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children without their mother as many wondered what could they have done... to try and prevent the violent act./// ((katie boer)) two days of flooding in parts of iowa... we'll track our own chance for possible moisture-- moving into our area./// ((sharie johnson)) and... newly released video from charlotte detectives following a fatal police shooting leaves the same questions unanswered... ((there is no defenitive evidence in this video as to whether or not there is an object in his hand.)) as another night of civil unrest continues. those stories and more next on the valley's news leader./// "now, live...this is 8 news now weekend edition." (( 07:49 "she had told us that he used to beat her and she left him but he came back.")) ((sharie johnson)) neighbors wishing they could've done something before
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that's where we begin tonight, i'm sharie johnson. it happened in a home located in the 500 block of kristin lane near sunset and boulder hwy. /// ((sharie johnson)) just hours ago... henderson police identified 48-year-old michael kaplan as the suspect. and they tell us three children were at the home when the violent crime took place. those kids now in the care of child protective services. and we spoke to neighbors following the deadly attack... many expressed wishing they'd spoke up sooner./// 8 news now reporter brittany edney caught up with a marriage and family therapist who says two things usually prevent most from speaking out about domestic violence. she's live now with those reasons and more... ((brittany edney)) >> the therapist i spoke with says two reasons people sometimes don't report domestic violence situations is out of either fear or maybe feeling like it's not their place to get involved. but these are the types of situations that need to be
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karen lee, exodus family & guidance services "they have a responsibility at that point to come and check it out and then it's off of your shoulders because, can you imagine how many of these people are feeling guilty for not having of saids something?") neighbors say they new there was a history of domestic violence... and experts say when it comes to situations with an abusive pattern--they shouldn't be dismissed. ((dr family & guidance services "we have to get back into the mindset of, it's a community and we are responsible for one another. and so, if you hear of something that is abnormal, you have a responsibility to say something." )) adding to first report to police and connect them with a local organization like safenest..which helps provide counseling, shelter and also escape plans. any you can reach them at
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((brittany edney)) >> police tell us that the children are currently in c-p-s custody and that there hasn't been any past calls to the home before for domestic violence issues. sharie. ((sharie johnson)) today... nearly 40 volunteers joined metro to canvas the area of exeter and kepler drive. going door to door, handing out flyers reaching out to residents. it's all apart of metro's canvassing efforts to get clues to help solve a murder case from 2015. last sepb was shot and killed while working on a vehicle with his brother in a parking lot at 2245 exeter drive... two others were injured as well. investigators say the two other people were in a polaris slingshot at this intersection doing donuts-- when a male suspect fired multiple rounds at the two in the slingshot. it struck and killed ortiz. they add any minor details could be extremely helpful with the case.
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jose hernandez, metro police "while detectives are working extremely hard to solve this case, today, we're out here in hopes that someone may have some information, saw something and perhaps that little bit of information, how insignificant it may seem, will help us further the case." )) ((sharie johnson)) >> investigators passed out flyers in both english and spanish. anyone with any information about this case is asked to called crimestoppers./// ((sharie johnson)) toss to weather ((katie boer)) police say they have police say they have police say they have police say they have
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at a washington state mall. police have identified the man as ar-can sa-teen but say. if you remember police say sateen entered a macy's in cascade mall and killed five people. reports show the suspect immigrated from turkey but is listed as a legal permanent resident-- but police say the motive behind the attack remains unknown. at this time he's being booked on an investigative poll as police prepare the case before formally charging sa-teen. he's expected to make his first ((sharie johnson)) charlotte, north carolina police have released some of the video officers recorded during the minutes leading up to the fatal shooting of a 43-year-old black man on tuesday. but as kenneth craig explains... family members of keith lamont scott say... they're left with more questions than answers. the dash cam video shows charlotte officers surrounding a car yelling drop the gun, you can also hear a woman saying he doesn't have a gun. scott eventually gets out of an suv, his
