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streets overnight .... what police say happened moments before the crash. ((sherry swensk)) >> plus... you may want to find the umbrella! we've had some rain already this morning ... and there's more on the way for your wednesday. ((michael stevens)) >> and... seaworld trying to make a splash the new rides just announced .. to attract more visitors. ((kirsten joyce)) 8 news now good day, the valley's news leader, starts right now./// ((now, live...this is 8 news now good day.)) ((kirsten joyce)) thank you for waking up with us on the valley's news leaders... i'm kirsten joyce. ((michael stevens)) >> and i'm michael stevens in for brian. we're following developing news this morning out of the southwest valley. ((kirsten joyce)) >> one person was killed in a crash at decatur and wagon trail ..
the latest. nia? >> traffic is now open in both directions. troopers just cleared this scene within the last half hour. we still have one nhp car off sunset because of this crash which they tell us happened before 2-thirty this morning. they say a 27 year old male was riding a yamaha r-1...southbound on decatur. just after sunset road....he veered onto the right hand shoulder into a dirt patch and crashed. this man was ejected from his motocycle and taken to umc where troopers tell me he died shortly after. too soon to say if drugs or alcohol were a facr. motorist was driving recklessly, as well as speeding. traffic is still blocked southbound. (( )) >> ((brian loftus)) demetria, how are the roads?
((kirsten joyce)) >> this happened sunday inside the coffee shop near rainbow and warm springs. police say 34 year old pedro jose garcia went into starbucks after his card was declined at the drive- thru window .. witnesseses tell us he got into an argument with 41 year old aleksander khutsishvili .. and shot twice into the ceiling before shooting him. friends of the victim ... say he moved to the states from russia .. he was a hardworking man who would always help others: ((christopher washington, friend: "it just sucks he went out like that but fight for the good.")) ((kirsten joyce)) >> garcia now faces murder, robbery, burglary and weapon charges for the deadly starbucks shooting. police say garcia is a convicted felon and should not have had a gun in the first place.///. ((kirsten joyce)) and breaking overnight .. the last founding father of israel passed away. ((michael stevens)) >> former israeli president and prime minister shimon peres died at the age of 93. he had been hospitalized for the past 2 weeks after suffering a
most admired leaders. a few hours ago, his son spoke about his father's passing .. and how he worked until the very end. (( chemi peres: " our fathers legacy has always been the future, look to tomorrow he told us. building our future with courage and with wisdom and always continued to strive for peace. we were privileged to be part of his private family. but today we sense that the whole nation of israel and the global community morn this great lose. )) ((michael stevens)) >> peres served on israel's parliament for a record 48 years .. and held just about every senior political office. he was elected prime minister twice and was a champion of peace with the palestinians. peres was also a nobel peace prize winner./// sherry, how's the weather? ((sherry swensk))
and some light rain again on the east side. ............ and we'll be on the lookout for more showers and possibly thunderstorms today. but not looking for anything dangerous or threatening. ........... temps are staying mild because now and more humidity. .............. let's check the radar and see some light rain off to the east. .. a chance of showers today and highs in the mid 80s. back to you! ((kirsten joyce))
the backroom of a clothing store. he was found with several gunshot wounds in the parking lot of top knotch apparel. officers say davis got into a fight with one or more people before he was shot. if you have any information, call crimestoppers./// ((michael stevens)) the defense could make their case as early as today .. in the trial of the armed standoff at the federal wildlife refufe in oregon. the prosecution wrapped up its case against ammon and ryan bundy, and several oth. winter. they took over the building for several weeks ... demanding the government free two imprisoned ranchers and relinquish control of western lands. the bundy's are the children of bunkerville rancher cliven bundy .... who also had a standoff with the blm a couple years ago over grazing and land rights./// ((kirsten joyce)) protesters gathered in san diego .. after a man shot and killed by police ... ((michael stevens)) >> the reason investigators
fire. ((kirsten joyce)) plus.. stop lights on the north beltway are driving you crazy... demetria finds out if the county will ever make 215 a complete freeway. ((michael stevens)) and .. start your week on 8 news now good day.. with "monday mornings with the mayors." you can submit your questions on las vegas now dot com... and then tune in on monday during the 6am newscast.. to see if your question was answered. we'll be right back on 8 news now good day./// ((you're watching the valley's news leader... with brian loftus,
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america. it's inspired by seaworld's animal care team... which uses jet skis to help rescue animals all over the world. ((demetria obilor)) and in san diego... they're creating ocean explorer .... a new 3- acre area complete with aquariums and rides on mini subs to see undersea creatures. that's set to open spring of 2017. seaworld is trying to revamp its image .. after a decline in park visitors over recent years./// sherry, how's the weather? ((sherry swensk)) weather? ((sherry swensk))
now and more humidity. .............. let's check the radar and see some light rain off to the east. .. a chance of showers today and highs in the mid 80s. then breezy and cooler by unday and monday. ((michael stevens)) if you want to save money at the pump .. if you want to save money at the pump .. if you want to save money
at the pump .. you'll want to fill up more often. ((kirsten joyce)) >> consumer advocate michelle mortensen explains why you'll want to stop at the gas station .. no matter the price. ((michelle mortensen)) show of hands if you've ever driven around with your gas tann shinning brightly. we've all done it. but if you want to save money ... you'll never do it again after today. filling up and the pump can set you back a couple hundred bucks every single month depending on how much you drive. but not filling up enough .. can actually cost you more? why? turns out driving on a low fuel tank ... can lead to car damage. the gas in your car actually functions like coolant for the fuel pump motor ... so every time you drive on less than a quarter of a tank ... the pump can suck in air ..
