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patrick... ((patrick walker)) >> both sides are claiming victory today... after the surpreme court released a long-awaited decision on the program. in this decision released earlier today... the court put a stop to the program. but the state treasurer... who administers the program... along with the attorney general... are also declaring victory. lawmakers passed the program last year... which allows the state to instead pay parents the amount of money that would go toward their child's education at a public scho dollars that can then be applied toward private school tuition... or any other education- related purpose. the state supreme court found the program itself to be constitutional... affirming a lower court's decision. but the court found issue with the funding... siding with a separate lower court ruling in northern nevada that temporarily halted the program. the argument from education advocates -- that money from the distributive schools account ... which funds k-12 education statewide... can't be diverted from public education.
((amanda morgan/legal director, educate nevada now: "the program has completely been halted, that money is not going to leave the hands of public school children." dan schwartz/state treasurer: "the esas are about money, and if they've approved the constitutionality of the statue without providing the funding, then we have a problem.")) ((patrick walker)) >> i spoke with state treasurer dan schwartz right after the ruling came out. he tells me that he's pleased the court found the underlying foundation of the law constitutional... even though the program can't move forward with funds from the distributive schools accoun attorney general adam laxalt issued a statement... calling the decision a "landmark win for the families and children of nevada." schwartz told me he wouldn't go that far... because the program is still on hold... but he's pleased nonetheless. christianne... ((christianne klein)) >> so is there a chance the program could come back on line? ((patrick walker)) >> the ruling leaves the program open to re-starting... if the legislature finds a different funding source. as i first reported late this morning...
include this in the upcoming special session./// ((paul joncich)) turning to our second top story. an officer involved shooting in kingman. we're told the suspect was killed but the officer was seriouslyl injured in the shootout.. 8 news now karen castro is live from the scene with the latest. karen? the bullhead city police department is investigating an officer-involved shooting that occurred in kingman. on thursday, september 29th at approximately 9:30 a.m., the kingman police department execd property at a residence in the 1700 block of miami avenue. initial information indicates that 53-year-old jeffrey clair cave of kingman fired a weapon toward officers and a police officer was shot. cave was also shot and later pronounced dead at the scene. the police officer was transported to a local hospital where he underwent surgery and is currently listed in serious, but stable condition. the investigation is ongoing and additional
it becomes available. it is protocol to have an outside agency investigate an officer-involved shooting incident. ((christianne klein)) back here in the valley... a possible shooting suspect is dead after a semi hit him as he ran from officers. the accident shut down a portion of us-95 in both directions between flamingo and boulder highway.
happened a week ago at miracle mile park. we're told the suspect was involved in a foot pursuit with police when he ran across the 95 and was hit by a semi-truck. moments ago the northbound portion of the highway re-opened to traffic./// ((christianne klein)) meanwhile... one man is now behind bars following a nearly six-hour long standoff. it begin just before 11 last night near charleston and bruce. police believe the man fired a gun in the area... before barricading himself inside a home. him until 4-30 this morning. we're told five people lived in the home including a one-year-old--- but no one was injured. at this time it's still not clear if he'll be charged with a crime./// ((paul joncich)) summer returned to the valley today. ((christianne klein)) >> but it's not expected to last long. tedd florendo joins us with more. ((tedd florendo)) ((( skies are starting to cloud up a little from the south and we see some moisture come in from
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 its way up from the south. ..... .............................. .................. tonight expect temps staying warm to mild. cool by wednesday morning with 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.
monring rush hour. (michael larson) it was just a horrendous, horrendous exploding noise and concrete dust electrical wires flying into the depot. the crash caused part of the roof to collapse onto the first car where david mielach (my-lack) was standing. (david mielach) the lights went out then just didn't stop then people were falling over who were standing and then the roof came down. passengers inside helped each other escape. (mikescelzo/passenger ) the man behind me, he was covered in blood he had a make sure ok, everyone was ok people on the platform scrambled to safety. more than 100 people were hurt.. (jamie yuccas/cbs news, hoboken) around 50-thousand train and bus riders use the station each day. it's a popular transfer point for commuters on their way across the river to new york city. amy krulewitz says the crash is a life changer. (amy krulewitz/passenger) i'm afraid to get back on the train /butt to/i'm sure staying home tomorrow. investigators will now try to figure out what happened.
