tv 8 News Now at 5 AM CBS February 12, 2016 5:00am-6:00am PST
i sure hope we catcbarricade situation ((brian loftus)) > a man walks in to a restaurant... and starts attacking people with a machete! how the situation came to an end... and how many people were injured. ((kirsten joyce)) > plus...changing up breakfast... how kellogg plans to revamp its brand./// < welcome to a brighter morning, this is 8 newsnow with kirsten joyce, sherry swensk, demetria obilor and brian loftus > brian loftus > good morning and thanks for joining us. i'm brian loftus. kirsten joyce and i'm kirsten joyce. it's 5-oclock. night... at a barricade situation. ((brian loftus)) michael stevens is live where he just michael?
we did hear the sound of flash bangs going off which could be a sign this stand-off could be ending soon. but let's get you caught up on what we know right now. police say this stand-off started just before 9-last night. dumont. police say they responded to call of a man screaming for help. people in the area also say they possibly heard gunshots. when officers showed up... they started talking to the man and decided to call in swat because they believe the man is armed and refusing to come outside. ((lt. robert bell // metro police: 08;21;04 the effort now is to get him out of the house so we can get him any help that he requires. he appears to be despondent for some reason we do not know at this time. 08;21;10) )) as you heard swat negotiators come outside. police do not believe anyone was has been shot. nearby residents say they have been evacuated. no word yet on when they'll be allowed back in.
brian loftus > now let's get a look at your forecast. kirsten joyce sherry... how's the weather looking today? sherry swensk < clear skies and cool temps this morning... after hitting those warm mid 70s again yesterday. .............. let's check your weather now in the valley... percent. and let's look around the country where the eastern u-s is still in the deep freeze. cold air all the way down to the
in atlanta. ............... since we're starting out in the 40s this morning... we'll climb through the 50s as the morning goes on... and then head right into the warmer 70s again by mid afternoon. ..................... we could even set a new record high today at 76 degrees. a very mild holiday weekend ahead. > back to you. /// ((brian loftus)) > the oregon standoff is over...
surrendered yesterday...are scheduled to be in court today. and the day before... federal agents arrested cliven bundy on six charges from his 2014 standoff with federal officials. he didn't participate in this occupation, but he is considered to be the figurehead of the protesters' movement and is the father of standoff leader ammon bundy. ammon was arrested last month... another protester was killed during the arrest. a total of 25 people have been standoff./// kirsten joyce > now let's turn it over to demetia. brian loftus how are the roads looking this morning. < demetria obilor >no freeway crashes. avoid cambridge and dumont for a police standoff. crash on west side at charleston
back to you. /// ((kirsten joyce)) > valentine's day is on sunday! and hundreds getting hitched. the county clerk's office is encouraging couples to complete the pre- application for a marriage license online... before coming into the office. valentine's day.. and the day before are typically some of the most popular days in the year to tie the knot. last year, clark county issued more than 16-hundred licenses over the weekend./// ((kirsten joyce)) > and if you want a more non-traditional valentine's day celebration... you can check out the mob museum for free! the mob museum is offering free admission for locals on sunday. and on saturday.. they're hosting a blood drive.. anyone who donates will receive 1 free ticket that you can use anytime this year. the mob museum will also have the tommy guns used......
displayed together for the first time since al capone's saint valentine's day massacre in 1929./// ((kirsten joyce)) > students going head to head... in a quiz game: ((competititon is kind of nerve- wracking )) ((brian loftus)) how the competition is bringing positive attention... to one turnaround school. ((kirsten joyce)) the democratic candidates hit the stage... in a debate. what they had to say about race and immigration reform. ((brian loftus)) better service for bus riders. the changes taking place to make your route to work easier. demetria has the details, in
there are those who say we cannot defeat a corrupt political system and fix a rigged economy. but i believe we need to lift our vision above the obstacles in place and look to the american horizon. to a nation where every child can not only dream of going to college, but attend one. where quality healthcare will be a birthright of every citizen. where a good job is not a wish, but a
reality. where women receive equal pay and a living wage is paid to all. an america where after a lifetime of labor, there is time for rest and grandchildren.
