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((paul joncich)) > a valley father has been arrested... after his 12- year-old son took his own life. 31-year old olin manuel faces charges of child abuse with substantial bodily harm resulting in death and possession of firearm by prohibited person. the shooting happened on february 13th... near buffalo and vegas drive. according to metro... when officers arrived on scene... they found the boy suffering from a gunshotound. he died at the hospital. investigators believe the injury was self inflicted. the gun used belonged to the boys father. he was arrested on wednesday... and booked into c- c-d-c. /// ((denise valdez)) > two suspects
say the duo kidnapped a woman this morning. it happened at a home near cheyenne and fort apache. the investigation lead police to three different crime scenes. 8 news now reporter karen castro is live near rainbow and alexander road with a breakdown of how the incident unfolded. ((karen castro)) the kidnapping investigation lead police to this home where the two suspects where located. a woman was taken into custody. however, a man ran away and forced his way into a home a street over. here he is being taken into custody. he was loaded into an ambulance on a gurney while wearing a spit mask. but this all started four miles away. at a home near cheyenne and fort apache. a woman claims she was kidnapped and was being held against her will at a home in the 34-hundred block of martin hall drive. police say she was able to escape and ran to a neighbor's home who let her in and called
when police officers arrived, they blocked off nearby streets, thinking the suspects may still be inside. swat was called in but police did not find the suspects. but the investigation lead detectives to a home in the 4100 block of broadriver. near rainbow and alexandria road. this is where police caught up with the two suspects. one surrendered, the other ran away. ((jesse roybal - metro pd: additional foot pursuit ensued where the suspect went through multiple yards, went on numerous roof tops of residence and eventually made entry into an innocent person's home. detectives that were right there on the scene, they were able to take that suspect into custody, without any injury.)) ((karen castro)) again, here's that suspect being taken into custody. police say there was at least one person inside the home where the suspect was found. they were also able to escape unharmed. ((karen castro)) police have not released the name of the
the victim. investigators say the victim is doing okay and is cooperating with the investigation. reporting live, karen castro, 8 news now. ((denise valdez)) karen, did police say how the victim managed to get away? ((karen castro)) they would not provide details because it is a ongoing investigation. but neighbors tell us the victim went door to door, frantically ringing the doorbell until someone answered and they called police. ((paul joncich)) toss to weather >a lot calmer than yesterday that's for sure. >a lot calmer than yesterday that's for sure. gusts still around in some parts of the region, but not the
warmer temps by afternoon too with numbers back inthe 70's. definitely warmer than yesterday at this time. ............................... ... regional temps are warmer in phoenix and tucson the farther > metro is looking for the people behind a shooting on the strip that left two people dead this morning. ((paul joncich)) it started in the parking garage of planet hollywood's miracle mile shops... and ended in the valet area of the cosmopolitan. sharie johnson has the latest on the shooting and strip safety in general: this morning's shooting is the latest of several acts of violence on the strip that has law enforcement concerned: police say shortly after one this morning several people were
parking garage of the miracle mile shops. after security broke up the fight... the people involved left in 2 separate cars. minutes later a shooting at harmon and aldebaran avenue.. that's right by the panorama towers.. when police arrived they found a woman shot.. then they were notified another woman and man drove to the valet at cosmopolitan with gun shot wounds. both women died and the man is recovering at the hospital. there have been several incidents like this that have killed even more people, disrupting safety and scaring tourists. we talked to a former metro police officer who says the scope of crime on the strip is broad: ((tommy burns, police & security consultant: ug sales, pickpocets, things of that nature, the clubs get out anywhere from 3- 4am and so you have people looking to )) tommy burns is a police and
henderson police chief with 26 years in law enforcement. he says prostitutes, pimps and thugs often prey on tourists. metro is asking for your help finding a dark gray 2015 toyota camry driven by a black male in his early 20's connected to this incident. reporting live, sharie johnson, 8newsnow./// ((paul joncich)) > happening right now. democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton is speaking in las vegas. . ((denise valdez)) the former secretary of state is at the del sol academy holding a youth town hall.
