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this. it has shaken me to my core in a way that i couldn't have predicted. >> dana: powerful words from the first lady condemning donald trump. what does donald trump have to say in response? you'll hear it coming up. >> kim: doctor discrimination. you are looking at the doctor who took to facebook to say she didn't like how she was treated when she was offering up help to a fellow >> dana: good morning. happy friday. it is 5:00. pictures coming from the beautiful las vegas strip this morning. >> kim: maybe bob dillon is waking up and flicking on the television and seeing us talking about him winning the nobel prize for literature and then performing here in las vegas after the announcement. >> dana: they asked him what do you think about winning the nobel prize.
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he said no comment. >> kim: a word smith maybe he is not. we're the wagners, kim and dana here on this friday morning. we have kelly curran standing by and tom will have travel times and a look at the morning commute in moments. let's start off the with forecast. when you said something was moving in for the weekend, you wouldn't joking. >> kelly: a pretty major storm system, not one but two storm weather. the wind will be an issue. as you are heading out to work or school this morning 76, by noon the winds will become an issue. 85. 90 our expected high. winds gusting to 35. i'll let you know how long that will last coming up. >> tom: let's start with an
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showing a light flow of travel. it's very early yet. traffic slightly busier in the southbound lanes than the north. overall travel times look great. no accidents on the freeway so a good start to your friday morning commute. >> dana: state assembly after a marathon session stretched 17 hours still not decided whe southern nevada. they may be one vote short. also an issue about transportation near the proposed stadium providing a hiccup. jeff is in car con city and has this update. >> yes, it is morning. a day that began at 8:00 a.m. thursday continued until just a few hours ago in the tumultuous discussion whether public money
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is. 12:15 friday morning testifying is the state's top trainings official. called from home to bat down a report that said a proposed stadium would cost nevada 900 million additional dollars. not so says ndot chief. >> we're not asking for any additional revenue to deliver these project identified in the report. >> prompts were already in the pipeline. st nervous about signing on to a stadium and a billionaire asking for 750 million in public funding. transportation may not add costs but a stadium could pose other problems. >> there are projects especially in southern nevada that are going to be delayed by a couple of years. >> supporters say it means jobs, opponents say other things are more important and listening lawmakers for a package that
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that is sheldon addleson's baby, the raiders may call it home and the discussion picks back up in just a few hours. >> kim: jeff will have continued reports throughout the day here on news 3. this guy who carjacked a woman in her driveway in henderson, talk about a big update and reward is the video to prove it. that car is now right here on your screen. this whole thing ended at the 215 yesterday metro saying they first spotted that stolen car near the stratosphere late wednesday night. officers say the driver showed a gun after a short chase on the beltway. that is why local police were forced to fire. the man killed is believed to be behind 14 robberies of biz businesses in henderson and las vegas. one homeowner is at peace knowing he can't strike again.
