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between oregon protesters and authorities. what happened when rancher cliven bundy landed in the state... and how assemblywoman michelle fiore is getting involved. ((brian loftus)) > a federal lawsuit... against the clark county school district. the reason the parties suing c-c-s-d...say students were put at risk. ((kirsten joyce)) > evaluating your relationships... with netflix. the new survey showing you can use the web streaming service... to see if you two are getting serious./// < welcome to a brighter morning, this is 8 newsnow with kirsten joyce, sherry swensk, demetria obilor and brian loftus > (( reporter: michelle what are you hoping to do michelle fiore: i'm hoping just to get them off the refuge alive. that's what i want )) ((kirsten joyce)) > nevada assembly woman michelle fiore.. is in oregon this morning.. as tensions rise.. between the fbi.. and the group of people.. occupiying a federal wildlife refuge. good morning. i'm kirsten joyce. ((brian loftus)) and i'm brian loftus. f-b-i agents surrounded the malheur national wildlife refuge wednesday... as they continued negotiations
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they now say they may turn themselves in this morning. ((kirsten joyce)) as all this was going on.. nevada rancher cliven bundy decided to head to oregon. he was arrested.. after touching down in portland. ((brian loftus)) we have live team coverage.. on both the situation in oregon.. and bundy's arrest. let's first go to reporter andrew dymburt in burns. andrew dymburt on cam) this is as close to the refuge as we can get... behind me is an fbi checkpoint that was set up a couple of weeks ago. now the fbi says that all of this recent activity started on wednesday afternoon around 430 when one of the occupants decided to get on an atv heading towards this checkpoint, but then suddenly turned around at a high rate of speed... heading back into the refuge. (vo) as far as what we've seen, we noticed some white lights coming out of the refuge... which is really strange because usually it's pitch black around here. we also noticed an ambulance parked in the area for about 30 maybe 45 minutes before heading back into town. it did not go inside of the refuge. (on cam) there's also been a live audio stream of the four
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the holdouts have said continuously that they will not leave until all charges are dropped. i'm andrew dymburt, reporting in burns, oregon for cbs news. kirsten joyce > as we mentioned... cliven bundy traveled to oregon yesterday.. and was arrested.. right after his plane touched down. ((brian loftus)) 8 news now reporter michael stevens is in the newsroom.. michael... what have you learned about bundy's arrest? ((michael stevens)) brian and kirsten.. the f-b-i took bundy into custody right after his plane landed.. for a federal hold. the 74-year-old is currently being held in multnomah county jail.. and the f-b-i is temporarily witholding his booking photo. one passenger on his flight.. didn't realize who he was.. until the f-b-i showed up at the gate. ((jared green/passenger on bundy's flight: i saw the tall guy in cowboy hat talking on his phone about burns oregon and i figured maybe its a lawyer or something, i just put together its clive bundy.
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guys coming up to the plane, and i couldn't put together who it was until just a second ago)) ((michael stevens)) bundy's son ammon.. is the leader of the refuge standoff. he.. and his brother ryan were arrested at the end of january... when the f-b-i intercepted them.. driving to a community meeting. one of the occupiers died.. during that confrontation. cliven bundy was at the center of a 2014 armed standoff with federal authorities over grazing rights on government land. brian and kirsten? ((brian loftus)) michael.. you said bundy was arrested on a federal hold. but what charges is he facing? ((michael stevens)) brian.. the f-b-i won't say. right now.. we're waiting to see if it may be related the 2014 incident. his family still owes the federal government 1 million dollars in unpaid grazing fees./// ((brian loftus)) > nevada assemblywoman michelle fiore.. an outspoken supporter of the standoff.. traveled to oregon last night. in hopes of helping find a
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occupation. our sister station in portland caught up with her at the airport.. as she spoke to the occupiers on the phone. (( michelle fiore: listen to me i'm here, and i will not leave you guys in prison cell thats why i'm here this is what they're doing they are placing fear in you, this is what they want, don't let the government place fear in you )) ((brian loftus)) fiore says she just wants to get the occupiers off the refuge alive./// ((brian loftus)) > stay with 8 news now.. for every update on the standoff in oregon. ((kirsten joyce)) we will bring you the latest information.. on air.. and online at las vegas now dot com./// brian loftus > now let's get a look at your forecast. kirsten joyce sherry... how's the weather looking today? sherry swensk < clear and cool this morning, but not too cold. we hit those 70s yesterday, but no record high of 75.
