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overwhelmed with emotions, they were visibly upset and hurt about what happened. the shooting happened in the 2100 block of sunrise avenue... near fremont and eastern. police say a hispanic man in his thirties died from an apparent gunshot wound. a woman is currently being held by police. investigators believe she and the victim lived in the same apartment. they aren't calling her a suspect at this time -- but she hear her side of the story. the victim involved in the shooting has gang ties in the community. so they are trying to figure out if that played any role in what happened. another person on the scene was arrested due to an outstanding warrant. it's unclear if he is connected to the case at this point though. ((shakala)) police do not know what the motive is at this hour. investigators say it doesn't appear to be domestic. reporting live shakala alvaranga
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((christianne klein)) black friday is in full swing. and the crowds are just incredible today. ((mauricio marin)) >> one of the biggest hot spots is just south of the strip. ((christianne klein)) >> reporter brittany edney joins us now live from town square... brittany what are shoppers saying? ((brittany edney)) >> a lot of people today said they didn't mind the jam packed parking lots or the long lines--it was worth it for some of their scores. some where doing some early christmas shopping--others were just scooping up stuff on sale. says, she has a little surprise for mom and dad tonight--- she did go a little bit over budget. ((emily nelson, black friday shopper "i mean, they're probably not going to be too happy but the jeans are cute so it's worth it." )) adding she hopes her parents understand that, hey, she got a deal on jeans so ultimately, saved them money. another shopper said she had to bring grandma in on all the black friday action. ((alexia stein, black friday shopper )) " at holister, there was a line almost out the door, so i had my grandma stand in line and wait
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stores." she says one of the biggest sales she was excited to see was that abercrombie was 50-percent off storewide. ((brittany edney)) >> not only was it a crowded, busy day for shoppers who braved the long lines... but for retail workers as well. coming up at 6 tonight on 8 news now....we'll hear what it was like to work behind the register. guys we'll send it back to you./// ((mauricio marin)) drop shopping and hit the outdoors instead. red rock canyon was crowded with people looking to get some fresh air and find other ways to enjoy time with friends and family in town. some visiting for the first time say it sure beats having to deal with crowds at the mall. ((chris fuller/visitng red rock: "it's gorgeous. absolutely beautiful today. not a cloud in the sky. the beautiful sun is out. it's not too hot not too cold and we get to walk around in shorts and walk off some of this thanksgiving grub." ))
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>> b-l-m which runs red rock canyon operations says it may be necessary to temporarily close down the 13-mile scenic drive when it gets really busy this weekend. they recommend folks call this hotline 702-515-5350 before heading out to make sure the loop is open./// ((christianne klein)) the mother of "the brady bunch," florence henderson is being remembered today. the beloved actress entertained fanr she passed away last night in l-a.. dana jacobson looks back at her amazing career. (brady bunch nats) (nat brady bunch opening) (track 1) florence henderson was best known as america's mom. (nat pop brady bunch) (track 2) in the fall of 1969 she became carol brady, the step-mother and nearly flawless matriarch of the brady bunch (nat pop brady bunch) (track 3) that role was the crowning jewel of a more than 60 year career ...
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show business. (sot henderson brady bunch) (track 4) henderson told correspondent sarah hughes on sunday morning in 2010, that the character may have been too perfect (sot sunmo) (01;37;39;25) a lot of women say to me--you know i really hated you because my kids wanted you to be their mother (track 5) the show was among the first to introduce an audience to a "blended" family. (nat brady bunch) (track 6) though it ended in 1974, reruns and reboots kept the brady's--and multiple generations. (sot sunmo) (01;35;52;25) i grew up in a very large poor family--10 kids right?--10. and i was the tenth (track 7) born in the small town of dale indiana in 1934, henderson's family was reminiscent of the one she led on the television. (nat performance) (track 8) her affinity for performance brought her to the american academy of dramatic arts in new york city and then to broadway. (nat south pacific audio) (track 9) there she starred in multiple leading roles... (nat 1963 password) "tv and broadway
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(track 10) that launched a multi-faceted career...that never seemed to stop (nat brady bunch) (sot sunmo) sh: what is the one thing that, i guess, is the most different about you from carol brady? fh:(laughter) that's a very good question. i think i'm-- first of all, i've always worked. i think i've always had a job. (track 11) but regardless of what that job most of america...florence henderson will always be "mom" (nats brady bunch closing music) ((mauricio marin)) failure..(adlib) ((christianne klein)) >> ///
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preparations are underway for santa's big arrival tonight at opportunity village. ((christianne klein)) they're getting into the holiday spirit with the kick-off off their magical forest. we sent our tedd florendo to go check out the excitement.
