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"everywhere" in the valley. in fact, burglaries are up one percent in metro's jurisdiction. ((karen castro)) when you hear about all these home invasions.. you are probably wondering what is the best way to protect your home from intruders? coming up at 5.. we'll tell you some inexpenisive ways plus one important piece of advice that can help too. reporting live, karen castro, 8 news now./// announcer: "now, nevada's first choice for news. this is 8 news now at 4" ((paul joncich)) > it is the biggest day of the 2016 primary season and time for millions of voters in about a dozen states to make their voices heard. ((denise valdez)) we are also hearing from the candidates as they make their case for those last minute votes. craig boswell is watching the action on this crucial day from washington. >donald trump stepped off his private plane and singled out his closest republican rivals at a rally in ohio tuesday. (donald trump/(r) presidential candidate) "i deal with rubio, i deal with cruz. these guys don't know anything, they have no clue what's going
super tuesday map, polls show trump is leading in all but one. (frank luntz/republica n pollster) "he is everything that the republican primary electorate is looking for." but trump's opponents say not so fast. (sen. marco rubio/(r-fl) presidential candidate) "donald trump will be an embarrassment for america and an embarrassment for anyone who supported him." senator ted cruz voted in his home state of texas and made his pitch to voters to support him. (sen. ted cruz/(r-tx) presidential candidate) "if you're among those 65% of republicans that recognize that donald trump would be a disaster as the nominee, then i ask you to join us, even if you're thinking of another candidate."/// ((denise valdez)) > the next big
and florida on march 15th. candidates are already preparing for those elections. secretary clinton along with senator rubio and mr. trump will all be in florida tonight to watch the returns and hold rallies./// ((paul joncich)) > we're "your local election headquarters..." and we've been keeping an eye on voting trends today as the polls close on the east coast. ((denise valdez)) the front runners appear to be doing just as expected... taking big leads in most of the super tuesday states. politics now co-anchor patrick walker is here with results from some of the exit polls. ((patrick walker)) polls have just closed in three states. 595 delegates are up for grabs today for republicans... almost half of the total needed to lock down the nomination. the democratic candidates... hillary clinton and bernie sanders... are fighting for 880 delegates... roughly a third of those needed
it's donald trump's race to lose right now on the g-o-p side. c-n-n exit polling shows anger and discontent with the current state of politics is high... which has driven his campaign thusfar. marco rubio and ted cruz are battling to keep it close. cruz has been expected to win his home state of texas... but trump has been pushing hard there. rubio... meanwhile... has yet to win a state... and has been swinging hard at trump over the past week. ((senator marco rubio/(r) presidential candidate: "must laugh when i read that donald trump says after tonight marco rubio should drop out. i have a message for mr. trump. mr. trump, donald. "con"ald trump. i have a message for him. i will campaign in all 50 states. i will get in my pickup truck i have to before i allow the party of lincoln and reagan to fall into the hands of a con
((patrick walker)) on the democratic side... hillary clinton is fairing well. exit polls have been kind to her. but the bernie sanders camp thinks they'll take 5 of the 11 states up for grabs tonight. ((patrick walker)) we'll be keeping an eye on these races and hope to see the first official results being released soon. i'll be back at 5 and 6 as polls in the central time zone close. and steve sebelius and i will have complete coverage and analysis on a special edition of "politics now" tonight at 7:30. ((paul joncich)) these exit polls aren't actual voting results. what can we make of them? ((patrick walker)) they're not an exact science... but they are becoming more refined. networks and organizations conduct polls of voters going in and out of voting and caucus sites. they are very similar to the telephone polls we cite every day. so they are evolving... and getting more accurate.
