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fame-like quarterback, it's an honor to be in the huddle with him, you have a chance to make big plays. i'm grateful for him. i let him know about that today. >> you don't have all of your receivers healthy. they still cannot stop you. how come? >> the guy next to you. throwing opportunities. throwing me the ball. putting me in great positions to be successful. anytime he is opening up the >> le'veon bell, another 100-yard rushing game. we had tony dungy up in the booth for a little while. and he compared you to franco harris. that same patience. when you hear that comparison, what do you think? >> i'm honored. you know, obviously, when somebody is comparing you to a guy like that, it makes you real humbling. and grateful. you know? i appreciate the comparison. >> you and i talked earlier. your second thanksgiving day game.
and there's kids out there watching you tonight. what do you hope they appreciated about the way you played? >> they appreciated some good football. somebody who is passionate about the game. obviously, you love the game of football. for whoever is watching, congratulations. >> guys, thank you so much. >> taking this to the linemen. >> take them to the lineup, whatever you want. and take the balls. take the football. take the football. >> happy thanksgiving. >> mike? >> happy thanksgiving, michele. oh, beautiful. thank you. well, there's the playoff picture. this goes with the thanksgiving tradition. this is the night we start to see this. the playoff picture, unfolding in the afc. you slide pittsburgh for the moment, over there. on the 6-5, mark, with indianapolis, dropping to 5-6. houston leading their division.
baltimore for the moment. baltimore had a chance with nine teams in the afc, than they have. pittsburgh beat cleveland, indy was depleted here. do you get the sense that pittsburgh, they built confidence on what they can do on the defensive side of the ball? >> maybe. that's what it all comes down to. can they just find that formula, despite losing some key players back there? and this is the pride of pittsburgh. this is what they do every week in practice. they go one-on-one against the offense. and it looks like there's no way they're going to be able to make a play. and they make a play. sean davis there. and then, a nice play by timmons to get underneath that route. and mike mitchell comes up and makes a big hit on the quarterback, tolzien. and then, they catch a break here on the last one. but every, single one of those are competitive situations.
competitors in the national football league. and it showed up on the goal line tonight. >> 16 points for 2 games, against cleveland and indianapolis. a big one against the giants next sunday. kansas city and denver on sunday night. we'll look ahead to that, as we continue from indianapolis, on the postgame in a moment. (my hero zero by lemonheads) zero really can be a hero. get zero down, zero deposit, zero due at signing, and zero first month's payment on select volkswagen models. this black friday at the volkswagen sign then drive event. ? this holiday,
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all the time. von miller and the guys. now, with justin houston back for kansas city, derrick johnson, derek berry. this is going to be one of the fistfight battles. and it means so much. this is now, when we're getting to the games where the playoffs are clearly on the line, especially in this division. >> oakland plays carolina earlier. oakland is a game ahead. you lose this game, could you be two games behind oakland? limited time left. big pressure on both offenses because of the quality defenses, smith. you have to make plays in this game. >> that's where the question is for these two teams. if they make a run, the offenses have to be better. >> enjoyed doing this on thanksgiving. let's do this on sunday. >> why not? >> denver-bound. look forward to seeing you from the mile-high city, on sunday night. here in indianapolis, pittsburgh beats the colts, 28-7. coming up next except on the west coast, your local news, followed by a new "tonight show," starring jimmy fallon.
