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someone thought he had a gun telling his story. trump rushed off the stage. what that man is saying about the incident. >> michelle: thanksgiving treats! a look into what marie callenders has planned for thanksgiving that will wow your guests at home. we're talking turkeys and pumpkin pie >> announcer: news 3 starts right now. >> michelle: good afternoon everybody. thank you for joining us. whenever we have a thursday we we should call this election day eve. because we are there everybody. it's hard to believe. hillary clinton hoping to make history, becoming the united states first female president. donald trump wants the nation's highest office as well. and has spent the last 18 months shocking the political world to say the least. so who is it going to be? >> krystal: you just learn to expect the unexpected in this race to say the least. scott mcclean in new york with a look at the last push to take
director james comey dropped an october surprise on the race for president announcing the bureau would look into more emails potentially related to hillary clinton's use of a private email server. but over the weekend he said never mind. the question now is will it have an impact on the election and can it ultimately halt donald trump's late surge in the polls? the final day of a long general election campaign finds donald trump and hillary clinton still stumping for every last vote. a cnn poll of polls which averages the last five most recent national phone surveys gives clinton a narrow lead. 45 percent to trump's 42 percent. both candidates are campaigning furiously monday. clinton in pennsylvania, michigan and north carolina. and trump in florida, north carolina, pennsylvania, new hampshire, and michigan. the candidates poll pulling no punches. >> hillary clinton will be under
time. for her many crimes against our nation, our people, our democracy. >> this election is a moment of reckoning. it is a choice between division or unity. between strong, steady leadership or a loose canon. >> reporter: but many americans have already made their choices official. cnn has partnered with a data company called catalyst that works with progressive candidates to receive detailed million people have cast their ballots including more than 17 million in battleground states. tomorrow night the center of the political universe will be here in new york city. donald trump will be holding his election night event just a couple of blocks from here in a hotel ballroom while hillary clinton will hold hers about a mile from trump's event in a convention center with a very symbolic feel ceiling made of
mclean. >> michelle: the man at the center of the disturbance of trump's rally describing what happened that had secret service pulling donald trump off the stage. this happened in reno. here that is moment. here what's we know. somebody in the crowd yelled "gun." it turns out there was no weapon. only a man holding a sign that said "republicans against trump." austin crites was that man. he says the situation got very scary very fast as people began hitting and kicking him. he fd killed him if law enforcement hadn't stepped in. police briefly detained him in the restroom before releasing him. the rally resumed a short time later. >> krystal: senator bernie sanders blazing a trail through the silver state stumping for hillary clinton in north las vegas. sanders speaking roughly 40 minutes to a crowd of hundreds at the college of southern nevada cheyenne campus. he is a pretty powerful surrogate that the clinton camping using to try to reach
for democrats down the ballot in nevada including senatorial candidate catherine cortez-masto with election day, i mean, just a matter of hours away. sanders making the case for sunday for clinton in nevada. >> we need a president who is going to bring us together not divide us up. if we stand together there is nothing we cannot accomplish. >> both of she is better than donald trump. >> krystal: we live streamed bernie's speech online this weekend if you would like to check it out head over to news3lv.com. >> michelle: we hope you are going to join us for a your shois your future special roundtable discussion in battle states on what to expect for election day. the town hall will be hosted by wjla tv in washington dc.
discussion. it starts at 4:00 p.m. >> krystal: we hope you tune in to news 3 and our special election day coverage. that's going to start at 4:00 on channel 33, cox cable six for the cw and here on news 3. jeff gillan and john treanor on the democratic side. gerard ramalho and denise rosch covering the republicans. again that coverage starts at 4:00 p.m. >> michelle: police asking for your help in what they're called a drug-related murder that happened in the valley just before 2:00 on saturday afternoon. pines and twain. metro says two men walked into a home, struggled with the victim and shot him in the head. they got away before officers arrived. at this point officers are interviewing the victim's roommate and girlfriend. they're also waiting for a warrant to search the home. police are looking for two suspects in connection to the purchased. anybody with information is urged to call crime stoppers. >> krystal: this presidential election has been comedy gold.
and jeanne moos takes a look at some of the funnier moments from the campaign trail. we need a reason to laugh. >> michelle: and leave the cooking to marie callenders. a look into its thanksgiving feast that will make your holiday party planning stress free. they're here with their delicious pies. >> kelly: i love pumpkin pie but it's weird to talk about it when it's so warm outside. it doesn't feel like the holiday season at all. we're going to talk about how long the warm temperatures will last coming up. . >> krystal: we're taking a live look at donald trump. he is rallying voters in north carolina. a big-time battleground state. a lot of people saying depending on which candidate takes north carolina, it could mean the difference between taking the white house. so let's listen in for a little bit. so let's listen in for a little bit. >> mike, where ask yourself: if joe heck was on your side, why did he threaten to shut down the government on his crusade to defund planned parenthood?
