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good morning early voting continues his morning record numbers at the polls yesterday. what you need to bring before you head out today. plus, arrested police release the name of the man accused in a shooting at caesar's pe. what they're saying about that suspect.and snl at it again. >> snl back at it again with the hot moments between the two candidates the final debate sketch news 3 live today starts right now. live from las vegas this is
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>> john: good morning to you thanks for joining us. take a live look at the las vegas valley today is sunday, october 23. so not quite up yet yet. will start this morning with a deadly police investigation. police have released the name of a suspect in a shooting near caesar's palace employee parking garage. 27-year-old charles smith has been charged in the murder. shooting happened saturday morning police say with help of witnesses they were able to garage taken into custody. police have not identified the victim. >> officers say a man is behind bars this morning for shooting that happened near jones in vegas drive. 33 old stephen lewis has been charged with murder with a deadly weapon. the shooting happened near jones and vegas drive. police say lewis and the victim were apparently dating the same woman. when lewis found out, it turn deadly. >> i'm not a politics present
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las vegas today. barack obama will be campaigning for hillary clinton and cheyenne high school this afternoon. doors open at 1:45 pm event will kick off at 3:45 pm republican side texas senator ted cruz was in reno yesterday. he is campaigning for senatorial candidate joe heck before heading to elko for early voting event at the middle school. heck was a congressman for nevada's third district is running to replace harry receipt going up against the first rush of early voters turning out in record numbers to cast their ballots today. nathan o'neal tells us what voters need to bring with them before they cast their ballots. >> reporter: a record turnout more than 37,000 voters casting ballots throughout clark county on the first day of early voting. >> things are moving quickly. >> a steady stream of people filing into polling locations
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mall. >> many voters i spoke with said that this presidential race is just to high-stakes to sit out. >> a majority of voters in nevada cast their ballots early that means thousands of people filing into one of dozens of early polling sites. which are open between now and friday november 4. for some folks it's a matter of >> we met glenn treadwell just steps away from his turn to vote. >> we going to vote for today? >> i don't know. i'm on edge. >> others making sure their voices are heard. this man scott is a sharp guy. >> we need someone who understands how to operate a business.someone has a says size in front of the check that the back of the check. >> local mother debbie says clinton is a better option. >> as a woman i think he disrespects us.
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to election day is become even more crucial in battleground in nevada. >> there are dozens of locations open every day with varying schedules. you can find all that information on our website lifelong nevada and young age of 100 has cast a vote early as well. there she is gertrude gottschalk filled out her city. she was born before the 19th amendment commonly known as woman suffrage ratified in 1920. so when she was born, women could not vote. on the first day she could, she voted for hillary clinton active member of the democratic party. >> the two largest local papers have taken opposing sides after endorsing their presidential candidates. the las vegas review journal announced yesterday its
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sun announced earlier this month hillary clinton would do the job. >> as for which newspaper will be celebrating a win for the endorsed candidate that would be decided on election night november 8. as you may have expected saturday night live soaping sketch took aim at the final presidential debate. alec baldwin portrayed donald trump with kate mckinnon as hillary clinton ghettos tom hanks played debate moderator chris wallace. >> mr. trump why your immigrn than secretary clinton's? >> she wants open borders and that's crazy. people are just pouring into this country from mexico and a lot of them are very bad arm race. >> i got bingo. i got bingo. >> bad arm brace rapist i got it. all living and how.
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show on saturday night live. he says he's planning to host the show one more time for the ninth time. for now are going to call jerry brown to come over here. tell us what the morning forecast is going to look like as we start wrapping of the weekend and start looking forward to the week. i don't know are we going to have chilly weather because it's technically getting more towards hollowing? an 64 right now a little nippy out there by some desert dwellers standards. that's our downtown studios southwest wind at five humidity 25 percent don't expect that to come down too much with a lot of clouds moving in and some potential moisture as well. there are the clouds moving across our valley this morning. as we pull out the map it looks a lot like you did this time last year. with some storming us up off the north pacific there. moving into the pacific northwest coast.