it's anything other than a terrible accident the engineer is said to be in critical condition, but cooperating with investigators. jamie yuccas, cbs news, hoboken, new jersey. ((paul joncich)) >> new jersey transit service in and out of hoboken is suspended indefinitely. there was another crash at the 109 year old historic station in 2011. more than 30 people were hurt when a different commuter train crashed into bumpers at the end of the tracks./// ((christianne klein)) coming up... you could be maki outside of posted signs and school zones... at what point does metro say u-turns become illegal even without a warning./// ((paul joncich)) >> but first... a look at the latest road safety improvement at a busy valley intersection. these stories and more straight ahead on the valley's news leader.///
((paul joncich)) >> 8 news now reporter nia wong has a look at the changes along blue diamond road. ((nia wong: years ago state route 160/ blue diamond road was known as the road between las vegas and pahrump.. now, this busy road is where many live and work near.. and 42-thousand drivers take blue diamond road every day. with increased traffic....residents have been pushing for change. )) nia wong: thursday morning signaled a new chapter for residents in mountain's edge. ((noemy avalos/mountain's edge resident: i do see more and more you know, i think it's a good thing they're finally adding those in and i think it was overdue for sure )) nia wong: noemy avalos lives in the area.. she has seen a fair share of accidents on state route 160. where it's not uncommon to see memorials dedicated to those who have lost their lives on this road.... sometimes dozens in just one year alone. (( kamelah flintroy: they would just literally go 75 plus coming from pahrump, it was, people would just be speeding )) nia wong : the hope of traffic lights are
off blue diamond road. ((kamelah flintroy: it was needed very badly because right there at this crosswalk right here, there wasn't a way for anyone to walk, if there was someone that needed to go to walgreens or anything like that, so it was very difficult )) nia wong: the nevada department of transportation broke ground on this project in may. it includes traffic signals, pedestrian crossings, as well as gutter and sidewalk improvements. sot ((kamelah flintroy: it seems to be better now just knowing that the lights are up )) nia wong: at 2 point 4 millions dollars... too high. (( noemy avalos/mountain's edge resident: honestly, i don't think there's a hefty price tag when it comes to safety and to try and save peoples lives )) ((nia wong: these lights were active from 6 this morning....and hopefully will make the roads safer for both drivers and pedestrians. reporting from the southwest valley. nia wong 8 news now. )) ((paul joncich)) north carolina
motorists following nine inches of rain. ((christianne klein)) >> the major problem that's preventing them from alerting drivers in flooded areas. that's next on the valley's news leader./// announcer: you're watching 8 news now at four. i think my strongest asset, maybe by far, is my temperament. i'd like to punch him in the face, i'll tell you. i
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((paul joncich)) a stalled cold front is to blame for dropping nearly than nine inches of rain overnight in central north carolina . ((christianne klein)) >> the heavy rain caused flash flood warnings in multiple counties ... flooding closed roads, knocked out power and delayed or canceled some schools for the day. major roadways have been washed out and a dam in one county has completely caved in. we're told officials are asking drivers to stay off the roads if run out of cones to block off flooded road ways. local meteorologists say the storm could stick around for another day./// toss to weather ((tedd florendo)) ((( clouds have now taken over the region we're expecting more
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 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 the mid-atlaistaes and warm d m ............ ................ radar images shoshowers ming fr this evening to some isolated areas.e bulk of rain coming in the upper level low will reach dnesday bringing more scattered showersnt'storm ances gh 80 tomorrow and could be ole. . ............night expect a lo0
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when to yield right-of-way and this week it's u-turns.... craig lyford: :00:41;25 "people have an issue with u-turning for whatever reason. they don't know whether they can or they can't. simply the rule is: if there's a sign posted with a u-turn symbol with a line through it, that is a universal symbol for 'do not make a u-turn.' :00:55;20 01:31;22 "it is very prevalent in elementary schools. people like to drop their kids off across the stree are out of the car, no traffic laws, at all, seem to matter anymore. they'll make the u-turns, they'll speed right through the school zone. i'll stop them, i'll say 'hi', i'll inform them via written citation of what they did wrong and they still don't know it 'cause for whatever reason that law hasn't been publicized a lot. the media hasn't made a big deal of it that i've heard. :01:53;29 00:56;18 other people, when there is no sign, people like to make their u-turns if they have large trucks, if they have things they have to make nine-point turns to make the u-turn, that is also illegal. with a three lane road, it's about three to six feet wide. if your car can make a fluid u-turn within that six feet, it is 100 percent legal to do that.