high schools. the newcomers at western high impact.... ((brian loftus)) round after round, hands at the ready, western players must ring in to question samantha spangler senior "it's kind of like jeopardy, but more high school style and its just a fun way of being together, being smart." ((brian loftus)) varsity quiz has been in the district for nearly 50 years, but at the 1970's. their teacher, matt albert, is overjoyed to see the team back matt albert english instructional lead, vq head coach "the support of from the school has been amazing....really just out of this world." ((brian loftus)) western has recently been a turnaround school. these 16 students in the western varsity quiz club are proud to bring well-deserved positive attention to their school stasi harper senior "being on this team at western....it means a lot because i had no idea this existed." matt albert english instructional lead, vq head coach "if your student who attends a school that faces some
know happens to quite a bit of schools that are title 1, like this one, you can still overcome these obstacles.....it takes committment." ((brian loftus)) and students are committed, prepping like crazy for competition.... anthony juarez senior "i personally mainly read different kinds of magazines and books." ((brian loftus)) questions come at these students across a wide range of fields stasi harper senior "i'm pretty good at science, my favorite is science and pop culture." matt albert english instructional lead, vq head coach "it's a great way to get an early gauge on what makes you tick, and what you might want to do as a career." ((brian loftus)) sometimes, students are racking their brain for the answer, other times, it's right there! anthony juarez senior "the first two words he asked was ...this female, and i buzzed in and said marie curie and i got it right! me: "how did you do that?" anthony: "i dont know!" ((brian loftus)) from recent success at invitationals, to the high hopes of winning the championships in dallas, these underdogs love
samantha spangler senior "competititon is kind of nerve- wracking, especially when you get to the championships, like we did." stasi harper senior "with the win i've never really accomplished something as big as this, so it really means a lot to me and i'm pretty sure it means a lot to everyone else!" matt albert english instructional lead, vq head coach "i'm immensely proud of them....immensely proud." ((brian loftus)) and that's what's cool at school end pckg: ((brian loftus)) > to vote for this program or if you know something that's cool at school... go las vegas now dot com. cool at school will be under the "community" tab. or send us an email... cool at school at las vegas now dot com. ((kirsten joyce)) > we also want to congratulate twitchell elementary... for winning this month's "what's cool at school". the students are preparing themselves for an upcoming robotics competition. twitchell elementary wins 250- dollars.... congrats to them! ///
saturday... then some winds kick up for sunday. breezy winds to 20 mph or higher could get in the way sunday if you're outdoors. ........ high pressure still in charge of the west and that will drive temps well above normal and close to record highs again through the weekend. ............. week. meanwhile super cold air continues to invade the eastern half of the country with snow across the great lakes and the ohio valley. ............... look for highs in the 70s to last into next week and then cloudy skies with possible showers later next week. > back to you./// >
> hillary clinton and bernie clinton and bernie sanders are turning their attention back to nevada and south carolina...one day after their sixth democratic debate. last night... the two democratic candidates faced off for their first time since sanders won the new hampshire primary. the candidates were polite but pointed as they sparred over foreign policy and the economy... the debate delved into issues of race and immigration reform: ((sanders) i believe we will all agree that we are sick of seeing
officers. ( clinton) when we talk about iminal justice reform and ending the era of mass incarceration, we also have to talk about jobs education housing and other ways of helping communities do better. )) the republican presidential candidates will face off in their next debate on saturday night in south carolina. you can watch that debate right here on cbs./// ((kirsten joyce)) > the nevada democratic caucus is saturday, february 20th... the republican caucus is tuesday february 23rd./// ((kirsten joyce)) > we are your local election headquarters throughout the season... on air and online. we'll bring you the latest polling results as they happen../// brian loftus > let's get a check of your commute. kirsten joyce demetria... how are things looking? < demetria obilor > don't things look nice at rainbow and patrick lane in the southwest? patrick is right in
it's about to become a cone zone this monday. at nine pm, crews will line the stretch leaving you only one lane in both directions til about 5 am. expect the same thing throughout the rest of next week. it's a widening/flood control project that will take about 15 months to complete. < > back to you. /// ((brian loftus)) > police in
what caused a man to go on a rampage with a machete inside a restaurant last night. four people were hurt when police say a man with a machete stormed in and started randomly attacking people. before the incident, investigators say the man visited the restaurant and talked with an employee. he left and returned with his weapon a half hour later. right now, police consider the incident a random attack. the suspect was shot and killed after a brief car chase./// ((kirsten joyce)) > valentine's day is just a few days away... ((brian loftus)) and people are searching for those last minute gifts. what people in nevada are getting...compa red to the rest of the country. ((kirsten joyce)) a new device might help you take better pictures with your phone camera! 8 on your side's michelle mortensen puts it to
the world a president has to grapple with. sometimes you can't even imagine. that's the job. and she's the one who's proven she can get it done. ...securing a massive reduction in nuclear weapons... ...standing up against the abuse of women... ...protecting social security... ...expanding benefits for the national guard... ...and winning health care for 8
million children... the presidency is the toughest job in the world and she's the one who'll make a real difference for you.
