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donald trump are making one last push for votes a day before the presidential election. donald trump rallied voters in sarasota, florida, urging them to cast their ballot for him. (donald trump/( "if we win, the corrupt politicians and their donors lose. if they win, the american people lose." trump is barnstorming through five states in the home stretch including four battleground state - north carolina, pennsylvania, new hampshire and michigan. (clinton rally) hillary clinton is hitting three states, making two stops in pennsylvania. she started the day in pittsburgh. (hillary clinton/(d) presidential nominee) "vote for yourself, vote for your family, vote for the issues
the ballot." (brook silva-braga/cbs news/philadelphia) some big names will join clinton and her family on stage at a rally here at independence hall in philadelphia. president obama and the first lady will make an appearance along with bon jovi and bruce springsteen. (stacey fitzsimmons/ pennsylvania voter) "i'm just thrilled at the thought of a woman in the white house." (jose rivera/philadelphia voter) "i just hope she makes it better, and i have faith in her." while clinton has strong support in cities like philadelphia, trump is winning over voters in suburbs like newtown, pennsylvania. (herb marder/pennsylvania voter) (nadine simantov /pennsylvania voter) brook: "this is a democratic area where you feel republicans are trying to make inroads ." nadine: "yes, everywhere you go, sign after sign after sign." (hellen seidel/pennsylvania voter) "you see a lot of donald trump signs all over in this area, but i don't think that represents the people here, i think someone is just very good at putting out signs." the latest cbs news poll shows clinton leading trump by 4 points nationally. brook silva-braga, for cbs news, philadelphia./// ((brook silva-braga)) back here in philadelphia...
is sending election monitors to 28 states.. including nevada. more than 500 poll watchers are being sent to 67 different jurisdictions.. including mineral and was their goal....to enforce federal voting rights laws that protect access to ballots. this also comes as donald trump says he has deployed poll watchers to prevent fraud. here in the valley metro police say there is no credible threat facing the valley but they encourage the community to be vigilent if you see something to say something. (( without an issue we likely may not even go into the site, we're gonna come by the sites, see how things are going, if things are okay we may pause for a moment and stick around, we may get out of the cars and go inside but
officer posted up at every site- we don't feel it's necessary at this time )) ((paul joncich)) the polls are open tomorrow from 7 a-m to 7 p-m. 8 news now is your loca l election headquarters. for a complete list of voting locations head to our website at las vegas now dot com./// ((christianne klein)) we are learning disturbing details about a mother arrested for the murder of her daughter.. ((paul joncich the body of two year old jasmine sheffield last month at an apartment near maryland parkway and hacienda. as karen castro found out, there was a history of neglect at the child's home. karen? ((karen castro)) >> according to a police report, child protective services had investigated the family six times before the child's death... including five separate times this year alone. in fact, cps was at the victim's home less than a month before she died. the first report on record dates back to july of last year when
violence incident between the mother, diana eldridge, and her boyfriend. her boyfriend was arrested. little jasmine sheffield and her two siblings were not removed from the home... and the case was closed. this january, cps received a second report after eldridge attempted suicide. according to the department of family services, the allegations were found unsubstantiated. a few months later, social workers were back at the home after one of the children was found wandering around the ar without any action. a week later, eldridge was under investigation for reports of unsanitary living conditions. a social worker found eldridge asleep in her room where they also found marijuana and what appeared to be tattoo needles. a few days later, cps was at the apartment for a fifth time for the same reason. in both cases, the children remained at the home. then on september 30-th, cps was investigating eldridge for neglect. that case was under
died. a neighbor we spoke with says eldridge does not supervise her kids. ((jamajanee walker/neighbor: "she leaves her kids outside. they'll walk outside the house and then we'll just be walking around - i'm outside all the time and then we'll have her kids for like, hours and she won't even notice they're gone.")) ((karen castro)) according to the police report, the apartment was in a "disheveled and filthy state." the three children had signs of neglect. the report says little jasmine had a bad head lice infestation, an open foot wound, and a severe diaper rash. the toddler alos appeared to be dehydrated and ml >> eldridge appeared in court this morning. she has been charged with murder and two counts of child abuse. the 23-year-old mother is in custody without bail. meanwhile, the two surviving children were handed over to cps after the child's death. ((tedd florendo)) looks to be another warm day for the region as temps stay
