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one day, three cities, and three attacks... we'll take a look at the separate terror investigations from the weekend. ((kirsten joyce)) >> plus...fall is right around the corner. but our temperatures won't necessarily reflect that... sherry will have our weather now neighborhood forecast coming up. ((brian loftus)) >> and...several winners came out on top during last night's emmy's. . ((kirsten joyce)) 8 news now good day, the valley's news leader, starts right now./// ((now, live...this is 8 news now good day. thanks for joining us on 8 news now good day, the valley's news leader. i'm kirsten joyce. ((brian loftus)) >> i'm brian loftus. ((kirsten joyce)) this morning, the fbi is questioning several 'persons of interest' in connection with a weekend explosion in new york city. here's a live look coming from new york. another team of fbi agents is on the scene in new jersey where a jersey where a backpack filled with suspicious devices has shut
and the fbi is calling a stabbing-spree at a minnesota mall-- a potential act of terrorism." which makes three attacks in separate states over the weekend. reid binion reports on the investigation into those attacks. three attacks in three american cities... in a single day. terror investigations --now underway in the saturday bomb blasts in new york and new jersey... ...and the stabbing spree at a o it began saturday morning -- in seaside park, new jersey... ...with the detonation of one of three devices wired together in a garbage can... ...likely timed to disrupt a marine corps charity run. (brad cohen / acting special agent, fbi) "an explosion had occurred in a trash can along the raceway." luckily the event had been delayed due to registration problems. (brad cohen /acting special agent, fbi) "there were no reported injuries. there were no reported deaths as result of that explosion." saturday night - another blast... this time in new york. the explosion - reportedly coming from a device in or near a dumpster -- ...sending panicked bystanders scrambling for cover.
from hospitals. investigators - finding an un-detonated pressure-cooker device just blocks away... law enforcement sources - saying surveillance videos show the same man near both locations the same night in st. cloud, minnesota -- a man wearing a security uniform -- injuring nine people in a stabbing spree inside a mall... (wm. blair anderson / st. cloud police chief) "that suspect was confronted by an off duty police officer and summay the isis media wing - claiming responsibility for that attack -- investigations into all three attacks continue i'm reid binion reporting. ((kirsten joyce)) >> the pressure cooker that didn't explode saturday in new york city will be sent to the fbi lab at quantico... all of the victims in saturday's explosion have since been released from the hospital./// ((brian loftus)) we now know the name of the motorcyclist who was killed in a traffic accident over the weekend. he is 23 year old drake reynolds. it happened early saturday morning near owens and eastern.
before his bike overturned throwing the rider onto the street. he was taken to u-m-c where he later died. this is the 77th crash in metro jurisdiction./// ((kirsten joyce)) metro police trading in their badges for whistles in an effort to unite the community. 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 saturday. it's a chance for kids around the valley to take part in a friendly competition and 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./// sherry how's the weather today? let's check in on the roads with demetria.// fall does start this week, and eventually we'll feel like it -
this is 8 news now good day)) ((kirsten joyce)) a slight hike in gas prices is days....as a company continues to repair a pipeline break. on friday colonial pipeline out of alabama announced one of its lines had leaked out more than 336 thousand gallons of oil. that led to a stop in transporting gasoline from refineries on the gulf coast.... to locations along the eastern seaboard. the company hopes to restart the line this week./// ((brian loftus)) north carolina's top lawmakers are putting their weight behind a proposed repeal of house bill 2 ,
transgender nondiscrimination ordinance first. sharon smith has the story on football sunday, as uptown charlotte revels in a win....folks inside the charlotte chamber said time has run out on house bill two. chamber president bob morgan... i think it is remarkable that for the first time since this conversation started -- the word repeal -- is being spoken of seriously in raleigh. the window opened last week may call a special session to repeal hb2, if charlotte city council acts first, to repeal its non- discrimination ordinance, which expanded lgbt protections. this, after another round of economic losses -- with the nba, ncaa, and now acc cancelling post season sporting events worth millions of dollars. the chamber's executive director...said city and state leaders need to take this opportunity to talk.
