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i said it, i was wrong and i apologize. >> anchor: donald trump is issuing a rare apology after an old recording that could damage his presidential campaign. what exactly did he say? we let you know coming up. we are our weather authority. hurricane matthew a category 2 to not exactly out of the clear yet. soon you will decide whether it is a good idea to legalize recreational pot right here in nevada. coming up we'll explain why every single vote will count in this decision. news 3 live today starts right now. >> anchor: good morning, thank you for joins us on this saturday, october 8.
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meteorologist jerry brown is in the weather center right now. we are looking out toward the coast of florida, you can see that storm. hurricane matthew has been downgraded actually to a category 2 storm but there is still actually a threat of damage along the east coast. we will get to all that information right here on news 3. but i can tell you that moving from the carolinas down to georgia yesterday matthew battered parts of florida. we have more from one of the cities currently in its path, that is charleston, south carolina. sight on the streets of savannah overnight. heavy rains and high winds pummeling that city as matthew took aim. many evacuated but those who didn't were on their own. >> first responders will not be allowed to rebe popped in conditions that endanger their personal safety. >> reporter: matthew had relentless rain and storm surge
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trees fell victim to the storm and countless homes and business. more than 1 million florida customers are without power. the potential for more farther north today. >> we have hurricane warnings and storm surge warnings for the carolina coast. >> reporter: more than 300,000 south carolina residents evacuated. >> fire department. >> children firefighters tried to encourage more to leave the low-lying city in advance of possible flooding. >> we try to suggest and say hey, guys and girls, please southeast. mark barger, nbc news, charleston. >> anchor: as we continue to monitor here, jerry, a big update this morning, downgraded once again from category 2 to category 1. >> it is now a category 1 with 85-mile an hour winds. threshold for hurricane strength is 74 to definitely has weakened. our own weather of a concern to
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61 currently, winds light and they will remain so. humidity is up as is the dew point. the relative humidity value will come down. going to be nice with high clouds drifting through. temperatures very meant in the low 60s, a few upper 50s north las vegas at anthem and southern highlands an cooler at blue diamond. 59 in mesquite, 48 down primm, still laughlin. we are talking about -- well, let's take a look at our satellite shot. you see the storm track way up to our north. for us not a lot going on. a little disturbance off the coast sending high clouds up here and they mix in with sunshine today. 74 at 10:00 a.m., up that ten degrees by mid afternoon 2:00 p.m., early evening 84. still 84. the winds down from the afternoon high of 87.
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mix of clouds and stars and temperatures in the mid 60s. we look ahead through monday, columbus day and the coming workweek ahead. >> anchor: thank you. in de2016 political run donald trump is issue a rare apology. a 10-year-old recording just surfaced in it trump can be heard making vulgar comments about women. we want to warn you this report viewers may find disturbing. >> i will use tomorrow tic-tacs. >> reporter: 11-year-old video has surfaced of republican nominee donald trump engaged in a sexual coverings with billy bush while on the set of a soap opera he was making a cameo appearance on. he casually talks about making sexual aggressive toward women. >> just kissing them.
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you can do anything. grab them by the [bleep]. do anything. >> reporter: trump seen with wife melania was heard in the off camera wanter talking about makes advances toward a married woman. trump issued an on camera statement that was apologetic and defiant. >> i said it, i was wrong and let's apologize. let's be honest. we are living in the real world. this is nothing more than a di the important issues today. >> reporter: republican house speaker paul ryan a reluctant supporter said trump will not appear with him at a saturday event in wisconsin and g.o.p. congressman jason chapin said he is out. >> i feel bad for the country. i feel bad for donald trump's wife and daughter. >> reporter: on sunday trump is scheduled to participate in a second debate with hillary clinton. on friday night he said he will
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>> anchor: the other man seen in that recording "today" co-host billy bush is apologizing for hug vulgar chat with donald trump. in a statement bush said he was younger and acted foolishly playing along in the conversation and is ashamed of what he did. he recent left "access hollywood." nbc has not said if the tape will affect bush's futur the network. the latest controversy is sure to come up during the debate. nbc will have a football game on this station but we will have the debate on cw las vegas on channel 33 or cox cable channel 6. turning our attention to the issues at home. dead heat race for question which would legalize recreational marijuana in nevada. nay thon o'neil shows us why
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>> reporter: it is a race too close to call. nevada voters face a decision, legalize it or don't. >> it is never talked about. >> reporter: brine ofhart featured in the latest ad. he nearly lost his leg in a training accident. >> it took two screws to reattach. >> reporter: he was loaded up with painkillers to the >> i was forced to face the fact i either have to switch to heroin or find another way to help myself. >> reporter: that's when he was introduced to marijuana as an alternative. >> there is such a stigma toward cannabis still a lot of veterans feel like they can't do that. it is not prescribed by their doctors. >> reporter: question two would create for access, no prescription needed. but owe points wear nevada would run rampant with pot.
