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arrest. planned to strike all in the name of isis 5 4 3..2..happy new year! happy new year cheering 20-16 is here las vegas!! how many people around the world to attend and other around the globe. i'm dave hall in for jason feinberg. and i'm maria silva in for monica jackson welcome to fox5 news this morning. first - nate tannenbaum is in for cassandra jones, he joins us with a quick look at the fox 5 weather 24-7 forecast. it's going to be a
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to the new year. . but don't expect that to last too long. the first full week of 2016 promises to bring two rounds of rain. we'll start to cloud up as early as sunday, with chances for scattered showers (with little or no accumulation) sunday night through monday, and possibly lingering into tuesday. look for the best chances for stronger rain throughout wednesday and thursday. it's a little early to pin down exactly how much rain will fall and exactly when, but the potent weather system that's out in the pacific now will definitely be arriving mid-week and sticking around for a few days. even when chances for rain die down, expect to see plenty of cloud cover. daytime highs will warm close to normal (low to mid 50s) while overnight lows will also rise from the freezing mark up to the low 40s two people are dead this morning, following a rollover crash on
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vehicle was speeding before this happened, and later burst into flames. fox five's nick lagrange joins us live near i-15 and craig with details in the investigation. nick? dave and maria -- police had i-15 south closed here at the craig ramp for several hours last night. again, 2015 ended here with two more fatalties on a major las vegas highway. this was a single- vehicle crash. police say it happened just after ten o'clock thursday night. nevada highway patrol's -- chelsea stuenkel -- says she and another the area when car on fire, lying embankment of the road. other witnesses was speeding, lost control, crashed into the dividing across the travel lanes, and came to rest on the other side before
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flames. firefighters later found two people dead inside the vehicle. "unfortunately, we're ending the year not on a good note with two fatalities. obviously something that could've been prevented due to slowing down and possibly impairment, which we'll find out in the future." you heard chelsea stuenkel mention possible impairment there. that is something police are investigating. with this happening the night of new year's eve, impairment is a real possibility. police say no other vehicles were hit in this crash. again, i-15 was closed at craig when this investigation started. right now...... we do not yet know the identities of the two killed. once we know more, we will let you know. dave and maria? now on to another accident, u-s 95 at ann road was shut down for hours overnight after a
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triggered a multi-car crash. the first calls came in just after 11:30 last night. one of our editors actually came within inches of the driver near buffalo on the 95. troopers say the driver crashed into three cars at ann road, injuring a number of people. the wrong way driver was taken to the hospital for treatment. we're told the other victims suffered non-life threatening injuries. n-h-p says it suspects the wrong way driver was driving under the influence. the local woman who attacked the man accused of hitting and killing her son on the u-s 95 at summerlin parkway in 2014... has pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor battery charge. lindona thompson admitted to throwing punches at gary adair junior in a hallway at the courthouse back on november 5th. yesterday, her attorney entered the no contest plea on her behalf. thompson was fined 100-dollars and ordered to attend impulse control classes and to stay out of trouble for the next 90 days. police say kadar
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changing a tire on the side of the road, when adair hit him with his car. adair has pleaded not guilty to felony reckless driving and driving under the influence charges. his trial is set to begin in march. a valley homeowner is recovering from his injuries this morning after being stabbed by someone who broke into his house. it happened on thursday morning near craig and pecos. the homeowner was stabbed at least three times in the torso. he was taken to the hospital, and police say his injuries aren't life-threatening. metro says the intruder ran off, and has not been caught. a man who police say robbed a doctors office... then shot his accomplice and left her behind--is arrested. metro says mario chism and veronica clay robbed an office near charleston and rancho--on december 16th. they say chism pistol-whipped the doctor, who was treating a patient at the time. an employee was able to escape and get a gun from his then came back to the office. police say shot the two suspects, killing veronica
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chism took off. but police say he was later found with a gunshot wound to his foot. he's now facing several charges, including robbery and battery with the use of a deadly weapon. police are releasing surveillance video from outside a 24-hour fitness, in hopes of finding a man's killer. on tuesday, a man was found dead inside his car outside the 24- hour fitness on rainbow and alta metro is looking for this vehicle in connection with that homicide. police say the two suspects who shot the victim were in this two door sedan, with a spoiler and non- tinted windows. if you have any information, call crimestoppers at 702-385-55-55. while most of the country prepared for new year's eve celebrations... some people in washington d-c, took to the streets to protest "and today we march for those who can't." a number of groups, including black lives matter- stopped traffic
