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downtown las vegas. hello, everyone. i'm latoya silmon. >> i'm reed cowan. it turns out this is not her first dui. kelsey thomas is live where the crash happened. kelsey? >> reporter: well, reed, we're at charleston and las vegas boulevard. las vegas police say that this woman should have never been behind the wheel when she came up over the curb onto the sidewalk, slamming into this wall here behind us. they say she was driving with a the crash, so intense, so sudden, chris barel's girlfriend never made it out. he's still recovering with broken bones. the two blindsided six days ago when police say andrea corbani veered off the road on the sidewalk while they were sitting on a wall. a newly-released report says when the cops showed up, the woman put the keys in the
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leave. police say she admitted to drinking yeager bombs at the palm's casino and pulled down her pants and peaked in the patrol car. >> they have things like lyft and stuff. i don't know why you couldn't pick up the phone and call somebody. >> reporter: police say her driver's licenses with revoked in june. and she should have never been on the road. court records show she was arrested for dui here in september of last yea charge. and she being held at the clark county detention center on no bail. back to you. >> thank you, kelsey. news 3 is your weather authority and change is in the air. >> our chloe beardsley joins us now. and it actually feels like november outside. >> it does.
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that's because october was a lot warmer than normal. we woke up to temperatures in the 50s. look at that. our lows in this morning. these numbers are above normal for this time of year. but it feels cooler because we've been used to the above-normal temperature weather. outside right now, 60s and 70s in the valley. winds for the most part are fairly light this afternoon. low pressure, this culprit right here, helped cool us down over the past day or so. that's why our near normal for today. and to put things in perspective, here is our average temperature for october. 73.9 degrees when normally we are supposed to be in the upper 50s. the fifth warmest on record since those records have been kept by the national weather service and another fun fact, the warmest was in 2003 at 75.3. we're anticipating another warming trend as we get close to the end of the workweek.
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will get then. >> thank you. he made threats against gays, lesbians and satanists online and now the man is facing a judge. bryce cuellar pled guilty to making terrorist threats. police arrested him in august. he's now scheduled to be sentenced on thursday. a woman is fighting for her life and the man is dead after a shooting in yucca. police arrested douglas gleason. deputies say gleason assaulted hess wife and brother-in-law and took off. police say he came back and killed his brother-in-law, david bruce winebrenner, and then shot his wife. operators of the las vegas monorail are expected to pitch a plan to the clark county commission tomorrow to extend the rail closer to the site where the football stadium would be. it would run from the mgm to the
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the 15. state lawmakers approved the stadium financing plan last month. a horrific scene. it happened outside of baltimore. >> aide deadly crash between a commuter bus and school bus. jay gray has the latest on the investigation. >> reporter: the violent crash happened just before sunrise. >> it literally looked like a bomb exploded in >> twisted metal litters this two-lane road where a commuter bus and school bus collided. >> it struck the pillar at the louden park cemetery and continue continued eastbound where it went into oncoming traffic and struck an mta bus. >> reporter: six died in the accident. >> these people were on their way to work. they are someone's mother, someone's brother, someone -- you know, it's just really
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those killed. at least ten were rushed to the hospital. >> injuries to facial bones, injuries to spines, spinal columns. >> reporter: two of the victims are in critical condition. as investigators, including agents from the ntsb, work to piece together how and why the deadly accident happened. jay gray, nbc news. snoop now to decision 2016. they may not be old enough to vote but local teens are paying close attention to the election. >> they have a lot to say. denise rosch is live on what our young minds thing. they are -- they are our future voting base. >> reporter: they don't like the negative tone. they are anxious with what's happening with this vote because the outcome will have an impact on their lives.
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are from cheyenne high school. they all watched the local debate and they pay attention to issues. in fact, that's what they want to hear from the candidates. one student described the tone of this election as immature. another said disrespectful. from a strong military to worries about student loan debt, the students are listening to the candidates. >> my little brother mass special health needs. so healthcare is a healthcare is a little big important thing in my family. >> to see if hillary clinton will make college free. that's something i'm looking forward to. going to college and taking up student loans that will affect me in the long run. >> those debts would weigh you down? >> yes. >> reporter: how would our students vote if they could could? well, no undecides here.