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are 422 pot shops statewide. compared to 322 starbucks and 202 mcdonald's. hitch son fears that could hurt nevada's tourism. >> denver's convention business has gone down substantially and emails to the authorities in den den one of the reasons cited over and over is the legalization to marijuana and environment it fosters. >> reporter: it is the voters who have the final say. >> anchor: keeping with that political question, henderson community is inviting locals to come out and vote to the beat. we will tell you exactly what this all means in a live report in studio coming up. a huge brawl breaks out between two high school football teams. where this happened and what led to the fists being thrown in the first place. the rise of hurricane matthew has started to attract con artists.
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your family members on the east your family members on the east coast in thhis i think my strongest asset, maybe by far, is my temperament. i'd like to punch him in the face, i'll tell you. i would bomb the [bleep] out of 'em. i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot o someby and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go [bleep] themselves. get him out of here! get him out of here! get the hell out of here! for the content of this advertising. the new salami caprese panini from subway. pressed and grilled to cinematic perfection to get a golden brown crust and meld the flavors in melted cheese. part of the new chef-inspired panini collection from subway. ray steiber: i was in charge of homicide. i know when something's not right. the attacks on question 1 are wrong. question 1 protects the right of law abiding nevadans to bear arms.
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>> anchor: welcome back. so election day is fast approaching. the henderson community is inviting locals to come out and vote to the beat. are one of the henderson community leaders. what does this mean vote to the beat? what are you doing later today? >> the other morning my colleague and i were here, teddy simms and him and i have partnered in the past to bring awareness to different awareness. we wanted to bring our passion for zumba and unites people from
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>> anchor: and political affiliations. >> yes. we want to mobilize and motivate the community to come have fun and register to vote. if for some reason you can't make it our event today go to zumba empowers people, especially women. it just makes us stronger together. as a matter of fact, teddy has student in his class, she is in her 80s. lete stamina. >> anchor: my goodness! >> yes, everyone enjoys it. we hope everybody can come out and join us today from 2:00 to 4:00 at silver mesa recreational center. we want everyone to join us and make sure you wear blue. we want to turn the state blue up and down the ticket. >> anchor: we have all the
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obviously, exercising their vote but exercising as well. how did these two come together? how was the idea sparked? in zumba? >> we're hillary for nevada. we feel she is our candidate that unites us and with zumba, that's exactly what zumba does. it unites us. it doesn't separate you regardless of what your background is. it is just about having fun. and we just feel that hillary brings that this year to the election. >> anchor: what you are saying, too, uniting everyone, supporters on both sides of the ticket, obviously, invited out today, right? >> oh, absolutely. that's what zumba does. it unites both sides of the party. so we just want everybody to have a good time and join us and make it a successful event. at the end of the day, it is about mobilizing our community because this election is too far important for you to stay home and not make your voice heard.
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you can see whether you are watching newscasts going online, even on social media, definitely this election is at the front of most people's minds and we want to make sure at least every single nevadan is registered to vote and they can do that today. >> it is. we want everyone to join us today for some fun and vote to the beat from 2:00 to 4:00. remember, wear blue. >> anchor: we will get the information on our website, we'll you love mcgriddles... but you don't love that you can't get them all day. so, you can find something else to not love. like when sportscasters get carried away with the instant replay pen. get more choices you love, now with all day breakfast.
