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emotional response. [laughter] and the man behind the wheel of this truck was driving more than 100 miles an hour. why troopers let him off with a warning. well, the lights of the las vegas strip are twinkling bu a massive power outage forces visitors and workers out of that resort and they will be out for the rest of the night. i'm reed cowan. >> i'm latoya silmon. it's our top story tonight and news 3's antonio castelan has been on the scene all day hearing from investigators about the chaos. >> reporter: the paris hotel & casino has been shut down. no one has any idea when power will be back. it's been a very frustrating day for hotel guests. >> all of the lights are off.
just after the lights went outat the paris. >> we thought it was temporary. they wouldn't let anybody deal any words or do anything. my friend was sitting at a slot machine and had a thousand dollars in there and waiting for two hours. >> reporter: clark county firefighters say a contractor working in the paris basement cut a main power line leading to the power outage. firefighters needed to rescue 11 people from five differen paris hotel & casino. linda from new york was one of the guests who found herself stuck in an elevator. >> going down the stairs and then it was all black. i couldn't see anything. and then i don't know what happened. >> reporter: steve wilson from los angeles found himself in a dark hotel room. after about 45 minutes, hotel staff started to evacuate guests. >> the bad thing, the hotel didn't have anybody out telling you what to do, to leave the room, to stay in the room.
>> when you get to the hallway, if you didn't have a cell phone or flashlight, you couldn't seep. >> reporter: caesars entertainment officials say so far, nevada energy has not been able to restore temporary power. clark county says without proper, their tools don't work and the property will have to remain they say, to get guests into other ceasers properties. antonio castelan, news 3. police in indianapolis investigating a crash that killed two people. a witness said the car was speeding when it lost control, crashed into a tree and caught fire. the car involved in the crash was a tesla and fire officials say that made the fire more difficult to fight because of how many batteries inside the car caught fire or exploded. police could not say whether
a henderson man who volunteered to help several mormon families is accused of sexually targeting a 10-year-old girl. had 3-year-old martin guillen inappropriately touched a young girl, took photos of her and said it's our little secret. the family met him since he volunteered as a home teacher. >> she knew him and said he was doing a scavenger hunt and needed it her to help him. >> there's been no evidence whatsoever of any pornographic material in possession of my client. >> what many families didn't know, was he was a man with a criminal past. remains behind bars under roughly $500,000 bail. a man killed by a nevada
custody before he led police on a car chase. >> reporter: police say javier munoz should have never been behind the wheel. he had a revoked driver's license. he told the officers he was high on drugs and wanted to die. what you are seeing is dash-cam video. a ne on u.s. 95 chasing a violent carjacking suspect. behind the wheel, 28-year-old javier munoz. >> 80 miles an hour. he is fishtailing all over the road. >> reporter: they capture him at a gas station near downtown las vegas. he punches a woman and steals her car. the trooper catches up with him at this cadillac dealership in henderson. >> he bails in the parking lot, runs into the vehicle dropoff or pickup for finley.
got a 90-year-old couple in there and, like i said, violent pulls this man from his vehicle. >> i will shoot you. [ screaming ] >> i'm dead! >> reporter: it turns out the day before his deadly crime spree, he was pulled over for speeding through a school zone in boulder city. he took off, police gave chase. when they caught up with him, munoz told the officers to shoot him, that he was high on spice. -- meth, marijuana, ecstasy and spice. >> he didn't assault anybody or rape somebody. obviously, he was in medical distress. >> reporter: the police chief said officers brought him to boulder city hospital and eventually, he was transferred to valley hospital. >> the doctor told the officer he will be here for a few days. >> reporter: but the next day he was out of the hospital and
about protocols when this comes to patients like this. they did not return my calls before news time. back to you. a temporary ban on shooting has been issued for lovell canyon. it will last a full year. target shooters have left trash trash, shot up trees. the emergency closure affects about 32,000 acres of public land. >> people are bringing goods, cans, bottles, furniture, washing machines. they are shooting them up and leaving them as trash. >> a community cleanup day takes place in lovell canyon november 12th. an educational campaign will be launched to increase awareness about proper shooting practices. just five days until decision 2014. the trump campaign sent in two of its biggest surrogates to las vegas. the push comes as trump leads in
at a local business to urge people to get out the vote. the younger trump says that his dad is just the person who can fix washington and get rid of corruption. >> he's the won guy that has the guts to take on that system. [ cheers ] >> he has the guts. he's not a part of that system. he's seen out that system has operated for decades. >> the young a one two-campaign punch. also in town, newt gingrich. tomorrow is your last day to cast your vote if you want to do it early. more than 400,000 clark county residents have already cast their ballots at the polls. some 35,000 people sent their pictures by mail to meet the absentee voting deadline this
tomorrow. early voters who spoke with news 3 say they want to get to vote and avoid the long lines on election day. >> there's no way i'm going to stand in line on election day. nope. i like to get it done and get it over with. >> well, she did that. you can visit news3lv.com to find early voting locations near you and the closing hours of each poll will vary. tomorrow is the last day of early voting. if you can't make it out tomorrow, you are going to have to wait until election day and likely there wi lines. into well, we know many of you have already gotten out to vote. prove it. we want to see your i voted selfies. tweet your picture and use the hashtag, hashtag ivoteedlv. and we'll give you a shout-out on the air.