extended. winds stay light and we stay dry again with low humiidityand dewpoint readings. plenty of sunshine will occur through the extended as well. ................................ ... ............... hour by hour through the night stays extra mild and cooler leader... jury selection has been delayed in the charleston church shooting trail. t that has put things on hold. ((christianne klein)) >> also a man is killed over the weekend in a tragic a-t-v crash. what the driver forgot to do that may have saved his life.///
three people were wounded. today in court, the judge said a motion from roof and his defense team required his immediate attention. the hearing involving that motion will be closed to the public. authorities say roof wanted to provoke a race war with the shooting. he faces 33-federal charges.. and could be sentenced to death if convicted./// ((paul joncich)) a man was killed in an a-t-v crash over the weekend. this happened yesterday afternoon near decatur and pecos. investigators beli trail when he lost control.. causing it to roll over several times. the driver was ejected and pronounced dead at the scene. a female passenger was also sent to the hospital but is expected to survive. authorities say the pair were not wearing helmets or seatbelts. police do not believe the driver was impaired./// ((paul joncich)) police beleve a deadly shooting may have stemmed from a drug related robbery. the shooting happened saturday inside a home near torrey pines and twian. officers found the 30 year old male victim dead from an apprent
for two people believed to be connected to the shooting. if you have any information you're asked to call crime stoppers./// ((paul joncich)) coming up on the valley's news leader we're learning new details about the capture of a confessed serial killer. ((if she had not been found alive, we wouldn't be sitting here having an interview right now. )) ((christianne klein)) >> the incredible rescue of one of the victims and how it helped authorietes track down the killer./// announcer: you're watching 8 news now at four. i'm catherine cortez masto. i know some people are so disgusted with politics they think their vote doesn't matter. but we can't just sit on the sidelines when so much needs to be done. i know
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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 responsible with your tax dollars. jacky rosen: i'm jacky rosen
((paul joncich)) authorities are searching the property of an alleged serial killer in rural south carolina today. todd kohlhepp (coal-ep) was re investigators discovered a woman chained on his property. ((christianne klein)) >> after his arrest, police say he confessed to killing four people more than a decade ago. he also led investigators to his property where he showed them where he said he buried two bodies. one grave was found yesterday. david begnaud reports from nearby spartanburg. todd kohlhepp was denied bond on sunday, as he appeared before a south carolina county judge and family members of the victims he allegedly killed 13 years ago to the day sat right behind him. (judge) "understanding
say at this time?" (kohlhepp) "not at this time, sir." investigators say the 45-year-old confessed to killing four people at a motorcycle shop in spartanburg county in 2003. one of them was the shop's owner, scott ponder. (melissa brackman/victim's widow) "i had made peace that it was phone call i was never going to get." ponder's then wife -- melissa brackman -- got that phone call on saturday it was a detective with news of her husband's alleged killer. she says kohlhepp was a disgruntled customer at her husband's store and credits 30-year-old kala w (melissa brackman) if she had not been found alive, we wouldn't be sitting here having an interview right now. kohlhepp was arrested last thursday investigators discovered brown chained like a dog inside a metal storage container on kohlhepp's rural south carolina property. they later found her boyfriend's remains in a shallow grave nearby. on saturday, kohlhepp took investigators to where he says two other bodies are buried, one of which has been found. wilton lawrence sold
(wilton lawrence/former property owner) "he wanted privacy. he didn't want neighbors, friends. he just wanted privacy." (david begnaud/cbs news, spartanburg, sc) 30 years ago, todd kohlhepp was convicted in arizona of kidnapping and raping a 14- year- old girl. now, he was 15 at the time. they sent him away to prison for more than ten years, when he got out he registered as a sex offender and moved here to south carolina and became a realtor. it's worth noting, he's been talking to investigators without an attorney. and yesterday a judge told him, you are facing the death penalty. david begnaud, cbs news, spartanburg, south carolina./// ((christine investigation has expanded to other properties kohlhepp owns or used to own both inside and outside south carolina. the fbi and homeland security are also involved./// ((paul joncich)) central oklahoma is picking up the pieces after an earthquake stuck on sunday. the quake registered at 5 point 0. it's impact was centered around the town of cushing. no reports of any injuries... but it is estimated that 40 or
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./// toss to weather toss to weather ((tedd florendo)) ((( warming up this week again and staying above average. expect days before changes late week. nearly 10 degrees above average and staying dry for a while. could see slightly cooler temps by veterans day and the weekend.