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tracked many hurricanes. nicer being out here and look at them from a distance. our weather they benign based on what's going on over there. that's a sneak preview of our seven day. i apologize for that. let me get this back here going. we take a quick look. you know good things are coming. let's look at our current conditions first. it is 63 degrees currently down on the strip in the central valley. 23% the relative humidity. that might seem a little high bu t dew point at 26. the further the dew point is from the ambient temperature the drier it is and that temperature will be rising up into the mid 80s today. i doesn't think we have to worry. it will be pretty comfortable. mid 50s in the southern highlands. usually one of our cooler thermometers in green valley 62. between those two look how high the pressure is. we are being influenced by a trough off the california coast
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land, 58 in nellis. 64 in mountains edge. 54 in pahrump. 61 in mesquite and 48 up on the mountains and in the 70s in laughlin and 62 officially at the top of the hour at mccarran airport. high clouds starting to drift in. just a little trough disturbance off the coast. it is not going to amount to ch moisture. just filtered sunshine through the clouds. the main storm track is up here as you can see and some shower activity in puget sound. here is the man of the hour as you can see. this is matthew. let's take a look at our hurricane tracker. it is currently a category 1 storm with 85 miles an hour. as i told you earlier 74 miles an hour is the threshold for hurricane strength. expected to move out and back down. once it moves from the gulf
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storm. could eventually hit the bahamas as a tropical storm again. we will keep an eye on that. the forecast up the east coast. hurricane warnings along the carolina coast but should move out before it gets to cape hatteras right there. highs today generally 80 across southern nevada for us, 87 a mix of sunshine and high clouds. if you are heading to the mountains mid 60s. 82 at red rock and down on the rock 90is temperature of 74. overnight not a lot going on. quiet one, mid 60. heres auto your seven-day forecast. we do warm up, 91 on columbus day above normal and sink back down into the mid 80s by week's end. >> anchor: thank you. we'll take it. looking good out there. a high school football game in buffalo, new york was suspended
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this happened friday night. it was the second quarter of the bishop timmons battle with st. joe's and officials say the fighting between the two teams started with the st. joe's
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back right out of las vegas' own backyard. canyon springs grad leads the
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sanchez says the rebels have to reduce this. >> they find so many different creative ways of getting him the football. that's where the issue lies. first guy has to wrap and troop has to come running. he gets an inch, he is a tough guy to bring down. >> to another vegas native, chris bryant whose cubs welcomed sanf division legal series. the giant sent quedo to the mound. he was perfect through three innings but bottom of the eighth biaz bangs one to left field. chicago behind the pitching of john lester and good luck of bill murray wins 1-0. washington played the dodger last night.
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no need to scale that wall, it is out of there. dodgers lead 1-0. bottom of the third it is 4-0. the dodgers hold on to win 4-3. that's all for sports. have a lovely day. >> anchor: thank you. we know many of you might have friends a officials have another alert and this time it is for potential rip-offs tied to the store. maria morterta has exactly what we need to look for. >> reporter: the severe storm is capable of serious flooding, fallen trees, heavy winds and rain and major damage to homes which attracts con artists. officials say some swindles include price gouging, home repairs, charities or fema impersonators.
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resources will go unneeded. but, unfortunately, some people take advantage of a carolina coasts to troughy or even an approaching storm to line their own pockets. >> cooper says be careful. it is important to contact insurance companies after the storm and take pictures from damages from the hurricane and ask for i.d. from any companies or fema officials who claim to be from the government pay any money upfront for repair work. information to pass along and keep in mind. with this rip off alert i'm maria morterta. >> anchor: thank you. actual is domestic violence awareness month and there is the 33rd annual domestic violence luncheon. hannah brook is here to talk about. let's talk about not only the event going on but how important
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50,000 victims of domestic violence through advocacy programs and counseling confidential shelter as well as education. think about the numbers it is obviously a needed service in this town. >> anchor: we know at least this month the awareness has been set aside. do you think there is that stark importance making sure everyone remembers across the entire country not only here in clark county that this is the month where, like you said, tens and thousands of people locally >> exactly. it is a community problem. last year we had 32 deaths through domestic violence homicide. our youngest was 8 years old. we are joining together with las vegas metropolitan police department, some other agencies to open up the family justice center so that we can work together to help solve the problem because we would like to have zero deaths. >> anchor: that is the goal. let's talk about the luncheon going on and get the details out there.
