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more evening rain, but this time we think we'll have more winds kick up with breezy winds. up to .20" of rain is possible by morning. yesterday we got .25 of an inch. 3 to 6 inches of new snow expected 5,000 feet. 6 to 9" above 8,500 feet. four men are lucky to be alive... after getting caught in dangerous flood water caused by heavy rain in southern california. first responders sprang into save them last night in mission valley california. it's due to the rising san diego river. the rescuers had to crawl through deep mud and debris to rescue two of the men. when they got to them... the rescue helicopter couldn't hoist because the debris so thick. (( chuck davey/lifeguard 3, river
hitting logs and debris and current and at one point we got swept in the current down with them and we got spun around and we were disoriented on where we were because the canopy was over our head." )) ((paul joncich)) the swift water rescue team technician says in all 25 years on the team this was one of the most difficult rescues. lifeguards say the men who were chilled to the bone, were transported to the hospital for treatment. /// ((denise valdez)) > metro officers will once again... start showing up at car crashes... even if no one is injured. back in february 2014... the department announced it did not have enough officers to respond to property damage only crashes. it caused an uproar. today metro credits the more cops bill... which will allows them to increase the traffic department to 135 officers. now if you're in a crash... and on one is hurt... you can call 3- 1-1. officers will once again show up to the scene... only after they respond to injury related crashes first. /// ((paul joncich)) > police have arrested a man accused of beating another man to death.
one count of first degree murder. according to metro investigators... last night, morrison entered a tent in a desert area on south decatur and charleston... and beat another man with his fists. the victim... was taken to the hospital where he died. this is metro's 2nd homicide of the new year. /// ((paul joncich)) > after three days... a jury has yet to be seated in the trial for the former pastor accused of sexually abusing young girls. 59-year-old otis holland has been in jail since authorities arrested him in tijuana, mexico in 2012... and then returned him back here to las vegas. holland is accused of sexually assaulting girls as young as 7-years-old. he has pleaded not guilty to child sexual assault, lewdness, bribing a witness, and evidence tampering. holland could face life in prison if convicted the state says it hopes to wrap up jury selection... by the end of today. //// ((denise valdez)) > the leader of a native american tribe... says the armed group occupying a wildlife refuge isn't welcome and needs to leave. the tribal chair of the burns
cultural artifacts. they say the group is "desecrating one of our sacred sites." the activists seized buildings at the remote national wildlife refuge on saturday. authorities had not yet moved to oust the group of roughly 20 people. the paiutes say their people spent winters in the area before settlers, ranchers and trappers arrived. /// ((paul joncich)) > it's got the attention of alot of people. tonight's power ball jackpot is up to half a billion dollars. ((denise valdez)) since you can't buy tickets in nevada...that has a lot of locals heading over state lines to purchase their chance at the prize. 8 news now's mauricio marin is live from rosie's den cafe in white hills, arizona. mauricio, what's the wait time out there for tickets? ((mauricio marin)) with only a few hours left....the line is starting to get longer here at rosie's den cafe. it's one of the first places just over the state line in arizona you can buy a powerball
the register behind the counter has not stopped ringing all day. hoping to win big...folks from southern nevada have been making the trip out here which is about an hour or so. most are buying about 20 or 30 dollars worth of tickets at the counter. others are spending hundreds of dollars hoping to hit the powerball jackpot which is at 500-million bucks. november 4th was the last time a player won a powerball jackpot...which is why it's grown to be so big. if one lucky person wins tonight's jackpot.and they choose the lump sum amount.that will total out to just over 300-million dollars. some are taking their time picking the numbers they hope will win. others are leaving it up to fate. ((robert mcbride/buying lotto ticket: "i let the machine pick them. i'm no good at numbers so it's a chance if you don't you don't have any chance. i don't play that often but when it's this big you can't afford not to." )) ((mauricio marin)) this is the fourth largest powerball jackpot ever in history. tickets are only two dollars. but time is running out.
