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offense, number 78. five-yard penalty. and replay the try. >> al: sirles, the right tackle. >> cris: sirles moved first. may have been a little movement. but unless you cross that line, it doesn't matter. >> al: now, you have got the 7 yard line, they flex the tight end, rudolph, all the way to the left. three receivers to the right. bradford looks over th where was that? ten feet high. not even close to keep it at 17-15. and obviously, they try an onside kick and if dallas recovers, that will be that. >> cris: let's see if sam bradford can get this in on the end of the play.
to the helmet of the quarterback. enough force we've seen those called. and sam bradford calling for it. tony corrente did not see it. it was to the shoulder pads. it was not. >> al: not at all. that was cedric thornton, getting away with it. corrente doesn't see the shoulder a and they get away the it. >> cris: the arm on the shoulder pad blocked the arm on the face mask, from the view of corrente, back off of the quarterback's right. >> al: we know a lot of you joined us late. mike zimmer underwent emergency eye surgery. not here.
coach. and onside kick will determine if this game will go on or not. and witten hasn't caught a ball tonight. but he makes the catch there. so, the streak will be over. but the dallas cowboys are going to be on their way to another win. i just want to quickly acknowledge graham tinker passing at the age of 90. he was instrumental of building nbc into a tremendous network during his tenure. a beloved man by everybody who our sympathies to the family. he was a special human being. >> cris: got a chance to meet him, thanks to you. it was great. >> al: he was something else. the dallas cowboys will get the weekend off. their next game is a week from sunday night, against the giants on "sunday night football."
the giants are 8-3. pittsburgh coming up on sunday, to try to keep pace with them. only loss this season for the cowboys was to the giants, by one point on opening day. so, find out about mike zimmer and minnesota's next game is a week from sunday. they two to jacksonville. whether mike can make it or not, we don't know. bradford trying to lead that comeback, comes up short. but coming up next, the
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welcome to "the folks volkswagen gulf alltrack game report." >> the minnesota vikings hold zeke elliott to less than 90 yards rushing since week two. and yet, the dallas cowboys emerge with their 11th-consecutive victory here on "thursday night football." winning a football game. a tight one, 17-15, here in minnesota. heather cox, moments ago, with dak prescott. >> you came into a hostile environment, on the road against a top two defense. what went right tonight? >> we stuck together. we played a great defense.
and we stuck together after some turnovers, some bad things happen. things didn't go our way. but we stayed together. >> 11-consecutive wins. and we talked yesterday. there's no stage too big. what's the key to you staying so composed and so confident during this run? >> my teammates and coaches. we have a great group of veterans that have been here that have done this. just keep us all under control, just allow us to go out and have fun. >> congratulations. les a year that starts with tony romo in preseason. and opening-day loss to the giants. they're a team you can see it now. and they figure out different ways to win the game. and they certainly did tonight. >> let's say this. that was an ugly game tonight, for the dallas cowboys. they did it in an atypical fashion tonight because the time of possession, much more in
and end drives. they found a way to win. and as much as anything tonight, they went on special teams. it was the big turnover down there, that led to the go ahead touchdown. special teams, a big difference all night tonight. >> the irony in that, was zimmer not able to coach. and priefer the interim head coach. the one special teams guy that works with everybody. and the thielen play, that was really close, was the play of the game, though. >> and sam bradford hung in there. this is an offense that is struggling to put something together. they did on occasion. and did it on the two-point conversion and get the penalty. and don't catch a break on the officials from the last one. >> dallas, 11-1. and minnesota at .500 after the great start. they are 6-6. we'll have more of the postgame report when we come back to minneapolis after this.
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>> anchor: tonight a group of people he singled >> anchor: news 3 getting a police report about father arrested for killing his own son. what he said led to the fatal shooting. >> anchor: death toll climbs an infernal in tennessee that destroyed hundreds of home. the big fear when community is a flames moved on. >> announcer: news 3 starts right now. >> anchor: a unlv math instructor is facing backlash
to his classroom is not a safe zone for undocumented immigrants. that evening i am jim snyder. >> anchor: the instructor threatened to report students to authorities. >> anchor: we take you to unlv for the quicken's strong reaction. >> reporter: lvmpd a is considered a diverse university in the country. a part-time math teacher decided to post his opinion on undocumented. >> woman: i am angry that this individual thought it was okay to come out and say this to students just to get an education. >> reporter: public outcry after unlv undocumented instruments. >> man: the statements of mr. bush is unacceptable.
