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potential can impact on your bottom line. >> taking you inside the driver's seat and the car show, your ticket for gathering reserved for insiders. >> news3, starts now. >> a former unlv football player facing murder charges tonight. i'm marie mortera. >> i'm jim snyder. top story at 11:00, reed cowan joins us with the story. now he's accused of killing a los angeles area musician. his family says devion jents was the life of the party. >> he loved to sing. >> his grandmother who did not want to be identified, tells us the 28-year-old had just stopped up his pop up karaoke business. taking his singing skills outside the family home.
>> steps away from a night club celebrating his brother's birthday. devion and his brother were leaving a club at 2:30 saturday. men got involved in a fight, and devion stepped in to stop t fight. police arrested canterbury just outside of the building and charged him with murder. >> you took someone that we loved. that we -- that was a good person in this world. >> reporter: and a second man cordell shields was apparently charged for the same incident.
>> the woman of the victim.left to die on the side of the street. >> yes i know that was my lady. >> metro detectives say 28-year-old juanita wade was shot in the head by her ex boyfriend. according to the arrest report, she was involved in an extra-marital affair with javon hudson. after an argument at a local strip club that night she was left to die in the street. >> to take her from him and him from her i hope you rot in hell, i do. i hope you rolt in hell. >> during his interview with police they say hudson declined to take a lie detector test.
to attract and recruit lone wolves, christy wilcox joins us live with how it's becoming easier for these groups to get younger people online. >> reporter: social media has definitely opened the doors of communicates. while experts say it's not as easy for terrorist groups to reach out to people online, police say you still need to look out for your young ones. the c photo but also a place where foreign terrorists connect to lone wolves, unlv political pro forma and conflict resolution expert dr. akusa kajori. >> people that have usually that are experiencing some form of alienation from society.
sympathizers, making suburban america being look like the battle line. but this may be hindered more than in the past. >> twitter has gone after them, social media has gone after them to kind of shut these barriers down. >> while more barriers were placed, mass shooting after a parent in arizona tipped off police when she overherd her teen's discussion during a individualoa inspired by a particular group. metro captain says it's good to watch and listen as parents. >> don't let your children play on any of those internet games without monitoring them, having it in a public area in your home. not in a private place. >> something that your adults
>> they may not realize that that's what's happening to them. >> reporter: now police reminding parents to keep that open line of communication and of course, if you say something say something, christy wilcox, back to you in the studio. >> both ammon and ryan bundy could be back in court to charges. both he and his brother ryan were acquitted of charges in oregon following a standoff at a wildlife refuge. no information was released on a possible prisoner transfer here. >> new at 11:00. presidential policy have investors worried. the stock market is taking a hit.
look. >> reporter: what if i told you that a sudden drop here is because of what happens on the campaign trail? there's real concern from some of america's economic minds. 370 economists including nobel laureates. denounced donald trump in an open letter. his policies eliminating nafta would do nothing to bring in jobs and decrease tax revenue by investors worried. >> if clinton is seen as the head of a divided government doesn't look like she will get a lot done if she wins. that might factor in one way. if trump wins does he have a chance to enact these policies and cut us off from nafta? >> not all bad news. the same thing that has the stock market shaking could save
interests are down, just ask this. >> right now it's the uncertainty of what's going to happen. >> reporter: so from wall street to the cul-de-sac, the presidential race is already at your doorstep one week before the polls closing. so this will likely stay volatile as you can imagine until tuesday but goes to show you we at home aren't the only ones that don't know what's happening to this presidential race. some of the experts feeling gut >> yeah, according to the national polls, wall street doesn't like constituency. >> every time those tick up or down, wall street takes a dive. >> decision 2016, our coverage starts at 4:00 p.m. and then at 8:00 you can watch a special edition of news3 on the cw las vegas, covering issues that matter in our state. channel 3 cable 6, full recap on
election results on news3 lv.com and social media. >> we have an update on a story we brought you a few days ago, that drew strong response from all of you. the 92-year-old world war ii veteran will get her all. jacqueline miller didn't report the extra $22 in pension per month she received, she wasn't sure who to call. the va contacted us to say the situation has been taken care of and her pension benefits will continue. >> glad to hear that. still to come. one of the biggest car shows.
i'm catherine cortez masto and i approve this message. as a doctor, i see how decisions in washington impact
my patients here in nevada. so even though i'm a republican, i won't be voting for joe heck. joe heck's voted ten times anned parenthood, which thousands of women depend on for cancer screenings. and heck opposes a woman's right to choose even when her health is at risk. for me and my patients,
as you make up your mind, remember -- congressman heck voted 10 times to defund planned parenthood.
he even threatened to shut down the government over it. heck took all that money from wall street and predatory payday lenders and voted their way. risking it on the stock market. congressman heck just doesn't care about people like us.