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((kirsten joyce)) people in san diego ((kirsten joyce)) people in san diego protesting .. after officers shot and killed a black man they say wasc ((michael stevens)) >> police received calls about a man walking in traffic .. endangering himself and drivers. when they found him, investigators say he refused multiple orders to remove his concealed hand from his pocket .. at one point, he quickly pulled his hand out and placed both of them together like he was aiming at an officer. that's when, at the same time, one officer tased the man .. the other opened fire. investigators say a witness provided video to the department ... in it, the suspect did not have his hands in the air.///
are back open this morning .. after a suspicious package was discovered outside last night. officers x-rayed it ... inside was a cell phone, flashlight, and a bulb. investigators said the package would be taken to a secure location to be tested. no phone call or threats were made to the department .. charlotte is still reeling .. after the violent and deadly protests against the death of keith scott .. killed by an officer./// ((michael stevens)) after the break on 8 news now good day... a north ((kirsten joyce)) >> his acts of kindness to a homeless couple ... and how he helped them become self- sufficient and off the streets. ((michael stevens)) and it's time for today's facebook contest. register to win on our facebook page. good luck!/// kirsten joyce
to inspire others. today you'll meet the very first couple... he helped get off the streets. kenneth moody there's a light at the end of the tunnel now. but for the past two years kenneth moody and his fiance elissa were in dire straits... 9:10:47 i was out on a corner playing guitar, collect some money to bring her breakfast.. :56 they relied on kenny and his musical talent, to get by. that talent caught jesse frank's attention . jesse frank sot @ 9:26:56 if you watch somebody, they'll show their hand, so he was playing.. and i rolled down my window.. he came u to me, and he played five songs.. kenneth sot @ 9:12:27 he says, i've got an organization, that likes to help people get up on your street, i go.. ya.. of course, i'd be interested... : 38 the bkind challenge began - a complete transformation to get this couple off the streets in 60 days 9:30:56 it is so much work, ..
because it takes a huge commitment. jesse 's wife and three children knew they wouldn't see much of him.... as jesse started the process of reaching out to businesses for help. bella vita boutique provided new hair -do's for both... and makeup. 9:27:35 , day 1 is your image.. we live in a society, if you look homeless, you are going to get treated homeless. :45 savvy eyes eyecare.. provided glasses and exams. doctor, found out that i might be getting older but i can still see... north las vegas dental contacted jesse...and provided thousands of dollars worth of services for free..... with almost daily appointments for both of them. 9:16:53 i got a big dose of self esteem, cause now i'm not afraid to smile at anybody, waiting for the bottom part tomorrow.