((kirsten joyce)) while a popular internet radio provider.. is asking to get bought out. jill wagner joins us live from wall street. good morning jill. and jill -- valentine's day isn't just about chocolate and roses. the real estate blog estately looked at some of the more popular and unique gifts googled in each state... what can you tell us? good morning brian and kirsten! concern about the economy here and overseas is sending stock markets across the globe much lower. on wall street--- the dow fell 254 points yesterday. the nasdaq dropped 16.// pandora's on the market. the internet radio station is reportedly looking for a buyer. pandora competes with apple music and spotify. its stock has fallen more than 60% since october.// kellogg is thinking outside the box... the cereal maker has struggled as americans look for other breakfast options... like greek yogurt.
which focuses on healthier ingredients, like quinoa. the company also plans on adding fun new products like pop tarts in root beer and orange crush soda flavor.// q: and jill -- valentine's day isn't just about chocolate and roses. the real estate blog estately looked at some of the more popular and unique gifts googled in each state... and unique gifts googled in each state... what can you tell us? a: californians searched for couples pajamas. in hawaii--- it's tandem kayaks.
demetria obilor the rtc plans to improve bus service with several transit changes going into effect sunday, february 21. if you frequently travel las vegas boulevard north, say goodbye to the metropolitan area express (max) and hello to route 113. the rtc is cutting the max to add more service to the 113, which also services las vegas boulevard north.
every 15 minutes during daytime hours, seven days a week. evening and overnight service will also be increased. riders with questions can call the rtc customer service line. we'll have that number posted on our website, lasvegasnow.co m what's driving you crazy? remember, you can write me at. traffic 8 at las vegas now dot com. back to you. /// ((brian loftus)) > a woman stopped a would-be thief... from snatching her purse. ((kirsten joyce)) how she intervened in the attempted robbery...and got her stuff back.///
barricade situation. ((kirsten joyce)) > one year ago today... las vegas mother tammy meyers was gunned down... in front of her home. what her husband says life's been like...without her. ((brian lo@tus)) > the battle heats up... between kanye and taylor swift. what the rapper did this time, to annoy swift fans across the country!/// < welcome to a brighter morning, this is 8 newsnow with kirsten joyce, sherry swensk, demetria obilor and brian loftus > brian loftus > good morning and thanks for joining us. i'm brian loftus. kirsten joyce and i'm kirsten joyce. it's 5-30. police have been on scene all night... at a barricade situation. ((brian loftus)) michael stevens is live with the latest. michael? ((michael stevens)) police say they're really trying to get the man who barricaded
police say this stand-off started just before 9-last night. near maryland parkway and desert inn. police say they responded to call of a man screaming for help. people in the area also say they possibly heard gunshots. when officers showed up... they started talking to the man and decided to call in swat because they believe he is armed. swat negotiators are trying to get the man to come outside. while nearby residents who've been evacuated wait to go back inside their homes: (( lt. robert bell // metro police: there were some evacuations just to make sure there was safety... was our highest priority at every time we come out to one of these events so there were some evacuations)) ((michael stevens)) police do not believe anyone was has been shot. in the last hour or so... we have heard the sound of flash bangs going off... which could be a sign this could be ending soon. of course when that happens we'll update you both on-air and online. ((kirsten joyce)) ((kirsten joyce)) > it's been one year since a las vegas
in a case of mistaken identity. the murder got national attention. tammy meyers was gunned down after a series of what police are calling misunderstandi ngs. erich nowsch is the accused gunman. police released a video of nowsch confessing to the killing. he also told police meyers was not the intended target. meyers died at the hospital two days after the shooting, on valentine's day. (( george knapp: so what's it been like without her? a year without her? robert meyers - victim's husband: it's hard. it hasn't changed. its like, everybody says 'well, it's so long ago.' i'm like well it doesn't seem that long,, you know, to me, doesn't seem like a year. seems like i'm still in the nightmare, i'm gonna wake up.)) the i-team's george knapp sat down with meyer's husband. tonight at 11, robert meyers opens up about life after her death including: media scrutiny, financial struggles, and the pending trial. nowsch and his codefendant - derrick andrews - will face a jury next month./// kirsten joyce > now let's get a look at your forecast.
