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chaos filled the streets with protesters.. because of the election results. the frustration some feel with donald trump being our new president. ((kirsten joyce)) >> plus -- the new laws go into effect january first.. but some may take more time than others. why there could be a delay for recreational marijuana use. ((brian loftus)) >> and, the warmer weather is hanging on for a little longer... sherry explains the near c ((kirsten joyce)) >> 8 news now good day, the valley's news leader, starts right now./// ((now, live...this is 8 news now good day.)) ((brian loftus)) anger and frustration. that's what hundreds of protesters displayed into the early morning hours.. due to donald trump becoming our new president. ((kirsten joyce)) >> this is video from new york.. where demostrators lined the streets.. and filled up time square. many faculty leaders and college students also took to social media...
((kirsten joyce)) >> thanks for joining us, i'm kirsten joyce. ((brian loftus)) >> and i'm brian loftus. the anti-trump protests also filled the streets of dallas, texas... but it was a peaceful march. several protesters said despite donald trump being the new president... we need to come together as a nation, unite, and work together. ((kirsten joyce)) >> las vegas also felt the heat from demonstrators... that's where we find 8 news now reporter michael stevens with the latest, michael? ((michael stevens)) >> brain, kirsten... here outside of trump tower yesterday. about 20 or so, protesters gathered for a small demonstration. protesters could be heard chanting "not my president," but did not disrupt the flow of traffic. they did fill the sidewalk area... while metro officers made sure nothing got out of hand. it was a much different scene in
the streets of los angeles protesting the the election of donald trump. at times, protesters also took to the highways -- blocking busy freeways. traffic backed up a major freeway for miles at times. los angeles police say they arrested at least 13 people. people in the crowd were not shy voicing their opinions on the new president elect: ((bryant pena // anti-trump protester: this is not a surprise to us. this democratic party to step their game up, to elect candidates that represent everybody. not to elevate people like donald trump.)) ((michael stevens)) >> during the demonstration -- protesters also burned a pinata that was made to resemble donald trump. one person also lit an american flag on fire... but others quickly extinguished it. the demonstrators were among thousands who took to streets in protest of trump across the country, from new york to texas through much of
place just hours before donald trump is expected to meet with president obama at the white house today. the oval office meeting symbolically begins the transition of power. brian, kirsten? ((kirsten joyce)) >> michael, has donald trump said anything about all of the protests? ((michael stevens)) >> kirsten... as everyone knows... trump was very vocal on twitter throughout the election... he was elected and hasn't made any formal comments about the protests taking place. kirsten? ((brian loftus)) former presidential nominee hillary clinton made her concession speech. she says it was the greatest honor of being the democratic candidate.. but that the country needs to be more open minded with donald trump being our new president: (( hillary clinton/former presidential nominee: "we have seen that our nation is more deeply divided than we thought. but i still believe in america and i always will. and if you do, then we must
((brian loftus)) >> her running mate tim kaine made his speech before clinton. he says he was glad he got the chance to work with her. /// ((kirsten joyce)) all the votes have now been counted in nevada... and the closest vote was question 1 regarding gun background checks... with just 10- thousand votes separating the "yes" from the "no" votes. as for question two on recreationalm goes into effect january first. but it takes up to a year before the product is on store shelves. that's because the nevada department of taxation has to come up with regulations: ((joe brezny - yes on 2 campaign: i dont anticipate it taking that long because a lot of these regulations are already in place for the medical marijuana businesses and you just expand the, the scope of them.)) ((kirsten joyce)) >> licensing for the first 18- months after the regulations are in place.. will be limited to medical marijuana facilities. a 15- percent wholesale tax will
and maybe that's good news for some people who are ready for cooler fall weather. otherwise enjoy the warmth while it's here. ........... we'll be lucky with veterans day for the parade and the weekend ............. and even next week will hold on... until late in the week. right now we've got temps cooling off to the 50s this morning. ........... same for outside the valley and some 60s still in laughlin. ..............
the valley slowing you down right now. the eastbound 215 ramp to the airport connector is open. the county said last night that they would not be closing the ramp, but that it is scheduled to close tonight. no major delays in the spaghetti bowl right now. there's a lot happening over the next few days that will cause road closures like the veterans day parade, aviation nation and the rock n roll marathon. we'll talk about what's closing down in my next report. ((demetria obilor)) >> back to you./// ((brian loftus)) a local high school coach will make his first court appearance today... make his first court appearance today... the charges ati poni is facing..
