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vegas is now in police custody... where authorities tracked him down. ((michael stevens)) >> plus...fall temperatures are coming to the valley this week. sherry is here with this week's forecast ((kirsten joyce)) >> and... syria is close to reaching a ceasefire agreement. but its citizens aren't so sure it might happen. ((michael stevens)) >> 8 news now good day, the valley's news leader, starts right now./// ((now, live...this is 8 news now good day.)) ((kirsten joyce)) tn news now good day, the valley's news leader. i'm kirsten joyce. ((michael stevens)) >> and i'm michael stevens in for i'm brian loftus. sherry how's the weather today? ((sherry swensk))
after he was arrested in arizona. metro police were looking for 22-year-old asa brn gilbert, arizona yesterday. and the coroner has identified the victim in that shooting. investigators say brown got into an argument with jessie bush at an apartment complex near maryland parkway and desert inn friday morning. that argument ended when police say brown shot and killed bush./// ((kirsten joyce)) metro is asking for your assitance in identifying a man.... he is accused of an attempted armed robbery at a business near east tropicana and south nellis. we're told the man ran into a store with a gun demanding
from the robber... the man left without taking any money or merchandise. --- and fortunately the workers got away unharmed. police ask anyone with information to call them at the number located at the bottom of your screen./// ((michael stevens)) 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 segment, morning cup of joe. to submit a question... just go to las vegas now dot com... section. you can find out if your question was chosen... every wednesday between 6:30 and 7 a-m./// ((michael stevens)) family, friends and the community... said their goodbyes to the first woman elected as a clark county commissioner. a celebration of life was held for thalia dondero saturday afternoon. she was elected in 19-74 and served on the commission for 20 years. there were a number of speakers including another high profile female politician...
her kids say till the very end she was still working... and it's that drive her children want their mom to be remembered for ((rob dondero // son of thalia dondero: my mom was one of those people who said, did you go out and get engaged? are you going to do something about it? because if you didn't, you can't sit back and complain -- so paving a way to get engaged and get involved was something i'm very proud that she did. )) ((kirsten joyce)) >> during her tenure, dondero oversaw a mccarran airport expansion and flood control projects. she was 96 years old./// ((kirsten joyce)) begin in syria in the coming hours. but the civilians are skeptical. ((michael stevens)) >> we'll take a look at the damage that left dozens dead after the airstrikes in syria. and the possible peace treaty next on good day./// ((you're watching the valley's news leader... with brian loftus, kirsten
((michael stevens)) million muslim pilgrims are in mecca, saudia arabia for hajj... one of the holiest annual islamic traditions. organizers have increased the number of emergency responders as a precaution after last year's deadly stampede during a ritual. hundreds were killed and injured./// ((michael stevens)) meanwhile... a ceasefire is set to begin in syria's devastating civil war. ((kirsten joyce))
struck friday by russia and the u-s. with the ceasefire set to take effect -- many are withholding judgment for now. jomana karadesh has the story in jordan. jomana karadesh cnn: a day before the u.s and russia negotiators of hostilities is due to take effect in syria. that is on sundown on monday a day before the muslim hajjid celebration. there was no signs of let up in the violence activists we spoke to in rebel held eastern aleppo said on sunday bombardment and airstrikes continued in different neighborhoods in the city. dozens were killed and wounded in airstrikes on various neighborhoods on rebel held eastern aleppo. and the worst attack on saturday was in northwestern syria there activists said that there were airstrikes on very busy markets this is when people had gathered onto the market to prepare for the muslim hajjid they were shopping and an eyewitness we spoke to
many of those were scorned, killed and wounded in the airstrike were women and children. those we spoke to in rebel held parts in syria especially in aleppo say they want to see a pause in violence. because this is a key term, we've heard the united nations make call to pause the violence because to make a delivery needed aid in seiged areas like aleppo because something like that hasn't happend in weeks. because people say they are skeptical of the russians, they are skeptical of the regime, and they are skeptical of all parties involved in the conflict. really abiding by the sensations of hostilities. one activist we spoke to says we have seen truces, we have seen sensation of hostilities in the
and the violence that comes after that is much worse. so they ask why is this different and how can it change. jomana karadsheh cnn amman./// ((michael stevens)) residents of a small village in the u-k a habits to save energy --- in hopes of becoming carbon neutral. ashton hayes is a village that is quietly leading a green revolution in the last three months, ashton hayes primary school has become carbon negative running entirely on free electricity thanks to a roof covered with solar panels. and students are leading the change. (((isa soares/cnn) "what are you trying to teach other people?" (student sot): "not to make waste and not to waste energy." ))
these sacrifices, such as getting on your bike... rather than using your car, are already reaping rewards. in the last ten years the community here has been able to reduce emissions by a quarter putting ashton hayes on the map, and on its way to becoming england's first carbon neutral village./// ((kirsten joyce)) a new miss america has been crowned. ((michael stevens)) >> how history was made during last night's pageant at atlantic city./// you're watching 8 news now good day. ((michael stevens)) danny tarkanian's carrying a lot of baggage. as a real-estate developer, tarkanian was penalized for failing to pay thousands in property taxes.
