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a serious car crash shuts down the intersection of tropicana and durango. we'll have a live report from the scene. ((kirsten joyce)) >> plus -- the stadium proposal is now heading to the governor's desk. why las vegas sands is so confident.. that it will get the green light. ((patrick walker)) >> and, the weather is warming back up for the weekend. sherry has the details if we'll see triple digit heat again. ((kirsten joyce)) >> 8 news now good day, the valley's news leader, starts right now./// ((now, live...this ((patrick walker)) >> thanks for joining us, i'm patrick walker in for brian. ((kirsten joyce)) >> and i'm kirsten joyce. right now, multiple police officers have the area of tropicana and durango shutdown.. after a serious accident. ((patrick walker)) >> details are limited right now... our reporter michael stevens is gathering information... but first, we'll send things over to demetria to see what's
to demetria for a check of traffic./// ((demetria obilor)) avoid the durango/ tropicana intersection by using alternates like russell and flamingo to travel east/west and fort apache as a north/south everything looks good on the southbound 95 to southbound i-15 ramp, but it will close this weekend. kirsten has more on that. back to you./// ((kirsten joyce)) a major road closure goes into effect this weekend... impacting thousands of drivers.
and the i-15 n-dot says the reason for the closure is to shift two lanes on the spaghetti bowl ramp in preparation for the demolition of a bridge that crosses symphony park drive. when the ramp reopens... driver will see a slight reconfiguration of the lanes entering i-15 south. during this weekends closures n-dot says you should avoid the area: ((tony illia // n-dot: we're certainly taking it very seriously. anytime you mess with i-15 or the spaghetti bowl, it's a big deal.)) ((kirsten joyce)) >> if you have to get through this area... re-route you north on i-15 to the 'd' street exit. again, this is all for project neon. the nearly one- billion project will widen i-15 between sahara avenue and the spaghetti bowl. /// ((kirsten joyce)) the plan to build an n-f-l stadium for the raiders in las vegas... is a step closer to becoming reality. ((patrick walker)) >> it's now up to lawmakers to tackle it... after the southern nevada tourism infrastructure committee voted unanimously. the proposal will head to the
needed to approve it. in recent weeks, much of the debate has been around financing. county commissioner chris giunchigliani -- who's against public funding of the stadium -- expressed concerns over who's on the hook for the bonds.. that will be issued to pay for construction. but despite the bumps in the road to get to this point... the las vegas sands is very hopeful the proposal will get the stamp of approval: ((andy abboud/v.p., las vegas sands: "we're confident, because of the jobs, because of the economic impact, and the transformational iac this will get the 2/3 support of the legislature.")) ((patrick walker)) >> the 750- million dollars will be in the form of a new room tax... and would be the biggest contribution ever to an n-f-l stadium. the projected tax revenue from the stadium is 35- million dollars per- year. about 13- and- a- half million dollars would go toward k-12 schools. /// ((kirsten joyce)) the rebels football team
at the future stadium. the committee made sure u-n-lv would play a big part in this plan. head coach tony sanchez delayed practice.. to share his thoughts on the stadium. he says local football players will benefit from this.. because they can stay home and continue their football careers... plus, play in a stadium that's just as nice. /// ((kirsten joyce)) right now.. we want to get a check on your forecast. ((brian loftus)) >> sherry swensk is here with that. ((sherry swensk)) a beautiful full harvest moon this morning with clear skies...
degrees yesterday to the 60s this morning. .......... we'll keep plenty of sunshine today... and slightly warmer. highs will make it to the low 90s and staying dry until next week. ((sherry swensk)) demetria, how are the roads doing? ((kirstej showcasing their best talents at school... brian loftus shows us the dozens of amazing acts these children can do... in this week's what's cool at school. ((patrick walker)) >> and, this cone zone isn't slowing you down, but you still want to know what crews are up to.. so demetria found out... that answer and more coming up in "what's driving you crazy?" /// ((you're watching the
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schools, taking the stage for an annual talent show, in today's "what's cool at school." ((brian loftus)) two local elementary thomas - teamed up for a talent show featuring the skills of their students. it's a chance for some kids to find a love of performing..... joseph buck pta president - robert e. lake elem. "it's more to let some of these kids get out of their shells, then strictly a talent show." ((brian loftus)) students showed courage and pride when taking the stage. zakiyah was so apprehensive at first, she felt a little sick. but her teachers and teammates were by her side..... zakiyah green 5th grade "on stage, since i have support....my friends support me, it's fun, and my teacher,
it fun." ((brian loftus)) now she loves the chance to excel in her favorite part.... zakiyah green 5th grade "dancing with everybody, at the end." ((brian loftus)) we caught the kids during a recent rehearsal. the payoff....perform ing for friends, family, and the whole school nathaniel mahnesmith 6th grade "honestly, my most favorite thing it to bring talent to make kids happy- that's the main reason why." ((brian loftus)) these two schools often combine events - carnivals, movie nights, and now for the second year in a ro- show....with 22 acts and 2 closing numbers joseph buck pta president - robert e. lake elem. "we have singing, we have acting, we have dancing." ((brian loftus)) staff wanted these students to feel the freedom and fun of trying something new, and maybe discover a love of the arts joseph buck pta president - robert e. lake elem. "it's anything the want to do, it's more of a variety show than anything else." "it's just about letting them experience the arts in a way that they're going to enjoy." ((brian loftus)) and that's "what's cool at school" ((kirsten joyce)) to vote for this program
go to las vegas now dot com.. click on "sections" in the upper left corner... and cool at school will be under the "community" tab. or send us an email... cool at school at las vegas now dot com. the winner will receive 250- dollars./// let's get a check of the roads with demetria. /// let's send it over to demetria for a check of traffic./// ((demetria obilor)) avoid the durango/ investigate a crash where a motorcycle officer was rear-ended. use alternates like flamingo, russell and fort apache.
