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down to the mid 40's by the time we hit our 11 o'clock newscast. we' ve been talking about rain chances this weekend. is that still in play. we'll let you know coming up about 2 breaks away. we are in the home stretch of this year's c-e-s convention. ((denise valdez)) since wednesday hundreds of thousands of people from all over the world took over the las vegas convention center for the massive electronics show. ((paul joncich)) 8 news now reporter michael stevens hit the trade- show floor for a closer look at the newest tech trends. ((michael stevens: it is day 3 at ces and everyone is here for really one thing. the gadgets so lets take a look at some. )) ((laura hubbard // spokesperson, ces: now sensors are going everywhere including the insoles of your shoe. now there are three sensors in here -- it's going to be able to give a runner real time feedback via an app on how their foot is striking the ground so you're going to be able to correct any
your stride and to help you improve your running. )) ((patrick alcerro // spokesperson, ces: patrick what do you have here? here i have the panono 360 panoramic camera. it lets you capture the entire world around you in a single photo and look at it later on your phone. why would somebody buy this? it's great for if you're hiking and you want to show people those amazing -- at the top of a mountain. you just toss it in the air and it takes a photo of everything around you at once. )) ((laura hubbard // spokesperson, ces: now these are not headphones right? this is a potable total media device you look at this -- but when you actually put them on -- i'm not wearing this incorrectly. i am now seeing a screen... right in front of my face. so you would connect via cable to your smart phone -- and you're able to view your movie just like you would at a theater. it's the same experience looking at a screen at a theater. you got the headphones on, you're looking at the video. it feels like you're at a theater but you could really be up in the air flying across the country.
as you saw, more and more technology at ces 2016 and it all wraps up tomorrow here in the valley. reporting from the las vegas convention center... michael stevens... 8 news now. )) ((paul joncich)) c-e-s brings in over 150- thousand people... and last year generated over 210-million dollars in non- gaming revenue./// ((paul joncich)) >it's expected to be a busy weekend at mount charleston. ((denise valdez)) with the ((denise valdez)) with the possiblity of more snow on the way.. first respondersare aksing people to plan ahead. 8 news now reporter karen castro is live on kyle canyon road with what you need to know if you have plans to go up this weekend ((karen castro)) driving conditions look good now.. but that can quickly change.. first repsonders aksing people to plan wisely.. roll q to vo:plan wisely
fire.... ...chains must remain on tires even after it stop snowing.. 4wheel drives are recomemended. ..and ahead of busy weekend.. mutliple agencie are working together to keep the roads safe. roll q to sot:keep the roads safe --folks with mt charleston fire.... ...chains must remain on tires even after it stop snowing.. 4wheel drives are recomemended. ..and ahead of busy weekend.. mutliple agencie are working together to keep the roads safe. roll q to sot:keep the roads safe ((sot with jorge gonzalez/fire chief mt charleston protection disttricyt..) sot jorge gonzelez/fire chief mt charleostn fire protection district sot tr:14
our state. a new report ranks nevada dead last in the nation. education week broke down the report into three categories. the role of education in a person's life from birth to career. k- through- 12 achievement and school finances. nevada scored a "d" in all categories and recieved an overall "d" grade. massachusetts ranked number one and had a b plus score. overall the country as a whole received a c./// ((denise valdez)) > a mexican drug lord... re- captured after half a year on the run. ((paul joncich)) the gun battle leading to el chapo's arrest... and the dangerous weapons seized during the raid. ((denise valdez)) and the e-mail's keep coming! the latest batch of correspondence from hillary clinton's tenure as secretary of state... and the red flags being raised
j@j@ on average, it takes three hundred americans working for a solid year, to make as much money as one top ceo. it's called the wage gap. and the republicans will make it worse by lowering taxes for those at the top and letting corporations write their own rules. hillary clinton will work to close the wage gap. equal pay for women to raise incomes for families, a higher minimum wage, lower taxes for the middle class. she'll get the job done for us.