up your alley. the documentary on amanda knox is coming to the streaming service knox spent four years in jail, after being convicted of murdering her roommate, meredith kercher, in italy. but the conviction was later overturned and knox returned to the u-s. the documentary, titled "amanda knox", features interviews with key players in the case, including knox herself./// ((demetria obilor)) last night's miss america pagent stirred up a lot of comments on social media. after miss arkansas was crowned miss america. she came out on top at the
the contestants included one woman from each state, plus washington d-c and puerto rico. they were judged by based on a talent competition, an on-stage q-and-a, and appearances in gowns and swimsuits. miss missouri erin o'flaherty has already made history this year, becoming the first openly gay contestant./// sherry how's the weather today? ((sherry swensk))
with "monday mornings with the mayors." each week we'll hear from one of our southern nevada mayors. you can submit your questions on las vegas now dot com... and then tune in on monday during the 6am newscast.. this las vegas morning mayor carolyn goodman will be live in studio at six./// ((kirsten joyce)) u-s movie-goers were feeling patriotic this weekend, seeking out a new movie about a real-life american hero. david daniha top five. "is there anything you wouldn't eat? robinson crusoe lands on an island of talking animals in "the wild life," which debuted in fifth place with three-point-four million dollars. "suicide squad" passed the 300-million mark in domestic box office, taking fourth place with five-point-seven million. after two weekends on top, "don't breathe" fell to third place, grossing eight-point-two million. "we'd like you to stay here with us, in our guest house." the surrogate pregnancy thriller
run with 15-million dollars. "mayday mayday mayday, this is cactus 1549. hit birds, we've lost thrust on both engines, and we are turning back toward laguardia." tom hanks and "sully" soared above expectations, debuting on top with 35-and-a-half million dollars -- one of the biggest september openings ever. in hollywood, i'm david daniel. ((michael stevens)) a national museum dedicated to the african-american experience is now open. today, cbs this morning will ad smithsonian national museum of african american history and culture in washington, dc. jericka duncan will have an inside look at some of the heirlooms that were donated to the museum including a look at these freedom papers kept inside a tin box and a jacket from a tuskegee airman. in all, nearly 40-thousand items were donated.///
walter johnson junior high remains closed for a third day. we'll have a live report with what's next for the school. ((kirsten joyce)) >> plus -- a deadly plane crash in reno kills three on board. what officials say happened.. as soon as the plane took off from the reno tahoe international airport. ((michael stevens)) >> and, we're expecting gusty winds over the next several days. sherry explains the cooler temperatures we'll see. ((kirsten joyce)) >> 8 news now good day, the valley's news leader, starts right now./// news now good day.)) ((michael stevens)) thanks for waking up with us. i'm michael stevens in for brian. ((kirsten joyce)) >> and i'm kirsten joyce. metro police are investigating a deadly crash... where a bicyclist was hit and killed near torrey pines and charleston. ((michael stevens)) >> police say a ford pick-up truck veered off the road on torrey pines. that's when the driver hit the bicyclist... and continued to drive... ending up through a wall and