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>> anchor: right now on news 3 live today. will it be a chain reaction? jurors in oregon cleared bundy brothers if a role in a standoff in oregon. will it add tension to the case here in nevada. let you know in a report ahead. and disturbing video if inside of recorded people naked inside. the images of the suspect caught on his own cameras. and more e-mail, high tech way a political group encourages young people to head to the polls. news 3 live today starts right now. >> live from las vegas, this is news 3 today. >> anchor: good morning. happy saturday morning to you. i am kyndell nunley.
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going into the holiday weekend. we will begin with images, shocking invasion of privacy you will see right here on news 3. we have exclusive video if inside of the rental home of the man accused of secretly recording guests that rented through air bnb. we decided not on air all the video out of respect for the victims in this case. investigators say christopher rodgers is a man you see right here adjusting the peckcos and warm springs. he faces multiple accounts. prosecutors said he recorded fully nude men and women inside of the bathrooms and bedrooms with cameras hidden inside of smoke debtors. grand jury transcripts reveal he let a group of women stay at the home for free. as long as they posted photos of themselves on social media and tagged a offended business.
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wednesday in the case. and acquittal of the bundy brothers fuels new concerns this morning. as news 3 nathan o'neal explains some are wondering if not guilty verdict in the trial over in oregon standoff could have a reaction right here in nevada. >> reporter: nevada ranchers bande and company found not guilty on charges connected to the 41 day armed standoff with the feds in oregon. that's what this case is about. it is okay to say no to the government. >> reporter: february take in a shoot-out. for some not guilty ruling shocking. one juror saying it came down to the prosecution failure to prove conspiracy. >> for most nevadians not only is this verdict surprising but concerning. >> reporter: andy director of the conservation league. he is worried the ruling could serve as a duly action for bundy supporters everywhere. putting federal workers at-risk.
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that this gives people the clearance to go ahead and take actions again. >> reporter: same thing nevada witnessed in bunkerville 2014 with bundy in an intense standoff with the feds. >> it left the -- lets government agencies know americans will stand up. >> reporter: it is unclear how oregon ruling may impact the nevada trial but they remind us for now bundys are locked up. >> most serious charges against bundys and allies are awaiting them here in nevada. >> anchor: and bundy case right here in nevada expected to start in early 2017. bundy supporters will have hopes that it will be dismissed and others expect it to be a long and expensive trial. and let's turn the attention to the weather. the weather authority. jerry brown. nice day ahead? >> weather: it is looking nice to me. yeah. we will get windy tomorrow
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let's look at some current conditions right now. right here at the downtown studios. downtown las vegas. it is convict degrees. pleasant. we have 50s in outlying areas. and humidity is way up there. few clouds around. but we are talking about mainly sunny conditions today. and it really will be a nice one. we have storminess out in the pacific you can see. noticeable. and that's bringing, well, not a lot of picnics up in portland and seattle today. for us. you can see the rain here. it wasn't likely yesterday. cleaned up the atmosphere. that's moved out and we will reap the rewards today. very nice. sunny. this morning. by 9:00. 70 degrees. few more clouds in this afternoon. by 1:00, mainly sunny and 78. 79 by 5:00. i think it will be partly cloudy by then and plenty of sun. down from an afternoon high of 81. pretty much chamber of commerce weather. tomorrow afternoon, though,
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but we are going to pick up some winds. talk about that. and work week ahead. and halloween, whole. bit ahead in weather. back to you. >> anchor: all right. jerry thank you. we are looking forward to it. go to decision 2016. a former miss utah that said donald trump was sexually inappropriate toward her said that she is ready if republican nominee tries to sue her. temple taggert announced she hired gloria alurate represent her. and taggert said that trump kissed her on the mouth while she was competing in miss usa pageant. she also said he kissd and hugged her when two met in new york to discuss modeling agencies as well. >>i felt like mr. trump was trying to silence all the accusers who came forward. as well as others that may be thinking of coming forward. that's when i felt enough is enough. and i needed to stand up to donald trump. i feel he is trying to bull three and frighten us into silence.
