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carnado.. tomorrow night... everything changes at the spaghetti bowl and we have the detours you need to know to get around the traffic disaster. ----------- ((dave courvoisier)) >> plus... a story only on channel 8... "we're going to see icons in this venue, like bruno mars and cher and stevie nix and lots of others that have performed in arenas and stadiums." your backstage pass to the brand new theater at the park. --------------- ((tedd)) the rain is over, and now a brief warm up begins. but could we see more showers to end the workweek? we haveu valleys news leader
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brittany edney is live from the spaghetti bowl... with the detours that start tomorrow: ((brittany edney)) >> this time come tommorow night... the spaghetti bowl ramp closures begin which means headaches for valley drivers keep in mind, these closures aren't short term... the ramps may reopen at the end of february--- at the earliest. so, --here's what's being impacted...ndot says 24/7 closures are set for: i-15 south and northbound ramps to u-s 95 northbound.. 1-15 north and southbound ramps to mlk boulevard. and... the 95 northbound ramp to mlk. getting around there.... drivers can take various detours... using surface streets like charleston, lake mead and m-l-k. project neon officials are advising motorists to take alternate routes...also saying these closures are a temporary inconvience for longterm benefits. ((dale keller, ndot project neon manager "that's the goal of project neon. safety and mobility. and we know it's going to get worse before it gets better and
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time in the scheme of things impacting this movement. we ask for patience as we get this going with the project and kick off the construction." )) good news... downtown las vegas access won't be impacted... north us-95 and i-15 will be staying open in both directions. ((brittany edney)) >> unfortunately... spaghetti bowl closures aren't stopping there... two other major closures are planned in the next two years. but if you want a closer look at a complete list of detours that will stt have that posted on our website, las vegas now dot com. guys, we'll send it back to you./// ((denise valdez)) we had some fairly decent rain totals from monday's storm. but could we be in for round two later this week? ((dave courvoisier)) >> here's tedd with the updated forecast...
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((tedd florendo)) ((( rain has moved on and we started off with fog and clouds this morning. it has all now thinned out as clearing took place all day and rain has moved east. temps also stayed cool this morning after good rainfall yesterday cooled things off around the region. temps close to the 70's today with no 80's in the forecast today ................................ ... .............. hour by hour tonight some clearing with clouds around and cool evening temps in the 70's to 60's later. tomorrow more sunshine back to the 80's by afternoon. but how warm will we get this week? and there's another chance of showers in the 7-day. that's all straight ahead in the extended forecast coming up
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horses ... have come forward. all of them have been taken care of by the animal foundation since they were seized this past thursday. many of the horses have been housed here at horseman's park or have been privately fostered -- because the animal foundation is only set up to house dogs and cats. we caught up with staff who have been feeding and caring for the horses twice a day since the animals we're removed. however eighteen hens and roosters we're also seized in the raid -- no owners have stepped up to claim them yet. ((allison sabino/animal foundation t yet, we just want to make sure we're giving the owners enough time to understand that their birds are here and if they want to re-claim they can if the owners decide not to reclaim their horses then they would go through the process of being up for adoption :49 )) ((dave courvoisier)) >>the deadline has been extended until further notice. if no one claims those chickens they'll eventually go up for adoption. adoption fees for chickens start at 25-dollars and owners have to meet proper zoning requirements. ((dave courvoisier)) nevada highway patrol is giving a closer look at what happened when a trooper shot a
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munoz stole a car wednesday morning and drove it from downtown to henderson. along the way trooper david dudly saw him driving erratically... and tried pulling him over.. but munoz didn't stop. he later got off the freeway near the automall... got out of the car and tried carjacking an elderly couple. trooper dudly then shot munoz.. who died at the hospital the next morning. dudly is on paid leave until this investigation is finished./// ((dave courvoisier)) >> police are looking for a suspect in a violent robbery thatap this is surveillance video from inside business on west tropical parkway near centennial center just before 9 o'clock at night. the robber was armed with a large stick . he demanded money and repeatedly struck one of the employees inside the store. he is described as being in his 20's and about 5 foot 8. if you have info.. you are asked to call crimestoppers./// ((denise valdez)) donald trump and hillary clinton are both campaigning in the hotly contested state of florida. and trump is vowing to repeal obamacare:
