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same thing. the gun shots people that were standing around the gas station. )) ((mauricio marin)) right now there are no supsects in custody. metro police say it looked like a planned meet up between people---what it was about is still being investigated. police say during it all around 12-30---a fight broke out while the victim was sitting in the back of the suspects car. which police are describing as a gray four door nissan altime. shots were fired. the driver tried taking off with the victim still inside the car. the victim got out of the altime and raised his hands up. more shots rang out. the man shot died on scene. the victims name hasn't been released. this comes as metro police work to stomp out violence partnering with neighbors across the valley. ((capt. andrew walsh/metro police: "we're trying to make this a safe place for people to live. people and their children have to come out of their apartments and walk through this neighborhood and go to school and tired of having them come out and see crime scene tape and change their routes because of violent crime." )) ((mauricio marin))
communites stricken by violence...police held a bbq today to get neighbors to know officers that patrol their streets. to work and gain peoples trust so crimes get reported. and hopefully stop them before they happen. ((mauricio marin)) in another shooting on the southwest side early this morning...we've just learned the victim has died from his injuries. adding to an already deadly year across the valley. reporting live...mauricio marin. 8 neww now./// ((paul joncich)) mauricio...do we know if there was more than one shooter at the scene? ((mauricio marin)) right now that's not clear. police are talking to a number of witnesses to try and figure out if there was more than one person shooting. we'll bring you the latest once we gather more information. back to you./// ((paul joncich)) > now more breaking news coverage. a person is dead after being hit by a car while waiting at a bus stop. ((denise valdez)) the crash happened at around 1:30 this
rancho. that's where 8 news now reporter karen castro is live with the latest. karen. ((karen castro)) we're standing by to learn from police about this crash but we can show you how violent the impact was. it appears this black 2-door car slammed into the bus stop. one person waiting at the bus stop was hit and died at the hospital. among the debris on the floor, we can spot an electrical wheelchair in pieces. it is a busy time on the road in this area. west lake mead, between valley drive and rancho remains closed as police continue their investigation. it's unclear how much longer investigators will remain on scene but they arrived at about 1:30 this afternoon. no word if the driver is in custody or what may have caused
((karen castro)) but again, one person is dead after being hit by a car. lake mead, between rancho and valley drive is closed as police continue their investigation. reporting live, karen castro, 8 news now. toss to weather ((tedd florendo)) nice day today with some afternoon clouds streaking through.
the evening and we get a little chilly overnight. cool conditions this afternoon and winds still remain light for the most part. warmer than yesterday at this time. ............................... ......... weather headlines say expect warming for the weekend and nice for superbowl sunday. breezy winds will pick up again though and we'll tell you when. 70's in the forecast for next week and feeling more like march. ............................... .......... here's the forecast for tonight. mostly clear skies this evening and chilly. we go from near 50 at 7 to mid 40's by 8 news now at 11. more on your forecast coming up. ((paul joncich)) > a federal indictment against oregon standoff leader ammon bundy.... and 15 others was unsealed today that includes the four remaining occupiers at the wildlife refuge. e others..cluding bundy..were all arrested last week. one man was killed in the process of making those arrests. the armed standoff has been taking place at a wildlife refuge in oregon since january... everyone faces the same charge of conspiracy to impede officers of the united states. the indictment says two conspirators traveled to the area in october to warn the sheriff of "extreme civil
((denise valdez)) the biggest day of sports betting in nevada... is just days away. ((paul joncich)) the record breaking expectations... for super bowl wagers this year. /// ((denise valdez)) and donald trump is fighting for new hampshire. what experts say the billionare business man needs to do... in order to avoid a repeat of iowa.
