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chase across the valley .. before being shot by officers ... the crimes metro believes he was responsible for .. ((kirsten joyce)) >> plus... the fate of an nfl stadium in the valley could be determined today .. the new opposition the bill just received before the crucial
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weather won't last forever... sherry has a look at your weather now forecast. ((kirsten joyce)) 8 news now good day, the valley's news leader, starts right now./// ((now, live...this is 8 news now good day.)) ((brian loftus)) thanks for waking up with us on 8 news now good day, the valley's news leader. i'm brian loftus. ((kirsten joyce)) >> and i'm kirsten joyce. we continue to follow breaking news this morning. a suspect was killed overnight, after leading metro police on a chase across the valley. >> police say they are confident the man that was killed.. was involved in a string of henderson robberies and in the downtown area. 8 news now reporter nia wong live on scene at 214 and hualapai with the very latest. nia? metro tells us the person killed tonight is a white male in his 40s....and they're "confident" he's connected to at least 14 robberies in henderson and downtown. officers spotted this man driving a vehicle....matchi ng a
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las vegas boulevard and sahara but instead of complying....met ro says he led them on a chase through "many many miles" in the valley. the pursuit ended when metro used stop sticks on this vehicle between hualapai and fort apache. they say this man displayed a gun..which led officers to shoot him. he is now dead. metro says they found a gun in the suspect's car. they tell us all officers inovlved in this pursuit are not hurt. (( )) ((brian loftus)) ((kirsten joyce)) our other top story this morning takes us to carson city.... where the state assembly is set to vote on the stadium and convention center bill today. ((brian loftus)) >> the bill needs 2- thirds of the votes in order to move forward to governor sandoval's desk for his approval. the nearly 2- billion dollar nfl stadium is meant to lure the radiers to las vegas.... if the bill is approved, 750- million dollars in public
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it would come from a nearly 1- percent increase on the hotel room tax on the strip. the stadium is expected to create some 14- thousand jobs here in the valley: (( eddie ramirez/labor union las vegas: it goes way beyond the raiders this is about jobs this is about creating a new economy)) ((matt capalby/the peaks advocacy group: "and it's not just about the stadium or the convention center this will have a ripple of fact there are so many other businesses build up around the convention center and the stadium" )) ((brian loftus)) >> however just yesterday, the one of the biggest opponents on this specific plan. the newspaper's editorial board says it's keeping taxpayers on the hook if enough revenue isn't generated. another issue-- many say the money should instead be used for education. however, developers say the stadium would generate about 13- million for public education each year. prior to the vote on the stadium bill, the assembly will vote on the more cops tax bill. we have crews in carson city, and we will of course keep you updated on the very latest developments./// sherry, how's the weather?
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milky clouds yesterday.... and
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valley. .... winds pick up tomorrow with a large low pressure moving in off the pacific northwest coast friday and the weekend. rain and mountain snow already arriving acorss the northwest this morning. ......... more highs in the upper 80s today... and thene ventually cooler. demetria, how are the roads? eb closed ....wb reope
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along 215 between durango and hualapai. the closure situation iso and changing, but it looks like the eastbound side is closed and there are still restrictions on the westbound side.
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back to you! vice president joe biden is in las vegas today ... teaming up with catherine cortez masto to campaign for democratic nominee, hillary clinton. ((kirsten joyce)) >> they will be holding a rally at a local union .. urging people to get out and vote. this ... as hillary clinton just campaigned in town yesterday. she spoke in front of 35- hundred people outside the smith center. the former secretary of state spoke about strengthening the economy... but also went after her opponent... donald trump.