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they were speaking out against law enforcement incidents that have left african americans dead. "tamir rice can't celebrate. sandra bland can't celebrate. to inject this message in their name, into the conversation and keep people thinking and talking about it and hopefully acting too." protesters say that if they want results-- they need to keep bringing attention to the recent incidents. a new years eve attack--stopped by the f-b-i. fox's patricia stark reports on how police believe the man wanted to impress isis. the f-b-i says this is the face of a wannabe jihadi. 25 year old emanuel lutchman is charged with attempting to provide material support to terrorists. prosecutors say lutchman was planning to attack people at a bar in rochester, new york on new year's eve. the plot allegedly involved knives and a machete. those items were purchased at a walmart with money provided by an f-b-i informant. must acknowledge that in today's day
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place in the world can be a target. so we're asking our residents to be safe and vigilant -- not just tonight, but every day and night." according to new york governor andrew cuomo.. lutchman converted to islam while he was behind bars on a robbery charge. the feds say lutchman was in touch with an isis member overseas. according to a federal complaint the isis member told lutchman he would have to prove his loyalty by praying regularly and planning an operation on new year's eve: devola says: "everybody's gotta wake up and pay attention and watch what's going on you know? you see anything funny you know don't be afraid to call. because it could be an american-born, it could be a blonde- haired, blue eyes, you never know. in addition to a criminal record.. lutchman also reportedly has a history of mental illness: dickerson says: "i think that type of thing could happen anywhere. i think it's more not a muslim thing, he's just an ignorant person. or somebody who's going through some stuff." the city of
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their new year's eve fireworks display as a result of the plot. if convicted...lutchma n could face twenty years in prison and a 250-thousand dollar fine. in new york.. patricia stark.. fox news. last night fireworks shot off from the rooftops of seven strip casinos... to help ring in the new year. and we were there in the thick of it all! these images were shot from atop mandalay bay, the palms and stratosphere. the eight minute fireworks show was choreographed to a special playlist... thankfully, the winds didn't pick up last night, so the big show went off without a hitch. counting down...cheering more than a million people pack new york city's times square..to ring in the new year. crowds counted
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fifteen as the waterford crystal ball dropped. police were out in full force-- with security stepped up in light of recent terror attacks and threats. more than 6- thousand officers were on hand. and this beautiful display coming out of mexico city-- where people also enjoyed a large street festival, to welcome 20-16. and in paris-- the message was clear on new years eve. spirits will not be dampened...and people will not live in fear. thousands showed up for the new years eve celebrations ...amid heavy police presence. the 127-th annual tournament of roses parade, taking place this morning. this year officials are ramping up security to prepare for the growing crowd of 700-thousand. pasadena police will have the assistance of the f-b-i and homeland security, along with plenty of undercover
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a link between allergies and anxiety in kids. what doctors say parents need to look out for...and how to help. the new work out trends of 20-16. who you no longer have to endure hours in the gym, to optimize your health.
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fox5 news this the son of a polish immigrant who grew up in a brooklyn tenement. he went to public schools, then college, where the work of his life began -- fighting injustice and inequality,
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he moved to vermont, won election and praise as one of america's best mayors. in congress, he stood up for working families and for principle, opposing the iraq war, supporting veterans. now he's taking on wall street and a corrupt political system funded by over a million contributions, tackling climate change to create clean-energy jobs, fighting for living wages, equal pay, and tuition-free public colleges. people are sick and tired of establishment politics, and they want real change! [ cheers and applause ] bernie sanders -- husband, father, grandfather, an honest leader building a movement with you to give us a future to believe in. sanders: i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. morning with
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jason feinberg, dave hall and maria silva. weather 24/7 with cassandra jones and your traffic solutions. this is fox5 news this morning. start burning those calories with a free hike at the state parks. hundreds of free, guided hikes are available all across the country. the closest parks we have here, is the spring mountain ranch state park and valley of fire. at the valley of fire-- you have to be ready to go at 10:30. if you want to go to spring mountain, that hike starts at 11. starting today, it will cost more to get into lake mead recreational area. this is a national fee increase. with the change-- if you buy a year pass.. it will stay in effect for an entire year from the date purchased... before it would expire at the end of the each
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now fox weather 24/7 it's going to be a mostly sunny start to the new year. . but don't expect that to last too long. the first full week of 2016 promises to bring two rounds of rain. we'll start to cloud up as early as sunday, with chances for scattered showers (with little or no accumulation) sunday night through monday, and possibly lingering into tuesday. look for the best chances for stronger rain throughout wednesday and thursday. it's a little early to pin down exactly how much rain will fall and exactly when, but the potent weather system that's out in the pacific now will definitely be arriving mid-week and sticking around for a few days. even when chances for rain die down, expect to see plenty of cloud cover. daytime highs will warm close to normal (low to mid 50s) while overnight lows will also rise from the
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the low 40s a child dies from