neighborhood by neighborhood temps in the 80's for many parts of the valley with the warmest temps over to the eastside of town in the mid 80's and westside foothills cooler as normal. some locals in the high 70's today and coolest up in the kyle canyon again but comfortable. ................................ ... ............ regional tem valley to laughlin warmest. comfortable but above average for mesquite and over to moapa. coolest up in the central great basin and even cooler up in elko and the north part of the state. ................................ ... ............ u.s. temps shows nearly 170 million people experiencing unseasonably warm temps from the pacific northwest through the midwest and over to the eastern seaboard. record numbers will be reached
northern california. ................................ ... ............ satellite and radar show clear skies and a strong ridge of high pressure will keep the conditions dry and unseasonably warm. we do expect some occasional clouds but otherwise no rain for a while. wind are also expected to stay light in the long terms as well. ................................ ... .................... tonight expect a low in the high 50's tonight and cool at times under clear skies. winds again not an issue highs back in the 80's with the record being 83 set back in 1950. tomorrow expect light winds also for tomorrow with sunny skies and some clouds at times as well. ................................ ... ................... neighborhood by neighborhood temps tomorrow in the 80's again for the eastside of town where they will be warmest in the valley. we'll be in the high 70's again for the westside of the valley and coolest. ................... ................ ................. extended forecast shows close to 80 for most of the week and nearly 10 degrees above normal for the first week of november. seeing some changes late week as we drop back to the 70's with a
took an escalator to announce his candidacy, campaign 2016 has escalated into laughs. from awkward air kissing to sniffing. nats - (sniff sniff sniff.) to coughing. (hillary clinton/ (d) presidential candidate) (hillary coughs) "everytime i think about trump i get allergic." the donald's not allergic to kids. he actually signed one, but threatened to re-assign another. (donald trump/ (r) presidential candidate) "don't worry about that baby. i love babies." a minute later. (donald trump/ (r) pri kidding, you can get the baby out of here." and then there was mini trump. (donald trump/ (r) presidential candidate) "do you want to go back to them or want to stay with donald trump?" ("trump.") a crowd pleasing answer til you realize mini trump parrots the last word he hears. (donald trump/ (r) presidential candidate) "what's your name?" ("name.") and then there was the child-like delight in balloons. nats hill and bill batted and kicked them. (jimmy kimmel/ host, "jimmy kimmel live!" "it seemed like he'd
"i mean look how delighted he is." the donald seemed delighted with his own pronunciation. (donald trump/ (r) presidential candidate) "nevaaaada. nobody says it the other way, it has to be nevaaaaada." (jeanne moos/ cnn national correspondent) "actually donald, wrong! this is right." nats - "ne vad da." at one rally- (donald trump/ (r) presidential candidate) "get this thing out of here will ya?" trump attacked his teleprompter. nats he publicly humiliated- (donald trump/ (r) presidential candidate) "like this stupid mic." his microphone. (donald trump/ (r) presidential candidate) "stupid mic keeps popping." remember whenll nat (barking) and then this happened at a trump rally: (donald trump/ (r) presidential candidate) "this is something... (sound.) what was that? was that a dog? (hillary) uh oh it's hillary." (jeanne moos/ cnn national correspondent) "when it comes to the insect vote, the donald attracts mosquitos." (donald trump/ (r) presidential candidate) "oh there was a mosquito. i don't want mosquitos around me." and hillary appeals to flies. (hillary clinton/ (d) presidential candidate) "any way he chooses." if only time would fly so we can get relief from the constant buzzing of the candidates. (donald trump/ (r) presidential candidate) "i don't like
