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turned more combative since the last debate 10 days ago. danielle nottingham explains. hillary clinton and donald trump will meet in their final presidential debate at the university of nevada in las vegas n poll shows clinton is ahead by 9-points in a four way race. (trump) "i don't believe the polls anymore. i don't believe them." in recent days, trump said the election is rigged despite offering no evidence of voter fraud. ivanka trump says her father will do the right thing once the votes have been counted. (ivanka trump, donald trump's daughter) but to your point, if he'll either win or he won't win, and i believe he'll accept the outcome either way.
questions about clinton's trustworthiness. wikileaks has released a steady stream of hacked emails from clinton campaign manager john podesta. in one exchange - podesta wrote the campaign had taken on a lot of water over clinton's email scandal. bridge: clinton will get the first question tonight...and experts predict the fireworks will fly soon after that. (jacob thompson, unlv professor) trump will literally throw everything in the kitchen sink at hillary. dr. jacob thompson is a professor and debate coach at u-n-l-v. he says clinton should be ready for the unexpected. (thompson) think. since the last debate more than a half dozen women have accused trump of unwanted sexual advances. allegations he denies. experts say tonight's face-off could reach new lows in presidential debate history. danielle nottingham, cbs news, las vegas, nevada. ((dave courvoisier)) both campaigns have been busy preparing their respective candidate for
measure. it's just one of several major roads partially shut down throughout the evening. >> here's a map to help show you the extent o f clsoures near u-n-l-v and even on the freeway. interstate 15 south from sahara to 215-eastbound through the airport connector to russell road will be shut down for a bit between now and 10 tonight. russell road will be closed in both directions from the airport to maryland parkway. and maryland is shutdown going bo tropicana. portions of swenson will also be closed off throughout the evening near campus. >> road closures around campus will also affect traffic near the airport. metro police say if you have to catch a flight this evening---give yourself extra time to find alternative routes. police recomment taking flamingo to paradise south if you're coming from the east side of the valley. and those heading to mccarraon from the west side...consider taking tropicana to paradise. ((mauricio marin))
road will be closed on and off throughout the night. so if you can---avoid the entire area near u-n-l-v even though the debate is scheduled to wrap up at 7:30. reporting live...mauricio marin. 8 news now./// ((denise valdez)) thanks mauricio... we'll check back in with dave in a bit. this morning we spoke with donald trumps former campaign manager who now is a contributor for cnn. corey lewandowski expects a spirited discussion on foreign policy, immigration and taxes: (( ey campaign mgr: "i think tonight is the last opportunity for each of these candidates to make a direct appeal before the american people with a large audience and so i think being themselves is important and being honest is really the most important thing. and i think one of the candidates has had a hard time doing that and so tonight i think each of their records are fair game and i think tonight what you will see is a discussion between the differences of what their opinions are and how they would govern the country moving forward.")) ((denise valdez)) what-ever the outcome, lewandowski says the election will be transforma
someone who's never run for elected office before, or the first female president in u.s. history./// ((denise valdez)) senator harry reid talked with reporters in henderson today -- and had strong words for donald trump.. addressing trump's claims of a rigged election.. reid said a foreign entity, an individual, or anyone else cannot rig an election in this country. he pointed out the administration of elections is completely decentralized: ((sen. harry reid/ (d) nevada i think the only thing rigged i've seen in this election is his mind.. how would a good american citizen do everything they could saying the election's rigged )) ((denise valdez)) >> thousands of entities at the local level are responsible for administering general elections in the united states, and each state supervises those elections.. the federal government is the least involved in the process. ((denise valdez)) tonight's debate is not slowing down the campaign trail. both candidates had big names out and about... gathering support for them. 8 news now reporter karen
karen? ((karen castro)) >> both candiates had celebrities campaigning for them today... with one thing in mind: locking in the latino vote in nevada. legendary mexican band, los tigres del norte, made several stops through out the day... including at the wall of taco trucks rally in front of the trump international hotel. there, they spoke to a large crowd of mainly labor union members who support hillary clinton. reverend jesse jackson was also there. the band then moved on to "tacos el gordo" where clinton made los tigres del norte often advocate for immigrant rights through their music and are hoping lock in the latino vote for clinton. ((jorge hernandez - lead singer, los tigres del norte: this election is very complicated and we that's why we stand by our people, people that's been together with the group for a long, long time.)) ((karen castro)) >> meanwhile, earlier this afternoon the nevada republican party hosted a hispanic debate rally celebration at havana grill, a cuban restaurant.
