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>> it gets a little dicey. >> reporter: but the end result has people coming from all over. the italian grandmas were such a hit he opened it up to grandmas from around the world. pakistan, syria, algeria, and turkey among more than a dozen nationalities. >> they say thank you. delicious. i'm so happy. >> reporter: nina is from belarus. she hits the russian shops for authentic ingredients. meal. potato pancakes. >> reporter: and one of the grandmas now giving cooking lessons in the restaurant. she said the secret of the grandma is cooking from the heart. >> reporter: did you think you would be a chef? >> no. it was my dream. >> reporter: a dream come true both sides of the burner. >> it was delicious. it was wonderful. >> reporter: just like grandma used to make. maybe. >> this food is way better.
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dahlgren, nbc news new york. that's nbc nightly news for this saturday. reminder daylight saving time ends at 2:00 a.m. don't forget to set your clocks back an hour. i'm jose diaz balart reporting from new york. thank you for the privilege of your time.
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and from all across nevada supporort question 1. i'm one of them. i support question 1 because it will help save lives. haley: question 1 protects gun rights and does something urgently needed: it closes the background check loophole and keeps guns out of dangerous hands. states that have closed the loophole have seen fewer police officers shot and killed in the line of duty. it won't end all gun violence, but it will save lives. that's a fact. protect our families and police.
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breaking tonight. donald trump rushed off stage at a rally in reno. the chaos taking place just moments ago. and deadly shooting. police searching a westside neighborhood. hy the center of the case. and why metro's probation office is changing its ours. -- its hours. what it will mean to those currently in the system. thank you for joining us, everyone. we are starting with breaking news tonight. high tension in reno where donald trump is on a campaign stop. this is the scene just a few moments ago. you can see the republican
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now, there was some sort of incident in the crowd just beneath the podium where trump was addressing the audience . after a few months, the gop candidate returned to the stage and thanked the secret service. the event did continue which has ended. there are a lot of reports on social media about what caused the incident, including one report that a man reportedly in the crowd had a weapon. that's not been confirmed. we ask that youta news 3 and follow the story. we'll have updates for you throughout the evening on as well and coming up on news 3 live at 11:00. also breaks tonight, everyone, police are on the hunt for two murder suspects after a man in his 30s is shot and killed in his bedroom, possibly over drugs and money. this happened in the central part of the valley just near 2:00 near torrey pines and twain. that's where news 3's nathan
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narcotics-related robbery. >> reporter: right. miss believe this was a targeted attack. two men walking down this road this afternoon and getting into a home at the end of the street and after a brief struggle shot the victim in the head and then just walked right out. i spoke briefly with a friend of the victim. he describes getting that frantic phone call about what happened. >> i guess he had been shot. so i asked him if he was dead and he said he thought and at that point, it was like, i think i better call the cops. i told him, good luck with that. >> reporter: and police say this all went down around 2:00 p.m. on sandpiper way. detectives are still piecing together what happened, interviewing the victim's girlfriend and his roommate as well. they are also looking for a third person who took off who they would hike to speak with. now police believe this may have come down to trucks and money. but detectives have not
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search warrant to go inside the home. the victim's friend said he's not shocked by the violence that unfolded here today. >> this neighborhood, i have lived in it 39 years. my mom bought a house when i was 2 weeks ago. it used to be a good neighborhood. in the last 10, 15 years it's gotten real bad. there's drugs everywhere. i'm not surprised. >> reporter: and again, police are looking for two suspects. they are described as -- one of wearing a white t-shirt, dark backpack and black pants. the other a thinner hispanic man in his 20s, wearing a checkered shirt and dark pants as well. if you see those individuals or know anything, you are asked to call police right away. i'm nathan o'neal, news 3. >> hopefully they get calls soon on that. meantime, the search goes on for three suspects at a deadly
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night.le -- around 8:00. the victim was walking with another man and woman when they were approached by three men. one of the three men pulled out the gun and shot three times. 27-year-old devon whitson was killed. police have not yet given us a description or information about the suspects. these latest shootings come over a heated november ballot. it would require background checks on all gun sales. today, gabrielle giffords was in las vegas. she was seriously wounded by a gunman and is a big supporter of gun control. there's a lot of opposition to question 1. we'll dig deeper into this question tonight at 11:00. in an effort to make sure
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with law enforcement every month, metro is opening its doors on weekends to the probation office. our reporter introduces us to one probationer who says using the service has helped him get his life back. >> i've do -- done a lot of bad things in my life. >> reporter: after spending two years behind bars, david sele said he's ready to make a difference. >> they got a job to do. i got a job to do. my job is to obey and listen. >> reporter: sele is required to check in with his probation officer and and every month. but with work and other responsibilities, he says finding the time can be difficult. >> i don't know how long it will take. it could be from one hour to two hours, three hours. who knows? >> reporter: now thanks to a new program, thinks are going by a little easier. how long did it take you? >> for mere? hess than half an hour. >> reporter: for two months
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at metro's area command a in southeast las vegas. this is our highest populated area for our probationers and parolees. >> reporter: lieutenant shelley case once a month and on a saturday, they have created a pop-up shop offering resources outside of normal hours. >> our job is to get them off pti fast as is allowable. >> reporter: around 40 people were screened for drugs and over $5,000 in fees were paid. sele adds he appreciates the convenience of having probation come to his neighborhood. the goal now, to get his life back on track. >> this is helping me. it's keeping me in check. and i go, wait a minute. they don't have to keep me moo in check. moo-- keep me in chec.