not only provided transportation, but initially... a place to sleep. they could now get to the dmv to take their written and drivers exams. obtain id's and drivers' licenses.. the next step... a job. 9:27:27 it took him 53 years to get there (homelessness) it's not going to change overnight. , which i understand that.. :32 there would be set-backs... kenny secured a job flipping signs for a local business.. but the heat took its toll... 9:18:45 i kind of ran out of steam.. eventually.. both of them secured telemarketers. ellisa moody sot @ 9:17:18 you're not waking up every morning, wondering where your next meal is going to come, great, security., great : 25 9:14:03 we both have a full time job now, in 60 days.. we did this the final day of the bkind transrmation ended with wedding bells. although kenny and elissa have been together for 16 years... they'd never been able to make it official, until jesse came into the picture, and kenny and elissa are forever grateful. 9:19:34 i can say about the be kind organization, it's
find somebody that actually cares, genuinely 9:36:09 you're such a true inspiration, it's just incredible... on behalf of channel 8, you get out act so fkindness, 800 dollars to go towards what you are doing.. do i show them, thank you so much... :29 kirsten joyce nominate someone.. just head to las vegas now dot com... and acts of kindness will be under the "community" tab under sections. or send us an email... acts of kindness at las vegas now dot com./// demetria, what's driving people crazy? demetria obilor dave and his cat want to
extending the freeway on eastbound cc 215 from n. 5th st. to i-15, eliminating the stop lights at losee rd., pecos rd. and lamb blvd.?" here's the good news... the county plans to build interchanges at losee, pecos and lamb, but the bad news is there's no estimate on when those will be constructed at this time. right now, there's a lot of construction happening happening on the northern beltway between decatur and n. 5th. everything is expected to finish up by the end of next month. the project was extended an could add an interchange at revere st. what's driving you crazy? remember, you can write me at. what's driving you crazy? remember, you can write me at. traffic 8 at las vegas now dot com. back to you./// ((michael stevens)) something you're curious
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southwest valley .... we're live on scene of the deadly crash investigation. ((sherry swensk)) >> plus... the morning is off to a cloudy and even a wet start .. showers are moving through the valley .. and more are on the way today. ((michael stevens)) >> and... flying high down fremont street .. the thousands of dollars up for grabs today ... as slotzilla celebrates its 1- millionth fl 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. ((michael stevens)) >> i'm michael stevens in for brian loftus. ((sherry swensk)) >> and i'm sherry swensk. thunderstorms are rolling into
some rain this morning. sherry, how's the weather? ((sherry swensk)) there are some dangerous weather events right now around the country and the world. ............ we've got cloudy skies this morning... and some rain has already fallen in areas of the valley and we'll be on the lookout for more showers and possibly thunderstorms today. ........... temps are staying mi now and more humidity. .............. let's check the radar and see some light rain off to the east. .. a chance of showers today and highs in the mid 80s. back to you!/// ((kirsten joyce))
nhp identified the driver as a 27 year old male on a yamaha r-1. he was headed sb on decatur when he drove off the right shoulder onto dirt road. he was ejected and died at umc. one witness called in to report him driving recklessly at multiple points before the crash. traffic will be shut down for several hours during investigation at least sb in decatur. too soon to know if alcohol or drugs were factors. ((kirsten joyce)) demetria, how are the demetria, how are the roads? there's a crash on the southbound i-15 access road, just past 215. it's not causing major delays. if you're heading up into
summerlin ... near pavilion center and griffith peak drive. the event is open to the public. no word on an exact team name just yet ... but their website does say 'black knight sports and entertainment' .. the nhl team will hit the ice at t-mobile arena for the 2017- 2018 season./// ((michael stevens)) from hockey to football... three washoe county commissioners will fill the vacant seats in the legislature... ahead of a special session to discuss a proposed nfl stadium. it's expected to get underway if they want to approve a room tax increase... to pay the city's 750- million dollar share of a nearly 2- billion- dollar n-f-l stadium./// ((kirsten joyce)) the sheriff is answering things you want to know about ... ((michael stevens)) >> find out if your question was picked.. coming up on 8 news now good day in morning cup of joe. ((kirsten joyce)) plus.. mars could be the new address for some folks .. in the not too distant future.. how elon musk plans to create
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work. it helps us during pursuits. it more than likely was a helicopter with a spotlight. as far as i know news helicopters don't act in that way. as far as a notification it's very hard to do so during an on going investigation. if it's more long term we have the ability to go out and reach the media and advise them about the there's also funcions like alert id which gives you a pretty quick response about what we are doing. but, as a matter of practice and policy it's on the officcers to notify others about the incident situation like a barricade where it could be three or four hours we go around and notify residents about what's going on. ((kirsten joyce)) >> and you do that going