about the possibility of mitt romney getting a key spot in his administration. >> state of emergency in israel tonight as tens of thousands run from fires caused by arson. realtime closed captioning performed by u.s. captioning company >> breaking news tonight, search and rescue officers out at red rock canyon where a hiker has fallen. >> metroy told news3 that the hiker fell from the trail just after 5:00 in the black canyon area. >> news3 just getting this video of a rescue helicopter crew working to reach that hiker. this trail is a category 5 climb which means it's steep, it's very also dangerous. amazingly we are hearing preliminary information out of red rock canyon tighten injuries not life-threatening. our crew is at the scene and we'll have a full report with all of the developments on news3 live at a 11:00. now that news3 live in prime, the game is over and you've had your turkey and now
friday oiled holiday sales we wish you a good evening. i'm reed cowan. >> some southern nevadans are already lining up to beat the rush into the stores tomorrow. faith. >> reporter: there was a long line down the block just before 5:00 and that's when doors opened. now everybody is inside shopping like me looking for great toys to get their kids for the holidays. one toy everybody is trying to get is a hatchol i assume it's really hard to find pim i'm trying to look for them myself, and we talked to some people who said they're on the search. >> we came out here at about 2:00. >> reporter: katherine stubley was first in a long line outside of. >> we came for the macha mow. >> the hatch you mow ever are
>> it's this egg thing and you nurture it and these lies light up. >> reporter: a popular toy for the kids that are nearly extinct in the stores. >> washington want with nobody has them. completely sold out. >> reporter: these shoppers took their search to toys "r" us in hopes to not only find the but get it with an early black friday deal. >> hi, welcome. >> reporter: but these early black friday shoppers were off to the races with turkey still in their bellies friday rush. >> i can get twice as much for the same price. >> reporter: they joined the 1. 9 million shoppers the retail association of nevada predicts will hunt for deals this thanksgiving weekend. although many came out early this year the research prediction of nevada predicts 9,000 -- as a 3.9% increase from last year but today's shoppers came a leg up. >> we're still looking for hatch you mole.
holidays. and everybody -- there are a lot of people still real excited shopping in here. the this location at meadows mall said that they are all out of of hatch a moles but there is still a lot of cool find. i might have to take this one, give it to my colleagues in the the studio. >> so where are the hottest deals in southern nevada this holiday >> anchor: ahead on news3 live at prime the slickels deals. >> anchor: news3 is your authority to what to expect for shopping tomorrow. >> anchor: meteorologist kevin janison is in the studio. >> meteorologist: a chill night for people doing thanksgiving shopping. check out the neighbors across the valley. they are dipping into the 40s. still a cuch areas of pockets with 50-degree air. i don't think that's going to last a whole lot longer. some of these neighborhoods will dip into the upper 30s to get your black friday started.
up with temperatures in the lower 40s by 8:00 a.m. although that'll probably to be time most people are coming home. 58 at lunchtime. we'll peak in the hor 50s before pulling back but the big story for the remainder of the holiday weekend is this weather system up here. it's sang farther south and moving more slowly than what we told you last night so that's definitely going to impact on the timing of when this is going to be a player in our weather, and it is going to be a player. we have wind and rain in the forecast. we'll spell that part out for outlook a new minutes from now. >> anchor: we've got proof of how great the people in our hometown are. >> anchor: people helping a helping hand to make this canned weekend a good one for others. more than 1,000 people enjoyed a turkey dinner with all trims hanks of catholic charity. this tradition has been gone or for 50-pound. 700 pounds turkey, 500 pounds of potato and 370 pounds of stuffing all kind for the
part to community dea nations and more than 100 volunteers. >> today the thanks and the smiles and the meals that the clients get from the volunteers is just as powerful as the food because it really is a way for them to have that human touch and for them to realize that despite their struggles, people in our community really do care with them. >> anchor: deacon tom roberts says they're thankful for the returning volunteers, and if you're interested in helping out on a holiday or any other day be sure to check out give them a call. >> anchor: it's hard enough to cook one turkey dinner for the family but imagine serving as a few thousand in just a few hours. >> anchor: a family that owns piero's cuisine did just that tow give people a thanksgiving dinner to remember. news3 as kels thomas has this holiday story. >> reporter: the kitchen cranks food out almost as fast as you can order it. >> one, two, three, four. i need three more. >> we have had stuffing going
operates his kitchen look a well-oiled machine. >> the gravy. >> reporter: it's almost thick enough to coat the back of a spoon, which means it's time for this. >> careful walking through the doors. >> reporter: the moment these specially-crafted dishes -- >> go, next tray. >> reporter: -- go out kitchen door for the first time. >> thank you very much. >> volunteers will serve up more than 300 pounds of turkey and 20050 pounds of potatoes. it is all part of a tradition that has been going on for 25 years. >> a lot of people have tablecloth fine restaurant and have people go out and bring them food and the way it on them. >> reporter: discern on the house. piero's serving up 1300 thanksgiving dinners. families making reservations through local charities. that is what today is all about. >> we'll all get fat together.
