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hack provided by u.s.captioningg hack police are investigating a deadly shooting near nellis air force base. what exactly happened? we'll let you know what happened there overnight. nevada state senator reuben with. ynn is being sued accusation. the end of early voting happened last night. how many people waited in the long lines? news 3 live today starts right now. >> anchor: good morning and thank you for joining us on this saturday morning. it is still dark out there. jerry brown, as we bring knew the conversation, not too much
tomorrow. >> 7:08 this morning and tomorrow at 6:09. let's take a look now at our skies. we will go over and take a look from the wetlands park looking out to the west. you can see the darkness but not too bad out. 59 degrees at the downtown studios. winds are light and not a factor in today's weather. humidity up a bit but it will be coming down. the barometer was 31.92. temperatures in the up e low 60s at mountain's edge. around southern nevada and low 40s on the mountain, low 60s in eastern clark county, 51 in pahrump, 71 down in laughlin. we take a look at our skies and, well, i hope we're going to take a look at our skies. there we go. you can see, we've got some low pressure to our east but high pressure is dominating our weather holding off a system up to the north. so we just have just gorgeous weather setting up this weekend.
at 1:00, 79 at 5:00 p.m. down from afternoon high of 81. i think you are going to like the forecast into the rest of the workweek as well. that's up ahead. kyndell, back to you. >> anchor: thank you. police are looking are the gunman or suspect who killed a man near nellis air force base. this happened before 8:00. police say someone pulled out a gun and started firing at the victim. the man was rushed to umc r where he was pronounced dead moments later. it is not clear what sparked the shooting. police have not yet released the description of who they are looking for. >> anchor: a man accused of killing a woman in her home three years ago won't get another trial. prosecutors say morgan shot and killed a 75-year-old woman after breaking into her home in may of 2013. just two weeks ago a judge
the facial tattoos in front of a jury. a local mother is charged with murdering her own 7-year-old son. roshaun malone is the second person arrested for the death of her son richard finley, jr. who died last sunday at sunrise children's hospital. police and paramedics say he had been bound and beaten before his death. they also arrested malone's room, 31-year-old kenneth robinson the day that the child actually died. robinson is facing anp rancher cliven bundy is going off congressional candidate over a campaign ad. bundy says the ad links him to the murder of two metro police officers and he and the attorney don't want this to impact him from having a fair trial. bundy is currently in federal custody awaiting for his february trial for his connection to the april 2014
standoff. >> the reason i have done this is to stop it and ask for an apology. we are not here asking for money. we simply want this stopped. >> anchor: the democratic candidate calls the lawsuit a political stunt and in the next half hour we take you more in-depth into the claims and you will get another response from the campaign. in that race for congress in nevada's fourth district, kris hardy's fellow republicans say he deserves to be re-elected. speakers called his record an accomplishment and claims his opponent not so much. his opponent said he is proud of his record in the state senate and the campaign called hardy's event quote, a political stunt. with decision 2016 fasting approaching, bernie sanders is coming to las vegas. in an effort to make one final push before election day, we are just three days away.