omar villafranca reports from dallas. >mexican marines captured joaquin "el chapo" guzman in a pre-dawn raid in mexico. acting on a tip, law enforcement say they found him hiding out in the town of los mochis. five people were killed in a gun battle but el chapo was not injured. marines seized guns, a rocket-propelled grenade launcher and two armored vehicles. (nats of president speaking) "mexico's president addressed the nation saying the country has the capability to bring criminals to justice and protect its citizens." el chapo has been on the run since his elaborate underground escape from a maximum security prison in mexico back in july. security experts say the intricately devised escape likely took more than a year to plan and included buying land, constructing a building in the middle of a field and then digging a mile long tunnel equipped with a modified motorcycle. he is believe to be responsible for as many as 34- thousand deaths. officials say his sinaloa cartel
heroin, cocaine and marijuana to the u.s. the mexican drug lord escaped once before in 2001. he allegedly slipped away in a laundry cart with the help of prison guards. he had been on the run for 13 years. omar villafranca cbs news, dallas. /// ((paul joncich)) one marine was wounded but his injuries are not life threatening./// ((denise valdez)) > a close call for a philadelphia police officer after a gunmen , pledging allegiance to the islamic state, opened fire on his patrol car. police say last night the man shot at the officer in his marked cruiser 13 times at point blank range. 33- year- old officer jessie hartnett.... is a 5- year veteran of the force and was taken to the hospital, where he underwent surgery and is expected to be okay. police say there is no indication the shooter was tied to a larger terror plot, but the f-b-i and department of homeland security are also now investigating (((captain james clark/philadelphia police
warrants in his property in upper darby and also on in southwest philadelphia. )) ((denise valdez)) a law enforcement source told c- b-s news the suspect was dressed in muslim clothes when he waived a police cruiser down... when the cruiser pulled over, that is when he opened fire. hartnett fired back and did hit the suspect at least once. the suspect was treated and released into police custody. his mother says her son was a devout muslim and felt targeted by police./// ((paul joncich)) > nurses travel the country... for bernie sanders. ((denise valdez)) the qualities they say they share with the presidential candidate... as the "nurses for bernie" bus
released batch of emails from hillary clinton's personal account during her tenure as secretary of state includes some that are now marked classified. ((paul joncich)) > but her political opponents are raising red flags over the state department's release of the emails overnight. craig boswell has the latest from the state department. >the state depaatment listed a variety of reasons for the overnight and late release of
clinton emails from her personal account during her time as secretary of state. (kirby) "it was not at all an effort to make it harder for you to cover the story or to go through the documents, it was to meet as best we could, the requirements set forth by the court." the government says portions of 66 emails were upgraded to classified status. one of them is now considered "secret". clinton has repeatedly stated she did not send or receive classified material on her personal account and the state department says the emails were not labeled classified at the time they were sent. one email thread shows clinton and her state department advisor jake sullivan discussing issues over sending secure information through less secure means. sullivan "they say they've had issues sending secure fax. they're wojking on it." hrc "if they can't, turn into nonpaper w no identifying heading and send nonsecure." all 55-thousand pages of emails stored on clinton's home server are under a court-order to be made public by the end of january. republican national committee chair reince priebus questioned the timing of the emails, saying....
the night and on holidays are an obvious attempt to hide the truth." so far more than 43-thousand have been released. craig boswell cbs news the state department./// ((paul joncich)) > the remaining 12- thousand emails are expected to be released by the end of the month./// ((denise valdez)) > you might notice a big red bus driving around town this weekend... all in support of a presidential candidate. the "nurses for bernie" tour bus is in southern nevada. it's backed by the "national nurses united" union... who have chosen to endorse democratic candidate bernie sanders. we caught up with some of the nurses... who told us why he's their man: (( we as nurses believe that bernie embodies the values of nurses. we believe in caring and compassion and making sure we take care of the community and bernie sanders is exactly wanting to do that in his presidential platform so we are 100% behind bernie sanders
((denise valdez)) next up on the buses itinerary... colorado, kansas city, st. louis.. and iowa. after the iowa caucuses... they'll make their way back to nevada in mid february./// toss to weather < tedd florendo >this week was a cool one with below average temps all week starting on the weekend. temps typically around 57 this time of year and many of the days were topsy turvy in the mid to low 50's with tuesday being our coldest day around 52. it also happened to be our wettest day this week. we've had measurable rain everyday since monday, with exception today. ............................... ............ temps today in the mid 50's through many neighborhoods and slightly milder. milder over to the east part of the valley and kyle canyon
temps expected to be similar tomorrow as well. ............................... ........... regional temps also cool today from mesquite all the way down to laughlin. expected to be a chilly morning for all of us. already cold again in the southern great basin in the 30's and near freezing by afternoon. ............................... ................ over to the radar now. some leftover moisture, not alot. mainly in the form of isolated sprinkles and snow showers in the moutains again. higher terrain had the best chances for precip today rather than the valley. ............................... .............. we're watching those storms that brought all the wet weather this week. causing all sorts of problems for the nation. number one over here int he upper plains and this one in
that's the one that's going to bring snow in the for the upper midwest this weekend from chicago through michigan this weekend. we also see some severe storms in texas near houston. ............................... .............. futurecastr shows the next system coming in this weekend. right now it doesn't look promising as far as bringing us rain. we could get some isolated showers or sprinkles by sunday morning. then another break on monday. ............................... ................ here's the forecast. 37 by morning under partly cloudy skies and chilly. north breezes still around this evening. tomorrow expect a high of 51 with sun and clouds again. below average temps again. light winds for the most part. ............................... .......... mount charleston partly sunny and 34 by afternoon. red rock 47 degrees. snow chances in the evening and overnight. lake mead looking at 57 and parlty sunny. mainly light winds. laughlin at 58. ............................... ........... extended forecast shows slight shower chances on sunday morning specifically. next week we stay cool in the low to mid 50's.