((christianne klein)) metro police want's you to stay safe after a rash of auto/predestian death. to stay safe after a rash of to stay safe after a rash of auto/predestian death. ((paul joncich) news leader we take a look some of the deadliest stretches of road in the valley and why road safety is a two way street./// announcer: now, live...this is 8 news
as you make up your mind, remember -- congressman heck voted 10 times to defund planned parenthood. he even threatened to shut down the government over it. heck took all that
money from wall street and predatory payday lenders and voted their way. he even wanted to privatize social security, risking it on the stock market. congressman heck just doesn't care about people like us.
here's a startling are up 39-percent in metro's jurisdiction... that's compared to 20-15's year end numbers. ((christianne klein)) >> reporter brittany edney has more on this urgent public concern and how both drivers and pedestrians can help make our roads safer. ((brittany edney)) pedestrian deaths have increased drastically over the past few years in metro's jurisdiction. there was a 27-percent spike from 20-14 to 2015. and it's getting worse. 39 pedestrians have died so far
((tony ilia, ndot public information officer "our feeling is that pedestrian deaths have risen to epidemic levels. there are more pedestrian deaths each year in the state than there are from melanoma, brest cancer, hiv." ((brittany edney)) melanoma, brest cancer, hiv." ((brittany edney)) some of the danger zones you need to know about are flamingo and decatur which officials say has obstructed views and wide roads. lake mead blvd... from civic center drive to pecos... is also an area where walking is a risky business. michael rodriguez, metro pd " people just aren't using the roads properly, not using crosswalks, not crossing at appropriate spots or doing appropriate times. that may be also drivers who may be distracted, they're not paying attention.")) ((brittany edney)) then there's eastern avenue between sahara and owens which has seen 10 auto-pedestrian crashes since 20-15 ((tony ilia, ndot public information officer "it's a high volume area due to a lot of transit stops along that coridoor. the makeup of the blocks are a little bit longer than other parts of
and boulder highway also makes the list--- an example of how a roadway can become increasingly dangerous as area development builds up around it over time. ((tony ilia, ndot public information officer "so the character of boulder hwy, and that surrounding area changed dramatically even though it had the infrastructure to be a highway which is not exactly ammentiable to pedestrian traffic." ((christianne klein)) both n-dot and metro officials say safety is a two way street. for pedestrians. pedestrians must obey traffic signals, look both ways before crossing and avoid distractions./// ((christianne klein)) as the long and contentious 2016 presidential race barrels to a conclusion tomorrow.. there was an unexpected announcement from the fbi over the weekend on sunday f-b-i director james comey told congress the bureau hasn't changed its conclusion from july. in the letter, comey said his
thousands of emails that were to or from hillary clinton while she was secretary of state." they also discovered new emails while investigating former congressman anthony weiner for allegedly sending sexually explicit text messages to a minor. director comey notified congress of an investigation on october 28th and faced criticism for announcing the review less than two weeks before the election./// ((paul joncich)) the latest cbs news battleground tracker poll shows hillary clinton has a slight lead over donald trump in north carolina. and in thib deciding factor in the race for president. today the state naacp sent a letter to north carolina's governor asking for voting hours to be extended tomorrow. the letter cited recent flooding and anticipated long lines as reasons for the request. the group also praised a federal judge's order friday that three counties restore more than 4-thousand voter registrations challenged by republican political operatives. in one county, a disproportionate number of black voters had been challenged.
