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clinton's e-mail scandal is back in the headlines. now that we're in the home stretch to the election. >> yes. james comey told congress on friday the bureau has discovered another batch of e-mails that may pertain to the investigation of clinton's private server and now some democrats are saying that disclosure may have broken the law. >> scott mclean has this report from washington. >> reporter: as hillary clinton's use of a private e-mail server is back in the spotlight, so is >> he's a policeman. he's not supposed to comment on the conduct of anybody. >> the fbi director today is keeps a commitment he made back several months ago that he would inform the congress if he continued the investigation. >> reporter: on friday, comey told congress bureau investigators are looking at a new batch of e-mails that may pertain to the clinton private server investigation. those e-mails were found on a computer belonging to anthony
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huma abedin. weiner is under investigation for allegedly sexting a minor. the news is breathing new light into donald trump's campaign. >> i have to give the fbi credit. that was so bad what happened originally, and it took guts for director comey to make the move that he made. >> reporter: but others question the move, including two former u.s. attorneys general. >> i really worry, the fbi director has made an error in judgment in terms >> reporter: and eric holder who called comey's disclosure a stunning breach of protocol. harry reid said comy may have violated a law barring employees doing their job to influence an election. the clinton campaign is still seething over what the head of the fbi did. the man who runs the campaign
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robert mook says james comey owes the to the american public to get as much information about the e-mails out and soon. he doesn't think this latest landmine will change the dynamics of the race. >> i don't think it does. first of all, a lot of nevadans and americans have already gone out to the polls and cast their vote. but this e-mail issue has been out there for a long time. secretary clinton said it was a mistake. i thinkp factor it into their decision already. >> the most reap sent polls -- recent polls have the race tied between clinton and trump. >> keep it here on election night. we're making big plans and keep you updated all night.
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in u.s. district court. the nevada democratic party alleges that trump supporters are tell yelling at voters if they are not voting for the republican candidate. a massive explosion near birmingham, alabama hurt at least seven people. this is from the colonial gas pipeline in shelby county. evacuation orders are in effect for a three-mile radius around this crews were working on the pipeline when it blew up. early voting continues through the 4th. so far, 291,000 registered voters have cast their ballots in clark county. this of the more than 1 million registered voters. i according to the sos's office, office -- to the secretary of state's office, 41% were
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with 43% democrats, 35% republicans. the manhunt is over for the man wanted for allegedly killing two people and injuring two police officers. michael vance the. he had been on the run since october 3rd. he was wanted for the murder of two relatives. he shot at two officers and took off. law enforcement spotted him in western oklahoma. they tried to pull him over. that's when gunfire broke out. vance died. they couse central italy. more significant damage being found following another powerful earthquake over the weekend. 15,000 people have applied for assistance so far following sunday's earthquake and the ones that hit last week we told you about. this video is from a town northeast of rome. no deaths or critical injuries have been reported so far. disturbing video of an
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it happened at the checkpoint. the suspect pulls out pepper spray and unleashes it on waiting officers. then as they start to run, the man described as having a lot of mental problems pulls out a machete from his bag and starts to swing it. police shot the man three times. he died a short time later. it's a tradition on your birthday, of course, to make a wish. >> yeah, but one boy used his wish to reach out to a grieving family. next his story of compassion and giving. and pro golfers from all over the world las vegas for the shriner's open. randy will have the preview in sports. and then we'll head to the district and check in with kevin janison who is hanging out with
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as a marine combat veteran, i understand the sacrififices our military makes.
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politicians like joe heck should understand that. narrator: joe heck voted to shut down the federal government, 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. it's hard to make the past dissappear, but danny tarkanian is tryryin.
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chances every time. the property taxes tarkanian skipped out on for years... the telemarketing scammers he represented... all those fake charities he helped set up. he can try all he wants, but danny tarkanian just can't bury his past. house majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. ads for joe heck are attacking my time as attorney general. the thing they left out is the truth. that's why i've been endorsed by law enforcement across nevada. i'm proud of my record cracking down on meth, protecting seniors from scams, and holding banks accountable for defrauding homeowners. i'm catherine cortez masto. i approve this message because i've spent my career solving problems.
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a little boy decided his birthday should be celebrated by giving back to others. >> how about that? he chose to raise money for a fallen deputy's family in kansas city. here's brian johnson with the story of a boy's generosity.