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couple degrees. in fact, we've hit 73 for the last three days. ............ occasional high clouds have been slipping in and out of our skies... but we'll have plenty of sunshine today! .............. temps are in the cool 40s right now and close to 50 with dry air and calm winds. ............. more temps in the 70s again today so enjoy this break in our winter. >
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((brian loftus)) > metro police say a woman killed her longtime boyfriend with a shotgun... but she might not face charges. it happened last night near 215 and lone mountain. police say she told them she was the victim of a domestic violence situation... and had been hit. investigators are working to determine where the shotgun blast was fired from... and whether the man was shot in the back or the chest. those results could determine whether charges are filed./// ((kirsten joyce)) > we should find out more information today... on a lawsuit against the clark county school district... alleging it failed to protect students from a teacher with a history of sex abuse. it all stems from jeremiah mazo... he was first arrested in 2008 by
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allegedly molesting students. the case was dismissed because of a lack of evidence. c-c-s-d transferred him to hayden elementary. but last year... he was arrested again.. pleading guilty to lesser charges... sentenced to 60 years in prison. parents of alleged victims filed the suit... believing the district should have warned all parents of mazo's past... preventing inapproprate sex acts at school ccsd issued a statement saying they don't comment on pending litigation./// kirsten joyce > now let's turn it over to demetia. brian loftus how are the roads looking this morning. < demetria obilor >starting with a couple of crashes in the south part of town. there's a crash on the collector distributor road over 215 and one down along the northbound i-15 off-ramp to blue diamond.
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back to you. /// ((kirsten joyce)) > the presidential campaign is heating up... and all eyes are turning toward las vegas. ((brian loftus)) when you'll be able to see the democratic candidates ahead of our caucuses... and the latest candidates to drop out of the race. ((kirsten joyce)) keeping your ride comfortable! the new proposal...to make sure you have enough space when you fly. ((brian loftus)) construction at this intersection should have wrapped up last year, but the cones are sticking around. demetria found
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this morning... valentine's day is typically for couples, but one fast food chain wants people who aren't in relationships to feel special too. dairy queen is releasing a "singles blizzard treat"... it's got salted caramel truffles, peanut butter cups, and peanut butter topping... over ice cream./// ((demetria obilor)) > and if you're in a new relationship... netflix is a way to tell if things are getting serious... according to a new survey... the website says over half of people said sharing an account with their partners felt like a big step toward that serious relationship. and people also said that netflix helps them build their relationships... by bonding with their partners while watching shows. and nearly a third said show compatibility was important in a relationship.///
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and the trend is continuing as we roll into normally a chilly holiday weekend for everyone and a big ski weekend for the west! ............. temps right now around the valley are falling into the 40s with light winds. .................. warmer than normal temps will make for spring skiing rather than cold winter skiing a lot of resorts in the west... while the east stays really cold. ............ high pressure is still in place but some high level moisture is spilling over the ridge into nevada and california. even some light showers up into northern california while cold air plunges into the east and more on the way this weekend. ..........
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us through the weekend and into next week! > back to you./// > ((kirsten joyce)) > presidential hopefuls hillary clinton and bernie sanders will be facing off in their sixth democratic debate tonight in milwaukee. this comes just two days after the vermont senator beat the
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new hampshire primary. ((kirsten joyce)) > bernie sanders will be in nevada this weekend... he'll be campaigning at the university of nevada, reno on saturday morning. the forum will touch on immigration and issues specific to the west.. like public land and water rights./// ((kirsten joyce)) > and next week... sanders and clinton will both be here in las vegas. the two will take part in a town hall event on thursday... just two days before the nevada caucus. no word yet on where the event will be... but the candidates are expected to discuss issues affecting both nevada and the latino community. the republican caucus will happen a few days after... on february 23-rd./// ((brian loftus)) > a smaller gop field, including new hampshire winner donald trump, will participate in a debate this weekend ahead of the next critical primary in south carolina. two presidential hopefuls dropped out of the race yesterday... carly fiorina and chris christie stepped down. fiorina announced her decision on facebook... after finishing seventh in the new hampshire primary. christie finished sixth in the primary./// ((brian loftus))
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we are your local election headquarters throughout the season... on air and online./// brian loftus > let's get a check of your commute. kirsten joyce demetria... how are things looking? < demetria obilor today, crews will start utility work on jones and tropicana. this will include digging into the ground, which requires lane closures. work is taking place overnight. cones should not be up when work is taking place.
