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out "not my president!" the second night of protests after tuesday's election and who the president-elect is blaming the chaos on. ((kirsten joyce)) >> plus... residents in a southwest neighborhood say they've had enough of a nearby gravel pit. why they say the company behind it is making the air in their community a major health hazard. ((brian loftus)) >> and... another warm weekend facing the valley. how s feeling more like november. ((kirsten joyce)) 8 news now good day, the valley's news leader, starts right now./// ((now, live...this is 8 news now good day.)) ((kirsten joyce)) president-elect donald trump's transition to the white house is officially underway. thanks for joining us on 8 news now good day, and a happy veteran's day to you from the valley's news leader. i'm kirsten joyce. ((brian loftus)) >> i'm brian loftus. yesterday trump traveled to
obama...before taking to social media to comment on ongoing protests casting a shadow over his election. hena daniels has the latest from new york. -nats- "we're going to be peaceful" a wall of police officers in riot gear faced off with protesters in portland overnight... (nats tear gas) eventually firing tear gas... (nats big flash bang) and setting off flash bangs. (nats) some protestors set fires... (pipe 1 0328 police fire something. protestors get trash can, hide behind sign) others officers attempted to move them off the street... police fired back with rubber bullets. (koin/sot 406am et dominique gonzales/from portland. shows his welts after being hit by rubber bullets) we're not going home the reason we're out here is the police had armor -nats-(gun) as tensions escalated.this man, brandishing a weapon, confronted demonstrators. -nats- in oakland and l-a demonstrators brought traffic to a standstill for a second night in a row. (sot manuel corona) i am undocumented and i am very afraid. -nats- (we reject the president elect!)
new york, ny) amid the unrest...concrete barricades have been placed around president-elect trump's primary residence... (vo-white house meeting) the extra security came after trump's one-on-one meeting with president obama at the white housea 90-minute discussion focusing on domestic and foreign policy... (sot obama) "we now are going to do everything we can to help you succeed." (sot trump) "i very much look forward to dealing with the president in the future including counsel." (gfx) twitter late yester daybranding his opponents as "professional protesters, incited by the media." hena daniels cbs news ((kirsten joyce)) according to police, at least 26 people have been arrested in portland. president-elect trump's wife, melania, also met privately with first lady michelle obama. the two wives had tea..before melania trump was given a tour of her new residence./// let's take a look at the roads with demetria
hold up the clerk inside the convenience store off cheyenne and civic center drive... when the citizen inside the store shot him. the suspect fled and was found nearby. he died at umc trauma. the citizen is cooperating with the investigation and no arrests have been made. the suspect's name will be released by the coroner's office./// ((kirsten joyce)) and police need your help finding a missing woman. take a good look at her picture just in case you see her. her name is kelly thorn. she's been gone for more than a week now. police say she was last seen near nellis and owens. black pants and shoes with orange laces. if you see her.. call police immediately./// ((brian loftus)) a valley neighborhood is rallying together to get rid of a nearby gravel pit ((kirsten joyce)) >> why they say the company is doing more harm than good in the community and how the company is responding to the accusations./// ((you're watching the valley's news leader... with brian loftus, kirsten joyce, sherri swensk and
and what they call an alarming smell from an asphalt plant and gravel pit near their homes. ((kirsten joyce)) >> and now the company is working to get county permission to create a bigger silo for more work in the area. maricio marin spoke with residents who residents say the site is already creating an air quality nightmare.
(( susan brager/clark county commissioner: "they are asking to be expanded. they are already on the other side of the street they just are asking to expand some of the things they've already been doing and would continue to do.")) ((mauricio marin)) the biggest part of the expansion that worries neighbors is an 87 foot structure of silos and conveyors. williamson says he calls the county air quality department when the dust becomes too much for him....but it can take some time for authorities to check out the problem. ((steve williamson/resident: "you get a plume coming out of the pits. it'll linger for a while then go away. they're not going to see a thing." )) ((mauricio marin)) commissioner brager says she plans to look at all factors. (( susan brager/clark county commissioner: "i don't make any decisions before i get on the first floor of the government building because i think that somebody might bring up something that i might not have heard." )) ((mauricio marin)) williamson hopes the commission rejects the expansion. ((steve williamson/resident: 'nobody. nobody is happy with the air quality here.")) ((kirsten joyce)) >> wells cargo issued a statement about the location that
"we have taken aggressive and proactive approaches to minimize impact and to ensure that dust and operating emissions are within allowable limits and do not exceed the federal, state and county regulations." ((kirsten joyce)) >> they say they've even moved the location of the proposed expansion on their property further away from the homes to minimize impact. the issue goes before the clark county commission next wednesday./// ((kirsten joyce)) a group of valley students are getting crafty for their career day. ((brian loftus)) >> coming up on what's cool at school experience of the great outdoors with some tasty treats all to get a head start in some exciting fields of work./// you're watching 8 news now good day.