>> it is one of the most interesting special market shows. sema. but g on our side, you're going to give us a sneak peek tonight. >> i had to fight off my colleagues for this assignment. including you on this one. if you are into trucks or cars or off-road vehicles, if that's what floats your boat, you'll find it as sema. >> word's out that consumers are demanding products to
seconds. >> , 000 now celebrating its 50th year, 40th in las vegas. peter mcgilivray is president. >> bigger does appear to be better then. trucks outnumber all vehicles at the show. another trend,.automatically a steering wheel seats only and a touch pad. passengers can literally just reach movies until they reach their destination. visitors to sema can turn from a virtual experience to a real
.boy, they had to pull me out of that thing. it was definitely fun. on friday, there is a public event, they're calling it sema ignited and that's where hundreds of cars featured here at sema that costs $20. if you are a student or military you can check it out for free. i'm gerard ramalho. jim and marie, back to you. >> and if you are gerard ramalho you could look at one of those tvs. let's pay homage to the past, a long time fixture in downtown las vegas. mayor carolyn goodman for the
the longest running casino and.hotel in las vegas. bugsie segal used to be an owner. >> come full circle, it is a hipster hangout. which is janison down there once that while. >> i had a great time the opening night at el cortez. >> when was that again? >> 75 years ago? >> yes, pushing in a stroller. all those years ago. i want to look at october, definitely,en 73.9. it will go down four and a half?
weather records have been kept a little over a trend going now. 2014, fourth warmest october pmg 2015 and now we in 2016 come in 5th. a bunch of warm objection octobersrecently. pushed off to the east, there they go out of the las vegas valley and often to participants of sh the rocks and zion national park and new batch this evening, even a couple of light slowrs in utah slowr graveyard shift, we have got
even the mid 60s depending on your neck of the cactus. the morning low sfer, 51, 53, 57. tbof normal in most cases. after a warmer than normal, high of 72, exactly what we forecast volunteers in medicine, monday through friday 3? guaranty. 1400 raised and start a new charity tomorrow. in fact when you get out tomorrow, breathe, air is clean. i mean pollen is absent and the breezes that are picking up will definitely keep the air very, very clean. mid '50s to get started. we'll be in the upper 60s to 70,
gusts, quick gusts over 20 miles per hour, before the breeze starts backing off earlier in the day. we watched the breeze go through, glorified sprinkles in northeast part of the county. high pressure trying to build in but before it gets here we've got these northerly breezes, 10 to 15 maybe 20 and a few stronger gusts. not big winds, notice a little ez going all the way up to the north, these temperatures are set to jump for well above normal november highs. mountains going down to 34, 43 in pahrump overnight, high temperatures, boulder city 75, laughlin 82, 71 unin indian sprinkles, las vegas valley should bottom out about 56, then tomorrow pretty much all day, 10 to 15, 10 to 20 couple of gusts stronger than that.
we're not stopping there, are you kidding me? no. 80? and hang on there, when you want be to hang out at 80, you want a 24 hour program, setting there clocks back saturday night. about be five hours nine minutes and 47 seconds from now. we don't want late. let's just keep it going. i wouldn't mind a cookout on thanksgiving. >> barbecued turkey sure. >> one of the biggest miss transition in american history could be sofd.
with all of the shenanigans danny tarkanian's pulled in nevada -- helping set up fake charities used to scam nevada seniors, failing to pay thousands in property taxes, losing $17 million in a failed development scheme, then sticking taxpayers with the bill -- imagine the shenanigans tarkanian would pull it's why we can't afford tarkanian in congress, ever.
we've learned a lot about how joe heck works. follow the money. he called nevada's foreclosure crisis a "blip" and took almost $700,000 from wall street, including some of the same banks who caused the crisis. and then there's money he's taken from payday lenders who charge 521% interest. heck co-sponsored legislation add it all up, and joe heck is working for corporate special interests. and that doesn't work for nevada. senate majority pac
it's hard to make the past dissappear, but danny tarkanian is tryryin. he'd rather you forget about all of his failed runs for congress, senate, and secretary of state. ...and the shady record that killed his chances every time. the property taxes tarkanian skipped out on for years... the telemarketing scammers he represented... he can try all he wants, but danny tarkanian just can't bury his past. house majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. >> new at 11, a mystery could be
amelia earhart. be. >> skeletal remains found back in 1940 on an uninhabited island in south pacific. discovered that they were virtually identical to earhart. >> they did not find the volleyball with the face painted n coming up your first look at the rebels in action under the new head coach. >> las vegas necessitate of
as a marine combat veteran, i understand the sacrififices our military makes. our benefits are earned, and we rely on them. politicians like joe heck should understand that. narrator: joe heck voted to shut down the federal government, risking critical services for nevada veterans. and during that shutdown, heck continued cashing his congressional paycheck. his military record deserves respect. but back in dc, and that doesn't work for me. narrator: vote vets is responsible for the content of this advertising. ?? this fall at dunkin' donuts, get lost in pumpkin with a $1.99 medium macchiato or latte from 12:00 to 6:00 p.m. sip in the season today.
>> the indians back in cleveland tonight look to clinch the world series and declare their first fall classic win since 1948. the cubs tried to claw their way to game 7. kris bryant, the top of the first, left snempled. center field. hope to see an indians win and this couldn't be good for his heart. adson russell, grand slam, and cubs win 9-3 and aim to win tear first world series since 1908,
last night, we got to see an exhibition game, against dakota wesleyan. drawing the defenders out and getting the ball to sr. forward christian jones, 2 of his 14 points. chris clyburn, two of 96-80, play another exhibition game friday before opening the new sen home game november 11th. facing concordia of california,
team chemistry so good. somewhere and finally the system out at las vegas motor speedway i co-founder mel larson passed away today at 87 years old. he helped spearhead the speedway's construction in the mid 1990s and apparently helped lead the way, in 1998. what i heard, quite a racing pioneer. we all know how successful nascar has been and this city owes a thanks to him for helping