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>> he found our other friend tom on the floor. i guess he had been shot. >> kim: a guy walks in to find his friend dead. police have video. it's a caught on camera moment that could lead to the killers. details headed your way in a live report. there is hillary clinton in new york casting her ballot for herself to become the first female president in the united states. >> dana: we take to you virginia. tim kaine casting his ballot a little earlier this morning. a popular mayor at one point in that city. also a state and u.s. senator and also the governor of the state of virginia. they are hoping to carry it this
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pennsylvania avenue. we're covering both sides. donald trump is expected to be voting within the next hour. his running mate mike pence expected to vote an hour after that. so 7:00 and 8:00 in the morning. we'll have live pictures when that happens. we have "the today show" but we do cut ins and we have the cw las vegas on our sister station. we're the wagners on t >> dana: new york is where we find sarah on the streets of new york city in front of the trump tower. a late night for both trump and clinton. you could call it an early morning for both candidates. >> that's right. donald trump spent most of the night and hillary clinton campaigning. donald trump hit five states yesterday alone. you'd think he'd be resting but
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he's already tweeting this morning. in front of trump tower police are tightening up security. we're being told we have to leave and they are blocking off all the streets in an effort to make sure people are staying away from trump tower and people here are staying safe. trump is hoping his supporters can help him pull out a win. >> in the final day of campaigning donald trump ends his with a late stop in michigan, his last rally before voters have their say. >> there is no place i'd rather be for my last rally than right here in michigan late at night and full of energy and life. boy do we have energy and life. michigan is a critical state voting democratic in each of the last six presidential elections. despite this trump's camp is optimistic. >> we're leading in one national
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of michigan. >> while polls show him trailing, trump is trying to pave the way for an upset win barn storming battleground states north carolina, pennsylvania and making a stop in new hampshire. >> hillary would be four more years of obama and we don't want it. >> another key state is florida, trump making his case to voters in sarasota. >> i'm asking to you dream big because with your vote we are just one day change you've been waiting for your entire life. >> while trump has done all he can to close the deal, the ultimate decision is up to voters. >> with more protest expected today there is a heightened sense of security across new york city. we know that two women were arrested at the polling site where donald trump is expected to vote within the next hour. there is extra security measures
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locations where donald trump and hillary clinton are planning to host their election parties tonight in manhattan. >> dana: as soon as we see donald trump on the move this morning we're expecting that in the next hour or so, we'll take you there live. kite right now to this tiny town. it is tradition that just after midnight people take to the polls there. it's a new hampshire town and they have finished voting 10 minutes after midnight. >> only eight people participated in the vote. and hillary clinton wins by a landslide, 4-2. gary johnson got one and mitt romney got one as well. this is a tradition that dates back to 1960 when john f. kennedy ran against richard nixon. >> kim: per tradition, we do traffic and weather together
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we have a team of people in place. jeff is all over travel times. kelly has your election day forecast. we go skyward with tom in sky 3. >> tom: as we get closer to 7:00 as the polls open, we'll check in and see if anyone is getting a jump on it. you can see where the road has been patched over and looks like everything is done as far as the sewer work is done r >> jeff: if you are making your way to a polling location you're not going to have much in the way of delays. we have an accident listed at tropicana. 15 southbound running a little slowly. everything else clear. another update in 10 minutes. let's get a check of the important election day forecast with kelly. >> kelly: we're waiting for that sun to come up. we have beautiful colors in the sky. we expect lots of sunshine today