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i heard he did a line of other robberies on top offing her car from her. he was not a good thief. bye. >> kim: the woman who was carjacked is ok. she did something that most of us were baffled by going after the carjacker. in the end she makes it out alive. he did not however. his life ending on the beltway which makes it the seventh deadly metro police shooting of >> dana: we know there are 7 in the community but don't know how many there are nationwide. for more kendall joins us. the department of justice doesn't have any numbers on officer involved shootings nationwide. >> reporter: that's correct because right now the agencies state and local agencies don't have any numbers because they are not keeping track. that is going to change starting
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aims to keep track of those numbers. they will start reporting deaths. they hope statistics on how many shootings there are and who is killed will allow authorities to make changes when needed. this is one of the more polarizing issues in america today. one of the biggest questions to date how many deadly police shootings are there nationwide? none gender and that type of thing also to try and look at whether those issues are occurring on a repeated basis that would focus on training issues. >> kim: once again, yesterday it was seventh police deadly shooting. nationwide these changes set to
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2017. >> kim: thank you for that. locals who have been here for a while will remember it was less than a decade ago the department of justice launched an investigation into our local police department. at the time they thought we had too many officer related deadly shootings with citizens in our community. this was an argument that led to a deadly shooting on the valley east side. lake mead and hollywood. two men were fighting when a third man came up and shot one of them. the two men then left together in a dark colored car. the shooting could be gang related. one woman nearby heard six shots. >> you could tell. when i looked out it was man down. >> a fight that goes right tie deadly shooting often times has
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tie level of violence very quickly. >> kim: i was inarctic cue latest research when i set this up. local police did not draw their guns. they just responded to the violence. police have surveillance video that could help lead to the people in question here. if you know anything about this, they want to hear from you. there is no one in custody for this crime. call that number on your screen. whenever you dial that number, you can replain >> dana: live pictures coming out of north carolina. this is the princeville area. we know that matthew moved through there about a week ago but they are still dealing with the flooding. some of the rivers are expected to crest today so the worse may come this afternoon. police investigating after a baby was killed in an elevator accident. you're not going to believe the details on this one. police say it could have been prevented easily.
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emotional and has to do with comments made by donald trump and some of his behavior. you are going to see her in her own words ahead. >> dana: a passenger having a medical episode and a doctor steps in to help. they say we don't want your help. why would they how tall are you? how do we measure greatness in america? the height of our skyscrapers? the size of our bank accounts? no. it's measured by what we do for our children.
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and it will be my mission to build a country where our children can rise as high as their dreams and hard work take them. that means good schools for every child in every zip code. college that leads to opportunities... not debt. and an economy where every young american can find a job that lets them start a family of their own. we face big challenges, but we can solve them the same way families do. respecting one another. and never giving up. i want our success to be measured by theirs.
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>> krystal: thank you for staying was. just a sad story. a five-year-old is credited with saving his toddler brother after
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this happened just before 1:30 a.m. that is when authorities say the semitruck hit a guard rail and the driver lost control. this 18 wheel was carrying a family of three. slammed into a concrete pillar and burst into flames. the father died in the fire but that five-year-old child pulled his toddler brother out of that vehicle to safety. moving to texas when that crash happened. >> kim: unfortunately we have tragedy out of new york where a six week old baby girl was killed when she and her mother fell down an elevator shot in brooklyn. the 21-year-old mom was pushing a baby in a stroller in her apartment building. the elevator doors open and the mom pushes the baby inside.
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they fall and because of the impact of their fall the elevator fell five floors. both the mom and infant were rushed to the hospital where unfortunately that baby was pronounced dead. the elevator has been out of service so they are not sure why the doors opened. raw emotion on the campaign trail from donald trump. he is in full defense mode over allegations of sexual misconduct. he's facing a host of women this morning physical contact. he launched into an angry tirade yesterday lashing out. >> these claims are all fabricated. they are pure fiction and they are out right lies. this is a conspiracy against you the american people and we
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trump is down some five points in north carolina. remember this week the campaign already decided to pull out of virginia. they are not going after that state at this point. he is tied in ohio. coming up in our 6:00 hour because of our partnership with "the today show," you are going to have an exclusive interview headed your way because mike pence, the vice presidential nominee is on today. we have it for you first live at 6:00. >> dana: the first lady hillary clinton yesterday talking about what donald trump had to say on that bus 10 years ago. she says this has shaken her to the core. >> i have to tell you that i can't stop thinking about this. it has shaken me to my core in a way they couldn't have predicted. i can't believe that i'm saying that a candidate for president