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work with me. >> anchor: trump has suggested he would sue taggert and any other women making similar claims. he also adds the claims are false and created by hillary clinton's campaign. and speaking of hillary clinton. she is now urging the fbi to immediately release the full facts surrounding newly discovered e-mails. clinton held a news conference in iowa yesterday to speak about the investigation into her private server. democratic nominee said that she is confi investigation won't find any information to prompt information to change a conclusion not to file criminal charges against her. according to multiple officials new e-mails were discovered as part of a separate investigation into congressman weiner that happens to be the estranged husband of clinton's top aide. and nevada matters when it comes to decision 2016. to prove it, vice-president joe biden is in the valley this morning. he is rallying for hillary
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doors open at 9:00 at the council of carpenters, and it starts this morning at 11:00 a.m.. and tomorrow morning, donald trump will be in town, also for a rally that is over at the venetian. doors open at 8:00 in the morning. he is scheduled to speak at 11:00 a.m. as well. and now we are also having a one-on-one interview with joe biden and donald trump. for more information on both events and how you can attend. go to our website, and final campaign push is on high gear for both parties. and paper flyers in your mailbox, get this. may be outdated. newest trend digital is complete with screen. new mailer they are using used to catch the eye of millennial voters that want to gain support. for get, this hillary clinton. traveling commercial features young faces speaking on immigration and inequality.
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voting block, more than baby boomers. >> anchor: now the digital mailers are one strategy of targeting young voters. getting the youth involved with campaigning is another strategy used by both sides. over 20 students from clark county schools alone have been interning with tar canian campaign since the primaries. coming up. flames erupt on two planes at two different major american airports this week. what straight ahead. and live shot from wrigley field in chicago. more on your sports. we have the updates and we are talking the world series. and a tribute to late jim parker. known as the vegas vampire. he passed away earlier this year. we have a halloween flashback in late night tv. news 3 live today will be right back. jim dunlap: too many nevada police officers
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the truth is, we make it too easy for criminals and the dangerously mentally ill to buy guns. they get them at gun shows or online from strangers, no questions asked. so here's something we can do to honor the fallen: close the background check loophole. that will help prevent future cop killings. it works. in states that have closed the loophole, nearly half as many police officers have been shot and killed in the line of duty. background checks save lives. v.o.: yes on question one. i alone can fix it! i like people that weren't captured, okay? he's a mexican! she ate like a pig... i moved on her like a [bleep] i did not say that... i love war. yes, including with nukes. blood coming out of her... they're rapists... wrong. there has to be some form of punishment. such a nasty woman. i wanna be unpredictable. ...on 5th avenue and shoot somebody... she's a slob... i don't remember! and you can tell them to go [bleep] themselves! priorities usa action is responsible
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>> anchor: welcome back. an american airlines jet aborted take off yesterday after it caught fire at o'hare. the dramatic scene all caught on camera as passengers rushed to escape when smoke and fire engulfed one side of the aircraft. nbc ron details. >> reporter: panicked passengers rushing off a burning american airlines jet at o's hair today. single fire urging one another to go. >> start to take off. we did not get in the air. right side engine blew. >> reporter: video captured by a passenger recorded frightening exit. some tumbling down the emergency chute. eventually standing in the grass off the runway watching the
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flames. >> oh, my god. >> american we are evacuating. >> reporter: chaos began as flight 383 rolled down the runway airline said headed for miami when right wing caught fire and partially collapsed. >> loud pop. and then flames. >> reporter: officials say all 161 passengers and nine crew members got off the plane safely flames on the other side of the aircraft. 20 passengers and one crew member suffered minor injuries and were taken to the hospital. >> we were 30 seconds into the safety video, about do not grab your luggage in an emergency. and probably seven or eight people that stopped grabbed luggage which made everyone fall forward. >> reporter: ground stop ordered bringing flight operations to a halt for some
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a hour later. >> anchor: this incident may bring back memories of a similar fire here at home in las vegas over at mccarran airport, that happened last year. when engine of a british airways jet caught fire before take off. happy to report that no one was seriously injured in this incident either. now get this next one. caught on camera. another scare, on a busy runway. that is at the federal cargo plane caught on fire upon arrival at my goodness. this happened yesterday afternoon. witnesses say the plane exploded while on that runway. causing the engine to separate from the rest of the aircraft. the plane's left wing was also heavily damaged. thankfully no reports of injuries in this incident as well. and another caught on camera moment.