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by noon 78 and 80 at 4:00 today. break out the flip flops. we'll take a look at the forecast for the rest of the week coming up. >> dana: sun coming up in five minutes and the polls opening at 7:00 this morning. craig joining us from henderson. i can't imagine people are lining up yet but correct me if i'm wrong. >> reporter: the poll workers already 488,938 people have early voted in clark county, nevada. that is a record. never before have so many people early voted. one thing to keep in mind, if you are goings to vote today, make sure despite how enthusiastic you are don't wear clothing that supports any
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candidate. >> fur wearing your candidate clothing or buttons or that sort of thing, you are election earring and you shouldn't be doing that within a certain distance in the first place. >> reporter: that is not allowed within 100 feet of a polling place entrance. henderson areason is a hot spot for people who vote. early voting numbers 46,928 people voted early at the galleria at henderson. henderson is where trump held several large rallies in addition to hillary clinton and tim kaine. >> kim: just stick with news 3 throughout the day starting at 4:00 this afternoon we're going to combine our coverage with the best in the business. at 8:00 switch over to cw for election coverage. as the results come in we're
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at 11:00 and updated results all night long on >> dana: you can follow along live on facebook and twitter. visit our facebook fan page or follow us on twitter to watch from your smartphone beginning at 8:30 tonight. we want to see your voting selfies. take a picture of yourself with your i voted sticker. tweet facebook or instagram your picture. ush take the picture inside a voting booth. that is against the law. >> kim: we have a caught on camera moment locally that could lead tie pair of killers. kendall all over this developing story. this takes us back to over the weekend when a local man was killed. >> reporter: that is correct and the images all caught on the security cameras down the street at a neighbor's house. police hope someone watching
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these are the two suspects that police are looking for. they are seen on camera calmly walking down the street on saturday on sand piper way. the two walk into a house and less than a minute later a large bang is heard which police say is the gunshot. 17 minutes before that shooting a stolen moving truck was captured on the images and police believe the two men that walked into that house were driving that vehicle. they are calling it a drug victim dead inside. >> i called my friend to see what he was up to and he said he found our other friend tom on the floor apparently he had been shot. i asked him if he was dead and he said he thought so. and at that point he was like i think i got to call the cops and i told him good luck with that.
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are urged to call police. >> dana: thank you. a local man who pled guilty to involuntary manslaughter learned that he could spend up to 20 years behind bars. he was in court yesterday. jimmy robinson on the left. the man that will be going to prison for up to 20 years. this is surveillance video of the confrontation. robinson said he had watches on him whe stole the watches and took off. the other teenager, mills, ran away and that's when robinson opened fire shooting him in the back and killing him. he pled guilty to voluntary manslaughter earlier this year. in that courtroom robinson turned around and spoke to the victim's family members telling them that he was sorry for this. >> kim: decision 2016 takes us
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church. voters in cincinnati heading to cast their ballots. the long time moderator of meet the press used to say ohio, ohio, ohio. however the current moderator cluck todd replaced this election cycle with florida, florida, florida. still to come lance has gone political. he's joining us live in studio on decio the importance of getting out and voting. >> dana: a man arrested before he could get on a flight. what police say this guy wanted to do that has him behind bars. >> tom: there is craig and justin, they are getting ready for this election day coverage.
