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cases, patients have regained some movement. thankfully, kiko is slowly recovering. right now, there is no cure for a-f- m. doctors believe it's caused by a viral infection. happening right now-- election day is finally here. take a look at this live pictures of people waiting in line to cast their ballots right now... this is from raleigh, north carolina and one person who we know already voted this morning-- clinton. this is video we just got in of her voting in new york... afterwards, she talked about what this entire process has meant to her. :02 "it is the most humbling... to win today." 19 clinton isn't the only candidate voting in new york
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to cast his ballot within an hour or so... anc/pc/mk right now-- our whole team is working together to cover this historic election. parker collins and marissa kynaston are at different polling places tracking the big races and issues. let's start with parker collins at the cambridge recreation center. it's early. here's what i'm seeing. polls won't open until seven though. is up against republican rep. joe heck. it's been an incredibly close race many polls have them within one or two points of each other. it's one everyone wants to follow since it could tip the balance of power in the senate. the winner will fill harry reid's senate seat. he's held that seat since
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we are going to keep an eye on reporting live parker collins thirteen action news. donald trump and hillary clinton will stay new york to watch the results come in. but the white house contenders had a late night-- campaigning up until the final hours. trump's final day on the campaign trail was an 8-state marathon-- ending in michigan this morning. po-08tu did you ever think you'd be hearing a major speech like at around close to 1 o- clock in the morning are we crazy? is this crazy? it's crazy! (butted with) "today is our independence day. today the american class is going to strike back, finally." trump is expected to cast his vote in new york sometime this morning. we're told there will be extra security at trump tower today. v the democratic candidate brought in as many stars as she could for her final event... and they definitely drew in a
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madonna-- and lady gaga... super stars from different genres and decades performed at clinton event in new york an dphiladelphia. aside from the celebrities... the crowd heard from president obama, the first lady, former president clinton, chelsea clinton, and hillary herself. py-06tu hillary clinton / -d- presidential candidate: i believe with all my heart that america's best days are still ahead of us. hillary clinton and donald trump will both hold their election night parties in new york-- they will actual one block apart from each other. metro is also preparing for a busy election day. the department says polling places will be monitored, and officers are promising a quick response if anything happens today. they will also make sure nothing happens to the ballots. metro tells us they have not received any election related threats. people heading to the polls today have some big decisions to make. and those decisions will impact
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polling location at coronado high school--- explaining those controversial ballot measures. this is what youll see when you head to the polls--towards the end--are the ballot measures youll have to decide on. two of the biggest hot topics-- background checks for gun sales-- and legalizing recreational marijuana. nevada is one of five states now considering legalizing marijuana-- this would be recreationally. in the state back in 2000. so a yes on question two-- would make it legal for people ages 21 and over to buy a small amount of marijuana. there would be a 15 percent tax on it-- that money would go to support schools. the other hot topics-- background checks on gun sales. i'll explain that later in the newscast. mk--13an. taking a live look from chopper
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location in summerlin... this is bonner elementary near town center and hualapai.... it doesn't open for about an hour chopper 13 will be over polling locations all across the valley this morning.... right now-- police are
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in connection to a deadly home invasion. only 13 action news is speaking to the victim's girlfriend who says she was hiding in the bathroom during the whole thing. "i just want to know, could i have saved him? i just feel here you see the men walking up to the home near twain and torrey pines saturday afternoon. less than a minute later... gunfire. nats of gunshot (butted with) "hey!" stephanie gruttadauria tells us her boyfriend tom jones was killed over 60 dollars. she says he was shot in the face, after the suspects demanded he hand over some drugs and money. police believe the men were driving this yellow moving truck. if you think you might
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breaking overnight... a man is recovering after being stabbed downtown...and police are still looking for the two suspects... the victim tells police he was stabbed and robbed at the l-g-b-t-q center around 2 a-m this morning... he is expected to be o-k.. is it a light-hearted prank-- or vandalism of a police car-- is it a light-hearted prank-- or vandalism of a police car-- him. "not one child is throwing up, a nightmare at a daycare--- more than a dozen children rushed to the hospital... now police are trying to figure out what's behind this. chopper 13 bringing you breaking news fast and first.. flying to another polling location this morning...we're going to cheyenne high school in north las vegas.... a man in ohio is behind bars this morning, accused of
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phoenix arizona...polls open at 6 am but folks are already lining up. viewers say computers are down at their polling location & long lines are forming. a man in ohio is behind bars this mo donating money to isis. authorities say the 20-year-old was trying to join the terror group in libya. they believe he sent 250-dollars to an isis operative earlier this year. he's also accused of expressing interest in jihad online and asked for money to go to afghanistan and syria. the man faces up to 20 years in prison if he's convicted. 07-11 put em in a coffin...ohhhh!!!
