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the shooting happened near lake mead and nellis boulevards. action news fast and first to the scene. metro tells us the victim was taken to the hospital-- but was standing and speaking before being transported. right now-- we are working to figure out what led up to the shooting-- and how the victim is doing. let's now send things over to 13 first alert meteorologist dan bronis. dan-- we're under a wind advisory-- how long is it going to last? ((ad-lib)) red flag warning in effect unti effect until 3am a large storm system is headed our way from the pacific northwest and will valley and stronger on the mountains. dust will be a problem with upper 80s today, then drop to the mid 70s on monday. overnight temps will drop to the mid 50s monday into tuesday and high temps will rebound to around 80 on tuesday afternoon. afternoon highs will remain in the low 80s through thursday with abundant sunshine. back to that breaking news --
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on the 15 and russell. that's according to nhp we are also hearing reports it may have been a crash involving several cars. 15 southbound at is closed. this is a live look at the 15 at tropicana. you're looking southbound. we have a crew heading there right niw right now-- a man is dead-- and metro is looking for a car stolen from that victim's night. detectives believe a car was stolen as part of the shooting. they're now looking for an electric-blue 2016 hyundai-- with nevada custom license plates "raaptor". five people lived in the
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shooting happened. one of the roommates came home and found the body-- she told police the place had been some things are missing-- including two shotguns-- and possibly other firearms. this morning-- a neighborhood is still shaken-- after a man crashes his motorcycle into a garage near mojave and sahara.. police say yariel penalver ) lost control of his motorcycle. neighbors who saw it all happen say yariel was just a blur as he slammed into a washer and dryer inside his neighbor's garage. 001312 tiffany harris, neighbor "the bike was standing on top of the washer dryer and just missed the hot water heater and then you could smell the bike fumes were that could've been something blown up." police say he was riding around the neighborhood testing the brakes on his bike-- when the unthinkable happened. yariel was wearing a helmet. but his injuries were too severe-- and he died.
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after an early morning car crash. you saw this story first right here on good morning las vegas 24 hours ago. police say the driver was speeding-- and slammed into a concrete barrier. it happened right where desert inn road makes that 90-degree turn-- and becomes theme road. only on 13 action news-- we spoke with the man who called 911-- as he ran to help the victims trapped inside. he and other neighbors tell us this issue is becoming way too common on that road. 071034 i just tried to keep talking to themv they werent responding , i kept trying to talk to them 710039 butt to 070032 alot of peoplethey dont see this and critical condition this morning. new details this morning on another story we first broke to you on good morning las vegas. right now-- one man is dead-- and three others recovering-- after this rollover near owens and h street. we now know speed and alcohol were factors in the crash.
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metro tells us two cars collided at the intersection. one of them flipped over-- killing the driver. detectives say one of the cars may have run a red light. new overnight-- protesters in los angeles took to the streets-- after l-a-p-d officers shoot and kill a car theft suspect. the protests are happening just a couple blocks from the scene. police say they were chasing a suspect in a stolen car when he got out-- and started to run. that's when police shot they are not saying exactly what led up to the shooting. but they are saying that they found a weapon at the scene. overnight-- no reports of violence at these protests. new this morning-- we are hearing from the mother of the victim-- she says she had just seen her son right before receing the news of his death. 057 he'd just left me, he just left my house...five times in the back...turns away 1:11 the victim's cousin also spoke out-- and said he was a good
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here at home-- dozens of protestors demonstrated outside an n-r-a meeting. they staged what they call a die-in yesterday morning-- at the red-rock resort and casino. activists wore all black-- and were covered in fake blood-- while they carried signs-- denouncing the gun group. verna mandez/battle born progress 09:44:47 "so we are actually protesting and mourning the 33,000 lives that due to gun violence." activists say-- nearly 80-percent of nevadans support legal background checks for gun sales. in your voice your vote coverage this morning-- a shocking article by the new york times claims that donald trump possibly did not pay federal taxes for years! but as chuck sivertsen reports-- trump is firing back-- by using a leaked recording of clinton at a february fundraiser to argue that she denounced bernie sanders' supporters-- whose votes clinton dearly wants in
