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starbucks minutes later... got into an argument with khutsishvili... and shot him. the victim's friends say he was a hard working immigrant from russia...and that not many knew that he was also homeless. (( tajdre cotton, friend: "he actually bought me chips and everything because i didn't have any money, he was like 'you need something?', you know, so real caring guy.)) >> khutsishvili died at spring valley hospital. as for....garcia. we know he is a convicted felon and found a record matching his description on the federal bureau of prisons... as last november. ((nia wong)) >> no bail has been set for his murder charge. deputy public defender edward kane requested more time to run a conflict check. garcia is expected to be back in court this friday. reporting live from downtown. nia wong 8 news now. ((kirsten joyce)) >> nia, since garcia is a police in south carolina are on scene of a shooting at an elementary school. right now we know that two
and the shooter is in custody. no word on how serious those kids are hurt... or what may have sparked the shooting. we'll continue to follow these developments throughout the show... and on las vegas now dot com./// ((kirsten joyce)) the feeling of fall continues across the valley... and we've even seen a few light showers already today. how much longer will these sprinkles stick around sherry? ((sherry swensk)) we had some early morning showers, but it really wasn't enought to mess with the morning commute. it did make for some beaufu across the valley. .................... here are some wonderful shots sent in this morning by viewers that i wanted to share. this double rainbow sent by suz in desert shores.... ................. this one by michelle york in sun city... and this gorgeous sky snapped by sue thompson up in centennial hills.
way through the afternoon and evening. everything rotating from east to west today. .......... temps staying in the mild 80s for highs today. maybe even an afternoon thunderstorm. more on the full weather now forecast in about 10 minutes./// ((kirsten joyce)) nhp is trying to figure out what caused a motorcyclist to crash in the southwest part of town early this morning. troopers were called to decatur near sunset just before 2-30 a-m. we're told a 27 year old man was heading southbound on decatur
nhp says it's too early to tell if drugs or alcohol were factors in the crash... but one witness reported the driver was speeding./// ((kirsten joyce)) 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 others .. who occupied the building last 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 thec .... who also had a standoff with the blm a couple years ago over grazing and land rights./// ((kirsten joyce)) we're just three days away from another possible government shutdown. senate democrats blocked a republican bill to fund the government on tuesday. the bill would have also provided disaster relief to lousiana and allocated money to help battle zika. democrats took issue with the bill for not including funding for the flint, michigan water crisis. both sides are blaming the other for what's being called a
hillary clinton has joined an old rival to try to boost her support among millennials. she's campaigning today in new hampshire with bernie sanders. all this while her republican opponent, donald trump, is making several stops in the midwest. craig boswell has all the happenings from the campaign trail. donald trump courted polish americans during a morning campaign stop in chicago... "the polish people are great people//a trump administration will be a true friend to poland americans." hillary clinton is in new hampshire this afternoon for a joint appearance with former democratic rival, vermont senator bernie sanders. clinton's emails were again the focus of a hearing on capitol hill where fbi director james comey defended his decision not to prosecute her for mishandling classified email while she was secretary of state. (rep. steve chabot and james comey) q: "if anybody else had done this, like a soldier or a serviceman did virtually the same thing, they would have been prosecuted,
disciplined. they'd be in big trouble at the fbi if you did this. you'd not be prosecuted. that wouldn't be fair." the campaigns for clinton and trump are still spinning monday night's debate, and dealing with some of the fallout. for trump, the fallout continued after he commented tuesday about a former miss universe. he said alicia machado "gained a massive amount of weight" and that it was "a real problem." (john heilemann/from ctm) "what we've never seen before is a presidential nominee with some regularity attacking private and it's very politically dangerous." trump has rallies today in iowa and wisconsin. craig boswell, cbs news, the white house. ((kirsten joyce)) 8 news now is your local election headquarters throughout the campaign season... on air and online at las vegas now dot com. /// ((kirsten joyce)) >> while the polls may be divided, how about something people can agree on-- like punching martin shkreli in the face. shkreli--the pharma ceo who came under scrutiny after increasing life-saving drug prices by 5,000%-- is auctioning off a punch to the
bid is currently close to 80-grand. the money will benefit the family of his late pr manager./// ((kirsten joyce)) up next... the fall out for wells fargo continues... but is the scam a sign of a larger problem in the banking world?
plus... a mission to mars is not so far off... if you ask elon musk. his latest plan breaks down how we'll get there... but paying for it is a different story./// don't believe... don't believe... don't believe joe heck's attacks.
