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((christianne klein)) >> tedd florendo has been tracking our potential for rainfall all afternoon. he joins us now with what we can expect. ((tedd florendo)) skies clouded up yesterday and they've been that way since. they convection and therefore storms have been non-existent. we had a few passing sprinkles earlier and it could take some time for the storms to develop. ............. ...................... ........... still warm and muggy though with dewpoints remaining high. there's plenty of moisture in the atmosphere but no sunshine to fire it up. expect temps to stay warm and sticky tonight. we'll be in the 90's through the
those unions helped carry clinton to a nevada caucus win... despite bernie sanders winning most of rural nevada back in february. the virginia senator also said nevada is one of a handfull of close states they're fighting to win... which he says is why the clinton campaign is spending so much time in the silver state.: ((sen. tim kaine/(d) vice presidential candidate "you know how important nevada is, i'm not here by accident, nevada is really, really important (cheers), really, really important.")) average of polls over the past 6 weeks shows hillary clinton with a 2-point-3 percent lead in nevada. hillary clinton herself will be in the state later this week for the third time in five weeks... on top of a visit from her husband -- former president bill clinton -- a week and a half ago. ((patrick walker)) more on the plan itself... and the trump campaign's response... coming up at 5. christianne.../// ((christianne klein)) and the political
on thursday hillary clinton will make a campaign stop in reno to discuss her plan to improve the economy. meanwhile documents in clinton's email investigation could be made public a few weeks earlier than expected. a federal judge is ordering the state department to look at nearly 15-thousand documents it got from the fbi. the fbi is not recommending charges against clinton, but the documents were part of the investigation into her private email use. (((mark toner/state dept. deputy spokesperson) "we still don't have a 14,900 are new, that we haven't seen before." )) ((christianne klein)) >> the judge wants a plan from the state department by september 22 on how the documents will be released. the department had proposed releasing the documents the second week of october./// ((dave courvoisier)) donald trump has cancelled a planned appearance for friday at the south point hotel and casino. his campaign offered no details as to why he won't be holding the rally. nevada republican party chairman michael mcdonald says
however... is still on -- and trump is expected to attend./// ((christianne klein)) jury selection is underway in a trial for a 15-year-old boy killed during a robbery attempt. marcos arenas was run over while two men tried to snatch his i-pad. one of those men is on trial today... michael stevens was at the regional justice center this morning. jury selection is going on inside. our cameras were only allowed in the courtroom for a short period before the pool of about 50-potential jurors was escorted in. rig prosecution and defense are interviewing the potential jurors to serve on high-profile murder trial of michael solid. prosecutors say him and jacob dismont are responsible for killing 15-year-old marcos arenas back in 20-13. witnesses say dismont jumped out of an s-u-v on charleston boulevard... ran up to the 15 year old... punched him... and stole his i-pad.
and killed by their s-u-v. medical records show the 15-year-old suffered massive brain swelling and severe internal injuries. earlier this month... dismont plead guilty for his part in the case. jury selection in the case against michael solid is expected to take two days ((christianne klein)) lawyers expect this trial to last about two weeks./// ((christianne klein)) and we learned more profile case. information about another high profile case. 27- year- old shane ross is due in court wednesday ... accused of a string of armed robberies. metro says ross would park his motorcycle outside a store ... and rob its employees at gunpoint. 8 news now was the first to break that he is the son of las vegas mayor pro tem steve ross. the family says shane has struggled with addiction, and are urging him to cooperate with police. ((dave courvoisier)) a potential terror
((dave courvoisier)) metro police are investigating two separate homicides that happened just an hour apart from each other over the weekend. the first happened saturday afternoon near cheyenne police say neighbors discovered the body of 37 year old candelario duran who had been shot and killed. they say people nearby heard a loud noise they thought were fireworks... "i have really failed in my civic duty. i should have called the cops when i heard those noises immediately... "it wasn't small caliber. you could tell by the sound." )) ((dave courvoisier)) >> about an hour later police say a fight broke out between two men....at parkway villas on greene lane. when police arrived...they say
