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teacher well known in the local community sexually targeted a 10-year-old the power is back on at the paris. >> kim: how scary when they went off yesterday morning.
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moments. we have traffic and weather every 10 minutes on the program. a very important forecast for us today. early voting ends and we have a pga golf town until the town. >> kelly: it's looking >> tom: they have light in the area from the side of the hotel and the street looks great. the tourist are sleeping this time of the morning. good news in the resort corridor.
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now. we are running in the green. great start to your friday morning commute. >> dana: we take you live to the beautiful las vegas strip. craig has made his way down to our resort corridor. the lights are back on at the paris although i notice the lights on the i'll to youer are not on at this hour. >> 9:45 in the morning until 10:15 last night the power off at paris at the resort here, paris las vegas. it was on about 2:00 in the afternoon but that was for emergency lighting only. what happened is what everybody has been asking. apparently a construction crew drilled down into the main power line in the basement and that cut electricity to the entire property.
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here told to get out. people rescued from elevators and only allowed back into rooms for medication. stephanie wood was in town to get married. >> my medication is there. we are getting married tomorrow so my wedding dress is there. >> back here live you can see the front of the resort that faces the boulevard. it is lit up. the power, at least some of it is back the tower appears not to be lit up as usual. we are expecting to get an update at 6:00 this morning from cesar's entertainment as to what the status is on getting everything here back to normal. that's what everything wants. this is the largest power outage
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>> kim: new information this morning concerning a crime we've been talking about for a while that concerns that henderson man who volunteered to help several mormon families in his congregation and is accused of sexually targeting a 10-year-old girl. martin gill racist and hateful inappropriately touched that girl, took pictures of told her it was our little secret. >> she knew him very well and he approached her with the guise of i'm doing a picture scavenger hunt and i need to you help me out. >> what they have alleged in their indictment has not been
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>> dana: former president bill clinton hanging out on the campus of unlv. he talked to the crowd calling the students the future of >> look around this crowd tonight, you are america's future. one of the reasons that we everybody outside this country thinks we are crazy that we would even consider voting for somebody who tells us we're going downhill and everything is terrible, we are rising and the future is bright because of you. >> dana: in the latest poll has trump six points ahead of
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show more democrats have voted early in our state than republicans. >> kim: we'll have a live report on that developing story. a federal judge in town is saying he hasn't seen evidence that donald trump's campaign is training to people to intimidate voters as they go vote here in nevada. he says he doesn't expect to issue a restraining order that democrats have been after just ahead of the election on tuesday. all of this coming as the official yesterday. that judge is expected to issue a final ruling by this afternoon so stick with news 3 throughout the day for continued coverage on this one. in case you don't have a heads up on what we're talking about, it all started with the nevada state democratic party filed a suit against republicans and the operator of the group stop the steal saying that group along with trump supporters are intimidating voters at polling
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you are just hours away from having early voting close here in southern newfoundland nevada. southern nevada. by 8:00 tonight nearly half a million people have cast early ballots here. for more information on this as it continues to develop throughout the hours and day, you can visit for additional information. maybe you areoo early voting site and you can track what is going on with all of your friends and neighbors in town. we get a live report on this topic in moments. >> dana: all these people behind me have early voted. they have the i voted sticker. we want to see your selfie as well. don't take it inside the voting booth. you are not allowed to take a selfie there. but these people did take selfies outside.
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we voted. did you? and this one i like too. i any she hits it right on the nose. she also has a lucy as her i con on her twitter handle. you may see your picture show up on the news this morning. >> kim: no selfie within the voting booth. still to come an exclusive consumer reportu saving advice concerning smoke detectors. >> the difference between life and death. >> consumer reports experts recommending the features you should be looking for when buying a smoke alarm for your home. this is timely because we're falling back this weekend. >> dana: a woman missing from two months ago. police found her alive. where she was for two months is coming up. >> kim: a guy says dozens of
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember."
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>> kim: fur new to town we are a military community so many ways, especially because we are home to nellis. it's even harder to report two military members have died. the attack also killed 26 afghan troops. we do know that as this is story, we know they have violence going on in neighboring iraq. as far as afghan special forces carrying out this raid the other day, they didn't have information about nato involvement but this is a fresh investigation and we'll stay on top of it. >> dana: a woman who had been missing for two months was found alive in south carolina.