you crazy? send your traffic question to traffic eight at las vegas now dot com. ((paul joncich)) coming up on the valley's newsleader spin on the so called "nose to tail" movement. ((christianne klein)) >> what he's doing to not waste any part of the animal.. all in the name of art. we explain straight ahead./// announcer: you're
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a butcher in indiana has found a way to repurpose blood from the animals he cuts and serves up...he uses it for art. and as kristin bien reports, it may be the prettiest, bloody mess you've ever seen. welcome to butcher bob's. (bob long,butcher & artist) "our main business here is custom butchering." bob long and his crew will turn your livestock into cuts of meat. but this shop is very different from most (kristin bien, reporting) "because most butcher shops don't have art work on the walls." (bob long,u blood, especially." you heard him right. this art is made with blood. (bob long,butcher & artist) "why waste it? save it." long has been butchering for decades but 3 years ago he wanted a hobby. (kristin bien, reporting)"most people say 'i want a hobby let me start collecting stamps or metal detecting" (bob long,butcher & artist) "right" (kristin bien, reporting) "you decided to paint in blood why?" (bob long, butcher & artist) "i just felt like doing it. i don't know. i just felt like, i wonder what would happen if i took blood and
started painting with it. i wonder how it would turn out." (nats) "it's a stage, it's a performance." long is a husband, a father of three and a christian. in fact many of his pieces reflect that. (nats) "those are angels and a cross and stuff up there, like christ coming down from the sky." he's done around 70 paintings. some have sold for hundreds of dollars. (bob long, butcher & artist) "what i do is i just set a table up, i get my boards, i get a bucket of blood and i start working." he admits it's not for everyone and it is certainly not for the faint of heart. but long is not the first to do this type or art. (bob long, butcher & i angel. cavemen, native indians. they used to use blood to paint with. it 's like one of the oldest arts." and like those that came before him, he is just using the tools at his disposal. (bob long, butcher & artist) "why waste any of the animal you know? i've got plenty of blood. why not start doing something with it? i thought let's put it on the canvas and see what happens. some of the paintings have turned out pretty neat." ((christianne klein)) >> after long is finished, and the paintings are dry, he
long's work has appeared in galleries and shows. in fact, some of his smaller canvases have sold for about 400-dollars. long is one of about 15-hundred artists featured at the grand rapids show, art-prize./// ((paul joncich)) we're continuing to follow that officer involved shooting in kingman that left one man dead. the latest on the officers condition and exactly what led announcer: now, live...this is 8 news
((paul joncich)) the bullhead city police department is investigating an officer-involved shooting that occurred in kingman. ((christianne ki around nine-30 as kingman police were executing a search warrant for stolen property. 8 news now reporter karen castro has been there since this morning gathering more information. karen? ((karen castro)) on thursday, september 29th at approximately 9:30 a.m., the kingman police department executed a search warrant for stolen property at a residence in the 1700 block of miami avenue. initial information indicates that 53-year-old jeffrey clair cave of kingman fired a weapon toward officers and a police officer was shot. cave was also shot and later pronounced dead at the scene. the police officer was transported to a local hospital
((tedd florendo)) ((( skies are starting to cloud up a little from the south and we see some moisture come in from mexico. 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 its way up from the south. ..... .............................. .................. tonight expect temps staying warm to mild.