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are $65. it is more than educational and awareness luncheon is that we have every october. it is our 33rd annual. we will have a silent auction and keynote speaker. >> anchor: say someone is interested in going and interested in learning how to help all year round not just during the month of october or the luncheon next friday. how can they do so? >> flutes and roots is a par called cosmic green and 10% come back to us. if you are a health nut and want to get healthy before the holidays, go in there. >> anchor: i was going to say, there is an aspect that is not only helping others but helping yourself with the healthy portion of it. >> exactly. >> anchor: all year long as you were saying whether giving donations online or volunteer help. i'm sure there is lots of ways. >> if you see a purple bin
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we ask people to wear purple. the purple ribbon is our color for domestic violence. anything that you can do to bring awareness, especially talking about it is very important. >> anchor: i think that that conversation like you said, it might be a topic that a lot of people may shy away from but keeping that conversation fluid and moving forward to remember so many people who may feel like they don't have a voice. >> right. nationally the statistic is one in three women are affected by domestic violence. between one in two and one in three and it is very important to have our agency and hotline (702)646-9891 is a confidential hotline and people call to talk someone. it is non-judgmentalment you don't have to have your bag packed. if you have a safety plan or if you think are you living in a
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>> anchor: hannah, thank you so much. whether you have those gently used clothes, we are heading into the holidays, people looking for new items and gifts can give back to a lot of people who may need them and the luncheon next friday at the rio. we will get all the information on our website we will get all the information on our website two billionaires, spending millions to buy a senate seat for joe heck. smearing catherine cortez masto with ads called "bogus," "highly misleading," and "false." as attorney general, who held banks accountable and helped nevada homeowners. and governor sandoval praised cortez masto's dedication to fighting sex trafficking. don't let joe heck's billionaires fool you. catherine cortez masto has always stood up for us. i'm catherine cortez masto
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politics should never come before basic health care, but that's the choice joe heck keeps making. women like me rely on planned parenthood for checkups and cancer screenings, but congressman joe heck
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to take away their funding. heck even threatened to shut down the federal government to eliminate funding for planned parenthood. shutting down the government... taking away access to lifesaving care... just to score political points. joe heck should be ashamed. women vote is responsible for the content of this advertising. >> anchor: leads are running dry in the case of a father murdered over his cell phone. made such a huge impact on the metro police department. caught on camera, disturbing images of a teacher dragging a student by her hair. where this happened and what the school is now doing about it. and grab a picket sign and a megaphone to make your voice heard. a story of activism through six decades on the unlv campus. tom hawley takes us back in time
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>> anchor: good morning. thank you for joining us. i am kyndell nunley. it is saturday, october 8, 2016. as we are looking a live look at the las vegas valley. it is clear out there. those skies are beautiful. conditions nice and comfortable for us. as we head further into october as we head over to our weather authority meteorologist jerry brown. things looking nice here. not so much on the east coast. >> i don't know if i would call we have a lot of high clouds and a little trough and clouds pretty pronounced from the red rock resort. they will be around but we will get filtered sunshine today so not to really worry. central valley, sahara, 58 degrees, 31% the relative humidity. that figure will come down. 50s a few places around the valley. north las vegas, southern highlands, blue diamond at 50
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52 in pahrump, 62 in mesquite, 40s as you move up 93 and in the 70s in the colorado river valley laughlin. main storm flow is up north. a little low off the coast trough sending in high clouds. you can see them pretty clearly on the satellite shot. we go sun and high clouds, 74 at 10:00 a.m., 84 mid afternoon, early evening 84 and then a quiet saturday evening with partly cloudy skies. so get out and enjoy. complete forecast up ahead. hurricane, too. kyndell? >> anchor: thank you. across the world now reports say two militants believed to be preparing a car bomb attack detonated the explosives killing themselves in a remote area of turkey today in ankara. this is after turkish police told them to surrender. the militants believed to be a male and female are believed to be part of an armed group there. police have seized two pieces of