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to put a bill on my desk to get rid of this disastrous law.")) >> earlier, trump said all of his employees at a florida golf resort are hurting because of obamacare. the club's general manager later clarified saying more than 95 percent of them receive company-provided insurance. and hilary clinton continues to take jabs at her opponent: (( clinton: "the first thing a president does is to take an oath to preserve, protect and defend the constitution. and i have serious doubts about whether donald trump even ((denise valdez)) >> republicans are also focusing on the latest wikileaks release -- which includes an email that trump says implies president obama knew clinton was using a private email server./// ((denise valdez)) so far more than 100-thousand have voted early across nevada.. but vice president joe biden wants to help that number grow. he's planning a stop in las vegas saturday to campaign for
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cortez-masto. no word yet on where in town he'll be but we do know it will be open to the public. we'll pass along those details as soon as we get them./// ((denise valdez)) we are your local election headquarters throughout the campaign season. electin day is two weeks from today! need help finding out where you can early vote or decideing on an issue -- we can help at las vegas now dot com./// ((dave courvoisier)) >> game one of the world series... cubs.. indians... so much history.. so many storylines.. and what a matchup tonight.. chris maathuis has the highlights.. ((chris maathuis)) this is the dream mah haven't won the series in forever and same with the indians. since the cubbies won the series, 18 presidents have come and gone... four states didn't even exist the last time the cubs won the series. can ya name the four states? think about that. so here we go... off to cleveland for game one of the 2016 world series. cubs haven't won since 1908, indians 1948. the indians score two runs in the first and the cubs were playing catchup from the start... but never caught up. reason was this guy... corey kluber was on fire..
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through the first three innings. they never let up... another great sub chapter to this rout was roberto perez, who hit 183 with 3 home runs in 61 regular season games... tonight he homers twice. indians claim game one in easy fashion 6-0... ((chris maathuis)) game two coming up tomorrow... they've pushed up the game one hour because of weather concerns. chicago will throw jake arrieta while the tribe counters with trevor bauer. some c lots more coming up in about 15 minutes. ((dave courvoisier)) mgm's newest venue -- park theater -- will open its doors in december. ((denise valdez)) the 90 million dollar, 5200 seat facility is part of a major investment into non gaming attractions on the strip. shakala alvaranga gives us an inside look at the project's progress so far. ((shakala alvaranga)) the transformation has begun. "in this day and age
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phones, their ipads, they want to feel like they're apart of the show." ((shakala alvaranga)) and that's the goal ... "we wanted fans to feel like they were apart of the show, like they got to know their artist on a different level." ((shakala alvaranga)) the monte carlo's park theater will make its debut december 17th. "the artist are going to feel their fans very close to them. the fans are going to feel like they're getting an immersive experience." ((shakala alvaranga)) bernbech gave us a tour of the facility tuesday. "lots of floor to ceiling windows. lots of natural light and indoor outdoor spaces." ((shakala alvaranga)) ande square feet 5200 seats ... 6400 if you count the standing area on the floor. "the incredible led wall that we are going to have in the back, 4k resolution, 80 ft by 40 ft., a projection surface which is about 250 ft wide, 50 ft. tall." "projection mapping on the two sides and that led wall in the back really make it convenient for artist to do absolutely anything they want in the venue." ((shakala alvaranga)) stevie nicks will headline the
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icons in this venue, like bruno mars and cher and stevie nicks and lots of others that have performed in arenas and stadiums. they've done those big shows but here they're going to create something really special, really unique for their fans to see something they can't see somewhere else." ((shakala alvaranga)) and it'll be more than just a music venue. "we'll be doing everything from concerts to ufc events to boxing. we can actually even fit a basketball court in here." ((shakala alvaranga)) bernbech says the theater has also been a boost for the local economy -- bringing in as many as ((denise valdez)) more than one in three women have experienced rape, physical violence, and/or stalking by an intimate partner in their lifetime, and thousands of victims in southern nevada turn to the shade tree for help. and today.. the valley showed its support during domestic violence awareness month. take a look at the highlight from our pledge 8 phone bank. (( because of our viewers.. well done )) ((denise valdez))
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dollars. check city will continue accepting donations through the end of the month. it has 29 locations across southern nevada. ((denise valdez)) the all out manhunt for a suspected killer in the midwest... is
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>> and.. how about a flu shot.. delivered right to your home. it's news you can use.. next on 8 news now.. the valley's news leader.///
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ads for joe heck are attacking my time as attorney general. the thing they left out is the truth. the truth is crime actually went down during my time in office. that's why i've been endorsed by law enforcement across nevada. i'm proud of my record cracking down on meth, protecting seniors from scams, and holding banks accountable for defrauding homeowners. i'm catherine cortez masto. i approve this message because i've spent my career solving problems.