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vegas, you know something about this, i don't know how you can lose a billion dollars running a casino.")) ((kirsten joyce)) >> catherine cortez masto also spoke at yesterday's rally in favor of the democratic nominee. clinton has a narrow lead over trump in nevada -- just over a point in an average of polls over the last 3 weeks.// ((kirsten joyce)) >> and a protester was escorted out of last night's rally by metro police. the man was wearing a shirt accusing former president bill even yelling it./// ((kirsten joyce)) donald trump is threatening legal action and demanding a retraction from the new york times. they published a report yesterday ... claiming he groped and kissed two women decades ago. it came out the same day another video surfaced from 1992.. of trump making comments about a young girl. (((voice of: trump) you're going up the escalator? yeah. i'm going to be dating her in 10 years. can you believe it? )) ((kirsten joyce)) >> the allegations about trump ... come out the same day wikileaks posted more emails reportedly
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podesta... the exchanges show her aides mocking catholics and evangelicals. the clinton campaign maintains russia instigated the hack to benefit trump./// ((brian loftus)) the two candidates will be in the valley in less than a week for the final presidential debate at the thomas and mack. today .. metro police, along with unlv and tourism leaders will be discussing security measures in place for the event. they'll also be talking more about parking closures and how traffic will be impacted./// ((brian loftus)) a 8 news now is hosting a senate debate this friday between congressman joe heck and former attorney general catherine cortez masto. the debate starts at 7:00 friday night... and you can watch it right here on channel 8./// ((brian loftus)) 8 news now is your local election headquarters. you can find all things politics both on air and online at las vegas now dot com./// ((kirsten joyce)) still to come on 8 news
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critical condition this morning... ((brian loftus)) >> the overnight shootout with a suspect... and how the officers were pulled to safety. ((kirsten joyce)) plus.. preventing deadly crashes on our roadways.... tips from officers on how to keep our streets safe this season, coming up...in "what's driving metro crazy?"/// ((you're watching the valley's news leader... with brian loftus, kirsten
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((kirsten joyce)) two boston i were shot and critically injured late last night .. and the suspect killed in the shootout. police were called out for a domestic incident between two male roommates .. when police entered the home .. shots were fired .. the officers were hit .. back up was called .. and officers dragged their colleagues out of the home and to safety .. even as the shooting continued. the suspect died in the shootout ..
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veterans of the department .. having served 28 and 12 years. nine other officers were also taken to the hospital for minor injuries and stress./// ((kirsten joyce)) and in connecticut.. investigators say a fiery plane crash appears to be a suicide. they say the flight instructor and student pilot got into a fight in the cockpit. the instructor could not regain control of the plane before the crash. the instructor survived but is recovering from severe burns ... the student was killed. ofci in 2012 to learn to fly. his instructor described him as disgruntled about becoming a pilot. the fbi is now leading the investigation./// ((sherry swensk)) people in north carolina are still dealing with high floodwaters ... long after hurricane matthew is gone. of the 30 people killed so far in the u-s by hurricane matthew ... 20 have been in north carolina. rivers continue to reach historic levels and flooding
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dozens of counties have been declared disasters by the federal government.. many people are without power, clean water .. a lot have lot everything .. some 3- thousand are seeking refuge in local shelters... like the red cross .. where a las vegas woman is volunteering: (( crystal garland, executive coordinator, american red cross: this is my first deployment so i'm really excited and nervous and ready to get started and hit the ground running. i'm just looking forward to going out there to help to help as much as i can and to just have the experience of being deployed for the red cross ((sherry swensk)) crystal garland, along with 7 other volunteers left for north carolina yesterday ... where they will help the storm victims for the next two weeks./// ((demetria obilor)) one image to come from hurricane matthew is trending this morning ... and is sure to melt your heart. take a look at this adorable kitten in a little sweater. he was rescued during the storm and was a chilly .. so they put a tube sock on him as a sweater. these photos went viral after someone spotted the cat up for
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and good news.. a couple adopted this little guy./// sherry, how's the weather? ((sherry swensk))
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sunshine. ............. then gusty winds tomorrow and fire weather watches. ............... and slightly cooler by monday - temps drop to low 80s. a large area of low pressure will tomorrow and through the weekend and the winds will kick up tomorrow for the desert... and stay breezy through the weekend. ............. hurricane nicole is barreling over bermuda with 140 mph winds. ............... it's a very strong category four storm... and the little island of bermuda
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rainfall... and damaging storm surge flooding. ............ here at home...gusty winds pick up tomorrow... and afterwards the air will cool our temps a little - about five degrees - and bring highs back to normal low 80s. mornings in the low 60s. ............. the weekend will stay breezy right into monday./// now to demetria for a look at the roads.
