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carnage and you're watching vegas vibe. f news here in the valley. we're one step closer to a new football stadium aimed at housing the las vegas raiders.. ((denise valdez)) >> plus.. less than 24 hours away from a blow out construction project that will impact your drive through the spaghetti bowl. ((dave courvoisier)) >> but first.. breaking news.. a shooting less than 100 yards away from a high school. ((denise valdez)) >> a man is shot twice at an apartment complex on silver dollar avenue tonight. this happened just a block away from clark high school. shakala alvarg ((shakala)) dave and denise, that shooting happened around 7 30 tonight at the greenville park apartments. we couldn't help but notice the amount of children that were just sitting outside... we're told a fight started the shooting ... a heavy police presence was seen on silver dollar avenue near valley view and pennwood. we also spotted a helicopter flying above. when a neighbor found the victim, the man was suffering from a gunshot wound to the
"we asked him what happened and he said he didn't know it just came from behind." (( "i have nieces and i have family mmembers here, cousins, everything and i was cautious. they're always playing around and as soon as i heard the gunshots i was really worried so i ran out to see if the were ok.)) police say the man's injuries are non life threatening at this time. it's unclear if a suspect has been taken into custody. ((shakala)) as soon as we learn more information, we will let you know. reporting live shakala alvaranga 8 news now a potential traffic nightmare is less than a day away.. we're talking about the spaghetti bowl.. the ramp from the 95 south onto the i-15 south... will be closed. n-dot says it's plain and simple: avoid this area at all cost. crews will be working on this ramp all weekend. as part of project neon, crews will be shifting the two ramp lanes to the east in preparation for the future demolition of a bridge crossing
cause major traffic jams. detours will be available. drivers on u-s 95 south take the ramp towards i-15 north and exit on d street, turn left, then jump back on i-15 south. alternate routes are valley view boulevard, rancho drive, and mlk. . ((dave courvoisier)) the plan for a nearly 2-billion dollar stadium... gets a unanimous vote. the southern nevada tourism infrastructure committee gave it's go-ahead today... jon r ((jon)) >> exciting times here in the valley. let's not get too ahead of ourselves.. a special session is needed to approve the framework that will allow the 1-point-9 billion dollar n-f-l stadium to be built. much of the debate in recent weeks has centered around financing -- and county commissioner chris (june-kill-iani) giunchigliani... who's against publically- financing the stadium... expressed concerns about who's on the hook for the bonds that will be issued to pay for construction. county commission chairman steve sisolak raised several
taxpayers would be protected if the project went under. thursday... he voted yes on the project ((patrick walker: "are you confident that that the taxpayer here in clark county won't be on the hook?" steve sisolak: "i'm absolutely confident, we've got the reserve debt service fund to two years so there's going to be adequate reserves.")) ((jon)) >> so now we wait for the governor to call a special session. economic development director steve hill calls this perhaps the biggest public project in state history. ((jon)) >> it's interesting to the home of the raiders and the rebels... but think of a super bowl here in the valley every seven to eight years..see ya there dave..back to you ((dave courvoisier)) we want to break down the numbers.. when it comes to financing the new stadium here in the valley. the 750 million dollars of public money... in the form of a new room tax... would be the biggest public contribution ever to an n-f-l stadium. the proposed plan would cap public investment at the 750 million dollar level. but in return... the adopted economic analysis
impact... and would create 6-thousand jobs -- four thousand of which would be directly involved with the stadium. the annual payroll for the direct stadium-related jobs is estimated at 148-million dollars. that is -- of course -- if lawmakers approve the stadium legislation. ((denise valdez)) >> with the possibility of las vegas appearing to be getting it's own n-f-l team...there's been a lot of buzz around town about football. some people are in favor of bringing the raider others still aren't so sure. 8 news now reporter mauricio marin talked with folks around town tonight. he's live with the feeling from some. mauricio? ((mauricio marin)) >> this empty lot of land near interstate 15 and russell is one of two locations where the stadium would go if the plan keeps moving forward. many we spoke with tonight can't wait to see the raiders come to vegas to cheer them on. while others still have questions about tax payers contribution to the project.
