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attorneys after the hearing who say they will do everything they can to fight for their client: ((joseph abood/deputy public defender: "they will charge her with what they believe they can prove pursuant to nevada law and just because she's charged doesn't mean she's guilty so there are all kind of possibility that we have to look into determine what happened here it's too early to tell."// scott coffee/deputy public defender: "there are concerns about her mental condition, she was in that 24 hour watch situation for weeks which is highly unusual in my experience there are concerns about her mental health but she is stabilized in protective custody at this point." )) defense lawyers are asking for more time to review medical evidence to determine the extent of injuries to those on the strip. as for holloway, she's not on suicide watch, but her attorneys say she is in an isolated cell to make sure she can not hurt herself. holloway remains in custody without bail. her next court appearance in
((paul joncich)) > 11-million dollars... that's the bail amount for a las vegas man accused of running a child sex ring. christopher sena appeared in court this morning... and plead not guilty to 124 counts. he's facing charges for sexual abuse, assault of children, incest and producing videos of his alleged assaults. his wife, and ex-wife are also charged. his ex took a plea deal, and is serving life in prison. christopher sena is scheduled to go on trial in november./// ((paul joncich)) > and closing arguments are underway in the case against a local pastor accused of sexual assault. police say otis holland abused young girls in his counseling sessions. he's pleaded not guilty. once closing arugments wrap up... the case will turned over to the jury. /// ((denise valdez)) warm and sunny today
>((>started off with clouds yesterday, more sunshine today. still some clouds around but not as much as yesterdays rain cooled day. temps warmed up today as well to above average again. wind staying light and should remain that way, with exception to the colorado river valley. ............................... ................ many locales milder today with chilly conditions still up at mount charleston and over to norther arizona. expecting a nice cool down tonight, but not freezing thankfully. ............................... .................. hour by hour for your wednesday night. temps from the 50's through the evening with few clouds and calmer winds. temps cooling off to the low 50's or high 40's by late night for our 11 o'clock newscast. we'll talk about what to expect for your weekend, coming up. ((denise valdez)) > taking a taxi can be expensive... and what's worse... they're over charging people by millions of dollars a year. this is according to state auditors... who looked into the nevada
they found cabs are overcharging customers by 47- million dollars a year. in addition... auditors say the 3- dollar credit card processing fee is excessive and should be no more than 90- cents. they also criticized the authority for approving rate hikes.. despite decreasing gas prices. nevada auditors recommend abolishing the taxicab authority.. which regulates cabs in clark county. state leaders say the nevada transportation authority or clark county leaders could regulate, instead. /// ((paul joncich)) > it was wild ride on wall street today. at one point the dow was down more than 500 points. but an afternoon comeback reversed some of the damage and the dow finished down 249 points. falling oil prices sparked the initial sell off. they're now trading at 12 year lows because the supply is way up... and global demand is down. while it's bad news for the stock market.... it's great news at the gas pump. the national average is well below the 2 dollar a gallon mark. ///
trail will bring donald trump through las vegas tomorrow. the republican presidential candidate will speak tomorrow at the "shot show" .. which is the world's largest gun show. trump will tout the shows created by the outdoor channel and sportsman channel. then.. trump will host a rally at south point hotel and casino. /// ((denise valdez)) > also in town tomorrow... former president bill clinton. he'll be here campaigning for his wife... hillary. he's expected to discuss how hillary will get things done and protect the progress our country has made. clinton will speak at the advanced technologies academy at 7-15. doors open at 6-30./// ((paul joncich)) > from actor to hero. the daring rescue by jamie foxx... to save a man from a burning car. /// ((denise valdez)) and if your looking to get a new t-v for the big game you're not alone. the reason you'll want to get an early up... on buying that big screen. ///
((denise valdez)) > pop superstar jennifer lopez begins her las vegas residency tonight. lopez will headline a show at planet hollywood in the same theater that britney spears performs in. j-lo will be perform hits -- after tonight's star-studded premiere... she'll host her official celebration party at mister chow inside caesars palace.. it's also the grand opening of the popular restaurant. /// ((paul joncich)) > oscar- winning actor jamie foxx took on a new role... as a real life hero: ((jamie foxx, actor & singer "i don't look at it as heroic i just look at it as you know, you just had to do something." )) ((paul joncich)) that's foxx being modest... after he pulled a man from a burning truck just outside his home in hidden valley, california. police say the 32- year- old driver was speeding and driving under the influence when he swerved off the road and hit a drainage ditch. his car flipped several times... bursting into flames. a driver pulled over to help
the victim out of the car before it was fully engulfed in flames. the driver suffered some burns... he was charged with driving under the influence./// ((paul joncich)) > we got a bunch of responses about this story on our facebook page. carol said, "he's a real life hero and stand up guy." annette wrote, "hopefully this will make the man not drink and drive and speed... it could have been so much worse.... so lucky." and graciela said, "let's not forget the off- duty emt who also jumped in to help this person!" and we want to hear what you think. sound off on our 8 news now facebook page... and we may use your comment on air. /// ((paul joncich)) > if you're thinking about upgrading t-v's for the super bowl... for the super bowl... you may want to start shopping soon. ((denise valdez)) more people plan to buy televisions ahead of the big game...
