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here on riverside drive which is near washington and rancho. they found a hispanic male possibly in his 70s shot multiple times and dead in the driveway. and a second hispanic male was taken to umc trauma with a gunshot wound to the head. he's considered to be in extremely critical condition. those are the words - the lieutenant used - extremely critical. he also says it appears both men who were shot showed up at a home here to deal with some sort of dispute... and they ended up getting shot by someone at that home. four to five shots may have been fired. one gun was found at the scene....it may belong to one of the men who was shot... so that's why police believe the suspect may still have a gun used in this shooting. ((vanessa murphy)) as far as a motive - police say that's unknown at this time. but again - it appears there was some sort of ongoing dispute at the center of this all. the bottom line - this may involve a fight between two groups - but at the same time police say this does not appear to be gang related. back to you. ((dave courvoisier)) vanessa, the home where this
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people there? ((vanessa murphy)) dave, police tell us - yes - there was a family there... they may be relatives of the suspect. and there were some children there... but the lieutenant says since the shooting happened outside, he does not believe those children were in danger./// ((paula francis)) > an outpouring of love tonight for rene angelil, the man who discovered celine dion, married her, and brought her to las vegas. angelil lost his las vegas. angelil lost his long battle with throat cancer at age 73. this is the scene outside caesars palace, where dion is one of the biggest draws in show business. the marquee says "we will miss you friend." rene angelil was also dion's manager. dion returned to the colosseum at caesars palace in august after taking a year off to care for angelil. the couple have three children together. celine's weekend shows have been canceled. she is scheduled to perform again in february, but it's unclear at this time if those dates will stand. warm thoughts for the family have been pouring out tonight
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and on social media. many are leaving photos of the family and their condolences... saying rest in peace, rene./// ((dave courvoisier)) > after dozens of rallies and months of negotiations, clark county school teachers have a new contract. this means pay raises are on the way.... for both new and veteran educators. patranya bhoolsuwan was there as the school board approved this new contract... one that even the trustees admit is not perfect...right, patranya? ((patranya bhoolsuwan)) not perfect.... but it's what they are calling a good start.. the terms are outlined in this 118 - page collective bargaining agreement...one that will cost taxpayers some 135 million dollars over the next 2 years: < it was a unanimous vote at the clark county school board meeting. 7 trustees saying yes to a new 2 year contract that will result in a long awaited pay bump to more than 18 thousand teachers across the district. ((jana pleggenkuhle/teac her: "i
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somewhat changing.")) under the contract, the base salary for new teachers will go up from around 35 thousand dollars to 40 thousand dollars a year. current teachers will also see a step up on their pay based on education and experience...wit h a new cap at about 90 thousand a year. and for the first time teachers who seek out professional development will get even more money down the road. ((pat skorkowsky/ccsd superintendent: "i look forward to what will be a game changer in the future for education of our students in clark county school district.")) but not every teacher thinks this new contract goes far enough. ((chuck scorpiniti/teacher: "i am one of the teachers who consider leaving.")) chuck scorpinetti has been teaching for a few years and is also working on his masters degree. he says even with the pay raise he will only be making about the same as a newly hired educator. ((chris garvey/ccsd trustee: "i hear your message it's not perfect i know that.")) for now, aside from pay raise, teachers
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their cost of living pay and health care contributions. and new recruits willing to teach in at risk schools will still receive a 5- thousand dollar bonus. ((linda young/ccsd trustee: "we know we want to do more..but again this is just a starting point.")) > ((patranya bhoolsuwan)) ccsd will have to make budget cuts in other areas to make good on this contract. so expect to see millions of dollars less going towards school maintenance over the next few years. h-r and payroll departments will also be affected. but no layoffs are expected. ((dave courvoisier)) patranya, how much impact does the district think this move will help in future recruiting efforts? ((patranya bhoolsuwan)) teachers union leaders tell me it's already making a difference... as word of the higher salary has gotten out to potential recruits from states like california and texas. and we still need teachers, right now the district is still dealing with about 700 vacancies./// ((paula francis)) > the city of
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this evening to discuss funding of the clark county school district. a technical advisory committee is developing a plan to reorganize the school district... and how to distribute funding for students to local schools. lawmakers passed a measure last year to create a plan to divide c-c-s-d into smaller precincts. one parent said insufficient funding is not only hurting students, but business in southern nevada as well: (( parent: silicon valley, san francisco bay area, tech companies in boulder, colorado, they're all having the same problem. they're afraid of doing business in southern nevada because of what their children will be exposed to by not having the tools and technologies in schools." )) those tasked with the decision are weighing input at these meetings before the plan is finalized -- that could be in place as soon as this summer. the deadline is january first, 2017./// ((dave courvoisier)) > a break in a murder case of a teenager
