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>> that's all for now. i'm lester holt. thanks for joining us. >> right now on news 3 live at 11, a critical announcement on the clinton e-mail investigation less than two days before the election. plus, two political power houses visit the valley ahead f tuesday's contest. what they had to say about the last-minute push for the of saturday's trump rally ruckus tells us what happened. you're watching news 3, live at 11. >> news 3 starts right now. >> the countdown is on rirn less than 48 hours america head to the polls to select a new president. >> good evening, everyone, i'm
to the very last minute and today they did send some high-power ser surrogates to the las vegas for support. investigation into hillary clinton's e-mails. this morning james comey wrote a letter to congress stating that agents have completed the latest reva of her e-mails and quote, we have not changed our conclusions that we expressed in july. that's when the fbi decided not to file charges against clto server while secretary of state. most of the e-mails under the lateddest review were found on former congressman anthony wiener's laptop. nbc news has learned almost all were duplicates of items investigators had already seen. mean time, clinton continues to draw on star power heading into the home stretch. she was joined by basketball legend lebron james while campaignling in cleveland today more than 4,000 people turned ot for the rally and james urged
polls on tuesday. clinton made no mention of james comey's letter. instead, she focused on sharing her vision for america. >> well, i think by now you know the choice could not be any clearer. it really is a choice between division or unity, between economy that works for everyone, or one that is stacked for those at the top. >> tomorrow night clinton caps off her campaign in philadelphia with a obama and the first lady also john bon jovi and rock icon bruce springstein. many consider bernie sanders to be something of a political rock star. today he brought his unique sparkle to north las vegas to campaign for clinton. continues decision 2016 coverage. >> yeah, bernie sanders spoke for about 40 minutes making his
behind hillary clinton. he talked about a lot of different issues, but one issue he did not mention at all was clinton's e-mails. senator brand z stumping for hillary clinton in north las vegas. >> we need a president who is going to bring us together not divide us up. >> clinton's primary opponent making voters not just for clinton, but for democrats down the ballot in nevada. >> we are going to lose this country to people who are going to tear it apart. >> catherine cortez embracing bernie's star power to energize her campaign and tear down her opponent, congressman joe heck, who is a long-tiesm trump supporter until recently. >> like a rat he was scurrying to get off of it. i'll tell you what...
in battle ground nevada. >> and i say to all those people, many of them in nevada, who are thinking of voting for mr. trump, take a hard look at the issues. >> >: both of them are not good. but she is better. >> was it hard for you to switch and go to hillary clinton? >> no. itit wasn't hard at all. >> the exact type of thinking the clinton camps >> if we stand together, there is nothing we cannot accomplish. thank you, all. >> and, by the way, we live streamed bernie sanders entire speech online as it was happening this afternoon. we've also posted the entire speech online right now. you have it over to our website, new3lv.com to check it out. >> all right, nathan o'neil live for us at csn p. the cheyenne campus appreciates
the latest developments in the clinton e-mail investigation. while on the campaign trail today. trump in fact touched down in minneapolis with an hour of fbi director james comey's announcement. however, he did not address the resolution of the investigation. in fact, he seemed to ignore it. >> hillary clinton will be under investigation for a long, long time. for her many crimes u u against our nation, our people our democracy. likely concluding in a criminal trial. >> campaign manager kelly anne conway did address the news. conway believes it will have no impact on the election. the latest polls is show clinton with a 4-point lead. trump aid insists it's dead heat. today's campaign stop was the candidate's first in minnesota. a clinton stronghold that hasn't gone republican since back in 1972. now, the trump camp still does
tuesday. today it said one of his strongest surrogates to las vegas to propel republicans to the polls. john tray nr continues our decision 2016 team coverage with a conversation with rudy giuliani. >> 3, 2, 1. >> the appeal of a donald trump residency was on display just south of the las vegas strip. former new york city mayor rudy strength and strong borders, an evidence of he says a weak america right now. >> he uses chemical weapons and obama goes... [laughter] >> it's a message that clearly resonates here, but how will it work across the state? that's the question we had for the former mayor. >> this message as given by donald trump is for everyone. he talks about african americans and what he wants to do for the african american community.
