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casting their votes in just the first few hours. here's our top story live at 6:00 tonight. news3's nathan o'neal. joining us at an early location in the mall in henderson. what do voters need to bring if they want to participate. if you got your sample ballot, you can bring that. if registration cards. you can show up to one of these lines and give them your name. it might be a good idea to bring your id as well. that could be helpful. that's all you need to come out and vote. a majority of voters are expect ed to vote early, casting their ballots at dozens of early polling places between now and friday november 4th. so far today, more than 26,000 people have done that in the
many voters telling me this election is too important to sit out. i don't think it's a laughing matter. i think it's serious. and i think we need to get out there and vote. >> donald trump does not say anything about how he does stuff. he just says he's going to do things and it's like, but, yeah. just saying it doesn't make it happen. >> i believe she ask k make i look at things from an economic per spect peeve first. and i think he provides the best solution when it comes to economics. now this location is open until eight tonight. it is not that way everyday. and it varies on all of the different locations. dozens of locations throughout clark county. head to our website news3lv.com for the full list and break down of the times scheduled you can go out and early vote. you can find the one that fits
o'neal. news3. >> thank you for the live update. president obama is making the campaign stop in las vegas tomorrow. time is running out if you want tickets to that event. obama will campaign for hillary clinton sunday afternoon at cheyenne high school. doors there open at 1:45 with the event kicking off at 345. for those wishing to attend have until eight tonight to pick up their tickets. for a link to where you can get them, just head over to our news3lv.com. meantime, on the republican side, texas senator ted cruz is in reno today campaigning for senatorial campaign joe he can before heading to an early voting event at a high school. he can, who is a congressman for nevada's third district is currently running to replace harry reed's senate seat. we want to remind you keep it here for complete coverage on decision 2016 all the way up
you can follow our coverage on news3lv.com or on social on our facebook page as well. scary moments today near the strip. police confirm one man dead and another behind bars after a late night shooting near cesar's palace. it happened near a cesar's palace employee's parking garage. officers found a man dead at the scene there with the help of witnesses, they were able to track down a suspect in a garage and take him into custody. police the victim or the accused shooter. and as we head into the holiday, more money will be exchanging hands. but could you spot a 20-50 or $100 bill if they were fake. the secret service tells us, people here are pretty savvy when it comes to spotting fake bucks. because so many people are used to handling money in las vegas. but it does happen from time to time. and more often with $20 bills.
taken in $1.4 million in counterfeit money. >> this bill is a genuine $1 bill. and what the people actually did is erase the $one and printed 100 over the top of it. and you can tell by if you flip it up and look into a light, you can see actually one written across there. wow, would be hard to tell if you didn't look closely. that's secret service agent brian. he said fake money is ra when it comes to protecting yourself from criminals. brazil, the young did i recall injured in a hit and run crash while trick or treating two years ago is fighting to make sure what happened to her doesn't happen to anyone else. today the partners at ufc and skoals for the annual safe tack lair event. this included bicycle safety courses and free helmets and
filled with with safety year and important information. all right news3 as you know it, the weather authority. we want to get the first look at the forecast jerry brown. a warm afternoon. you were talking earlier about the potential for wet weather. >> it's going to get cooler and cloudier. and maybe damper. you're see ing a lot going on tonight. clouds up in lincoln county. some of those may drift south. the map into last weekend with the storm coming in out of the specific. that one kept the moisture to the north. this time the winds aren't a big deal but we could great moisture out of it. here's the computers are telling us. it put showers and southern nevada this time tomorrow night. the very thin band. most of us is well to our east by monday. but the dynamics right, and it hangs over us, we could get
cooler temperatures. 85? in the low 80s. we're currently at 87. that's down from a high. we'll tell you what it was. you'll be surprised. it's warm today. that's up ahead. gerard, back to you. thanks for that. a plan to put thousands of homes over looking red rock canyon voting down. the fight might not be over. denise takes a look at the battle for red carter in iraq today as a battle to retake moe sully from isis. continues what he had to say to iraqi leaders in the rare visit.