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driver after the car caught on fire. police body cam video showed the officer coming to the aid of the 87-year-old woman. officers say that she was driving on a flat tire to see her doctor when the tire flared up. officer was able to get that woman out of the vehicle in time and even rescued the cane before putting out the fire himself. woman checked out for smoke inhalation and said to be doing okay. now bring you back home. here >> reporter: first world series game wrigley field since 1945 took place last night. tide last night. cleveland won. feels good. up 2-1. seven game series in history of baseball 2. -1 leader, 77 percent of the time. they have won the series. great night at wrigley. wind howling. making for tricky ball. no score in the seventh 2. on for cleveland. pinch hitter cocoa crisp
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one gunned down at third. bryant put the tag on there. one run. and bottom of the inning. man on third. chance to tie. grounds out to shore. stayed 1-0. until the bottom of the ninth. baez up again. base hit wins the game for cubs. facing the closer. cody alan he swings. bryant 0-3. cleveland up. game four tonight at 5:00. all right. and tonight's game. it will be a las vegas and hall of famer greg maddox on the hill for the cubs. not pitching but throwing out ceremonial first pitch. has not been on the mound in wrigley for a long time. drafted by cubs back in 1984. spent nine full seasons with them are. and 355 career wins. 133 of them with the cubs. so pitch comes shortly after 5:00 tonight. sprint can you be moves. martinsville tomorrow.
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brothers kurt and kyle arrive. pressure to crank it up next three weekends to make final 4 for last race november 20 in homestead. and not chase driver truex won the pole for second week. kyle starts ninth and kurt 23rd. so mighty golden state warriors well durant lost opening game to san antonio by 29 points tuesday. and took on new orleans last night. durant with the slam. 30-19. and rookie in the head band going the other way for golden state. three points for that turnover. bus rejected on the other side. warriors struggling. they managed to get the win to improve to 1-1. so a milestone night for las vegas native and football star donell pumfry. san diego state needed 135 yards against utah to become the fifth all-time leading rusher. got that in first half.
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the 40-13. and check out the company mr. pumfry is on. ron danube one overall and williams, dorset and williams all nfl careers. so we will see if mr. pumfry plays sunday next year. that's sports. back to you. >> anchor: all right randy. thank you. coming up here on news 3 live today. halloween version of the video vault. we are remembering the vegas presence on tv 60s and 70s. we go back. and plus the brothers celebrating 24 years right here in vegas, have more of the
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>> anchor: hello. welcome back. talking about weather authority time. now pretty good conditions for this halloween weekend. >> weather: yes. dry for trick-or-treaters. windy tomorrow. but that will be gone by monday evening. and rain came yesterday. just in time to get out of here for the weekend. we will have a lovely saturday look at the sky. 7:01 is official sunrise. so we have aways to go. but you can see the skies are brightening to the east. view from red rock resort in central valley. on the strip. 64. winds legible from the northwest. humidity is elevated. but it will come down. pleasant today. west tech noticeably cooler westside. 56 degrees out there. refreshing. you can open the windows. west-southwest wind at five.
