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our own. >> this north las vegas paper company catches fire and the workers were still on the inside needing a rescue. >> the fire near alexander road called road closures for hours. a fire broke out right here at the clearwater paper corporation. it was reported around 9:00 a.m. and is now out. this was a two alarm fire sending multiplere fire erupted in rafters of the building above the sprinkler system allowing it to spread. all employees were evacuated and 70% of the fire was contained. the area where it was made putting it out a challenge. >> it was so high up and if the
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you'll have another challenge in that regard. >> the fire department tells us that no injuries have been reported, they are still trying to piece together what happened and what caused that fire. they do believe that the cause was accidental. news 3. >> thank you. >> new at 3:00. metro police need your help in a man hunt. metro police say the man walked up to that casino cage with a gun. no one get hurt, but we are telling you that metro needs your guy or the case, you can leave an anonymous tip at crime stoppers. >> phillip white faces multiple charges after police say he broke into a woman's apartment and attacked her. police took him into custody on saturday and investigators say
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offender. >> this is 18-year-old cody sullivan right there. detectives took him to custody on saturday. he faces charges in the death of thomas jones. it was near twain and torrey pines on november 5th. police say sullivan in the man in the checkered shirt. officers are on the lookout for the man carrying that backpack and wearing the baseball hat, rather. if you recognize him, give crime stoppers a call and you >> peter carrot seen here, he's charged in the death of a man on sunday morning. police say caris and the victim got into an argument. news 3 does not have the name of the victim had this case. >> a massive 7 point earthquake in new zealand.
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getting a clear picture of the damage. >> they are able to tell us hundreds of aftershocks continue to shake ground. emergency crews still want people to stay away from the shoreline despite the fact that a tsunami warning was cancelled. >> prosecutors had to prove that he locked himself inside the car. he told police at the time it the jury also found harris guilty of two counts of cruelty to children. sentencing will happen in a few weeks. she started her journalism career as a print reporter, working for many prominent newspapers, one of the most prominent journalists.
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questions. >> another walk out in protest of the election. this time at high schools in california. hundreds of students in east los angeles walked out of classes this morning. the superintendent said students are concerned about the outcome of the election and the students want their voices to be heard. the walkout is one of many protests around the country in the wake of president-elect's trump victory. >> filling the top slots was president-elect. >> there's widespread criticism of trump's choices for his senior advisor as the trump staffing search kicks into higher gear. the latest now from the white house. >> eric trump came to trump tower. ivanka trump and her husband key players to fill the possible administration. >> thank you very much.
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finance chair. >> where is reince? >> there's praise for trump picking party chair reince preibus. but horror that steve bannon was named top advisor. >> bannon ran brightbart news, some of them extremists and racists. >> a naval officer, he has success in >> trump demanded his most extreme backers stop harassing minorities. trump hedged on major promise. he'll depart immigrants that commit crimes and keep part of obamacare, coverage of people with preconditions. >> it happens to be one of the strongest assets. reaction today from president obama. gestures matter and how he
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signals his interests in their issues or concerns, i think those are the kinds of things that can fit a tone. >> there were more protests today as trump and his team move to take the reins of power. nbc news at the white house. >> thinking also about the earthquake that happened in new zealand, there's a reality here in southern that is that the threat is very real. >> nevada ranks in the top five of the most seismically active states in the country. live at a training facility out near the air force base. >> denise. >> yeah, latoya and reed, there are fault lines all over the las vegas valley, so first responders have to be ready just in case. the drill today is this. a simulated 6.7 earthquake has
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inside. now, police, fire and the national guard are inside looking for victims. we have role players here who are inside the rubble. there are also mannequins to represent deceased victims. the city of north las vegas has been working on an updated emergency plan for about a year now. they tell me training with the national guard is an invaluable experience. >> this magnitude of training has not been done in nevada since they were always doing training generally on a smaller scale sometimes. this is a pretty big exercise involving a lot of states. >> geographically and unfortunately of the world we live in today. a manmade catastrophe, we want to be ready as a city. we're putting our training skills to the test, and it has been successful so far. >> and along with the nevada guardsman, there are soldiers
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we're talking california, utah, colorado, because the truth of the matter is, if there was an actual emergency here in nevada, most likely we would be calling on help from within the region. let's go back to you in the studio. >> thanks so much for that, denise. >> the clark county school district wants to hear opinions from parents, students and staff. it launched its annual survey. people can complete that survey, it the ongoing effort. the survey is available at the website and we have a link at >> do you like taco bell and beer, that restaurant is now on the las vegas strip. you can enjoy great taco bell stylings right there. taco bell cantina is now open. a patio space and a shareable
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celebrates 25 years of living in full color. the blue man group started performing in 1991 in new york. they now have a permanent residency at the luxor. thursday will be declared blue man group day and the empir blue. >> a woman is in police custody for the animals that are inside her house. >> and they aren't your usual pet. >> as president-elect prepares to become president on inauguration day, what's going to happen to his twitter account, that answer coming up at 3:30. we've got clouds coming up from the south. a cold front coming in from the west. we've got action as far as the
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security check points. travelers forced to use other gates to reach their destinations, the long lines caused a lot of people to miss their flights. the all clear was given, but we still don't know what was in that package. >> a man behind bars accused of sexual assaulting a woman. >> his two children, who were both under the age of five taken to the hospital with nonlife-threatening injuries. >> a sheriff's deputy killed in what police are calling an ambush style attack. >> the story. >> a candlelight vigil for a slain deputy who spent most of his career with the sheriff's department helping children.
