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i'm sharie johnson. love is in the air in las vegas this valetine's day. couples from all around the world choosing southern nevada to tie the knot on this very special day. keeping local chapels packed. 8 news now's mauricio marin is live near third street and bonneville with just how busy things have been all in the name of love. ((mauricio marin)) wedding bells are still ringing here at the vegas wedding chapel as couples wed on valentine's day. while newlyweds are creating memories to last a lifetime. it's also helping bring in cash to the local economy. (( )) ((doug moore/just married: "in my wildest i never thought i'd ever meet anyone like charlotte." )) ((mauricio marin)) it's a day doug moore won't soon forget. life. and decided to tie the knot in las vegas. (( doug moore/just married: "you know we've been talking about it and talking about it and thought no better place than to probably
doug and his new bride charlotte are one of more than 12-hundred couples who came to las vegas to get married. keeping chapels like vegas weddings busy, busy busy. ((aimee stephens/vegas weddings: "historically it's the most popular wedding in las vegas." )) ((mauricio marin)) booked for weddings every half hour...vegas weddings also managed to squeeze in walk in couples on valetine's day. (( aimee stephens/vegas weddings: "it's been amazing. today is such a wonderful. love is in the air. we've had weddings back to back all day long." )) ((mauricio marin)) vegas weddings was at full staff to make sure the magic went off without a hitch for every ceremony they performed. ((doug moore/just married: "i loved her from the day i met her and she's my best friend. and we've been through a lot and she's just great." )) ((mauricio marin)) and the happy couple tells us it's a day they'll remember forever...and already plan to return to vegas to celebrate their anniversary. ((charlotte moore/just married: "he's my valentine every day of the year." )) ((mauricio marin)) the mad dash to vegas for
potentially significant snow to the southern sierra and chances potential - later in the newscast, sharie." busy day on the campaign trail... today... bernie sanders spoke to a packed crowd at bonanza high school. he covered an array of topics... first pointing out... that he will need everyone's vote to win the nevada democratic caucus on saturday. he says... caucus on saturday. he says... if elected, wealth equality is at the top of his "to do list." the senator riled up the crowd talking about the greed in wall street. he promised to raise the minimum wage to 15-dollars an hour... and demand equal pay for women. ((bernie sanders - (d) presidential candidate: the people who control our economy the people who control our political life are so powerful that there is no way that we can do what has to be done for the
country, unless millions of people come together and demand it.)) ((karen castro)) sanders also promised to pass comprehensive immigration reform and said if congress doesn't act, he will use his executive powers. when it comes to paying for college, he wants to offer free tuition at public institutions. /// ((sharie johnson)) > hillary clinton made her second day of stops around the valley. she took part in several meet and greets. dreamers... /// ((sharie johnson)) republican presidential high... following his showing during last night's gop debate. 32-percent of republicans and independents in a cbs news poll declared him the winner. that poll...
continues to be the favorite in south carolina leading into the primary later this week. jeb bush is trailing both men... but will have some help this week. former president george w. bush plans to campaign with his brother in charleston tomorrow... making his first public foray into the 2016 race./// ((sharie johnson)) > don't forget... we are your local election headquarters. and will continue to bring you the latest news surrounding this year's election both on air and online... at las vegas now dot com./// ((sharie johnson)) > there will be no autopsy on late supreme court justice antonin scalia. that's according to a source familiar with the case, who says the decision was made by scalia's family and officials in texas. the 79-year-old justice died in his sleep this weekend during a hunting trip to texas. a government source said scalia went to bed friday night and was found unresponsive yesterday. scalia was a leading conservative voice on the high
one of the areas that i've been particularly interested in is the area of children. we intend to be sure that everybody in this room and every child in this state is somebody. no matter where they're born, no matter to whom they are born. i want to make sure that every child has a chance to live up to his or her god-given potential. i've spent my life fighting for children, and i'm not stopping now. i'm hillary clinton,
this is 8 newsnow, weekend edition ((sharie johnson)) > pope francis had another whirlwind day in mexico. as c-b-s reporter adriana diaz show us... it included an outdoor mass and a visit to a children's hospital. pope francis visited a children's hospital in mexico city where he gave a sick boy medicine. displaying his affection for the young, he asked the children to pray for him. a young girl serenaded the pope
mexico city has been pope francis' hub since he arrived - from here he's taking daily trips around the country. earlier in the day, the holy father traveled by helicopter to ecatepec, one of mexico city's poorest and most violent suburbs. there he celebrated an outdoor mass before more than 300,000, the largest event on his six day historic visit. in his homily, the pope urged mexicans to build a society with equal opportunity for all. (nats of people cheering) an estimated two million people lined his motorcade route, many balloons. it's amazing! amazing, i'm nervous! ad: why did you like him? porque te gusto? yz: porque andaba en un carro blanco y a mi me gusto tu carro ad: you liked his car? te gusto su carro? yz: si! tomorrow, pope francis flies to the region of chiapas
on mexico's southern border. ad, cbs news, mexico city. ((sharie johnson)) concerned about the zika virus, mexican officials started aerial anti-mosquito spraying and house-to-house fumigation to protect the pope from the disease. /// ((sharie johnson)) > it's a chocolate dessert... with a hefty price tag. the reason this after dinner dish...