evening. however tickets have to be purchased an hour before. ((mauricio marin)) here at rosie's....the line keeps moving along steady as people hope to pick all six numbers correctly. and staff expect it to get even busier closer to the drawing. so if you're thinking about picking up tickets now's the time to do it. reporting live...mauricio marin. 8 news now./// ((denise valdez)) mauricio a lot of people are hoping to win tonight's big jackpot. what are the odds of winning? ((mauricio marin)) denise...we looked into that...the odds of winning tonight are about one in 292-million. although it's a stretch alot of people say why not? they could be the lucky one cashing in big time. back to you./// ((paul joncich)) > the number of
is now at an all time low. ((denise valdez)) the reasons it may be getting safer in the mines. /// ((paul joncich)) it's a big day for politics in las vegas... all three of the democratic candidates are here for a visit.. the reason nevada has become such an important state... for those running for president. /// < announcer: you're watching 8
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as your life evolves, your dream home evolves too, and protecting it takes committed support. at american family insurance we support your dreams. see how you can save with ring video doorbell at amfam.com/ring the news of southern nevada is now. ((paul joncich)) > mining deaths across the u-s have reached an all time low... but nevada leads the country in fatalities. data from the department of labor shows 28 miners were killed on the job last year. that's down from 45 in 2014... a 37 percent reduction. there were 11 deaths in coal mines, another all-time low mark. nevada recorded the most fatalities with four, followed by three deaths in pennsylvania. according to the u-s mine health and safety administration... coal mine closures had some effect on the low coal mine
put an increased focus on safety in recent years. /// ((denise valdez)) > in just a couple hours... the three democratic presidential candidates will meet in las vegas. the event is called, "battle born / battleground" first in the west caucus dinner. hillary clinton, bernie sanders and martin o'malley will take the stage and speak to thousands of their supporters. senator harry reid is hosting tonight's event at the m-g-m grand. ((sen. harry reid // (d) nevada: it's part of the success of the caucuses coming to nevada. think about that. we've had a number of debates here -- republican and democrat debates and its been so good for the economy of southern nevada and also the body politic of our country. ((denise valdez)) nevada will be the first western state and the third state in the country to make its voice heard in the presidential primary. nevada democrats say the silver state was first selected to play an early role in the 2008 presidential nomination process
diversity, the regional importance of the west and our designation as a caucus state. they say senator reid played a critical role in pushing nevada to the front of the line on the presidential calendar. /// ((denise valdez)) > g-o-p republican presidential frontrunner donald trump is directing his latest attacks at texas senator ted cruz. trump raised the question how cruz's birthplace could impact his candidacy. cruz was born in canada, but his mother is american...makin g him a u.s. citizen. he responded to trump with this tweet... a link to a clip of the tv show happy days... his motorcycle. jumping the shark has become pop culture shorthand for the moment when a tv show - or anything else - begins to go downhill. /// ((paul joncich)) > lee canyon got a nice blanket of snow overnight. ((denise valdez)) the amount of fresh powder on the mountains... white stuff. ///
consumer electronics show opened today in las vegas, unveiling the latest and greatest in technology. ((paul joncich)) c-b-s reporter danielle nottingham shows us a few of the thousands of electronic gadgets on display at the convention... plus some high ticket items for the kitchen and the garage. the massive consumer electronics show provides a peek into the future of high- tech. and some items are for the immediate future. including the marathon laundry machine which is a washer and dryer in one. it comes with a touchscreen, wi-fi and can even warn you if you accidentally leave your phone in your clothes. in the kitchen there is an lg fridge you can open with your foot. or tap on the door to see what's inside. last year, 4k tvs were all the rage, cnets brian cooley says this year hdr is the next big thing. (brian cooley/ cnet editor at large) "hdr or high dynamic range. a television that can show really dark areas, really bright and more of the colors your eye can see all at once." automakers are here too.