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outdoors to give students a proactive presentation, in today's "what's cool at school." ((brian loftus)) kids need to learn about electrical safety. so why not roast hot dogs and marshmallows to teach that important point.... 20:41.21 - 20:41.27 trey young-winfrey 2nd grade "they touched it and it like burnt, or got cooked, and i feel like eating it." ((brian loftus)) this was one way to capture the attention of students attending career day at bonnor elementary 21:22.25 - 21:22.36
"the teachers incorporate writing with all of the different presenters, and inside we have well over 100 presenters that are inside as well, talking to the kids about these important things." ((brian loftus)) outside was especially compelling - as work trucks, fire trucks, and squad cars showed students the possibilities and potential of these jobs 20:52.52 - 20:53.01 yolana huff 2nd grade yolana: "i do think it's pretty cool." me: "why so?" yolana: "because there's like cars, and you get to see different kinds of vehicles." 21:32.18 - 21:32.24 savannah lunkwitz kindergarten savannah: "the dump truck." brian: "why so?" savannah:e ((brian loftus)) one student now considers herself a.....future firefighter 20:54.18 - 20:54.24 yolana huff 2nd grade "because you get to go in houses, and investigate." ((brian loftus)) companies on hand demonstrated what they do....in this case a sign and lighting service tech.....taking the crane sky-high 20:57.29 - 20:57.35 josh villegas yesco service tech. "their faces just light up, i mean, they instantly just go....oh my god....i'd be so scared." ((brian loftus)) unique jobs generated interest -
candy food truck 21:10.07 - 21:10.14 sari sedillo esquivel i luv cotton candy owner "show all the kids we represent the food trucks, and and that there's a lot of fun with the food truck industry..." ((brian loftus)) students left career day.....with insight and excitement about many jobs 21:15.25 - 21:15.30 patrice tew ccsd trustee "we want to be able to replicate this kind of energy, this kind of leadership." ((brian loftus)) and for young students to get a glimpse of bright futures.... 21:33.23 - 21:33.28 savannah lunkwitz kindergarten savannah: "be a paleontologist." brian: "wow, a paleontologist....why do you want to bep dinosaurs, and i want to figure out what the dinosaur bones are, and how dirty they are." ((brian loftus)) and that's what's cool at school brian loftus to vote for this program or if you know something that's cool at school just head to las vegas now dot com.. click on "sections" in the upper left corner .. and cool at school will be under the "community" tab. or send us an email... cool at school at las vegas now dot com. the winner will receive 250 bucks for their program./// sherry how's the weather today?
will be only slightly cooler, but staying nicely above normal. i see a cool down coming next week with temps back to nora even below. ............ so get the sweaters out as the morning temps will drop to some much chillier 40s. right now, we have somewhat cool 50s around the valley and outside the valley.
((kirsten joyce)) a sad day for the music world.... canadian singer- songwriter leonard cohen died at the age of 82. cohen wrote a number of popular song including the often-covered "hallelujah." his 14-th studio album "you want it darker" was just released last month. besides songs, cohen also wrote the cause of death is still unknown. ((brian loftus)) coming up on the valley's news leader crime is paying off for las vegas locals. ((kirsten joyce)) >> how being a resident of nevada can get you into one of the most unique museum's in downtown las vegas./// you're watching 8 news now good day. ((kirsten joyce))
((kirsten joyce)) the air force is sending a fighter jet to fly over the veterans day parade route in downtown las vegas... for the first time since 2012. the jet of choice is the nation's newest stealth joint strike fighter, from nellis air force base. the f-35 is expected to roar over fourth street in downtown las vegas at 10:11 this morning. that's when more than 120 floats, bands, color guards and military vehicles will roll north of charleston boulevard between hoover and stewart avenues. the major closu between charleston blvd. and ogden ave./// ((brian loftus)) in downtown las vegas... the mob museum is planning on letting locals in for free next week. mark your calendars... because on tuesday you won't have to pay a dime to visit the museum. it's in honor of 'kefauver day'... which is the anniversary of the kefauver committee hearing which took place in the mob museum building on that day in 1950. the outcome of those hearings
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the chaos that has erupted across the u-s and how president-elect is preparing to lead the country. ((kirsten joyce)) >> plus... no matter the time of day... metro sergeant richard strader would make his way to the scene of a deadly crash... we look at the long career the sergeant has had with metro... as he retires from the force. how soon things could start feeling more like november ((kirsten joyce)) 8 news now good day, the valley's news leader, starts right 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)) >> i'm brian loftus. rallies against president-elect donald trump continued across the nation for the second night in a row. police say that protests in portland, oregon got out of hand, tweeting that rallies