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far-- and now he's caught metro's attention. in this video posted on facebook, the young man claims he broke the windshield of the patrol car parked downtown. he also shared these pictures of himself standing on a cop car. the prankster brags online about ignoring his mother-- and the police car videos weren't even the most shocking things we found on his page. :45-:49 nats of bathroom fight metro tells us they are the patrol car, and they may have more videos of the young man because there are more security cameras in the area. some changes are coming to the way our 9-1-1 calls are being handled. our 9-1-1 calls are being handled. but... it's good news. and it could mean you get the help you need faster... when you're in the middle of an emergency. plus-- it's election day... even if you don't like the candidates... there's one thing everyone
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today.. in case you were wondering-- you can vote for the next
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with all of the shenanigans danny tarkanian's pulled in nevada -- helping set up fake charities used to scam nevada seniors, failing to pay thousands in property taxes, losing $17 million in a failed development scheme, g taxpayers with the bill -- imagine the shenanigans tarkanian would pull in washington. it's why we can't afford tarkanian in congress, ever. dccc is responsible for the content of this advertising. switch to centurylink and get up to 40 megs of high-speed internet for just $20 a month. that's the speed you need to stream... ...game... ...connect on social media...
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so call 844-560-link. get up to 40 megs of high-speed internet for just $20 a month for one year when bundled with a qualifying home phone plan and autopay. speed may not be available in your area. call today. ?? call today. i'm catherine cortez masto. 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. ans 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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this is the largest polling location in north las vegas....could get busy but right now it's still calm...polls open in 45 minutes in case you were wondering-- you can v president... even when you're in outerspace! nasa says the astronauts at the international space station recently filled out their absentee ballots. the celebrated by posting this picture online--showing some
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mainly sunny skies continue along with abnormally warm conditions and light winds switching directions throughout the day. high pressure hold to the southwest and will allow temperatures to hold between 6 and 10 degrees above normal for this time of year. today, highs will range between 78 and 84 degrees valley wide with central las vegas reaching 81 degrees; 10 degrees above our normal high temperatures for this time of year. upper 70s and lower 80s will continue through the work week southern nevada and will allow to the mid and upper 70s where
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people get back on their feet this morning.. after a fire damages their
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to the complex near stewart and lamb yesterday there were flames and smoke coming from the window. they were able to put the flames out quickly-- but the apartment had heavy smoke damage, and the bedroom was gutted. no one was hurt. the cause is still under investigation. 911 operators across our state will soon be getting some more help from an all new non-emergency line. low-priority 9-1-1 calls will be re-directed to a registered nurse who can provide questions-- and give referrals. the new line is expected to save resources, and lighten the load for dispatchers. funding for the line is coming from a grant for emergency medical services. right now-- health leaders in florida are scrambling to figure out.. what was in the food at a daycare... that sent 19 children to the hospital. police say 29 kids at the preschool got sick yesterday afternoon. they believe they got food
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that served them lunch. marie antoine parent "she is throwing up constantly, and she's like shaking, and she's like in and out,". when i went there, all the kids are throwing up. not one child is throwing up, every kid is throwing up." police say some of the children are in serious condition. the entire facility is now being examined, and the department of health will be testing the kids' lunches. he became an huge star the day series. who can forget the now viral video showing las vegas athlete kris bryant realizing his team finally broke the curse. now he's sitting down with jimmy kimmel to talk about his new fame! and while the candidates have been busy on the campaign trail.. so have their families. but what kind of impact are the clinton and trump's having on the election? that's coming up in our gma first look. a live look at parma-ohio... voting underway right now!
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for hometown hero kris bryant...
