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white house continues.... the republican president-elect -- announcing names for two key positions in his administration. ((kirsten joyce)) >> plus...roads are back open after a man is killed while crossing a busy highway. ((brian loftus)) >> and...sherry is here to tell you when we could start feeling fall temperatures. ((kirsten joyce)) 8 news now good day, the valley's news leader, starts right now./// ((now, live...this is 8 news now good day.)) (paul ryan) i trust donald's judgment and i think he's going to pick who he thinks will best serve him."/// ((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. president-elect donald trump is making his first two key appointments... as he continues his transition to the white house. yesterday trump officially named republican party chairman reince priebus as his chief of staff...
named chief strategist and senior counselor. ((kirsten joyce)) >> the selections came as the president-elect gave his first post-election broadcast interview to "60 minutes." hena daniels has the latest from new york. president elect donald trump's first two appointments to his administration... are drawing reaction from both sides of the aisle. late yesterday...repu blicans lindsay graham and house majority whip steve scalise both applauded reince priebus' elevation to chief of staff. about right-wing media mogul, steve bannon...being chosen as chief strategist and senior counselor. a spokesman for senate minority leader harry reid said the choice signals that "white supremacists will be represented at the highest levels in trump's white house." appearing on cnn...house speaker paul ryan spoke about the appointment: (paul ryan) "i don't know steve bannon. i have no concerns. i trust donald's judgment and i think he's going to pick who he thinks will best serve him." -nats-
his first post-election interview to lesley stahl of "60 minutes." he stood firm on his vow to choose conservative supreme court justices who could overturn roe versus wade... (trump) if it ever were overturned. it would go back to the states. (stahl) well, then some women won't be able to get an abortion. (trump) well then perhaps they'll have to go to another state. ...but appeared to soften on his campaign pledge to build a wall... (stahl) they're talking about a fe congress. would you accept a fence: (trump) for certain areas i would but for certain areas a wall is more appropriate. ...and appoint a special prosecutor to investigate hillary clinton's email practices: (trump) "i'm gonna think about it// they're good people, i don't want to hurt them." inauguration day is just 66 days away. hena daniels cbs news. ((kirsten joyce)) >> trump also said he would only take one dollar a year as a salary during his presidency. ((brian loftus)) >> both the anti-defamation
crossing the interstate. ((brian loftus)) >> the accident happend near i-15 and cheyenne last night. investigators tell us a man was walking across the interstate on the scene. the driver, a woman in her 50's, didn't sustain any major injuries... n-h-p adds they don't expect impairment at all from the driver. we're told after she hit the victim, she lost control of the van, crossed several lanes of traffic and crashed into the barrier. as for the male victim-- n-h-p is still looking into why he was on the interstate in the first place. ((trooper angie wolff, nevada highway patrol )) " it's unfortunate and only the pedestrian on the roadway knows why they're on the roadway, if it's impairment, if it's carelessness, not using a crosswalk. being out on the highway, i
>> no charges are expected for her at this time... she is cooperating with investigators. there's no word yet as to whether the victim was impaired at all--- investigators are waiting for the toxicology report from the coroner./// ((brian loftus)) new zealanders are recovering after a massive earthquake hit the country. ((kirsten joyce)) >> the lives that were lost and how long will it take officials to recover is coming up on good day./// ((you're watchinge
this is 8 news now good day)) ((brian loftus)) over the weekend new zealand's southern island was hit by a 7.8 magnitude earthquake. ((kirsten joyce)) >> so far two people are dead, but much of the devastated areas damaged roads and rail lines. rescue efforts and evacuations have further been hampered by a damaged dam, putting anyone downstream in danger. hena daniels has the latest. strong aftershocks continues to shake new zealand this morning - after a magnitude-7.8 earthquake struck the country's south island - cracking roads and demolishing homes and businesses. (bryan seddon) its just a bloody shame, its all brick and mortar but you don't
powerful tremors have triggered landslides. these three cows along with other livestock were stranded on islands of grass as the ground ripped apart around them. cell phone video of house shaking the aftershocks continue to rattle the nerves of already exhausted and terrified residents. the quake triggered a tsunami about 6 feet high... residents along the east coast were told to move to higher ground. damage to the main highway has completely cut off the small rural town of kaikoura... where emergency officials say the road access points here are blocked off, the only way through is flying people in and out, there's quite a number of tourists now who are ultimately stuck with international connections. the head of new zealand's civil defense force says a navy ship is on the way to help ferry people who are isolated to safety. hena daniels cbs news ((brian loftus)) >> emergency workers also started evacuating residents
breached overnight. ((kirsten joyce)) >> in 2011 a quake in christchurch new zealand killed 185 people and injured thousands./// ((brian loftus)) the supermoon is back for the first time this year. ((kirsten joyce)) >> coming up on good day... we'll see take another look at the phenomenon./// you're watching 8 news now good day. ((sherry swensk)) the moon is putting up a
we got a glimpse of the phenomenon an hour ago it's the phenomenon called "supermoon" -last night. the supermon means that the moon looks much bigger and brighter. full on the same day when its orbit is closest to earth. supermoons come around once every 13-months. but what makes it special this time is the fact that the moon will look bigger than at any point in the past 68-years../// sherry how's the weather today?
