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good evening. i'm reed cowan. >> i'm jim snyder. it seems like it's been a long road to get here. if you are going to head to the polls tomorrow, there are some strict rules to protect everybody's right to vote. election eve is our top story at 6:00. news 3's kelsey thomas is live at clark county election headquarters. that will be a very busy place this time tomorrow night. >> reporter: jim, it looks so quiet right now. but you are right. tomorrow this place is going to be really this is called crunch time. this campaign season has been rough. we don't want your election day to be like that as well. >> do you know your polling location? have a good day. >> reporter: it's the final push to get the vote out. >> it's getting people to use voices. >> reporter: this woman hits the busiest walkway on unlv's
figure out their poling places. >> all throughout school i was excited knowing i would be a first-time voter. >> reporter: those in charge of the polls are picking up everything they need to make it a smooth process tomorrow. >> we'll have officers frequenting polling sites to ensure that they are safe. >> reporter: voters' safety, a top priority for metro police. >> at this time, we've not received any intelligence in type of disturbance or incident at any polling site here in clark county. >> reporter: the right to vote is a privilege. >> people literally have died for this right. people have gone to prison for this right. >> reporter: it's a right that comes with rules. michael green explains it best. >> the more you can do to make sure the process is clean, the better you are doing as a citizen.
justin timberlake, no selfies inside the polls. >> what you can do is show what you are voting, which is private. we have a secret ballot for a reason. >> reporter: buttons and t-shirt that show your support for your favorite candidate are no-noes. a picture i.d., not required but helpful. >> hi there. do you know your polling location? >> reporter: all of this has to translate to one thing -- vote. >> have an awesome day. >> reportend you have to go to your designated polling place. they are open from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. there's almost 300 polling places across clark county. you have to be in line for 7:00 p.m. that's the state rule for tomorrow. reporting live tonight, kelsey thomas, news 3. >> all right. thank you. that means 25 hours until we'll be getting the first early results and this day before the
that's the initiative that would expand gun background checks in nevada. steve wynn originally supported the initiative. gave $50,000 to question 1 supporters. but after a visit from two of his executives, he went back and says he found the new rules much too restrictive and creates too many situations that would lead to a person having their right to bear arms taken away. >> i think that any time that we restrict the constitutional rights of anyiz grounds on which such disqualification and being listed in a criminal registry should be very precise, clear-cut, and leave no ambiguity or arbitrary enforcement to some bureaucrat. >> wynn says he will vote against question 2 because he says it's easy for children to get their hands on edible
coverage. we're political junkies. we're really excited. we'll have coverage on the cw las vegas, that's channel 33, cable 6. our combo coverage will nbc news begins at 4:00 p.m. we'll be live at the election watch parties for the democrats and republicans with interviews from the people as the results come in and we'll have experts joining us here in the studio to break down the results as they come in tomorrow night. >> maybe you are on the go tomorrow. you can never miss a moment of cw las vegas. you can watch live on facebook and twitter all night long. visit our facebook fan page or follow us on twitter to watch from your smartphone. that begins at 8:00 p.m. two men are recovering after being shot by the same bullet on a pedestrian bridge between the cosmopolitan resort and planet hollywood. news 3's sergio avila has been talking with detectives about what led to this violence. >> reporter: . >> those bridges are the life
>> reporter: this metro captain said these bridges help keep 0 traffic moving smoothly. last night, police say three men got into a night that very muched into gunfire. metro security cameras posted along the strip helped capture the shooting. >> no one was actively running that camera until after the incident occurred and they helped coordinate with the police officers out there in the field in determining the path of egress of the suspect so t take him into custody. >> reporter: 26-year-old rashaud jackson was arrested and charged with attempted murder, a battery. and this tourist was walking along the bridges with his wife and he said he's seen some shady activity along the strip. >> i've felt threatened walking around at night. >> reporter: why is that? >> just coming down here and street people hitting you up for everything. >> reporter: police say the
provide potential criminals a bird's-eye view. >> because they are high ground, they afford people the ability to see the police coming. >> reporter: so they employ plain clothes officers. uniform officers also provide a show of course that gary says is comforting. >> we've seen them in the cars. >> is that reassuring? >> absolutely. we've heard a lot of stories about vegas but really enjoyed it. >> metro says everyone involved in the shooting local. so no tourists were effected. the two men shot were taken to umc and are affected to survive. sergio avila, news 3. >> thank you. a california man learns his fate after killing a teenaged boy outside patrol apartment complex. this morning jimmy robinson learned he could spend 20 years behind bars. at the same time, he apologized to the victim's family in court. a jury convicted him of killing tiyvonne taylor mills in october last year. surveillance video shows the
