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this is 8 news now at 6." > ((dave courvoisier)) > we are glad to be back on cox cable. and we want to thank all those viewers for their patience. ((paula francis)) our parent company nexstar reached an agreement with cox this afternoon.. so all your favorite c-b-s shows are back. tonight... a man is dead after being shot inside a car this afternoon at a westcliff. in custody at this point. they say it looked like a planned meetup.. and a fight broke out. the victim was inside the car when he was shot.. he then got out and was shot again. police have been on the scene interviewing witnesses./// ((paula francis)) > a man was killed while waiting at a bus stop. he was hit by a car at west lake mead and rancho. lake mead is shut down in both directions. the man was on a wheelchair when he was hit. police say the car jumped the curb. the driver waited on scene and police say she is co-
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oldest beauty schools in the country...force d to permanently shut down. now hundreds of students here in nevada are left hanging. this follows an investigation by the department of education which uncovered "serious violations" at marinello school of beauty campuses across the u-s including 3 right here in nevada. patranya bhoolsuwan broke the story earlier today and filed this report. < ((patranya bhoolsuwan)) there were people working inside this marinello school of beauty off bonanza and nellis thursday morning...but the doors were locked and no one would talk to us. student amy wile tells 8 news now she just found out today the school is shutting down. ((amy wile /former marinello student: "if there was indication 2 or 3 weeks ago i wouldn't have signed up here.")) ((patranya bhoolsuwan)) wile is among more than 350 students across nevada now left hanging. according to the department of education which pulled the school's federal funding this week... all 56 marinello campuses nationwide are affected. ((gary landry/nv board of
doing something not legal from accounting standpoint.")) ((patranya bhoolsuwan)) the allegations include marinello knowingly requesting federal aid for students based on invalid high school diplomas, under- rewarding titile 4 money to students... and charging students excessive overtime. gary landry says the students who will hurt most are those mid- way into the program. ((gary landry/nv board of cosmetology: "they are going to take more hours and whether they are funded for that or pay out of pocket that's going to be another thing they are going to face.")) ((patranya: "marinello is one of the oldest beauty schools in the country...here in nevada, all 3 branches have to be closed by february 16th.")) as for wile, she's already looking into other local beauty schools and hoping for the best. ((amy wile/former student: "you are putting all this money in it..for a career so you can better yourself you just never know.")) ((patranya bhoolsuwan)) patranya bhoolsuwan 8 news now.// ((dave courvoisier)) > in a letter to students, marinello calls the department of education's decision "unfounded and unprecedented". officials say they are hosting meetings next week to help students with paperwork to transition to other schools. ((paula francis)) > and it is shaping up to be another chilly
tedd florendo has your most- accurate weather now forecast... tedd... >nice day today with some afternoon clouds streaking through. more clearing expected through the evening and we get a little chilly overnight. cool conditions this afternoon and winds still remain light for the most part. warmer than yesterday at this time. ............................... ......... weather headlines say expect warming for the weekend and nice for superbowl sunday. breezy winds will pick up again though and we'll tell you when. 70's in the forecast for next week and feeling more like march. ............................... .......... here's the forecast for tonight. mostly clear skies this evening and chilly. we go from near 50 at 7 to mid 40's by 8 news now at 11. more on your forecast coming up. ((dave courvoisier)) > u-s secretary of defense ash carter visited nellis air force base today during red flag training. carter spoke with service members about the importance of military maintenance personell...beca use they help maintain force readiness.
defense budge request which includes around one- billion dollars for additional air force training over the next five years. as for how nellis could be impacted by those funds... carter says the installation is a vital location for the goverment to focus defense dollars. (( us secretary of defense ash carter "this place is incrediably important to our airforce, now and into the future. therefore, you can expect an increase in investments in the quality of the range and the intensity of the training, the number of exercises conducted here.)) ((dave courvoisier)) nellis air force base will be holding four separate red flag training exercises this year which costs a total of 35-million dollars.// ((paula francis)) > backlash for big game hunters. the i-team's george knapp takes a look at the seminars at a safari club international convention in las vegas.. and gives his take on the whole event...
