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bodies. both were 10th-graders. ((tracy breeden/glendale police dept: "we don't believe that there's any outstanding suspects. these two young women were found next to each other. there was a weapon found beside them." )) ((denise valdez)) investigators did not release the girls' identity.. they do not know what relationship, if any, the girls had./// ((paul joncich)) > more changes for rooftop solar customers. new rates went into effect last month... but the public utilities commission today modified the way in which net metering rates will be implemented... as customers are phased off of the old rate structure. patrick walker is live at the p- u-c with more. patrick? ((patrick walker)) paul... the big change is that new rates for rooffop solar customers will phase in over the next 12 years. they were supposed to go into effect over a 4-year span. commissioners unanimously approved the plan... after hundreds of people showed up outside the p-u-c's las vegas offices to protest the proposal. net metering customers used to
the excess electricity they sold back to n-v energy. under the new rates... customers will be paid slightly less than what n-v energy charges for electricity for every kilowatt hour generated. in other words... when a solar customer uses electricity from the grid... it costs them more than what they make from n-v energy when they sell the same amount of electricity back from their solar panels. that gap will widen until 2028... when the final approved rate is fully phased in. customers testified today... saying it will take nearly three times as long to pay off their rooftop solar systems... than what they had been promised when they installed them. ((richard schecter/solar customer: "why is the puc punishing the very people who followed everything being ((patrick walker)) customers had hoped commissioners would adopt n-v energy's proposal... which would have grandfathered existing solar customers into the old rate system for 20 years. ((patrick walker)) so what's next? solar industry folks tell me they will fight to put net
they can also have the legislature try to step in next year... but remember... last year... lawmakers passed a bill which pushed the responsibility on rates... squarely on the p-u-c. reporting live... patrick walker... 8 news now. /// ((paul joncich)) a police dog is being treated and cared for after being stabbed this morning. the incident happened during a 12-hour long barricade situation near desert inn and maryland. ((denise valdez)) 8 news now reporter karen castro is live at the scene with the latest on the k-9's condition. karen. ((karen castro)) the k-9 named nicky underwent surgery this morning after being stabbed multiple times in the head by a suspect. last word from police, nicky received serious injuries but is in stable condition. metro tweeted out this picture
handler, sergeant eric kerns. nicky was stabbed this morning but this ordeal began at 9 last night. metro got a call about a disturbance at the maryland park apartments near desert inn and maryland parkway. neighbors heard a man screaming out for help and dialed 911. when officers arrived, they found a broken window at the apartment unit in question. metro attempted to communicate with the man inside but failed. that's when swat was called in. after almost 12 hours of negotiating, a k-9 unit was called in. ((jesse roybal - metro pd: as that k9 dog was deployed, the suspect was bit numerous times and the k9 dog was stabbed by the suspect numerous times about the head, the suspect was taken into custody.)) ((karen castro)) the suspect is being treated for bite wounds. police believe the man was the only person inside the apartment. it's unclear if other weapons were found inside, besides the object used in the stabbing. no other officers were injured during the standoff.
