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latest in the investigation that's left at least one sergeant dead. ((christianne klein)) potential terror threats... just days before the election. the three states mentioned in chatter picked up by feder that has authorities on high alert. ((paul joncich)) and the sema show is wrapping up... in style! we take you live to the big parade that's shut down paradise road... as thousands of convention goers line the street.///
the presidential race could come down to which candidate can get their base to the polls in huge numbers on tuesday. craig boswell has the story from the white house. hillary clinton and donald trump are making their final pitch for votes in the states that will likley decide the outcome of the presidential election. in pennsylvania, clinton argued trump's temperment disqualifies him for the job. (sot hillary clinton) he has a long history of insulting people and it didn't just start with the campaign botan also relying on their strongest attacks. trump brought up the fbi's investigation into clinton's emails during a get-out-the vote rally in new hampshire. (sot donald trump) how can hillary clinton manage this country, when she can't even manage her emails. bridge: trump needs a strong republican turnout in rural areas to counteract democratic strongholds in urban communities. (sot john dickerson, face the nation) donald trump wants to turnout what he's been calling his silent majority.// hillary clinton needs to turnout her base and that base is african americans. president obama fired up voters
polls show clinton has a narrow lead. (obama sot tba) what i'm asking you to do is just make sure everybody that you know is going out to vote. both candidates are hoping for a strong ground game in the home stretch... but there are signs of voter fatigue. 82-percent say they feel disgusted by the presidential campaign. craig boswell, cbs news, the white house. ((paul joncich)) >> cbs news has learned emails found on a laptop shared between clinton aide huma abedin and her estranged husband anthony weiner wer emails found on clinton's server when she was secretary of state./// ((christianne klein)) you can thank a lot of outside group spending for all those ads filling up the airwaves. so far outside pacs and super-pacs have spent 80 million dollars on the senate race between catherine cortez masto and joe heck.. according to open secrets dot org. the candidates have spent nearly 27 million.. pushing well above 100 million dollars total.
congressional district 3 race... than any other in the country. so far those groups have poured 14 point 7 million into the race between danny tarkanian and jacky rosen for an open seat. in 2014... just under 2 million was spent on that race./// ((paul joncich)) here's a larger than life way to watch tuesday's election results roll in. cnn has teamed up with the miracle mile shops at planet hollywood to broadcast their coverage on the large l-e-d screens overlooking the las vegas strip. they've done this beforeo debates... which is the video you're looking at here. the live coverage will begin at 3- p-m on tuesday./// ((paul joncich)) and we're your local election headquarters keeping you updated on all things politics on air and online at las vegas now dot com./// ((christianne klein)) there's new concern tonight about potential security threats just ahead of tuesday's election. in one case, authorities intercepted conversations among al qaeda supporters overseas. the chats focused on targeting new york, texas and virginia.
such threats. in a statement, texas governor greg abbott says his office is working with law enforcement to monitor the situation./// ((paul joncich)) you may have noticed that some of us are sporting a little facial hair. that's because it's movember. we are growing mustaches to raise awareness about men's health month. this year, the channel 8 mo-bro's include dave courvosier, yours truly, chris maathuis, and patrick walker. we are in the first week, but we will try to make you proud... we can only hope they turn out like this! this is the movember website. it's a very real thing. you can sign up to raise money, or challenge your friends. generally speaking... men don't like to go to the doctor. one reason we die on average six
men need to be reminded they are not bulletproof. we all get down down in the dumps sometimes. if you have a problem, talk to someone about it. three quarters of suicides are men. poor mental health leads to half a million men taking their own life every year. that's one every minute. so look for our reports all this month, as we focus on men's health issues. we're back after this./// ((christianne klein)) the week- long sema show is wrapping up at the convention center. jon tritsh is live with a look at the
celebrations: ((jon tritsch)) >> a lot of cars in the parade... more next on 8 news now.///
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. 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
imagine the shenanigans tarkanian would pull in washington. it's why we can't afford tarkanian in congress, ever. dccc is responsible for the content of this advertising. this is 8 news now at six-thirty. ((christianne klein)) one officer is dead... and another is in the hospital... after a this happened this afternoon in the bronx. police say two sergeants were shot during a shootout with a robbery suspect. one of the officers died after being taken to the hospital. it's not known what kind of condition the other sergeant is in... but we do know he's been stabilized. the suspect was killed by police./// ((paul joncich)) two former officials are set to be sentenced in february... for their role in the so- called "bridge gate" scandal. bridget anne kelly and bill baroni are both former aides to