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< > back to you. /// ((brian loftus)) > airline ticket prices are finally going down. ((kirsten joyce)) why passengers are paying less when they fly. ((brian loftus)) some people think starbucks coffee is pricey... the new coffee shop that tops
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((brian loftus)) > passengers are paying less for flights... ((kirsten joyce)) there's a new
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that's charging big bucks for a cup of joe. jill wagner joins us live from wall street. good morning jill. q: and jill -- we love our cofefe in the morning... but... would you spend 15 bucks for a cup? we hear they're doing just that in san francisco? good morning brian and kirsten! another rough start for stock markets across the globe... asian markets took a tumble on concern about the slowing global economy. on wall street yesterday a mixed finish. the dow fell 100 points. the nasdaq was up 15.// for months we've been reporting on airlines... making record profits as their fuel costs drop. and now... finally those savings are trickling down to passengers. the department of transportation says domestic airfares are at their lowest point since 2010... the average round-trip fare is 372 dollars.// and here's a plan to make sure airlines don't squeeze anymore people into coach! a tennessee congressman introduced a bill that would ask the f-a-a to put an official limit on how far airlines can shrink seats. he says there are health and
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and kirsten? q: and jill -- we love our cofefe in the morning... but... would you spend 15 bucks for a cup? we hear they're doing just that in san francisco? a: i'd go to great lengths for a good cup of coffee... but... paying 15 dollars? equator coffee & teas in san francisco is charging that much for a small cup of their limited edition finca sophia coffee it's described as smooth, with a tea-like character, with orange
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the shop actually sold out of the signature brew earlier this week but promised to get more in.// brian and kirsten? /// > now let's turn it over to demetria for what's driving you crazy? /// demetria obilor kyle says, "what's the deal with the demetria obilor kyle says, "what's the deal with the construction at this intersection?! it looks done, buy the cones are still up. " the work happening at the durango/cheyen ne intersection is called the durango hills sewer relief project.
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2015 and was scheduled to finish up back in december, then january.but work is still underway. here's what's going on. the city of las vegas says the project was delayed due to an unforeseen utility conflict. the problem has been resolved and everything is expected to be finished by february 13. what's driving you crazy? remember, you can write me at. traffic 8 at las vegas now dot com. back to you. /// ((brian loftus)) > we love our pets! but should they join you while you sleep? ((kirsten joyce)) why a new study finds it's a good idea, to nap with fido.///
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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.
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and a living wage is paid to all. an america where after a lifetime of labor, there is time for rest and grandchildren. a nation that defends our people and our values, but no longer carries so much of that burden alone. i know we can create that america if we listen to our conscience and our hearts and not to the pundits and the naysayers. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message, and i ask for you to caucus for me. thank you.
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in oregon... what we know about his arrest this morning...and the latest on the standoff between protesters and authorities. ((brian loftus)) > a marijuana grow...busted by police. why they say the operation could have contributed to robberies and identity theft in our community. ((kirsten joyce)) > police say a man and woman were caught having sex on the high roller... why the lawyer for the woman involved says...she didn't do anything wrong./// < welcome to a brighter morning, this is 8 newsnow wiwi kirsten joyce, sherry swensk, demetria obilor and brian loftus > (( michelle fiore: "i am with you in spirit, god is with you in spirit, they can not fire upon you with the world watching )) ((brian loftus)) > good morning and thanks for joining us. i'm brian loftus. ((kirsten joyce)) > and i'm kirsten joyce. this morning.. 2 well-known nevadans are in oregon.. as tensions rise in the wildlife refuge stand- off. assemblywoman michelle fiore is in burns.. while rancher cliven bundy.. is in an oregon jail.