open for free on thanksgiving is a big deal. >> someone has to do it. i've got a restaurant. it's empty on thanksgiving. what else can we do? >> reporter: a delicious thanksgiving day feast, families leaving full and happy. >> i ain't cleaning the mess. somebody else will. >> reporter: i can almost garn you it won't be chef fetaz. >> i'm going to my son's for thanksgiving but i'm not going fore today. >> reporter: kelsey thomas, news3. >> anchor: family here in las vegas. 3 million people lined the streets of new york city to enjoy the annual macy's thanksgiving day parade. this is the 90th year for this parade. it went off without a hitch. new york city's finest along with other law enforcement were out in full force to make sure that everybody is a safe time. their presence was everywhere but so were the sanitation trucks filled with sand and
the parade route. the trucking at as a barriers against any kind of attack. 3,000 uniformed and plain clothes officers, bomb-sniffing dogs and even officers with portable radiation detectors were out in the crowds. >> anchor: port authorities say tonight they foiled a suspected plan by a isis terrorist cell to launch an attack on paris. disneyland paris was the suspected targeted. seven terrorists suspected terrorists were arrested in the cities in the officers had been monitoring the cell for more than eight months. president-elect donald trump telling america tonight this he's working hard this thanksgiving on original his administration. >> anchor: mr. trump sent out several tweets to update us on his work. in one tweet he said he's macing progress to keep jobs at a kateier air conditioning plant in indiana from going to mexico. the company responded by saying has been in talks with mr. trump and looks forward to working together. diane gallagher tonight on the
>> reporter: americans love to get together on thanksgiving. the parades, the turkeys, and the sides. the football, and the country's current president -- >> thanksgiving reminds that no matter our differences, we're still one people. >> reporter: -- and future one. >> it's my prayer that on this thanksgiving we begin to heal our divisions and move forward as one country. >> reporter: -- are hoping the holiday can unite the deeply divide american people as well. >> it's time t because when america is unified, there is nothing beyond beyond our reach. >> reporter: but a recent cnn orc poll determined 53% of americans were even dreading the thought of talking politics over the thanksgiving weekend although 43% are eager to chew on the opportunity subject. former candidate jill stein is one of those chopping on the
is just a basic sign of democracy. >> reporter: stein launched a recount in michigan, plus pav and wisconsin where donald trump won. she and many other liberals believe there may have been voting irregular lates and want the results audited. the campaign has raised $2 million. >> the fact that it has basically funded itself overnight reflects the incredible hunger out there among the american people to actually start doing something positive and to an election system that we can believe in. >> reporter: in washington, diane gallagher. >> anchor: michigan officials say trump did win the state by about 10,700 votes but one big question facing the trump transition team tonight, will he pick former presidential candidate mitt romney to be his secretary of state. you might remember four years ago trump touted romney for president at his own trump tower but this year romney called trump a phoney and a fraud. mr. trump answered back calling
failure. this morning trump adviser kellyanne conway issued a series of pointed tweets where it appeared she was questioning romney's to be secretary of state. one in politico where trump royalists warned against a romney selection. >> this was the scene a camp swift in iraq a remote base mere mosul. 150 military personnel enjoyed a thanksgiving day dinner. 120 pounds of turkey was roasted for the feast. these troops are take can part advicing iraqi troops in the fight against the terror group isis. >> meanwhile a robbery suspect is arrested arrive police chase overnight. metro police confirm that man tried to arm a suspect in the area of sahara and eastern near midnight. according to metro the suspect stole an employee's car and took off. metro police gave chase along with the nevada highway patrol and henderson police. he was eventually stopped using
