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script:) hillary clinton celebrated her debate performance with a mid-day rally in raleigh, north carolina. (sot - pipe 1, 13:32:56) "did anybody see that debate last night?" cheers // "one down, two to go!" her rival, republican nominee donald trump, was also upbeat in another battleground state, during a roundtable meeting in miami's little havana. (sot pipe 4, 14:05:16) "it just just a fascinating period of time and i think we did very well. we won virtually every poll... every poll..." last night's debate saw both candidates sound off on a variety to job growth, as well as on each other's controversial issues. (sot - 21:33:23) dt - " i will release my tax returns when she releases her 33-thousand emails she deleted." // (sot - 21:35:35) hc - "it must be something really important even terrible that he's trying to hide." (standup bridge:) the candidates have just six weeks left to convince undecided voters to support them on election day. heading into the debate, clinton led trump in polls about who is most qualified, and who has the
trump is continuing to reach out to latinos. (sot pipe 4, 14:30:28) "'we're leading florida, right now by pretty good numbers, and we're doing that because of the hispanic community to a large extent." while clinton goes after (sot 14:00:45) "what kind of person would want to root for 9 mililon families losing homes//one who shouldn't be president." their next debate is october ninth. york. ((denise valdez)) >> neilsen says more than 81 million people tuned in to the debate, making it the largest audience ever for a political debate./// ((denise valdez)) americans are not the only one's chiming in on last night's debate--- it got a lot of international attention as well. asians and russians say the candidates misrepresented relations between their country and the u-s. in london... where betting is part of the culture like here...
clinton as the clear winner ... with two-to-five odds she'll be the next president. and while some students in beijing feel trump would do a better job as president... they thought hillary performed the best at last night's debate. (("i personally like trump's character, and he feels like a fighter. but from the performance, i think clinton was more like a mature politician". )) ((denise valdez)) >> and as the critiques continue to roll in... one egyptian diplomat summed it up as "boring" ... saying both candidates lacked leadership and charisma. ((denise valdez)) donald trump said stop and frisk tactics help reduce crime. trump pointed to new york where the tactics have been used. hillary clinton slammed the strategy as ineffective. so who's right and who's wrong--- tom foreman looked into it. donald trump says if you're going to keep crime under control police might want to bring back more stop and frisk tactics which he said worked like a charm. hillary clinton says not so
nominee) we have to bring back law and order. now whether or not in a place like chicago you do stop and frisk which world very well. mayor giuliani is here. worked very well in new york. it brought the crime rate way down. but you take the gun away from criminals that shouldn't be having it. (hillary clinton/(d) presidential nominee) stop and frisk was found to be unconstitutional and in part because it was ineffective. it did not do what it needed to do. so who's right about thi w we do know from 2002 to 2011 new york really, really stepped up the number of stop and frisk stops by police officers there and crime did go down-- but it did not seem to go down proportional to this kind of an increase. just as importantly, out of about 5 million or more stops during roughly that period of time, guns were found when people were stopped less than 1% of the time, far less-- and when stop and frisk was stopped the crime rate continued to
that donald trump's claims about this one are false and hillary clinton's claims are true. ((paul joncich)) the second debate is expected to feature questions from voters. it will happen october 9th in st. louis. and the final debate will happen right here in the valley at the thomas mack on october 19th./// ((paul joncich)) and remember we are your local election headquarters keeping you up to date with all races that matter to you... on air and online at las vegas now dot com./// ((denise valdez)) metro police incestigating a deadly stabbing. we're told police were called to 12-30 this afternoon but was unable to locate anyone. moments later they got a call about a stabbing victim at mountain vista hospital. that victim later died. right now homicide detectives are working to locate where the stabbing happened./// ((denise valdez)) just hours ago the man who was shot following a deadly shooting at a valley starbucks was identified. coroner's say his name is aleksandr khutsishvili. today the store re-opened for the first time since the deadly crime saturday. nia wong has the story. pkg: yesterday a small
as a growing wildfire threatens remote communities in the santa cruz mountains. we're told the loma fire has scorched on thousand acres--- and has destroyed at least one home. the fire broke out monday amid a heat wave... on the southern edge of santa clara county just 30 miles south of san jose. officials say 300 buildings near the fire have been evacuated. at last check... the fire was only five percent contained./// ((denise valdez)) while the threat of really need is some rain to help battle the fire. scattered showers here in the valley. ((paul joncich)) >> tedd florendo joins us with more on the possibilities of rain and how long the chances could linger. ((tedd florendo)) ((( skies are starting to cloud up a little from the south and we see some moisture come in from mexico. some points south seeing a few light passing showers right now with only slight possiblities for the region tonight. we see temps cooler than yesterday and winds remaining light for now. dewpoints and humidity still remain quite low but will go up tomorrow as more moisture works
.................. tonight expect temps staying warm to mild. cool by wednesday morning with more clouds developing and shower chances tomorrow. tonight clouds will increase but winds will remain light for the most part. then expecting temps to be nice and mild by the 11pm newscast. we'll have a complete update on what to expect tomorrow coming up in full weather.
