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republicans. what he is saying the evidence has shown so far. plus -- >> 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. >> kim: today is the final day so this is the last day for you to get it done. we'll tell you how easy it is in a live report in moments. >> dana: go 6:00 on this friday morning. >> kim: it concerns the paris las vegas where yesterday the power went out. they are getting ready for a live news conference, let's listen in. >> paris is open and we are totally open for business at this point. there was a permanent fix to the electrical problem so we don't expect any problems going forward. i want to thank the county fire,
state gaming board for their cooperation which made yesterday's nightmare for us more smooth for everybody involved and led to a quicker fix than we might have expected. today is business as usual for porscheries. our job today is to work with the customers that were displaced and get them back so they can recover their belongings and tell them they are not paying for last night nor will they pay for the last this is all about dealing with customers who were very frustrated last night understandably even though this was an unavoidable accident in terms of the guest and company, we're trying to figure out what happened. but we lost all power here. we were able to get that fixed at 10:00 and after two and a half hours of testing declared
>> people who have been at other properties, they haven't been in their rooms since perhaps 9:45 yesterday morning. >> that's correct. they'll be coming back today and we will deal with them and whatever issues they have to make it right including two night free stay beyond last night. cost associated with this event. we haven't even begun to calculate that. >> has there been a number put on the number of people. we heard 3,000 told to get out. >> that's probably as good a number as any. the key thing is we got everybody out of there safely when you consider it was pitch black in there. the county officials and security staff did an amazing
there without injury. >> are you happy with how everything worked out and if you could have done anything differently, what would it have been? >> it would have been our contractor didn't drill through our line and cut power. everybody involved in the process did an amazing job. our county and state officials and local officials were amazing in this process and led to a speedy rest or the relation than we would have >> dana: the power is back on at the paris this morning. he's calling it a permanent fix. he's not expecting to have any further problems at the resort today. everybody will be allowed back in their rooms. it was so dark yesterday people had their cell phones out yesterday and had their lights on so they could make their way through portions of the casino. it was pitch black. >> kim: you heard craig asking the first question about how
least 3,000. 11 were rescued from five different elevators in total. when it comes to the losses. we know properties that size generate at least a million dollars a day. craig will continue to gather information. it's friday, we're the wagners, kim and dana here. serve in for quite the treat. we have so much news to cover. the latest jobs numbers. california and breaking news out of chicago and we have you covered with live pictures from all places. >> dana: and we have traffic and weather on the program. jeff with travel times and kelly with the important weekend forecast with the pga golf tournament in town this weekend but we begin with tom up in sky 3. >> tom: we told you about a fire in the east valley. we are above that situation right now on monroe street.
which caught fire in the overnight hours. that's the one right there. not clear if it was occupied or not. monroe is blocked off and they have a heavy fire presents in this area. it's a residential street. right now they are doing the mopup. we're going to check back in on this a little later on. it does look like the flames are out so they are mopping up any hotspots on monroe. traffic. >> jeff: so far a smooth commute on this friday. not seeing any incidents. travel times are in the clear. >> kelly: weather looking fantastic. mostly sunny skies and temperatures above normal all day. 69 at 9:00 a.m. by lunchtime 76.
great golf weather. >> dana: a federal judge here in las vegas saying he has not seen any evidence that donald trump's campaign is training people to intimidate voters in nevada. u.s. district judge saying that he doesn't expect to issue a restraining order that democrats were asking for ahead of tuesday's election. this after he spoke with a trump campaign official yesterday. he is ruling this afternoon. the nevada democratic party filed a suit against nevada republicans saying trump supporters are intimidating voters at the polls under the guise of preventing voter fraud. >> kim: worlds collided on the unlv camp pass hours ago as bill clinton campaigned for hillary
campus there. former president clinton addressed the crowd telling the students they need to look at the future of america. look around this crowd tonight. you are america's future. you. one of the reasons that everybody outside this country thinks we are crazy somebody who tells us we're going downhill and everything is terrible, we are rising and the future is bright because of you. >> kim: just another reminder on the topic of students, the clark county school district will not have school on tuesday, election day. >> dana: tonight next door to the cox pavilion at the thomas and mack it's basketball. unlv hosting new mexico
vote. if you don't go it today, you have to do it election day. >> michelle: so far early election -- early voting has done very well here in the state of nevada. about 2/3 have voted early by the end of today nearly half a million nevadaens will have cast 93,000 more registered democrats in this state than republicans and so far about 55,000 more democrats have voted early over republicans which means trouble for republicans fit continues in this direction -- if it continues in this direction. we spoke to one early voter who immigrated from italy nearly eight decades ago.