slight chance again on thursday. that's nothing to get too worked up about again those chancc also not very high. this long anticipated construction project just started and it's already driving you crazy...traffic anchor demetria obilor breaks down what's going on and how much longer you'll have to deal with it all... (( )) demetria obilor: > marie says, "when i go to work at 2:00 a.m., the light at volunteer blvd. and executive airport dr. stays red forever. i think the sensors are off. t's been like that since the road work started. " last month, henderson broke ground on a $16.8 million improvement project for volunteer boulevard. volunteer will be widened to four lanes between executive airport drive and las vegas boulevard. bike lanes and drainage improvements are also a part of the plan.
construction. henderson says the signal is no longer responsive to traffic, instead it is running on a pre-timed plan. this project is scheduled to finish up in february 2017. hey! what's driving you crazy? send your traffic question to traffic eight at las vegas now dot com. ((denise valdez)) > it's the virus spreading across america -- its called powerball fever! ((paul joncich)) we take a look at the celebrities you'll surpass in wealth overnight...
lottery jackpot in u-s history. the jackpot up for grabs is estimated to be 800-million dollars when it's drawn on saturday. that beats the previous record for a lottery payout-- set in 2012 by mega millions... which was 656-million dollars. that means if you win you would have made more with one ticket than some of the world's highest paid celebrities. you would make more than floyd mayweather...ta ylor switft...garth brooks and singer katy perry... combined! even if you took the cash payout-- which is more than 496 million dollars-- you could still top that list. but don't get your hopes up just yet. the odds of winning are one in 292 million./// ((denise valdez)) > and that's not the only chance you have to win some cash. 8 news now is giving away 25- hundred dollars during our special newscast after the super bowl. just head to our website las vegas now dot com to enter .... click the banner at the top of
and while you're there, we want you to check out our newly launched super bowl page.... just click the sports tab. you'll find great information on nfl stats, past games, as well as game day recipes./// ((denise valdez)) > catholic charities... in need of your help. help. ((paul joncich)) we talk live with a representative. .. to find out what supplies they need the most... as the winter is proving to be both wet and chilly. ((denise valdez)) and a medical breakthrough in cancer research. how targeted treetment based on a person's genes is killing
no thanks, not my thing. i promise mom they really do hear you did you pack your toothbrush? for tips on how to start the talk visit underagedrinking.samhsa.gov at 4" ((denise valdez)) > las vegas has been experiencing a wet and cold winter... and we aren't expecting a warm up any time soon. ((paul joncich)) what that means for people without a place to call home... they need items to keep warm. in fact the need has grown so much... places like catholic charities are running out of the basic warm necessities. 8 news now is live at catholic
where leslie carmine joins us... leslie you are giving out a lot of coats, sweaters, socks... tell us what you need the most right now? - why do you think the need is so great this year for warm clothes? ((denise year for warm clothes? ((denise valdez)) - how many people are you seeing each night at your facilities? ((paul joncich)) - for people who are wathing, what is the easiest way for them
you? ((denise valdez)) - after it starts to warm.. what else do you need in the spring? in the spring? ((paul joncich)) > federal officials say they have arrested two men in sepearte states after an investigation revealed connections to terrorists organizations. today omar faraj saeed al- hardan appeared in federal court for the first time on charges he was providing support to isis. he was arrested in texas after
suspect in california - aws mohammed younis al-jayab. he spent several months fighting with terror groups in syria. officials say al-jayab wrote in the spring of 2013 "i am coming to syria...i have planned a route and everything." news national security analyst juan zarate says it can be hard to track would-be terrorists trying to join the fight in syria. (((juan zarate/cbs news national security analyst) "this is one of theblind spots for u-s intelligence, and certainly one of the things that keeps homeland security officials awake at night, and this case is a demonstration of that." )) ((paul joncich)) > investigators don't believe either man was planning an attack in the u-s, but republicans say their arrest is enough evidence to shut down an obama administration program that will bring up to 10-thousand syrian refugees to america./// ((denise valdez)) > the mother of the so-called "affluenza" teen appeared before a texas judge today. tonya couch arrived in texas thursday... more than a week after mexican authorities detained her with her son in a pacific resort
