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>> the alleged gunman .. 34 year old pedro garcia is due in court tomorrow for murder, robbery, 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. ((lyle/comes to this starbucks regularly: work here, who i see every single day and that know me by name. so i hope nothing bad happened to any of them." )) >> metro police are trying to figure out if garcia may have known the victim before this attack. ((nia wong)) >> starbucks workers tell 8 news now the company is having a counseling session to help employees cope. reporting live from the southwest. nia wong 8 news now. ((brian loftus)) >> nia we know this is all still developing out there... but can you describe the mood among customers and employees? ((nia
sherry... we've had some first full week of fall... so does that mean we're officially done with the heat? ((sherry swensk)) plenty of sunshine through the morning - you can see just a hint of high clouds sneaking into the south end of the valley right at the lunch hour now. .............. more high clouds will move in today...
nominees are back on the campaign trail today in battleground states... fresh off of their first debate. hillary clinton will be in north carolina while donald trump heads to florida. jamie yuccas has reaction to last night's face-off. she's in hempstead, new york where the debate was held. trump: our country is suffering like secretary clinton have made such bad decisions clinton: well, donald, i know you live in your own reality both sides are claiming victory after last night's bruising presidential debate. donald trump questioned whether hillary clinton is fit to serve as president... (trump) she doesn't have the look, she doesn't have the stamina while clinton suggested the businessman won't release his tax returns because he has something to hide. (clinton) maybe he doesn't want the american people, all of you watching tonight, to know that
this morning, clinton told reporters she was thrilled with the debate and said the choice is clear. (clinton) his demeanor his temperament, his behavior on the stage can be seen by everybody people can draw their own conclusions (mike pence/republican nominee for vice-president) donald trump demonstrated the restraint and the temperament that the american people know is required for the presidency. (jamie yuccas/cbs news, hempstead, ny) the widely-watched debate was an opportunity for the candidates to both energize their base and convince the remaining undecided voters. cbs news contributor and republa voters what they thought of trump's debate performance strong start weak finish. missed opportunites bombastic and clinton's prepared firm, powerful same old same old the candidates next debate is scheduled in saint louis on october 9th. jamie yuccas, cbs news, hempstead, new york. ((brian loftus)) >> the vice presidential debate between tim kaine and mike pence is a week from today. it will be moderated by cbs' own elaine quijano.
country were glued to the debate .. several watch parties were held
here in town. 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." )) ((brian loftus)) >> a lot of the other comments we heard .. were from people asking about rebounding the economy and creating j ((brian loftus)) the final presidential debate will be held right here in las vegas at the thomas and mack. the ticket lottery is now up and running for eligible u-n-l-v 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. we've posted a link to the student lottery on our website... las vegas now dot com... just look for the links we mentioned section./// ((brian loftus))
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things politics both on air and online at las vegas now dot com./// ((brian loftus)) coming up... an alert for international travelers. why some countries are turning away passports as folks get ready to take off on their vacations. plus... las vegas's newest concert venue officially has an opening date.. and opening act. that's coming up on the valley's news leader./// ((you're watching the valley's news leader with
((brian loftus)) those of you planning to travel out of the country soon... listen up. some nations might not accept your passport. the soderlund family found this out the hard way. their european vacation... they hit a bump in the road while trying to check in for a flight to france. they were scheduled to come home in june... and their passports were good through august... but many countries in europe require passports to be valid up to six months beyond your return date. travel experts say countries do this in case of an unexpected stay: (( johnny jet/travel expert - "let's say you're in an accident and all of a sudden you're in a hospital for a few months. they don't want to deal with someone who doesn't have a valid passport." )) ((brian loftus)) getting a passport
can take eight days.... but the soderlunds got lucky and went to their local passport agency and were able to get a new one in just hours. for a list of which countries require specific time periods for passports... just go to the state department's u-s passport website./// ((brian loftus)) maybe flying isn't your thing... and you'd rather drive. gas prices are still low compared to year's past... but you could still end up paying more at the pump. the e-p-a says gas mileage estimates for about one-third of new vehicles sold in the u-s will fall by about a mile per gallon. loading up on options that drag on engines...like heated seats. people are also using more air conditioning, and driving faster./// ((brian loftus)) up next... nasa is still hoping to find a place for us to live... away from earth. see why the moon in this photo shows astronomers....t hat it could, one day, harbor life./// ((you're watching 8
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where humans can live. this is a photo taken by the hubble telescope... of jupuiter's moon "europa". astronomers say the light blue area on the photo shows a plume of water erupting from it's ice-covered surface. that means future missions may not requre drilling through miles of ice. the oceans there have twice as much water as earth... and the moon is considered one of the most promising places to harbor life in our solar system.///
last through most of the afternoon... until more high clouds slide in from the east and south. .............. temps are in the 80s and near 90 for some east side valley neighborhoods. ............ outside the valley mesquite is warm in the low 90s... otherwise lots of 80s. ................. then increasing clouds that will
possible thunderstorms. ...... our normal high is 89 for late september and that's where we'll be today. no more 100s likely 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. ............ we're still sneezing at pollen like ragweed and sage. fall is a pollen season - much like spring. ................ high pressure dominates the west and most of central plains - then low pressure over baja will head north and pull up the moisture over texas.
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news now at noon.)) ((brian loftus)) welcome back... just yesterday... the greater las vegas association of real another home to a local family. it's the 13-th since the two partnered a few years back. here to talk about that partnership is scott beaudry from the glvar and meg delor from habitat for humanity. scott... tell us about why you decided to work with the nonprofit. meg...
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to take away their funding. heck even threatened to shut down the federal government to eliminate funding for planned parenthood. shutting down the government... taking away access to lifesaving care... just to score political points. joe heck should be ashamed. women vote is responsible for the content of this advertising. months.. since the t-mobile arena and the park opened on the strip. and soon, the park theater
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