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the latest on this developing story straight ahead. and back here in the valley we're less than a week away from the fall season but temperatures are not letting up. but a little rain could bring a cool down. katie boer explains./// plus... one of the state's busiest corridors expected to reopen in less than 12 hours. but this is just the beginning of construction along 95 and 15./// those stories and more next on the valley's news leader./// "now, livet ((sharie johnson)) police in new york continue to investigate an explosion that has left dozens injured in new york. that's where we begin tonight... i'm sharie johnson. the mayor there says at this time there is no indication that this was related to terrorism but says the act was intentional. we head now to brittany edney who's live in the newsroom with the lastest on the investigation. brittany. ((brittany edney)) the most recent information
those have been hospitalized-- with one possibly in critical condition. meanwhile n-y-p-d is investigating what could be a pressure cooker with wiring coming out of the top at a 2nd location in chelsea. that device is located on west 27th street and it has not been detonated... and investigators there are saying efforts are being made to move the suspicious device to another location. as for the manhattan exposion... witnesses say the blast was so sent people running for cover. ((tony/chelsea resident) "it was like boom. like a huge steel plate hitting the ground. that's what it sounded like.")) ((brandon tirabo, chelsea resident) "i saw a guy that got injured. where was he bleeding from? he was bleeding from his head. somewhere right here." )) the a-t-f is also joining the investigation. ((brittany edney)) >> the mayor says they don't believe there is a connection to the earlier incident in new jersey... and again, while the act is believed to intentional, he adds
sharie./// ((sharie johnson)) the mayor says they don't believe their explosion was explosion was connected to one in new jersey earlier today. it happened in seaside park just before the start of a charity race benefitting u.s. sailors and marines. reports show three pipe-bomb-type devices we're wired together-- but only one of them detonated. fortunately no one was injured during the explosion./// we're just days away from a new season. and katie, we might see a chance of rain next week? toss to weather ((katie boer))
county. lots of blue sky and sunshine--winds have been nice and calm, but temps. are above average this afternoon and early evening. ..................... lets take a look at those current temperatures... mid 90s for most spots--i've even seen a few low 100s in our warmer neighborhoods. .................... how about the rest of your night? let's look ahead at the evening planner... look for clear and very warm conditions through about 7pm in the low 90s, by 9pm we'll dip into the upper 8. .................... looking at satellite radar -- fairly quiet right now but an upper level low is developing off the calfornia coast -- that will give us a slight chance of storms after 11pm monday through mainly tuesday--but possibly wednesday as well. ................... your extended forecast shows the heat lingers through monday before a big drop arrives tuesday--down to the upper 80s!. ((sharie johnson)) police have yet to release
tamarus park apartments. that's near flamingo and maryland parkway. (("i didn't hurt nobody, i got one eye, i'm blind in one eye, how could i anybody?)) we're told police were called to the complex following a family dispute between a man and a woman-- and a possible knife threat. metro says as they worked the scene nearly a dozen people had to evacuate. once the situation was over... the woman was not hurt but was still taken to the hospital for medical care as precaution since she is said to be pregnant./// nevada's transportation department says they are right on time with the construction plan along the spaghetti bowl--- and that it will re-open tomorrow at 10 a-m. this is a live look at the intersection right now. we're told the ramp that connects 95-south to i-15 southbound was shutdown as a part of project neon which will widen the interstate 15 from the spaghetti bowl to sahara avenue.
crews are working to shift lanes to the east as they get ready to tear down a portion of the ramp within the coming week./// ((sharie johnson)) metro police trading in their badges for whistles in a effort to unite the community. earlier today officers took part in a pick-up game of basketball as a part of their safe neighborhood initiative. officers teamed up with members of the community for a 3 on 3 tournament earlier today. it's a chance for kids around the valley to take part in a friendly competition and encourage enforcement. this is the fourth year the 3 on 3 tournament tournament has been held in the valley and organizers are hoping to hold more in the future./// ((sharie johnson)) meanwhile... members of the community gathered to promote peace as apart of a day of non-violence campaign across the country. here in the valley activists marched down maryland parkway from harmon to molasky park. the walk was capped off with a non-violnce rally at the park.
the overall goal is to give community members knowledge on the resources available to them to help curb violence./// ((sharie johnson)) coming up on the valley's news leader... looming lawsuit... wells fargo is not out of the hot seat just yet following a bank fraud investigation. the banking giant now faces its first lawsuit and it's coming from some here in the west. that's straight ahead on the valley's news leader./// "you're watching the valley's news leader... what kind of person would misuse the topic of rape in a political campaign? joe heck, that's who. the truth is, as attorney general, catherine cortez masto led the fight against crimes like sexual assault and worked with republicans and democrats to make sure rape kits were administered for victims. but in washington, congressman joe heck voted against funding for rape kits. joe heck. lying about rape.
wells fargo fired 53-hundred employees as a response to the scandal. it's also agreed to pay 185-million- dollars in fines and refund five-million more to customers. both the department of justice and the u-s house financial services committee says they're launching investigations into the bank's practices./// ((sharie johnson)) the u-s has expressed its regret for the loss of life after a botched airstrike in syria. military officials say the u.s.-led coaliti --- but struck syrian government troops instead, killing 62 of them, according to russia. a syrian human rights group put the death toll at 83, with at least 120-soldiers wounded. a senior administration official says the u-s relayed its regret through russia, a syrian ally. another official says the u-s told russia in advance what the
but russia is still blaming the u-s for failing to coordinate the airstrike./// ((sharie johnson)) meanwhile... the u-s air force is grounding 10 of its new f-35 fighters... barely a month after they were determined "combat ready" the decision comes due to the discovery of bad insulation in cooling lines in the fuel tanks. the faulty lines affected 57 aircraft - 10 of which were already in the field. those planes will be fixed, an others will be fixed on the production line before delivery. the f-35 is described as the most expensive weapons system in history. the program costs are estimated at 400 billion dollars./// ((sharie johnson)) we're continuing to follow developing news out of new york. that's where police are investigating an explosion that's left nearly 30 people injured. we're live with the latest details. and...
