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marijuana users, members of law enforcement will now be able to spend their time preventing and investigating serious crimes that actually harm people." - joe brezny, coalition to regulate marijuana like alcohol spokesperson "protecting nevada' children would like to thank all of it's supporters for a hard fought campaign. even though the voters have spoken and recreational marijuana will now become legal in our state, we hope the 2017 nevada legislature will pass regulations that will protect our children." - jimmy stracner, coalitions director, no on 2 people 21 and older can now possess and use marijuana... with a 15-percent tax on marijuana sales. that tax money will go toward education.
on nevada's ballot. questions three will eliminate the energy monopoly in our state. questions four eliminates taxes on some medical equipment... and questions five continues the gas tax.. to help pay for road construction. america has spoken, donald trump is the president elect, following months of campaigning in both the primaries and the general election. donald trump will be the 45th president of the united states. cnn's emily schmidt is live in new york with the very latest. good morning emily... ((ad-lib))
love this country! it is the first expected. donald trump, the first person since dwight eisenhower who never held office before the campaign, now the united states president-elect. donald trump / -r- president elect: now it is time for america to bind the wounds of division. trump thanked his competitor, democrat hillary clinton, who called trump to concede the race but did not address supporters who had gathered in a glass-ceilinged convention center for what they had hoped would be her victory party. her
instead. john podesta, clinton campaign chairman: we are so proud of her. she's done an amazing job. clinton entered election day leading in national polls, with what political pundits said was a clearer path to the 270 electoral votes needed to win the race. through the night, that path narrowed until it closed completely. key states like florida, ohio, and north carolina, went to trump. so did safe states like wisconsin, the clinton campaign locked up. clinton had a night of not-enoughs, winning, according to exit polls, 88- percent of the african-american vote, but not as much as president obama captured four years ago. she also won less of the latino, white, and young people vote than obama had.>>
80s, the record high today is 82 degrees so there is a chance we could tie or break that record. we'll keep temperatures in the mid to upper 70s through the remainder of the week wit high clouds passing through at times; especially on saturday. no rain is in the forecast for the next 7 days. ((anchor chat))
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a republican watch-party in san francisco. take a look at this video they took to the streets outside twitter's headquarters.. that's where san francisco members of the republican party and g-o-p supporters gathered to watch the returns. san francisco police were building. here's a video of people upset about the results ... gathering outside the white house overnight. two people were killed-- including a gunman and two more injured... after a shooting near a california polling place. the shooting happened tuesday afternoon near a polling place in azusa. when police arrived-- they came under fire. it forced two polling stations and a couple of schools to be placed on lockdown. police say the gunman was killed. in more local news... a woman was
vegas-- and police are still looking for the suspect this morning. police were called to this home near centennial parkway and lamb boulevard around 6 last night. when they arrived they found the woman dead. police say say two other adults were in the home and they were all related... but they're unclear about how they're related. "the daughter was standing right in front of us and she just fell to her knees and started screaming and crying." police believe the shooing is domestic-related. neighbors say they didn't know the people that lived in that house well. and that they didn't notice anything suspicious from the house in the past. a monitor at del sol high school is in jail, accused of having inappropraite contact with a student. 35-year-old "ati poni" was arrested monday at the high school. he is facing charges of sexual assault and kidnapping of a minor. police are asking anyone with information on the case to come forward.
by calling crime stoppers at 702- 385-55-55. police were called to a valley home to check on a small child, when they arrived they found at least 20 squatters living inside the home. metro says ten people were detained, and several others were arrested at the home near spring mountain and jones. child protective services is involved in this case nevada saw a last-minute effort to get latinos to the polls. how a little bit of music helped some latino voters make their voices heard, first time. hillary clinton's camp gets in on the mannequin challenge. and she got a big-name celebrity to help her freeze time.
