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state capitol where offcials are on the verge of coming to a vote. ((lucy flores/(d) former assemblywoman: "as a former colleague of your body, i am ashamed to be sitting here.")) ((patrick walker)) complaints about equal time for stadium opponents on monday boiled over into a battle tuesday morning. ((lucy flores: "senator, i would..." sen. roberson: "lucy..." lucy flores: "respectfully request as a legislator..." sen. roberson: "we are on (the topic of) support of the project now...")) ((patrick walker)) former assemblywoman lucy flores speaking via video vegas asking for more time who wouldn't get a chance to testify against the stadium bill, senate bill 1. ((lucy flores: "as a legislator, it was customary to give equal time to the proponents and the opponents of a bill." sen. roberson: "that's what we're trying to do here...")) ((patrick walker)) senate majority leader michael roberson is serving as chairman of the committee of the whole as lawmakers hear the details and testimony on sb-1. but opponents say they haven't been allowed enough time to testify. they were initially allotted 30 minutes tuesday morning. ((sen. ben kieckhefer: "ms. flores, this is senator
flores: "...and we're happy to... oh now we're going to recess..." sen. kieckhefer: "it was asked for by senator ford... we'll be back ia second." (boos) )) patrick walrsenate leadership m during that recess leading to a two-hour extension of public comment. ((st. sen. ruben kihuen/(d) n. las vegas: "we're happy that they got this opportunity to speak up, almost everybody who wanted to speak out in opposition had the opportunity to do so." )) ((st. sen. patricia farley/(r) las vegas: "we heard from a lot of people today that need jobs, that want to come home to work, and that want to able to prtheirfamilies and co been missed publicly i think." )) ((christianne klein)) keep in mind... this is leading up to the first of possibly 3 votes on the bill. we'll see comments from both sides again in the assembly... before a vote in the assmebly... if it makes it out of the senate. we're told a senate vote could be happeing very soon. ((dave courvoisier)) ((christianne klein)) ((tedd florendo)) ((( staying unseasonably warm today with temps close to
afternoon. this after last week we stayed below normal for many days and not we're sneaking in a little humidity as well. clouds have also enveloped the region today but instability remains low so t'shower chances will not be an issue today. even in mohave county development remains low. looking at some breezes today that could last through some parts of the evening. ................................ ... ...................... here's your hour by hou high clouds with warm temps this evening. expecting mild temps by 11 pm with winds slight breeze at time and decreasing late and by morning. wake temp near 70 by morning under mostly clear skies. we'll have an update on the rest of the week coming up in your most accurate weather now forecast
the explosive threat turned out to be a hoax. police are asking anyone with any information on this to contact crimestoppers./// ((dave courvoisier)) homicide detectives are investigating a deadly shooting near downtown. nia wong was on the scene earlier today... she has the latest on what police are learning. a man in his late 30s was found dead in the street off 15th and ogden. metro says they first got the call around 6:45 this morning.witness es nearby reportedly heard multiple gunshots. with a gunshot wound to his head and to his neck. police say he was walking alone westbound from 17th street. emma samoy lives in the area.. she was not surprised to hear about this shooting. (( emma samoy/heard gunshots oh my goodness this is a really really bad area, believe me . this is a bad area because all the homeless, all the prostitutes, drug addict...everything is here )) >>witnesses also say they saw a brown sedan leaving the area. metro is trying to figure out if this was an attempted robbery....a
multiple suspects were involved in this shooting. they are looking at surveillance footage from a home in the neighborhood. they ask anyone with more video or information to contact them. reporting live from downtown. nia wong 8 news now. ((dave courvoisier)) 5 people were hurt last night in reno.. when a pickup truck plowed into them. it happened downtown... where a handful of people were having a peaceful protest to call for "columbus day" to be changed to "indigenous people's day". police say the group was in a crosswalk blockit the pickup drove up to the scene, and after a heated confrontation... drove through the crowd. one person was taken to the hospital with minor injuries.. the others treated at the scene. officers did track down the driver ./// ((dave courvoisier)) and on the presidential race donald trump has set his sights on high profile republicans who have pulled the plug on supporting his run for the white house. ((christianne klein)) >> it comes after many republican members of congress unendorsed the gop nominee and to no surprise is providing democratic candidates fuel for