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 congressman heck is what's wrong with washington. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising. i'm catherine cortez masto and i approve this message. they're bringing drugs, they're bringing crime, they're rapists. narrator:
and joe heck says "i have high hopes we'll see donald trump become president." i don't know what i said, aah... narrator: heck says he "completely supports" trump. i would bomb the [bleep] out of them.
on the nuclear button? heck: i do. reporter: why do you say that? heck: why wouldn't
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pounds of cooked chicken nuggets. the u-s-d-a says if you bought a five-pound bag of fully cooked panko chicken nuggets with a "use by" date of july 18th, 2017 -- throw it away or return it to the store you bought it from. the recall comes after a customer reported finding "foreign material" in the chicken. the u-s-d-a says it may have come from a round, hard plastic rod used to connect a plastic there are no reports of anyone being hurt./// ((denise valdez)) today florida governor rick scott toured a massive sinkhole. the visit comes a day after scott directed the florida department of environmental protection to issue an emergency rule that any incidents of pollution must be publicized within 24-hours. the three-hundred- foot-deep sinkhole dumped appeared in a
million gallons of contaminated water into the state's aquifer. it took officials three weeks to notify the public--- and the governor has called for a full investigation. ((if anybody's done anything wrong, we're going to hold them accountable... the most important thing, i think, for all of us is, my family lives here, is that all of our water is safe to drink. we expect everybody in our state to have safe water: )) ((denise)) >> the governor will also propose legislation next year to turn that ((paul joncich)) a new aviation agreement being hailed as a new chapter in north american aviation history. an agreement is in the works between the u-s and mexico. --- and is expected to significantly increase the number of flights between the two countries. under this bilateral deal... mexican air companies are all vying for increased access to u.s. destinations, having already requested 100 new routes into the country. on the flip side... u.s. airlines have already been
they already make to mexico's best-known beach resorts (("in mexico, 90 percent of air traffic today is concentrated in five airports: cancun, puerto vallarta and los cabos, which clearly have a tourist profile for pleasure travel.)) ((paul joncich)) the agreement will not affect the number of flights to mexico city's already congested benito juarez international airport. a plan is underway to build a new nine billion dollar airport just outside mexico city by 2020./// ((denise valdez)) heavy rain cause what could be the worst flood in the state's history. ((paul joncich)) >> coming up on the valley's news leader... we explain why officials say one city is still in a "waiting game."/// announcer: you're
than 10-thousand residents of cedar rapids are evacuating after severe floods. hours ago the cedar river crested just below 22 feet... one foot lower than expected. ((paul joncich)) >> and today the national weather service extended the flood warnings until sunday. iowa's national guard has deployed more than four-hundred
crested... city officials say the biggest problem is with their storm drains. instead of moving water from the streets to the river... it's doing the opposite. (( what we're doing is enforcing our stand pipes with the contractor bringing in clay, reinforcing and that will allow our pumps to pump the water back over the heskcale wall and get the water to receede off the streets.)) ((paul joncich)) residen curfews restricting their access to areas affected by flood warnings. according to the cedar rapids police chiefthis curfew will likely remain in effect until the flooding subsides. toss to weather ((tedd florendo)) ((( clouds have now taken over
through the evening as well as moisture continues to sneak in from the south and east. showers have been mainly light for the most part but we're expecti ................................ ... ........... temps stay warm to mild on this tuesday but most of the area seeing light winds and temps close to normal today. dewpoints and humidity are up with slight chances this evening with maybe a few spits of rain in the forecast for this evening. temps stay mild through the evening as well. ................................ ... ............ temps have been close to 90 for the east side of the valley where it's lower in elevation. the eastside had the warmest temps this afternoon but they stayed just near our normal 90 degree temps for this time in september. far west side of the valley stayed cooler with temps in the high 80's and far northwest part of town along with kyle canyon stayed coolest today. ..........