not released the name of the suspect or prior criminal history. ((karen castro)) it was a long night for folks who live in this block. during the 12- hour long standoff, residents were forced out of their homes. many of them left their pets behind, others had to call out of work. we'll hear from them coming up at 5. reporting live, karen castro, 8 news now. ((denise valdez)) karen, have police said if the suspect will face charges for stabbing the k-9? ((karen castro)) police said there are charges associated with injuring a police dog. while they are not specifying the charges in this case... k-9's are sworn officers. ((denise valdez)) > an emotional mother took the stand in court today accusing a former clark county school district bus driver of sexual acts with her daughter ramiro garcia is facing numerous charges of sexual assault and lewdness with a vulnerable minor
at the preliminary hearing today...the victim's mother testified her 10-year old daughter has autism. garcia is now facing a kidnapping charge after new evidence came to light during testimony. he's due back in court next week./// ((paul joncich)) > holding together. the i-team's george knapp sits down with bob meyers a year after his wife tammy was shot and killed in a notorious murder... ((denise valdez)) the race for president. the group of voters republicans are fighting for in south carolina... >did we reach our record high today. that is the big question. one things for sure, we have had a great ride of temps in the 70's. but could they through next week? your valentine's day forecast coming up. <
watching 8 news now at 4 with denise valdez and paul joncich. the news of southern nevada is now. ((denise valdez)) >one year ago tonight, a quiet las vegas neighborhood exploded with the sounds of gunshots. when the shooting stopped -- 44 year old tammy meyers was mortally wounded after being struck in the head with a bullet
he was surrounded by police a few days later and admitted it had been a case of mistaken identity. the meyers family has had a rough year, not only because of the many conspiracy theories that have been widely reported, but also the psychological scars of losing a wife and mother in such a violent crime. tammy's husband bob sat down with george knapp of the i-team to talk about how the meyers family has managed to hold it together.: (( george knapp: you had told me before that tammy was the glue that held the family together. bob meyers: she was the rock she was the matriarch of the meyers, you know. everything we did is how she set it up, you know. and it was all organized and the business, the home, everything, you know. she made things easy that's what she liked to do, you know george knapp: so, what's it been like without her? a year without her? bob meyers: it's hard. it hasn't changed. its like, everybody says 'well, it's so long ago.' i'm like well it doesn't seem that long,, you know, to me , doesn't seem like a year. seems like i'm still in the nightmare, i'm gonna wake up.
we will have more portions from this interview at 5 and 6, then tonight at 11, george knapp will reveal why the meyers were forced to move out of their home. the suspect, erich nowsch, is scheduled for trial next month. on our website, bob meyers talks about whether the death penalty is warranted in this case. ((paul joncich)) > with a little over a week to go until the primaries, gop presidential hopefuls are making their pitches to south carolina voters. john kasich sampled the goods at duke's bar-b-que in orangeburg, south carolina. the ohio governor is hoping to capitalize on his second place finish in new hampshire ted cruz is following the same game plan he used to win the iowa caucuses by implementing a large get out the vote effort: (( (sen. ted cruz/(r- tx) presidential candidate/courtes y: cbn news, "the brody file") "the men and women in this room have the ability to change the outcome of the south carolina primary.")) ((paul joncich)) cruz's rivals are also pushing for the evangelical vote. jeb bush spoke at the faith and family forum at bob jones
the candidates will make their pitch to palmetto state voters in a cbs news debate saturday night./// ((denise valdez)) > republican voters go to the polls a week from saturday and then it's on to nevada which holds a caucus three days later. and on the other side of the aisle democratic hopeful hillary clinton will campaign this weekend in nevada. she'll host a series of get out the caucus events starting with a canvass kick off tomorrow in henderson./// ((paul joncich)) > remember... we are your local election headquarters throughout the season... on air and online. and don't forget to our special edition of politics now saturday at 8 o'clock after the republican debate. it will re-air sunday at 5-30./// ((denise valdez)) > hoping for a safe recovery. the reason barry manilow was rushed to the hospital.. and what is on hold while he recuperates...
