tv 8 News Now Sunday Morning CBS November 6, 2016 8:00am-8:30am PST
wrong for nevada. two people dead. what investigators know so far and how you can help.... and -- panic at a donald trump rally in reno. what led secret service to rush the republican nominee off stage last night. plus--- it's finally starting to feel like fall. katie boer will give you a look on the weather headed our way. all that and more on... 8 news now--weekend edition---starts right now./// "now, live...this is 8 news now weekend edition." ((nia wong)) news leader i'm nia wong. we're going to start your morning off with election coverage. with only two days away from finding out who will be leading our country... both parties are hitting the campaign trail hard...especially here in nevada. today senator bernie sanders will be in the valley stumping for hillary clinton and catherine cortez masto. he'll be speaking at the college of southern nevada to discuss clinton's economic plan this afternoon at 2 o'clock./// ((nia wong)) and on the republican
rudy giuliani will be in las vegas this morning stumping for donald trump. he'll be speaking at a rally happening at trump's nevada election headquarters at 9 a-m. we're going to have live coverage of the rally here on channel 8....starting at 4:30 p-m/// ((nia wong)) polls show presidential candidates hillary clinton and donald trump are closer than ever. and both parties were pushing hard at their rallies this weekend. mark albert is at the white house with more. secret service agents quickly sh stage in reno, nevada saturday night after someone yelled "gun" while a protestor approached the stage. (nats) a man was quickly taken into custody and escorted out of the building but no weapon was found and the protestor was released. (austyn crites/protestor) "somebody yelled something about a gun. and so that's where things really got out of hand. people just started kicking me, grabbing my arms, twisting them. finally, i'm very thankful for the law enforcement who was able to quickly come."
his supporters who helped bring the suspect down. (donald trump/(r) presidential nominee) "you are amazing, thank you fellas. i saw what you were doing. that's a tough group of people right there, thank you." (mark albert/cbs news/the white house) and another scare on the campaign trail saturday night. a car slammed into the side of the media bus covering clinton running mate tim kaine while the motorcade was headed to the airport. one reporter said he was thrown into the aisle. katy perry headlined a "get out the vote" concert in philadelphia. clinton says the (sec. hillary clinton/(d) presidential nominee) "to make sure that america lives up to its promise to every one of our people especially every one of our children. but in a sign that the race might be tightening more than they expected - president obama has added a campaign stop in michigan monday to help get young voters to the polls, before meeting up with the democratic nominee for a final rally in philadelphia. mark albert for cbs news, the white house.
your local election headquarters keeping you up to date with all races that matter to you both on air and online at las vegas now dot com./// ((nia wong)) also this weekend....st. jude's ranch for children is celebrating a major milestone. for 50 years, the charity has been helping abused and neglected children. on friday...they held their golden anniversary fundraiser to celebrate a half century of work in the valley. the original fundraiser was the inspiration for founding the charity. that was when the likes of frank pack stepped up./// ((nia wong)) now turning an eye on our weather... let's send it over to katie boer on what you can expect this week. katie? ((katie boer)) >> good morning! another very pleasant, dry and mild day across southern nevada with our above average temperatures continuing into the second half of the weekend. .......... here's a peak at your sunday planner...10am temps. starting
74. climbing up to our high of about 80 by 3pm with temps. dropping only a hair by 7pm this evening. ((nia wong)) metro is searching for the people responsible for killing two people in the valley this weekend.. >> adding to another deadly weekend fueling this year's crime spike. what police are doing to prevent
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((nia wong)) the search is on for two people metro believes killed a man over drugs. they say the victim was found dead from an apparent gunshot wound. it happened yesterday at a home near twain and torrey pines. while patrol officers investigated inside....they found different types of drug paraphernalia. they say it doesn't look like anyone forced theiw according to metro....the victim's girlfriend and a roommate were at the home during the shooting./// ((nia wong)) police are also investigating a deadly shooting from friday night. they say a man was killed after being shot several times near nellis air force base. police believe the victim was involved in a fight with 3 other suspects in the street before shots were fired. he was taken to u-m-c where he later died. no suspects have been arrested./// ((nia wong))
part of a violent crime spike in the valley this year. since january... 148 homicides have happened under metro's jurisdiction. to fight against this...metro says they created the office of community engagement-- for a more proactive approch to pviolent crime. the department says they've also added more uniformed officers to the streets. they say the sight of more police can be a deterrent... but also increases response and engagement. if you have any information about these two shootings call crimestoppers./// ((nia wong)) aimed to engage asian americans and pacific islanders is now open in the valley. we'll take a look at yesterday's grand opening. as well as check up with your weather now forecast... ((katie boer: >> i'm tracking our mild and dry forecast and how long it lasts coming up in my extended forecast.)) "now, live...this is 8 news now weekend edition." "now, live...this is 8 news now weekend edition." over 20,000 nevadans rely on planned parenthood for access to basic health services
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((nia wong)) welcome back to the valley's news leader.... youn' just yet...but you might want to dress a little warmer before you head out the door. katie boer explains. (( )) ((katie boer)) >> a beautiful day across southern nevada with plenty of blue sky and sunshine. temps. are trending way...way above average. ................ pleasant fall weather conditions are expected across the region through next week as high pressure over the west keeps temperatures well above average. ....................