clinton. sanders is expected to show support for the democratic candidate for senate. if you would like to hear from the senator head to news3lv.com for more information on how you can rsvp for the event. more than 30 million votes have been cast already across 48 states with early voting. in nevada we are one of those states and early voting ended late last night with huge lines in the las vegas area. more than 57,000 people actually voted early in clark county alone for this election. some who waited in line to vote were faced with register glitches though and had to cast provisional ballots in the meantime. they tell us they registered to vote well in advance but they were told they were not signed up when they went to an early election voting location. officials with the elections say most of those cases are due to different deadlines set by service providers like the dmv. of course, we are just three days away from election day. news 3 will have complete
tuesday. we will be at the headquarters for the democrats and gerard ramalho and denise will be at the campaign area for the republicans. we will have non-stop coverage beginning at 4:00 p.m. on news 3 and special election night newscast at 8:00 p.m. on cw las vegas on channel 33 cable channel 6. this presidential election has featured a lot of talk about nuclear weapons. would take at that launch a nuclear strike. circa breaks how a nuclear missile would be launched. >> reporter: remember this? >> there is about four minutes between the order being given and people launching nuclear weapons to do so. >> reporter: clinton got us thinking. what happens in the four
no. to better understand here is a view how the u.s. launches nukes. generally speaking we don't launch unless we are attacked first but that's not law. once the military determines we are under nuclear attack they brief the president on it. this briefing is fast like less than a minute because time is of the essence. then the president decides what kind of attack he wants to respond with. the president then verifies his identity and sends his orders to the pentagon. the pentagon along via code to commanders who oversee our nuclear arsenal. the codes along commanders to target weapons as well as enter the space that hold the key to deploy nuclear strikes. within a few minutes after the president has given his order we have missiles on the way toward the enemy. this is done without input from the court or congress and with tensions rising abroad it is not surprising this is part of the presidential election
authority. >> anchor: for more of this go to circa's website at news3lv.com and click on the circa tab. a news outlet itself is caught on the other side of the headlines. coming up, what exactly they did that has so many viewers upset. plus, a shocking incident at mccarran airport that left one person dead and two hailed as ca in this week's video vault. and also coming up, we will be
told about the nevada's poker tournament and why dogs are joining. that is little peanut.
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>> anchor: welcome back. i can tell you this is a caught on camera moment that is also an uh-oh. abc news is caught on camera staging a crime scene tape during a broadcast. as you can see in the photo the police is tied to abc news equipment which is a no-no when it comes to journalism. when the segment aired live on "good morning america" this is where the problem is coming up. you couldn't the tape begins. the story was about a kidnapping in south carolina from correspondent lindsay davis. sources say the place was taped by abc news for the purpose of the live shot but that is staging the area. abc says the producer has been taken out of the field and they are currently investigating exactly what happened there. this isn't the first time abc news has actually doctored a live shot. in april a producer created a fake reservation list for a
the most clue in the world but that was making things up. the denver campaign office for donald trump was vandalized overnight on friday. trump campaign volunteers saw spray paint on windows and side of the building when they arrived. it is unknown who exactly is responsible but the denver co-and chairman hopes the cameras capture who did this. he says the building has been vandali dash cam video shows florida troopers pulling over a man driving on the wrong side of the highway. the toll employee called for help immediately after he saw the driver. police said the 76-year-old man wasn't hurt but did seem confused. his wife reported him missing earlier that day. the elder driver will have to be medically re-eeval baited to see if he can keep his driver's license. four children were taken to the hospital after their daycare
this happened yesterday afternoon in that state. five other children were on board the bus but immediately evacuated. police are investigating the cause of this crash. and back in september you might remember that two people were shot and wounded at mccarran airport in what turned out to be a domestic dispute. this actually isn't the first time that there has been violence at the airport. when it happened back in 1984, the circumstances were very different. here's tom hawley with this week's >> reporter: on sunday, april 8, a man with a gun tried to sneak through this metal detector. in the minutes that followed two security guards were shot. >> what i gleaned from the record probably a disgruntled employee tried to force his way through. >> reporter: mark hall is the clark county aviation museum. >> he shot two guards. didn't kill them. >> i looked over.
bang, the shots. the security guard holding his abdomen walks out, sits in a chair. >> metro had had a regular security presence at mccarran for many years because this is the gateway as they do today. >> reporter: as the man raised his gun on the tarmac police fired with lethal force. brown and mcdonald were rushed to the hospital. >> behind me both guards are in stable condition in the intensive care unit. bravery. >> it happened fast. i didn't stop to think. i had to keep him from getting to the plane and maybe shooting some passengers. >> part of my job. >> reporter: the guards went back to work while the motivation of the dead gunman was unclear. >> there's some thought maybe he was trying to hijack the plane but it still didn't make sense because this was at 7:00 in the morning. the flight wasn't going out until 7:35. >> reporter: tom hawley, news 3.
