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>> right now at 3:30. wet weather in las vegas. we've seen rain in the value yi. news 3 is your weather authority. >> there are great polls that have come out. i believe we're winning. >> trump's confidence. the republican candidate fully believes he's going to win the white house. who he spoke to today with just more than two weeks to go until election day. >> and the state of obamacare. the president's healthcare plan is under intense scrunity as open enrollment is set to begin
turning out to be the big story of today. >> news 3 is your weather authority. let's get to chloe beardsley with a look at conditions. >> it feels like we woke up in the pacific northwest this morning, and the rain showers, well, they're starting to taper now. but take a look at this band of moisture really trekking through southern nevada throughout the afternoon. as we get in closer, you can see it is lightning up when it comes to showers. mostly to the east of us, you see right there northeast direction at the moment with the showers coming out of the southwest. here's a look over the last few hours. we've seen off-and-on splashes of showers but more recently things are calming down in las vegas. you see the bulk of the moisture to the northeast of us now. there's more expected over the next few hours, though. you can see that activity just to the south of us right now. like i mentioned, the bulk of it is to the east of us and continuing to move in a
direction. we could see more pitter patter especially for our friends in the south and eastern end of the valley. here's what we're anticipating through monday night. those showers diminishing over the next few hours and we'll see clearer conditions overmight into -- overnight into tomorrow even way warmup on the way. but we're not completely done with the wet weather yet. we'll spell it out in the full forecast in a few >> thank you. and because of the weather, things are a little bit precarious on the roads. this is a map ha shows you real time traffic right now. a lot of you picking up your kids from school and looking forward to the end of your workday. you can look at this and budget extra time. 515, speeds at 39. if you think that's bad, right where north las vegas and the interchange happens, the slowest speed is 10 miles an hour.
area, 16 miles an area. the west side is doing bet you now at 40. once again the word of the day, slow down and be cautious. well, decision 2016 right now. republican presidential candidate donald trump believes he's leading in the race to the white house. >> trump joined farmers for a round table this morning in florida, a key battleground state in next month's election. >> great polls have just come out. i believe we're actually winning. [applause] >> if you read the new york times, and if you read some of the thees phony, dishonest papers. but if you read the stuff it's, like, what are we doing and wasting time for? the truth si think we're winning. >> trump is holding another rallyes in florida today hoping to pull out a win in the sunshine state. >> over on the democratic side it was a big day over the
north las vegas on sunday speaking to voters urging everybody to get out to the polls. >> you got to ace and you got a jack. but you've got to make sure to turnover the card by voting. >> well, the president was referring not only to hillary clinton but also senate candidate katherine core -- corte sam. speaking of the president, one of the centerpieces of his eight y i affordable care act. >> open enrollment opens next week. there are a lot of doubts plaguing his massive program. jeff maher joins us how some providers are offering coverage outside of affordable care act. >> reporter: insurance carriers warn nearly 1.5 million americans could soon lose their health insurance in the coming months as more and more insurers are a ban doing the program offering individual coverage
care act. >> this is where we're coming to a point in a next year or two where congress is going to have to intervene to fix it. >> reporter: recently several giants bailed out of the aca giving middle incomers, the self-employed, and small business owners less choices for insurance and most certainly higher premiums. >> those people are getting hit with the premiums, the lack of choice, and they don't have any recourse and have to paynd that's who is getting killed in this. >> reporter: a recent poll from dayser shows most american adults still have an unfavorable opinion about the affordable care act. 47 to 44 percent. in florida last week, president obama celebrated the anniversary of the aca with a speech jokingly comparing his program to the samsung galaxy 7 a smart phone known to explode and catch fire and something ment's pounced on. >> he said when one of these
smart phone and it has a few bugs they fix it and upgrade it until he catches fire. >> reporter: roughly 40 percent of the people in the program have a safety net of subsidize coverage. analysts say it's leaving the other 60 percent, taxpayers, footing the bill on financial life support. >> the way i describe it we're in danger of the boat being pulled under by an anchor that's too big. >> reporter: something the next president and congress must address. reporting. >> thank you. the precipitation is increasing security in wake of recent hackings to popular websites. and a virginia man is accused of trying to help a friend join isis. details now from the terrorism alert desk. >> reporter: from the terrorism alert december income washington, i'm michelle marsh, the fight to take back mosul from ios is intensifying. militants have responded bay
suicide car bombs in an effort to he distract forces from moving forward. the operation which began last week is expected to take weeks, if not months torsion drive isis from iraq's second largest city. the pentagon is spending $7 million to prevent it from being hacked. it's hired two companies to discover flaws and bugs in its systems. the two companies plan on running bug bouncing programs where they will invite people to attack the pentagon. an pleaded guilty to trying to help a friend join isis. the man was a jested in january after a government string operation. in court he admitted to driving his friend to the airport. that friend was going to syria to join isis. from the terrorism alert december income washington, i'm michelle marsh. >> the american academy just released new recommendations to redice the risk of sudden infant death syndrome.
