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undecided voters last night? local social media ken bone weighing in on this one coming up. >> kim: craig live with the story about that man and what police say happened outside of an illegal nightclub here in wn at the thomas and mack center. >> kim: a team of reporters still reporting live from that location this morning. we're the wagners coming to you live. savannah is ore there. kendall is over there along with tracy potts. and our live team coverage continues with very interesting information that has developed while many of you were sleeping post debate.
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predebate or post debate. our coverage begins with tracy potts live from the thomas and mack center. she is breaking down what happened last night. >> of all the things that came out at this debate last night, the one thing getting a lot of attention this morning is whether or not donald trump is going to accept the results of this election. he has left that in limbo leaving some people wondering if this long campaign is really going to be over on trump whose repeatedly called this election rigged declined twice to accept the results if he loses. >> i will tell you at the time. i'll keep new suspected shoplifter spence. >> that's horrifying. >> you think if someone is committing fraud, they should accept the results regardless? >> his team hinting this could bay long drawn out fight. >> you remember al gore? >> if the vote is fair, i'm
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>> overturning rowe versus wade. >> that will happen automatically in my opinion because i'm putting pro life justices on the court. >> i don't think the united states government should be stepping in. >> there were moments of confusion and contention on russia's president. >> because he'd rather have a puppet as president of the united states. >> you're the puppet. >> debt, the economy, immigration leaked emails. >> the russian government has engaged in espionage against americans. >> and sexual assault allegations. >> i didn't do anything. they want either fame or her campaign did it. >> trump claims the latest campaign against isis is political. >> because she's running for the office of president and they want to look tough. >> clinton brought up trump's unreleased tax returns. >> we have undocumented
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than a billionaire. >> less than three weeks left to win voters. >> looking ahead, today we've got clinton and trump, vice presidential candidates all of them out in swing states. but donald trump and hillary clinton are meeting up again. they are at the same event in new york, a dinner >> kim: we're going to see tracy again in about a half an hour from now. she's talking about the al smith dinner. it's supposed to be a light heart add fair. it's supposed to be a lot of fun and point fun at each other. >> dana: it's kind of a roast. they hold it every four years in new york city. normally these are very light
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>> kim: $15,000 a plate. this is the affair where president obama said i heard that a thrill went up your leg when i became president. supposed to be funny. we'll see hours from now. we do traffic and weather together every single morning every 10 minutes on news 3 today. you see we have our team in place. kelly in the weather center has your reporters from 28 countries to las vegas. jeff has travel times as everyone tries to get out of town. we begin with tom up in sky 3. >> tom: thinking about flying out for that al smith dinner. $15,000 a plate but i'm hungry, might take two. there is a report of an accident over the 515. we're heading that direction to see what the impacts are.
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the freeways as we fly over. let's get to team traffic and jeff. >> jeff: speaking of that accident, this is how it looks. it's off to the left shoulder where they have the wreck. they should be clearing this out pretty soon. if you are making your way to the airport, you have a pretty clear shot. there is an accident we're keeping our eyes on. just one slow spot between downtown and tropicana. all other >> kelly: as you are heading out the door this morning, grab a jacket. temperatures on the cool sigh. 50's out there right now. 67 by 9:00 a.m. 77 at noon and 82 is our expected high. we're going to end up above average this afternoon. no winds to deal with. we'll talk about the weekend forecast in 10 minutes. >> kim: a former white house correspondent turned today show host is reporting live from las vegas this morning. and she's hanging out with our live reporter.