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today. but the big story for us was the wind. wins today not going to be all that bad although to our west parts of not counting up to our north and lincoln county they're going to see some wins but for us not a bad day on balance 9:00 a.m. 70 partly cloudy skies a few breaks and then mostly cloudy by early afternoon 83, 82 by 5:00 p.m. with an overcast sky. in the afternoon hours will increase exponentially overnight. into monday. i'm expecting some sprinkles at the very least here in the valley. we'll talk about a prospect and look ahead to the work week which includes yet another chance for showers later on in the week. john back to you. >> john: coming up the airport and play in the future of the test and training center to the northwest of las vegas. what could be some of the
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to you at home. and, morning sports rebel football team back on the field football team back on the field you spend a lot of time opening doors for these little guys. but congressman heck opens them for these guys -- special interests and the billionaire koch brothers. they spent millions supporting heck, and heck supports their agenda -- shipping jobs overseas. worse, heck pays for them by cutting education and raising taxes on us. congressman heck is what's wrong with washington. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising. you've heard plenty about joe heck and the tax breaks he's voted for. for oil companies and the millions the oil billionaire koch brothers have spent to elect him. bad enough. but heck voted time and time again to limit nevada solar.
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catherine cortez masto will expand clean energy solar jobs. catherine cortez masto will fight for nevada families. edf action and lcv victory fund are responsible for the
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is next. >> john: a contest you may never have heard of we had to share with you. annual stone crap eating contest kicked off yesterday in florida. the crap eating challenge open to both men and women competitors they had to eat all of the claw meat or risk being penalized for one miami resident took home first place this year. he ate 25 stone crab claws in 12 minutes and 54 seconds. he beat the old record by than two minutes. restaurant with that the bill would be out right rages. meanwhile sports history has been made in chicago. the cubs defeated the la dodgers in game six of the national league championship series. 5-0 to advance to the world series. it will be the first cubs appearance in the world series since 1945. snaping 70 seven year drought. longs for any of the four major
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the first inning which give the cubs their first score help set up the momentum to get them the w. thanks to chris the cubs all the cubs fans waited more than seven decades for this moment. >> that got out of hand after police had used pepper spray on college students in pennsylvania. thousands of students and fans rallied in state college as a the lines rallied to beat ohio state buckeyes last night. upsetting the number two team penn state police used pepper spray when the crowd turned unruly pulling down one street sign up pending a pole. officers took the twitter tell folks to leave the area. no word though on any arrest. coming up the rebel football team back in the field this morning. or this afternoon hoping for a win over colorado state randy has annexed in sports.
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thousands of nevadans go to work every day producing clean solar energy. but when congressman joe heck goes to work, he puts their jobs at risk. voting against nevada solar. and for billions in oil company tax breaks.
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joe heck is not working for nevada, he's not working for our families, and he's not working for me. the sierra club and lcv victory fund are responsible for the content of this advertising. jim childs: one of the ways criminals avoid background checks is by going online and connecting with strangers to buy guns. as someone in law enforcement, i think that's dangerous. millions of guns are sold through websites like this, most with no background checks, no questions asked. the law requires background checks in gun stores; the mouse, now a bad guy is armed - and potentially dangerous. and that's a threat to all of us.
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. tony franchise of the rebels had a chance to get the fourth one of the above are probably get one step closer to bowl eligibility and its expense to get there. small favorites over colorado state how about this a world record 700 magic band members from clark county school district attempted to break that world record 731 total. that should do the trick.
