tv 8 News Now Good Day CBS September 27, 2016 6:00am-7:01am PDT
from trade to birtherism, from debate prep to policy: (hillary clinton/(d) presidential nominee) "i have a feeling that by the end of this evening i'm 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 cn (donald trump/(r) presidential nominee) "hillary has experience, but it's bad experience." while clinton cited her experience to counter trump's suggestion that she has no 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,
trump emerged victorious. ((brian loftus)) >> clinton and trump traded a number of barbs throughout the evening 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.
called it the gold standard. you called it the gold standard of trade deals." )) ((nia wong)) >> clinton did say she quote "hoped it would be the gold 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. (( 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." )) ((nia wong)) >> 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.
that nothing -- including an audit -- "prevents individuals from sharing their own tax information." ((nia wong)) >> 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)) the final presidential debate will be held right here in las ve a ((brian loftus)) >> the ticket lottery is now up and running for eligible unlv students. in order to qualify you must be a full time student ... and in good academic standing ... and you cannot have any pending or outstanding student conduct violations. students must apply by october 12th ... the debate will be held the 19th. a limited amount of tickets are available./// ((brian loftus)) 8 news now is your local election headquarters. you can find all things politics both on air and online at las vegas now dot com./// sherry, how's the weather?
............ some high clouds will move in today... but expecting moreill move in 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 south and eventually will push our way. ... highs today up near 90 again
((brian loftus)) metro police are trying to figure out whether the man accused of shooting and killing a person inside starbucks over the weekend ... knew the victim. ((kirsten joyce)) >> this all happened sunday at the starbucks near rainbow and warm springs. the alleged gunman .. 34 year old pedro garcia is due in court r burglary and weapons charges. investigators say garcia went into the store after his card was declined at the drive- thru ... and got into an argument with the 41 year old victim and shot him. police say the victim was not an employee. investigators say garcia then evacuated the business with the crowd .. and even called in a fake suspect description.. but was quickly arrested./// ((kirsten joyce)) meanwhile .. a memorial is growing at the starbucks .. employees were told the coffee shop will reopen today at noon.
counseling session to help employees cope. we spoke with one workers .. who was manning the register when the suspect walked in. william wright describes garcia as suspicious but calm.... and he took cover in a back room with other employees once shots were fired: ((william wright starbucks employee: we were all packed in there. i was calming everyone down saying look it's as simple as that, if he comes in, we bash him. )) ((kirsten joyce)) >> wright says they used a refrigerator to block the door. they stayed in the room for close to an hour until police escorted them out. ((brian loftus)) a las vegas man wil thousand 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 roston lose his job. however... doug gillespie.. the sheriff at the time -- decided that an apology and suspension was enough. in turn.. a handful of those on the board resigned... saying their job was pointless if the sheriff was going to ignore them.///
in about a decade?? ((brian loftus)) >> today's highly anticipated speech ... from the man behind the push. ((kirsten joyce)) plus.. roller coasters .. not just a good time .. but good for your health?? we'll explain more .. coming up on 8 news
now good day./// ((you're watching the valley's news leader... with brian loftus, kirsten
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((kirsten joyce)) tesla and space x ceo musk will announce his long- awaited speech about creating a livable city
on mars. he wants it to happen within a decade... musk is expected to offer more details about a system he's called the "mars colonial transporter," including a massive new rocket and spaceship that could deliver 100 people to the red planet. /// ((brian loftus)) turns out .. roller coaster are more than just for adrenaline junkies .. they're good for your health!
kidney stones. in a recent study .. patients created a model of a kidney using a 3d printer ... killed it with 3 different kidney stones ... and then rode big thunder mountain at disney world .. the researchers found the roller coaster helped jog the stones from the simulated kidney .. and in case you wondered, you get the best results sitting in the back./// ((sherry swensk)) it's the photobomb of a lifetime at this couple's ... check this out ... the two were taking pics in new york's central park .. when tom hanks just happened to be jogging by .. so he stopped to snap some photos with them! they thought it was just a regular person running .. but they realized it was the actor when he ran right up to their group
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loftus)) >> yes! 2 g's, actually! that's because the global gaming expo-- also known as g-2-e -- is underway this week.. ((kirsten joyce)) >> wheel of fortune's vanna white will receive the key to the city during the convention today .. for the 20th anniversary of the slot machines based on the show. ((brian loftus)) >> more players have won jackpots of 1- million dollars
and they've made more than 1- thousand millionaires./// ((kirsten joyce)) >> there's so much happening at g2e .... the world's top gaming leaders are showcasing the future of the industry .. ((brian loftus)) >> we're live with phil o'shaughunessy .. the director of global communications with i-g-t .. the company who makes the wheel of fortune slots. from the sands convention center .. good morning!