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royals. >> reporter: he has a heart heart of goldfully want to be a firefighter. i support cops and paramedics that die. >> reporter: each day he passes the memorial for deputy brian collins who die the last month line of duty. >> we have the same name. >> reporter: so when mom said this year she didn't want birthday presents to fill the house, he represented to raise $50. >> when she told me $3 35, i -- i was just really excited and -- so we could help his family. >> reporter: much of brian's inspiration comes from other royals' fans. >> i heard the marlins guy gave money to each of the firefighter guys. >> reporter: mom had proud of her son and grateful to a
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>> doing good for others pays off. that's where he seen it. he didn't come up with this out of the blue. he has seen other people do good things. >> brian johnson bringing us that one. the family says they are grateful for all of the sport they've received for people in their area and all over the country. let's take a look at some stories at7:00. a man sneaks into a panda enclosure at a zoo and gets more than he bargained for. and a beauty pageant like remembrance of the holocaust. those stories and any breaking news as it happens tonight at 7:00. could be one. largest congregations of any mammal. a nevada cave where millions of bats spend the summer and early fall before hiking it to the south. >> we need them as part of the ecosystem. for scientists, a natural laboratory for studying them. denise rosch has a preview of her special report we'll bring
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extinction. >> their nature is perfect bug control. bats will eat hundreds of millions of insects every single night. but in recent jeers -- years there's a fungus killing off bat colonies back east has been found on the east coast. we go to nevada where a trap and release program is uwa close and personal with these often misfund stood creatures. >> they will cluster as many as 5,000 bats per square meter. there's so many of them in the cave this they create their own thermal environment. >> reporter: did the bats bump into us occasionally? yes. it was also a fascinating assignment. i hope you will join me for my report tonight at 11:00. >> apropos we see a bat story on
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weather gonna be like? >> kevin janison is live at the district at green valley where they are having a huge halloween party right now. >> reporter: probably 10,000 people out here. that's the usual number. packed at the district. they are wearing great costumes but there's something wrong. if you are gonna dress your dog up as another species, it's lobster dog down here. it's the dinner hour. we're getting hungry and with all of this candy around, it was nice to know fries. dominic, you are salted. >> yes. >> reporter: that looks wonderful. we also learned that dorothy here likes french fries, too. and what are you dressed as? >> a candy corn witch. >> reporter: you are looking like the coolest i've seen. don't these guys look great on halloween 2016? we'll talk to a few more of them in a second. but if you are just heading
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today. that's not bad. it's gonna go down a couple of degrees tomorrow before spiking back up. around the valley, you will find the cooler 60s around the edges and they will fall moderately quickly, probably in the low 60s. 9:00 p.m. in summerlin and anthem. on the satellite picture, have clouds coming in from the california coast. another potent weather system that will rain and snow in northern california, one after another moving in there. as we widen out, hit by the system and the precip we'll get some of the wind and that's coming up in the forecast. first the temperatures, lows tonight, chilly, lincoln county, the mountain, pahrump, all the way down to 38. we have 30s out there. then high temperatures tomorrow, mainly 60s and 70s unless you are going to the higher elevations. how about mount charleston november 1st high of 48 degrees? for the las vegas valley, down to 55. we'll be calm through the evening. we'll have breezes pick up
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to midmorning tomorrow, tomorrow's high temperature 72. tomorrow afternoon's breezes will last through wednesday before they back off. starting on wednesday, we have a warming trend in the seven-day forecast. by the time we get to the weekend, we'll be up around 80 degrees for a high temperature on the first week of november with lows generally in the 50s. you are looking right now -- tell me. what did you come as. you are not a clown. >> i c looking glass. it's a good movie. >> reporter: the french fries are getting smooshed. don't smash the french fries, please. we're looking for dinner. you look great here. do you know the scary-looking baseball? how do you know him? >> my brother.
