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the politicians already pledging to work together... once he takes office in january. ((christianne klein)) and while much of the nation went for republicans... nevada favored democrats. we look into what that means for several different policies affecting locals. ((paul joncich)) a mostly clean sweep for states looking to legalize recreational marijuana... including our own. what tuesday's decision means for legalization on the federal level.///
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angeles... even republican leaning areas like nashville, tennessee in texas. thanks for joining us tonight at 6:30, i'm christianne klein. ((paul joncich)) >> and i'm paul joncich. despite these demonstrations from the people... as mary maloney reports... members of both parties are now hoping for a better shot at bipartisanship. hillary clinton/-d- presidential candidate: "this is not the outcome we wanted or we worked so hard for and i'm sorry thate values we share and the vision we hold for our country." with tears in her eyes and surrounded by supporters, hillary clinton publicly conceded the election. hillary clinton/-d- presidential candidate: "this loss hurts, but please never stop believing that fighting for what's right is worth it." one by one -- republicans congratulated their nominee for
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tweeting: barbara and i congratulate @realdonald trump, wish him well as he guides america forward as our next president. his family is in our prayers. while celebrating his win -- trump set a different tone than the rhetoric he used during his campaign. instead of conflict -- trump says he wants peace. donald trump/ president-elect: "it is time for us to come together as one united people." that sentiment echoed by president obama. who says he looks r obama presidency to a trump presidency. president obama: "everybody is sad when their side loses an election. the day after we have to remember we're all on the same team." i'm mary moloney reporting. ((paul joncich)) >> tomorrow -- donald trump is expected to meet with president obama at the white house./// ((christianne klein)) legislative control in nevada has gone to democrats. ((paul joncich)) >> now... republican governor brian
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to pass legislation. politics now co-hosts patrick walker and steve sebelius are here to look at the balance of power in carson city. ((patrick walker)) >> 8 months ago... democrats set off to take back the legislature. they accomplished that task last night -- let's take a look... but steve... this isn't new ground... we saw a similar make-up in carson city just a couple of years ago. - dems have enjoyed a rather
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the minority party with the republican governor inh what will they push this time around as the majority party? - as it appears now... the governor may have let a final opportunity to fund
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was that intentional? would a funding mechanism have a shot at all now? - they don't have a super majority... are there the aisle? - governor sandoval has veto power...
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((katie boer)) how about our beautiful fall nevada?! certainly not feeling like november... more like september as of late. our sky cameras showing clear skies across the region. .............. right now temps across the valley are in the low 80s and some upper 70s -- so very mild into the early evening. .............. today we climbed to 80-degrees...that's 10 degress above seasonal normal! normal
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............ we'll continue to see our sunny skies for the next couple of days.... strong high pressure will bring persistent mild and dry weather through the period. temperatures will average several degrees above normal. slightly cooler conditions with periods of high clouds can be expected over the weekend and into early next week. ............ tonight look for lows in the upper 50...so a little cooler--but still trending warmer than normaf of the year. tomorrow look for temps. in the upper 70s more sunshine. ............. your extended forecast shows temps finally dropping out of the low 80s into the upper 70s through friday. mid 70s through the weekendand into early next week. ((christianne klein)) a rash of burglaries has local cell phone stores on alert. ((paul joncich)) >> the leads police have to go on... as they try to catch their suspects before they strike
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watching the valley's news
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this is 8 news now at six-thirty. ((christianne klein)) police in mohave county are investigating... after finding a body in the desert. clothing and a bicycle were found nearby... but right now the body has not
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examiner will conduct an autopsy... and we'll keep you updated with any information we get in this case./// ((paul joncich)) a local father is facing charges... for the accidental shooting of his child last night. 31-year-old zachary cory faces one count of child abuse and neglect with bodily harm. the shooting happened at this home near las vegas boulevard.. and pecos road around eight last night. the 8-year-old child is in serious condition.. but is expected to survive./// ((christianne klein)) police need your help finding people in check out these surveillance pictures because you might recognize them. we're told the men target cell phone stores... sometimes alone... sometimes with up to three men taking part. they end up cutting security cables off the phones and run out of the store with them. the men were seen leaving the stores in a faded black chevrolet malibu... if you know anything call police or crimestoppers./// ((paul joncich)) nevadans will soon be
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without a medical marijuana card.. we look at the other states that passed similar laws yesterday... and how that could shape legislation at the federal level./// announcer: you're watching 8 news now at
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thanks for the ride around norfolk!
