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november 4. it is 4:29 on this friday morning. and the power went out at the paris yesterday. >> kim: as we welcome you into the studio, i'm kim wagner, alongside dana wagner. this is the eiffel tower on the las vegas strip. it is not lit up. what we are trying to figure out if that's been done on purpose or if this is part of the power outage. because last night at 11:00 live report from that location in moments. >> dana: good morning. we are thinking they turned out the lights to save a little money on power. let's get a check on our forecast. people out early voting today. we have a pga golf town until
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of sunshine. maybe a few high thin clouds. chance of showers in arizona today but not expected to reach us. 76 at noon and our high today 81. that is nine degrees above normal. we'll talk about how long this trend will continue coming up. >> dana: we were just talking about this, power still being restored at the paris hotel and casino. guests slowly being aow get back into their rooms after the power outage yesterday. we expect an update at 6:00 this morning on this situation. cesar's entertain channel owns the paris could only let people in their rooms to get medication after fire officials set restrictions because of safety concerns. the lights came back on about 10:00 last night. that's when fire officials did
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guests who were already at the hotel were let in after they finished that testing. it was frustrating for the people that couldn't get back into their rooms. >> the bad thing is the hotel didn't have anybody out telling you what to do, to leave the room, stay in the room. >> guests just checking in asked to stay at newly assigned locations until this morning. we'll bring it to you live late they are morning. >> kim: a federal judge here in las vegas is seen evidence that donald trump's campaign is training people to intimidate voters at polling places here in town. we're talking about u.s. district court judge saying he does not expect to issue a restraining order democrats were asking for. this comes after the judge spoke with a trump campaign official yesterday. he is expected to issue a final
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against the republican party saying they are intimidating voters atta polls under the guise of preventing voter fraud. you have hours now until early voting is done here in las vegas in clark county. you have until 8:00 tonight. a lot of people have been taking advantage of this. they haven't had long lines everywhere but you can see we u some people we spoke with the other day like the idea of getting this done early. >> there is no way i'm going to stand in line on election day. i like to get it done and get it over with. >> you never know what tomorrow holds, you never know what could happen, even the weather, certain things could happen to prevent you from getting to the polls. don't put off tomorrow what you
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>> kim: democrats have the lead in early voting but a lot of people are taking advantage. it has been predicted that 2/3 of us in town will have cast early ballots before election day on tuesday. this story is developing as we speak. >> dana: we had a pictures. we want to see your i voted stickers today. all you have to do is go to any social media, talking about facebook, instagram. # it i voted lv and we'll show people with their i voted stickers all morning long. >> kim: fears of what could happen on election day has a lot
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a lot of people wondering if we could be under attack by a foreign government or private hacker. tracy potts reports. >> intelligence sources say your vote is safe but they are preparing for possible hacks involving electricity, social media and transportation next tuesday. the concern is african-american voters in swing states. >>al supporting him have called for monitors at the polls. clinton called that intimidation. >> the best way to repudiate the bullying and the hateful rhetoric and discrimination is to show up with the biggest turnout in american history. >> our latest polls show trump ahead in arizona and texas but a tie in georgia.
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a firewall that trump needs to win. president obama campaigns there today. trump's wife campaigned solo for the first time. >> we have to find a better way to talk to each other, to respected each other. >> the f.b.i. continues to examine 650,000 emails linked to clinton's top aid. >> how can they be duplicates when 650,000 is more than all of them that are will complete its review. >> dana: nevada important not only to donald trump but clinton as well. yesterday bill clinton campaigned for hillary at the cox pavilion on the campus of unlv. bill clinton telling the crowd of students they are the future of this country. >> look around this crowd
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future, you. one of the reasons that everybody outside this country thinks we are crazy that we would even consider voting for somebody who tells us we're going downhill and everything is terrible, we are rising and the future is bright because of you. >> we know that the latest cnn poll has trump in the lead by three points. we also know in early voting that by the end of today almost 2/3 state will have already voted. i was hearing some saying democrats will have a lead in early voting by 50,000 votes over the republicans. >> michelle will join us live with additional information on your vote. the trump campaign really wants to take nevada so they are sending top surrogates like donald trump jr. he's been here many times and he
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businesses urging people to get out and vote. the younger trump saying his dad is just the person who can fix washington and get rid of corruption. >> my dad is the one guy that has the guts to take on that system. he has the guts because he's not owned by the system. he's not a part of that system. he's seen how that system has operated for decades. >> and the younger trump alone. jeff hanging out with newt gingrich the other day. he was also in town. coming up live in our 6:00 hour this morning a top surrogate for the trump campaign mike huckabee will be live on the program. dana has the burning question so stay tuned. >> dana: next tuesday tune into our election coverage. we're going to bring you up to the minute results and expert analysis as well as our crews
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candidates from both parties. continuing coverage starts at 4:00 in the afternoon on tuesday and you can find full results on and our facebook page. >> kim: i love a parade. i hope you do too because we're going to take you to the fa raid route this morning for the big preparation as they welcome home the cubs in grand fashion. they are already preparing and >> dana: a police officer pulls a truck over, traffic violation and saves a life in the process.
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh.
