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you won't be allowed to express it on social media....at least not a picture of you actually voting. another aspect you'll want to be mindful of is what you wear. clothing or accessories in support of or against a candidate...ballot measure or political party is not allowed. that falls under the category of electioneering... and according to county rules....election eering is not allowed within a 100 feet to the entrance of a polling place. however...you can get by this rule....if you are "reasonably unable to electioneering on election day includes distributing flyers....posting signs...asking for signatures or using a loudspeaker. ((nia wong)) >> these are just a few of the things to remember when polls open tomorrow morning at 7. polls also close at 7 at night. brian. ((brian loftus)) >> if voters do end up
wong)) >> it depends what exactly they do...but they range from gross misdemeanors to felonies. back to you. ((brian loftus)) with one just one day left before people hit the polls... the presidential candiates are making thier final race through the country. donald trump visited reno on saturday.. and hillary clinton was here on wednesday. chose to make today's last minute pitches: it is the final day of campaigning and hillary clinton is bringing out some big names. we're on a good track the president and first lady will join clinton and her family in philadelphia today. donald trump will hold a rally in scranton as pennsylvania remains in the campaign crosshairs. nats of opening bell the dow surged more than 200 points during opening bell this morning... following fbi director james
not recommend charges related to clinton's use of a private email server after its review of newly discovered emails. (robby mook/clinton campaign manager) we're grateful this matter is resolved now. we found it very puzzling as you know when director comey brought this up a week ago. donald trump raged against the fbi's decision. (donald trump) what's happening with our "justice" is a disgrace and our country is a laughing stock. all over the world they're laughing. visit five critical states today, beginning in florida, where the latest cbs news battleground tracker poll shows the candidates in a dead heat, each with 45 percent of the vote. (jamie yuccas/new york) trump plans to continue his sprint through the battleground states even as voters are at the polls on tuesday. then both candidates will be back here at their new york headquarters as the results roll in overall, the general election match up nationally shows clinton with a four point lead - 45 percent to
((brian loftus)) it's not just the presidential candidates on a breakneck schedule - the vp candidates are also criss- crossing the country./// ((brian loftus)) the department of justice says they are sending election monitors to 28 states.. including nevada. more than 500 poll watchers are being sent to 67 different jurisdictions.. including mineral and washoe counties. their goal....to enforce federal voting rights laws that protect access to ballots. this also comes says he has deployed poll watchers to prevent fraud./// ((brian loftus)) we are your local election headquarters.. and be sure to tune into us tomorrow on air and online for election day. cbs news will be covering the national races... and we will have updates on the local races every 30 minutes... and a one hour wrap special at 11 o'clock./// ((brian loftus)) a las vegas mother charged in the death of her two-year-old daughter is being held without bail. 23-year-old diana eldridge made her first court appearance today.
suffered from medical and environmental neglect for an extended period before her death. according to a police report released today... eldridge and her children lived in their apartment since may... and in that short amount of time the apartment became nearly unlivable. eldridge also had two other children.. and is also facing neglect charges for their treatment. her next court appearance is scheduled for january./// ((brian loftus)) the first ever female u-s attorney general... janet reno... died this morning... according to her family. she had been battling parkinso years. she passed away at her home in miami at the age of 78. reno served under president bill clinton from 19-93 to 2001. she was in office when the crisis at the waco compound took place.. and took full responsiblity for the raid. she was also recognized for enforcing civil rights aren efforts to regulate violence on t-v./// ((brian loftus)) a sharp earthquake struck central oklahoma sunday... causing walls and ceilings to collapse. the quake registered at 5 point 0...
rubble surrounding buildings downtown. there are no reports of any injuries... but it is estimated that 40 or 50 buildings had heavy damage. cushing is one of the world's key oil hubs.. but no damage was reported to them. it was the third earthquake with a magnitude five or higher in oklahoma this year./// ((brian loftus)) and our beautiful fall weather continues this year... and waiting in those election lines shouldn't be too bad. sherry is here with your week... ((sherry swensk)) great sunshine... with light winds and staying warm and dry. ........... a great first weekend of november and loved the extra hour of sleep, too. temps are warminig into the 70s right now.... with some high clouds from earlier this morning now sliding east of southern nevada skies. .........