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since dissipated. flooding was big in golden valley, arizona but now we're seeing much tranquil conditions. mostly clouds right now high humidity and dewpoints due to the rain that passed through this morning. winds breezy at times but cool 60's today and not 70's that's for sure. ...................... ............. ............. let's take you through the evening and show you what to expect. temps cooling off bigtime as skies beging to clear tonight. temps in the mid 50's and sunny and chiy by tomorrow a.m. r youg recast coming up in a few
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do you have any shopping plans for the weekend? ((christianne klein)) >> michelle mortensen has a gift guide you will want to see. how about gifts... that give next on 8 news now at 5, the valley's news leader. ///
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courvoisier, denise valdez and tedd florendo. this is 8 news now at five.")) ((mauricio marin)) gifts that give back are always popular for the holidays -- and this year our consumer advocate michelle mortensen has
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list -- no matter their age. ((christianne klein)) >> and be sure to log onto our website for a 2 screen experience.. so you can shop while you watch.
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are paw-fection. the limited edition collection featuring fun prints of dogs and cats and benefit best friends animal society, . these giving pillows from pottery barn teen also feature adorable pups .. and a portion of the proceeds goes directly to the aspca and hooray for the underdog is the go to spot for greeting cards and stationery for animal lovers. all of their fun pieces feature images and inspiring profiles of rescue dogs and cats who were abandoned and given a second chance at life. these headphones from lstn look amazing. they're actually made from real wood ... but even better when you buy one .. portions of the proceeds go to helping someone hear for the first time through a partnership with starkey hearing foundation. worldwide. life straw is also changing lives ... their water filters, straws and containers make contaminated water safe to drink... and when you buy any of their products ... proceeds are used to provide a child wiith safe drinking water for an entire school year in a developing community. and these cool sandles from sseko also give back in a big way. every purchase of their sandals ... handbags or jewelry gives a woman in east africa the chance to attend university. sseko also employs a team of 50+ women in uganda who
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their families. speaking of jewelry ... thes beautiful gold and silver prices from joan hornig designed to make a statement and a difference. her collection features gorgeous cuffs, necklaces, earrings, cufflinks and more ... and the best part ... all profits are donated to the charity of the purchaser's choice. the same premise applies to lush charity pots. procedes from these luxurious body lotions benefit organizations of your choice working for environmental conservation ... or human and animal rights issues. and be sure to check out all of their holidayh are also perfect for anyone on your list. and little ones can give back too with their gifts. bears for humaity creates adorable, high quality teddy bears. and when you buy one a bear is also donated to a needy child. even more amazing the products are made using only certified organic materials and fair trade practices. they also e employing at-risk women. and these bixbee backpacks are super cute for kids and when you buy one .. a backpack filled with school supplies is also donated to a
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back in an amazing way. you can learn more about all of them on our website .. just look for michelle's holiday gift guide... our pinterest page ... or my facebook page. i'm mm ((christianne klein)) >> if you've missed any of michelle's gift guides... or if you want to learn more about any of the products featured... just head to our website and click on "michelle's holiday gift guide"... or you can check out her pinterst page./// (adlib toss to tedd at the magical forest... with his magical helicopter?) tedd florendo
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up next.. a special report about boys town. >> a unique program that tries to make life easier for students... who are dealing with issues at home and school. ((mauricio marin)) >> plus... i bet you have some thanksgiving leftovers.. but.. are you aware of some of the hidden dangers of reheating some of your holiday favorites.. that story tonight on 8 news now at 6.. the valley's news leader will be right back.///
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everyone knows that students don't do well at school when their home life is in turmoil. ((mauricio marin)) >> teachers already have their hands full, and even parents don't know what to do sometimes. ((christianne klein)) >> but boys town nevada is meeting that need with a unique program that integrates with the school district. dave courvoisier reports. (nats of boys at table with yoly) adrian and eric are more ways than one. the brothers and their mom were identified by myrtle tate elementary school for in-home counseling by a boys town nevada consultant. 50 hours of parenting and behavioral help at no cost to the family. yoly was their consultant through the whole program: 11.53 when we got the call to this family was because adrian was adrian had problems at school. adrian had experienced some problems because of the divorce of the parents and trying to deal with that so there were some emotional issues. there were some scholastic issues as well because he had some behavior issues at school due to the whole divorce. 20.35 at first it was
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be in our house all day and i kind of thought about backing up because i had just lost my job at that time and so it was hard because i had to move i couldn't afford going to cry but claudia's son adrian began responding positively right away to the help: 22.18 the first thing was my son's emotions were all over the place, and it was just you would mention his father and he would go into tears were angry or lash out and you but he knows how to control them now. we have an action plan. 30.10 (what is the most important thing she taught you?) like to hold my anger? when i'm mad like when i'm mad to control my anger. 12.56 well, claudia actually she's an she's a great client honestly she really is she is somebody
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to help the kids. most parents do. the thing is we ask parents tend to do what ever was done to us. the boys town nevada program is integrated with 8 county schools right now... with hopes to grow and reach more at-risk neighborhoods. 31.07 and when a family has no hope, and you come in and you believe. you believe enough for them, that they start to see the tiniest bit of light. and when it's over in the services have been completed and the family has been never broken. /// it changes lives. ((mauricio marin)) myrtle tate has about 24 students involved in the boys town program. the principal and teachers there say it really helps, because it focuses on the needs of the family in the home./// ((mauricio marin)) thanks for watching 8 news now at five.
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