football stadium could come to be...is getting alot of people excited about the raiders potentially coming to las vegas. ((alejandro perez/ready for nfl to come to vegas: "tactics skills, it's a full contact sport." )) ((mauricio marin)) alejandro perez helps run kast iron barber shop...and he says lately...football 's what everyone's talking about. ((kenneth "hit, tackle, run." )) ((mauricio marin)) kenneth gurule is a broncos fan...but he says that could change if we get an n-f-l team to come to town. ((kenneth gurule/excited for football: "i'm jumping my favorite team to go for another team just because they are coming here to vegas." )) ((mauricio marin)) he works on the las vegas strip and is all for big events that would bring in more business. ((kenneth gurule/excited for football: "i believe if you bring more to a city like a professional team than of course it will bring more jobs, opportunities. everyone wants to visit vegas as it is now you're giving us an extra incentive to come visit here." )) ((mauricio marin)) perez can't wait to see a good
iron barber shop: "i've never really been to a football game before so for sure i'll be there." )) ((mauricio marin)) he first wasn't sure if tax payers should be responsible for helping pay 750-million dollars towards the project. but finding out it would be paid through a nearly one-percent new hotel tax...he's game. ((alejandro perez/kast iron barber shop: "thats' fair fine with me." )) ((mauricio marin)) and jay clipz...who's makes sure everyone looks good before they leave his chair....says if the stadium comes to life...it's going to give u-n-l-v rebels a fresh new look too. (( jay clipz/ready for might disagree but at the same token it might influence alot of people here in las vegas at unlv to actually go pro." )) ((mauricio marin)) to help las vegas also get known as a power house sports town...not to be messed with. ((mauricio marin)) >> many hope to see the support their seeing tonight for the plan to remain for the long-term. because each year the stadium operates---it's expected to bring in 35-million dollars in public revenue. and more than 13-million dollars for nevada education. reporting live...mauricio marin.
the stadium debate has people fired up on our facebook page.. christopher writes.. did they vote in favor of spending anything to help education in las vegas? i think we are the worst in education in the country and they keep cutting programs at my daughters school! ----- gary writes.. the tenants, the dome is going to outway the negatives! vegas is finally joining the 21st century!! unlv joins millennial! 3 teams rent! mega events. the place will pay for itself! ------- ultimately it brings jobs and more income to tipped casino employees and more revenue overall for the state so i don't understand all the naysayers./// ((dave courvoisier)) don't forget.. the raiders are still oakland's team.. there is no guarantee the team is coming here. and the mayor of oakland is sounding off tonight. here's the statement from mayor libby schaaf. "as mayor of oakland, it's my job to remain fully focused on what i can do to responsibly keep the team where they belong, here in oakland. while nevada lawmakers consider making the
history by approving a $750 million public subsidy for a facility in las vegas, i will continue to work with the nfl and the raiders' designee larry mcneil to iron out a deal that works for the team, the league, the fans and the taxpayers in oakland." "oakland has a lot to offer to this team and the nfl. the coliseum site is the most accessible and transit-rich location for professional sports in the country, the bay area is a tremendous market for the league both in terms of sports and ancillary development opportuni comparison." ((dave courvoisier)) tonight... we are getting the perspective of a possible raiders move to the valley from perhaps the most high profile owner in the league. jerry jones is the owner of the dallas cowboys.. jones offered up his approval for the rams move from saint louis back to los angeles.. so what does he think of the silver and black in the desert? (( )) jerry jones/cowboys owner; "you have a team with their personality, you have a potential attractive situation foir nevada and las vegas i gave everything i have financially for be involved in the nfl so i'm a good one to be
involved in the sport and visibility, you add that to what las vegas brings as far as the cashe those one and one make three as far as i'm concerned, i think it's a good thought." ((dave courvoisier)) >> if the raiders actually follow through with the move.. it still has to be approved by two thirds of the owners... 21 or ((dave courvoisier)) >> now to the weather.. and it's starting to feel like fall out there. ((denise valdez)) >> but not only do we have triple digits in the forecast -- a really slim chance at showers too next week. here's tedd with your up to the minute forecast. ((tedd florendo)) ((( looking at increased wind for the next few days as we anticpate a cold front to bring some gusty winds through wednesday. temps will also get cooler as well for a few days
could be strongest later on and tomorrow. temps not as hot but still warm across the region. ............. ...................... ..... hour by hour shows clear skies but gusty winds through the evening. we'll have warm temps as well and down tot he 80's by late night. morning start stays cool as winds will increase again tomorrow with possible advisories in place through many areas. we'll have a complete update on your forecast coming up in a few minutes.