they made their pitch with hospitality and tourism leaders saying their frontline workers suffer with each big cancellation. and the charlotte sports foundation says there's still hope to undo the acc pullout based on current conversations. it's been reassuring. wednesday was a really bad day. thursday, friday, saturday, sunday have been much better. but chris sgro -- a state lawmaker who also leads equality stand firm....and doesn't agree with the chamber's full court press. this conversation has nothing to do with the city of charlotte and everything to do with legislators in raleigh and pat mccrory. they're the only ones that can repeal house bill 2 ((kirsten joyce)) the internet is buzzing after last night's emmy awards. ((brian loftus)) >> we'll see who came out on top during last night's show./// so my mother made 7,000 peanut butter and jelly
((demetria obilor)) sunday night's prime-time emmy awards honored the best in television, giving trophies to old favorites and rising young stars... and, as usual, the most memorable moments were unscripted. david daniel has a look. "there you go. all right!" the very first thing emmy host jimmy kimmel did was hand a trophy to "transparent" star jeffrey tambor. less than an hour later, it was official: tambor won his second straight woman. "please give transgender talent a chance. give them auditions. give them their story. [pull up] i would not be unhappy were i the last cisgender male to play a female transgender on television." "julia louis-dreyfus, 'veep.'" history was made as julia louis-dreyfus won her fifth consecutive emmy for the political comedy... and after a light-hearted
ended her speech with a heavy-hearted tribute. "i'd like to dedicate this to my father, william louis-dreyfus, who passed away on friday, and i'm so glad that he liked 'veep,' because his opinion was the one that really mattered. thank you." (nat-applause) "'the people v. o.j. simpson!'" the night's big winner was "the people v. o-j simpson," taking best limited series and fou including one for sarah paulson, who gave a stirring defense of the real-life character she played. "the more i learned about the real marcia clark, not the two-dimensional cardboard cut-out i saw on the news, but the complicated, whip-smart, giant-hearted mother of two who woke up every day, put both feet on the floor, and dedicated herself to righting an unconscionable wrong: the loss of two innocents, ron goldman and nicole brown, the more i had to recognize that i, along with the rest of the world, had been superficial and careless in my
in the upper 90s. another hot day today before the heat breaker of clouds and possible rain. .......... temps right now in the 70s and will cool a little more through the next hour or two. ..... tropical moisture working its way up from the south and clouds with possible showers come tuesday. ....... then another chance for rain
now good day.. with "monday mornings with the mayors." each week we'll hear from one of our southern nevada mayors. this morning we'll be hearing from henderson's mayor andy haffen.// ((kirsten joyce)) the greek festival is officially in the books after a successfull weekend. the 44th annual las vegas greek food festival took place at the baptist greek orthodox church near hacienda and jones. all the food vendors were
event has been hosting thousands for over 40 years./// ((brian loftus)) it may be september, but in germany it's time for oktoberfest. the mayor of munich got the annual party started saturday afternoon local time by tapping the first keg. heavy rain and tight security did little to dampen the spirits of beer lovers./// ((brian loftus)) what started as a joke between friends is now picking started as a joke between friends is now picking up steam... a pirate day. the parody holiday began more than two decades ago by two people called ol' chumbucket and cap'n slappy amd n honor of the day.... cnn's jeremy roth found some people who could snarl n' yarrr with the best of 'em. ((man- "yarr, matey" hmmm ...i've heard betterrrr.... teen- "yarr, matey, shiver me timbers" uh, pretty sure that's just irish. kid- "yarr, matey!" now we're talkin! )) ((brian loftus))
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. part of the problem in washington. i'm catherine cortez masto
new york and new jersey are on high alert this morning. the man f-b-i agents are looking for... after a weekend explosion in new york. ((kirsten joyce)) >> plus -- a portion of i-15 is expanding... where crews will install more travel lanes to help ease traffic. ((brian loftus)) >> and, it's going to be a scorcher today... but sherry says we'll see a nice break in the heat... with a chance for some much- needed rain. ((kirsten joyce)) >> 8 news now good day, the valley's news leader, starts right now./// ((now, live...this is 8 news nowo brian loftus >> this morning...the f-b-i is questioning several 'persons of interest' in connection to an explosion this weekend in new york city. kirsten joyce >> meanwhile...anot her team of f-b-i agents is on scene in new jersey investigating a backpack filled with suspicious devices....shutti ng down train services. 8 news now nia wong joins us live in studio with the latest updates. nia? ((nia wong)) >> good morning brian and