way to a 6- day stay to mexico. at the airport in havana, he sat down with the head of the russian orthodox church. the historic discussion comes as both churches respond to extremist attacks on christians. while in mexico the pope will try to tackle challenges, including drugs, violence and poverty. his popemobiles are waiting for
were blessed by a priest. meanwhile workers have been busy putting the finishing touches on the alter which can be seen from the texas border.. francis will be the first pope to visit the border. (((bishop oscar cantu ) "it was on his insistence to come right close to the border. another place was offered to him that would have accommodated more people" )) ((paul joncich)) > tomorrow, he'll tour mexico city during his full day in the country. according to the pew research center, roughly 85 percent of mexicans identify themselves as catholics./// ((denise valdez)) > barry manilow is putting a couple of shows of his final tour on hold after complications from dental surgery. the 72- year- old had an emergency procedure on monday and was rushed from memphis to l-a to receive treatment. manilow's publicist says otherwise the singer is perfectly healthy. so -- he's rescheduled two shows in tennessee -- but it's still unclear if he'll be able to attend the grammy's on monday.///
< tedd florendo >another warm day in the 70's and coming very close to record highs this afternoon. winds remained light however, but expected to pick up again late weekend. dry too as we don't anticipate any rain for a while and changes next week. ............................... afternoon temps in the 70's around the valley with cooler 60's for kyle canyon. many neighborhoods over to the east will be warmer due to the lower elevation levels. which also includes henderson. ............................... ...... regional temp salso in the 70's at this hour with colder temps in the central great basin. warmer for laughlin and death valley with 70's this afternoon also for beatty late day. ............................... ......... valentines forecast looks warmer with highs in the mid 70's under
we could see the winds pick up a little for that day so could be breezy at times as well.. ............................... ............. warmer in the southwest. mild in dallas and the deep south. but look at this arctic intrusion of cold air coming in from canada where temps in the teens, this will stretch all the way down to the deep south over the weekend into early next week. ............................... ............... some high clouds over the state and rain in the pacific northwest with high pressure still in charge and keeping us warm and dry. it will also bring some breezes week. we see it break down more next
bring wind and shower chances ............................... .............. here's what to expect. we're staying warm in the 70's for a several more days. which could put us at a possible 12 days in the 70's before we start to drop back to the 60's late week changes with more winds and cooler temps. could also see another chance for showers. ............................... ............. tonight expect a low of 47 overnight with cool and clear conditions. winds stay light and above average overnight but warmer tomorrow. expect a high of 75 still nice with high clouds. probably not reaching the record but staying warm. ............................... .......... recreation forecast showing highs around 60 with cool and nice condtions and winds up to 15, even higher in the canyons. warmer at lake mead with warm and sunny conditions. even warmer for laughlin with 79 for the foecasted high. ............................... ......... extended forecast shows more 70's into next week. breezes kick in by midweek and then we start to see the low 70's and 60's by friday. slight shower chances for thursday but don't look too impressive as of now.
the rtc is changing the way you get to work... demetria obilor has the new route north las vegas boulevard commuters will have to take in today's what's driving you crazy./// (( )) demetria obilor: the rtc plans to improve bus service with several transit changes going into effect sunday, february 21. if you frequently travel las vegas boulevard north, say goodbye to the metropolitan area express (max) and hello to route 113. the rtc is cutting the max to add more service to the 113, which also service las vegas boulevard north. the rtc says route 113 will run every 15 minutes during daytime hours, seven days a week. evening and overnight service will also be increased.
the rtc customer service line. we'll have that number posted on our website, lasvegasnow.co m hey! what's driving you crazy? send your traffic question to traffic eight at las vegas now dot com. ((denise valdez)) putting brains to the test. how one local school is getting much needed positive attention... after reviving a quiz club from
((denise vatheir brain to the test through a competitive quiz game. ((paul joncich)) brian loftus has the story in today's "what's cool at school". ((brian loftus)) varsity quiz is a competitive three-round knowledge match, played between high schools. the newcomers at western high school are making quite an
impact.... ((brian loftus)) round after round, hands at the ready, western players must ring in to answer within seconds of the question samantha spangler senior "it's kind of like jeopardy, but more high school style and its just a fun way of being together, being smart." ((brian loftus)) varsity quiz has been in the district for nearly 50 years, but at western, the team fizzled out in the 1970's. their teacher, matt albert, is overjoyed to see the team back matt albert english instructional lead, vq head coach "the support of from the school has been amazing....really just out of this world." ((brian loftus)) western has recently been a turnaround school. these 16 students in the western varsity quiz club are proud to bring well-deserved positive attention to their school stasi harper senior "being on this team at western....it means a lot because i had no idea this existed." matt albert english instructional lead, vq head coach "if your student who attends a school that faces some societal inequity that, as we
