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i'm brian loftus. ((kirsten joyce)) >> and i'm kirsten joyce. hillary clinton and donald trump faced off in one of the most highly anticipated presidential debates in history. ((brian loftus)) >> it was hard fought... with the candidates taking a stance on key issues... like the economy, national security, and topics of race. dianne gallagher joins us live hillary clinton and donald trump pulled no punches during their first debate. they clashed over everything from trade to birtherism, from debate prep to policy: they clashed over everything from trade to birtherism, from debate prep to policy: (hillary clinton/(d) presidential nominee) "i have a feeling that
going to be blamed for everything that's ever happened." (voice of donald trump/(r) presidential nominee) quick "why not?" (hillary clinton/(d) presidential nominee) quick "why not, yeah!" trump slammed her on emails. (donald trump/(r) presidential nominee) "that was more than a mistake, that was done purposely ok, that was not a mistake, that was done purposely." and they bickered over his tax returns. (hillary clinton/(d) presidential nominee) "he didn't pay any federal income tax." (voice of donald trump/(r) presidential nominee) quick "that makes me smart." trump portrayed clinton as a washington insider. (donald trump/(r) presidential nominee) "hillary has experience, but it's bad experience." while clinton cited her experience to counter trump's endurance. (hillary clinton/(d) presidential nominee) "as soon as he travels to 112 countries and negotiates a peace deal, a ceasefire, a release of dissidence, and opening of new opportunities in nations around the world...or even spends 11 hours testifying in front of a congressional committee, he can talk to be about stamina." viewers gave the night to clinton. according to a cnn-orc poll, 62-percent of voters who watched the debate thought clinton won, while just 27-percent thought trump emerged victorious.
trump traded a number of barbs througho kirsten joyce >> but just how accurate were their jabs? 8 news now reporter nia wong joins us live in studio with some of the heated topics of the night. nia? ((nia wong)) >> that first 30 minutes covered the economy and trade... generally considered one of the stronger subjects for donald trump. trump brought up clinton's record... noting that she once favored the trans-pacific partnership before opposing it. (((donald trump / (r) presidential nominee) "you called it the gold standard. you called it the gold standard of trade deals." ))
standard." she said this at a democratic primary debate in vegas last october. howoever when the full details of the deal became available that now it quote "didn't meet her standards."...and she no longer support the tpp. later in the night....clinton shot back at trump for a lack of transparency...e specially when it came to not releasing his taxes. (((hillary clinton / (d) presidential nominee ) "the only years that anybody's ever seen were a couple years when he had to turn them over to state authorities when he was trying to get a casino license." )) >> trump claims his lawyers say he shouldn't release them. but in a letter from his lawyers....they do not say his taxes should not be released. trump's tax returns from 2002 through 2008 are closed by an agreement with the irs. audits for years 2009 and forward are ongoing. an irs spokesperson also told the washington post that nothing -- including an audit -- "prevents individuals from sharing their own tax
>> trump has said he plans to release them against what he claimed were his lawyers wishes. brian and kirsten? ((brian loftus)) >> did trump say when he plans to release his tax returns? ((nia wong)) >> last night on stage he claimed he would only do that when clinton releases her 33,000 deleted e-mails. brian. ((kirsten joyce)) right now.. we want to get a check on your forecast. ((brian loftus)) that. ((sherry swensk)) beautifully clear skies this morning - you can see the stars
it's been almost six months.. since the t-mobile arena and the park opened on the strip. and soon, the park theater will open up its doors. the park theater tweeted this photo yesterday... saying it will open its doors sometime in december, but no official date just yet. and we'll also find out later today.. which lucky performance will be the first to hit the stage. /// sherry how's the weather today? ((sherry swensk))
morning - you can see the stars and a sliver of moon in the east. ............ a few high clouds will move in today... but expecting more tonight and tomorrow with that chance of rain. ...... and still dry. .......... you can see the moisture still drying to break through that ridge of high pressure down
((brian loftus)) police have identified the man... accused of shooting inside a local starbucks... that left one person dead. the suspect is 34- year-old pedro crime. police say garcia went through the starbucks drive thru, near rainbow and warm springs... had his card denied... and that's when he parked his car, went inside, and got into an argument with another customer. police say he pulled a gun, shot the victim... and then threatened to shoot others. he was later spotted evacuating the building... until a witness pointed him out to police. last night, all the starbucks employees at the location received a counseling session... to help them cope with the
off flowers: i live 2 minutes away. i come here all the time. so um, i just, it just sadden me, made me heavy so i just wanted to add a drop of light to, to the world i guess." william wright starbucks employee: i just thought this guy was gonna come in like a normal customer and buy a drink but it just goes to show you, you need to be more aware.)) ((brian loftus)) the motive behind this shooting is still unclear... later today, the starbucks store will re-open to customers at noon. garcia is also expected to make his f /// ((kirsten joyce)) walt disney is looking to possibly buy a popular social media website... the platform that's suddenly starting to peak their interest. ((brian loftus)) >> plus -- best buy wants to help out small businesses. how start- ups will be able to highlight their products to customers... right after the break on the valley's news leader. /// you're watching 8 news
horner: i was proud to stand for our country. i will not stand for congressman hardy and donald trump insulting seniors and veterans. hardy wants to raise the retirement age and said seniors who rely on programs like social security are a draw on government and the disabled are a drain on society. they're just not for us.