day in washington d- c... as thousands turn out to c... as thousands turn out to remember anthony scalia. ((denise valdez)) how mourners are paying respect to the late supreme court justice. /// ((paul joncich)) virgin galactic has unveiled a new spaceship... that could someday take tourists into orbit. the safety measures the company has added to the vessel... to prevent another deadly crash. ///
silver state school credit union... our teacher of the game is star golia mrs. golia started teaching in 1977. she retired once, but her love of the profession brought her back. and for the first time is teaching an autism class and she's lovin' it. golia; "if you can bring that special uniqueness out in those kids and make them shine, i mean what more... it's working, the kids are shinning stars. golia; "last year they wouldn't say two words, now they're going up to people and saying hello." all that she does is for the kids.. they called themselves the knights, this year the pirates... next year. golia; "next year we're going to be super heros, that's my theme next year the super heros." they already are... and for that we honor you.. after all these years, you are the teacher of the game. golia; "it's kind of like the icing on the cake, i'm sorry.. don't be... we're honored as are your
((paul joncich)) > he spent years arresting people for it.. ((denise valdez)) and now a former valley cop is starting a career in providing people that very same thing. we're talking about medical marijuana.. up next we'll tell you what prompted a complete 180 in his stance on the controversial topic./// announcer: now nevada's first
> it is a somber day in the nation's capital, where thousands visited the supreme court to pay respects to justice antonin scalia. ((paul joncich)) as c-b-s news correspondent weijia jiang explains... he served nearly 30 years on the bench before passing away last saturday. president obama and the first lady arrived at the supreme court friday afternoon... to pay their respects to the late justice antonin scalia. scalia's body arrived hours before, in a flag-draped casket... surrounded by his former law clerks. scalia's son, father paul scalia, led a service inside the court chamber. (father paul scalia/scalia's son) "our father, who art in heaven, hallowed be thy name." denise and kevin o'donnell traveled from philadelphia for
(kevin o'donnell/mourner) "despite all of the rancor that's going on with all of the politics going on, it was nice to be able to just see something done with a lot of respect and a lot of honor." (denise o'donnell/mourner) "i think that's the thing that kind of moved us both to take advantage of this and come down because he was a man of faith. and he lived it. and he practiced it." (weijia jiang/cbs news/the supreme court) the line to get into the supreme court wraps around the block--twice. visitors are here from across the country... many say they didn't agree with scalia's views, but still admired his work. (hilary minor/mourner) "i'm a lawyer so i really respect the justices and the offices they hold. he really, i thought, did a lot for bringing the public into the court." friends and colleagues describe scalia as being "larger than life"... a conservative, controversial justice...and one of the most influential...eve r. weijia jiang, cbs news, the supreme court. ((paul joncich)) > president obama will not attend the funeral service tomorrow morning.
