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laid out their two top potential stadium sites. one is the bali hai golf course... the other is russell road. a video was played during the meeting showing off fancy renderings of what could be the new home of the raiders franchise. the cost for the stadium is 1-point-9-billion dollars. and just for a breakdown... the raiders will put in 500-million... 650-million will be private money... but the big point of contention is that 750-million they're asking from the state and if it's not there... the sands are walking from the ((robert goldstein // president & coo, las vegas sands: we're running out of time... time is of the essence.")) >> you're probably asking why... why is time such a factor? it's because once a recommendation is made here... the governor will have to call a special session and the legislature will have to approve the funding. the team also needs to get this plan going before january because that's when nfl owners who must approve any team relocation are scheduled to meet and could decide whether to let
for next month... but both sides hope to have a recommendation done before that date. ((christianne klein)) it was a graphic day in court today during the michael solid is accused of running over 15 year old marcos arenas in 2013 while his friend struggled with the victim through the passenger window over an ipad. the teen was fatally hit with an suv while the two suspects got a way with the device. 8 news now karen castro has been sitting in on the trial... and joins us live from the regional justice center. karen? ((karen castro))
jurors autopsy pictures. the victim's family was warned before hand the pictures were going to be published but all of them decided to stay inside the courtroom. the defense initially objected to the pictures being shown. although the judge allowed the prosecution to use to images during trial, jurors were shown paper copies of the most graphic photos to prevent the family from seeing them. a medical examiner for the clark county coroner's office and the manner as to how 15 year old marcos arenas died in may of 2013. ((dr. timothy dutra- medical examiner, clark county coroner's office: it was multiple blunt force trauma and the manner of death is a homicide. randy pike - solid's defense attorney: homicide is not an indication as to guilt, it's whether or not other humans may have been involved, correct? dutra: correct. )) ((karen castro)) >> the defense attorney for michael solid claims when his client ran over the victim, it
however, the prosecution says it is murder. police say solid is not the only one involved in the ipad robbery that left the teenager dead. jacob dismont, the passenger in the suv, has pleaded guilty in the case. ((karen castro)) >> today we also heard from metro detectives and two neighbors who tipped off police on the suspects' whereabouts. we'll hear from the couple, coming up at 5. reporting live, karen castro, 8 news now. ((christianne kle prosecution may rest their case? ((karen castro)) >> prosecutors tell me they still have to call other experts and detectives to the stand. they predict to rest their case possibly on monday. ((dave courvoisier)) a desert pines high school teacher accused of having an inappropriate relationship with a student has been indicted. johnathan scheaffer faces dozens of counts of a sex act with a student either 16 or 17 years old.
coach at desert pines high school. metro police said the teen girl told them she was in a relationship with scheaffer for 10 months, from nov. 2014 until june 2015. detectives said scheaffer admitted to meeting with the teen three to four times a week. police said scheaffer also admitted that the relationship was disgusting but that they didn't have sex, and everything was consensual./// ((dave courvoisier)) a former middle school teacher is expected to plead guilty tomorrow to sex charge was initially facing several counts, will plead guilty to one count of statutory seduction and one count of a teacher having sex with a student. she was a math teacher at molasky junior high school when she became involved with a 14-year-old student in 2015./// ((christianne klein)) well the past couple of days have been sunny and breezy which has helped the air dry out quickly. ((dave courvoisier)) >> but it was fun while it lasted. tedd florendo joins us to explain just when can we expect another chance of thunderstorms. ((tedd florendo)) skies staying a little hazy
brought the smoke in from the southwest, but at the same time it's scouring it out quickly. still a slight haze remains along with the air quality advisory through tonight. air remains dry in the single digits, but we'll begin to see the humidity and dewpoints rise again tomorrow and saturday as t'storms return. ... ................................ ................. hour by hour forecast shows hazy and gusty conditions through the evening hours temps int eh 90's then eventually in the 80's late night for the 11. sunny start for tomorrow but we'll see an increase in clouds as early as midday as t'storm chances increase tomorrow. ((christianne klein)) powerful aftershocks are hampering rescue efforts in central italy.