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in october. authorities say they've arrested a suspect in california. back on october 26-th, 16 year-old tiyvone taylor mills was killed near lake mead and torrey pines. the only evidence police had to work with at the time was this surveillance video where the teen was seen arguing with a man before the shooting. in december, metro detectives identified the suspect as 24 year-old jimmy robinson, junior. a warrant was issued for his arrest and yesterday robinson was taken into custody near richmond, california... just north of oakland. tonight, we spoke with the victim's grandmother who praised a metro detective for his work to bring in the suspect: ((ruby taylor/ victim's grandmother: it's amazing. he made sure that this guy was caught. i stayed on him, you gotta catch him, this is my baby, this is my grandson and he did.)) ((dave courvoisier)) a mug shot for robinson is not available yet. he's awaiting extradition to las vegas to face charges of murder with a deadly weapon and attempted murder with a deadly weapon.///
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tonight on our freedom of information act request to see video from an officer-worn body camera... in a case that cost a metro officer his job. metro confirms to us that our request has been received and in a letter signed by public information officer larry hadfield on behalf of sheriff joe lombardo, we're told it will take at least 30 days to compile the video in question. in case you aren't familiar with the case... here's the background information... officer richard scavone is accused of roughing up a suspected prostitute on january sixth of last year near tropicana and industrial road. on march 17-th of last year, the district attorney's office announced it was filing misdemeanor charges against the eight-year veteran of the force. metro held a press conference that same day calling scavone's actions "excessive" and unreasonable. seven months later, the department fired scavone. then, on tuesday a grand jury returned an indictment against scavone -- determining there is
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it was then that we asked metro to release the body camera video. they deferred to the u-s attorney's office, which is prosecuting the case. a spokeswoman from the u-s attorney's office told us they would not prevent metro from releasing the video. we then took the request back to metro. the department told us yesterday that they would not release it... stating that it is evidence in the case... even after the agency that's prosecuting gave the release the go- ahead. that's when we filed the freedom of information act request and asked metro to cite specific exemptions they feel might justify the refusal to release the video -- which is public record. you may be wondering why we don't have a mugshot of the former officer... hadfield tells us scavone was never booked... and because he was charged with a misdemeanor this does not result in a booking photo unless it is for d-u-i or domestic violence. the district attorney's office filed the charges, but did not arrest scavone./// music ((dave courvoisier)) > the republican presidential
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charleston, south carolina on the fox business network. the two candidates leading in the g-o-p polls, donald trump and senator ted cruz continued to trade barbs... this time about trump's home town: (( sen. ted cruz/(r) presidential candidate: "everyone understands that the values in new york city are socially liberal, are pro- abortion are pro-gay marriage, focus around money and the media." // donald trump/(r) presidential candidate: "new york is a great place, it's got great people, it's got loving people, wonderful people, when the world trade center came down, i saw something that no place on earth could have handled more beautifully, more humanely than new york." )) ((dave courvoisier)) most of the conversation this evening was aimed at taking on democratic candidate hillary clinton. the candidates get another chance to face off in two weeks.... just days before the iowa caucuses./// ((dave courvoisier)) > all new tonight... the episcopal church is being sanctioned by the international anglican communion over its
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for three years, the episcopal church will not be allowed to participate in many of the communion's internal decisions or represent anglicans in meetings with christians and other faith groups. last june, episcopalians voted to change church law to allow same-sex marriage and adopted new wedding rites that can be used by straight or gay couples. in response, the international archbishops who voted for today's decision, said the church contradicted scripture./// ((paula francis)) > no less than 25 olympians are in las vegas... and they're playing with a solid piece of granite. chris maathuis will show us why curling is so popular. > big-time money being poured into infrastructure improvements for southern nevada. n-dot shows us how it's being used to improve the highway./// ((tedd florendo)) a series of weak storms expected to hit the west coast, we'll let you know what that means for our local weather any raindrops are in our future. first though, check out the weather headlines for the week. we'll break down your entire forecast after this brief
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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.
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now at 11 with paula francis and dave courvoisier. the news of southern nevada is now." > ((dave courvoisier)) > faraday future is preparing to break ground any day on its billion-dollar manufacturing plant at apex industrial park. the company has said it wants to put a car on the market as soon as next year...