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hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depends on steady leadership. donald trump: "knock the crap out of them, would you? seriously..."vo: clear thinking... donald trump: "i know more about isis than the generals do, believe me." go fu_k themselves." vo: because all it takes is one wrong move. donald trump audio only: "i would bomb the sh_t out of
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. i know some people are so disgusted with politics they think their vote doesn't matter. but we can't just sit on the sidelines when so much needs to be done. i know that, working together, we can make progress. as attorney general, i brought democrats and republicans together to fight sex trafficking and drug dealers. and i took on the big banks who took advantage of nevada homeowners. i approve this message because in washington,
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directed he's the brother of the cuz thans blew themselves up in the attack. investigators found proof on a laptop of the brothers. >> dana: a third body has been found on the south carolina property of the man already charged in four other killings. the f.b.i. and homeland security join the investigation. the coroner will begin testing this morning to discover the
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well as how long they have been
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>> jeff: we are looking at decent speeds on 15 southbound and looking at your traffic ahead forecast. you can join the waze team. you can give us updates with what you >> kelly: temperatures in the mid 50's to low 60's. downtown 56 right now. southern highlands at 56. we do have a lot of sunshine across the area for us today. big ridge of high pressure in
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heading to the polls. there is rain from michigan to texas, scattered showers and thunderstorms mixed in there. that is something we'll be watching. today's forecast high in las vegas 81. a record 83 that was set in 1950 when harry truman was president. tonight 59 will be our low with clear skies. high of 80 tomorrow. 76 on veterans day and mid 70's >> dana: look who it is. it's lance. good to see you. from that boy band with justin timberlake. why 6:18 in the morning on election day in las vegas. you live in l.a., why are you here? >> just to remind people to vote
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to be here so i wanted to come be with my people and remind them we have an important day. our girl hillary is who we have to put in office. >> dana: a lot of people don't find her trustworthy. a lot of people think she's broken the law. >> stop believing the rhetoric. go to bipartisan places that really dissect donald trump lied 91% of this election and hillary has been one of the most truthful candidates. that tells you that people are listening to rhetoric. go research it yourself. you can find out what is a lie and what is not. >> dana: did you vote? >> i'm an early voter. democrat, republican, get out and vote. that's the message.
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>> kim: we take you live to ohio. a lot of pun dents have said republicans have never won presidency without ohio. that could be different this year if trump wins showing he has serious skills on the court. he broke a record last night in the nba and we have it headed your way. plus -- >> dana: live shows kicked off on "the voice" last night on channel 3. some of the singers were crying.
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>> tom: we have a little accident over here. doesn't look like anyone is hurt or causing a traffic tieup. traffic looks great coming around the horn so let's send it to kelly for a look at your weather. >> kelly: as you are heading out the door, a jacket or sweater. temperatures in the 50's in many locations. pahrump 48, boulder city 65. this afternoon make sure have you t shirt on under the 81 is our forecast high. >> kim: steph curry proving his got skills. >> dana: you got to guard him don't you. what makes this really fascinating is he went 0-10 from three-point range against the
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of 157 games in a row making a three-point. one streak comes to an end. new nba record scoring 46 at the warriors get the victory. >> kim: and the warriors losing to the cavaliers in the finals in june as we transition to live pictures out of cleveland on your screen. ohio a swing state we'll be watching throughout the day on news 3 for decision 2016. >> dana: pretty good football player but what he did on the i'm catherine cortez masto.
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but we can't just sit on the sidelines when so much needs to be done. i know that, working together, we can make progress. as attorney general, i brought democrats and republicans together to fight sex trafficking and drug dealers. and i took on the big banks who took advantage of nevada homeowners. i approve this message because in washington, i'll work with anyone to solve problems. for nevada. steve wolfson: as district attorney, i've prosecuted a lot of violent people. our background check laws have stopped over 5,000 dangerous but a loophole makes it easy for those same dangerous people to buy guns. they get them at gun shows and online from perfect strangers with no background checks, no questions asked. it's a dangerous loophole. closing it will save lives. let's make it harder for criminals, safer for us.
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>> dana: hillary clinton has already voted. we'll tell you when donald trump
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>> kim: we're checking in with michelle who will talk about the balance of power in the senate could be resting on nevada. >> dana: what police say led up to a woman being shoved in front of a train. what led up to that shove. off the strip this morning. >> kim: in a half hour from now the candidate at the top of that ticket should be casting his ballot for president of the united states. should be at 7:00 this morning we see donald trump doing that and we'll have live team coverage. >> dana: in addition to live team coverage of the election we have team coverage of traffic and the weather this morning.
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>> tom: we're cruising over i15 heading towards tropicana. from there we'll see if there are any lines forming. they don't start voting until 7:00. that would be enthusiastic voters but they might be out there chomping at the bit to get going. the traffic appears to be in pretty good shape as we continue our team traffic with jeff. >> jeff: we see a clear stretch on 15 both directions but we have an accident a is a surface street accident. everything sells clear. no excuse not to get out to the polling location. same goes for the weather. >> kelly: the weather is perfect. today we have lots of sunshine out there. right now you might want a jacket but this afternoon t shirt weather. by noon 78. our high today 81. just two degrees shy of the record. even at 6:00 this evening 75-degrees.