craig boswell is on capitol hill. donald trump is attacking republicans who have turned their backs on him. (gfx) trump took direct aim at house speaker paul ryan on twitter calling him weak and ineffective. (sot: donald trump/(r) presidential nominee) "you know, you have people who can't fix their budget but then start talking about their nominee." the fallout started after a leaked video shows trump using crude language to describe how he makes advances on women. (nats) "i just start kissing them. it's like a magnet. just kiss. i don't even wait." for no longer endorsing him because of what trump calls his "locker room" comments. (gfx) and he implied he'll no longer worry about other republicans saying the "shackles" are now off so that he can run the campaign his way. (sot: jon allen/roll call reporter) "i don't know what he means by unshackled. i'm at a loss at what he could say that would be less disciplined than the things he's been saying of late." (standup: craig boswell/cbs news/capitol hill) speaker ryan is now focused
congress. while democrats are working hard to tie gop members to trump. (nats) "mike gallagher says we have to support donald trump. no, we don't. and we don't have to support mike gallagher either." (gfx) democrats need 30 seats to take back control of the house - and five seats to win back the senate. (sot: sec. hillary clinton/(d) presidential nominee) "it is one of the most important issues at stake in this election." hillary clinton is in florida today talking about climate change with former vice president al gore. craig boswell, cbs news, capitol hill. ((dave courvoisier)) emails today from clinton campaign chairman john podesta. the hacked emails reveal clinton's campaign believed the controversy over clinton's use of a private email server while she was secretary of state would blow over after one weekend./// ((christianne klein)) 8 news now wants voters to hear from our candidates for senate.. this friday channel 8 is teaming up with univision... to host a senate debate. joe heck and catherine cortez masto will both take the stage at canyon springs high school in north las vegas. it begins at 7 pm. you can watch it right here on 8
candidates today for exclusive interviews... coming up at five they'll weigh in on what they believe is the single most important policy issue in our state. don't forget 8 news now is your local election headquarters both on air and online at las vegas now dot.com./// ((dave courvoisier)) hackers have caused some major concerns for yahoo's billions of customers. ((christianne klein)) >> coming up on the valley's news leader... how the problem is now impacting at&t customers and how the company is handling the issue.///
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diagnosed with a rare form of cancer on my spinal chord. but i spent my whole life fighting back. so you can imagine what i thought when i saw donald trump say... "i don't know what i said, ah, i don't remember!" condition that impairs movement of his arms." i don't want a president who makes fun of me. i want a president who inspires me, and that's not donald trump. priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising. we all know you have to work together in order to get things done. but in washington, too often joe heck has been part of the problem, putting his party and special interests before nevada.
is 8 news now at four. ((dave courvoisier)) yahoo recently revealed that hackers we're able to access information to at least a half billion yahoo accounts. but even if you don't have a yahoo email address you may have been affected. ((christianne klein)) >> some at&t customers say they're having trouble changing their password. julie watts explains why.
breach -- he immediately tried to change his password... (nats) "it wouldn't allow me to do it." like many, art's "yahoo" account... is "merged" with a.t. and t an option at&t offereed as a "conveniece.." that's "not" so convenient right now... (sot-art stryer/at&t customer) "i could change the password at at&t, but it would not affect the yahoo password." (sot-laura hautala/ cnet) "not being able to change their passwords right away is dangerous." and cnet's laura hautala says .... art's not the only at&t customer struggling to change their yahoo password... and even worse. (sot-laura hautala/ cnet) accounts and not realize it.." she explains - customers with at&t.. or sbc-global email adresses may also be affected - even if they never had a yahoo adress. (sot-laura hautala/ cnet) "when they set up their at&t account with broadband or other services, they had an option to create an email account that was running through a yahoo server." cnet says that option dates back to a 15-year old partnership between at&t and yahoo... in a statement - at&t says: "yahoo is notifying all of our potentially affected customers,
reminder to those customers to change their passwords" though neither at&t or yahoo could confirm how many of those customers include people who never had a yahoo address at all. (nats) leaving art grateful - at least he knows he's part of the hack. (on cam tag: julie watts/cbs news/san francisco) art has now successfully unmerged his accounts-- using a 6-step process provided by at&t. julie watts, for cbs news, san francisco./// ((dave courvoisier)) many residents in north waitng for relief from the flood. ((christianne klein)) >> up next on the valley's news leader >> the rescue operations underway after dozens of counties are declared federal disaster areas./// announcer: you're watching 8 news now at four.