katie boer joins us to explain when we can see it and how long it will last./// "now, live...this is 8 news now weekend edition." woman: here in nevada, those were the worst days of our lives, and congressman heck called it "a blip." narrator: in 2008, joe heck called nevada's housing crisis "a blip on the radar." that's just
how out of touch joe heck is. narrator: after heck sponsored a bill giving tax breaks to big banks, he took over $500,000 from wall street--
sharie, we've learned that investigators are continuing to gather surveillance video from the scene around the blast which will hopefully help them piece things together. the most recent information released is that 29 people have been injured and at least 24 of those have been hospitalized-- with one possibly in critical condition. meanwhile n-y-p-d is investigating what could be a pressure cooker with wiring coming out of the top at a 2nd location in chelsea. that device is located on west 27th street and and investigators there are saying efforts are being made to move the suspicious device to another location. ((brittany edney)) the mayor says they don't believe there is a connection to the earlier incident in new jersey... and while the act is believed intentional, he adds that they don't believe there to be any kind of terrorism connection. sharie./// toss to katie for weather ((katie boer))
today with some toasty temperatures as we count down the final few days of summer before fall arrives late next week. ................... taking a look outside -- really a gorgeous day all across clark county. lots of blue sky an and calm, but temps. are above average this afternoon and early evening. ..................... lets take a look at those current temperatures... mid 90s for most spots--i've even seen a few low 100s in our warmer neighborhoods. .................... how about the rest of your night? let's look ahead at the evening planner... look for clear
by 9pm we'll dip into the upper 80s...low 80s by 11pm tonight. .................... looking at satellite radar -- fairly quiet right now but an upper level low is developing off the calfornia coast -- that will give us a slight chance of storms after 11pm monday through mainly tuesday--but possibly wednesday as well. ................... heat lingers through monday before a big drop arrives tuesday--down to the upper 80s!.
football atmosphere with more passion and paegantry than most college games..kahuku high school came from hawaii and felt right at home when playing on hualapai way..but the hospitality went away when gorman flexed like only the number one team in the country can the islands were em vegas..sol-jay mai-ava came to play to..45 yard touchdown for the red raiders.. kahuku down 14-7 at half.. second half...tate martell is being chased by the entire state of hawaii..he looks to be deserted on an island but somehow weaves his way on a life raft for a first down.. kids don't try that at home
time he's got a fix for six.. 21-7 kahuku needing to convert a 4th down.. but bubba bolden is a bad man.. jarring the ball loose.. gaels turn to attack.. martell..a perfect spinning spiral into the arms of brevin jordan.. gorman.. your thoughts? martell being chased but he finds the real deal doria gorman wins their 43rd in a row..35-7 in front of the best atmosphere in prep football (( )) mount pleasant michigan can be a
opponents.. the rebels on the road looking to chase the chipewas out of town coach tony sanchez..3 wins in 2015.. looking for number 2 already this year... rebels make an early impact on special teams..aaron borg the block.. charles williams the recovery in the endzone for the touchdown.. central michigan regrouped.. cooper rush..fires to jesse kroll..touchdow n. rebels down 14-7 but here comes the fastest man in michigan today.. 85 yard touchdown.. he went over 100 yards for his second straight week.. unlv staying on the attack..johnny stanton to darren woods.. 21-14 rebels.. but cmu's super cooper rush can pass..and unlv wasn't objecting..recei ver mark chapman in a different area code than
attack..air chippewa was in full force.. rush to cory willis.. 28-21 central michigan at half.. and the rebels had no answer..quarter back cooper rush threw for 352 yards and 6 touchdowns.. 44-21 chippewas improve to 3-0..unlv drops to 1-2 former canyon springs star donnel pumphrey ran fro 280 yards last week.. this week..ho-hum 220 and 3 touchdowns.. that's 500 yards in two weeks..and san dieg s after stomping northern illinois college football can humble the heavily favorited in a hurry.. iowa entered saturday ranked 13th in the country..they hosted division 1-aa north dakota state..who is anything but a pushover the bison aiming for the biggest win in program history..they score late and trail by one.. but they get the ball back and have a chance to win... cam pederson beats the buzzer with a 37 yard game winning field goal..23-21..ndsu shocks #13 iowa
#12 michigan state but the spartans countered with vengeance..35 unanswered points.. check out this connection.. tyler o'connor.. betraying the irish with a touchdown pass to ronnie corley.. michigan state wins 36-28 finally it was raining biblical proportions in oklahoma for the sooners game versus ohio state.. i mean they were lining up animals 2x2 in the parking lot.. but guess who came through with the play of the year... noah brown.. back of the defender for a touchdown... noah..an arching spiral.and a mass exodus by oklahoma fans..the buckeyes won but thankfully the rest of the earth was not destroyed ((jon tritsch)) thats all for sports. let's send it back over to sharie for more news.
belt safety. michelle fortin says her three-year-old unbuckled her seat belt during a ride home on monday. fortin then pulled over and explained to the girl why seat belts are important. but the mom later decided that the lesson needed to be reinforced. so she called police in scottsdale, who were more than happy to come and back her up. (michelle fortin, mother): "i guess it was an extreme choice on my part to call police, but i knew she was gonna remember it and i knew by hearing from a police officer, that my kids respect. to drive the point home." ((sharie johnson)) >> the strategy seems to have worked. michelle's daughter camille promised to the officers that she would always keep her seat belt on./// ((sharie johnson)) thanks for watching 8
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