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the new york times tonight claims it has obtained some of donald trump's tax records. the times says trump declared a 916- million-dollar loss on his 1995 tax returns which could have allowed him to legally avoid paying federal income taxes for up to eighteen years. trump's campaign issued a statement that trump is not required to pay more in taxes than the law requires - it did not deny that he did not pay federal taxes. donald trump sought to turn hillary clinton's words about bernie sanders supporters -- against her. sot trump " ... attacking him and his supporters as living in their parents' basements and trapped in dead end careers." a spokesman said clinton wants young people to be idealistic and set big goals. bernie sanders has endorsed clinton and now campaigns for her. no mention of the late-night twitter barrage in which he counter-attacked against the former miss universe alicia machado ["ah-lee-see-uh mah-cha- doe"]. she was cited by hillary
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(gfx) trump called her "disgusting" - a "con" -- and "his worst miss u." hillary clinton -- pounced. sot clinton/friday: "i mean, his latest twitter meltdown is unhinged even for him. it proves, yet again, that he is temperamentally unfit to be president and commander-in-chief." [gfx] a new fox poll gives her a post-debate bump - sixty-one per cent of registered voters who saw it said she won. [gfx] even so, the same poll shows the national race within three points, a virtual dead heat. that means the next debate could be make-or-break. chuck sivertsen, abc news, new york. help is on the way for nevada vets. the state will get more than 2- hundred-million dollars for the military-- and programs for veterans. senator harry reid made the announcement. most of it will go towards upgrading the reno v-a medical center. the state will also get money to build an extended-care
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a school bus ride turns into a real-life nightmare-- when kids are sent flying out of their seats-- as the driver loses control-- and crashes. a brand new video from inside the bus shows how this could have been prevented. ((ad-lib)) and right now-- millions are in the path of mega hurricane matthew. will it hit the u-s? that's all straight ahead.
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[cell phone vibrating] when the billionaire koch brothers call, congressman joe heck has been answering. voting with the koch brothers' agenda
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giving tax breaks to big oil companies and the super rich, but ending medicare as we know it and forcing cuts to social security. taking care of the koch brothers may be a good call for joe heck, but it doesn't work for nevada's working families. senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this ad. getting a look inside a school bus-- moments before a frightening crash in texas. the bus driver took her eyes off the road just for a second-- before hitting a
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16 students and the driver were taken to the hospital with minor injuries. people who live in the area are furious police did not write her a ticket-- and the school children. she can't be asking questions of the children while driving 50, 60 miles an hour in the rain with that many on board." school officials say the driver has been working for the district for 25 years. and they say she was not normal route. terrifying moments for a north carolina woman-- as she's run over-- while pumping gas. you can see the pickup truck as it slams into her car-- sending it flying-- right before running into her. police say the driver was under the influence of pain pills when the crash happened. some good samaritans saw the crash and stopped the suspect from running off. (jonathan watts) "took a few
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(and you did what?) just took his legs out from under him and we jumped on top of him." butt just doing what i thought was the right thing to do." those good samaritans held him until police arrived. the woman who was run over wasn't seriously hurt. she is expected to be okay. developing this morning-- the search for answers continues after that deadly train crash in new jersey. at this point-- the sheer extent of the wreckage is keeping n-t-s-b investigator part of the crash. trapped down under debris is an event recorder and a forward facing camera. officials want to know exactly how fast the train was going-- and if the brakes were used before it slammed into the station thursday morning. so far-- witnesses say the train appeared to be going three times faster than normal as it approached the platform. 1:23 sot - t. bella dinh-zarr / vice chair, ntsb "our objective is as always to not just find out what happened, but why it thomas gallagher.