killed 250 people and injured hundreds more. ((dave courvoisier)) >> italian officials put the death toll at 250 with hundreds more injured. jonathan vigliotti reports from accumoli, italy. on cam christianne and dave the search continues this evening for survivors. meanwhile, those lucky enough to be alive now have a new home. these tents have been placed around the towns hardest hit by the quake. pkg emergency workers in pescara del tronto are going through mountains of debris looking for signs of life. (italy quake search 2)overnight, rescue teams pulled video from the italian fire service showed crews working around the clock to find survivors of wednesday's massive 6.2 earthquake. rescuers won't say when the operation will move from saving lives to recovering bodies . hundreds of aftershocks are hampering the rescue effort. (nats) in the hardest hit town of amatrice a strong tremor caused a news camera to shake and sent debris falling from already damaged buildings. (natsot)
when she went back to see what was left of the school. she said she has been unable to locate some of her former students. 11 people were killed here in the town of accumoli. (bridge jonathan vigliotti/cbs news, accumoli, italy) they were asleep in their homes when the earthquake hit -- many of those homes were completely levelled. the sides were torn off other buildings exposing a glimpse of the lives that have been shattered. even homes that are still standing have been deemed too dangerous to return to. oncam and as the search continuesh reason for hope. in 2009 a massive quake rocked this area killing 300 people, one woman was pulled to safety after 72 hours. in central italy, johnathan vigliotti. 8 news now. ((dave courvoisier)) >> rescuers note that in the 2009 earthquake in l'aquila, italy, one woman was pulled alive from the rubble 72 hours after the quake hit./// ((dave courvoisier)) at least 16 people have
american university of afghanistan. the attack ended earlier today in kabul. afghan authorities say the dead include nine students and one professor. --- and 53 others were injured. we're told despite security improvements in the capitol city... the attack displayed how militants could stage a large-scale assault. no group has claimed responsibility for the attack, but suspicions point to the taliban.//// ((christianne klein)) both presidential candidates are aggressively going after votes from minorities and calling each other racist. ((dave courvoisier)) >> w as things continue to heat up./// ((dave courvoisier)) the race for the white
accusing the other of playing the race card to win over voters. ((christianne klein)) >> and today hillary clinton stuck to that tone here in the silverstate during a rally in reno. weijia jiang is at the white house with more on the new tone of the election. (sec. hillary clinton/(d) presidential nominee) "trump is reinforcing harmful stereotypes and offering a dog whistle to his most hateful supporters." hillary clinton says donald trump is spreading racism by pandering to the so-called
white supremacists and nationalists. (sec. hillary clinton/(d) presidential nominee) "he's taking hate groups mainstream and helping a radical fringe take over one of america's two major political parties." clinton says trump's new campaign ceo steve bannon helped spread hatred with his website breitbart.com. her campaign released this web video linking trump's supporters with the ku klux klan. "the reason a lot of klan members like donald tru believes, we believe in." (weijia jiang/cbs news/the white house) trump says clinton's attacks weren't aimed just at him but at his supporters. (donald trump/(r) presidential nominee) "she lies, and she smears, and she paints decent americans, you, as racists." trump says it's not racist to want to keep radical islamic terrorists out or to build a wall on the mexican border to strengthen national security. (donald trump/(r)
trump continued his pitch to minority voters earlier thursday morning, vowing to make cities safer and creating jobs for everyone. weijia jiang, cbs news, the white house. ((christianne klein)) >> donald trump will delve further into race and policy when he's expected to give a speech on immigration reform sometime next week./// ((christianne klein)) hillary clinton leads donald trump by seven points, according to a new poll out today. national poll shows clinton ahead of trump 45-percent to 38-percent. 10-percent of respondents said they would back libertarian presidential candidate gary johnson. while jill stein, the green party's nominee, only garnered support from 4-percent of those surveyed./// ((christianne klein)) and we are your local election headquarters throughout the campaign season. you can stay up to date on the local and national races here on channel 8.. and online at las vegas now dot com./// ((dave courvoisier)) kids return to class
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showing some hazy skies still at this hour due to smoke from wildfires burning in california. air quality advisory remains in effect through tomorrow. winds the southwest and do expect some gusts at times tomorrow but not as strong. temps remain at or slightly below normal, but we should be not as hot tomorrow. ................................ ... ......... valley temps near 100 throughout the region. hottest over to the east side of the valley where we're lower in elevation. not as hot over the west sid eand foothillls at today. great conditions up in kyle canyon where it still remain comfortable in the afternoon and evening hours.