caught and cuffed h'm. >> anchor: a crime alert metro police looking for a man who rhonda local business and threatened the employees with a large knife. these are surveillance images of that suspect. it ad happened last wook week at a business near charleston and jones. metro police described the man as white, 5'4", 21 to 26 years old. you're asked to call crimestoppers if you recognize him. >> anchor: people in north dakota issuing alerts to a protest over an oil will still go on for the weekend about the phone alert went all to hall residents living near the sites. it goes through the heart of sioux ip tribe land. protesters came together for a while tonight to have what they called an appreciation different served by actress jane fond. uh-huh heartbreak in iraq. a suicide bombing in iraq set off ay explosives at a gas station in baghdad. at least 100 people died in this bombing, most of them iranian
responsibility for this deadly attack. shiites are among those fighting a u.s.-backed offensive in mosul being held by isis terrorists. the pilgrims were going to a nearby holy city to mourn the death of a grandson of the prophet muhammad. >> anchor: tens thousands of israelis are out of their homes forced out by raging wildfires. parts of the port steph haifa are on fire. people fleeing the city driving past those flames. israeli officials suspect that many of the fires were bude arsonist. israel is asking for help to battle these fires. russian president vladimir putin has promise today send two huge firefighting aircraft there. the navy's warning sailors about a silent attack on cyberspace. >> anchor: why their personal data could be at risk. >> anchor: but first, it's one-stop shopping las vegas sale. how a local company can help you knock off that gift list quickly
>> reed: now live in prime finding great shopping deals did is no longer just about black friday. >> anchor: one las vegas website promises to have all the deepest discounts for anything that you're looking for. >> news3's avila takes you to the home page of slickdeals.net. >> reporter: it's the video we see every year. friday deals but for slickdeals.net that's the old way of doing things. >> more and more merchants are launching the deals earlier. >> reporter: slick deals is a local website that specializes on compiling lists of all the best deals the from comforts of wherever you are. the deals are thumbs up or thumbs down and the best deals represented on their front page. he said customers no longer to have wait for black friday.
christmas you'll be seeing a lot of sales and 2. ro black friday, 3. ro. >> reporter: almost anything you can think of. many black friday dealers already available online and slick adam gase deals presents them through your favor store. for them this is their busiest type of year. >> you get a lot of tvs and game consoles. laptops. >> reporter: but shopping online requires patients. there are connell as there are in stores. >> it's not uncommon for websites such as amazon to go down when at the release a giant item. we've seen deals go in 60 seconds you have to have your credit card ready, you have to have your shipping address ready and you have to be ready to go. >> reporter: he says if you miss the deal online you can still brave the stores and see if you can wrestle that deal away from the next shopper. >> anchor: here's a couple more
dyson vacuum for $185. if you'd look to check out the site just visit ours at news3 lv.com or follow me on twitter at sergio news3. >> anchor: if you want holiday spend can money, on the border with either california or arizona, no one won last night's power drawing so the jackpot is now at $403 million and it's growing forur a lump sum payment would bring you a cool $250 million. >> anchor: a quarter billion dollars. kevin janison standing by, our weather authority. my goodness be with kevin, that would definitely warm a cold night. >> meteorologist: missed it by that much, six numbers separated me from all that money that's for sure. that close i was. what a beautiful thanksgiving afternoon across the las vegas valley, crystal clear skies, that was the story, although
really cool this evening. that's the start of the trend. look out on the red rock loop, the traffic there. this is a very popular weekend to go hiking out at red rock. the lake not quite a busy but that's naturally because of the cool weather just an occasional booingy and not a lot of the boats going out from their ships. it is ai that cool season fore mount charleston tends to get a lot more visitors even on thanksgiving. we begin at wigwam where wet of an air mass as we have seen the last couple of days. nellis 44 degrees and 29%. ask one more stop takes ugs to the east side of town lake mead and nellis 27, calm winds 28%. summerlin is already in the mid-40s. we do have a couple of pockets of 50-degree air. outside the valley president