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him came back negative. this morning-- hurricane matthew remains a major threat to millions of people. right now-- jamaica and haiti are in the immediate path of the super storm. it's expected to hit jamaica tomorrow. after that-- matthew could slam into the eastern part of cuba-- with damaging winds-- flooding rain-- and large waves. the storm was initially expected to lose some strength as it makes landfall in cuba but now-- the latest forecast shows that matthew could maintain-- or even strengthen slightly-- as it passes over the bahamas by wednesday or thursday. as for the united states-- most forecasts keep the weather system east of florida-- and only a few show it hitting the sunshine state by the middle of next week. this morning-- parts of orlando florida have some cleanup to do-- after being hit with flash flooding overnight. you can see here a shopping center parking lot under water
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until 11pm wind advisory in effect until 3am a large storm system is headed our way from the pacific northwest and will valley and stronger on the mountains. dust will be a problem with those gusts. the system will also bring a big cool-down. high temps will top off i upper 80s today, then drop to the mid 70s on monday. the winds will die off by monday late morning and give us calmer conditions
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the mid 50s monday into tuesday and high temps will rebound to around 80 on tuesday afternoon. afternoon highs will remain in the low 80s through thursday with abundant sunshine. ((ad-lib at desk)) a contact-13 consumer alert
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if you feed your child sammy's a contact-13 consumer alert this morning. listen up this is big. if you feed your child sammy's
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now. it's being recalled over bacteria fears. the bug can cause severe-- and sometimes fatal infections-- or even meningitis. the affected products have expiration dates of november 2016 to 2018. so far-- no illnesses have been reported. and another recall to tell you about-- subaru is recalling nearly 6- hundred thousand vehicles-- so time-- due to a fire hazard. the company says the windshield wiper motors can overheat-- increasing the risk of a fire. the recall affects certain legacy and outback cars from the 20-10 to 20-14 model years. dealers will replace the faulty motors for free. it's sunday and that means only one thing-- good morning las vegas is taking you dirty dining! and this morning-- we're going to a restaurant that was inspected after a customer complained they got sick. in this industry that happens
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a repeat offender. chief investigator darcy spears will have the juicy-- and dirty-- report. you're watching good morning las vegas.. we'll be right back on this morning. i think my strongest asset, maybe by far, is my temperament. i'd like to punch him in the face, i'll tell you. 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
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get him out of here! get him out of here! get the hell out of here! priorities usa action is responsible
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a restaurant that's a repeat offender!!! contact 13 chief investigator darcy spears has the dirty details. someone complained to the health district that they got sicka sushi. we'll spare you the symptoms, but suffice to say something in the monkey brain roll, sea urchin, octopus, salmon and tuna sashimi didn't sit well. 4:00 juno sul: yeah, well, you know, in this industry that happens all the time. we don't really know if they got sick after eating here. inspectors don't know either. but they did document improper thawing, unsafe food temperatures, improper handwashing and other factors that could contribute to
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violations, leaving kaya sushi with 31 demerits and a c grade. the repeat offender on spring mountain and arville was first on dirty dining in 2012. 3:01 darcy: granted it's been four years, and that's a long time, but still, some places never get on dirty dining and whenever you're on twice, people kind of wonder--can the place just not get it right? manager juno sul blames it on being an all-you-can-eat restaurant. 3:21 juno: we have to be constantly making food. it's a li control our food and our employees. inspectors watched a food handler rub their nose and face with gloved hands, then proceed to touch fish and the cutting board. these mussels weren't being safely handled. and look at all the food debris on the equipment next to it. 2:24 juno: we know what we're doing wrong. we're working with our health consultant to fix the issues. knobs on equipment were also caked with food debris.
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this rack (7852) and this container (7840) are filthy. and take a look inside the fridge! 4:40 juno: yeah, um, that's something that we have to definitely work on. we're actually looking for cleaning companies, because we realize, considering how busy we are, it's really hard to maintain the cleanliness. cases in point? a rusty knife and a soiled panel (7866) and get this--a chef was chewing gum while preparing sushi. 6:38 darcy: and you know wh of your mouth, i mean, yuck! juno: yeah. he's actually one of our new sushi chefs. we told him about what he can do and what he cannot do. cannot re-use a dry wiping cloth to remove raw fish debris from a knife. cannot leave sliced lemons and limes uncovered and subject to contamination. and cannot store a skewer of meat on the bottom shelf of a dirty table next to an open bucket of chlorine sanitizer.