hottest in the death valley and laughlin. very warm down the colorado river valley with in the 100's this afternoon from mesquite down river to laughlin. not as hot and more tolerablet temps can be found up in the central great basin. ................................ ... ........... u.s. temps show hot and muggy conditions continue for areas in the lower plains through the deep south. the heat returns to the mid-atlantic states but not as muggy as early august where heat indices were up to 105 in some spots. cooler in the upper plains with more warm weather for seattle as they continue with sunshine and heat. ................................ ... ............ dry and hazy conditions can be found right now, with storms counties. we do expect a chance of some of this moisture to return in a southerly and southeasterly flow as the next system comes in from the west increasing moisture and storm chances for tomorrow and saturday. best chances still remain in the higher terrain and to the east. ................................ ... ............. tonight expect a low around 80 with winds breezy at times early and relaxing winds by midnight.
with temps still in the 100's for those eastside neighborhoods. winds a slight breeze from the south with increasing shower chances in the afternoon and in the slight category. ................................ ... ............. neighborhood by neighborhood temps tomorrow will be near 100 for the east parts of the valley and southeast sections like green valley and henderson. mid to high 90's for the far westside of town and up near aliante in the north sections. . .............................. .... .................. extended forecast calls for slight shower chances tomorrow and saturday. te rebound back to near average in the 102 range by next week. expect a drier more desert-like setting next week as the monsoon retreats east and south.
(( )) demetria obilor: students head back to class this monday and those school zones go back into effect... and, if past years are any indication, it would seem that some people don't know the rules of these zones, and that's what's driving metro crazy. kenneth pilette: "what's really driving metro crazy is we have an important day coming up. it's august 29; that's the first day of school. and a lot of folks don't realize that in a school zone you can't make u-turns, you can't jaywalk, you can't speed. kids are our future. if nobody takes care of our kids, except for us, we're gonna have big problems. everybody, needs to pull it together. when you're in a school zone, even if it's not posted, you can not make a u-turn any time when children are present. period. if you do, it's four points on your record. if you're caught speeding in a school zone, it's four points on your record and any minor violation is four points on your record and parents, don't take your children, dragging them across the street by their hands in the middle of the roadways. it's extremely dangerous. school's have
from school safely. "what parents need to do is really be cognizant of their children. a lot parents will pull up, they'll double park, they'll triple park, so let's please not do that this year. so , take your kid to a designated drop off, and if schools don't have one, make it as safe as you can for your children. use the posted crosswalks, walk your children in and out of school, and everyone will be much safer." demetria obilor: to reiterate what officer pilette said, you will get four points for any minor violation in a school zone. all it takes is 12 points in a year, and your license is gone. hey! what's driving you crazy? send your traffic question to traffic eight at las vegas now dot com . ((christianne klein)) one generous five-year-old boy has started his own day of kindness. ((dave courvoisier)) >> what he's doing and how he managed to raise the money to change the day./// announcer: you're
((christianne klein)) when children get their allowance they usually like to spend it on toys or video games. ((dave courvoisier)) >> but one five-year-old boy from new jersey decided to use his allowance to buy lunch for police officers in his hometown. cleve bryan introduces us to that generous little boy. "00:30 i like your uniform, that 5-year-old william evertz is still a long way away from reaching his dream to become a police officer but his heart is already in the right place. "1:15 today is kindness day? wow you're really special, we appreciate it" william and his family have decided today is kindness day. he's been doing chores and earning money so he can do nice things for other people. the first stop is dropping off lunch to the winslow township police department. "2:52 happy kindness day!" tara evertz says her son got the idea from a youtube video. tara evertz mother
of took off and he wanted to help the police" and that's not all. after lunch william is dropping off toys and school supplies to kids at a domestic violence shelter, food to the animal shelter and giving a less fortunate family 25 dollars from his allowance to help with daycare. since one good deed deserves another the department made him an honorary police officer with a badge and keys to the police station.. on loan. "2:21 hold it up to hear until you hear it beep beep" winslow "16:30 what do you like about police officers? cause they keep us safe" officers say william has the right stuff to be a successful cop. lt chris dubler winslow twp police "13:39 i mean he wants to help people, he likes being kind. when we all signed up for this job that was our thing we want to help people and i think he's going to do a good job. "15:57 it's amazing it's inspiring, i mean he's five so i think a lot of people should take a page out of his book and just be kind to everybody" ((dave courvoisier)) >> we're told william saved
this day possible./// ((dave courvoisier)) nevada's school choice plan remains on hold today... with public school expected to begin monday. ((christianne klein)) >> now the state treasurer is reacting to the delayed decision. that story and more straight ahead on the valley's news leader./// announcer: now,