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in the mid 60s. 65. winds are calm. temperatures across the valley. you can see generally lower 60s with 50s. upper 50s out in summerlin. and also north las vegas and northeast valley. alian tee and nelpolice upper 50s. regionally 60 over in mesquite. eastern clark county. it is 53 up on the mountain. 56 mesquite. 66, and mild down in boulder city. and we look at some official readings. top of the hour. 62 in la. 48 reno. 59 up in salt lake. notly not a lot going on. showers moving into new england. and also some rain up in the dakotas into minnesota. and that's what came through us yesterday. you can see that's moving off. we have a pretty good storm out here coming ashore. not good news for a weekend planners up in the pacific northwest. for us it is just going to be a wind event. our winds will kick up
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pretty nice be weekend on behalf. and here is the forecast radar model. shows rain moving up here sunday. well to the northwest of the las vegas valley. and we will keep an eye on parts of northern night and central up to lincoln, and he is maralda county. and possibility for showers. but for the valley. no problem. not at all. so we take a look at our temperatures today. pretty nice. upper 70s to lower 80s. clark county. warmer. >> 80ish in pahrump. and 76 up in indian springs. for us here in the valley. go 81. mostly sunny with some afternoon clouds developing. but no big deal. more clouds the mere year. 61 degrees up on the mountain where it will be breezy. southwest winds 15 to 25 miles an hour. 61 up at the lodge. to around 78 at red rock. down on the lake. mid 80s. water temperature is 71. a lot of sunshine.
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boat. and mid 60s overnight. our normal is 53 tomorrow morning. so we are seasonably mild. no doubt about that. but we are going to get into the 50s here in the city this week. this is the seven-day forecast. and you can see noticeably cooler by monday. halloween day. and should be pretty nice for trick-or-treaters. 70s for the rest of the week. really a nice week on behalf. let's get through a few winds tomorrow afternoon. >> anchor: we will take it. looksic or treaters monday evening. moving to on rip off alert, it seems so many of us have got that call. scammer claiming to be from irs and some other government organization and saying you need on pay up and fast. well officials have announced a huge step to keep you and your loved ones safe. marie mortera has it in rip off alert. >> reporter: dozens of people indicted in a multi-million dollar call scam.
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scams. >> reporter: officials announcing 60 people and entities now facing charges for alleged involve n a transnational criminal organization. >> more than 15,000 victims including many new immigrants to united states, and elderly, were targeted by a complex fraud scheme involving a network of call centers, originating in india. >> reporter: group said defendants allegedly called their victims claiming to be from irs or u.s.ship citizen hip and immigration >> we are only as good as our word. when if appears as if we are doing business over the phone in a threatening or fraudulent manner it reflects poorly on what we are trying to pressure. >> reporter: scheme so many know all too well. >> i relive it occasionally. thinking that how, you know, how could i be so stupid to not realize that this was a scam. >> reporter: a washington d.c. victim that did not want to be identified said the caller claims to be from irs. threatening and tricking him in
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days. >>i am certainly not expecting any restitution, i just want to help put a stop to this. >> today's actions bring a sense of justice to the victims in this case, but this significant investigation will help to increase awareness for this type of fraud. >> reporter: with this rip off alert. marie mortera. >> anchor: welcome back. talk about halloween. we have on the phone. celebrating many years in vegas. people were not aware now they have to get up because about to get creepy here at news 3. >> very creepy. >> anchor: talk about the event. what does it mean you are the first and only r rated event here in las vegas? haunted attraction. >> you say it better than i do. first and ever r rated haunted
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far as scare factor and number one in u.s.. so nothing else you can find in las vegas that is like the freakling brothers. 17 years old or older. intense. we have a new attraction. vampire. more for all the ages but intense. and one thing we have at the trilogy of terror is ability to be really creative. and. >> anchor: i see someone on the screen that is in stuo with us. >> yes. >> anchor: now, whether it comes to at least the event. you will not want to give away much. because people will want to come out to get scared. but for someone that, you know, especially has never gone back or been, especially, what do you want to say to give them a snippet. what can you expect. >> something for everyone. but we do have the one and only haunted house for grown ups in the city. and because we are not at a
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corporate edict we have the freedom to do what we want. my dad started the company in 1992. duke. this is our 24th year. and we are still going strong. every year we try on up the annie and do something more cutting edge. and we feel like we are the edgiest show in town. and we have scares for young teenagers. couple of the attractions. and food trucks there. every night. cashman photo taking pictures. and we are expecting to have a great weekend and we would l halloween with us. >> anchor: sort of an overall experience. now, too, you were talking about this year, each year you want to annie up the experience. does it take all year. i am sure you plan november 1 for next year? >> it does. especially when we build a new show. last year we built covenant 13. and we started to work on that early. so each year we try to find ways to push the boundaries.