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8:18 darcy: so again, with the cleaning. someone's not doing a thorough job cleaning up if there's food sitting out all night too. juno: yeah, that's why we're looking for a professional company to do it for us. /nat/ we've got four imminent health hazard closures, beginning with olive garden on flamingo and tamarus. it was shut down because sewage was backing up out of floor drains due to a problem with their grease trap, which is what we're looking at in these truly unappetizing images. /nat/ the palace station down for no hot water. also, hot dogs were 17 degrees below the safe hot holding temperature. /nat/ pasta idea on lake mead and buffalo was shut down after someone complained to the health district that the restaurant was operating without any water. inspectors arrived, found that was true, and forced them to close. /nat/ and the portable unit outside playas de cancun was shut down for no hot water. the dirty dining repeat offender is on east charleston
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inspectors also saw an employee preparing tacos with bare hands. waste water from a sink spilling onto the ground. and sour cream and shredded lettuce at unsafe temperatures. the unit is still closed. darcy tag: kaya sushi still has a c. pasta idea, olive garden and palace station's hot dog cart re-opened with a grades. darcy spears, 13 action news. right now we are continuing to stay on top of breaking news of a fatal crash investigation on the 15. also ahead-- a controversial "white lives matter" r texas-- but they soon get outnumbered by counter protesters! how it all ended. plus-- conservative newspapers across the country are losing subscribers-- after doing something they've
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a crash on the 15 and russell. that's according to nhp we are also hearing reports it may
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several cars. 15 southbound at russell is closed. this is a live look at the 15 at tropicana. you're looking southbound. we have a crew heading there right niw good morning las vegas! i'm marissa kynaston-- the time now is ... lets get started with a check of your first alert forecast with dan bronis. good morning dan! ((ad-lib)) red flag warning in effect until 11pm wind advisory in effect until 3am a large storm system is headed our way from the pacific northwest and will bring windy conditions through early monday. those gusts. the system will also bring a big cool-down. high temps will top off in the upper 80s today, then drop to afternoon. overnight temps will drop to the mid 50s monday into tuesday and high temps will rebound to around 80 on tuesday afternoon. afternoon highs will remain in the low 80s through thursday with abundant sunshine. johnson
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conservative newspapers across the country are losing subscribers-- after endorsements made by their editorial boards to nominee. and as reid binion reports-- for some-- this would be the first time in more than a century. : nat pop several newspaper editorial boards are, for the first time in decades, breaking tradition by not supporting the republican presidential nominee. instead they're recommending hillary clinton. and in some cases, libertarian gary johnson as their choice for president. among the media outlets catching heat for rejecting
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choice for president is the arizona republic .. who is endorsing a democrat "i don't think it's an accident that we're breaking with our history in a election year none of us has ever seen in our lifetime a candidate who is so republican. mike wilson / editor, dallas morning news: "our recommendation is just that, a recommendation. we recommended the best person we think is best qualified to serve as president." and the first time in more than a century, the detroit news is endorsing a candidate who isn't a republican. this election, they're throwing their support behind the nolan finley / editorial page editor, the detroit news: "i don't think voters should have to hold their nose and vote for the lesser of two evils" butt sot "we handled this process like we always do. we looked at the candidates and republican readers.. which resulted in many canceling their subscriptions. trump responded in a tweet saying that the people were smart for doing so. i'm reid binion reporting.
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election day-- and clark county still needs a few hundred more poll workers. to qualify-- you must be registered to vote in clark county-- and be able to work 14 hours on november 8th. poll workers will be paid one hundred-twenty dollars for working election day. for more information-- just go to our website-- ktnv dot com. this morning-- police need your help finding two men who robbed a business yesterday morning. take a look at the surveillance photos on your screen and see these guys. if you know them-- call police right away. the f-b-i has raided the home of the man accused in last month's bombings in new york and new jersey for the second time. agents visited the elizabeth, new jersey home of ahmad khan rahami. it's unclear what law enforcement officials were looking for during the search. but several photos were taken-- and at least one box was removed. rahami faces federal charges of using weapons of mass destruction-- and bombing a public place.