wallet-dot- com's annual tv buyer survey. it found 26- percent of americans are expected to purchase a new television this year... and a quarter of them will buy them during super bowl sales. according to a fat wallet expert-- consumers will be able to save an average of 20-percent or more on high- end tvs in /// ((denise valdez)) > you could buy a really nice t-v... if you win the 8 news now big game giveaway. we're shelling out 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 the page. and while you're there, check out our newly launched super bowl page. /// ((paul joncich)) > a police cheif in massachuttes... is taking a new approach... to dealing with addicts. ((denise valdez)) how he's using compassion... rather than handcuffs to fight
toll around the country - and massachusetts is right in the grips of it. between painkillers and heroin, the state has seen the highest number of overdose deaths ever. the police chief in one community is confronting the crisis with compassion rather than handcuffs. as kenneth craig reports from massachusetts, the chief has come out with an attention- grabbing message. gloucester police chief leonard campanello made headlines last year with his groundbreaking angel program that offers heroin addicts treatment - instead of arresting them. but despite the program's success - his city recently saw four heroin overdoses in just 24 hours. so campanello took to facebook. (leonard campanello/glo ucester ma police chief) we're trying to get across the fact that we're here to help and we're not going anywhere in a passionate posting - he spoke directly to addicts in his community, saying your life is more meaningful than your death.
illness. his post has reached more than half a million people. but campanello says he's not looking for recognition - just results. "i don't see an achievement in holding out a hand to help someone in need. i see that as a responsibility" campanello saves his anger for drug dealers selling for profit. - we see you, you leeches of human life, and you'll pay. in this life or the next. and he takes aim at the pharmaceutical companies that have flooded the nation with addictive painkillers. "i'm starting to believe - as a person - that pharmaceutical s are committing treason against this country. they're not becoming part of the solution." out of the four overdoses last weekend, police were able to resuscitate all of them - and settle three into rehab. kc, cbs news, gloucester massachusetts ((paul joncich)) > campanello's angel program has guided 375 addicts into treatment since the spring. ///
< tedd florendo ((>plenty of clouds today with temps staying cool. clouds around early evening the clearing overnight. winds light but we warmed up today compared to yesterdays cool day with all the clouds. ............................... .................... afternoon temps near 60 today with many neighborhoods upper 50's especially over the west to northwest sections of the valley and the foothills. milder for those areas on the eastside of town where we're lower in elevation. chilly up in kyle and lee canyons this afternoon, although snow was not as high probability like yesterday. ............................... ...................... regional temps also milder this
especially from mesquite all the way down the colorado river valley where we had some breezes funneling through the valley. warmest temps seem to be in laughlin and death valley with cooler temps in searchlight. already cold by afternoon in central part of the state and southern great basin. ............................... ....................... u.s. temps show cold weather again for areas like the upper midwest and over through the great lakes. many neighborhoods dropping to single digits and subzero temps again especially with the wind chill reading down to -10 or more again. ............................... ..................... that's where we see some of the leftover snow around that region. however it is not the big snow we are expecting to the affect the mid-atlantic with snow and even some ice. ............................... .................... satellite and radar shows drier weather today. most of the moisture moved east last night and sunnier weather moved in. temps also warmed up with the sunnier skies as well. ridging from the west will warm up the atmostphere more giving us a warming trend.