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him into custody.. right after his plane touched down in portland. 8 news now reporter michael stevens is in the newsroom with what led up the arrest... and the on- going controversy in oregon. good morning michael? ((michael stevens)) brian, kirsten... records show bundy was booked into jail just before 11- last night... but it's not clear... why the rancher was arrested in the first place. but we are hearing it could be connected to charges stemming from 2014. bundy's arrest is the latest event to unfold in the on-going federal lands stand-off in oregon. yesterday... the f-b-i says it moved to contain the last few occupiers of an oregon wildlife refuge who were part of a protest that began more than a month ago over federal land policy. the scene played out last night via an open phone line being livestreamed on the internet by an acquaintance of one of the occupiers. yesterday... nevada assembly woman michelle fiore traveled to oregon to help peacefully end the 40-day occupation. here she is... pleading with the last four
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((michelle fiore: if you walk out there, without firearms, i will meet you wherever they take you. i need you to stay alive, ok, the only way, listen to me. yes you will, yes you will yes you will see the light of day.)) ((michael stevens)) the four holdouts were the last remnants of an armed group that seized the malheur national wildlife refuge in eastern oregon on january 2nd to oppose federal land-use policies. one of the occupiers says he spoke with the fbi and that he and three other holdouts will turn themselves in at a nearby fbi checkpoint at 8-this morning. ((kirsten joyce)) michael... cliven is not the only bundy behind bars correct? ((michael stevens)) kirsten... that's right. bundy's son ammon was also arrested at the end january. he was considered the leader of the refuge occupation. ammon's brother, another occupier.. was arrested with him.
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((brian loftus)) > stay with 8 news now.. for every update on the standoff in oregon. ((kirsten joyce)) we will bring you the latest information.. on air.. and online at las vegas now dot com./// kirsten joyce > now let's get a look at your forecast. brian loftus sherry... how's the weather looking today? < sherry swensk clear and cool this morning, but not too cold. no record high of 75. we were just shy of that by a couple degrees. in fact, we've hit 73 for the last three days. ............ occasional high clouds have been skies... but we'll have plenty of
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temps are in the cool 40s right now and close to 50 with dry air and calm winds. ............. more temps in the 70s again today so enjoy this break in our winter. > < kirsten, brian... back to you./// > ((brian loftus)) > metro police say an illegal marijuana grow and possible delivery operation... may have increased crime in the valley. yesterday...
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than a hundred marijuana plants and a complex grow operation hacienda. metro police say the drugs have a street value of up to 300-thousand dollars. and it could all be linked to an illegal drug delivery service. police say those customers are becoming victims of crimes like robberies, burglaries and identity theft since the services ask for personal information. ( (((sgt. craig lousignont/metro police: the criminals are growing this product using drugs and pesticides that aren't acceptable and then they're selling them on different websites to legitimate customers who think that it's a legitimate service but it's not.)) police say one of the best ways for a medical marijuana patient to make sure they're using a legal dispensary - is to confirm that the place has a storefront./// ((kirsten joyce)) > the attorney representing a woman accused of committing sex acts on the high roller...says she's being unfairly prosecuted. chloe scardianos and philip panzikas were arrested on friday...
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and thought no one would see them when they decided to have sex in one of the pods. scardinanos attorney says they could not understand the worker's commands to stop...and says they had no ill intent in their actions... he spoke via facetime to our affiliate in houston.. (( chris rasmussen,attorn ey for chloe scordianos: they were both intoxicated, they didn't have an understanding that they were gonna be in public, they didn't intend to commit a public sex act)) they're scheduled to be back in court next month./// brian loftus > let's get a check of your commute. kirsten joyce demetria... how are things looking? demetria obilor < mototist assist was called out to help someone out along northbound i-15 and sahara.