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bringing us to fourth deaths for the season. and experts want to remind us-- flu viruses spread mainly by airborne droplets from coughing, sneezing or talking. and we are approaching peak season. it's also possible to pick up the flu by touching a contaminated surface and then touching your mouth, eyes or nose. people over 65, young children, pregnant women and people with chronic conditions are at higher risk for developing serious complications from the flu. rehm says: "it takes somewhere between 2 to 4 weeks for the vaccine to be fully effective, that's why it's important to get vaccinated as early as possible during flu season." rehm says: "influenza symptoms, as it begins, include things like severe aches, headaches, fevers, chills, tiredness and fever is a big thing." the centers for disease control and prevention recommends everyone 6 months of age and older get vaccinated against the flu
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a new study shows kids who have allergies at a young age-- are more likely to have problems with anxiety and depression in the future. researchers found kids with persistent itchy or watery eyes-- and wheezing at age four tended to have higher depression or anxiety scores than others one thing is that, you know, if you have watery eyes, if you have post nasal drip, you might not be able to sleep, and when you're a child you might not be able to communicate that, right. so we know, even if you don't sleep for a day, you might feel run down, but if you experience that day after day for years, maybe that predisposes you to having some depression symptoms or anxiety symptoms. doctors say that the developing brain may also attack allergies the way it attacks viruses and bacteria. and that changes the way the nerves work in the child's brain. doctors say to look out for signs of nervousness and distress in kids with allergies. and see if they need to talk to
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their feelings.. it's important to mention this doesn't mean they have depression or anxiety-- but they may be more at risk new year, new you right? but that doesn't have to mean more time at the gym. but that doesn't have to mean more time at the gym. working out is moving beyond treadmills and weight benches. here's the run- down on new trends coming in the new year... and check this out--there are superhero inspired workouts! santamaria says: "one of the huge trends you're gonna see in 2016 is superhero-inspired workouts. one of the classes we have at crunch is called extreme firefighter's workout. six stations, intervals, crazy things that firefighters might actually have to do in life. hard-core restorative workouts. for example, we are launching in january, cocooning, with anti-gravity. anti-grav designed these hammocks, and it's an intense workout he adds the most
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to the gym is setting the bar too high when it comes to exercising... to ensure success--everyon e should find their own rhythm - and go at their own pace. and las vegas' newest resident was welcomed into the world at 12:04 this morning. the newborn baby boy weighed in at 6-and-a-half pounds and was 18-and-a-half inches long. his parents haven't revealed his name yet. the bouncing baby boy was born at mountain view hospital. a big congratulations to the lucky parents. a new condition caused by smart phones. doctors explain why we may think we are getting texts and notifications...whe n we're really not.
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from facebook? the glitch that aged users from around the world by 20 years or more--
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a facebook glitch select users were wrongfully notified on thursday-- that they had become friends with some people 46-years ago! the internet wasn't even around back then--nevermind facebook itself! facebook later sent out a message saying the error was caused by a softwarree glitch. one user commented--go home, you must be drinking--i'm not even 46 years old. bzz bzz doctor explaining this is called... phantom vibration syndrome. it's become a full fledged condition. doctors say 90 percent of us experience imaginary mobile alerts. scientists say mobile phones are
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us to perceive sensations as incoming calls.. they attribute it to our fear of missing a call or message. the dawn of the i-phone, has been a big game changer for how we do a lot of things these days. tom foreman looks at the influence of i- phone technology over the years. --reporter pkg-as follows-- (nat sound/new year's celebration) when the ball comes down, the phones will go up as millions take pictures to welcome the new year... and in many ways each click is testament to the earth shaking impact of one product... to understand, you have to go back to 2007, when the cell phone industry was exploding... (nats commercial) "everybody loves chocolate..." ...and everybody thought it might be a big mistake for computer giant apple to get in on it, but when steve jobs unveiled the
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(steve jobs) "an ipod - a phone - and an internet communicator! (huge applause)" despite early growing pains, it was a game changer. as a music player, the iphone took all the best elements of the ipod. as an internet link it was elegant; as a phone it was fine; and as a camera it had everyone snapping... and soon the the release of each new generation was spurring another long line of eager fans... (mos) "i gotta keep up with the latest technology..." (tom foreman/reporting) "certainly, the rise of social media platforms have helped the iphone prosper - and undeniably, plenty of other phones now do many of the same things." but the iphone remains iconic - one of the most popular ways for us to capture and share popes, presidents, puppies, pre- schoolers, private moments, and public amazements - whatever is at hand - or foot - no matter what the new year brings.
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washington. ordered to testify against her husband. when camille cosby is expected to give a deposition. and the number of charges comedian bill cosby is facing now. an inspiring story. how a stranger stepped in to help a single mom... and her message to all for the new year. a deadly crash
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two people on ok, we're here. here's dad. mom. the twins. aunt alice... you didn't tell me aunt alice was coming. of course. don't forget grandpa. can the test drive be over now? maybe just head back to the dealership? don't you want to meet my family? yep, totally. it's practically yours, but we still need your signature. the volkswagen sign then drive event.
