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welcome back to fox5 news this morning i'm maria silva and i'm dave hall. campaign season wraps up tomorrow with a possible history- making appointment. if hillary clinton wins, she will become the first female president of the united states. as we head into the final hours of the election, both candidates will be rallying last-minute voters in several crucial u-s states. cnn's scott mclean joins us live from new york city with the latest on the race. good morning scott... ((ad-lib))
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long general election campaign finds donald trump and hillary clinton stumping for every vote. polls have tightened in the waning days of the race. a cnn "poll of polls" - which averages the last five most recent national phone surveys - gives clinton a narrow lead -- 45- percent to trump's 42-percent. both candidates are campaigning furiously monday. clinton in pennsylvania, michigan and north carolina and trump in florida, north carolina, pennsylvania, new hampshire and michigan. the candidates ... pulling no punches: donald trump/-r-
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will be under investigation for a long, long time for her many crimes against our nation, our people, our democracy" hillary clinton/-d- pres. nominee: "this election is a moment of reckoning. it is a choice between division or unity, between strong, steady leadership or a loose cannon." but many americans have already made their choices official cnn has partnered with a data company called catalist that works with progressive candidates to receive detailed early voting information - numbers indicate that nearly 40 million people have already cast their ballots, including more than 17 million in battleground states.>> ((ad-lib))
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if you haven't
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polls yet to cast your ballot, tomorrow's your last chance! the polling stations will be open from 7 a-m to 7 tuesday night. all registered voters must vote at their designated polling place and must be 18 years or older on el early voting in clark county saw record numbers this election cycle. 486-thousand people voted last week during early voting. that's a more than 50-thousand voter increase over the 20-12 general election. fox5 will have special coverage of election night. you can stay up to date on air, online and on our mobile app. we will be live as the numbers come in and will let you know who is ahead and who came out on top of each race, locally and nationally. you can also watch our live election coverage
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by downloading our fox5 mobile app. its available in the apple and android play stores. now it's time to get a first look at your fox5 weather 24-7 forcast... cassandra jones joins us now. good morning i'm cassandra jones with fox5. mostly sunny skies with temperatures well above average will continue today. we will max out at 79 degrees today with a high around 80 for tuesday & wednesday. not much change in the week ahead forecast which means it will stay warm & dry with very few clouds. slight cooling begins thursday but
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will continue to remain above normal dipping closer to mid-70's for the weekend. one person is dead and another is recovering after their a-t-v crashed in the desert. police say the all-terrain vehicle flipped twice and rolled down a hill sunday afternoon on star hills near decatur. one of the riders died at the scene. a female passenger was treated at the hospital. police say neither of the riders had protective gear on, like a helmet. "this time of year everyone wants to be outside and they want to do outdoor activities but it's one of those things you do have to take percautions especially ones that are already designed for those vehicles, whether it be a simple seatbelt or a 5 point harness, and something as simple as a helmet could definitely save a life." police say the female passanger is expected to be okay. in national news, a sheriff's deputy was shot and killed and another was hurt while responding to a call in central georgia. he and another deputy came under gunfire sunday afternoonwhen
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to break up a fight between neighbors. authorities say the suspect who opened fire on both deputies was taken into custody a short time later. in other national news, authorities will begin investigating a body found on an alleged serial killer's property in south carolina. this is the second body found in the past few days. last thursday deputies found a woman tied up on todd kohlhepp's property. one day later, they found her boyfriend's body. investigators found another body yesterday. kohlhepp is being held, without confessing to a quadruple murder on sunday. real estate heir robert durst is due in a california courtroom today to face a murder charge. durst is set to be arriagned today in connection with the murder of his frieend susan berman, 16 years ago. durst is expected to enter a plea to the murder charge in court today. the 73-year-old gained national fame when hbo aired the documentary "the jinx" that followed his life and cast suspicion on him for several crimes. a big shakup in the sports world, as dallas
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mark cuban revokes credentials for two e-s-p-n reporters who cover mavericks games. cuban says tim macmahon and marc stein will not be allowed to cover games at the american airlines center in dallas. cuban isn't saying why he revoked their credentials, and simply says its between us and e- s-p-n. in more local news, manny pacquiao returns to the ring at the thomas and mack, and emerges a winner. pacquiao beat jessie vargas to win the w-b-o welterweight title... and the 37 year old did it by unanimous decision. pacquiao retired from boxing last april to focus on his senatorial duties in the philippines. in august, pacquiao announced he would be returning to the ring, saying he has to fight again to earn a living.
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children open is a wrap over at t-p-c summerlin. "...cheering..." rod pampling's 32-foot birdie putt on the 18th hole sealed the deal on sunday. the win marked the golfers 3rd p-g-a win for his career. pampling collected a one-point-two million dollar check for sunday's victory. the golfer says this latest las vegas win, is a rare one for him. "yeah normally i'm not, this is a realy good winner, you know the casinos have helped build a few of those before for a win and i'm very excited." ryder cup champ
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finished tied for 15th bonanza high's scott piercy finished tied for 24th the annual event benefits shriners hospitals for children. companies are offering freebies to get people out to the polls. how you can get to the polls for free, and have enough energy to get there, next. get ready to look up! the famed lighting up the night sky next week. when you can check out the rare moon... next.