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about sexually assaulting women. >> dana: she was saying this was not locker room banter saying no men in her life talk like that. >> kim: as we check in with you, it will be wednesday next week those candidates face off at the thomas and mack. >> tom: we have in that same area an accident at tropicana and paradise. i saw flashing lights a moment ago but looks like it just cleared. debate is on the way. the rtc tells us might have significant traffic impacts including restrictions along southbound 15 and 215 heading to the thomas and mack and restrictions on flamingo road and sands. they warn from 4:00 to 10:00 p.m. next wednesday night there could be traffic impacts. if you go to the airport that
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the valley use framing go from the west side use tropicana. >> kelly: we are looking at nice conditions rights now but it's all going to change this afternoon. a strong storm system making its way in as we speak. this is red rock resort camera. tons of sunshine to start. more clouds afternoon. a lot of people want to go hiking but the wind is going to be an issue for us. temperatures stepping out right now it's mild, lakes 72, paradise you are 73, sunrise 76 this morning. temperatures really warming up this afternoon. going to be t shirt werth. wind not an issue but here is that storm system we're talking about. you see that swirl there off the
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northern california. for us it's going to be clouds. that's one thing we'll see to get started this morning. in the afternoon we'll get the winds kicking up. dry air combined with gusty winds will lead to a heightened fire danger. today's high 90. winds 35 miles per hour. tonight breezy conditions. you are seven-day forecas weekend but temperatures cooling off by monday. >> kim: let's take you live to the floor of the nasdaq where jane king is standing by. very soon we're going to find out what is going on with wells fargo because we are supposed to get a check of their quarterly earnings. >> they came out a few minutes ago we're going over them. this is the first report since the scandal broke, certainly since the c.e.o. stepped down
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better than expected. they didn't do so well, some of the things that bank depends on lackluster. we'll watch wells fargo shares today. >> kim: i think a lot of people are going to be surprised by this one. opening up stores on thanks giving day wasn't so hot after all. >> not so much. the retai they want to save black friday. retailers didn't see that much benefit anyway and workers should be with their family. >> kim: if you have a crazy uncle coming to dinner who loves bourbon stock up now. >> bourbon lovers may want to stock up.
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distilleries voted to authorize a strike. a prolonged strike. it could result in a shortage of jim beam bourbon products on store shelves this year. i warned you. >> kim: hopefully there is a cocktail in your future around happy hour tonight. >> dana: it rains in the northwest. it doesn't rain like this all that often. very strong winds, showers expected this weekend. this is along the coast in oregon. seaside oregon. they could get more than a half a foot of rain in some spots in oregon. winds in excess of 100 miles an hour. this is storm one. storm two is expected to move in saturday. the mayor asking people to stay out of parks because they have soggy ground and high winds. when they ask people to stay
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raining, it must be coming down hard. >> kim: tragedy in south south , nine people killed when their bus catches fire. this was on a busy freeway in south korea. you see the traffic camera caught some of this. the government saying 21 people were on that bus when it smashed into a guard rail and caught fire. the cause of that fire under investigation. we know it was accident. survivors escaped by breaking out the windows. it was difficult for police to identify the people on board. the injured survivors did receive treatment at a nearby hospital. >> dana: the vice president of the united states here in las vegas yesterday. >> bill clinton is a rapist. >> dana: joe biden was interrupted by that heckler.
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doing it for cash. we'll explain just ahead. >> kim: this in the face of reason. she's a doctor and a fellow passenger needs her help and it's not wanted. she's taking t to you love mcgriddles... ll day. but now you can get mcgriddles all day, and more. 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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>> kelly: 75 at faye galloway elementary school. winds are light. but this afternoon winds will be picking up. by 11:00 a.m. 17 miles per hour sustained winds. by 3:00 21-mile an hour with gusts to 35. >> is it a case of doctor discrimination on a delta airlines flight?
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she's african-american, she's a young woman and she's pretty. she's on a flight from detroit to houston and there is a medical episode with one of the passengers so she offered to help. the flight attendant says we don't need your help, we have an older white man who is a doctor to help us. according to a facebook post the flight attendant said sweety put your hand down we're looking for actual physicians or nurses or some type of medical they figured out she is an actual doctor. that employee did apologize and offered her free sky miles as well. the doctor saying this is just discrimination. >> kim: we want to hear your thoughts on this one. go to social media and search for kim and dana wagner. this is one i have a feeling
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discussion. >> dana: matthew is long gone but they are still dealing with it as some of the rivers crest today. after today they will start going down.