clarified what exactly he hoped to do. the incident led to upgraded training for airport security guards around the entire country. let's turn our attention over to the weather wall. jerry brown is your weather authority. pretty good conditions out there. >> i am bringing good tidings. chamber of commerce weekend. sunshine, 75 to 80. warmer than normal for november but, hey, let's run with it. let's go to it right now. on the strip west wind at 4. winds will not be consequential today at all. humidity up at 44% but that will be coming down and barometer high at 30.02 and high pressure is dominant weather influence. little cooler down in the southern highlands. southwest valley 54 degrees and winds calm and pressure high. up in north las vegas it is 59 with a west, southwest breeze at 6. temperatures around the valley,
central valley, 57 out at summerlin around southern nevada, 40s on the mountain, low 50s in nye county and pahrump, low 60s mesquite and upper 60s in laughlin. our skies generally clear. 60 degrees officially at the airport. 57 in city of angels. not a lot going on across the usa. we do have a couple of weather systems out west. press good low up here have a low to our east. we are, as i say between a bubble of high pressure that should protect us from either system. we are talking sunny skies today. just a beautiful day if you have any outdoor activities. gaze at the highs. 80 at pahrump, 80 at mesquite, 79 in boulder city. 81 here in the city. sunny, warm day and light east wind.
charleston pleasantly cool. in the lake you might need a wet suit, 70 degrees but 83 the air temperature and nice with a north wind at 5 to 10 miles an hour this afternoon. tonight will be long. clocks back. you get the routine. 58 for the overnight low. winds will be light and skies mainly clear. daylight saving ending overnight. early and then just splendid weather for the workweek. some bipartisan warmth on election day and looking ahead, upper 70s by week's end. that is veterans day, november 11. remember the 11th hour of the 11th day many years ago. over to kyndell. world war i stuff. >> anchor: thank you. reminder to set the clocks back. this is kathy jones with the
talking puppies and poker. >> that's right. >> anchor: let's talk about the event. what is going on? you do this annually year after year. >> yes. jennifer harmon throws a poker tournament at planet hollywood next friday. red carpet starts at 5:00. poker starts promptly at 6:30. it is such a fun event. so many people come out for it. you sign up the day of the event but the silent auction is online right now. we have some amazing, amazing there is a 16-seat vip suite for george strait and you can bid on it right now. there's tickets to tim mcgraw, toby keith. if you go on our website nevadaspc.org there's all the details on it. it will be a fun, fun event and hope to see everybody there. peanut will be there also. >> anchor: she loves giving kisses. this face. turn this way. she is so cute. there you go, peanut. >> all about the kisses this
you know, i want to talk about not only the event, definitely a lot of fun for everyone, but the animals that you have in the shelter definitely not only the stars of the event but who we are going to be benefits, correct? >> oh, absolutely. we rely on the poker tournament. we receive no government funding. we need people to come out and show their support and help us out. it helps little dogs like this one right here. >> anchor: it is early. >> she wants to know where her breakfast is. >> anchor: nspca you are unique when it comes to shelters. >> yes, we are no-kill facility in las vegas. come down to 4800 west dewey drive. we have over 800 animals from dogs and cats and rabbits and guinea pigs and mats and rice
can. >> anchor: say there is someone who has never gone to the tournament. what do you say to those people even if they aren't the best poker players. >> we welcome them. the professional poker plays take you under their wing. sit at their tables and they help you play. it is such a fun event. last year it was supposed to end i believe at midnight and i stayed until the last table and i got i got me 4:00 in the morning t is a fun event. people stick around and have fun and play. so much is going on. >> anchor: peanut will be there. will other animals be there? >> yes, the animals will be there for the red carpet. come down and meet peanut. she will be the bell of the ball that night. >> anchor: definitely want to get everybody out there. friday, november 11. you can see all the information on your screen as well as on our website news3lv.com. kathy, thank you so much. >> thank you so mucuch.