sytem? sherrif joe lombardo: >> we don't have that in the clark county proper in regards to the robust system they do have some of the outline areas but as far as the robust system within clark county proper we don't have that. and this is an ongoing situation a lot of times they're looking and they may not have located somebody and they don't know the circumstances. so we don't want to notify people if we don't need too. panicked for those situations. ((brian loftus)) >> you don't want to notify the felon who is on the loose sherrif joe lombardo: >> you can think of that and take it at face value, but sometimes you want them to hunker down and not run. so we can easily locate them with k-9 dogs, with officers on foot. ((kirsten joyce)) >> very interesting.... sheriff karen long asked the following question: "why does it always take so long to get through on 311? the wait times
not longer, which is absolutely ridiculous. it has become very discouraging to even try calling when there are neighborhood disturbances or non-life threatening events." sherrif joe lombardo: >> i was a little distracted there. we should call 911 on those socks not 311, but 911. ((brian loftus)) >> they're response will be quick. laughing ((kirsten joyce)) >> aliright so she is saying it takes so long to get a response. it takes even an hou. >> and she's right i'm sure she's asked i"ve actuallyr reached out because i keep a continual update on the situation with dispatch. because we went through some issues with 911 because we did a software upgrade and we had a lot of troubles going through that process. but we got our arms wrapped around that and it's going well right now. but the unfortunate subsequent consequence of that is going through the personell. it's not equipment or software
we will be graduating 35 new dispatchers by tomorrow.. that will give us the light at the end of the tunnel after they go through training, but it is the result of human capitol we increase around 4 percent a year. but when you look at call volume we receive over 3 million calls a year. so it's unfortunate but they're reacing over 40 minutes for 311 which is unacceptable idealy it's one or two minutes we just want to get there but it's going to take some time. ((sherry swensk)) seeing showers out to the west ((sherry swensk))
seeing showers out to the west in the mountains, but also sunshine and a rainbow or two... beautiful skies. ............ we've got cloudy skies this morning... and we'll be on the lookout for showers and possibly thunderstorms today. but not looking for anything dangerous or threatening. ........... temps are staying mild because of the clouds with mid 70s right now and more humidity. .............. let's check the radar and see .. a chance of showers today and highs in the mid 80s. demetria, how are the roads?
parkway near the north outlets.. to northbound 95 is shut down. use rancho as an alternate. this route closed down for construction on project neon. here's how things look at charleston and grand central parkway near the north outlets.. get used to seeing cones here as part of project neon. out in the southwest, there's a lot of construction happening at rainbow and russell. expect some delays.
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thanks to the animal foundation, and we have adorable abby joining us in studio today. she is a lovely little nine-year-old chihuaha. and she was an owner surrender, she and another little fella. so we really want to get her adopted, don't we? let's bring her over here for a little bite to eat. she's a big fan of sunday night football, she'd love to sit down with you on the couch on your favorite team. we're wondering who's she's going to pick this week, you know? could it be tennessee or houston? we wonder who dear abby is going to pick for us. she'd love to go home with you for the animal foundation. so, let's see who dear abby picks between the two, tennessee and houston. she's walking the yard there, let's see who's she's going to go towards... and the winner is... houston! ((kirsten joyce)) if you'd like to adopt
call at the number on your screen... 384-3333./// ((sherry swensk)) forget mission to mars .. now, we're taking moving to mars! tesla and space-x ceo elon musk wants to colonize the red planet. an unmanned trip will first happen sometime befo2 plans to send the very first humans to mars by 2024. he says traveling to mars needs to be more cost effective and efficient .. so humans can become what he calls a 'multi- planet species.'/// sherry, how's the weather today? ((sherry swensk)) beautiful skies with sunshine
and rain showers and possibly thunderstorms today. could get some gusty winds around thunderstorms. ........... temps are staying mild because of the clouds with mid 70s right now and more humidity.... and highs in the mid 80s by afternoon. .............. let's check the radar and see some light rain off to the east. .. a chance of showers continues tomorrow and then warmer sunshine friday with highs back to 90.
absinthe announced it's leaving the spiegel tent outside caesars and moving to the cosmo. but now, according to "las vegas weekly"... investor won a ruling in clark county district court... to keep absinthe at caesars through october 2018./// ((kirsten joyce)) and slotzilla celebrating the month of the millionth flyer. 1- thousand bucks up for grabs every hour between 1 and 11 pm! one of those winners will also get to zip along fremont for free for a whole year./// thanks for joining us. "c-b-s this morning" starts right now.///
good morning to our viewers in the west. it is wednesday, september 28th, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning." world leaders pay tribute to a founding father of israel who became a warrior for peac former president, prime minister and nobel peace prize winner shimon peres died overnight at age 93. hillary clinton sharpens her attacks on donald trump over his past comments about a miss universe winner's weight. see the tense moment between trump and alicia machado from a 1997 cbs this morning interview. wells fargo withholds at least $60 million from two executives for its failed scandal. are other banks resorting to the