...................... futurecast for the east coast shows the storms gaining steam and rolling up towards the mid-atlantic. bullseye may be in maryland or south pennsylvania. with ice over to north carolina and possibly up the northeast. this could create travel delays this weekend. ............................... .................. so here's the forecast. lows near 43 again with few clouds by morning. temps stay chilly but not near freezing. winds remain light. tomorrow expect a high near 60 again with light winds and both sun and clouds. ............................... ...................... neighborhood by neighborhood temps will be in the high 50's for the areas on the northwest and west side of the valley. eastside of town warmest with temps in th6snd innderson........................ ...................tended forecast shows a rming trend especially into e weekend.more clouds by friday and the weekend with breezes kicking in as well. cooler next week and more near average. overnight lows stay cool but not cold in the 40's. change is coming to a heavily- traveled road in henderson that's been driving you crazy for months.
you can expect and how long it will all take. (( )) demetria obilor: the day has finally come to fix up racetrack road. earlier this morning, henderson hosted its ground breaking ceremony at the heritage park aquatic complex. back in november, henderson city council approved the $7.3 million project. racetrack road will eventually have four travel lanes between boulder highway and burkholder boulevard and two lanes between burkholder and athens avenue. bike lanes will added too. henderson says, "the racetrack road project also includes a road bridge over the flood channel at newport drive and a traffic signal at blue lantern drive." construction is scheduled to finish up by december. hey! what's driving you crazy? send your traffic question to traffic eight at las vegas now dot com. ((denise valdez)) > calling for
((paul joncich)) > adoptable kids come in all age groups. ((denise valdez)) in this weeks wednesday's child... dave courvoisier introduces us to a 15-year-old you may remember. ((dave courvoisier)) > well, we hope someone we've featured before does not come back as a wednesday's child... but in this case, we're hoping the second time 'round is the charm for alexis. almost exactly two years ago to the day, we were with alexis at the bowling lanes. she was smart. engaging. we thought for sure someone would step forward to adopt her. but it hasn't happened. ---------------------- so just the other day, we met with alexis again.
library, where she was thoroughly enjoying shadowing an intern. yes i loved it, like i actually like somehow i already knew about all the stuff. alphabetical by last names of authors. it's a good fit. alexis is into words. history. reading. and she's even writing her own book. it's a story. about a girl who's in foster care. it's, like a biography, but i had some like fiction in there so i can like cover it up. and unlike a lot of kids who've been in the system, alexis thinks foster care has been good for her. as far as i know of foster care is the best thing that's ever happened to me. it is. it's unusual as well and i think that just shows that this is a girl who is just so optimistic and hopeful and i think that the right family can make that happen for her. but if foster care works for alexis, then why does she wanna
adopted, the reason why i would be wanting to get adopted is because i don't want to age out. that's actually one of my fears is aging out and going on my own. so and i'd actually like to go to a place where i can call home and parents i can call mom and dad. alexis' future depends on finding that mom and dad, in a loving home. i think a home that can be consistent with her but also patient in knowing that she's a 15- year-old girl ((dave courvoisier)) you can call the adoption exchange at 702-436-6335./// ((denise valdez)) > protesting overcrowded class rooms... and poor learning conditions. ((paul joncich)) no... it's not taking place here in the valley.
do you think when you are president you'll be paid as much as if you were a man-male...? this is one of the jobs where they have to pay you the same. but there are so many examples where that doesn't happen. i'm going to do everything i can to make sure every woman in every job gets paid the same... ...as the men who are doing that job. i'm hillary clinton
schools. ((paul joncich)) this is according the 2015 quality counts report released by education week. the report looked at three categories to assess a school system... finances... student acihievement and environmental factors. nevada's public school system got the lowest marks.... while massachusettes received the highest. /// ((denise valdez)) > while michigan came in at number 34 in the report... that doesn't mean schools there don't face a lot of the same in fact... most public schools in detroit were closed today after a teacher sick-out. protestors want to bring attention to the large class sizes and poor conditions inside the city's schools. as c-b-s correspondent omar villafranca explains... it comes on the same day president obama was in town for the annual auto show. hundreds of detroit teachers skipped school wednesday to
convention hall. their target: president obama's visit to the city's annual auto show. their mission: to drive attention to the district's crumbling schools and working conditions. teachers say many of the city's 100 schools are in desperate need of repair. classrooms are often too hot, or so cold that students are forced to wear jackets. "one time our teachers allowed us to wear our coats because she was cold herself." cbs news toured an elementary school last week. a leaking roof caused the gym floor to buckle and mold. and the school's swimming pool has been in need of repairs for five years. tanisha murray's neice is a student. "i've seen pictures where mushrooms were growing out of the bricks in the bathroom." the protesters are also angry over governor rick snyder's plan to fix the schools, which includes splitting the district in two. the state took over management of detroit's public schools in 2009. the district is still more than half a billion dollars in debt.