suffering from a head injury. he was taken to the hospital where he later died. a witness and one other person involved in the fight were arrested./// ((christianne klein)) police in turkey believe the suicide bomber that attacked a wedding party... could be a child. the bride and groom survived the attack that happened just 40 miles from the syrian border.. while 54 others were killed. turkey's president says isis is the most likely culprit... but the extremists haven't claimed responsibility. isis has used children in the past to carry out violence./// ((h security in iraq stopped a boy wearing a suicide vest over the weekend.. before he could detonate himself they say the would-be-bomber was 15 years old.. and intended to target a shia mosque. this video, provided by kurdistan 24 television, shows some dramatic video of his capture.. ((dave courvoisier)) many people in the south are still waiting for relief after the flood. ((christianne klein)) >> how residents in louisiana are banding together after historic flooding left several homes underwater./// announcer: you're
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it was 89% contained. on friday... crews had only reached 26% containment. so far it's burned more than 37-thousand acres through the cajon pass.. but all mandatory evacuation orders have been lifted. firefighters estimate about 100 homes have been destroyed by the fire./// ((christianne klein)) president obama will spend some time in louisiana tomorrow... as the state continues to recover from extreme flooding. the disaster has killed at least 13 people so far... and damaged around 60-thousand homes. forced more than 106 thousand people to register for fema assistance. a one week total the agency hasn't seen since superstorm sandy. representatives for fema tell us some places are still unreachable... but they are active in all 20 hard hit parishes: (( sampson daruvalla//chief for disaster survivor assistance - "we did have teams on the ground as the waters were rising and we have teams here all the way through.")) ((christianne klein)) >> 36 million dollars in federal spending has been approved already to help
remain in shelters. louisiana governor john bel edwards is encouraging folks to donate to organizations like the red cross to help those affected./// toss to weather ((tedd florendo)) looking outside it looks like seattle with the cloud shield. to the humidity. wind also stay light and the smoke plume from the blue cut fire has drifted way more west and away from the area. dewpoint remain high enough for the risk of more t'storms maybe this evening, but should be isolated in nature. ................................ ... .................. temps around the valley in the 90s through many neighborhoods with
valley and southeast sections. not as warm for the foothills and the northwest part of the region. we're below normal for temps but not much. the clouds also helped keep a lid on any daytime warming from the sun. ....................... ............ ................... regional temps also stayed warm but still hot over in death valley where they had more sunshine. warm down the colorado river valley from mesquite all the way down to laughlin. more tolerable temps in the central great basin with those areas ........ ........................... ................ radar shows very little convective t'storm occurring. a shield of clouds helped keep a tight lid on any storm development this morning and afternoon. now with clearing and us getting to the hottest part of the day, there is still slight chances for t'storms mainly east of i-15 and better chances for southern clark county. mostly in mohave county. ....... ............................ .................. futurecast shows we get a better break from those storms chances tomorrow but it's sunday we see
storms chances due to an area of low pressure that will drift in some rain from the south. shower and storm chances also return for monday through tuesday as well before we see a drying trend by wednesday and more sunshine. ................................ ... ................. so the forecast is calling for temps in the 80's by morning with clouds and some clearing. expect muggy condtions this evening with slight hit and miss shower chances as well. tomorrow expecting temps near through the day. very slim chances for showers but the possibility is out there more points east of the valley. ................................ ... ..................... extended forecast calls for temps to drop even more by late weekend and early week with high in the 90's still. showers chances return by sunday and through early week with sunday and monday being our best shot for some rain. ek with drier mid to late week next week as temps climb back to near average
teaming up with the las vegas rescue mission to fight hunger in the valley with our channel 8 food drive. you can donate non-perishable food items that will go to help those in need. ((dave courvoisier)) >> those goods are being accepted at sudden impact on boulder highway or findlay acura in the valley auto mall. that's where we find our katie boer who joins us live with how the collection is going. ((katie boer)) ((dave courvoisier)) a daredevil pastor is
drivers get the green signal avenue intersection, but no one's stopping... it's a problem that's happening in a busy area, and it's driving you crazy, so demetria obilor looked into it and got you some answers. (( )) demetria obilor: tammy says heading home, i travel north on teddy drive to sahara avenue.