today they were found guilty on all charges... for their connection to the 2013 lane closures on the george washington bridge. the act was said to be hatched in retaliation for a democratic mayor not endorsing christie. both defendents say they will appeal the ruling: (((bill baroni/found guilty) i am innocent of these charges and i am very very looking forward to this appeal (michael critchley/kelly's attorney) this is the first step in the process. this is not over )) ((paul joncich)) about 20 hours over five days. kelly and baroni each face a maximum sentence of 86 years... but it could be as little as two years./// ((christianne klein)) millions of people showed up to celebrate the chicago cubs today. ((paul joncich)) >> we show you the festivities... and what locals have to say about kris bryant's role in the big win... that's next on the valley's news leader./// announcer: you're watching 8 news now at
for four days the sema auto show is held behind closed doors... only visible to the professionals inside. ((paul joncich)) >> tonight.. the public gets a look at the fancy cars... at the las vegas convention center. jon tritsch is at the convention center with a preview of tonight's event and more... jon? ((jon tritsch)) ((christianne klein)) it's fun for the whole
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(( cubs fan: "we've been iting such a long time and we ally want to ot cubs at we've loved them f song and ((christianne klein)) >> the cubs broke the 108 year curse earlier this week... when they beat the cleveland indians to win the 2016 world series. ((paul joncich)) >> cubs third baseman and las vegas native kris bryant played a key role in the team's win. he threw the to first making the final out of the game./// ((christianne klein)) and believe it or not some people didn't realize he was a local boy! jill says "what? i love him and didn't know he's from here!" >> leslie says "o-m-g i didn't know he was from las vegas!" and another facebook fan posted this old picture of him wearing his high school uniform... saying 'bengal pride'... of course for the bonanza high school bengals. you can sound off at six every night... just go to our 8 news now facebook page./// ((christianne klein)) looking back at walter cronkite's storied career... on his 100-th birthday. ((paul joncich)) >> what went wrong... and what went very right... during the first televised presidential election with cronkite in the middle of it
watching 8 news now at six-thirty. i'm catherine cortez masto and i approve this message. i don't know what i said, ahh, i don't remember. narrator: and joe heck says i have "high hopes we'll see donald trump become president." trump: you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever. narrator: heck says he "completely supports" trump. i love war in a certain way.
will always be responsible with your tax dollars. jacky rosen: i'm jacky rosen and i approved this message. today would have been the 100-th birthday of walter cronkite... the long- time cbs news anchor. ((christianne klein)) >> he had many career highlights... but one is especially timely... his coverage of the 1952 presidential election. ((paul joncich)) >> as jamie yuccas reports... the very first presidential election covered by t-v cameras... didn't exac the big election night, 1952. it was the first national broadcast of a presidential election... the 1952 race between dwight eisenhower and adlai stevenson. walter cronkite was in the anchor chair. (cronkite) no state has been decided as yet. general eisenhower is leading at this particular moment it was the first time the network
(collingwood) this is not a joke or a trick, it's an experiment. we think it's going to work newsman charles collingwood struggled to explain the univac... an enormous computer housed miles away in philadelphia. 09:47:35 on the right of the univac there's something that looks like a typewriter. that's the way univac talks. but not always on cue. 09:48:04 can you say something univac? have you got anything to say to the television audience? you're a very impolite machine i must say 09:49:44 have you got a prediction for us univac? a with the early version of a hands-free microphone. 09:55:10 i'll put on this gadget if that's alright for reporter doug edwards it led to an on-air mishap. 09:52:12 "the republic" - microphone drops.. "excuse me." even with a few hiccups, the newscast was considered a triumph for cbs news...as well as for univac. (collingwood) he can remember 15 million digits or alphabetical characters.
steer the nation into the start of the computer age. jamie yuccas, cbs news, new york ((paul joncich)) >> of course now we have computers exponentially more powerful... yet smaller... than the univac. ((christianne klein)) >> these days they're all crunching numbers from a plethora of polls... there's even a poll of polls! and of course... they don't always get things right./// ((christianne klein)) thanks for watching 8 news now at 6:30. ((paul joncich)) >> be sure to watch 8 news ask yourself: if joe heck was on your side,
why did he threaten to shut down the government
side with the wall street banks when he called nevada's foreclosure crisis a "blip"? and why did joe heck put payday lenders and
their shameful interest rates first when he took their money? nevada, it's time to put people before the corporate special interests. it's time to vote no on joe heck. senate majority pac is responsible
and now here is the host of "jeopardy!" -- alex trebek! [ cheers and applause ] thank you, johnny. hi, folks. what a wonderful win on yesterday's program for our young champion, rachel. but as we've discovered many times in recent years on this program, it's not always easy winning that second game. a lot will depend on donna and chuck and on the categories. so good luck to all three. let's go to work now in the jeopardy! round. and here are your categories. starting off with -- oh... followed by... c in quotation marks. and finally... rachel, you start.