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governor's office for approval. ((kirsten joyce)) >> plus... fall like weather .. is it here to stay? sherry's got your weather now forecast. ((brian loftus)) >> and... the jersey boys join us before they say goodbye ... we're live with one of the cast members in studio this morning. ((kirsten joyce)) 8 news now good day, the valley's news leader, starts right now./// ((now, live...this is 8 news now good day.)) ((brian loftus)) thanks for waking up with us on 8 news now good day, the valley's news leader. i'm brian tu >> and i'm kirsten joyce. today... the stadium committee is expected to make an historic recommendation.. it could bring an nfl team to the valley. brian loftus >> they're meeting this morning on u-n-l-v's campus. and that's where we find 8 news now reporter michael stevens live with what's expected. good morning, michael? ((michael stevens)) >> brian, kirsten... it's expected to be a big day. it's because a vote could come down on whether to recommend putting $750 million bucks in
vegas. the southern nevada tourism infrastructure committee meets this morning and could make a decision. 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 sand 750 million or 39 percent of the total cost will have to be raised through a hotel tax. meaning... tourists will have to pay 88 cents for every 100 dollars they spend on hotel rooms: ((steve sisolak // clark county commissioner: "they're using sales tax, license plate fees, admission charges and parking fees, we're not paying for this, unless you live in las vegas and have a staycation where you stay at a hotel while living here you don't pay any of that. and why we would not look favorably on tourists coming in building a new stadium for our
the same time attract an nfl team, which is going to attract more tourists, is going to create jobs regardless how you look at this, i don't understand.")) ((michael stevens)) >> renderings show the stadium at the two preferred locations... on the south strip at the bali high golf course - and just west of i-15 on the russell road site. once a recommendation is made here... a special session and the legislature will have to approve the funding. time is of the essence because the team also needs to get this plan going before january because that's when n-f-l owners who must approve any team relocation are scheduled to meet and could decide whether to let the raiders move to las vegas. today's meeting starts around 8-this morning...
online. brian, kirsten? ((kirsten joyce)) >> michael, let's say it is approved... it's still not a done deal that the raiders will move, right? ((michael stevens)) >> kirsten, in order for the raiders to move cities, 3-quarters of team owners have to approve it. the football team seems pretty serious... last month they did file trademarks to the phrase "las vegas raiders." kirsten? ((kirsten joyce)) speaking of football ... send us a pic repping your favorite team .. and you could win an 8 news now mug. ((brian loftus)) >> just upload it to the contest section on our facebook page ... up to 8 lucky viewers will be announced each friday./// sherry, how's the
today donald trump is expected to reveal his economic plan. ((brian loftus)) >> the republican nominee says it is completely paid for through economic growth and proposed federal budget savings. meanwhile .. trump says he will release more detailed information about his health by the end of the week./// ((brian loftus)) that comes after some worry over both candidates heath... hillary clinton is just getting back on the campaign trail after taking a few days off. she was trying to get over a case of pneumonia. supposed to campaign in las vegas yesterday .... but her husband, former president bill clinton took her place.. and took a jab at trump: (( former president bill clinton: "her opponent says hey vote for me. what do you have to lose? you say, well for starters 14 million jobs. no thank you. i don't think we'll lose those jobs. we'll claim them by voting for hillary clinton for president." )) ((brian loftus)) >> the former president also talked about hillary's economic policy ... as well as immigration reform./// ((brian loftus)) 8 news now is your local election headquarters.
both on air and online at las vegas now dot com./// ((kirsten joyce)) an adorable reunion going viral... ((brian loftus)) >> the two orphaned best friends that are back together .. after finding families .. just 5 minutes apart from each other. ((kirsten joyce)) and... drivers stop traffic with this bad habit causing rear-enders and big delays. demetria talks with valley police about what's driving them crazy... we'll be right back on 8 news now good day, the valley's news leader./// ((you're watching the
story. this is what sheer joy looks like when you are three and four. ( amy clary / dawson's mom ) "they must have hugged like 400 times. they kept hugging and getting so giddy that they would fall over, and that went on for like 20 minutes." after 11 months apart, two best friends together again, reunited halfway across the world. ( sharon sykes / hannah's mom ) "they call each other brother and sister." you see, before they were a part of their north texas families, hannah and dawson were each other's worlds -- inseparable at the chinese ( sharon sykes / hannah's mom ) "they had so little connection and so little consistency that they had each other for those first formative years." as the sykes went through the process of adopting hannah, dawson was always right next to her in every photo update -- sharing birthday cake, holding hands. ( sharon sykes / hannah's mom ) "he was on my heart, and i was like so... really i couldn't stop thinking of him." bringing hannah home to north texas meant leaving dawson behind. sharon was determined to find him a loving home, so she shared his story on facebook.