highway gas mileage is changing for newer vehicles... ((kirsten joyce)) >> and, best buy is helping start- ups get on their feet... jill wagner joins us live from wall street. good morning brian and kirsten! markets are getting a post- debate bounce this morning. yesterday... the dow fell 166 points. the nasdaq dropped 48 points.// twitter is reportedly getting close to a sale. shares rose another 3 percent on reports disney is looking to buy twitter... on friday... shares surged 21 percent... after word that salesforce and google parent company alphabet are putting together bids.
complaining about their front loader washing machines... ((kirsten joyce)) >> they say there's a really bad smell or slimy mold... you could be eligible for some cash back. ginger allen explains. this was supposed to make your life easier and your clothes cleaner but some customers say these frontload washing machines caused their clothes and their (michael vogler/owns front loading machine) "you could say it was a clothes spoiler instead of a clothes washer." michael vogler is one of many consumers upset about what he discovered hidden inside of here.. (michael vogler/owns front loading machine) "it was black and slimy. this is stained and permeated in the rubber." water can get trapped in the rubber gasket on the door of a front loader, leading to mold. nowclass action lawsuits against many frontload
whirlpool, kenmore or maytag front-loading machine between 2001 and 2010, you could be entitled to a $50 cash payment, a rebate on your next machine, or reimbursement for your repairs. if you bought an l-g between 2002 and 2006, you could receive $35 or a cash rebate on your next front loader. in order to qualifyyou must opt into these lawsuits by october. if you have another brand...there are also class actions still pending against some of the other manufc news, dallas. ((brian loftus)) dozens of thefts were
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key topics discussed. ((brian loftus)) >> plus -- c-c-s-d will soon get a new organizational team. the process parents will be going through... to be selected as a member. ((kirsten joyce)) >> and, the chances for rain look pretty good for the valley.
in her weather now forecast. ((brian loftus)) >> 8 news now good day, the valley's news leader, starts right now./// ((now, live...this is 8 news now good day.)) ((kirsten joyce)) >> thanks for waking up with us, i'm kirsten joyce. with nearly 100 million eyes watching... with nearly 100 million eyes watching... last night was one of the most-anticipated and viewed presidential debates. ((brian loftus)) feisty....with both candidates taking jabs at each other on hot topics. 8 news now nia wong gives us a recap. ((nia wong)) >> we've got a little more than 40 days until we hit the polls. and candidates are on the campaign trail today. both touting themselves as the winners of that debate at hofstra university. ((trump: "hillary has experience, but it's bad experience." )) ((clinton: "i know you live in your own reality." )) the debate focused on many topics voters have heard before:
((clinton: "it was a mistake, and i take responsibility for that." )) topics of race, national security and jobs dominated on the stage. but it was the sometimes awkward and pointed attacks that are making headlines. ((trump: "i don't believe she does have the stamina. to be president of this country, you need tremendous stamina.")) ((clinton: "a man who can be provoked by a tweet should not have his fingers anywhere near the nuclear codes." )) afterward, trump reacted to his performance. ((trump: "i thought we she's not gonna make america great again. /// she has been saying these things for years, and nothing ever happens. )) while hillary clinton stopped by a nearby watch party. ((clinton: "we were able to talk about what we wanna do to get the economy to work for everybody, not just those at the top! " )) the candidates are back on the trail today in battleground states -- clinton in north carolina.. and trump in florida. ((nia wong)) >> this was one of three presidential debates. the candidates will face off again on october 9th in st. louis. the first vice presidential debate takes place a week from today, and that's moderated by
many of you were commenting which presidential candidate you thought won the debate. angel says, "i swear i was hoping trump gave me something to vote for him, because i wasn't voting at all... but he almost for sure guaranteed my vote that it will go to hillary..." if you'd like to join the conversation... just go to our 8 news now facebook page. brian, kirsten? ((kirsten joyce)) right now.. we want to get a check on your forecast. ((brian loftus)) >> hi sherry, how's the weather looking today? ((sherry swensk))
((rebecca reed-shenk, ccsd parent i'm really excited)) ((sharie johnson)) ccsd parents like rebecca reed-shenk already have ideas they would fight for if selected to be on an organizational team. this mom says wants to see more technology in schools. ((rebecca reed-shenk, ccsd parent in the workforce everyone's using it, if their not using it in school how are they gonna be ready for it outside of school )) ((sharie johnson)) each school organizational team will develop the budget and school performance plan. chosen. parents will be selected through a voting process established by the school's parent association. if one doesn't exist, the principal will lead it. teachers and staff will be chosen by their respective associations-- while the student body votes for the student. as for parents, the voting process at many schools will be done by nevada's pta. david flat is president. ((david flat, nevada pta president this is exciting, parents will now get an actual piece, be able to see what the budgets are, what does a principal do, how can we make their school better
((brian loftus)) >> that was sharie johnson reporting. parents will serve one year beginning october first of each year. educators hope the end result will be higher student achievement./// ((brian loftus)) charlotte protesters want change.. after police fatally shoot a black man. ((kirsten joyce)) >> the outcry from one young child.. explaining how frustrating and upset this situation has become. /// ((you're watching the valley's news leader... with brian loftus, kirsten joyce, sherri swensk and demetria obilor.