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zero down, zero deposit, and zero first months payment on a new jetta and otherselect models. new years eve... why officials say it could have been prevented. police shoot at a suspect, they believe to be armed.. what officers say he was holding...and why he was wanted in the first place. making it difficult for the wrong people to get their hands on guns... more on the executive order
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expected to put in place. good morning it's 7: on this , welcome back to fox five news this morning. we'll have the latest on all your top stories... but first let's check in with nate tannenbaum for a look at your weather. it's going to be a mostly sunny start to the new year. . but don't expect that to last too long. the first full week of 2016 promises to bring two rounds of rain.
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up as early as sunday, with chances for scattered showers (with little or no accumulation) sunday night through monday, and possibly lingering into tuesday. look for the best chances for stronger rain throughout wednesday and thursday. it's a little early to pin down exactly how much rain will fall and exactly when, but the potent weather system that's out in the pacific now will definitely be arriving mid-week and sticking around for a few days. even when chances for rain die down, expect to see plenty of cloud cover. daytime highs will warm close to normal (low to mid 50s) while overnight lows will also rise from the freezing mark up to the low 40s police are investigating a deadly crash that took the lives of two people thursday night. it's a sad end to 2015.... ...one that authorities say could've been prevented. fox five's nick lagrange joins us live near i-15 and craig with how investigators say the crash happened. nick? dave and maria -- police had i-15 south closed here at the craig ramp
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last night. two people in the same vehicle were killed in a rollover crash and car fire here... ...marking a grim end to a year replete with traffic fatalities. this was a single- vehicle crash. police say it happened just after ten o'clock thursday night. nevada highway patrol's -- chelsea stuenkel -- says she and another officer were in the area when they noticed the car on fire, lying on the shoulder embankment of the road. other witnesses tell police the car was speeding, lost control, crashed into the dividing wall, rolled across the travel lanes, and came to rest on the other side before bursting into flames. firefighters later found two people dead inside the vehicle. "because the vehicle did catch fire, it's not recognizable, right now, where the vehicle was registered. we can't see plates on the vehicle, right now." police say it's very fortunate no other vehicles
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flailed across the entire roadway. police are investigating alcohol impairment as a contributing factor in the wreck. again, i-15 was closed at craig when this investigation started. right now...... we do not yet know the identities of the two killed. once we know more, we will let you know. again, i-15 was closed at craig when this investigation started. right now...... we do not yet know the identities of the two killed. once we know more, we will let you know. dave and maria? an armed murder suspect was shot and killed by metro officers after they tried to arrest him. fox5's abby theodros reports on why they were looking for him in the first place.
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officers then arrived to the area of guilded crown court where they encountered the man. they say the situation escalated when the man would not listen to their commands and approached them all while carrying a cell phone they thought was a gun. capt. matt mccarthy: because of the officers believed the suspect was wanted for attempted murder because this was a residential area and believed he was armed they shot and struck him several times. the suspect was pronounced dead on the scene. police have not yet released the man's identity or what brought him to las vegas - but police say they're still uncovering the details of this investigation. more details are expected in the coming days.>> no officers, agents or bystanders were injured in the shooting. police also tell us there is no threat to the public. 19 adults and 17 children are homeless after a devastating
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near sunrise hospital. " i called around to so many hotels, no vacancy, no we can't help you. what happened to helping people? we didn't ask to be put out by a fire. especially on new year's eve. " the fire broke out yesterday morning near maryland parkway and desert inn. it took firefighters at least three hours to put out the fire. people who live at the apartments are blaming squatters for starting the fire, but officials haven't confirmed that. luckily no one was hurt. and a firefighter was hurt in another fire yesterday. las vegas fire and rescue says a firefighter fell off a roof at a home near bonanza and maryland parkway. he was checked out by paramedics, and went back to work without a hospital visit. investigators say this fire started in the chimney area, and they believe squatters were staying in the home. dozens of new nevada state laws go into effect today... including a controversial new education law. senate bill 302
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money to send their children to private school... it's being called the most ambitious school choice law in the country... there has been a lot of pushback to this law... including two lawsuits that are currently in the courts... assembly bill 162 requires police officers to wear body cameras... the law also makes the footage recorded on those cameras as public record... other new laws going into effedct today are designed to curb the influence of lobbyists... and hemp... it can now be legally grown in nevada... for research purposes only. on monday, president obama expected to meet with attorney general loretta lynch-- to discuss an executive order to make it more difficult for people to get their hands on guns. the order would expand background checks on gun sales. in his weekly radio address, the president said he gets so many letters from parents, teachers and children about the "epidemic of gun violence" in the country. and he can't "sit around and do nothing." camille cosby has