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here's a look at your solutions let's begin with your drive here are the accidents to watch out and alternate routes you can use listed on our maps here are the construciton areas to look out for and alternate routes listed on our maps
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cassandra jones with fox5. mostly sunny skies with temperatures well above average will continue today. we will max out at 79 a high around 80 for tuesday & wednesday. not much change in the week ahead forecast which means it will stay warm & dry with very few clouds. slight cooling begins thursday but daytime temperatures we will continue to remain above normal dipping closer to mid-70's for the weekend. a special full moon is expected
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the full moon on november 14-th will be a super moon-- and it won't be this close to the earth again for another 18 years. officials say the last time it looked
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48. the philadelphia transit strike was set to take election day off so workers could get out and vote, but instead the strike has ended. around 2:30 this morning, the transit agency announced it had reached a tentative contract with its 47-hundred workers. a judge was set to hear more arguments in the case today. the strike started one week ago, shutting down mass transit across the city. tuesday means much more to some american workers than just election day. for many it's an extra day off! companies like general motors... hearst publishing... and square... are treating election day as a paid holiday. outdoor clothing company patagonia is closing all of its retail stores... its headquarters in california... and distribution center here in nevada. there is no federal law requiring workers get time off to vote.. and state laws vary. hillary clinton is saving "the boss" for last! bruce springsteem will join clinton for her final rally of the election cycle tonight in philadelphia. the singer is part of a powerful lineup that
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michelle, bill clinton, chelsea clinton and jon bon jovi. springsteen helped campaign for obama in 20-12. no matter who you choose, decision day is tomorrow and now two companies are teaming up to make voting a little bit easier! uber and google are launching a special in-app feature on election day. it will help you find your polling place and take you there for free. new uber users can use the code "vote-today" to get 20-dollars off their first ride. here are some other local election day deals. marco's pizza will be handing out vouchers for a free medium pizza tomorrow. and the company will have workers at some local polling places. seven-eleven is offering voters free coffee all day.. all you have to do is download their app to get your free coffee. it's been a long, sometimes angry and often divisive campaign.
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also plenty of funny moments. and after all this, we could use a few laughs. jeanne moos highlights some of an escalator to announce his candidacy, campaign 2016 has escalated into laughs. from awkward air kissing to sniffing. nats - (sniff sniff sniff.) to coughing. (hillary clinton/ (d) presidential candidate) (hillary coughs) "everytime i think about trump i get allergic." the donald's not allergic to kids. he actually signed one, but threatened to re-assign another. (donald trump/ (r) presidential candidate) "don't worry about that baby. i love babies." a minute later. (donald trump/ (r) presidential candidate)" actually i was only kidding, you can get the baby out of here." and then there was mini trump. (donald trump/ (r) presidential candidate) "do you want to go back to them or want to stay with donald trump?" ("trump.") a crowd pleasing answer til you realize mini trump parrots the last word he hears. (donald trump/ (r) presidential candidate) "what's your name?" ("name.") and then there was the child-like delight in balloons. nats hill and bill batted and kicked them. (jimmy kimmel/ host,
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"it seemed like he'd seen balloons for the first time in his life." (hillary big laugh) "i mean look how delighted he is." the donald seemed delighted with his own pronunciation. (donald trump/ (r) presidential candidate) "nevaaaada. nobody says it the other way, it has to be nevaaaaada." (jeanne moos/ cnn national correspondent) "actually donald, wrong! this is right." nats - "ne vad da." at one rally- (donald trump/ (r) presidential candidate) "get this thing out of here will ya?" trump attacked his teleprompter. nats he publicly humiliated- (donald trump/ (r) presidential candidate) "like this stupid mic." (donald trump/ (r) presidential candidate) "stupid mic keeps popping." remember when hillary barked into her mic. nat (barking) and then this happened at a trump rally: (donald trump/ (r) presidential candidate) "this is something... (sound.) what was that? was that a dog? (hillary) uh oh it's hillary." (jeanne moos/ cnn national correspondent) "when it comes to the insect vote, the donald attracts mosquitos." (donald trump/ (r) presidential candidate) "oh there was a mosquito. i don't want mosquitos around me." and hillary appeals to flies. (hillary clinton/ (d) presidential candidate) "any way he chooses." if only time would fly so we can get relief from the
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the candidates. (donald trump/ (r) presidential candidate) "i don't like mosquitos!" jeanne moos, cnn, new york. if you ever wanted to golf like a president, now's your chance. some of george h-w bush's golfing gear is hitting the auction block. more on the items you can bid on right now. plus we'll have an update on the fatal accident in jean, that has the southbound lanes of the eye-15 closed.
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tion 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
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ave seen fewer police officers shot and killed in the line of duty. it won't end all gun violence, but it will save lives. that's a fact. protect our families and police.
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good morning. here's a look at your fox5 traffic solutions let's begin with your drive here are the accidents to watch out and alternate routes you can use listed on our maps here are the construciton areas
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back to the news desk
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belonged to former president george h-w bush is up for auction. the set includes a golf bag, putter, shoes and golf balls. bush originally gave these items to one of the workers at the golf club he was a member at. he frequently assisted the bush family with their golf equipment, and once played a round with the the auction runs through wednesday. fox5 news this
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fox5 news this morning starts right now after 18 months of non-stop campaigning... the finish line is finally in sight... we're just 1 day from e next president. it was like, shooo.. and the aftershocks were crazy because they were like, hooo." you'd he shooing and hoo-ing too if you felt what they felt... a powerful earthquake rocks the midwest. metro helping in the fight against breast cancer. what they're doing today to help local women get free mamograms. part of the eye-15 is closed in jean
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crash overnight. fox5's peter dawson is live on the scene with the latest. ((closed captioning will resume)) ((closed captioning will resume)) ((closed captioning will resume)) ((closed captioning will resume)) ((closed captioning will resume)) ((closed captioning will resume)) ((closed captioning will resume)) ((closed captioning will resume)) ((closed captioning will resume))

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