looking cool up in the pacific northwest with warmer temps in the desert southwest. northern tier states cooling off with temps only in the mid 50's for the twin cities and mild for the southern plain states. gorgeous with low humidity for the mid-atlantic staes and warm and muggy in orlando this afternoon. ..................... .............. ................ radar images show showers moving in from the south probably brining some spits of showers this evening to some isolated areas. the bulk of rain coming in from the upper level low will reach us wednesday bringing more scattered showers and t'storm chances. high 80's tomorrow and could be cooler depending on cloud cover. ................................ ... ............ tonight expect a low of 70 degrees with plenty of clouds and light winds. could see a slight chance of a stray shower tonight as we stay cool overnight and clouds in the a.m. tomorrow expect a high of 87 with partly sunny with chances for showers and t'storms and more scattered. ................................ ... ................... extended forecast shows temps
he refused to pay back $17 million, sticking taxpayers with the bill. why would we ever send danny tarkanian to congress? dccc is responsible for the content of this advertising. when it comes to birthday celebrations, many kids want big parties and lots of presents. but one girl in mississi ((denise valdez)) >> she gave-up toys and gifts, to help animals in her community. blair ledet reports. --reporter pkg-as follows-- payton is nine, and like any other youthful youngster, she was excited for her birthday to come around. (payton burroughs, 9 years old) "well at first, i did want presents." but payton had a quick change of heart. (payton burroughs, 9 years old) "then i thought how much i love animals." all types of animals. so rather than colors, barbies, cutting cake or other sparkly things that win most young girls over. (payton burroughs, 9
instead of people bringing me presents, i wanted them to bring me toys, leashes and food to the animals." payton forfeited her gifts so she could make a special delivery to the southern pines animal shelter. (payton burroughs, 9 years old) "dog bits, dog and cat food, toys, cat toys, dog toys. i was really happy that people gave money to give, like a hundred and something dollars to the animal shelter. i think it was $127." a compassionate girl, she sees value in animals for more than (payton burroughs, 9 years old) "i love them not just because they're cute, but because they help people. like if someone is blind, they can help them go the right way or protect you from danger." as sweet as it sounds, her views are quite mature for a nine-year-old. (payton burroughs, 9 years old) "it's better to give
so that's what she lives by saying, for every birthday that comes around, she'll have the same requests. (payton burroughs, 9 years old) "same thing, i want to do it everyday. every time i have a birthday party i want to ask for donations..." ((paul joncich)) speaking of animals in need--- one piglet in colorado is seeking a forever home after he was bo born three weeks ago. ari smith... the owner... says he has adapted. --- but she would like someone to adopt the pig who will be able to keep a closer eye on the little guy as he grows bigger and stronger. if you want to help miracle, you can contact ari smith through her website for colorado cutie pigs./// ((paul joncich)) there is an uproar
don't believe... don't believe... don't believe joe heck's attacks.
catherine cortez masto has always served with integrity. as a federal prosecutor and attorney general... she made sex trafficking a felony crime. she worked with the bush and obama administrations to combat terrorism. as attorney general, she helped reduce crime. that's why she's endorsed by law enforcement erine cortez masto. catherine cortez masto. i trust her to keep us safe. i'm catherine cortez masto,
politics should never come before basic health care, but that's the choice joe heck keeps making. on planned parenthood for checkups and cancer screenings, but congressman joe heck voted ten times 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
california fire crews continue to battle a large wildfire in the santa cruz mountains in santa clara county. (( denise valdez )) >> cal fire officials said the so-called loma fire, was only 5-percent contained as of monday-night. anne makovec has the latest. this is what the loma fire looked like just after the sun rose it had spread to about 11-hundred acres since it started at 2 yesterday afternoon and for three hundred ridge, evacuation orders went from voluntary to mandatory. ((jim digiovanni, lives in evacuation zone - 16:37 - they came in the driveway evacuate immediately.)) but jim digiovanni didn't. he packed up a trailer and is keeping an eye on the ridge above his croy road home. ((15:30 - if we see flames get close then well head out. otherwise, i'm staying here.)) firefighters say its been tough to tell where this fire is heading, it moved north and
between highways 101 and 17. firefighters say its being driven by dry fuel instead of wind. ((capt. brian oliver, calfire pio - 10:25 - so as it works its way around and it finds a valley that's the route its going to go)) that makes it unpredictable. as digiovanni hopes it won't come his way. ((16:09 - im hoping the fire people know what they're doing, i'm putting my trust in them. but yeah, i think we're alright.)) ((( skies are starting to cloud up a little from the south and we see some moisture come in from mexico. some points south seeing a few light passing showers right now
tonight. we see temps cooler than yesterday and winds remaining light for now. dewpoints and humidity still remain quite low but will go up tomorrow as more moisture works its way up from the south. ..... .............................. .................. tonight expect temps staying warm to mild. cool by wednesday morning with more clouds developing and shower chances tomorrow. tonight clouds will increase but winds will remain light for the most part. then expecting temps newscast. we'll have a complete update on what to expect tomorrow coming up in full weather.