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narrator: the target... seniors. danny tarkanian set up thirteen fake charities that preyed on vulnerable seniors... fronts for telemarketing schemes. seniors lost millions from the scams danny tarkanian helped set up. jacky rosen has always led with integrity. in congress, jacky rosen will protect seniors and strengthen social security. and jacky rosen will always be responsible with your tax dollars. jacky rosen: i'm jacky rosen and i approved this message. ((denise valdez)) the manhunt continues for an oklahoma man suspected of shooting two officers during a violent crime spree. police say michael vance stole a police car after pulling
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police say vance then headed to his aunt and uncle's home where both were found dead. vance was wanted on previous charges of child sexual abuse. at some point vance posted a second video from inside another vehicle... showing off his rifle. ((dave courvoisier)) time for news you can use.. uber delivers food and sometimes even puppies. now.. you can get a flu shot delivered right to your house. we take you to houston.. shots along with a registered nurse to administer them. users could order the shot by requesting the "health" option on the uber app between 11 am and 3 pm.
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now more sunshine today. we even warmed up a little with that clearing after morning fog around the region. the saturated air allowed the fog to develop and now we have clearer skies around the region. temperatures also stayed cool in the 70's today with 80's expected late week. wind now light after breezes .......... ......................... .................... temperatures around the region also stayed in the 70's for the east part of the valley and they were warmest. cooler for areas on the westside and kyle canyon where we were actually coolest and had the most rain. ..................... .............. ..... regional temps also stayed cool with the rain that fell. most areas in the 70's to 80's around the region with the chilliest temps up in the the southern great basin where we were actually chilly in some spots. some areas around 10,000 feet actually picked up snow near the
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low has moved east and brought the leftover moisture along with it. we have clearing behind that low and we're expected to warm up more as we get through the week before the next system comes in and increases wind and more chances for showers late week. maybe as early as thursday. ................................ ... ............. tonight expect a low around 65 and staying cool. we should be mostly clear and unfortunately no fog this time around since the dewpoints are lower and so is humidity. mostly clear by morning and sunny tomorrow with highs back in the mid 80's again and above averag time of year. ................................ ... ................. neighborhood by neighborhood temps in the 80's tomorrow with temps close to high 80's and near 90 to the east side of town. we're coolest in the west side from summerlin to providence in centennial hills. ................................ ... ..................... extended forecast shows sunny skies and dry weather for just a few days as we warm to the mid 80's with sunshine. late week expect a chance of showers to return along with cooler weather and wind. should be dry by the time we get to halloween for all those trick-or-treaters and should also be mild
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tonight. ((denise valdez)) >> sports fans in rock and roll capital of the world had big choices to make tonight. ((chris maathuis)) >> that's the g and right across the street it was the high flying lebron james show... cavaliers raised a banner and went to work. plus... the runnin' rebels are a week away from their first exhibition game. but who are they? more coming up here on channel 8. ((chris maathuis))
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we've got a choice to make. jacky rosen wants to build an economy that works for all of us, creating good jobs, expanding solar energy, and improving our schools. but with danny tarkanian, you can't escape the sleaze. and stuck taxpayers with the bill. he even helped set up fake charities used to scam nevada seniors. danny tarkanian's out for himself. dccc is responsible
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from tonight's game one of the world series. the big story of the game was the 2014 a-l cy young award winner.
