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breaking news. the lights are still out at the paris hotel & casino hours after thousands of guests were evacuated. >> let's go right out to news 3's antonio castelan at the casino now. what is the latest? >> reporter: as we've been talking over here at the paris hotel & casino, the power is still out. there's no temporary power. it's not clear when power will be fully restored. this is video that was taken went out. this video shows total darkness inside the paris casino's main room. fire officials say around 9:45, they received 911 calls of a power outage. a contractor working in the casino cut a main power line. the mishap took down power to 2,000 rooms inside the hotel. firefighters had to free 11 people stuck in five different elevators. hotel guests say the evacuation
caesars entertainment officials are working with guests. >> we have guests by the machines they were playing. the gaming machines went down. we want to make sure they are treated fairly when the power comes back up. >> in the meantime, hotel guests and workers have been moved over to bally's and to planet hollywood as crews work to try to get the power up. at 3:30, there will be an update onhe reporting live outside of the paris hotel & casino, antonio castelan, news 3. >> all right. thank you for that update. former president bill clinton will be here today to rally support for hillary clinton. steve aoki will be performing at the cox pavilion. we have more information at news3lv.com. and we hope you tune into news 3 and our special election
expert analysis. we have our entire team ready to be dispatched to cover both parties as the results poll in. coverage starts at 4:00. a florida high school student was tossed out of class all because of her t-shirt. >> i'm wearing a hillary for prison t-shirt. >> that's maxine craigle. she said she was sent to the principal's off >> those girls were intom rant rant -- intolerant of my views and my beliefs. >> she says she's also getting hateful comments on the facebook video she posted about the shirt. a massive marijuana business in the valley is now officially opened. shango cannabis held a ribbon
this comes days ahead of the election where question 2 is on the ballot. if question 2 passes recreational marijuana will not be immediately legal right there on election day. some in the law-making profession believe it could take three to eight months for lawmakers to devise the rules for the use of pot. who needs luck when you have skills, new arcade scale gaming they debuted in atlantic city. they hope the skill-based machines will come a game changer for the struggling resort town. >> especially for us younger guys, we are on the systems all day long. >> these games are unlikely the traditional slot machines. they are packed with action, excitement and adventure. >> 21 machines are planned for
next year. it was a game and a night that cubs' fans have been waiting for for over a century. >> the long lasted drought is over and the cubs with champions. jay gray has more on the celebrations in chicago. >> reporter: it was an all-nighter, a party that spilled into the morning. thousands filling the streets around wrigley field, packing bars and taverns across the celebration 108 years in the making. >> i don't believe it. the whole game, i was like is this really gonna happen. i don't believe it. >> this is a dream come true. >> reporter: a dream and for years a nightmare of futility shared by generations of cubs' fans. >> the last time the cubs won, thomas edison was alive and they
yet. >> the cubs win the world series! >> reporter: a win for the fans is the greatest thing since sliced bread. in a world series that stretched to game 7 and extra innings. the championship, so important to this city. die-hard fans waited all night just to get a glimpse of the team as they came home with the trophy. and the party continues here at wrigley field all day. fans drawn here after generations of waiting for a world series century and for the cubbie faithful unwaiverring. faith, finally rewarded with the world championship and a new place in baseball history. jay gray, nbc news, chicago. >> so many people cheering that moment. >> don't forget those all-important brags rights. they had been talking a lot of noise before the game happened. a high school football
happened off the field. >> police say video shows the coach drinking a shot off of one of his player's bodies. the coach's lawyer said it wasn't alcohol. so what was it and what are parents saying about this. and this -- ? >> she's going country. see beyonce hit the stage with the dixie chicks to perform at the country music awards. thatom with dana wagner. temperatures are in the low
"she's a slob." "she ate like a pig." "i'd look her right in that fat, ugly face of hers..." donald trump calls women "bimbos", "dogs", and "fat pigs." but congressman crescent hardy said he'd support donald trump 100%. nevada, there's a better choice: ruben kihuen. kihuen pushed to crack down on employers who pay women less than men. and kihuen will always protect a woman's right to choose. ruben kihuen for nevada.
dan: if a bad guy breaks into my house, i have every right to defend my home. and i will. i have no problem with background checks and good decent americans have a right to bear arms. bad guys? criminals? the dangerously mentally ill? for them to buy guns. we have a loophole where dangerous people can walk into a gun show and buy a gun, no questions asked.