missed its mark. has trump losing with women voters and losing big among blacks and latinos. >> can you win without those three groups? >> if you look at the balt ground states, he is either ahead in every one or within the margin of error. >> recent polling in nevada has him up here, but looking beyond the election, there is real anger. we heard clinton described as a traitor, even evil by the crowd. you have to wonder if the damage >> have we done damage in this election? will there be an ir repairable gap? >> you know, you should cover that as much as what i saw in denver. i went to the trump headquarters in denver and the night before a man threw a brick supporting hillary clinton and almost hurt a little boy. so the reality is that this point int the election certain number of people who don't have control over themselves lose it. >> both sides will get their abser in less than three days as
john trainor, news 3. >> and we inviet you to stay with news 3 on election night for complete decision 2016 coverage. denise and i will be live from the republican watch party. the jeff gillon and john trainor will be with the democrats that night. non-stop coverage begins at 4:00 p.m. on news 3 with special comprehensive election coverage beginning at 8:00 p.m. on the cw las vegas, or channel 33 off make special concessions for specific voters on the final day of early voting. the chair of the state's republican party made that accusation yesterday during a trump rally in reno. michael mcdonald said an early voting station extend its hours so a, quote, certain group could vote. trump also criticized the late closure and called the system rigged. clark county spokesman says election officials often keep sites open to accommodate
multiple locations on friday night. the man at the center of last night's ruckus at a trump rally describes the disturbance. secret service agents rushed the candidate off the stage. after someone in the crowd yelled gun. turns out there was no weapon, only a man holding a republicans against trump man. the man says the situation got very scary, very fast. >> people grabbing my arms. i'm very thankful for the law enforcement who was able to quickly because had they not been there it's possible these people could have, you know, strangled me and killed me right on the spot. >> >: police briefly detained the man in a restroom before releasing him. the rally resume ad short time later. paramedics take a man to the hospital after he gets hit by a train. this happened just after noon near twain and dean martin.
right into surgery. there's no word on his condition, nor is there any word on what he was doing on the tracks. metro is investigating. and an atv crash near southern highlands killed one purse seriously injured another. this happened this afternoon in the far south part of the valley on star hills near decatur. metro says the 4-wheeler flipped, killing the man driving. paramedics took his female passenger to the hospital p. the boying story on the roads in southe carnado. details in this week's traffic alert. >> we had a weekend construction project wrap up this was the on ramp from 15 north bound at spring mountain, workers had it shut down from saturday into sunday because they were making repairs to bridge joints. watch out for this, this week, the on going project neon car
intermittent closures throughout the week. catch tom holly and myself for traffic news 3 today starting at 3:00 a.m. we'll see you then. >> some drivers might get sticker shock on their next trip to the pump. we're dee keeping an eye on gas prices and we'll tell you which state pays pays the most for petroleum. then a tornado in rips its way across rome. >> and a pretty nice night, setting up. temperatures dropping down into the 50s by breakfast tomorrow. we're looking at 60-degrees at 7:00 a.m., mostly sunny with light west south west winds another beautiful day in store for us. i think you're going to like the entire sheaive-day forecast, it's up ahead, stay with us. >> and coming up in sports, some raiders fans in oakland go the extra mile high to send a strong
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-- congressman heck voted 10 times to defunund planned parenthoo. he even threatened to shut down 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. congressman heck just doesn't care about people like us. >> all right, turning to consumer news now, many americans are paying more at the
metal the latest lumberg survey shows gas prices rising now by nearly one cent over the past two weeks. lumberg blames refineries for the increase. the average price per gallon nationwide right now at 2.26. you can see here in nevada we're a little bit higher holding steady at 2.52, oklahoma right now the lowest price in the nation, 1.89. and of course hawaii with the most the country, 2.90 for a gallon of unleaded. good news for folk whose elect to fly delta, sky miles members can now earn points for stays with air bnb, customers will get one mile for every qualifying dollar spebt with home sharing service. sky mile members must book their air bnb stay through delta.com. take a look at this, a strong storm spawns a tornado in italy
touchdown is all caught on tape. the tor aid o caused the top two floors of a building to collapse there. one person died in that building. a toppling tree killed another person. farther north near florence, heavy rains called the river to over flow its banks, crested at 13 feet. so far there are no deaths or injuries reported as a result of flooding, but as you can see there is obviously going to be plenty of damage. >> >: news 3 is your weather authority. we want to check in with jerry brown and have a forecast for the week. if it's anything like this weekend we are sitting pretty. >> smooth sailing. living large, as they say, just a gorgeous weekend. let's take a look at our day in motion from the northeast valley looking to the south west. you can see some high clouds drifting through, and look at that flush of color at sunset.