opposite traffic comes barreling through cutting us off, nearly hitting pedestrians. i reached out to the city of las vegas to see if there were any issues with the signal head. city staff went out and discovered no problems with the light or its programming. they determined the light was acting as it should, only allowing the northbound right-turn arrow to be displayed when all of the opposing traffic have a red indicator displayed. so, it would seem that people are just running the red light, whic enforcement issue. the city says they will be more than happy to inform metro of the problem, but also recommends directly calling police at 311 to request assistance. hey! what's driving you crazy? send your traffic question to traffic eight at las vegas now dot com. /// ((dave courvoisier)) a daredevil pastor in new york is taking it to the limit. last month, john "mercury" morgan jumped through a wall of fire on his motorcycle. and now he's back at it again with his latest feat: (("here we go!" )) ((dave courvoisier))
on the ground and through a wall of fire. the stunt performer is a pastor at the faith on fire fellowship. morgan says his jumps are symbolic of his faith -- with the ramp representing the highs and lows in life./// ((christianne klein)) starting the school year off the safe way. ((dave courvoisier)) >> with the classes in the valley set to kick off in one week. >> how local authorities are encouraging pedestrian safety as we start to see a surge of
week long events that will highlight safe travel and the rules of the road. ((katie standup intro: "32....that's the number of pedestrian fatalities..men, women, children...so far this year and its also the reason why community agencies are banding together to teach kids how to be safe while traveling to and from school")) today's emphasis.... bike safety. ((quick nat pop: okay let's see you do this, you got this )) all week leading up to the start of fatalities focuses on bike, bus, teen driver and pedestrain safety..even how to correctly install seat belts and booster seats. ((lesly: so he's teaching kids how to ride different kids of obstacles you see on a daily basis you teach and instruct them how to be safe and have fun during it )) lesly and her siblings among of the dozens of kids who came out for the event...and the freebies...
think of this shiney new helmet you have? :15 lesly: i think its pretty awesome that they actually give them to us for free here :19 and we can actually be safe going to school or after school :23 )) helments for kids completing a safety obstacle course and backpacks filled with school supplies donated by councilwoman lois tarkanian. (( katie standup tag: "now if you missed today's event focusing on bike safety there will be events held all week long. tomorrow's focusing on 'bus safety'. that's being held at western high school. reporting off valley view and the di, i'm kb back to you." )) if you can't make the event at 10:30 tomorrow at western high school... the safety coalition still wants you to remember these tips including... slowing down in school zones...not parking to close to school crosswalks....re fraining from cell phone use near schools and bus stops... and knowing the route your children take to and from schools. ((dave courvoisier)) new detials on the pills found in prince's mansion after his death.
mislabeled, according to the minnesota star tribune. they were actually fentanyl.... which is 100- times stronger than morphine. an autopsy found prince died of an accidental fentanyl overdose. no word on how he obtained the painkillers. the newspaper says investigators think prince might not have realized the pills were fentanyl./// . ((dave courvoisier)) the brain behind some of the biggest boy- band sensations died in prison over the weekend. music mogul lou pearlman passed away on friday. on his record label pearlman backstreet boys, 'nsync, o-town, l-f-o. he was later sentenced to 25-years in prison for running a 300-million-dollar ponzi scheme. officials said the scheme ended up ruining hundreds of his investors. pearlman was 62-years-old./// ((christianne klein)) more fallout for olympic swimmer ryan lochte... after the scandal dubbed "lochte gate" so far four major sponsors have said they're dropping lochte... including speedo. in a statement speedo says it
counter to the values this brand has long stood for." lochte and three teammates said they had been robbed at gunpoint after attending a party at the olympics in brazil... but a few days later it was discovered that the athletes vandalized a gas station. lochte has since apologized saying he "over- exaggerated" the story./// ((dave
courvoisier)) fighting hunger in the valley. ((christianne klein)) >> coming up on the valley's news leader. >> we check in with our local food drive to show how you can get involved in our push to help those in need have a hot plate to eat.///
this is 8 news now at four. ((christianne klein)) people in harrisonburg, virginia are rallying behind a waitress who received a racist and hateful comment on a receipt. the whole incident was captured on a security camera. isabel rosales reports. on monday, sadie elledge served this man and woman two gyros, sodas, and a greek salad. from the start, sadie says she felt uncomfortable.