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a defamation lawsuit against her husband, comedian bill cosby. she is scheduled to testify next week. the case involves seven women who have all accused bill cosby of drugging and sexually assaulting them. they say the 78- year-old comic portrayed them as liar after they went public with their allegations. the comedian is also facing felony sexual assault charges in pennsylvania over an alleged incident that happened in 2004. he denies any wrong doing. another big celebration was held downtown on fremont street. crews worked hard overnight to get it all cleaned up! people had to pay 40 dollars and pass a security check to gain access to the celebration. more than 13 live bands performed. ""we were looking for something fun and spontaneous to do. i said lets go to vegas, it's close quick convenient and we can drink all night, so we're
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plaza which is close to here . it's cheaper than a dui" las vegas mayor carolyn goodman led the new year's countdown under the fremont canopy. starting off the new year right. a good samaritan in grand rapids, michigan gave one single mom a gift she will likely never forget ken kolker has the story. (nats "so this is a saab story?") (centhia fleming/needed car repair) "yeah, this is a saab story, with a happy ending. (laughter)" centhia fleming's 2009 saab, with 109,000 miles, wasn't safe to drive -- something to do with the steering. other mechanics couldn't pin it down -- so she drove it from her home in battle creek to fox saab in grand rapids. (voice of centhia fleming/needed car repair) quick "they said it was a transfer case." and they gave her a price. (centhia fleming/needed car repair) "oh, my the original estimate was about $800." she had recently lost one of her jobs as a visiting social worker and had spent everything on christmas for her two young children. (centhia fleming/needed car repair) "i just started praying. i said lord i really don't have the money for this. i don't know where it's going to come from. but i know you'll make a way, you'll take care of
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amy kornoelje was there to get her son's headlight fixed -- a $70 bill. (amy kornoelje/paid for stranger's car repair) "i was reading a book at the time and i felt like, something saying, you need to help this person. you need to help this person. you've been here before." then, she overheard this mom she didn't know making calls to borrow the money -- and it moved her. (amy kornoelje/paid for stranger's car repair) "i said i don't know her story, i don't know what it is, but we're all here on this earth, and i feel like i need to help her out." the dealership cut the bill, almost in half, and amy took care of the rest - $430. fleming couldn't believe it when the and when he pointed out her angel. (centhia fleming/needed car repair) "i cried, it was tears of joy of course, but i cried like a little baby. (laughter)" (amy kornoelje/paid for stranger's car repair) "i feel like if we all did that a little bit, just really pay attention to what's going on around us, then this place would be a whole lot better and we can make a (nats) record-breaking floods hit the
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what damage has midwest... what damage has been done and why the worst of it could still be to come. our fox 5 holiday food drive... comes to an end... how your donations will make a differenc. where you can donate all year long and what 3- square says they still need the most.
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reaching historical levels. water is spilling over the banks of the mississippi river. more than 12- million americans have been dealing with flood warning for the past few days. c-n-n's jennifer gray reports on the devestation, and the masive clean up efforts now in place. --reporter pkg-as follows-- (connie fan/resident) "this is unbelievable. this is like, totally,
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crazy. i have never, in my life, seen anything like this before." for missouri residents it's going to be anything but a joyful new year national weather service says record flooding will serve as the new bench mark for the meramec river basin, and parts of the mississippi river aren't expected to crest until later tonight (mayor michael polizzi, fenton, missouri) "we've taken on more water in history ever that i'e known in our city. it is in places we've never had it before." flooding has submerged neighborhoods, schools, and shopping centers in the st. louis area ... including parts of interstates 70, 44 and 55. (tom blair, missouri department of transportation) "we are keeping back a couple feet of water from actually getting on i-55. unfortunately, that effort hasn't been totally fruitful. we do have some water, anywhere from six inches to almost a foot in a couple of deep spots." even some homes have been swept away by the sheer force the flood waters, and waters have breached a second wastewater treatment plant this morning ...
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meramec river the missouri red cross has opened shelters across the state and the governor has declared a state of emergency and activated the national guard as thousands are being evacuated (kelly northcutt) "it's kinda like a ghost town now. it's pretty scary, you can't imagine all the water just taking this whole town over." even as sunny weather moves in ... officials continue plead with residents to be safe ... and heed their warnings (gov. jay nixon, (d) missouri) "if we could say anything over and over and over, it would be don't drive into water. of the fatalities that we've had, every one except one has been somebody that drove inouri alone. flooding is blamed for the deaths of at least 14 people in missouri alone. we're just having an earthquake right now... lights are shaking. an earthquake! on live t-v. it happened during a k-f-o-r newscast this morning. the 4.2 magnitude earthquakestruck 16 miles north east of oklahoma city.