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authorities are also looking for a third person who may have also been involved. wikileaks strikes again releasing thousands of hacked emails from hillary clinton's campaign manager. they were posted online yesterday. this coming just hours after the obama administration accused russia of trying to alter the november election. some were highly sensitive discussions from inside the clinton campaign as they faced a strong challenge from bernie on newsletters. the obama administration said friday it was confident that russia was behind the recent hackings of emails about upcoming u.s. elections in an attempt to interfere with that process. a greenville, mississippi teacher drags a student across the floor by her hair and it is all caught on camera. this video posted to facebook, no surprise here, it has now
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dragging her across the floor of that greenville high school gym floor. it appears the teacher even hits the girl on the forehead after she sits down. it is unclear when this video was taken but the greenville police department and officials will the greenville school district are now investigating this incident. every detective is said to have that one case that keeps them awake at night. for one veteran cop right here in las vegas, it is a father murdered over a cell phone while he was walking home from news 3's kelsey thomas explains with leads running dry police are having for your help finding that killer. >> i miss everything about him. now it is a whole different life. i have my family, i don't have him. it is amazing how my life changed with one decision. >> reporter: maria diaz has been waiting seven months for
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heriberto diaz was just seven houses away from his wife and two children when he was shot in a robbery gone bad. >> there is no way to explain, you know, how somebody or why they would do that. >> reporter: lieutenant dan mcgrath investigates crimes but which one can't he get out of his mind he answers without hesitation the murder of heriberto diaz. >> he is a good, family man. that's difficult for them aa the case. >> reporter: police released blurry surveillance video of a sedan that may be connected to the shooting, but so far there have been no leads. diaz's widow still praying for that one clue that will help police catch her husband's killer. >> i'm begging. i have been begging for seven months to please, don't be afraid. i know that somebody knows something. >> reporter: kelsey thomas,
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frightening moment for a texas teen when someone dressed as a clown fired shots inside his home. now san antonio police said the teen was sitting outside his house friday evening when the suspect opened fire. he told officers the gun jammed twice but the third shot actually went inside the house. the suspect ran away and police are still looking for him. thankfully no one was injured. the clown issue is raising a lot of concern. so much so that over in tucson some are holding lives matter and it will be held on october 15. organizers say it is meant to show that real clowns pose no danger to anyone. they say they will hold a peace walk and hand out flyers and it is certainly not meant to offend anyone. hockey players battle it out on the ice tonight for game two over at t-mobile arena but the first game took place last night. hockey fans were out to catch the first glimpse of the game between the long kings and
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fury. in the end dallas bet l.a.6-3. the players we spoke with had this to stay about our new arena. >> this is one of the nicer ones i have seen. locker rooms are nice. a beautiful rink. vegas is an awesome city. it will be fun to come here and compete. >> anchor: game two brings the colorado avalanche to las vegas. the puck drops at 7:00 p.m. lighting up the desert sky for the third year in a row this weekend. organizers are expecting as many as 20,000 people to come together and celebrate hopes, dreams and wishes. new this year, the festival will run from two days starting tonight instead of just the one night as it has been done in the previous years. organizers are hoping the added day will help alleviate the crowded parking issue that the festival has faced the last two years. many recent college
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when they step into the real world. what college course they say they wish they had taken to prepare them for life as an adult. if you find halloween costumes online and prices seem too good to be true, we have a warning to tell you. we will let you know all about it coming up. a new restaurant is welcoming guests to experience wine from a collection during a special dinner. we will have a little more on this a little bit later in the newscast. news 33 liive jacky rosen: i'm jacky rosen, and as a computer programmer, i created apps... and i learned there's always a smart solution. as president of my synagogue, we found a smart solution to rising energy costs... creating one of the largest solar projects in the state. in congress, i'll work with democrats and republicans to make all of nevada a leader in solar, to improve our schools, and create good jobs. i approved this message because i know we can find smart solutions... even in washington. jacky rosen: i'm jacky rosen and i approved this message.