((dave courvoisier)) >> the cause of their deaths remains under investigation...b ut detectives say it appears to be a murder-suicide./// ((denise valdez)) during a time tension is growning between police and the public... local officers are undergoing specific training to defuse situations. las vegas city marshals took part in "de-escalation training" at city hall this afternoon. the session focused on finding ways to clam potentially violent scena shift... like stopping to write a ticket./// (( dave young//master trainer, verbal defense & influence - if everyone didnt just get along but new how to communicate effectively, the civilians would be able to communicate their needs and concerns to police and police would be able to identify those needs and concerns and be able to respond accordingly. )) ((denise valdez)) >> it's not clear if the department will hold these types of trainings regularly for officers./// ((denise valdez)) nothing says vegas like neon! tonight -- the folks behind the
the switch on its new sign. local develop j dapper has sunk millions into turning this aging area around -- this sign is a shining example of that. the mid century shopping plaza on charleston near maryland parkway will soon have new landscaping, windows, and sidewalks./// ((dave courvoisier)) we have a big recall tonight that you need to know about.. could your tablet catch on fire? ((denise valdez)) >> plus.. ((they were able to start a resuscitative efforts on the dog using the pet oxygen mask. )) firefighters.. going all out to saveo and wait until you see how they do it.///
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commission told users to immediately stop using the phone and power down. the recall comes after samsung said earlier this month that it would stop selling galaxy note sevens./// ((dave courvoisier)) last night -- we told you how the life of a dog was saved thanks to some henderson firefighters. ((denise valdez)) >> the pit bull was unresponsive after being pulled from a fire... so firefighters went into action... to save him. 8 news now got a first hand look at how the pet oxygen masks work. this is 6 year old charlie. demonstration ... but this is how it works ... whenever an animal is in a toxic environment, firefighters can use the oxygen masks to resuscitate it. (( "we grab the oxygen mask and we hook it up to an oxygen supply depending on which size mask there is and we put it completely over the snout of the animal and it provides oxygen.")) ((denise valdez)) >> smith says before the fire department got the masks, they'd try to use human devices ... that were less than effective .... because they didn't create a good seal. they've used the masks a handful
/// ((tedd florendo)) warmer today than yesterday as we say goodbye to the fall-like temperatures from here on out. humidity still breezes around the region. ................................ .... temperatures around the region in the 90's this afternoon for some neighborhoods with the warmest for the east side of the valley where we're lower in elevation. not as hot for the west side and the foothills and kyle canyon with comfortable temps this afternoon even though all areas have warmed up ................................ ... .... regional conditions show warmer temps this afternoon as
laughlin and death valley. not as hot over the hump and cooler temps in the central great basin. areas up near reno on rose mountain actually got some snow up to an inch. all areas expected to warm up again throughout the region. ......... .......................... ..... u.s. temperatures shows some cooler temps up in the big sky country still along with the midwest and plains states. but warmer here and phoneix with the desert southwest expected to reach back near triple-digits again eventually. the east coast had a nice little reprieve from the heat but it's e again. ......................... .......... .......... satelitte and radar shows a weak system to the south that could bring some additional cloud cover early next week with slight chances for showers in the region as well. we'll expect near 100 degrees early week, then increased winds and temperatures dropping to the mid 90's eventually by midweek. ......... .......................... ............. tonight expect another low in the 60's by morning with clear and calm conditions. winds should remain light then increase next week. your high tomorrow jumps back to
days. staying clear to mostly clear in the long term. ................. .................. ............. highs around the region expected to high 90's and close to 100 for the eastside of the valley from nellis through sunrise mountain and henderson. then mid to low 90's for the west side of the valley and foothills. ................................ ... ............. extended forecast shows temps slowly warming up each day with eventually seasonal highs by the weekend. we'll be hottest by early next week with some neighborhoods reaching 100 or more in some spots. slight chances for showers and more clouds early week as well. then temps slowly drop to the mid 90's by mid to late week.