i'm 90. >> she's 90 years old and getting out and rocking that vote so we don't have any excuses. if you want to get out today, check the location closest to you. this one opens at 9:00 but it's staying open an hour later. this one will be closed to night at 8:00. if you want to avoid lon today or you will be standing in line on tuesday. >> kim: thank you for that. on the topic of voting dana has some who have gotten it done. >> dana: they sent this in we voted did you. get out there and vote. i love these people. we want to see your voting selfies out there.
don't do it inside the voting booth. that is against the law. >> kim: live out of chicago. they have been dieing the river blue. if you've been up with us early we started showing these pictures in our we have breaking news in neighboring southern california and we're going to take you there ahead. right now still to come a woman found alive after being missing for months on end. it is a shocking story. it sounds more like a movie but we have the details headed your
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>> krystal: breaking news on the jobs front. the bureau releasing job numbers for the month of october. the u.s. added about 161,000 jobs last month. that is
up from 156,000 that were added in september. looking at the unemployment rate expected to drop slightly from 5% to 4.9%. the jobs report coming out a few days before the big election day.
two u.s. service members have died as u.s. and afghan forces came under fire while targeting senior taliban commanders. this happened in afghanistan. a lot of these kass you'llties happened during airstrikes. asp began officials are st lost their lives to the airstrikes. taliban commanders coming under attack in afghanistan. from what we understand special afghan forces carried out this raid. we don't have any additional information about whether nato was involved in this assault but the investigation continues. >> dana: a woman who was missing since august was found alive in south carolina. she was held captive since her
we got deputies down there to came to do the search and heard a woman banging on this container. for our officers to open the container up and see her chained like a dog. that is incredible. >> incredible and disturbing. that's the man they think is responsible. the woman's boyfriend who has been missing since august has not been found. the woman told investigators there may be as many as four bo there. that is his mug shot. he was on the property at the time. he's a registered sex offender and he has been taken into custody. >> kim: time to go skyward. check out the morning commute by checking in with tom. >> tom: not a bad commute at all this morning. looking good here. we have one residential street blocked off because of this fire on monroe.
7 people displaced. one person injured but refused transport to the hospital. this may be the result of refueling a generator and it did not go right. major roadways so far so good. >> jeff: no accidents on the freeways or surface streets. happy friday. so we're looking at the traffic ahead forecast, one hour from now looking commute if all stays smooth. we have a waze user telling us about a disabled vehicle 15 northbound. you can fine of join the team as well. download it from the app store or google play and join the team. send us the information you see on the roads, just don't do it from behind the wheel. >> kim: looking great out there and yesterday picture perfect.
fur thinking i want to take advantage of this weather i'm going for a hike at red rock, today and tomorrow highs in the mid 70's so looking good for that. winds light. you are going to want a light jacket heading out the door this morning. you won't need hit the afternoon. clouds for us but dry conditions not expected to make it to us. we're looking at mostly sunny skies throughout the day today. our high 81. that is nine above normal for this time of year. winds light out of the northeast today and into tonight. 61 is our low and our seven-day forecast temperatures continuing to be mild, 80 on saturday, 79 sunday and upper 70's for election day on tuesday with plenty of sunshine. no excuses.