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with our shows. but it has given us worldwide attention. and the beauty of it is that really controversy for us means that 1 percent of the crowd is freaked out or thinks we have gone too as far and we love to scare people of the we are passionate about everything we do. everything you see at the show is original. we do not use ana matronics or prebot scares or movie scares already created. everytin crated ourselves. like these three characters. mary mcnasty and vampirera. and you can meet him at the gate of hell. >> anchor: no, thank you. it cost $14. >> tickets start at $14. gates of hell 15. and then 35 for a freak pass. you can go to all three shows. and you can buy a $10 line pass that includes one of the t-shirts. and you can get to the front of all the lines.
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closes at midnight. we are open until you have gone through all the attractions. >> anchor: through monday. >> halloween night is a big night. thank you. jim dunlap: too many nevada police officers have been killed in the last few years. iminals and the dangerously mentally ill to buy guns. they get them at gun shows or online from strangers, no questions asked. so here's something we can do to honor the fallen: close the background check loophole. that will help prevent future cop killings. it works. in states that have closed the loophole, nearly half as many police officers have been shot and killed in the line of duty. background checks save lives. v.o.: yes on question one. i spent 22 years in the air force,
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i heard that tape, that was the last straw. i don't want my granddaughter thinking it's okay to be... treated that way, and my grandson growing up thinking... that's how you should treat women. that scares me, that scares me a lot. so hillary's got my vote. we don't see eye to eye on everything, but she's strong, and i respect her. and she's someone that my grandkids can respect too.
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>> anchor: right now, news 3 live today. johnson and johnson involved in a lawsuit over baby powder and they are now facing a bigger issue. up next. how the company is facing more of the legal challenges. >> anchor: and the rain did not stop a shopping district from showing off newest attraction. we will have newest expansion from the village straight ahead. late night scary movie host with a distinct vegas flare. tom hawley remembers vegas vampire and man behind the mask. news 3 live today starts right now. >> live from las vegas, this is news 3 today. >> anchor: good morning. thank you for joining us.
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we know many of you will get outdoors and having fun. for the trick-or-treaters. in a bit. we will have weather authority straight ahead with jerry brown. as flu season starts people packing offices and clinics to get a shot in delaware people can roll down the car windows and roll up the cleves. all thanks to a drive-thru flu shot clinic. this year hundreds of people got shots for free without having to leave their car. >> it is i was nervous. but it is real deal or not. >> anchor: all right. so might not be as tasty as a burger and fries. but drivers say that definitely their health is a top priority. they say patients should get shots soon to give the immune system time to adjust. coming straight from doctors. turn our attention back to home. jerry brown is your weather authority. good conditions, right? today but through the week possibly? >> weather: i would say
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winds tomorrow afternoon. but we can handle, that otherwise, beautiful. rains came and went before the weekend. perfect timing. and we have got some beautiful october weather. go to it. and take a look from springs preserve east. 7:01 sunrise. our skies are brightening to the east. as you can see. springs preserve. meadow mall. 59 degrees with calm winds. 76 percent the relative humidity. that figures sho low 60s predominateing in the valley. we have 50s out in summerlin and up to northeast valley. nellis and alian tee. 53 mountain. mid 50s pahrump. mid 50s mesquite. and mid 60s over in boulder city. and storm out in the ocean. that's going to kick up our winds tomorrow. not going to have any discernible affect today. but beautiful today. slight increase in clouds this afternoon. but you will see the moisture that was here yesterday well
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just chamber of commerce conditions. 70 9:00. upper 70s early afternoon. by late afternoon, 79 degrees. there will be a few more clouds. but who cares? few clouds is nice. 81 for a high today. we will be in low 80s tomorrow. but we will throw in winds. so more interesting forecast. i don't think the halloween trick-or-treaters will have a problem either. talk about that ahead in weather. kyndell? >> anchor: thank you jerry. as long as candy is involved. get this. drivers wonder what is next. they are monitoring the carnato detour so no driver is lost in process. good news to report. another project recently wrapped up. workers put final touches on flamingo corridor. 14-mile project. that added new bus and bike lanes, and improved crosswalks and low maintenance medians. give yourself extra time when traveling this morning.