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more southbound traffic at this hour though. over by the convention center, you'll see a lot of cones associated with a big improvement project. the county is spending over 6 million dollars to make this stretch more pedestrian friendly. next big convention is next week.. magic is coming to town tuesday drawing in about 85,000 people. > < > < > back to you. /// ((brian loftus)) > a fifth grader is being honored...for saving the life of his friend...when he started choking in the lunch room. it happened at steven schorr elementary school a few weeks ago... 5th grader kyle sucaldito began choking on his lunch... it was his friend gabriel wallace who jumped into action. ( (( (kyle sucaldito/choked at lunch: "it felt scary, i couldn't breathe, i was, my
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((gabriel wallace/saved friend during lunch: "i did that and then i realized he spit the food out, and then i realized he was actually choking and then a teacher came and i told her.")) ((brian loftus)) what impressed the adults at the school the most... was the fact that gabriel used the heimlich maneuver in the first place... no one, including gabriel, knew where he learned it./// ((kirsten joyce)) > sharing your bed with man's best friend. ((brian loftus)) what pet owners should consider before letting your dog or cat join you while your sleep. ((kirsten joyce)) a cruise ship...caught in a dangerous storm...makes landfall. what the company is doing...before it sets out on another voyage.///
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let their pets share their bed with them... but should they? a recent study by the mayo clinic is challenging the idea that animals in the bedroom can mess with your sleep. don champion has the story. patricia (patree-shia) sullivan had canine company in bed as soon as she brought home her first puppy. ( patricia sullivan/dog owner) he started to cry, and whimper and i felt sorry for him and i put him on my bed and he curled up in a ball and he was asleep and he's been there ever since. sleep experts have long thought that pets in the bedroom are disruptive to a person's sleep but a recent mayo clinic survey found 41 percent of sleep patients who share their beds with their animals find it beneficial. (dr. lois krahn/sleep specialist at the mayo clinic in arizona) if having a pet nearby helps them feel relaxed and gives them a sense of security, which permits
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difficulty, then i think that is something that does deserve attention. 20 percent of respondents however, admitted their pets interrupted their sleep. study author doctor lois krahn (krahhn) says there are many things pet owners need to consider. ( dr. lois krahn/sleep specialist at the mayo clinic in arizona) they need to know how well they sleep as a person and how well the pet sleeps, they need to take into account the size of the pet. other considerations: the size of the bed, the number of pets and the pets must be clean and free of fleas. (sullivan) if their feet were really wet, i'd wipe them off sullivan says her dogs don't just relax her, they go a step further. ( if i stay up too late the dogs remind me to go to bed. they actually walk into my bedroom, look at me like c'mon let's go. laughs. ps: they do. ) and even though their barking sometimes wakes her up, she says she wouldn't have it any other way. don champion, cbs news, springfield, new jersey. ((sherry swensk)) the study did not look at whether different types of pets were more disruptive than others. ..but the authors plan to look
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clear and cool this morning, but not too cold with temps in the 40s righ tnow. we hit those 70s yesterday, but no record high of 75. we were just shy of that by a couple degrees. in fact, we've hit 73 for the last three days. ............ check out this beautiful shot from last night with just a little moon out there and plenty of stars with the clear skies. john solvie snapped this photo and sent it to me. .................. occasional high clouds have been slipping in and out of our skies... but we'll have plenty of
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will deliver extra warm temps across the desert again today... while the east will keep the cold air and snow across the great lakes. .............. temps are in the cool 40s right now and close to 50 with dry air and calm winds. ............. more temps in the 70s again today so enjoy this break in our winter. > back to you./// > ((brian loftus)) > officials with royal caribbean plan to strengthen the company's policies...after one of its cruise ships sailed into the path of a dangerous storm. passengers cheered last night as port in new jersey. the ship was on its way to florida sunday when it was battered by massive waves and hurricane force winds. (( david link/ passenger) the wind was coming through the doors. we thought it would break the glass. we slept on the sofa because we didn't think we were going to make it)) the coast guard will inspect the ship, before royal caribbean sails the ship out on its next voyage, this weekend royal
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will get a full refund and a certificate toward 50 percent off a future cruise./// kirsten joyce > now let's turn it over to demetia. brian loftus how are the roads looking this morning. < demetria obilor > accident on alexander and flossmoor street, which is just east of lamb. seeing more traffic in the spaghetti bowl right now along southbound i-15. < >
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((brian loftus)) > the oscars are coming up... and stars want to take home the award! ((kirsten joyce)) but even if they're just nominated, they're cashing in! some of the items in this year's gift bags.///
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praised as one of america's best mayors who governed as a pragmatist. a practical and successful legislator, bernie sanders passed more roll-call amendments in a republican congress than any other member, primary care access for millions of americans, protected social security, cracked the gridlock with john mccain to strengthen veterans' healthcare. bernie sanders -- a consistent, principled, and effective leader. building a future to believe in.
