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thanks for joining us on 8 ((kirsten joyce)) thanks for joining us on 8 news now good day, the valley's news leader. i'm kirsten joyce. tonight marks the first of three presidential debates and it could be the most watched of all time. ((brian loftus)) >> i'm brian loftus. many analysts say viewership could rival the super bowl! and tonight, hillary clinton and donald trump will face off at six p-m at hofstra v diane gallagher reports from hofstra with what voters will be watching for. ((diane gallager)) tonight's the night - the first presidential debate of campaign 2016. republican donald trump and democrat hillary clinton are neck-and-neck in the polls monday's 90-minute debate will be divided into six 15-minute segments that will cover three
"securing america." moderator lester holt will begin each segment with a question and the candidates will have to minutes each to respond. they'll also get a chance to respond to each other. both candidates spent sunday drilling. clinton spent part of last week prepping for the debate while trump stuck to the campaign trail, getting tips from advisors/, including former new york mayor, rudy giuliani. (rudy giuliani/fmr new york city mayor) "my advice i have for him since he's been my friend for 28 years is to be himself//i think what the american people on monday night are entitled to ido being who he is.") the campaign manager for "hillary for america" says he fears that trump's status as a political newcomer will mean he's held to a lower standard: (robby mook/campaign manager, hillary for america) "i'm very concerned that donald trump will be grand on a curve. just because he doesn't fly off the handle in the middle of this debate does not mean that he is prepared to be president of the united states." analysts say the debate could draw up to 100-million viewers and they could get quite a show. the executive director of
should fact-check each other: (janet brown/exec. director, commission on pres. debates) "in our history, moderators have found it appropriate to let the candidates be the ones that talk about the accuracy or the fairness of what the other candidate or candidates might have said." ((diane gallager)) >> with as many as one-hundred- million potential voters expected to watch tonight's debate, the pressure is on for clinton and trump. /// ((brian loftus)) we will carry the debate right here on channel 8. immediately following 8 news now at 5 and the cbs evening news with scott pelley. then at 11, we'll have reaction
the last presidential debate will be here in las vegas at the thomas and mack center. ((kirsten joyce)) >> unlv and city officialls are preparing for the debate. several buildings on campus will close for security purposes in the two days leading up to the debate. parking restrictions could start as soon as 5 days before the event... and shuttles will run to off-campus parking facilities. the unlv debate will air right here on channel 8... october 19th. /// ((kirsten joyce)) 8 news now is your local the campaign season... on air and online at las vegas now dot com. /// sherry how's the weather today? ((sherry swensk)) a warm monday with 90s coming back today...
quarter moon in the eastern sky. ............. light winds and cooling down to 70 degrees. the mornings this weekend were beautifully cool. ........ and the air very dry with breezes all weekend. ................ temps back to warmer low 90s today then a chance for showers this week and cooler. let's take a look at the roads with michael stevens ((michael stevens))
team spirit. head to our 8 news now and upload a pic of you repping your favorite football team! we will choose eight viewers to win an 8 news now mug! the winners will be announced friday during the 6am newscast./// ((kirsten joyce)) thousand of music lovers are heading home after the life is beautiful music festival more than 30 thousand people attended. the three day weekend featured several music artists...
