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((katie boer)) good evening...i'm tracking some of the coldest temperatures of the season with our first widespread freeze arriving overnight and early tomorrow morning across portions of clark county. ................. that freeze warning remains in effect from 2 am to 8 am wednesday with widespread minimum temperatures 28-32 degrees expected for the first time this season across portions of central and nevada and the high desert zones of san bernardino county. temperatures are expected to remain slightly above freezing near downtown las vegas and the strip...but areas near henderson...sum merlin...mountai ns edge...and nellis air force base will likely see temperatures at or below freezing for a few hours late tonight. this will not be a hard freeze...but a 3-6 hour window of freezing temperatures may damage or kill sensitive plants and crops. .................. looking ahead at the next couple of hours we'll be dropping into the upper 40s as early as 7pm
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early tomorrow morning around 8am. look for our coldest temps. in the low the mid 30s between 5-7am. ................... ((christianne klein)) 8 news now confirms a man critically injured in a crash two weeks ago is dead. the crash happened back on the 15th here along sandy valley near mile marker three. police say eliazar torres-perez was driving his ford when he lost control, crossed the centerline into on-coming traffic and caused an s-u-v to crash into his vehicle. while investigating they noticed an open alcohol container and say torres-perez was not wearing a medical and was pronounced dead last friday. his death marks the 106th traffic fatality in metro's jurisdiction./// ((paul joncich)) an aircraft carrying a brazilian soccer team that had recently won an historic match - and lifted the spirits of a small town - crashed overnight near medellin, colombia. there were only a few survivors and at least 71 people died. the plane was traveling from brazil, to colombia for another tournament. hena daniels has the latest
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flashlights in the heavy rain and mountainous terrain. the few survivors pulled from last's night wreckage were rushed to nearby hospitals... as daylight came... scenes from the crash show the damaged fuselage...debris... and workers carrying bodies of victims up the hillside. (tue0115 emergency officials at scene) more than 80 people were on board the charter plane ... including a first division brazilian soccer team. (jugadores en sao paulo) ... the players recorded a video in sao paulo before the flight took off... (jugadores chaoe scheduled to play tomorrow after reaching the finals of a major south american soccer competition for the first time. journalist carl worswick covers south american soccer: "to be pulled down from that perch after all that they've done...digest." the plane was just five minutes away from its final destination when the crew declared an electrical emergency... radar imagery shows
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over an area in central colombia before disappearing. the tragedy is hitting people in brazil especially hard - the team from the small city of chapeco was in the middle of a fairytale season. the brazilian government has declared three days of mourning. hena daniels, cbs news. ((paul joncich)) colombia's civil aviation agency says at least three players, two plane crew members and one journalist survived the c federation has suspended all games until further notice./// ((paul joncich)) meanwhile... the school bus driver... johnthony walker... accused of causing last weeks' fatal bus crash in chattanooga that killed 6 children made his first appearance in court today. his attorney asked the judge to delay the hearing. walker faces six charges of vehicular homicide, reckless endangerment and reckless driving. his next court date is december 15th. and his attorney says he will plead not guilty.
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((christianne klein)) students are back in class today at ohio state where just yesterday, police say a somali-born student attacked a group of people on campus with his car and a butcher knife. officials are now saying he seemed to warn about his intentions beforehand on facebook. brook silva-braga is columbus, ohio where the first of 11 victims spoke out about the attack. professor william clark is still slow on his feet after getting hit by a car on the ohio state university campus where he teaches engineering. (professoi didn't really know what to think, people started shouting." the car sliced his right leg in two places and then flipped him into the air, but clark considers himself and the rest of the people who were standing outside watt hall on monday lucky. (professor william clark/survivor of osu attack) "fortunate there was a concrete planter, he could have hit closer to 40 to 50 people. the car's driver was a somali-born student abdul-razak ali artan (abdul ra-zahk ali-ar-tahn).