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7:00. back to you in the studio. >> thank you, denise. hillary clinton is coming back to las vegas tomorrow urging voters to make it to the polls before election day. early voting ends on friday. we also learned that bill clinton will be in las vegas on friday. he is going to join entertainers for a performance at the cox pavilion. hillary clinton's campaign has not revealed where she will be speaking. we want to remind you that early need to know at a local student earned a scholarship thanks to her essay about why presidential debates are important. chaparral high school senior sydney tresvant got the good news today. her scholarship is worth $1,000. four other students from ccsd also placed in the essay contest. un-- uber and lyft
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>> the allegations that the drivers are not treating all fairly. the voice of a killer. the 911 call from a man who murdrd dan: if a bad guy breaks into my house, i have every right to defend my home. and i will. i have no problem with background checks and good decent americans have a right to bear arms. bad guys? criminals? the dangerously mentally ill? we've made it way too easy for them to buy guns. we have a loophole where dangerous people can walk
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after that, they could walk into my house, or yours. and i'd rather they didn't have a gun. vo: yes on question 1. "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. ruben kihuen for nevada.
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we've learned a lot about how joe heck works.
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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
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welcome back. uber's ride service is accused of discrimination. >> graham johnson has the study that put the company's drivers in the middle of the allegations. >> reporter: uber is the new way we get around. but new research is showing how long you wait for a pickup could depend on your case. >> there's discrimination happening. >> reporter: this professor, don mckenzie sent black andh request an uber or lyft. he found black students had to wait 20% longer to get a trip accepted and 30% longer for the car to show up. in boston, researchers sent a single student out with two uber profiles so they could compare. >> when the name passengerred use a stereo typical african-american made, they were
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and then canceled. >> my name is nicole riley. my name might not be one that they automatically thing is african-american. >> reporter: . >> reporter: this former driver has a lot of complaints with uber. >> i didn't see any discrimination. >> reporter: the professor said the companies should consider going to a system where no names are used. mckenzie said there's no evidence the co >> these are the actions of individual drivers who are using those platforms and we have no reason to think it's every driver. >> and that was graham johnson reporting. there is a new warning today to be on the lookout for fake drivers. uber sent letters to officials in new york and new jersey saying the number of fake drivers has reached "crisis levels." they say scammers are using fake scammer signs to lure people
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happening each week at airports. >> it's tremendously scary. we know from individual complaints where people feel locked in the car. one incident where someone was taken to an atm and the driver demanded that they, you know, get more cash because he raised the price. >> to protect yourself from these drivers, always use the app to request a ride, match the license plate number with the number on your app and ask the driver who he or she is picking up before you get i bill cosby is back in court. his lawyers are asking the judge to dismiss some of the sexual assault charges against him. cosby faces three felony charges all stemming from an indecent act in 2004 involving an employee at temple university. a motion filed last week, his attorney said he's legally blind. they came that fact prevents the 79-year-old from seeing his accusers and could damper his defense. we're hearing the voice of a
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recordings between omar mateen and police on the night of the pulse nightclub shooting. listen to this. >> what's going on is that i feel the pain of the people getting killed. >> okay. so have you done something about that? >> yes, i have. >> tell me what you did, please. >> you already know what i killed that night in the deadliest mass shooting in the history of the united states by a single shooter. some orlando officials want the rest of the 911 calls released. a judge says that she will listen to the rest of the calls before making a decision. the governor of alabama has declared a state of emergency in the wake of a gas pipeline explosion. the goal of the move is to ease restrictions on delivery trucks and make sure fuel distribution
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investigators have not determined the cause. the explosion sent flames a half-mile into the air. today, that fire is still burning. open enrollement for obamacare begins today with some consumers facing sharp increases in premiums. the challenges come at a time when the program needed more people to enroll, especially younger and healthier consumers. problems with the process have led some insurers to bail out of markets. this runs through the end of january. we want to know what you think. join hall this thursday. wsyx in columbus, ohio presents your voice, your future. it's a town hall focus on obamacare. you can watch it at starting at 4:00. google speaks the language of harry potter. the tech giant adding music to android phones. after saying okay, google. people can actually turn on the
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they can also turn off the ringer and notifications with the silensio spell. news 3 is your weather authority and chloe, it was chilly this morning. >> i wonder if there sea spell spell -- if there is a spell that i can change the weather. it felt cool. that's because october was abnormally warm. we have to get through today. it's clear and beautiful. believe it or not, temperatures are actually where they are esso -- where they are supposed to be. a few puffy clouds developing over the mountains. but other than that, we're looking at nice weather. line i said, off to a cool start even though most of the temperatures are above normal for our area this time of year.