detroit public schools) "if we don't get the money that we need to deal with the debt situation, that's only gonna make it worse." teacher monica tyson says until conditions improve, more sickouts are likely. "there will be as many as it takes before we are being heard" but tyson would rather do her teaching in the classroom. omar villafranca, cbs news, detroit. ((denise valdez)) > several groups are calling for arrest of bunkerville rancher... cliven bundy... some of his family... and their biggest supporters. ((paul joncich)) but bundy says he's not worried about being arrested... and says good luck to locking him up. yesterday... state lawmakers, native american tribe members and others met in las vegas to call for action from the department of justice. currently... two of bundy's sons and their armed supporters refuse to leave a federal refuge in oregon. in 2014... the bureau of land management moved in on bundy's cattle and the land he used in bunkerville. bundy refused to leave. there was an armed standoff...
issue was never settled. (( bundy: if they wanna call me a terrorist, they can call me a terrorist, but i'll tell you one thing, i'm american and i believe in the constitution of the united states.)) ((paul joncich)) the group battle born progress which led the press conference has started a petition to urge the department of justice to take action against the bundys. but again - bundy says he is not worried. /// ((denise valdez)) dry and clear today. rain yesterday nice fresh layer of snow on the mountain. toss to weather ((>start ed off with clouds yesterday, more sunshine today. still some clouds around but not as much as yesterdays rain cooled day. temps warmed up today as well to above average again. wind staying light and should
to the colorado river valley. ............................... ................ many locales milder today with chilly conditions still up at mount charleston and over to norther arizona. expecting a nice cool down tonight, but not freezing thankfully. ............................... .................. hour by hour for your wednesday night. temps from the 50's through the evening with few clouds and calmer winds. temps cooling off to the low 50's or high 40's by late night for our 11 o'clock newscast. we'll talk about what to expect for your weekend, coming up. ((paul joncich)) > we are one month away from the "first in the west" cacuses. the democrats will hold their caucus on february 20th... followed by the rebpublicans three days later... on february 23rd. the nevada state democratic party says our caucus could play
a major role in which candidate becomes the presidential nominee. the front- runners hillary clinton and bernie sanders could slip in the other states making nevada the early deal breaker. ((roberta lange // chair, nevada state democratic party:
running neck and neck. so it's anyone's game there. i know they're both working hard and spending a lot of time there -- they have a lot of surrogates -- there will be a lot of contact in iowa. in new hampshire, i think sen. sanders has a slight lead and so when they come to nevada -- we
could be the firewall for someone or we could be the person that breaks the tie and energizes a campaign that moves forward as the presidential nominee. )) ((michael stevens)) as for the rebpublicans... party leaders say they've been very busy in recent weeks preparing... completing paperwork and doing a ton of training. the hope is to get everyone is ready... to make their voices heard on which of the 11 candidates should move forward: ((ed williams // chair, clark co. republican party: this year we have an embarrassment on riches. we have 11 great candidates -- that span the full spectrum of republican values -- there's going to be one that i think everyone likes.... and resonates with... they're all working hard to drive people out to the caucus to vote for them so the energy is enormous. )) ((paul joncich)) anyone can vote in nevada's caucus. you just have to be registered with your particular party to
the deadline is 10 days before the caucus to register... meaning it's creeping close to get that done. /// ((denise valdez)) > a new poll is raising concern about just how much college grads know about america. nearly 10- percent of college graduates surveyed in a poll believe "judge judy" serves on the supreme court. the american council of trustees and alumni conducted the poll. the d-c non- profit says the poll of a thousand people finds college graduates "are alarmingly ignorant of america's history and heritage." but... the huffington post says the study is misleading, since the judge was listed on the multiple choice question by her lesser- known real name, not her famous t-v moniker of "judge judy." and it points out nearly 62 percent of college grads correctly chose elena kagan as a supreme court justice. /// ((paul joncich)) > taking care
who medically retired from the army after desert storm is giving back to other wounded warriors... in southern nevada. ((paul joncich)) kirsten joyce reports. ((kirsten joyce)) this week's acts of kindness recipient found a way to look after our wounded warriors and their families... with a special event called, " one hero at a time." you're looking at video of a special gathering to honor a wounded warrior.... rick hillis sot under vo... blaine sullivan is his name, he lost his leg in afghanistan to an ied...., ((kirsten joyce)) a graduate of cimmaron high school. sullivan returned home , and was recognized for his service, at this " one hero at a time" event... this past october... all the money raised from the event goes to blaine... and his family. rick
it's quite a sum, but they're gong to be struggling the rest of their lives.. ((kirsten joyce)) donations gathered from members of the community to support the families challenges ahead. rick sot who is paying the mortgage while family is by their side, they go through a lot.. for us to honor them that day as well (family ) they were there for that soldier when we weren't. ((kirsten joyce)) rick and three others started this event six years ago, understanding from personal experience the many difficulties our wounded warriors face. rick i went through struggles with the v.a. they lost my paperwork. i had a bad attitude for quite a number of years...one hero at a time, this is the perfect way.. to bring it all around.. and make sure these guys don't have the same wasted years that i did how do you pick the person to recognize, rick response : we get asked that a lot. there is no magic formula, finding the recipient.. soldier, marine, airmen, sailor.. just got to dig under every rock...