candidates... tonight. ((denise valdez)) as c-b-s news correspondent weijia jiang explains, many expect a debate over who's the more progressive candidate. (bridge weijia jiang/cbs news, manchester, nh) democrats hillary clinton and bernie sanders are preparing for tonight's debate - the first head to head show down after martin o'malley dropped out of the race. at a town hall event last night, the candidates continued to spar over which one of them deserves
moderate and a progressive they are different. (clinton) it's very hard to see how any of his proposals could ever be achievable sanders is counting on the youth vote to win including first time voters like 18 year old monica johnson. ( monica johnson/sander s supporter) he understands the fact that things aren't easy young volunteers are also supporting clinton. (victoria sanchez) women's rights are something secretary clinton strongly believes in and always fought for about 40 percent of voters in new hampshire are not registered in any political party... they can make up their minds on primary night. weijia jiang cbs news manchester new hampshire. pl joncich)) > on the otherde of the aisle...nald trp was back in new hamhe today with a packed mpaign schedule.after a disappointing finish iwa, the businessman isstepnup his efforts in erst in the nation primary. trump was leading ithe polls iowa before a last minutesurge from cruz. trump's campaign is trying to avoid a second loss in new hampshire. political analysts say its too late for trump to build a ground game - because it's a strategy that's months in the making. but... everything is not lost just yet... for the eccentric billionare. (( andy smith, unh, "if donald can continue to be the brand, not
donald trump who is complaining about how the election was rigged in iowa, he's got a really good chance of winning." )) ((paul joncich)) the republican field will have its last debate before the primary this saturday. the primary will be on the 9th. /// ((paul joncich)) > we are your local election headquarters through the campaign. you can stay up to date on air and on las vegas now dot com... and watch politics now this saturday at 7:30./// ((denise valdez)) > combating a deadly virus... or condoning drug use? ((paul joncich)) the controversial way one church is
choice for news. this is 8 news now at 4. ((denise valdez)) > the super bowl is just a few days away... las vegas... to make their big bets... and enjoy the big game. ((paul joncich)) jeremy aguero from applied analysis joins us to explain what this weekend means to local sportsbooks and the state of nevada. ((jeremy aguero)) the super bowl is the single- biggest day for sports betting
sportsbooks will be jam packed with bettors who will wager on almost everything imaginable in sunday's matchup between denver broncos and carolina panthers. last year, nearly $116 million was bet on the super bowl in nevada, which is still the only state in america with legalized sports betting. that was the second-best super bowl ever, just behind the $119 million bet the year before. while we expect a new record to be set this weekend, the more than $120 million that will be wagered legally in nevada is a drop in the bucket compared to the $4.1 billion that the american gaming association estimates will be wagered illegally on the super bowl this year. as impressive as those numbers are, the super bowl is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to sports betting in nevada. last year, a record $4.5 billion was wagered at race and sportsbooks, with the nfl and college football accounting for
basketball, which has gained ground in recent years thanks to the popularity of march madness, finished the year second with $1.3 billion in reported wagers. sports betting grows more popular every year, and that means rising gaming revenue for sportsbooks. since 2011, sportsbook revenue has grown by 41 percent. that is 10 times the growth rate reported for overall gaming revenue, which continues to struggle to recover from losses during the great recession. but before you get too excited, sports betting generates only about 3 percent of total gaming revenue, so it won't make or break a casino's bottom line. that is probably a good thing since a last- minute touchdown or fluke fumble can trigger a multi-million- dollar swing for sportsbooks. with millions of dollars on the line this weekend, i'm betting there will be an equal number of cheers and groans filling sportbooks in every corner of the state. ((denise valdez)) what's your
slightly warmer than yesterday at this time. skies clearing more overnight with passing clouds early. .............................. low to mid 50's by afternoon and chilly up on mount charleston. milder for the east part of the valley where we're lower in elevation and cooler for the northwest sections and foothills. chilly and cold temps expected in kyle canyon again by morning. ............................... regional temps in the mid 50's from mesquite all the way down to laughlin where we're milder. mild also for death valley and cold again for tonopah and ely this afternoon. cold readings again expected there by morning. ............................... ... superbowl forecast looks good. here's the update 66 now with sun skie uld have some breezes on sunday, but gusty more for the colorado river. nny and nice for thatuayich airs here on channel 8. ............................east coast getting slammed with more rain. we had reports of flooding in georgia and the carolinas. this front will continue to move up the coast and mix with the colder air from the north. rain snow line will drop and this precip will change over to snow tonight through tomorrow down the i-95 corridor bringing more snow for the mid atlantic and up to maine.