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news music > ((dave courvoisier)) > the safari club international convention is in town. 20,000 members and vendors are meeting to talk about the business of trophy hunting. and while they're here, they will auction the rights to hunt hundreds of animals on several continents. in tonight's street talk commentary, george knapp looks into the safari club's posted agenda. ((george knapp)) >the safari club is in las vegas this week, offering fun for the whole family, that is, if your whole family likes to kill animals. mostly, it seems, the fun is reserved for dads....dads with wads of money to spend. the annual convention is a huge money maker for the safari club because they auction off the chance to kill all kinds of animals all over the world. trophy hunters are not the same as the average joe with a hunting license. based on the costs, i'd guess a lot of them are bankers, ceo's, lawyers, and physicians.
valued at 52,000 dollars...if you want to kill deer in new zealand, that will run you about 90,000... a cape buffalo in tanzania costs about the same as a sable in south africa...right around 58 grand....and if you'd like to gun down bears in alaska...both brown and black, that's worth a cool 80 g's. chump change to a wall street guy who wants a fierce head on his wall. oh, you can also bid on a 100,000 dollar pair of mammoth tusks, but what's the fun in that? the mammoth is already dead. the highlight of the convention is the seminars where studly alpha males learn all about the beauty and majesty of killing all kinds of critters...there s one on how to bag more birds....one on gutless gutting....and one on why shooting elephants is really good for the elephants. let's see a show of tusks. how many elephants agree with that logic. anyone? the title of this one mentions "complete penetration". i wondered if maybe it was
with those long lonely nights on the serengeti, but it's about how to make sure your arrow goes all the way through the body of a lion or leopard. there are daily sessions on how to encourage more women to pull the trigger. made me wonder if the organizers have thought this through because the women who've told me what they think of safari club might aim at something other than wild game..... this is an excellent course...what wine to pair with your dead prey. . say you're a dentist who's just poached and beheaded a beloved and protected lion. you don't want to drink white or rose when you toast your conquest. that calls for a bold red. the most interesting seminar is one that teaches how to answer the critics of trophy hunting. trophy hunting is moral, virtuous, and honorable the instructor says. the instructor is a lawyer, and if he can convince people that this kind of hunting is moral and virtuous, he should be working for bill cosby, not teaching a seminar. i get the idea of hunting for food. and also to prevent disease or
but i dont get the thrill of traveling to the other side of the planet to shoot a lion or a rhino or an elephant just so you can put its head on your wall and prove to your buddies what a studly dude you must be. trophy hunters will argue that they support conservation and local economies. but studies show that in the long run eco- tourists will spend a lot more to see animals that are alive than dead. and i'm not convinced that these hunters are spending this much dough because they really care about the economic well being of africans. one other seminar caught my attention,,,how scent stimulates the reproductive cycle....trophy hunters should pay attention because when the women in their lives realize what they're up to, this seminar might be the last time they get anywhere near the reproductive cycle. i'm george knapp. ((paula francis)) > and many of you went to our facebook page to share your thoughts on the safari club convention. cheri suydam said: trophy
it is one thing to hunt for food and another just for sport. just for the thrill of killing some majestic creature! and sylvia byrd said: if you want to shoot something, use a camera. this way it will last forever and be there again next year. you can weigh in with your opinion on our 8 news now facebook page./// ((dave courvoisier)) > dishing on the half-time show: (( we figured we would play our number ones.. then fill the other ten minutes... )) chris matthius tells us what to expect out of cold play.. and how nfl officials are trying to deal with a string of counterfeiters in san
tedd florendo ((>cool conditions right now with temps in the 50's this afternoon and chilly weather expected tonight. slightly warmer than yesterday at this time. skies clearing more overnight with passing clouds early. .............................. low to mid 50's by afternoon and chilly up on mount charleston. milder for the east part of the valley where we're lower in elevation and cooler for the northwest sections and foothills. chilly and cold temps expected in kyle canyon again by morning. ............................... regional temps in the mid 50's from mesquite all the way down to laughlin where we're milder. mild also for death valley and cold again for tonopah and ely this afternoon. cold readings again expected
............................... ... superbowl forecast looks good. here's the update 66 now with sunny skies. we could have some breezes on sunday, but gusty more for the colorado river. sunny and nice for that sunday which airs here on channel 8. ............................... ....... east coast getting slammed with more rain. we had reports of flooding in georgia and the carolinas. this front will continue to move up the coast and mix with the colder air from the north. rain snow line will drop and this precip will change over to snow tonight through tomorrow down the i-95 corridor bringing more snow for the mid atlantic and up to maine. it will be fast so many just up to 5 inches or more ............................... .............. locally no radar echoes, but we do have clouds coming in. they will clear more tonight. high pressure will dominate the region this weekend into next week. sending any storms to north. we stay dry and warmer into the
............................... ....................... 38 the low by morning and chilly. not as cold under mostly clear skies. tomorrow expect a high of 58 sunny and milder. near average temps with some north breezes between 5 and 15. stronger gusts in the colorado river valley. .......................................d to high 50's tomorrow with 's overo the east side of valley. these shou be more noticeablywarremps but if not tomorrowdefily thiwkend.............................. .............. extended fecast shows sunnyskies for the much the weekenand next week. each day get warmer eventuallyto the 70's and we stay dry. no chances for shower as of right now.