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 for the content of this advertising. putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. when i come home and dinner's not ready i go through the roof. when you're a star, they let you do it. you can do anything. more accusers coming forward to say they were sexually assaulted by donald trump. i'll go backstage before a show... yes.. and everyone's getting dressed. donald trump walked into the dressing room while contestants, some as young as 15 were changing. standing there with no clothes. you see these incredible looking women.
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. 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 into my house, or yours. and i'd rather they didn't have a gun. vo: yes on question 1. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay?
you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember." he's going like "i don't remember!? >> krystal: why wait for thanksgiving when you can have a feast right now! [ laughter ] >>ch ahead. maybe you're like myself and it's just going to be and the husband. you are not really going to do anything, you know, have a lot of people. so you want to order out. >> krystal: that's michele and not do the whole thing. we have marie cal erpds here today. sasha johnson from marie callenders. you are here with some examples. these are the fixin's that go along with the turkey. the pie the most important part. we were talking about the prices. you can get a whole meal for less than 100 bucks.
turkey breast. it comes in this gorgeous box prepared. >> krystal: do you find a lot of people say okay i'm going get the turkey i'll take care of the rest or you guys take care of the rest and i'll do the turkey. >> yes. and we have options for all that. you can just do a ham, a turkey. you can just buy individual sides or do our ultimate side trio that comes with the mash potatoes, the gravy and stuffing. >> krystal: i'm curious what's your most popular, like, thanksgiving item that people in mass? >> we sell a lot of gravy. >> krystal: gravy is good. >> a lot of gravy no matter what. a lot of cornbread. >> krystal: that's a good one. and, of course, the pumpkin pies. >> always the pumpkin pie. >> krystal: were you saying just to let people know marie rereyou don't mess around -- marie calendars you don't mess around. how many do you sell. >> 30 any time of the year.
pumpkin pecan mousse. >> krystal: what in the world? >> it's dangerous. [ laughter ] >> michelle: so if somebody who is watching right now is interested in looking in to what you have to offer as far as ordering ahead for thanksgiving, what do they need to do. >> you can order as simple as going online. go to marie cal ernds.com and click on turkey. >> michelle: do you pick it up. how does that work. >> whicheveto >> michelle: i might have to do that. >> krystal: plain and simple. sasha, thank you for so much. we appreciate you so much. so you have multiple locations you can check out marie callenders, a lot of good eating for sure. >> michelle: a lot of people know you for the pie but you do the whole thanksgiving meal. >> the whole thing. >> michelle: you know what? sometimes you just don't need to work so hard. just enjoy. watch the parade and football and let somebody else do all the cooking. >> krystal: like sasha.
thank you for coming. >> michelle: it's been a long, sometimes angry, divisive campaign. but there were also plenty of funny moments. after all this we could use a few laughs. jeanne moos has highlights. >> reporter: from the moment donald trump took an escalator to announce his candidacy, campaign 2016 has escalated into laughs. from awkward air kissing to sniffing. to coughing. >> reporter: the donald's not allergic to kids. he signed one but threatened to reassign a crying baby. >> don't worry i love babies. >> reporter: a minute later. >> actually i was only kidding. you can get the baby out of here. >> reporter: then there was mini-trump. >> do you want to go back to them or stay with donald trump? >> trump. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: crowd pleasing answer to realize mini-trump
>> nate. >> reporter: then there was the child like delight in balloons. hill and bill batted and kicked them. >> it seemed like he had seen balloons for the first time in his life. [ laughter ] >> look how delighted he is. >> reporter: the donald seemed delighted with his own pronunciation. >> that-vad-da. it has to be na-vad-a. >> reporter: wrong. this is right. at one rally trump attacked his teleprompter. he pubically hue mill tateed his microphone. >> stupid mic keeps popping. >> reporter: remember when hillary barked into her mic? >> ruff! ruff! >> reporter: then this happened at a trump rally. >> what was that? is that a dog? [ laughter ] >> it's hillary! >> reporter: when it comes to the insect vote, the donald attracts mosquitos.
me. >> reporter: and hillary appeals to flies. >> anyway he chooses. >> reporter: if only time would fly so we can get relief from the constant buzzing of the candidates. >> i don't like mosquitos! >> reporter: jeanne moos, cnn, new york. >> michelle: i haven't seen all those moments yet. you got to laugh people. >> krystal: you got to have some levity. follow us on facebook. search for krystal allan news 3 las vegas, we're on instagram. tomorrow is election day. you know the hashtag that we told you about last week -- what was it? i voted news 3. if you go out and vote tomorrow make sure you take a picture of your sticker. we'd love to see it. i'm sure we will have a tag board going. so let's go to japan where the japan exploration agency
by the space cargo ship. one is four inches wide and 12 inches long. they'll be used for experiments to create a space elevator to make it easier to transport things from earth to space. it is a first time that they will launch a cargo ship carrying seven satellites. >> michelle: staying with japan. look at this. [ laughter ] wow. >> krystal: we don't know what that's like. >> michelle: no we don't. that's why we live here. we don't want to know. but you can if you want to go up to the mountains. island. it's been hit with regard snowfall for early november over the weekend. nine inches of snow accumulated in the capital there as of yesterday morning. snowfall is the most ever reported in early november. it's interesting kelly because i'm still waiting for fall to arrive here. >> michelle: and they're shoveling snow. >> michelle: i'm hot. >> kelly: we're wearing shorts and flip-flops.