zone in my class and threatened to report students to authorities have someone openly report someone to immigration officials, that is really what the fear is. students should be able to their instructors and be able to be open. >> reporter: on campus some students feel bush's statements. >> man: if they do not comply with federal government, that's a willful action to break the law. i am here to support individuals who believe law should be upheld. >> reporter: when we met up with mr. bush outside the classroom he refused to comment.this came one week after unlv president joined other presidents to support undocumented access to education. he released a set saying why we strongly committed to the first amendment, unlv will continue to protect students, faculty,
diversities that make us strong and proud. >> reporter: along with taking action against mr. bush, advocates are calling on president of unlv to designate officially this campus as a sanctuary campus. reporting live from unlv. >> anchor: another chilly night settling and in southern nevada. i whether authority team is keeping tabs on the numbers for. >> meteorologist: thumb strong story will be the winds picking up and blowing tomorrow. strongest winds will be outside of las vegas valley in northeastern parts of the county mesquite and new viable gully. it will still be rather windy here. in fact, we need to check this iris. some cells are flashing from the las vegas strip. here are temperatures around
you work northward. the wind is interesting. it causes friction and keep temperatures warmer tonight than last night. once it starts blowing the wind chill will feel much colder. your start tomorrow morning will feel more like freezing. and, we have a reinforcing shot of cold air and went. that's coming up in the weather segment. seven-day away. >> anchor: new information about local father accused of murdering his own son. >> anchor: we look at police report on the case.>> reporter: an arrest was made for michael gardenhire that he actually did not remember murdering his son. when officers first approached him he admitted to shooting his 20-year-old son. he does not remember when his son arrived home, the two started arguing.
metro report. this is what 49-year-old michael gardenhire told officers. detectives questioned michael gardenhire about the murder of 20-year-old son, josh wheatley. gardenhire told detectives he suffers from short-term memory loss due to depression and anxiety. he remembers everything before the shooting happened. he said he picked up the s shelter. he really does not know if he is justice father. why joshua stayed with her they often argue. on the day of the murder, lee said he did not like following the rules. that is when gardenhire said he lost his memory. police say they found lee inside the apartment with gun wounds to the does.gardenhire admitted to the officer his son was not armed with any weapons and never physically threatened him. gardenhire has been put in detention center where no bail.
tonight for clues to deadly shooting in downtown las vegas. it happened on north front street near bonanza last night. metro officers found a man lying in the doorway with gunshot wounds. medics took him to the hospital where he died. they believe the shooting was drug-related and looking for red jeep cherokee seen leaving the scene with three people trial. they will charge her with child abuse of sean malone. she helped tie up her son before her roommate beat him to death. the roommate is charged with murder. the amount of time tied up contributed to the death. >> anchor: growing skepticism about car company that was supposed to bring lots of jobs to southern nevada. >> anchor: we broke the story lysate. construction is all for faraday
billionaire. >> reporter: what will happen with this pile of dirt. >> man: i believe this is over. i believe it was over before it began. >> reporter: that was the show across the bow are reporter john traynor brought you from state treasurer. dan schwartz penn state government skeptic about faraday future. we reached out to governor. we did not hear anything back. faraday future the car company that north. cars have not left the garage. plaintiffs dogwood construction halted. rafael oil is broke the story of construction home. >> man: there are indications deeper issues at faraday future. like money. that is schwartz's beef.they say that becker is stretched too thin. >> man: it is not appear to us
>> reporter: for example, they offered 3 billion in abatements and credits to make it happen. >> man: the problem with the state we are not anything except for a severe case of embarrassment. >> reporter: faraday future it was the biggest shot to make a job making. 45 potential jobs. as for faraday the next step will be in january where it faraday did not return my email. last night tweeted we will unveil the future in 2017. a lot with the car riding on it. that is one month away for a car no one has seen from a plant yet to be built. >> anchor: president-elect trump and his thank you tour of america after sealing a deal to keep 1000 jobs at carrier air conditioning plant in indiana
they will not be allowed to move out of the us without consequences. indiana often carrier $7 million in tax breaks to keep the plant open. at the same time another indiana interior plant is closing and moving 700 jobs to mexico. >> man: i want to let other companie great things for businesses. there is no reason for them to leave. your taxes will be at the low end. and your unnecessary regulations will be gone. >> anchor: part of the consequences, president-elect trump is calling tax for goods produced in other countries and imported to us. >> anchor: trump picked a former marine general, general james mattis as sector. he needs congressional waiver to get the votes.