schools that are title 1, like this one, you can still overcome these obstacles.....it takes committment." ((brian loftus)) and students are committed, prepping like crazy for competition.... anthony juarez senior "i personally mainly read different kinds of magazines and books." ((brian loftus)) questions come at these students across a wide range of fields stasi harper senior "i'm pretty good at science, my favorite is science and pop culture." matt albert english instructional lead, vq head coach "it's a great way to get an early gauge on what makes you tick, and what you might want to do as a career." ((brian loftus)) sometimes, students are racking their brain for the answer, other times, it's right there! anthony juarez senior "the first two words he asked was ...this female, and i buzzed in and said marie curie and i got it right! me: "how did you do that?" anthony: "i dont know!" ((brian loftus)) from recent success at invitationals, to the high hopes of winning the championships in dallas, these underdogs love
samantha spangler senior "competititon is kind of nerve- wracking, especially when you get to the championships, like we did." stasi harper senior "with the win i've never really accomplished something as big as this, so it really means a lot to me and i'm pretty sure it means a lot to everyone else!" matt albert english instructional lead, vq head coach "i'm immensely proud of them....immensely proud." ((brian loftus)) and that's what's cool at school end pckg: ((paul joncich)) > to vote for this program or if > to vote for this program or if you know something that's cool at school... go las vegas now dot com. cool at school will be under the "community" tab. or send us an email... cool at school at las vegas now dot com. ((denise valdez)) > an
((denise valdez)) > there are new warnings today about the rapidly- spreading zika virus. ((paul joncich)) health experts say there is growing evidence of a link between the virus and neurological disorders. ((denise valdez)) this comes as more cases of zika virus have been confirmed here in the us. mark albert has the latest from washington. >(news conference, then baby video) health experts from around the world gathered in washington dc friday to answer concerns about the zika virus. they say the link between zika and a serious birth defect called microcephaly is more and more probable. (chris dye/world health organization) "we've gotten to the point now that we have to say zika is guilty until proven innocent." in the us, there are now nearly 80 cases in 21 states. nearly every case involves people who travelled to affected countries. at least one case was sexually transmitted. health authorities addressed reports that the zika virus was found in the semen of a british man two months after he was infected. (mark & fauci ) (dr.
institutes of health) "q (mark albert): do we know precisely how long someone remains infected? a (anthony fauci): the answer is no. and some of the research we're funding will be to determine that. two weeks . ///we don't know how long." no vaccine currently exists for zika, although doctor anthony fauci says testing for a potential vaccine could begin as early as this summer. (dr. anthony fauci/national institutes of health) "when that vaccine will be proven safe and effective is something we can't predict." the mosquito borne virus originated in brazil and is spreading rapidly through latin america and the caribbean.it's expected to america and the caribbean.it's expected to eventually infect up to 3 million people. mark albert, for cbs news, washington./// ((paul joncich)) eighty percent of people who contract the zika virus show no symptoms. so far, more than 100- thousand zika cases have been confirmed in 33 countries./// ((denise valdez)) latino community leaders and voters united today to promote the
for the upcoming primaries and caucuses. the latino vote summit nevada provided information on voter registration and training on how to participate in caucuses. organizers say it's an opportunity to educate potential voters on issues that are significant to them. key issues like education, immigration, foreign policy and small business issues. speakers say nevada caucuses will be tight... and the latino vote needs to be earned. so summits like this highlight how influencial the latino vote can be. ((antonio gonzalez, president, svrep "in order to respond a little bit to some of the rederic that we hear that is deragatory to immigrants. we want to put a positive image out there and explain our issues." )) ((denise valdez)) there is another vote summit, tomorrow morning... it's from eight to eleven at the college of southern nevada cheyenne campus./// ((paul joncich)) > inmates in jail in clark county are doing what you probably wouldn't expect....yoga...
to get a look at the program. ((denise valdez)) the yoga is part of a program to make sure that if and when the inmates leave jail...they don't return. it's also about creating a safer environment inside the jail. ((paul joncich)) and as vanessa murphy explains...... it's not costing taxpayers a dime. (( )) ((dray gardner/yoga instructor: nice and slow! back down! beautiful.)) ((dray: downward dog.... )) ((dray: kick kick kick )) ((vanessa murphy)) many of these inmates at the clark county detention center.... ((dijon lemmie/inmate: it's peace.)) ((vanessa murphy)) ...are accused of some of the most serious crimes. ((dray: stretch up )) ((vanessa murphy)) like dijon lemmie. ((dijon: i never thought i'd ever be doing yoga ever.)) ((vanessa murphy)) the 19 year old has been locked up for nearly a year. ((dijon: bad decisions.... )) ((vanessa murphy)) he's accused of armed robbery and is awaiting trial. ((dijon: i have really changed since i been in here. i can honestly say that.)) ((vanessa murphy)) dijon is one of 148 inmates in a program which started last july. sot ((lt. yancey taylor/clark co.