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want to cut social security. woman: and danny tarkanian wants to join them. man: he is proud to call himself 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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>> anchor: welcome back. in today's consumer headlines a study reveals a course that young americans wish they had taken while in school happens to be money 101. according to a new bank of america/usa today better money report habit, a habit on the reports there. a majority of students across the country say they regret not learning more about personal
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own. 31% said their high school education did a good job of teaching them to establish good financial habits. for those who attended college, less than half said their college education did a good job preparing them on money matters. if you are still shopping for that perfect halloween costume and the accessories, don't get duped online. brand protection firm mark monitor warns counterfeiters take advantage of online shoppers to steer traffic to their es cheap or discount. if a price looks too good to be tree that is a red flag and consumers should be cautious moving forward. shoppers should be wary of purchasing potential dangerous counterfeits such at novelty contact lenses and fake makeup that can lead to lasting painful damages. we know the makeup sometimes lead poisoning is in contact with that, too. two kids get a special tardy note from a special person. who they got to meet that got them out of the classroom. we will explain in a report
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when i was one year old, i was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer on my spinal chord. but i spent my whole life fighting back. so you can imagine what i thought when i saw donald trump say... "i don't know what i said, ah, i don't remember!" "that reporter he is talking about suffers from a chronic condition that impairs movement of his arms." i don't want a president who makes fun of me. i want a president who inspires me, and that's not donald trump.
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two billionaires, spending millions to buy a senate seat for joe heck. smearing catherine cortez masto with ads called "bogus," "highly misleading," and "false." as attorney general, it's cortez masto who held banks accountable and helped nevada homeowners. and governor sandoval praised cortez masto's dedication to fighting sex trafficking. don't let joe heck's billionaires fool you. catherine cortez masto has always stood up for us. i'm catherine cortez masto
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>> anchor: thank you for sticking with us and welcome back in. let's gate to our meteorologist jerry brown. good weather here. little clouds out but we will take it. >> few high clouds but filtered sunshine. it is going to be beautiful today. gointo it. so the mornings are fairly cool. let's go over and take a look. a view from the red rock resort. i am showing you this looking east. you can see skies brightening. we are -- sun i think has officially risen a couple of minutes ago but you can't see it there as we have the high clouds filtering through. 63 central valley on the strip
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washington and eastern mid 50s there with 52%. and over on the northwest valley it is 65. little more noticeable the winds west, northwest at 11. a mix of 50s and 60s. 59 in spring valley. 58 in sunrise manor, 62 downtown henderson upper 40s on the mountain. 50 on the button in pahrump. 63 in eastern clark county at mesquite city. our air quality is good so take a deep breath. that's good news. our skies as you can see we have thin clouds moving through. that's from a trough off the coast but not a rain maker. just produce moisture aloft. the main flow is up north. moisture in puget sound and parts of oregon moving into montana. here is the man of the hour, man of the past week really,
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currently just off the charleston, south carolina category 1 storm with 85 miles an hour. only nine miles above the hurricane threshold of 74 miles. that's going to be moving out. it will get out of the gulf stream and go out into the ocean and become a tropical storm. it could move back in the bahamas and another tropical storm in the atlantic called irene moving in that area. be there to go see if ty and there are hurricane warnings along the east coast as they are going to have some very, very heavy rainfall there along with the potential for storm surge. today though 87, a beauty in pahrump, 90 in overton, 65 up on the mountain. we will get to that. here in the city 87 with a mix of sun and high clouds and light east breeze. up on mount charleston mid 60s to 82 at red rock, a light wind.
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at 74. partly cloudy overnight mid 60s and here is your seven-day forecast. we do warm it up to 91 on columbus day. then we slowly slide back down through the 80s. we will be in the mid 80s by thursday and all will be right with the world. kyndell? >> anchor: thank you. beautiful conditions out there. most teachers have likely heard every excuse in the book when it comes to students missing school. but the staff at one fargo, north dakota school heard g were late because they had breakfast with chelsea clinton. >> reporter: when they arrived back to centennial elementary school in fargo, jack and joe were buzzing. they could hardly wait to show their teacher. >> this is the reason why you guys were gone today? >> yeah. >> reporter: their tardy slip. please excuse the absences of
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they were having breakfast with me. and the me is chelsea clinton? >> uh-huh. >> reporter: along with a family member, jack and joe were able to eat with and meet chelsea clinton during a private visit and stop in fargo today. >> just a really fun experience and i'm glad i can tell people i did it. >> reporter: senator heidi heightcamp aware chelsea's husband is a philadelphia born huge eagles fan. so the couple has its >> it was fun and a good opportunity. >> reporter: politics aside, jack and joe's teacher reminded the boys it is important to appreciate memorable events like this. elections are connected to our history. history the boys will now forever be a part of. >> these are experiences that really are rare and hopefully you guys really paid attention while you were there.