president biden to represent the administration because he has a personal relationship with the scalia family. /// ((paul joncich)) > the author who wrote the iconic book to kill a mockingbird passed away today. harper lee published the book in the 19- 60's... and received the pulitzer prize. the novel was about a girl nicknamed scout growing up in a depression-era southern town. in the book... a black man was wrongly accused of raping a white woman, and scout's father, the resolute lawyer atticus finch, defends him despite threats and the scorn of many. harper lee was 89 years old. /// toss to weather tedd florendo >back to some nice clear skies again with calmer winds today. still some locals seeing a southwesterly breezy this afternoon, but not as strong as yesterday. this evening turns nice with
conditions but not cold as we head through the evening. we're also warmer than we were yesterday at this time. ............................... ............... afternoon temps jumped back into the 70's late day. compare that to what we had yesterday with all the clouds and cooler 60's for the high. we didn't even reach 70 for many neighborhoods yesterday. today the 70's returned and it looks like they'll stay a while. ............................... .............. regional temps also brought 70's back with some 80's in a few locals. warmest spots obviously were in the laughlin and death valley late day, with cooler to chilly
the central great basin. ............................... ......... weekend forecast lookds good. plenty of sun with temps in the mid 70's from saturday through monday. expect some breezes on sunday and early week but otherwise and above average weekend temperature wise. ............................... ........... u.s. temps show the warmth now down to the southern plains. dallas at 76 by afternoon. those areas there have to worry about high fire dangers. cold weather sticking around to the east with new york a couple of digits about the freezing mark this afternoon and cold conditions in boston. ............................... ............. dry and mainly clear right now with high thing clouds and that's about it. stormy conditions will ride about the high we'll have and be deflected tothe pacific northwest again. they have already had the wettest winter on record. ............................... ................ here's your travelers forecast. 72 in los angeles and sunny. same goes for san francisco at 62. phoenix plenty of sun at 83 and warmerst here. afternoon. ............................... ............ tonight staying chilly by morning under mostly clear skies and light winds for now. tomorrow expect highs back in the 70's again and warmer. light breezes for your saturday and looking nice with pleny of sunshine returning.
for temps since we're typically around 64 for this time of year. ............................... ................. extended forecast shows plenty of mid 70's this coming week with another dry weather pattern. the comfortable 70's will be around with minor changes late week. the weekend looks nice with maybe some breezy late weekend early week, but still looking nice and above average. ((paul joncich)) > they suffered a devastating setback a few years ago. now virgin galactic is anxious to get back up in space. ((denise valdez)) today the company unveils its new commercial spaceship to replace the one destroyed in a devastating crash in 20-14. richard branson's virgin galactic wants to be the world's first commercial space line. that is, the first company to take regular people into space, on a regular basis. today we got a look at spaceship-two. virgin galactic has not had a vehicle since a tragic accident in 20-14 left its spaceship in pieces, and killed one test pilot. the n-t-s-b ruled the cause of the accident to be human error. virgin galactic has made several
spacecraft. (( (dave mackay/ virgin galactic chief pilot) "the actual accident itself was caused by a control being moved when it -- shouldn't have been done. and we've implemented a new system, which prevents that ever happening again." )) ((denise valdez)) more than 700 customers have already paid 250-thousand dollars for a seat when virgin galactic eventually starts commercial operation. six passengers can fit onboard a flight and will experience about 6 minutes of weightlessness. /// ((paul joncich)) > a fundraiser is taking place tonight to help the family of a fallen officer. ((denise valdez)) how you can get dinner and desert tonight...
for her bold plan to attack
climate change. or the human rights campaign... 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, and i approve this message. you can get dinner and desert while helping the family of a fallen police officer. windy city pizza and nothing
in honor of metro sergeant mike ford. the 20-year veteran of the force died on super bowl sunday. the shops are in henderson off of eastern. the fundraisers runs all day... until closing. the money will go to sergeant ford's family. /// ((denise valdez)) > another major route, littered with cones and barriers. demetria obilor shows you what's happening on east tropicana avenue and when your commute will get back to normal, in "what's driving you crazy?" (( )) demetria obilor: conny asks, "what's up with the 24-hour lane restrictions on tropicana avenue? 24-hour lane restrictions started a couple days ago on tropicana avenue between eastern avenue and mcleod drive. the barriers are expected to be in place through april. ndot says the closures are necessary for its $7.7 million tropicana improvement project. crews will improve four-miles of the road between eastern and