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bryant... after he helped the chicago cubs finally win the world series. and last night the bonanza high school grad sat down with fellow las vegas native-- jimmy kimmel. 2:21-2:37 "there was probably 3-thousand people waiting outside just outisde the left field gate when we're just cleaning out our lockers... and i'm like this doesn't get old... this is pretty cool. bryant also talked about the parade...and how unbelievable it was to have 5-million people
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mainly sunny skies continue along with abnormally warm conditions and light winds switching directions throughout the day. high pressure hold to the southwest and will allow temperatures to hold between 6 and 10 degrees above normal for this time of year. today, highs will range between with central las vegas reaching 81 degrees; 10 degrees above in today's gma first look-- both presidential candidates have relied heavily
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campaign.... but will that family support sway voters? abc's paula faris has the story. < in this morning's gma first look - they're the candidates' secret weapons - their families? (quick nats) sot//melania trump 11/3 speech in pa - he will make a fantastic president sot//bill clinton 11/7 - she's strong enough to be president the potential first families pounding the campaign pavement for that presidential win... sot//mark updegrove 15:26:00 - we want to get a human connection to that individual and families give us that dnc speech - she's the best darn change-maker i ever met in my entire life still hugely popular in democratic circles, president bill clinton has tried to capitalize on that love... but in a rare move for political spouses, melania trump has been mostly absent from the trail.. mark updegrove 15:27:59 // it's hard to say if she's been a positive or negative factor, she's really been a neutral factor // and coming up at 7am we have wall-to-wall coverage as america votes - with your gma first look, i'm paula
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coming up in our next half hour-- you want to go to jail? i told you to move on! a man claims he was unfairly arrested while he was filming another person's arrest downtown-- now 13 action news is looking at both sides of the story. reporter adlibs tease
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waiting in line to cast their ballots right now... two people we know have already voted... tim kaine and donald trump junior... and both of them are sitting down with gma this morning. we'll hear the new interview in just a minute. right now-- our whole team is working together to cover this historic election. parker collins and marissa kynaston are at different polling places tracking the big races and issues. let's start with parker collins center. it's early. here's what i'm seeing. polls won't open until seven though. democrat catherine cortez masto is up against republican rep. joe heck. it's been an incredibly close race many polls have them within one or two points of each other. it's one everyone wants to follow since it could tip the balance of power in the senate. the winner will fill harry reid's senate seat. he's held that seat since
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we are going to keep an eye on the action here. as soon as we see lines start to form, we will bring you those live images. reporting live parker collins thirteen action news. voters across the state will be making big decisions that will affect us locally... marissa kynaston is live from coronado high school.. tracking the ballot measures that are up for vote across this is what youll see when you head to the polls-- towards the end-- are the ballot measures youll have to decide on. two of the biggest hot topics-- background checks for gun sales-- and legalizing recreational marijuana. question one would require most people who want to transfer a gun to another person-- to first go through a licensed gun dealer-- who would then have to
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this would include any guns given as gifts-- and any gun that might be borrowed. so a yes vote on this would require those background checks. those who oppose this measure argue that the majority of guns used to crimes are stolen anyway. so far-- more democrats than republicans have been headed to the polls-- but that could change today in our swing state. mk-- 13an. donald trump junior is making his final pitch for his father... saying he donald trump junior is making his final pitch saying he hopes people see the guy he knows... when they go into the voting booth today. 0:00 i wish people saw... heard otherwise." trump went on to say that he's
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and check this out...democratic vice-presidential candidate tim kaine is up early to cast his vote. kaine filled out his ballot station in richmond, virginia. kaine also spoke to gma this morning he says this could all come down to four checkmate states... florida, north carolina, ohio and pennsylvania mainly sunny skies continue along with abnormally warm conditions and light winds switching directions throughout the day. high pressure hold to the southwest and will allow 78 and 84 degrees valley wide
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our normal high temperatures for this time of year a man is fighting to get the charges against him dropped... because he says he was unfairly arrested-- while he was recording video of someone else getting arrested.
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kelly patterson is part of a group called, "nevada cop block." he films cops in action to get a "neutral record" of arrests. legal to film police officers in our state, but our crime and safety expert suggests we might be missing part of the story. there was apparently some interaction before what we saw a reference made to it when the officer initially confronted thethe guy who had the camera. 230045 (butted with) "i told you to move on... i told you to move on, you need to move on." metro's internal affairs department has reviewed the video, and they say they're now looking into the case. a confrontation with an intruder... ends with the homeowner stabbing him-- the man says sunday night
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near maryland parkway and charleston. and he heard him cooking sausages in his kitchen! the homeowner tells us he stayed quiet until the intruder started creeping towards his bedroom. he was afraid to call 9-1-1, so he grabbed his knife instead. 1738 39-17 3045 i was holding it in my left hand and then i just stabbed them somewhere in the chest. the intruder immediately took off. police are still searching for him. they also want to remind people that no matter the situation, the 9-1-1 first. a henderson woman turns to 13 action news for help-- because she says a smelly problem in her new house is leaving her with a huge bill! mae pickens tells us the problems started last month at her home near green valley and wigwam. she was doing laundry, but that ended with a flood! a plumber told her there was a blockage in the sewer line. so for few weeks she's dealt with a horrible smell.
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thousand dollars to fix. "i want them to take care of the cost of it! the city! of henderson! to take care of the cost..of all of it!" the city says mae will have to pick up the bill because the issue is on her property, but they will look further into her situation and get back to us with more details some time today. today you can celebrate election day with a free lunch-- but you'll have to tell the businesses who you voted pho (fuh) 87 is offering a discount of almost 20-percent on your meal if you supported donald trump. what if you voted for hillary? do you get the discount! no! you vote hillary you should not deserve to live long because eating our good food you live long and you might produce some more dummies... on the other side of the ticket.. gritz cafe is offering a free bowl of grits to anyone with an "i voted" sticker. grits and shrimp, we have grits and cheese..
