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i'm jim snyder. >> reed: i'm reed cowan. some more violent than others. we tan talk about thousands of people victims of unwelcome intrude nez the safety of their own homes. kelsey thomas is live at metro headquarters with a look at the easiest ways you can protect yourself at home. kelsey? >> reporter: 40 burglaries a day, that is the average. we did the math so you don't have to do it. we're talking one burglary every 36 minutes. your best bet is to stay step ahead of the crooks. >> my heart immediately stopped. it was very nerve-racking. it was very scary. >> reporter: walking around jennifer arnold's home like he didn't have a care in the world. >> he was just walking around. taking his home. >> reporter: a crook on her security camera in her living room. in minutes her electronics gone. her lab diesel not much of a watch dog. >> i actually went in and put locks on my gates.
i have three outdoor security cameras. >> reporter: we've seen it time and time again across las vegas. burglaries caught on camera. remember this no nonsense neighbor who startled thieves coming out of a home across the street from him? >> it's really scary. >> reporter: or this teen hell bent on a break-in using a rock to bust through a couple's window. fbi stats show there were more than 14,000 burglaries in las vegas last year. >> as you can see mesh. it gives the homeowner standoff distance. >> reporter: a security door is a good way to protect your home against intruders. don lee with security assessment group recommends getting security film for your windows. >> it makes it so people just can't break the glass and walk into your house. >> reporter: as far as the cheapest way to protect yourself? replace your dead bolt screws. >> go to home depot and buy three, three-and-a-half long
that will definitely shore up your front door. >> reporter: a $0.40 solution to make your home safer. one of the safest cities in nevada when it comes to burglaries? boulder city. only 39 break-ins last year. so a little bit of good news to end our report tonight. jim back to you. >> jim: one of the many reasons people who live in boulder city love it. thank you for that. the mother of beaten to death last week is now under arrest facing a murder charge herself. rashaan malone and her friend kenneth robinson are in jail. he was staying with her at the time and was arrested sunday after the boy was found with obvious signs of abuse according to police. they say malone was home when the alleged abuse happened. as we head into the final days of decision 2016 a federal judge has just ruled the nevada republican party and the
nevada democrats sued to try to block what the party claimed were crimes against voters. news 3's sergio avila is down at the federal courthouse where the decision came in. sergio, that judge reached this decision a few hours ago? >> reporter: it was judge boehler who said there was not enough evidence to prove any sort of voter intimidation happened here in nevada. the democratic party has sued states alleging voter intimidation and says they're planning to deal with more of the same on election day. here in nevada, the federal magistrate denied the democratic party's allegation saying there was no evidence of voter intimidation. this stems from supporters of donald trump asking to be vigilant. stone was named for his connection to stop the steal.
to watch polling locations. in iowa a judge sided with democrats and ordered that stop the steal cannot partake in voter intimidation and would be criminal to charges if they did. federal charges in four other states have yet to rule though allegations. stop the steal and roger stone both named in the lawsuit in nevada as well. a decision on that portion of the suit has yet to be made. that's expected to happen monday afternoon. reporting live, sergio avila, news 3. >> reed: thank you. the most closely watched senate race in the nation is coming down to the wire. so if the polls are right it is a toss up between catherine cortez-masto and republican joe heck. we sat down with congressman heck on tuesday so tonight the conversation continues with his opponent. new at six, jeff gillan on the senate beat. >> reporter: we did not get a chance to sit down we had to stand up because the candidate was out four days before
votes. hard to tell who is the biggest celebrity. the woman who could be the first latina elected to the u.s. senate. or mexican center star angeliquea maria here for catherine cortez-masto. with republican joe heck i had a leisurely 30 minutes. this was hectic for a candidate on the run. i got to squeeze in a few questions. what does she think of the renewed investigation into hillary clinton's emails? >> it's an unusual cist democrats admit that it's very unusual. and at this point in time i think it's a matter of shining a light on the emails and letting the public know what's in them. that's really where we should be focused on. >> reporter: democrats from the president to this candidate charged that heck dumping trump was too little too late. wants to know why is cortez-masto standing with clinton who republicans say is
cloud. >> i have no problems trusting hillary. i think she is head and shoulders above trump to be commander-in-chief. she's got the experience and background. i trust her in foreign affairs as well as the economy. donald trump has no background or experience. he's got a campaign that's built on divisive rhetoric. >> reporter: this week open enrollment started. when many nevada avpz will seem premiums increase. proof republicans say obama care doesn't work. what's her plan. >> w because we have addressed some of the most egregious practices by the insurance company and we fix what doesn't. that means we work together and address the high premiums is the high cost of prescription drugs. >> reporter: she was here on the last day of early voting. at an early voting site the line was out the door. for catherine cortez-masto she needs these votes to make nevada and u.s. history. we are putting our entire interview. it lasted about five minutes