well, here's how we stand right now. it of course got dark early today. we lost the day lielt savings over the weekend. currently 65 down on the strip, west wind at 3. 36 tolerable. the barometer noticeably cooler 59-degrees in charleston and the 215 and they have a south west breeze at 11-miles an hour. highs today were generally in the low 80s across the v although 70s pre dominated from the north west centennial through summerlin, also down into mountain's edge and over into blue diamond. temperatures in the 60s. pretty uniformly, though, 55. and around southern nevada 62 in mesquite, 43 up on the mountain, 56 in pahrump. and 51 away up in baite. let's take a look now at some current readings around the
airport, mccarren 62 in la, that lax, and 62 also up at san francisco. officially for us today, 81-degrees. that's a full 10-degrees above the norm and our sixth day out of six above normal this month of november. okay, there is some cold air circulating around this low up here. but it's moving up to our north. high pressure dominating our weather. and it's going to just stay in future. we're talking about a beautiful work week. high clouds around tonight, make our skies partly cloudy but they also provide a little bit of insulation to keep our temperatures above normal. we should be right around 50 going to be in the mid and upper 50s. overnight lows, well, 34 up on the mountain, 44 in pahrump. elswhere, 50s generally the order in clark county and highs tomorrow. oh, boy again in the comfort
few areas warmer, of course cooler up on the mountain, 60 at mount charleston, really just beautiful weather across southern nevada. 57 our overnight low, again a full 7-degrees above norm. north west breeze, 5 to 10-mile an hour. tomorrow pushing 80, just an exquisite day with mostly sunny skies. 8:00 a.m., 64 to 76 at noon, 78 at 4:00 p.m., and that will be down from the high of 79. your 7-day forecast here we go at i'm telling you gerard, we're just hanging right r that 80-degree mark through the week. election day will be sunny and warm. and veterans day, upper 70 and plenty of sun shine on friday we remember our veterans, and then next weekend if you thought this one was good, next one might even be better. we're going to lower a few degrees. mid-70s and sun shine. >> a lot of people like that. >> kelly will be here tomorrow morning at 4:30 a.m. as we continue to monitor our local weather. >> feel like it should be cooler
>> yeah. >> it should be cooler. >> we'll take it. we will. vearn nice. now let's check in with amber, has a look at the day's sports. >> hey, gerard. proponents of the raiders moving to las vegas, they like to say the team's fan base travels well. so fan in oakland will have no problem hopping on a plane to come see them play here. today some of those fans responded to that claim in a very visible way. nbc bay area tweeted vegas, if you build it, we won't come. the affiliate reports the group behind the banner raised 2,500-dollars online in less than 24 hours to pull it off. mean while, denver was in oakland tonight. broncos linebacker and las vegas naitdive brandon marshall rr no longer kneeling during the
lept our plowed forward for three touchdowns. raiders win 30-20, and take full possession of first place in the afc west. more on this win, and today's other nfl action ru head in sports night after the news cast. back here at home, the final round of the shriner. bonanza high school grad finished the birthday tied for 24. it's been a 47 year old making the headlines this tournament. pampling had not won on the pga tour in 10 years. chips, gets the ball on the green, and that goes in. that put him back on top of the leader board. sixteenth hole ryan moore gets