this week, the county expects to close down the eastbound 215 ramp to mccarran overnight. crews are currently working to install the city's safety barrier rails along summerlin parkway. construction continues on town center between charleston and summerlin parkway for a city repaving project. back to you!/// ((kirsten joyce))
passed away at the age of 74. russell was a top session player in the 60's and 70's. he played keyboards and back up for joe cocker.. bob dylan.. and the beach boys. he later went on to a successful solo career with hits such as tight rope and lady blue. his wife says he was recovering from a recent heart bypass surgery at the time of his death./// ((kirsten joyce)) memorials are set up for actor robert vaughn who passed away friday night.
tribute. the star of t-v's "the man from uncle" star had been ill from leukemia. vaughn's acting career spanned more than 60 years ... ... and included an oscar-nominated turn in the film "the young philadelphians" ... ... as well as a leading role in the original version of "the magnificent seven". vaughn is survived by his wife and two children./// ((kirsten joyce)) orlando's gay pride parade this weekend wasn't just a fun celebration. it was also an emotional tribute to the people killed earlier pulse night club. matt grant reports. (cheering) on the five-month anniversary of the pulse massacre.... around 150-thousand people came to send a message. orlando's 12th annual "come out with pride parade," which had been postponed due to hurricane matthew, celebrates the city's l-g-b-t-q community (mireillee lamourt / attended pride parade): "it's a chance to feel represented and equal." for many, emotions were tempered by lingering grief. the parade paying
the employees of pulse, and the victims of the attack. at the history center, the iconic 49 crosses honoring those killed, were on display. alix mist came to see the one bearing her friend's name: cory connell. the valencia college student, who wanted to be a firefighter, died, helping his girlfriend escape. (alix mist / friend killed in pulse massacre): "they were young and they were innocent. they died for having love, and love should not be killed for." before the parade, the official, held a prayer circle. reflecting on the anniversary and calling for unity (patty sheehan / orlando city commissioner): "we're gonna show that america is one and strong just like we have shown that orlando is one and strong." (mayor teresa jacobs/ orange county, fl): "of course, we will always come together and cry when we think of our loss, but we also need to be enormously proud of who we are as a people."///
since terrorists targeted six locations across the city. the attacks left 130 people dead, and hundreds more wounded. france is commemorating the victims with plaques at the attack sites. a special performance by "sting" marked the re-opening of the venue. a year ago, terrorists stormed the bataclan and opened fire on the crowd -- killing dozens of people. killing 130 people....89 in the bataclan alone. before the attack.. the picture was taken by denys plaud. he is one of those lucky enough to walk out of the bataclan alive... (denys plaud, bataclan survivor) >> "the hardest image was when the emergency crew arrived after three hours of waiting. there were corpses and blood everywhere. there was no way to not look at death and it's ugly and bloody side. the only way to recover was to find in myself the inner strength
am i actually pushing these guys who ran out of gas six miles on a lonely highway? or is this a metaphor for how i'm constantly pushing myself to make a tastier sandwich? like my new pepper jack ranch spicy chicken sandwich with spicy pepper jack cheese, spicy ranch, and spicy all-white-meat chicken. but judging from the third-degree sunburn, and the fact that i can't feel my legs, i'd say i'm actually pushing this car. the pepper jack ranch spicy chicken sandwich. taste it before it's gone.
in the valley this morning. we'll take a look at some of the incredible images. ((kirsten joyce)) >> plus...a man loses his life after getting into a heated argument. we'll tell you where in the valley this crime happend. ((brian loftus)) >> and... the rock n roll marathon did not dissapoint over the weekend. as thousands from all over the world showed up for the big event. ((kirsten joyce)) 8 news now good day, the valley's news leader, starts right now./// ((now, live...this is 8 news now good y ((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. ((sherry swensk)) >> and i'm sherry swensk sherry how's the weather today? ((sherry swensk)) get ready to pull the sweaters