how's the weather looking today? < sherry swensk get ready for a really warm holiday weekend... so make some great outdoor plans to be out in the sunshine and enjoy some unusual february weather. temps in the 40s right now. .............. light winds and dry air will stay in place through saturday... then some winds kick up for sunday. breezy winds to 20 mph or higher could get in the way sunday if you're outdoors. ........ high pressure still in charge of the west and that will drive temps well above normal and close to record highs again
thief caught on camera...tries to steal a woman's purse. but the victim puts up a fight. it happened at a fast food restaurant in broad eastern. authorities say the suspect tried swiping a woman's purse while she was wheeling out a stroller from the restroom. the woman fought him....and got her wallet back. the suspect took off. ((((kim bantum/mother "as a mother you have kids you're carrying a lot of things you're worried more about your kids than your surroundings." )) ((melissa thiel/takes bus to work: "i'm not going to let them to the best of my ability just take off with my stuff.")) ((kirsten joyce)) police say in this case---it's fortunate the victim did not get seriously hurt. authorities say your life is more precious than property. for a better look at the video---head over to las- vegas-now-dot- com./// ((brian loftus)) > the puc is holding a meeting this morning... about a new recommendatio n... customers will pay. in december..
for residential solar customers. this prompted solar companies to lay off hundreds of workers. if approved, some customers would not have to pay the new rates. as soon as the p-u-c makes a decision.. we'll bring it to you live and online at las vegas now dot com./// effects to your pictures... without using a filter! ((kirsten joyce)) 8 on your side's michelle mortensen puts a new device to the test... how rick harrison from "pawn stars" helps michelle try it before you buy it/// ((brian loftus)) lamar odom...out in public for the first time... at a nevada brothel.
he was at kanye west's fashion show in new york.... odom was found unconscious at a brothel with cocaine in his system. odom was moved to an l-a hospital last month. the crowd cheered odom as kanye walked him to his seat with the kardashian and jenner families. lamar odom is the estranged husband of khloe kardashian./// ((demetria obilor)) > trending this morning... kanye released some of his songs from his upcoming album... swift... he mentions her in lyrics for his song famous... and... we can't exactly tell you what he says because it's not t-v appropriate... but he essentially says he is the one who made her famous. swift fans took to social media...posting their outrage. the kanye- taylor swift battle goes back to 2009...when he interrupted her acceptance speech for the video music awards.///
breezy winds to 20 mph or higher could get in the way sunday if you're outdoors. ................... warm air over the southwest... really cold air in the east... that pattern will hold through the weekend. .............. high pressure still in charge of the west and that will drive temps well above normal and close to record highs again through the weekend. ............. the trend continues into next week. meanwhile super cold air continues to invade the eastern half of the country with snow across the great lakes and the ohio valley. super cold air and wind chills in the minus 20s, 30s and 40s! that is bitter cold. ............... look for highs in the 70s to last into next week and then cloudy skies with possible showers later next week. . the mountains will be beautiful for your valentine and warm at lake mead. > back to you./// >
are ditching their cameras are ditching their cameras and smartphones... despite sacrificing quality for conveince. ((kirsten joyce)) but that could all change thanks to a new product from m-pow. 8 on your side consumer advocate michelle mortensen is here to try it before you buy it. > m-pow isknown for its blue tooth headphones ... something we may all need if ... but right now though .. they're creating a ton of buzz because of what's inside this box. three snap on lenses that can
into one super camera. m-pow ... is turning your smartphone .. into one of these. snap one on .. and in a snap ... you can snap ... a wide shot... a fish eye ... or a super macro shot. ((so to test this out ii have to find something to take pictures of. maybe something ool ... or something famous... but where am i going to find that. hey the home of pawn stars .. that wouold work great.)) the world famous gold and silver pawn shop and the cast of pawn stars are t-v royalty. it's the second highest rated reality show of all time ... just behind jersey shore. ((we have a situation. )) rick is a big deal ... so let's just hope he's in the building. ((michelle: hey rick .. you free? rick: yeah, what's up? michelle: i was wondering if you might be willing to help me out with a little test im doing.