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news/columbus, ohio) "this is where authorities say artan drove his honda over the curbhitting several people in the courtyard. he then got out of the car wielding a butcher knife and slashing people nearby before a university police officer shot and killed him about 200 feet behind me." investigators are looking into whether it was an act of terrorism. artan's facebook posts prior to the attack included "if you want us muslims to stop carrying lone wolf attacks, then make peace" tuesday, the islamic state claimed artan was a soldier, saying he did what they've askedby tari coalition countries. still, the ohio state students we spoke to seemed most concerned about retaliation against muslim classmates. (joy edinger/osu student) this is just something that happened from one person, it's not something we can blame on other people at the campus union, students are leaving messages of love and hopepromising to stay buckeye strong. brook silva-braga, cbs news, columbus, ohio. ((christianne klein))
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a vigil for the survivors and the deceased suspect is planned for later tonight./// ((christianne klein)) you've got questions and we've got answers. ((paul joncich)) >> straight ahead on the valley's news leader... a narrow road in henderson is slowing down the commute. traffic anchor demetria obilor finds out how long before it's fixed. ((christianne klein)) >> also... it's almost the end of an era for the show... rock of ages. later on... we sit down with one of the cast members.///
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we have a missing person to report. metro police need your help locating this man... 24-years-old christian harned. he was last seen yesterday near fort apache and farm road. police tell us christian was wearing a dark brown jacket, blue jeans, white and black "jordan" gym shoes and carrying
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he went missing. anyone with information regarding his whereabouts is strongly encouraged to contact police at the number on your screen./// ((christianne klein)) the valley is full of cone zones and more will pop up on some major highways in the coming days. tomorrow n-dot will shutdown a lane in each direction along u.s. highway 95 between rancho drive and the spaghetti bowl. ((paul joncich)) >> the closures will be from seven p-m to five a-m monday to saturday until december 22nd. during that time crews will be working on demolishing the center median--- lighting.. all part of project neon. /// ((paul joncich)) and this sunday... construction along summerlin parkway is expected to cause closures. the h-o-v flyover bridge will be closed from u-s 95 to summerlin parkway as crews work to extend it. ((christianne klein)) during this time, the northbound buffalo drive to westbound summerlin parkway on-ramp will be closed and traffic will be detoured to vegas drive and rampart boulevard. the closures are expected to last through january 20-17.
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in the area through july./// ((christianne klein)) you say a narrow road in henderson slows your route home, and it's driving you crazy. ((paul joncich)) >> traffic anchor demetria obilor looked into the problem and here's what she found out... (( )) demetria obilor: john wants to know, "broadbent boulevard is very narrow. there's no way to pass a car, if it's waiting to turn left onto sunbonnet avenue. can't they make a turn lane there?" i reached out to the city of henderson about making broadbent wider. its public works team told me that it will be on the property owners who are responsible for highway intersection. once that land is developed, the property owners will be responsible for completing broadbent boulevard to its full width, including turning lanes. hey! what's driving you crazy? send your traffic question to traffic eight at las vegas now dot com. ((paul joncich)) as a massive fire ascends from the mountains of tennessee... a vacation resort goes up in flames. ((christianne klein)) >> a look at what's being done to stop the fire from
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has burned dozens of homes in tennessee and injured several people as officials scramble to evacuate danger zones. ((christianne klein)) >> a hotel and several cabins were among the 250 buildings destroyed as strong winds whipped up the flames near gatlinburg. dani ruberti is in gatlinburg with the latest. (mayor larry waters/sevier county, tn) "we've all been overwhelmed at the scenes of destruction in the county, and particularly the city of gatlinburg." cell phone video shows flames surrounding a driver evacuating the area of gatlinburg tennessee late monday night. fire threatened to block off the only road to safet "go go go go go" at one point sparks flew over the windshield (nat) "almost every single cabin has burned to the freaking ground" the driver says he was able to escape...it is unclear if everyone was as lucky (nat) flames closed in on the park vista hotel in downtown gatlinburg . (nat) people trapped inside recorded video on their cell phones as the fire burned. (nat) the lights flickered on and off in the smoke filled lobby where guests were forced to wear masks. logan baker was inside (sot baker) "so they are keeping us in here for now, but the smoke is really bad in here" at one point at least thirty structures in gatlinburg
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at one point at least thirty structures in gatlinburg were burning. the mountain lodge, a roadside restaurant was destroyed (sot mayor larry waters/sevier county, tn) "we're just beginning to assess the loss of structures and the general condition of the area." (nats) "oh my god, it's so hot." high winc "chimney 2" fire--which began in the smokey mountains last week--to descend on surrounding towns. drivers captured the fires cascading down the mountain-as they were forced to evacuate. earlier in the day smoke blanketed gatlinburg in an ominous cloud. this red cross shelter is one of many locations where residents spent the night fleeing the fast-moving wild fires here in gatlinburg. 600 residents are registered here and many don't know what they''ll be going home to. dani ruberti for cbs news, gatlinburg, tennessee. ((christianne klein)) a freeze warning is expected to go into effect overnight...