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ramp from 215 to the airport connector. that will be closed next week from 9:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. right now let's check weather kelly. >> kelly: t shirt weather is what we had yesterday and what we expect again. this morning you might want a sweater. current temperature from pahrump 49, in the las vegas valley it is 58. we're going to take a look a up. >> kim: a woman suffering a serious heart attack in oklahoma is saved by a police officer. >> dana: and the road side rescue caught on camera. this happened on monday morning. they were rushing her to the hospital. their high speed caught the attention of an officer who pulled them over. they are going too fast. he thought it was a traffic stop. you can see the officer pulled her out of the car.
started breathing again. transported her to the hospital. when the family was pulled over they still had a 20 minute drive to the hospital and she probably would not have survived without the help of that officer. look at him get emotional as he finds out he saved a life. >> kim: when he saw that video his adrenaline probably took him back to that event. breaking news. this is fun in nature. it takes to us chicago. you are seeing live images on your screen. the perspective of that boat in the center is shooting out blue die because of the cubs big win for the world series, they are celebrating by lining the parade route in blue and that is the water that lines the parade route. >> dana: it will begin about 8:00 our time. it will end at grant park.
i can't tell fits blue or not. >> kim: i saw it earlier and you could tell it was blue being shot out. >> dana: they have cancelled school for the day so that the kids can attend the parade in downtown chicago. check out this scene. this is
outside some guy's house in chicago people lined up. >> kim: not just some guy's house. some guy associated with the big
killing another man right in front of his own children. expected in court today and a live preview of what to expect headed your way. >> dana: today is your last chance to vote before election day. we have a live report coming up. how many of your neighbors have already voted and how many of them are democrats and how many republicans? welcome in. it is 6:30 o november 4. >> kim: have you to love live television. moments ago it was downtown chicago as they are dyeing the river blue. now downtown summerlin. we have a jam packed 30 minutes before we hand you off to "the today show." >> dana: tom above scanning for issues. >> tom: we are above the west
town center drive where we have a great looking commute as we make our way around from the southeast to the west side of town. we had an earlier accident on charleston but that is it as far as the surface streets. >> jeff: thank you. just one new accident to tell you about and this is near decatur, specifically digger street. the freeways are clear of accidents on this friday. also the commute is looking pretty good on this friday. let's get a check of the forecast with kelly. >> kelly: looking good and warm for this time of year. mostly sunny skies. rain showers in arizona not expected to make it into las vegas today. what is the weekend looking like? i'll let you know in 10 minutes. >> dana: the lights back on this
hotel and casino went dark at 9:45 yesterday morning. lights didn't come back on until 10:15 as one of the crews drilled through their main power line. we heard from rich and he was telling us the casino is back open and they are calling ate a permanent fix. don't expect anymore yesterday because they didn't have any power there. 11 people had to be rescued from five elevators. they've had power outages before but never one as big as this. >> kim: craig is on the scene and a live report from him about 15 minutes from now. the local man accused of shooting and killing a dad in front of his kids is in front of
with the victim. >> that's correct. the suspect had recently been released from prison and ramirez was allowing him to live with them until he found a place of his own to stay. he is back behind bars and he'll be before a judge in a matter of hours. he was supposed to be moving out the sunday before that deadly shooting. he allegedly got into an argument with the father of three, shot him and stabbed his wife. he's facing attempted murder charges for the stabbing of the victim's wife as well. we'll bring you the latest updates. >> dana: a henderson man who volunteered to help several families here in the valley accused of sexually targeting a 10-year-old girl. we have the court documents in the newsroom this. is the man we're talking about. in those documents authorities
that young girl, the 10-year-old, took photos of her and told her it's our little secret. the family met him after he volunteered as a home teacher. what many families did not know was he was a man with a criminal history. he was a convicted sex offender out of colorado. he remains behind bars this morning on half a million dollars bail. the trial is scheduled for may and his attorney says he's being >> kim: you only have hours left in decision 2016 to early vote. a lot of you have already taken part though. this is fascinating to get the numbers in. we are breaking records here in southern nevada. 621,000 people had voted statewide here in nevada. a lot of people early voting here in southern nevada. that's what the footage is from on your screen now. democrats out pacing republicans but we know that more
tuesday. we get the latest from michelle minutes from now. >> dennis: some fans of the voice getting a big surprise. how this moment turned into more than just a photo-op just ahead. >> a guy getting more than he bargained for this election dunlap: over two thousand police officers from all across nevada supporort question 1. i'm one of them. i support question 1 because it will help save lives. haley: question 1 protects gun rights and does something urgently needed: it closes the background check loophole and keeps guns out of dangerous hands. states that have closed the loophole have seen fewer police officers shot and killed in the line of duty.