with it, comes new pavement and raised median islands. the entire project is expected to finish up some time in october. hey! what's driving you crazy? send your traffic question to traffic eight at las vegas now dot com. ((paul joncich)) > it's a new challenge for the democratic candidates... going into the first in the west caucus. ((denise valdez)) the two groups clinton and sanders will /// announcer: "now, nevada's first
at 4" ((paul joncich)) > we're less than 24-hours away from the first in the west democratic caucus. in a new national poll... hillary clinton has an 8 point lead over senator bernie sanders in a new national poll. ((denise valdez)) but the race is so close... our state is for grabs. and as c-b-s reporter danielle nottingham explains... nevada will test the candidate's broad appeal to latino voters and labor unions. gladis merino is on the
the 21 year old, born in el salavdor, just became a us citizen.. (gladis merino, clinton supporter) "currently i have a lot of friends who are undocumented and have the talent, the ability to go to college and can't pay for it so that's at stake in this election" clinton and her 9000 volunteers have spent months courting latinos who make up more than 25 percent of nevada's population. clinton addressed immigration at a town hall thursday. (hillary clinton/ msnbc townhall) "i will immediately begin working on the priority legislation that i want the congress deal with right away, and immigration reform will be among those issues" clinton had a big lead here but senator bernie sanders is closing the gap with his message of economic inequality. (danielle and bernie walking) (sanders:) they should be concerned, in america today, people should not be working for nine to ten bucks an hour .and its won over 20 year old isaiah wires. (isaiah wires, sanders supporter) "he's always been for working people, for working families, he's people's
cbs new, las vegas) both candidates have been courting members of the power labor unions who work on the las vegas strip. but the culinary union, nevada's largest union.. is not endorsing a candidate this year. (annette decampos, culinary union member) "it's a tough decision. they have good points both candidates" the union backed 2008 but clinton won the caucuses. danielle nottingham, cbs news, las vegas. ((denise valdez)) the caucuses begin tomorrow morning at 11:00. on tuesday. /// ((denise valdez)) > and many people here are still confused... about how a caucus works. nevada is one of 13 states that uses a caucus instead of a primary election during the presidential cycle. compared to a primary... where you privately cast your vote... a caucus is where you go to a neighborhood location... and publicly support your candidate. when it comes to the democrats.... they literally stand together on one side of the room or the other to be counted. organizers use those numbers to determine the percentage of delegates each candidate gets....
convention. /// ((denise valdez)) > remember 8 news now is your local election headquarters for everything relating to the caucuses and the presidential campaign... we have a full caucus explainer on our website las vegas now dot com. tomorrow watch "your local election headquarters election special" starting at 430pm.. as well as a special presentation of politics now at seven. /// ((paul joncich)) > as for the republicans... today is the last day of campaigning before the polls open in south carolina. donald trump leads in the polls heading into tomorrow's republican primary, but the other candidates are hoping for an upset. cbs's craig boswell is in columbia, south carolina. "we're running late guys..." florida senator marco rubio dashes out of one campaign appearance on his way to another, as he and the other republicans try to woo south carolina voters ahead of tomorrow's primary. senator tim scott says to expect a strong showing. (sen. tim scott/r-sc) "we're going to see a good response tomorrow from the voters, and i think we will be surprised by the results." one surprise could be
narrowed the gap with frontrunner donald trump in the latest poll. cruz - who plans to attend justice antonin scalias's funeral staurday - is reminding voters that it's not just the presidency that's at stake, but the supreme court as well. "we are just one justice away from a radical five- justice liberal majority that will strike down every restriction on abortion across the country and mandate unlimited abortion-on- demand." john kasich is hoping for a strong finish. he closed his rally with a simple message: "if you didn't like me, don't tell anybody." laughter as the campaign enters its final hours, candidates are hoping to sway undecided voters with speeches and a barrage of calls from campaign offices. and in some cases, voters are swaying away from a candidate. cb: "are you undecided now?" jz: "i am between two candidates..." father john zimmerman is a catholic priest who says donald trump's temperament is a problem. "if he really wishes to be a leader, he really needs to learn humility, and how to speak
people." traits trump has not needed at his boisterous rallies. craig boswell, cbs news, columbia, south carolina. ((paul joncich)) > the polls open tomorrow on the east coast at 7:00 a- m... with voting continuing until 7:00 p-m. /// ((denise valdez)) toss to weather a lot calmer than yesterday that's for sure. gusts still around in some parts of the region, but not the annoying winds we had yesterday. warmer temps by afternoon too with numbers back inthe 70's. definitely warmer than yesterday at this time.