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terrific set a world series record with 8 strikeouts through the first three.... most strikeouts by an indians pitcher in a world series game as the tribe rips the cubs 6-zip. kluber was on fire and that's what everybody is talking about. terry francona/indians manager: "i thought he had tremendous movement when kluber is going good he's got such good late movement both fast ball and breaking ball." joe maddon/cubs manager' "overall i was not disappointed, i know they had 15 punchouts i get it, but the quality of the at bats were not that bad." ((chris maathuis)) game two t arrieta... now they moved the game up one hour because of weather concerns. so when you set your recorder or head to the sports books it starts an hour earlier... don't forget first pitch at 4 pm. across the street from progressive field, cavaliers fans were packed to see the cavs raise the city's first championship banner in 52 years. it was an emotional ceremony for lebron james, he shed a tear and then went out and shredded the knicks. james notches his 43rd career
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boards and 14 assists. it wasn't even close... oh and kyrie irving scores 19 in the third alone. adds up to a 117-88 blowout win over new york for the defending champs. the runners-up in the nba... the golden state warriors hosting the spurs. san antonio doesn't have tim duncan anymore... but they've got greg poppovich.. he's one of the best. his team ripped the warriors. but we had to find a bright spot... maybe it was former rebel patrick mw scored on the steal and the runner that drops. but it was all san antonio... 129-to-100 the final ((chris maathuis)) the runnin' rebels open their season with an exhibition game next tuesday already. it'll be your first chance to check out the team. you'll need a roster and maybe name tags on the front and back. this is a roster full of new faces... new guys excited to be in vegas and playing for the rebels. but with the roster full of new players... comes a few challenges. jovan moorning/unlv guard: "early on it was rough,
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compete a lot more." kris clkyburn/guard: "that's one of our main problems getting to know each other and how to play with each other." troy baxter jr./freshman: "as for me, the seniors took me under their wing and showed me things i need to learn. marvin menzies/coach: "i think that should be inviting to the fans, what to we got.. it's a surprise in a cracker jacks box, it's going to be good, going to be good, just don't know what it's going to be yet." tomorrow over on the campus next to the union building. the men's and women's teams are holding a rebel rally... there will be music, dancing, food and fun and it runs from 5-7 tomorrow. ((chris maathuis)) the buzz is starting to build for next week's title fight here in las vegas. manny pacquiao will fight las vegan jessie vargas. vargas has been busy training for the showdown here in las vegas... pacquiao arrived from the
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working out in hollywood for a week before arriving in las vegas. the former pound for pound king will be the first senator to fight for a title. he'll be swinging for jessie's wbo welterweight crown.. the pacman has fought on a bigger stage against more 'name' fighters. but he's taking this seriously. manny pacquiao/former champ: "it's hard to compare because he's different than other boxers... he's a champ so i don't want to underestimate him so we have a lot of strategy that we plan for this fight." ((chris maathuis)) be heading to logandale on thursday unless the fans at basic and or cheyenne really step to the plate. pahrump valley is visiting moapa valley on thursday and right now they're way out in front in our voting. go to our facebook page and vote for our game of the week.. and which ever game wins...
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((dave courvoisier)) our strange stories for tuesday right after this./// ((chris maathuis)) it's hard to make the past dissappear, but danny tarkanian is trying. he'd rather you forget about all of his failed runs for congress, senate, and secretary of state. ...and the shady record that killed his chances every time. the property taxes tarkanian skipped out on for years... the telemarketing scammers he represented... all those fake charities he helped set up.
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this advertising. narrator: the target... seniors. danny tarkanian set up thirteen fake charities that preyed on vulnerable seniors... fronts for telemarketing schemes. seniors lost millions from the scams danny tarkanian helped set up. jacky rosen has always led with integrity. in congress, jacky rosen will protect seniors and strengthen social security. and jacky rosen will always be jacky rosen: i'm jacky rosen and i approved this message. i'm catherine cortez masto and i approve this message. narrator: 2013: joe heck votes to shut down the government, risking vital services for thousands of nevada seniors and veterans. but as federal employees like air traffic controllers worked 16 days without pay, joe heck continues to cash his paycheck...
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joe heck says he deserves it.
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((dave courvoisier)) and listen to this. police are trying to figure out how prescription drugs ended up in a gumball vending machine in a new hampshire pizza restaurant. police said that they were told that the medication was not life-threatening, even if a child had taken it. it's still unclear if anyone other than the vending service company had access to the machine. they said they plan to review surveillance tape to see if the machine was tampered with./// ((tedd florendo)) a wild scene in wichita, kansas.
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within 11 minutes, at this time, it appears that tao found a weakness in the wire mesh and may have unwoven it enough to be able to exit through the hole. tao apparently went back into her enclosure on her own. the orangutans will remain indoors and the outdoor area will be closed until further notice so that the area can be fully evaluated and secured./// ((dave courvoisier)) that's all for us live at eleven. ((denise valdez)) >> the late show with stephen colbert is next.
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we've learned a lot about how joe heck works. follow the money. he called nevada's foreclosure crisis a "blip"
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including some of the same banks who caused the crisis. and then there's money he's taken from payday lenders who charge 521% interest. heck co-sponsored legislation protecting their predatory practices. add it all up, and joe heck is working for corporate special interests. and that doesn't work for nevada. senate majority pac is responsible for the content
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