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katie boer to a chilly place where she can prepare for the temperatures! ((paul joncich)) >> she's live at 'the ice rink' at the cosmopolitan... katie? ((katie boer)) good evening...i'm tracking some of the coldest temperatures of widespread freeze arriving overnight and early tomorrow morning across portions of clark county. ................. that freeze warning remains in effect from 2 am to 8 am
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degrees expected for the first time this season across portions of central and northeast clark counties in nevada and the high desert zones of san bernardino county. temperatures are expected to remain slightly above freezing near downtown las vegas and the strip...but areas near henderson...sum merlin...mountai ns edge...and nellis air force base will likely see temperatures at or below freezing for a few hours late tonight. th freeze...but a 3-6 hour window of freezing temperatures may damage or kill sensitive plants and crops.g temperatures may .................. looking ahead at the next couple of hours we'll be dropping into the upper 40s as early as 7pm with temps down to 43 by 9. around 11pm 41 degrees and 38 degrees by early tomorrow morning around 8am. look for our coldest temps. in the low the mid 30s between 5-7am. ................... your weather healines show our coldest temps lingering during about a 3-6 hour window.
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this week. by sunday and monday look for a slight warmup back to the low 60s--which is about where we should be temp. wise this time of year. .................. satellite radar shows a lack of cloud cover for the most part with will promote radiational cooling... that means...with no clouds to blanket us in temps. will have an opportunity to drop swiftly. ................... tonight and tomorrow... look for lows tonight down to 34 at mccr low as 28-32 degrees...a very cold night expected. tomorrow mid 50s with sunny skies. .................. your 7-day forecast shows temps remaining below average through saturday with a slight warmup to the low 60s for sunday and monday...but temps. fall again abruptly by tuesday. ((christianne klein)) rock of ages... it's a show that set the strip
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for the rock of ages as we get closer to their last show. ((paul joncich)) >> it rocked las vegas in 2012 at the venetian, and moved to the rio earlier this year. but the final curtain will come
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performance on new years day. we're joined by paul johnson... who stars as drew. for viewers who haven't seen the show, briefly tell us about rock of ages and the character you play. o paul plays "drew," a barback at the infamous bourbon
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live...this is 8 news now at four. ((christianne klein)) in just under seven weeks... president- elect donald trump will drop the "elect" part of his title and become president. ((paul joncich)) >> several times, he has outlid takes his seat in the oval office. one of his major campaign promises has been to end illegal immigration. now let's go over to politics now anchor patrick walker who's here to show us how much trump can do on his own regarding immigration policy. ((patrick walker)) >> as it turns out... there is a lot donald trump can do. but to do everything he has promised out on the campaign trail... he'll have to have quite a bit of help. first... let's talk about what trump can do on his own... via executive order.