dollars as part of a settlement from metro. lawrence gordon was shot nearly 4 years ago when officer jacquar roston mistook a shiny sticker on gordon's hat... for a gun. following an investigation -- a metro's use of force board reccommended officer roston lose his job. however... doug gillespie.. the sheriff at the time -- decided that an apology and suspension was enough. in turn.. on the board resigned... saying their job was pointless if the sheriff was going to ignore them./// ((brian loftus)) an active shooter situation in houston, texas... turned to be a lawyer opening fire in his own neighborhood... injuring nine people police did shoot and kill the man... this morning, one of the victims remains in critical condition... mary moloney reports. the start of the work week turned into a real-life nightmare for people living in this southwest houston neighborhood.
police and firefighters rushed to the scene (dwayne ready/ hpd homicide captain) multiple officers engaged the suspect who was shooting randomly at passerbys, as well as anybody he could put his sights on. all together we had 5 hpd officers, that's houston, 3 bel air officers and 1 westn university police officer discharge their weapons at the suspect in the ensuing exchange of gun fire. a nearby parking lot became a triage scene where first responders treated the wounded. all of the nine survive. the mayor has identified the alleged shooter as attorney nathan desai. ( martha montalvo/ acting houston police chief) the information we have at this time is that he is a lawyer and there were issues concerning his law firm. investigators found nazi emblems among his personal effects and a car full of weapons near the scene. (dwayne ready/ hpd homicide captain) "the suspect had two weapons on him at the time, either on his person or in his car that he was standing nearby at the time of this incident. one of
handgun, the other is a .45 semi automatic thompson carbine, commonly known as a 'tommy gun.' it's also a .45 round. also as the scene was nearly 2,600 live rounds of ammunition." the f-b-i is assisting in the investigation. mary moloney reporting. ((kirsten joyce)) the charlotte city council met in a tense meeting... in the wake of the deadly police shooting. change... and refused to stand for the pledge of allegiance. the talks escalated when protesters called out the city council members as incompetent.. and a complete failure. more than 50 people of all ages spoke against the police killing of keith scott. some children were also there... who say they're now afraid to step outside of their homes: (( zianna oliphant/protester: "i am born and raised in charlotte and i never felt this way until now ... and i can't stand how we are treated and it's a shame that our mothers and fathers are killed and we can't even see them anymore."
>> in the meeting, speaker after speaker called for the resignation of mayor roberts... and also of the city's police chief. however the meeting kicked off the very first speaker of the night expressed support for the police chief. /// ((brian loftus)) if you've ever had a question you wanted to ask someone in law enforcement... let us know lombardo questions from you, every wednesday... during our segment, morning cup of joe. to submit a question... just go to las vegas now dot com... and look for the "don't miss" section. you can find out if your question was chosen.. every wednesday between 6:30 and 7 a-m./// let's take a look on the roads with demetria. /// let's send it over to demetria for a check of traffic./// ((demetria obilor)) - crash at rainbow & trop.
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life is beautiful in downtown las vegas... but dozens of people are calling police.. because their phones were stolen. ((kirsten joyce)) >> police say more than one hundred people had their phones stolen -when someone would bump into them, grab it... and run away. metro police say they haven't seen this big of a theft problem in the past years.. but are reminding you that recovering items on your own.. can put you at risk: o regards to safety about theft, don't lose your life over a small piece of technology or something." " take something that's attachable to your body, or a strap that goes around your shoulder or something like that and just have it so you don't have to put all your stuff down just to buy a soda." )) ((kirsten joyce)) >> police also say to have a passcode on your phone.. so no one can access your personal information. /// ((kirsten joyce)) right now.. we want to get a check on your forecast. ((brian loftus))
((sherry swensk)) clear skies right now and that will last a while... until high clouds slide in from the east and south. .............. then more clouds tomorrow and a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms tomorrow and thursday. ...... our normal high is 89 for late september and that's where we'll be a for the year. it would be unusual to hit 100 in october. ............ then breezy winds come this weekend and that will cool us back to the mid 80s again for our first weekend of october. ((sherry swensk))
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