now, nevada's first choice for news, this is 8 newsnow, weekend edition ((sharie johnson)) > dozens of cars... trucks and semis collided today in a series of crashes along a stretch of highway in indiana. authorities believe between 40 and 50 vehicles were involved... on a 2-mile stretch of interstate 65. police are still investigating what led to the crash, but there was heavy snow in the area at the time. a number of injuries were reported, but state police say the most serious was a broken leg. /// ((sharie johnson)) > the freezing cold weather is also reaching into new york. take a look at this... a fountain in manhattan's bryant park is frozen solid. winds gusts this morning made it feel like 10 below in some parts... while others reported 19 below. mayor bill de blasio urged everyone to stay inside... and only go outside for short periods with a lot of layers.
toss to tony for weather ((tony smith)) < i'm a 8 news now meteorologist tony smith with your weather now forecast - warm and dry weather will continue through wednesday. breezy north winds will continue across the lower colorado river valley into monday. -------------------------------- ---- in a nutshell, a pacific storm system will move through the region late wednesday and
and potentially significant snow to the southern sierra. chances of precipitation will increase across the area on thursday, especially for the southern great basin. drier and slightly cooler conditions are expected for the end of the week. -------------------------------- ---- models continue to converge on the evolution of the trough as it approaches the area, with precip breaking out in the sierra by wednesday evening. though the duration is short, strong ascent associated with jet dynamics and a moisture surge will possibly produce decent snow totals in the higher elevations of the sierra. snow levels will be quite high to begin with (8000+ feet) but will rapidly lower as the trough axis approaches. models also showing decent agreement on precip spreading into the southern sierra by 6am
shadowing is expected owing to the favorable orientation of midlevel flow. inherited pops looked quite good and only made minor changes through the end of the short term forecast. -------------------------------- ----- overnight: partly cloudy, with a low around 52. north northwest wind 11 to 14 mph, with gusts as high as 20 mph. washington's birthday: sunny, with a high near 76. north northeast wind around 9 mph. monday night: mostly clear, with a low around 51. north northwest wind around 8 mph. tuesday: sunny, with a high near 77. calm wind. tuesday night: mostly clear, with a low around 50. calm wind becoming west around 5 mph in the evening. wednesday: mostly sunny, with a high near 78. wednesday night: mostly cloudy, with a low around 58. thursdaypartly sunny, with a high near 71. thursday nightpartly cloudy, with a low around 47. fridaymostly sunny, with a high near 72. friday nightpartly cloudy, with a low around 48. saturdaymostly sunny, with a high near 74. saturday night: partly cloudy, with a low around 49. sunday: sunny, with a high near 71. remember, your 8 weather now team have you covered on lasvegasnow.co m anytime. make it a great day everyone. > ((sharie johnson)) > it's the perfect vaantine's day
tag. a boston restaurant is serving up this chocolate dessert costing 75-thousand dollars. but it's not an after dinner inside... a five carat solitaire ring... engagement. as for the cake... spongecake... encased in a chocolate orb. /// ((sharie johnson)) > clark county is beginning work on a traveled road... and that means it could affect your morning commute. demitria obilor tells us what to watch out for in tonight's traffic report. > this past wednesday, county crews started work at the flamingo/mcleod intersection. it's a sewer project. no through traffic is allowed on mcleod at flamingo right now. there's a variety of lane closures on flamingo including some left-turn lane restrictions.
