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if you've been procrastinating about voting early, the cloc >> tomorrow is the last day to do that. then you have will to wait until tuesday. it will be a busy day tomorrow. our faith jessie is live at one of the many early voting locations where hundreds of thousands have already cast their ballots in decision 2016. >> reporter: yes, clark county data shows that most people wanting to vote early wait until
this is an indicator there might be long lines. helen dobbs made her way to the polls early. >> there's no way i'm standing in line on election day. no. i like to get it done and get it over with. >> reporter: a thought she shares with hundreds of others early voters this election season. >> you never know what tomorrow holds. >> reporter: clark county voting statistics show over nevada everyones have already cast their ballots. that same data shows the last day of early voting typically has the biggest turnout. turnout. this week the stats show it's a tightening race, with democrat
not everyone who wants to has made it out to early voting. some 35,000 clark county voters send theirs by mail. >> busy working. >> reporter: dobbs made it to the poll although she was busy but of the 1.1 million eligible voters in clark county, not even half of those have yet to cast their vote. meaning tuesday's polls could get very busy. these clark county residents say you should still get out and vote. >> doesn't do you any good to complain about the way things are if you don't vote. >> i'm here. >> reporter: you can visit news3lv.com to find early voting sites near you and the times. some is the last day. if you miss out, you will have to wait until tuesday to cast your vote. back to jim in the studio. >> all right. thank you for that.
we know a lot of you have been out to vote. we want you to prove it. we want to see your "i voted" selfies. if you have your sticker, you can share it with us. tweet, facebook or instagram your picture using the hashtag ivoteedlv. we'll give you a shoutout on the air. >> and we hope you tune into us election night. results. and ex -- and our expert analysis will be out. continuing coverage starts at 4:00 p.m. a big scare for sheriff's deputies in florida today. a plane was coming right at them during a training exercise. take a look. >> clear the building! >> get out! >> everybody clear, clear, clear!
someone yells at them to clear out. they heard the engine sputter and saw it coming at them. the plane came down hard. went into the grass. ended up on its nose. nobody was hurt in the plane or on the ground. well, the man accused of ambushing two iowa police officers has been charged with murder. police say a search dog found the gun believed to be used by the suspect. according to police, scott greene's car was also found in the wooded pairia where the dogs had that hit. officers called this a huge blow to the city and what greene did, they say, was cowardly. >> the person responsible for doing this is clearly -- no respect for the law. respect for the order, we provide and the protection we provide and to the people that have said the comments about
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ask yourself: if joe heck was on your side, why did he threaten to shut down the government side with the wall street banks when he called nevada's foreclosure crisis a "blip"? and
why did joe heck put payday lenders and their shameful interest rates first when he took their money? nevada, it's time to put people before the corporate special interests. it's time to vote no on joe heck. senate majority pac is responsible
if you are headed out to lovell can -- lovell canyon soon, don't plan to fire your guns on the land west of mountain spring. new at 6:00, denise rosch shows you exactly why. >> got a lot of hills in. >> reporter: kent brannen thought he was doing everything right. a paper target to pack his his shooting but starting this week an emergency shooting closure has been issued here by the u.s. forest service and law enforcement is watching. brannen just barely escaping a ticket. >> the sign as you come in, it says no shooting but it also
figured it would be okay. he said they did another fire inspection and they haven't posted it. he let me off. >> reporter: target shooters blasting away at anything they can find, even signs have become fair game. now piles of trash and broken glass must be removed. the shooting closure affecting 32,000 acres. >> people are shooting across roads and trails and your residential areas. >> reporter: this man is the public affairs specialist for the >> we have over a hundred trees that have been damaged beyond repair. many are over 100 years old. >> reporter: the shooting closure is in the same area where wildfire burned 4500 acres in june. today, the land is still tinder dry and horn says inappropriate shooting has been known to ignite the vegetation. >> oftentimes, targets will
can start fires. >> reporter: they will work with the county and public to come up with changes for lovele canyon, workable solutions that allow for responsible shooting while protecting the national resources. and november 12th, a community cleanup day is planned. removing the trash and restoring the beauty to the canyon. the forest service is asking everyone to treat the land with a bit >> i think we can agree with that. >> yes. let's take a look at now at some of the stories at 7:00. >> baseball fans glued to their tv sets last night. why one man drove cross-country just to spend the night in a cemetery. and the guy behind the wheel of this red truck was going more than 100 miles an hour. why the troopers that you see in the video let him off with just a warning.
news if it happens tonight. news 3 is your weather authority. nothing to complain about in the weather, kevin janison. no. we've been on a roll. >> and i think it will keep on rolling. check out our time lapse. the sun went down not too long ago. the skies are still clear. temperatures are still mild. down at george harris, that one near flamingo and sand hill, they are wind has backed off to 2 miles an hour. up to buffalo and lake mead, down to 69. dipped in the 60s there. and green valley parkway, 74. they are at 25% relative humidity. so if your evening plans take you out and about, it's nice. yeah. around the edges, maybe the upper 60s as you go up in elevation. but still mid-70s in the heart of town and even on the east side. outside of the valley, pahrump checking in at 71.
