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forecast, but a new wind advisory has surfaced sherry will have our forecast. ((brian loftus)) >> plus...we take a look at the bug incidedent that forced a local casino restaurant to shut down. ((kirsten joyce)) >> and... two protesters rush ryan lochte on stage during a live tv performance we'll see how it all started ((brian loftus)) >> 8 news now good day, the valley's news leader, starts right now./// ((now, live...this is 8 news now good day.)) one restaurant has been closed down at a local casino.. due to an investigation.. concerning bugs. i'm kirsten joyce ((brian loftus)) >> and i'm brian loftus a local woman's facebook post has been shared more than 23-thousand times... after she says she was bitten by bed bugs at the silver nugget in north las vegas. barbi stenstrom was taking home videos of her kids while they were eating in a restaurant at the silver nugget casino....
legs. she says she took these photos of underneath the booth before a managager taped off the table. ((barbi stenstrom, victim >> "i noticed that my legs started to sting and i looked down and i had welt.")) ((joe restifo, guaranteed pest solutions >> "this is a bed bug right here, all these transulecent white things are eggs, and all this staining, is digestive blood meal. so every time they fed, they digest it and that's what's left." ((brian loftus)) >> the silver nugget casino very seriously and have closed the restaurant the health district says they sent out inspectors yesterday once they received a complaint... and that the inspection reports should be available this week, possibly as soon as today./// ((brian loftus)) wildfire season continues to burn brighter than ever on the westcoast. the willard fire started near fontana, california last night officials say no homes have been destroyed and there are no injuries. but over twenty-five acres of land are are burned and it's only 10 percent contained. while crews worked over night to establish a line around the
it happened here along torrey pines near bannock way. we're told 43-year-old luis aguilar struck a bicyclist just before crashing through a wall and into a backyard. police say following the crash he then took off running--- but was later arrested at his home. aguilar now faces dui and hit and run charges. the bicyclist was transported to u-m-c, where he later died. this is the 75th traffic related death in metro's jurisdiction. /// ((brian loftus)) two men are in jail this morning after storming the stage dur the stars live premier. olympic swimmer ryan lochte's was rushed by two men wearing anti-lochte t-shirts while receiving the judges score. the two men were detained by security until police took them into custody. and they are now facing trespassing charges. the olympic medalist performed a foxtrot routine with professional partner cheryl burke to "call me irresponsible." they received a combined score from the judges of 24 out of 40./// ((brian loftus))
protest of the national anthem. during the national anthem before the l-a rams-49ers game, the back up quaterback and his teammate eric reid took a knee, eammates antoine bethea and eli harold stood with a fist in the air during anthem... on the rams sidelines robert quinn and kenny britt stood during anthem with right fist raised he recieved some support from fans during the game when he entered the game during the fourth quarter. the 49ers ended up winning the gami ((kirsten joyce)) espn's fantasy football app crashed on the first sunday of the nfl season. the outrage from players using the app started sunday afternooon... as nine nfl games kicked off. it took three hours for the app and website to become partially operational. the company is still working to iron out all the kinks. e-s-p-n says their fantasy kinks. e-s-p-n says their fantasy football site is the most widely used in the country... with more than 7- million users./// ((kirsten joyce)) for the first time in
new home field a ribbon cutting ceremony will be held at the college's henderson campus on lied sports complex. the school's president, athletic director, and henderson city councilwoman gerri schroder are scheduled to speak. previously, csn's softball team played at the russell road recreation complex./// ((brian loftus)) new research reveals new benefits of breastfeeding for both mom and baby. ((kirsten joyce)) are. ((brian loftus)) >> and flordia officials are lobbying for money to combat the zika virus./// ((you're watching the valley's news leader... with brian loftus, kirsten joyce, sherri swensk and
((kirsten jo trying to contain the spread of zika-carrying mosquitos. they've been spraying pesticides and as andrew spencer reports... they're looking for some help from washington. it's getting worse... florida health officials say there are eight new zika cases in the state since last week...all of them from local mosquitos. again all eyes are on washington to see if lawmaker will finally pass funding for the fight... they failed to pass funding