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the woman was found chained up on the property anyway locked container building. >> it was pretty hairable. we have deputies that came and did the search and heard a lady banging on a container. for all of our officers to open the container up and see her chained like a dog. that is incredible. >> dana: she is alive to tell the tale. her boyfriend who went misin the owner who was on the property sand a registered sex offender has been taken into custody and is charged with kidnapping. >> kim: this is the time of year we're supposed to change the batteries in our smoke alarm. what if the smoke alarm needs to be switched out. consumer reports reveals why
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give your family the best protection in a fire. often the difference between life and death in a fire is a working smoke alarm. >> the detector in a home is useless. >> twice a year fire prevention officer and his team remind people to pay extra attention to their home smoke detectors. here is what you might not know, if your smoke alarm is more than 10 years old, it's time for a new one can lose sensitivity. >> change your clocks, change your batteries. >> consumer reports test smoke detectors by creating two common fires. smoldering fire and a fast fire. >> photo electric alarms are best at detecting slow fires and ionization alarms best
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recommend you get an alarm with both types of sensors. >> the best have a dual sensor. these two $30 models are top rated. >> when they are interconnected, if one alarm goes off, every alarm in your house will go off and that will protect you from distant fires, give you more time to get out of the house. >> some newer smoke alarms are that last as long as the unit itself which is about 10 years. those are not replaceable. it's a good idea to note in a black marker when you got the alarm and then you'll know when to replace it. >> dana: time for team traffic. tom is joining us. any issues? i see an accident on charleston.
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for. travel times looking pretty good right now. no accidents on the freeway. we go back to the resort corridor where a lot of attention on the paris. while we saw lights not on on the eiffel tower a lot of properties turn off many of their lights in the overnight hours. we see everything lit up to midnight but others turn off until dawn comes. we notice there is police activity to the south ofhe hollywood. doesn't look like anything serious just a few squad cars. we have a little bit of a breeze. yesterday you could see that where the grass blowing there. then they quiet down in the evening. wind lighter today. as you are stepping out the door
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a light jacket heading out the door. sweater this morning. temperatures warming up this afternoon. you are going to want layers. going to be t shirt werth. rain showers in parts of arizona and mexico moving up to the north and west. look like they are heading in our direction but not going to make it. mostly sunny skies, rain showers are a possibility high temperatures today 81. that is nine above normal for this time of year, mostly sunny skies. i will fix that spelling in a second. overnight 61. mostly clear skies. our seven-day forecast, if you like today, i think you are going to like the rest of this too. 80 saturday, 79 on sunday and weather will not be an excuse to
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>> dana: there is jane king and turns out las vegas is a very dog friendly city. >> yes. las vegas has everything big and pets is no different. a group called spare foot says the city has a high number of pet friendly businesses, dog parks and a pet themed radio show. friendly restaurants. so you have to leave the dogs at home when you head out to the all you can eat buffet. >> dana: the answer to every question on the dog radio show is the same. identity theft is a big problem in our country including with the i.r.s. >> they have really made some
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they started a crackdown and it's prevented millions of dollars in fraudulent refunds. they are seeing fewer bad refunds and fewer taxpayers becoming victims. the information sharing by the i.r.s. state tax agencies, private tax preparation and software firms all of them sharing information to try to reduce that fraud and looks like it's working. >> dana: here is hoping your weekend is not rough. can't wait for the election to be over. >> an extra hour of sleep. >> dana: good point. we'll check back in on monday. >> kim: we're not quite there yet. we have an election story that has a lot of people perplexed. takes you to los angeles. why were all of these ballots showing up at one certain location with different mail ago dresses? there is a guy who lives in the home that says this isn't right.
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addressed to different people but all of them supposedly living within his elderly neighbor's two bedroom apartment. the registrar's office said it was a glitch in the system. just a mixup. nothing dire going on. the ballots have been voided. the affected voters are being contacted. the man who found them says he knew right away something wasn't right. the registrar saying while they believe this is an for any other voting irregularities and they are staying on top of it. >> dana: they are getting ready to die the chicago river blue in honor of the cubs. the parade begins there in about three hours from now. they die this same river green every st. patrick's day in that city. we're going to have live pictures out of chicago all
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for you. a woman says she discovered something unusual about a quarter in her purse. coming up what this donald trump quarter says and where it was found. >> kim: a voter says a miss spelling on a ballot is making
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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 age 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. 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.