was 62 but because the morning low was 42 this will go down as a below normal day. only the third one of those we've had in november. we had one day that was exactly normal. that high temperature 62 easily we'll be right back our 3-degree guarantee. we're throwing another $100 toward the nevada partnership for homeless youth and we will make more money for them before the month is out. air quality is nice and clear. we did have a lite but that blew off very quickly. tomorrow for your shopping day if you go out early it's going to be chilly. low 40s at least. we might see some neighborhoods in the upper 30s. we'll float our way to 60 degrees a lunchtime before peeling back in the afternoon. winds will stay light. that's going to be the story until late saturday when those winds change. now, remember yesterday we were thinking maybe will be saturday afternoon. we're pushing everything back a few hours because this system, as complex as it is, the energy is going to split somewhat, it's
few clouds on saturday as the front gets closer and a big train of moisture. it's going to hold off until late saturday night more looking midnight and there's enough moisture out here that's going to give as you decent chance for rain on sunday, mainly sunday morning, but that could also tasteful wall of by a few hours. the other usual this colder air is sang southward so we've got i a trend in long range forecast that might not be that 29 indian springs. sandy valley will bottom out at 37. high temperatures tomorrow afternoon mesquite 6ings and laughlin still going to 71. over the hump it will be 64. for the las vegas valley tonight we're going down 41 under a clear sky, again some neighborhood will find the upper 30s. tomorrow look for a high of 62. so another day with cool sunshine although this time it will be black friday. saturday will be relatively tranquil and warmer with a high
that because late saturday night the winds pick up. sunday we have the chance for rain, some lingering breezes into early next week and also lingering chill in the last few days of november, king of december had mice in the 50s, los in the 30s. that's a little bit below normal, not acceptable but we'll have to persevere. make our way through the chill. >> tala: i thought i could wash my car might rain. >> meteorologist: to you do you know what my advice is. >> anchor: don't wash the car. >> mine is so bad people are saying something about it. >> anchor: many americans will hit the mall. coming up how they're getting two jobs done at once. >> anchor: and coming up, thanksgiving is a big day for football as three big games took
>> after years have of having a reputation to not give up personnel for the cowboys, owner jimmy jones seems to have found the right pieces to build the cowboys into a dynasty. they built up the offensive line and found lightning in a they were looking for for their tenth straight win and they were looking good against the redskins early. prescott scrambles. a dallas lady. kirk cousins to deshawn jackson made it 24-19. so dallas mavs down the field and cap their drive with the rookie elliott for his second touchdown of the game. the cowboys hang on the win
lions and viking met for a first place battle from the nfc north. the lions get on the board fires. matt stafford-anquan boldin. 7-0 lead in the first quarter. minnesota comes back. matt asiata with a rare rushing touchdown. the game came down to the fourth quarter. game tied a 13. vikings had a chance to drive down the field, get a gamein sam bradford picked off by darius soleil and matt prader kicks the game winner and the loners now in control of the division with that win. next thursday night right here on nbc, the cowboys will travel to the vikings. you see that on the big 3 and dallas will try to win their 11th straight game. pittsburgh steelers big favorites on the roads without andrew luck, the colts.
for the national an they will. we just did a story on beau coming back from the national guard trip. 7-0. not much the colts could do without luck. especially when they gave up touchdowns from ben roethlisberger to antonio brown. they hooked up three times on the night. antonio brown with the three touchdowns. that helped pittsburgh win it 28-7ing college football was supposed to be a big game on paper beginning of the year. lsu-texas a&m ended up being average game because the teams are down, but pretty good ruin here. darius going down the field 70 tigers. third and 7 trevor knight coming back for texas a&m. christian cook. that tied at a 7. but later in the game lsu pulls away. dean etley a pump fake into the end zone to malachi dew duprey and lsu blew out the aggies
hoops. gonzaga and arizona taking on quinnipiac and nigel williams goff the point guard for gonzaga making things happen. a pass out to killian till for the bucket and former bishop gorman star and freshman zack cobbles added 13 points. the bulldogs win it by 20 points. over at the orleans ernie burl winds. arizona is playing right now. we'll bring you the hig >> anchor: thank you so much, randy. doctors have a holiday warning for parents. why kids need to be careful around christmas trees.