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jubilee at bally's will close the curtains for the last time. the show has been taking the stage here in las vegas for more than 34 years... caesars entertainment says in that time... hundreds of thousands of swarovski crystals have been used on the elaborate showgirl costumes. bally's is looking into the possibility of bringing in another showgirl performance. /// ((kirsten joyce)) > the academy awards are coming up later this month... and even if stars don't take home the top prizes...
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the bags given to nominees will contain about 200- thousand- dollars worth of gifts. on the high-end, items such as a 10-day, first- class trip to israel and unlimited audi car rentals from silvercar... but one of the most interesting items might be the voucher for the "vampire breast lift.. said to use blood to revive cleavage without implants./// brian loftus > now let's send things over to sherry swensk kirsten joyce sherry what's the forecast look like today?/// sherry swensk < get ready for another springlike
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cooling off to the 40s... but by the afternoon temps will finish in the 70s. ............ occasional high clouds have been slipping in and out of our skies... but we'll have plenty of sunshine today! .............. temps are in the cool 40s right now and close to 50 with dry air and calm winds. ............. more temps in the 70s again today so enjoy this break in our winter. and those temps will last through your holiday weekend./// > <
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now./// > demetria obilor < > < > < > back to you./// ((brian loftus)) > as people
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((brian loftus)) > as people all over america celebrate black history month, new lessons are emerging from a small town in florida. ((kirsten joyce)) saint augustine was instrumental in shaping the dialogue of racial equality in our country. but it's not a story that gets a lot of attention. ((brian loftus)) this month, we've been bringing you special reports unveiling aspects of this historic city. today we take you to the 19- 60's and a neighborhood called lincolnville. narr 20 - by the 1960's, lincolnville had become a vibrant african american neighborhood - a stronghold of middle class values and commerce. otis mason 00:06:02:00 lincolnville was never totally segregated in terms of living.
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the corner of, what is now ml king and lincoln street, there were a couple of grocery stores located in the immediate neighborhood that were owned and operated by jewish families. essie bush 01:38:32:12 - oh we were a close-knit family of people. now i had fun in lincolnville, now otis mason - 0006:29:12 - we were not totally segregated, white families lived in the community as well. narr 21 - while its influence on the local economy grew. these advances were only going to go segregation. otis mason - 01:11:59:20 - i could not attend the university of florida. i went down for an interview . it was very interesting about the results of my visit there. i was told that i spoke very well. that's all i heard.. thomas jackson - 00:49:18:00 - my father was a teacher and he was told that if he participated
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his job. narr - fearing retribution. many of st. augustine's middle class blacks were either hesitant or silent about the growing civil rights movement. there needed to be a new front opened in the fight against segregation, and there was no better place to do it than in a city about to celebrate its 400th birthday. ((brian loftus)) > the story doesn't end there. on our next installment of america's untold journey... we'll go back to the intense summer of 19-63. and make sure to catch our special this saturday at nine...fight here on 8 news now./// ((kirsten joyce)) > he is going back to cali, cali, cali... to host the grammy awards! ((brian loftus)) coming up at 6:00... ll cool j will be chatting with us live... about how he's getting ready for music's biggest night! ((kirsten joyce)) > plus... what warranty? that's pretty much what one local homeowner was asking herself...
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mortensen finds out how she still ended up shelling out big bucks on a water heater./// ((sherry swensk)) < and just 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.
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...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.
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