tv 8 News Now Sunday Morning CBS January 24, 2016 8:00am-8:30am PST
parts of the south with ice. in the nation's capital... high winds caused whiteout conditions. the snow fell so fast that crews couldn't clear roads...and officials warned that could slow emergency response times. ((mayor muriel bowser: our interests is in our public safety being able to move our first responders and getting the city back open. )) ((patranya bhoolsuwan)) a travel ban has been lifted in new york and baltimore... many flights are still affected by the storm... and two washington d-c airports are likely to stay closed today./// ((patranya bhoolsuwan)) here in las vegas....several flights out of mccarran have been cancelled or delayed due to the east coast storm. as we take a look outside, the weather here not starting off mild for your sunday. ashley conroy has your first look at the forecast. (( )) here's our weather headlines -- we're expecting sunnier/drier conditions for today -- we had those cloudy, almost gloomy skies yesterday -- we are going to be seeing some windy conditions for today and
also gusty winds at lee canyon -- temperatures will be right around average and getting warmer by mid- week. ............................... some of our neighborhood temps for today -- summerlin you'll be right around 61, green valley 62 degrees, anthem 61 degrees also -- centennial hills right around 60. we'll have much in the full forecast and how our local weather is shaping up for today. ((patranya bhoolsuwan)) > police want your help to identify the man who they say prompted an officer to open fire on the strip. authorities released this picture of the suspect who's now behind bars... but so far they haven't been able to learn his real name. police shot at him on friday night...after they say he was pointing a gun at people. officers fired but missed the suspect but hit a child in the leg instead. if you know the suspect's
crime- stoppers/// ((patranya bhoolsuwan)) > today...a new apartment and retail structure will break ground downtown. the project is going up at fremont and 9th... there will be 231 apartment units and 15- thousand square feet of retail space./// ((patranya bhoolsuwan)) > a big announcement expected from the public utilities commission... the message that solar customers want to hear tomorrow. and growing a local business... the medical marijuana company recruiting in the valley today... and what kind of candidates they are looking for.// ((patranya bhoolsuwan)) > a job
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that job fair is at the palms from 10 to 5./// ((patranya bhoolsuwan)) > tomorrow... the nevada public utilities commission is expected to decide whether to consider a proposal to "grandfather" rates for solar users who bought their systems in years past. the puc recently increased rates to customers... who use net metering... which sells back extra solar energy to the utility. many customers are upset with the p-u-c's decision../// ((patranya bhoolsuwan)) > education officials in nevada are looking into a registration system... to help college students get into the classes they need to graduate on time. the system would let students to compare classes at seven public colleges in nevada. staff members will be estimating the funding and manpower the system would need... a proposal will be given to regents in march./// ((patranya bhoolsuwan)) > it's expected to be a busy day at the sports books... today,we will find out which teams will be playing in the super bowl new england plays denver right here on 8 news now...
and "the nfl today" pregame show begins at 11. arizona and carolina are set for a 3-40 kickoff./// ((patranya bhoolsuwan)) > and 8 new now is giving away 25-hundred dollars...during our special newscast right after the super bowl game. to enter.. just head to our website... las vegas now dot com and click the banner at the top./// ((patranya bhoolsuwan)) > getting residents in flint, michigan, the help they need. thousands of people...unable to drink poisoned tap water. the latest effort to help...and how you can join in./// ((patranya bhoolsuwan)) > welcome back...
things over to ashley conroy with what we can expect in our forecast. (( )) hi, good sunday morning to you. our almanac showed we reached that high of 56 degrees yesterday -- our normal high 59, just below our average. but certainly no where near our record high of 76 set back in 1948 -- that would be more like spring outside. .............................. for today, mostly sunny skies with a high near 60 degrees -- we can expect those daytime temps to be anywhere from low 40's to upper 50's by 5 o'clock this evening -- also we'll have some breezy conditions today. ............................. we've been tracking this mega storm on the east coast and some areas have gotten snow accumulatitins in feet -- there's also blizzard conditions they've seen through the overnight hours. ............................ back here in the west -- we do have some weather that we've seen all around us -- some wintry mix we've seen in lincoln county -- also moving through mohave county in arizona -- and plenty of snow in utah.