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>> i'm a nerd rides an ostrich. i'm kind of already a nerdy person and i had this costume lying around so i combined my personality with this random costume. >> reporter: i like your style. where did my zombie go. he was still dancing. zombie, keep dancing. he hasn't stopped dancing since the last broadcast. he's still going. these guys are great. there is ae stores giving out candy. it will go on for another couple of hours. look in the camera. on the count of three, you have to say trick or treat. 1, 2, 3 -- >> trick or treat! >> pretty good. i would give them some candy. all right, kevin. thank you. >> natalie, you rock. it's a big sports weekend for las vegas and randy is here
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golf, hoops and boxing. >> it will be a busy sports week. the shriner's hospital for children open is back this week. some of the best professional golfers in the world will be up in summerlin for the pga event that begins on thursday. today, charlie hoffman was back for his annual pro-am for his foundation. it's an event that raise as lot of money. he's been happy with the turnout year after year. >> obviously without everybody playing, it wouldn't be here. the pros come out on their day off and play from those around the country. we have juvenile diabetes, cystic fibrosis and goodie two shoes and the local
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we have good money going back in the community. it's an honor to be able to give back to the communities in which i live in. it's something i never dreamed of. i dreamed of playing professional golf. >> the women's day luncheon will take place on wednesday. tomorrow there's guys in the field. on thursday is round one and they will wrap it up on sunday with that championship round. on saturday night in las vegas, las vegas fighter world champion jessie vargas will fight manny pacquiao. other fighters on the card like doner. he was working out. the press conference takes place on wednesdayed with a weigh-in
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the encore theater. pacquiao was an 8-1 favorite. world series of poker. last night, nine players, whittled down to two before the break last night. wynn made the jump to the top of the chip lead. 10 grand it cost to enter the knocked him out. he's the chip leader. they will knock it down to the final two tonight and then go heads up tomorrow for the championship. how about this -- the poll came out for college basketball. rebels play their first game tomorrow night at the thomas & mack center. here is the preseason poll -- duke number one, the rebels play them. kansas, number three, the rebels play them and oregon, number
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five teams. >> challenging schedule. >> a lot of fun. >> thank you. the white house becomes a haunted house. up next at 6:30, the final halloween party the obamas will host as first family. jim dunlap: too many nevada police officers have been killed in the last few years. inals 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. we've learned a lot
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ip" and took almost $700,000 from wall street, including some of the same banks who caused the crisis. and then there's money he's taken from payday lenders who charge 521% interest. heck co-sponsored legislation protecting their predatory practices. add it all up, and joe heck is working for corporate special interests. and that doesn't work for nevada. senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. be so gullible mcfly. you sit down, sit down. shoot it, fat boy. i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. she ate like a pig. you are so stupid. how stupid are the people of the country? i don't want to see you in here again. get him out of here, get out. come on cry baby he's like a little baby cry. i don't know what i said, i don't remember.
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a little bit more about why that's on your mind. i have asthma and occasionally i've heard people talking behind my back. that was really brave. i really do think we need more love and kindness in our country. that's why it's important to stand up to bullies wherever they are, and why we shouldn't let anybody bully his way into the presidency. because that is not who we are as americans.
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it's a fun evening for the first family but also bittersweet. >> yes, president obama and the first lady hosted their final halloween at the white house. they handed out candy to invited trick or treaters that included local kids in the d.c. area and also the children of military families from all over the country. one of the costumes getting the
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costume. why a duck at the white house right now? he's the lame duck. >> i get it. clever in d.c. >> all right. that will wrap it up for us tonight at 6:30. thanks for having us in on this halloween. >> news 3 live at 7:00. a new studying suggestions that uber and lyft drivers are discriminating against riders based on gender and race. what this means for certain riders and howuc
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"she's a slob." "she ate like a pig."" "i'd look her right in that fat, ugly face of hers..." donald trump calalls 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. and kihuen will always protect a woman's right to choose. ruben kihuen for nevada. i'm catherine cortez masto and i approve this message. as a doctor, i see how decisions in washington impact my patients here in nevada. so even though i'm a republican, i won't be voting for joe heck. joe heck's voted ten times to defund planned parenthood, which thousands of women depend on for cancer screenings. and heck opposes a woman's right to choose even when her health is at risk.
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i spent 22 years in the air force, and i was a republican for every one of them. i was rationalizing donald trump's behaviors until... 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.
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hi, everybody. a 15-year-old under arrest accused of planning a mass shooting at his school. how a parent could have prevented this tragedy. new developments in a 95-year-old veteran's battle over her pension benefits. how to make sure you aren't
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how our school district here in town responded to students who decided to stay home out of fear. a local high school student under arrest accused of planning a mass shooting at his school. thank you for joining us. i'm latoya silmon. >> i'm reed cowan. the 15-year-old student went to desert oasis high school in the southwest part of our valley. news 3's sergio avila has >> reporter: school police say they arrested a high school freshman who was plotting a mass shooting at desert oasis high school. >> the student did not appear to have any vendetta against any other students. at this point, it looked like he was acting alone and had made some plans that he was going to do a mass shooting in the near future. >> reporter: police say the plans were thwarted because of an alert parent in arizona who overheard a conversation between her child and another student


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