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on your holiday shopping with our "great days of giving" contest. -still- we're giving away 500 dollar gift cards in the 5pm and 600 dollar gift cards in the 6pm.. in order to win, you have to watch the 5pm and 6pm newscasts starting this evening.. and be the 8-th caller when we give you the cue to call. you must be 18-years-old to win, and show that you're a valid nevada resident. again, this starts tonight in both our 5pm and 6pm newscasts. ((brian it's almost time to shop til you drop again... tents are already in place as shoppers camp out waiting for more steals and deals this black friday. ((kirsten joyce)) >> plus... sherry has you covered on justw ose lines.((brian loftus))>> ana reh broke out at it's bstationast night.kirsten joyce 8 news now good day, thelley's nowle.this is 8 ws now gooday.)) kirsten joyce)) >t the most won day of the year... r retailers ofcourse. day i"bla ws n od day i'm kiren yce.((bri. ns of miions of americans are expect to hit the stores
pkg ts...people chargingto stem ecans will gohping for g bargains thisoliday weekend, , today. (sot...kelly eddings / shopper) "i got a tent, a sleeping bag and some chairs." kelly eddings set up camp at the cabela's store in fort worth texas wednesday night. he was first in line to cash in on black friday deals. consumer experts forecast holiday retail sales to surge 3-point-6 percent this year over last year. online sales are expected to climb as much as ten percent compared to 2015. nats... clapping at jc penney... many started black friday shopping... on thanksgivi hundreds lined up for blocks in queens, new york to grab deals at jc penney. others waited for hours at this best buy store in glendale california. (sot: joseph barra / shopper) i can't condone this black friday shopping even though i'm here right now. i think it's horrible to do it on thanksgiving...but, i can't deny there's a good deal on thanksgiving. experts say it's a good idea to have a shopping list. (sot: danielle smith / shopping expert) know what you're shopping for. if you're kind of just walking around the mall in and out of stores, you're gonna get frustrated, you're gonna get
getting gift cards. the national retail federation estimates the average american will shell out about 589 dollars this season for holiday gifts. roxana saberi for cbs news, queens, new york. ((brian loftus)) >> the national retail federation reports gift cards are high on women's gift lists, while men prefer electronic gadgets./// sherry how's the weather today? ((sherry swensk)) cool for camping outside for deals... but clear skies. ...... sunny skies for black friday and low 60s. let's take a look at the roads with demetria
((kirsten joyce)) today is not the only day you items--- tomorrow is small business saturday. the holiday shopping tradition first started six years ago. it's day aimed at getting customers to shop locally--- and many small businesses say the day is usually one of the most busiest days of the year./// ((kirsten joyce)) and this monday shoppers can snag a few more deals for cyber monday. but experts say the prices you see online might be different from what other people see. turns out... it sometimes depends on your location. a team of researchers at northeastern university tested 16 online retailers and travel
sites.. customers saw different results and/or prices. that's because once you're logged in... companies can see your search history... the type of computer you use.. and location.. to personalize a price: (( christo wilson / computer and information scientist "you really have no idea why it's showing you what's its showing you." "companies are always experimenting with different strategies and algorithms." )) ((kirsten joyce)) >> so what can you do to figure out if the price you see is the lowest price? well... setting your browser to "private" or "incogi but using a virtual private network or v-p-n will. you can download some for free -- better ones will cost you around 20-dollars a year./// ((brian loftus)) one california family has a lot to be thankful for... after a missing jogger was found alive after three weeks. ((kirsten joyce)) >> details on the thanksgiving day discovery straight ahead. ((brian loftus)) >> also...
this after a transformer caught fire near cactus and decatur last night. the blaze knocked out power to some nine thousand homes--- we're told crews have since rerouted power to other substations while they let the fire burn out. nv energy says they will let the fire smolder for the next day or so before replacing the transformer./// ((brian loftus)) a climber is recovering this morning after falling nearly 80 feet at red rock. we're told he fell in a remote area of the black velvet canyon. police say it took search and rescue crews several hours to rescuh injuries remain unknown--- but metro says he was coherent during the rescue./// ((brian loftus)) meanwhile... a missing california mother has been reunited with her family after three long weeks. she first went missing back on november second while jogging. according to police, papini freed herself from restraints... and flagged down a passing motorist in the small town of yolo. she was treated for some injuries before being reunited with family. but for police...the search for her alleged kidnappers is just beginning.
information. im not able to release all the informatnio that she was able to provide us at this time )) ((brian loftus)) the sheriff adds that her kidnappers were two hispanic women in a dark colored s-u-v. -- but they don't have a possible motive./// ((kirsten joyce)) young talent from across nevada are getting to show off their skills. ((brian loftus)) >> up next we take a look at the upcoming performance of "hunchback of notre dame" in today's what's cool at school./// you're watching 8 news now good day. the musical, "the the musical, "the hunchback hunchback am i actually pushing these guys who ran out of gas the musical, "the hunchback six miles on a lonely highway? or is this a metaphor for how i'm constantly pushing myself to make a tastier sandwich?