((christianne klein)) 31 counties in north carolina are now considered federal disaster areas. rescue operations are still underway in communities flooded by hurricane matthew. ((dave courvoisier)) >> rivers are still days away from cresting while levees and dams are being pushed to their limits. don champion is in hard-hit city of lumberton with the latest. 58-year-old joni gaddy didn't think she'd make it out alive.
house." floodwaters continue rising in her hometown of lumberton, north carolina. gaddy had been trapped in her home since saturday and couldn't find help. (sot joni gaddy/flood victim) "i had signs on my house i had sheets and towels screaming at them and they would never stop" we spoke to gaddy moments after her son gene- who drove from michigan- rescued her. from braving chest high water. (sot gene flora/son) ""got halfway there and heard her voice and that gave me a burst of energy to get to her" (white flash to) (sot gene again) "it's mom what would you do- you only get one" (sot don champion/cbs news/lumberton, nc) across parts of the state- some rivers are rising days after hurricane matthew dumped more than a foot of rain. crews have used boats, trucks and helicopters for over 2 thousand rescues. at least 15 people have diedmost killed while trying
(sot: gov. pat mccrory/north carolina r) 09:09:00 "today if we say the water's coming and we say do not drive through that water, we mean it." in moore county, inspectors are working to shore-up the woodlake dam. approximately 92-thousand county residents were ordered to evacuate and are waiting on word when they might be allowed to go home. don champion, cbs news, lumberton, nc ((dave courvoisier)) the north carolina state bureau of investigation is looking into a shooting death that happened during a rescue operation. trooper shot and killed a man in lumberton who pulled out a handgun./// toss to weather ((tedd florendo)) ((( more clouds today mixed
warmed up above average again. looking close to 90 degrees with puts us nearly 10 degrees above average for this time of year. rain chances remain slim at this point as well even for mohave county as now. ................................ ... .............. temperatures around the region warmed to low 90's for the east part of the valley where we remained the warmest due to low elevation. west side cooler in the high 80's; even cooler for kyle canyon in the 60 by late today. many neighborhoods remained above average for our highs and will stay that way through the next few days. ................. .................. ................... regional temps also remained extra warm from mesquite all the way down to laughlin as we jumped the 90's through plenty of neighbohroods. we're expecting many locales to stay that way for a few days before we see some changes late
slighthor chances could turn ne ............................... ough but showers have beenrn ne limited around the region. even conditions are quiter in me did antcipate thunderstorm development and even that remains low for now. we're expecting a slight increase in wind today with wind decreasing a little tomorrow. ................................ ... ................. tonight
morning under mostly clear skies. slight breezes through the evening but lighter winds by late and overnight. tomorrow expect a high of 89 degrees and staying above average again. clouds clear more tomorrow as we heat up again. ................................ ... ................... extended forecast shows mostly sunny to sunny skies all week. temps remain above average through the workweek, but do drop slightly by late week. we'll begin to see some breezy winds develop late week as well, but we still remain dry with slight shower chances returning early next week. we'll have another weather update coming up in a few minutes.
refugee who turned his life around and is now using his epxerience to help people starting a new life in the u-s./// announcer: you're watching 8 news now at four. he's divisive and dangerous. "uh, i don't know what i said. uh... i don't remember." but congressman hardy supports trump 100% and said he'll do whatever trump wants him to do. hardy even said people with disabilities are a drain on society and that seniors who rely on programs like social security are a draw on government. donald trump and congressman hardy --
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living in a third world country torn apart by civil war. and now, one las vegas local is sharing his experince to help inspire refugees and immigrants. ((dave courvoisier)) >> demetria obilor tells this incredible story of giving back in our everyday heroes. imagine this: you're seven-years-old living in a country divided by a chaotic civil war. you're faced with two options. you leave.. or you die. las vegas local biar atem knows this story all too well as one of "lost boys" of south sudan.