something to choose from, hardest part ((kirsten joyce)) bands donate their time, along with other veteran's organizations, and businesses. chick smaldino sot @ if every town in the country does one of these for one of their heroes.. look how many people we can help. money presentation : money presentation : you have received our acts of kindess award.. you as well will be getting an 800 dollar check.. clapping.. thank you on behalf of all the volunteers. very, very amazing. ((kirsten joyce)) you can find out more about the event... and how to get involved, by going to the "one hero at a time" facebook page. if you would like to nominate someone for our series ... go to las vegas now dot com. click on "sections" in the upper left corner... and acts of kindness will be under the "community" tab. or send us an email... acts of kindness at las vegas now dot com. /// ((denise valdez)) > the planet
ct--extremely confident nasa scientist compton tucker says that's because earth has been getting warmer for decades...and 2015 hit a high mark... compton tucker nasa scientist "since we had data to determine global average temperatures by year which started in 1880." last year, the average temperature around the world was 58.6 degrees fahrenheit... up by a record margin --point 2-3 degrees--from 2014. tucker says global warming is responsible. compton tucker nasa scientist "the reason this is happening, is the buildup of greenhouse gases, carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, which acts as an insulating blanket around the earth." nasa monitors the earth's vital signs with a fleet of satellites. each one, highlighted on this animated graphic. they circle the planet 24/7...from land, air, and space. (deke arndt noaa) "the satellite information really helps us with things like sea level to understand how high the seas are and how that's changing regionally." deke arndt processes data for
from around the globe . he says as the climate changes...so will the weather. (deke arndt noaa) "a warmer atmosphere can carry more water to places when a storm occurs." ...like the extreme flooding in the midwest... unseasonably warm temperatures on the east coast in december and the strong el nino that warmed parts of the pacific ocean - which changes weather worldwide. scientists believe 2016 will be even warmer. wj, cbs news, greenbelt, maryland. ((denise valdez)) scientists say climate change does not always drive weather patterns. just because the earth as a whole is warmer does not mean we won't experience cold fronts and snow storms. more often, it leads to extremes in weather. /// ((denise valdez)) the wait is nearly over. the 8 news now living green super recycling event is this weekend... saturday, january 23rd at the thomas and mack. you can recycle all sorts of electronics. get rid of your unused and expired medicine -- and bring paperwork that needs shredded. goodwill will also be collecting household items. for the complete list of what
to las vegas now dot com. /// toss to weather < tedd florendo ((>plenty of clouds today with temps staying cool. clouds around early evening the clearing overnight. winds light but we warmed up today compared to yesterdays cool day with all the clouds. ............................... .................... afternoon temps near 60 today with many neighborhoods upper 50's especially over the west to northwest sections of the valley and the foothills. milder for those areas on the eastside of town where we're lower in elevation. chilly up in kyle and lee canyons this afternoon, although snow was not as high probability like yesterday. ............................... ...................... regional temps also milder this
especially from mesquite all the way down the colorado river valley where we had some breezes funneling through the valley. warmest temps seem to be in laughlin and death valley with cooler temps in searchlight. already cold by afternoon in central part of the state and southern great basin. ............................... ....................... u.s. temps show cold weather again for areas like the upper midwest and over through the great lakes. many neighborhoods dropping to single digits and subzero temps again especially with the wind chill reading down to -10 or more again. ............................... ..................... that's where we see some of the leftover snow around that region. however it is not the big snow we are expecting to the affect the mid-atlantic with snow and even some ice. ............................... .................... satellite and radar shows drier weather today. most of the moisture moved east last night and sunnier weather moved in. temps also warmed up with the sunnier skies as well. ridging from the west will warm up the atmostphere more giving us a warming trend. ............................... ...................... futurecast for the east coast shows the storms gaining steam and rolling up towards the mid-atlantic. bullseye may be in maryland or south pennsylvania. with ice over to north carolina
this could create travel delays this weekend. ............................... .................. so here's the forecast. lows near 43 again with few clouds by morning. temps stay chilly but not near freezing. winds remain light. tomorrow expect a high near 60 again with light winds and both sun and clouds. ............................... ...................... neighborhood by neighborhood temps will be in the high 50's for the areas on the northwest and west side of the valley. eastside of town warmest with temps in the 60's and in henderson. ............................... ..................... extended forecast shows a warming trend especially into the weekend. more clouds by friday and the weekend with breezes kicking in as well. cooler next week and more near average. overnight lows stay cool but not cold in the 40's.