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>> anchor: welcome back.
you have heard it over and over the last few weeks. it has been 108 years since the cubs won the world series. well, for that one fan, as you can see, that number definitely significant. this is hazel nielsen from new hampshire and she is 108 s walking distance of wrigley field and this loyal fan waited over a century to see her team take home that title once again. also, another note, there are 108 stitches on a baseball. one for every year she has actually waited. let's take things more local here. here is randy howell with your latest in morning sports. >> the third round at the shriner's open is underway. yesterday was cut down day.
shot at a $1 million check tomorrow. it has been up and down turiny for local pros. another beautiful day yesterday. scott percy par 5 on 11th hole. ball skips and leaves with a long birdie try. had he a chance to get off the minus 6 mark but birdie putt downhill and stays at 6 under. later he had a chance to get to 7 under with anothe ryan moore is 8 under par heading into the weekend. brooks is hot and in second place. rod dialed in after first round lead. right by the pin. look at the leader board when
yesterday at the wynn eight divisional manage many was on the scale prepared to fight jesse vargas from las vegas tonight. he will have a 5-inch height advantage when they step in the wring later. manny is 144 pounds, vargas, 146.5 but manny 8 to 1 favorite. the street to watch chris bryant and chicago cubs teammate roll through the city for the victory parade. it ended with a rally at grant park. look at the belt bryant is wearing wwe championship cubs belt. third base man for the cubs wins a ring and the mvp has a ring for second straight year and mvp
>> wow, unbelievable. i can't believe this. you know what? i'm holding this thing, this game makes a lot of individual awards but this is definitely a team award for this team. there is a team full of mvps and we are in a city of mvps. >> don't miss the chicago cubs night live" on the big 3. that's it for sports. back to you. >> anchor: thank you. coming up right here on news 3 live today, rancher cliven bundy is taking on a congressional candidate over campaign ads. coming up, we'll tell you exactly what his lawyer has to say in this lawsuit. plus, celebrities are endorses hillary clinton. that happened last night. up next, who exactly was out on the campaign trail for the democratic candidate for president. we'll let you know straight ahead.
at least that exact concert that went on last night and before the election he is taking on campaign ads of his own. we will let you know what makes them so different from the we will let you know what makes them so different from the previous ads we have nnorma prove this message. i don't know what i said, ahh, i don't remember. narrator: and joe heck says i have "high hopes we'll see donald trump become president." trump: you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever. narrator: heck says he "completely supports" trump. i love war in a certain way. narrator: and heck? reporter: do you trust him having his finger on the nuclear button? heck: i do. reporter: why do you say that? heck: why wouldn't i? narrator: donald trump and joe heck.
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on news 3 live today, celebrities are endorsing hillary clinton. what some po beyonce also there. we have that straight ahead. donald trump is firing back at hillary clinton about the celebrity endorsements. what he had to say about them straight ahead. rancher cliven bundy is suing ruben kihuen. up next what bundy's lawyer has to say. news 3 live today starts right now. >> anchor: good morning and thank you for joining us.
as you can see, it is 6:30, just about a few seconds away and it is still dark out there. at we get over to your weather authority jerry brown, this time tomorrow it will look quite different. >> it will be a lot different. daylight saving is ending overnight. set your clock -- i will tell you that throughout the weather cast today and forget myself. it happens every year. let's go over. our skies are starting to brighten to the east. here is the view from the red rock resort out to the west skies there. it is 57 degrees in the central valley, sahara and 15 just south of the spaghetti bowl. winds are light and humidity up but that will come down and barometer up. very comfortable day setting up. check out your temperatures around the valley. generally in the mid 50s to lower 60s. 61 down by the airport. 50 over in blue diamond. that's the coolest reading, and you can see 43 up on the
and fairly mild in the colorado river valley. laughlin at 69 degrees. moisture dissipating out to mojave county, arizona. nothing to the west. a beautiful saturday. how about 66 degrees by 9:00 a.m., by 5:00 p.m., 71 down from afternoon high of 80. perfect conditions. i have the workweek forecast up ea friday. that's in my main weather. kyndell, back to you. >> anchor: thank you. rancher cliven bundy is going after a congressional candidate over a campaign ad. now bundy's attorney is trying to get those ads to stop fearing bundy won't get a fair trial. news 3's christy wilcox has the story. >> reporter: rancher cliven bundy is suing democratic congressional candidate ruben kihuen over political ads to link bundy to two people who
>> it is over the top incorrect. >> reporter: bundy is in federal custody awaiting his trial in february to his connection of the april, 2014 standoff of the bureau of land management at his ranch in bunkerville. the two killers were at the standoff. >> other people in the group became aware of them and because they were violent in nature they wouldn't let them join the peaceful protest. >> reporter: two months later in june when the couple shot and killed those officers. >> it it was a peaceful protest and much more importantly he is very pro-metro. he is pro-local government. >> reporter: the attorney says the ad which passes congressman hardy as a bundy supporter is politically motivated to help ruben kihuen win his election. the democratic candidate calls the lawsuit a political stunt. >> it is very shameful that hardy continues to stand by this man who has broken the law who went to jail for breaking the law and cliven bundy needs to be
sent a statement saying if we're going to make people guilty by association, then the only house ruben kihuen is headed to is the courthouse to stand by all his friends under fbi investigation. while says they're not sure if kihuen is directly responsible, he says his client deserves a fair trial. >> i am asking to stop it not for money. we want this stopped. >> anchor: and new at 6:00, including three children were found off the libyan coast and brought to a port in cicly today. more than 200 people are now believed dead in two ship wrecks in ily. they were attempting to cross the med mediterranean sea.