me, they would just nod their heads." as this blonde woman signs the receipt, she leaves no tip. not unusual for any server. but the reason why she didn't leave the tip was something sadie says she has never seen. (sadie elledge/ waitress) "it shouldn't even matter, and like, i just feel like it's rude and disrespectful, i never met. i've never done anything to them" not only disrespectful but sadie says it is just plain wrong. (sadie elledge/ waitress) "i was born here but i'm mexican and honduran." adding another layer to sadie's disbelief, she says the woman herself had an accent. an immigrant created and owned business. here's what sadie's boss has to say about the "tip" (angeliki floros/ restaurant owner) "if coward is the word to describe what they did. i have worst words to use, but let's go with coward." (isabel rosales/ reporter) "well it is called the friendly city for a reason, this morning sadie got this letter from some downtown neighbors, covering the tip and then some." tapping into the same spirit of being a friendly neighbor, sadie says she would serve them
waitress) "it makes me the stronger person just to not like, let these things bother me because i know i'm a good person. i know that." meanwhile, the owner of jess' lunch is not sold. she wants an apology for sadie. we do know who this person is. when i reached out to them over facebook, they did not respond. (angeliki floros/ restaurant owner) "i would like for them to not come here unless they regret what they did." in harrisonburg, isabel rosales, ./// the organization "harrisonburg downtown renaissance" sent elledge a note of support saying it was "disgusted" with the customer's "disrespectful and abusive" behavior./// ((christianne klein)) ((dave courvoisier)) >> /// announcer: you're
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all this week 8 news now is teaming up with the las vegas rescue mission to fight hunger in the valley with our channel 8 food drive. you can drop off non-perishable food items that will go to help those in need. ((christianne klein)) >> the goods are being accepted at sudden impact on boulder highway or findlay acura in the valley auto mall. that's where e the collection is going. ((katie boer)) ((tedd florendo)) ((katie boer))
high enough for the risk of more t'storms maybe this evening, but should be isolated in nature. ................................ ... .................. temps around the valley in the 90s through many neighborhoods with the warmest temps typically over to the east side of the valley not as warm for the foothills and the northwest part of the region. we're below normal for temps but not much. the clouds also helped keep a lid on any daytime warming from the sun. ................................ ... ................... regional temps also stayed warm but still hot over in death valley
valley from mesquite all the way down to laughlin. more tolerable temps in the central great basin with those areas inthe 80's to low 90's. ........ ........................... ................ radar shows very little convective t'storm occurring. a shield of clouds helped keep a tight lid on any storm development this morning and afternoon. now with clearing and us getting to the hottest part of the day, there is still slight chances for t'storms mainly east of i-15 for southern clark county. mostly in mohave county. ....... ............................ .................. futurecast shows we get a better break from those storms chances tomorrow but it's sunday we see the return of showers and storms chances due to an area of low pressure that will drift in some rain from the south. shower and storm chances also return for monday through tuesday as well before we see a drying trend by wednesday and more sunshine. ................................ ... ................. so the forecast is calling for temps in the 80's by morning with clouds and some clearing.