(( and that makes you larger than life )) ((kirsten joyce)) >> they may not be boys anymore... but that's not stopping the backstreet boys from hitting the stage. the 90's pop sensation last week announced a las vegas residency. the name of their show is "larger than life." the group will perform at "the axis at planet hollywood" in march 2017. tickets go on sale october first... and start at 39- dollars./// ((brian loftus)) announcer signs off. ((kirsten joyce)) >> hear the final call of hall of fame broadcaster vin scully. ((brian loftus)) >> plus nfl players and fans in charlotte take a stand against racial injustice... when good day returns./// ((you're watching the valley's news leader... with brian loftus, kirsten
police maintain he wouldn't drop a gun before he was killed. kerr putney/charlotte mecklenberg police chief: >> "at every encounter, people can make a decision to follow lawful, loud verbal commands" ((kirsten joyce)) >> dozens of protesters, marched outside carolina's bank of america stadium and kneeled during the national anthem. while panthers quarterback cam newton wore a shirt with a martin luther king jr quote about injustice before the game. but, several of the protesters shook the hands of police officers and offered them hugs./// oklahoma continues to mourn the loss terence crutcher. crutcher....the unarmed black man was shot and killed by by a tulsa police officer last week. an act caught on video... yesterday hundreds gathered for his funeral. the officer who killed crutcher faces first degree manslaughter charges. the killing prompted several peaceful rallies and protests throughout the city./// ((brian loftus)) legendary tv anchor charles osgood signs off for the last time. ((kirsten joyce)) >> we'll see how the
run? and the dodgers have clinched the division and will celebrate on schedule. ((brian loftus)) >> vin scully's last broadcast at dodger stadium has a befitting ending. the dodgers came back from a 3-2 deficit and forced the game to extra innings and charlie culberson homered in the tenth for a walk-off win one that clinched the division for l.a. and gave vin scully the chance to call one final walk-off in his last tm charles osgood/ cbs this morning host: "as i told you a few weeks ago, today is my last day as host of sunday morning. butt too i want to thank you all of our wonderful audience and i also want to thank all these people." : ((kirsten joyce)) >> a final farwell to cbs sunday morning anchor charles osgood. yesterday was his last day on the show. sunday's show was called "celebrating charlie" after 22 years on cbs sunday morning and
the broadcast featured stories of osgood's early years, career highlights, and his love for poetry, music, and even his bowtie collection. his bowtie will be donated to the smithsonian's national museum of american history as a part of the permanent collection. jane pauley will succeed osgood as the new anchor of cbs sunday mornings. /// sherry how's the
in the afternoon. ............ great weekend for baseball and football. and bbq's and anything else outdoors. .............. today looks warmer in the low 90s... then some moisture up from the south and a chance for showers with cooler 80s lasting through the week. let's take a look at the roads with michael stevens ((michael stens - ramp closure nb 95 to wb
back to you!/// ((brian loftus)) a new washington post-abc news poll has hillary washington post-abc news poll has hillary clinton and donald trump in a dead heat heading into tonight's debate. experts say the out-spoken have to demonstrate policy expertise: while democratic candidate clinton will need to overcome trust questions. ((kirsten joyce)) >> (the debate will be held at hofstra university... ) the focus of the debate will be on a wide variety of issues including national security, economic growth, and the country's direction. the build up to the 90-minute debate could mean more viewers than carter vs. reagan in 1980./// ((brian loftus))
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marlins pitcher jose fernandez died in a boating accident early sunday morning. the 24 year old, and his two friends, died after their 32-foot boat crashed into a miami jetty. a moment of silence was held baseball game sunday except in miami where the marlins game was cancelled and fans left tributes outside. don mattingly: >> "when you watch kids play little league or something like that, that's the joy jose played with." ((brian loftus)) >> the miami marlins ace was named rookie of the year in 2013 just five years after defecting from cuba. investigators say they did not find any evidence of drugs or alcohol at the scene./// ((brian loftus)) one of the world's greatest golfer's arnold plamer has
king." learned the game from his father who was a greenskeeper at a golf course in pennsylvania. palmer is credited with making the game popular in the 60's and built a fan base known as arnie's army. over the course of his career, palmer would go on to win 62 pga titles and 7 major championships, including 4 masters. palmer was also a savy businessman...he even has a drink named after him./// ((kirsten joyce)) some of the countries most hitting the diamond in the valley for the next few weeks. more than 5 hundred teams are competing in what's being called-- the largest senior softball tournament in the history of the sport. the world masters championships hosts a record number of teams. they range from 40-year-old divisions all the way to 85-year-olds. last year 546 teams were in the tournament now the tournament will span over three weekends. if you're interested in checking it out we've posted the information on our website at las vegas now dot com.///
one person is dead after a man opens fire at a starbucks. how the shooting started . ((kirsten joyce)) >> plus...a man is in jail this morning after a barricade sitiuation. how police finally got him into custody. . ((brian loftus)) >> and...we could be expecting some rain during this week's forecast. sherry is here with the day's weather. ((kirsten joyce)) 8 news now good day, the valley's news leader, starts right now./// ((now, live...this is 8 news now good day.)) ((kirsten joyce)) 8 news now good day, the valley's news leader. i'm kirsten joyce. ((brian loftus)) >> and i'm brian loftus. today, metro police are expected to release more information about the suspect in the deadly shooting and barricade situation at a valley starbucks. ((kirsten joyce)) >> investigators say the situation began at the store near warm springs and rainbow .. sunday around noon .. when the man's credit card was declined at the drive- thru window ... officers say he then went inside and got into an argument with another customer ... whom police say the suspect