year. iraq forces took on isis fighting mosul today. more than 600 civilians were transferred to nearby shelters. officials say nearly 200 families were moved to mosu early this week trier to the attacks. hillary clinton held a star-studded campaign rally in ohio featuring jay-z, beyonce, and big shawn. >> i want to grow up in a world where my daughter has no has no limitation. she feel like she can be whatever she want to anybody the world. >> anchor: last night clinton stood alongside the celebrity couple with thousands of cheering supporters looking on. it was a chance for clinton to court millennial and minority voters in the last days before the race ends. clinton stressed the urgency of getting out to vote and pleaded with supporters to win ohio. jay-z fired up the crowd but never mentioned her opponent
the celebrity list last night saying he didn't need help to fill up an arena. he mocked clinton not drawing her own crowd. he packed the house friday night and department play an instrument. trump pointed out how critical pennsylvania is and his chances of winning the presidency and employing backers to get to the polls. >> i hear we set a new record for this building. and by the way, i didn't have to bring i'm here all by myself. [cheering] i am here all by myself. just me. no guitar, no piano, no nothing. >> anchor: this saturday night clinton will be rallying in philadelphia featuring possible star katy perry and speaking of perry, hillary clinton has a new ad which features the singer's song "roar." take a listen.
i am a champion and you're going to hear me roar ?. >> anchor: as you saw, this new ad shows a number of voters saying they are voting for fairness, respect, depth, relief and much more. donald trump's campaign is going big before the election next week. the republican nominee is releasing two minute-long tv ads. >> our movement is about replacing a failed and corrupt political establishment with a new government controlled by you, the american people. the establishment has trillions of dollars at stake in this election. >> anchor: the ad title donald trump's argument for america will air during today's college football games and sunday's nfl games.
that's who he is going after. the campaign says it is spending $4 million to buy that air time. a group of children got the flu after petting some farm animals. which exactly are the animals to blame? we let you know straight ahead. the holiday season is just around the corner. we have tips how to start planning the special occasion. it's hard to make the past dissappear, but danny tarkanian is tryryin. d secretary of state. ...and the shady record that killed his chances every time. the property taxes tarkanian skipped out on for years... the telemarketing scammers he represented... all those fake charities he helped set up. he can try all he wants, but danny tarkanian just can't bury his past. house majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. narrator: the target... seniors.