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geico is proud to have served the military for over 75 years! roger that. captain's waiting to give you a tour of the wisconsin now. could've parked a little bit closer... it's gonna be dark by the time i get there. geico. proudly serving the
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voters not only went to the polls for the presidential race... here in nevada they also voted
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marijuana. 54- percent of the votes were in favor of question two. legalalized weed officially goes into effect january first... with current medical marijuana dispensaries getting first crack at selling recreational marijuana../// ((paul joncich)) nevada wasn't the only state with recreational marijuana on the ballot. ((christianne klein)) >> voters in maine, massachusetts, and california also joined the list of 4 other states with similar laws. john blackstone is in san francisco with what those votes could mean for the entire country. celebrating at sparq needed a medical certificate to legally use marijuana. after midnight, with the passage of prop 64, recreational marijuana became legal in california. (erich pearson) i think we can expect to see the industry grow and thrive. erich pearson, ceo of sparc, says his organization provides medical marijuana to some 20,000 clients. but retail sales may not be permitted until january 2018. (erich pearson) q: it will be legal to possess, it will legal to grow, but you can't buy it.
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the approval of prop 64 launches the state on establishing a system for moving marijuana from the black market to the retail market. (gavin newsom nats) cheers and it's done. right? cheers. california will move forward to regulate and tax marijuana for adult use gavin newsom, california's lieutenant governor was a leading supporter. (gavin newsom) and ca has now sent that message powerfully to the rest of the nation. and that is a point of pride. e was a big night for those that believed that we have been on an incarceration binge for the last 40 years. those that believe that criminalizing people's behavior as it related to personal choice and drug use somehow is going to solve the problems. but under federal law marijuana remains illegal everywhere. zev yaroslavsky is with the ucla luskin school of public affairs. (zev yaroslavsky) people at the grassroots level at states across the country are saying nuts to that, and we're taking
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i think washington at some point is going to have to listen. ((christianne klein)) we wanted to know what you think... sarah says "it's about time they passed it here!" linda says "we can sure use the tax dollars instead of raising taxes now!" caryl's not so sure... saying "as if watching out for crazy drivers wasn't enough... now we have to watch out for stoned ones as well. you can sound off at six every night... js facebook page./// ((weather toss)) ((katie boer)) how about our beautiful fall november day here in southern nevada?! certainly not feeling like november... more like september as of late. our sky cameras showing clear skies across the region. .............. right now temps across the valley are in the low 80s and some
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evening. .............. today we climbed to 80-degrees...that's 10 degress above seasonal normal! normal temps. for this time of the year is usually 70 degrees. ............ we'll continue to see our sunny skies for the next couple of days.... strong high pressure will bring persistent mild and dry weather through the period. several degrees above normal. slightly cooler conditions with periods of high clouds can be expected over the weekend and into early next week. ............ tonight look for lows in the upper 50...so a little cooler--but still trending warmer than normal for thid time of the year. tomorrow look for temps.
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............. your extended forecast shows temps finally dropping out of the low 80s into the upper 70s through friday. mid 70s through the weekendand into early next week. ((weather toss)) ((paul joncich))
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the los angeles county department of child and family services cleared the actor after investigating a verbal and physical abuse incident. according to t-m-z... the incident happened on a private jet back in september - while pitt was intoxicated. days later, angelina jolie filed for divorce from pitt. for now, she has custody of their six children./// ((christianne klein)) one of the big 3 carmakers... slashing jobs. up next on the valley's news leader... what make's g-m's announcement so significant./// announcer: y
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the recession... general motors is once again making some layoffs. the car- maker plans to cut two- thousand factory jobs in january... it's the first layoffs for the company in six years. plants int ohio and michigan will be affected... they make the chevrolet cruze, camaro...
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most small car models have seen slumping sales in recent years thanks to low gas prices./// ((christianne klein)) walgreens is wanting to recoup some money from a failed investment. the retailer is suing 'theranos' for 140- million dollars. the once- hopeful blood- testing start- up was supposed to offer cheaper, more efficient alternatives to traditional blood tests... but a scathing report in the wall street journal called out the company's testing methods. they've since been banned from owning or operating a lab for testing at its stores./// ((paul joncich)) finally tonight... the election is over... and we're finding out some creative ways people got through what was for some, a tension filled night. puppies! newsroom employees are notorious for working long hours on election nights... and in philadelphia... one newsroom invited these pooches into their work spaces. the pennsylvania s-p-c-a took the pups to the newsroom... after first taking them to the polls to help de-stress voters.
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they brought the work in the newsroom to a complete stop!/// ((christianne klein)) thanks for watching 8 news now at 6:30. we're always on at las vegas now dot com and our app ... along with facebook and twitter. >> be sure to watch 8 news now at 11...
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from washington, d.c., this is the "jeopardy!" teen tournament. here are today's contestants -- a senior from germantown, tennessee... a junior from darien, connecticut... and a sophomore from wilmington, delaware... and now from dar constitution hall,
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ex trebek! [ cheers and applause ] thank you, johnny gilbert. whoa. thank you, ladies and gentlemen, for that warm welcome. isn't this great? twice in one year and i'm back at my favorite venue for "jeopardy!" remotes -- constitution hall, here in the heart of our nation's capital, washington, d.c. you people are going to enjoy the next two weeks. you're gonna be watching 15 very bright students as they compete for $100,000 in cash. this is the first of our quarter-final games let's put you to work right now in the jeopardy! round. and here are your first categories. starting off with... yeah, baby. but which war? lily, start us.

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