the nasdaq was up 75... getting a big boost from soaring apple shares. the new i phones officially go on sale today. but before you get in line at an apple store... be warned... the more expensive seven plus is already sold out.. as is the seven in jet black. you can order all models online. you'll just have to wait. and other retailers and wireless carriers may have them in stock.// and fiat chrysler is recalling nearly 2 million cars and trucks because their air bags may not deploy in a crash. the recall affects chrysler, dodge,j from 2010 to 2014. the problem is linked to at least one death.// ((kirsten joyce)) >> and jill -- olive garden's popular new promotion... is alerady sold out-- but we hear there's still a way to get one? a: olive garden says its never ending pasta pass sold out... in about a minute.... about 21 thousand were available this year--- compared to just two thousand last eyar... the pass costs 100 dollars and
cheyenne?" i reached out to the city of las vegas to find out what's going on. j.p., you're most likely seeing the construction of the access road to summerlin village 26 reverence. the city says the access road comes off cliff shadows parkway and hugs the beltway until it enters into the community. cox cable has also been in the are workint as well. what's driving you crazy? remember, you can write me at. traffic 8 at las vegas now dot com. back to you./// ((now, live...this is 8 news now good day.)) ((patrick walker)) ((patrick walker)) the roast looks good dad. how good? 162 likes. did i get any retweets on those green beans?
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patrick walker in for brian. ((kirsten joyce)) >> and i'm kirsten joyce. a metro officer is in the hospital after getting hit by a car. ((patrick walker)) >> that officer was taken to u-m-c trauma and we are tracking the latest developments with team coverage. michael stevens is at scene near tropicana and durango... while demetria breaks down your options for alternates routes in the area. ((kirsten joyce)) >> we'll first start with michael with whate' ((michael stevens)) -an officer on a motorcycle was rear-ended by a sedan at this intersection. -the officer was taken to umc trauma. -the officer is conscious and speaking.
investigation at walter johnson junior high. c-c-s-d police say they hope to identify the person, or people.. responsible by today... the end of this week. e-p-a officials had to clean one student's home.. where mercury was found. police say that student was not the person who brought the chemical to school. mercury was found last week at the school..... prompting 12- hundred students to be screened for precaution... which lasted 17- hours. johnson junior high resumed classes on tuesday.. after being closed for three days. /// ((patrick walker the animal foundation is offering additional discounts on dog adoption fees. all dogs six- months and older are just 25- dollars. for the entire month of september, fees for chihuahuas are also 25... and fees will be waived for rabbits, cats, and pit bulls.. during the "adopt- an- mvp" special. the animal foundation currently has 153- dogs... 31- cats... and 31- rabbits up for adoption. /// ((kirsten joyce)) right now.. we want to get a check on your forecast.
areas of the valley...but overall winds will be light and variable this afternoon. .............. temps are cooling down from upper 80s and officially hitting that 90 degrees yesterday to the 60s this morning. we'll keep plenty of sunshine today... and slightly warmer. highs will make it to the low 90s
harnessing the healing power of dog. ((kirsten joyce)) >> coming up on the valley's news leader how one florida police departn friends for victims of a crime./// ((you're watching the valley's news leader... with brian loftus, kirsten joyce, sherri swensk and with brian loftus, kirsten joyce,
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on the force. ((kirsten joyce)) >> belkys nerey has the story on how these k-9 companions are making it easier for young crime victims to open up to officers. "can you give me 5" dog looks at camera "give me 5" he's cuddly "you want to lay down, are you lazy today?" and he's ready for for some t-l-c. but "rocky" isn't here to play fetch. "he knows he has his vest on, so he won't play" the two and a half year-old chocolate lab is helping davie policet some of the smallest victims. "instead of the fear of talking to an adult, they see the dog, which gives them comfort. it reduces their anxiety and they feel more comfortable talking to us as investigators." it's part of a program that began in central florida: rescuing shelter dogs then training them for the force. but not every pooch can make the cut. rocky was first certified as a therapy dog. then he went to the doggie police academy in brevard
is an integral part of the force. "i previously did investigations without rocky and it was very difficult to sit with a 5-year-old, a 6-year-old, a 7-year-old, because they're looking at us as adults, they don't know us, they don't know who we are, and for them to tell their horrific story to us has got to be very stressful." davie therapy dog -raw.mpg 10:32:37;09 "we bring him in, introduce him to the child, and we see how see their comfort levels." it's an approach that works. in his first case, rocky was brought in to comfort a 15-year-old victim who refused to talk to investigators. "without him there we would have never received, we would never have known who she was, where she was from, or what had happened to her." and rocky isn't a fleeting friend. he sits with the victims through each interview with detectives and as they meet with attorneys. "you need the dog to be there for you when you're not having a good day, when you need somebody sitting there with you to comfort you and let you feel loved.