performance, and survival factors. the ntsb says it will look at similarities between this crash and one that occured at the same station in may 2011. (bella dinh-zarr, ntsb vice chairman) our tda specialists are already working closely with local officials in order to assist them in their efforts to assist everyone who was effected by this accident. a new jersey freight engineer who witnessed the crash described what he saw (william blaine, freight engineer) 30 seconds after it happened, i looked to the right, i just saw the train in the building, i went whoa, that train had to come in about 30 miles an hour. maybe a little more. was standing in the front car when it crashed (survivor of train crash) it was a loud bang, yeah, it just seemed like it didn't stop. the lights went out, and then the roof just came down on it. new jersey governor chris christie offered his condolences... and promised quick action. (gov. chris christie, new jersey) we pray for the family of the one fatality that we have confirmed //// we're gonna work together to make sure the investigation is seamless and coordinated, that we come to a conclusion as quickly as possible in hoboken, new
>> governor christie added that the engineer of the train was critically injured and taken to a local hospital. that engineer is cooporating with officials in the investigation./// ((paul joncich)) the body cam video of a police chase that ended with officers firing on a car, killing a 6 year old has been released. two former marksville city marshals in louisiana are accused of killing young jere during the incident that happened last november. reports show out of the 18 shells found -- 14 came from derick stafford's gun, and the other four came from noris greenhouse, jr. and the six-year-old was hit five times. the video has been submitted as evidence by the state in a pretrial hearing. the trial for stafford is set for a november 28 and greenhouse for march 13./// ((christianne klein)) new details are emerging about a school shooting that injured two six- year- old
called his grandparents just before goinf on the shooting rampage. and they described him as emotional. police say the alleged shooter killed his father at home before attacking the school. six year old jacob hall remains in the hospital in critical condition. the other student and teacher who were injured in the shooting were released from the hospital last night. police say veteran volunteer firefighter jamie brock stopped the townville elementary school shooter and held him until police arrived. (((chief billy mcadams, townville vfd) "over the past used to describe the actions of firefighter brock and the other responders. well, we agree with that. but we also believe that the teachers and staff of the townville elementary school who protected those children in the moments following those gunshots are heroes just as well. )) ((christianne klein)) >> investigators add there is no known relationship between those victims and the suspected
teachers are planning to strike for the second time this year. the chicago teachers union gave the school board the required ten-day notice of a strike yesterday. that means the union and the board have until october eleventh to reach a deal. according to the union-- teachers have been working without a contract for over a year. they are also protesting cuts in special education programs and librarians. if the two sides don't reach a deal-- the union posted on facebook it would begin its third strike since 2012. about 400-thousand students./// ((paul joncich)) in california... the man believed to have started california's deadly bully fire in 2014 has been arrested in indiana. freddie alexander smoke the third is facing numerous charges including involuntary manslaughter. officials believe smoke was delivering soil to an illegal marijuana farm when he sparked the fire. smoke was arrested shortly afterward, but disappeared after posting bond./// ((paul joncich)) meanwhile... on capitol hill today,
((christianne klein)) a week after facing intense grilling from the senate, john stumpf faced an angry house committee over the bank's shady sales practices. kenneth craig has the story. lawmakers from both sides of the aisle ripped into the wells fargo ceo about the scandal over unauthorized bank and credit card accounts. (jeb hensarling/r - texas) fraud is fraud and theft is theft regulators say facing highly ambitious sales goals, bank employees opened as many as two million unauthorized accounts in customers' names. in some cases sticking consumers with the the bank's embattled ceo john stumpf took the hot seat thursday before the house financial services committee. (john stumpf/wells fargo ceo) "i am completely responsible for all of our unethical sales practices he said the bank is eliminating retail sales goals at the end of the week and expanding its review of accounts. (voice of sean duffy/r-wisc.) did wells fargo employees steal from a million
some cases, they did so far, the board has stripped stumpf of 41-million dollars in compensation. (kenneth craig/wells fargo) "on top of that...california has cut business ties with bank...... and now government leaders here in new york city are considering doing the same". but some lawmakers have demanded that stumpf resign. (gregory meeks/d n.y.) you can just stay and be chairman and ceo? that's what you want us to believe? more than 5-thousand bank workers and branch managers have practices. and the ceo says he's evaluating what roles executives may have played. kenneth craig cbs news new york. ((paul joncich)) regulators have fined wells fargo 185-million dollars./// ((christianne klein)) a controversial halloween decoration is making headlines. ((paul joncich)) >> coming up on the valley's news leader... we explain why the item won't be available in some home depot stores.///
multi-million dollar lawsuit from chipotle after she was sexually assaulted by her manager. the 16-year-old victim started working at a houston chipotle in 2013. ((christianne klein)) >> reports show her 26-year-old assistant manager... gerardo solis... was regularly touching her inappropriately, and grooming her for sex. it took the jury only three hours on monday to award the young woman 7-point-65 million in damages -- since the company was found liable. meanwhile, solis is believed to have fled to mexico to avoid criminal prosecution./// ((christianne klein)) first it was samsung smart phones-- and now... there are reports parts of some samsung washing machines have exploded. u.s. regulators are warning owners of certain samsung washing machines about "safety issues". the issue affects some top loading machines made between march of 2011 and april of this year.