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has issued... including on immigration. the supreme court temporarily suspended one of the current president's policies of expansion of deferred action for parents of children born in the u-s... and for childhood arivals. but trump can also end an earlier deferred action program for children brought to the u-s that was passed in 2012. as for deporting what he says are 2-3 million criminal aliens living in the u-s. -- that would require some help from congress. they would have to approve funding for things to speed up due process... since the existing courts would take awhile to process a few million extra cases. professor dan lee says all eyes are now on trump... to see how hard he'll push his version of immigration reform.: ((dan lee/unlv political science professor: "i don't think anyone really expects congress, under the new configuration, it's still going to be unified republican control, that they're going to be able to pass comprehensive immigraiton reform, so if congress can't do it, then that gives trump an argument of why he needs to do something.")) ((patrick walker)) >> as for the big promise to building the wall... or wall/fence combo...
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40-50 billion dollar project. also... there would be environmental impact studies... for example... that would slow the process. and there is a significant amount of private property the government would have to acquire... like from ranchers in arizona for example. ((patrick walker)) >> so as you can see... there is a lot going on... just on the issue of immigration. but trump's first 100-day plan calls for a lot of other action as well. we'll look into that... at 6:30. ((paul joncich)) >> donald trump has said mexico will be paying for the wall. is there any chance of goin ((patrick walker)) >> i'd say not at all. whether he meant mexico would literally sign the construction checks or through some other means like taking the money in some sort of trade deficit between the two countries... that would be an awfully tough sell. plus... mexican president enrique pena nieto has said there's no way they would pay for any such thing./// ((paul joncich)) thanks patrick... now president-elect donald trump is a couple of steps closer to filling out his cabinet. ((christianne klein)) >> today the trump team delivering on some very important transition
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from trump tower in new york. former vice president dan quayle was among the republicans meeting in trump tower tuesday. he was seen being escorted by trump adviser kellyanne conway. (dan quayle) things are in good hands. he's moving forward and he's going to make america great again." cbs news has learned former labor secretary elaine chao is president-elect donald trump's pick to be transportation secretary. chao served under president george w. bush and is married to senate majority leader mitch transition team announced georgia congressman tom price was nominated to lead the department of health and human services. price an orthopedic surgeon is a vocal critic of obamacare. (kenneth craig/cbs news, new york) both chao and price have years of experience in washington. and those selections are drawing questions about whether the president elect will in fact "drain the swamp" in dc like he promised on the campaign trail. tennessee senator bob corker, who's also no stranger to washington, met with mr. trump tuesday. he's a contender for secretary of
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he has, i think, the greatest opportunity in modern times to really strengthen our nation's security interests around the world and help us economically. mitt romney, another leading candidate -- is scheduled to have a private dinner with the president-elect as he continues to weigh his choices. kenneth craig, cbs news, new york. ((christianne klein)) announced two former wall street executives for two positons. the first is investor and former banker wilbur ross for commerce secretary. ((paul joncich)) >> and the second is former goldman sachs partner steven mnuchin as treasury secretary./// ((paul joncich)) meanwhile... president-elect donald trump called for a penalty for flag burning in a tweet early this morning. trump tweeting "nobody should be allowed to burn the american flag" ((christianne klein)) >> he went on to say "if they do - there must be consequences - perhaps loss of citizenship or
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affirmed the right to burn the american flag as a form of a free speech-- when asked about the supreme court's ruling, trump's transition spokesman rejected the constitutional protections of flag burning. ((paul joncich)) >> it's not immediately clear what prompted trump's tweet. but national discussions about respect for the flag have re-gained traction after a u-s flag was burned during a post-election protest at hampshire college in massachusetts./// ((christianne klein)) earlier today... we asked you guys if you agreed with the daniel whole-heartedly standing with trump writes... citizenship is a privilege, i totally agree with mr trump, it should be revoked if you burn our flag. karen agreeing with part of the statement... burning the flag is so disrespectful and demeans what our military past and present has done for us. maybe some jail time or a stiff fine but loss of citizenship no. they need to remember they have never had one handed to them folded! johanna says... i hate seeing and i hate when people do it but they have the right and he can't change it
