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elementary school and opens fire on students and teachers. ((michael stevens)) >> plus... unrest in california after police shoot and kill an unarmed black man. see what police say led to the shooting. ((kirsten joyce)) >> and... you may want to hold off on washing your car. sherry has more on the rain coming to the valley. ((michael stevens)) 8 news now good day, the valley's news leader, starts right now./// ((now, live...this is 8 news now good day.)) ((kirsten joe carolina are trying to figure out what led to a tragic school shooting in a rural town. thanks for joining us on 8 news now good day, the valley's news leader. i'm kirsten joyce. ((michael stevens)) >> and i'm michael stevens in for brian loftus. police say the teen gunman first shot and killed his father... before going to an elementary school 100 miles northeast of atlanta, where he shot a teacher and two students.
custody. hena daniels has the latest from new york hena daniels: >> townville elementary remains close today and for the rest of the week...as investigators try to figure out what led a teenager to open fire on school grounds wednesday: (john skipper/ anderson county sheriff) did he have issues at school, did he have issues at home, we don't know but we're certainly going to run the gamut of everything. hena daniels: >> authorities say the 14-year-old suspect drove to the school yesterday, got out of his car....and started shooting at people on the playground with a frantic parents were sent an emergency text and rushed to the scene: (parent) the school basically filled up with police officers, ems, we were told it was on lockdown, we saw helicopters coming in. hena daniels: >> a female teacher and two six-year-old boys, including jacob hall, were wounded. jamie brock, an unarmed volunteer firefighter, was one of the first on the scene... he tackled the teen....and held him down until police arrived. (scott stoller/ anderson county ems director) i don't think that
brock is a hero to us and the whole community hena daniels: >> before the shooting....offici als say the teen shot and killed his father, jeffrey osborne, inside his home just three miles from the school. the teen then called his grandparents who discovered the body: (greg shore, anderson county coroner) "they couldn't understand why he was crying on the phone and they couldn't make sense of it. hena daniels: >> officials at the school are offering grief counseling to teachers and students... hena daniels cbs news. ((kirsten joyce)) >> jacob hall, one of the critical condition. the other injured student and the teacher were treated at a hospital and released./// ((michael stevens)) police say a smoking device prompted officers to shoot and kill a man near san diego yesterday. officers shot and killed 38-year-old alfred olango in el cajon, california. police say officers opened fire after olango pulled a device from his pocket and pointed it at them. the killing sparked protests, with activists calling for a
shooting. police released a photo showing olango in what authorities described as a "shooting stance." one of the officers involved was identified as a 21-year veteran of the force./// ((kirsten joyce)) a judge has denied bail for the man accused of shooting and killing a customer at a valley starbucks. pedro garcia made his first court appearance yesterday. police arrested him sunday after he entered the starbucks at rainbow and warm springs and shot and killed 41-year-old aleksandr khutsishvili burglary charges. he is scheduled to be back in court friday./// ((kirsten joyce)) clark county court officials have heard many excuses for getting out of jury duty. now, they are listing some of the more outlandish ones in a new youtube video. ((>> number 3: the dog ate my summons. number 2: i don't like wool and lawyers wear too many wool suits. numbe 1: i'm a psychic and i know something bad is going to happen. )) ((kirsten joyce))
military members.... ((kirsten joyce)) >> and weighs in on recent protests by f colin kaepernick. >> plus... congress overrides the president's veto for the first time. see why he says the move could have lasting consequences... when good day returns. /// ((you're watching the valley's news leader... with brian loftus, kirsten joyce, sherri swensk and
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((kirse jerusalem is mourning the death of former israeli prime minister shimon peres. you're looking at a live look out of jerusalem. former president bill clinton and president barack obama is in jeruslalem right now to pay their final respects to father of israel. the nobel peace prize laureate passed away at a tel aviv hospital - two weeks after suffering a major stroke. peres was 93./// ((michael stevens)) congress continues to
((kirsten joyce)) >> for the first time in president barack obama's presidency congress reversed one of his vetoes. the bill--known as "jasta"--would allow 9-11 families to sue saudi arabia. they suspect kingdom officials may have provided assistance and funding to the terrorists. fifteen of the 19 attackers were saudi-born. senator john cornyn (r) texas: "how can anyone look at the families and the eye and tell them they shouldn't be able to seek justice against a foreign government?" ((kirsten joyce)) would not protect americans from terrorists, and says it has potential to threaten national security. the president says the bill would allow foreign governments to sue the u-s for counter- terrorism efforts... like deadly drone strikes. opponents also say jasta could create complications with u-s (al-eyes) allies, including saudi arabia./// ((michael stevens)) congress is avoiding a government shutdown -- at least for now. the bill congress passed wednesday only funds federal agencies through december ninth.
