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the presidential candidates go toe-to-toe on the big stage. who pundits say came out on top in round one. ((paul joncich)) >> coordinated thefts at life is beautiful... all targeting the same thing: (( i was shocked and overwhelmed )) ((paul joncich)) >> metro's response tonight... after more than 100 people had their phones snatched from their person. ((katie boer)) >> monitoring a chance for showers in your forecast... your most accurate weather now, just ahead on the valley's news leader./// (( donald trump: "hillary has experience, but it's bad experienc." must be something really important, even terrible, that he's trying to hide." )) ((denise valdez)) donald trump and hillary clinton go after each other -- finally -- on the same stage. thanks for joining us live at 11 -- i'm denise valdez. ((paul joncich)) >> and i'm paul joncich in for dave tonight. the long-awaited first presidential debate started off civil, with a handshake... and that's about as friendly as it got. ((denise valdez)) >> the tone quickly turned south -- and jabs came fast and furious. craig boswell is live from
the look. i said she didn't have the stamina. i said she doesn't have the stamina. (hc) "as soon as he travels to 112 countries, and negotiates a peace deal, a ceasefire//or even spends 11 hours testifying before a congressional committee he can talk to me about stamina." clinton also brought up that trump was sued by the justice department in 1973 for not renting apartments to african-american tenants. "he has a long record "we settled the suit with zero.. with no admission of guilt." their next debate is october 9th. >> ((craig boswell)) >> the next time clinton and trump will be back on stage together, they face off in a town hall style debate. craig boswell, hempstead new york... now back to you./// ((paul joncich))
here in nevada were glued to their tv sets for the debate. ((denise valdez)) >> politics now's patrick walker is in the studio tonight... with reaction to this first event between the candidates. patrick? ((patrick walker)) >> likely over 100-million pairs of eyes on tonight's debate. both sides are claiming victory. i had a chance to catch up with democratic congresswoman dina titus immediately after the debate... who said clinton had some zingers that stood out. ((rep. dina titus/(d) las vegas: "maybe my favorite moment was when she said, 'well if you want to sit for 9, 11 hours in front of the benghazi committee and then tell me abo i'll go there.'")) ((patrick walker)) >> clinton and trump traded a number of barbs throughout the evening. when you listen to the pundits... most scored the debate in clinton's favor. but republicans feel their candidate fared well tonight. r-n-c hispanic communications director helen aguirre ferre told me this evening... donald trump was the clear winner. ((patrick walker: how do you think it went for donald trump?" helen aguirre ferre/rnc hispanic communications director: "you know, patrick, when you have a debate like this, that's really
in the first 30 minutes, but not fighting hillary clinton, he came out fighting for the middle class.")) ((patrick walker)) >> that first 30 minutes covered the economy and trade... generally considered one of the stronger subjects for donald trump. clinton hit trump for having many of his products made overseas... and trump... meantime... hit back by saying our current trade deals... like nafta... are bad.... and that clinton had decades to try to come up with something better as someone in public service. ((patrick walker)) >> i want to bring my politics now co-host steve se now. let's start with the obvious... who won tonight? ((steve sebelius))
writes: "clinton won as far as i feel -- trump got nervous when his bankruptcies came up. sure hope she wins." you can join the conversation right now on our facebook page./// ((denise valdez)) 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./// ((paul joncich)) the life is beautiful festival was a blast for thousands of people in downtown las vegas this weekend... but more than 100 others left with a sour taste after becoming victims of crime. brittany edney joins us live to tell us what the thieves got ((brittany edney)) >> some of those victims tell me they were just holding their phone in their hand, just like i am now, when someone just bumped into them, grabbed it and ran away. ((brittany edney)) scores of music fans surround the stage at life is beautiful... but some attendees, like arianna artusa, saw the ugly side of a large scale festival when her phone was suddenly snatched. ((arianna artusa, cell phone was stolen )) "i didn't think someone would just take my phone right
and i was shocked and overwhelmed." ((brittany edney)) her mother says she became a little worried when arianna stopped responding to her texts. ((yvonne artusa, mother)) "i was very nervous for her, only because it's such a crowded area, but i know she's been through so much, she's a tough girl and she can handle herself." ((brittany edney)) life is beautiful just wrapped up its 4th year and metro says they haven't seen a petty theft problem of this magnitude in hadfield, metro police "this is a little bit of an uptick to have this many phones stolen and it would not be typical for this type of event.")) ((brittany edney)) but want people to realize that trying to recover items on your own, may put you at further risk. ((officer larry hadfield, metro police "in regards to safety about theft, don't lose your life over a small piece of technology or something." and advise anyone going to high traffic areas to minimize your belongings and keep them secure. ((officer larry hadfield, metro police " take something that's attachable to your body, or a strap that goes around your
have to put all your stuff down just to buy a soda." cops want to get the message across about phone thefts... can you hear me now? ((arianna artusa, cell phone was stolen )) "i heard how phones were getting stolen from my friends, so i was like okay, i'll wear a fanny pack, i won't put it in my back pocket, or i'll just hold it, but i didn't know someone would take it out of my hand" ((brittany edney)) >> metro also recommends everyone take extra securit phone passcode protected--- so if it does get stolen, it's less likely that someone will have access to your personal information. again, more than 100 people had their phone stolen over the weekend, so a pretty big deal... and metro is still investigating the pretty big deal... and metro is still investigating the case. brittany edney 8 news now. ((denise valdez)) taking a live look outside... mostly clear tonight, but we're keeping our eyes on some rain chances.
