tv 8 News Now at Noon CBS January 29, 2016 12:00pm-12:30pm PST
and to let this play out in court. the f-b-i is working to come to a peaceful conclusion to the takeover./// ((patranya bhoolsuwan)) > such a nice change the last day or two with warmer temperatures. kind of feeling like spring. but sherry says it won't last much longer? ((sherry swensk)) > i'm afraid not. get out there and enjoy your friday... even tomorrow looks nice and mild, but a winter storm has its sights set on us to snap us back to reality by sunday and definitely next week. ((sherry swensk)) we've got the high clouds moving through southern nevada ahead of that storm... but also a ridge of high pressure to help increase the afternoon temps to well above normal today and tomorrow. ............ right now we're near 60 degrees already in some neighborhoods and that's the normal high for the end of january. ........... then even warmer tomorrow as breezy winds pick up. snow...
our way as the weekend goes on. dangerous winds set up for southern california, too so if you're driving there this weekend - you'll want to pay attention to the forecast. ............ and wait 'til you see the huge drop in temps for us between tomorrow and monday! we'll check it out in your full forecast coming up./// ((patranya bhoolsuwan)) ((patranya bhoolsuwan)) > the gop presidential candidates are back on the campaign trail today... following last night's debate that did not include donald trump. new jersey governor chris christie was one of the first to go out and rally for support... with the iowa caucuses jus a few days away. last night trump held a benefits event for veterans instead of attending the debate due to his ongoing feud with fox news. he was in new hamphire earlier today making his case for doing his own thing last night: (( "you gotta be strong.. gotta be tough..
around." )) ((patranya bhoolsuwan)) > the trump campaign says the candidate raised nearly six million dollars for veterans at the 'alternate' event. 8 news now is your elections headquarters. don't forget to visit our politics now page on las vegas now dot com for all the latest updates from the campaign trail.// ((patranya bhoolsuwan)) > 8 news now has learned the identities of two people who were killed in two separate shootings earlier this week. 32 yearold michael pittenger was killed wednesday night at a bus stop near eastern and tropicana. police say an argument between two groups of people sparked a shooting. metro believes the shooting is gang-related. earlier that night kevin camacho was shot and killed at an and pecos. so far no police no suspects in any of these cases in custody. if you have any information ... you're asked to call crimestoppers./// ((patranya bhoolsuwan)) > a man is dead after crashing his car into a pole early this morning.
owens avenue just after 1-30 this morning. metro police say the man was speeding before he lost control of the vehicle. he was taken to u-m-c where he later died. this is the 10 deadly crash in metro's jurisdiction this year./// ((patranya bhoolsuwan)) > football fever is heating up in the valley... and we're not talking about the super bowl. today las vegas sands owner, sheldon adelson is meeting with the owner of the oakland raiders to check out a possible stadium location. unlv recently spent 50 million dollars acquiring 42 acres of land where the sands would build a 1- billion dollar special events structure near the strip. unlv president len jessup has said unlv would be interested in a private-public partnership./// ((patranya bhoolsuwan)) > new details on channel 8's negotiations with cox cable. our george knapp breaks down the months of heated discussions and what exactly is holding back the two companies from reaching a
despite 5 months of negotiations with cox communication s, no deal has been reached regarding what cox should pay for re- transmitting channel 8's programs, including next week's super bowl broadcast. george knapp has the story. (( )) lisa howfield/klas general manager: to make a statement like that is untrue and frankly offensive. lisa howfield, general manager of nevada's first and most honored tv station, klas tv, has heard just about enough trash talk from cox cable. she says she would be remiss if she does not advise channel 8 views who subscribe to cox that they will lose the klas signal as of midnight friday. cox customers will no longer see the most watched station in nevada....with its popular daytime dramas...highest rated newscasts...syn dicated shows like jeopardy and wheel of fortune...and the powerful cbs
most popular network...all gone for cox customers. howfield advises viewers to make other arrangements, especially football fans who want to watch super bowl 50 next sunday. lisa howfield: ....they won't be able to watch the super bowl on cox. you will be able to watch the super bowl on direct tv, dish, century and if all else fails, you can get a high def antenna and watch it over the air. other local providers are already doing brisk business as cox customers are looking for better deals elsewhere. cox had trouble even before the current dispute. the company once had a near monopoly here but the percentage of local homes which subscribe to cox is dropping. it was down to 48% of the market in november and has since plunged to only 41%. the dispute with klas has opened a lot of simmering complaints from dissatisfied customers. howfield: a lot of locals are starting to drop their subscribership to cox for various reasons. i've spoken to a lot of people
arsenal of feedback why they are making a switch. the issue is a simple one....what is a fair rate for cox to pay to retransmit klas programming. channel 8 is by far the most popular station, sign on to sign off, which means it is the biggest draw on the cox system...more than espn or tnt or any other stations which are paid large sums by cox. cox customers pay 8 dollars per month for espn, whether they watch it or not. howfield says cox made a terrible business decision to pay that much. local broadcasters like channel 8 provide 35% of the viewership for cable systems, but get only 12% of the revenue. cox earns many times more from channels 8's original content than does channel 8. a public relations statement sent to cox customers is
the claim that klas is demanding three times what it gets from the current agreement--flat ly untrue, she says. callers to cox have been told their cable bills will jump 20 or 30 dollars if klas wins, which is not only false but ridiculous. howfield is prohibited by law from making public what the retransmission rates would be but says the typical fair amount negotiated by stations all across the country is around 1 dollar per subscriber. cox is paying many times that amount for espn, but only a fraction as much for klas. most telling of all is one fact that cox can't spin---the proposed re- transmission rate has already been deemed fair and reasonable by every other provider system here...all except cox. lisa howfield: every other carrier in this market has recognized the value of a local broadcast and agreed to the terms which are veyr fair...duirect tv, dish, century, they all agree. it's cox who does not.