easter for thousands of u.s. troops they are far away from home serving our troops in iraq. lucy reports from camp swift in iraq. >> reporter: inside the tiny kitchen on a remote base far from home, it's time to chop, stir and roast. 120 pounds of turkey for 150 hungry mouths. it's a big date camp swift, roughly 50 miles south of nearly 6,000 miles from home. it's private jordan wright as first deployment. >> i definitely miss my family. sacrifice so others can be with their families. >> reporter: for lieutenant peter chun from baltimore down time for the big meal spent meant sprucing up. others worked out to work up an appetite. but the business of war doesn't
defense. if you're on camp swift. and we're what everyone aley relies on. >> reporter: operation inherent result is the fight against isis. battle captain katrina fed has been here for eight months. her ten-year-old back home is counting down the days. >> he sent me a message this morning, he said "happy thig, mom. i love you and i miss you. can't wait four to come home." then he had had a #with 48 days on it. >> >> reporter: it's his sixth thanksgiving away but that doesn't make it any east year. >> 500,000, 400,000 brothers and sisters and then i have my family at home. i'm in a pretty good spot. >> reporter: in just a few hours they will be back to the mission, back to the fight, but i think they might have a little message for folks back home. guys. >> happy thanksgiving! >> reporter: back to you. >> latoya: thank you for all that you do. the families of six children
receiving thanksgiving care boxes today. donations came in from all over tennessee for the chattanooga families. aren't people great? volunteers spending their day thinking about them and what they may be going through. organizers say they want the families to know they are not alone. >> reed: an investigation underway in this huge explosion at wa gold recycling facility. the smoke intense as the company recovers waste oil for recycling. fighters keep a close eye on contaminants in that black smoke. emergency officials advising residents in that area to stay indoors p. president-elect donald trump enjoying his thanksgiving with his family at mirra lago but he's letting us know he's working on the white house. >> latoya: tonight hue he's handling intelligence briefings. nbc's kristen roker reports. >> reporter: intelligence officials tell nbc news president-elect donald trump has
briefings since winning the white house, far fewer than the near daily briefings that are expected. the revelation first reported by the washington post which noted vice president-elect mike pence has gotten briefings almost every day when. when president obama was transings ever ugsing to the job eight years ago he asked for extra deep dives from topics from iran to syria. while some in the intelligence community say trump, i political novice, is missing a golden opportunity to get up to s broad conclusions. meanwhile late wednesday the president-elect sending a thanksgiving message to the public in a video produced by his transition team. >> it's my prayer that on this thanksgiving we begin to heal our divisions and move forward as one country. >> reporter: mr. trump also adding to his administration after tapping a success of loyalist, president-elect donald trump now aiming for diversity,
nations. haley, a rising star in the gop, was a fierce trump critic during the campaign, quickly changing her tone. >> well, i won't pretend to have always been president-elect's biggest cheerleader. [ laughter ] i did vote for him. and i was absolutely thrilled to see him win. >> reporter: trump praising haley as a dealmaker but critics say he lacks serious foreign policy experience. his other picks, betsy rival turned supporter. she's a billionaire gop donor and advocate for school choice. her selection was hailed by jeb bush but panned by the nation's largest teachers union which called her an i'd logical and anti-public education nominee. meanwhile, his former opponent hillary clinton is enjoying some family time. in fact, she and husband president bill clinton were spotted out grocery shopping last night.
they were there were their daughter chelsea and grandson aiden. the shoppers say the family was relaxed and wished other shoppers happy holidays. most of you were enjoying the thanksgiving feast with your family and friends, one in four southern nevada answered spent it with their coworkers. >> reed: 28% of nevadans worked here today. we're glad to be here and rub shoulders with cool people. that's up 8% from last year. people who rocker in the health care industry are most likelo take them a plate of turkey. >> latoya: i'm happy to be here with you, reed. tonight one dog reas the greatest in america. >> reed: next on news3 live in prime, meet the top dog in the station. our top weather dog is here,. >> meteorologist: bow 2000. thank you, preached we've got wind and wetness in the forecast
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>> reed: a scene of devastation tonight out of high pressure when a scaffolding collapses killing at least 74 people. the scaffold fell apart at a power plant in eastern china. an unknown number of people are believed to be trapped in the rubble. n. industrial accidents are rising in china where worker deaths number in the tens of thousands annually, despite national campaigns to improve workplace >> latoya: a major earthquake realities el salvador's pacific coast. the 7 magnitude quake has offshore in san salvador. a state of emergency of underway. no reports of death or serious damage so far. el salvador sits at what's known as the pacific ring of fire. the navy alert be more than 134,000 current and form sailors about a hack attack on computers. personal data for the navy
attack took place and the navy doesn't know who the hackers are, but they say a laptop belongs to a contractor at hue lit packard was the one that was compromised. a navy official said that the breach included, so numbers and names. right a deadly act of violence mars a football game in louisville, kentucky. two people died, four others were injured, and obviously the news just horrifying to get. the shooting took yards away from where the mayor was sitting. police tonight still looking for the responsible. children had just finished playing football, and two women's teams were in the middle of a flag football game and the gunfire broke out. >> latoya: doctors say holiday decorations can be dangerous coming up, their wintertime
>> latoya: who needs to hit the mall when you can do your job and holy shopping at the same time? >> reed: a lot of people do it. a recent seurat career builder.com found more than half of americans will do at least soming yo shopping while at work. might have purchased something about an hour ago. that's up 3% from last year. however, most won't be usi gifts. 49% say they're going to use their person cell phones or their tablets to pick out presents. >> latoya: a warning for hose who can't wait to deck the hamas if. doctors say it can be dangerous. doctors at that time vanderbilt university say they see a spike in emergency room visits during the holidays. injuries range from cuts and burns to sprains and broken bones, from people falling off ladders. they also treat more small children who have eaten small items. dors advice keeping ornaments
little ones. >> reed: wondering what to get the tech necessity your life? here in nevada the police playstationtops most of the gee. xbox came in number one just about everywhere while playstation trending at the top in oregon, vermont and west virginia. folks in idaho, maine are hoping for a microsoft console. >> latoya: america has a new top dog. a other k-9s that. greyhound guess in show beat out six other finalists including a giant schnauzer, an english springer spaniel, and a border coal. more than 200 breeds were represented in this year's show. it's the 15th year nbc has broadcast the event making it an annual thanksgiving tradition. well, it's beginning to look a lot like christmas in japan. why this winter weather is so unusual.