((kirsten joyce)) still to come on 8 news now good day.. october is just around the corner ... and so are the holidays! ((brian loftus)) >> michelle mortensen has got you covered .. if you're looking for some seasonal work./// ((kirsten joyce)) the new salami caprese panini from subway. pressed and grilled to cinematic perfection
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everyone still talking about the first presidential debate .. we look at some of the night's biggest moments. ((brian loftus)) >> plus... rain could be on the way .. sherry is tracking the radar in her weather now forecast. ((kirsten joyce)) >> and... more than 100 phones stolen at life is beautiful .. we hear from one woman who had hand. ((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 joining us on 8 news now good day, the valley's news leader. i'm kirsten joyce. ((brian loftus)) >> and i'm brian loftus. with nearly 100 million eyes watching... last night was one of the most-anticipated and viewed presidential debates. ((kirsten joyce)) >> it was a night hard fought and feisty....with both
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: ((trump: "i will release my tax returns /// when she releases her 33,000 emails" )) ((clinton: "it was a miak 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 got our point across. she's not gonna make america
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 cbs' own elaine quijano. ((kirsten joyce)) ((kirsten joyce)) country were glued to the debate .. several
watch parties were held here in town. ((brian loftus)) >> some -- like nevada state senator pat spearman-- were critical about how the moderator, lester holt, handled the debate. (( "it's that imbalance if you will. that is mind boggling because my fear is people will spin it in a way that since he didn't fall down, he won, and that's not true." )) ((kirsten joyce)) >> a lot of the other comments we heard ..
clouds already slipping into the valley this morning. ............ some high clouds will move in today... but expecting more tonight and tomorrow with that chance of rain. ...... temps right now near 70 degrees and still dry. .......... drying to break through that ridge of high pressure down south and eventually will push our way. ... highs today up near 90 again today. michael , how are the
killed in her home has been identified. the coroner says the victim was 30- year old amanda kaplan. metro police say she died after being stabbed early saturday morning ... at her home near sunset and boulder highway. three children were at home at the time... those kids are now in the care of child protective services. henderson pokice arrested 48 year old michael kaplan... who was living with her at the time.. henderson police had not been called to the home for any
((kirsten joyce)) we're learning more about yesterday morning's house fire in henderson that displaced 2 people. fire investigators say it all started from an unattended candle. neighbors and a henderson police officer patrolling the area spotted the fire near gibson and 215. firefighters were able to put it out fairly quickly. a woman suffered minor injuries on her hands... the cause of the fire has been deemed accidental... with damages close to 400- thousand dollars. /// ((brian loftus)) new calls for change in >> the city leaders protesters want to resign ... after a deadly police shooting. ((brian loftus)) plus.. new details in the shooting spree in houston .. the lawyer that police say opened fire .. and why he did it. ((kirsten joyce)) plus every wednesday, we ask the sheriff questions from the viewers in our morning cup of joe segment in the 6am hour. to submit a question... just go to las vegas now dot com... and look for the "don't miss" section. we'll be right back on 8 news now good day./// ((you're watching the valley's news leader...
congressman heck's become part of the problem in washington. heck voted to protect perks for politicians like himself, allowing congressmen to travel on private jets at taxpayer expense and voted members of congress, like himself, taxpayer-funded healthcare for life. heck even voted to allow congressmen to take their pay during a government shutdown. congressman heck is what's wrong with washington.
this is 8 news now good day)) ((kirsten joyce)) a rare piece of mob history going on display at the mob museum tomorrow. ... al capone's revolver. it was confiscated in an arrest c the gun changed hands several times .. ultimately ending up in the possession of another criminal 78 years after it was took from capone. it was eventually seized and forfeited to the irs in 2004. it will go on display to the public tomorrow morning./// sherry how's the weather today?
that will last a while... a few high clouds right now and that will last a while... a few high clouds right now and that will last a while... until high clouds slide in from the east and then more clouds tomorrow and a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms tomorrow and thursday. ...... pollen still low to moderate around southern nevada. our normal high is 89 for late september and that's where we'll be today. no more 100s likely for the year.