vulnerable seniors... fronts for telemarketing schemes. seniors lost millions from the scams danny tarkanian helped set up. jacky rosen has always led with integrity. in congress, jacky rosen will protect seniors and strengthen social security. and jacky rosen will always be responsible with your tax dollars. jacky rosen: i'm jacky rosen and i approved this message. dan: if a bad guy breaks into my house, i have every right to defend my home. and good decent americans have a right to bear arms. bad guys? criminals? the dangerously mentally ill? we've made it way too easy 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. vo: yes on question 1. as
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welcome back. singer michael blube and his wife are putting their careers on hold after revealing that their 3-year-old son is battling cancer. the singer says he and miss wife are devastated by the diagnosis of their son noah. their son is undergoing treatment in the united states. more than a dozen children came down with swine flu after
fairs according to a report from the cdc. out of 18 people, 16 of them children were infected with a type of swine flu not seen before in humans. all of them reported some kind of exposure to pigs at agricultural fairs. 13 say they either handled or touched the animals. one actually reported indirect contact. so far four children say they simply passed through that exhibit. all patients are now fully recovered and researchers say they have seen no evidence of person-to-person transmission. have identified the first u.s. cases of a drug resistant fungal infection. the cdc say 13 people have become ill from the infection and sometimes fatal infections with a high likelihood of causing outbreaks in health care facilities have been tracked. this deadly organisms hard to identify using traditional methods. seven cases between may of 2013
four of the infected patients have died but not clear if the deaths were due to the virus. lab evidence suggest cases are related to those in south america and south asia with trap mission occurring in health care settings. the remaining six cases are under investigation. the cdc's director called the fungus an emerging threat saying we need to act now reminding health care facilities to strictly follow their cleaning procedures. coming up here on news 3 live today, a pig r why one police officer had a hard time arresting this pig on the highway. we have that story caught on camera straight ahead. jeanne moos is up next with the latest of melania trump's speech about cyber bullying. the holiday season is around the corner. we have tips and tricks how to start planning the occasion.
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>> anchor: welcome back. touching moment from a high school football game in california had both teams cheering. number 1 is justin bostos and returned the kickoff for the first touchdown. he is a senior with cerbr palsy and running the length of the football field and that is no easy task. for four years he was the honorary team captain and inspirational team speaker. it came to a beautiful close in california. central florida police had to wrangled a squealing suspect who went hog wild and it was all caught on camera. body camera video shows the officer corralling the american yorkshire pig. the officer and motorist helped
there. once officers did arrive, they realized that the pig was too big for the truck and had to wait for a sheriff's range unit to get there and the swine got a little bit feisty. rollie is with the humane society to see if her owner can be found and then she will be put up for adoption if no one steps forward. donald trump is the topic of discussion at one texas pet store but it is not all for political reasons. one yel attention for its hairdo. it is not any hairdo. many say it is reminiscent of donald trump. no one can say if the style is an indication of the bird's political leaning. little bit of a joke there. iconic american doll on her brother have statues in their hometown. we're talking raggedy ann has
years later and books were written about them. new statues were unveiled in the downtown area. dozens came out to see. this included the family of the author and city council committee members who say the statues will help them with tourism. jerry brown is your weather authority. nice conditions out there and also here at home as well, right? >> just gorgeous. we are still running above normal but a lot of people we're talking 75 to 80 degrees which is the comfort zone for many, many people. let's go over take a look at our bright skies. i have switched the camera looking from the springs preserve to the east and with the brightening skies you see the outline of the famous las vegas strip at the springs preserve. just across from meadows mall. 58 degrees. winds are calm. humidity up. that will come down. barometer also up at 30.06 inches of mercury.
there. to the west dawson school 59 degrees. temperatures around the valley, we see low 60s paradise corridor by the airport generally upper 50s but mountain's edge 64. 42 on the mountain, 51 in pahrump, mesquite 60. 39 in caliente, nippy. boulder city at 64. at the top of the ho vegas it was 60 degrees. 58 in l.a. 36 up in reno. nationally you can see not a lot going on around the usa. very quiet. we do have an system up in the pacific will affect the pacific northwest. not us. you see very clearly the low to the east. we are between the two systems and high pressure is protecting us and right guard in the atmosphere. nothing going on this weekend. we are just going to keep it sunny, warm, very, very mild by november standards.