car called the bolt which starts at $30,000. there's no price tag yet for this rinspeed concept car. "the steering wheel retracts for comfort and convenience" the experimental electric car can drive on its own and comes with a drone that can take selfie's of you driving. danielle nottingham, cbs news, los angelesthe experimental electric car can drive on its own and comes with a drone that can take selfie's of you driving. the car is just one of the countless high tech items at this show that covers more than 2 million square feet of space. danielle nottingham, cbs news, los angeles ((paul joncich)) > coming up in about half an hour... we'll take a look at the big news in virtual reality... as oculus rift gets ready to go on sale. we'll have a company live in studio... owing us how it's making r...an even more emersive experience. /// ((denise valdez)) > today would have been a great day to call out sick and hit the slopes up at lee canyon. take a look at these photos... the ski and snowboard resort sent to us. it shows fresh piles of snow on the tables and chairs. lee canyon says it got 6 inches
brings the total up to 16 inches for just this storm. tedd florendo is here. tedd... there could be even more snow on the way? ((denise valdez)) wet evening breezy toss to weather < tedd florendo >we had rain around the afternoon yesterday not the case today. temps are near where we were yesterday, only difference is we're seeing more wind today. plenty of clouds right now and they'll be around agian for the evening. ............................... ......... temps staying cool but not too cold. high 40's with some areas inthe mid to low 50's this afternoon with milder temps over to the east side of the valley where we're lower in elevation. cold up in kyle canyon and we had good snow up in lee canyon yesterday. ............................... ........ region temps in the mid 50's right now in mesquite all the
40's this afternoon for pahrump with coldre temps in the central part of the state and up in reno. near 60 this afternoon in death valley today. ............................... ................ local radar had some quick showers pass through south valley no where else. snow continues in the mountains good, we need it. more showers on the doorstep at stateling with rain now pushing through sandy valley. could be another we commute for many. ............................... ..................... this is where all the active weather is at. severe weather in form of thunderstorms and heavy rain is creating a lot of flooding from sand diege up to riverside where we have flash flood warning in effect until this afternoon. we even saw a few tornado warning issued earlier near escondido. ............................... ........................ rain hitting all of california at this hour changing over to more snow in the higher elevation. this is forecasted again to move up to the northeast and give us
will it be as steady as yesterday, probably not but some rain bands could give be moderate at teims. ............................... ...................... we're watching the pacific because one is pushing in and another one could be in the works again for saturday and sunday as more el nino storms continue to push in from the pacific. ............................... ...................... futurecast shows chances are high for evening rain. some some heavier bands this evening between 6 to 9 pm. then overnight by early morning less showers and with more focus on the lincoln county. slight chances could return tomorrow morning and the afternoon. drier by friday afternoon. ............................... ..................... so here's the forecast. 40 tonigth with more rain and slick roads. breezy winds expected tonight with winds up to 25 mph. tomorrow 50 for the high and mostly cloudy. slight shower chances tomorrow although not as high as today. slight breeze tomorrow. ............................... ..................... mount charleston snow showers and another winter weather visory. ow level tomorrow down to 4,000'. ...............................
d maybe sunday m.xt week we turn more sunny by dnesday with overnight lows opping to the mid 30's and illy by friday morning and all of next week. nearly 2-thousand people have registered their remote controlled drones... just in the last two weeks. the f-a-a- released the numbers... after requiring drone registration just before christmas... on december 21-st. while that number sounds like a lot... there are likely many unregistered drones out there. consumer groups estimate more than 400- thousand gadgets were sold during the holiday season. drone registration costs five dollars on the f-a-a website...
register by the 20-th of this month./// ((paul joncich)) > if you're looking for ways to help the planet this year.... your timing is perfect. our 5th annual super recycle event is happening january 23 at the thomas and mack center. it's like one stop drop! republic services will be there accepting recyclables. care coalition will also collect and safely destroy unused and expired medicine. goodwill will be there to collect household, and clothing items. and the blind center of southern nevada will take your unused or outdated electronics. and shred-it will be available to destroy your documents./// ((denise valdez)) > the new star wars movie is closing in on avatar... on a big record. ((paul joncich)) how much more the force awakens needs to make... to become the highest grossing film ever... in north america.