((denise valdez)) > democratic presidential candidate bernie sanders is stumping in his home state of vermont tonight. ((paul joncich)) he's hosting a rally at essex junction as voting results come in. that's were we find reporter brittney hibbs who joins us now live. ((brittney hibbs)) the vermont senator says he has a lot to be proud about. ((we were 70 points behind and today we are in the lead in a number of states and have closed
the fact that we have shown that millions of people and young people want to transform this country and make it what it can become. we are very proud of what we are going to continue to do)) ((brittney hibbs)) ((paul joncich)) > brittney it's looking more like a rock concert there than rally what's the vibe like? ((denise valdez)) > we'll be tracking super tuesday results as they come in tonight during a special episode of "politics now." it will air at 7:30 pm. and remember... 8 news now is your local election headquarters. you can find information on all things politics both on air and online at las vegas now dot
obama today sat down with key senate republican leaders to discuss the high-stakes vacancy on the supreme court bench. ((paul joncich)) republicans have vowed to block any nominee, saying the next president should choose. mark albert is in washington, dc with more details. >(meeting spray) president obama met for the first time with senate republican leaders since the death of supreme court justice antonin scalia last month. (obama mtg) reporters asking questions reporters' questions went unanswered. (senator harry reid/(d) minority leader) "there wasn't much said at the meeting" (show scalia pic, then pics of his scotus chair draped in black) scalia's death leaves the high court split four-to-four between conservatives and liberals,
will tip the balance either way. with so much at stake, republicans want to run out the clock on president obama's term... refusing to consider any nominee he selects. (sen. mitch mcconnell/(r) majority leader) if the shoe were on the other foot does anyone think the democratic majority would be confirming a republican president's nominee in the last year of his term? (senator patrick leahy/d- vt/ranking member, senate judiciary committee) let's just do it vote up or vote down, stop trying to politicize the supreme court. (stand-up bridge mark albert/cbs news/the supreme court) democrats say it would be the first time since 1875 that a president's supreme court nominee has not received a senate hearing. (josh earnest/white house press secretary) "our strategy is simply that the president will fulfill his constitutional responsibility. and we're going to appeal to members of the united states senate that they should put their constitutional responsiility ahead of any political calculation" no matter the odds, president obama has vowed to send a nomination to the senate within the next few weeks. mark albert, cbs news, the supreme court. > ((denise valdez)) > at least two republican senators have broken ranks. susan collins of maine and mark
senate should at least consider obama's nominee. nevada republican governor brian sandoval was reportedly being vetted by the white house as a possible nominee, but sandoval has taken himself out of the running./// ((paul joncich)) > he's accused of kidnapping and sexualy assualting a teenage girl... and today he's cutting a deal. ((denise valdez)) what this plea deal means and and how much time he could spend
accused of kidnapping and sexually assaulting a teenage girl has agreed to a possible plea deal. north las vegas police say 26-year-old jimmy carter kim abducted a 14-year-old from arizona and held her captive for a month. today in court kim waived his right to his preliminary hearing. after the girl's case became known, other victims came forward. kim was eventually charged with 83 counts. the plea deal would require kim to plead guilty to three counts of sexual assault of a minor under 16 and one count of sexual assault. kim would serve a minimum of 35 years in prison. kim is expected to enter his plea on march 10./// ((denise valdez)) > police open
scary moments in the southern part of the valley. it happened just before 8.. near las vegas boulevard and saint rose parkway. investigators say the man was pointing what appeared to be a gun at passing cars. officers ordered him to put it down..but he didn't respond. police then shot him in the shoulder. it turns out the man was holding replica gun. he was taken to u-m-c with non- life threatening injuries./// ((paul joncich)) > apple and the fbi were both in court today... for the first time since the company was asked to unlock a phone belonging one of the san bernardino terrorists. fbi director james comey testified... saying the fbi's request is specific to syed farook's iphone... not all iphone's. despite that... he acknowledged forcing apple to unlock the phone would set a precedent. but apple's top lawyer argued any hacking software it provides the fbi can and will lead to a broad encroachment on privacy and security: ((bruce sewell/apple attorney: weakening encryption will only hurt consumers and well-meaning users who rely on companies like
information. )) ((paul joncich)) fbi director comey also admitted that law enforcement made an initial mistake after san bernardino, making it harder to access data on the suspect's iphone, but he says even without the error, investigators would still need help from apple recovering all the information they're seeking./// toss to weather < tedd florendo >the weather headlines for this week. near record highs again as we head through the 80's. but we'll be dropping from the 80's to the 60's and it's going to happen all in this week. also expect wind and cooler temps, confidence is high for those. but shower chances are also in the forecast along with mountain snow which you'll see coming up. ............................... .......... many neighborhoods this
west side of the valley where we're cooler and 80's through many other areas around town. warmer over the eastside where we're lower in elevation and typically warmer than most of the valley. ............................... .......... regional temps also in the mid 80's the valley with warmest temps down in laughlin near 90 this afternoon. cooler 60's for the central part of the state and death valley warmest in our regional temps near 90 there as well. low 80's for pahrump today and cooler in ely up in the northern part of the state. ............................... .............. we've got your nascar forecast, as of right now breezy and warm on saturday with temps near 82 with plenty of clouds. now sunday we drop down all the way to 65 for the high and windy. also could see showers on sunday as well. ............................... ............ have clouds so f rollingrgh the region and now it's clearing up which we'll see this ening.rain stays to the west over california and over the pacific northwest but we remain dry. that system will not affect us, but but the one out in the
impact us towards the end of the week bringing wind and cooler temps. shower chances as well. ............................... ....................... severe storms impacting the other half of the u.s. as we have this front rolling through the deep southe right now with severe thunderstorm watches for those areas. the same storm is providing snow over the great lakes and ice in buffalo. ............................... ....................... allergy report still showing high readings for ash, mulberry, pine and low for weeds and grass. ............................... ................ tonight expect a low of 56 with fewer clouds and pleasant. winds less than 10 mph. tomorrow expect a high of 82 warm and sunny and near record temps. 82 was set in 1967. ............................... .................. neighborhood by neigborhood temps in the 80's over the east side of the valley with near 80 for the west side of town.