those who can't make it out there. co-founder sarah hill is part of the group "honor everywhere".. which brings the memorials to ailing veterans through virtual reality. this year, the group is adding a virtual reality tour of the vietnam wall to their programming. /// sherry how's the weather today? ((sherry swensk))
morning. ........... same for outside the valley and some 60s still in laughlin. .............. high pressure sending santa ana winds offshore to really heat up the temps again to 90s at the coast. ......... wind advisory and surf advisories in place again today. ........... well above normal and even near records today. then cooler next week. ((sherry swensk)) back to you.///
district coach accused of sexually assaulting a student is expected to appear in court for the first time today. ((brian loftus)) >> ati poni faces multiple charges including sexual assat 8 news now reporter nia wong joins us live from justice court, nia? ((nia wong)) >> brian and kirsten. this morning ati poni is in the clark county detention center...where he's been since monday when police arrested him at del sol high school. >> that's where metro says the 35 year-old works as a coach and campus monitor.
a sexual act with a student between the ages of 16 and 17...and three counts of kidnapping of a minor. metro says their sexual assault section was alerted this past weekend of alleged inappropriate behavior between poni and a young male. no word if poni is still employed with the clark county school district. no bail has been set. ((nia wong)) >> right now we're still waiting for his arrest report. we should have updates for you after his scheduled court appearance at 7-thirty this morning. reporting live from the regional justicce ((brian loftus)) does ponhe prior iminal historl us..nis wanted on a number of tive affic warras.brian. > let's t eck the roads with d / > let's send itver to mriafor a/ ((demetria obilor)) 4th street will close from charleston to ogden for the veterans day parade tomorrow from 6am to 3pm. aviation nation kicks off saturday at the nellis air force base, bringing in 50,000 people. expect heavier than normal traffic up by the speedway exit
stocks are slowly going back up.. after donald trump was elected president. ((brian loftus)) >> and, some places are seeing a tax on sugary drinks. jill wagner has more from the new york stock exchange. wall street gave a nice welcome to president-elect trump. the dow opens today near record highs... a stunning reversal--- after plunging in the hours immediately following word of a trump win. the dow jumped 256 points... the nasdaq added 57.// health care and biotech companies led the rally. donald trump has said he wants to repeal obamacare. congress makes that more likely. investors also think republicans are less likely to regulate drug prices.// voters in four cities also approved a tax on sugary drinks... boulder colorado, san francisco, oakland and albany california all passed the tax. in san francisco, it's expected to generate 15 million dollars in revenue.// and that's your cbs moneywatch report. for more follow me on twitter at jill wagner cbs.
demetria obilor i've received emails from locals who'd like to see more bus routes in our valley, and just yesterday, the rtc added a new one that will serve the henderson area. it's called route 122 south maryland parkway/horizon ridge. route 122 connects green valley ranch hotel and the district to the rtc's south strip transfer terminal. the paseo verde library, several densely- populated residential areas fall along this stretch. the rtc says "122" will serve about 65,000 residents and 33,000 jobs located within a half-mile of the new route. it will operate every 30 minutes during weekdays and once an hour during evenings and on the weekend. you can try out the route for free through this saturday... the rtc has also increased frequencies on 10 routes recently. it has also made route 105-mlk, 24-hours. fyi- veterans and active
anti-trump protests have rattled cities across the country... causing frustration and uproar about the presidential election results. ((brian loftus)) >> plus -- the holiday craft fair is back to help southern nevada kids. we'll hear from several members.. on what their mission is this year. ((kirsten joyce)) >> and, sherry says it's almost sweater weather! the cool down we'll be seeing come next week... ((brian loftus)) >> 8 news now good day, the valley's news leader, starts right now./// ((brian loftus)) thanks for joining us, i'm brian loftus.
we're following breaking news in north las vegas... where police have confirmed they are investigating a deadly shooting near cheyenne and civic center. ((brian loftus)) >> we have reached out for more information and have a crew on the way to the scene.... we will bring you any developments as we learn them.. both on air and online at las vegas now dot com./// ((brian loftus)) >> several hundred people flooded onto one of the busiest a miles-long traffic backup in protest of the presidential election of donald trump. ((kirsten joyce)) >> demonstrators filled streets in city's all across the country. a small group even gathered here in las vegas outside trump tower. ((brian loftus)) >> that's where we find 8 news now reporter michael stevens live this morning... with our top story. good morning, michael? ((michael stevens)) >> brian, kirsten... only a few dozen gathered out here yesterday...