abnormal vibrations... when washing bedding and other bulky items./// ((paul joncich)) and you won't find this halloween window decoration in home depot's canadian stores as planned. the company pulled the almost 30 dollar item from stores after someone complained that it made light of voyeurism, which is a crime. the "scary peeper creeper" is made to mount on windows and features a hooded man peering through a window. it's still available in home depot's u-s stores and online./// ((christianne klein)) and beer night with matt damon, tom brady and ben affleck? ((paul joncich)) >> how you can win the date.. just ahead on the valley's news leader.///
if you're still not wide awake...don't feel guilty about drinking an extra cup of coffee... today is national coffee day! the origins of this holiday are unclear...but it continues to be a some krispy kreme locations are joining in on the fun...offering a free glazed donut and a 12-ounce cup of coffee to customers. dunkin' donuts is selling medium-sized cofee for just 66 cents as a nod to its sixty-sixth anniversary. --- now coffee lovers have a week of celebration still ahead with international coffee day just two days away./// toss to weather
((( 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 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 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.
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 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
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 foc 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.
considered the most dangerous celebrity of the year... sort of. ((christianne klein)) >> a study by intel security found that if you search her name.. there's a high likelihood that the link has malware and viruses. in the 10-year history of the "dangerous celbrity" list, schumer is the first woman to top the rankings. ((paul joncich)) >> singer justin bieber ranks second, followed by "the voice" host carson daly. ((christianne klein)) a similar warning is going out to brad pitt fans. he is not dead... "r-i-p brad pitt"... they are part of a phising scam. ((paul joncich)) if you see a post to that effect on facebook, do not click on it. your account might get hacked. ((christianne klein)) >> clicking it takes you to a page asking for your login info... but it's really just hackers./// ((paul joncich)) on a lighter note... how about a pizza night with tom brady... matt damon... and ben affleck? ((christianne klein)) >> the three are supporting three charities... eastern congo initiative... water dot org...
donation.. you're entered to win several prizes.. like dinner with the crew. ((paul joncich)) >> be sure to act fast... there are just 27 days left to donate and enter the contest./// ((christianne klein)) coming up... it back to work for the presidential hopefuls on the road. ((paul joncich)) >> but while clinton and trump are busy rallying support... libertarian gary johnson is dealing with more embarassment after admitting he couldn't think a world leader that he admires. ((christianne klein))
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after another slip up during an interview. this while hillary clinton and donald trump campaign in key battleground states. and as craig boswell explains... trump is looking to his support the next debate. democrat hillary clinton is in iowa - for the first day of early, in-person voting there. iowa is one of about a half-dozen battleground states that could decide the race. ((clinton)) "we have forty days to win an election that's going to affect the next 40 years of our country - and you - everyone one of you - can make the difference in this election!" clinton's camp announced she'll travel to ohio on monday, to urge early voting and talk about the economy.
trump accused clinton of abandoning ohio - despite a steady flow of clinton surrogates appearing there. ((craig boswell, cbs news, the white house)) "trump is already preparing for the second presidential debate according to this email to supporters a 30 page questionaire seeking advice on which issues he should focus on in order to win." trump rallied a crowd in new hampshire. ((trump)) "hillary clinton is an insider fighting only for herself and her donors. i'm an outsider fighting for you." rd candidate gary johnson struggled to name a foreign leader during a televised town hall wednesday night. (matthews) "who is your favorite foreign leader?" (johnson) "who is my favorite" (matthews) "just name any continent, any country. name one foreign leader that you respect or look up to. anybody." (johnson) (exhales) // (johnson) "i guess i'm having an aleppo moment. the "aleppo" moment refers to another televised misstep - where johnson did not know the syrian city at the center of the country's civil war. craig boswell, cbs news, the white house. ((christianne klein)) earlier today...
"it's been almost 24 hours...and i still can't come up with a foreign leader i look up to."/// ((christianne klein)) >> don't forget 8 news now is
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hold. we have team coverage of the supreme court decision... reaction from parents.... 3.29 "instead of spending money on sheldon adelson's stadium, they could fund the esa." and why there's still room for the law to be tweaked... ((denise valdez)) an officer and a suspect shot. we are live in kingman arizona... to find out what happened and how