set aside this week to focus on reading. people in the community visit classes and read to kids. (( denise reading: finally he did something right )) so today i had the pleasure of reading to students at wilhelm elementary in north las vegas. i was joined by two therapy dogs from reading to rascal -- ranger and gracie -- who regulary visit schools, libraries, or nursing homes. studies show kids who read to dogs are more relaxed and not so nervous about messing up. this turn around school puts an emphasis on reading every day of the week: (( denise reading: finally he did something right )) so today i had the pleasure of )) so today i had the pleasure of reading to students at wilhelm elementary in north las vegas. i was joined by two therapy dogs from reading to rascal -- ranger and gracie -- who regulary visit schools, libraries, or nursing homes. studies show kids who read to dogs are more relaxed and not so
this turn around school puts an emphasis on reading every day of the week: (( debra jones: so during the year were reading all the time so this gives us that time to do that celebration bring in folks like you to share with the kids and accumulates all together so the kids have a lot of fun.so we do a lot of fun things to keep ds motivat to read. ((denise valdez)) >ur book s 'bad dog marley' -- rembere movie -- marleynd me? sothe lesson? dogs ke peoplemake mistakes --ut if you give em guidelines -- patience and ve --theyan turn thingsound.reading week continues through this friday.paul joncich)) > today our ry own paula francis washonored by e clark countyard of comissioners. mmier steve sisolakarded her the key to the las gas rip..d made a proatncognizing her for routstanding career in journalism. ((susan brager//clark county commissioner - it is pretty extraordinary to be able to stand next to you and to see you at so many functions and events. you're heart is with the community and with southern nevada and the state of nevada so we greatly appreciate you and all that you've done. we're hoping you're not finished the future. we appriciate you.)) and the commission isn't the only organization honoring paula. tomorrow mayor carolyn goodman will proclaim march 2nd "paula francis day."///
super tuesday primaries. ((paul joncich)) the sheer number of delegates awarded in the lone star state could reshape nomination battles in both parties. omar villafranca is in dallas. >ted cruz brought his family to vote in the texas republican presidential primary. (ted cruz/republican presidential candidate) "any candidate that cannot win his home state has a real problem." the lone star state is the crown jewel of super tuesdaywith 155 republican delegates up for grabs. polls show frontrunner donald trump doing well in texasbut the junior senator from houston is expected to win. (john mcclelland/texa s voter): he's the guy who did what he said he was going to do. whether he got anything done, at least he was trying." texas has been a solid red state in presidential eletions since 1980and former presidents george and h-w bush still call it home. but democrats are counting on a growing latino population to turn the state blue. (omar villafranca/cbs news/dallas, tx) "there are 222 democratic delegates and strategists say a big win here
the possibility of a bernie sander's nomination." hillary clinton has a long political history in texas dating back to the 70sand she polls well with latinos. she's not only looking for delegates but campaign cash. (cal jillson/politica l science professor, smu) "so if she wins and wins substantially, she'll clean up afterwards." in the last 7 super tuesdays, the big winner has gone onto win their party's nomination. omar villafranca, cbs news, dallas, tx. > ((paul joncich)) historically, the texas primary has been later in the season, but this year it was moved up to super tuesday. /// ((denise valdez)) > 4 people were displaced after a fire at a senior living apartment building. 16 apartments near eastern and flamingo had to be evacuated.. after heavy smoke and fire erupted in a first floor unit. a maintenance man suffered from smoke inhalation when he tried to help before firefighters arrived. as of right now, no word on how much damage the fire caused..