beginning cumulus across far eastern mohave county otherwise skies are clear. due to the lack of mixing temperatures are up to 4 degrees lower in parts of las vegas compared to this time yesterday. outside of las vegas, temperatures running right on par with yesterday. ................... after the passage of a weak shortwave trough sunday, strong ridge will build in across the region during the rest of the period. little day to day variation in
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series mvp: >> thank you for your support all year long. this has been a magical season for the cubs, a magical season for chicago, and a magical season for cub fans all over the globe so we couldn't be happier to be a part of this moment./// )) ((nia wong)) welc what do you do after you win the championship? you go to disney world!!! yesterday a few of the chicago cubs players were involved in the annual championship parade at disney world in orlando florida. a day after chicagoans jammed the streets from wrigley field to downtown chicago. for many...this was a first to see the chicago cubs hoist the world series trophy in 108 years. fans sprinted into a massive downtown park to find a prime viewing spot for the world
and even dyed the chicago river./// ((nia wong)) ever wondered how those huge balloons at the macy's thanksgiving day parade moved through manhattan? apparently they're not easy to control. hundreds of volunteer balloon handlers train throughout the year to make sure the holiday parade is a success. this year teams of volunteers are challenged with two other new giant balloons- charlie brown and the trolls. and two smaller balloons, felix the cat and trixie... who is modeled after the parade ((amy kule/parade director: >> "what we've done is develop accordion legs. we've never had accordion legs in the parade before." >> "what's it like? (jillian baumrind/parade volunteer) >> it's pretty amazing, definitely different than what i thought. it's awesome. )) ((nia wong)) >> the 90th annual thanksgiving day parade will be held thanksgiving morning at nine a-m. to be a volunteer, you have to work at macy's or be sponsored by an employee./// ((nia wong)) the 46th annual new york city marathon kicks off this morning. tens of thousands are
christopher reeve's son will reeve is scheduled to participate in sunday's race. it is his first-ever marathon. he is raising 35 thousand dollars for the christopher & dana reeve foundation. ((nia wong)) the internet is buzzing after the first full trailer of the upcoming wonder woman movie is released. the new trailer features the amazonian super-hero, played by gal gidot going head to head with word war i era bad guys. this is the first stand-alone movie to feature the d-c hero, who stole superman: dawn of justice. the film also stars chris pine and robin wright and was directed by patty jenkins. it hits theater's june 2 of next year./// ((nia wong)) >> that's all the time we have for
captioning sponsored by cbs dickerson: today on "face the nation" it's down to the wire as campaign 2016 finally comes to a close. >> on this last weekend before election day the end can't come soon enough. the tension stays with us until the end. >> by the way,?r folks, while we're at >> dickerson: donald trump was rushed off the stage by the civil service in reno. >> nobody said it would be easy for us. but we will never be stopped. >> dickerson: and last minute dashes across the?i country to sewer up support in a flurry of final photo ops. last pleas for votes. >> i want to be the president