naacp) "four or five thousand votes can impact an election especially a close election" )) ((paul joncich)) federal observers from the department of justice will monitor voting in 5 north carolina counties on election day. if clinton wins the state, it will be only the second time democrats have captured north carolina since 1980. the first was president obama in 2008./// ((christianne klein)) one of the questions on the ballot getting a lot of attention is question 2...whether marijuana should be legal for recreational use. we are one of five states tomorrow. marijuana legalization bills are also on the ballot in california, massachusetts, maine, and arizona. in three other states-- voters will also decide whether it should be used for medical reasons. pot is still illegal under federal law... but state laws have relaxed over the years. according to a gallup poll released in august-- the number of adults who smoked weed has nearly doubled in three years. right now recreational marijuana is legal only in four states and
((christianne klein)) we asked our viewers to weigh in on the ballot question. janet l. henke is pro pot saying "i think the benefits for education will far outweigh the negative. that's just my opinion....take a look at colorado" mark logan suggested "good idea to legalize it .but maybe not to make the eatables look like candy ?" and clifford ryan is staying obtamisitc "if it doesn't pass this election it will in the next. it's just a matter of time before it will be "law of the land"; even at the federal level." >> don't forget in these final hours of the campaign trail 8 news no election headquarters both on air and online at las vegas now dot com./// ((tedd florendo)) looks to be another warm day for the region as temps stay nearly 10 degrees above average not just today but through the extended. winds stay light and we stay dry again with low humiidityand dewpoint readings. plenty of sunshine will
................................ ... ............... hour by hour through the night stays extra mild and cooler through the evening with clear skies and light winds. expecting 60's late night and by morning with more clear skies and unseasonably warm temps. ... ................................ ................... weather headlines say expect close to record highs and lows. temps stay nearly 10 degrees above average with no sign of rain in the extended. changes late week by veterans day and beyond. ((christianne klein)) former u-s attorney general janet reno passed away with parkinson's disease. family members say reno passed away at her home in miami. reno was the nation's first-ever female attorney general. she served under president bill clinton from 1993 to 2001. reno was 78./// ((paul)) coming up today on eight news now at four...a california mom finds an unpleasant surprise in her kid's school lunch (("that's the one my six-year-old daughter was drinking" )) ((christianne))
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. responsible with your tax dollars. jacky rosen: i'm jacky rosen
((christianne klein)) a california mom is demanding answeres after she found mold in her kids' school lunch. linda lujan says she discovered the mold inside a juice box when her two children had returned home on friday. one box had expired on the 4th, with lujan's son. the second box expired back on october 28th, six days before it was given to her children. luijan hopes to see the district's nutrition department investigated (((linda lujan, parent) "they could kill somebody...they could kill a child. and i know that the central coast cares about our kids." )) ((christianne klein)) the distributor of the juice, dean foods, released a statement. it says the sell-by date is a reliable guideline provided the juice has been stored properly.
with the school to figure out what happened. ((paul joncich)) tesla's free ride is coming to an end-- tesla is phasing out unlimited free use of its supercharger network for new customers-- and that potentially underminines one of the key selling points for buying tesla's electric cars. today the company announced customers who order a new tesla after january first... will get free charging credits that cover about a thousand miles per year. beyond that, these customers will have to pay a "small fee" to charge up-- but no dollar amount was provided./// a valley judge is criticized for her treatment of child in the courtroom. ((paul joncich)) >> coming up on the valley's news leader the i-team investigates if her actions were warranted or if they crossed the line. announcer: you're watching 8 news now at four.