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and mack for live team coverage of last night's debate. >> good morning. right now we're talking about voter reaction when it comes to the debate here last night. analysts are saying when it comes to that final debate they don't see much of a change with decided voters. the undecided voters the focal just a few weeks. what did the students say and for young voters this debate didn't do much to change their
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>> in the middle of the debate madness we found the most famous undecided vote in america wearing his red sweater and all. ken bone in las vegas. if he was suede after last night's debate, he's not telling anyone. >> i love twitter. it's comfortable. if you need these last days to bad. being undecide asked not the
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>> kim: we are going to have the vice presidential candidates in their own words on this program before we hand you off to the national program. we want to remind you we are your local place for politics. stick with news 3 for everything concerning decision 2016. >> dennis: it turns out that social media accused in a murder at a local nightclub. this is james' mug shot. surveillance video recorded on september 25th outside of this store in the china town district which was converted into a nightclub at night shows that the man on the left and the victim were arm in arm. they had some sort of a fight. this was the man that was
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davis' mom talking to our cameras. >> you didn't have to do my boy like that. you really didn't have to just kill my boy like you did. >> dana: key evidence in the case online pictures of james. they could see his tattoos in the online pictures and also in that surveillance video. that is what led to his arrest. he's in the clark county detention center and will make his first courtroom tomorrow morning. >> kim: an update on the breaking news we were covering all morning long yesterday here on news 3. it started with a carjacking in downtown las vegas and ended in henderson. nevada state trooper spotted the hijacked car driving dangerously fast to zo he started to pursue this man. the carjacker was erratic behind the wheel hitting curbs and slammed into another car at one point.
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screen. tom was above it in sky 3. he jumped out of the car. ran to a nearby car trying to get into another get away car. this was all according to the trooper on the scene. that trooper says he was forced to fire on this man. all we know about him, they are not giving us his identity at that point. he was rushed to sunrise hospital and we are told even though he was shot he has nonlife threatening >> dana: video from iraq as the battle continue this is morning. iraq's prime minister saying that the battle is going more quickly than initially thought. is still expected to take weeks, maybe months to recapture the city. we've heard accounts from villagers in villages near there, they have taken the fight to the isis fighters already in advance of the iraqi forces
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putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. planned parenthood should absolutely be defunded. and congressman hardy said he supported trump 100%. like trump, hardy opposed legislation to ensure equal pay. and hardy fought to defund planned parenthood, just like trump. ruben kihuen respects women. kihuen fought for equal pay for equal work. and ruben kihuen will protect our right
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i've seen what can happen as the result of hate. my son matt was murdered 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,
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in the love and support we were shown. so when i see the hate that donald trump has brought to his campaign for president, it terrifies 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. >> krystal: syria saying that a ceasefire has begun in aleppo promising a safe exit for people trapped in that war torn area. russia is backing the ceasefire.
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exit corridors. rebels say it's part of the psychological campaign to get them to surrender. the bombing of aleppo has intensified. hundreds of people have lost their lives. >> kim: back in this country we take to you portland. this is the r people were hurt but this could have turned deadly if people had been inside. let me tell you the back story. firefighters and police got word they had a gas leak at this location so they responded in short order getting there just in the nick of time. they evacuate that building and then it explodes. some people were still injured with all of this. two firefighters suffered broken legs and civilians because of
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injured. none of them expected to be life threatening injuries. cab this when you check out this scene. can you imagine if people were still in that building when it happened. >> dana: it would have turned out much worse. dramatic emergency landing in oklahoma city for the pilot of a small plane there. pilot called for an emergency landing when the nose gore failed to deplay. the pilot was able you can see the nose of that plane scrip scraping the runway. no word on what caused the malfunction. any landing you can walk away from is a good landing. >> kim: there was more than one donald trump at the thomas and mack last night.