drinks are as popular as ever... and lately, more than a few children are having to go to the e-r after drinking them.. a recent study found that over 40- percent of all energy drink- related calls to poison control centers in the u-s were for kids under six... many were suffering serious nervous system and heart issues.: (( (dr. jennifer shu, pediatrician) a can or a bottle of an energy drink could have as much as 500mg of caffeine which is equal to about 14 cans of soda. so way higher than you'd want a child to have. )) ((paul joncich)) if kids drink too many energy drinks... they can experience minor symptoms like headaches or jitters... but it can also distrupt their heart rhythm... and lead to seizures. the best advice doctor's have... don't buy energy drinks for kids... and if you buy them for yourself... maybe keep them the same place
((denise valdez)) > he's served under eight presidents... and is not weighing in on the big issues concerning this election. ((paul joncich)) what former defense secretary robert gates has to say about taking on isis... to working across party lines... to get things accomplished. /// ((denise valdez)) > picking up the slack. tonight at 5.. the local culinary school ready to step in and take students..
secretary of defense robert gates is out with a new book on leadership, based on his 50 years in public service under 8 presidents. gates weighs in on the current race for the white house - and whether any of the 2016 candidates are qualified for the job. cbs's jamie yuccas sat down with the secretary. former defense secretary robert gates served presidents george w. bush and barack obama during the iraq and afghanistan wars. the next president will have to deal with the complex issue of the islamic state. ((jamie yuccas)) "front-runner donald trump has said as president he would "bomb the expletive" out of the islamic state, while rival ted cruz has suggested carpet bombing them.
realistic? ((gates)) "i think those are unrealistic options. that's not the way the u.s. military conducts war, certainly in the modern era, with total disregard for civilian casualties, innocent people." in his new book, "a passion for leadership," gates prides himself on being able to work with both parties. but he worries the country is becoming even more divided. q: what's your best case scenario for 2016 presidential election? a: "it's early yet, so my hope is that the candidates begin to be more thoughtful about how they would do some of the things they are talking about." gates - a republican - is not yet committing to any candidate from either party. q would you vote for a democrat in 2016? "since 1960 i have voted for both republicans and democrats for president." "so you would vote for a democrat?" "i could!" gates supporters think he is a tough, fair leader. the race. q why don't you run for president? a: "well first of all, i know the job. i've seen the toll it takes -
is too difficult - even for someone with fifty years in public service. jamie yuccas, cbs news ny. ((paul joncich)) gates thinks we could all become better leaders, by being nicer to one another and listening to what others say - - two things not often featured on social media or in soundbites. /// paul joncich > that's all for us at 4. 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.
authority: "i think it's very feasible for them to over charge you." the tens of millions of dollars in overcharges that had state auditors seething... and why they say it's too late to fix the problem... ((dave courvoisier)) > waiting for his fate. the closing arguments as a former pastor accused of sexual assault waits for a jury... ((dave courvoisier)) > closing it's doors. the popular culinary school being shuttered: we're gonna be adding summer classes, we're gonna be adding fall classes and the culinary program in las vegas ready to pick up the slack... < ((voice over: "now, nevada's