change their mindset, help them calm down, help them think what is it really about being a normal adult? )) ((vanessa murphy)) through the direct inmate supervision philosophy... ((dray: inhale as you rise....(ah) )) ((vanessa murphy)) inmates have more freedom and privileges like yoga classes they've earned through good behavior.... ((magnolia drew/corrections officer: it's a different way of policing.)) ((vanessa murphy)) staff here says there's been a 70-percent reduction in house discipline.... and it's not costing taxpayers a dime. ((dray: it's the other way, brotha, perfect.)) ((vanessa murphy)) the yoga mats are donated....and instructor dray gardner volunteers. ((dray: we're all the same really and each one of us is one bad decision away from you know that situation, so i really feel compelled to let them know that you know you are not your past and we can build through this once we get past this.)) ((dijon: somebody get in trouble, you steer em in the right direction, you give them the right classes, proper tools, i think that'll help build em under and understand. some people just don't understand. it's lack of knowledge...)) ((vanessa murphy)) there are grunts, laughs, and then calm....
((dijon: i'm really happy man. i'm happy for this stuff. cause i didn't think nothing like this existed. (laughs) i like it.)) ((vanessa murphy)) the hope is for men like dijon - ((dray: stay amazing, brothers.... ((vanessa murphy)) when or if they leave - ....clapping )) ((vanessa murphy)) to become productive members of society. ((dray: keep doing yall work )) ((paul joncich)) this program is in the early stages....it started in july. the hope is to expand it for more inmates and now staff is working to get it started with women inside the jail. and tonight at 11 vanessa gets an exclusive look at how some inmates are taking advantage of a nutrition class inside the jail. // ((denise valdez)) > a newfoundland- lab mix in reno, nevada, had quite the day on thursday. he was named the city's honorary mayor for a day. meet everett. the outgoing shelter dog was adopted about two years ago.
fun way to raise awareness of shelter dogs that need a home. and that landed him on the campaign trail. (((kendra kostelecky/report ing) "what changes would you like to make today, everett?" (everett) "(barking)." translation.... (woman) "if he was to be mayor, what his first job would be, is to make sure that every dog's bowl has a bone." )) ((denise valdez)) and he's already making that happen. you see, everett got this honor, when his parents placed a winning bid at the s-p-c-a's annual charity event - "an affur to remember". this was the first for the auction item... and mayor schieve says she wouldn't mind sharing her seat again next year./// ((paul joncich)) > spending on your sweetie. what you can expect to pay more for this valentine's day.. and the one gift where you may be able to catch a break... <
they're one of the wall street banks that triggered the financial meltdown -- goldman sachs. just settled with authorities r their part in the crisis that put seven million out of work and millions out of their homes. how does wall street get away with it? millions in campaign contributions and speaking fees. our economy works for wall street because it's rigged by wall street. and that's the problem. as long as washington is bought and paid for, we can't build an economy that works for people.
america's heroes have a message. if you've fought... you know picking a commander in chief is no small thing. you're looking for smarts... and guts. we looked at each candidate... we studied their record... we know...
looked them over... we checked them out... and we chose one. there's only one. jeb bush. he's got a plan.