news music voice over: "from 8 news now this is sports with chris maathuis. > ((chris maathuis)) as the big game approaches, more and more con artists will hit the streets hoping to dupe customers out of thousands of dollars with fake merchandise the nfl had a display of fake merchandise on hand you couldn't tell the real from the fake. from expensive rings to all
since the super bowl is a haven for such illegal activity, the nfl is warning fans to beware, especially when buying tickets to the game. they say there are a few things to look out for from tx's to merchandise ((dolones dibella: nfl as you can see the front of the ticket includes a photographic background with grays metallica parents on the back of each ticket is a true hologram this year with the skyline san francisco the gold 50 and the commemorative football thermochromatic inkis used on the graphic on the lower part of the ticket back the super bowl 50 logo will fade when heat is applied and will reappear when heat is removed." sarah saldanau.s. immigration & customs director "locally even just this past week and additional 49 seizures of over 12,000 items with a market sales price of almost $470,000" )) they say criminal activity follows the money so there is
than any other sport this game has come a long way. for super bowl number one the halftime entertainment was marching bands now its the world's most popular musical acts the band coldplay will play for 12 minutes and beyonc will also be on stage sunday the group met with media today. trust me there weren't many football related questions ((chris martin coldplay "my question is how do you fit 16 years of music into just 12 minutes because as a superfan i need yellow want to clock set it magic on a fix you don't panic i need adventure of a lifetime anne there's no time for beyonc are you gonna do it we decided will play all her number ones and then work how to fill the other 10 minutes no it's true though" )) lady gaga will sing the national
product on the market promises you can fix virtually anything in your home in about 5 seconds flat ... and it will cost you less than 15 bucks to make it happen. ((paula francis)) but does the 5 second fix really work? we asked 8 on your side consumer advocate michelle mortensen to put it to the "try it before you buy it" test. ((michelle mortensen)) > this is one popular "as seen on t-v" product. it promises to fix .. fill and seal anything in seconds and that it's so strong ... you could use it to tow a truck. and yes ... we do put that to the test. < ((when making repairs on a job site they use welding tools ... but you wouldn't try that on a pair of glasses at home unless you had the 5 second fix )) the 5 second fix doesn't look like much. in fact ... it looks like the sonic screw driver from doctor who. but it promises to do a lot ...
fill and seal anything. it's so strong ... it can tow a truck! but how am i gonna test that? i'm gonna need a professional. someone like rick dale from t-v's american restorations ((:33 remember back in the day when things were made by hand work... my name is rick dale .. and i bring these things back to life. )) lucky for me .. he's based right here in vegas .. and he was up for the challenge. ((michelle: alright rick, thank you so much for helping us out here today. i can tell you are not only a restoration pro but a tv pro because you came prepared. rick: yeah, everything is broken and ready. )) ((michelle: so are you a directions kind of guy? rick: nope)) so we just got right to it... on this piece of dyecast. rick uses it alot and he says it can't be fixed. can the 5 second fix work it's magic. we use the magic glue ... and shine the light for 5 seconds ... and ... ((michelle: whatcha think? ohhh ... i was getting excited there for a minute))
moved it )) but rick did say diecast was tough.... and it wasn't in the infomercial. sunglasses were however. ((michelle: i mean we didn't do an awesome job ..rick it's still lose ... maybe we need to take it to a tanning bed. )) but in the end no amount of fake and bake would help. ((rick: it's stuck michelle: well it was till you pulled it off )) normal we'd pack it up ... go home and call this sucker a dud. but not today ... ((rick: i can't beleive they actually tested a cable...michelle: i think we should try it because it would be fun. )) we were determined to fix this broken cable and tow a truck ((michelle: are you ready for this? )) and we almost did. ((rick: and then ...michelle: ohhhhhhhhh )) with that ... we can call it. the 5 second fix is a dud. ((rick: i wished we could have done a burn out .. michelle: i know ..
trucks ...)) next time, rick. next time. > ((michelle mortensen)) > we got the 5 second fix at frys for about 10 bucks .. with try it before you buy it .. i'm michelle mortensen dave courvoisier > thanks for watching for 8 news now at 6. we're always on at las vegas now dot com and our app ... along with facebook and twitter. this is the "jeopardy!" college championship. here are today's contestants --