another day of dry weather with some high clouds around. ............ highs still up around 80 degrees for the beginning of the week... and only a little cooler by veterans day on friday. mid 70s for the weekend are still above normal./// patients with neck and head tumors now have more options. we will introduce you to the revoluntionary robotic device that is helping to save lives... next on 8 news now, the valley's news leader. ((you're watching the valley's news leader with
25-thousand americans diagnosed every year. for the first time in the united states, a revolutionary robotic snake is giving surgeons a minimally invasive way to perform delicate, life-saving procedures. martie salt has more. juli padasak in: :00 out: :03 "we tore down every wall. we pulled up every floor." (:03) vo/ narra tion. mike yetzer and his girlfriend juli padasak (pah-dah-sack) were in the middle of flipping an old house last summer when turn. surgery for throat cancer three years ago left his voice weak, but suddenly, he couldn't breathe. cg mike yetzer in: :19 out: :29 "my options at this point, were to cut my throat, or a trach, which i wasn't excited about." (:10) cg juli padasak mike's girlfriend in: :30 out: :33 "it was scary. we had a lot of episodes of choking." (:03) vo/ narra tion. doctors say a non-cancerous growth was blocking about 30 percent ofmike's airway. head and neck surgeon and robotic specialist doctor umam (
thought mike would be a perfect candidate for a new flexible robotic probe. cg umamaheswar duvvuri, md otolaryngologist upmc in: :47 out: :57 "humans aren't a straight line. our mouth isn't directly connected to the back of our throat, our voice box, our larynx, our esophagus." (:10) vo/ narra tion. surgeons insert the robot into the patient's mouth. moving like a snake, it can navigate almost 180 degrees. umanaheswar duvvuri, md in: 1:04 out: 1:14 "by using a computerized console, which is connected to the system, we can drive this camera through the mouth and intoi anatomy." (:10) vo/ narra tion. doctors deploy tiny surgical instruments to remove tumors. patients are released after a short stay. mike said he felt fine just a few days after surgery. mike yetzer in: 1:25 out: 1:28 "they called me to work, so i went." (:03) vo/ narra tion. happy to be back on his feet and getting stronger every day. i'm martie salt, reporting. ((brian loftus)) mike says his doctors tell him he should regain most of his voice, but it has been slow.
flexible robot at the end of 2015. so far, the advanced robotic system is only cleared for use in head and neck surgeries although doctors say it could be useful in cardiac cases, among other things./// ((brian loftus)) and we could be breaking the 80 degree again this week..... sherry has the details next in your most accurate weather forecast... ((you're watching 8 news now at noon.))
me. ............ temps in the 70s now around the valley and eventually up around 80 in most neighborhoods. ...... the air is staying dry with humidity readings in the 20 percent range... with light winds. ............ no real changes for the week either so i hope you enjoy cool mornings and warm afternoons. ........... the sunrise now just after 6 a.m. and the sun slips behind the mountains by 4:30 p.m. days feel extra short now and the longer nights will
with all of the shenanigans danny tarkanian's pulled in nevada -- helping set up fake charities used to scam nevada seniors, failing to pay thousands in property taxes, losing $17 million in a failed development scheme, imagine
the shenanigans tarkanian would pull in washington. it's why we can't afford tarkanian in congress, ever.
((brian loftus)) news now at four...a california mom finds an unpleasant surprise in her kid's school lunch the hazardous substance her 10 year old son almost drank.. and what that mother is now demanding from the school district./// ((brian loftus)) the simpsons animated series is about to break several longetivity records. fox recently renewed the show for it's 29-th and 30-th season. that is unprecedented. it also means homer and family will reach their 669-th episode.
by gunsmoke. the simpsons started in 19-89. executive producer al jean says the team's new motto is quote - "on to sixty." /// ((brian loftus)) there were mixed thoughts on the show continuing on our 8 news now face book page. mike said: hopefully it will be funny again. stopped funny around 2005 brittney said: if people are still enjoying the show and watching then why cancel? who's to say how long a show should stay on if there is a demand and people like it, then keep going. you can leave your thoughts on our facebook page as well./// that's all for 8 news now live at noon.. the valley's news leader. remember that 8 news now is always available at las vegas now dot com, facebook and
narrator: the target... seniors. danny
tarkanian set up thirteen fake charities that preyed on vulnerable seniors... fronts for telemarketing schemes. seniors lost millions from the scams danny tarkanian helped set up. jacky rosen has always led with integrity. in congress, jacky rosen will protect seniors and strengthen social security. and jacky rosen will always be
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