after that, they could walk into my house, or yours. and i'd rather they didn't have a gun.
now to decision 2016. tomorrow is the last day to cast your vote >> faith jessie is live to let us know how lines are looking today. faith? >> reporter: well, lines are growing with the last day of early voting approaching. tomorrow is the deadline and if you missed out or if you haven't voted yet, you might want to get in quick. statistics show that typically most early voters come out on the 1 last day. clark county data in 2012 showed that over 430,000 nevadans cast
their vote in on last day. fast forward to today and nearly 400,000 nevadans have cast their vote early and many more are expected to hit the polls tomorrow. many early voters say they want to avoid the long lines on election day. >> you never know what tomorrow holds. so i wanted to get it out of the way. i wanted to get it done. i didn't want to wait until the last minute and then something happens that prevents me from exercising my >> reporter: now, you can visit news3lv.com to find out where an early voting poll is and what times they close because that does vary. tomorrow is the absolute last day for early voting. if you missed out tomorrow, you will have to wait until tuesday. i'm faith jessie reporting, news 3. >> thank you. those lines may be longer on tuesday. do it now. well, a head football coach
surfaced showing him drinking a body shot off one of his football players. >> john larson has the details. >> reporter: this is the video in question. you can see this football coach doing what's known as a body shot. his attorney says it wasn't alcohol but rather maple syrup, part of a pancake award that was given to this student who had the most blocks during their october 14th one-time incident. the superintendent says it's important to note that whatever the outcome of this investigation is, the coach will still remain a teacher here at paso robles high school because the teacher and coaching contracts are different. the school district is investigating and in a statement said they are concerned about what occurred. our district takes concerns and allegations against a members of our staff seriously. >> it's a little weird, taking a
>> reporter: this mother is trying to put herself in the shoes of this football player's mother. >> if it was my kid, i would kind of kind of strange. >> reporter: bundy has two 5-year-olds. her kids will eventually be going to paso robles high school. >> shocking. i think it's inappropriate. but at the same time, i think the kid had a say in it. >> reporter: while inappropriate, she doesn't think he should lose his job. >> it looks like they were just celebrating. >> reporter: bundy has heard good things about the coach. >> i've heard that from multiple people. i keep seeing it. i have talked to people who love him, say he's great with the kids. i couldn't of think it should be more a smack on the wrist. don't do this again. >> wow. testimony is underway, in south carolina, in the trial of a former police officer charged with killing a motorist. this all happened when walter scott ran from the officer after being stopped.
trial for what prosecutors say is the murder of scott. today, prosecutors told the jury that video captured at the scene didn't surface until several days after the shooting. they also say the video contradicts much of slager's police report. >> what michael slager did to walter scott was wrong. >> he physically and forcefully resisted to the extent that they were both fighting on the ou will show slager acted in self-defense and scott was responsible for escalating a routine traffic stop. an update on the two iowa officers killed this week in what authorities describe as ambush-style attacks. a 46-year-old iowa man has been charged with two counts of first-degree murder in those attacks. the two officers were shot on wednesday while sitting in their patrol cars in separate incidents less than two miles
>> guys, clear the building! clear the building! >> get out! >> panic in the air on the ground in florida after a plane appears to drop rapidly from the sky. sheriff deputies were training when they noticed the plane flying low. the plane land and skidded to a chain-link fence. nobody goss hurt. cvs they are primarily located in rhode island, illinois and arizona. they call these layoffs an effort to save money and better serve their customers. cvs employs almost 250,000 people across the united states. a high rise in san francisco is now sinking. it was supposed to be the pinnacle of luxury with condos
some residents are suing because the tower has sunk 16 inches and is starting to tilt. the top of the building has drifted more than 7 inches. a major hollywood movie that's set to is getting flack that's not completely accurate. >> loving centers around a supreme court case that struck down virginia's law that made it illegal to marry someone of another race. in 1958, richard loving, married a his grandson said she was native-american. >> during those times, there was only two colors, white and black. she was native-american. >> the supreme court's decision to strike down law against interracial marriage was not very popular at the time. time for a check of the forecast. news 3 is your weather authority.