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it was a huge success according to clark county and the nate of nevada. nearly half of the voters cast their ballots during the 14 days of early voting. that's about 490,000 voters. yesterday, clark county set a one-day record with more than 57,000 voters. nearly 700,000 voted early state-wide. and that number doesn't include be a sentee ballots for those who haven't voted yet and want to, you must do so on tuesday t polling place. to find the location head to and the fight to sway those who have not voted yet continues tomorrow here in southern nevada. bernie sanders will campaign at the college of southern nevada's cheyenne campus. the rally is set for 2:15 in the afternoon. unlike many of donald trump's former republican opponents, he's become a supporter to
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and on the republican side, we told you about donald trump's visit to reno and the incident there as he was making a last-minute pitch to northern nevada voters. tomorrow rudy giuliani comes to las vegas. he has an event scheduled for 9:00 at the trump-pence nevada headquarters. that event is opened to the public. and news 3 will have complete coverage of d jeff gillan and john treanor will be at the headquarters for the democrats. myself and denise rosch will be out with the republicans and we will have non-stop coverage beginning at 4:00 on news 3 and a special election night newscast at 8:00 p.m. on the cw las vegas. hope you will join us. that cw station, channel 33, cable 6. a lot of allegations of rigged voting this election season. just how secure is your ballot?
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employed in an effort to narrator: the target... seniors. danny tarkanian set up thirteen fake charities that preyed on 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.
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thanksgiving is less than three weeks away. time to check out the giant balloons that will take flight in the macy's thanksgiving parade. they were inflated today. the new balloons include charlie brown, and dreamworks felix the cat. this year is the 90th anniversary of the parade. more than 50 million people nationwide are expected to tune in and watch the tradition. you can catch it right here on channel 3. making daily exercise a regular habit is important and hundreds of people laced up their sneakers for the life-saving cause. today dozens gathered to take part in the heart and stroke 5-k walk and run. this happening in downtown las vegas. during the event, many got a chance to take part in health screenings and watch some entertainment. afterwards, participants were
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slot-zilla is the revenue being donated to the american heart association. one of the walkers, a woman who has lost 200 pounds over a four-year period. congratulations to her. well, it was a spectacular day of daylight saving time. perfect conditions for golf's best to go flag hunting at the shriners hospital for children open. coming up, we'll have highlights. and i hope you enjoyed it. will 79, the official high. it was in the 80s over much of the valley. i will have those numbers for
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y 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. i'll go backstage before a show... yes.. and everyone's getting dressed. donald trump walked into the dressing room while contestants, some as young as 15 were changing. standing there with no clothes. 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.
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millions of americans have already voted in the presidential election as fears of voter fraud continue. we take a look at the security of your ballot at the polls. >> when the outcome is fixed, when the system is rigged, people lose hope. >> donald trump is out there stoking fear. >> reporter: the rhetoric of a rigged election outcome
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probability that in certain sections of the country that a certain small number of votes , on a large scale it doesn't exist. >> i think the safety of the ballot is entirely dependent on which technology they are using. >> reporter: when it comes to voter technology, eight states have paper ballot only and five have electronic balloty. of methods. pennsylvania is a mixture state with many polling stations having e-voting only. it's a state where trump repeatedly brings up his rigged election stance on the trail. >> these machines are computers that are not that well designed and which are not transparent. i think that someone like donald trump is highlighting the need for having election machinery that's verifiable and auditable.