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>> kim: we have an update to the breaking
news we first shared on the program earlier this week. authorities saying that school bus driver involved in the deadly crash in baltimore should never have been behind the wheel. apparently the commercial drivers license for that person was suspended two months ago. he was killed along with five
every 10 minutes on the program. here is tom. >> tom: we've got two separate situations about a mile from each other. this is just to the west of decatur, that accident jeff mentioned a couple of moments ago. this vehicle spun around backwards and the other car to the west of it. we noticed something happening on decatur by western high school. that is southbound decatur at bonanza. a couple of lanes we'll take a closer look at that in a moment. >> kelly: as you are heading out the door, you may want a sweater. temperatures in the upper 50's to 60 across much of the area. this afternoon t shirt weather as the kids are getting out of school, we're looking at 81. >> kim: we told you it's a big breaking news morning.
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this fire. it's burned three to four acres of pallets. this is in a pallet yard in san bernardino. no immediate reports of injuries. we don't know what caused this fire. as you can see it's a big one they are fight right now. >> kim: from a big fire to a big power outage developing right now the lights on at the paris las vegas. craig in place. you were there at the top of the h w news conference, what have you found? >> we have learned that it was very early in morning that clark county fire department gave the all clear for all power to be turned back on at the paris hotel and casino. yesterday morning a construction crew hit and severed a power line in the basement. they were doing some construction work and that cut property power to the entire place. it was a very big deal. 1600 guests had to stay
they were not allowed back to their rooms unless it was an emergency for medication. to make it all right today, richard with the cesar's entertainment company says they get today free and two other days of their choice. the power back on at the front that faces the strip here. they are describing what happened as something unprecedented. never have they had a power outage like people caught in the stairwells. it was pitch black in places there yesterday. decision 2016 the latest numbers out of the secretary of state's office in carson city. 622,000 people are there abouts have early voted in this state. of those 33,000 more democrats have voted than republicans. michelle now joining us live this morning and today is the
you want to make sure you get out here early to avoid lines. this location doesn't open until 9:00 and they are staying open later this evening. they are going to be open until 8:00 instead of 7 which is when they've been closing. as you mentioned a lot of people have voted and they expect more than 600,000 people will cast their ballots early. i've seen a couple of different numbers. according to statistics from nevada, secretary of state, the state voters that are democrats than republicans. so far about 55,000 more democrats have voted than republicans at this point. if you want to get out here, today is the last day. you have until 8:00 tonight. otherwise have you to wait until tuesday. >> kim: thank you very much, michelle. on the stump yesterday we had a vice presidential candidate speaking spanish and a
bullying. >> the first week of his campaign donald trump said that mexican immigrants are drug dealers, rapist and murderers. >> we have to find a better way to talk to each other, to disagree with each other, to respect each other. >> kim: maybe it could start with the candidates. let's talk it out live with tracy potts. trump yesterday and talking about cyber bullying. a lot of people are watching television and seeing where each candidate is going after each other. nothing like the here and now to say come baptist church i can't moment.