regional temps are warmer in phoenix and tucson the farther south you go. los angeles staying cool after some record warmth earlier this week. chilly up in the northern part of the state and in the wasatch. ............................... ...... evening planner shows a pretty tranquil weather tonight. with temps from the 60's to the 50's by late night. winds decreasing more through the night as well. expect even warmer temperatures tomorrow as the weekend looks even better for all you warm weather fans. your full forecast coming up. after a 30 year career and thousands of drug arrests a former las vegas police officer is getting into the medical marijuana business. dave kallas and his partners will open up the apothecarium dispensary tomorrow. and you may be asking yourself what gave kallas the change of heart? he says the change came when he visited san francisco and saw senior citizens and patients with serious medical conditions being treated with respect.... receiving medication without serious side effects.... and getting in- depth consultations from knowledgeable staff. ((
medicial marijuana i believed in may heart of hearts regardless to what i had done in the past and that because it had been legalized by the state legislature that that was a good alternative to what others had only available made available to them at the time" )) ((denise valdez)) the apothecarium will offer classes and outreach tailored to seniors, veterans, cancer survivors and other cannabis patients. the medicine will include marijuana grown using organic, sustainable methods and edibles made by award-winning chefs./// ((paul joncich)) > scammers are looking to get your hard earned money... by telling you... you missed jury duty. ((denise valdez)) the lengths they'll go... to try to trick you... and the one thing that will always give it away as a scam.
((paul joncich)) > an old scam is making a big comeback nationwide. ((denise valdez)) con artists posing as authorities tell people they're going to be arrested for missing jury duty. in many cases the criminals use technology called spoofing to make their number look like it comes from a local court or police department. investigators even discovered prisoners in georgia pulling off the scam from behind bars. but usually the con artists are hard to catch because they demand untraceable payments like paypal, wire transfers or prepaid debit cards. (( (monica vaca/federal trade commission) "when they start demanding money from you over the phone, that's when you know it's a scam")) ((paul joncich)) experts say police departments and courts will never ask for money over the phone. authorities say if you receive one of these scam calls - the best thing to do is hang up. /// ((denise valdez)) > it's no secret that being pregnant can be very stressful time. doctors say too much stress is not a good thing for our bodies. but there are some easy whays to manage stress levels while pregnant that can benifit mother
for example doctors recommend taking some time for yourself. that includes going to a movie, a walk or just finding a quiet place to get away. (((dr. sujatha reddy, m.d/ premier care for women) a couple of things that can help you know relaxation techniques maybe that's a hot cup of tea or a warm bath or learning true breathing techniques that can help you. )) ((denise valdez)) and don't be afraid to ask for help -tell someone just how stressed you're feeling so you don't feel so overburdened.//// ((paul joncich)) > philadelphia police want to help kanye west get out of debt. ((denise valdez)) the offer the department made to the hip-hop that's now going viral. /// announcer: now nevada's first
all of us have a responsibility, to ourselves, to our children, to each other. 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. our children's future is shaped both by the values of their parents and the policies of their nation. it's time to protect
the next generation. fill the lives of our children with possibility and hope. open up the doors so that every child has a chance to live up to his or her god-given potential. i've spent my life fighting for children, families and our country, and i'm not stopping now. i'm hillary clinton,
concert at unlv! ((paul joncich)) brian loftus explains... in this week's what's cool at school. ((brian loftus)) music makers have taken over wallin elementary, as ten students prepare for the 24th annual orff festival over 200 kids from 22 c-c-s-d schools, will soon play u-n- l-v's artemus ham concert hall sydney smith 5th grade "a lot of my friends think there will be a lot of people there, and so it's going to make us nervous, but i think that it's going to be fun and exciting." ((brian loftus)) the kids, counting the days, until they take the stage before that welcoming crowd, including superintendent skorkowsky sydney smith 5th grade "i kind of like having an audience because it gives me something to actually perform for, and it makes me more bold about myself, and confident." ((brian loftus))
