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charlotte, north carolina is under a state of emergency.. the national guard was deployed to assist after a second night of protests over the deadly police shooting of keith lamont scott. thanks for joining us, i'm kirsten joyce. ((brian loftus)) >> and i'm brian loftus. at least five people, including four police officers, were injured. dianne gallagher is live on en dianne? ((diane gallagher)) >> one day after violence erupted in charlotte, north carolina over the officer-involved killing of an african-american man... protesters clashed with police once again. the governor has declared a state of emergency, at least four police officers have been injured and one person is in critical condition -- and on life support -- after a second night of anger in the southern city. >> by early morning ...
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carolina. but just a few hours earlier, the scene was very different. a second night of unrest gripped the city ... as protesters angry over the death of keith lamont scott vented their rage scott was shot tuesday -- police say he brandished a weapon but his family says he was reading a book in his vehicle. amid the unrest wednesday evening, north carolina's governor declared a state of emergency and said he'd deploy both the national guard and the state highway patrol to charlotte. one person was shot by another civilian, according to authorities, and is in the hospital on lf officers were injured. journalists were caught up in the chaos. (nats boris sanchez gassed) one reporter was knocked to the ground by a passing man. (nats ed lavendera knocked over) some demonstrators stood in front of the police line in an effort to maintain peace ... and there were those who tried to calm the tensions ... (toussaint romain/public defender) "i'm trying to prevent people from being hurt, my brothers are out here too they're trying to do it the right way." and charlotte's mayor pleaded for peace to be restored to the city's streets (voice of mayor jennifer roberts/(d) charlotte, nc) "this is not -- we do not support violent protests, violence is not the answer." ((diane gallagher))
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body camera ... but other officers were and there is also video from a police dashboard camera. none of that footage has been released -- officials say it is still under review. reporting from charlotte diane gallagher./// ((brian loftus)) the city of tulsa, oklahoma continues to mourn the death of
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mourners held a vigil for 40-year-old terence crutcher. crutcher was unarmed... and video shows his hands were in the air when a tulsa police officer shot and killed him last friday night . the officer... betty shelby... is on administrative leave. federal, state and local authorities are investigating. crutcher's family says he was waiting for help after his vehicle broke down... when shelby approached him. shelby's attorney says the officer thought crutcher was reaching for a weapon and refusing shelby's commands./// ((brian loftus)) these recent shootings front and center on the campaign trail. democratic presidential nominee hillary clinton called recent police-involved shootings of black men "unbearable" . ((kirsten joyce)) >> republican presidential nominee donald trump said he was "very troubled" by the tulsa shooting. he also called for an expansion of the aggressive "stop and frisk" police tactic... which allows officers to detain and search pedestrians based on the suspicion of criminal activity. its legality has been
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already stopped the practice. both candidates are trying to broaden their appeal to minority voters as they head into the home stretch of the presidential race. >> donald trump (r) presidential candidate: that man was hands up that man went to the car, hands up - put his hand on the car. i mean, it looked like he did everything you're supposed to do. >> hillary clinton (d) presidential candidate: we have two more names to add to list of african americans killed by police officers in these encounters ..its unbearable >> in the latest wall street journal/nbc poll... clinton has a six-point lead over trump among likely voters. the candidates face off in their first debate monday./// ((kirsten joyce)) here in las vegas, workers protested outside the trump hotel yesterday. unionized workers are in an ongoing dispute with the hotel over what they call "an aggressive anti-union campaign." trump hotel workers voted to unionize last december. the culinary union claims, since
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/// ((kirsten joyce)) democratic vice presidential nominee tim kaine will be in nevada this morning for an event with students and staff at the university of reno. he last visited las vegas a month ago. nevada remains a key battleground state, where both clinton and trump are neck in neck./// ((brian loftus)) on october 14-th... channel 8 will host a senate debate. republican joe heck and democrat catherine cortez masto will take the stage at 7 o'clock. it will air live on channel 8 followed by a post debate show. itl ((brian loftus)) 8 news now is your local election headquarters throughout the campaign season... on air and online at las vegas now dot com. /// sherry how's the weather today? let's take a look at the roads with demetria ((demetria obilor)) theres' a crash on southbound 95 and charleston. it's off to the shoulder, so it shouldn't slow you down all that much. watch out for a wreck at buffalo and flamingo - it happened earlier this morning, so it may be clear
