tv 8 News Now at 11 PM CBS October 28, 2016 11:00pm-11:35pm PDT
really murder? the i-team's george knapp has the first public look at tough questions directed at the woman's husband. ((denise valdez)) >> frenzied fans go wild in las vegas. the hot spots for chicago and cleveland faithfuls... as their beloved teams fight for the world series title. ((tedd florendo)) >> do the showers clear out for halloween? i've got your trick or treat forecast straight ahead on the valley's news leader.///
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
world series. only three games in... the first two games were blowout wins.. one by the tribe the other by the cubs. so what would unfold at wrigley field... hosting it's first world series game in 71 years. the place was electric... fans mingling outside the park for hours. they came to see some offense... unfortunately for cubs fans, there was no offense. chicago had leadoff men aboard 4 times and couldn't muster a run. kris bryant takes a seat. in fact the only run of the game coming in the 7th... from a player off the bench. coco crisp, who began his career many yes back and provides the big hit. (( )) nats; "crisp that's into right it's a base hit, martinez will come to the plate and score." ((chris maathuis)) the rbi single... so it's one nothing indians. even actor bill murray who is a huge cubs fan and sang take me out to the ball game had to go home disappointed tonight. cubs threatening in the 9th... with two on and two outs... javier biaz strikes out to the end the game 1-zip the final.
babe ruth pitched the red sox to a win in 1918. ((chris maathuis)) these two tortured teams have some die-hard fans... and they're fired up here in vegas. brittany edney caught the big parties in town and shows us where the cubbies and indians faithful will be this weekend. ((brittany edney)) "of course there's a national fanbase and both cubs and indians fans across the valley are both looking to end their world series drought." ((whitney oliver, cubs fan )) "normally, kids usually go to disneyland but my dad took us to wrigley field." fan "he would call all his kids in when harry caray would start singing in the 7th inning stretch, he'd say 'come on kids, harry is singing.' and we'd all run in" )) ((brittany edney)) lifelong cubs fans reflect back on their first childhood memories of the cubbies.--a team that hasn't won the world series since 1908. but fans in vegas say, they feel good about this series, especially with las vegan kris bryant in the lineup. ((whitney oliver, cubs fan ))
sweethart, they are both from vegas. ((brittany edney)) meanwhile, cleveland fans says the city curse is ending with this series--- especially on the tail of the cavaliers' nba title, ending the city's 52 year championship dry spell. ((nate bennett, indians fan "this is the best year for cleveland... this is cleveland's year." and fans are pulling out their lucky charms... ((nate bennett, indians fan " we won with my cleveland shirt that i got back in cleveland, we won game 1 and i had to have it for game 3 tonight." "have you washed it?" "it got washed yes, i don't have that kind of superstio >> "and as the cubs and indians battle for the best of 7, we'll just have to wait and see who walks away with that long awaited world series title. brittany edney, 8 news now." ((chris maathuis)) >> thanks, brittany. coming up in sports... more on the world series... and a big honor for one las vegan. guess who is throwing out the first pitch? details coming up in 15 minutes, denise. ((denise valdez)) >> a henderson family is
husband after a hit and run crash saturday night. 46-year-old bobby pierce and his wife jennifer were driving on i-15 northbound near sunset road when a car hit him and then took off. bobby died, but jennifer survived. as shakala alvaranga shows us, their family is hoping that someone out there knows something -- saw something -- that can help solve the case. shakala? ((shakala alvaranga)) >> denise, almost a week later -- and the pierce family has no answers as to the collision shut down i-15 for hours and caused pierce's car to crash into a median wall. bobby and his wife have two children together and would have celebrated their 20th anniversary in just a few months. his wife jennifer was injured and underwent surgery, but she will survive. jennifer's sister lives in texas and talked with us tonight over skype: ((a loss of a life is devastating, but whenever its this tragic and my sister loses
hand, his last words to her was i ... i love you. the last they saw themselves going into that wall.)) the nevada highway patrol says pierce's car was heading north saturday night when it was hit by a van making an unsafe lane change. octavia called bobby a gentle special. the family says they're grateful for everyone who stopped that night and helped the two after the accident. now, octavia hopes the person who hit them will take accountability for their actions: ((is it going to bring bobby back? no. it's not going to bring him back but atleast my neice and nephew can get closure and maybe sort of understand why.)) ((shakala alvaranga))