says "star wars: the force awakens" will become the highest- grossing film in north american history. the film has so far made more than 758 million dollars in north america in less than three weeks of release. disney is projecting that with today's ticket sales, it will pass the 760-and-a-half million that "avatar" made in its run six years ago. "the force awakens" has broken record on top of record since opening in mid- december. the film now sets it sights on growing its totals around the world where it has so far made one- and-a-half billion dollars. that already puts it number four on the all-time global list. /// ((denise valdez)) > as of today... netflix is in nearly every country in the world. the streaming video service is
including india, nigeria, poland, russia, saudi arabia and south korea. several countries are still off-limits for now. netflix service won't be available in crimea, north korea and syria due to u-s government restrictions on american companies. the company says it's working to open its service in china... but will likely find challenges there as well. media content in china remains heavily censored by the government and many websites including google and facebook are blocked. /// ((paul joncich)) > putting an end to a project that's been driving you crazy. demetria obilor has been following it since it started.... she has the latest update on the henderson construction zone. (( )) demetria obilor: > connie says, "horizon ridge pkwy. between green valley pkwy. and valle verde dr. has been under construction for quite awhile. we were told it would finish by november." southwest gas set up in this area back in august. work was initially scheduled to
this pipeline replacement project lasted several weeks longer than expected, but construction is finished. crews were scheduled to pave the green valley parkway and horizon ridge parkway intersection december 19, but additional inspections and paper work was needed by the city of henderson. southwest gas says the paving will be completed once the weather warms up. hey! what's driving you crazy? send your traffic question to traffic eight at las vegas now dot com. ((denise valdez)) > making sure shelter pets have a better chance of finding a home. ((paul joncich)) the new ordinace in las vegas... aimed at cutting back on the sale of animals from breeders and puppy mills. ///
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((denise valdez)) > the onslaught of el nino related storms continues to hit california and other western states - increasing the risk of flooding and landslides. ((paul joncich)) many coastal california communities from san francisco to san diego are under flash flood watches and high surf warnings.and winter alerts
chris martinez has the latest from ventura county. mud washed down hillsides onto a major highway in southern california.as heavy rain downed trees and drenched the bay area. blizzard conditions iced over roads and dumped several inches of snow at ski resorts. in arizona, crews scrambled to rescue a man and his grandson after their suv got stuck in floodwaters. ((mark jackson/ national weather service meteorologist)) "we are now getting rainfall in southern california and within the desert southwest within arizona where there has been some impact with flooding. and so, it's impacting quite a bit of the west." california's thousand-mile coast is covered in warnings, watches, and advisories for rain, flooding, and high surf.as another el nino related storm moves in from the pacific. communities near wildfire burn areas are most vulnerable to flash floods and mudslides. but meteorologists say the bigger risk will come later once the ground is soaked with 10
((mark jackson/ national weather service meteorologist)) "the perception may be that the ground is saturated. but we've been very dry for a quite a few years now, so the ground can take quite a bit of rainfall." noaa says the current el nino, at its peak, has now tied the strongest el nino on record that caused widespread damage in 19-97. la deputies are warning the homeless living near rising rivers to find safe shelter...with up to 6 inches of rain expected this week. chris martinez, cbs news, ventura county. ((paul joncich)) tedd... we hear it will take years of steady storms like this week's to make up for the water deficit created by this four year historic drought. /// more rain on the way coming in
southern californa again from another pacific storm system. ............................... ....... california has been very active today with severe thunderstorms reported. evening tornado warning near escondido and near san diego. rain continues to migrate to the northeast. ............................... ....... we're getting the leading edge of that moisture again. had a few showers that passed through south valley, but the evening. ............................... .......... and tomorrow. more evening rain, but this time we think we'll have more winds kick up with breezy winds. up to .20" of rain is possible by morning. yesterday we got .25 of an inch. 3 to 6 inches of new snow expected 5,000 feet. 6 to 9" above 8,500 feet. after a long and heated debate -- the city of las vegas has decided to make it illegal for pet stores to sell pure bred dogs from puppy mills.