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((brian loftus)) a new museum in the nation's capital will bring african american culture to the african american culture to the public. ((kirsten joyce)) >> we'll take you inside the new smithsonian national museum of african american history and culture next on good day./// ((you're watching the valley's news leader... with brian loftus, kirsten
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((kirsten joyce)) north dakota's national guard is getting more financial help as it helps law enforcement deal with protests at the dakota access pipeline. protesters have been demonstrating at the pipeline for weeks, arguing it could harm the environment. north dakota's emergency commission granted the state's
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pay for its work at the protest site. if built, the dakota access pipeline would carry crude oil from the dakotas and iowa into illinois. supporters say the pipeline would help the region's economy./// ((kirsten joyce)) it's looking like drivers facing gas shortages across the southeast will soon get relief. gas is flowing again at the colonial pipeline site in alabama. last week, the line ruptured leading to major supply shortages. clean-up efforts will begin today, the leak spilled up to into a rural area, most of it flowing downhill to a small retention pond. the resulting supply shortage forced some gas stations to close or only carry certain grades of fuel./// ((brian loftus)) the new smithsonian national museum of african american history and culture is about to open its doors. interest is so high.. tickets are taken until november. as marlie hall reports the people who work there are just as excited to share what's
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to welcome visitors when the new national museum of african american history and culture opens its doors. (alice bonner/volunteer docent ) "it will be (pause) overwhelming. it will be validating." now 67, bonner attended segregated schools in virginia as a child. (alice bonner/volunteer docent ) "you just feel invisible. you feel that your history doesn't matter." for her and many others - this museum is a turning point (john marshall/ washington, dc/volunteer) "as a kid growing up here in dc to see all the mu will tell your story from your perspective. it was exciting." (marlie hall/cbs news/washington, dc) "the museum was inundated with people who wanted to work here- it now has 200 employees, and 300 volunteers - so many people applied, it stopped accepting applications." jocelyn imani is a curatorial assistant helping to research some of the museums 3-thousand artifacts from slavery to the present day. (jocelyn imani/mellon curatorial
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prayed and conspired this building and the stories that we tell in it will level you if you think about it. (teary) museum officials hope visitors will be just as touched.. when thousands of untold stories are finally showcased. marlie hall cbs news washington. ((brian loftus)) >> president obama will dedicate the 540 million-dollar, 400-thousand square foot museum on satutrday./// ((brian loftus)) today is the fir heat in las vegas. ((kirsten joyce)) >> after the break we'll take a look at this rising heat. and the dangers of climate change./// you're watching 8 news now good day. ((kirsten joyce))
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at least 42 people were killed
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egypt. the country said there were more than 400 refugees on-board. at least 154 of them have been leader. global warming.. it's a serious issue that seems to be gaining attentiona right now. and for good reason... the average global temperature for august is a record breaker. the global temperature was nearly 62 degrees... that's nearly a tenth hotter than the previous august record. it was the fifth hottest month of any kiev and these stats date back to 1880./// ((brian loftus)) we're learning that a u-s military acft has crashed fhjan. eapaneoast guard says e person t it's unclear if there werere kirsten joyce)) at least 42 killed in a capsized boat off the coast of egypt. the country said there were more than 400 refugees on-board. at least 154 of them have been rescued. the fate fo the rest is still unknown. the coast guards were searching for survivors and bodies on tuesday. most of the people on-board were
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it might be tough to keep your 'chakras' aligned... when you think about how much this new yoga mat costs. ((brian loftus)) >> see why one company believes customers will be willing to pay a thousand dollars... for a one- of- a- kind yoga mat!/// you're watching 8 news now good day. ((kirsten joyce)) we want you to be part of
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page.. and upload a pic of youwearing your favorite football team's paraphenlia! 8 lucky viewers will be chosento win an 8 news now mug! the winners will be announced friday morning at 6./// ((kirsten joyce)) here's something to put on your christmas wish list... a self- lacing shoe! nike announced their "back to the future" inspired shoe... called 'hyper adapt'... will go on sale november 28-th. that's the monday after thanksgiving if you're keeping track. according to nike...