before heading to pentagon. matt is just retired three years ago three also tonight donald trump asking to reject party's request for a rate drop. he said michigan should not allow low less insulting request. >> anchor: he is accusing jill stein of planting doubts of legitimacy about election. magician recount was to start tomorrow. recount and take about 12 days to finish. nearly 3 million people voted in wisconsin tonight we are learning how big of an impact the final presidential debate had on our hometown. >> anchor: that debate took place here in unlv. we spoke to students and faculty about widespread exposure has done for the school. >> reporter: 71 million people have their attention right here
both students effectively agree brought much needed exposure. when then presidential candidates donald trump in hillary clinton took on the debate, eyes were not focused on them but also unlv. it brought in $115 million of recognition traffic. >> man: you can see web traffic follow topics he was talking about the five they reported webpage increase 85 percent when night. 113 percent increase on facebook, 73 in crease on twitter. valuable exposure for unlv brand. >> man: beyond unlv it's a great experience for the students and good impact.
students volunteer. kinder patterson was one of them. >> woman: it was my first time voting. i wanted to get involved in different facets. >> reporter: for sophomore like other students saw the debate on campus platform to voice their opinion on diversity, immigration reform.>> man: my father was immigrant and noel resident. >> woman: our group was one less and we are an example for around the matter to effect this means first debate to take place in nevada, unlv has made market history to continue to track interest for many years to come.>> anchor: new information being released tonight about deadly shooting of police officer in tacoma, washington. we went to this breaking news at 11 p.m. last night. that's a suspect shot and killed last night were using to children as shields. they were are an 11 years old.
he'd been with the department since 1999. it started when a woman told animal control that the man locked her out of the house. reginald gutierrez was shot as he walked up the stairs of the house to the husband. >> man: my sincere condolences go out to the officers family and friends tacoma, that he so proudly and selfishly served for many years. >> anchor: the shooter had multiple weapons inside the house. $6000 reward being offered for a man who shot an officer in chattanooga, tennessee. police spent hours looking for man who shot the officer at a school for arts and science. students like down during the manhunt. the officer was shot three times. fortunately the wounds are not life-threatening. in fact he is out of the hospital tonight.
that crashed in columbia killing all but six of 77 people on board. most of them were part of a soccer team from brazil. the charter airplane ran out of air fuel. it was minutes from the airport in columbia when it went down. a crew number told traffic controller moments before the crash electric failure and without fuel. >> anchor: when you look at devastation behind me, it is sad but not surprising. the dental is rising tonight for the infernal that tore
this week. 11 people confirmed dead. authorities a word they will five more victims as a go into hardest hit victims. it hit resort area eastern tennessee. more than 700 homes and billions burned. at least 74 people have been injured. many were her as they ran away from the blame spirit entertainment dolly parton whose theme park was spared is promising to support families, promising them $1000 in aid every month as long as they need. >> woman: i know it's a hard time for my people. this assistwi our efforts to recover by going to dollywood foundation.org. thank you for your help, continued prayers, and concern. >> anchor: series of fires burning and the area. authorities believe one started in a trail was caused by a person. other fires were set off by following powered post. >> anchor: southern states reeling from deadly tornadoes.
>> anchor: your computer may be safer tonight now that police in germany arrested five people in a crackdown on international cybercrime operation. >> anchor: at least 30 nations involved. german officials say they confiscated 30 service and hundreds of thousands of internet domains used by the group nickname avalanche. >> anchor: iraq
pressing on with us all on mosul. the latest urban stronghold, the last one left for isis in the country. an alliance of iraqi forces backed by us power had the city surrounded. they still stay determined and deadly resistance. today they continued their efforts to take neighborhood in eastern mosul after reclaiming 11 neighborhoods in an effort to reach the bank of the tightest river. obama administration support plan to have women register for the draft. security tsa removed for women. it makes logical sense they register for the draft when they turn 18 just like men do. >> anchor: a rocket carrying a supply bound for iss flipped when it began is to danger into straight. it was loaded with 2 and a half ton of food and fuel. russian space officials report cargo floated 120 miles over
buzz aldrin recovering after being airlifted out the south tall. he was there were private tour group when he got sick. he has fluid in his lungs in stable condition after given antibiotics. doctor say the 86-year-old will be kept overnight after f observation. he is in good spirits, smiling in a picture here. buzz aldrin was second man to walk on the moon. one of the biggest thrills of my life. we had these flights and might town that does zero gravity. i got to be on a flight with buzz aldrin. that was my very call for me. >> anchor: re-creating classic
>> >> anchor: prime, if you want to get all the gifts listed in 12 days of christmas it will cost you big bucks. that tally for this year $34,343. that is up $243 from last year. >> anchor: if you purchase a gift every time they are mentioned, you have to shell out $155,000. >> anchor: with news 3 is your weather authority. we hope you enjoy the game, especially if you're a dallas fame. >> anchor: i know i dead.