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up. >> dana: not much sleep for hillary clinton or donald trump both holding late night slash early morning rallies hours ago. our national correspondent in washington with more. >> good morning from here in the nation's capitol. both trump and clinton barn stormed battleground states on monday. this morning they hope their effort to get out the vote will pay off. in the most abc news washington post poll it's clinton with donald trump with 43. >> the 2016 presidential campaign has been full of disagreements. >> honestly i don't know how he lives with himself. >> she's being protected by a rigged system. >> but we can all agree it's been like no other election we've seen. and it turns out those passions are translating into people from las vegas to indianapolis to youngstown, ohio.
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the wall with a putty knife. >> we are seeing amazing turnout in early voting. >> nationwide more than 40 million people showed up to early vote, a steady increase from years past. with latino participation up and african-american participation down, it's hard to say who a higher voter turnout actually means. a research poll found a record number of people are following the election but a near record number are dissatisfied with the choices. and there is always the chance we could be standing here tomorrow at this time without a winner. it could be too close to call, the 2,000 election all over again. our teams will be with trump and clinton tonight and here in washington. >> kim: long lines expected all across town and all throughout our great nation as people exercise their civic duty. here is one of the polling locations live on your screen.
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today, check out your sample ballot. the location is printed there on the ballot. if you can't find it and you know a polling location near you, go in and they will help you out. all the people working these local polls are helpful. you can't wear anything that supports a particular candidate or maybe some sort of ballot issue. a live report from craig at that location in about 15 minutes from now. when you go, just a reminder one some people breaking the rules here locally. don't wear anything that is on the ballot that could cause concern. >> dana: nevada figuring prominently in the race for the white house. we are a swing state. we could figure in who controls the u.s. senate as we have a tight race for a senate seat today. >> michelle: this is a big one and not just for us here in the
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this is one that everybody is watching and that as you mentioned is the senate seat for harry reid. this could determine which party controls the senate and right now we have katherine cortez and dr. joe heck. and this is a big one because harry reid has held this seat since 1987. he served as majority leader and is the current minority leader. forth with who is ahead. we'll find out at the end of the day. republican heck and democrat disagree on big issues. one of the big ones we'll be looking at question one on the ballot which would close the loophole allowing private and gun show sales without background checks. republican heck opposes it and
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supports it. this is a big one. we're going to keep our eye on it. if you'd like to learn more about both candidates we've made our interviews we've done with both of them available on our website. go to for more on that. >> kim: if katherine wins, she will make history becoming the first female hispanic united we transition to some other local news. a man killed in the middle of the day over the weekend and this caught on camera moment local police hope will lead to the killers. it is the neighbor's security camera catching the moment the murder happened. 1:30 on saturday afternoon. two guys walking into a house. less than a minute later a bang heard, police believe that's the gunshot. a stolen moving truck was seen
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walked into the house and they were the ones initially driving that vehicle. they are calling this a drug related home invasion. a roommate later finding the person, his friend dead inside that home. we'll have continued coverage of this developing story throughout the day on news 3. >> dana: now to new york just north of manhattan. hillary clinton voting in her home state just a short time ago. bill location. it has been a long night for hillary clinton. just hours ago she was at a rally in raleigh, north carolina. >> kim: there he is tim kaine around 3:30 this morning our time he cast his ballot in richmond, virginia. >> dana: donald trump expected to cast his vote in about 15 minutes. when he does, we'll take you
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20 voice here on channel 3. tim tebow made his first big play in baseball.