it's shaped up to be very nice. if you liked the weather today, you will like tomorrow and the next day and the next day. outside we're seeing clear skies in las vegas. temperatures checking in within a few neighborhoods. we're at 80 in the north las vegas area in comparison with 86 degrees at moapa. in the mid-50s in mount charleston. the rest of the valleys, 70s and 80s outside just after:00 th this afternoon. we did see the winds pick up earlier today. you could see not quite as windy as yesterday but enough for you to notice it's a little bit breezy out there. 57 degrees right now at mount charleston. upper 70s for pahrump. we're lingering in the 80s for overton, lake mead and upper 70s near boulder city. also seeing light to moderate winds. we'll continue to it diminish overnight. we're looking at temperatures as you are about to head home.
mid-70s expected by 7:00. mostly clear skies by 9:00. again, the winds will diminish. across southern nevada, not much is happening but our neighbors here in arizona are getting some light to isolated showers. you can see them developing right here from an upper level area of low pressure. us, we'll see very dry weather, at least over the next few days. fast forward into the weekend, you can see the showers clearing off that system moving east and out of our area. stillic conditions. high pressure will build in next week. that will keep our temperatures up significantly compared to where we're supposed to be with this fall-like weather. 62 degrees overnight. clearly not quite as cool as last night where we dropped down into the 50s. mostly clear skies are expected. 69 degrees at lake mead. upper 40s for pahrump. 40 degrees for mount charleston and 50 degrees for indian springs for the lows. highs tomorrow, low 80s for overton and lake mead.
well as mid-70s in primm as well. upper 70s for sandy valley. in las vegas, it will be another day packed with sunshine. look at that. hardly much change for our weather pattern. but it will feel nice. 80 degrees on the dot is what we're projecting. above normal for this time of year. nice winds are expected for the duration of the day. looking to the next few days, including your it's kind of a trend that we have going on here. don't forget to set your clocks back on sunday, one hour. breezes will pick up slightly on sunday. that will keep us from getting much warmer by the tail end of the weekend but the ridge of high pressure remaining strong at the beginning of the workweek with more 80s. ive feel -- i feel like we're going backwards.
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good afternoon. i'm dana wagner. here's what's buzzing. country music awards last night. many didn't see it because they were watching game 7 of the world series. biggest stars in country music including beyonce? ? ? >> beyonce performing with the dixie chicks during the 50th cma awards last night. they were playing and the cubs were playing last night. game 7 of the world series in cleveland. the final out and bill mull rare celebrating after the game.
that car given to the mvp, ben zobrist. bill murray having a ball last night. cubs winning the first world series title in 108 years for that franchise. and a video of two twins going viral when one of the twins finds out that her sister is actually a little bit older than she is. >> she's just one minute older. >> [ inaudible ] >> it's just one minute but it actually about an inch taller than the older sister. and that's what's buzzing today, las vegas. >> like my twins. one is about 2 inches taller. "sports illustrated" is celebrating the cubs' win with this cover. it's been released ahead of schedule. >> the magazine moved up
all the way. it features wednesday night's game 7. the cover is already up on the website. everyone has had a song stuck in their head at one point. >> now researchers understand why some music has more power than the others. but first -- we're learning more about that power outage at the paris. an update when news 3 live a 3:00 continues. putting a wife to work is a
very dangerous thing. when i come home and dinner's not ready i go through the roof. grab 'em by the 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.
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. you see these incredible looking women. i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. she ate like a pig. 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. steve wolfson: as district attorney, i've prosecuted a lot of violent people. our background check laws have stopped over 5,000 dangerous criminals from buying guns here in nevada.
power is still out. some people are drinking coffee and having dinner with their loved ones long after they've died. how is this possible? and we'll introduce you to two children who care very much about the world. what they are doing to help save the environment. the justice department naacp say individuals have challenged some voters and they are being removed of that. both groups say that's illegal under federal law. you can't remove voters 90 days before an election. the naacp has filed a suit now. >> every north carolinian should be angered by this kind of activity. we hope the courts will agree
immediate temporary restraining order and these persons will, in fact, be allowed to vote freely. >> no word yet so far on any rulings from a judge. two u.s. service members killed and we are hearing that an intercepted message from the leader of isis has a part in more trouble in our country and nation and in our world relative to terrorism. details from the terrorism alert desk. >> i'm jonathan been killed in afghanistan. they came under fire from the taliban during a train and assis mission with afghan forces. the u.s. military has not released their names or what units they were serving with. and the leader from isis has released a rare message as iraqi troops are entering mosul. he called on his fighters to stand firm in their fight. the recording encouraged isis