((brian loftus)) nine people are recovering... after a houston, texas lawyer opened fire in his neighborhood. po randomly at drivers... and was wearing historic military- style clothing... that had a nazi emblem as well as military items dating back to civil war. investigators say they also found a car full of weapons near the shooting scene. police were able to kill the man... a woman in the area heard the gunshots.... and seconds later heard tires screeching from her husband's car from outside their apartment: (( jen melida/husband shot at: "i called and asked, did you see the shooter? he said, i'm hit, i'm hit jen. he's crying i'm crying, we're going to hysterics."))
the six was one of the six people sent to the hospital. she says he had glass in his eyes... but is expected to recover. the shooting investigation has been turned over to the f-b-i./// ((kirsten joyce)) charlotte police took several protesters into custody... for the seventh straight night. in one week, police have arrested 70 people since protests started. the demonstrations come after the shooting death of a black man.. by a black police officer. police say the gf in a city council meeting, protest organizers are calling the police chief to resign... as well as the city's mayor. some children were also at the meeting... saying how they're afraid to step outside their home: (( "it's a shame that our mothers and fathers are killed and we can't even see them anymore." "we shouldn't have to protest because y'all are treating us wrong. we do this because we need to and have rights."
shooting have led to violence and at least one death. north carolina was also forced to declare a state emergency... and put a curfew into place. /// ((kirsten joyce)) this comes as the justice department just awarded 20- million dollars for body cams. the money is going to more than 100- state, city, local and tribal law enforcement agencies .. it will be used to establish new or enhance existing body camera programs. the attorney general says the accountability and promote transparency between officers and the community./// ((brian loftus)) hard to believe .. but we're already talking holidays.. ((kirsten joyce)) >> coming up next on 8 news now good day.. michelle mortensen shows us the companies looking for seasonal employees a little sooner than normal .. in today's 8 on your side. plus... (( ahead on cbs this morning-- we'll fact check the candidates and hear from undecided voters after last night's debate. plus we'll talk with both vice presidential nominees- tim kaine and mike pence. and- facebook executive sheryl sandberg is in studio 57. the news is back in the morning. see you
looking to hire workers for the holidays. ((brian loftus)) >> consumer advocate michelle mortensen shows us the early opportunities in today's on your side report. ((michelle mortensen)) now hiring for the holidays. industries affected by the gift-giving season -- have announced big plans to hire seasonal workers. people who typically get paid hourly -- and work from november through january. target says -- for the fourth year in a row -- it wants o its stores. the big box store is expecting more online orders this year -- so it wants to hire an additional 75-hundred people to work in the distribution and fulfillment facilities. that's roughly one thousand more people than last year. toys r us is also pushing to hire thousands of seasonal workers. and it could translate into something more permanent for some hires. the company says 15-to-20 percent of holiday workers in recent years keep working even
the help. u-p-s plans to add about 95 thousand workers. that's about 2 thousand more people than last year. the company says over the last three years -- nearly 40 percent of seasonal workers have been hired permanently. if you need a job -- go online. many companies have websites specifically to hire seasonal workers. want to apply for one of these gigs? get online now and go to their websites. but if you prefer to do things in person ... the good news ta are us will host hiring events in their stores next month. macy's is holding it's hiring event on friday septmeber 30th ... but you need to sign up for an in person interview online before hand. and kohls announced they'll be hiring 64 thousand positions as well. so if you want a seasonal job ... there are plenty of places looking to hire. i'm michelle mortensen. ((brian loftus)) >> if you have a consumer problem you'd like michelle to look into.. call the 8 on your side hotline
september and that's where we'll be today. no more 100s likely 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. ---live look at a brush fire in santa cruz, california --started monday quickly spread to more than 1,000 acres last night
news now they were just holding their phone in their hand... when someone just bumped into them, grabbed it and ran away. ((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" )) ((kirsten joyce)) >> metro recommends everyone put a passcode on their phone in case it does ever get stolen... the crook can't get your information./// normally prince george is quite the ham .. but apparently he isn't a fan of the canadian kind ... ((kirsten joyce)) >> the tot's humorous meeting with prime minister justin trudeau./// ((kirsten joyce)) the markets just opened
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and right now, the dow is up 34 points. it dropped 166 points yesterday and the nasdaq fell 48./// ((brian loftus)) this photo of the first lady and former president george w bush is going viral.. the two were cheesin' and hugging it out over the weekend at the opening of the national museum of african american history and culture. the first families are faily close despite being in different
expressed gratitude to the bushs' kindness during their transition into the white house and the families have grown closer over the years./// ((kirsten joyce)) canadian prime minister justin trudeau is known for people fawning over him because of his good looks ... but that doesn't phase prince george. this weekend .. prince william introduced the royal tot to trudeau .. who tried to give a high five .. but it looked like it was probably nap time because the 3- year- old wasn't having it. prince george and his little sister u while their parents will remain in canada on business the rest of the week./// thanks for joining us. "c-b-s this morning" starts right now.///
((kirsten joyce)) ((kirsten joyce)) good morning september 27 theth, 2016. donald trump and hillary clinton clash over taxes, and who is more undecided voters from the battleground state of pennsylvania show us how it influences their decisions. >> why do police officers with questionable pasts keep getting hired. we investigate the gypsy cops still patrolling america's streets. >> we begin this morning with a look at today's eye opener, your