she's accused of helping her son-- ethan-- flee to puerto vallarta after he missed a juvenile probation meeting. ethan couch is on probation for killing four people in a drunk driving crash in 2013. the judge's light sentence caused outrage. so did the teen's now- notorious "affluenza" defense where his lawyers argued he was too rich and spoiled to understand the consequences of his actions. tonya couch is charged with hindering her son's apprehension. ethan couch is still in mexico. last week a mexican judge granted the teen a temporary stay halting deportation proceedings.//// ((paul joncich)) > an airline passenger is in police custody after she reportedly attacked a flight attendant on a united flight from new york to chicago. pilots were forced to land in detroit yesterday. a passenger tells wxyz that other passengers jumped into action and restrained the woman on the floor until they landed at d-t-w. 69 passengers and four crew
the flight was only delayed about an hour before eventually took off for toward chicago./// ((denise valdez)) > another rooftop solar company has announced some major layoffs in the wake of rate changes. sunrun says it's laying off hundreds of nevada employees and will stop sales and installation of solar panels in our state they say it's in response to the move by the p- u-c to increase nv energy bills for rooftop solar customers. a sunrun spokesman could not provide an exact number of employees losing jobs -- but estimates it will be hundreds of people. competitor solarcity has also laid off workers and is stopping sales in nevada./// ((paul joncich)) > this week some valley students got to experience live classical music. the smith center held a youth concert series all this week. more than 10 thousand students got to see the las vegas philharmonic in action the goal is to further advance music education in the clark county district. and to also hopefully inspire some students to pick up an instrument. ((jeri crawford president of las vegas phil harmonic "this group of students that we
graders and when they approach 6th grade they are given the choice of either going intto the chorus or picking u p an instrument and going into band so of course we'd like to have some influence on that decision" )) ((paul joncich)) and get this. the las vegas philharmoinic is also working on a three year expansion plan in the hopes of reaching over 32 thousand clark county students../// ((denise valdez)) > hitler's infamous manifesto... out of copyright protection.. and back in print. ((paul joncich)) the controversy surrounding the book's release in germany for the first time in 70 years./// <
innovative approach to attacking diseases is being used to fight breast cancer. ((denise valdez)) paula francis is here to show us how it works, in this month's buddy check 8 report. ((paula francis)) in many of the cases, the results have been nothing short of amazing. a year ago, president obama announced the launching of an initiative to pursue "precision
the technique treats individual cases of cancer by linking a person's genetic code with targeted therapy. < ((paula francis)) nine years ago, donna lawson was diagnosed with a tough to treat, triple negative breast cancer. she endured six years of chemo and radiation, and the cancer kept coming back. donna lawson "you just think that you're gonna die." ((paula francis)) then donna joined a cancer genetics study that saved her life. researchers at baylor teamed up with t-gen, the translational genomics research institute to map the unique genetic code of donna's tumor. from that data they determined a precise drug to target the tumor. donna has been cancer-free for the past three years. alan miller, md/oncologist "she is reportedly doing wonderfully, has negative scans, negative is good in this case, and is a great example of the power of this type of technology." ((paula francis)) precision medicine includes combining targeted drugs with immunotherapy to attack cancer
alan miller, md "we have to do more for each patient to understand the cancer, to have an individualized profile, rather than say, you know, one size fits all." ((paula francis)) for donna, that means more time with her granddaughters and her family. donna lawson "no matter what the next scan brings, i appreciate the extra time that i've had. because i wouldn't trade it for the world." // > researchers believe they are zeroing in on treatments and vaccines.. that may one day make cancer.. both curable and preventable. for more information about breast cancer, and buddy check 8, and our sponsor, susan g komen of southern nevada, just go to las vegas now dot com.// ((denise valdez)) > a new set of guidelines... to help you eat healthier.
