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and the father of the suspect says he tried to warn police. what had him talking to the f-b-i years before his son is accused of setting off bombs in the city. ((paul joncich)) the candidates have agreed to a debate. when catherine cortez masto and joe heck will take the stage... to give voters an idea of what they stand for... outside of the political ads bombarding flooding the airwaves. ((christianne klein)) it round the world! the reason angelina jolie decided to call it quits... after more than a decade with brad pitt.///
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additional suspect is inside a complex down the road behind me...and they're working on trying to get that person to come out peacefully. investigators tell us this all started earlier this afternoon when they were responding to a call about a strong-armed robbery at a convenience store on the 5300 block of south fort apache. a suspect was located at a complex along this area... metro the apartment, the suspect then led police on a short foot pursuit but then was taken into custody without incident. but again, a second individual still believed to be inside so that's why additional resources have been called in.... including swat and negotiators. i can tell you a lot of people are gathering at this gas station over here at russell crossings... as access to the homes along this
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updated on the situation and will have more tonight at 11. reporting live, brittany edney, 8 news now. ((christianne klein)) those explosions that rocked new york city and new jersey over the weekend... are being investigated as an act of terror. ((paul joncich) alive... after a shootout with police... and now we're learning his father reached out to the f-b-i in the past. ((christianne klein)) >> brook silva-braga has the latest on the investigation from new jersey. new details reveal the father of bombing suspect ahmad khan rahami called his son a terrorist in 2014. (sot) man: i called the fbi two years ago. reporter calls out: and what did you tell them? man: i told them you got a connection with this guy. (track 2)
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comment after rahami was arrested in 2014 for stabbing his brother in the leg at the family's home in elizabeth, new jersey. but the father told agents he had been angry and didn't mean it. (bridge brook silva-braga/cbs news, elizabeth, nj) sources tell cbs news they recovered from rahami a handwritten note and a notebook with a bullet hole in it. the notebook included references to osama bin laden and a radical american cleric. rahami is a u-s citizen from afghanistan. he traveled to afghanistan at least three times recently perhaps as lates david yanvary was a neighbor who knew rahami as a nice quiet kid. (sot bsb) how do you make sense of this? (sot david yanvary/former neighbor) i don't. i don't. i can't only thing i can say is he left this country to go over there maybe he met some people there who talked bad about our country. rahami is suspected in the manhattan bombing saturday that injured 29 people and a pipe bomb explosion at the jersey shore. police say he left behind evidence tying him to the crimes. he was captured after a man found him sleeping in the
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hospital from gunshot wounds and is being held on more than $5 million dollars bail. brook silva-braga, for cbs news, elizabeth, new jersey. ((christianne klein)) >> rahami is charged with five counts of attempted murder of police officers in the shootout that led to his capture./// ((paul joncich)) president obama was in new york city today... delivering his final address to the united nations general assembly. he touched on many topics... including cycles of conflict across the globe: (( human beings have believed that they finally arrived at a period of enlightenment only to repeat, then, cycles of conflict and suffering. perhaps that's our fate. we have to remember that the choices of individual human beings led to repeated world war. but we also have to remember that the choices of individual human
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like that would never happen again." )) ((paul joncich)) >> president obama also talked about the syrian refugee crisis... saying the u-s will resettle 110- thousand refugees in the coming year./// ((tedd florendo)) now: clouds assocaited with enveloped the region. rain chances are not in the forecast for tonight, but we could start seeing some drops move in for southern zones overnight. temps stay warm today but we'll have a warm evening with the clouds around. winds stay light for
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tonight: clouds from paine will stick around through tonight and all of tomorrow. temps overnight due to cloud cover could keep us in the high 70's and close to 80 by morning. rain chances stay south of i-15 shooting... has one family looking for answers. ((paul joncich)) >> why they believe an officer should be charged... after their loved one was shot and killed during a traffic stop.///
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christianne klein and tedd florendo. this is 8 news now at six-thirty. ((christianne klein)) long- time hollywood 'it couple' brad pitt and angelina jolie... have called it quits. danielle nottingham has the latest on the news that set social media on fire today. angelina jolie and brad pitt jolie's attorney confirmed the actress has filed for divorce. (gfx) according to papers filed monday with the los angeles superior court, the actress cited irreconcilable differences. she is asking for physical custody of the couple's 6 children and she wants to limit pitt to visitationnot joint physical custody. (gfx) according to the entertainment website tmz, the actress' decision to file for
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children ... she was extremely upset with his methods." the couple adopted three children and have three of their own. (standup bridge: danielle nottingham/cbs news/los angeles) jolie's attorney released a statement saying that the decision was made for the health of the family. (gfx) in a statement to people magazine, pitt says, "i am very saddened by this, but what matters most is the wellbeing of our kids." ((sot belloni)) "the fact that you had two people who not only recognized the power of their notoriety but notoriety for causes they believe in... see how they do it separately." jolie and pitt married in 2014 in a private ceremony in france. the couple had been together since 2004 after co-starring in the film, "mr. and mrs. smith." the two recently starred in the box office dud "by the sea," playing a glamourous couple in a rocky marriage vacationing in france. danielle nottingham, cbs news, los angeles. ((christianne klein)) jolie is not asking for spousal support.