((paul joncich)) > an allegiant air plane headed to washington state..was forced to divert to nevada. people on flight 170 from mesa arizona said they smelled some sort of burning odor on board. the flight landed safely in elko yesterday at 4-15 p-m. no one was hurt.. the passengers boarded another flight.. 4 hours later./// ((denise valdez)) > nasa is looking to be the pioneers of supersonic jet travel. the space agency has granted a 20- million dollar contract to lockheed martin to develop a passenger jet that can fly faster than the speed of sound. nasa says the plan is intended to make flying safer, greener and quieter. this is video of a preliminary design. the jet would use technology to create a soft thump instead of rattling sonic booms while in flight. sonic booms trigger booming sounds that can be heard for miles. supersonic commercial jet travel ended more than a decade ago with the grounding of the concorde./// ((paul joncich)) > no human driver behind the wheel? no
that's the overall reaction to a triple-a survey. 75-percent of drivers say they wouldn't feel safe in a self driving car. however....60- percent say they would like to get some kind of self-driving feature, such as automatic braking or self-parking. some advocates of self-driving cars argue they would be safer than cars driven by humans...becaus e they can't get distracted or drive when tired or impaired. triple-a surveyed 18- hundred drivers. ((denise valdez)) > where can you get a high fashion look for less than 20-bucks? ((paul joncich)) 8 on your side's michelle mortensen investigates bargain fashion buys that you can find on facebook... to see if the savings live up to the hype./// the record today is 82 degrees did we beat it? and get ready for those 80's to turn to 60's very soon. we'll show you what to expect and even some showers. it's all in our 7 day coming up.
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((paul joncich)) high fashion at rock bottom prices. ((denise valdez)) people say they're finding it on facebook. but is it really worth your money? ((paul joncich)) 8 on your side consumer advocate michelle mortensen looked into the shops advertising or selling on social media... promising cheap couture... to find out. > ((michelle mortensen)) > cheap is right. i'm talking dresses for 10 bucks. and this stuff looks like it came right off the runway... too. facebook isn't just pictures ... status updates .. and comment wars... anymore facebook is big business. especially in the world of fashion. ((noelle: i fell in love with the dress )) noelle sliman adored this windowpane dress that appeared on her facebook feed a quick click .. took her to rosegal.com ... revealing the fabulous frock had a fabulous price tag. ((noelle: i paid $10.63 )) more than 30 days later ... the dress ... size small ... arrived. but it didn't quite fit her size 4 frame.
barbie because there's no way.)) she wanted a refund ... but returning the dainty dress ... required big effort. like pictures ... her measurements ... and a lot of cash. (($200 )) why so much? it came from china ... and sending it back meant paying customs. 200 ... was just an estimate the post office gave her. every day it sat in customs .. the cost would go up. ((noelle: i could easily throw this dress and 10 bucks down the toilet )) so was this facebook fashion find a fraud or a fluke? to find out ... we shopped. my interns surfed facebook ... and found a bunch of fashion houses hawking great deals. chelsea fell for this frock from rosegal dot com -- the same place noelle bought from. mariah preferred this purple number from tb dress- dot-com tiana swooned for a sweater sheath from she insider and idiana jumped at this jacket on trends gal.com everything item was less than 20 bucks .. and shipped for free.
finding the right size. knowing noelle's experience ... we took measurements ... you're in between but none of them ... this dress is going to come here on you ... ooh met the standards set by these facebook fashion five and dimes. ((the difference between small medium and large is not even an inch.. a 14.5...14.7 and a 14.9 )) weeks went by. nearly 6... before 3 packages showed up. then it was off to the station dressing room for a fashion show. first up... mariah... with her purple professional dress. ((that looks actually .. it looks normal .. it does )) but once she got it on ... it was .... tight ... almost too tight for t-v ((i can't wear this to church, nope (laughs) )) chelsea's sequined shift was scandalously short. ((it's really short ... no bending or raising arms ... or i wouldn't wear short shorts
turned out to be more of a jersey ... but that was the only surprise ((michelle: that's not bad .. tianna: not at all actually )) it actually looked like the picture ... it was the first to arrive ... and tiana said she'd buy from them again ((tiana: i'd wear it with leggings and a boot i guess. )) as for idana's jacket ... it never showed up.... it was the biggest facebook fashion flop. so three of our 4 deals were duds ... only one was a winner. ((michelle mortensen)) not all stores on facebook sell clothing from overseas with sizing issues. tiana's dress came from new jersey. and many stores selling on facebook are quite reputable ... the key is doing your research. know their policies .. and check reviews. all the stores we featured had facebook pages full of customer comments that revealed quite a bit. with 8 on your side i'm michelle mortensen. > ((denise valdez)) not all stores on facebook sell clothing issues. tiana's dress came from new jersey. and many stores selling on facebook are quite reputable ... the key is doing your research. know their policies .. where they are from ...