the waiting game continues for thousands of southern nevada parents who signed up for nevada's school choice program. the state supreme court is deliberating whether or not the program can move forward. ((dave courvoisier)) >> justices put the matter on the fast track... in hopes of having a decision before the start of the school year. patrick walker is here to explain why today was such a key day for both sides. ((patrick walker)) >> as part of that that expedited calendar you mentioned... those every thursday. today is the final thursday before the start of the school year for clark county students... who make up the majority of the applicants to get into the program. the state's school choice ... or education savings account program... would allow parents to be paid the roughly 51-hundred dollars that is allocated per student to public schools... and use it toward other educational costs... like private school tuition or tutoring. the program is locked up in the state supreme court on two challenges. one is in opposition of
the other says the program allows public money to go toward religious education... a violation of the state constitution. the state treasurer... in charge of administering the program... says the program is legal because the state pays the parents... who then get to choose what to do with the money. it's an attempt by republican state lawmakers to fix a broken education system. ((dan schwartz/(r) state treasurer: "we have failed, the state of nevada has failed its kids, and the whole point of sb 302 is to push the reset button.")) ((patrick walker)) >> oponents to the e-s-a say the solution to improving education is not taking money from already underfunded schools... but to better fund them in the first place. they also say at this point... if the program is implemented... it would cause disruption in schools because several thousand children could be withdrawn from public schools almost all at once here in clark county. ((patrick walker)) the state treasurer tells me if the program is upheld in the
within 30 days... around october first. he hopes to have all the money paid by the first of november. but of course... that all depends on the timing of the decision... and if it's favorable. ((dave courvoisier)) >> there are two lawsuits... does either side seem to have the upper hand? ((patrick walker)) >> it's a tough call. the state got a win in district court when a judge ruled it wasn't giving public money to religious education. but a challenge by some groups about diverting public money to which is what put the brakes on the program. so appeals from both sides are what's in front of the justices./// ((christianne klein)) ((tedd florendo)) skies staying a little hazy
california. gusty winds today not only brought the smoke in from the southwest, but at the same time it's scouring it out quickly. still a slight haze remains along with the air quality advisory through tonight. air remains dry in the single digits, but we'll begin to see the humidity and dewpoints rise again tomorrow and saturday as t'storms return. ............... ................... hour by hour forecast shows hazy and gusty conditions through the evening hours and then relaxing late night. temps int eh 90's then eventually in the 80's late night for the 11. sunny start for tomorrow but we'll see an increase in clouds as early as midday as t'storm chances increase tomorrow. ((dave courvoisier))
underway in north las vegas... in connection to a deadly shooting overnight. police were called to a home on glory view lane... near simmons and carey... at about 2 this morning. there... police found a man who'd been shot. he died at umc. investigators say the man was shot while driving down the street... and the suspects took off. police believe this is not a random act of violence... and are asking for the public's help in tracking down those responsible./// ((dave cou for help in finding the person they believe to be involved in a woman's death at lake mead. 61-year-old kathleen ploutz was found dead near the water last month. the night before she died... surviellance video shows a man driving an suv, stop by her apartment.. near paradise and desert inn. ploutz is seen with the man in this video... but metro wants to find out who he is. if you know anything about either of these murder cases... please call crimestoppers./// ((christianne klein)) a driver was arrested for dui this morning...
police say after the crash... the driver took off. fortunately a witness followed.. and helped police make an arrest. the bicyclist suffered critical injuries in the crash./// ((dave courvoisier)) clark county firefighters were busy this morning after a fire broke out at a community center. the blaze started just after midnight... near flamingo and valley view. the building is home to "the peoples autism foundation"... which provides support for autistic children and their families. fire crews say ma animals inside a neighboring pet hotel were also evacuated... in case the fire spread. fortunately no injuries were reported./// ((christianne klein)) the drug-maker behind a life-saving allergy shot says it will make it more affordable. the company mylan makes the epi-pen auto-injector. it's used to quickly treat the severe allergic reaction known as anaphylaxis, which can include swelling of the tongue or throat, shortness of breath, a rash... even death. mylan created a firestorm when
from 100-dollars in 2009 to its current price at about 600-dollars. mylan now says it will provide instant saving cards worth 300-dollars to patients who face high out of pocket costs./// ((christianne klein)) ford has announced three different recalls... to fix more than 113-thousand vehicles. the first one affects 88-thousand vehicles...the car models are ford taurus... ford flex... lincoln m-k-s... and lincoln m-k-t. 2013 and 2015. ford says the cars' fuel pump control modules could fail.. also being recalled are about 25-hundred ford transits-- made between 2015 and 2016. those vehicles may have faulty fuel injection pumps. the third recall is for 23-thousand of its 2017 ford escape sport-utility vehicles so dealers can recalibrate the power window software./// ((christianne klein)) more bad news tonight about the zika virus.. ((dave courvoisier))