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south carolina-- has died. also-- for the first time-- his mom is opening up. 38-51 jacob was forgiving . what happened to jacob, he has forgiven already. he is in heaven smiling down on us and he ask his mom to be able to be strong and forgive just like he would have." jacob hall had been fighting for his life-- ever since a 14-year-old boy went on a shooting rampage at townville elementary school on wednesday. another child-- and school well. the teenager is also accused of killing his own father-- just before the attack. protests continue for the fifth straight night-- over the police shooting death of unarmed black man-- alfred olango. this is in el cajon-california. some protestors ran into the streets-- forcing the closure of a connector to interstate-5. right now-- people in the area say the protests-- are mostly peaceful. over in houston-texas-- the white knights of america held a
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anti-defamation league. some protesters carried weapons-- others just carried signs. they say they are upset the league has labeled their group a hate group. sot 040 scott lacy/white lives matter "we have peaceful protests in support of our officers, and to support our rights, and we're labeled a hate group. you know what i mean? it's a double standard. but they were outnumbered by counter protesters from a number of groups-- including black lives ma police kept both groups seperated with barricades. no arrests or injuries have been reported. two people are recovering this morning-- after a small plane crash in texas. it happened in the town of taylor-- that's about 30 miles northeast of austin. authorities say-- two people were on board when the airplane hit the ground-- and caught fire. the pilot suffered severe burns-- and the passenger was also injured-- but apparently escaped the flames. an investigation is now
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a massive oil fire continues to burn in iraq-- nearly a month after isis fighters set the blaze. smoke and toxic fumes are polluting the air-- creating a major public health risk. the fire-- also hindering air-strikes on nearby cities-- still controlled by militants. nats of gunfire the crisis in syria continues to get worse. right now-- thousands of government troops are gathering for a grou neighborhoods controlled by rebels. syrian airstrikes hit a main hospital in eastern aleppo-- for a second time this week. the violence has killed nearly 4- hundred civilians-- including 1-hundred children-- in just the past few days. a new study finds that hormonal contraception-- including birth control pills or implants-- could increase a woman's odds of depression. danish researchers studied more than one million women-- ages 15 to 34. they found women who used
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depression over those who did not use contraceptives. the numbers were higher for adolescent girls. positive for zika - v new tests are suggesting some mosquitos in miami beach may still be infected with the zika virus. officials say preliminary tests show that a new sample of mosquitos from the area has tested positive for the disease. if the tests are confirmed-- that would be the sixth mosquito sample from miami beach with a positive test. the sample was taken on that's been designated a zika transmission zone. at least 35 people in miami beach have contracted zika locally. right now-- president obama is urging congress to help working americans get paid sick leave but right now, millions of americans don't have access to even a single day of paid sick everyone else sick, too? or do you take care of yourself at the risk of a paycheck? we shouldn't have to make
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in a video yesterday morning. president obama says-- he has repeatedly called on the republican congress to pass a law guaranteeing most workers the chance to earn seven days of paid sick leave each year. but-- he says-- congress refuses to act. here in nevada-- there is no law requiring private- sector employers to provide paid sick leave. we've heard about samsung phones exploding-- but another thing-- find out if it's the one you own! also ahead-- this lamb is on a mission-- running for his life-- literally! we'll tell you who he was running from-- and how it all ended. and-- if you experienced a netflix outage yesterday-- you're not the only one! why the timing couldn't have been worse! now here's a look at what's coming up on this week with george, (rebecca/witness) "out of nowhere, there was a giant
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jacky rosen: i'm jacky rosen, and as a computer programmer, i created apps... before they were lled "apps" and i learned there's always a smart solution. as president of my synagogue, we found a smart solution to rising energy costs... creating one of the largest solar projects in the state. in congress, i'll work with democrats and republicans to make all of nevada a leader in solar, to improve our schools, and create good jobs.
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an exploding cell phone forces a classroom full of students-- to run for their lives. a student's i-phone-6 plus suddenly bursts into flames. (darin hlavaty, phone exploded) "i saw smoke, i stood up, i flinched upwards because it was burning my leg as i flinched up. i noticed i was smoking and i threw the phone on the ground and it lit up into flames.... and i kicked it down and made the fire go out." apple is now looking into the
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received some complaints about the phones catching fire while charging. the student says-- his phone was dead when it caught fire. if you have netflix and were having issues with it yesterday-- you're not the only one! the video streaming service experienced a major outage yesterday afternoon. there's still no word on what caused the problem. but netflix users from all over the world took to twitter to vent their frustrations. the timing of the outage was that's because the service released a batch of new movies yesterday-- including "titanic"-- "ferris bueller's day off"-- and "how to lose a guy in ten days." this morning-- the british royal family is on their way back to the u-k-- after an 8 day tour of canada. a large crowd turned up at the farewell ceremony in victoria yesterday. prince william and the duchess of cambridge bid their goodbyes before leaving on a seaplane.