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trump statute versus shown up in major metropolitan cities
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it's not uncommon for autistic kids to flap their hands. and so when i saw that, that was completely disqualifying. i'm a republican, but this election is so much bigger than party. my son max can't live in trump world. so i'm crossing party lines and voting for hillary. i don't always agree with her, but she's reasonable. and she's smart. she can work with people to solve problems. i want to be able to tell my kids that i did the right thing
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>> tom: pretty smooth commute around las vegas right now. we've had a couple of accidents but they are being cleared up one by one. we are looking at i15 and spring mountain road. yesterday afternoon i15 was completely closed for a period. that is long in our rear-view mirror and look good right now
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>> kelly: we are looking at pretty cool temperatures stepping out the door this morning. grab a jacket or sweater. pahrump you are at 49. boulder city 63. mesquite you are 54. as we head throughout the rest of the day today a lot of sunshine. temperatures above normal with highs in the low 80's. >> kim: if you haven't heard of youtube, he found out in short order, my heart goes out to viewers about a rise cooker recall. >> dana: supposed to say pantries but he said this. check your panties. about 175,000 rise. i think that was supposed to be pantries. >> i couldn't warn you. i saw it and i couldn't warn you. >> dana: that is eric phillips and that's why as news anchors
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you are going viral. >> kim: we've all been there. >> dana: for sure. >> kim: we take you live to the thomas and mack center on the campus of unlv. we welcome journalist from 28 countries for this live debate that played out in our own backyard. this is developing as we speak because coming up in the next half our of news 3 today we are cherry picking from the national today to hear the vice presidential candidates reacting to last night's debate. >> dana: something else happened last night but not here this. happened in the city of toronto. why was one team celebrating on
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highlights from -t debate and tell you what most people are talking about this morning. >> kim: mixed reaction. "the today show" is live in las vegas this morning. savannah used to be a white house correspondent before she took over on today. we get her unique perspective on what played out last night. >> dana: nfl owners meeting and one of the topics of discussion moving the raiders to las what does the commissioner have to say about that? we'll let you know coming up. good morning. >> kim: you and kelly were talking about mary jane falls and how people can start hiking again up there.
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time. >> kim: we're the wagners, kim and dana here. let's ask tom about it now. have you hiked the peak you just showed us live? >> tom: i have once. that is the highest peak in the sheep range. it's not that difficult a climb. it's like an hour on a dirt road to get to the trail. that's why i've only been to the top of it once. we're lin heading up to a police superscene in the northwest of the valley. we'll show you this accident on martin luther king boulevard on the side of the road underneath u.s. 95. let's continue team traffic now with jeff mar. >> jeff: we do traffic and
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the 215. travel times everything in the clear. 15 southbound all the way down to 215 eastbound. >> kelly: it is still dark out. sun not coming up until 6:52 this morning. we're looking at 77 by noon today. 82 at 3:00. above normal temperatures this afternoon. temperatures right now still on the cool side. ' neighborhood station in 10 minutes. >> dana: just hours ago these two came off the stage. the third and final debate between clinton and trump. many people talking about trump may not accept the election
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>> i'll keep new suspected shoplifter spence. >> that's horrifying. the two candidates are going to be in the same room tonight for the al smith dinner. every four years they do this, they invite the two candidates just weeks before the election. normally it' affair. tonight we'll see if there is any laughter between these two at this dinner which starts at $3,000 a plate. >> kim: supposed to be a roast. things that are taken in good humor. maybe a little different this evening. we're going to have tracy potts live on the program in about 15 minutes. right now we take you live to the thomas and mack as our team coverage post debate continues this morning.
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a national news anchor from a popular morning program in that building behind you. >> yes, we are talking about "the today show" and they just finished up their live hit from inside the thomas and mack. the center point of last night's debate. i got to sit down with savannah who called last night's debate here a breath of fresh air for american viewers. >> it lived up to its happen in vegas there is a million metaphors you can use. it was a slugfest. the first half hour i think it was the most policy oriented that we've seen. >> we also spoke about las vegas as the host city for the final debate. nevada is a swing state. it is no surprise that the
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candidates here. she went on to say that she is looking toward to seeing if there is going to be a big reaction from last night's debate from here in las vegas. typically in the last debate you don't see too much but honing in on the undecided voters. >> dana: thank you for that. meanwhile it turns out nfl commissioner roger goodell not a big fan of moving the raid fresh oakla meeting in houston. they had a two-day meeting. among the topics they talked about bringing that team here. you saw the face of the oakland mayor. she says they will try to keep the raiders in oakland. that may be an uphill climb as well. roger goodell is going to study whether las vegas is even viable as an nfl market.