back to you. >> jim: thank you. now on to another congressional race as fellow republicans say crescent hardy deserves to be re-elected to the house. state senator and two members of the assembly say hardy has a track record of accomplishments that his opponent does not. hardy's incumbent in the fourth district running against reuben kihuen. the majority leader claimed that kihuen has done nothing in carson city. >> as ie into -- even on the republican leadership side you have a lot of democrats that were involved in a lot of the process. whether that was suggesting amendments, making changes to the bill, trying to make sure it was the best policy it could be. reuben kihuen has absent in all those conversations. >> i'm very proud of my record in the state legislature. i created the first ever grants for low income students to go to college. today over 1500 students are
grants. >> jim: his campaign called this morning's event a political stunt. the clinton campaign announcing that bernie sanders will a rally here on her behalf on sunday. we're waiting for the details on the time and location. we'll keep you posted through the weekend on news3lv.com. as decision 2016 is decided, we hope you will join us right here on news 3 atz we partner with nbc news to bring you all the latest results. jeff gillan and john treanor a democrats. gerard ramalho and denise rosch with the republicans. we'll have nonstop coverage beginning at 4:00 p.m. in the afternoon here on news 3 and a special election night newscast at 8:00 p.m. until 11 on the cw las vegas. >> reed: time for a check of your roads. we're understanding tom hawley is live in sky 3 right now. he is over some police activity in the area of torrey pines near alta. tom? >> tom: we don't have a whole lot to go on but i'll start with
we heard a report of police activity. this is on the south side of garside junior high school. that's at the top of the screen. looks like we have two separate scenes where police have it taped off then they have wide open space between and then about 50 yards away they've got police tape on the other side as well. we don't see a lot of activity. we don't see a large number of patrol cars here. but we see about three, four, five, six units that are out here right now. and they've taped it off. we're working to but right now we know that police are investigating this area here just off garside high school or garside junior high school with one road taped off and police activity. tom hawley reporting from sky 3. >> jim: thank you for that. we'll keep in touch with him and see what develops. we're also learning more with tonight about the day two school district police officers shot and killed a man. >> reed: what a fact finding hearing determineed about their future. >> jim: we'll take you inside
show to hoe how how it's evolved and grown. >> temperatures on a roll and we've got that through tomorrow. we'll tell you what happens after that with the full 7-day forecast. >> reed: is there a serial killer the loose in south carolina? the evidence
police including a woman chained in a storage locker. >> jim: that incredible story coming up in our second
as you make up your mind,
remember -- congressman heck voted 10 times to defund plannened parenthoo. he even threatened to shut dowon the government over it. 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.
>> reed: bet you didn't know this but all this glitz and glamour began under the gr los angeles. 50 years later it's evolved into the premier automotive show in the united states. nathan o'neal joins us live at the convention center where a sema after party is underway. pedal to the metal o'neal. >> reporter: we're at sema ignited. the only event that is open to the public. you can see the thousands of people that have come out here to check out these puppies. these cars that have been lined up. the parade has been going on.
throughout the trade show, this parade has been going on for two hours and it's not over yet. from burning rubber to classic cars this is the sema show in las vegas. the trade show exploding over its 50 year run. 140,000 people, 2400 companies. it's here where the cars are the stars. >> getting hands on expernc things that come with it. let's go for a ride. >> ready? >> whoo! >> the great thing about the sema show is it's experiential. all the great products that are unveiled each year, they don't just sit on a table top. they come to life. >> nathan is not allowed inside the show itself so he settles
sucks but it's awesome they have this event that you can see. >> reporter: they get a chance to get a glimpse of the latest product. >> i love seeing all that. what's possible. the potential for the future in the automotive industry. >> reporter: we'll give you another look of what we like to call eye candy out here. there is no limit to the amount of distractions. check out the crowd. they've been out here going strong since about 3:00. it's not over. it's going to be wrapping up about 10:00 p.m. you want to head out you can do so. it costs about $20 for general admissions. a lot of fun to be had still out here. reporting live, nathan o'neal, news 3. back to you. >> jim: wish we could be there with you nathan. thank you. a couple of car guys here for sure. that would be fun to check out. a great night for it too. >> reed: i know. news 3's your weather authority.