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that's prompted state regulato oil and gas operators. no injuries have been reported so far. now fox weather 24/7 to the new year. . but don't expect week of 2016 promises to bring two rounds of rain. we'll start to cloud up as early as sunday, with chances for scattered showers (with little or no accumulation) and possibly lingering into tuesday.the best chancesesy and thursday. it's a little early to pin down exactly how much rain will fall
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but the potent weather system that's out in the pacific now will definitely be arriving mid-week and sticking around for a few days. even when chances for rain die down, expect to see plenty of cloud cover. daytime highs will warm close to normal (low to mid 50s) while overnight lows will also rise from the freezing mark up to the low 40s a husband in virginia...isn't
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christmas wish to mother nature. he decided to take matters into his own hands and giver her the white christmas she always dreamed of--despite record breaking high temperatures. he made fake snow out of soap water and oxygen... and brought his wife to tears. she says it's the best christmas she ever had.
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up, if you're thinking about college this fall... get online and start filling out your financial aid form! today is the first day you can submit the college financial aid form. and the sooner the better because some states run out of grant money. the form takes a little time to fill out but you can do it online and, it's free. on new year's eve... a live tv moment took a surprising turn... this lady wasn't ready for it, trending this morning... buck, buck, buck, buck, buck, buck! buck, buck, buck, buck, buuuck.. .
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buck, buck, buck! buck, buck, buck, buck, buck! foster farms hot n spicy wings. 100% natural with no added hormones or steroids. foster farms. now in your freezer aisle. nap time for baby is "snap time" for dad... before his son's nap, this dad snaps a pic... then transforms the picture into a famous movie or t-v character. he draws on the pic using the snap-chat drawing tool... then posts it to his "snap-dad" accounts on snapchat, facebook and tumbler. in belgium, a man was carried high into the sky...
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a hot air balloon reports say the man didn't understand the dutch-speaking pilot telling him to let go. the man dangled high-above ground until the pilot was able to pull him inside the basket. the balloon landed safely about half an hour later in holland. asking your lady to marry you is stressful enough... this guy did it on live tv. "taylor marie... will you marry me." staff sergeant seth youtsey surprised his girlfriend with a proposal... while celebrating new year's eve in new york city. for a moment she was in shock... but then... she said yes! there's much more on fox5 news this morning
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inferno...in dubai. how it started..after the break. from a peach... to a guitar... to a moon pie drop... see how other
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a horrific crash, leaves two people dead... we have a live report on what caused it. a terror plot foiled! and one man under arrest. where this man planned to strike on new years eve... all in the name of isis 5 4 3..2..happy new year! happy new year cheering 20-16 is here las vegas!! how many people traveled in from around the world to attend americas party. and other celebrations from around the globe.
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i'm dave hall in for jason feinberg. and i'm maria silva in for monica jackson welcome to fox5 news this morning. first - nate tannenbaum is in for cassandra jones, he joins us with a quick look at the fox 5 weather 24-7 forecast. it's going to be a mostly sunny start to the new year. . but don't expect that to last too long. the first full week of 2016
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we'll start to cloud up as early as sunday, with chances for scattered showers (with little or no accumulation) sunday night through monday, and possibly lingering into tuesday. look for the best chances for stronger rain throughout wednesday and thursday. it's a little early to pin down exactly how much rain will fall and exactly when, but the potent weather system that's out in the pacific now will definitely be arriving mid-week and sticking around for a few days. even when chances for rain die down, expect to see plenty of cloud cover. daytime highs will warm close to normal (low to mid 50s) while overnight lows will also rise from the freezing mark up to the low 40s two people are dead this morning, following a rollover crash on i-15. police say the vehicle was speeding before this happened, and later burst into flames. fox five's nick lagrange joins us live near i-15 and craig with details in the investigation. nick? dave and maria -- police had i-15 south closed here at the craig ramp for several hours last night. again, 2015 ended
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a major las vegas highway. this was a single- vehicle crash. police say it happened just after ten o'clock thursday night. nevada highway patrol's -- chelsea stuenkel -- says she and another officer were in the area when they noticed the car on fire, lying on the shoulder embankment of the road. other witnesses tell police the car was speeding, lost control, crashed into the dividing wall, rolled across the travel lanes, and came to rest on the other side before bursting into flames. firefighters later found two people dead inside the vehicle. "unfortunately, we're ending the year not on a good note with two fatalities. obviously something that could've been prevented due to slowing down and possibly impairment, which we'll find out in the future." you heard chelsea stuenkel mention possible impairment there.