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sports wagering in this state saying we still are very much opposed to legalized gambling on sports. eventually it will come down to the owners. they need 24 of the 32 owners to say yes to this move. dallas cowboys own ter most influential owner of all has publicly supported the move of the raiders from oakland to las vegas. >> kim: we take you back to the thomas and mack center. we also on "the today show" this morning tom brokaw will be talking about reaction to donald trump last night not fully accepting the transfer of power. wouldn't go there. wants to keep everyone in suspected shoplifter spence. they talked about what -- in
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a car company making a big announcement. wait until you hear what they are announcing. >> dana: coming up "the today show" vice presidential candidates weighing in on last
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>> kim: iraq's prime minister is saying the battedle to take out isis going more quickly than we thought. richard and his terrific reporting from iraq headed your way this morning also making headlines tesla is starting to build all of its electric vehicles with all of the gear needed to navigate the road without the help of a human. >> dana: as for self-driving cars, tom, you first. >> tom: we're not going with a self-driving helicopter. definitely need a pilot in this situation. we are at the 215 on the far west side of the valley. traffic is in great shape.
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which took place earlier this morning. this sagas station where there was a robbery. right now looks like police have already left the scene there. we understand that someone actually broke in with a crowbar and opened up slot machines here and then fled in a silver vehicle that. suspect is on the loose. no longer a police scene. >> kelly: as you are heading out the door this morning grab a sweater i jacket. we're looking at cool temperatures in the 50's. 61 for the on the way home from school this afternoon.
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>> krystal: we're bringing you pictures again of this intense fire that broke out in san francisco this. is a four alarm fire. the update we have is three firefighters injured. they are expected to be ok. they were treated at the scene. and one firefighter was taken to the hospital for a possible wrist fracture but everything turned out ok. >> kim: turns out social media played a key role in the arrest of a man now accused in a deadly shooting here in our community. craig is all over this developing story joining us live
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>> turns out some of the key in evidence this case pictures on facebook. james is accused of shooting death in the murder of a person named davis. the two had been at a nightclub that was illegal. they were seen on security camera video but it was the pictures on facebook and tattoos that the suspect has that were a match. also tips from the public. all of that pulled together the an arrest. james behind bars being held without bail in this case. he'll make a court appearance tomorrow. >> kim: i wore black for a reason. no red, no blue but i have results from the debate last night. it was you the viewer who weighed in. check this out. the debate that played out here in las vegas who won?
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debate watchers hillary clinton won. viewers agreeing that clinton won this 52% to trump 39%. you the viewer weighing in not the news anchor on the set. >> dana: they talked about a lot of things. the sexual assault allegations against trump. they talked about the leader of russia. and there is reaction this morning to donald trump saying he may not accept the election results if he loses. i'll keep new suspense. >> if the vote is fair. >> he'd rather have a puppet as president. >> you are the puppet. >> the russian government has engaged in espionage against americans. >> i didn't do anything. they want fame or her campaign -- >> she is running for the office of president and they want to look tough is the only reason
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>> dana: tracy potts joining us from the thomas and mack miles away from where we are sitting this morning. i heard chuck todd saying this is the bedrock of our democracy when a candidate loses the election they concede which lead to the peaceful transition of power. donald trump saying he may not concede this election if he loses last night. >> he didn't say he wouldn't or air. that is something we see candidates do unless there is widespread ton think that the election was fraudulent. in this case there has been any evidence of that. donald trump raising eyebrows saying he wasn't going to be nailed down on whether or not he was going to concede if halluces this election.
