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accused of sex trafficking .. the website police said he used to lure in teenage victims. ((kirsten joyce)) >> plus... searching for survivors .. buried in the rubble... the urgent rescue mission underway in italy. ((brian loftus)) >> and... winds picking up across the valley .. sherry is looking at the changes the winds will bring us. ((kirsten joyce)) 8 news now good day, the valley's news leader, starts right now./// ((now, live...this is 8 news now good the frantic search for survivors in central italy has entered a second day. yesterday the region was rocked by a massive earthquake... that leveled several medieval towns. ((kirsten joyce)) >> more than 247 people are dead...and many others injured. president obama offered his condolences to italy's president by phone yesterday... and commended the nation's first responders on their quick action.///
us i'm kirsten joyce. ((brian loftus)) >> and i'm brian loftus. this morning a man is in jail after he was arrested for being connected to a prostitution ring. last night metro police arrested 63 year old david coil for luring underage teens to become prostitutes. metro says that he recruited them with posts on craigslist. esther brown who founded the embracing project. and has helped hundreds of girls break away from the shackles of human sex trafficking says that this form of recruitment is pretty typical. ((esther brown/founder, the embracing pr violent and put alot of fear in the kids. also sometimes if the kid doesn't have a support system it's very diffcuult for them because they feel they can't get out.")) ((brian loftus)) >> police say there could still be more victims coil harmed that haven't come forward. coil is scheduled for his first court appearance later this week. metro is asking parents to talk with their children who may have had contact with coil. and urge people to tip them off using crime stoppers or calling
if you've ever had a question you wanted to ask someone in law enforcement... let us know! we're asking sheriff joe lombardo questions from the viewers every wednesday... during our new segment, morning cup of joe. to submit a question... just go to las vegas now dot com... and look for the "don't miss" section. you can find out if your question was chosen.. every wednesday between 6:30 and 7 a-m./// ((kirsten joyce)) we're one step closer to finding a stadium for a potential las vegas football team. representatives from majestic realty and the las vegas sands casino company are meeting with an oversight committee on this morning. sites for a potential nfl team. they want to get their plan in order by january, before nfl owners decides whether to let the raiders move to las vegas. stadium proponents want to use the $750 million in hotel tax revenue to pay for the stadium. that they estimate will cost from $1 point 7 billion to $2 point 1 billion depending on land acquisition costs.
nice clear skies this morning... you can see the moon and the stars and it feels drier. ........see the moon and the we are drying out - humidity dropped below 20 percent yesterday at noon and hasn't risen above again ............... winds are starting to kick up a little and it will be on the breezy side as the day goes on. ........... there will be plenty of hazy sunshine and highs in the low 100s.
nhp is reporting a road hazard on southbound i15 before the sahara exit. watch out for it. usually troopers are pretty fast at getting these situations under control. up in the northwest, construction at us 95 and 215 is underway. expect to see crews working on the centennial bowl through next summer.
in the north side of the town. it's been three weeks since metro the raided the house. metro tells us the incident remains under investigation right now they don't know the welfare of the animals during the raid or what type of care they received and where they were kept. so far we know that the puppies were crated during the raid and died at some poid ((kirsten joyce)) we also reached out to the animal foundation to see if there's any update on the hundreds of roosters that were seized from the property. it's believed they were being used for fighting. at last check, 70 birds had been euthanized. two men face charges in connection to the alleged cock fighting ring./// ((brian loftus)) metro police hope some new real estate will help them keep locals safe. we were able to get a tour of the brand new "spring valley area command" near durango and sahara. we're told the location was picked to better serve the
will serve a wide area... from downtown summerlin to china town... and summerlin south to 'the lakes.'/// ((kirsten joyce)) a dozen people killed .. after terrorists attack american university in afghanistan.. ((brian loftus)) >> the siege on the students.. and the investigation into who is behind it. ((kirsten joyce)) >> plus ... trouble brewing in syria.. the reason why turkey moving into the country to battle terrorists.. could pose a problem./// ((you're watching the valley's news leader... with brian loftus, kirsten joyce, sherri swensk and demetria obilor.
((brian loftus)) the frantic search for survivors in central italy has entered a second day. yesterday the region was rocked by a massive earthquake... that leveled several medieval towns. dead...and many others injured. president obama offered his condolences to italy's president by phone yesterday... and commended the nation's first responders on their quick action./// ((kirsten joyce)) turkish ground forces are now in syria. this move could escalate and complicate syria's five year-old civil war. turkey hopes to retake a border town from isis control, but also halt the expansion of kurdish rebels who have u-s backing. american war planes provide
vice president joe biden is also in turkey... to try to improve relations./// ((brian loftus)) terrorists attacked the american university of afghanistan.. killing at least 12 people and injuring dozens of others. the university was established in kabul ten years ago and has more than a thousand students. more now, from charlie d'agata. witnesses say a large explosion blew open one of the gates open. that was followed by heavy gunfire as militants stormed the campus during busy night classes. several american teachers and hundreds of students were on campus. some were struck others hid where they could. one jumped from a second story window to escape. among those trapped inside was ap photographer massoud hossaini who has been documenting the afghan war for decades. the gunman was right outside his classroom. hossaini: i sensed the man the terrorist was going room to room.// he kicked the door and thre the granade then we ran, all in probably two or three minutes.
and sprinted for any way out after the explosion. mukhtar: we thought they were following us and shooting. // i felt the bullets flying over my head i thought they were going to hit us. (tbc) as the afghan security forces battled with the militants, us military confirmed despite being surrounded by 15-foot blast walls and armed patrols, this is the second attack on the american university in a month. two weeks ago gunmen kidnapped an american and astralian professor.their fate is still unknown. ((kirsten joyce)) james corden and singer jason derulo decide to go work out at their own risk. ((james corden: you don't know these instructors
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valley's news leader ever got mad at someone for eating their food too loud? well nfl quaterback peyton manning did with his brother during a meeting. here's about their relationship... coach: wherever we're going to have to hit a point. hit a point with the drill to perfect the drill. peyton manning: you're killing me with the crunching you don't have to eat the bag. eli manning: lemme open it. peyton manning: quit! eli manning: lemme open it. coach: you're enjoying
last night on the late show, james corden and singer jason derulo push their talent and fitness to the limit with dance classes taught by toddlers. take a look... make sure you really stretch they don't mess around here.d jason derulo: how bad can they be? james corden: you don't know these instructors they're monsters jason derulo: well who are they? toddler: hi coldplay's adventure of a lifetime starts playing coldplay: turn your magic on umi she'd say
and we are legends every day that's what she told me turn your magic on, to me she'd say everything you want's a dream away under this pressure, under this weight we are diamonds now i feel my heart beating i feel my heart underneath my skin and i feel my heart beating ((brian loftus)) entertainers tried their best to keep up with the toddlers, but it wasn't enough. you can catch the "late late" show with james corden every night at 12:37 pacific time.///
i'm brian loftus. ((kirsten joyce)) >> and i'm kirsten joyce. the death toll continues to rise in italy.. after a 6-point-2 earthquake rattled central italy.. killing 247. ((brian loftus)) >> italy's prime minister is expected to tour the damage area today. rescue workers are trying to find survivors. scott mclean is live from italy in central italy, a desperate race against time. in the search for survivors, emergency crews - and even bystanders - are contending with rough terrain, limited access and debris everywhere. aftershocks - some nearly as large as the initial six-point-two