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i'm catherine cortez masto. i know some people are so disgusted with p politics they think their vote doesn't matter. but we can't just sit on the sidelines when so much needs to be done. i know that, working together, we can make progress. as attorney general, i brought democrats and republicans together to fight sex trafficking and drug dealers. and i took on the big banks who took advantage of nevada homeowners.
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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.
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is responsible for the content of this advertising. >> kim: a woman is under arrest in new york city for allegedly pushing another woman on to the tracks at the times square train station. that woman was crushed to death by a subway train . the women appeared to have been having an argument yesterday afternoon. that's when one of them pushed the other. it is time to check out your
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>> tom: unfortunately we have a big mess on the 515 southbound at flamingo road. they are working with nhp and meanwhile traffic is backed up a couple of miles to charleston. take the boulder highway instead. >> kelly: as you head out the door this morning grab the sunglasses in addition to the sweater and jacket. temperatures in the 50's right now. we've got this big ridge of pressure in play. dry conditions, 59 at bob miller middle school right now. we'll talk about high temperatures coming up. >> dana: a live look of the dow jones industrial average, down 21 points in early trading. market been open for 12 minutes. yesterday the dow went up 371 points. the biggest gain in eight months. there has been market anxiety over this presidential election.
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coming up a custody deal reached for angelina jolie and brad pitt.
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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
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that's a fact. protect our families and police. yes on 1. >> dana: craig standing by at a
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polls open there in about 13 minutes and four seconds. anybody in line yet? >> reporter: there are people. let's stay with live pictures in this report. take a look behind me. this is liberty high school in henderson. it's being set up. they started about an hour ago. 488,000 people early voted in clark county. a record for clark county. henderson is a veryol 46,728 people cast early ballots at the galleria at sunset. this was a place where we saw hillary clinton campaign, we saw donald trump hold a large rally in henderson. people here voting and they have been campaigned by the two candidates aggressively. the polls are open 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. if you are in line by 7:00 stay
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>> kim: great remind tore stay in line. you talked about rallies and speaking of rallies the two at the top of the ticket holding rallies into the early morning hours. >> by the time the poll closes tomorrow we are going to be living on a prayer. there is no reason why america's best days are not ahead of u because with your vote we are just hours away from the change you've been waiting for your entire life. >> kim: both candidates will be in new york city tonight. one will be celebrating, the other conceding were. nbc's tracy potts left her traditional post joining us live from new york this morning. so these two burning the
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railroad crossing lee with lady gaga and before that she was in philly and donald trump with his entire family into the early morning hours in various lockes in michigan. -- locations in michigan. >> talk about stamina right. this is the way they wanted to end this. they wanted to go out with a bang with the most number of event in philadelphia today it's wait and see. clinton got up early this morning. she voted she and president clinton. she greeted a few supporters. that's it. no rallies planned. we may have unplanned campaign stops. at some point she'll be here. donald trump a few blocks down the road and they will wait for a decision from the voters, from
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people out about 500 of them all over the country monitoring particular polling places where they think they may have trouble with people in line or denied the right to vote or things are not right necessarily so the justice department has an eye on this especially after donald trump made such a big deal about this being a rigged system. they have lots of people out monitoring this that is the stage behind me. they are checking things out this morning. that is where hillary clinton will either make the concession speech or make an acceptance speech. we hope assuming that going into the wee hours of the morning or tomorrow or beyond to get a result here. >> kim: that means members of the justice department will be here in las vegas because the topic you just talked about as far as people going to the polls and doing the voting has been
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town. very quickly before we let you go, security, is it tighter than tight right now in new york? >> no question about that. not to mention the road closures and the fact we have two candidates blocks apart. and the polling places they are watching too. >> kim: tracy potts on the case for us live out of new york city. thank you and we'll see you when this is all over tomorrow morning. >> dana: a man killed in the middle of the day here in the valley and police are asking for your help finding the suspected killers. kendall live at metro headquarters with more. >> reporter: good morning and it was all caught on a neighbor's security camera showing the men walking through the neighborhood and into that home. they are hoping one of you watching will help them find the suspect. these are the two men they are