structures across the country are showing off their patriotism in honor of the election. the empire state building is decked out in an election-themed light show right now, featuring our nation's 45th president donald trump. immigrants groups are enticing voters in nevada... by breaking out some sweet songs... (mariachi music) the group immigrant voters win pac walk young latino neighbors to the
like 20-year-old jacqueline lima... place their vote. and... if that's not enough... lima was serenaded as she makes her way to her local polling place... "it makes me proud to be a woman, knowing that there might actually be a woman as the first president. i think it's a little underrated." lima says she was proud to have cast her first vote in a presidential election. a naked cowboy is support for our new president elect. this famous new york street performer stripped down to his briefs, cowboy boots and hat tuesday to endorse trump outside the trump tower. when asked, the singing cowboy said trump has a lot of good ideas. he also sang song, agreeing with trump's views to defend america against isis, the second amendment, women's rights and obamacare. the clinton campaign is
craze, the mannequin challenge. clinton and her team tried to freeze time after their final campaign stop in raleigh, north carolina. some of the clinton staffers were eating pizza, others were giving each other a high five. you quickly see former president bill clinton before the camera pans over to huma abedine, hillary and bon jovi. the move was an attempt to urge voters to get to the polls. the same goat that predicted brexit has also weighed in on the election. the goat was put in front of two signs... and started chewing the clinton sign. but the psychic goat then dropped that sign... and began chewing the trump sign. good morning i'm cassandra jones with fox5. after making it into the record books on tuesday it looks like once again record heat could be headed our way today. skies will stay sunny
holding in the low 80s, the record high today is 82 degrees so there is a chance we could tie or break that record. we'll keep temperatures in the mid to upper 70s through the remainder of the week with a few high clouds passing through at times; especially on saturday. no rain is in the forecast for
followers -- usernames -- and url. but -- the timeline will have no posts. meaning the new president will be able to start from scratch. if you're feeling nostalgic and want to read old tweets and other social media musings from president obama -- you'll be able to. the president's archived tweets will be on the new twitter handle at potus 44. other archived social media posts will also have new 44 usernames. and -- just like past presidents -- the national archives and records administration will posts. for consumer watch - i'm mary moloney.>> britain's prince harry is unhappy with the media for the way they've been treating his new girlfriend. cnn's jeanne moos reports.
nutmeg?! (laughter) meghan is one of the stars of the legal drama "suits." i am the love interest. (nats) but now that she's harry's love interest, the prince has gone ballistic on the press. a statement from kensington palace says the past week has seen "a line crossed." his girlfriend has been subject to a wave of abuse and harassment." (nats) come on. the palace statement cites "the smear on t page of a national newspaper; the racial undertones of comment pieces." meghan's mom is african american, her dad is white. meghan herself is a un advocate for gender equality, advocating even when it comes to her own character, rachel, on "suits." (meghan markle, actress) this season every script seems to begin rachel enters wearing a towel. nope. not doing it anymore. not doing it. the prince's statement cites
illegal entry to her home." "prince harry is worried about ms. markle's safety." after all his mother, princess diana, seen here holding harry, died in a car crash while being chased by paparazzi. up until the palace statement saying "this is not a game - it is her life and his" the press was still playing the game of decoding their romance. (nats) check this out, they're both wearing the same beaded bracelet. her instagram account was analyzed for clues... right down to the image she posted of two bananas cuddling. but that couldn't be harry... there he is. no beard. jeanne moos cnn ny>> everyone needs a little help sometimes. one fourth grader who's prone to getting sick won't miss class anymore thanks to his robot friend. we'll tell you how the technology works. this friday is
a child's rare condition prevents him from being in class with his peers. but no worries, he just sends in his robot! "so grady do you want to wheel forward for our morning meeting?" grady loper misses a lot of school because he is battling a rare condition that severely weakens his immune system. but now he's able to attend class
cutting-edge technology. grady remotely pilots this robot on wheels from his laptop at home. "he can navigate all around the classroom." "i think number one: keeping him healthier and number 2: he's not missing out on the instruction." the device is equipped with a camera and microphone that allows grady to interact with his teachers and classmates... without risking infection. pretty cool! we'll be right back, with reaction on but before we head to break, c-n-n is reporting that president obama just spoke with donald trump to congratulate him on his win and invited him to the white house tomorrow. stick with us for your complete
butt to i pledge to every citizen that i will be president for all americans. and this is so important to me. there it is... defying the odds... the polls... the pundits and at times his own party... donald j trump will be the 45th president of the united states... good morning... i'm dave hall. and i'm maria silva. you're looking at the electora behind us... there's a lot more red than most experts were predicting... states like florida... north carolina and wisconsin were battleground states... all 3 went to trump. we have live team coverage of what turned out to be a wild night of american politics... alyssa deitch will break down nevada's most controversial ballot questions