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, then sticking taxpayers with the bill -- imagine the shenanigans tarkanian would pull in washington. it's why we can't afford tarkanian in congress, ever.
being criticized for the way she
treated a child in her court room after video of the exchange has surfaced. the i-team's vanessa murphy takes a closer look at why the child was placed in that situation - and whether the judge could face consequences for her behavior toward the child. ((crying from child )) ((vanessa murphy)) tears from a twelve year old family court judge rena hughes. the child's parents' - in a custody battle...and hughes makes the decision - the father would take the girl home. we've blurred the image of the child and removed any reference to her name to help protect her identity. ((girl cries: please! i don't want to go. judge: that's too bad, -------. this is based on mother's failure to facilitate visitation// and you decided, and your mom decided that you weren't gonna go. girl: no, - she didn't
the i-team obtained this footage - which does not reveal the full hearing.... when we tried to get the video in its entirety - a clark county district court spokeswoman told us the record was sealed on october 11th. this happened on june 5th. ((girl: please no....crying.....i want to be with my mama. please. i don't want to be with hi,. judge: i've made my decision. i've already told you that. girl: i beg of you. judge: you don't need to beg. i've made the decision for your best interest. my best interest? you don't know me. judge: because i told you, i'm a grownup and you're a child. girl: please, please, please, please, please...)) ((vanessa murphy/reporter: when you looked at the video, what did you think? rebecca nathanson/unlv: i was quite shocked by the video.)) ((vanessa murphy)) rebecca nathanson is an associate dean at u-n-l-v's boyd school of law. she runs a program to help
shocking to me that a judge would be talking or yelling at a child in that manner and also just not basically letting the child give their statement and their testimony to take under consideration.)) ((vanessa murphy)) the i-team reached out to judge hughes. we were told she could not comment on the case and were referred to the presiding judge - charles hoskin. he also said he could not comment on the case, he had not seen this video, and children don't typica these hearings. ((vanessa murphy/reporter: why did you bring your daughter with you? welthy silva/mother: because i was told by the court, in the court's letter that i needed to bring ----- to the court at 1:30.)) ((vanessa murphy)) welthy silva showed the i-team this document stating if she did not bring her daughter to court - jail for 25 days. we tried to confirm its authenticity - since again - the
confirm or deny authenticity. we also asked judge hoskin why there was no child advocate for the girl...he said that is not the norm for these hearings. ((vanessa: for a divorce, custody hearing, should there be a child advocate there? rebecca: i think that a child advocate or somebody that the child knows.)) ((vanessa murphy)) early on - judge hughes had asked the parents to leave... and later - said the mother would be est ((welthy silva/mother: i didn't want to leave her there alone.)) ((welthy: i had no choice, ya know, whether i wanted to or not.)) ((vanessa murphy)) the child's father and his attorney declined on camera interviews. silva says she's aware of this video...but it's just too painful to watch. ((mother: i cannot watch it, ya know, i'm her momma.)) ((rebecca: many people may find that video appalling. i agree. and that, at the same time, very, very important to give kids a voice. just do it in the right
judge hoskin says complaints can be made to judicial discipline, while judge rena hughes remains on the bench. vanessa murphy, 8 news now.// ((christianne klein)) both parents tell the i-team the child remains in the father's care - while the mother can have visits with the child./// ((tedd florendo)) > and staying above average. expect close to record highs for a few days before changes late week. nearly 10 degrees above average and staying dry for a while. could see slightly cooler temps by veterans day and the weekend. ................................ ... ............. neighborhood by neighborhood temps in the 80's for many parts
town in the mid 80's and westside foothills cooler as normal. some locals in the high 70's today and coolest up in the kyle canyon again but comfortable. ......... .......................... ............ regional temps also stayed extra mild today with temps from death valley to laughlin warmest. comfortable but above average for mesquite and over to moapa. coolest up in the central great basin and even cooler up in elko and the north part of the state. ............................ u.s. temps shows nearly 170 million people experiencing unseasonably warm temps from the pacific northwest through the midwest and over to the eastern seaboard. record numbers will be reached in seattle and boise for the next few days and even down to northern california. ................................ ... ............ satellite and radar show clear skies and a strong ridge of high pressure will keep the conditions dry and unseasonably warm. we do expect some occasional clouds but otherwise no rain for a while. wind are also expected to stay light in the long terms as well. ................................ ... .................... tonight expect a low in the high 50's tonight and cool at times under clear skies. winds again not an issue
record being 83 set back in 1950. tomorrow expect light winds also for tomorrow with sunny skies and some clouds at times as well. ................................ ... ................... neighborhood by neighborhood temps tomorrow in the 80's again for the eastside of town where they will be warmest in the valley. we'll be in the high 70's again for the westside of the valley and coolest. ................... ................ ................. extended forecast shows close to 80 for most of the week and nearly 10 degrees above normal for the first week of november. seeing some changes 70's with a trough approaching the west coast. we will not get any rain with that trough unfortunately, but it will knock our warm weather pattern back to the 70's..