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do this and not every fifth grader gets a note from chelsea clinton saying hey, this is why i wasn't at school today. >> reporter: one thing is for sure. it makes for good show and tell and the winner of tarty slip of the day. >> anchor: my goodness. look at that. let's move on to the next one. guests can experience wine. evan, let's talk about what's go o we can only imagine all of the yummy food and a way for people to come out and take at least some fun and what's going on here just for a short time then. this is chef robert. >> yes, this dinner is coming up this friday, october 14. the tickets are $85 per person. we brought a few dishes we will be starring on the wine dinner right here.
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and orange. we have lemon vinaigrette here. >> anchor: that looks good. you were creating the dinner and i'm sure thought wept into pairing the food and wines, right? >> yes. we finish the wine dinner. we have a duo of braised veal beef cheek, spinach on the bottom, grilled new york steak, >> anchor: all right. what's this? >> finish the dinner with apple tartlet with maple cream. >> anchor: looks good. now that we have everyone's attention, we know everyone loves food what do you want to say to the viewers to get them out and enjoy yummy, romantic-type of dinner, right?
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family estate and own about 25 wineries around the world but the grandfather established in burgu in. dy our favorite region. we have two guest speakers guiding us through why the pairings go and tell us about the wines. what we do here is we reverse paired. we sat down and tasted the wines and came up and created the dish exactly what we thought would be the best to accompany each one. >> ho so when you were saying, too, the reverse pairing, what does that mean? >> it means we taste the wine and then create the food to go with the wine. >> anchor: i see. instead of the other way around. definitely for wine lovers out there, i know at least personally at home my father collects wine. this is something definitely up his alley and i'm sure lots of people across the valley just as well, right? >> absolutely. >> anchor: when it comes to the selections, let's talk about
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get sort of the taste and type that are going to be features? >> good question. we are trying to run the full spectrum of what you would generally get going out to dine and what not. it begins with a reception with canopy and sparkling wine. one of the finest outside of champagne in the entire country. we move into a light crisp white when we sit pour you a little bit, too. >> anchor: i'll let you do that. >> chablis. everybody's favorite, especially in vegas hot and sunny, can't go wrong with chablis. we move on to beautiful reds. this has been around a thousand years. lighter and fruitier and then we
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>> anchor: the big boy there. >> established in 1850. tons of history. something really unique at the end to go with the delicious apple tartlet wayne made from apples. >> anchor: very good. thank you for your information. we will get all the information
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>> anchor: welcome back in. when you think of student activism at universities over the years, berkeley, connect state, harvard might come to mind but unlv, the home of the rebels does have a history of activism dating back to 1957 beginnings. not so much as the violent type seen as institutions in the tom hawley takes us back. >> students made a deliberate effort to be non-violent and peaceful based on interviews i conducted. had he did maybe stop traffic at certain points. not sure if that is breaking the law. >> reporter: heidi johnson curates a new exhibit called "please i would like to grow" and says activism goes back to nevada university. >> they were protesting issues.
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school paper showed students hanging nevada governor over perceived lack of education to educational needs. >> in 1971unlv students participated in the welfare rights march and included jane fonda. >> reporter: race issues have been a to bic and last year local students rallied in incidents and protests at the university of missouri. >> we read the news and has an emotional impact onur gathering with are we could talk about it where we could express how we are feeling and also say we are with you. >> reporter: while the unlv administration responded, it was not officially aimed at them. >> it was for us the students and when we continued to, like, build and see activism on campus sometimes it is directed towards a specific target. >> reporter: recent examples include solidarity with iranian students in protests against
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table here. not just cutting our futures. >> reporter: the display includes 124 artifacts covering 60 years. >> i hope students come away from the exhibit feeling empowered and realizing they can
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good morning. breaking overnight. trump's apology. >> i said it. i was wrong and i apologize. >> the republican presidential candidate forced to say sorry for making crude comments about wome m when he did not realize he was being recorded. >> i moved on her like a [ bleep ]. >> this morning, the trump campaign is reeling. some republicans blasting the nominee and saying they will no longer support the candidate. others calling on him to drop out of the race. with a month to go until election day, how will this bombshell effect the race? and matthew's fury.


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