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and shoppers will need to make an appointment to experience and purchase the battery- powered shoes. a fully charged battery should last about two weeks. pricing for the shoes have not been announced./// ((brian loftus)) while the shoes likely won't come cheap... they'll probably be cheaper than this yoga mat! "baller yoga" unveiled a new yoga mat... inspired by football. it could be the perfect way to unwind after watching sunday football the mat is made out of 100- percent american born and raised leather... and is suppose t so you won't slide while working out. that mat is now on sale for one- thousand dollars!/// ((brian loftus)) nellis air force base is turning 75 this year. and to mark the occasion, we are taking a look back at some of it's rich history. 8 news now anchor paul joncich reports. ((trk)) las vegas army airfield was renamed nellis air force base in may of 1950 after lt. william nellis. he was a star athlete at las vegas high school, who died when
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luxembourg germany. many decorated airmen have passed through, but one of the most legendary was col. john boyd, a skilled and daring pilot credited with changing "the art of war." ((10:01:09 jerry white/nellis historian: "he was the first guy to mathmatically describe dog fighting. and once you can mathmatically describe something, you can figure out how to make it better, and his imput was crucial in the both the f-15 and f-16 design..")) ((paul joncich)) it's massive amount of air space is one of the reasons nellis has never been on the chopping blocke military downsizing. ((9:59:33 jerry white: "the airspace we have extends from the california state line to the utah state line and the whole southern corridor of the state. pretty much from the sheep mountains north.")) ((paul joncich)) nearly every inch of the 2.9 million square acres of range land is used during nellis's red flag excercises. ((9:53:50 jerry white:" if you come out here during red flag you'll see b-52's, b-1's b-2's, you'll see every fighter we have, you see the navy, the brits the aussie's the french, the israelis, the spanish.")) ((paul joncich))
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civilians work on base. it's part of the engine that drives southern nevada's economy. ((13:00:05 mark hall-patton:"economi cally, nellis is a huge part of the local economy, it's also a huge part in terms or bringing people into the area. many of the organizations that i belong to, churches, things like that you find that you have people from nellis who are not just members, they get in volved and are a part of it.)) ((paul joncich)) from nellis's rich history are on display at the clark county museum. everything from goggles and bomber jackets early pilots wore, to a life magazine cover that made gunnery school seem cool, to a 7 second burst of 50 caliber rounds. it's the fabric of a somewhat secretive place that for 75 years has been training some of the best and brightest in the u.s. military./// ((kirsten joyce)) lost luggage could soon
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pieces of luggage were reported mishandled on domestic flights. now one of the nation's biggest airlines is betting on new technology that could help it lose fewer bags. kris van cleave reports. the rate airlines mishandle bags - meaning they were lost, late or damaged - is on the decline, (gfx1 in) but around 1 in every 300 passengers will have it happen to them. on this day that passenger was ron mullenix. (sot-kvc and ron) (kvc) "ron that feeling when you and your wife are standing at the baggage carousel and everything stops, and you're still a bag short." (ron) "yeah, you're disappointed, but we know it know." delta airlines is spending 50 million dollars to try to make that happen a lot less often - installing a baggage system that puts a tag with a small radio freqency ideniftication chip or r-f-i-d on a piece of luggage instead of a bar code... that should allow near real time tracking of a suitcase as it winds its way through an airport's baggage handling system and is loaded onto or off of an airplane. american alerts flyers when their bags have put on or taken off a flight.
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these digital baggage tags work better than the ink and paper barcodes that can smudge and wrinkle. henry harteveldt is an airline industry analyst. (sot-henry harteveldt/airline industry analyst) "every time an airline loses a suitcase and can't get it delivered to you at the baggage claim, it costs them about $100 to bring it your home or office or hotel. so that's a big expense that the airline would like to avoid." (on cam tag) delta's new luggage system will go online at 84 airports across the u-s in the coming months. the airline believes it luggage by 10 percent, which is likely in the range of 20-thousand bags a year. kris van cleave, cbs news, new york. we'll be right back........///
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a north las vegas doctor waking up behind bars ... the search for more victims .. after police say he inappropriately touched a patient. ((kirsten joyce)) >> plus... the fbi is investigating a las vegas city councilman ... the probe into ricki barlow. ((brian loftus)) >> and... say goodbye summer .. hello fall! sherry's got your forecast .. and the cooler weather you can expect. ((kirsten joyce)) 8 news now good day, the valley's news leader, starts right now./// ((now, live...this is 8 news now good day.)) a local doctor is now in jail .. accused of inappropriately touching a patient. thanks for waking up with us i'm kirsten joyce. ((kirsten joyce)) and i'm kirsten joyce. detectives are now working to determine if there could be more victims. internist doctor jorge burgos was arrested at his office yesterday in north las vegas near lake mead and civic center.... the 50- year- old now faces lewdness charges.


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