he'd finished tied for 15th. eighteenth hole now and pampling can clench the win. he wins $1.1 millions and will return to the masters for the first time since 2007. here he is on perseverance. >> it's just the self-belief i know it's still there. my body feels healthy. i know i have the game out here. it was grinding out there on the tour a much as you know it's extremely hard up there. but it certainly gives you the confidence that you can compete against the younger guys and come out here and, yeah, just to have them doing this magnificent event, it's fantastic. >> the finish of the 2016 professional bull riders season went down today at t-mobile arena. championship sunday was set to be a thrilling one with a few bull riders in fierce contention
standings. one of them, reigning champion, jb mooney was bucked off by the bull. air time just 3.3 seconds into the ride. catfish john, the different bull, looked to do the same to cooper davis, but davis would ride him the full 8 seconds and get the best of the fifth round 90 points. that would be enough to earn him that big, gold buckle and 1 million-dollar prize. eight seconds of fierce action f boot, scoot and boogie tonight. >> jerry brown was asking why he wasn't wearing a cowboy hat he was wearing a helmet. >> probably for safety reasons. >> i think so too. >> hopefully he goes and buys a beautiful bucket cowboy hat. >> all right, thanks for that. appreciate it. running for president is expensive and candidates rarely pick up their own tab. when we come back, who provides the cash
>> mounting a presidential campaign isn't cheap, so wre candidates coming from? sharyl attkisson follows the money trail. >> clinton bragged about her great relationship with the financial industry. that's where she gets all the money. >> vivica tracks plitd cl money for the center of response and politics. she's taking us through the murky world of outside spending by dark money groups and superpacs that often shield
>> clinton's top donors who have been donald suss man, james simons, who is with the hedge fund, and george who everyone has heard of. >> a lot of the hedge fund billionaires have not come aboard with trump, but robert murs sr one who he used to support cruz. >> he supported ted cruz until he decided to come over to trump. >> donald trump's biggest donors have been robert mercer who is actually with the same hedge fund that james simons is with, the democrat. >> add it all up and clinton has far and away more big donor support. 20 million-dollars from pal
15.5 million from renaissance technology's robert mercer, about 2 million-dollars from real estate firm gh palmer and associates, and 2 million from the market started by home depot's cofounder. both candidates can brag of getting a lot of that money from the coveted small donor. >> she has raised about 19% of her funds from small donors. a greater amount of money, but a smaller share of her funds than donald trump. his share of small donors fundingis about 43%. >> i'm sharyl attkisson for full measure. >> the center for response and politics tells us both campaigns
2 billion-dollars as of october 31. that's over 1 million dollars more than mitt romney and president barack obama spent back in 2012. don't forget catch full mesh wr cheryl alt cans n every - - sharyl attkisson every sunday right here on channel 3. still ahead, a colorado wedding planner uses different type of
"she's a slob." "she ate like a pig." "i'd look her right in that fat, ugly face of hers..." donald trump calls women "bimbos", "dogs", and "fat pigs." but congressman crescent hardy said he'd support donald trump 100%.
nevada, there's a better choice: ruben kihuen. kihuen pushed to crack down on employers who pay women less than men. and kihuen will always protect a woman's right to choose. ruben kihuen for nevada.
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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
>> hi, i am ryan moore, get ready for sports night. welcome to the sports center. we had a big week of sports here in las vegas. >> yeah. the pro bowl riders. that could change last night. and they lost their title to senator manny pa quio. >> and getting ready to the pga. and hard to believe that 20 years ago, tiger woods won the professional tournament and