were reading on facebook." the clary's already had a full house -- three kids at home -- but they had an open heart. ( christopher clary / dawson's dad ) "i was gone for maybe 45 seconds, maybe it was two minutes, and then you said, 'we're adopting this little boy.' i just said, 'ok.'" they admit the process was much more complicated than the decision. but they felt called to help. nearly a year later, dawson and hannah are picking up where they left off. this time, they're neighbors, living five minutes away from each other. that is true friendship. ...and through their families... ( amy clary / dawson's mom ) "aww!" ...have become one. ( andy sykes / hannah's dad ) "it's not really what we're doing for these kids. it's what they're doing for us. in plano, gilma avalos, cbs 11 news. sherry, how's the weather? ((sherry swensk))
comfortable for now...but the week finishes warmer and the weekend heats up. ................ temps will get closer to normal today... and then we'll get to those mid 90s by the weekend. ............... the showers and snow are lifting into the northern rockies today. ...... leaving the southwest dry and warmer. thanks, sherry.
the westbound warm springs the westbound warm springs ramp to westbound 215 will shut down overnight sunday through friday through march for the county's airport back to you! ((brian loftus)) coming up on 8 news now good day... one of the stars of jersey boys is joining us in studio this morning... ((kirsten joyce)) >> we're chatting with him
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to combat terrorism. as attorney general, she helped reduce crime. that's why she's endorsed by law enforcement across nevada. catherine cortez masto. catherine cortez masto.
i'm catherine cortez masto, and i approve this message. ((brian loftus)) thursday night football takes over channel 8 tonight... the new york jets
take on the buffalo bills. ((kirsten joyce)) >> coverage starts at 4:30 .. kickoff is 5:25. this is also the first time the nfl will be live streaming the games on twitter./// demetria, what's driving people crazy? demetria obilor drivers stop traffic with this bad habit, causing delays and accidents on the roads. sergeant jeff richter.... he's going to tell us what's driving metro crazy. "what's driving me crazy, absolutely crazy, at work is what i see. it's people using their cell phones, electronic devices at the stop lights. they're easy to spot because there's always like a big car length ahead of them, with no one in front of them. and the other ones, that when the light changes, everyone's going and they're still sitting there on their device going away and not paying attention to what's going on. so, we look for them. we cut through the traffic. we can see them, and i write a lot of tickets just for people
illegal in this state. we have a hands-free law to use your electronic device, cell phone, whatever, at the stop lights. and if we see it, we'll give them a ticket for it. "it's most ages. the age that i least see it is the elderly, but it runs a spectrum, and it's all ages. i mean i get it...you're at a stop light, there's nothing going on. i used to think they were for resting. unfortunately, you're not paying attention to what's going on around you like the pedestrians but more importantly, the person behind you that's waiting for the light, it's green, they're trying to get to work and it's green and you're just sitting there on your phone wasting time. they have to honk to get you to go. "i see accidents...basically what happens , when you're on your device, the light changes, people behind you start going 'cause they think you're gonna go, and then there's a rear-end accident. so, at times, the people behind you are at fault because they think you're going, and
actually causing the accident by not moving when traffic is supposed to be moving ahead of you. so yeah, it does cause accidents because you're not paying attention to the lights and it's causing accidents behind you because you're not moving ((demetria obilor)) >> we are a hands-free state. you can talk on the phone using a hands-free headset... if your car has bluetooth capabilities, you can hook that up. according to the dmv, your first texting offense is considered a non-moving violation. the next offense will be a moving violation, and it's four points what's driving you crazy? remember, you can write me at. traffic 8 at las vegas now dot com. back to you./// ((sherry swensk)) jersey boys fans saying 'lets hang on' ... but the cast is singing bye bye baby.. ((kirsten joyce)) >> their final show on the strip is this sunday at paris. one of the cast members joins us this morning .. jason kappus who plays bob gaudio..