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>> kim: stopping domestic violence. what is being done here in the state of nevada to prevent more victims and punish those abusers? plus -- >> dana: the vice president of the united states in las vegas yesterday when that man began shouting. he may have been doing it for money. we'll tell you all about it coming up. >> kim: with less than a week before the big final presidential debate in our own backyard on the campus of unlv, we're going to share with you what is being done to make sure everything is safe and we'll let you know if you'll be able to get around that area.
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>> dana: happy friday. >> kim: love to hear from vice president biden about how he thinks people are being heckled now. whether it's donald trump being heckled or he's heckled. do you think it started with joe wilson and the >> dana: we've seen hecklers going back for hundreds of years. >> kim: this is true. we're going to check in with kelly and the forecast in a moment. the most famous one as we check in with tom when ronald reagan was attacked at the convention center. >> tom: yeah the incident where he was speaking. he had been out of office for a couple of years. while he was speaking someone
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sculpture as he was speaking. we have an accident in the southwest valley at sunset and jones. it's just off of the 215 beltway. there is a new restriction at the airport connector starting friday night. the eastbound 215 into the airport connector closed the entire weekend from friday evening to monday morning. after that it will be nightly through october 21. looks fine on the southern beltway right now near the airport so no delays there. travel times running up to speed on the freeways with no delays whatsoever. let's check weather kelly. >> kelly: we need to get out that extra hold hair spray today. the winds are kicking up. fire weather warnings in place for the afternoon hours as winds will be gusting to 35. going to be a warm one too. t shirt weather with a high around 90. more changes coming this
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>> dana: the state assembly burning the midnight oil working past midnight. there is the clock. they still have not passed a vote or taken one on the proposed football stadium near the las vegas strip that would presumably house the oakland raiders. they are trying to decide if they want to raise the hotel room tax and provide $750 million in public money mostly on the backs of tourist in our community. they only need 28. if they can't get to 28, there is a possibility they could use a simple majority vote to send it to the clark county commission. they don't want to do that but that may bay last ditch effort. jeff is in carson city. they resume this morning at 9:00 a.m. we'll have live reports throughout the day to let you know if they are going to pass the proposal or not. >> kim: it happens to be domestic violence awareness
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deciding whether local victims will get more support in the future. we have the general election less than a month away and it's not going to be on the ballot this time but it's being talked about. criminals here in nevada have more rights than the victims. >> michelle: it is hard to wrap your head around this but think about this. right now the way our constitution is written in the state of nevada rapist and protections under the constitution than the victims of those crimes. that's why advocates are trying to get this on the ballot. it's not going to make it for this coming general election, it's too soon. they are going to try to get it on there by 2018. marci's law would allow victim, it would amend state constitutions that don't offer these protections so these victims of crimes will have the
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here is an example of what this would change. victims and families would have the right to receive notifications of proceedings and changes to the offenders status. they don't have those rights right now. voters really are the one who is are going to make the decision when it comes on the ballot. >> he hit me, burned me, held guns to my head. >> we passed we have to pass it again this session in the same form. should we win approval, we will then be on the ballot in 2018. >> michelle: you know better than anybody or you know very well, we all know very well how big of a problem domestic violence is in this community. this is something we see on a regular basis and we're not just talking about people being
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people being murdered on a regular basis. this is something we need to keep an eye on and we need to pass marci's law in 2018. >> dana: kim is on the board of safe nest in our community so she knows these issues well. a heckler creating trouble while the vice president of the united states was speaking at the local culinary union hall. >> bill clinton bill clinton is a rapist. >> dana: you heard what he said. he was attacking hillary clinton's husband. there is an anti-clinton website. they offer to pay people for yelling those words at her rallies if they get on national television and you can hear them shouting in addition to the comments about bill clinton he was shouting about the website as well.