we'll keep plenty of sunshine today... and slightly warmer. highs will make it to the low 90s which is just a couple of degree shy of normal. .... e back to normal and above which is great for the pool - but the longer nights are cooling off that water quickly. ........ ((sherry swensk)) back to you./// ((kirsten joyce)) funeral services are being held today.. for the nine-year-old boy killed by a pit bull. derion stevenson was attacked on august 17th.. after visiting a friend's house . when he got to the front door.. the pit bull got scared and attacked the child. the funeral is being held at the greater mount sinai baptist church at one-pm. a go- fund- me page has been set up to cover funeral expenses.
under links we've mentioned. /// ((patrick walker)) president obama is pushing for a new plan.. to help fight the deadly heroin and opioid crisis across the country. about 100- americans are killed every day by heroin and opioid overdoses. according to u-s-a today, the justice department plan calls for law enforcement... to identify links between over-prescribing doctors and distribution networks across the country... along with prosecutors being urged to share information across state lines: only way that we reduce demand is if we provide treatment and treat this as a health problem, not just a criminal problem." )) ((patrick walker)) >> president obama's plan comes as opioid deaths -- whether caused by pain pills or heroin -- jumped 372- percent from 2001 to 2014. west virginia, new mexico, new hampshire, kentucky, and ohio.. had america's five deadliest rates. /// let's take a look on the roads with demetria.
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which is the founder of one of the most pro-lific trial consulting firms of all time. michael weatherly.. who plays the doctor.. says his character is the ultimate puppet master in this show: (( michael weatherly//"dr. jason bull": "dr. jason bull. works in the world of trial analytics. trial sciences. and it's a very fascinating thing once you pull the curtain back on how jury trials work." "bull is really about how we understand why people do the things they do. why people make the choices. whether it's an election, the toothpaste that they us dogs or cats. this actually reveals something about you bull can use in his case." )) ((demetria obilor)) >> if you're interested in watching the series... it starts up on tuesday at nine- pm. /// ((kirsten joyce)) right now.. we want to get a check on your forecast. ((brian loftus)) >> sherry swensk is here with that. ((sherry swensk)) there's that beautiful full moon
then a chance for some rain and thunderstorms with tropical moisture coming up from the south for a day. ((sherry swensk)) ((patrick walker)) the question lingers this morning if donald trump will denounces his long-held obama 'birther' beliefs. ((kirsten joyce)) >> trump's campaign put out a statement last night... saying the republican believes president obama was born in the u-s. but, hillary clinton's campaign isn't buying it. hena daniels has the latest from new york. trump's apparent flip-flop on the birther issue came after rival hillary clinton
the idea when he was interviewed by the washington post wednesday. (clinton) "he was asked one more time: 'where was president obama born?' and he still wouldn't say hawaii. he still wouldn't say america. this man wants to be our next president? hours later -- trump's campaign released this statement pointing the finger at clinton for raising the issue in when she was running against then-candidate obama. the campaign then credited trump for helping resolve the matter - adding - "having successfully obtained president obama's birth certificate when others could not, mr. trump believes that president obama was born in the united states." (i feel good) clinton returned to the campaign trail in north carolina yesterday -- calling out trump out for criticizing a pastor in flint, michigan who
(clinton) he called her 'a nervous mess'. that's not only insulting it's dead wrong. jobs, jobs, jobs after delivering remarks on his economic plan in new york...the republican nominee traveled to new hampshire...and took clinton to task for calling his supporters deplorable last week: (trump) "hillary clinton slams you as deplorable and irredeemable." with less than two month to the election, a cbs news/ new york times poll has clinton and trump locked in a virtual tie. news./// ((kirsten joyce)) after a news conference in d-c this morning...trump heads to florida for a town hall with haitian voters. hillary clinton will address the black women's agenda symposium in washington./// ((kirsten joyce)) 8 news now is your local election headquarters through the campaign season... on air and online at las vegas now dot com. ///
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an officer injured .. and sent to the hospital .. we're live on scene with the latest on the crash. ((patrick walker)) >> plus... a traffic nightmare will be starting tonight.. the closures that you need to know about at the spaghetti bowl. ((kirsten joyce)) >> and... mother nature is giving us a little break from the fall like weather ... the increase in temps just in time for the weekend. ((patrick walker)) 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. ((patrick walker)) >> and i'm patrick walker in for brian. a metro officer is in the hospital this morning... after his motorcycle was rear ended. ((kirsten joyce)) >> 8 news now reporter michael stevens is live on scene near tropicana and durango ... and we have a photojournalist outside of umc trauma where the