to 5 inches or more ............................... .............. locally no radar echoes, but we do have clouds coming in. they will clear more tonight. high pressure will dominate the region this weekend into next week. sending any storms to north. we stay dry and warmer into the 70's nextg week. ............................... ....................... chilly. skies. tomorrow expect a high of 58 sunny and milder. near average temps with some north breezes between 5 and 15. stronger gusts in the colorado river valley. ............................... .............. mid to high 50's tomorrow with 60's over to the east side of valley. these should be more noticeably warmer temps but if not tomorrow definitely this weekend. ............................... .............. extended forecast shows sunny
and next week. each day get warmer eventually into the 70's and we stay dry. no chances for shower as of right now. a church in arkansas is working towards stopping the spread of hiv among the homeless. the fayetteville church has made free hiv testing a weekly event in the community. and over the last month... staff have noticed a trend. many of those being tested... admit to sharing needles when using drugs. so the church has now launched a needle exchange program... giving the men and women clean needles for drug use. but one state representative says thats a bad idea.: ((charlie collins//state representative - "move them from drug addiction, to
simply saying -- if we're giving them free needles, we're enabling their drug use but they have a lower likelyhood of giving them a disease.")) ((paul joncich)) volunteers responded... saying they're just trying to fight the bigger battle... preventing the spread of hiv. and that drug abuse is an issue they don't have the tools to solve./// ((denise valdez)) > the massive battery factory in northern nevada... isn't creating as many jobs as expected. ((paul joncich)) what officials
272 people were working at the factory at the end of the year. that's short of the 700 jobs projected when lawmakers approved tesla's 1 point 3 billion dollar, tax incentive package. tesla also invested 374 million dollars in capital in our state so far... that's short of the 1 billion expected. development officials attribute the shortage to tesla building the factory in phases, rather....than all at once. /// ((paul joncich)) > high school students have to dodge cars at this intersection... it's been driving you crazy for the last couple of years. traffic anchor demetria obilor shows you what's being done to get the problem solved. /// (( )) demetria obilor: mayra says, "is there an update on the rainbow blvd. and shelbourne ave. southwest cta crosswalk/pede strian crossing light? i would hate to see improvements only after a kid has been involved in an accident.
december 2014, i got the county to study the intersection. the results showed the intersection warranted pedestrian improvements, so the county added the project to its list. right now, the county is designing the school flasher system. the goal is to have it built over the summer while school is out. hey! what's driving you crazy? send your traffic question to traffic eight at las vegas now dot com. ((paul joncich)) > a popular beauty school closes it doors... for good. ((denise valdez)) the reason miranel school of beauty had its funding pulled... leaving hundreds of student in nevada...
accounting irregularities. ((paul joncich)) this week, the department of education has moved to cut federal funding for maranello school of beauty. and as of today, more than 350 students here in nevada have been displaced. patranya bhoolsuwan broke this story earlier today. she joins us with more on what's happening. we got a tip from a student at the miranello campus on bonanza and nellis. she says she was trying to get federal aid for her classes and she was running into problems.. and then earlier this week she found out in this letter sent from the school...that the campus is shutting down permanently. we went to the school today, there were people inside but the door was locked and no one would tal to me. we later found out from the nevada board of cosmetology that miranello had been under investigation by the department of education....whi ch we have learned has since pulled its federal funding. officials told us that miranello faces a number of serious allegations from knowingly requesting federal aid for students based on invalid high shcool diplomas, under-
and charging students excessive overtime. we talked to a former miranello student who says she is lucky to have just applied, but the other students who have been in the program in a while...are in a much tougher situation. we'll have that interview and more on this story coming up tonight at 6 pm. marinello, by the way, is a for profit school and has been in nevada since 19-94. back to you.// ((denise valdez)) and these beauty schools aren't cheap
rely on financial aid? > the first red flag exercises of 20-16 are underway at nellis air force base. 24-hundred personell from 3 countries come together to perform realistic red on blue attacker- defender training. ....exercises that military leaders say will prepare them for real world combat missions... it's a program which has already proven a success. (( lt. col. kevin gordon, 414th combat training squadron deputy commander, "a few years ago when we had operations conducted in libya, we had feedback from some of our navy participants and they came back and told us that libya was a piece of cake based of the experience that they had here at red flag." )) ((paul joncich)) while also creating commorodorie and communication amongst u-s troops and its allies. (( 1st lt. emily lebeau, 965th airborne air control squadron air battle manager, "it gives me a really good opportunity to say hey, instead of me working with this random australian... it's hey, i am working with maddie and i trust this guy. so it's been really great bringing that coalition together." )) ((paul joncich)) nellis air force base will host a total of four red flag trainings this year which costs about 35-million dollars. /// ((denise valdez))
>nice day today with some afternoon clouds streaking through. more clearing expected through the evening and we get a little chilly overnight. cool conditions this afternoon and winds still remain light for the most part. warmer than yesterday at this time. ............................... ......... weather headlines say expect warming for the weekend and nice for superbowl sunday. breezy winds will pick up again though and we'll tell you when. 70's in the forecast for next week and feeling more like march. ............................... .......... here's the forecast for tonight. mostly clear skies this evening and chilly. we go from near 50 at 7 to mid 40's by 8 news now at 11. more on your forecast coming up.