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stern? >> dana: that was more of a joke. this time they are paying people if those comments are played on national television. >> kim: we'll see if anything is yelled out on wednesday next week. local officials are gearing up for the big debate at unlv in the thomas and mack. one of the big things at hand is they want to keep everyone safe. security is their top priority during the final presidential debate coming up on wednesday. on patrol next wednesday night. metro saying they are paying extra attention to the rallies before the race. there is a lot of attention on both sides and it could escalate in a hurry. there are no credible threats. we do know that news 3 is your home for decision 2016. we're going to have full coverage of next week's debate live from the thomas and mack center. you can follow our coverage through election day.
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we're not on television. go to >> dana: they call it the scarriest haunted house in new york. why don't we send in jimmy fallon and kevin hart. it's priceless. >> kim: we're upping the cute
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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, d 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 i'm catherine cortez masto and i approve thisis message. they're bringing drugs, they're bringing crime, they're rapists. narrator: and joe heck says "i have high hopes
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i don't know what i said, aah... narrator: heck says he "completely supports" trump. i would bomb the [bleep] out of them. narrator: and heck? reporter: you trust him having his finger on the nuclear button? heck: i do. reporter: why do you say that? heck: why wouldn't i? narrator: donald trump and joe heck.
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>> kim: party time for the giant pandas turning one year old. what did they love the most the the same time. those pandas will return to china in four years. they were born in toronto in october of last year. >> dana: i've seen tom do the same thing when we put gummy bears in a box. >> tom: everything looking good as far as travel times. outside look shows smooth
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forecast we'll add a minute on as we get deeper into the rush hour. let's check weather kelly. >> kelly: cloudy skies out there. temperatures on the warmer side. 76 right now at bob miller middle school. here is what we're looking at for the kids on their way to school, warm cancel this afternoon >> dana: samsung expecting to take a big hit over its phone. how big? we'll let you know ahead. >> kim: new in our 6:00 hour the jaw dropping moment from america has got talent.
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>> kim: thailand begins its first day in some 70 years without a king. people across the shaken nation dressed in black as you can see following the death of the world's longest rgn united airlines. 20 united flights delayed, 7 cancelled worldwide because of an hour long problem with computer system. but by midnight our time united said the problem is fixed. let's hope so if you are flying today. >> kim: samsung is expecting to take a big loss over the stop of production of the note 7. it expects to lose $3 billion in
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march. samsung announcing this week that it's ending all production and sales of the note 7. it started when samsung recalled 2.5 million of the phones because of overheating batteries that could cause the device to catch fire. on the program yesterday you saw a note 7 smoking at the airport. they issued replacement phones but those phones also caught fire. >> dana: the dodgers against the nation's capitol. got the final two outs. the season is done.
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national championship series is saturday. >> kim: as we check in with tom, chris bryant and bryce harper the two local kids will not be facing off after all. >> tom: the hometown heroes not going any further they are year. we have one accident to the far southwest of the valley. watch out for that one. we'll take you into the bowl to check travel times. little slow on the southbound 15. 40 miles per hour getting down to travel times looks good on the southbound 15 and 215 coming in from durango and 515. won't be anything to slow you up. we have traffic and weather together. >> dana: bermuda sounds so nice. not yesterday. >> kelly: they got hit by hundred nicole. all the boats moved out so they could not get slam asked up against the docks.
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winds 115 as it pounded the island. the eye went just a little to the east of the island. look at this video. they got the brunt of it. fortunely bermuda has good infrastructure and is used to this weather. they handled the whole thing pretty well. there is some damage. a lot of people without power. they are going to have to do a little bit of a cleanup but overall they handled it pretty especially when you consider what hurricane matthew did just last week. here is a look outside in mesquite. we started out yesterday tons of sunshine, clouds rolling in during the afternoon, getting thicker in the evening. more clouds out there today and bigger strong winds on the way. green valley you are at 75.