(jeh johnson/homeland security secretary) "we have been working with state election officials, local election officials." homeland security secretary jeh johnson telling lawmakers today that ahead of the november election, no fewer than 18 states have come forward for help. the call comes after hackers successfully penetrated voting systems in illinois and arizona. (jeh johnson/homeland security secretary) "what we are seeing are efforts to get into voter registration rolls, the identity of registered voters." asked where the cyber attacks are coming from, secretary johnson demurred. jon tester/(d) montana) "is it coming from one particular country?" (jeh johnson/homeland security secretary) "i don't believe that we have reached a determination." that same question, along with questions about other election-related hacks, sparked sharp difference of opinion on the debate stage monday night. hillary clinton pointing at russia. (hillary clinton/(d) presidential nominee) "there is no doubt now that russia has used cyber attacks against all kinds of organizations in our country. i am deeply concerned about this. i know donald was very
tough, long game here." donald trump offering an entirely different theory. (donald trump/(r) presidential nominee) "she is saying russia, russia, russia. maybe it was. i mean, it could be russia. but it could also be china. could also be lots of other people. it also could be somebody sitting on their bid that weighs 400 pounds, okay." the fact is multiple intelligence officials and lawmakers briefed on the intelligence tell cnn that russia or hackers working for russia are the a point the director of national intelligence, james clapper, first acknowledged in public to cnn weeks ago. (jim sciutto/reporting) "is it your view that russia has the intention of, if not influencing this election, undermining confidence in the u-s political process?" (james clapper/director of national intelligence) "they see a u-s conspiracy behind every bush. they believe that we are trying to influence political
response is to retaliate." ((paul joncich)) last night's debate continues to be a talker on social media... and many of our viewers are sounding off with their opinions of last week's debate. kristin writes... she killed it...even the republican strategists say so. she was calm and cool and smart, he was rambling, fidgeting, and drinking gallons of water like a rv >> stephanie wrote... i'm still voting trump she lies she's got blood on her hands and she was drugged to hide her medical issues. wake up she's just a reoccurrence of obummer and he has ruined everything about this country adam responded... give obama another term and find two other candidates our country is in bad shape and these two are going to make it worse. i can not believe that these are the only2 we have to run this country. (( paul joncich )) many other's wished the alternative party candidates could have taken part. and some even called for instant
((denise valdez)) remember 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./// ((paul joncich)) jury selection continues for a second day in the trial of a man accused of killing nine people in a south carolina church. nearly 300 potential jurors advanced to the next stage of jury selection today. 22-year-old dylann roof, is charged with dozens of federal offenses, including hate-crimes. prosecutors say he targeted his victims based on their race and religion. roof is facing the death penalty. for charlie condon believes this jury selection process is especially thorough because what's at stake for dylann roof. (((charlie condon/ former south carolina attorney general) "the question relative whether he's going to be put to death or the rest of life in prison. that's really the question. and we'll have twelve folks decide that question. and given the procedures that we have, one juror can stop it. can make this into a life sentence.")) ((paul joncich)) >> the trial is set to start after thanksgiving./// ((paul joncich)) right now...