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he spoke to the u.s. troops there. they're currently stationed in iraq. about 100 mostly special forces. and iraqi special forces. and basically, note ed thesy lemme anity of cases. the historic nature of this huge battle to basically wipe isis out of iraq. one thing that was more than just public in these meetings. it was ashton carter -- that the turkish press, north of moe now this and treaty was met with rejections. they're various set by the some 500 turkish troops. they see this as an incursion and violation of national sovereignty. this violated patch work of different ethnic groups and minorities here. this is going to make ate huge problem. not only for prime minister, but for defensive secretary ashton
iraqi city is being spot on the whole by iraqi military forces. along with aid from u.s. troops. the troops are u.s. operation forces. the demands are increasing as the u.s. military deploys to every corner of the world. full measure scott was on a training mission, a final trial in the making of a green berret. >> we're there are no absolute answers. they're going to be independent and figure out how to problem solve on their own. that's the real world too. much of what we see and the areas we're operating, executing the army's task a special war fair is what we're seeing these soldiers doing. and that story airs this sunday on full measure with cheryl adkinson. a plan to put thousands of
but that fight might not be over. coming up a look at the issue that was thats the planning i spent many years as a nuclear missile launch officer. if the president gave the order we had to launch the missiles, that would be it. i prayed that call would never come. [ radio chatter ] self control may
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a plan to put thousands of homes over looking red rock canyon is back in the news. just this week, the but ford, by developer jim roads. but the battle has been going on for many years. it's not over yet. denise takes a look at the battle for red rock. >> we don't want to change red rock canyon. >> reporter: heather understands there's a time and place for new development in southern nevada. >> with eave a big city and nice escape. >> reporter: but red rock canyon is not that place. as president of the nonprofit
nearly 21,000 petition signatures of people that agree. >> they would allowing the property goes for 2,000 acres atop of the mountain here (an issue proposal to build over 5,000 homes on the side of an old mine right above the community of blue diamond and red rock canyon. tuesday night, a planning consultant for developers gym roads played out the details. >> it includes parks schools and civic neighborhood center. >> reporter: but while the planning commission unanimously denied the project, the story isn't over. five years ago, county commissioners approved it, siting legal issues and property owner rights. so what happened? county commissioner susan. >> our hope was he was going to get a land slop. so work with the land for a year and a half, two years. and it didn't go anywhere. >> reporter: now the idea of
the development will be visible from recreation areas including this camp site. >> i think it would be unfortunate. >> reporter: garrett is visit fraying canada. >> i don't know if i would stop coming back. but it might prevent me from camping here. >> the problem is the scope. he has the right to build one house per two acres. which is fine. nobody's fighting the property rights. the problem is, he wants to increase that zoning. >> reporter: she says more traffic, more solitude. in red rock. >> the next step in this battle moves from the hills to right here at the county government building. this is where commissioners will have the final say dug the meeting in december and expectations are a packed house. denise. news3. soggy parts of new england as heavy rain fell friday. flooded roads caused a lot of
their seek. a psychs foot of water in some spots. many road were impassable and city officials warned people to stay off the roads, saying the flooding was also lifting man covers. news3 is your weather authority. we're trying to take time out if you are yo own forecast. nothing like over on the east coast. >> we're not going to be as wet as wii tae. no way. we could get showers tomorrow. noou today in motion as i put a time lapse together here. oh cal a hahn medical school. you can see we started off with sun, some high clouds and now your sunset. and still a few high clouds around this evening. 88 up in the northeast valley at hollywood and washington. winds just went south-southeast at eight. 13% very comfortable relative humidity. down at henderson, home of the patriots.