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grits, we can supply it. we checked with the nevada secretary of state to see if this was all legal. we were told it's fine as long as theyre not bribing anyone before they vote. new this morning... hillary clinton getting in on a social medial trend... if you're not familiar..it's a new, viral senational where people freeze in place while they're being recorded. clinton and her top aides took on the chll they took off from raleigh north carolina yesterday. the video ends with a message that says "don't stand still. vote today." last night donald trump announced that quarterback tom brady endorsed him. he told a crown in manchester new hampshire-- that brady and bill belicheck voted for him. but this morning-- his wife suggests they are not together on this issue. an instagram commenter asked the brazilian supermodel: "gisele i heard you and tom
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i'm catherine cortez masto. 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.
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paris and brussels terror attacks. the suspect...oussama atar...is a cousin of the brothers who blew themselves up at the brussels airport in march... french investigators suspect atar directed the attacks from syria-- they have found proof on one of his brother's laptops... new developments this morning in the case of a possible serial killer in south carolina.... investigators have now found a third body at todd kohlhepp's the same place where police found kala brown...locked in a shipping container...and her boyfriend buried in a shallow grave. now police have made another chilling discovery.. take a look... police think kolhepp wrote a review for padlocks he purchased on amazon. it says "have five on a shipping container...won't stop them...but sure will slow them down." 13 action news is getting some much needed help for people
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on the eastside who tell us for months they've been living with a mice infestation! brandy brown lives in the complex near sahara and nellis. she says she's been trapping mice since this summer. but just this month alone... she's seen 5 in her apartment! and she's not alone. 13.50.46 it's disturbing and it's unnerving 47 at one point when i first heard them squeaking, i was scared to go to sleep 52 bb (butted with) 13.54.12 im afraid that one is going to bite me and you know they carry a lot of diseases 17 like i cant live there 19 lh we talked with management. they say they're inside and outside, and they've had a pest control company come there. when our investigative team pressed them about the issue-- they said they will let people in the affected units out of their lease without any penalty. sports fans... mark your calendars. we now know our city's new n-h-l team will reveal its name and logo on november 22nd. the big unveiling will happen at "toshiba plaza"..... outside the t-mobile arena.. the event is open to the public.
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your dream is finally coming true! take a look at this new invention called the "chip smart cookie oven." it can bake cookies in under 10 minutes! it's basically a keurig and an easy bake oven combined. you choose your cookie pod, and then use an app to set your cookie preferences. the product just debuted on kickstarter. it's already raise nearly 40- thousand of it's 100 thousand dollar goal. the cookie 249 dollars, mainly sunny skies continue along with abnormally warm conditions and light winds switching directions throughout the day. high pressure hold to the southwest and will allow temperatures to hold between 6 and 10 degrees above normal for
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78 and 84 degrees valley wide with central las vegas reaching 81 degrees; 10 degrees above our normal high temperatures for this time of year. upper 70s and lower 80s will continue through the work week along with mainly sunny skies and mild winds. by the weekend, a disturbance will pass just to the north of southern nevada and will allow temperatures to fall slightly to the mid and upper 70s where they hold into next monday. chopper 13 fast and first over
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chopper 13 fast and first over huge backup... this is all because of a crash-- yasmeen is tracking it for us... our other big story of the
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our other big story of the election day is finally here... the polls will open in just a
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marissa kynaston at polling locations across the valley. let's start with parker? it's early. here's what i'm seeing. polls won't open until seven though. democrat catherine cortez masto is up against republican rep. joe heck. it's been an incredibly close race many polls have them within one or two points of each other. it's one everyone wants to balance of power in the senate. the winner will fill harry we are going to keep an eye on reporting live parker collins thirteen action news. this is what youll see when you head to the polls--towards the end--are the ballot measures youll have to decide on. two of the biggest hot topics-- background checks for gun sales-- and legalizing recreational marijuana. nevada is one of five states now considering legalizing marijuana-- this would be recreationally. medical marijuana was legalized in the state back in 2000. so a yes on question two--
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amount of marijuana. there would be a 15 percent tax i'll explain that later in the newscast. mk--13an. thanks for watching good morning las vegas.. we are always online at ktnv.com chopper 13 fast and first over a polling location in henderson....
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good morning, america. fight to the finish. donald trump and hillary clinton pull out all the stops overnight. crisscrossing the country to make their final push for the white house. clinton holds her biggest rallies yet. >> there will be no question about the outcome of this election. >> calling on the president, the first lady, and some major star po a prayer. >> bon jovi, lady gaga and bruce springsteen, all there. ? can't start a fire without a spark ? >> as donald trump hits five battleground states in one day. >> i'm asking you to dream big because with your vote, we are just hours away from the change you've been waiting for your entire life. >> the billionaire predicting a victory and claiming a private endorsement from tom brady.

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