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at is whether or not it erodes confidence in the system when a major party candidate says they are not sure especially where they talked about voter fraud. and he was talking about the election being rigged against him. but even his campaign manager said they didn't have any concrete evidence that was happening. now that he continues to put that idea out there and adding to that saying heay a lot of questions about whether or not this is going to be over on november 8 or whether or not donald trump is going to try to push the issue that the votes that millions of people cast that some of them may not have been legit. >> dana: i heard kelly ann talking about the 2,000 election between george bush and al gore when al gore would not conceited
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florida. that took months to sort out. she was saying something like that happens this time, that's what trump was talk about. we'll talk about again tomorrow when you are back in our nation's capitol. what did the candidates do after the big debate? hillary clinton surprised more than 5,000 people at a local watch party in north las vegas. cheering wildly as the candidate sh then she got on her plane and took off. she'll be in new york city tonight with trump. trump departed on his plane just before 9:00 last night. >> kim: let's focus on the vice presidential candidates who were live on if today show this morning. because of the time difference we have them in their own words for you this morning. right now we're going to start with mike pence. >> preelection whining of donald trump that hillary called him
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for anything when you lose the emmies you have to claim there was some conspiring against you. and that gets into a deeper personality trait that is very dangerous. >> i apologize. that is obviously tim kaine. that is hillary clinton's running mate. this is her vice presidential candidate going in depth with matt lauer this morning l today. more of tim kaine in his own words when this program ends and you will also hear from mike pence on "the today show" this morning. those guys at excedrin are geniuses. company tweeting out it's not an ordinary debate so don't use just any pain relief.
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that got hundreds of retweets and # debate headache started trending on twitter. we do traffic and weather together every 10 minutes on the on to the airport connector from 9:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. it's reopen for the morning commute. this will make for an easier drive once it's done. it's not done until next spring. let's check team traffic with
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forecast showing slowing on 15 southbound. eight minutes to downtown. summerlin parkway westbound slow at eight minutes. however in one hour we're showing that to be a clear 7 minute commute if all stays clear on the roadways. >> kelly: as you are heading out the door, a jacket probably going to be needed. temperatures in the 50's across much of the valley right now. that sun is coming up. herit resort camera. if you have great pictures, we'd love to see them. send them to us on twitter. here is is a look at the temperatures currently. nellis 58, downtown 59 right now. green valley 56. spring valley is at 53. you are going to want a jacket heading out the door. the winds calm in some locations across the valley. we have gusty winds along the
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noon today. gusty winds and low humidity. quiet conditions around the. >> mr. dougherty: wise. boulder city 80. in las vegas 82-degrees is the high. lots of sunshine. warming up friday and saturday. 87-degrees and breezy conditions on sunday with a chance for showers sunday night into monday and monday's high 79. >> kim: the magic of today show" this morning and now we have mike pence along with donald trump. here is mike pence in his own words. >> when you think about the fact that seven and a half years of baptist church rock obama and hillary -- barack obama and hillary clinton has stifled the economy.
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>> kim: going in depth when w what the candidates are saying. catch all of that reporting live from the thomas and mack on "the today show" this morning. >> dana: time to do the water cooler. we're talking about the debate. it was kind of a funny moment last night. you could hear people in the audience las vegassing a bit when clinton was saying donald trump says everything is rigged. >> there was even a time when he didn't get an emmy for his he started tweeting that the remys were rigged. >> should have gotten it. >> the audience was laughing. did you know the a[tis received eight nominations but zero wins. he was up for the awards several times. >> kim: i have something donald trump doesn't, that's awesome. >> dana: cleveland indians trying to close out the american league championship series.
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indians do it. winning the game last night 3-0. winning the series 4-1. they were last in the world series 19 years ago. last time they won it 1948. been a goodyear for the city of
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jim childs: one of the ways criminals avoid background checks is by going online and connecting with strangers to buy guns. as someone in law enforcement, i think that's dangerous. millions of guns are sold through websites like this, most with no background checks, no questions asked. the law requires background checks in gun stores; why don't we require them online? a few clicks of the mouse, now a bad guy is armed - and potentially dangerous. and that's a threat to all of us.
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good morning. defiant. donald trump grabs all the headlines with one provocative statement, saying at the final debate he's not sure he'll accept the result of the november votes. >> i will tell you at the time. i'll keep you in suspense. moment. >> that's horrifying. >> and trump's running mate, mike pence, scrambles to clarify in an interview with nbc news. >> if the vote is fair, i'm confident that we will accept it. >> as republicans and democrats slam trump for rejecting a cherished principle of american democracy, what will voters say "today," thursday, november 20, 2016. >> announcer: from nbc news,

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