84? and 7% relative humidity. bone dry there. and the 9%, the rh out on the west side desert and the 215-80?. winds blowing at five miles per hour. 81 at the north las vegas airport. 86 downtown. you're in at 82. and it's 81 in the northwest valley at centennial. 79 indian springs. 80 in pahrump and 83 in boulder city. officially for las vegas, this maybe the last time we reach it this year. i said [indiscernible] for our seventeenth day above normal out of 22 in october. this has been a warm month. you saw that rain in new england. you saw it moving in. their weekend off to a soggy start. and as i showed you at the to happen of the broadcast. very similar situation to the last time, except this storm pattern is not a wind producer
in lincoln county. our skies should remain mainly clear. may get a few clouds overnight. overnight lows 42 up in alamo. 68 down south in laughlin. 43 in the mountain. and 55 in sandy valley highs. the possible showers will be suppressed generally in the low acts. there'll be a few warmer exceptions like for instance, like, me. 62 overnight tonight with southwest breezes developing after midnight. but only hour range. as we look ahead to tomorrow, incruding clouds with an afternoon shower, possible. south winds 5-15 miles per hour, high of 84?. 7:00 a.m. 64. 82 at noon. 80 at 5:00 p.m. the winds increasing just a bit. here's your lake immediate forecast, 89. again a chance of an afternoon shower. south breezes 10-15 and up on the mountain, low 60s. a breezy morning and afternoon clouds and possibly showers,
hour. here's your 7-day forecast. and temperatures getting into the upper 70s by monday. i think our best chance for some rain would be overnight sunday into monday. we'll be under the gun from late afternoon on. and then tuesday scheme wednesday, just beautiful in the low 80s. still above normal, but we'll take it. a little warmer on thursday. coming in from the next week. we have a chance for some showers going into the weekend coming up. >> looks good. we like it. appreciate that. coming up, a former rebel randall cunningham received a bigoter from the college hall of fame this afternoon during the rebel football game. randy was there and he'll have
today was a big afternoon for tony sanchez. they had a chance to land their fourth win of the year. one closer to bowl eligibility. they need a six win for that. and an african day game at san boy stadium. they need to take those off the schedule in the future because they came out flat under the son against the rams today. nick stevens to danny for an eight yard touchdown and the
rebels first time, sold, but it's stalled. 41 yard field goal, that game winner against hawaii missing at wide right. rams come back on their second drive. stevens is going to find bc johnson for a nice grab here. 37 yards into rebel territory. they were back in business again. few plays later, izzy mathews from the two yard buys going to get in the end zone lead. more bad news for the rebels. sneeze not playing well at quarter back. to over throw the receiver that is picked up by jake. they roll over unlv 42-23. but this afternoon, there was some good news. national football foundation and college hall of fame they honored randall kinking ham. they played two positions.
went onto play 17 years in the nfl, he'll be officially inducted in the 59 college hall of fame tuesday night december 6th. >> it's going on college football hall of fame ment you know when you're young and you're trying to get the scholarships. you're just trying to get to the next level. it's like hitting slowly but surely. so the people at the hall of fame committee and all those before, i'm very blessed and thankful. all right las vegas native informer spring humphry might be in the hall of fame some day. he plays for san diego state to become the fifth leading rusher in fbs history. he gets 27 of those here at the left side.
humphry's is going to score again. this is up the middle. 23 yards make it 35-3 and 135 yards. a little bit more work to do to get to that fifth state of all time. third round of the cimb. residents ryan moor and scott ties for eight. and it's around three. shot of three. kevin nod, he lives here. 177 you can't beat that shot. he likes it. ryan moor, how about a 50-foot birdy attempt. he's won this tournament ways to in malaysia. he knows this greens as well. you can tell the way he read this 50 footer. drops it in for ten under. scott piercesy, also playing well. a little bit better than ryan. a nice little approach shot on the water, applied for a thirteenth hole.
at or ban lahari is the actual leader at 19 under a four shot lead. locals doing well, they'll all be here for the shriners. quick baseball update. chris bryant for an update. rbi off of clay kehr shaw for the first inning for the cubs. they're 3-0 right now. cubs win the night. they'll be
in the world series. >> this is the one they might not have been able to win. but sounds like they're okay. >> looking pretty right now.