cashman center theatre. the cast of 100 performers come from 22 schools from across musicians from c-c-s-d's honor choir and local orchestra programs. the play's director was amazed at all this talent coming together, to create a memorable cast: (( jennifer hemme/play director: "it's been incredible having the students from all over the state, and in so many different performance areas working together - has been really amazing." )) ((brian loftus)) >> showtimes are two and seven p-m all weekend, with admission prices of 15 to 25 dollars...
website, las vegas now dot com. we'll also soon have a full "what's cool at school" segment on this play, and look for our "cool at school" recap, next friday, where you can vote for a school to win $250. /// sherry how's the weather today? let's take a look at the roads with demetria ((sherry swensk)) clear skies with the moon and
between the mccarran exit and the warm springs exit will shut down for more construction work. you will still have access to the airport connector, but the county says you should expect delays. the closures goes into effect 9pm monday and will lift by 5am tuesday. the southbound connector ramp to eastbound 215 will also be closed. back to you!///
home. but they can't always fix it. luckily, there is a program that picks up on the need, and can fix it... in the home. dave courvoisier shows us how a boys town nevada program is a lifesaver for troubled families. (( )) myrtle tate elementary 3rd-grader adrian lerenas is a model student -- now. a few months ago, he was angry, disruptive. his parent's divorce left him without the means to cope. just don't know where to go for help. they're new to the community. they maybe came from dysfunctional families and simply they don't have the skills to raise the children they would that they want. luckily, myrtle tate elelmentary is one of eight schools in the district that have boys town nevada ready to answer the need. the counselor can either set up a meeting for me to talk to the family one-on-one or they can just write up
prepared to be social workers. they can't go into the homes and help the kids. but we can. we make sure the kids are prepared to come to school and learn and when they're prepared not only are they learning and other siblings are learning but they're not being disruptive in class so all the kids learn. there is no cost to the family when boys town steps in to help , but sometimes, there is reluctance. i think the biggest challenge is like what i just explained is that sometimes the parents are just afraid you know of having someone come into their home and you know work with them and their children becau might call child protective services or you might call immigration on them and have them removed and things like that. but adrian's mom welcomed the chance to learn better parenting, and in doing so give her son the tools to cope. so mom here wanted to help her son and so when we came we just provided skills, resources, and you know support to make her be independent and to make her help him. ((kirsten joyce))
the boys town family counselor works with mother and son to turn things around in the home./// ((brian loftus)) the running rebels seeking redemption as they prepare to face off against u-n-r. ((kirsten joyce)) up next we bring you a rebel rhyme to preview today's match up./// we want you to be part of our 8 news now good day.. just head to our 8 news now facebook page.. and upload a pic of you sippin will be chosen each week to win an 8 news now mug! the winners will be announced every friday during the 6am newscast./// you're watching 8 news
in a batle for the silver state reno and vegas a rivalry done right (tony sanchez/coach: "you better be ready to go because both teams will be ready to fight.") hey reno..you want the canon come get some (brian polian/coach: "we're not reno, we're nevada, i don't know where that comes from.") nevada is out for redmption and retribution..they 'll remind you (brian polian/coach: "we were established in 1874 as the flagship institution.") so be ready for a matchup of extreme measures (tony sanchez/coach: "they all had interesting signs for us and gestures.") down south..you don't see blue all year..to the north running back: "we don't wear red around here.") both are 4-7.. but losing this game feels worse than the stomach flu (tony sancehz/coach: "they're going to have fire in their belly and we will too.") do they get angry?..is it true? (tony sanchez/coach: "oh they do take this seriously, yeah they do.") saturday needs no motivation..no extra spin.. (ryan mcaleenan/linebacker: "send it off on my senior night, going out with a big win." 16 rebels take the field one last time for all to see (will kreitler/center: "it's definitely going to be an emotional game for me.") keeping the cannon is a glorious thing to say..even better (tony sanchez/coach:
the waiting continues as people wait in lines across the valley this black friday. the different things that caused some to leave the dinner table a little early. ((kirsten joyce)) >> plus... before you head out to grab those deals and steals... we bring you a look at how traffic is flowing around those hot spots. ((brian loftus)) >> and... an apparent road rage shooting lands one man in jail. what police say may have led to the deadly encounter. ((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)) ready, set, spend! today is black friday the busiest shopping day of the long holiday weekend. thanks for joining us on 8 news now good day. i'm kirsten joyce. ((brian loftus)) >> i'm brian loftus. but for many stores the black friday deals and steals have gotten earlier and earlier. shakala alvaranga caught up with shoppers last night.