learning more about the man... who after being died following a car crash last night. the coroner identified him as 60-year-old michael lemcool . police say his car crashed into a pole near buffalo and cheyenne. investigators think he suffered some sort of medical episode prior to the crash. a woman in the passenger seat tried to correct the vehicle as it went into traffic... and it ended up hitting a pole. she was able to escape serious injury. /// ((denise valdez)) > the two people accused of killing a man outside a 24 hour fitness went before a judge today. 27 year old kyle staats and 19 year old megan hippie both face charges including first degree murder and attempted robbery with a deadly weapon. the two are accused in the murder of 42- year-old neil brian gandler...
car ouuside of the 24 hour fitness near rainbow and alta. hippie told police they were burglarizing cars when they found gandler asleep in the car... and she says staats killed him. today the judge approved a motion to separate their cases... hippie will be back for her preliminary hearing on march 8th./// ((paul joncich)) > it's a big payday for the nevada company which accused apple of stealing its patents. a jury ordered apple to pay 626-million dollars to the company "virnetx." the ruling is based on a legal fight that started more than three years ago. in 2012, virnetx accused apple of violating four of its patents with its apps like i- message and facetime. the jury back then found apple guilty and ordered the company to pay 368-million dollars. apple appealed the case and won on a technicality. the case was retried... and now the jury says apple owes the company even more money. virnetx is a company that buys technology patents and aims to make money from licensing fees
it has previously sued microsoft, cisco and others. /// ((denise valdez)) > the man who many point to as the face of skyrocketing drug prices... was questioned about the high prices on capitol hill today. former pharmaceutical ceo martin shkreli was subpoenaed to testify before congress.. but he refused. he's facing federal charges for securities fraud.. but is well known for hiking the price of a drug by more than 5- thousand percent. his behavior rubbed some lawmakers the wrong way... but shkreli's attorney says he's been unfairly criticized: attorney - "mr. shkreli is not a villain. he's not the bad boy. i think at the end of this story he's the hero.")) ((denise valdez)) his attorney has also gone so far as to call his client a brilliant scientist who has saved lives with the drugs he has created. following the hearing... shkreli tweeted.. "hard to accept that these imbeciles represent the people in our government."/// ((paul joncich)) > a new voter
praised as one of america's best mayors who governed as a pragmatist. a practical and successful legislator, bernie sanders passed more roll-call amendments in a republican congress than any other member, primary care access for millions of americans, protected social security, cracked the gridlock with john mccain to strengthen veterans' healthcare. bernie sanders -- a consistent, principled, and effective leader. building a future to believe in.
piece of a new voter id law is being put into place and is playing a role for the first time in the primary election in new hampshire. ((denise valdez)) the 2016 election in the granite state is employing some camera technology based in the 50's. as craig boswell explains... it's an effort to cut out any possible voter fraud - but not everyone is comfortable with it. it's a first for the first-in-
"you gotta get pretty close to the actual voter" election officials in new hampshire are using polaroid cameras to document some voters. (patty little/keene, nh city clerk) "so this will be used for those voters checking in without identification but also new voters who are registering on election day" it's part of a voter id law enacted in 2012. those showing up without a photo id fill out a voter affidavit and then smile for the camera. "that's the new part?" "that's the new part." new hampshire deputy secretary of state david scanlan says it's an additional check in the process to root out any possible voter fraud. (david scanlan/new hampshire dept. sec. of state) 'if the attorney general does have to follow up with some type of investigation they have a photo of the individual that signed the afidavit." "you have concerns?" "oh we do have concerns." devon chaffee is the executive director of the aclu here.. (devon chaffee/executi ve director, new hampshire aclu) "we are afraid it is going to have a mug shot effect of those who don't have an acceptable form of id." voter fraud in new hampshire is rare...but not unheard of. lorin schneider - pled guilty to voting illegally in the past two
the 2016 race could bring a record turnout and there are more than 300 voting precincts. (devon chaffee/executi ve director, new hampshire aclu) "it's not clear how it's going to work out on primary day and we'll certainly be watching." but voters won't have to watch as their picture develops...they can grab their ballot and vote in the two minutes it takes to become clear. craig boswell, cbs news, keene, new hampshire. ((denise valdez)) the state of new hamspire spent some 30- thousand dollars to outfit the precincts with the cameras and the pictures will be kept they say for about 22 months. /// ((paul joncich)) > fighting cancer with the right kind of food. ((denise valdez)) we're talking in studio with a local chef...
