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>> reporter: news throw is your weather authority and we start with a steady rain. made it a miserable monday on the roads. >> reporter: you know the slippery streets made all kinds of problem today. good evening i'm marie mortera. >> jim: i'm jim snyder. get over to kevin with a look at the situation now. >> kevin: things are tapering off rain wise. october. showers to the northeast the entire band has been shifting to the east. we are not seeing much rain in the las vegas valley. a couple showers in southern parts of the county. rather impressive rainfall totalings we will show you the numbers and tell you where they go from here as things dry tonight and the seven day forecast is coming up in a couple hadn'ts. >> jim: thank you, here is something on the roads now we
for drivers with rain mixing with oil on the roads and making them slippery. we are seeing a lot of combreen on the map, marie. not bad. >> maria: people may have got stuck in traffic this morning. check in with tom to see how the drive is going so far. >> a lot of the rain stops we have slick roads that may have something to do with this accident in suth areland in town center. it is the accident that very roads in the pick up that spun around. does not look like anyone is hurt it is where you come off in the traffic circle. an excess speed that is where it gets out of control. a slickness on the roadway. vehicle on the sidewalk is looks like the squeeze on a travel lane. the volume is light. that's one spot and we had them all day jim and marie. >> maria: real have, thank you.
frustratingast semi lost control and hit a burial wall near the spaghetti bowl. you see northbound lanes were shut down at the height of rush hour for repairs and that back up did not clear for five hours. >> jim: be careful tonight the family of a man killed in a hit and run on saturday are pleading with the driver who took off to come forward. >> maria: bobby pierce was killed. his wife is in the hospital >> jim: surgeiois live where she is recovering. surgeio, how is that second victim doing now. >> jim, we are told her wrist, hip and leg all broken in that hit and run crash. her husband bobby pierce of 20 years leaving two children without a father as well. and troopers saying it was either a tan or a brown van that
saturday. pierce and his wife were in that car. they were crashing in the center median. pierce was killed on the scene and his wife remains at umc. the couple has two teen children. bobby's sister in law has this message for the person responsible. >> i understand you may be scared. you are worried. do the right thing, and yourself in and go to the police station. and go talk to them because you have taken a husband, you have taken a father and brother in law and uncle from his family. my niece does not know why they don't know who. please, do the right thing. >> and again nhp asking you if you have information regarding a
color, it may have damage to the driver's side both the side of the vehicle in the front and possibly in the back. if you have information on this crash that happened saturday at 6:30 you are urged to call police. reporting live. news three, back to you. >> surgeio, thank you. now decision 2016. voter who is made up minds are coming out in record numbers to vote early in clark county. 84,000 voted poles are open until 7:00 tonight. over the 100,000 mark in the first three days. it is over 10% of registered voters. we got this break down. democrats are coming out higher than republicans so far 52% on 30%. >> maria: impressive numbers as we get close to november 80 you hash every vote counts. >> jim: that will be true this
ballot races throughout nevada. >> maria: jeff is on the voting beat. the democrats want latino voters to add to the early lead at the poles? >> jeff: yes, they do. both of you not just democrats is this. given the rhetoric from the top of the republican ticket. latinose need to turn out now. >> reporter: in two races latinose make up 28% of nevada the difference with victory and defeat making florala important. >> you know, i'm proud to say i'm first time voting. >> reporter: this first time are voted early on saturday. >> i have kids i want to know the future for the four years coming a great future for them. >> reporter: she was part of the democratic early wave of vogue.
encouragement rhode into town. the message to latinose, vote now. running for congress in the hispanic fourth district. >> we will see a record number of latinos voting. we will have a greater turn out than ever. >> reporter: because of trump and his hard line against mexicans and immigration. republicans are fighting for the the spanish out reach for doctor joe heck. >> every vote is important in nevada that's why we focused on our communities the asian community the doctor has support. hispanic community. 50 hispanic leaders chose to support doctor heck. >> at the campaign rally sunday with the president that was her
>> a presidential pat on the back for someone who will never take her vote for granted. >> one vote is counting and makes the difference in the country. >> reporter: if you do not know, early voting runs until november fourth. do it. 11 days left it will be interesting to see how high the percentage goes. >> maria: i was at an early voting location and there were lines afternoon this yesterday. trump called voter survase that show him losing ground phony poles. >> maria: we continue our coverage. >> reporter: encouraged by some poles clinton is help nothing congress. trump said part of the rigged election is [inaudible]. >> reporter: defiant or in denial. trump in florida.
nationally. trump trails by 12 in the new abc news pole and trailed by six in national poles and battleground states he is close or ahead in iowa, ohio and florida. phony poles trump tweeted the media rigging the race. >> you see the phony poles and rigged the media they can wield absolute power over your life, your economy and your country. >> senate and don't buy that concerns they could go down with trump >> we get stuck for five dayos an issue that generate friday a statement that trump makes. >> reporter: clinton in new hampshire with senator warren taking advantage of trump's insults. >> we nasty women will march our nasty feet to cast our nasty vote to get you out of our lives forever!