>> reed: tokyo snowfall in more than 50 years. the city got about 7 inches of snow today and the thermometer dropped to 3 degrees, about the temperatures usually hover between 46 and 60. the snow made for slippery roads and disrupted some types of public transportation. >> latoya: it's not going to get that cold here but it is going to get cold. let's check in with our weather authority kevin janison. >> meteorologist: you doing the weather now? not going to get that cold? all right. i'm going to do the news. here we go. we're going to be chilly by las vegas standards but it won't
we had a crystal clear day. here's the view from our camera on the at cadence in southeastern parts of the valley, a blitz of traffic appeal head to grandma's house and down goes the sun late this afternoon, and on go the lights. cold but clear. not too bad this evening. we'll start on van waggoner and henderson at 45 degrees. then to eastern and bonanza where it's 49. 37% relative humidity and over the hump down to 41 degrees and 47% relative humidity. if yre head back home or maybe just going out later on this evening, just about the 40s valley wiped about north las vegas at 44. still 50 in green valley and 47 up in centennial hills. mountains already a 25 and, of course, that temperature really fluctuates depending on your illustration from the town up toward the key resort to the lodge and everything. boulder city 54. as you map out your black friday we expect the low temperature to be around 7:00 a.m. that's going to be ash 41 with
chilly, upper 50s by noon. i think we'll get into the lower 60s before pulling back late in the afternoon. wind-wise, that will not be a factor tomorrow. or saturday for that manner it's saturday night when those winds pick up and they could get pretty strong after mid night. so clear sky. now i think that'll be the story for friday. we'll get clouds on saturday. the clouds we had last night with that front that wicked kicked up the breeze pushed off into arizona. done with them. and look how long this strain of the front itself, too. we're going to have a good chance for rain on sunday as this comes through. right now the best timing is the first half of sunday but definitely i. stay tuned for later updates with the forecast because sunday afternoon, that could cause havoc with travel either coming back into las vegas or heading back home if viewer you're visiting us this weekend. right now it's 34 in reason would be mid-60s in l.a. high temperatures for many afternoon salt lake at 55. phoenix 78. looking at southern california into the 70s.
going down to 22 in the mountain, 29 indian springs, very chilly up there in lincoln county. high temperatures tomorrow afternoon boulder city is at 61. laughlin coming in at 71. 49 up on the mountain. if you're adventuring on the lake 65 big ones. for the las vegas valley clear be with 41 for the foyer low. do i think some neighbors will find the upper 30s tonight. tomorrow's high temperatures should make to it 62. sunny but cool sunshine. it's going to be one of those days because the taking s. taken in the shade. if you are in the the shade you'll feel cool. if you're in the sunlight you will feel warm. if seven-day forecast kick it to 65 on sunday then if aborts coming off. mid-50s with that chance of rain on sunday. will it breezy sunday, monday and possibly tuesday before the winds go away but the temperature is not going to rebound any time quickly. mid-50s for highs. upper 30s for lows in the desert. people don't remember always