florendo. this is 8 news now at four. ((dave courvoisier)) take a look at this video. a water main break near an omaha school turned the area into a massive fountain. the pressure forced the water dozens of feet into the air until crews got there to shut off the water. administrators at hillside elementary school decided to keep classes in session./// victims of the orlando nightclub shooting have learned that they will not have to deal with the costs of the hospital care they received that day. most of the victims were taken to orlando regional back in june... after omar mateen opened fire inside the club... killing 49-people. the hospital believes the total un-reimbursed costs it could incur exceed five million dollars./// ((dave courvoisier)) the zika virus is spreading in florida.... and the state is taking action with aerial spraying. ((christianne klein)) >> but there are concerns that
fight the outbreak-- may also be hazardous. elizabeth cohen reports. zika is spreading in south florida. and the stakes are high... when pregnant women become infected with the virus, their babies can be born with devastating birth defects. that's why health authorities have sprayed a pesticide from airplanes... to kill the mosquitos that carry zika. but there's concern that the chemical being sprayed - naled - may also be harmful for unborn babies. (dr. barry ryan, rollins school of public health, emory neurotoxin and can result in unborn children in particular having particular neurodevelopment problems." the european union has banned naled insecticide. and in puerto rico, where zika has been rampant, people have demonstrated against naled, a type of organophosphate... the mayor of san juan filed a lawsuit against the centers for disease control to prevent spraying, saying "there have been recent findings linking the presence of organophosphates and behavior problems in babies
this type of chemical during their pregnancy." the cdc and the environmental protection agency say naled is safe and the best option for killing these mosquitos the cdc points out that naled has been used extensively for years in the united states... that just two tablespoons are used over the size of a football field. "this small amount does not pose a health risk to people," according to the cdc. so who's right will naled help stop babies from developing birth defects or could it harm them? experts say dozens of pregnant women are exposed to naled, their babies are more likely to have behavior problems... but for the most part, those studies were done on in agricultural areas where families lived near spraying for many years they say the risks are much smaller in florida, where the zika sprayings have been done only four times. dr. barry ryan at emory university has done some of that research and he supports the spraying. (dr.
emory univ.) "zika's a real problem. children who suffer from this would not be able to cope with the real world. they will never recover from this." he said naled can carry risks but not nearly as big as the risk posed by zika. ((dave courvoisier)) >> so far.. no other states have reported a local outbreak of the zika virus./// ((dave courvoisier)) kids can do amazing things... ((christianne klein)) >> case in point.. an all out effort to turn a co find out how they're doing it.. next on 8 news now.. the valley's news leader./// announcer: you're
((tedd florendo)) looking outside showing some hazy skies still at this hour due to smoke from wildfires burning in california. air quality advisory remains in effect through tomorrow. winds still remain gusty at times from the southwest and do expect some gusts at times tomorrow but not as strong. temps remain at or slightly below normal, but we should be ........... ........................ ......... valley temps near 100 throughout the region. hottest over to the east side of the valley where we're lower in elevation. not as hot over the west sid eand foothillls at today. great conditions up in kyle canyon where it still remain comfortable in the afternoon and evening hours. ................................ ... ........... region-wide temps show it
the death valley and laughlin. very warm down the colorado river valley with in the 100's this afternoon from mesquite down river to laughlin. not as hot and more tolerablet temps can be found up in the central great basin. ......................... u.s. temps show hot and muggy conditions continue for areas in the lower plains through the deep south. the heat returns to the mid-atlantic states but not as muggy as early august where heat indices were up to 105 in some spots. cooler in the upper plains with more warm weather for seattle as they continue with sunshine and heat. ................................ ... ............ dry and hazy conditions can be found right now, with storms firing up in lincoln and mohave
this moisture to return in a southerly and southeasterly flow as the next system comes in from the west increasing moisture and storm chances for tomorrow and saturday. best chances still remain in the higher terrain and to the east. ................................ ... ............. tonight expect a low around 80 with winds breezy at times early and relaxing winds by midnight. hazy early and mostly clear late night. tomorrow expect a high around 98 with temps still in the 100's for those eastside neighborhoods. winds a slight breeze from the south with increasing shower chances in the afternoon and in the slight category. ................................ ... ............. neighborhood by neighborhood temps tomorrow will be near 100 for the east parts of the valley and southeast henderson. mid to high 90's for the far westside of town and up near aliante in the north sections. . .............................. .... .................. extended forecast calls for slight shower chances tomorrow and saturday. temps will drop to the 90's then rebound back to near average in the 102 range by next week. expect a drier more desert-like setting next week as the monsoon retreats east and south.