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affect mortgage applications, interest rates, even job applications. it's not clear how wells fargo can make this right. they've already been ordered to pay reparations to customers who had phony accounts opened in their names./// ((paul joncich)) >> parents... listen to this. target is pulling the plug on it's "kiddie carts".. for obvious reasons. they were designed to give kids something to do while mom and dad are shopping... but an online movement was quickly started to put them to rest. customers complained of bruised ankles... cart collisions... "vehicle of mass destruction" the carts were being tested in 72 stores over the last few weeks... but clearly will not be rolled out nationwide./// ((katie boer))
we had plenty of sunshine early with increasing clouds moving in from the south this late afternoon and evening. .............. we saw seasonally normal temps. in the low 90s, upper 80s today across the valley. right now current conditions across the region are in the mid 70s to low 80s. looking at your tuesday morning planner watch for temps in the low 70s... mid 70s and climbing by 9am. by lunchtime we'll climb to the mid 80s. ........ yesterday with just a few breezes still lingering in the colorado river valley & western mojave desert. .............. watch for a few incrsg. clouds from south to the north but overall a nice and dry night now with high pressure over the region. more unsettled weather arrives tuesday as an upper low pushes north that = chance of moisture for portions of southern nevada and arizona -- probably a little better chance of that wednesday and lingering through thursday and possibly friday. ............... next weekend: more sunshine and
[ cellphone ringing ] it's just another scandal from danny tarkanian. tarkanian was the corporate lawyer for those with an elaborate scam that tricked hundreds of seniors into donating to fraudulent charities, totaling millions. he refused to pay back $17 million, sticking taxpayers with the bill. why would we ever send danny tarkanian to congress?
but there is no debate when it comes to the runnin' rebels. they're still the biggest show in town. will take this program... but history is on his side. he's worked with rick patino, lon kruger and steve fisher. then as a head coach recruited and built a consistant winner at new mexico state. he pays no attention to those player rankings.. after all he recuited to las cruces new mexico and built a winner. marvin menzies/unlv head coach: ''and i'd like to say it's more about the development then the stars.. pascal who just played for us at new mexico state was a zero star, so we've got to coach 'em up. granted if we could take a highly touted kid who checks the boxes for the type of player i
kid also." ((chris maathuis)) rebels have an attractive schedule with home games against duke and kansas.. and on the road to face oregon. two programs desperately seeking wins hook up this week in las vegas. fresno state used to be boise state before there was a boise state. of college football, beating up on the big boys... but those days are gone. unlv has never 'beat up on the big boys" tim deruyter/fresno state head coach: "they're like us in they're young in system and young talent... as they get seasoned they'll be terrific.. they're good now, but they're searching a little bit because they've got some talent, but they haven't had the success, so they're a little bit like us in a lot of ways. ((chris maathuis)) both teams are also coming off
but fresno got beat by tulsa in double overtime. unlv and fresno kick off saturday at 7:30.. nice tribute to arnold palmer prior to tonight's game in pittsburgh. cubs looking to reach 100 wins for the first time since 1935... a win over the pirates would give em 100. lets go the 6th and former bonanza grad kris bryant (( )) nats ;"deep and gone.: ((chris maathuis)) bryant hits his 39th home run on and his 100th and 101st rbi. in today's 12-2 win. ((chris maathuis)) the pga pros will be swinging in las vegas this fall... shriners have two more years on a contract... it's up in the air after that. but they'll be back and so will the defending champion who was hanging out at top golf today.... smylie kaufman is the defending champ. besides his large pay day for winning in vegas last fall. the biggest thing about winning here was his ticket to play in the masters and he took
smylie kaufman/defending champ: "getting into augusta, getting to play at augusta the masters getting into the final group at the master would never happen if i didn't win in vegas so it was a life changer for me. gary dunwoody/shriners: "a third of the people in the ryder cup are going to play in our tournament, that part helps no matter what time of year it is... but we don' ta as long as we have a date this community and this event we're completely happy": ((chris maathuis)) the tourney has been pushed back two weeks, so it'll be held e means less day light and a smaller field... from 144 players to 132. ((denise valdez)) our strange stories for monday right after this.///
((katie boer)) the police department in lawrence, kansas issued an unusual reminder on twitter this evening... imploring local residents not to call 9-1-1... if they were upset by anything they heard during the presidential debate. the tweet states that they understand emotions run high, but that's not a reason to invoke the police department. happened./// ((paul joncich)) albuquerque deputies say a woman hit a man with her car on purpose... in a fight for a parking spot! it happened outside the route 66 casino. the sheriff's department says the victim was trying to save a space for his wife... and 45-year-old yvonne aragon didn't like that so she plowed right into him. the victim suffered some bruising to his leg. aragon was arrested./// ((denise valdez)) a san jose woman got much
from dominos pizza... thousands of dollars in cash. selena avalos just ordered lunch and found five-grand in deposits that were supposed to go to the bank. she did the right thing and returned the money. now, that franchise is giving her free pizza for a year./// ((paul joncich)) that's all for us live at eleven. >> the late show with stephen colbert is next with rob
>> that concludes our debate this evening, a spirited one. >> stephen: wow, that was some debay. what did you think, ghost of abraham lincoln? >> democracy in action. seemed a little pampered. >> stephen: what do you mean? if my day we didn't have fancy cameras, moderators and antibiotics. all we had was our wits and the snake box, of course. >> stephen: the snake box? any debater winning had to answer the next question with his hands in a box of venomous snakes. kept the debates moving among.