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warmth and hospitality their received. he also said they were lucky to introduce their children-- prince george and princess charlotte-- to canada. the visit was the first international tour for 16-month-old charlotte. she had made only three public appearances before the trip. slaughterhouse - v this little fella did not go down like a lamb to the slaughter. in fact-- this lamb bolted from a slaughterhouse in chicago yesterday. it then darted down the street-- dodging cars in the city's south side. a man believed to be a for about ten minutes. the runaway was eventually cornered-- and put into the back of a pickup truck. (((chat)))) red flag warning in effect until 11pm wind advisory in effect until 3am a large storm system is headed
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conditions through early monday. today the winds will get gusty and peak at about 40 mph in the valley and stronger on the mountains. dust will be a problem with those gusts. the system will also bring a high temps will top off in the upper 80s today, then drop to the mid 70s on monday. the winds will die off by monday late morning and give us calmer conditions
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the mid 50s monday into tuesday and high temps will rebound to around 80 on tuesday afternoon. afternoon highs will remain in the low 80s through sunshine. bring windy conditions through early monday. today the winds will get gusty and peak at about 40 mph in the valley and stronger on the mountains. dust will be a problem with
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the winds will die off by monday late morning and give us calmer conditions in the afternoon. overnight temps will drop to the mid 50s monday into tuesday and high temps will rebound to around 80 on tuesday afternoon. afternoon highs will remain in the low 80s through thursday with abundant sunshine. the gay and lesbian community center of southern nevada is hosting a big fundraiser this week! when good morning las vegas returns join me and my guests this year that's never been done before! now let's head to new york for a look at what's coming up on good morning america, vo ny times obtains trump tax records coming up on gma, donald trump making headlines on several fronts this morning? big enought that it could have allowed him not to pay any federal income taxes for up to 18 years. meanwhile overnight, trump unleashed on clinton in unusually scathing fashion, even by trump-ian standards?
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husband. vo tracking hurricane matthew the other breaking story this morning? hurricane matthrew? a category 4 storm marching through the atlantic. the country in the bullseye right now? the incredibly vulnerable haiti. rob is tracking the storm? monitoring the chances of whether it could hit the u-s.
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the annual honorarium for the gay and lesbian center of it's the organizations largest fundraiser. with me now-- is joe oddo-- and michael dimengoto tell us all about it. what is the center's mission and how does the honorarium impact this mission? where will the honorarium be held and what are the event details? [to joe oddo] as an honoree, do you have anything you would
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margaret cho/the honorarium? joe oddo michael dimengo 1. name/title: michael dimengo / chief executive officer 2. name/title: joe oddo / manger of cox communications business retention person of the year: matthew daniel and robin greenspun corporation of the year: cox communications qmmunity advocate of the year: margaret cho the center hosts 22nd annual honorarium at the cosmopolitan of las vegas oct. 8, 5:p.m.
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[cell phone vibrating] when the billionaire koch brothers call, congressman joe heck has been answering. voting with the koch brothers' agenda 85% of the time. giving tax breaks to big oil companies and the super rich, but ending medicare as we know it and forcing cuts to social security. taking care of the koch brothers may be a good call for joe heck, but it doesn't work for nevada's working families. senate majority pac is responsible
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good morning, america. breaking overnight, trump's tax bombshell. a "new york times" report showing a nearly billion-dollar deduction. so large, it could have legally allowed donald trump to not pay income tax for up to 18 years. >> it must be something really important, even he's trying to hide. >> trump's campaign responding this morning. >> gloves off. trump targeting hillary clinton on all fronts from her health to her husband. >> she can actually be crazy. she can't make it 15 feet to her car. i don't even think she is loyal to bill, if you want to know the truth. >> will these new attacks distract voters from his new political storm? the other breaking news story this morning. matthew's might. ready to dump feet of rain on jamaica, cuba and haiti, all of

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