has been evacuated due to a suspicious package in the mailroom. this comes just days following protests last week's police shooting. and last night's children chimed in on the matter at the city council meeting. ((i was born in charlotte and i've never felt this way until now. i can't stand how we're treated...and it's a shame that our fathers and mothers are killed and we can't see them anymore.)) >> many in the audience jeered for the resignations of mayor roberts and charlotte mecklenburg police chief kerr putney. their reactions came after the september 20th fatal shooting of kevin lamont scott by charlotte- mecklenburg police and several nights of protests that followed the shooting./// ((denise valdez)) it's a controversial editorial cartoon that's continuing to raise questions in illinois. many are wondering whether it crossed the line when it chose to publish it. ((paul joncich)) >> and as brianna clark
a police chief. metropolis, illinois police chief harry masse was shocked when he logged on to facebook yesterday and saw this: a cartoon showing an officer involved shooting. (harry masse/metropolis police chief) "disgusted that it was from the southern illinoisan, which is suppose to represent all of us down here." masse says this is an example of a local paper not supporting local law enforcement. what makes him most upset, he says, is the squad car in the background, which reads "tulsa pd. black lives don't matter." on number of kills. (harry masse/metropolis police chief) "every police officer is getting painted with that broad paintbrush with that cartoon." this morning, the newspaper's publisher craig rogers released an apology for the cartoon. it says in part: "though we respect diverse opinions, we do not believe this was in good taste, nor constructive for dialog at the national or local level. we value the service of law enforcement officers serving southern illinois, who put their lives on the line every day to keep our communities safe." 22-year-old travis russell says the newspaper has
russell/believes local paper was within rights) "i think it was well within their rights to publish that as an independent, free, journalistic newspaper. i don't see any reason why they should." masse says he appreciates the apology, but what's done is done. ((paul joncich)) >> the artist is chris britt. he's nationally known for his controversial political cartoons./// ((denise valdez)) a two billion dollar investment is coming together ((paul joncich)) >> the milestone made today for the virtual pipeline between the u.s. to the u-k.///
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. and then there's donald trump. they're just not for us. dccc is responsible for the content of this advertising. the new salami caprese panini
but was unable to immediately dock due to high winds. we're told the shipment was the culmination of a two billion dollar investment resulting in eight tankers forming a ''virtual pipeline'' between the us and the uk and norway./// ((denise valdez)) meanwhile... 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. it's mostly because drivers are loading up on options that drag on engines --- like heated seats. people are also using more air conditioning and drivin ((denise valdez)) this just into our newsroom--- the wells fargo c-e-o john stumpf is now forfeiting 41 million dollars in stock awards. this comes on the heels of the bank launching a probe into its phony account scandal. we will continue to follow the developments on this story so be sure to stay with 8 news now both on air and online for the
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.
dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising. an arizona charter school's soccer team is celebrating a moral victory after a loss on the field. ((denise valdez)) >> the team is made up of mostly boys with two girls on the team. jeff van sant has more on the story. nats training makes a good team. nats the foothills academy soccer team works like a well-oiled machine.
alyssa and colette. (colette hocking/ foothills soccer) "it's fun to run into them and stuff because they're not expecting it." (alyssa hocking/ foothills soccer) "it's very challenging and i like it a lot." and never has the girls' ability been questioned. (dallas fox/ teammate) "they're very quiet, you get them feisty and they'll come at you." it's about the team and having fun. (alyssa hocking/ foothills soccer) "i'm not very loud in school so with soccer i get to be a little more aggressive than i normally am." but others don't see it that way. schools refused to take the field unless the girls sit out. (noelle avey/ mother) "i was disbelief, really, i think last i checked we live in 2016." in the first game, the girls sat out. (colette hocking/ foothills soccer) "we didn't want it to affect the boys on our team so we thought they should just play." but the second game is a different story. the team took a vote: if they girls don't play, they don't. (dallas fox/ teammate) "i don't feel like we have to give up part of our team to play some soccer." the team say they respect their competitors'
religious issues. instead of showing anger, this team looks to the future, and to their next game. (alyssa hocking/ foothills soccer) "they're really supportive of us and i think it brought our team together more than we were before." toss to weather ((tedd florendo)) ((( clouds have now taken over the region we're expecting more through the evening as well as moisture continues to sneak in from the south and east. showers have been mainly light for the most part but we're expecting better chances tomorrow. ................................ ... ........... temps stay warm to mild on this tuesday but most of the area seeing light winds and temps close to normal today. dewpoints and humidity are up with slight