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jolie. ((paul joncich)) let's hope you don't have terrible taste in music... because it could cost you a date! ((christianne klein)) >> tinder is teaming up with spotify... to add music to your profile. the online dating app... where users swipe left on someone's picture if they aren't attracted to them... or swipe right if they're a match... now allows users to add songs to their profile. ((paul joncich)) >> that will let users search for dates by finding people with similiar interests in music. the app calls the new addition 'tinder anthems'... and is already ((christianne klein)) the stage is almost set... for a debate between joe heck and catherine cortez masto. the latest details... as nevadans decide who will be the one to fill harry reid's senate seat./// announcer: you're
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woman: here in nevada, those were the worst days of our lives, and congressman heck called it "a blip." narrator: in 2008, joe heck called nevada's housing crisis "a blip on the radar." that's just how out of touch joe heck is. narrator: after heck sponsored a bill giving tax breaks to big banks, he took over $500,000 from wall street-- including banks who caused the housing crisis. it's clear what joe heck's priorities are, and families like mine get left behind. narrator: afscme people is responsible
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[ cellphone ringing ] it's just another scandal from danny tarkanian. tarkanian was the corporate lawyer for those with an elaborate scam that tricked hundreds of seniors into donating to fraudulent charities, totaling millions. and when a shady tarkanian deal went bust, he refused to pay back $17 million, sticking taxpayers with the bill.
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the family of an unarmed black man shot and killed by a white police officer in oklahoma is calling for criminal charges promised transparency and the police department released footage of the shooting yesterday. manuel borjorquez is in tulsa with the latest on the investigation. "this guy's still walking and following commands." video from a police chopper shows 40 year old terence crutcher walking toward his suv hands in the air as officers surrounded him friday night. they were responding to 911 calls about an abandoned vehicle.
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(dispatch) and there's nobody around it? (caller) there was a guy running from it. he, somebody was going to blow up. i think he's smoking something. (laughs) it's difficult to see exactly what happened as crutcher approached the driver's side window of his suv but police say he was not cooperating. (chopper audio) "that looks like a bad dude too - could be on something." you can see him suddenly drop to the ground. (nat/sot) "i think he may have just been tasered." police confirm he was tasered. then... six seconds after he fell: (sot) "shots fired!" shot and killed by officer betty shelby. she is now on paid administrative leave. (sot: scott wood/officer shelby's attorney) she is giving him repeated commands, stop, stay where you are. get down on your knees, and he ignores all those commands. (sot: tiffany crutcher/victim's sister) "comply? what do you mean, he had his hands up." crutcher's twin sister says he was stereotyped because he's a black man. (sot: tiffany crutcher/victim's sister) ) i'm demanding that charges be
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there have already been some protests - and police are promising a thorough investigation. (sot: chief chuck jordan/tulsa, ok police dept) "i'm going to tell you right here and now, there was no gun on the suspect or in the suspect's vehicle." manuel borjorquez/cbs news/tulsa, ok) "crutcher's family believes this case represents a systemic problem with police use of excessive force. a few dozen people gathered here at the county courthouse yesterday for a peaceful demonstration. manuel borjorquez, cbs news, tulsa, oklahoma." ((christianne klein)) has opened up a civil rights investigation over allegations of excessive force./// ((paul joncich)) on the campaign trail today... terrorism and national security remain top of mind for both hillary clinton and donald trump. donald trump says immigration security is national security and he addressed the bombings in new york and new jersey at a rally in north carolina today. trump scheduled two events in north carolina - a state that could decide the winner on november 8th. hillary clinton has called trumps words a terrorist recruitment tool.