dislocated boys, ages 5-11, fled the south sudan in order to survive civil war. these children walked over 1000 miles in search of shelter at different refugee camps. biar made it, but many did not... biar 00:19:17;13 "a lot of them died from starvation, some died of diseases like malaria and some were eaten by wild animals like crocodiles." 00:19:24;19 and the refugee camps weren't anything like a home 00:21:05;03 "the food that you used to get was just something to keep you alive. it wasn't real sufficient. you'd get grains. you know, maybe like a half lid of oil of salt and maybe a half-pound of beans for your protein needs, so life was real difficult in the camp." 00:21:26;00 biar was a refugee for 13 years, before finding a home here in our valley. he has a family, a master's degree and has established the south sudan center of america, which provides job training and assistance to refugees and immigrants. 00:16:36;06 "what most of of the refugees really need ... they need somebody that could be
country, and not having anybody here, they kind of feel lost at the time." 00:16:59;28 it's more than just groceries, biar equips these people with ways to combat intolerance and injusticehe provides a sense of home that is often lost upon those are forced to leave their own. 00"15:50;20 "i'm not a hero. i'm just somebody that is really willing to make a difference in the community by sharing my story to inspire other people in the community, really." 00:16:00;17 red cross everyday ((dave courvoisier)) coming up on the valley's news leader a valley business owner refuses to become the victim after a fire sparks at their location. (( i love vegas--this is our home )) ((christianne klein)) >> the plan of action in place to make sure they don't miss a beat./// announcer: now, live...this is 8 news now at
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least half a dozen small businesses along the 900-block of valley view boulevard. katie boer spoke with several business owners about their plans to rebuild. ((katie boer)) well dave and christianne the affect of this fire is clearly devastating -- a total loss for the asian culture alliance -- which appears to have the experienced the worst of it. the president of the center--cavin fung--met with investigators company today trying to determine the extent of their loss--after flames destroyed what he called his "second home" the non-profit, which just moved in here this past may-- plans to hold an emergency meeting about efforts to secure a new building and plans for their upcoming "asian culture day" ((04:39 letting everybody know what happened, whats about to happen and how and where wrre going to all meet together and keep in the same pace :50 ..... :51 we will come back like a
((katie boer)) >>fung told us today that while they lost a number of posters and banners for their asian culture day -- they are still planning on hosting the event november 12th. other businesses like "smart choices" -- a court diversion program told us they remain open at a temporary location and can be reached by phone. non-profit remains open at a different location and says their international tournament later this month will continue. the executive director told me it'll be as good if not better than last year. ((katie boer)) we talked to other business owners here that did not experience damage -- one of which told us they just got
restrooms or running water. reporting live off valley view boulevard, kbo 8nn. /// ((tedd florendo)) ((( staying unseasonably warm today with temps close to 90 through many neighborhoods this afternoon. this after last week we stayed below normal for many days and not we're snk well. clouds have also enveloped the region today but instability remains low so t'shower chances will not be an issue today. even in mohave county development remains low. looking at some breezes today that could last through some parts of the evening. ................................ ... ...................... here's your hour by hour for tonight. high clouds with warm temps this evening. expecting mild temps by 11 pm with winds slight breeze at time and decreasing late and by morning. wake temp near 70 by morning under mostly clear skies.