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you can always join in on the conversation on our facebook page... that's 8 news now./// ((paul joncich)) after controversy over u-n-l-v's mascot... the university's student newspaper has unveiled its new name. according to its website... the 'rebel yell' will soon be "the scarlet and gray free press." according to the paper's editor... this all started back in april when they announced they would change the name. they narrowed a list down to five... then narrowed that list down to two. after ao they settled on "the scarlet and gray free press." in the past couple of years... there have been claims that the school's "rebel" moniker is racist... and that it refers to confederate soldiers. some have called for the university's mascot... "hey reb!".. to be changed as well.///
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((katie boer)) good evening...i'm tracking some of season with our first
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morning across portions of clark county. ................. that freeze warning remains in effect from 2 am to 8 am wednesday with widespread minimum temperatures 28-32 degrees expected for the first time this season across portions of central and northeast clark counties in s nevada and the high desert zones of san bernardino county. temperatures are expected to remain slightly above freezing strip...but areas near henderson...sum merlin...mountai ns edge...and nellis air force base will likely see temperatures at or below freezing for a few hours late ((christianne klein)) a bizarre sight on a
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plane. ((paul joncich)) >> but she will not be facing any charges. the full details of the chaotic event straight ahead.///
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tedd florendo. this is 8 news now at four. ((christianne klein)) the wait is almost over as mccarran prepares to accept it's first direct flight from beijing. back in september hainan airlines announced the u-s approved its application to launch the first nonstop flights between las vegas and beijing. --- and the first flight is expected to land this friday. the airline will fly on mondays, wednesdays, and fridays. the fares start at 650- dollars... and you book starting today./// ((christianne klein)) it looks like mccarran is on track to beat last year's number of visitors! for the sixth straight month... the airport has seen more than 4- million- visitors. that brings the 2016 total so
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last year's 45 million visitors... and possibly the record high of 48- million back in 2007./// ((christianne klein)) meanwhile... over in houston there was chaos on the tarmac after a woman suddenly bolted off a taxiing plane. reports show the plane en route from new orleans had landed 20 minutes early--- when the lady jumped off the plane from the emergency exit and b-lined to the terminal. the woman was quickly caught by police who were surprised she didn't have a scrat pilot and aviation consultant) "the ramp area where the airplanes sit at the gate//is a very dangerous place if you're not trained and you don't have the proper equipment.//there were a lot of people that were put in danger because of her." )) ((christianne klein)) >> we're told the woman was not arrested. instead police took her to a psychiatric center for evaluation./// ((paul joncich)) no shave november is almost over... and the mo-bros here at channel 8 are almost ready to break out the razors. ((christianne klein)) >> up next we continue to educate men about health concerns--
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here at channel 8 men's health during the month of movember. that's the reason for my mustache. which i promise, is coming off this week. in fact all of my mo-bros at channel 8 are sharpening up our razors. but first, let's talk about testicular cancer, the most common form of cancer among young men 15-34. testicular cancer is very survivable - if you catch it early. dr phillipe lam says symptoms include any unusal pain or swelling down there, along with any sign of blood in the urine. ((8:45 dr phillipe lam/halthcare partners: "that's
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examination, look for any assemetry, any swelling, look for any pain and then well go from there." )) ((paul joncich)) >> dr lam says an ultrasound will likely be ordered to get a clear diagnosis. approximatly 9-thousand men in the u.s. are diagnosed each year with testicular cancer. bicyclist lance armstrong is one of many who've beaten it. the key is early detection. so don't let men's health month go by without assesing your health - and making an appointe check-up./// ((weather toss)) ((katie boer)) good evening...i'm tracking some
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season with our first widespread freeze arriving overnight and early tomorrow morning across portions of clark county. ................. that freeze warning remains in effect from 2 am to 8 am wednesday with widespread minimum temperatures 28-32 time this season across portions of central and northeast clark counties in nevada and the high desert zones of san bernardino county. temperatures are expected to remain slightly above freezing near downtown las vegas and the strip...but areas near henderson...sum merlin...mountai ns edge...and nellis air force base will likely see temperatures at or below freezing for a few hours late tonight. this will not be a hard freeze...but a 3-6 hour window of freezing temperatures may damage or kill sensitive plants and crops.