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expanding is with a good old-fashioned paper ballot. >> we need to say, look it wasn't rigged. near are the ballots. >> reporter: and without that verification -- >> that we could have an election in which people's reactions can cast out on the legitimacy of the election. >> reporter: which according to experts could have dire consequences for the u.s. democratic process as a all right. time to check in with our weather authority. jerry brown standing by in the weather center. very hard to argue with a day like today. >> yeah. i was calling for chamber of commerce weather. i think it came through. absolutely gorgeous. ditto. we're gonna do it again tomorrow. take a look at a time
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there and a little flush of color as it sets to the west. that view from the middle school where it's 77 at hollywood and washington, far east valley. humidity at 28%. up a little but certainly comfortable. noticeably cooler on the west side. desert inn and the 215, it's 65. 72 in between down in green valley, henderson, bartlett elementary at 72. 71 up in north las vegas at the manor that. was the warm thermometer in the valley. 68 in summerlin. look at this 84 on the northeast side of the valley. 80s really extending through north las vegas. el dorado. 81 in spring valley. that 79 at the airport, an anomaly. around southern nevada, 80s. mesquite, pahrump in at 82. it was cooler in boulder city. they hit 78 for a high and 87 in laughlin.
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mountain. 72 in mesquite. sandy valley and primm both in at 71 degrees. not a lot going on back east, as you can see of the most of the weather out to the west, we have a low to our east that's being held off by high pressure and a frontal system more significant up to the north with some cooler air. but that's going to stay up to the north and bring some rain up there. our skies should remain blue. sunny, warm and fairly dry. as you can see, our skies will be clear tonight. no problem temperatures dipping down. subfreezing up on mount charleston. 46 in pahrump. 38 way up in caliente and 60 down in boulder city. highs tomorrow, pretty much in a mirror of today, with temperatures in the upper 70s to low 80s east of the city. mid 70s over in nye county. so tonight, here we go. it will be a long one. an extra hour. set your clocks back 2:00 a.m. i would do it before i went to bed.
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tomorrow, another beautiful, delightful day with a high around 80 degrees. plenty of sunshine. 7:00 a.m., 60. 76 at noon. 77 at 5:00 p.m. at 5:00 p.m., the sun won't be shining. 58 on the mountain. a chilly morning. 75 at red rock and 84 down on the lake with the water temperature of 72. okay. your seven-day forecast, here we go. 79 to 80-ish through election day and holding steady through veterans day we'll be dipping a couple of degrees by next saturday into the mid-70s but 70s and 50s, that's a nice prescription for beautiful november weather here in las vegas. >> and i like the shot of that clock turning back. that means an extra hour sleep. >> yes. it makes up for what we have to go through in the spring. >> that's true. appreciate it. well, it's a big day in sports here in las vegas.
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27-year-old jessie vargas will get the fight of a lifetime as he steps into the ring against manny pacquiao. it's a matchup that vargas could only dream of tonight, he will put up his title. it's a belt that local sportsbook think will be handed to manny as an 8-1 favorite. vargas is 27-1. his only loss was to bradley. vargas is bigger, ten years younger. >> i feel great. you know, i'm here to give the
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out victorious. you've got the advantage, height and reach. how do you plan on using that? >> and i plan on using every part of it, every second of the fight. >> i feel happy to be back. i want to prove. i want to put another record in history of boxing. i see this as being a champion. another gorgeous day in summerlin. the rebel girls on hand toat moore. scott piercy and ryan moore both played very well in round three. here's more on 13 new york knocking down the long birdie putt to get to 11-under. then later, moore has a chance for an eagle and he puts that one right next to the hole. it would be an easy tap in for a birdie. finishes 11 under par. here's piercy, 6 under for the
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closer to the lead. he just missed it. he's in the hunt. great shape tomorrow's final round the leader,s rod, not as hot today. he drops it and then how about this -- lucas glover, he was the hot golfer today. 6 under par. took the lead out. last night the new mexico, 92-66. jalen led it with 22 points. they opened up a 11-point lead. head coach marvin men zips was pleased with the effort but know the competition is going to get a lot stronger in the coming weeks.
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that was good. we got a little careless there at times but, you know, still as bad as we played -- not as bad as we played but the miscues that we had, i thought only 13 turnovers with that reckless at that time, still not bad. it was good. i think it was a better effort than tuesday. that's what you want to see is progress. >> the regular season starts on friday. south alabama comes to the thom us riverside, fullerton, northern arizona and tcu for the runnin' rebels. that's it for sports. back to you. all right. thank you for that. we'll see you tonight at 11:00. our recap of the breaking news we brought you at the top of the hour. donald trump rushed off the stage at a campaign event in reno. stay with us. i'm catherine cortez masto.
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