performance with high-tech acoustics, lighting, even a green room! each student is primed for the chance to display their talent gabriella kutob 5th grade "some pieces we sing, some pieces we dance a little bit, and some pieces we play the instruments." ((brian loftus)) they are taught from the orff method, based off the musical approach of german composer carl orff....to first find the joy in music, then....layer on the fundamentals ronda greeson music teacher "they experience their music through movement, through singing and dancing, and playing, and they learn all of this actively." ((brian loftus)) both focal points - the joy - and the tools of learning music - has taken hold with these fifth-graders ronda greeson music teacher "many is a child who's been saved because of music " josue aquino 5th grade "i like music and playing the instruments because it is really fun." ((brian loftus)) their skills now a result of countless hours of instrument practice sydney smith 5th grade "i like the xylophone a lot." "i like it has a lot of different notes that you can play, and it's really interesting." ((brian loftus)) their teacher has been moved by
learning performance pieces.... ronda greeson music teacher "i've been known to cry when my kids are doing fabulous things." "this music is pretty hard for ten year olds....frankly it's really very hard." ((brian loftus)) now to unlv, to the concert hall, and the big show! gabriella kutob 5th grade "be confident, smile, and have a great time!" ((brian loftus)) and that's what's cool at school. brian loftus > to vote for this program or if you know something that's cool at school just head to las vegas now dot com.. and click on the community tab. or send us an email... cool at school at las vegas now dot com. the winner will receive 250 bucks for their program./// toss to weather < tedd florendo back to some nice clear skies again with
still some locals seeing a southwesterly breezy this afternoon, but not as strong as yesterday. this evening turns nice with even calmer winds and cool conditions but not cold as we head through the evening. we're also warmer than we were yesterday at this time. ............................... ............... afternoon temps jumped back into the 70's late day. compare that to what we had yesterday with all the clouds and cooler 60's for the high. we didn't even reach 70 for many neighborhoods yesterday. today the 70's returned and it looks like they'll stay a while. ............................... .............. regional temps also brought 70's back with some 80's in a few locals. warmest spots obviously were in the laughlin and death valley late day, with cooler to chilly temps still sticking around in the central great basin. ............................... ......... weekend forecast lookds good. plenty of sun with temps in the mid 70's from saturday through monday. expect some breezes on sunday and early week but otherwise and above average weekend temperature wise. ............................... ........... u.s. temps show the warmth now down to the southern plains. dallas at 76 by afternoon. those areas there have to worry about high fire dangers. cold weather sticking around to the east with new york a couple
mark this afternoon and coldnditions in boston........................................dry and mainly ear right now thigh thing clouds and at's out it.ormy conditions will ride out the hi 'll have and be deflecd tothe pacifrthwest again.they helready had the ttest winter on record. ............................................... re's your travelers focast. in los angeles and sunny.me goes for sanrancisco at .phoenix plenty of sun at 83 andrmerst here. for san diego tomorrow afternoon....................................tonight staying chilly by morning under mostly clear skies and light winds for now. tomorrow expect highs back in the 70's again and warmer. light breezes for your saturday sunshine returning. we're still above average again for temps since we're typically around 64 for this time of year. ................. extended forecast shows plenty of mid 70's this coming week with another dry weather pattern. the comfortable 70's will be around with minor changes late week. the weekend looks nice with maybe some breezy late weekend early week, but still looking nice and above average.