cactus avenue closes down without notice and it's driving you crazy... but change is on the way... demetria obilor reached out the county and found out what's being done to fix the problem... (( )) demetria obilor: cactus, west of amigo street, has been driving locals crazy for quite some time now. the road would shut down and then it would open, all at the discretion of the private property owners developing homes in the area. the county has been working with the developers to keep the road open and maintain access, but the county couldn'eq open because the land doesn't fall within their jurisdiction yet. last week, i got some good news regarding this situation. the county says it was able to come to a resolution so the roadway could reopen after it completed some pavement repair work. the county is still working to acquire the rights to all of cactus, so it can fully improve the road between lv blvd. and maryland parkway with the goal of installing a signal at the cactus/bermuda intersection as soon as possible. hey! what's driving you crazy? send your traffic
dot com./// ((paul joncich)) remember the 15 year old who tried to run for white house under a ridiculous name? >> up next we take a look at how his run nearly put him behind bars.. civics has inspired him to run for office in the future. ((christianne klein)) >> hiring for the holidays: tonight at 5... we tell you who is planning to add more workers... and help you pocket some extra cash announcer: you're
in 19-89...winning emmys...inspiring theme parks...and countless yellow merchandise./// ((paul joncich)) back in augugst you ymay remember a boy from iowa who was running for president under the name "deez nuts". ((christianne klein)) he filled out the paperwork and at one point, was even polling around 7 percent in both minnesota and iowa. ((christianne klein)) last august during the primary season, then 15 year old brady olson of wallingford, iowa was fed up with t he says the choice to run almost put him on the wrong side of the law. the federal election commission sent out a letter calling for brady or deez nuts to withdraw from the race after he officially filed out all of the paperwork to become a candidate. ((paul joncich)) >> olson says, "they never asked what country he was from or how old he was and put's the blame on the commission. but he did withdraw, ending his bid for president. at 15 years old, he couldn't offically become president but brady says he'd like to run
my time as attorney general. the thing they left out is the truth. the truth is crime actually went down during my time in office. that's why i've been endorsed by law enforcement across nevada. i'm proud of my record cracking down on meth, protecting seniors from scams, and holding banks accountable for defrauding homeowners. i'm catherine
cortez masto. i approve this message because i've spent my career solving problems. isn't that what we need more of in washington? what you need to know.. we'd like that folks report anything of concern or if they feel threatened and what you need to watch for when you head to the polls tomorrow. ((dave courvoisier)) >> hundreds of thousands have voted already. we tell you what the early voting numbers indicate... michael mcdonald, nv gop chair: they kept a poll open until ten o'clock at night.
>> hiring for the holidays: and we're hiring 15% more than we hired last year. in preparation for this huge boost : we tell you who is hiring for those looking for extra cash... tedd florendo ((( near record temperatures have returned, but will last all the way through veterans day? we'll shows you what to expect coming up in your weathernow forecast