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and took off here each year. >> reporter: now 525,000 flights bring in about 45 million passengers to the las vegas valley each year. the men and women working in the nearly $100 million tower already seeing major changes. better views and better equipment makes our skies safer. rosemary is the director of aviation for clark county. >> it's really important to us in las vegas because type of traffic that we have. >> reporter: during peak time, 16 controllers are working. making sure every take-off and landing runs smoothly. senator harry reid was on hand for the dedication and said this tower did much more for las vegas. >> this facility has created most of the jobs in southern nevada. this airport has added thousands
to construct, in part because of major construction defect and two government shutdowns. it's the second largest tower in the country, standing 352 feet. the faa moved in at the end of august but today's ribbon-cutting marked the official opening. sergio avila, news 3. if voters are concerned about election fraud that the contest could be rigged, the fbi special agent here in charge in las vegas said your vote is safe. with the fbi in about the nevada election integrity task force. their goal is to assure voters the process is secure. >> nevada automatic rises the most reliable, secure system in the world. >> when we looked over the history of elections, i think you will find nastiness all the way back. >> they refused to say if the concerns are being driven by
over and over that the process is rig. when the secretary, cegavske, just blamed social media for unfounded fears. three dozen states are asking for help with voting system cybersecurity heading into the election, 20 states have reported attempted hacks into the system. the department of homeland security says it can take up to two weeks from the time is a receives authorization to run the scans and identify vulnerabilities t can take anothe w any vulnerabilities. a somber day in palm springs as thousands gathered to pay tribute to two fallen heroes. the memorial service was held for the officers today. nearly 10,000 people april t april -- attended. they were killed while responding to a domestic violence call on october 8th. they are police officers in palm springs. police say 26-year-old john felix opened fire on the
we can tell you, we found that he does have a history of mental issues. the mississippi teacher caught on video dragging a special needs student by her hair has been fired. the board voted to terminate linda winters johnson. this cell phone video shows her grabbing the student's hair and dragging that student across the gym. the teacher was paid leave. the police are still investigating. no charges have been filed. a woman had her pours stolen in dodd -- a woman had per purse stolen in broad daylight whale she was pumping gas. the guy grabs her purse and takes off. the victim never noticed. she said she lost about $600 in
purse. plus her keys to her house. she's had to change the keys to her house. the transportation department is proposing that airlines be required to refund fees when checked bags are substantially delayed. the department says it's issuing a rule that would force airlines to report flight delays by all of the planes that fly under that banner. major for the larger airlines in their reports to the government. millions of senior citizens who rely on social security will get a monthly increase in benefits of just 3/10 of a percent next year. about $4 a month. it's the fifth year of historically low raises. the cost of living raise effects one in five americans. watch a football game these
d parenthood should absolutely y be defund. and congressman hardy said he supported trump 100%. like trump, hardy opposed legislation to ensure equal pay. and hardy fought to defund planned parenthood, just like trump. ruben kihuen respects women. kihuen fought for equal pay for equal work. and ruben kihuen will protect our right to make our own health decisions. dccc is responsible for the content of this advertising. i'm catherine cortez masto and i approve this message. i'm catherine cortez masto narrator: 2013: joe heck votes to shut down the government, risking vital services for thousands of nevada seniors and veterans. but as federal employees like air traffic controllers worked 16 days without pay, joe heck continues to cash his paycheck... even as 244 members of congress refused their pay. joe heck says he deserves it.