after tiyvonne taylor mills' death his mother committed suicide on her son's grave. they asked the court for a lengthy prison term for jimmy robinson. >> this is the killer that needs to spend as much time as the court can give him to reflect on all of the killing he's done and to think about all of the damage he's prout to so many -- brought to so many unfortunate family members. >> robinson had just been robbed when he opened fire and didn't mean to kill anyone. he pled guilty to voluntary manslaughter earlier this year. let's take a look at your traffic times. if you are planning to vote in the final hour tomorrow night, this will give you an indication of how long it will take you to get around town. we see the normal slowdowns there as you cross the airport and then as you approach the
tom lawhy -- hawley spotted trouble on the surface streets. >> reporter: yes. i saw the lights flashing from the distance with a report of an accident here. but it looks like they may have stopped at the scene and kept on going. it was reported on sahara to the west of decatur. it looks like whatever was there has been pulled to the shoulder. on the west end of charleston, you have this one at charlest traffic squeezing by on one side so it's eastbound charleston at the top of your screen and northbound coming in from the left side of your screen. watch out for that one as well. a number fender-benders causing problems. tom hawley reporting. >> jim aptly pointed out the travel times on the road tonight, whether that's an indication of whether it will look like that tomorrow. let's talk about if you are going to vote for donald trump
none of the above is an option. jeff gillan was at unlv talking to some young voters about what they think of election 2016. how is it going to go down in the history books? >> reporter: i don't know. it certainly will be one for the -- for the history books. for many of these young voters this is their first or second presidential election. what a so we took part today in a town hall with our fellow sister stations in the broadcasting network. i came here and i found some undecideed voters and some voters who just made up their mind. kaitlyn calls herself a conservative. >> i don't know. i've weighed both options especially from my parents, one is on one end, one is on the other. i was johnson for quite a
hillary? could you go trump -- >> if i had to make a decision right on the stop, i think i would go with trump over hillary just because i tend to lean more con-- conservatively. >> reporter: you were undecided. you went with clinton. >> i felt obligated to do so, i guess ensure victory but i found policies that i leave, that's really important to me. >> reporter: and so those are just some of the few young voices we heard from from unlv. the young man you just heard from was thinking of going for johnson. he finally went for hillary clinton. if you are interested, you can watch our town hall. go to news3lv.com. my final note here, to give you an indication of just how interested students are, the
either on campus or right nearby, voting went up by 50% this presidential election over the last one. these young people are watching and they are interested. i'm jeff gillan, news 3. back to you. >> that's encouraging to hear. no surprise. had a front-row seat to the big events culminating with the final devote. >> you hope the younger generations will learn to vote and teach the next generati out not only did someone break into his home. the guy was cooking sausage in his kitchen. >> so the homeowner grabbed a knife, stabbed the guy. ahead, you will hear from that homeowner and what happened next. and veterans' day is friday. something we can all celebrate about. we'll tell you about a gift that everyone in town can take advantage of. we may venture into record territory tomorrow and then -- we'll complete that sentence when we come back. >> thank you, kevin.
welcome back. a homeowner stabs a home invader. it happened sunday night near maryland and charleston. news 3's antonio castelan joins us live near the home and how did the criminal get inside the house and how did this one end? >> reporter: reed, the home invader broke into the house through this window. the homeowner tells us that the suspect was inside about 10, 15 minutes. arvi remmelg will never forget the time a robber was cooking sausage in his own kitchen. >> i smelled, like, cooking, like, and after that came to approach. i stab him. >> reporter: this is the pocketknife arvi remmelg used. he claims he jammed it right into the robber's chest as the robber opened his bedroom door.
but to the chest and he starts to plead because i -- i don't know. i didn't stab him very hard. >> reporter: the robber ran away. police checked local hospitals and found reports -- no reports of a man with a stab wound to the chest. >> i screamed get out of here. >> reporter: this happened near charleston and maryland sunday night. thiso arvi remmelg. she can't believe this happened. >> it's scary. kind of nerve-racking. i'm single. live alone. >> reporter: arvi remmelg doesn't know the suspect, he says, he says it was too dark to get a description. he said he will be ready in the robber comes back again. >> it's disgusting actually when somebody -- breaking in and trying to make your food. >> reporter: the man cooking sausage, he left with nothing.