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winds light. calm in some locations. not an issue right now. but they will be and here is why. big storm system moving into the pacific northwest. look at that swirl. showers in seattle and portland. for us we're seeing the clouds right now but by 11:00 this morning that is when we're going to see the winds picking up. fire weather warning issued for most of clark county, lincoln county. we're looking at dry conditions heightened fire danger. indian springs 85 is your expected high today. tonight temperatures staying a little bit more on the mild side. primm 63 for your low temperature. our seven-day forecast, breezy conditions expected to continue through the weekend into monday. temperatures falling. 85 by monday or sunday.
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to quiet down middle of next week. >> kim: still to come cory feldman on "the today show" again. this was yesterday and he talks about how he was bullied because of that moment on live television. you are going to see what he had to say coming up. >> dana: bob dillon performing on the las vegas strip hours after finding out he won the nobel price. we'll tell you what he had to say >> kim: kevin hart and jimmy
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you love mcgriddles... but you don't love that you can't get them all day. but now you can get mcgriddles all day, and more. 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. ba da ba ba ba jim childs: one of the ways criminals avd ound 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; 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.
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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 and i approve this message.
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>> dana: time for the water cooler. there he is, bob dillon performing at the chelsea on the las vegas strip. earlier in the day, he won the nobel prize for literature yesterday. the first time a musician has ever won a nobel prize for literature. some people say that a singer song writer shouldn't be up for that award. bob dillon will take it nobel prize during a concert last night. his 90 minute performance included several well known songs with the anthem blowing in the wind drawing an enthusiastic response. at one point he said momma is in the factory, she's got no shoes. cory feldman performed to a different type of artist. cory feldman performed yesterday
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he dropped the american flag and people weren't down with it. he's having to apologize for it disrespect here. you might remember a similar performance last month. people were attacking him viciously on social media. >> kim: i think they were wondering if he was for real or spoofing. >> dana: it was for real. i saw this performance yesterday and his interview and he said he decided to come back. he wasn't going to let the
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to get out of bed because of all the criticism he received online. a tribute concert to prince brought out fans for a night of prince throwbacks. what better than that and a lot of purple there as well. people showed up in eccentric out fits. it featured musicians from the past several decades. stevie wonder was the celebrity lineup. >> kim: still to come this morning new in our 6:00 hour there is a professional hockey team paying tribute tie group of fallen police officers. we're going to take you there so you can see how it all unfolded. tracy potts from our nation's capitol focusing on decision 2016 and how the president and first lady are responding to donald trump and all of the
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a gorgeous live picture of the strip on your screen. as a marine combat veteran, i understand the sacrifices our military makes. our benefits are earned, and we rely on them. politicians like joe heck should understand that.
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risking critical services for nevada veterans. and during that shutdown, heck continued cashing his congressional paycheck. his military record deserves respect. but back in dc, joe heck is putting politics before nevada. and that doesn't work for me. narrator: vote vets is responsible for the content of this advertising. the desert is where bad guys go when they want to make evidence disappear. but hiding the evidence won't help danny tarkanian.
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...or the scams against seniors he formed... or the $17 million judgment he never paid. he can try, but he can't make his record disappear. danny tarkanian: just a con man who can't bury the truth. house majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. >> dana: tracking shootings.
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way to keep tabs on how many people die in police shootings in our country. what is being done to change this? answers ahead. >> kim: big game. it was a big game for that local bryce harper. we have what is next for the hot shot. >> dana: in the words of bryce harper e let's go. they were saying that a lot night in the game. winner take all between the dodgers and nationals. >> kim: i wonder if he said that's a clown question yo. that's a bryce harper throwback. >> dana: traffic and weather every 10 minutes on the program. we're going to talk to kelly about the forecast. big changes ahead for the weekend. jeff has travel times but we begin up in sky 3 with tom this morning. >> tom: as we left we had report


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