the two pet stores in las vegas left that still sell pure bred puppies. it will bar pet shops from selling animals bred in puppy mills and require them to sell, display or give away animals only from an animal shelter, or nonprofit rescue organization -- like the lied animal shelter. the issue fired up animal activists and divided the business community: (( cheryl prader / disc 3 30:05 i have been fighting with af for years and for once animal foundation and i agree this bill 30:11 butt to: joshua / disc 4 12:11 you guys are here to protect the businesses this cmmty grown and thrive .. to pass a law coud harm our local businesses goes against what else to guys are appointed to do. 12:24 )) ((denise valdez)) 110 cities and counties have banned pet stores from selling commercially bred puppies. the law barely based with a vote of four to three. it won't go into effect for two years. ((paul joncich)) > a state of
after a massive natural gas leak califorina... after a massive natural gas leak that's been releasing fumes into a los angeles neighborhood for months now. the governor of california says local residents requested extra help because of how long it's taking to fix the blowout at an underground storage facility. families have been requesting relocation until its fixed... two schools in the area had to send students elsewhere. a well at the gas field blew out back in october./// ((denise valdez)) > the former head of the c-i-a is on capitol hill. he's been called by the house select committee on benghazi to testify on the 2012 attacks. craig boswell is in washington d-c with the new details that could come out of the latest hearings. general david petraeus is on capitol hill to testify about the terrorist attack on a u-s compound in benghazi, libya that killed four americans, including ambassador chris stevens. (sot: rep. lynn westmoreland/( r) georgia) "you just have to get all of these different perspectives and thoughts and look at it and try
what you can best determine to be the truth." petraeus is the 65th person interviewed by the committee - including an 11-hour hearing with former secretary of state hillary clinton. this is the eighth congressional investigation into the attack which has taken up to a year and a half and spent more than five and a half million dollars. (sot: rep. elijah cummings/(d) maryland) "so far, we have not heard anything that contradicts what we already know." but chairman trey gowdy says the committee has broken new ground. (sot: craig boswell/cbs news/capitol hill) "you can categorically say that you have learned new information?" (sot: rep. trey gowdy/(r) south carolina) "you don't have to take my word for it, did any other committee access ambassador stevens emails? did any other committee for that matter access secretary clinton's emails?" but while the committee labors through more interviews - the story of the attack hits the big screen this month. (nats) "if you don't get here soon, we're all going to die." producer michael bay is coming out with a movie called 13 hours a hollywood blockbuster version of the story. (sot: rep. lynn westmoreland/( r) georgia) "what the people will perceive as being the truth may be
what a book says." the committee hopes to begin writing its final report in a few months. craig boswell, cbs news, capitol hill. ((denise valdez)) that movie hits theaters on january 15- th./// ((paul joncich)) > conflicting information coming out of north korea. ((denise valdez)) did they or did they not conduct a hydrogen bomb test? how long it could take to figure out the truth... and how several different nations plan to get to the bottom of it./// < announcer: you're watching 8
paul joncich. the news of southern nevada is now. ((paul joncich)) > north korea rattled nations around the world with an unannounced test of a powerful bomb. ((denise valdez)) the communist nation claims it has reached new levels of nuclear sophistication. but as c-b-s reporter kenneth craig explains... it could be weeks until that is confirmed. north korea claims it successfully tested a miniaturized hydrogen bomb, but
josh earnest/white house press secretary the initial analysis conducted is not consistent w nk claims of bomb test. the blast registered as a magnitude 5 point 1 quake. it happened near near punggye-ri (poong - gay - rhee) - where previous nuclear tests were carried out, but us. intelligence believes a full size hydrogen bomb would have been more powerful. south korea and japan condemned the test. and so did china.one of north korea's few allies. ( kenneth craig, cbs news, the united nations) diplomats here at the united nations quickly scheduled an emergency closed door meeting to discuss the developments. elbio rosselli, united nations ambassador for uruguay the members of the security council strongly condemn this test, which is a clear violation of security council resolutions. japan mobilized reconnaissance planes to collect air samples to test for radiation. analysts say if north korea's claims are true, it could be a game changer in the arms race.
security analyst if they are on the verge of miniaturization, that means they are close to being able to put that on a warhead and potentially deploy it well beyond the korean peninsula. this is north korea's 4th claim of a nuclear test. kenneth craig, cbs news, the united nations. ((denise valdez)) u.n. security council members plan to draft a new resolution dealing with north korea, but haven't said if it will contain any sanctions. /// ((paul joncich)) > exploring different worlds... right from your own home. ((denise valdez)) the problems customers are already running into as they try to buy a virtual reality headset... and how much it will set you back./// announcer: now nevada's first choice for news.