philadelphia police department wants to help kanye west get out of debt... by offering him a job. when sergeant eric gripp heard the artist was in 53-million dollars debt... he decided to help. that's why he photoshopped this picture of kanye... wearing an officer uniform... complete with a name tag with
gripps says it's all in the name of fun... while putting out the message... they need more officers. (( sgt. eric gripp / philadelphia police department, "he says he owes $53 million so the way i calculate it,with our starting salary at 47,920, in 1,106 years, kanye can pay off that debt." )) ((paul joncich)) while kanye has yet to respond to the offer on twitter... the photo has gone viral. as a recruiting effort... the department says it's been a success. /// ((denise valdez)) > a tourist chopper falls out of the air... and into the sea. ((paul joncich)) we'll hear from the good samaritan who jumped into action... to save the people on board. ((denise valdez)) new developments in the case against a boulder city animal shelter. coming up at 5... who is now testifying against the shelter... following allegations that the director was prematurly euthanizing animals for years.///
he went back inside to look for the rest of his family, and never came out again. his wife apparently carried their other two kids to safety. a nine-year-old has severe burns on 90 percent of her body. (( sharon mack/neighbor "it was horrible. the poor little girl. i thought it was soot on her till i turned my hallway light on her. then i realized. her face, her hair, her feet was burned." )) ((paul joncich)) as for the four-year-old boy... he had smoke inhalation and their two-year- old child is o-k. another man also died in the fire. fire officials are still investigating the cause of the fire. /// ((paul joncich)) > american warplanes reportedly struck an isis camp in libya near the tunisian border early this morning - killing dozens of people. this is video of the aftermath of the attack. u-s defense officials say the strikes likely killed a top isis terrorist. the terrorist group has used brutal tactics to make their presence known in libya - carrying out several gruesome beheadings. u-s defense officials estimate over 5-thousand isis fighters are operating in the country. /// ((paul joncich)) > scary images out of hawaii...
out of the air. cellphone video captured the crash. it shows the aircraft hovering shortly before plunging into the water just feet from the shoreline. it then almost immediately overturns. a good samartian jumped into action... in hopes of saving those inside. (( chris gardner, rescuer, "somebody said there's somebody still in the aircraft. so i dove through the pilot's side and the back seat and saw him and then saw the seat, it was twisted." )) ((paul joncich)) the chopper came down near the uss arizona memorial at pearl harbor. all five people onboard were rushed to the hospital... at least one person is in critical condition. the f-a-a says the helicopter, a nearly 40- year-old bell 206 is owned by jeffre gebhard, founder of honolulu-based genesis helicopters. the company's website says it offers sightseeing tours around o'ahu. /// 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. ((paul joncich)) > happening
i've watched as the house across the street has sat empty for over six years. i've watched good friends have their homes foreclosed on. people are still really suffering, and they're looking r somebody that is going to create bold change. wall street gave bad
advice and bad loans over and over again, and nothing happened. people are so excited about bernie sanders because they know that he's not beholden to wall street. we need someone like bernie sanders that's going to fight for the middle class. we have to fix things now. sanders: i'm bernie sanders,
who claims she was kidnapped... escapes from a valley home. how many suspects have been arrested in the case... and where police tracked them down. ((denise valdez)) new information regarding the fbi searches conducted across southern nevada. what more we've learned about who is at the center of the controversy. ((dave courvoisier)) > the democratic caucus.. less than 24 hours away... and candidates are making the final push for support. (( i do need your help tomorrow .. i need your help in the caucus .. )) ((dave courvoisier)) where in the valley hillary clinton and bernie sanders are rallying tonight./// < ((voice over: "now, nevada's first choice for news. this is 8 news now at 5.")) > ((dave courvoisier)) > a woman escapes after being kidnapped... sending police on a massive hunt for her abductors. thanks for joining us... i'm dave courvoisier. ((denise valdez)) i'm denise valdez in for paula tonight. in all, investigators are working three crime scenes in connection to the incident. 8 news now reporter karen castro