to see a lot of cones for the county's widening/flood control project. it's going to take a bout 15 months for crews to finish up this project. expect overnight lane closures through most of next week. i've been warning you guys about this and i will continue to give you updates. tune in tomorrow morning from four to seven am. i'll be talk all about this, trust me!///
joins us now with a look at a big event across town.... ((jon tritsch)) an event with international flavor..the mayor's cup soccer tournament continues to draw from all over the world tonight we hear from two asian teams who are making the most of their journey to our city plus we debut the vegas five.. a recap of the top moments from our local sports week..we'll be right back. ///
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. he'll keep us safe. he's
a president - a commander in chief. jeb bush. best prepared to be commander in chief. right to rise usa
narrator: for speaking truth to power in china... women's rights are human rights. narrator: and having the fortitude to keep
government out of women's personal healthcare decisions. planned parenthood action fund endorses hillary clinton. just like the league of conservation voters for her bold plan to attack climate change. and the human rights campaign fund... because hillary believes only love should decide which two people can marry. not just a progressive. a progressive who gets results. i'm hillary clinton,
this is 8 newsnow, weekend edition ((jon tritsch) >the mayor's cup corner- kicked up buzz all over las vegas..youth soccer packed into a monster weekend.. a place where salt lake city plays south korea..tennesse e takes on tokyo. this year we caught up with two teams from the other side of the pacific.. hundreds of teams..thousand s of players one show-stopping city. (daekyu kim/south korea):"i love the setting of this tournament. like the mountains, desert and all the family and friends. they come and watch" the tournament has international appeal..
miles for a unique opponent (ricky fujioka/tokyo mustangs) "well we've only been playing with japanese people and we're in las vegas and get to play with american people which is a really good experience for me." las vegans may be wearing layers and searching for sun...but south korea's chadwick international is pretty sure they've found the desert (ryo tarokanesaka/chad wick international, south korea): "i love the high- intensity games. it's a different weather. obviously, korea is always cold. it's hard to play because sometimes it snows." the korean kids came for the competition..but not the bad habits (daekyu kim/chadwick international, south korea): "south korea is really conservative. what i mean by that is: they don't allow casino, drinking, smoking to the little people/little kids like us. however, when i arrived here, i went downtown at the hotel and i saw a lot of casino stuff and i was just kind of surprised and amused by that." some americans don't like their odds at playing soccer..our asian friends are
tarokanesaka/chad wick international, south korea): "it's just the people spring slots. they lose but they still have fun. i don't know? it's just weird." winning is great..but nothing beats making memories acoss the world with your friends.. (ricky fujioka/tokyo mustangs): "it's like a one-time experience and i think that we're lucky to be able to play here.") /// ((jon tritsch)) > tonight..it's exciting to debut the vegas five..it's the end of the week and we're fortunate big moments and plays happen in this town.. but here are the five that left the biggest impact we begin on a sad note.. southern nevada sports hall of famer rich abajian (uh-badge-in) passed away at the age of 62.. rich played football at nevada..coached for the rebels and left his imprint on the community the mls made a splash at cashman field on saturday.. gyassi zardes scorched the back of the net for the only goal of the game as the la galaxy beat the san jose earthquakes 1-0 in front of 7000+ people we go to the high school ranks and see the nation's top jr. recruit troy brown rock the rim
brown's centennnial bulldogs are one of the top teams in the state playoffs on saturday unlv's jalen poyser came off the bench and lit up colorado state for a career high 19 points.. a much needed jolt of energy for an injured rebels team derrick jones is a highlight waiting to happen.. the rebel freshman attacked opponents on the offensive end and defensive side of the ball.. the freshman's electrifying plays were critical to unlv going 2-0 this week in conference play..jump man jones is a sight to see ((sharie johnson)) > thanks jon. /// ((sharie johnson)) > getting ready for the grammy awards. year... that will give viewers a whole new prespective during the show. ///
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. where women receive equal pay and a living wage is paid to all.
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,
fu panda three" was a distant second, raking in close to 20- million dollars. and rounding off the top three... the romantic comedy "how to be single" ... bringing nearly 19-million dollars. /// ((sharie johnson)) > the biggest names in music are getting ready for tomorrow's grammy awards. four-time nominee "alabama shakes" are tuning up for their performance for the big show. the southern rockers are up for the big prize - "album of the year." "alabama shakes" joins a diverse lineup of performers from across musical genres... and it will be hosted by l-l cool-j. this year, the trophy is outfitted with "a grammy cam" --- which will capture video from the winner's circle. (( ll cool j/grammy host, "when the grammy award is given to an artist you will literally be in the hands of your favorite artist, you'll see their point of view and their perspective from the stage." )) ((sharie johnson)) two-time nominee miguel will take the
jackson. miguel is performing a cover of "she's out of my life" celebrating the reissue of jackson's 1979 album, off the wall. the 58th annual grammy awards airs tomorrow night here on channel 8. /// ((sharie johnson)) > thanks for watching 8 news now at 11. 8 news now this morning starts at 4-am. and, for news anytime, just go to las vegas now dot com.
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