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spaghetti bowl area. and one of the valley's most upscale shopping centers celebrates the completion of its second phase. workers finished second part of tivoli village westside of town. project plan began back in 2005 and recession actually pushed it back a few years. the completed project is still not finished. a third phase is now in the works. and back now with a massive $70 million verdict over a product millions have used for decades. lawsuit that claimed johnson & johnson failed to warn the public about a link between popular talcom baby powder and cancer. now as stephanie explains company faces thousands more of the legal challenges. >> johnson baby powder has been around since 1894. one of the country's most recognizable products. for the fourth time a jury has ruled that johnson and johnson failed to inform the public
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product. a warning deborah keany california woman diagnosed with stage four ovarian cancer, $70 million in damages. >> it has been a long fought battle. >> reporter: for decades she used the product for feminine hygiene. >> i hope that johnson & johnson will step up and take responsibility. and post a warning on their product that said "this is not >> johnson & johnson said we deeply sympathize with women and families affected. we will appeal the verdict because we are guided by the science. which supports the safety of johnson's baby powder. american cancer society said that scientific findings have been mixed. and adding for any individual woman f there is an increased risk, overall increase is likely to be very small. johnson & johnson is appealing
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$200 million in damages. but it is suggested in having two cases in new jersey thrown out by a judge that ruled there is no reliable scientific evidence to support the claims. still, the fight is not over. >> this was the goal for me to help bring awareness. i think i accomplished that. doing my little part. >> reporter: her case helped to generate many more. now nearly 2000 other women like deborah keany have filed suits. stephanie gosk, new york. >> and coming up right. here on news 3. late night scary movie host with a reporting dislas vegas flare. tom hawley remembers the man and man behind the makeup. downtown summerlin hosting a free event for the kids to enjoy this halloween. what that is. we willl l narrator: the target... seniors. danny tarkanian set up thirteen fake charities that preyed on
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millions from the scams danny tarkanian helped set up. jacky rosen has always led with integrity. in congress, jacky rosen will protect seniors and strengthen social security. and jacky rosen will always be responsible with your tax dollars. jacky rosen: i'm jacky rosen and i approved this message. "she's a slob." "she ate like a pig." "i'd look her right in that fat, ugly face of hers..." donald trump calls women "bimbos", "dogs", and "fat pigs." but congressman crescent hardy said he'd support donald trump 100%. nevada, there's a better choice: ruben kihuen. kihuen pushed to crack down on employers who pay women less than men.
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house majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. i'm catherine cortez masto and i approve this message. i don't know what i said, ahh, i don't remember. narrator: and joe heck says i have "high hopes we'll see trump: you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever. narrator: heck says he "completely supports" trump. i love war in a certain way. narrator: and heck? reporter: do 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. wrong for nevada.
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turkey president and other dignitaries today marked a public day to celebrate founding of the country. official ceremony took place where the president laid a ceremonial wreath. republic of turkey founded on october 29, 1923. and moving around. countdown to christmas began in republic with start of the annual carp harvest. look at all of t fishermen harvest carp and pike from the pond in the country's south yesterday. men catching by beating the water with sticks is a century old practice. most people in the nation of 10 million have hardly imagine christmas without carp. it is served in fish soup and fried with bread crumbs on christmas eve. >> anchor: and bringing it back home. one of the great las vegas local tv personalities of the 60s and 70s. packed away in june.
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appropriate time to pay tribute. tom hawley sat down with jim parker five years ago. while he worked as a dj and newsman. many locals knew him as best vampire here in vegas. >> welcome again to the graveyard. i spent a lot of time here. it is nice to be among old friends. >> vegas vampire the persona, in real-life jim parke locally as a reporter at this station. >> we did some with channel 3. news director for court radio. and am, fm. >> he switched gears and don black clothes and makeup and had side kick characters. >> another ghastly friend. >> good evening, i have an apostle from the countess. >> when i ran into that, i did not make that noise.