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>> tom: i mentioned that accident just to the east of nellis. we'll be checking that out with sky 3 later on to see if there
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>> kim: there was an extra i that should not be there. it shouldn't have been there to begin with. they av apologized but said it was an innocent mistake. they are not trying to sway any votes. >> dana: looks like it says hill liar clinton. they back out into the ocean. we'll tell you how coming up.
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>> kim: murder suspect facing a judge today. we take you there for a today your last chance to get out and vote before election day. coming up in a live report we're going to break down the numbers for you. how many people have already voted. how many of those democrats and
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>> kim: the big balloon ground asked lit up and the beacon on top of the tower. this is a big friday because we get theal election day on tuesday. they are celebrating in chicago. >> dana: they are going to turn the river blue in honor of the cubs. >> tom: they always die it green on st. patrick's day.
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before. everything looks good. that's what we like to see. we have a couple of things we're keeping an eye on. an accident at charleston and christy to the east of nellis. fire department activity on monroe avenue just to the west of nellis. we'll be checking that out from sky 3 in a little while. it is early at lunchtime 76 today. 81 at 3:00 and by 6:00 it will be 78-degrees. >> kim: in less than 30 minutes from now a news conference about what happened with the power
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it last #-d all day into the night. they had just emergency lighting in the afternoon. a construction crew drilled into the main power line on the property. more than 3,000 people were staying at the paris and they were told they had to get out at t different elevators. people were only allowed in their rooms for medication. >> dana: people were using their cell phone lights just to get
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shooting and killing a father in front of his children. he's going to face a local judge hours from now. kendall is here this morning with more of what is going to happen. >> the suspect recently moved in with the the victim family. he had recently been released from prison and ramirez was allowing him to until he found a place of his own to stay. he is back behind bars and in a matter of hours he will be before a judge. he got into an argument with the father of three, shot him multiple times and then stabbed the victim's wife. he was supposed to be moving out the sunday before that deadly shooting. he's been charged with attempted murder for that stabbing of the wife. we'll bring you the latest on
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dude. decision 2016, you want to early vote, you only have hours left. michelle is all over this
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>> republicans are in trouble right now. we spoke to one voter. she immigrated from italy nearly 8 decades ago. i have been an american for 80 years. she's 90 and she's out there and voting. none of us have any excuses. today the last day. 9:00. it's staying open an hour later. it's been closing at 7:00. it will be open until 8:00 tonight. get out there and vote. no matter how long the lines are today, they will probably be shorter than what we'll see on tuesday. >> kim: it's amazing how people are getting the word. 617,000 and that is a low number have already voted when it's all
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will have cast ballots early. breaking records in the silver state. >> dana: these people early voted. this is one of my favorites. he has jack daniels whisky, the i voted stick sustained alien. he said it's done, pray for the u.s.a. american horror story. we want to see your i voted stickers. don't do it inside the voting booth. that is illegal. hashtag it i may see your picture on the program this morning. >> kim: still to come, it is a big celebration, so big they are turning the water blue in chicago. we have live coverage out of chicago as they dye the river and we take you live to the parade route. stay tuned.
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with all of the shenanigans danny tarkanian's pulled in nevada -- helping set up fake charities used to scam nevada seniors, failing to pay thousands in property taxes, losing $17 million in a failed development scheme, then sticking taxpayers with the bill --
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t afford tarkanian in congress, ever.
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>> kim: you are about to see what it takes to save a life. the human getting it done with this huge whale that beached itself. looked to be an adult suffering from superficial wounds from scraping on the they used a rope to move this animal back into the ocean. >> dana: that's a success story. >> tom: a whale of a story that turned out well. we see police activity in front of the planet hollywood. doesn't look like a big deal. travel times looking good with your traffic ahead forecast.
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the door, they are starting out above normal. as we get into the afternoon we're looking at highs in the low 80's. >> dana: those of people delayed when two different train services shut down in japan. what officials say caused the shutdown and how long the trains were out of commission. >> kim: our resident food i did
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>> krystal: you are taking a live look at a three alarm pallet fire. it is very much involved.