all right. you rock n' roll fans, the list is out for the hall of fame. the nominees for 2017, you are one of them? >> absolutely. tupak, janet jackson and pearl jam. ? >> seattle-based band there. no big deal. [laughter] >> today they announced 19 bands up for typically five to seven of them are chosen. other nominees for the class of 2017 include chaka khan, journey, stepin' wolf. the cars, one of my classic favorites and elo, the electric light orchestra. to be eligible, artists or bands must have released their first recording at least 25 years
eligibility. >> get this -- this is strange days after done dylan was awarded the nobel peace prize, the swedish academy can't get ahold of him. the academy has been in touch with bob dylan's management but have not heard back from him himself. the party will still go on even it's in stockholm where they receive the award. this is bob dylan receiving the presidential medal there. he showed up for president obama. he was just in concert here if you are keeping track, in las vegas. but he's remained silent about this latest accolade. >> as you know, he was here in town playing last week and we tried as hard as we could to get an interview with him. we thought it would be
had absolutely zero interest. >> you got donald trump but could not get bob dylan. >> could not. >> you are slipping. let's take a look at what's coming up at 7:00 a terrifying trip to the grocery store for a woman in texas. someone tried to snatch her baby right out of the cart. you are watching it happen here. plus -- some of the most iconic footwear in film history, dorothy's ruby slippers. recognize those? we need to their step. it's an expensive process. how people are raising money. dental sealants are effective for sealing cavities in children. they can last up to a decade we're told. the cdc reports about 60% of elementary school-age the kids don't have them and low-income families are less likely to get them. kids without them have three times more cavities than
pretty interesting there. i have twins that kevin janison always encourages to go for ice cream. >> yes. he's a very bad influence whenever they come by the station. >> they have the sealants. >> this is in mount hood. kind of -- some of the first snowfall of the season. these snowboarders set out on two-hour trek. no lifts running yet. so they hiked up mount h then rode back on the fresh snow. beautiful country up in oregon. i have family in town from there now. >> beautiful snow to see there. we won't have any snow on the las vegas strip any time soon. >> never say never. >> really? >> in 2008, we had the snow in green valley. 8 inches of snow. but it's always more fun to play with it in october than april. great view, speaking of the
las vegas valley. still recovering from the weekend winds. the breeze is expected tomorrow. nowhere near as strong. a few gusts around 30 miles an hour. but nowhere near like the weekend. down goes the sun earlier and earlier. carey and hollywood, 79. quite comfortable. peak gust 0 today only 13 miles an hour. bolder city, 74. and one mor relative humidity. the winds, not much of a factor today. we've had a couple gusts 10, 15. that's about it. they are pretty quiet all around southern nevada. beattie is blowing at 10. that changes tomorrow. it changes later tonight around midnight. we're talking 10, 15 with a few gusts over 20. maybe a few gusts around 30 tomorrow. we'll still get to about 80 degrees after the start in the low to mid-60s depending
house. remember, the base, the sustained winds. we'll get those stronger gusts in a few neighborhoods experiencing them to 30 miles an hour. cloud-wise, they are going to the north. an area of high pressure will come in and anchor itself, not necessarily tomorrow but by thursday and that's going to do a couple of things. keep the clouds and there are plenty of them way up to the north. that's number one. number two it's gonna allow the temperature to jump. we're talking about highs this weekend up around 90 degres be 90 degrees. welcome to southern nevada. mid-50s up in reno. salt lake at 51. phoenix checking in at 87. high temperatures tomorrow, how about southern california into the 80s? 72 in san francisco. and reno and salt lake noticeably and normally cooler, 60s and 50s. going down to 33 on the mountain. .com down to 28. we have other 30s there.