from their summer holiday. president obama says it time to get back to work... (president obama) "number one to make sure that the government stays open. number two to make sure that we're able to adequately fund our efforts to not only deal with the zika outbreaks but also to come up with diagnostic tools and vaccines that will solve the problem for good." democrats and republicans blame each other for the impasse obama proposed one-point-nine- billion-dollars in february... congress wants something more modest. republicans proposed a one-point-one- billion dollar bill...and got it through the house. but senate democrats blocked it...saying there were strings attached...like restrictions on funding for planned parenthood that angered republicans like house speaker paul ryan. (rep. paul ryan/house speaker) "the senate democrats voted three times to block this. they need to get past the politics and work with us to protect the public." congress is expected to
billion-dollar package... this time...as part of a larger government spending measure. i'm andrew spencer reporting. ((kirsten joyce)) >> florida governor rick scott will be in capitol hill to lobby for zika funding. congress has until the end of this month to pass a budget to avoid a government shutdown./// ((brian loftus)) a retired indianapolis doctor is accused of using his own sperm to help women at his clinic become pregnant. 77-year-old doctor donald cline told patients he used sperm donated from medical students. but according to court records, when he didn't have a donor sample. he allegedly did that about 50 times... and lied about it. the case turned criminal in 20-14 because some of doctor cline's donor children sent official complaints.//// ((kirsten joyce)) two new studies out of europe offer more proof that breast-feeding benefits both mother and baby. the first study indicates that babies who are genetically predisposed to developing asthma are less likely to do so if they are breastfed.
breast cancer survivors who breastfeed their infants have a better chance of long-term survival. researchers found that women who breastfed their babies for at least six months had better survival rates -- 20 years after undergoing surgery for primary breast cancer./// ((brian loftus)) one of beyonce's dancers decides to put a ring on it. ((kirsten joyce)) >> we'll take a look at the proposal that has been trending online since the weekend./// ((demetria obilor))
literally got a ring on it during her concert in missouri. missouri. beyonce handed over her cr could propose to dance captain ashley everett. ((so ashley everett will you marry me baby girl)) the proposal took place during a performance of "single ladies." everett said yes, but then made sure she and the dancers performed the rest of the show.///
((brian loftus)) we want you to be part of our 8 news now good day.. just head to our 8 news now facebook page.. and upload a pic of you representing your favorite football team. 8 lucky viewers will be chosen each week to win an 8 news now mug! the winners w friday at 6./// ((kirsten joyce)) china has a new bridge that's standing nearly two thousand feet tall. workers started the bridge connection preparation on saturday morning. the bridge stretches across the nizhu river canyon and is 18 hundred feet above the river. according to the constructors, the bridge is expected to become operational at the end of this year./// ((kirsten joyce)) >> the southern chinese casino gambling powerhouse of (muh-cow) macau is getting a french twist. las vegas casino mogul sheldon adelson is opening a new hotel
is a half-size replica of the eiffel tower in paris. (muh-cow) macao is the only place in china where casinos are legal./// ((brian loftus)) james corden continuing to show off his music skills.... when he invited meg ryan and adam scott to appear in "the bold and the lyrical" a soap opera comprised of all beyonce lyrics. james corden: how was your day meg ryan: um....it was okay james corden: you're acting kinda shady you ain't calling me baby why the sudden change? meg ryan: nothing....nothing james corden: ring the adam scott: you must not know about me! i'm her baby boy meg ryan: uh oh adam scott: uh oh james corden: uh oh no no meg ryan: uh oh adam scott: uh oh james corden: uh oh no no ((brian loftus)) the late late show, has just been awarded two emmy awards for outstanding interactive program and best variety special.
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panini collection. now playing at subway. students are heading back to school at walter johnson junior high. what prompted school officials to give the green light for them to return. ((kirsten joyce)) >> plus -- settling with the solar companies. what's next for n-v energy.. after agreeing to grandfather in solar customers. ((brian loftus)) >> and, it's going to be another gusty day in the valley.. but sherry says the cooler temperatures will be the payoff. ((kirsten joyce)) >> 8 news now good day, the valley's news leader, starts right now./// ((now, live...thiss brian loftus >> thanks for joining us, i'm brian loftus. kirsten joyce >> i'm kirsten joyce. school is back in session today for walter johnson junior high...after being closed for three days. ((brian loftus)) >> this after a mercury exposure was discovered nearly a week ago. but the investigation continues. 8 news now reporter nia wong joins us live from the school. nia? ((nia wong)) >> good morning brian and kirsten.