value of klas programming. prior to this dispute, the cable company was one of the top advertisers on klas. it pulled 400,000 dollars in ads from channel 8 after it walked out of the negotiations, including 100,000 dollars to be spent on super bowl sunday, a program that now will not be carried on cox at all. george knapp 8 news now. ((patranya bhoolsuwan)) > the company has issued a detailed response to statements made by cox. you can read it on our website. ((patranya bhoolsuwan)) > super bowl fever is taking over the valley. up next we're going to tell you about how you could be celebrating you're own super bowl victory by winning some serious cash.///
bowl 50 is coming up next weekend! and 8 news now is giving away 25-hundred dollars on our special newscast following the game. all you have to do is head to our website lasvegasnow dot com and click on the contest banner. you can also sign up on our 8 news now facebook page. you can catch the denver broncos go head to head with the carolina panthers for super bowl 50 right here on february 7th right here on 8 news now./// ((sherry swensk)) a nice last friday of january... and we deserve a little break from the cold. it's been a chilly winter for us so far. ............. unfortunately, we won't get to enjoy the milder days for very long, as another colder winter
north over the weekend. and the change in temps will be pretty drastic. .................. we're already beating our normal afternoon high at the lunch hour... and we still have a few hours to go... so upper 60s is not out of the question today. with some milder temps and overnight clouds, our saturday morning will start out above normal, too. .................... and clouds will make for another pretty sunset later this afternoon... thanks tory healy for sending this photo in for our viewers. ................ right now we have a lot of 60s outside the valley and mild air for now... but don't put away the winter coats too far because you will need them in the very near future. ..................... a nice warm finish to the week
gusty winds start in the mountains tomorrow... with breezy winds in the valley. gusts to 40 mph or higher in the mountains will be expected. .............. then the chance for valley showers and mountain snow begins overnight saturday and into sunday with widespread showers sunday. maybe up to three- quarters of an inch of rain by sunday night. .................... we could see maybe 6 to 12 inches of snow in the mountains and snow levels could really drop to possibly 2500 feet by monday morning with cold air so we might see some snowflakes around town early monday morning. we'll have to wait and see. ..................... high clouds come and go today... warm breezes tomorrow as this system advances our way... and rain and snow hits the sierra and central california tonight. a long fetch of moisture out in the pacific will make its way into the west coast.
will follow into the weekend and monday. ............ watches and warnings are for california right now - none for southern nevada
- and that is for snow and wind. ............ a nice day in the moutains today and out at the lake... then the winds pick up tomorrow. ................ rain, snow and much cooler air moves in sunday and monday. temps drop to the chilly 40s next week. ((patranya bhoolsuwan)) apromising new treatment when it comes to heart health. for people who may be at risk for sudden cardiac arrest, a new device to restart the heart.
sudden cardiac arrest can come on without warning. it's a leading cause of death for adults over 40. paula francis shows us a new option that can automatically restart a person's heart - without touching it. (( )) < ((paula francis)) two years ago randy fisher was recovering from double knee replacement surgery when his therapy started wiping him out. a doctor's visit uncovered heart trouble. randy fisher "two of my valves were leaking." ((paula francis)) surgeons fixed the valves but there was also a family history to consider. randy's father died of sudden cardiac arrest. randy fisher "he got up at the hotel, got dressed, loaded up the bags, put everything in the car, ate breakfast.five miles down the road, gone." naushad shaik, md "we know that sudden cardiac arrest outside the hospital, the survival rate is very low." ((paula francis))
an implantable defibrillator can be a life- saving device. naushad shaik, md "a wire would go into the heart, and it would be screwed into the heart, and what it does from that point on it records every heartbeat of yours and if the heart would go dangerously too fast, it would shock you and save you." ((paula francis)) now an alternative to the traditional defibrillator. the s-i-c-d is implanted on a patient's left side, wires lead up to the heart but are not attached to it. naushad shaik, md "this subcutaneous defibrillator has sensors on the tips of its wires, which picks up this heart signal." ((paula francis)) if the heart stops, the device will send a shock to restart it. younger heart patients can benefit the most. without wire attachments, the s-i-c-d is easier to replace. randy fisher "what sold me was really that my father, if he would have had this he might be alive." ((paula francis)) a small device that most patients won't have to think twice about until they really need it. / ------------------- > 4773 ((paula francis)) doctor shaik says without the leads that go
s-i-c-d device has a smaller chance of malfunctioning than the traditional, implantable defibrillator. for more information, email me, or call 702-792-8888. tell me you want the report, "- restart the heart -" and be sure to give your full name and address. paula francis, 8 news now.// ((patranya bhoolsuwan)) > finding the sweeter side.... up next how one oregon donut shop is getting some attention for their one of a kind creation
you know the basic bargain of america is if you work hard, and you do your part, you should be able to get ead and stay ahead. but so many families don't feel like their hard work pays off. that's not the way america is supposed to operate. i want to go to bat for them every single day. get incomes rising... get equal pay for women... cut the cost of health care and child care so people can actually get ahead. hillary clinton, she has what it takes to get things done.