>> and... the weather has just been beautiful out lately! just how much longer this picture perfect forecast will last. ((brian loftus)) 8 news now good day, the valley's news leader, starts right now./// ((now, live...this is 8 news now good day.)) ((kirsten joyce)) thanks for joining us on 8 news now good day, the valley's news leader. i'm kirsten joyce. ((brian loftus)) >> and i'm brian loftus. n-f-l stadium talks are taking center stage today. ((kirsten joyce)) >> ths expected to make a recommendation to the governor that could lead to las vegas becoming an n-f-l host city. 8 news now reporter michael stevens is live from u-n-l-v with a preview. good morning, michael? ((michael stevens)) >> brian, kirsten... in just a few hours... a vote could come down on whether to recommend putting 7-hundred 50-million bucks in public money towards an n-f-l stadium. the southern nevada tourism infrastructure committee meets
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 deal. 750 million or 39 percent of the total cost will have to be raised through a hotel tax. meaning... tourists will have to pay 88 cenf spend on hotel rooms: ((andy abboud // vice president, las vegas sands: it will be paid for by the tourists, the raiders organization and the adelson family. there is no real negative recourse to the taxpayers under any scenario, because if there is any cost overruns, all of that is borne by the adleson family, if the stadium doesn't make money for a few years, then he eats those losses.)) ((michael stevens)) >> renderings show the stadium at the two preferred
high golf course - and just west of i-15 on the russell road site. once a recommendation is made here... the governor will have to call a special session and the legislature will have to approve the funding. time is of the essence because the team also needs to get this plan going before january because that's when n-f-l owners who must approve any team relocation are scheduled to meet and could decide whether to let the raiders move to las vegas. 8-this morning... and once a decision comes down we'll update you both on-air and online. brian, kirsten? ((brian loftus)) >> michael, we're hearing southwest airlines has some concerns about one of the sites... is that right? ((michael stevens)) >> brian, the airline has said, the golf course site would be too close to the airport. sherry, how's the weather?
mornings will get milder as the week finishes warmer and the weekend heats up. ................ temps will get closer to normal today... and then we'll get to those mid 90s by the weekend. ............... the showers and snow are lifting into the northern rockies today. ...... leaving the southwest dry and warmer. demetria, how are the
help catching two armed robbers. officers say the suspects robbed a man who was sitting in his car near jones and washington. they took his wallet, phone and demanded his a-t-m pin number. withdrew hundreds of dollars from the man's account. one suspect is pictured on your screen. both suspects are around five-feet-eight . if you have any information... call crime stoppers./// ((kirsten joyce)) and a violent sex offender from california has been arrested in las vegas. martin suarez was arrested tuesday by the u-s marshals office, along with metro and henderson police officers. suarez is a registered sex offender and was wanted for a parole violation. investigators discovered he was living in henderson near sunset and gibson .. and was taken into custody without incident.////
will deliver the state of the university address later this afternoon. len jessup is expected to discuss just how close unlv is to becoming a top tier university. we're also expected to hear about unlv's continued development of the new school of medicine, and numerous building projects... and of course, the final presidential debate, which the school is hosting next month. this is his second year as president.//// ((brian loftus)) start your week on 8 news now good day.. with "monday mornings with the mayors." you can submit your questio com... and then tune in on monday during the 6am newscast.. to see if your question was answered.// ((kirsten joyce)) those chip card readers can be pretty annoying .... ((brian loftus)) >> the changing coming to the machines ... after people complained they take too long. ((kirsten joyce)) plus.. wells fargo answering to the government .. after employees created millions of fake bank accounts.. the federal investigation that was just launched.. coming up on 8 news now good day./// ((you're watching the valley's news leader...
cortez masto and i come from a big family. a whole lot of people. a whole lot of love. and a whole lot of food. my dad's family was from mexico. my mom's was from italy. 60 years ago they met here in nevada and we grew as a family really grew as a family. dad got his start parking cars at the dunes hotel. but he went on to be the head of tourism for las vegas and helped build the city we know today. dad lived his life following three principles, work hard, be honest and respect everyone, that's what i tried to do as attorney general. catherine took on the big banks when they preyed on homeowners. and forced them to pay one point nine billion dollars to nevadans. she became a national leader in protecting children from sex traffickers. and passed laws to keep seniors safe from crooked scams. i'm catherine cortez masto, i approve this message because i've spent my career solving problems, isn't that something
this is 8 news now good day)) ((kirsten joyce)) many stores have finally switched over to the chip card readers... 4 years after they were first introduced. ((brian loftus)) >> but a lot of people say they don't like the new may method ... as consumer advocate michelle mortensen reports ... change could be on the way. ((michelle mortensen)) the biggest complaint about chip card readers ... why are they so slow? it's a question shoppers and retailers have been asking for months since the chip card roll out became official last year. by now you've tried one... i'm sure. insert your card and wait and
is 10 seconds really something to complain about??? well, depends on who you ask. truth is lots of shoppers and retailers don't like it and claim the swipe is much faster. but looks like a faster option is on the way thanks to visa. they've unveiled a software upgrade called quick chip. visa claims it's as fast a s a swipe. (( stephanie ericksen/visa vp of risk products) "the consumer will be able to remove their card a lot more quickly from the terminal than waiting for the authorizati back // insert the card, wait less than two seconds, and remove the card." )) ((michelle mortensen)) >> the software update is free to businesses ... and you could see it at your favorite store soon. so what do you think about chip card readers? love them? hate them? think they are too slow? sound off on facebook... we love to hear from you! ((brian loftus)) >> if you have a consumer problem you'd like michelle to look into.. call the 8 on your side hotline at (702) 650-1907./// sherry how's the weather today?