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cannot look good early nick stevens to danny for the touchdown. 7-0 in favor of the rams evan pentel 41 yard field goal attempt game winner against hawaii last saturday knots ago mrs. wide right. rams take advantage of the miss good field position. stephen's going to find will be johnson downfield for 37 yard gain into rebel territory. that would set up another score just moments later izzi matthews from the two yard line bunchden but the rams rebels couldn't do anything in the first happened quarterback dalton sneed job back to pass overthrows receiver gets picked off by jake schlager. he returns at seven yards led to another score. csu with 35 points in the first half of the 35 nothing lead going to get a win a big rebels fall to three and five on the year. but yesterday national football foundation and college hall of fame honored randall cunningham
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he was first-team all-american punter 1983 played two positions at unlv. quarterback broke 18 school records went on to play 17 years at the nfl for officially inducted into the 59th class college hall of fame in york on tuesday night december 6. >> on beat number one alabama taken unbeaten taxes and who's good enough for off alabama maybe nobody this year. jaelyn herz finds oj for 13 nothing tied lead. coming back to overnight find josh reynolds to cut the lead
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alabama start to increase that lead. the quarterback taken all the way in the touchdown a 33-14 lead that your final alabama marches on unbeaten again this year so far. second half nascar chase conducted tele-data plenty of brexit that track over the years qualifying pole position qualifying yesterday and it would be mark truex junior taking the pole very important day for local kyle busch but currently the top five in points top eight drivers move on after today's race but no room for error will start seven caliber stop 14th he's a defending champ. that risk in bc at 11 o'clock this morning was that the bush brothers can advance of that round of eight. that's it for sports back to you.>> john: singer perform the national anthem before fridamiami heat preseason basketballannealed.
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sang. also opening her jacket revealing a black lives matter t-shirt. she explained her decision saying quote were seeing were on black and brown bodies. unjustly killed and overly criticized. >> meanwhile father took action when he learned his young son hid in a closet because he was afraid of a police officer. elizabeth reports from organ on the trip that change the boys >> reporter: centerpoint resident dale greg's says his son needs to know he has no reason to be afraid of law enforcement.he says they are just people who have chosen the careers like anyone else. >> when darrell discovered his
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police station. he thought his son daniel would simply talk with an officer but instead they got a full-fledged torah. >> lieutenant brian they love the father and son through the station. >> in light of recent national events small gesture by his father goes a long way in their efforts to create trust. >> partner with them and build that trust. >> darrell and his son met officers and saw the evidence area. but daniel favorite part, that to go. >> another was playing in the patrol car. >> by the end of the tour lieutenant day since daniel
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>> jerry brown is here with weather. during that story took place in oregon. are they still soaking wet over here? >> jerry: parts of oregon coast organ i don't know where that story took showers today. the better chance in fact the likelihood would be overnight. into tomorrow let's go over take a look at some current conditions down on the las vegas strip. people are probably just winding up a big saturday night at 67 degrees down at the miracle mile shops. westwind at four humidity barely tolerable at 18 percent expect that figure will rise up
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over on the east side saharan sloan a little cooler 59 degrees wins calm 30 percent higher relative humidity and say elizabeth to the west of buffalo lake mead 62 with a light very light south southwest wind. low 60s predominating we have some warmer temperatures on the west side. 66 the lakes and 68 summerlin and 70 over at centennial for its 54 upon the mountains 64 in mesquite 71 boulder city little bombing down there and 59 over in pahrump. we take a look at some readings out top of the hour officially 67 for a las vegan. 43 in tonopah 60s do in la and 45 up in the salt lake valley. we do have a wind advisory in effect today from noon to 8:00 p.m. at does not affect the las vegas valley. were way down here for effects parts of nye county lincoln county beatty is involved in that over into california as well. naturally i miserable day yesterday over the northeast
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moving into the great lakes. but our story continues to be moisture off the pacific. a lot of wind associated with the storm. most of it's going to stay tour west as opposed to last weekend. that's cold air you can see that counterclockwise circulation and broken clouds. our temperatures are definitely going to dip i think will still be in the comfort range. a lot of clouds around today. lo sunshine. as a forecast radar and you can see it putting then plume of moisture to southern nevada by tomorrow morning. rush hour we do have some showers forecast in the area but again not a widespread area. really concentrated so change in the dynamics it could move a little to the east and we might escape it but right now the odds are that we will get something out of this system. were not talking about a major precipitation event.