85 at the lake. 76 in indian springs. clear and 61 overnight. now, we'll be calm wind-wise through the evening hours. the breezes pick up after midnight, we're talking 10, 15. tomorrow, look for a high temperature of 85. we'll get the breezes, a couple of gusts around 30 miles happen hour. but this is going to be a one-day-only special with the breezes. they will die down late tomorrow night. by thursday, we'll be calm. that's when the temperature starts to ramp up. friday's high, 88, 90 on saturday. then it's possible that we could get a series of systems coming in from the pacific area. another one due in later next week. it will be a lot more active when we get to next week. enactive this week and that's a good thing. >> yeah. >> blue sky, sunshine, warm
complaint phone. >> might never ring. >> no excuses for me. i have to run. >> you do. i didn't want to say anything. [laughter] >> thank you. so technology is the way of the future. but this guy who is arguably the best coach in the nfl, he's going back to time. that is new england patriots coach bill belichick. he slammed down one of the side line tablets provided by the nfl earlier this month along with the poor play of his team, he was not happy with the pema he says they are not dependable and prone to glitches. so the patriots are going back to pen and paper on the side lines. the decision probably won't sit well with microsoft. the text giant says it respects belichick's choice but stands behind its project. time now for sports. amber joins us with more on this monumental task for unlv's
>> yes, and i run a lot as well. [laughter] >> when you are rebuilding a football program, there are a lot of milestones to reach. over the weekend, the rebels got their first win on the hawaiian island since 2000. they will look to win back-to-back conference games this weekend since 2013. they host the 3-4 colorado state rams at sam boyd stadium on saturday. unlv, the 2 to 3-point run the ball well. the difference, who can get it done inspect air. another question is one he posed himself at today's weekly press conference. >> i don't think the question is why is it hard to win back-to-back games? why is it hard to win two games at unlv. if you look at the history, i think sometimes we look at just the immediate immediacy of things and forget about the big
working to change. >> the city of cleveland is on a role and changing the losing culture of its teams. the indians were one win away by getting into the world series. the blue jays had something else in mind. cranks this to left center field. a solo shot. toronto had the lead, 1-0. top of the 5th, donald was the hero today. toronto would win 5-16789 the blue jays survived to see a game 5 which is tomorrow afternoon in toronto. you wave that little ponytail. and in l.a., the series between the dodgers and cubs are tied. the cubs are aware they don't have the support of the
of steve bartsman, the fan famous for interfering the game in 2006. bartman took the blunt of the game. he knows where to hit them where they it hurts and apparently it got under the bulls' skin. they would lose that game in overtime. will it get under the cubs' skin? we'll see in l.a. tonight. the cubs on twitter, though, fought back. their words. >> at 2:00 in the morning? >> after a few drinks. [laughter] >> let's let this thing die. >> leave me alone. >> a chance to hang out with an olympic champion. up next at 6:30, what these folks did to get this special opportunity. it's hard to make the past dissappear, but danny tarkanian is trying.
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a few breezes that will begin your day tomorrow might make it feel cooler. we're a spoiled weather whining lot. but 60 degrees and the breeze feel chillier than normal. we'll make it to the 80s. kelly will keep you updated on "news 3 today" beginning at 4:30 a.m. right now back to dude news. >> dude news continues. and a guy that got in trouble for -- well, a questionable dude. michael phelps a two-mile run in boston. how cool would that be? those who were there earned the right to be in the run. it was part of the 30 under 30 summit. the gold medalist says he's impressed with the turnout. >> it's getting kind of crazy. i never really, like, ran in a race, i guess before with that many people.
over people or get tripped. it's awesome to have the support, a lot of excitement. selfies were going crazy. >> he became a dad, got some more gold medals. turned it around. makes me want to run right now. >> yeah. i want to hang with michael phelps. that will wrap it up for us at 6:30. news 3 live at 7:00 is next. we'll tell you about a quick and easy way forve rid of a fire-prone cell phone before any get on a flight. for up-to-the-minute news any time you want, especially with the big debate now less than 24 hours away, check out our facebook and twitter pages.
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find out how this scary situation ended. all right. the time is near. one day before the final presidential debate here in las vegas. we can tell you the race is getting even harder to stomach. good evening. i'm reed cowan. >> i'm latoya silmon. the mud is flying between clinton and trump campaigns with new accusations of manipulation from the thomas & mack. >> reporter: donald trump campaigning today in colorado, a red state where he's lost his lead in the polls implied the presidency could be stolen. >> but they even rigged the election at the polling booths where so many cities are corrupt. >> reporter: mike pence went to the republican office firebombed in north carolina and called for trump's supporters to observe at the polls november 8th to