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rose to green valley. no delays coming in from boulder city.
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old ... and his health has been failing over the past decade. he took the throne in 1946 .. and was the world's longest reigning monarch. thailand's prime minister declared a 1- year mourning period for government officials. the crown prince will be the new monarch in accordance with the constitution./// ((kirsten joyce)) still to come on 8 news now good day... more teens are dying in crashes for the first time in nearly a decade .. ((brian loftus)) >> what they're doing behind the wheel .. with fatal results. ((kirsten joyce)) and it's time for today's facebook contest. register towi good luck!//// you're watching 8 news
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as a marine combat veteran, i understand the sacrifices our military makes. our benefits are earned, and we rely on them. politicians like joe heck should understand that. narrator: joe heck voted to shut down the federal government, risking critical services for nevada veterans. and during that shutdown, paycheck. his military record deserves respect. but back in dc, joe heck is putting politics before nevada. and that doesn't work for me. narrator: vote vets is responsible for the content
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is rising for the first time in nearly a decade. ((brian loftus)) >> new data from federal regulators this morning reveal a ten percent increase last year in teen driving deaths. kris van cleave has the results of a new survey showing teenagers' top mistakes. donovan tessmer was about to start his senior year of high school. while out with friends, the teen's girlfriend was speeding, lost control and hit a tree. donovan wasn't wearing a seatbelt - he was ejected and killed instantly. martha tessmer/mother)
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to be standing on a crash site looking down at a yellow tarp knowing that my son was underneath it. but also knowing that the young driver would have never done anything to hurt us on purpose." almost a decade later, speeding remains the top mistake teens make behind the wheel. (gfx 1 out) of the nearly 14,000 fatal crashes involving teen drivers over the last 5 years, more than 42-hundred involved speed. tamra johnson/aaa) "i think one of the kind of disturbing things is that it's not getting any better." tamra johnson from triple-a says its survey found parents were often more guiltyo than their teens. 65% of driving instructors complained parents were worse at teaching their children to drive than a decade ago. tamra johnson/aaa) "when parents set stricter rules for their teens before they get behind the wheel, those teens typically have less crashes." after speed, the most common mistake teens make is distracted driving. "i thought that he was snap-chatting, actually, because he had it up like this, but he said that he was texting." for that violationchristian castellano got a ticket. kvc) "do you text and
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"normally no because my mom got onto me when i first started driving, and so after that i quit doing it, and then i was running late." the third big mistake is not properly scanning the road for hazards this teen fails to notice another car running the red light. "whoa! stop! hit your breaks!" kris van cleave, cbs news, rockville, maryland. ((brian loftus)) >> new research funded by ford finds a full third of teens are waiting till they're 18 to get their license graduated licensing laws and that may be resulting in more fatal crashes . ((kirsten joyce)) >> graduated licensing laws place limits on young drivers and have been credited with reduce teen crash risk by as much as 30 percent./// demetria, what's
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demetria obilor breaking the rules of the driving privileges and someone their life. today, we hear from metro detective rich tusko, who investigates fatal collisions. he explains what officers will be looking out for this season and how you can help prevent deadly crashes. "our big concern this year, of course, is the exiting of summer and the entrance of our fall season, winter season. biggest thing we see with that is the cooling of the temperatures and, of course, with that we'll see more pedestrians on the roadway, lot more motorcyclists, just generally lot more people on the roadway enjoying the cooler weather. also, the time change will make it a
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drivers paying attention to the pedestrians, maybe crossing where they're not supposed to or in a crosswalk, maybe scanning ahead to pay attention for those people. children, in the roadway, will be out playing more now that the temperatures are cooler. also looking at paying attention to motorcycles, speed limits, maybe pedestrians wearing brighter clothing, so that they can draw the attention of the drivers. we do see, unfortunately, the numbers go up in fatalities and ths collisions when the temperatures go down. "we'll get a lot more of the holiday parties, the drinking. we urge people, of course, to call friends, call family. don't drink and drive. the worse thing you want to have is lose a family member in the holiday season. ((demetria obilor)) > detective tusko says that scanning far ahead is key in preventing deadly crashes. it's so important to be aware of various situations that are