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last time this year we should be in the mid-80s gently with upper 80s over in eastern clark county and 80-ish over and nye at pahrump. here in the valley 85 increasing clouds and maybe an afternoon shower. up at red rock 61 again, a breezy day with a chance of an afternoon shower and down on the lake voters keep an eye on the skies this afternoon. overnight tonight we are looking at some showers likely developing especially after midnight. and our seven-day forecast let me get to that here,ng through this again.there you go, you can see the seven-day forecast shows a likelihood of rain tomorrow and then some low 80s through midweek and a chance for rain again on friday. so that's going to keep you kind of interesting. john.>> john: thanks so much. how about a taste of vegas red rock resort martinez here to talk about the new how the wine walk event coming up next weekend. ring busted class to the morning show set. thank you.
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what can you tell us about how the wine walk? >> was celebrating the fall harvest how wine walk is something were doing unique because were doing a wine tasting that is inside the red rock resort which you're going to go from booth to booth and taste some of the winds. such as were going to booth at libre her stone and t-bones. this is involving the have and stop by and have a bite to eat from t-bones to libre in her stone. >> a lot of times when you go to the plot wine tastings to get you little plastic cup you walk around you don't really know what you're getting or what your tasting or wife you this is a different kind of atmosphere for you guys. >> it is. walking around if you have any questions things of that nature please ask me.
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over the winds but yes, there are some great wineries also as you can see joseph phelps cherry tart from running strong. one of my favorites i don't have to showcase right now but freemark cabernet if you have a chance stop by and get a taste because that wine is really spectacular. >> is this like an education for people? >> it's a little bit of both. as were going to have action going to give out like little pamphlet where you can fill out what you think there's any notes, you can ask questions everybody behind the booth is very wine savvy. i gave them talking points and it's going to be really an extraordinary event . >> it's an interesting time to do it. halloween weekend people in the spirit of getting out maybe going to a party. why now? >> were calling it hallow wine walk in my opinion it's like trick-or-treating for adults. as a good way of putting it. that's how i see it. >> something that i think we
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kids have their candy we need some wine. >> i guess a wine glass in a notebook is kind of like the kit. for people want to come how do they get involved what's the cause? >> tickets start at $39 and you can purchase them at the station casino website. basically it's going to be pretty special all you have to do is just show up basically will guide you from thereon. we'll have people red rock resort. october 29 7:55 pm thank you
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it's not uncommon for autistic kids to flap their hands. and so when i saw that, that was completely disququalifying. i'm a republican, but this election is so much bigger than party. my son max can't live in trump world. so i'm crossing party lines and voting for hillary. i don't always agree with her, but she's reasonable. she can work with people to solve problems. i want to be able to tell my kids that i did the right thing when it really mattered.
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>> john: what could become a historica and a rig mistaken identity nicholas concerned citizen how all that little broken car in a very frustrated woman. coming up. >> plus politics and hollywood. or more celebrities coming forward to endorse their favorite present tickets for the morning for what influence
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now. live from las vegas. this is news 3 live today. >> john: good morning thank you for joining us. live look at las vegas valley on a sunday morning. the sun started to come up like still on. people look down there. miley cyrus try to help clear clinton's ground game in virginia yesterday.the singer went door-to-door george mason university asking students to vote for clinton. cyrus was dressed in the theme of the united states flag. some students felt so real obviously to see cyrus doorstep. cyrus said she was inspired to pay for clinton after going home to nashville recently and the singer said she saw one clinton poster among many when she called terrifying. trump posters and that with a wake-up call for her. >> it was really powerful moment in my life when i learned that i can open my mind and use my voice and i can use my power to vote. who's going to use their power to vote no.