members from "women for trump" spoke during the event including donald trump's daughter in law, lara trump and former apprentice contestants omarosa, and katrina campins. campins is the daughter of cuban-american parents. she works in real-estate and is in charge of the hispanic outreach for the trump campaign. ((katrina campins - former apprentice contestant: i have many cuban american clients, mexican clients, people from venezuela, you name it and they're all in support of donald trump.)) ((karen castro)) >> nevada is not only a swing largest share of eligible latino voters in the country. reporting live, karen castro, 8 news now. ((denise valdez)) we'll be on social media all evening... during and after the debate. let us know how you think the candidates do tonight on facebook and twitter... using the hashtag "vegas debate"./// ((denise valdez)) a lot of other news to get to tonight. still ahead -- the mayor of boulder city admitted to an ethics violation in office today. plus -- the meetings with the nfl big guns are over. so what's next for the oakland
ahh, i don't remember. narrator: and joe heck says i have "high hopes we'll see donald trump become president." trump: you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever. narrator: heck says he "completely supports" trump. i
love war in a certain way. narrator: and heck? reporter: do you trust him having his finger on the nuclear button? heck: i do. reporter: why do you say that? heck: why wouldn't i? narrator: donald trump and joe heck. wrong for nevada. i've seen what can happen
ered in laramie, wyoming, in 1998. he was befriended by two men in a bar who pretended to be gay. they offered him a ride home, and when he was in their car, they robbed him and beat him. they drove matt out to the prairie and tied him to a split-rail fence, then beat him some more and left him for dead. in the aftermath of matt's death, my family saw the best of america in the love and support we were shown. so when i see the hate that donald trump has brought to his campaign for president, fies me. i'd like to punch him in the face, i'll tell ya. ahh, i don't know what i said, uhh, i don't remember. he's a mexican. i could stand in the middle of fifth avenue and shoot somebody, and i wouldn't... words have an influence. violence causes pain. hate can rip us apart. i know what can happen as the result of hate, and donald trump should never be our president. priorities usa action
near the auto mall in henderson police say the man stole a car at eastern and charleston... and was speeding down the 95 when nhp tried to pull him over. he eventually took the exit at "auto show drive" and tried carjacking another couple nearby. that's when he was shot by police. he's now being treated at sunrise hospital./// ((denise valdez)) the mayor of boulder city admitted to an ethics violation this morning. the ethics issue was first reported by the i-team back in may after it was learned that mayor rod woodbury had voted on city contracts awarded to oe george knapp is here with news about how the ethics commission ruled. ((george knapp)) officials in boulder city have kept the ethics commission busy over the last couple of years. mayor woodbury is the latest to be found in violation of state ethics laws. the commission agreed to the equivalent of a plea deal this morning, or what it calls a stipulated agreement in which mayor woodbury admitted to a non-willfull violation. the violation involved a boulder city contractor named urban
home--work that didn't go so well. the company frequently frequently bids on jobs for the city. woodbury is not only a customer, he was the lawyer for the company. while representing urban jungle in a lawsuit, he voted four times to award city contracts to the company worth around $200,000 dollars. only once did he disclose his relationship. the ethics commission found that, contrary to the advice given to woodbury by the city attorney, he should have abstained from voting altogether. ordered the mayor, city council, and city staff to undergo ethics training. ((judy prutzman/ethics commission attorney: by the terms of the stipulated agreement, mayor woodbury agrees to facilitate an ethics training session with the commission's executive director for the boulder city council members and staff to insure they understand the disclosure and abstention requirements, especially as they apply to consent agenda items. )) boulder city officials have been found in violation of