protesters... many could be heard yelling, "not my president." they filled the sidewalk area outside trump tower... with metro police keeping a close eye on them throughout their demonstration. vegas... was nothing like other city's across the country. take a look... at new york. as many as 5,000 people gathered outside trump tower... people were chanting... about immigration... and other controversial topics from the campaign: knowing that we're going to have a presidential... a president that condones racism, fascism, bigotry, and as a woman and as a latina, i feel very upset and oppressed.)) ((michael stevens)) >> many of the protests were in cities with large democratic bases -- in atlanta, texas,
a top adviser to donald trump is dismissing post-election protesters as "a bunch of crybabies." ((brian loftus)) several world leaders made speeches about donald some of them say the president- elect understood the issues at hand: (( malcolm turnbull/australian prime minister: "we canvassed a number of issues, most importantly we absolutely agreed of the vital importance of our strong alliance. mr. trump recognizes the solidarity that australia has shown to the united states, and the united states
council, president: "i do believe that america and europe can, should and will work together." "the eu is a strong and reliable partner and will remain so. we expect the same from america and its new president." )) ((brian loftus)) >> russian leader vladimir putin was actually the first world leader to congratulate him. he says he hopes russia and the u-s can find common ground. /// ((kirsten joyce)) rign forecast. ((brian loftus)) >> hi sherry, how's the weather looking today? ((sherry swensk))
the warmth while it's here. ........... we'll be lucky with veterans day for the parade and the weekend will be glorious again. ............. and even next week will hold on... until late in the week. right now we've got temps cooling off to the 50s this morning. ........... same for outside the valley and some 60s still in u high pressure sending santa ana winds offshore to really heat up the temps again to 90s at the coast. ......... wind advisory and surf advisories in place again today. ........... highs here at home will stay well above normal and even
demetria, how are the roads doing? ((demetria obilor)) we're getting a lot more traffic through the spaghetti bowl right now along southbound i-15 at us 95. you may want to leave early, if you're coming down from north las vegas. no slow downs along summerlin parkway right now. work should between charleston and summerlin parkway for a city
>> back to you./// ((kirsten joyce)) a father is facing charges for the accidental shooting of his child. 31-year-old zachary cory faces one count of child abuse and neglect with bodily harm. the shooting happened at a home near las vegas boulevard and pecos. e but is expected to survive. /// ((brian loftus)) starbucks is ringing in the holidays with its new red cups... ((kirsten joyce)) >> we'll show you the classic christmas designs they handpicked.. from several countries around the world.. next on good day. /// ((you're watching the valley's news leader... with brian loftus, kirsten joyce, sherri swensk and
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right now, the cake is on display at the chicago french pastry school. next week, it will be presented to chicago mayor rahm emanuel.. and city council members at city hall. /// ((demetria obilor)) there's been a lot of hush- hush about starbucks' red holiday cups.. but today, they make their debut! starbucks went to its customers to draw the designs. instead of picking just one... there will be 12 classic christmas d drinks... and one design for cold drinks. they were picked from six countries to represent the holiday spirit. the designs vary from holiday lights... to a wintry wonderland... to holiday ornaments. /// sherry how's the weather today? ((sherry swensk))
red rock camera... light winds and plenty of sunshine coming this thursday and into the weekend. ............ high temps take a slight dip but i see even cooler weather finally arriving next week with breezy winds and normal highs dropping back to the 60s. ........... gusty winds across southern california with wind advisories again and high surf
degrees along the coast - all thanks to warm santa ana winds. ............ the desert will stay extra warm for now... but not as hot as the coast... mostly upper 80s and near 90. ........... a look at our 7-day forecast next. ((sherry swensk)) back to you./// let's send it over to demetria for a check of
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resources are needed.. they say a takeover is not the answer. some parents sent a powerful message to the school.. and how they have seen incredible progress with their children: (( anabella rivra, parent: "i have two kids attending here and one of the kids is a special needs kid and the only improvement that i've seen throughout her educational life is actually been here in monaco." )) ((brian loftus)) >> they hope by coming together and having their voices heard.. the team tasked with spearheading this effort will whittle down the list of schools by november 15th. /// ((kirsten joyce)) right now.. we want to ge forecast. ((brian loftus)) >> sherry swensk is here with that. ((sherry swensk)) great shot looking out from our red rock camera...
coming this thursday and into the weekend. ............ high temps take a slight dip through saturday and sunday... but i see even cooler weather finally arriving next week with breezy winds and normal highs dropping back to the 60s. ........... gusty winds ass again and high surf advisories... and hot temps back up to 90 degrees along the coast - all thanks to warm santa ana winds. ............ the desert will stay extra warm for now... but not as hot as the coast... mostly upper 80s and near 90.
the investigation into a deadly shooting. ((kirsten joyce)) >> plus .. an historic meeting taking place at the white house today .. the first of many sit downs .. to transition administrations. ((kirsten joyce)) >> and... protesters out on the streets throughout the night .. the demonstrations across the coun ((brian loftus)) 8 news now good day, the valley's news leader, starts right now./// ((now, live...this is 8 news now good day.)) ((brian loftus)) thanks for joining us, i'm brian loftus. ((kirsten joyce)) >> and i'm kirsten joyce. we're following breaking news across the valley right now.. at three different locations. ((brian loftus)) let's first go live in north las vegas ... where nia wong just arrived on scene of a deadly shooting at cheyenne and civic center.