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unlv camp is urging students to get out the vote. this happened yesterday afternoon terry stuffing for hillary clinton democratic u.s. senate candidate catherine cortez masto also featured speaker at the rally. >> donald trump a campaign stop in gettysburg pennsylvania yesterday. is outlining his plan for the future and spoke one-on-one with our sister station in central pennsylvania for his vision for america. sarah small has more. >> country was in and i knew i couldn't stand by and watch any longer. >> in america that dreams again. that's what republican presidential candidate donald trump says he wants. so how will you make america great again the first hundred days?>> is going to be jobs. it's going to be a secure military strong military. in a time and probably almost more than at any time we need a
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invite only crowds today in gettysburg pennsylvania. also plans he has for the women accusing him of sexual misconduct. every woman lied when they came forward to hurt my campaign. all of these liars will be sued after the election is over. >> when it comes to policy elvis talk about securing the borders. protecting americans from what he calls tremendous drugs flowing into the country. >> nobody can even believe what's happening good were being poisoned by pouring in from the southern borders. >> he says will go after the affordable care act is first 100 days. >> for the rings were doing were going to refill and replace obamacare. will be fighting isis forever. that means were going to have high taxes forever. we'll have a horrible healthcare forever for. >> is all about stopping what he calls the gridlock in washington. a challenge but a task trump says he can and will handle when he is elected.
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i was part of the whole thing. i understand it. i think that's why i'm better in a better position to really do what i'm doing because i love the country. i would love our country. >> keep it here on news 3 for complete coverage of decision 2016. all the way up to election date you can also follow our coverage on the pentagon wants its money back. from the soldiers it paid to sign up.los angeles times demanding nearly 10,000 national guard soldiers repay huge enlistment bonuses a decade after signing up to serve in iraq and afghanistan for turns out telephone guard officials facing a shortage of troops to the two wars offered bonuses of $50,000 or more to reenlist. now after an audit and investigation the pentagon says many bonuses were given out to soldiers who do not qualify for
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feel betrayed. california guards have to follow the law and collect the money. us defense secretary ash carter met the present of iraq's largest autonomous kurdish region. during his visit to her bill today. carter's is the one to get a closer look at the fight against isis militants in northern iraq like to expand his discussion about the role of turkish troops in the region are expected to meet military northern city of mosul from isis.carter met with the iraqi prime minister today to massive battle to retake morsel continues. >> animals axis in the air force all come together as air force considers the future of a test and training site to the northwest of las vegas. another big aspect consider here as you at home kristi wilcox has more. >> reporter: about a test and training ranging considered the crown jewel when it comes to
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future battles. >> the final act by congress the rangers current use is set to expire in 2021. that has air force preparing alternatives the first step is working with the public. >> we want to comment on that. so we can make our decision better. >> congress makes a final decision alternatives could range from expanding the range conflict scenarios or not making changes at all. >> the draft will include many alternatives wants to give military and 360 degrees training experience there in the future. people like greg anderson says the area as part of their culture he doesn't like
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it expand will put more restrictions on hikers and hunters. anderson says it's about the tribal land and animals for him. >> many help to bridge the gap between getting a military prepared while still giving the public opportunities they seek. commanded david avila. getting them to understand what we do in our perspective on prepare for the next major conflict. >> john: jerry brown here with the weather weekend forecast. weekend weather forecast rather. jerry i use the word chili a lot. you make fun of me for. my wife has air conditioner on. she doesn't know what's going on. make some sentence of this for me. >> jerry: there's a song of the