current mayor but former mayor, former vice mayor and council member as well as the city attorney, for incidents that were first reported by the i-team after complaints were filed by former police chief tom finn. ((george knapp)) >> mayor woodbury issued a statement saying he doesn't think this matter should have ever been considered by the ethics commission but that he agrees ethics training could be a good thing for city officials to take. we have posted the full agreement on our website, as well as the mayor's at and the original i-team report about the relationship the city has had with urban jungle.///
some locales could see those winds as early as tonight but expected to be windiest in the colorado river valley where a fire weather watch will go into effect. ........................ ........... ............ evening planner shows another mild to cool tnight under mostly clear skies. winds remain light early with breezes kicking up a little later in the evening but the real wind comes tomorrow. not anticipating those winds to be as windy as this will become breezy for tomorrow as well as thursday. ........... ........................ .................. temperatures this afternoon around the valley in the low 80's and seasonal temps around the region. warmest for the east side of the valley where we're lower in elevation and coolest for the west side where we're higher in elevation, especially up in kyle canyon. ........................ ........... .................... regional temps also remained
mesquite all the way down to laughlin with mild temps all up and down the river over to inyo county. mild to cooler temps up in the southern great basin as temperatures stayed seasonal all around the region. ............. ...................... ..................... record heat continues for the the southern plains and over to the east coast where atlanta was actually warmer than las vegas today as we stayed near seasonal as the other half of the country stayed warmer than no. ... .......................... satellite and radar showing a system tracking to the north bringing both clouds and sun in some spots. we haven't seen anything to bring clouds here, but we will begin to see the high come in off the coast and bring not only warmer weather this week, but stronger winds as well tomorrow and thursday. unfortunately we won't see any rain, but we could see more wildfire alerts issued for tomorrow and thursday. ................................ ... ................ tonight expect some neighborhoods to drop down to the high 50's and mostly clear to clear skies with winds slightly breezy late and overnight. another mild to warm day tomorrow wh mostly sunny skies
plan to the owners for the first time it's way too early to make a decision but now the 31 other owners have something to think about. the raiders over mark davis as nobody should think about him using vegas as leverage to get something done in oakland mark davis raiders owner "i'm going to say this for the last time when i met with governor sandoval for the very first time he looked me "i'm going to say this for the last time when i met with governor sandoval for the very first time he looked me in the eye and said are you using us as leverage to get a better deal somewhere else i told him i've never done the city and if they come up with what we're talking about then we will do our best to come to las vegas about a week before i call the special session he called me up we had lunch let me in the eye and said is that still stand and i said absolutely." ((chris maathuis)) davis will conduct a few more market studies las vegas was there we have to be analyzed. commissioner roger gadel didn't say much about vegas but then i asked him about the city as a viable host
nfl commissioner i'm not going to speculate on that las vegas is a city that is known for its entertainment it's a big city and will have to evaluate that in the context of that" ((chris maathuis)) so now all the owners will go home digest the information their next meeting is coming up on december 14 in irving texas reporting from houston chris maathuis 8 sports now ((denise valdez)) make sure to tune in to 8 news now at 11... as we continue to follow all th meeting with the nfl owners./// ((denise valdez)) the final countdown is on. donald trump and hillary clinton will square off for one last time tonight... right here in las vegas. we'll check back in with dave at the thomas and mack.. next on your local election headquarters.///
minutes frot third and final presidential debate. most of the roads around unlv are shut down and will not reopen until about 10 tonight. dave courvoisier has been on site all afternoon and joins us now for one last look at the action happening at the thomas and mack. ((dave courvoisier)) ((denise valdez)) thanks for watching 8
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