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continue to hear someone yell drop the gun and then shots are fired. nats bang bang bang bang from another angle, body camera video shows an officer pointing a gun at scott while the 43-year-old stands outside his car. police chief kerr putney says scott had a gun in his hand, but that cannot be seen on the video. the department also released a photograph of a gun found at the scene and said tests revealed scott's dna of a gun found at the scene and said tests revealed scott's dna and fingerprints on the weapon. officers were at the scene to arrest someone else but got involved with scott after they noticed him with marijuana and a gun. (chief kerr putney / charlotte - mecklenburg police chief) "what we're releasing are the objective facts." nats.don't shoot, he has no weapon. scott's wife insists her husband did not have a gun. (kenneth craig / cbs news / charlotte) family members said they are happy the footage was finally released but they aren't satisfied. (ray dotch / brother in law) we are left with far more
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incident resulted in a loss of life. natskeith scott! keith scott! hundreds of protesters peacefully demonstrated for a fifth day saturday. a citywide curfew remains in effect. kenneth craig, cbs news, charlotte. ((sharie johnson)) family and friends prepare to said their goodbyes to the man shot and killed by police in tulsa oklahoma earlier this week. while many are griv continues to spark protest and conversations about ways to make the community and police relations better. friends of the family say it's been tough for them but are amazed at the strength the crutcher family has shown./// ((sharie johnson)) the fall faceoff is set to begin in just two days. how both candidates spent their weekends as debate preps continued. this story and more straight ahead on the valley's news
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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.
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e problem in washington. i'm catherine cortez masto
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we're two days away from the first presidential debate between hillary clinton and donald trump. jill wagner has more on what the candidates are doing ahead of their face-off. hillary clinton picked up a major endorsement from the new york times saturday. the newspaper's editorial board hailed clinton as one of the most tenacious politicians of her generation. the times said trump, discloses nothing concrete about himself or his plans while p rival ted cruz is now edorsing the republican nominee but says the decision was agonizing. (nats) rally trump stepped away from debate preps saturday for a campaign rally in virgina. a recent poll shows him trailing clinton by 6 points there. (trump sot) on nov. 8th we're going to this state. we're going to win the white house. we're going to take it back clinton is in new york preparing. her longtime aide, phillippe reines is playing the
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running mate is ready. (sot tim kaine, clinton's running mate) i think she tends to rise to the occassion and it will be a real contrasts in visions. the first presidential debate is monday night at hofstra university. jill wagner, cbs news, new york. ((sharie johnson)) in the battle ground state of ohio, the cinicinnati enquirer broke with a nearly century long tradition of endorsing republicans to throw s ((sharie johnson)) 8 news now is your local election headquarters for all the races that matter to you... on air and online at las vegas now dot com./// ((sharie johnson)) ....the first full week of fall is right around the corner. meteorologist katie boer is tracking a warmup and if rain could be moving back into our forecast./// "now, live...this is 8
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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--
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((sharie johnson)) state is doing everything it can to prepare for expected flooding. right now flooding is threatening more than two-dozen counties in iowa and wisconsin. those two states were hit by heavy rains earlier this week. iowa's governor held a roundtable meeting with emergency officials today and toured some areas in cedar rapids. that's where a river is expected to crest at 24-feet on monday and possibly flood some areas.
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evacuate... while volunteers are working overtime putting up sandbags along the river./// toss to katie for weather ((katie boer)) we had across the valley--southern nevada really comfortable today to kick off the weekend....and gorgeous as we take a look outside. ................. mostly clear skies and a warming trend can be expected through monday. temps likely reaching low 90s or
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the mid 70s. ............. northerly winds will be gusty at times...especially down the colorado river valley on sunday. a strong upper ridge of high pressure will build into california and then northern nevada tonight through monday. ............... looking ahead..., a closed upper low will develop across northwest mexico and upper level low moving up from the south will provide a slight chance of and southern nevada on tuesday and wednesday. this pattern will lead to dry conditions along with locally breezy north to northeast winds. ................... the strongest winds are expected down the colorado river valley on sunday where gusts to 30 mph will be common at times between laughlin/ bullhead city and needles. gusts around 35 mph are possible but mainly isolated to the laughlin/ bullhead city area.