we are looking at a couple of systems in the pacific expecting to reach the pacific northwest later this week -- but as for southern nevada -- we have a high pressure system moving through and we'll expect to see drier conditions to start our week. ............................... ...... mount charleston... a high of 40 degrees -- great day to get up there. be looking for mostly sunny skies -- and some gusty conditions. ............................. great time to mention our ski report. just go to lasvegasnow.co m check out the latest ski conditions in arizona, california, colorado. ............................... ..... today a high of 60 degrees, mostly sunny skies -- those winds will be anywhere from 9 to 11 miles per hour. tonight 43 degrees, mostly cloudy skies -- winds will be from the northwest at 5 miles per hour. ................................ 7-day forecast -- windy for the next couple of days -- high in the upper 50's, then reaching the 60's by later in the week -- and low's in the 40's. ((patranya bhoolsuwan)) > people
contiminated with lead...are getting some help...thanks to a crowd-funding campaign. a go-fund-me account has been set up to raise money for bottles of water, water filters, and fresh fruit and vegetables. donors have given hundreds of thousands of dollars so far. the city is also receiving millions of dollars in federal aid./// ((patranya bhoolsuwan)) > get ready to celebrate the new year...vietnames e style! a special event coming up...where you can experience the cultures and cuisine of this southeast asian country.// ((patranya bhoolsuwan)) >
_____have come and gone...but for the vietnamese community, their new year celebration is just around the corner. we are talking about the tet's festival coming in las vegas next weekend. here to tell us about it are the organizers, dr. brian le and mike nguyen. questions: 1) what is this festival all about? 2) what kind of entertainment and food can people expect? 3) where and when 3) where and when is it
watch the game. it will be carried live by cbs and channel 8, but unless something changes in the next few days, the game will be blacked out for cox subscribers, along with everything else that airs on klas. george knapp reports on the contract dispute between klas-tv and cox. here's some real-life daytime drama for you. things are about to get a lot less bold and considerably less beautiful for cox cable customers. after january 29th, cox customers will be blocked from watching their favorite programs on channel 8. the price won't be right in the mornings. and in the evenings, say goodbye to alex trebek's jeopardy brain twisters or vanna white's stylish letter- turns on wheel of fortune the most popular prime time programs on the nation's most watched network will vanish when klas is taken off the menu...the big bang nerds...the sleuths of
'stash. klas g.m. lisa howfield does not want to be on the air talking about this. lisa howfield/ klas general manager: i'm doing this because i don't want viewers to go to their tv and turn it on next saturday morning or late friday night and find out we're not there. but, she says, it looks like that's where things are headed. it means nevada's most watched local news station, 8 news now, would be gone. this sunday's 60 minutes will be the last for cox subscribers....a nd if no agreement can be reached soon, the biggest television event of the year...super bowl 50..will not be carried by cox, which is the service provider for about half of all viewers in southern nevada. cox customers would have to make other arrangements..s witch to another provider or try your luck with rabbit ears. lisa: if you are a cox customer and don't make arrangements, there's a very good chance you will not
like other cable systems, cox pays fees to rebroadcast original content. the biggest chunk of your monthly cable bill goes to pay for espn...8 bucks a month per customer....t.n.t gets 1.65 per customer. local providers, including klas and the other network affiliates, get a tiny fraction of that, even though the local stations are the biggest draw for cable systems. howfield says, after 5 months of intense negotiations, cox is unwilling to pay a fraction of what channel 8's programming generates for the cable company. lisa: it's crazy. broadcasters bring about 35% of the audiences to any given cable system around the country and we get around 12% of those retransmission revenues. ... we're asking for a fraction of that.... howfield says cox stormed out of the last negotiation session and is unwilling to budge, even though the other local providers...incl uding satellite companies..alre ady agreed to a deal.
but in a statement the company said it is willing to pay more but thinks that the demands made by nexstar, the parent company for klas, are "unreasonable". howfield is asking that klas viewers contact cox and urge them to settle this lisa: we're really upset at this point. we don't want our viewers to have to go through this but we're really at the point where we need people to rally around us and help us out on this. george knapp 8 news now > ((patranya bhoolsuwan)) on our website, we have posted information about how you can reach out to cox either by phone or social media. you can also read a full statement from klas and comments sent by cox communication s. again, the deadline is january 29th. after that cox will no longer carry any channel 8 programming including this newscast./// patranya bhoolsuwan that's all the time we have for 8 news now this morning.
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>> dickerson: today on "face the nation" a blizzard paralyzes the nation's capital and parts of the northeast but the campaign marchs on. once there's less snow on the campaign trail than there is here in washington. we'll have the latest on the monster storm that pounded the east coast. then just over a week until the iowa caucuses, the candidates are making that final push for support. donald trump is not ending on a modest note. >> i could stand in the middle and shoot somebody i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? >> dickerson: we'll talk to him about that and hear from bernie sanders poised to upset hillary clinton in the hawkeye state. plus, a brand new cbs news battleground tracker tells us how voters are making their final choices. we've got the snow cleared off the satellite, it's all coming up on "face the nation." captioning sponsored by cbs good morning welcome to "face