of the heaviest strikes in days. this comes after a lull over the past few days that saw the syrians and their allies press forward in a ground offensive. the united nations and doctors without borders are both pushing hard for a ceasefire, to allow the injured out. it's unclear how many civilians are still living in the ruins of eastern aleppo. the united nations estimates its probably over 200 thousand. astonishingly, in spite of the damage, basic services like water and power continue to function./// partial power has been restored in parts of southern california after thousands of residents were left without. the outage apparently triggered a flare-off event at an oil refinery in torrance ... which is caused a hazardous materials scare. the refinery was evacuated. a flare-off is a safety procedure that refineries use to relieve pressure and ensure gases are safely burned off to minimize release into the atmosphere. a shelter in place was was issued for residents and has now been lifted.///
president obama says he wants to send people to mars... and expects to be around to see it. in an op-ed published today for cnn, obama says his goal is to send humans to mars by the 2030's with the help of private innovators. seven companies have received awards recently to develop habitation systems on the red planet. president obama says his ultimate ambition is to quote "one day remain there for an extended time." the op-ed was released ahead of the president's visit to the and technology, which begins thursday. we asked our viewers what they thought about this target date and what they think about making the trip to the red planet./// ((christianne klein)) bob said helping our veterans take flight this week. ((christianne klein)) >> coming up on the valley's news leader.. we talk with the people giving some special veterans a lift to washingotn d-c to honors those who gave thier lives
for our freedom.///
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star is teaming up with honor flights to make sure some of our local war heroes have a chance to visit the veteran memorials in washington dc...the flight takes off this friday from mccarran and joining us this afternoon is one of those heroes joseph childers along with joel willden with yellow checker star.... joel, tell us how yellow checker star is partnering with honor fligs why is it so important for your
((dave courvoisier)) little more than she bargained for during a shopping trip to walmart. she went into the store a mother of two... and left a mom of three! aubrey mckay
has the rest of the story. (dustin haight, store manager): "in about 15 minutes we went from having a little bit of stomach problem to delivering a baby." employees at the payson walmart say register 11 will never be the same (dustin haight, store manager): "i think weve even renamed it register baby."
morning, when she told a manager she wasn't feeling well. she went to register eleven to pay for her items, that manager called 911 and told the woman not to worry about paying. they could tell she was in labor. (aubrey mckay, reporting): "but before having the baby, she insisted on paying." walmart employees and customers helped, grabbing towels and holding up sheets, all to help the woman deliver a baby boy. (dustin haight, store manager): "by the time the emts got here, she had paid for her merchandise and had a baby." one of those emt's says in his 20 years of being in the field he's ner have been delivered, but never to such a public place. he says everyone there did a great job. (asst. chief terry reilly, payson fire rescue): "she was very calm, she did very well, this was her third child so she had experienced childbirth before. so i don't think she was as nervous about it other than it was at walmart." mom and baby were taken to the hospital in good condition. (dustin haight, store manager): "we're gonna buy her a whole bunch of goods, like diapers and formula and this time we wont make her pay haha." walmart has
report mom and baby are doing well and they are planning to come and visit some day soon. in payson, aubrey mckay,/// toss to weather ((tedd florendo)) ((( more clouds today mixed with some sunshine as temperatures looking close to 90 degrees with puts us nearly 10 degrees above average for this time of year. rain chances remain slim at this point as well even for mohave county as instability remains weak right now.
temperatures around the region warmed to low 90's for the east part of the valley where we remained the warmest due to low elevation. west side cooler in the high 80's; even cooler for kyle canyon in the 60 by late today. many neighborhoods remained above average for our highs and will stay that way through the next few days. ..... .............................. ................... extra warm from mesquite all the way down to laughlin as we jumped the 90's through plenty of neighbohroods. we're expecting many locales to stay that way for a few days before we see some changes late week with wind first then slightly cooler temps heading to the weekend. slight shower chances could return next week. .............. ..................... ................ radar showing high clouds moving
been limited around the region. even conditions are quiter in mohave county where we did antcipate thunderstorm development and even that remains low for now. we're expecting a slight increase in wind today with wind decreasing a little tomorrow. .. ............................. .... ................. here's the forecast. tonight expect a low near 70 and mild by morning under mostly clear skies. slight breezes through the evening but lighter winds by late and overnight. tomorrow expect a high of 89 grees d staying above erage aga. ouds clear more tomorrow weat tended forest shows mostlsunny we'll begin to see some as well, but we still remain dry with slight shower chances returning early next week. we'll have another weather update coming up in a few minutes.
