so it's just, some things worked out, sometimes they don't. this year, you know, we ended up getting picked up against texas. and our number one ranked team? texas and in the country. so in high school football, as far as fan base and you know everything that comes with high school football, you know, we're fired up and we're excited. ready to roll. well speaking of texas football, two weeks before the season opener, bad news the cowboy fans. antonio row moe showed he had a broken bone in his back. he made that announce ment today. they'll suffer that injury against the sea hawks thursday night. the veterans are suppose ed to miss 6-10 weeks. rookie prescott is expect ed to staeer in his place in week one. the new york giants.
game of the night happened in desert pine. centennial. jags, they had the play of the night. you know why, it's isaiah morris, he had a couple of plays of the night. check it out, he's going to go to the left. nothing there. going to go back to the right. cup up field. get a block down field and turns on the jets. and morris is going to go 59 yards. a pretty good play there as well. jamal is going to scram sxbl run defenders, brice hunter halls it in. that tie s the game at seven. why is this the game at of the night morris is going to touch it. and going to take it to the house once again. how about 48 touchdown run. the guy had 100 yards and two touchdowns and two touches in the first quarter. and how about unlb group. airs it out by tony fields for a score of 217. look like a route right?
centennial 44-41. and finally, we have our chris bryant last night. didn't
have a chance to show you this was our football coverage. but they were taking on the dodgers. they had a big lead. bryant had his thirty-fifth home run the eighth inning. the las vegas kid comes up in the tenth, and it's his thirty-sixth home run. 36 homers, that's the game winner chicago wins the eighty-second game. chris bryant. 36 home runs in the game. >> he turned out to be that, appreciate i. as a new school kicks off, parents and teachers asking an old question. how do we get students to learn more? >> researchers at the university of nevada think they have the
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maybe they had good seats. good luck catching him. hope he didn't leave any souvenirs on th night, terrifying flight. a southwest jet with more than 100 people on board forced to make an emergency landing after the sound of an explosion. hitting home. gun violence strikes the family of nba superstar dwyane wade. one of the latest innocent victims. tunnel team. underground with the u.s. border patrol on a mission to stop smuggling. on the run, they expose the russian doping scandal. our richard engel with the whistle-blowers in hiding who fear the russian government is trying to kill them. second chance. as a tornado destroyed their gym, they huddled in the basement. a year later, we're there as the young gymnasts get the surprise of a lifetime. "nightly news" begins