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it's over!" )) ((kirsten joyce)) thanks for joining us on good day, kirsten joyce. ((brian loftus)) >> i'm brian loftus. world series 2016 did not disappoint. the longest drought in the chicago cubs are the new world series champions ((kirsten joyce)) >> scott mcclean has the excitement from chicago. ((scott mclean)) >> the curse is officially broken after it took the chicago cubs 10 innings in wednesday night's game 7 for the chicago cubs to become the world series champs for the first time since 1908 (nats cheering)
the moment they've been waiting for ... as chicago emerges victorious from world series 2016. they beat the cleveland indians eight-to-seven in ten innings. it was a nail-biter of a game that featured a rain delay and went on past midnight, but the fans didn't seem to mind. mos:"fifty one years i've been here. a die-hard cubs fan from the south side. it hasn't been easy but the cubs are awesome and the supporters and fs up on us" mos:"i'm just like ... weeping openly right now. i'm covered with beers and tears and i just can't believe that this has happened." the cubs took three in a row to close out the the indians in game seven of a dramatic series. mos:"the anxiety was inane, you know, from down three-to-one, it was a one game at a time mentality. and once we were here today we knew it was just a matter of one game showing up and it happened
the two clubs had to have a loser. mos: "the cleveland fans were awesome. the cubs were terrific. just a great night." when the game ended, chicago erupted in celebrations one hundred and eight years in the making even the president joined in the festivities, tweeting: "it happened - cubs win world series. that's change even this south sider can believe in" ((scott mclean)) some fun facts on the last cubs world series win in 1908: --women were not allowed to te that didn't exist in 1908. the --cubs fans now live in states that didn't exist in 1908. the modern-day cubs play their spring training games in mesa, arizona... but arizona didn't achieve achieve statehood until 1912, four years after they won their last title. new mexico achieved statehood the same year and alaska and hawaii joined in 1959. --1908 baseball was segregated. jackie robinson 1st played in 1947 --only way to follow game was a ticket, 1st baseball game on radio was 1921.) ((barry schnir/cubs fan: >> "my grandma sat me on her knees when i was three and
"my grandma sat me on her knees when i was three and ught me about thcubs and 've been watchinghem lose r all are now."on dakis/cubs fan:neveo that's celebrating this morning. vegas is home to plenty of cubs fans. the crowd inside brando's went crazy when the cubs got the last out. and as fans celebrate--- sports books are paying out. william hill sports had the cubs 65 percent of the cash wagered were on the cubs. some cashed in with the ten to one of the game going into extra innings...which they did. over at boulevard bar...cleveland fans cheered on their team. and tell us even though they didn't win...they're proud the indians went this far./// sherry how's the
((hillary clinton/(d) presidential candidate: "on the day that we brought osama bin laden to justice, i was in the situation room." "donald trump was hosting 'celr ((brian loftus)) hillary clinton is working to sway nevada voters. she visited the plumbers and pipefitters union training center on the north side of town. u-s senate candidate catherine cortez masto was also there.. urging locals to get out and vote. friday is the last day for early voting. hillary's husband bill will be in town today during a concert at u-n-l-v by d-j steve aoki./// ((kirsten joyce)) and donald trump is focusing on key battle ground
both clinton and trump are tied with trump 45-45 in our "klas-jmc analytics" poll that was released yesterday. according to cnn/orc poll he's leading clinton by 5 points arizona. but he also trails her by 4 points in pennsylvania the trump campaign is sending donald junior and newt gingrich for a rally at "ahern manufacturing"./// ((kirsten joyce)) 8 news now is your local election headquarters throughout the campaign season... on air /// ((brian loftus)) the day long manhun for the man accused of killing two iowa police officers is over. ((kirsten joyce)) >> coming up on good day we'll see how investigators were able to find him./// ((you're watching the valley's news leader... with brian loftus, kirsten joyce, sherri swensk and demetria obilor.