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remember that. tragedies like this bring a community together. >> around 6:00 sunday night, several hundred people gathered at leebright park in houston to remember deputy wallace. >> a lot of times you see them driving around and saying hi. >> he was well-known in the community. >> town hero in houston. >> having touched thousands of lives with the dare program and having officiated a number of sports. >> walked up and said hello. >> here he is at a 2007 memorial for a fellow officer. >> he was a really sweet man and always funny. that's what i'll remember him as. among those at the individual were city leaders, sheriff deputies, firefighters and emts,
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around the deputies brother who worked as a detective with the police department and who both come from a law enforcement family. it is tremendously tragic that he is gone, but dennis died doing what he loved doing. >> all coming together to show their support for law enforcement officers like deputy wallace who dedicate their lives to protecting others. >> right but the fog will clear, the sun will shine, and we cannot and will not let evil win. >> and that was linda muma reporting. >> he talks about what do with obamacare. >> when you replace it, are you going to make sure that people
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still covered? >> yes. >> also with the children living with their parents for an extended period, we're going to very much try and keep that. it adds cost. but it is very much we're going to try and keep. >> much more on president-elect trump and including how his social media accounts will be impacted coming up at 3:30. a woman arrested right here and accused of letting tigers live freely in her home. she's jailed here in nevada. ths meyer. game wardens say she kept these wild animals inside her home with a 14-year-old daughter. the tigers at their ages were dangerous and could kill. a man says he paid $3,000 for the animal but never got it. the animals are now with animal control. >> wildlife can pose a threat to anyone inside the house, especially if it isn't
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had three tiger cubs, a full grown adult tiger, a fox, a skunk and a several monkeys in her home. she's being held on $2,000 bail. >> dangerous wildfires are raging tonight. numerous communities in several states are threatened. the south east is facing drought conditions being made worse by carelessness of many people who go out to enjoy the gre outdoors. most of the fires are either arsons or human cause. >> from all indications, this is one of the worst conditions for wildfires that north carolina has ever seen. >> warm temperatures expected to continues kroo -- continue across the region. >> exciting news to share to you. >> we had this little agreement
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to be the one to tell you about it. it all happened two years ago when she had sunday. and i went on air to tell the world about sunday. sunday has been joined by baby brother honor moxy mooreson. he's part of the news three family and our amazing southern nevada community as well. >> baby honor, thanks for your name. it reminds us of something we should all value, just like your mom and dad's presence in your lives. >> do you see moxy? >> clearly he's his daddy child. >> super baby there and supermoon to talk about. what a phenomenon that was and we thank all of you for sending
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sunday. let's talk about that moon. that big supermoon. as big as we have seen in 48 years, the next one won't be until 2034. the best visibility, the moon rises at 5:13. but we probably won't see it come over the mountains until about 5:30 or so. that's when you would want to go outside. it looks very cool when it is low on the hori it should be similar to the size it was last night. i love the shot here of the exhaust of the plane. just about as large as it was last night. it will be absolutely gorgeous, the sky, the weather will certainly cooperate, i hope you get a chance to see it and if you really want to examine the brightness, you got to get out of town and look around at the landscaping and you'll be able to see certainly how the moon is going to enlighten us and brighten up southern nevada.
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to the lake. absolutely gorgeous today. on the hills of what has been a stupendous weekend. right now, coming in at 81 degrees. next stop will take us across the valley. that will venture over to the west side. only 22% humidity and down in the shadow of green valley ranch and the breeze blowing at 2 miles an hour. mid 70 right around 80 or low 80s. look at the highs today. mid-november. 81s. 82s. tough to argue with that. outside of the valley, coming in at 77. they maxed out at 77. overton topped out at 82. at mccarron so far the top temperatures reach 78 degrees. 11 above normal. still though three shy of the 1995 record. we have seen slight elevation with the junk in the air and
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up. tree pollen not even a factor out there. tomorrow we'll get started in the mid 30s. brace ourselves for the mid to upper 70s. there won't be much wind tomorrow. come wednesday, the winds are going to change in a huge way. >> two things, first of all, spotless today. that's not going to change. these clouds will come up from the southwest. we'll deal with those tomorrow. high thin clouds and then you've got the front out here and that colder air will work shock to your why -- your system. caliente down to 29 degrees. mesquite 77. supermoon-lit night. 53 degrees. tomorrow's record high is 82 that should be safe, but it is
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up. i think that breeze will probably hold off until late tuesday. wednesday into early thursday, downright windy. left over winds on thursday. 60 degrees on thursday for the high. thursday night's low 39. let me just toss out a preemptive strike, it is going to be chilly, but we don't allow weather whining. >> i'm going to be in trouble. >> it is so cold outside after it has been so mild. it will be a shock to the sy >> stay in bed, 39 degrees, hunger -- hunker down in bed. >> it is one of disney's most
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? even though it all went wrong, i'll stand before the lord of song with nothing on my tongue but hallelujah ?? >> kate mckinnon playing hillary clinton singing the late leonard cohen "hallelujah". >> a hitting over the weekend stranding those three cows on that land. you can see how the earth was ripped away from the sides. the sky blue diamond, up for grabs this week. it could fetch as much as $25 million at auction. these are rare. this one more than eight carats, one of the largest of its kind.
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ride on friday, find another motorcyclist with a broke down bike and it turns out it was bruce springsteen. he gave him a lift to a local bar. he bought a round of drinks and promised to get tickets to a future show. >> that's what's buzzing today las vegas, we'll send it back to you. >> disney's honor roll releasing live action movies. >> beauty and the beast feel it in your heart. >> the film includes harry potter star emma watson as bell. it is the first time that we get a clear view of the beast and some of the other characters in the film. it will be on the big screen
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>> an attack on a teen caught on camera, what police are saying about this alleged abuse. >> news 3 starts right now. >> one of donald trump's most effective ways of getting his


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