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roadways. what's driving you crazy? remember, you can write me at. traffic 8 at las vegas now dot com. remember, you can write me at. traffic 8 at las vegas now dot com. back to you./// ((kirsten joyce)) americans need to save more money for retirement nowadays ... ((brian loftus)) >> how to get your employer >> how to get your employer to fund some money for your golden years .. .in today's 8 on your side. we'll be right back on 8 news now good day, the valley's news leader./// ((kirsten joyce))
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hey guys. i called you all in because i just had an idea. brunch. allday, every day. brunch? that's great! where'd you get that idea? well... sweetie? you know what we're craving right now? crispy chicken, and fried egg, with bacon. like brunch. brunch? but it's 8pm and it's tuesday. huh, i wonder if my mother would like to stay with us... should we get started? who wants coffee? introducing my new brunchfast menu. with tasty options like my brunch burger and a crispy bacon and egg chicken sandwich. two billionaires, spending millions to buy a senate seat for joe heck. smearing catherine cortez masto with ads called "bogus," "highly misleading," and "false." as attorney general, it's cortez masto who held banks accountable and helped nevada homeowners. and governor sandoval praised cortez masto's dedication to fighting sex trafficking. don't let joe heck's billionaires fool you. catherine cortez masto
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and i approve this message. the west side ... the reason police say they were forced to open fire, killing a suspect. ((brian loftus)) >> plus... the suspect in the new york and new jersey bombings facing charges .. the reason his first appearance before a judge won't be in the courtroom. ((kirsten joyce)) >> and... a cooldown coming our way fo the weekend .. the gusty conditions .. and dip in temps.
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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. ((brian loftus)) >> and i'm brian loftus. we continue to follow breaking news this morning.. a suspect was shot and killed by police .. after an overnight chase across the valley. ((kirsten joyce)) >> invesigators say they believe this man was involved in a string of henderson robberies.. and in the downtown area. wong is live near the 215 and hualapai with the very latest. ((nia wong)) >> i'm on hualapai right above the 215... behind me you can see the deadly end to a pursuit which police say started around 11 last night. metro tells us the person killed tonight is a white male in his 40s....and they're "confident" he's connected to at least 14 robberies in henderson and downtown. officers spotted this man driving a vehicle....matchi ng a description tied to these robberies. they tried to pull him over near
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but instead of complying....met ro says he led them on a chase through "many many miles" in the valley. the pursuit ended when metro used stop sticks on this vehicle between hualapai and fort apache. they say this man displayed a gun..which led officers to shoot him. he is now dead. metro says they found a gun in the suspect's car. they tell us all officers inovlved in this pursuit are not hurt. ((nia wong)) >> for now they can't say what led officers to shoot this man but it is still very early in officers to shoot this man. reporting live. nia wong 8 news now. ((kirsten joyce)) sherry, how's the weather? ((sherry swensk)) skies are clear after all those milky clouds yesterday.... and winds are calm with temps dropping to the 60s around the
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winds pick up tomorrow with a large low pressure moving in off the pacific northwest coast friday and the weekend. rain and mountain snow already arriving acorss the northwest this morning. snow already arriving ......... more highs in the upper 80s today... and thene ventually cooler. demetria, how are the roads? an officer involved shooting is
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causing closures
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northwest beltway... eastbound 215 is still closed from n. durango to n. hualapai. westbound side
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who ran over protesters on monday. three people were injured ... including a woman who remained hospitalized yesterday .. the group was rallying in support of native american rights when police say an 18- year old man drive a truck into them./// ((brian loftus)) metro police are child.. that happened on tropicana, near the 215... from earlier this month. police say they found a five- month- old unresponsive around 2-30 in the morning on october 8-th. metro abuse and neglect is investigating the case. once we receive more information, we will update you on air and online. /// ((kirsten joyce)) unlv is teaming up with nasa to help us get into deep space. the partnership is with lockheed martin... which supports nasa's "o-rion" program. the goal of that program is to land humans on asteroids and mars. over the next five- years...