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but held a conference call with national security advisors about the recent bombings and efforts to disrupt terrorist recruiting online. both candidates continue to prepare for their first debate... which is set for monday night./// ((paul joncich)) speaking of debates... channel 8 is partnering with univision... to host a debate with senate candidates catherine cortez masto and joe heck. both camps have now agreed on a date... which is set for friday october 14-th. the debate will be broadcast in northern nevada as well. milln into this race... as both candidate hope to replace retiring democratic senator harry reid./// ((paul joncich)) and we're your local election headquarters keeping you updated on all things politics on air and online at las vegas now dot com./// ((weather toss)) tedd florendo ((( it's been a cloudy and
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day in the valley with showers mainly staying east of the region. temps have stayed on the cool side with highs only in the 80's today thanks to all the cloud cover through the morning and aftoo slightly breezy today and big winds in the forecast for thursday. ................................ ... ... temps have been mostly in the 80's throughout the region and definitely below average for this time of year. mid 80's for the east
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afternoon and really not touching into the 90's this time around. we're supposed to be around 92 this time of year and it looks like we won't even reach that. not as warm for those areas on the west side of town where we're higher in elevation. 80's still but below average again canyon today ................................ ... ................ regional temps also stayed warm but below average as well. not expecting to reach into the 90's today, but there were some areas around the region that hit 90's especially in death valley. warm there and laughlin again as
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colorado river stayed warm but still plenty of clouds around,. ................................ ... .................. looking at the radar the bulk of the rain stayed east and south which is why we only put a 30% chance for our region yesterday. some areas to the east actually picked up .04 to .20 of an inch near kingman earlier today. .... ............................... ................... futurecast shows the rain chances probably not likely happening here this evening as the rain stays east again this evening. then expect a lull in any inanse xt st ming in off the ast will increase our chances ain by afternoon a ursday m.thed storms is also inhfecastr that . . ................hers the fore ernight.nds ay a little breezy mes, te may stay warm due the what's that sound? coming up on the valley's news leader... the strange noise some owners of the new iphone are hearing... and why it's likely no cause for panic./// announcer: you're watching 8 news now at
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banking committee today... to face criticism over the company's practice of creating fake accounts to boost its bottom line. senator elizabeth warren had some sharp words for the c-e-o. (( sen. elizabeth warren: you know here's what really gets me about this mr. stumpf, if one of your tellers took a handful of $20 bills out of the cash drawer they'd probably be looking at criminal charges for theft. they could end up in prison. but you squeezed your employees to the breaking point so they would cheat customers and you stock and put hundreds of millions of dollars in your own pocket. "you should resign. you should give back the money you took while this scam was going on and you should be criminally investigated." )) ((paul joncich)) >> 53- hundred employees were fired for creating the fake accounts...
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pressured employees to meet unrealistic sales goals. warren is a vocal critic of big banks... and demanded both the department of justice and s-e-c criminally investigate stumpf for his quote - "gutless leadership."/// ((christianne klein)) if you fill your tank with premium gasoline... you're likely wasting money. that's according to a new triple- a report... which claims americans wasted more than two- billion- dollars last year by choosing premium fuel over regular. only high performance and luxury vehicles need premium. using premium in cars that only make your car run better, nor will it have better fuel economy... or have lower emissions./// ((christianne klein)) the debate rages on... on our 8 news now facebook page... as viewers "sound off at six." robert simply says " i'm all electric. i don't waste any money on gas." amanda says "each car has a manual and in there it tells you which kind of gas to run in your car. mine requires mid- grade or better. i can tell when it is below 90. it even sounds funny!" you can sound off at six everyday... by going to our 8 news now
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((christianne klein)) the iphone 7 isn't even a week old... but there's already an issue some users are experiencing. it has to do with a hissing sound coming from apple's latest device. it's believed the noise is coming from a processor inside... and only occurs when it's running intensive operations. apple has yet to comment on the issue... and it's not exactly clear just how widespread it is just yet./// ((christianne klein)) thanks for watching 8 news now at 6:30. ((paul joncich)) tonight at 11... tonight at 11... have a good night./// have a good night./// what kind of person would misuse the topic of rape in a political campaign? joe heck, that's who. the truth is, as attorney general, catherine cortez masto led the fight against crimes
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worked with republicans and democrats to make sure rape kits were administered for victims. but in washington, congressman joe heck voted against funding for rape kits. joe heck. lying about rape. part of the problem in washington. i'm catherine cortez masto
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please welcome today's contestants -- a patent attorney from tuckahoe, new york... a tequila tour manager from houston, texas... and our returning champion, a phd candidate from chicago, illinois...
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and now here is the host of "jeopardy!" -- alex trebek! thanks, johnny. [ cheers and applause ] thank you, ladies and gentlemen. big day for seth. yesterday, if you were watching, you saw him get off to a great start. then the other challenger, dorcas, overtook him, but the final worked in seth's favor. so he's the defending champion today against rachel and bryan. let's see how it works out. good luck, here we go. now the categories... we start off today with... followed by... ...but don't. we'll have a... ...for you. we'll take you... and you'll be... seth, start us, please.


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