fan. my day is next week before you may hear some hoot and holler and and this building. enough sports. that's coming up in a few minutes. we need to talk some weather. when advisory weather headline. breezes picking up tonight. they will blow tomorrow, some gust in town around 40 miles per hour. strongest winds are expected outside the valley. northeastern part of the county and down south closer to colorado river. census december 1 i went to c normal. if temperatures did not crash the end of the month, it would have been easiest november on record for las vegas. as it stands, we tied for second first 2008. 1/10 of a degree shy of what we set in 2007. the colors in the sky you see magic up there when the sunlight mixed with ice crystals on the clouds. this is pretty nice up there was snow on the mountains. in las vegas never disappoints.
the right position as the clouds go sun goes down. we are cooling down with reinforcement shot of cold air. common across spring mountains and working southeast and down across las vegas valley. just enough when sun went down to give us a clash of color. we have a few more this evening but it's clearing out tonight. some degrees. those are just practice wins. anthem is 46 degrees. no win for the moment. it will be a few hours about 1 a.m. we will get winds going. cheyenne check in at 62. current wind speeds, less than 10 miles per hour. again, after midnight and 1 a.m., the northern part of the valley and then work its way southward. why we sleep under the cover of
after today we're starting december below normal. high and low 57 and 38. november was so far above normal. by the way, if you keep track of three degrees guarantee another hot month. we are on a roll this year, last year, and the year before. $2100 we were 21 for 22. starting tomorrow we will raise money for the shelter for out. that pattern has held. temperatures tomorrow starting in the 40s and work its way towards the 50s. but, here comes the wins. this is sustained winds during the day tomorrow. over 20 miles per hour. gusts will exceed 30 miles per hour in some neighborhoods. some around the edges will be in 40s around middle of the day. these clouds were clear.
after another. there's one next week that will be a big chill. it may not be windy but it will be colder. tonight going down to 42. wind blowing early in the morning will create wind chills in the low to mid-30s. high smile 54. strongest winds tomorrow afternoon. those will cost over 30 miles per hour. plan on the wins all day. seven day forecast we start to recover a little and then the next system really stinks. we are talking highs in the 40s with breezes blowing. look at tuesday night. we will see our first wide spread freeze with many neighbors and are below the freezing mark next tuesday night. if you are having issue and a straight husband in the doghouse, it's time to work it out so you can get back inside the house.
prescott and does border. prescott launches went down the middle, in stride outstretched as came down with it. he goes down himself. 56 yard reception to set up one yard touchdown run. he and prescott hooked up for go-ahead score.dallas gets the 17 16 victory. new nascar annual victory la vegas strip. the celebrator lab instant championship week. 16 drivers from sprint park race participated in perform some burnouts. they celebrated the sponsors. next season monster energy will replace brent. vegas native kyle busch is looking forward to next year. despite winning number one driver the year award, he is hungry for another
it's through the accolades of what you've accomplished over the years. it's not necessarily a word you set out for. the only one you look out for anyone to achieve his championship. a successful year all around. we want to do 400 again. we contended and did what we needed to do and look forward to next year. >> sports anchor: the annual award show is tomorrow at t when. and dimitris johnson fights the ultimate fighter tim elliott. the fight people would prefer to talk but is not even set. that ufc carl mcgregor facing retired boxer floyd mayweather. mcgregor took his to the state of california and issued a license. he's applied for one and nevada. nevada bob bennett said he is not sure mcgregor is good enough to compete in boxing. for mcgregor's safety he will
he did watch him and said there some things to improve on. mcgregor cannot get ellie license until he pays the fineness or punishment for hurling cans and bottles at a press conference. as for mgm no one reported injured after that. new england's gronkowski is injured. he will have to go surgery to repair henry in a distant back. tom brady is hoping super bowl dream is not over. he is expected to be out eight weeks or more tiger was back from back surgery. he played the first round today of competitive dauphin 466 days. he's playing an bahamas. started the game strong. that's the eighth hole laid that softly on the green.