maggie who leads gop kelly. >> and unlike her opponent she has never been afraid to stand up to donald trump. >> in florida early voting begun with two weeks until ballots are tallied. >> clinton feels confident spend time helping democratings win victory in congress and really talking to in thors congress is the big battleground. some feel like the presidency. >> the adds. >> more to come. >> reporter: huge campaign issue. if you get your health insurance through obama care you better be prepared pay more for the bench mash silver plan insurers will raise prepare yawps 22% tell cost 300 an among. experts urge those on the plan to review options since premiums
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end for fans of the cubs or the cleveland indians. when you add it that is 176 years of frustration for fans of the cubs and indians. word series kicks off tomorrow. the frenzy surrounding this historic match up that includes las vegas. we are joined with a closer look. >> you can imagine people
because their favored they are not an overwhelming choice to win the title. there is a lot of action taking place the baseball world series has not generate third degree interest for a time. it is world series week but for cleveland there is more than a trophy at stake. >> this is the yore we have been waiting a long time. >> no teams waited longtory win another world series. indians last champion was in the cub 40 years before that. 1908. they have been the butt of jokes the answer to trivia questions. but for one of the teamings decades of wait until next year are about over. >> it has been an emotional ride. everybody. watching them year after year after year not winning and being at all the games. >> cleveland indians are going
clenched a spot fans have been getting ready and gearing up. >> seven-eight shirts and four-five hats. have to get the family gear. >> average shopper spends con50 bucks that is chump change compared to tickets online prices surpassed super levels with seats selling for thouands. a cost that will climb excitement and intensity the two teams take a swing at history. >> maria: that was cool we did searching on the internet and found a cub fan and they gather at brandos on blue diamond west i-15 and indians on charleston near deicature. [laughter]. enjoy the game.
>> of course. >> maria: a lot of people will really around the cubs for this reason. chris knows he is a home town hero. either way. >> thank you. >> and get ready for e mails. i know. i know. i was knowledging about it. what better way to start's monday than with a celebration. casino through a breakfast bash in honor of the the clark county school district smart start program. a casino works a high need elementary school to feed the kids. today each of the schools received a check for $10,000. since 2000 casino contributed 2-1/2 million dollars to local high risk schools. >> maria: it was a reason. no reason to rally around the world series.
you go with the local guy or -- >> maria: be diplomatic this has been a contentious election season. come together. >> we can't. [laughter]. a rough day. football season. >> let's move o. because it is the laker's season. i will have to be with the nfl. go raiders and for dodge are fans wai s year. i like the way the team is going that is sports let's talk weather. to the doppler radar it has been an active day. fun day with steady rain which is unusual for october. a wave this morning and a batch this afternoon will individual showers push to the northeast the line is moving east. we are done with the rain. have the clouds but memorable
the rainbow pictures were outside the valleyy. one from mosquite and bolder city. before the rain started yesterday we had incredible sunrise pictures. magical shots looking to the east as the valley skies on fire. how about this. 10,000 foot level at mount charleston. snow for the first, time this season. rain was the big store the lodge got drenched with an inch and a third of water. if you look to the mountains you saw the clouds cling to the mountains. look at the volcanic scene there at red rock that is cool. in town waves of rain go through this morning and the afternoon. things are beginning to clear and last image showing a glow from the sun. a little bit of a glow from the sun check in with neighborhoods. half an inch.
franklin a quarter of an inch at 62 and 88%. and the green valley park way and 21595% humidity and quarter of an inch of rain. rainfall totals varied depening on your neighborhood. we saw higher rainfall totals east and south today. outside of the valley the mountains pahrump is a large valley half an inch to over an inch of rain depending on location. the high temperature with that ray of up mc carron. the air for the official measures for las vegas and quarter of an inch what is important we are above gnarlal for 2016 at 3.72 inches. temperature with the sun got to 71. half a dozen below normal. you might go down as above normal day. no surprise. go outside and breathe. air quality is clean out there.
70's by lunch. up to 80 owe low 80s for a high. wind will not be a factor. neither will rain or clouds because of the push through we may have left over humidity. take a while to get rain to e vaperate. there are showers possible in southern portions of the county they should taper off in the next hour. the system pushes to the northeast. high pressure move in with sun. we are smooth s 60 in mosquite. sandy valley 77 tomorrow. boulder city font. for las vegas valley the rain moves east. the skies clear late but awhile with high levels of humidity to dry the pave am. 82 the high. lots of sun and your seven day. sun and he warm mid week. hang on we got more chances for
seymour that could make the weekend interesting. halloween ghostly clear and mild. >> very nice. >> important. >> important. we don't want to have a soggy trick or treater. >> what are you going to be? >> a weather man. >> you can pull that off. >> scarce them every time. >> thank you. >> jim: practice makes perfect. >> maria: that is everything else.
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tonight, battleground blitz. just 15 days to go, hillary clinton riding high, and donald trump now telling his supporters the policies are rigged, casting blame as the candidates hit the home stretch. highway horror, new clues and questions after a tour bus and a big rig investigating a fatal collision. manhunt for a killer who opened re on police, now on the run, armed and dangerous, and there is another troubling twist. bonus betrayal. thousands of u.s. troops promised money to re-enlist and serve america at war, now years later being told to give the money back. military families outraged. and the end of a curse. history and high hopes, and a tale of