((paul joncich)) > almost every single one of us has been.....or will be....touched by cancer. and since today is world cancer day... a time to remember that cancer is something we call all can fight... and one of the most important things we can do is improve our diets . that's why we've invited chef antonio nunez... from kitchen table in henderson. and desiree lovelace from the american cancer society. antonio... you have a personal connection to fighting cancer....? - healthy food sometimes has a stigma of being more expensive. is that true? - what are some of the healthiest foods out there? - along with it being world cancer day, it's also world cancer month. and there's a special campaign going on in the valley called "stick a fork in cancer." tell
< tedd florendo cool conditions right now with temps in the 50's this afternoon and chilly weather expected tonight. slightly warmer than yesterday at this time. skies clearing more overnight with passing clouds early. .............................. low to mid 50's by afternoon and chilly up on mount charleston. milder for the east part of the valley where we're lower in elevation and cooler for the northwest sections and foothills. chilly and cold temps expected in kyle canyon again by morning. ............................... regional temps in the mid 50's from mesquite all the way down to laughlin where we're milder. mild also for death valley and cold again for tonopah and ely this afternoon.
there by morning. ............................... ... superbowl forecast looks good. here's the update 66 now with sunny skies. we could have some breezes on sunday, but gusty more for the colorado river. sunny and nice for that sunday which airs here on channel 8. ............................... ....... east coast getting slammed with more rain. we had reports of flooding in georgia and the carolinas. this front will continue to move up the coast and mix with the colder air from the north. rain snow line will drop and this precip will change over to snow tonight through tomorrow down the i-95 corridor bringing more snow for the mid atlantic and up to maine. it will be fast so many just up to 5 inches or more ............................... .............. locally no radar echoes, but we do have clouds coming in. they will clear more tonight. high pressure will dominate the region this weekend into next week. sending any storms to north. we stay dry and warmer into the 70's nextg week. ............................... .......................
chilly. not as cold under mostly clear skies. tomorrow expect a high of 58 sunny and milder. near average temps with some north breezes between 5 and 15. stronger gusts in the colorado river valley. ............................... .............. mid to high 50's tomorrow with 60's over to the east side of valley. these should be more noticeably warmer temps but if not tomorrow definitely this weekend. ............................... .............. extended forecast shows sunny skies for
the much the weekend and next week. each day get warmer eventually into the 70's and we stay dry. no chances for shower as of right now. super bowl ads... bring in big bucks... during the big game. ((paul joncich)) we'll have a preview of some of the most anticipated commercials... and if companies believe... they're really worth millions
choice for news. this is 8 news now at 4. ((paul joncich)) > super bowl 50 is just three days away. the game between the broncos and panthers is only part of the show. ((denise valdez)) as c-b-s reporter teri okita explains... commercials are the other, and this year, companies will fork over almost five- million dollars for a 30-second spot. (steven tyler skittles ad: "your skittles portrait. e to the z . ") it's become sport between advertisers to create the most buzzed-about super bowl ads. commercials are now splashed across social media weeks before the big game . re- posted and re- tweeted to get more bang for the buck. ( drake's t-mobile ad: "fantastic idea") and it takes a "lot" of bucks. a 30-second commercial now fetches four- point-eight million dollars. at super bowl i, that same half- a-minute cost less than 38- thousand dollars. but kia motors c-o-o says it's worth it.
america coo) we heard qualitative data from our dealers, saying people saw the spot, came in, test drove the vehicle, and ultimately, bought the vehicle. car and beer ads, targeting men, still dominate . but women are increasingly the focus. (ryan reynolds "what a man, what a man . ") celebrities push a variety of products, while cute and cuddly animals never fail. (linda kaplan/advertising executive) it's appointment tv. it's the one time where everyone in america is watching. one of the all- time classic commercials gets a reboot on the game's golden anniversary . reuniting "mean joe greene" with the "coke kid" . almost 40-years later. (wow! thanks, mean joe ) teri okita, cbs news, san francisco. ((denise valdez)) many marketing analysts consider apple's 1984 ad called, "think different", to have had the
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with high-speed internet from centurylink. (("the greatest gathering of hunter conservationists in the world.")) ((dave courvoisier)) why organizers say the message behind the event... is often misunderstood. ((paula francis)) but las vegas is no stranger to criticism of animal treatment. ((38:22 you dont want to see animals forced to do something they dont want to do.)) ((paula francis)) the steps some shows have taken... to keep wild animals out of the spotlight on the strip. ((dave courvoisier)) plus... 14 people killed... in the last 35 days. how metro police are working with the community... in hopes of preventing a rise in homicides./// < ((voice over: "now, nevada's first choice for news. this is 8 news now at 5.")) > ((dave courvoisier)) > thanks