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police are investigating. with this happening the night of new year's eve, impairment is a real possibility. police say no other vehicles were hit in this crash. again, i-15 was closos at craig when this investigation started. right now...... we do not yet know the identities of the two killed. once we know more, we will let you know. dave and maria? now on to another accident, u-s 95 at ann road was shut down for hours overnight after a wrong way driver triggered a multi-car crash. the first calls came in just after 11:30 last night. one of our editors actually came within inches of the driver near buffalo on the 95. troopers say the driver crashed into three cars at ann road, injuring a number of people. the wrong way
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for treatment. we're told the other victims suffered non-life threatening injuries. n-h-p says it suspects the wrong way driver was driving under the influence. the local woman who attacked the man accused of hitting and killing her son on the u-s 95 at summerlin parkway in 2014... has pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor battery charge. lindona thompson admitted to throwing punches at gary adair junior in a hallway at the courthouse back on november 5th. yesterday, her attorney entered the no contest plea on her behalf. thompson was fined 100-dollars and ordered to attend impulse control classes and to stay out of trouble for the next 90 days. police say kadar brown was changing a tire on the side of the road, when adair hit him with his car. adair has pleaded not guilty to felony reckless driving and driving under the influence charges. his trial is set to begin in march. a valley homeowner is recovering from his injuries this morning after being stabbed by someone who
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house. it happened on thursday morning near craig and pecos. the homeowner was stabbed at least three times in the torso. he was taken to the hospital, and police say his injuries aren't life-threatening. metro says the intruder ran off, and has not been caught. a man who police say robbed a doctors office... then shot his accomplice and left her behind--is arrested. metro says mario chism and veronica clay robbed an office near charleston and rancho--on december 16th. they say chism pistol-whipped the doctor, who was treating a patient at the time. an employee was able to escape and get a gun from his car. then came back to the office. police say shot the two suspects, killing veronica clay. chism took off. but police say he was later found with a gunshot wound to his foot. he's now facing several charges, including robbery and battery with the use of a deadly weapon. police are releasing surveillance video from outside a 24-hour fitness, in hopes of finding a man's killer. on tuesday, a man was found dead
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outside the 24- hour fitness on rainbow and alta metro is looking for this vehicle in connection with that homicide. police say the two suspects who shot the victim were in this two door sedan, with a spoiler and non- tinted windows. if you have any information, call crimestoppers at 702-385-55-55. while some people took to the streets for the new year's eve celebrations. some people in washington d-c, took to the streets to protest "and today we march for those who can't." a number of groups, including black lives matter- stopped traffic during the protest. they were speaking out against law enforcement incidents that have left african americans dead. "tamir rice can't celebrate. sandra bland can't celebrate. to inject this message in their name, into the conversation and keep people thinking and talking about it and hopefully acting too." protesters say that if they want results-- they need to keep bringing attention to the recent incidents. a new years eve
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fox's patricia stark reports on how police believe the suspect involved planned the attack to impress isis. the f-b-i says this is the face of a wannabe jihadi. 25 year old emanuel lutchman is charged with attempting to provide material support to terrorists. prosecutors say lutchman was planning to attack people at a bar in rochester, new york on new year's eve. the plot allegedly involved knives and a machete. those items were purchased at a walmart with money provided by an f-b-i informant. warren says: "we all must acknowledge that in today's day and age that any place in the world can be a target. so we're asking our residents to be safe and vigilant -- not just tonight, but every day and night." according to new york governor andrew cuomo.. lutchman converted to islam while he was behind bars on a robbery charge. the feds say lutchman was in
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member overseas. according to a federal complaint the isis member told lutchman he would have to prove his loyalty by praying regularly and planning an operation on new year's eve: devola says: "everybody's gotta wake up and pay attention and watch what's going on you know? you see anything funny you know don't be afraid to call. because it could be an american-born, it could be a blonde- haired, blue eyes, you never know. in addition to a criminal record.. lutchman also reportedly has a history of mental illness: dickerson says: "i think that type of thing could happen anywhere. i think it's more not a muslim thing, he's just an ignorant person. or somebody who's going through some stuff." the city of rochester canceled their new year's eve fireworks display as a result of the plot. if convicted...lutchma n could face twenty years in prison and a 250-thousand dollar fine. in new york.. patricia stark.. fox news. last night fireworks shot off from the rooftops of seven strip casinos... to help ring in the new year.
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there in the thick of it all! these images were shot from atop mandalay bay, the palms and stratosphere. the eight minute fireworks show was choreographed to a special playlist as sprays of gold glittery fireworks danced across the night sky. thankfully, the winds didn't pick up last night, so the big show went off without a hitch. counting down...cheering more than a million people pack new york city's times square..to ring in the new year. crowds counted down the final minute of twenty fifteen as the waterford crystal ball dropped. police were out in full force-- with security stepped up in light of recent terror attacks and threats. more than 6- thousand officers were on hand. and this beautiful display coming out of mexico city-- where people also enjoyed a large street
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welcome 20-16. and in paris-- the message was clear on new years eve. spirits will not be dampened...and they will not live in fear. thousands showed up for the new years eve celebrations . there was a heavy police presence. the 127-th annual tournament of roses parade, taking place this morning. this year officials are ramping up security to prepare for the growing crowd of 700-thousand. pasadena police will have the assistance of the f-b-i and homeland security, along with plenty of undercover officers in the crowd. a link between allergies and anxiety in kids. what doctors say parents need to look out for...and how to help. the new work out trends of 20-16. ditch the treadmill and grab some bed sheets... no really... we'll show you.