two of the best teams in the state face-off ((denise valdez)) >>desert pines and liberty couldn't wait until friday for their showdown ((chris maathuis .the #2 and #3 teams in nevada meet with no losses between them we've got highlights from a high scoring night of football plus tony sanchez breaks down the rebels chances against central michigan..hear why the chippewas could be on the run
#3 ranked team in the state.. the perfect patriots are number.. the savage level of this game was everywhere and impressive... tight game early..but here come the air raiding patriots..kenyon oblad to marquez powell.. perfect.. liberty lighting the sky up..oblad to darion aco-hido 20-7 desert pines..can't get a stop.. ethan dedeaux..all gas no brake.. touchdown patriots..th but the jags would fight.. isaiah morris.. confusion overcome by pure speed.. but chance faitau and liberty were too powerful..41-14.. liberty rolls to another big victory once upon a time the city of las vegas wasn't even allowed to sell a commercial during the super bowl..well..the pariah has become a player..and the nfl has taken notice (( )) the nfl on cbs...
between the jets and bills..tyrod taylor elusive..making life difficult for new york finds greg salas.. excessive entrance into the endzone.. jets up 3.. but sometimes bad things happen to good people.. bills nickell roby-coleman an opportunist.. feasting on the football and giving buffalo the lead... but the jets had too much run game..matt forte..3 touchdowns.. jets win 37-31 central michgian has built the blueprint on how a small power school can win big..the chippewas went the road to beat
took notice the chippewas needed a bad call and an answered prayer.. but the hail mary full of six delivered victory in upset form for central michigan.. tony sanchez says he sees a great team on the other sideline this saturday but he also sees advantages for unlv (tony sanchez/unlv: "regardless of the outcome, the level they played them speaks to the skill they have. so we hav our work cut out for us. we look at the tape and we feel like we are fairly evenly matched team. we feel like they are big and strong. we have a little bit of a speed advantage. now we got to get that speed when it comes to entertaining boxing..they really don't make them like they used to.. glorified or villified..mike tyson personified charisma..his aura continues to captivate on the big stage when he performs "undisputed truth" live in vegas..we mic up iron mike..and hear him become alarmingly comfortable when talking about biting another man (( ))
wisconsin has some aggressive landscaping...the man responsible is a packers fan..the manager is a vikings fan.. she about spilled her coffee when walking through the door in attention..so the maintenance man has kept his job.. but he's lost a friend ((dave courvoisier)) our strange story for thursday night right after this./// ((dave courvoisier))
it has denise written all over it! ((denise valdez)) just one -- but it's a good one. as the summer winds down and fall begins, large flocks of geese move in to golf courses across the country. here in wisconsin -- the birds not only damage the turf, they also steal golf balls! that's where todd the dog comes in. he doesn't hunt the birds-- he patrols the greens and encourages them to beat it! but todd has picked up a nasty little habit. he likes to eat the special presents left behind by the geese.//// ((dave courvoisier)) at eleven. ((denise valdez)) >> the late show with stephen colbert is next. have a great night./// news music it's a story we hear all too
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