children will one day make a difference in the world -- and in one small colorado town, two young girls are aiming to do just that. ((dave courvoisier)) >> after first getting in trouble with their mom, the girls are now working to make their community bully-free. drew engelbart explains. its a challenge every child faces. (anastyn/wants a bully-free town) it was just like really scary because i didnt know what do. should i push thema or stay quiet... (ariya/wants a bully-free town) i didnt know what to do because i've never been in that situation. a lesson these hudson, colorado girls faced first hand. (tanya/mother of girls) it was a boy bullying a girl. hitting. calling curse words. anastyn and ariya saw the bullying... there's a lot of people bullying people all around this neighborhood. and when mom found out they did nothing to stop it, she turned
super mad probably the maddest they have ever seen me as a mom. so as any teacher would do... she had her girls write an essay... (ariya/wants a bully-free town) dear mom, bullying is someone who picks on you 24/7 and bullying is not good. (anastyn/wants a bully-free town) you should never be a bully to someone because it causes drama. (drew engelbart/reporting) not only did anastyn and ariya write those essays for their mother. they wanted to take it to another level. so they started handing out these flyers, inviting other kids to join the leadership club here at hudson academy and help make th (nats) please sign up for the leadership club. 10-19 4-30 to 6-30 pm and we're meeting up at my school. (tanya/mother of girls) it makes me feel good as a mom that they want to become leaders. mom says the group was all their idea... (tanya/mother of girls) our town hall thinks it's amazing. and the rest of the community is buying in... (tanya/mother of girls) yeah, they think it's a wonderful idea to get going, especially coming from a 10 and 12 year old. proving age doesn't matter... (ariya/wants a bully-free town) be a leader never be a bully to anyone.
positive one... (anastyn/wants a bully-free town) i just dont want people to be bullied and i want people to be treated how they want to be treated. ((dave courvoisier)) >> the girls' first leadership meeting will be held next week./// ((dave courvoisier)) it's the new way to travel.. have you tried out air b-n-b? ((christianne klein)) >> the popular vacation rental website.. is on the hot seat tonight ... are they following the rules? >> plus... it's advertised as being able to make grilling less of a chore... but does it work? coming up at 5... michelle mortensen puts the miracle grill mat to the test./// announcer: you're
a new report found the cause of many flight delays.... and it's not the weather. a bloomberg news report is pointing the finger at the airlines. it says mechanical issues and crew scheduling are now the leading cause of flight delays in the the u-s. the report found delays have dropped to historically low levels in recent months.../// ((christianne klein)) a study finds one in six air-b-n-b's in portland, oregon are not following city laws. it's becoming more common for people to buy up properties and
not being enforced. reed andrews has more. says when his friends visit portland he always makes the same recommendation. (dmitri kabakov/ uses airbnb) "this is no real hotels in the city, and it's the only place you can stay, it's only hotels around convention center, so most of my friends they rent airbnb's, and they're always happy about it." the san francisco based tech company allows people with an extra room to make money on short-term rentals. kabakov has even thought about renting out his place. (dmitri kabakov/ uses airbnb) "there's really no the website airdna which tracks airbnb found there is a clear downside- airdna found portland is second in the country in the percentage of airbnbs where the owner doesn't live there at all. margot black with portland tenants united says this is pushing rents up. (margot black/ portland tenants united) "when you take a thousand rental units off the market in inner portland, well we're going to see the rent effect and the housing price effect of that you know spread way out."
residence through airbnb, but air-dna found about 400 properties are breaking the law. there are some exceptions, like this house -- which is run by grace bible church in downtown portland, but those exceptions are few and far between. (margot black/ portland tenants united) "i think the first solution is just for them to actually enforce the laws they put in place. and i think the laws are really ((christianne klein)) >> no comment tonight from air b-n-b. and no word yet on whether the city will step up enforcement./// christianne klein 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. ((denise valdez)) right now at 5...
about how a man lured teens into protistution. meanwhile... the district attorney is ramping up efforts to keep criminals behind bars. ((dave courvoisier)) more discussions today.. about building a nfl stadium on or near the strip. but still up for debate... is the idea that 750 million dollars will be money from the public. ((michelle mortensen)) (( and later in try it