a few spits of rain in the forecast for this evening. temps stay mild through the evening as well. ................................ ... ............ temps have been close to 90 for the east side of the valley where it's lower in elevation. the eastside had the warmest temps this afternoon but they stayed just near our normal 90 degree temps for this time in september. far west side of the valley stayed cooler with temps in the high 80's and far northwest part of town along with kyle canyon stayed coolest today. .......... ......................... ............. temps across the u.s. looking cool up in the pacific northwest with warmer temps in the desert southwest. northern tier states cooling off with temps only in the mid 50's for the twin cities and mild for the southern plain states. gorgeous with low humidity for
orlando this afternoon. ........ ........................... ................ radar images show showers moving in from the south probably brining some spits of showers this evening to some isolated areas. the bulk of rain coming in from the upper level low will reach us wednesday bringing more scattered showers and t'storm chances. looking at temps staying in the high 80's tomorrow and could be cooler depending on cloud cover. ................................ ... ............ tonight expect a low of 70 degrees with plenty of clouds and light could see a slight chance of a stray shower tonight as we stay cool overnight and clouds in the a.m. tomorrow expect a high of 87 with partly sunny with chances for showers and t'storms and more scattered. ................ ................... ................... extended forecast shows temps stay near average with another chance of showers/storms again thursday. drier by friday with wind increasing for the weekend. we'll warm up to the low 90's by the weekend with slight chances for showers returning again next week.
note-seven. the company had to issue a massive recall as a battery caused some of them to catch fire. the company says about 90-percent of the people affected by the recall are sticking with the note-seven. ...that is, a new version of the phone that isn't prone to catching fire. samsung says the recall is well underway./// ((paul joncich)) >> there will be a new gift card on store shelves this upcoming holiday season. uber says it will start selling gift cards. they'll range from 15 dollars to 500 dollars. they'll be available on uber's
including walmart, target, and c-v-s.// ((paul joncich)) could your driver's license help protect you from identity theft? ((denise valdez)) >> we'll show you the new technology that could block crooks from taking your personal information.. and where it's being used. ((paul joncich)) >> a new effort has launched to make nevada casinos smoke-free. coming up at 5... who's behind it... and why it's creating such a buzz on social media./// announcer: you're
the state of arkansas is trying something new to help protect its citizens from identity theft. ((paul joncich)) >> people living there will have a choice of receiving an enhanced id or driver's license. jamal goss explains how this will all work. pkg "you can't have a l and -have one here as well. the department of revenue is gearing up for a new id. "this is an optional thing." that will offer more security and safety. assistant commissioner of revenue walter anger tells me - it's a start to stopping identity theft. walter angerassistant commissioner of revenue "people obtaining the real id or the arkansas enhanced driver's license will be required to show proof of residence, social security number." which is then verified by the federal government. the process - taking longer
it looks pretty much the same. with an addition of a star. those with an added star proves- they are who they say they are. "if you're going to get on a federal base or a federal facility you will be required to have the real arkansas enhanced driver's license." the orginal point of a license was to show that a person is able to operate a car. but of course that purpose has problem. "that's how we defeat some identity theft is making sure that driver's license has the security features in there." paul joncich that's all for us at 4.
after this. don't forget.. we're always on at las vegas now dot com, on facebook and twitter. greensboro city leaders released greensboro city leaders released what kind of person would misuse the topic of rape in a political campaign? joe heck, that's who. the truth is, as attorney general, catherine cortez masto led the fight against crimes sexual assault and worked with republicans and democrats to make sure rape kits were administered for victims. but in washington, congressman joe heck voted against funding for rape kits. joe heck. lying about rape. part of the problem in washington. i'm catherine cortez masto
customers.. after a valley starbucks reopened following a deadly shooting. but those that stopped by today were there for more than just coffee. ((paul joncich)) >> the future of gaming is developing right here in las vegas (( its a completely new and different interface it looks very different from what yoiu find on casino floors )) ((paul joncich)) >> what experts say to expect.. as the industry changes with
>> we're just about 24 hours removed from the first presidential debate... and both sides are still arguing about who won. but critics say there was one key topic missing from the agenda./// tedd florendo tracking rain this week. clouds have invaded the region, what's our chances for the drop to hit tonight? you most accurate forecast coming up> metro police officers were here as the starbucks reopened for business this afternoon. meanwhile, we are learning more