afternoons will warm up as we head toward the weekend. mornings will get milder as the week finishes warmer and the weekend heats up. ................ temps will get closer to normal today... around 90 degrees ...and then we'll get to those mid 90s by the showers and snow are lifting into the northern rockies today. ...... tropical storm julia has now been downgraded to tropical depression and weakening. .................. leaving the southwest dry and warmer. ((sherry swensk)) --downgraded to tropical depression julia --expected to churn off the coast of georgia & south
warnings --charleston, sc flooded .. more than 5 inches of rain has already fallen --julia formed over land in florida .. the first in state history to do so./// demetria, how are the roads? the crash on cheyenne and michael way is cleaer. the mlk on-ramp to northbound 95 is closed. traffic is really slowing down along southobund 95 around mlk.
back to you!/// ((kirsten joyce)) ((kirsten joyce)) henderson firefighters shared this video .. fire yesterday near lake mead and warm springs. he was found unresponsive near the front door so they put a special oxygen mask for pets on him. the dog was taken to the vet to get checked out and we're told he's in good condition. however the family of three has been displaced./// ((brian loftus)) one of the nation's best museums ... is right at our fingertips.. ((kirsten joyce)) >> the high honors the mob museum just received... coming up next on 8 news now good day. plus... ((hello, i'm gayle king..coming up... mike love of the beach boys talks about his new memoir, and his legal battle with bandmate
and she's a little bit waxy! check this out .. strip headliner marie osmond stopped by madame tussauds for a meet and greet with her replica! the iconic singer also hung out with some fans for a bit. marie osmond has a residency at the flamingo with who else, her the casino named the showroom after the the duo./// ((brian loftus)) one of the best museums in the country ... is right here in our backyard. ((kirsten joyce)) >> trip advisor ranked the mob museum number 19! it's located in downtown las vegas, in the old courthouse. it's full of our city's historical ties with the mob in the old days .. and tells the stories of gangsters from all over the u.s. admission is 24 bucks ..
known for being an american manufacturer ... but that could be changing. the company just announced it's moving small car production to mexico within the next two years. the focus is currently made in michigan ... ford says once production of that car moves to mexico ... they're going to move other vehicles to that factory ... so no jobs will be lost here in the u-s./// ((brian loftus)) after the break...
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it dropped 32 points yesterday .. while the nasdaq rose 18./// ((kirsten joyce)) the department of justice is now investigating the wells fargo scam. the agency issued subpoenas to the company ... after it was revealed that more than 2 million fake accounts. wells fargo was hit with a huge fine. 53- hundred people have been fired for doing that over the years. not clear if the investigation will lead to charges./// ((kirsten joyce)) chipotle is spicing up the job application process ... the company wants to hire 5- thousand people for its national career day ... it's coming up on september 28th. people can register online ... the restaurants will interview up to 100 applicants at each location.
because they are opening more than 200 restaurants this year. they first did this last year ... and offered jobs to more than 4 thousand people./// ((brian loftus)) netflix is fighting for consumers... the company recently submitted a filing to the f-c-c-... asking them to deem data caps 'unreasonable.' streaming high quality movies can eat up bandwidth quickly... meaning netflix users will see their speeds throttled... which leads to less binge- watching. netflix does not want. if the f-c-c sides with netflix... it could put pressure on internet providers to get rid of data caps./// ((brian loftus)) get this ... a new study claims sober people .. make drunk people .. feel drunker. researchers discovered folks throwing back a few libations ... actually overestimated their own level of drunkenness when they were around someone sober. and if they were around drunk people ... they tended to underestimate just how intoxicated they were. basically .. the study found
by comparing themselves ... to other people around them./// ((kirsten joyce)) >> goats are trending because they're doing yoga! the idea started at the "no regrets" farm in oregon... the creator says even when the goats chew their cud they go into a meditative state. their human companions say they find the goats to be great company... even though they're trying to eat their yoga mats. goat yoga is a hit... with a waiting list already over 500 people long./// "c-b-s this morning" starts thanks for joining us. "c-b-s this morning" starts right now.///
good morning to our viewers in the west. it is thursday, september 15th. 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning." a new cbs news, "new york times" poll shows hillary clinton and donald trump statistically tied. th information about their health history. children visit the dentist and leave with a potentially life threatening infection. this morning doctors fear hundreds could be at risk. and only on "cbs this morning" lorraine powell jobs, the late of late apple founder steve jobs takes us inside her mission to reimagine education. our meeting with gang leaders helps one principal revolutionize her school. >> we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye opener"