the flu virus hits big. with aches, chills, and fever, there's no such thing as a little flu. and it needs a big solution: an antiviral. so when the flu hits, call your doctor right away and up the ante with antiviral tamiflu. prescription tamiflu is an antiviral that attacks the flu virus at its source and helps stop it from spreading in the body. tamiflu is fda approved to treat the flu in people two weeks of age and older whose flu symptoms started within the last two days. before taking tamiflu, tell your doctor if you're pregnant, nursing, have serious health conditions, or take other medicines. if you develop an allergic reaction, a severe rash, or signs of unusual behavior, stop taking tamiflu and call your doctor immediately. children and adolescents in particular may be at an increased risk
the most common side effects are mild to moderate nausea and vomiting. anti-flu? go antiviral with tamiflu. at 4. ((paul joncich)) > new dietary guidelines announced yesterday are already facing criticism. ((denise valdez)) the guidelines affect everything from food labeling to the national school lunches. but some experts are questioning what's influencing the government guidelines. anna werner explains. >more fruit and vegetables... less sugar... and limited saturated fat. those are the key dietary recommendations from the government. but new york university
nestle says there's something missing in the message. (marion nestle/nyu professor of nutrition) (anna) you say the junk food industries should consider these guidelines a win, why? (nestle) because there's no direct messaging in the dietary guidelines that says don't eat junk food, don't eat processed food, don't eat meat, don't drink sodas. for the first time the government added recommended limits on sugar but professor nestle says pressure from the food industry has watered down the guidelines. instead of saying, 'don't drink soda', she points out -- the guidelines say less than 10% of calories should come from added sugars. and instead of 'eat less meat', they say less than 10 percent of your diet should come from saturated fats. (marion nestle/nyu professor of nutrition) the meat industry does not want the american government saying 'eat less meat'. that's un-american! (dr. neal barnard, president, physicians committee for responsible medicine) these are multibillion dollar industries." dr. nel barnard (barn - ard like barn and rhymes with hard) is president of the non profit physicians committee for responsible medicine which is suing the government claiming the egg industry used its influence to try to weaken warnings about cholesterol. the new guidelines dropped recommended limits, but still advise people "eat as
physicians committee for responsible medicine) (barnard) the egg industry is paying universities where these people are, then putting them on the committee to decide whether eggs are safe or not. that's a conflict of interest. (anna werner/cbs news/new york) the u-s-d-a says its process is "robust and transparent," and the new guidelines reflect (fs) "advancements in scientific understanding about healthy eating choices and health outcomes over a lifetime." (on cam) anna werner, cbs news, new york./// ((denise valdez)) > a local radio team is celebrating an important milestone today. mike o'brien has been on the air for 30 years! at 98 point 5. known as the "morning guy" o'brien has been waking up nevadas for 30 years and has been on the air for 35 years. today he shared some of his favorite memories on the radio. (( "the best interview i think would have to be jon voigt we hadjon voight on and they siad don't ask about angi and of course we snuch in couple of questions and he was very nice billy bob thornton was also nice
walked out on a radio station because the jocks had kinda upset him and we had a great time with him.")) ((denise valdez)) > o'brien is a man about town -- taking part in many local charities and even challenging local media to do the ice bucket challenge, which our sherry swensk did!/// ((denise valdez)) > the king is still alive and well. ((paul joncich)) today people all over the world are celebrating what would have been elvis presley's 81st birthday. our viewers have been sharing with us how they will be celebrating the music icon's birthday today. ((denise valdez)) linda squires says - i will be celebrating the king's birthday today! watching my favorite movie jailhouse rock. ((paul joncich)) mark and cindy stout posted - i'm celebrating the king's birthday by listening to the elvis xm station all day
than elvis! ((denise valdez)) and michael busby said i played 'viva las vegas,' "kentucky rain," and "suspicious eyes" in his honor... my three favorite elvis songs./// toss to weather < tedd florendo this week was a cool one with below average temps all week starting on the weekend. temps typically around 57 this time of year and many of the days were topsy turvy in the mid to low 50's with tuesday being our coldest day around 52. it also happened to be our wettest day this week. we've had measurable rain everyday since monday, with exception today. ............................... ............