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some cooler temperatures are not going to use a chilly word. i can't do that bit here's our skies over the last hour and we are headed toward the 6:55 a.m. sunrise. central valley 63 degrees at rex bell elementary with the west southwest wind at one mile an hour. 64 down springs and you can see 60s low 60s predominating across the valley. we actually have a fairly balmy 67 out at summer and 60 up at centennial mountains jeanette 67. 54 on the mountain just went to 61 and muskegon 59 over in pahrump. we trekked clouds around today looking at thickening clouds through the afternoon hours with the particulars of moisture because we do have the
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pacific. last week we had a lot of wind from the system but no precipitation. this time were going to a pretty good shot for some moisture but we also shot for some wind that would be out to our west. also the area 70 at 9:00 a.m. 83 at 1:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 82 early evening with west southwest wind at nine high of about 85 degrees so wins not a big deal today however we do have a wind advisory up to the west beatty urine it points to the north and extends over to california and the sierra for comple ahead to the work week and yet another chance for rain later on in the week. we'll talk about that my forecast john. >> john: perhaps jerry will see more carly simon. thank you jerry. what a fight for the zika continues across the nation including places like cuba up next how the country has been fighting the buzzing enemy. and a light image from downtown
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you spend a lot of time opening doors for these little guys. but congressman heck opens them for these guys -- special interests and the billionaire koch brothers. they spent millions supporting heck, and heck supports their agenda -- special tax breaks even for corporations shipping jobs overseas. and raising taxes on us. congressman heck is what's wrong with washington. dscc is responsible
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>> john: today's health watch despite the islands limited resources cuba has declared war on zika with fumigation squats going house to house to prevent the disease from spreading. so far the efforts seem to be paying off. patrick looks at how the country has been fighting the buzzing enemy. >> reporter: in cuba where there's smoke there's usually the massive effort to control
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climate is an ideal breeding ground for the mosquito that spread zika disease linked with birth defects in all summer long cuba has been on the counterattack. >> house by house human government health workers subject areas where mosquitoes can read. no particular is too small even the shell of a pet turtle is likely to prevent mosquitoes from laying eggs there. >> iyo inspector says you have to eliminate them. after placing chemicals and standing water to destroy skinned alive i health workers building apartment with the toxic smoke to kill any of the insects that could be flying in the air. as soon as he could begin.
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>> 33 cases that cuba has reported to record the savannah neighborhood local doctors told cnn they were able to stop the spread of the disease by immediately isolating the patients. >> it's very difficult if you don't isolate the first 72 hours the case of sickness just off the presence of the disease she says. if there mosquitoes and peoples who are sick it will spreading. while zika has been virtually unchecked and much of latin america and the caribbean cuba says it has the disease under control. >> on thursday cuba began a two day conference to coordinate is a fight with 31 countries. >> as the disease affects the region he says it's important to have a regional strategy will reunify the efforts and strikes of each country.
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success and continued zika there was still no vaccine against the disease. which means battle against zika will likely go on here for some time to come. >> john: live images downtown las vegas the jim childs: one of the ways criminals avoid background checks is by going online and connecting with strangers to buy guns. as someone in law enforcement, i think that's dangerous. millions of guns are sold through websites like this, checks in gun stores; why don't we require them online? a few clicks of the mouse, now a bad guy is armed - and potentially dangerous. and that's a threat to all of us. narrator vo: yes on question 1 jacky rosen: i'm jacky rosen and i approved this message. man: the tea party republicanans in congress want to cut social security. woman: and danny tarkanian wants to join them.
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woman: ...just like them. woman: risking social security benefits on wall street. man: danny tarkanian would raise the retirement age... woman: just like the tea party republicans in congress. man: they would take away what we've paid for out of every paycheck. man:that's "tea party radical" for ya'. it's hard to make the past dissappear, but danny tarkanian is trying. he'd rather you forget about all of his failed runs for congress, senate, and secretary of state. ...and the shady record that killed his chances every time. the property taxes tarkanian skipped out on for years... the telemarketing scammers he represented... all those fake charities he helped set up.