these are very, very nice. look at this. 77 up in indian springs. caliente you are at 70 for an afternoon high and 79 in boulder silty, 84 in laughlin, 81 in pahrump and 81 in the city. sunny, warm conditions with a light easterly breeze. up on mount charleston 59 and down on the lake low 80s with a water temperature of 70 degrees. overnight tonight, the whole routine a long o 2:00 a.m. 58 the overnight low and let's move ahead to our seven-day forecast. you can see just beautiful. 80ish all through the workweek, right through veterans day next friday. it is going to be a nice one. overnight lows in the 50s. kyndell? >> anchor: we have been waiting for this. melania trump enters the age of
melania's entrance. >> reporter: we're not sure why they picked this song for melania trump's entrance. she flashed a peace sign. someone tweeted, this is the dawning of something but don't know about aquarius. melania accepted love from the audience. >> we love you. >> thank you. >> reporter: no surprise. she got mocked for saying as first lady she would cyber bullying of kids. >> our culture has gotten too mean and too rough. >> all i kept thinking was have you met donald trump? >> she can probably cut it in half by taking her husband's phone away. >> reporter: this is melania's first speech since she got burned for plagiarizing michelle obama at the republican convention. before the plagiarism became known she walked off stage to thunderous applause which the
melania's hands. after his boy talk on the bus became public melania came to his defense. >> he is kind, a gentleman. my husband is real. he is raw. he tells it as it is. my husband, he is raw and he is real. and he tells it as it is. it is unfair. >> wow. look on the bright side, at least she is only plagiz >> reporter: not easy being a potential first lady. >> all men are like this? >> yes, they are all animals. if only a woman could be president. >> reporter: melania trump may be making peace signs. ? age of aquarius ?. >> reporter: talking about fighting bullies but she is married to a guy who doesn't believe in turning the other
attention back home to the holiday season that is right around the corner. this is heidi from the venetian. people will be hosting family and friends for the holiday season. you guys are definitely the pros. >> thank you. one of our favorite holidays, it is truly about friends and family and great food, so one of the tips that i might offer is that you make it a gadget-free zone sort of everyone is in the moment. a few things you want to do on the front end is get as much done prior to the event so that you are set up for success and that you can be a very relaxed host on the day of when people arrive. so you might want to have placecards established. it creates great conversation
that people are placed in the correct place to ensure that that happens. these are all things that we can take care of at the restaurant. placecards, menus. chef has incredible line up planned for thanksgiving. very traditional items like the autumn salad we are doing and venison. beautiful pies. this is one of our best selling cocls it is called the x-pac. a vanilla isphere with orange bust and makers mark. >> anchor: this ice ball we'll call it is pretty. >> vanilla infused. it releases, i know it is early. >> anchor: it is 5:00 somewhere, i guess. >> it is las vegas. >> anchor: of course.
madeleines. that is something special someone can depart with and remember the special day. >> anchor: i think that's a special touch, too, if you pick up some from your restaurant and able to send people off on their way to remember the meal, the fun, the conversation, and also something to take home. >> exactly. >> anchor: all right. very beautiful. get all the information on our screen with holiday event bookings. the number is there o get it on our website news3lv.com.
>> anchor: welcome back. dilate saving time ends sunday morning and it is time to fall back. sleep experts are sharing some tips on how to make the most of that bonus hour. they suggest instead of sleeping longer to use that extra hour in the morning for something a little bit more productive. go to bed when you feel and wake up when you wake up and get up and get moving. that's because actually they say interrupting your body's natural sleep cycle can end up making you feel more tired. also, try to get your whole household on a similar schedule. that can help both the old and young adults with that time change. but this one for the fall, i say, it is a good change. in the spring i don't like it when we go forward and lose the hour. this one is easy. enjoy the extra hour. the giant panda twins born
time yesterday. the baby boy weighed in at 2.9 pounds while his younger sister weighed 2.5 pounds. it is a natural instinct of giant panda mothers to pick the strongest cubs from twin birth to nurture on while ignoring or refusing or take care of the weaker one. the animal keepers observed and nursed the female cub around the clock until the mother was able to step in. the twins are growing so fast melting the hearts of the visitors at the park. everybody loves baby animals. >> yes, and everybody will like the forecast. 80ish throughout the coming workweek. generally 75 to 80, 81 with overnight lows in the 50s. this is october on very good behavior and daylight savings tomorrow. veterans day next friday. >> anchor: you had a good tip for everyone, too. set them tonight before you go to bed especially if you have someone to are tomorrow.
good morning. three days to go. time running out for hillary clinton and donald trump to make their cases to the american people. clinton using serious star power. ?? >> trump saying he doesn't need the help. he's happy to go it alone. >> i didn't have to bring jlo or jay-z. >> both using different strategies for the campaign trail. grisly find. the police find a body on the property of the man accused of kidnapping and chaining a woman