through many neighborhoods and slightly milder. milder over to the east part of the valley and kyle canyon freezing already by afternoon. temps expected to be similar tomorrow as well. ............................... ........... regional temps also cool today from mesquite all the way down to laughlin. expected to be a chilly morning for all of us. already cold again in the southern great basin in the 30's and near freezing by afternoon. ............................... ................ over to the radar now. some leftover moisture, not alot. mainly in the form of isolated sprinkles and snow showers in the moutains again. higher terrain had the best chances for precip today rather than the valley. ............................... ..............
brought all the wet weather this week. causing all sorts of problems for the nation. number one over here int he upper plains and this one in four corners region. that's the one that's going to bring snow in the for the upper midwest this weekend from chicago through michigan this weekend. we also see some severe storms in texas near houston. ............................... .............. futurecastr shows the next system coming in this weekend. right now it doesn't look promising as far as bringing us rain. we could get some isolated showers or sprinkles by sunday morning. then another break on monday. ............................... ................ here's the forecast. 37 by morning under partly cloudy skies and chilly. north breezes still around this evening. tomorrow expect a high of 51 with sun and clouds again. below average temps again. light winds for the most part. ............................... .......... mount charleston partly sunny and 34 by afternoon. red rock 47 degrees. snow chances in the eveninaernight.ke mead looking at 57 and
slight chance again on thursday. that's nothing to get too worked up about again those chances also not very high. new year -- new start. so it could be great time to clean out the clutter. our 8 news now living green super recycling event is coming up later this month. it's saturday, january 23rd in the parking lot of the thomas and mack. it goes from 8 am until 3 pm. you can recycle all sorts of electronics.... get rid of your unused and expired medicine, and bring paperwork that needs shredding. goodwill will also be collecting household items. for the complete list... head over to las vegas now dot com./// ((paul joncich)) tonight at 5.. the emergencies and rescues on mount charleston keeping crews busy...
from london on the controversial publication. >(mein kampf on table/then stills in bookshops) a controversial piece of history is once again on sale in german bookshops. critics of the decision to reprint hitler's 'mein kampf,' worry it could refuel anti- semitic sentiment. ....german ( - charlotte knobloch/german resident)(too fast to font) this german resident says, "to find "mein kampf" in bookstores...i just can't imagine it. but the books new publishers say the book can teach valuable lessons. ...german (sot - christian hartmann/institut e of contemporary history) "hitler's work requires an evaluation, rectification and critique" said the project's' leader. (tight shot of book) mein kampf - german for 'my struggle' -- is considered hitler's rough draft of the holocaust. he wrote the anti- semitic tirade in the 1920's. after his death in the 40's the bavarian government took control of the text and stopped printing it. but after 70 years the copyright expired. its been given the ok for re- publishing ....with some key revisions: the german government
editions: meaning each copy features academic commentary critical of hitler's rantings. ....migrants the release comes as europe grapples with a migrant crisis that has fueled anti- immigrant sentiment. ...jerusalem some jews in israel are ambivalent about the reprinting. ( - ayo oppenheimer/jerus alem resident) it's kind of impossible to control speech, and i'm not even sure that we should." hitler's original mein kampf is still widely available in many of germany's second-hand book stores. scholars say the new version offers crucial context that sheds light on a horrific past - so history can't repeat itself./// ((denise valdez)) > hitler's manifesto was originally printed in 1925, eight years before hitler came to power - and more than 12 million copies were published until 1945. ((paul joncich)) today's re- print is selling for about 65 dollars./// paul joncich > that's all for us at 4. denise valdez 8 news now at five starts after this. don't forget..
powder on the mountains... lures in the desert dwellers.. but are they ready for the dangers in those new inches? we're live with the rescues... and emergencies keeping crews busy.. ((dave courvoisier)) > trying to split up the 5th largest district it upsets me when i found out that a study was paid for sends tensions rising you we're told what was wrong, people stated it the heated exchange.. that could hold up the process, and the one thing no one is talking about. ((paula francis)) > going mobile with your payments. we're taking you to c-e-s... to unveil the future of paying for everything from your groceries to protecting your