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>> kim: i know where bill murray
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parade route. you see a bunch of police officers getting ready for the big day. no one lined up -- there are some people lined up over here. but still plenty of room. it will be packed by 8:00 in the morning las vegas time because that is when they are going to have the parade for the world series champion. it's only 108 years in the making. no big deal. it's a good bet that tens of thousands of fans are not going to be worried about work tod hundreds of thousands more will see the parade whether it's on television or in person. speaking of the big celebration, there is some of it after the big win. "sports illustrated" getting in on this celebrating by putting the cubs on their newest edition. it's being released a week earlier than scheduled originally. featuring anthony rizzo and our
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toward the mound to start celebrating this. will all be depicted in "sports illustrated." it's going to read all the way for the headlines. that's what they did winning the world series in seven memorable games, especially that game 7. it will be on stands as early as tomorrow. >> dana: a man finds a batch of ballots addressed to election. what election officials say happened coming up. melania trump campaigned for her husband.
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putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. when i come home and dinner's not ready i go through the roof. grab 'em by the p****". when you're a star, they let you do it. you can do anything. ssaulted by donald trump. i'll go backstage before a show... yes.. and everyone's getting dressed. donald trump walked into the dressing room while contestants, some as young as 15 were changing. standing there with no clothes. you see these incredible looking women. i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. she ate like a pig. a person who's flat-chested is very hard to be a 10. do you treat women with respect?
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. >> dana: welcome back in. we are joined by the hostess of that show on sunday full measure. you are following the money this campaign season.
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latest data we'll have the details on sunday. when all is said and done between the two candidates they have spent $2 billion tortrices to get elected. a lot of this is raced by super nevada so we've seen a lot of negative ads. we're ready for wednesday to arrive. you are doing something about political cartoons, tell us. >> we visited one of our favorite political cartoonist. he told us a few months ago this has been an amazing campaign in terms of material. and it's kept on giving.
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fascinating commentary about the election. >> dana: we have a great one here in town named mike smith who works for the las vegas sun. full measure airs twice on sunday. we're looking forward to it coming up this weekend. >> kim: what else cheryl is going to do is say go gators. we're showing you rockefellercenter because the fl before tuesday. we have a feeling alec baldwin will be on the program. >> dana: his movie dr. strange is coming up this weekend.
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the area yesterday. we warmed up. 81 is where we topped out yesterday. take a look at this time lapse. beautiful blue skies all day long. got warm yesterday. 81. today's normal high 72. we are well above that. as we take a look at the temperatures as you are stepping out the door 66 in eldorado, mountains edge you are coming in winds nice and light. not going to be an issue for us at all. we have rain showers in parts of arizona. they are making their way to the north and west. they are not expected to reach us. parts of arizona, even utah seeing wet weather. we expect mostly sunny skies again today and more warm temperatures. 81 is our expected high today. nine above normal.
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clear skies. our seven-day forecast, 80 on saturday, 9 on sunday, don't forget to fall back and election day weather won't be an excuse. sunny and 78. >> dana: we take to you oklahoma. this is a routine traffic stop that became a life saving moment for a woman in that police officer pulled over her husband for speeding only to have the driver flag him down for help because his wife had a heart attack. he started cpr just in the knick of time. she wouldn't have survived
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saving moment. a woman who had been missing since august along with her boyfriend has been found alive in south carolina. police say she had been held captive since her days experience. according to authorities in south carolina she was just found alive the other day chained up on the property in a locked container building. the deputies serged the property and they were hearing knocking in a metal building. still has not been found. the woman told investigators there could be as many as four bodies on that property. a lot of weapons and ammunition were found on property and so was a man. todd who was a registered sex offender. he is charged with kidnapping
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serious. >> dana: dozens of ballots with different mailing addresses showed up outside of a california home days before election day. he found 83 at all. each unused addressed to different people, all of them supposedly living in his elderly neighborhood's two bedroom apartment. a glitch in the system caused a mixup. those ballots have been voided and the been contacted. >> kim: the vegas power outage is a topic this morning on today. >> coming up on a friday on today donald trump and hillary clinton making the final push with the election only four days away. also ahead we're live in chicago at the cubs world series victory parade. and i'll team up with a great
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the extraordinary comeback of detroit. those stories and the new magical world , the cast of fantastic beasts and where to find them. they'll be here when we start on a friday morning on today. >> kim: melania trump enters the age of aquariist. people are talking about the music selection when she came stage. >> we're not sure why they picked this song for melania trump's entrance. someone tweeted don't know about aquarius. melania accepted love from the
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saying as first lady she would focus on sire bullying of kids. >> all i kept thinking was have you met donald trump. >> she could cut it in half by taking her husband's phone away. >> this was her first speech since she got burned for plagiarizing michelle obama. before the plagiarism was she walked off stage to thundering clapping. >> he's kind, he's a gentleman. >> my husband is real. he's raw. he tells it as it is. >> my husband is raw and he's real and he tells it like it is. >> >> look on the bright side.
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herself now. >> not easy being a potential first lady. >> all men are like this. >> they are all animals. if only a woman could be president. >> melania trump may be making peace signs and talking about fighting bullies but she's married to a guy who doesn't believe in turning the other
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steve wolfson: as district attorney, i've prosecuted a lot of violent people. our background check laws have stopped over 5,000 dangerous people to buy guns. they get them at gun shows and online from perfect strangers with no background checks, no questions asked. it's a dangerous loophole. closing it will save lives. let's make it harder for criminals, safer for us.
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>> dana: live pictures of the strip and the beautiful to youer is not lit up. we believe they turned this off to save power. power went out at the paris 9:45 yesterday morning. partial power restored at 10:30 last night. >> kim: a live this morning.
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>> kim: lights back on where things are starting to get back to normal after being in the dark for more than 12 hours yesterday.
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teacher well known in the local community sexually targeted a 10-year-old the power is back on at the paris. >> kim: how scary when they went off yesterday morning.


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