and one of the big announcements to come out of the convention... is the release of the much hyped... oculus rift. the virtual reality headset will cost 599- bucks... and will ship to 20 countries beginning on march 28th. the company also started accepting pre- orders today... and the demand was so high... its website crashed. oculus aims to create a more immersive media experience. facebook acquired the company in 20- 14... and promised more games and programs geared toward the new technology. /// ((paul joncich)) > but viritual reality isn't just about what you see with the eyes. it's also about what you can feel. we're joined by co founder of sub-pac... todd cher-necki... who's in town for c-e-s. how is your company is taking the v-r experience... to another level. - you brought a special chair in? what's it do? - how will this work with a vr headset such
< tedd florendo >we had rain around the afternoon yesterday not the case today. temps are near where we were yesterday, only difference is we're seeing more wind today. plenty of clouds right now and they'll be around agian for the evening. ............................... ......... cold. high 40's with some areas inthe mid to low 50's this afternoon with milder temps over to the east side of the valley where we're lower in elevation. cold up in kyle canyon and we yesterday.
........ region temps in the mid 50's right now in mesquite all the laughlin. 40's this afternoon for pahrump with coldre temps in the central part of the state and up in reno. near 60 this afternoon in death valley today. ............................... ................ local radar had some quick valley no where else. snow continues in the mountains good, we need it. more showers on the doorstep at stateling with rain now pushing through sandy valley. could be another we commute for many. ............................... ..................... this is where all the active weather is at. severe weather in form of thunderstorms and heavy rain is creating a lot of flooding from sand diege up to riverside where we have flash flood warning in effect until this afternoon. we even saw a few tornado warning issued earlier near escondido. ............................... ........................
at this hour changing over to more snow in the higher elevation. this is forecasted again to move up to the northeast and give us some much needed rain. will it be as steady as yesterday, probably not but some rain bands could give be moderate at teims. ............................... ...................... we're watching the pacific because one is pushing in and another one could be in the works again for saturday and sunday as more el nino storms continue to push in from the pacific. ............................... ...................... futurecast shows chances are high for evening rain. some some heavier bands this evening between 6 to 9 pm. then overnight by early morning less showers and with more focus on the lincoln county. slight chances could return tomorrow morning and the afternoon. drier by friday afternoon. ............................... ..................... so here's the forecast. 40 tonigth with more rain and slick roads. breezy winds expected tonight with winds up to 25 mph. tomorrow 50 for the high and mostly cloudy. slight shower chances tomorrow although not as high as today. slight breeze tomorrow. ............................... ..................... mount charleston snow showers and another winter weathervisory.
tended forecast shows other ower chance again on saturdayand maybe sunday a.m. xt week we turn more sny bydnesday with overnight lsopping to the m 's andilly by friday morningnd all next week. we're just a few weeks away from super bowl sunday... and 8 news now is getting in on the excitement by giving away 25 hundred dollars. to enter all you have to do is go to our website at las vegas now and click on the contest link. you can also sign up on our facebook page. the winner will be announced on
bowl./// ((paul joncich)) > improving your brian function may not be as easy as downloading an app. ((denise valdez)) the reason -- lumosity got slapped with a 2-million dollar fine. / ((paul joncich)) changes for teachers. tonight at 5... the winners and losers in the new teacher's health care plan..
jury subpoena in the wake of a norovirus outbreak in california. ((paul joncich)) the mexican restaurant chain revealed the news in a securities filing. the subpoena, served in december, is part of an investigation by the u-s food and drug administration's office of criminal investigations. it requires chipotle to hand over several documents related to the simi valley restaurant where about 100 people were sickened by the norovirus in august. chipotle said in the filing the incident was isolated and it will cooperate fully with the federal investigation. /// ((paul joncich)) > a california company will have to pay a two-million dollar fine for claiming it can improve your brain function. ((denise valdez)) the lumosity app was also billed as a tool to fire up academic performance and fight dementia. but the federal trade commission says the claims mislead consumers, because there's no science to back it up. federal officials say the lumos labs company has agreed to a
lumos labs will have to give customers an easy way to scrap their subscriptions, but it wrongdoing. the company says the settlement doesn't pertain to the rigor of products. /// paul joncich > that's all for us at 4. denise valdez 8 news now at five starts after this. don't forget.. we're always on at las vegas now dot com, on facebook and twitter. ((paul joncich)) > president