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forecast--watch for climbing temps at or near 90 --which is near normal--for sunday and monday. upper 80s for tuesday -- slight chance of showers tuesday and wednesday but drying out late week. looks like another small climb in temps. late week with near 90s thursday through next saturday. ((sharie johnson)) jon joins us now as the rebels thought they had an easy
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((jon tritsch)) >> but idaho had other plans we've got highlights from the 2016 heartbreaker at sam's hard to believe and we've got drama in the sec.. meant nothing..sports is next /// ((jon tritsch)) ((jon tritsch))
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off the games you must win.. unlv knew ucla and central michigan were tough..but jackson state and idaho were locks in the "w" column..or so we thought smoke but no fire for the rebels early on..
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they pick off johnny stanton for a second time.. vandals jump out to a 10-0 lead unlv decides to keep the ball on the ground.. good plan..lexington big..but leaving an impact.. thomas finishes off a long drive with his helmet off his head but points on the board.. 10-7 the score.. but the vandals answer..aaron duckworth unseen..untouch ed..but touco johnny stanton to marc phillipi..touchdo wn rebels 17-14..idaho has the lead at halftime but unlv has the momentum.. or so we thought..the two teams trade field goals.. idaho wants more.. matt linehan.. lumbering into the endzone and finishing it off with the least sexy dance ever.. rebel fans..clearly concerned.. down 7 and need of a spark..thats when lexington thomas ignites.. thomas party for 6..
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stuffing your face with chocolate without consequences.. we go to overtime though.. the natives are nervous... unlv's ball first.. johnny stanton picks up 17 yards.. but the rebels settle for a field goal..they just couldn't finish... idaho..dagger to the heart of the rebel football program.. linehan to callen hightower and idaho a crushing blow leaves an inconsulable coach (( )) in other action around the country
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touchdown underdog.. but the blue devils were up to no good in front of touchdown jesus.. duke shocks the irish 38-35 lsu at auburn.. the tigers of louisiana rushing to get the final play off..touchdown.. the dogpile and celebrate victory.. but wait.. the officials look at the replay..and they did not get the play off in time.. game over..auburn wins finally sometimes a about as reliable as a scree door on a submarine.. colorado state's collin hill definitely felt like he was sinking.. the rams qb gets his helmet off...even worse.. his bad hair cut is exposed.. tough day at the office "now, live...this is 8 news now weekend edition."
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wrenching pain cannot be unlived but a face with courage need not be lived again.)) ((sharie johnson)) more than a century ago-- this was only an idea by black civil war veterans african american history and culture opened it's doors. this is in washington, dc. president obama officially dedicated the museum before a crowd of thousands. dignitaries and celebrities like oprah winfrey and will smith helped celebrate. it included a slavery exhibit, displays on freedom, segregation, civil rights-- the achievements of black icons./// ((sharie johnson)) how young is too young to save someone's life?
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911. do you have an emergency?" a'nasia: "i am in the house with my mom, and i think she had a stroke now." )) an eight-year-old girl in maryland knew exactly what to do after her mom suffered a stroke. coincidentally-- the girl recently learn how to recognize the warning signs. so she knew what a stroke was. and she had a hunch that's what she was witnessing. ((dispatcher: "and why do you think she is having a stroke?" a'nasia: "um, be right."a'nasia: "the door is unlocked. i just unlocked it." dispatcher: "alright dear. you are doing a great job. your mom is going to be awful proud of you the way you are helping her out." )) >> her mom says proud does not even begin to explain everything. in fact-- her hometown is giving her an award for literally saving her mom's life./// ((sharie johnson)) thanks for watching 8
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