still on the loose. reporting here live, antonio castelan, news 3. >> all right. well, glad that he was able to escape, the homeowner was without getting hurt. thank you. news 3 is your weather authority and we already knew kevin janison was the best in las vegas. but somebody made it official this weekend while we enjoyed some beautiful temperatures. [ applause ] >> thank you. thank you very much. >> congratulations. >> we're also cooking but it's sunnyside up. we're although yesterday not all sunshine. we had some great -- it was a spectacular sunset. these don't last long but that valley sky was on fire. for a few minutes late in the afternoon, that's when the sun goes down. but not quite echoed today. today was a blue sky day. late this afternoon, there were a few strands of high, cirrus clouds off in the distance. that's about it. sun went down at 4:38 and the lights came on.
calm. look how still the water is. we haven't had much in the wind department for the last couple of days. twain/maryland parkway area, 73. down near eastern, already falling to 66. and up at faith lutheran, charleston, they are at 68. the rest of the temperatures across the valley, we are seeing mid- to upper 60s around the edges, but still the heart of town, east side, low to mid-70s. we saw a couple of neighborhoods max out at 844. 844 -- 84. several 83s. outside of the valley, it's 67 in overton. 71 in sandy valley. high temperatures as warm as death valley. at mccarran, the top temperature climbed to the big 8-0. fourth time we've done that this month. in fact, the record for 80-degree days during the month of november is 8 because saturday only hit 79. i don't think we'll get there.
to -- in the moderate category. extra junk in the air. but that's set eled back down to the good level. 62 for tuesday. we're heading up to 80 at lunchtime. we'll peak in the lower 80s. like the last couple of days, not much at all as far as the -- as far as the wind is tomorrow in the battleground states. nothing major. just a few showers. we're clear. big area of high pressure which is acting as a shield. these clouds are going up into canada. it's possible later this week, we could get a couple high clouds but the temperature will stay well above normal for the entire period. 49 in indian springs. 58 in boulder city. high temperatures, looking at 84 in mesquite. laughlin, heading to 89.
under a clear sky. the rebound for your tuesday, 82. the record high tomorrow, 83. so we will definitelily be in the cul-de-sac to make history. there's trailing off. there are indications that we might see a cooling trend, which means by the end of the week and the weekend, oh, no. mid- to upper 70s. overnight lows in the upper 50s. >> how will we survive? >> oh, man. i think a couple of people might have to change their travel plans. [laughter] coming up, a big quake hits the nation's heartland. >> the damage left behind in oklahoma and the potential for more shaking. we'll tell you about free events to celebrate our
over 20,000 nevadans rely on planned parenthood for access to basic health services and critical cancer screenings. but congressman heck voted to defund planned parenthood and was willing to shut down the government over it. heck opposed roe v. wade and voted to criminalize abortion. congressman heck is what's wrong with washington. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to
go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember."
dunlap: over two thousand police officers from all across nevada support 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. protect our families and police.
ask yourself: if joe heck was on your 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 for the content of this advertising. senate majority pac is responsible "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.
give people a chance to check out the beautiful scenery that goes for hikers, bikers, runners, climbers, or if you just want to sit in your car and cruise through the beautiful 13-mile scenic loop. and another great way to celebrate veterans day, head down to nellis air force base this weekend for the return of aviation nation. the big airshow at nellis. this year marks the 75th anniversary. it's a free event. it will showcase some of the top military aircraft, including our hometown thunderbirds it's saturday and sunday. you can park for free at las vegas molter speedway, which is right next door, and then take a shuttle to the base. tesla is putting a lot of hopes on its upcoming launch of a more affordable all-electric car. >> next -- in addition to the vehicle, there is an added charge you might have to pay. and then as police search the property of the man they think may be a serial killer,
hit communities across the country for weeks including ours.
>> it turns out weeks of bogus threats have left professional clowns unable to clown around safely and earn a living. faith jessie has more. faith? >> reporter: cricket is a magician. he makes a living performing at parties. for the last couple of months, his clown friends have not been