he's finding water there and 17th place finish. that does not sound too bad, but there's only 18 golfers in the tournament. >> anchor: lecs not in last place. [laughter] >> anchor: let i'm assuming he will make the cop. >> reporter: >> sports anchor: in the back as i write. >> anchor: thank you amber
there, the late leaders ashes spent the night in a mausoleum that houses the bones of an monument dedicated to ernesto show barrel who also let crucial fights for cuba's independence before being killed in a battle in bolivia 1967. the muslim jester has meant just described as symbolic reunion of revolutionary. the ashes left and continue journey towns along the way i prepaying for the convoys arrival. in last seen us residents work to make sure the town was at its best as they await the arrival of fidel's at ashes. the late president will be entered on sunday, ending the nine day morning. for the man who pulled the country for nearly half a
>> >> anchor: metro police unveiling a program to make sure you don't of a robber at home. >> anchor: we've shown you time and again how home surveillance cameras catch crooks and the act.as is reports, metro wants to know if you have them in your home 35 estate video we see all the time. >> man: all i want to do is get these guys caught. >> reporter: victim of crime like robert crow back catching criminals on camera.
truck on thanksgiving. >> man: it's becoming more and more important to prosecution and arrest of offenders than ever before 35 a share about increasing importance of video evidence to land with criminals behind bars. he spoke about introducing new program of metro called hitting safe cam. >> man: know where the cameras are. >> reporter: natural asking to register home and surveillance cameras so who has it and where they're pointing. i will make finding a suspect much more easier. >> the path and have cameras here and have cameras there. >> reporter: the program is found here in free. they believe if you, i suspect a video they will contact you and asked to see it. if it shared with community they take your privacy very seriously. >> man: quite often we show suspect descriptions we crop it down just for the face or just a license plate number. we will take care so they cannot follow back from
>> reporter: a similar tactic already in place in philadelphia, salt lake city, and buffalo. another example using technology to help fight crime in your neighborhood. >> anchor: some bad numbers for roads across nevada and in parks county. according to saty 200 people died in nevada roads this year. that is up six percent this time last year. here in clark county 200 people killed. that's up 10 percent from 2015. good news, number of alcohol-related deaths dropped from 74 in nevada in first 11 months to 60 so far in 2016. possible showdown tonight between chubb administration and hundreds of us sanctuary city. >> anchor: nevada is one of those that do not hold people
are ready to take on president-elect trump over this issue. >> reporter: immigrant issues helped catapult candidacy. donald trump will see if he can deliver. >> man: we will enforce all our immigration laws. >> reporter: score of local leaders have vowed to sign him. >> man: you are safe in chicago. you are secure in chicago. >> reporter: these are our neighbors. >> man: we will continue to support our neighbors. >> reporter: can bear refusing to detain illegals for deportation or share information with the feds. >> man: the bottom line is enforce the law. individual cities do not get to make decisions on what federal laws they will enforce. >> man: they are anyway. that is a problem. there is a large period of time
these individual cities get away with it for political reason. >> reporter: will they risk losing federal funds? for new year alone that will be $10 billion. 37 there will be political pressure for the cities to look tough against a tough administration. ultimately, these are politicians who understand federal funding is critical to their existence.>> reporter: chubb pans are somewhat tied. they pass rulings that came one out of obama fight limit what federal government and if the white house does not get its way, they may found fun i like a republican governors. just this week they sign a law to be in sanctuary cities and hold any funding to them. >> anchor: meanwhile obama administration said it will challenge a federal court decision to black limitation of new rule of make million americans are available for overtime pay.
role. texas attorney general ruling that appeared obama administration of violating 10th amendment of overtime rule. >> anchor: school district in virginia banning some classic novels because they contain racial slurs. it started with complaint about to kill a mockingbird and adventures of huckleberry finn. validate words as accessible. a committee is reviewing the complaint. no set timetable for that process. >> anchor: common party drug