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down the street. these two walk into a house and less than a minute later a loud bang is heard and police say that was the gunshot. 17 minutes before the shooting a stolen moving truck was seen on security images in that neighborhood. police believe that is the vehicle these two were driving before they walked into the house. they are calling it a drug related home invasion. if you have any information you recognize these men or see them out and about. >> dana: brad pitt and angelina jolie finally reaching a custody agreement. angelina jolie will continue to have sole custody of her six children with pitt. he will be allowed visits with the children. >> kim: time to go skyward. here is tom up in sky 3. >> tom: unfortunately we have ourselves a major mess on the 95
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couple of lanes. traffic is backed up all the way to charleston so it is going to be a problem fur heading toward the southeast. you will want to talk the boulder highway as an alternate route. we heard exam freedom rights craig a moment ago. want to give you the sky 3 view and they are stacked up there. polls don't open up for another eight minutes but people want to get in there and cast their ballot. we have the red, white and blue here for election day high. >> jeff: we have another freeway accident. that is running real slow. in one hour a 21 minute commute if they get that cleaned up quickly. nine minutes over the next hour will be unchanged.
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>> kelly: looking fantastic outside. this is a live picture from the clark county wetlands park camera. temperatures on the cool side but well above normal for this time of year. paradise 61. sunrise you are 57. big ridge of high pressure still in play so we're looking at tons of sunshine. rain showers from texas up to michigan. those are going to continue to work eastward throughout the day today. high temperatures, it's boulder city 81. mesquite you are expecting to hit 83. tonight those lows indian springs 48 tonight. overton 56 for your low. our seven-day forecast showing today's high in las vegas 81. two degrees shy of the record and 11-degrees above normal. tomorrow 80 and heading toward the weekend it cools down but somewhat normal in the mid 70's.
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tension is getting high on "the voice." the first live show hours ago on this channel. they had to cut 20 singers down to 12. it must over now, it must have been good ??? >> dana: alicia choosing to kee- >> there is jimmy fallon welcoming members of the world series champion cubs with the trophy in hand. >> we have a writer on our show
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and she wouldn't stand up. she was superstitious that every time she would stand up the indians would score so she squatted the whole game. extra innings, rain delay, whatever it was. she did it just so you guys could win. i want to let you know. >> dana: there she is laughing about it. bottom of the ninth, twoous, game winning hit down the willful. the batter tim tebow. the former heisman trophy winner at the university of florida. he's only batting .146 but the football player trying to find his way in baseball. >> kim: drawing inspiration from
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with parkinson's disease. we have a team of people in place once donald trump walk into the polling location we'll take you there for live team coverage whether it's here on channel 3 in conjunction with "the today show" or on the cw las vegas. >> krystal: it has been a busy morning and we have a lot more to come. this, election day. we have you fully covered as voters hit the polls. >> krystal: a family picking up the pieces after their home is damaged by something you may have in your refrigerator right now. what caused this explosion and
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putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. when i come home and dinner's not ready 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... donald trump walked into the dressing room while contestants, some as young as 15 were changing. standing there with no clothes. you see these incredible looking women. i'd look 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.
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i'm catherine cortez masto. i know some people are so disgusted with p politics they think their vote doesn't matter. but we can't just sit on the sidelines when so much needs to be done. i know that, working together, we can make progress. as attorney general, i brought democrats and republicans together to fight sex trafficking and drug dealers. and i took on the big banks who took advantage of nevada homeowners. i approve this message because in washington,
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good morning. election day. >> it's now officially tuesday, november 8th. >> polls now open. voters casting their ballots after the mostontentious and controversial presidential campaign in history. 18 grueling months. >> i accept your nomination for president of the united states! >> i humbly and gratefully accept your nomination for the presidency of the united states.


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