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now in the 60s and 70s in the valley. winds are fairly light but will pick up overnight into tomorrow. checking in with a few neighborhoods, henderson is at 66 degrees at the moment. boulder city in the low 70s and laughlin, on the warmer side, flirting with the 80s outside right now. quite a variation in temperatures around our area. we're coming in at 50 on the mountain in the upper 60s for pahrump. 70s for lake mead, boulder city and overton with also very light winds that continue again, that is going to change. the rest of your evening in las vegas will be dipping down in the low 70s by 5:00. upper 60s by 7:00. a little bit cooler by 9:00. losing more clouds as the night progresses. low pressure brought us the near normal temperatures. although it feels cooler, you can see some of the higher clouds streaming in over southern nevada. no precipitation for us. winds out of the north will be strong. some showers are expected around
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of that moisture but i will tell what you we'll see, more of that cool, normal weather around here. 54 degrees for overton. low 60s for lake mead. we'll be a couple of degrees above the freezing mark at mount charleston. 45 for indian springs and regionally, highs tomorrow will start to increase over the next few days. just the beginning of the warming trend that will continue for quite a while. 56 overnight in las vegas. even temperatures above normal are expected overnight tonight. morning. really do mean early tomorrow morning with winds 10, 15 miles an hour. very early in the a.m. 76 for your projected high temperatures. we'll continue to climb. winds 10, 20 miles an hour. wall-to-wall sunshine is expected for quite a while. another storm that will develop across arizona. maybe we'll see a few more clouds over the next few days. but other than that, temperatures will continue to climb all the way into the weekend.
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important weekend, especially if you don't want to be late to work, don't forget to set your clocks back an hour. 79 degrees. winds will pick up again on sunday. i couldn't fit that on the seven-day forecast. but now you know. >> sweater weather for sure. when i younger, i thought i get an extra hour to hang up. now that i'm older, i get an extra hour to sleep. starbucks is out with its newest holiday cups. >> but there is agoing? somethis one. good afternoon. i'm dana wagner.
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i alone can fix it! bomb the [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! 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! to go [bleep] themselves! priorities usa action is responsible
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garn. good afternoon. i'm dana wagner. this kitten named lucky went missing. so the family's 11-year-old put up signs notifying people that they wanted him back. and they were shocked when they got a call from a man who said he wanted $50 to return the cat. >> i just wanted to go out and shout from the rooftop look what this person did to take advantage of a child. this is and i adult.
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>> obviously the woman didn't want to be identified. she's calling it ransom. the man who returned the cat calling it a reward. now to a beauty pageant in israel. a group of 14 contestants ranging in age from 72 to 89. while we've covered senior this. participants, judges say critics are missing the point. this is a way for them to celebrate life. now we take to you kansas, a kid dressed like, make america great again. what's he dressed us? donald trump. his mom using an umbrella, grass skirts and poster boards to
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look. that's what's buzzing today. back to you. >> that's pretty good no matter where your politics stand. the starbucks red holiday season is back. >> as you can see, the cups are green. it features can of a mosaic of more than 100 people drawn in a single stroke. people have asked if they will bring the red cups back. starbucks is not saying. but there's labels that say no saying the holiday plans are not over. a scary scene. it's all caught on tape. >> who came to the rescue when this boy is out in the middle of rush hour traffic? then a police chase broadcast on facebook live. you won't believe where found their stolen cruiser. that's when news 3 live at 3:00
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right now on news 3 live at 3:30 -- on life support. support, for obamacare. i know chase was looking for guidance. he was looking for help. an autistic athlete attacked and thrown to the ground. what the family is doing -- is doing in response. this woman thought she won a big slot machine. but officials say otherwise. open enrollment opened today and it ends in january. >> many say that this program is
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this year's election cycle. here's what it will take to revive the program. >> reporter: insurance carriers warn nearly 1.5 million americans could lose their health insurance under obamacare in the coming months. as more abandon the program, the white house signals it wants to put $175 billion of your tax payers into obamacare to save it. >> one way to say let's throw more money at this stuff, money we haven't >> reporter: obamacare was supposed to be budget neutral making healthy profits in the first year would chip that windfall to insurers losing point. but more lost money two years ago and only received a portion of what was needed. experts say that created a nearly $3 billion shortfall. obamacare was supposed to collect money from the insurers and pay directly to the treasury department but because of massive shortfalls in dozens of


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