had congress not passed the bill. the resolution passed both the house and the senate with major support. it also approves federal money for the fight against the zika virus and for the lead- contaminated water crisis in flint, michigan./// ((kirsten joyce)) >> president obama is giving his focus to u.s service men and women. yesterday he held a town hall with u-s service men and women. the forum gave audience members a chance to question the presie questions on topics including terrorism, veterans' health, and u-s military activity abroad. the president -- also speaking about current controversies in the country including n-f-l star colin kaepernick's decision not to stand during the national anthem. (obama) "i want mr. kaepernick and others who are on a knee, i want them to listen to the pain that may cause. but i also want people to think about the pain that he may be expressing."
meeting president obama spoke briefly to a group of 100 invited soldiers in fort lee, virgnia. where he thanked service men and women for their service and their sacrifice. ((kirsten joyce)) the icon jerry lewis is heading back to the big screen. ((michael stevens)) >> coming up on good day see the script that convinced him to end his 20 year break from the silver screen. the exclusive interview -- next on the valley's news leader./// you're watching 8 news now good day. ((sherry swensk)) i think my strongest asset, maybe by far, is my temperament. i'd
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vegas local -- jerry lewis -- is rolling out new projects both on stage and on the big screen. after a twenty year absence from films -- lewis returns as max rose -- a widower who learns a life altering secret when hw during an exclusive denise valdez talked with him about his new film and upcoming shows. where he reveals dramatic acting requires more of a delicate balance than comedy: (( jerry lewis: "sometimes you can get carried away with that .. that you are indeed taking them to a place through your performance. you gotta watch it .. much more so than comedy .. comedy is just go and do it." )) ((sherry swensk)) >> the 90 year old was
back to you!/// ((kirsten joyce)) breaking news situation this is a live look out of charleston and bruce. it began about so far metro tells us that the barricade has been going on since 10:45 last night. after he shot his gun in the air. when police arrived he he locked himself inside his house and hasn't came out.///
financial advisors say before you decide to rer to do... number one: get rid of any lines of credit or revolving credit cards because they reassess every month, number two: financial officers say if you are paying for your child's education, start repaying loans as soon as they come due and number three: tackle that mortgage... one way to shave down your mortgage is to apply extra money toward the principal. /// ((kirsten joyce)) today is national coffee day. ((michael stevens))
practically live off of coffee. but you may not have known las vegas is one of the top caffeinated cities in america. we were listed as number 32 on the list of 150 biggiest cities.. as ranked by wallet hub. reno ranked even higher at 18th. henderson was 61... and north las vegas 83. portland oregon topped the list. experts say americansr drinking 146 billion cups of joe every year./// we'll be right back........///
stadium... we'll see why one group is behind it . ((michael stevens)) >> plus... getting around downtown las vegas... is about to get easier. we'll tell you about a new program from the rtc./// ((kirsten joyce)) >> and... showers are falling in parts of the valley this morning. sherry will tell us how long they will last in your weather now forecast. ((michael stevens)) 8 news now good day, the valley's news leader, starts right now./// ((now, live...this is 8 s ((michael stevens)) breaking news we have an active barricade situation this is a live look out of charleston and bruce. ((kirsten joyce)) it began about so far metro tells us that the barricade has been going on since 10:45 last night. after he shot his gun in the air. when police arrived he he locked himself inside his house and hasn't came out./// ((kirsten joyce))