day is this sunday. and that means tens of millions of americans are finalizing their plans for the romantic weekend. ((denise valdez)) but
it also cash. serious cash. financial website bankrate says a typical valentine's day celebration... chocolates... jewelry... and a nice dinner... could set you back $512 dollars. its actually the fourth most calendar... behind only christmas, back to school, and mother's day. (( (tony case q&a) (anna) "seems there's a lot of people who say -- eh, this is a set up holiday, it's a hallmark holiday." (tony) "men hate it because they feel obligated to top themselves // women hate it because they always hate the gifts they get or, somehow it wasn't up to their expectations // so nobody's happy.)) ((denise valdez)) and that's not the end if it.....restaurant s raise prices to take advantage of romantic dinner dates but
price of jewelry has been dropping.//// ((paul joncich)) > the biggest night in music is almost here. ((denise valdez)) we're talking ((denise valdez)) we're talking about the grammys and aleady excitement is building up for the superstar performances. taylor swift will open the show for the second time in three years. swift is up for seven awards - including album of the year. she goes up against kendrick lamar who leads with 11 nominations. ll cool j will host music's biggest night for the fifth consecutive year. he says the bowie tribute is not to be missed. (("(ll cool j) it's gonna be an amazing night. people are going to be blown away."))
are also a forum for new artists including soul singer andra day. she's set to kperform a duet with ellie goulding. the 58th annual grammy awards air live this monday night right here on channel 8. ((denise valdez)) > there are so many terrific teachers here in clark county... teachers here in clark county... coming up... chris maathuis will introduce us to another, who is certainly making a difference in the classroom. ((paul joncich)) > when the
((chris maathuis)) on behalf of channel 8, mgm resorts, silver state schools credit union and unlv... our teacher of the game is alice bellini. nats; 'congrats again..." mrs bellini is a first grade teacher at ullis newton elementary. she loves the challenge. making school a place of learning, fun and rewarding. alice bellini/teacher of the game;"one of the reasons i became a teacher i wanted the kids to like school and that's why i do first grade, i want my kids to start in first grade wanting to come to school." bellini is a motivator.. getting her students to excell to prepare for the next level of learning. nats "what town to do we live in.." she'll use music, songs and dance to add to her curriculum... students will share ideas... support each other.. and that's bellini's goal. alice bellini/teacher' "it's not just what they see in a book but everything from how they treat each other, just that they can be successful, no matter what they do and where they start and where they're coming from." many
spending extra hours preparing to make the classroom experience, a setting the kids will enjoy and crave. alice; "it's not as much as academic goals, love for them to read write and all that, but i want them to have a love of learning and like being at school." for all she does for the kids in clark county... we honor mrs. alice bellini as our teacher of the game. toss to weather < tedd florendo another warm day in the 70's and coming very close to record highs this afternoon. winds remained light however, but expected to pick up again late weekend. dry too as we don't anticipate any rain for a while and changes next week. ............................... .. afternoon temps in the 70's
60's for kyle canyon. many neighborhoods over to the east will be warmer due to the lower elevation levels. which also includes henderson. ............................... ...... regional temp salso in the 70's at this hour with colder temps in the central great basin. warmer for laughlin and death valley with 70's this afternoon also for beatty late day. ............................... ......... valentines forecast looks warmer with highs in the mid 70's under mostly sunny and pleasant conditions. we could see the winds pick up a little for that day so could be breezy at times as well.. ............................... ............. warmer in the southwest. mild in dallas and the deep south. but look at this arctic intrusion of cold air coming in from canada where temps in the teens, this will stretch all the way down to the deep south over the weekend into early next week. ............................... ............... some high clouds over the state and rain in the pacific northwest with high pressure still in charge and keeping us warm and dry. it will also bring some breezes over the weekend into early next week. we see it break down more next week as a trough slides in and bring wind and shower chances ............................... .............. here's what to expect. we're staying warm in the 70's for a several more days.
12 days in the 70's before we start to drop back to the 60's late week changes with more winds and cooler temps. could also see another chance for showers. ............................... ............. tonight expect a low of 47 overnight with cool and clear conditions. winds stay light and above average overnight but warmer tomorrow. expect a high of 75 still nice with high clouds. probably not reaching the record but staying warm. ............................... .......... recreation forecast showing showing highs around 60 with cool and nice condtions and winds up to 15, even higher in the canyons. warmer at lake mead with warm and sunny conditions. even warmer for laughlin with 79 for the foecasted high. ............................... ......... extended forecast shows more 70's into next week. breezes kick in by midweek and then we start to see the low 70's and 60's by friday.