everything you need. coverage starts at 4:00 and then we'll cover the issues and races that matter in our state. as always, we'll bring you election results in realtime on news3lv.com and on our social media platform. history made last night as the chicago cubs ended their century-long world series drought. >> a las vegas native is part of that winning team. how his former coaches and te and a cubs' fan keeps a promise to his dad. unseasonably warm temperatures will continue across southern nevada. i will let you know how long it
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no speeding ticket for an off-duty police chief in arkansas, even though he was driving faster than 100 miles an hour. >> this guy right here has been you were going over 100 miles an hour. [laughter] >> no laughing matter. the video shows troopers pulling over this red pickup truck. one of his own officers spotted him and had to call in state police to catch up to his red pickup. of a -- after a brief chat, everyone parted ways. now the mayor thinks an investigation is in order.
their historic world series win. >> here is the 0-1. this is gonna be a tough play. bryant. the cubs win the world series! [ cheers ] >> wrigley field, the place to be last night. cubs' fans all across the country partied and into the morning after their team ended a championship drought. 108 years without a win. well, they got one. this championship is so important to the city. the die-hard fans waited all night just to get a glimpse of the teams the trophy. tomorrow fans will line the streets for a parade honoring the players who finally brought home a victory. and, of course, we cannot go off the air without talking about this guy, kris bryant. part of the game-winning play that brought the cubs their pennant. sergio avila spoke with bryant's old teammates and coaches. >> here is the 0-1. this is gonna be a tough play. bryant. the cubs win the world series!
>> it's kind of surreal, you know. watching, you know, kris get to make some of those place and be part of those series, it's within one of those things you can't help but smile. >> reporter: jaffrey played ball with kris and they celebrated last night. >> to get to watch a friend be part of the game and be part of history. that was shi >> there's those kids that you see there's something extra special in there. >> reporter: tom wagner is a friend of the bryant family. >> it's all good. >> reporter: wagner says las vegas has made more of a name for itself in the baseball community in recent years. a new road wagner says was paved by bryce harper. >> there is a lot of talent here and there will be a lot more coming up in the next few
showed us an old photo group, where seven players now play professional bauble. -- ball. >> not everybody understand that las vegas is a very good baseball town. >> and the cubs have finally won it all! >> reporter: and he says last season, bryant came home to las vegas to just relax a little bit. he's looking forward to coming back this time sohe celebrate that world series win. sergio avila, news 3. >> pretty cool. an indiana man spent the night in a cemetery last night. wayne williams promised his dad they would listen to the cubs when they got in the world series. his dad died in 1983. williams drove all the way from north carolina to this cemetery
>> if he wasn't dead by '83, that would have done it for him. they said this -- he said this is gonna be our year. >> he has no doubt wherever he is, he's flying the big w for the win. >> who could have predicted the pennant. one guy guessed it two years ago. november 4th, 2014, one user made the impression that in the 2016 world series, the cubs would face the indians and the tweet predicted saying the world with end with the game of the game. thankfully, only one of those predictions came through. let's keep it that way. >> exactly. he was.
now. she's our weather authority with what's shaping up to be an excellent day and week ahead. >> i would say it's like a gift. you are welcome, everybody. it's gonna be fantastic. if you liked today, you will like tomorrow. speaking of today, here's what it looked like in case you were hiding under a rock and missed it. it's hard to find a cloud in our skyline today. but you can see a few developing from our boulder city camera this afternoon elsewhere. across the las vegas valley. very nice weather conditions today. it doesn't even feel like fall outside even right now. but highs today, look at that. in the 80s. the 80s. it's fall outside. temperatures well above normal for this time of year. we're supposed to be in the low 70s outside right now. that's where we are currently in the evening. so just to kind of put things into perspective. that's how warm it's supposed to
we did see some breezes up to 20 miles an hour in some neighborhoods. earlier this afternoon, we're in the upper 70s for lake mead. 68 degrees for pahrump and the low 40s for mount charleston. and winds outside are fairly calm for tonight. a beautiful look at the strip in las vegas. we're looking at gorgeous weather conditions that will continue across the area. now, we are tracking some activity, some storms popping up across arizona. you can see it over flagstaff and kingman over the last few hours. that s continue moving east. we're also keeping our eye on this area of low pressure. this will continue to move inland into the coast. not bringing too much impact into our area. some showers are expected across northern california, portions of northern and central nevada. we're mostly going to see breezes pick up by the end of the weekend. overnight tonight, look for mostly clear skies. lows in the low 60s when we're supposed to be in the low
40 for mount charleston. 48 for pahrump and 59 for overton. high temperatures tomorrow, if you like today, you will like tomorrow. it will be the same kind of thing. in las vegas we'll wake up to temperatures in the low 60s. not quite as cool as how we started off this morning. 68 degrees by 9:00. by the time you grab lunch, we'll be in the mid-70s. you will probably be wearing a sh 81 degrees tomorrow afternoon in las vegas. very unfall-like for this time of year. and that warming trend, well, it's just gonna kind of continue. look at that. 80s across the board for the next several days. the only thing i really have to point out and talk about is setting your clock back one hour on sunday. we'll see temperatures gradually dedecrease. you can see that kicking up our wind speeds.
board until thursday. sunny skies across the board and i don't really have much else to talk about. >> so if the lines are long tomorrow for voting, the weather won't impede you. it's still beautiful to go out and do your civic duty. >> you can wait. >> yes. some changes could be coming to your grocery store as nutella looks to change its reputation. >> why the popular spread wants to and turning drones into
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spread similar to jam and honey. it's a bid to lower the serving size on the labels in the united states. well, the fda is currently gathering information, asking nutella customers to tell them how big their portions are. just depends on what kind of day it is. >> as much as possible. time for a look at what's coming up at 11:00. tensions remain high over the construction of an oil pipeline in north dakota. reaction from our local tribe. and caught on camera, critic officer saved a woman's life. we've got stories and breaking news as it happens at 11:00. finally here, the future of home security is nearly here. >> a new startup is looking to turn drones into guardian angels. the new security system detects possible threats and investigates them with the drones. the drone streams video to your
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