be white, tan, or brown in color and should have damage to its left side. anyone with information about the crash is asked to call crime stoppers. reporting live shakala alvaranga 8 news now. /// ((dave courvoisier)) today, the fbi dropped an october bombshell -- the bureau is examining additional emails related to its investigation of hillary clinton's email practices. tonight, the democratic nominee says.. (( hillary clinton/ d-presidential nominee: "we are calling on the fbi to release all the information it has. even director comey noted this new information may not be significant, so let's get it out." )) ((dave courvoisier)) >> fbi director james comey says the emails must be reviewed to determine whether to contain classified content. donald trump seized on the news at an event in iowa: (( donald trump / r-presidential nominee: "the investigation is the biggest political scandal since
delivered." )) ((dave courvoisier)) >> no timetable for when the investigation may be completed has been announced./// ((denise valdez)) donald trump's troubles with women aren't going away either. today, former miss utah and miss usa pageant contestant temple haggart held a press conference... promising to fight back if he sues the women who have accused him of inappropriate sexual coc trump accuser: - "i was just, i mean, i wasn't surprised, but i was shocked that something like that had finally come out because i figured it was inevitable and i was grateful, it helps me feel more validated." )) ((denise valdez)) >> taggart claims trump hugged and kissed her on the lips on separate occasions. trump has called all his accusers liars and threatened to sue them. attorney gloria allred says if trump does so, her clients will file defamation lawsuits of
sunday at the venetian. doors open at 8 a-m. you may register up to two tickets per mobile number -- they're on a first come, first serve basis. for more information go to las vegas now dot com./// ((denise valdez)) 8 news now is your local election headquarters with just eleven days until the general election. more details on air and online at las vegas now dot com./// ((dave courvoisier)) it's a big college football weekend and unlv is playing a team they haven't beaten since coach tony sanchez was playing football. plus... fast cars and a 'mammovan'--- another good reason to enjoy the strip weekend. details coming up in sports. ((denise valdez)) but first, opening the case on a local attorney's death. once believed a suicide, now investigators are probing her death as a possible murder. the i-team's george knapp shows how her own family's private investigation earned the case another look. next on the valley's news leader.///
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((denise valdez)) a clark county grand jury is taking a fresh look at the death of a local attorney and part time judge. ((dave courvoisier)) >> henderson police originally ruled the death of launched by the winters family uncovered some surprising and scandalous details about winters' husband, and now the death is being investigated as a possible homicide. ((denise valdez)) >> george knapp of the i-team has the first public look -- at how the husband answered tough questions. (( ))
use---subjects he knows well, according to what he revealed during a sworn deposition earlier this year. question: were you using any drugs after your wife passed away in that next week? dr. brent dennis: i can't say for certainty. question, ok, so do you engage--did you engage in the use of controlled substances at or around the time of your wife's death? dennis: occasionally. question: what is your controlled substance of choice? brent dennis: not sure i have one. the reason for the grilling by former district attorney david is a civil lawsuit filed in connection with the january 2015 death of susan winters, the doctor's wife. susan was an energetic 48 year old attorney and part-time judge, mother of two teenage girls. the marriage was stormy at times and susan had undergone counseling. still, her parents could hardly believe it when they got the phone call from brent dennis. dan winters: he called and said susan has hurt herself. she tried to commit suicide, and i said brent are you sure? and he said, my god, dan, she drank
george knapp: but you didn't believe it from the beginning? avis winters: no. i didn't no. no. dan winters: she had two daughters. she loved them more than anything. if she was going to commit suicide, she certainly wouldn't have done it in front of those girls, and she certainly wouldn't have done it where it when paramedics arrived at her henderson home the morning of january 3rd, susan had no pulse, but the emt's got her heart beating again. she died hours later from a deadly combination of anti-freeze and pain pills. henderson police did a cursory investigation, interviewed the husband, and declared it a suicide. but susan's parents say they got a weird vibe from brent dennis. dan winters: he called, he was telling julie, he said, i just got interviewed by one of the