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>> the woman on the left is comedian fay mckay, one thing parker had that counterparts did not was las vegas access to celebrities. >> my number one fan was a one eyed jewish black man. does that ring a bell? sammy davis junior. he was my and another junior, sinatra junior. >> i see the vampire sinatra. hello vegas fans. >> this time of year, halloween weekend vegas vampire was especially in demand. >> there was a place called wonder world, they had a chain of stones happened town. we would go from one to the other. appear here. appear there. it was fun. >> fun important because at the
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parker a simple goal. >> make people laugh. put the spirit of fun into it. even if they did have a hard way to go in life. >> all right. so let's stick with this theme of halloween. coming up here on news 3. halloween costumes and babies, definitely something that people do not want to miss. how one hospital is dressing up a newborn this halloween. so cute. and coming up. downtown summerlin is hosting a free event for halloween.
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hillary clinton: far too many families today don't earn what they need and don't have the opportunitities they deserve. i believe familieses deserve quality education for their kids, childcare they can trust and afford, equal pay for women, and jobs they can really live on. people ask me what will be different if i'm president? well kids and families have been the passion of my life and they will be the
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>> anchor: good morning. welcome back. 6:45. jerry brown is the weather author. we are talking halloween. little ones and parents definitely wondering what conditions will be like starting tonight even through monday.
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night i am assuming most of the kids willing be out. six to eight. 65 to 70 degrees. with no problems with precipitation or wind. i can remember, i have taken my son out. some cold halloweens. so this will be good, i think, on balance. no over coach. maybe a light pull over. all right. go over and take a look at our skies here. this is the view from red rock. and we will look to the east. 7:01 impending sunrise. you can see tha brightening. not a lot of clouds to talk about. sunny. at least first half of the day. and few clouds working in, in the afternoon. central valley, sahara and 15 south of the infamous spaghetti bowl. 60 degrees. winds are calm. humidity up there. but it should come down. pleasant today. on the westside. saint liz eth about, lake mead. 58 degrees. noticeably cooler. dewpoint is 52. down in summerlin, seven hills,
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60, sunrise manner in northeast valley. 59 at summerlin's palo verde high and 61 in spring valley. not a great temperature range. airport is warmest. in paradise, closest to airport at 64. you can see milder out there. and 53 up on the mountain. 54 pahrump. 58 mesquite. 65 in boulder city. nationally not a lot going on. some showers over new england. and also up over the dakotas and minnesota. moving out of idaho. moisture that went through here. we have a storm out in the pacific. you can see counter-clockwise swirl. that kicks up the winds. not a rain event for us. not here in the valley. and you can see we are in the clear. forecast models do put some rain up to the northwest tomorrow. so up to central nevada. that could be problematic. we will keep an eye on that. do not worry here in clark county. as we are looking pretty for the next few days.
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chamber of commerce type stuff. upper 70s to lower 80s across southern nevada. 60s when you head up to tonopah. 81 in the valley with mostly sunny skies. few afternoon clouds developing. up on the mountain. breezy up there. southwest winds 15 to 25. low 60s up at the lodge, to about 78 in red rock. should be a good day for hikers. and 86 down on the lake. you might get in water spots. water temperature now at 71. overnight tonight. clouds seasonably mild. look at this. normal is 53. talking about temperatures in the mid 60s. and let's look at the seven-day forecast. and you can see. big cool down. for halloween. but nothing really dramatic. i mean we will still be in the lower 70s. which is optimum. as i said for trick-or-treaters between six and eight, 65 to 70 degrees. pretty nice work week setting up kyndell. >> anchor: we will take it. thank you so much. sticking with theme of
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costumes. and one kid on halloween get up is more than meets the eye. jeremy has a take a look at this. >> anchor: all right. so a bit of technical difficulty there. we will try to get you, at least, images of little ones later. but let's talk about 53 testimony lee event. bringing things back at home. downtown summerlin. this is heyly. you an event for families across the valley to come down to the
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trick-or-treating fun. >> yes. monday october 31. for halloween. we are bringing back our annual treat street. so we are inviting our tenants and our restaurants to pass out candy to the kids. we have a bunch of fun activities as well. >> let's talk about not only family friendly and furry friends as well? >> we have partnered with animal foundation for a pet costume contest. twenty dollars a dog. and foundation and you have a great opportunity to win prizes. from downtown summerlin. >> anchor: you know we obviously, know, as you can see, cute faces there. some of the scary ones. and super heroes. we love to see little ones dressing up. but people love to dress up the animals. creative ideas out there. >> they do. something else new this year is partnered with food allergy research and education. for the teal pumpkin project.