the expanded recall includes all ice cream with cookie dough. according to the press release, blue bell initiated the recall expansion after their supplier provided more information on which cookie dough batches were affected. the texas-based ice cream maker said recalled products may contain listeria --which can lead to potentially fatal infections in young children. no illnesses have been reported. ((christianne klein)) pokemon go is unintentionally pivoting to become a fitness app. a new study from microsoft research foud percent more steps than they did before playing pokemon go. that's estimated to an extra 144-billion steps. the most drastic changes in activity level were seen in sedentary users now who are often found walking around trying to catch pokemon -- interest in pokemon go surged during the summer but has recently declined. researchers caution that interest would need to remain high for the positive impacts to
comedian adam devine is making a stop in las vegas for his weird life comedy tour. he'll be doing stand up comedy at the joint at the hard rock hotel on january 27th. devine is best known as one of the creators of the show workaholics, and the movie mike and dave need wedding dates. tickets go on sale this friday at 10 starting at $35./// ((dave courvoisier)) coming up on the valley's news leader.. putting the man in manicure. ((christianne klein)) >> the new business idea that's hoping to bring the salon experience o the country. ((dave courvoisier)) >> plus... destroying debt... one dollar at a time. coming up at 5... see how michelle mortensen is helping a local family get out of a hole... 60-thousand dollars deep./// announcer: you're watching 8 news now at four.
we all know you have to work together in order to get things done. but in washington, too often joe heck has been part of the problem, putting his party and special interests before nevada. i'm proud of my work with the bush and obama administrations on homeland security. and every bill i sponsored as attorney general was passed by democrats
salon filled with women sparked a unique
business idea for a hollywood screen-writer. hammer and nails is a california grooming shop aimed at men who like to look good. it's designed to resemble a man-cave... and more salons are expected to open throughout the u-s. erica nochlin has the story. (nats) beer, t-v and an oversized
(nats) but it's also...a nail salon? hammer and nails is a guy's grooming shop in hollywood. (alex jawharjian/ customer) "there's really nothing that's like it." created to make men feel comfortable with the decorations, lighting, drinks and even the cedar wood scent -- all while getting manicures and pedicures. (nats) (michael elliot/founder) "they l screen-writer turned entrepreneur michael elliot says it started when he went to a traditional nail salon. (michael elliot/founder) "it was women everywhere, the canary yellow walls, this very hyper-feminine environment. and i felt out of place." and you know what happened next. (michael elliot/founder) "if i can create a place where a guy that would never step foot in a nail salon would not only go to, but want to come back, i could be onto something."
been opened for a few years already, but they're about to expand around the country." (nats) (erica nochlin/reporter) "just this year, they sold 183 franchise licenses in eight different states." (michael elliot/founder) "we're on our way to becoming -- you know -- the next big men's brand." but women, you're welcomed here too. (michael elliot/founder) "and there's also women that want to come with their husbands for the first time." (alex jawharjian/ customer) "my mom would always say -- you know -- you look at a man's nails and you look at his shoes. and this is step number one of that. you know, it's very important to be ((christianne klein)) hammer and nails opened in 2013 and gained popularity after being featured on the hit show "shark tank." although founder, michael elliot, didn't get an investment offer from the sharks, the nail shop for guys certainly gained exposure. some 180-new locations are expected to open throughout the u-s soon./// christianne klein that's all for us at 4. 8 news now at five starts after this. don't forget.. we're always on at las vegas now dot com, on facebook and
and i approved ithis message.n man: the tea party republicans in congress want to cut social security. woman: and danny tarkanian wants to join them. man: he is proud to call himself a "tea party radical." man: he wants to privatize social security... woman: ...just like them. woman: risking social security benefits on wall street. man: danny tarkanian would raise the retirement age... woman: just like the tea party republicans in congress. man: they would take away what we've paid for out of every paycheck. man:that's "tea party radical" for ya'. day 2 of the special session rolls on.. and the discussions are getting more lively between supporters and opposition of an nfl stadium on the strip. ((dave courvoisier)) >> one on one with joe heck and catherine cortez masto. the u-s senate candidates give their take on what the biggest issues are in nevada... and how they'd work to correct them. ((denise valdez)) >> two years after allegations surfaced...