thursday but don't look too 1963 was a tumultuous year in our country as the civil rights movement heated up. ((denise valdez)) and no where was it hotter than saint augustine florida... a community that was instrumental in the battle for equality. ((paul joncich)) today we take you back to 19-63 and a piece of america's untold journey. >narr - the year is 1963 and protests have reached a fever pitch on st. augustine. narr - there needed to be a new front opened in the fight against segregation, and there
leading this fight would be lincolnville dentist and successful businessman, dr. robert hayling. fountains ,,, a dentist and ex-army officer, hayling became the first negro member of the florida state dental society. he joined the civil rights struggle after the dental group was denied meeting facilities at white hotels and restaurants because of his membership. last summer, dr. hayling and an associate were badly beaten by kkk members when they ventured too close to a klan rally. ironically, when the case was tried, hayling was convicted of assault on the klansmen. his appeal is now pending. - inspired by the words of martin luther king, jr., hayling organized local youths and began sending them into local whites-only restaurants. on a hot july day in 1963, 14 year old samuel white, 15- year old audry nell edwards, 16 year old willie carl singleton and 16 year-old joeann anderson went up to the woolworth's lunch counter and tried to order a hamburger and a coke. they were arrested. and later
this harsh sentencing of peaceful children drew local and national outrage. putting a new spot light on st. augustine's racial unrest. mlk - st. augustine, is merely a symbol of an expression. of the tragedies that engulf our whole nation in the area of race relations. barbara vickers - the scariest night was when the klans and the others were down in the slave market. they had brought in a truckload of rocks and put it in the slave market so they would have to throw at us./// ((denise valdez)) > to learn more about america's untold journey and the significant role the people of saint augutsine played in the civil rights movement... go to our web page las vegas now dot com. and don't miss our untold
((paul joncich)) > potential terror attack. the trail of clues investigators are following after a machette attack in ohio.. and the effort to determine the motivation behind it.... ((denise valdez)) and tonight at five... the culinary union protests a local casino. we check in live to see how things are playing out... as the union demonstrates despite being denied a permit.///
((paul joncich)) > police in columbus ohio are investigating a vicious machete attack on people eating in a restaurant last night. the suspect is dead and investigators are trying to determine if it was a random incident or possibly terror related.. jeff pegues has the latest from washington. >witnesses described the bloody scene at the middle eastern restaurant, nazareth in columbus ohio last night. a man armed with a machete stormed in and marched from from table to table striking people. (karen bass//witness) "there was a man on the floor bleeding there was a blood on the floor. it was awful, just carnage. " police say the suspect visited
an employee earlier in the day. police offered no details on what they spoke about. less than an hour later he came back, and began his violent rampage. four people were taken to the hospital. one person in critical condition is expected to survive. chief kim jacobs/columbus police department the suspect is identified as mohammad barry.//we believe he acted alone. (jeff pegues, cbs news, washington) it is stll early in the this investigation, but officials are concerned that this incident has all the hallmarks of a lone will attack, the kind of thing attack are working to stop. jeff pegues, cbs news, washington./// ((paul joncich)) > police shot and killed the suspect after a brief chase. they say barry has no criminal record in columbus./// paul joncich > that's all for us at 4. 8 news now at five starts after this. don't forget.. we're always on at las vegas now dot com, on facebook and twitter.
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out of their homes for half a day: this whole thing is very irritating the suspect is finally in custody... but not before attacking a police k-9 with a knife. how that dog is doing... after getting surgery. ((denise valdez)) > easing back on a rate hike affecting solar customers: "why is the puc punishing the very people who followed everything being promoted by nv energy?")) but it's not a reversal. we dig through the numbers to find out why a longer timeline to implement new rates... might not be enough to bring solar jobs back to las vegas. ((dave courvoisier)) > a fun time on the mountain... can turn into an expensive getaway. sometimes delays can be an hour or two. the areas you'll want to avoid on mount charleston... if you don't want to end up visiting a tow yard this weekend./// < ((voice over: "now, nevada's first choice for news. this is 8 news now at 5.")) > ((dave courvoisier)) > a police