hour, she managed to hold on for life! kiran chawla has more. >(david sagona, sagona's hardware) "to be alive today i'm thankful." david sagona walked away able to tell his story. he owns sagona's hardware in paincourtville. for your reference, this is what it used to look like. now, it's this....just a mangled mesh of metal. sagona made all his employees get in the bathrooms and upstairs in the offices and seconds later.... (david sagona, sagona's hardware) "as i was closing the door to the bathroom my side wall got sucked out. i actually saw the side wall get sucked out." this weekend, sagona attempted to check his security cameras and if they happened to catch anything and this is what he found..... now watch it again...notice this lady come up to the doors, pull on them and they're locked. you see debris beginning to fly and seconds later, what looks like a big explosion. kyra johnson is that woman....she had just made her fed-ex deliveries to sagona's from the back door. she came out and looked up....
" i had never seen the sky swirl so pretty, it was gray but it was pretty so first thing you think, 'let me tape it i want to show people.'" this is that video she recorded. you can clearly see the tornado but johnson says she was so tunnel vision that she never noticed it. exactly two minutes later, it was right over her. (kyra johnson tornado survivor) "i just braced myself right here between the coke machine and i wasn't even holding on, it was just to brace myself." that coke machine fell over and there really are no words to put to this video. how did she survive? (kyra johnson tornado survivor) "god! there's no explaining it, god because after i seen the video, i didn't know what it really looked like, i just figured i was in a tornado." sagona did not know johnson prior to this. now he says god truly had her in his hands... (kyra johnson tornado survivor) "god had us in his hands the whole time." creating a bond they will never forget.... oh thank you, i will never forget you. you will always be part of our family.
temps, confidence is high for those. but shower chances are also in the forecast along with mountain snow which you'll see coming up. ............................... .......... many neighborhoods this afternoon in the 70's over the west side of the valley where we're cooler and 80's through many other areas around town. warmer over the eastside where we're lower in elevation and typically warmer than most of the valley. ............................... .......... regional temps also in the mid 80's the valley with warmest temps down in laughlin near 90 this afternoon. cooler 60's for the central part of the state and death valley warmest in our regional temps near 90 there as well. low 80's for pahrump today and cooler in ely up in the northern part of the state. ............................... .............. we've got your nascar forecast, as of right now breezy and warm on saturday with temps near 82 with plenty of clouds. now sunday we drop down all the way to 65 for the high and windy. also could see showers on sunday as well. ............................... .............. we have clouds so far rolling through the region and now it's clearing up which we'll see this evening. rain stays to the west over california and over the pacific
that system will not affect us, but but the one out in the pacific is the one that could impact us towards the end of the week bringing wind and cooler temps. shower chances as well. ............................... ....................... severe storms impacting the other half of the u.s. as we have this front rolling through the deep southe right now with severe thunderstorm watches for those areas. the same storm is providing snow over the great lakes and ice in buffalo. ............................... ....................... allergy report still showing high readings for ash, mulberry, pine and low for weeds and grass. ............................... ................ tonight expect a low of 56 with fewer clouds and pleasant. winds less than 10 mph. tomorrow expect a high of 82 warm and sunny and near record temps. 82 was set in 1967. ............................... .................. neighborhood by neigborhood temps in the 80's over the east side of the valley with near 80 for the west side of town. ............................... .................. extended forecast shows more clouds by thurday. we stay warm until saturday. then breezy to windy weather come in and bring cooler temps plus shower chances on sunday and monday.