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bernardino. saturday deferentially engines, a bulldozer, a few trucks on scene trying to get fire under control. it's at a pallet yard in san bernardino. no reports of injuries. >> kim: more breaking news to share with you. we have just gotten our hands on the latest jobs report for the the final report before people head to the polls on election day. 161,000 jobs were added for the month of october and that brings the unemployment rate down to 4.9% from 5% a month ago. >> dana: iraqi special forces
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mosul. talk about train troubles for hundreds of thousands of city commuters. not in this country. we take to you japan for this one. two different train services suspended from the first train in the early morning hours and 10 hours later more trouble. a lot of commuters forced to stand in long lines for taxis. hours on end here. the company saying more than 150,000 commuters were affected by the service suspension saying a damaged communication cable at a station north of tokyo caused all this trouble. they think rats maybe were the ones that bit off part of the cable to cause all of this chaos. >> dana: we have live pictures out of chicago. they are turning the chicago
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chicago cubs who won their first world series title in 108 years. the cubs victory parade will start mere in about two hours from now at wrigley field. they will wind through the streets for six miles ending at grant park where they will have a rally in downtown chicago. no school today. they cancelled school so the kids could attend the big parade. there you see them turning the chicago river blue as we >> kim: he may have been blue if he was cold outside. zobrist signing autographs. he only lives two miles from wrigley field and had no problem standing outside and signing all those autographs. >> tom: i'm all about the cubs too. i only lived in chicago from ages five to seven but i'm going to take it as a chicago victory. we have an accident just to the east of nellis.
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car nado still fully under way. the biggest effect is where you take the mlk ramp especially in the evening hours. that is the way it's going to be up through february. around town it's just busy on the southbound 15. what you expect this time of day. little fire on monroe. we'll see what the damage is from that in a few minutes. >> kelly: i was born in chicago, lived there until i was three, victory yesterday. here is a look -- or the day before. here is a look from yesterday. tons of sunshine. beautiful conditions out there. temperatures got warm too. we climbed up into the 80's yesterday in many locations. normal for this time of year, low 70's. temperature right now at pahrump valley high school 49 and calm
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here is a look at the radar. we are tracking showers moving through arizona. none of these expected to effect us here though. these should stay in arizona and utah as well. highs today above normal. death valley 93. overton 84 for your high. tonight sandy valley you are going down to 57, mesquite 59 and our seven-day forecast for the rest of the week, through the weekend into next week, highs in the upper 70's, low 80's and tons of sunshine. >> dana: back to san bernardino california. they have a massive pallet yard fire burning as we speak with live pictures. this is a three hour drive outside of las vegas. the cause still unknown. >> kim: still to come this morning in the water cooler, the live shows will start up on the
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when they were visiting this set. we have it ahead. >> dana: apple changed the look at the peach emoji and some people are not happy about it at all.
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hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depepends on steady leadership. donald trump: "knock the crap out of them, would you? : "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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the live shows begin next week on nbc and channel 3. apple overhalled the peach. it looks like somebody's rear end. people liked it the old way. >> they like the kim kardashian emoji ratherrer than the one on the right showing the new peach. i don't think they are going to return to the older look but
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jessica chastain immortalized where the biggest names of movies are able to put their hand or footprint in cement. when you go to that theatre in hollywood you are able to see some of the biggest stars and their hand. you can see how your hands measured up to the that next time i'm there. he was the m.v.p. of the world series and he was caught outside his home doing something much to the delight of all the people standing around. they are dieing the river blue. team coverage headed your way. team coverage on decision 2016. we have michelle reporting live on early voting this morning here in town. we also have tracy potts live from washington with the latest
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>> kim: breaking news. a news conference is about to start about the big power outage yesterday. we're taking you there for the live news conference in moments. >> dana: new this morning a federal judge in nevada expected to rule on the voter
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republicans. what he is saying the evidence has shown so far. plus -- >> there is no way i'm going to stand in line on election day. i like to get it done and get it over with. >> kim: today is the final day so this is the last day for you to get it done. we'll tell you how easy it is in a live report in moments. >> dana: go 6:00 on this friday morning. >> kim: it concerns the paris las vegas where yesterday the power went out. they are getting ready for a live news conference, let's listen in. >> paris is open and we are totally open for business at this point. there was a permanent fix to the electrical problem so we don't expect any problems going forward. i want to thank the county fire,


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