places for baby to sleep. they can get stuck on the cushions or underneath a sleeping adult. aap says room sharing can reduce the risk of sids by half and recommends babies sleep in a crib at least the first six months in their parents' bedroom. skin to skin contact just afterbirth also helps. >> we know that skin to skin helps encourage breast feeding, against sleep redated death. >> the expert recommend giving babies pacifiers when they sleep a. voiding smoke, alcohol or use around the baby. they say following these suggestions have been shown to lower the risk for sleep related death. >> hundreds of people exercised their right to assemble wearing exercise pants. the crowd assembled in opposition to an op ed piece in an eastern rhode island newspaper where a man criticized
certain age or weight shouldn't be wearing them in public. a group of women and some very supportive men marched through the streets and marched right past the home of the editorial's author. >> this is way more than yoga pants. it's women fed up with the policing of our wardrobes. >> well, the man who wrote that op ed says it was just a joke. parade organizers say they're not buying the excuse. >> visiting the brand new smithsonian in washington, d.c. you're going to have to wait. the museum has sold out tickets through march of next year. administration is free but date specific tickets are require ford entry. museum officials initially expected around 7,000 per day but they're getting 30,000 people into their door ons a daily basis. wow. back here in the valley, southern nevada is now home to
>> the second location on craig opened their doors this morning for their grand opening. for fans of the restaurant it gives them another place to go without having to try making to the silverton hotel and casino where -- which is where the first cracker barrel was located. >> we don't quite live next door. the nearest one is 20 miles back home in indiana. we don't get tired of it, i don't think. >> well, that couple, gu what? they've been to more than 600 cracker barrels so far, yeah. they say if they need to they'll fly to check it out. that's a fan. they should get free for life. 600? well, an unlikely pair becomes close as a family. >> why a police officer and high school football player want to make their friendship an example for everyone to follow. >> yes, yes, yes. >> sometimes the little things mean the most.
that is so awesome! keep it pointing. >> just a little things mean so much to a dad who has had a lot of prayers for his son. that's luke burnham's finger after being hit by a car. he moved that finger for the first time. following months of physical rehab luke began to speak. he's out of the hospital back in school, working to complete his senior year of high school. you keep going, luke. well, the mother of a once cou twin calling the greatest moment of hr life. a new photo shows her cradling her 13-month-old son alone for the first time ever. he and his brother were separated in a series of surgeries that lasted 27 hours. she has yet to hold, anias, who is progressing slower than jadas.
have a bond they hope to serve as a strong familiar many for all of us. willie phelps shall from there he says officer king has been like a father his father never had, doing things a family would never do. >> hunting. taking him to eat. just taking him -- his family >> he always checks up on my stats and grades and make sure i'm doing good in school. he's always rooting for me. he roots for me home or away. >> we need each other. both officer king and phillips man to share their story. and hey, i wanted to bring you home and share what i did over the weekend. an inspiration night saturday at the nevada blind center.
