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mother's ashes after they were stolen from his home. quite a story, reed. >> reporter: quite a story. we're coming to you live on an apartment complex on cambridge and twain. during this election cycle we are hearing a lot about the media, i wanted to introduce you to one of the new eggs members
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axel. someone's ashes had been stolen and then found, abandoned behind a washing machine behind a apartment complex. ahaunting thought, from the worker who took the ashes. >> i saw there was a flame on the box, something needs to be done about this. >> reporter: so axel went to work, determined to bring shu lichtenaur, who died oyear ago, back to her family. >> i could not sleep. >> he brought her together with her father. >> she was taken from my residence. >> it turns out the ashes was part of a robber's grab three
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all the while one of las vegas's newest reporters hoping for that to happen. >> the humanity, you know, belief in humanity and having feelings and care. there are still people out there like that. >> i think our job is to help the community. human, he's a human being. the person was a human being when she was alive so i'm ready sure she might have done the same thing. >> reporter: so if you've heard that phrase jaded reporter jim and marie, this young guy is anything but. back to you. >> love to see it, reed thank you for that. just 24 hours before they face
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major party candidates have agreed to meet with benjamin netanyahu. he had a rocky relationship with president obama and likely meet with him on wednesday. >> ending up in missouri, missy is her name, animal control workers found an i.d. outdated informational, the two stepped in and found the owners on facebook. finding that family had two special needs children, they took missy to that family. a local car rental place actually donated a vehicle to make it all happen. >> this place is juiced! >> that's right, all the crowds
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from there. >> we wouldn't be able to hear you then. >> we love at a, lots going often. great recreational level. red rock is just going to be flat out gorgeous. mid 70s to low 80s, perfect hiking be beautiful. if you want to take ride up the i-15. wind has really backed off, now it's blowing at 6. calm in las vegas, one more stop, mountain it's 55? on the way down to lower 40s overnight. we don't have much wind blowing in the valley. that's not going to list much locker.
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many valley neighborhoods made it to that mark. the lake got to 34 and the wind blowing around some pretty mild and 10? below normal air. our forecast was for 80, within the three? guarantee. cha ching! >> upper 80s for the high. not too much wind. gusts 15, 20 miles per hour, and on saturday a few more gusts over 20 miles per hour. the wind machine, moving slowly, losing its grich on us.
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is trying to slide into california and that might help duet us a slight increase. not anywhere near what happened yesterday. temperatures, mountain 49, pahrump, 41. those are the cold ones. high temperatures tomorrow 86 in sandy valley, 89 over the hump. and 92 in laughlin. las vegas valley should be clear. breeze not a we'll ramp up the temperature about half a dozen?. 87 the expected temperature in town. 91 at the lake. water temperature is coming down with a thud. mid 80s last week, mid 70s this week. 65 up on the mountain after that cold morning low and we do
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mountain. gusts 25 miles per hour. how about next week? i'm feeling -- you feel that cold coming on? high temperatures mid 80s to about 90, there's nothing like september, october and november in las vegas after you have endured the hottest summer on record. we deserve this. >> thanks kevin. the las vegas strip. >> three days a week they will perform, tickets go on sale, but if you have the american express card you can survive those tickets wednesday. >> and tickets are $39. >> i understand they are going to move into the same theatre
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>> if it was really hip i'd join district attorney steve wolfson: as district attorney, i've prosecuted a lot of violent people. our background check laws have stopped over 5,000 dangerous but a loophole makes it easy for those same dangerous people to buy guns. they get them at gun shows and online from perfect strangers with no background checks, no questions asked. it's a dangerous loophole. closing it will save lives. let's make it harder for criminals, safer for us. yes on question 1. "it's halloween time my frightful fiends,
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don't miss halloween time at the disneyland resort it's wicked fun in both parks. don't believe... don't believe... don't believe joe heck's attacks. catherine cortez masto has always served with integrity. as a federal prosecutor and attorney general... she made sex trafficking a felony crime. she worked with the bush and obama administrations to combat terrorism. as attorney general, she helped reduce crime. that's why she's endorsed by law enforcement across nevada. e cortez masto. catherine cortez masto. i trust her to keep us safe. i'm catherine cortez masto,
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horner: i was proud to stand for our country. i will not stand for congressman hardrdy and donald trump insulting seniors and veterans. hardy wants to raise the retirement age and said seniors who rely on programs like social security are a draw on government and the disabled are a drain on society. and then there's donald trump. they're just not for us. dccc is responsible for the content of this advertising. in football going for two can be risky. in pizza? it's a sure thing. now get two medium two toppings pizzas for just $6.99 each. that's right just $6.99 each. better ingredients. better pizza.