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of hours we'll be dropping into the upper 40s as early as 7pm with temps down to 43 by 9. around 11pm 41 degrees and 38 degrees by early tomorrow morning around 8am. look for our coldest temps. in the low the mid 30s between 5-7am. ................... your weather healines show our coldest temps lingering during about a 3-6 hour window. with dry but cool conditions expected this week. by sunday and monday look for a slight warmup back to the low 60s--which is about where we should be temp. ck to the low wise this time of year. .................. satellite radar shows a with will promote radiational cooling... that means...with no clouds to blanket us in temps. will have an opportunity to drop swiftly. ................... tonight and tomorrow... look for lows tonight down to 34 at mccarran...but some spots as low as 28-32 degrees...a very cold night expected. tomorrow mid 50s with sunny skies. .................. your 7-day forecast shows temps remaining below average through saturday with a slight warmup to the low 60s for sunday and monday...but
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tuesday. ((christianne klein))
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inmates. ((paul joncich)) >> the latest lead that had left had law enforcement concerging on one hotel. ((christianne klein)) >> and coming up at five... nevada casino's seeing a big spike in gaming wins. we look into why that might not necessarily mean the casino industry is seeing a resurgence./// announcer: you're
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((paul joncich)) right now marks day seven in the search for two escaped inmates. ((christianne klein)) >> one of the two inmates who broke out of the santa clara county jail last week may have been sighted in gilroy. devin fehely reports from the hotel where people reported seeing the escapee. deputies with the santa clara county sheriff's office converged on this days inn in gilroy, searching for escaped inmate rogelio chavez. vo
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days inn where chavez had apparently been staying in this room which is now crisscrossed and sealed with crime scene tape. it is the first credible sighting of chavez since he and laron campbell and two other inmates managed to saw through the steel bars in their cell and then use bed sheets as a makeshift rope to rappel out of this 2nd story window and escape. two of the inmates were quickly recaptured, but chavez and campbell remain on the run. investigators have not said how they managed to get the steel bars. devin tag the sheriff's office is offering a 20-thousand-dollar reward for information leading to chavez's arrest. investigators say there's no evidence that campbell was also staying at the days inn, suggesting the pair may have split up and gone their separate ways after escaping. ((christianne klein)) the man who may have
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arrested last august... for burglary and extortion. the other fugitive's case dates back to early 2015... involving robbery and false imprisonment./// paul joncich that's all for us at 4. ((christianne klein)) >> 8 news now at five starts after this. don't forget.. we're always on at las vegas now dot com, on facebook and twitter. (( jason miller/trump
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speaks out in court: just sending my condolences and sympathy to the family. what he had to say about the plea deal he took... and the punishment he's facing. ((denise valdez)) escaping a fast moving wildfire: "go go go go go" the popular vacation destination going up in flames... and how close the fire is to dolly parton's tennessee theme
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we reveal when chick- fil- a will make it's debut in the las vegas valley!/// > the victim's father tells me he has forgiven the man who took his daughter's life.. but he will never forget what he did. despite taking a plea deal, demetrius black is maintaining his innocence. ((victim's mother: she was a great child. )) ((karen castro)) one ((matthew pinkney victim's brother: i'd do anything for my sister. )) ((karen castro)) by one loved ones of betty jean pinkney, address the judge.

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