place and that's keeping temperatures above normal. temperatures are heading downward or at least trending downward as we head toward next weekend. first i want to take a look at this time-lapse. this is the virgin valley high school camera in mesquite. a lot of blue sky. a few high, thin clouds. we may see a few more moving in later today. grab the sunglasses, the hat as you are heading out. its sunny and it is warm. look at these numbers! pahrump it's 80 degrees already. sandy valley at 76 degrees. it's still just the noon hour. las vegas valley? upper 70s. we've even got a few low 80s downtown. southeast 81 degrees. you want to have lunch outside? looking pretty good for it. summerlin and lakes both 77. we had high, thin clouds that moved in earlier. those have since cleared out. we've got clear skies. but a few high, thin clouds a possibility for later in the day. again, temperatures, it's
laughlin expecting a high around 87 degrees this afternoon. during the overnight hours, indian springs you are going to go down to 49. primm 51. the temperatures still get a little bit cooler at night. you are going want to have that sweat shirt, a sweater as you are heading out during the evening hours. if you are heading out early in the morning. but layers, that's key, you will want a t-shirt especially tomorrow. look at this. election day forecast. mostly sunny, 81 degrees. that's our forecast 80 on wednesday. still looking at lots of sunshine through the end of the week. friday, that's veteran's day, 77. so warm one for all those parades going on. even as we get into the weekend, temperatures still above normal. but i think you will be happy they're at least heading in the right direction. >> michelle: i've been waiting. it will be january by the time we get there. >> krystal: fall 81. when it starts getting cold
weighing on many people this year. "saturday night live" cast has just been all over it. they did something a little bit different this weekend. take a look. >> to make sure that he never-- >> no. >> i'm sorry, kate. i just hate yelling all this stuff at you like this. >> i know right? the whole election has been so mean. you us? let's get out of here. >> what? where will we go? >> you will see. ? [music] ? . >> michelle: the two run out into times square dressed in character and start hugging
so clinton or mckenna dressed as clinton goes for the trump people and baldwin goes for the minority. that was kind of what he was going for there. they then run back into the studios and encourage people to get out and vote. catch "saturday night live" here on news 3 every saturday. >> krystal: that was a nice warm hearted way to wrap it up. >> michelle: it was the last one until whoever wins then it will go on and on and on. >> krystal: they've done a great job. they've been so fun d all right. we're going switch gear as little bit and talk basketball. one los angeles lakers fan gave his bank account an unexpected boost this weekend. between quarters of the lakers-suns games sunday, this lucky fan ways warded one shot from half court to earn some big bucks. and -- >> michelle: he did it. >> krystal: he banked it. you know he is happy.
in inside the staples center. even the players. that lucky shooter stayed pretty calm. he's got ice water in his veins. then he nailed it. he can get a $35 check. excuse me. $35,000. >> michelle: $35,000. what does pointing to his arm? >> krystal: i'm not sure. i guess that was -- he has ice in his veins i guess. >> michelle: that must be a saying. we're so coming up tomorrow by noon -- we mean old souls. a talented chadwick jon will be here doing a special performance as he gears up for a show at the south point this week. >> krystal: he has such a great voice and really just a nice guy. it's always great to see people who are so talented and so down to earth. don't miss that and more right here on "news 3 at noon" tomorrow. also, don't go anywhere.
the suspect is in custody. >> krystal: a federal judge looking into allegations of voter intimidation. the group in question? stop the steal. the democratic party want as restraining order against this group. last friday a federal magistrate ruled there was no evidence of voter intimidation by the donald trump campaign. by the way the decision we're expecting sometime around 1:30 today. >> michelle: 40 to 50 buildings in cushing, oklahoma have substantial damage afts aer 5.0 earthquake hit sunday night. a number of minor injuries that town has ever seen. >> krystal: look at what we're working on for "news 3 live at three" today. we hope you come back and join us. a mother raising a red flag after finding something really disgusting in her student's school lunch. you may want to avert your eyes. what she says her kids returned home with in their school milk carton. that is really gross.
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>> jennifer: let me get you a different pillow. >> gabi: yeah, and the wool blanket is warmer. >> jj: stop! >> jennifer: i think so too. >> jj: both of you. everything is fine just the way it is. i'm just grateful to be home and out of the hospital. >> jennifer: well, i am grateful that you are home. but i'm still getting you another pillow. >> gabi: and i'm grateful that my boyfriend is still alive to full recovery. >> jj: come here. >> julie: lying on top of him like that could send him right back to the icu. >> gabi: i, uh... i probably should let you have some time with your family. >> jj: don't go. don't go. >> gabi: i have to go take some things to chad anyway, so i think i'm gonna do that. and i'll be back.