think i passed. gk i think i passed? dan yeah that's what he said. the family reached out to former fbi agent jim perry who quickly discovered dark secrets about brent dennis. three to four times per week, for a period of about a year, dr. dennis made trips to visit someone at the orleans hotel. each time----bank records show-- he withdrew hundreds of dollars from an atm machine at the hotel in order to buy cocaine and other drugs. depositon. tony sgro: you purchased cocaine from him. do you ingest it right there on the spot instead of taking it with you to ingest later? brent dennis: it varied. so sometimes you did it on the spot? yes. tony sgro/attorney for winters family: it's cocaine, it's alcohol. it's oxycodone. it''s methamphetamine. it's valium. it''s a whole menu of stuff...... the atm withdrawals are pretty much in line with what he made
why focus on the doctor's drug use? because of what sgro found once he subpoenaed the family's phone records. those records show that two days before susan died, she repeatedly tried to contact her husband's drug dealer, possibly to warn him to stop. and sgro says, she also confronted her husband and threatened to report him to the medical board. sgro: when susan says to her husba you to the board, things quickly unravel from that point. they start fighting, they start arguing, and susan would be dead within two to three days. sgro says the phone records also show that on the last night of susan winters life, as she lay unconscious and in pain, her husband called his drug dealer in the wee hours, then traveled to the orleans.
the family computer to search for information about the effects of anti-freeze poisoning. more on that in our next report. george knapp 8 news now. ((dave courvoisier)) >> no charges have been filed, but henderson police re-opened the case earlier this year, and the district attorney plans to present evidence to a clark county grand jury. the alleged drug dealer was arrested on narcotics charges. dr. dennis declined to speak to us, but his attorney richard schonfeld told us the only reviewed is because susan winters' parents cannot accept the fact that their daughter took her own life... adding that there is exculpatory evidence in other depositions./// ((tedd florendo)) ((( clouds have cleared and now more sunshine today. we even warmed up a little with that clearing after morning fog around the region. the saturated air allowed the
temperatures also stayed cool in the 70's today with 80's expected late week. wind now light after breezes yesterday and sunday. .......... ......................... .................... 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 std 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 ski resort. .................... ............... ........... 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. ................................
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 average. we should be around 77 for this 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 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
((denise valdez)) >> earlier chris showed us how cleveland beat chicago 1-nothing and there's more baseball tomorrow. ((chris maathuis)) >> that's right game four and this is one you'll want to be there from the start. how about the honor of throwing out the first pitch... the las vegas hall of famer is in chicago. details coming up plus... fast cars and free screenings. i'll explain how the nhra is turning pink into power coming ((chris maathuis))
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you gotta be pretty special in chicago with the cubs in the series for the first time in 71 years. that call came to las vegan greg maddux. the former valley high grad, who was the 2nd round pick of the cubs in 1984 will throw out the first pitch in game four on saturday. he made his cubs debut in september of 1986...
season while with the cubs he won 133 games. ((chris maathuis)) the unlv football team is in san jose tonight getting ready for tomorrow night's game with the spartans. unlv will be looking for its first win over san jose state since 1994. that was a game the rebels won 23-10 here in vegas... but that was ages ago... head coach tony sanchez was in college playing football the last time unlv beat the spartans. (( )) tony sanchez/coach;' "so now we go into san jose and it's a winnable game for both a that's part of it too being humble enough to understand it's winnable, but it's not a shoein, there ain't no shoe-ins for is.. this is winnable, when you look at the one's past that, we won't talk about that, but the road down the road, there's not one single game on the schedule you can't win." ((chris maathuis)) there is a lot pink at the the speedway this weekend... breast cancer awareness at the nhra races. some of the cars have pink trim, but nothing like what alexis dejoria and her team are doing. they're working on cars, working
with fans and of course they're racing. but their also working with the nevada health care center and the nhra to help ladies with free screenings at the 'mammovan'. it's the 4th annual... and it's come a long ways. (( )) alexis dejoria/driver; "the first year we were hesitant, i didn't know how it would come across.. if women would really want to get a mammogram at a race track, but i'll tell you now, our first weekend 99 women came out that wall was broken down and there's a huge comfort level there." ((dave courvoisier)) our strange stories for friday right after this./// ((chris maathuis))
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