slight hit and miss shower chances as well. tomorrow expecting temps near 100 and partly to mostly sunny through the day. very slim chances for showers but the possibility is out there more points east of the valley. ................................ ... ..................... extended forecast calls for temps to drop even more by late weekend and early week with high in the 90's still. showers chances return by sunday and through early week with sunday and monday being our best shot for some rain. drier mid to late week next week as temps climb back to near after a week of insults and trash talking nate diaz and conor mcgregor squared off in the octogon saturday night for ufc 202. the fight took place at the t-mobile arena where mcgregor came out victorious in a majority decision. it was the second time the two fighters went head to head. the last time they fought, diaz defeated mcgregor by submission./// ((dave courvoisier)) coming up... big things are happening in boulder city. ((christianne klein)) >> see what's got the mayor so excited for the coming months. ((dave courvoisier))
not only is the city inching closer to becoming debt-free... there is lots more to look forward to like the i-11 project... and a growing list of fall festivals. our good day team sat down with boulder city's mayor rod woodbury this morning to talk about it all. ((brian loftus)) the leaders of the vallley are starting their week with us here on 8 news now good day. ((michelle mortensen)) >> boulder city mayor rod woodbury is joining us today for our monday mornings with the mayors segment. thanks for joining ballot, there is a question for boulder city.... authorizing use of capital improvement fund money to pay off the city's sole remaining debt (raw water line debt). how did it end up on the ballot? ((rod woodbury)) >> actually this us our water line debt. it's the last debt we have in boulder city. been paying off golf course debt and other things like that. 'kdf ami to us that we're finally down to the last one. it's a big one. it's 28 million dollars. but allowing us to use funds from the capital improvement fund will help us accellerate that. if we put on another 750 thousand dollars towards it a year, we're saving 3 million in interest. we're hoping we can do more than that and pay it off even sooner.
that's not something most cities can say. ((brian loftus)) >> also-- boulder city's slow-growth ordinances are a big reason why your community has been able to remain the way it is for years.. but your facing some challenges now.. what are they? ((rod woodbury)) >> some of the challenges are the economic impact of the i-11 that's coming up. there's a lot of concern with the businesses in our community as to what's gonna happen there. the more we rely on outside sources, the less business we're gonna have. so that's one concern. another is a reduced number of students in our schools. that impacts our sports teams, means fewer teachers, we lost another counselor this year so we're down to one for 600 students. one counselor for 600 students is not a good thing. we're
than that. for those reasons and others we need to start rethinking our growth policies, not scrapping them all together, we like our small town community, but there's good reasons to grow a little bit. i think most citizens are on board with that. ((brian loftus)) >> maybe there's a happy medium when it comes to growth so continue to explore it. ((brian loftus)) >> we were just talking before the interview, the olympics are over, school is starting so now it's time to say hello to the fall. let's get into fall festivals. planning is under (art in the park, wurstfest, chautauqua, winter art fest, etc.) any changes to the events? ((rod woodbury)) >> well i like chautauqua cause it's kind of an unknown. it's named after a city in new york but we have the scholars come in and act out the parts of prominent people. so this year i think we have jack warner, the founder of warner brothers, introduced sound to motion picture and was very revolutionary, pt barnum, the
they act these out and at the end the audience gets to ask questions and they come out of character to talk about the history behind it. it's a cool event. wurstfest is our rotary club's annual fundraiser. you get brats, lots of entertainment. rotary funds great things in boulder city. they do the annual graduation night to keep our kids out of trou they just started the drug court program and we've had several graduates there. art in the park, hospital fundraiser. ((brian loftus)) >> it;s a great fall festival schedule. you had me at brats, by the way, mayor. >> to submit a question... just head to las vegas now dot com.. and click on the banner that says monday mornings with the mayor. thank you mayor. ((rod woodbury)) >> thank you./// christianne klein
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a construction worker falls to his death.... at tivoli village. we take you live to the scene as investigators sort through the tangled metal... to try and figure out what happened. ((denise valdez)) a day of fun turns tragic... for an a-t-v rider: it's not for a beginner. what we know about the victim and his experience and the two things you should know... before hopping on an a-t-v.
down in macau. in the long run they get it, they do the right thing. the 4- billion dollar property opening today... and why the casino mogul thinks he's a perfect fit for china./// tedd florendo we're tracking storms this evening. who has the best chance for raindrops? we'll fill you in on your most accurate weather now forecast.