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out of south carolina. police now say two students and one teacher were shot
at an elementary school in townville. officers also say the shooter was a teenager./// ((kirsten joyce)) wells fargo has agreed to pay 185 million dollars to settle allegations its employees opened millions of accounts without customers' permission to reach aggressive sales targets. the bank fired more than five-thousand employees who were involved in the scam. but omar villafranca shows us how this may be a symptom of a larger problem in the banking industry. (john stumpf/wells fargo ceo/sept. 20th) "i accept full
sales practices in our retail banking business." john stumpf was contrite last week ... as lawmakers quizzed him on wells fargo's hyper-aggressive sales tactics. oscar garza was a personal banker for a chase bank outside dallas. he says aggressive sales tactics aren't just a problem at wells fargo. (oscar garza / former chase personal banker) "it's across the industry it's systematic. it is not specific to any branch." he says he made under 12 dollars an hoa to make extra cash was to meet certain sales goals set by managers -- even if that meant signing up customers for financial tools they didn't want. (oscar garza / former chase personal banker) (ov) were they sales goals or were they quotas? did they have to be met? (og) they were quotas. they had to be met and there were consequences for not meeting those quotas. (ov) what were the consequences? (og) termination. he claims a manager in his branch was aware employees used questionable i-d's to open accounts. (oscar garza / former chase personal banker) "never a direct order, but there was definitely an, 'i'm going to
to do to meet that quota.' " a spokeswoman for chase bank disputed some of garza's claimstelling c-b-s news ... "we don't have formal quotas that, if not met, would result in termination." adding "any manager who would encourage illegal activity and create a negative culture would be terminated." (judy conti / national employment law project) "they have to sell as much as they can at all costs." judy conti works at the national employment law project ... which compiled a report on agressive bank sales tactics. it cited bankers r with similar stories ... saying managers pushed workers to meet "almost impossible" goals ... and to "ignore it when consumers say no". omar villafranca, cbs news, dallas. ((kirsten joyce)) >> wells fargo says it's getting rid of retail banking sales goals by the end of the year. we'll be right back./// ((you're watching 8
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 for the content of this advertising. while we've been seeing some storm clouds roll into the valley this week... we should be thankful we aren't
and maybe we can get some more rain today. ................ i don't know which was prettier... the sunset last night? snapped in a photo by b.j. r with clouds this morning captured by sue thompson in centennial hills? ............... both were spectacular with the clouds and sunshine mixed together and the colors in the sky. ........... temps are in the 80s and near 90 degrees in a couple of east valley neighborhoods right now. ............ outside the valley also 80s showing up... and probably not a lot warmer today and if we get some rain - that will cool temps pretty quickly. .............. rain showers passed through the valley early this morning then
over the last 2 weeks... 7 people have lost their lives in motorcycle wrecks... that's including the one from early this morning. so local advocates are raising awareness for bike safety... more will be on the road this week. joining us to talk about why is judah zakalik... "partner at the riders law firm.. a division of peters and associates"... .. thanks for being here. - bike fest this week.... generally speaking... what's contributing to these
[cell phone vibrating] when the billionaire koch brothers call, congressman joe heck has been answering. voting with the koch brothers' agenda 85% of the time. giving tax breaks to big oil companies and the super rich, but ending medicare as we know it and forcing cuts to social security. taking care of the koch brothers may be a good call for joe heck, but it doesn't work for nevada's working families. senate majority pac is responsible
south carolina. police say two students and one teacher were shot at an elementary school. we do not know the extent of their injuries. the shooter is a teenager and is in custody. at a nearby home... and say it is connected to this shooting... but have not specified how. you can follow all the updates in our later newscasts... and on las vegas now dot com./// that's all for 8 news now live at noon.. the valley's news leader. remember that 8 news now is always available at las vegas now dot com, facebook and
>> ridge: i betrayed you. "betrayed" -- that's a big word. >> eric: what else would you call it, what you did to me? what you all did to me? you had a chance to support me, to come and witness me committing my life to another person, saying vows in front of god and family. family. there is no family. you weren't there. >> steffy: we did it because of quinn. we wanted you to see how we feel about her. >> eric: and what happened instead?