there they are. you may not know t. but las vegas has a robust and thriving community built around those who are blind or have significant loss of eyesight. i got a chance to host the evening's ceremony. the broken spectacles is a band. they are amazing. they rocked that night, all sight impaired and rocked life for more information on this amazing group of people, go to the blind center's website. make sure to join the conversation. when you see somebody inspiring you, we want to bring to our viewers. good to facebook and search for us. >> time now for our check on the forecast. news 3 is your weather authority. chloe joins us now. >> it's pretty nice out there. it feels like we woke up in seattle this morning. i've got some good news, if you don't like the rain it's
bit. let's look outside right now. you can see cloudy skies in las vegas this afternoon. really different picture compared to our weather last week. remember that? where we saw wall-to-wall sunshine? those days --al least for today are goon. can you see the cloudy sky as cross the area. thanks to this rain this area of low pressure here you can see is drawing in that moisture from the pacific. so, thank you, a nice dose of showers across the valley. you see that band of moisture right here across southern nevada. it is starting to taper off a little bit right now. you can see the pro greg of this moisture -- progression of the moisture. we're starting to dry up over southern nevada. however, there's a chance we'll see a little bit more rain showers in the next few hours. here's a look at the moisture just to the south of us. you can see the rain making its way across the border. you can see it into nevada right there. a snap shot of where the heaviest rainfall is right now.
head city also. further up north, we've said goodbye to the showers. we're not going to see any impacts on these, because the storms are continuing to move in a northeasterly direction. so this is out of our way. however, we're still looking forward to seeing these showers migrate northeast through the region. as of now, we're looking pretty good and things are fairly dry. we'll see the pitter patter over the next few hours showers diminish across the area. good news there. and don't wash your cars just yet. we'll stay dry through wednesday but things will change as we continue our way through the work week. you can see variable rainfall totals across the area. some of the most abundant rainfall has fallen at mt. charleston. you see here at the elementary school an ench there as well as -- inch there as well as at the
temperatures outside are a lot cooler. you can see ranging from the low 60s all the way to the mid-60s on the east side of town. actually warmed up a few degrees within the last hour or so. winds are still fairly light and outside the valley we're cool at 67 7. mid-60s for lake meade. 64 for for the most part seeing light to variables winds this afternoon. looking head to the rest of the evening in las vegas, we'll start to see less clouds as the night progresses. after midnight we'll see partly cloudy skies with lows down into the low 60s in las vegas. we're expecting around 61 for overton. highs tomorrow will be a lot
by the afternoon. waking up to a few clouds in las vegas, we'll be in the upper 60s by 9:00. 77 by noon with winds out of the south west. up to 10. makeing it to around 82 in the afternoon temperatures above normal for this time of year. so, again, warming up nicely. and that warming trend will continue for most of the work week. just when you think it's going to stay like that, well, we've got another chance of showers headed our way by friday. and then aec us down in the week head by monday, bringing us increased winds. >> all right. thank you, chloe. well, girl scout cookies are thank you, chloe. well, girl scout cookies are coming to a breakfast aisle near putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. planned parenthood should absolutely be defunded. and congressman hardy said he supported trump 100%. like trump, hardy opposed legislation
>> do you love girl scout cookies? guess what? you'll be able to eat it in breakfast form. >> girl scouts of america and general mills have teamed up to create a cereal. the news was uncovered by an instagram account called candy hunting. >> you thought you had avoided every attemptation out there, there's a new one. the cereals will be available
i think i coo crush a little of that over some ice cream, too, maybe. >> that does sound good. >> now we have to worry about this attempt axe year round. >> chloe dorks vey favorite? >> i like the thin mints. but i'm sad but excited because breakfast is
the only healthy meal i eat. now it's ruined. >> thank you, girl counts. >> it's ok. i'm all for it. >> family feud is coming and the conversation doesn't end with the show
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