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happy. good morning. 4:30 on this thursday morning, november 3. it is not going to be a productive work day in the city of chicago today. >> kim: we're going to show you exactly what we're talking about. let's welcome you in. we're the wagners, kim and dana here. they are partying in chicago. we're going to take you there live and show you the pictures. we have chris bryant who was on the international stage last night. speaking of stages, beyonce was on stage last night. i'm sure you missed it if you were watching the world series. some of heifer fans not happy today. >> dana: that game ending after midnight last night. >> kelly: rain delay, overtime, crazy game but so happy for all
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here at home it's looking fantastic. no rain delays for us. lots of sunshine and temperatures warming up. 74 by noon and our high today 7. if you like today's weather, i think you're going to like the seven-day forecast. >> kim: clark county commissioners are soon going to have to decide whether to raise the sales tax locally to hire mool new more cops tax championed by the guy you just saw, our sheriff. talking about raising the sales tax to help put more cops on the beat. metro says it would bring them closer to the goal of two officers per 1,000 people in our community. the money is not needed because metro still has $110 million left over from the last more cops tax.
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2005. there is a commissioner saying the money needed to pay current officers throughout their careers. >> his salary or her salary has to be paid for out of this fund. there has to the whole career. >> it is unneeded. >> kim: we're just getting started on this one on this thursday morning. commissioners are going to vote on the more cops tax vote on november 15. five out of seven need to vote yes for this to pass. what does it mean for you when
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about what it means as far as your pocketbook. >> dana: to decision 2016, donald trump talking to donald trump. tracy potts reports. >> got to be nice and cool, nice and cool. stay on point, donald, stay on point. no side tracks, donald, nice and message overnight in florida taking a page from bernie sanders playbook saying he raised -- today trump and hillary both campaign in north carolina. african-american turnout is down from 2012. not good news for clinton as she awaits results of the f.b.i. email investigation.
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arizona, a red state. >> we have a real chance to turn this state blue again. >> her latest message imagining a trump presidency. >> imagine having a president who demeans women, mocks the dabbled, insults latinos, african-americans, muslims, p.o.w.'s. who pitts people against each other instead of pulling together. >> putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. >> both candidates are out with final tv ads. >> now just five days from america's final choice. >> kim: just hours ago you saw hillary clinton here in las vegas urging local voters to
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she was at the plumbers and pipe fitters ball. with just two days left of early voting democrats continue to lead in the turnout so they are leading in early voting here. republicans are gaining though and she reiterated she's the one with experience when it comes to handling threats to our being a reality tv star. >> on the day that we brought bin lad on the justice i was in the situation room monitoring what our brave men were doing to make it clear that we don't let anybody attack us. it may take a while but we will keep going after them. donald trump was hosting celebrity a[tis.
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the last poll we checked out released yesterday afternoon had donald trump in the lead by 6 points. there are numerous polls out there but that was new. just past the big headline that the email investigation for clinton was being reopened right before election day. as you can see she's not letting anything get people to get out and vote. >> dana: early voting ends tomorrow. after that you have to vote on election day. number of places where you can vote early tomorrow up until 8:00 just head to for the list of voting sites and times. early voting ending tomorrow. >> kim: we are your local police for politics. when it comes to election night, we have full coverage for you whether it's here on news 3 or
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you see the lineup on your screen. we'll have a full wrap up at 11:00 and updated results throughout the entire evening on now let's take you back to just hours ago and those cubs. >> the cubs twin world series. bryant makes the play. it's over and it all. >> dana: chris bryant from las vegas, 24 years old. could be the most valuable player of the national league this season involved in the final out last night and the cubs curse is over winning the world series last night 4-3. first time they have won a world series since 1908. 108 years ago. people were partying late into
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there is one person here taking a selfie outside of wrigley. it's 6:37 in the morning. can't imagine they are going to get a lot of work done in that city today. >> this is going to be a tough play. the cubs win the world series. >> finally history. >> most amazing game you could imagine. >> like most everything this team does, it a rain delay and extra inning. during an intense winner take all game 7, the cubs and their fans have waited 108 years for this. more than a lifetime of
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celebration that stretches from cleveland all the way to wrigleyville. they are no longer the lovable losers. the answer to a trivia question , the curse has finally been broken. there is no more waiting for next year because this is the cubs year. >> i can't believe we're finally standing after 108 years finally able t >> cubs nation overwhelmed and overjoyed after spending more than a century in baseball perking tori. >> worth getting up early. on the other side of the break, we have the cubs returning to chicago. a live satellite feed of that. stick with us and we will take
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twins getting a lot of love online. one of them finds out who is younger and hilarity ensues. >> dana: the lions in the hot seat again after a new report on issues. coming up the reason one putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. when i come home and dinner's not ready i go through the roof. e p****". when you're a star, they let you do it. you can do anything. more accusers coming forward to say they were sexually assaulted by donald trump. i'll go backstage before a show... yes.. and everyone's getting dressed. donald trump walked into the dressing room while contestants, some as young as 15 were changing. standing there with no clothes.
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ig. a person who's flat-chested is very hard to be a 10. do you treat women with respect? uh... i can't say that either. alright, good.
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>> kim: these twin sisters, one of them not so happy but their love for each other is finding love online. one of them finds out they are a minute older and has some bragging rights.