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so a bunch of toys and things like that located in the dining royal for children with allergy. so every child has fun stuff. >> anchor: my goodness. i don't know how much people, especially when handing out candy go from door-to-door think of that. so special i am sure for little ones out there. what do you want to say to families that have never gone before. >> come out. we will have a bunch of carnival games for kids. complimentary. teal pumpkin animal costume contest. and partnering with jaguar, with clifford that shows pop up and charlie brown great pumpkin. >> anchor: big portion of this is the safety of when you are out trick-or-treating. this is a space where no vehicles are out and about. and lots of people making sure that everyone is doing what they are supposed to be doing. >> absolutely. close down the streets.
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everyone. metro and fire is out as well. so it will be a great event passing out candy. >> anchor: admission fee for trick or treaters. >> no. free to general public. >> anchor: one more time of the get the dates and times out there. we will put them on the screen as well. four to 7:00 on monday. have a happy halloween treat street at downtown summerlin. thank you so much. >> thank you. i alone can fix it! bomb thehe [bleep] out of 'em. i'd like to punch him in the face. i like people that weren't captured, okay? he's a mexican!
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ohio artist reveals her annual pumpkin celebrity. jeanette barra has been making celebrity pumpkins since 19 88. she said she selects a celebrity that is a hospital topic at that time and keeps it a secret until before halloween. so this year's winner, any surprise here? this is presidential candidate, republican donald trump and democrat hillary clinton. there is an added bonus by president vladamir putin. each pumpkin starts out as giant canvas. barra said during the stressful political season she is glad to help lift spirits with laughs. and you can see quite an artistic work there. some super babies. i promised you would get it. super costumes. one kid's halloween get up is more than meets the eye. here is jerry roth.
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so we are still having technical difficulty. we will get it on our website, but you saw a taste of it heading to break. little ones dressed up for halloween. all right. so let's actually go to bringing up your forecast there. >> weather: how about that? is that chamber of commerce stuff or what? 81 degrees. fuse afternoon clouds. no big deal. south winds 5 to 10. and it really only gets better. i mean look a 83 tomorrow. we will pick up some winds kyndell tomorrow afternoon. so get set. 15 to 25. maybe 30 miles an hour breeze. i think, we can handle, that that will cool us off. that slows us down to 70s with overnight lows in the 50s. halloween is noticeably cooler than this weekend. i still think optimum time for trick-or-treating with little ones that's what it is all about. six to 8:00. 65 to 70. as i said earlier i remember taking out my son.
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halloweens. so it will cool down. it is really, really quite nice. this week. we deserve the 70s. we have been way above normal this month. >> even then we still are, right? which is good. like you said for families. but we have been waiting for this fall cool off for quite awhile. >> weather: pretty much on schedule. since beginning of november. halloween last day of october. so it will cool down maybe one day early. staying in there. warming up going into next but 70s and 50s, that's a split that a lot of people think is optimal. and really beautiful. we have had beautiful october here. we will have a beautiful november. i am optimistic. >> anchor: as we pointed out. when it comes to halloween conditions. we have a bit of sprinkles yesterday. so, i guess, good thing is getting through next couple of days. definitely that's behind us. any chances of anything like that going on. >> there is a chance tomorrow afternoon for showers.
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nye county to lincoln -- not threatening clark. but, yeah, what can i say, nice typical fall-like weather. >> anchor: we have been
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