)) that was easy. now off to the floor to take pics with fans. ((michelle: alright, so let's test out the super wide angle first. rick .. the superwide angle? )) next .. i get super bossy ... and start directing the crowd. ((go, go, go ... this is awesome everyone say cheese. )) here's my pic. and intern chelsea's without the lens. so far m-pow ... impresses. now .. the fish eye. ((kay everybody say cheese//(splice)// chelsea how is your pic .. not that good. )) another win for me .. i mean m- pow. one more lens to test and rick's the perfect subject ((michelle: so tell me about this ring ... it's a 2001 patriots super bowl ring .. it was a players .. so a big deal .. yeah. )) the ring might be a big deal ... but the lens isn't.. you gotta get super close for
and that's clearly not ideal. so what's the verdict ((i'm not spending 20bucks on it .. but i'm cheap... well there you go ... but thanks .. cause you helped us out big time .. thanks for stoppin by )) did you catch that .. he said good bye just like he does on the show. but now back to the product. rick didn't like it ...but i loved it. super cool. we got ours on amazon .. for 20 bucks. with try it before you buy it, i'm michelle mortensen. ((brian loftus)) if you have an item you'd like michelle to try... or if you have a consumer problem... give her a call on the tipline... 702-650-1907/// kirsten joyce > now let's turn it over to demetia. brian loftus how are the roads
instrumental in the battle for equality. ((kirsten joyce)) today we take you back to 19-63 and a piece of america's untold journey. narr 24 - the year is 1963 and protests have reached a fever pitch on st. augustine. vo narr - there needed to be a new front opened in the fight against segregation, and there was no better place to do leading this fight would be lincolnville dentist and robert hayling. fountains ,,, a dentist and ex-army officer, hayling became the first negro member of the florida state dental society. he joined the civil rights struggle after the dental group was denied meeting facilities at white hotels and restaurants because of his membership. last summer, dr. hayling and an associate were badly beaten by kkk members when they ventured too close to a klan rally. ironically, when the case was tried, hayling was convicted of assault on the klansmen. his appeal is now pending. vo narr 24 - inspired by the words of martin luther king, jr., hayling organized local youths and began sending them
on a hot july day in 1963, 14 year old samuel white, 15-year old audry nell edwards, 16 year old willie carl singleton and 16 year-old joeann anderson went up to the woolworth's lunch counter and tried to order a hamburger and a coke. they were arrested. and later sentenced to one year in reform school. this harsh sentencing of peaceful children drew local and national outrage. putting a new spot light on st. augustine's racial unrest. sot mlk - st. augustine, is merely a symbol of an expression. of the tragedies that engulf our whole nation in the area of race relations. barbara vickers 00:09:26 - the scariest night was when the klans and the others were down in the slave market. they had brought in a truckload of rocks and put it in the slave market so they would have to
special tomorrow night at nine./// brian loftus > now let's send things over to sherry swensk kirsten joyce sherry what's the forecast look like today?/// sherry swensk < another gorgeous start to the day with early light from our red rock camera this morning... and temps in the 40s around the valley. .................. today will be a beautiful spring day... even though we're in the middle of february! these days are more
if we hit 76 degrees that will be a new record high for us for this date. ..................... light winds and dry air will stay in place through saturday... then some winds kick up for sunday. breezy winds to 20 mph or higher could get in the way sunday if you're outdoors. especially if you're going to the lake or down along the colorado river. ............... work week... extra warm and mild... maybe a few high clouds on sunday. next week some clouds late in the week with a system which could help break down this warm wave for a day or two. but long range models show the again./// > < now to a check of traffic./// > demetria obilor < cones on southbound las vegas
you're working with one lane right now. avoid the cambridge and dumont intersection for a police investigation. the area is taped off. > < > back to you./// feeling a little anti- valentine's day... this may be the perfect thing ((brian loftus)) coming up at 6:00... where you can go do get rid of all your ex's stuff... to help out people in need. ((kirsten joyce)) > plus... santana was not impressed with the super bowl halftime show.. who he thinks should have really been rocking out on stage, instead.///
talking about an overnight barricade situation > brian loftus > plus... the armed protest in oregon is officially over.. what's next for the militia members who were taken into custody. kirsten joyce > and... skiing and snowboarding took over fenway park! the massive ramp athletes are zooming down.. in a first- of- its- kind competition./// < welcome to a brighter morning, this is 8 newsnow with kirsten joyce, sherry swensk, demetria obilor and brian loftus > kirsten joyce > good morning and thanks for joining us. i'm kirsten joyce. brian loftus and i'm brian loftus. metro police have been out all night long... at the scene of a barricade investigation. ((kirsten joyce)) michael stevens is live at d-i and maryland parkway with the latest. michael? about a half an hour ago or so we did hear the sound of flash bangs going off which could be a