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than her. >> the parents posting this video on youtube last week showing the conversation they were having with their mom about what it means to be a twin. the twin's mom saying the girls have always been competitive but this takes the cake. they are affectionate when they are not having this discussion. >> dana: they are very cute too. queen bee rocking the count beyonce like we've never seen her before. also this from the cma's. >> what i think doesn't matter because this show rigged. >> no, it's not, brad. but the people need to know. >> oh brad.
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>> dana: some people have been up all night celebrating the cubs victory. the team returned home just a short time ago. we're going to show you pictures of their return coming up a little later in the broadcast. >> kim: we're focusing on allegen't airlines in the hot seat again. all major airlines break down once in a while. we're talking about the planes up in the air. when it comes to allegen't according to a brand new they break down more often. an expert we spoke with said the f.a.a. moved up a review that recently uncovered an aging fleet is quite troublesome for their performance. the airline has been hit hard because of performance issues with 42 of the 86 planes breaking down mid flight at least once in the year 2015.
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>> the key problem is it's an older fleet. and when you have an older fleet of airplanes, more things happen to them. and they happen more frequently. >> the tampa bay times article saying in the year 2015 their jets were forced to make unexpected landings 77 times for serious makal failures. the f.a.a. said nothing discovered was severe enough to require serious enforcement action or a fine. >> dana: our golf tournament teeing off in a couple of hours from now and the weather should be perfect for golf. >> kim: as we check in with kelly, we've been talking about chris bryant. scott piercy , the pga player will be on his home court. >> kelly: and this weather could not be more ideal, consistent
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this is a look at yesterday. this is the sky canyon camera. a little breezy, especially the morning. the flags flying out there as well. winds dying down a little bit during the overnight. 5 will have 15 gusts to 20 is what we're seeing now. not as strong as yesterday morning. temperatures stepping out the door downtown 64. summerlin 63. we haven't hit our lows for the day. we'll probably hit the lows around the 6:00 hour this morning. winds gusting up to 20. we're seeing paradise 12 miles per hour. other than that, it is sunny skies across the area. rain showers in arizona and new mexico. they are not going to make it here. we expect dry conditions not
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79. tonight mainly clear skies, 60 for our low. winds out of the north a5-15. our seven-day forecast upper 70's to near 80 for highs. lows near 60 and plenty of sunshine for the entire seven-day forecast. >> kim: we have an update to the breaking news we had for you at this time yesterday morning. it has to do with the killing of two police officers in yesterday we were showing you the man who is now in custody. you are looking at the victims who are no longer with us. as for the person responsible for this crime, he's a white man with history of racial provocations and incidents with police. they were just sitting in their patrol cars. the 46-year-old who you are
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custody just hours after those killings and less than three weeks after he argued with officers who removed him from a high school football game where he put out a confederate flag near spectators who happened to be african-american. those officers killed both white officers. green flagged down an iowa department of natural resource employee in a rural area of des moines, iowa. identified himself after the killing and ask employee call 911. sheriff's deputies and officers took him into custody. >> dana: happening hours from now opening statements in the murder trial of a former police officer in south carolina expected to begin. michael flagler, an officer last year when he shot and killed an unarmed black man after this traffic stop. the shooting of walter scott
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his attorneys have argued there is more to this incident than what is shown in the cell phone video. they filed a motion to ask the judge to block the video from being introduced as evidence in this trial. he faces 30 years to life if convicted. coming up on a thursday on today the cur we're live with rowdy cubs fans in chicago as they celebrate and celebrate their first world series title in is 08 years. the just released swing state polls that reveal just how close the race is with just five days to go. and strict voter i.d. laws that could keep you from being able to vote next tuesday. and the unforgettable performances and surprises from
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all that as we see you on a thursday morning here on today. >> dana: we have the c.m.a.'s on this program. the biggest names in country music coming out last night and that is beyonce? she's not a big name in country music. she was performing last night
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>> kim: great performances on stage and they poked fun at politics. >> there is one more nominee for entertainer of the year. i've been standing next to this wonderful person for a longe now. i'm with kerri. what i think doesn't matter because this show is rigged. >> no, it's not, brad. but the people need to know will you accept tonight's results? >> yes. if i win. >> you are not even nominated.
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woman. >> kim: kerry underwood won big. >> dana: i'm with her for sure, kerri underwood for president. lebron james in the mix. so too bill murray. lebron james in the mix. so too bill murray. see his reaction when the c cubs hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depends on steady : "i know more about isis than the generals do, believe me." vo: and calm judgment. donald trump: "and you can tell them to go fu_k themselves." vo: because all it takes is one wrong move. donald trump audio only: "i would bomb the sh_t out of
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as you make up your mind, remember -- congressman heck voted 10 times to defund planned parenthood. heck took all that money from wall street and predatory payday lenders and voted their way. he even wanted to privatize social security, risking it on the stock market. congressman heck just doesn't care about people like us.
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>> dana: more police officers, county commissioners here in clark county will vote on a plan to raise the sales tax to beef up patrols here in the las vegas valley. some say it's not needed. we'll tell you why.
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on tuesday and we -- >> kim: that was hillary clinton hours ago here in las vegas. hours from now former president bill clinton will be rallying local support. we have live team coverage headed your way. >> dana: finally a world series win. 108 years in the making and a local guy plays this one. good morning. welcome in. it is 5:00 on this thursday morning. live pictures of wrigley field in chicago. the party was going late into the night last night but for the most part streets are empty in chicago at 7:00 central time. >> kim: from just minutes ago, we have the cubs returning on your screen right now.


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