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five- million dollars for research. the school has worked with nasa in the past... as part of the "mentor-protege program"./// ((brian loftus)) a new way to see the incredible cirque du soliel shows on the strip ... ((kirsten joyce)) >> the free, behind the scene look at the beatles love. ((brian loftus)) plus.. keeping ice cream cold ... with the sun? the las vegas local who says he figured out how to do just that. ((kirsten joyce)) and start your week on 8 news now good day.. with "monday mornings with the mayors." you can submit your questions on las vegaso 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 you love mcgriddles... but you don't love that you can't get them all day. but now you can get mcgriddles all day, and more. so, you can find something else to not love. like when sportscasters get carried away with the instant replay pen. get more choices you love, now with all day breakfast. ba da ba ba ba
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smearing catherine cortez masto with ads called "bogus," "highly misleading," and "false." as attorney general, it's cortez masto who held banks accountable and helped nevada homeowners. and governor sandoval praised cortez masto's dedication to fighting sex trafficking. don't let joe heck's billionaires fool you. catherine cortez masto has always stood up for us. i'm catherine cortez masto
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now good day... we want you to be part of our mornings ... send us a photo of how you're celebrating fall .. just upload it under the contest section on our 8 news now facebook page. up to 8 lucky viewers will be chosen each week to win an 8 news now mug. the winners will be announced every friday./// ((brian loftus)) new this morning .. iconic singer- songwriter bob dylan was just awarded the nobel peace prize in literature.. the swedish academy cited the 75 year old ... for having created new pt the great american song tradition. they even compared dylan's work to ancient greek poets. his music and lyrics helped galvanize the civil rights movement .. and spoke to a generation of people during the tumultuous 1960's./// ((sherry swensk)) a henderson man has figured out how the sun can keep ice cream cold. get this .. harrel remmer built a solar- powered ice cream truck... the first in nevada.
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growing tired of the health hazards associated with a generator. remmer say someone else created a solar- powered ice cream truck .... so he bought this vehicle for 800 bucks remmer invested about 2- grand into it over the past three years. he mounted 4 solar panels on top of the truck, instead of using a generator, to power 2 large freezers. ((harrel remmer ice cream truck owner: minus 23 degrees in the freezer right now. try doing that with a dumb plug.)) ((harrel remmer ice cream truck owner: ' maintenance, the fuel, the emissions. solar panels last 25 years or more, that's what they're guaranteed for.)) ((sherry swensk)) >> remmer is ready to ditch his old ice cream truck he has driven for the past four years .. he's just waiting for the health district to do a final inspection .. and could hit the road with his new creation as soon as next week./// sherry how's the weather today? we're expecting a warm
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sunshine. ............. then gusty winds tomorrow and fire weather watches. ............... and slightly cooler by monday a large area of low pressure will move into the west coast tomorrow and through the weekend and the winds will kick up tomorrow for the desert... and stay breezy through the weekend. ............. hurricane nicole is barreling over bermuda with 140 mph winds.
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storm... and the little island of bermuda is right in the crosshairs of destructive winds...heavy rainfall... and damaging storm surge flooding. ............ here at home...gusty winds pick up tomorrow... and afterwards the air will cool our temps a little - about five degrees - and bring highs back to normal low 80s. mornings in the low 60s. ............. the weekend will stay breezy right into monday.///
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the south beltway near the i-15 interchange. traffic on summerlin parkway is getting busier too. looks like some of those cable barrier rails aer installed. there's more work to do. the city anticipates the project finishing up at the end of the year.