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vehicles here when its plant is completed. as patrick walker explains... n-dot is pushing to keep up with the ambitious timetable. ((patrick walker)) as part of the deal to bring the billion dollar faraday future electric car manufacturing plant to nevada... the state passed 335-million dollars in tax incentives and infrastructure investments. 50-million of that... highway improvements on u-s 93... to be spearheaded by n-dot. (( patrick walker: "these are projects that were already on the books, did that (special session) open up the door to speed up the process?" (30) tony illia: "oh yeah, it absolutely did." )) ((patrick walker)) spokesman tony illia says his department had already planned on upgrades like widening a 5-mile stretch to four lanes... and upgrading the interchange at i-15. but last month's special session freed up funding to get the projects started. ((tony illia/ndot: "in this case, the state is going to be fronting the funds, and then reimbursed from its federal allocation." )) ((patrick walker)) those improvements are critical not only for faraday future, but also other companies that may be eyeing the 18-thousand acre industrial park.
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robert lang has predicted apex could have a quarter- trilliion dollar economic impact over 20 years... once the wide swath of desert is built out. while it's no silicon valley... lang says a full industrial park will be a source of tens of thousands of good-paying, advanced manufacturing jobs. ((dr, robert lang/director, brookings mountain west: "the fact is you have many more employees in the manufacturing plant in the place you're making the product, and it's the kind of employment that we need, the kind of jobs that we need filled in this valley." )) ((patrick walker)) faraday is expected to break ground soon... other companies are expected to follow... leaving a tight schedule for n- dot to try to get its work done. if all goes as planned... road construction could begin in the first half of next year. patrick walker... 8 news now. ((dave courvoisier)) in addition to widening u-s 93 and building a new interchange... there will be a new fly-over ramp from u-s 93 to the faraday site and re- alignment of a frontage road. n-dot says the design and engineering phases of the project should be done in about a year. /// ((paula francis)) > you can expect delays this weekend if
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this is the holiday weekend for martin luther king junior day.. and more visitors than usual are expected at lee canyon for some skiing and snowboarding. thousands of cars will be on the mountain and the commute will be slow. n-h-p is increasing patrols to make sure folks aren't parking their cars on the highways. if you do, you can expect a citation or a tow./// ((tedd florendo)) (((>milder today with more sunshine by afternoon winds staying light again and should remain that way. warmer today than yesterday through many neighborhoods. high clouds but plenty of sunshine today and more clouds expected overnight. ............................... ............... temps in the 50's all over the
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temps over to the east side where we're lower in elevation and cool up in kyle canyon. milder also for southern sections of the valley. expected to get chilly again, but not as cold as this morning or the past few days. ............................... ................. chilly 30's for the central part of the valley and colder in ely as usual. mild but still cool for this of year from mesquite all the way down to laughlin where it's milder along with death valley. ............................... .................. weekend forecast specifically for saturday. looking at more clouds from a storm off the coast. shower chances very limited though and better chance will be in the mountains rather than the valley. 54 and cooler by saturday afternoon. ............................... ..................... satellite and radar showing a series of storms coming in off the coast. with a higher more zonal jetstream we really don't get a lot of storms down to the southwest. mainly affecting the pacific northwest and northern california. ............................... ..................... rain has been in northern
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changin over to stnow in taho and the northern sierras here. bring more snow to the north part of the state. chances tonight here are slim. but we could see chance of some snow shower in the mountains tomorrow. ............................... .................. any rain chances that pop up here in futurecast will just be virga and evaporate before hitting the ground. saturday next system comes in bring mainly clouds snow and showers to the north. ............................... .................... if you're taking an early weekend. here's your travelers forecast with mainly sunny skies from la to phoenix. low to mid 60's for san diego. with those pacific storms you can get san franciso is going to stay wet tomorrow and this weekend 55 the high with rain likely. ............................... ........................ here's the forecast. 40 by morning. more clouds overnight and not as cold. light winds stay that way. tomorrow 57 for the high with clouds, then sun later. north breezes around start at 5 then kick up to 15 later. ............................... ........................ extended forecast shows cloud on saturday but milder sunday with 60's for a few days. next chances for showers could be tuesday and wednesday morning. those 60's are going to feel good.
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officer accused of strangling and kidnapping his girlfriend made his first court appearance today. james burt's bail was set at 75-thousand dollars with a "no contact" order. police have taken weapons from his possession and an order was set for burt to surrender additional guns. burt, a ten year veteran of metro, was also accused of domestic violence in 2011 -- he was ordered to perform community service and seek counseling... and the felony charges were vacated in early 2012. metro terminated burt in june of 2012 for that incident... but he was reinstated by an arbitrator onto the force in december 2012. he's back in court february fifth for a preliminary hearing./// ((dave courvoisier)) > last night we told you metro detectives were looking for a serial robber...