disturbs of philly because they are democratic and they are in favor of clinton. she is trying to make end roads there. you heard tim kaine trying to get latino support in arizona. this is where clinton has been trying to pick off a red state. she thinks she'll be competitive in arizona. our latest poll shows she's five points behind. other polls show her to be interesting result there on election day. they are going after very different groups as we get within 100 hours after a couple of years of , this 100 hours until election day. >> kim: i can't believe we're almost there. and talk about an election eve surprise. correct me if i'm wrong, did you hear that the obama's and clinton's will be together in
campaign trail, especially president obama in the last few days, almost nonstop. they are making a huge push. make no mistake why president obama and why north carolina. hillary clinton is having an issue with african-american voters turning out in north carolina. down the road in georgia they seem to be turning out in droves bringing her close to picking off that red state. in north carolina there are issues about voter intimidation it difficult for voters. make no mistake, the reason that president obama is in north carolina is because hillary clinton really thinks there is a firewall. donald trump can't win north carolina, he probably can't win the presidency. >> kim: and president obama trying to keep his legacy in place. thank you for that. it's going to be a wild one next week. we appreciate you. speaking of that on your screen
or on the cw las vegas. we'll have continuing coverage starting at 4:00. all of the results on news3lv.com as well as our facebook page. >> dana: dozens of ballots with different mailing addresses showed up outside of just one california home this week. the man who found the ballots said all 83 were unused addressed to different people but all o living in his elderly neighbor's two bedroom apartment. 83 people. the l.a. county reg star's office said it was a glitch in the system. they have cancelled those ballots and sending out new ones. >> kim: the final jobs report before people head to the polls on election day. the u.s. economy has created 161,000 jobs for the month of october and wages got a big boost. u.s. employers adding a decent
161,000. also the unemployment rate ticking down from 4.9% is where it is. it was at 5%. this is according to information released by the government less than an hour ago. this is the final report on the economy before people pick the next president. >> happening today gearing up for a big victory parade in downtown chicago. the cubs are going to be meeting at wrigley field they are turning the chicago river blue in honor of the cubs. they do this every year but instead of blue they turn it green for st. patrick's day. >> kim: we're going skyward to check out your commute. >> tom: unfortunately that includes a couple of problems. this is in a residential area off of washington and buffalo. this car went on to the sidewalk
all of the adjacent houses don't appear to have any lights on so may have knocked out power to this area. don't see lights until you get a couple of blocks away. have you one southbound on decatur at bonanza. pickup truck on itself side. traffic slow on southbound decatur. as a result you might want to move down and use valley view on the one side or jones on the other side. as we continue team traffic with jeff. >> jeff: we do traffic and weather every 10 minutes f. you are heading in 15 southbound no delays. the freeways have been nice and clear on this friday. 15 to downtown currently 21 minutes. let's get a check of the forecast with kelly standing by. >> kelly: the sun getting ready
but we expect dry conditions here. lots of sunshine. temperatures riot now are a little above coverage. north las vegas 58. sunrise 60. that is on the cool side so you'll want a jacket. temperatures warming up as we get into the afternoon. lots of sunshine. there are showers making their way through parts of arizona working to the north and west but fizzling out before they get to high in pahrump 80. indian springs you are going down to 50. boulder city 61 for your low. this trend continuing. 80 tomorrow. daylight saving time ends this weekend.
sunny. >> dana: time for the water cooler. a lot of people love that show called "the voice" and lucky fans had a chance to mill about on the set before they received this big surprise. >> my birthday was last week. >> happy birthday. >> thank you. >> happy birthday. >> a fan of >> peek aboo. >> miley cyrus and alicia surprising their fans on "the voice." the live shows begin next week here on channel 3. jessica chastain immoralized at the chinese theatre in hollywood yesterday putting her hand and footprint in cement. this has been going on for the better part of a century in
footprints of many of the old time movie stars right there. and the guy with his baby outside of his home when people started asking him for autographs that. is world series m.v.p. ben zobrist. he lives about two miles away from wrigley field in chicago. people started coming up saying can i get your autograph. look at the line. it extends about two blocks long. heas an hour from now starting at wrigley field this morning. >> kim: it was ok for the kids to stay up late because there is no school there today because of the parade. more live coverage out of chicago as they've turned the river blue. they are responding to the jobs report. you'll see how wall street is responding and your 401k on "the today show" this morning. >> dana: jeff and crystal join
happy friday. >> krystal: we made it through the week. happy friday. we're going to continue our coverage from the paris in las vegas. power has been restored. craig is keeping us in the loop. >> jeff: a group of high school students in hot water for posting this picture on social media. the message they were trying to send and why school officials are demanding they take it down. >> krystal: one local pizza place is trying to encourage people
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good morning. the end is near. four days to go and "time's" cover captures the mood of the nation as a new poll shows 8 in 10 americans say the campaign has left them repulsed. are serious concerns about a cyber attack on election day. this morning, at security officials are doing to protect the vote. in the dark. a popular las vegas hotel and casino forced to close overnight after workers damaged its main power line. thousands of guests evacuated. repeated advances? fox news anchor megyn kelly levels stunning new accusations against her former boss, roger ailes.
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