laughlin still in the 80s. tomorrow as you map out your friday, we'll get started, 8:00 a.m. if you are heading out the door. we're heading back to 80 in several neighborhoods for a high. and we'll have a light breeze if it's blowing at all. so today, a few gusts over 20 miles per hour. today, the top -- tomorrow, i should say, the top end will be about 10. so we've been watching the showers in arizona and watch them try to work their way towards southern nevadnd we could always use the rain. not going to happen this time. we have an area of higher pressure around the clouds are dissipating as they move in. there are high, thin clouds off the california coast. i'm not sure these will make it to clark county. the bulk of the activity is going up into western canada. that's allowing the mild air to pile into southern nevada. and mild it is. near 70 in san francisco at the moment. 52 in salt lake. highs tomorrow, phoenix up to 80. mid- to upper 70s in southern california.
in indian springs. lincoln county, upper 30s to low 40s. that's a heat wave for a november evening for those folks. high temperatures tomorrow, boulder city, coming in at 79. 83 at the lake. the mountain at 58. death valley jumping back to the 90s for. las vegas valley, 62 will be the morning temperature. under a clear sky. plenty of sunshine. cloud-free. 81 the expected high. getting close to these records. saturday's record is 84. we're looking at 82 for our high. we'll be setting the clocks back an hour, which means you have a 49-hour weekend. if you are going to have a 49-hour weekend, tossing in an extra hour of enjoyment, why not have a high around 80 and a low around 60? >> why not? >> we aim to please. we'll just roll with it. >> thank you. big sports weekend in
the pga event. randy has that. >> one of the best pro golfers in the world right here in las vegas. the shriners hospital for children. it's underway. smiley kaufman. it's hard to believe it's the 20th anniversary of tiger woods landing his first win as a pro here in summerlin. he beat davis love iii and he's playing here. here he is keeps it 2 under par. finishes his round 3 under par. next up, kaufman, par 3, 5th hole. it will stick in at 199 yards, inside 5 feet. has an easy birdie. even for the day. local golfer kevin, the bunker on 8. this lands on the green and goes into the cup for a birdie.
not so good for ryan moore. check out his approach shot here. drops his club in disgust. watch where the ball lands. in the green. i would have loved that shot but he hated it. he would catch fire later in the round. the leader, 47-year-old rob. check it out. 16th hole, 232 yards, downhill, a double eagle. he taps in for eagle. needed a instead, he settles for tying the course record 60 at 11 under and he knew it. >> the one i hit close on 16, that got my attention. it was a good round and it was nice to finish it off. 18, i thought it was straight and it had that left to right. you know you have to go low and it's great that -- you know you have to shoot low so you -- you don't get scared.
you have to keep going. it's only day one. we still have three more. >> so the round was suspended due to darkness. other notables will be following over the weekend, campbell, ryan moore, he's 3 under. nick watney. no thursday night footb tonight. there is a playoff game tomorrow night. the big game tomorrow night, battle of the last two unbeaten teams in the state. playing for their league championship. bishop travels to sierra vista. sierra vista, 8-0. you have to give the advantage to the gales since they are number one in the nation. some of the games will be at
el dorado, silverado. valley at liberty. plenty of football playoff action tomorrow night. and history made last night. local star kris bryant was part of it. the cubs are the champions since 1908. the moment is captured on the cover of "sports illustrated."
rizzo raises his hand. and he made the illustrated." >> the cubs have their parade
dunlap: over two thousand police officers from all across nevada support question 1. i'm one of them. i support question 1 because it will help save lives. haley: question 1 protects gun rights and does something urgently needed: it closes the background check loophole and keeps guns out of dangerous hands. states that have closed the loophole have seen ives. that's a fact. protect our families and police.
4:30 a.m. we want to let you know we have an update on the major power outage at the paris hotel & casino. >> we're about 3,000 hotel rooms down headed into the weekend. the casino will stay shut down at least through tonight. this power outage started at 9:45 this morning. we're nine hours in. these are videos and photos from inside. defendants try to navigate their way through the pitch dark hallway. they say the backup generators also failed. a lot of questions to answer once they get the lights back on. at this point, still pitch dark. >> for safety reasons that resort will remain closed for the evening. guests are being accommodated at ballies -- bally's and other properties.
i'm catherine cortez masto and i approve this message. as a doctor, i see how decisions in washington impact my patients here in nevada. so even though i'm a republican, i won't be voting for joe heck. joe heck's voted
ten times to defund planned parenthood, which thousands of women depend on for cancer screenings. and heck opposes a woman's right to choose even when her health is at risk.
joe heck makes no sense. dan:
if a bad guy breaks into my house, i have every right to defend my home. and i will. i have no problem with background checks and good decent americans have a right to bear arms. bad guys? criminals? the dangerously mentally ill? we've made it way too easy for them to buy guns. we have a loophole where dangerous people can walk into a gun show and buy a gun, no questions asked. after that, they could walk
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, then sticking taxpayers with the bill -- imagine the shenanigans tarkanian would pull in washington. it's why we can't afford tarkanian in congress, ever. breaking news tonight at 7:00. the paris hotel & casino on the strip shut down for the night after a construction worker accidentally cut the power line. how the hotel is working to get guests a place to stay. a mormon teacher accused of sexually targeting a child.
emotional response. [laughter] and the man behind the wheel of this truck was driving more than 100 miles an hour. why troopers let him off with a warning. well, the lights of the las vegas strip are twinkling bu a massive power outage forces visitors and workers out of that resort and they will be out for the rest of the night. i'm reed cowan. >> i'm latoya silmon. it's our top story tonight and news 3's antonio castelan has been on the scene all day hearing from investigators about the chaos. >> reporter: the paris hotel & casino has been shut down. no one has any idea when power will be back. it's been a very frustrating day for hotel guests. >> all of the lights are off.