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on coming up. >> john: welcome back. jerry brown here was your weekend forecast. >> we've been looking at this
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either too cold or it's too hot. i found a magic number yet. >> jerry: moderation. somewhere in the middle. we'll work on it. because remember at 68 and john thinks it's chilly. it's going take on going to bring this time lapse back from the last time we did it here because it is so spectacular. really beautiful and you can see as we put in motion our sunrise officially at look at that flush of color. salvador delicate paint that. sheila tarr elementary alexander for patty 65 degrees light winds 90 percent brake caliper humidity goes in and out of the cloud cover aloft also 65 down in henderson and del webb and anthem southeast wind at 2:00 p.m. a little more humid over on the east side 60 degrees cooler to bracken elementary washington and
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also down town hundred and 60 a little warmer actually in the west northwest valley summerlin centennial mid-sixties southern highlands and mountains edge and across southern nevada mesquite how about 69 59 also in pahrump and 71 in boulder city same reading down the river in laughlin. let's take a look at our radar satellite composite let's get east out of the way. miserable day yesterday that canadian maritimes. we do have some more to moving over the 49th parallel. to the great lakes going to be bad day to be on a boat on lake superior. out in the ocean you can see that storming is counterclockwise circulation broken cause that's cool air sending moisture up into predominantly washington state and some along the oregon coast. we also with destabilizing atmospheric conditions could get some moisture out of this
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of the moisture coming in overnight and into tomorrow morning. as you can see but there's a tendency to move it to the east so that could change but still a reasonable chance that were going to get some moisture especially in overnight hours. highs today 90 yesterday will be in the mid-80s for the most part today we could see a few upper 80s over and eastern clark county little cool over in nine. 85 for high here with increasing clouds afternoon showers a possibility probably at this point no today again the chance for an afternoon shower southwest winds 15 to 20 down on the lake pushing 90 with a chance of an afternoon shower southwest breeze at five to 10 miles an hour and then i think were going to see some precipitation overnight not everybody but some showers are likely hit and miss here in the valley. seven day forecast here we go increasing odds for some rain. into monday and little cooler 79 and then about 80 to 85
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some more rain on friday as you yet another system moves in heading toward next weekend. john. >> john: the l cortez hotel casino celebrating its 75th anniversary november 1 manager here to tell us how to be part of that big celebration. 75 years. remarkable. >> it is. las vegan a town that's reinvented itself so many times. we see demolitions new ones come up and they're all completely different scenes going into different directions. >> we have definitely remained to dry integrity and her history into our past for as you look at the the building fagade is two 1941. you will not find that too many places. >> why is it important to you? >> a lot of people have a real
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places. it's really unique and special they can walk in the doors of the l cortez and find a sense of history and what las vegan used to be. it's really special. >> you have been in an area of town that one was not built up and then it really kind of went downhill and now it's reinventing itself in kind of like to be part of that downtown resurgence? >> we are truly lucky. were the absolute best neighborhood of las vegas were poised at this intersection of history and future the older and happens in las vegas in the future residents. i think for us is the best intersection in the best place to be. to continue to evolve with the neighborhood. >> how do you celebrate 75 years. we have planned for anniversary? >> it's been a year of celebrations. we been honoring our customers who have been visiting us for years decades and generations. we've been honoring our customers and our employees
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celebration on november 1. we'll have the mayor there. cake and champagne for everybody to come celebrate the l cortez because of our community that we have survived this long. we want to recognize everybody who is helped us get this far. >> it's an old vegas classic reinventing. thank you so much for coming
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jacky rosen: i'm jacky rosen and i approved this message. man: the tea party republicans in congress want to cut social security. woman: and danny tarkanian wants f a "tea party radical." man: he wants to privatize social security... woman: ...just like them. woman: risking social security benefits on wall street. man: danny tarkanian would raise the retirement age... woman: just like the tea party republicans in congress. man: they would take away what we've paid for out of every paycheck.
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>> john: bizarre case of mistaken identity afternoon working one woman says police thought per week was a kid left her carpet also when jasmine turner got a call from policeman and unresponsive child in her car. turns so she told police she doesn't have kids and she insisted she left her w backseat. but attention back to her car the police in her window were gone. but by the time i get from the walmart to back to my job, the police are there. but the window is busted out of my car there was glass everywhere. >> the police department as a notified turnabout the cities risk management division to get her car repairs. a rental of the window is being fixed.
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who had a mannequin head in his car and somebody called they thought anybody in the back of his car. he did not get arrested. >> those manikins are used to get into the hov lane. >> what was he doing with that? >> let's take a look at our forecast today. 85 degrees and increasing clouds 90 yesterday temperature wise heading in the right direction could get a shower to this afternoon. cloudy and mid-sixties. and then upper 70s good chance for showers on monday. >> not bad looking forecast for
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