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attempted murder of a police officer and weapons offenses.. as well as federal charges for terrorism. the bombings injured more than 30 people./// ((brian loftus)) we've learned an underground explosion was tested yesterday at a former nuclear site north of las vegas. that's according to the u-s energy department's national nuclear security administration. they set off an explosion comparable to nearly 2 and a half tons of tnt. researchers are testing methods for detecting underground nuclear explosions./// and a california company says it plans to spend billions of dollars to build the biggest solar power plant in the world near tonopah. solar-reserve says it will be a 10- tower concentrated solar array ... and should produce enough electricity to power about 1 million homes./// ((kirsten joyce)) your golden years might not be so golden .. if you have to spend them working ... ((brian loftus)) >> coming up next on 8 news now good day, the valley's news leader... 8 on your side's michelle mortensen shows us how to save up more money for retirement. plus... (( charlie: ahead on cbs this morning-- donald trump
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a front page story in the new york times focuses on new accounts from two women. the reporters behind the story will be here in studio 57. the news is back in the morning. see you at seven.)) /// ((brian loftus)) more americans are living
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retirement savings in a big way. ((kirsten joyce)) >> consumer advocate michelle mortensen has some tips to help us all save more for our golden years. ((michelle mortensen)) maybe 70 really is the new 60. more americans are living longer. which means more people are working longer. but are we saving enough to enjoy our golden years? apparently -- some employees need a little help from their bosses. according to a new report from asset management firm -- t-rowe price -- more companies are
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let's look at the numbers. last year -- a little more than half of the employers in the report automatically enrolled workers into a retirement savings plan -- like a 401 (k). 30 percent automatically contributed 6 percent or more of the workers salary to the savings plan. which -- according to the report -- is a big deal. here's why. if automatically enrolled -- 88 percent of workers participate in the plan. when employees have to sign themselves up and aren't than half participate. but putting away 6 percent still might not be enough. t-rowe price recommends saving 15 percent or more of your salary towards retirement. if you can't do that all at once -- start saving gradually. like adding two percent each year. little by little -- you can get a nest egg -- that may keep you comfortable. and for more help with managing your financial future ... make an appointment with our debt
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appointments are free ... but they can save you more than you ever imagined. i'm michelle mortensen./// sherry, how's the weather today? clear skies and here comes that sun just with temps in the 60s and upper 50s this morning... it's on the cool side. .............. a nice day ahead with good sunshine and light winds. .............. tomorrow the winds pick up as a system rolls into the great basin with wind, rain and snow. .......... no rain for the desert - just dry gusty winds and increased
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breezy winds last through the weekend. ............. highs will stay above normal into the weekend and then finally back off behind the winds with cooler air dropping highs about five degrees by monday. ......... overnight lows into the 50s next week./// demetria, how are the roads? reported in north las vegas on nelson avenue, just off lv blvd. and carey. eastbound 215 is still closed between durango and hualapai along the north beltwa. westbound is back open. expect delays on southbound i-15 and washington heading into the spaghetti bowl.
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back to you!/// ((brian loftus)) cue the music because ... it's the final countdown! ((kirsten joyce)) >> the latest show on the strip that just announced it's going to be closing the curtains for good./// (( i wanna rock! rock! i want to rock, hey ya! )) ((kirsten joyce)) the desert is where bad guys go when they want to make evidence disappear. but hiding the evidence won't help danny tarkanian.
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d set up... ...or the scams against seniors he formed... or the $17 million judgment he never paid. he can try, but he can't make his record disappear. danny tarkanian: just a con man who can't bury the truth.
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announced it's final show on new year's day after 4 years on the strip. it's currently playing at the rio .. and tickets are still on sale for their last performances./// ((brian loftus)) a show on the strip is now offering something they the beatles love will start hosting free, open rehearsals starting tomorrow at the mirage. you can watch the cirque du soliel performers practice their moves every friday from 4:15 to 4:45 and sunday from 3 to 3:30. the show just celebrated its 10th anniversary./// thanks for joining us. "c-b-s this morning" starts right now.///
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good morning, to our viewers in the west. it is thursday, october 13th, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning." donald trump threatens to retaliate after several women accuse him of unwanted sexual contact. we'll talk to "the new york times" reporters who interviewed two of the women for today's front page story. the u.s. strikes back overnight after missile attacks on american warships near yemen. for the first time the pentagon is targeting rebels backed by iran. >> only on "cbs this morning," the woman who witnessed -- keith lamont scott's widow talks about what she saw. >> we begin with today's eye

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