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>> we're shadow ridge marching band. operation football starts now! >> live from the news3 studios, this is operation football with randy howe and a brought to you by findley toyota. >> operation football. their season is almost half over, amber dixon, the halfway point of the football season is here. october 27th -- >> will be here before you know it. what we're seeing more and more is teams taking out of state
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springs did before they face each other, lets find out, papa john's game of the week. >> all right, let's take up in canyon springs. unbasic, sedge quarter, basic up 23-7 but here comes canyon springs. 23-13. more from springs. this time, the same guy, burton is going to keep it himself, te number 2 has, cutting back upfield, turning on those jets, back field away. he scores again. 23-19 basic. now springs again coming back. burton doing it all himself tonight. takes it up the gut. that's the lead for the pioneers. they come back behind the arm of mcallister to take the lead. check it out.
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they go to overtime. canyon springs holds them and a 30 yard field goal, from cesar rodriguez. are you kidding me? that's how they erase the lead, 33-30. legacy long horns band member. he's fired up. they are u valensuela, finding an easy 6, moments later, another easy six. marcus brown takes it in. how about a defensive score? sky parker, takes i.t. into the end zone, 18-nothing.
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>> mustangs were 2-0 las vegas with one more win under its belt at 3-0. would it make a difference? third quarter, las vegas trails, hands it off, ain't no one catching him. those gold cleats carry him to the end zone. w mustang ball, codey parker, rose over the wall, he's got an open lane to the six points. fourth quarter it's tied. puts his head down and powers through for score. shadow ridge wins by a touchdown.
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school football coach vernon fox tonight, fourth quarter, faced down 28-nothing until marshal marshalcomes to life. throws it up and josh hong comes down with it. that would set up another faith lutheran turkish. punching it in for touchdown, the aggies, 4-2. silverado beat rancho by the same, 44-6.
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woman: here in nevada, those were the worst days of our lives, and congressman heck called it "a blip." narrator: in 2008, joe heck called nevada's housing crisis "a blip on the radar." that's just how out of touch joe heck is. narrator: after heck sponsored a bill giving tax breaks to big banks, he took over $500,000 from wall street-- it's clear what joe heck's priorities are, and families like mine get left behind. narrator: afscme people is responsible
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>> welcome back to the show!
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the season playing the toughest schedule in the nation, the two time national champion, bishop gales. open 21-nothing. joe fox deem in his own territory. greg francis, 23-nothing, on the ensuing kickoff, finding a hole, the left-hand side. no one's going to catch him. he's gone. that made it 30-zip. all gales, 30-nothing. how about liberty, they had that ranking in the nation, 21, they lose to corona, 32.
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clark, they beat del sol, 38-6. rounding out the scores from the southwest league, green valley over durango. >> pahrump valley 3 and 1 before heading to the home of desert pines jaguars, isaiah moore, cuts left heads to jaguars lead 7-nothing. faking the handoff to their weapon, still in the first quarter, pahrump valley, bad snap leads to a block, desert
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cheyenne, number 6 there finds a seem then turns on the jets. cheyenne scores on his very first fly, and first quarter, finds the way through heavy traffic, takes in for the touchdown. cheyenne still leads 7-6, will lead into that, class 3a scores, virgin valley tops springs
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nthis guy's performanance on the road inspires me. he's the real mvp! [ricky whispers]you inspire me.
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>> welcome back to operation football, take it away randy and amber. >> we move to division 1a, now the valley panthers out of alamo, they've would be a bunch. >> two weeks ago the panthers set the 8th straight record, with their 94th win, they
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>> those golden eagles on m mountain charleston, pulled the eagles 8-6. go to his 6'8 senior, doesn't even have to jump high, he's 6'8. ike taylor goes in 20-6. that brings us to cane play of the night. eric brooks, rolling right, down 14 points going to make something happen. like russell wilson. de mare has the touchdown. they hold on to win 36-18. amber. >> over at the meadows last
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fourth quarter, their team up 43-nothing over visiting laughlin. the meadows noah clyde, in for six points. it would not be a shutout though, laughlin did manage to score. the meadows win however 49-8. up next our social media segment where we make stars out of fans
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>> welcome back to the show, welcome to the social media segment. >> we want to thank all the fans who have sent us their selfies and videos, there are so many of you. selfie of the night.
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>> kevin we love him everywhere friday, we can't let him win we've seen this picture before kevin. the winner of the week is kevin child, again, but he moved over to the sideline to snap the picture with the high school cheerleaders. that is our selfie of the night. >> smooth move by him to get in with the cheerleaders i >> idaho tomorrow 2 and 2. >> you'll have the highlights tomorrow at 11:00. we'll leave you as always [ 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 guests -- will forte,


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