cred frit the guys out there. >> a lot of short sleeves. slap something high-fives with this kind of weather. just a word of warning. it is november. once reality returns there's going to be a significant drop in the temperature. look what happened last year. first four days of the month... 80, 86, 65. on this day one year ago big time cold front. 55 for the high. lows in the 30s. but i don't see that happening in our near future. we topped out at 82. ten degrees above normal. only been standing since 1988. 59 the morning low. it is our second 80 degree day in november. the record is eight. we're going get close. going to be real close. not sure we'll get there but going to be close. how about the lake? look how calm the water is? that's the story all weekend because we're not expecting much in the way of wind. another recreational opportunity at red rock? a few cars out there on the loop. otherwise gorgeous. just a few clouds. here is our new camera in
over the higher elevation this afternoon. that camera is going to show us pretty good snow later this winter. then zion national park a lot of clouds. that's where they've been, off to the east. that's adding to some of the majesty of those rocks in that park. washington and mount hood 78 degrees. great november evening. alex andar and fort apache at 74. clark middle school which is the northern part of pahrump valley they're at 72. air. the range is anywhere from 71 to 78 depending on your neck of the cactus. we hit the mid-80s near camino el dorado and ann road but most neighborhoods hit the lower 80s. mountain's down to 43. the lake at 75. boulder city a degree cooler. air quality not a problem. no pollution and pollen is absent. i know that's going to change here but we've got to enjoy it while we have it. your saturday starts in the 60s.
i think in between hours we'll get up to 80 or 81 for a high. we won't have any wind. should be less than ten. and most hours less than five miles per hour. we've got this system. you saw the clouds up there in south western utah. it's to our east. our area of high pressure is strengthening and the clouds are if anything leaning eastward. holding that system at bay. it's also preventing this big cold front out in the pacific from coming in to the west coast. if it is impacting the west coast it's near washington. then that canada. whic continue through the weekend and through all of next week. 58 in mesquite. 34 up in caliente for friday night. saturday afternoon highs sandy valley at 76. 80 in mesquite. 86 in laughlin. still the 90s in death valley. our valley tonight going down to 62 under a clear sky. the rebound for saturday. we're thinking 81. tomorrow's record is 84. that is safe but we're back in the neighborhood.
72 degree water temperature. most places would love that. but for us that's kind of on the cool side. the mountain's going to bottom out in the mid-30s. rebound to a 60 high. your 7-day forecast looking forward. when is this going to end? not next week. i think we're stuck. if you are going to be stuck, be stuck around 80 for highs and overnight lows in the 50s to 60. once we set the clocks back tomorrow night that high temperatures happening betwe three in the afternoon. if you forget to do the clocks that means you will be early or late for things. >> you will be early because your clock is set back an hour. >> jim: not as bad as the other where you are late for everything. a major problem could be lurking beneath the lid of your washing machine. >> reed: why the recall associated with it is putting samsung once again through the ringer. it's almost back to business as usual at the paris las vegas.
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laying out all the evidence from a deadly police shooting last november. >> tried to ram two parked police cars. shots fired. >> reed: s that some of the police radio traffic from the day 55-year-old james francis smith was killed by two clark county school police officers. investigators say smith intentionally s cruiser near wigwam and maryland parkway before driving to desert bloom park where school police were investigating ab unrelated fight call. witnesses say smith drove directly at the officers who opened fire killing smith. today a public fact finding hearing was held in that case. no charges will be filed against the officers involved. >> jim: operations are getting back to normal today at the paris las vegas following that complete all day power failure.
entertainment. the whole place lost power at 9:45 a.m. when a contractor accidentally drilled into the main power line. they're trying to figure out why the back-up generators didn't kick in. guests displaced can call a toll free customer service line. one set up for refunds and other issues. the company offering to core any change fees, bag shipping. we've got the number for you or your guests here in news3lv.com. we have new video tonight of a school bus crash in baltimore. >> reed: it really gives shocking insight into the moments leading up to a deadly collision. >> jim: and two new york police sergeants shot while chasing a burglary suspect. one has died.
r side, why did he threaten to shut down the government on his crusade to defund planned parenthood? side with the wall street banks when he called nevada's foreclosure crisis a "blip"? and why did joe heck put
payday lenders and their shameful interest rates first when he took their money? nevada, it's time to put people before the corporate special interests. it's time to vote no on joe heck. senate majority pac is responsible
>> reed: what a tragic and bizarre story unfolding continually in south carolina tonight where police found a woman chained in a locked storage container. >> she's been missing two months. the owner of the property where she was found is in jail tonight. and as jay gray explains police are searching for other victims the rescue woman told them may be buried there. a gruesome discovery thven a as investigators search 100 acres across rural south carolina. >> we did find a body in a shallow grave. on this piece of property around 10:00 a.m. this morning. >> reporter: and now they're