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police say manuel romero pulled off his ninth robbery today at a convenience store near russell and mountain vista street. an alert officer reportedly spotted romero hiding in a nearby water drainage ditch and he was taken into custody. romero is said to have threatened multiple clerks with a knife or a stun gun during the crime spree. he will face charges pertaining to nine total robberies in metro and henderson police jurisdictions./// ((paula francis)) > unlv will host the military this weekend. it's a big date. ((dave courvoisier)) air force rolls into the thomas and mack. chris maathuis here to tell us more about saturday's showdown. ((chris maathuis)) nothing is a gimmie with air force... they're a pesky team.. so the rebels must do some of the same things they did in their last game... that win over new mexico. plus... what's bringing all those canadians to las vegas and a 5 million dollar boost to the economy. sports is next here on 8 news now. "from 8 news now, this is sports
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foley who's waiting patiently for the nhl to give las vegas the green light on expansion. he says the league's executive committee is meeting either on tuesday or wednesday next week to discuss all aspects of expansion. he says extremely confident the league will award our city a franchise in the coming months. and anticipates some real movement by end of march or early april... and then possibly making it all official in june. which foley says is plenty of time to get ready for a 2017 season. he's still working through the proper channels with the county on his practice facility. ((chris maathuis)) > las vegan and reigning mvp bryce harper was out raising money for a bunch of charities associated with major league baseball. players giving back, through the players trust. this year harper and kris bryant hosting the two day event. they were out at cascata... and harper says it's really neat that he's is in a position to be able to give back and can't wait for the season to start. bryce harper/mvp: "that's the biggest thing you want to help people, you gotta remember where you came from and what your family is about all the important things. all the fame and fortune that comes and goes. you want to help as many people
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at the end of the day that's what matters and any time we can help people or a cause, that's huge for us. question -- you getting ready to go back... we were talking how fast the off season is... is it too fast. bryce harper/mvp: "i report february 19th... very excited to get going.. to get our season back going.. we've got a great team with the additions of dusty baker and davey lopes and mike maddux.. it's going to be a lot of fun for this team, excited to get going and start another year." coming off an impressive win over new mexico, the runnin' rebels are back home this weekend. they've got air force flyin' into the mack on saturday... surprisingly it hasn't been that long ago that the falcons beat the rebels in the thomas and mack. just two years ago, air force stunned the rebels 75-68 at the mack... so unlv will be ready to press, run and keep pressure on the ball. todd simon/unlv interim head coach: "we have a lot of guys and at one point we had three guys playing hard, and when it was their time to come out, we
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and said lets get after em, so that's to our advantage." ((chris maathuis)) the sport of curling is in town with a slogan "curling rocks vegas." fitting since the continental cup of curling will draw sold out crowds. this sport is so popular especially in canada. this event was here in 2014 and they're back and it won't be long and the men's curling world championships will come vegas. jon killoran/cup curling director: "it's amazing brought it here in 2014 and the event shattered attendance numbers, which were held in small cities in canada. this event we're tracking to have almost 10 thousand more the we had last time which will not only break that record, but break an all time u.s. record for curling attendance at any event every in the states." rick patzke/ceo us curling: "i think the first go at it, we hoped to sell 500 tickets and within a few months we were in the 12-hundred range so we said
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scuster/team usa: "on the world stage we're right there, outside of canada we are 3rd ranked team and we're 12th overall." ((chris maathuis)) the continental cup of curling continues through the weekend at the orleans arena. ((paula francis)) > we're back
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((dave courvoisier)) > it looked like something of a block party at the california store that sold one of three historic winning powerball tickets today. a bunch of people showed up to celebrate at a chino hills 7-eleven, even though they didn't win anything. the owner immigrated to the u-s from india in 1981 and said the moment feels great. and it should... his store also gets a piece of the pie -- one million bucks for selling the winning ticket. the owner said he plans to share it with his employees. so far, none of the powerball winners have come forward./// ((dave courvoisier)) > that's all for us live at eleven.
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olivia munn is stephen's guest next on the late show. we'll see you back here tomorrow night./// news music the flu virus. it's a really big deal. and with fever, aches, and chills, mom knows it needs a big solution: an antiviral. don't kid around with the flu, call your doctor within the first 48 hours of symptoms
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