an iowa man is in police custody - wanted for questioning in the shooting deaths of two officers overnight. ((kirsten joyce)) >> his capture ended an hours-long manhunt in and around des moines. cbs's danielle nottingham has the latest from urbandale, iowa. the manhunt for scott greene, who police say gunned down
two iowa police officers overnight, ended quietly along this rural road,
of natural resources. "he flagged down an employee of the dnr, presented his id to that employee and asked that that employee call 9-1-1." greene was wanted for killing two police officers - the first, just after 1 a-m in greene's hometown of urbandale. the second, 20 minutes later and two miles away, in des moines. police say they were ambushed. "there definitely was no opportunity for the sef to defend themselves or respond to the attack. both officers were seated in their cars, and were shot while they were sitting." the officers were identified as des moines sergeant anthony beminio, and urbandale officer justin martin. ((danielle nottingham/cbs news, urbandale, iowa )) greene was no stranger to law enforcement here. police say he was issued a warning for tresspassing at football game at his daughter's high school for waving a confederate flag
during the national anthem. "he had picked some people of color to wave it in front of, and although they didn't complain to us, there were people in the
removed from the stadium." police took greene to a hospital after he complained of a medical condition. charges could be announced later today. danielle nottingham, cbs news, urbandale, iowa. ((brian loftus)) >> police say they don't yet know how many weapons greene may have had access to, or how he acquired them./// ((kirsten joyce)) a local non profit is donating suits to help women get jobs. ((brian loftus)) >> coming up on good day.... we'll tell you how
you can help during unit drive./// you're watching 8 news now good day.
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chicago cubs are back home in chicago their team bus from cleveland. the chicago cubs fended off the cleveland indians
in game 7 of the world series at progressive field - winning 8-7 and igniting a citywide celebration back home in illinois... tens of thousands of fans celebrated the historic win outside wrigley field.
((kirsten joyce)) tomorrow.. you can help women in our community get jobs. the united way of southern nevada is hosting their annual fall suit drive this friday is hosting their annual fall suit drive this friday they're accepting donations of new and gently-used, clean professional clothes... like suits, dresses, skirts, and shoes. it's happening at nv energy on sahara...from 7 a-m to 2 p.m./// sherry how's the weather today? let's take a look at ((sherry swensk))
netflix users know all too well that shoddy wi-fi makes a big difference in how much you enjoy a daylong binge of tv. fortunately -- the company's chief content officer says they are working on making it possible to download movies or to watch offline. word is it would debut somewhere outside of the u-s first... before coming to america./// ((brian loftus)) those of you getting out of town for thanksgiving... brace yourself for record crowds. airlines in the u-s will carry more than 2-million passengers during the holiday -- that's according to the trade group "airlines for america". thanksgiving day is expected to be the lightest travel day while the sunday after will be the busiest./// ((kirsten joyce))
trick-or-treating. so when one boy missed his chance to dress up and go door-to-door -- someone made sure he still got his treats -- without any tricks. chuck roberts has the story. like a lot of four year olds -- evan taggard likes candy -- and football. this halloween he planned on dressing like his favorite player -jeremy sprinkle - and tackling the neighborhood to score as many treats as possible. (amber taggard/son got halloween surprise) "i think when you are 4 years old halloween is the apex of the holiday season." but a holiday ending injury (amber taggard/son got halloween surprise) "he was jumping on the trampoline with his brother and his dad like he's done for 10,000 hours of his life and he just landed wrong on his leg. it bent backward and we knew pretty immediately it was broken." even on the way to the emergency room evan's mind wasn't on a cast -- it was on candy. (amber taggard/son got halloween surprise) he was crying and hurting and holding his leg he was saying i'm going to miss trick or treating. like a lot of moms, amber updated friends and family on social media.
fb, he people please keep evan in your prayers, he's broken his leg and is really sad about missing trick or treating." she says they received some well wishes -- but also a few days later -- a knock at the door. (amber taggard/son got halloween surprise) "nobody was there but on the porch step was a candy pail and a little grabber and a really cute note. that person had hid 20 different bags of candy halloween treats went to work -- collecting candy. (amber taggard/son got halloween surprise) "it was a mash up of easter egg hunting and halloween all rolled into one. he was able to have a really good halloween experience even with a broken leg." amber says she still doesn't know who the halloween do-gooder is -- but she is grateful they helped turn a sad and scary situation into a true treat for evan. (amber taggard/son got halloween surprise) "he was shattered he was just so sad. for a 4 year old to think he's
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takeover of agassi prep academy. leaves parents angry about the potential change. we'll see what school officials had to asy ((kirsten joyce)) >> plus...the family of a man is pushing for action against their daughter's husband.. and a deposition uncovered by our i-team is only helping their fight. ((brian loftus)) >> and...it's expected to be a warmer weekend. sherry has your weather now forecast. ((kirsten joyce)) 8 news now good day, the vall' right now./// ((now, live...this is 8 news now good day.)) ((>> if these kids can pull me out of my bed that i have not left in a year to come down here and walk half a mile to speak in front of all of these people, then you need to listen to these children! )) ((kirsten joyce)) thanks for joining us on 8 news now good day, the