> getting inside the mind of a terrorist. the office of the director of national intelligence released what appears to be osama bin laden's will and personal letters he wrote. they were recovered during the may 2011 raid on bin laden's compound in pakistan, where he was killed. in the documents...bin laden claimed to have 29- million dollars in sudan. the whereabouts of that money is unknown. in a letter from 2008, bin laden wrote, "if i am to be killed, pray for me a lot and give
his letters include warnings to the u-s and advice to al qaeda's affiliates. the intelligence community expects to release more documents later this year after they have been declassified./// ((denise valdez)) > comedian katt williams faces battery charges... after an incident at a pool supply store. georgia police say an employee told officers it started when the two got into an argument -- when williams threw something at him and punched him. investigators say when officers arrived, williams was lying on the ground with his hands behind his back... apparently waiting to be arrested. williams is also awaiting trial in a case involving hip hop mogul, suge knight. it stemmed from a 2014 robbery.... the two plead not guilty to those charges./// ((paul joncich)) > emotions were high in a tennesee courtroom. ((denise valdez)) sportscaster erin andrews describes the impact a stalker had on her life after he leaked nude photos of her in a hotel room. ((paul joncich)) las vegas... no stranger to big name performers. coming up at 5... learn what it takes to land
an 18- year- old who was shot and killed by police in virginia last week... was holding a b-b airgun... not a handgun. police say they were responding to a call about a man who was waving a gun around and pointing it at cars. when officers arrived ... they ordered kionte spencer to drop the weapon. he refused... and that's when two officers deployed tasers... but that didn't work. then shots were fired... hitting spencer in the collar bone and hip. the roanoke county police chief says there was no way for his officers to know spencer wasn't holding a handgun: ((chief howard hall/ roanoke county police dept.) "this was a deadly force encounter despite the fact that we know now that this handgun was an air gun." )) ((denise valdez)) an internal investigation is underway to make sure proper protocol was followed./// ((paul joncich)) > two teenagers are being held without bond in arkansas after allegedly raping a 16- year-old classmate. the girl told school officials that it happened last week when she was on her way to sports practice. she says the two 14-year-old
field house and forced her into the girl's locker room, turning off the lights. they then allegedly held her forcibly and sexually assaulted her. (( (bob dingler/girlfrie nd's daughter concerned about safety) "pretty shaken about the whole deal - about the safety and about what happened - about it can happen to anybody. probably the comforting deal was that she knows they're not going to be at school anymore.")) ((paul joncich)) > the suspects names aren't being released. there's no word on whether they will be charged as adults./// ((denise valdez)) > erin andrews testified in court for a second day in the sportscaster's 75- million- dollar civil trial against a stalker and the nashville hotel where he secretly recorded her. andrews is suing an owner of the nashville marriot and michael barrett... who admitted to taping her while she was naked... through a hotel room peep hole -- then posting the video online. andrews says despite having a thriving career since the incident... it left her emotionally traumatized and always on guard: (( (erin andrews) "i, then, go
i will not allow anyone to bring bags up to my room at all. i will not allow them to put them in my room at all. i instantly cover the peephole. and then i do a check of the room. i look everywhere. i look for lights. i look for red lights. i look to see if there's cameras. i check the bed. i check the alarm clock. i check the phone. i boobytrap my room.")) ((denise valdez)) the hotel says what happened to andrews is terrible... but the stalker is to blame. barrett already plead guilty to stalking in 2010 and was sentenced to two- and- a- half years in prison./// paul joncich > that's all for us at 4. denise valdez 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.
courvoisier)) > more polls just closed on this super tuesday. ((paula francis)) we're also starting to see results trickle out of the east-coast states where voting ended about an hour ago. politics now co-anchor patrick walker is live in the newsroom with the latest numbers coming in. ((patrick walker)) here's the score card coming out of the last hour... three states wrapped up voting. for democrats... hillary clinton takes georgia and vermont. bernie sanders takes his home state of vermont. also... for republicans... cbs news in the last hour calling georgia for donald trump. no real surprises thus far. republicans and democrats have caucuses or primary elections happening in 11 states each. in virginia... donald trump is holding onto a
and in vermont... john kasich is keeping it close early with donald trump after the first early results have been reported. meantime... just a short time ago... bernie sanders spoke to supporters in vermont after his big win there. ((bernie sanders/(i) democratic presidential candidate: "we are going to invest for our young people in education, in jobs, not jails or encarceration! (crowd cheers)." )) ((patrick walker)) so again... if you're keeping score... out of the first three states... bernie sanders won one, and hillary clinton won two. ((patrick walker)) we'll have much more election coverage this evening as part of your local election headquarters. results... and we'll have analysis and results on a special edition of paula...