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fox5 news this morning with monica jackson, jason feinberg, dave hall and maria silva. weather 24/7 with cassandra jones and your morning traffic solutions. this is fox5 news
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firefighters battled a massive fire in dubai...that engulfed a 63- story skyscraper. becky anderson has the latest. ((closed captioning will resume shortly)) (cnn) -- firefighters battled a blaze that engulfed a luxury hotel in dubai thursday night while a spectacular new year's fireworks display lit up the night sky nearby. orange tentacles of flames engulfed a large section of the high-end address hotel soon after the fire started around 9:30 p.m. (12:30 p.m. et). witnesses said they heard explosions as the fire raged. it's going to be a
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to the new year. . but don't expect that to last too long. the first full week of 2016 promises to bring two rounds of rain. we'll start to cloud up as early as sunday, with chances for scattered showers
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accumulation) sunday night through monday, and possibly lingering into tuesday. look for the best chances for stronger rain throughout wednesday and thursday. it's a little early to pin down exactly how much rain will fall and exactly when, but the potent weather system that's out in the pacific now will definitely be arriving mid-week and sticking around for a few days. even when chances for rain die down, expect to see plenty of cloud cover. daytime highs will warm close to normal (low to mid 50s) while overnight lows will also rise from the freezing mark up to the low 40s
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giving community. fox5's shining star works on commission, and everytime she makes money, so does a charity. christine maddela reports. (heidi williams ther'es an enclosed patio heidi williams is one of many real estate agents in the valley. we have the built in grill over here this realty one realtor does something a little different. i donate 10% of my net income to the charity of my
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to a charity her client's choose... so she's donated to organizations all over the valley. it makes me feel really good. it feeds your soul, is addicting, once you start, you can't stop. i just do it to feed my soul and i'm a good person, i'm able to do it, why not do it. if her clients don't have a specific charity in mind, heidi donates the money to nonprofits she's involved in... to help animals. come here, baby i've always loved them, i have to be their voice, they can't help themselves heidi fosters dogs in need of a good home, come here sweet boy! (dog running) and rescues about five a week. i would give all my money if i could that includes the five hundred dollars she got from henderson chevrolet... she also received her fox5 shining star award and certificate. for somebody to give away part of their commission that they work so hard for, that's pretty substantial. (nats- award presentation) every time she succeeds, someone's going to benefit from it. that's great for the community (((endpkg))) heidi has already
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hundred dollars of her commission to several different charities. there were some unique ways americans rang in the new year! this was the scene in atlanta. yes, that's a giant peach! they celebrate every year with the giant peach drop. and check this out! this is how they celebrate in raleigh, north carolina. that's a big acorn. large crowds gathering in downtown orlando last night to welcome in the new year with the flordia orange drop. and what better way to ring in 20-16 in memphis than with the guitar drop! and last but not least, those celebrating 2016 in mobile, alabama did so with the annual moon pie drop! ordered to testify
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husband. when camille cosby is expected to give a deposition. and the number of charges comedian bill cosby is now facing in the spirit of the holiday, we're hearing from callers voicing their rants and raves about las vegas' new years eve celebration. that's coming up in the morning rant ((closed captioning will resume shortly)) in the spirit of the
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themed rants. get ready... they're all over the place- even a proposed ban on kissing! but let's start with the positive one.
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what he was talking about - one of the world's largest fireworks display in dubai. but, we do have to mention,... the fireworks display went on even as a massive fire engulfed a 63 story hotel nearby. people ran running and screaming from the high rise hotel, and many in the area couldn't even see the fireworks display through the smoke. at least 16 people were hurt in the fire. on to other rants: ah... i see what he
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what i'm saying? you can, like, send us your rants to the rant at fox5vegas.com or call at 702-436-8285 another deadly crash claims the
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people on new years eve... why officials say it could have been prevented. police shoot at a suspect, they believe to be armed.. what officers say he was holding...and why he was wanted in the first place. making it difficult for the wrong people to get their hands on guns... more on the executive order president obama is expected to put in place. good morning it's 7: on this ,
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fox five news this morning. we'll have the latest on all your top stories... but first let's check in with nate tannenbaum for a look at your weather. it's going to be a mostly sunny start to the new year. . but don't expect that to last too long. the first full week of 2016 promises to bring two rounds of rain. we'll start to cloud up as early as
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scattered showers (with little or no accumulation) sunday night through monday, and possibly lingering into tuesday. look for the best chances for stronger rain throughout wednesday and thursday. it's a little early to pin down exactly how much rain will fall and exactly when, but the potent weather system that's out in the pacific now will definitely be arriving mid-week and sticking around for a few days. even when chances for rain die down, expect to see plenty of cloud cover. daytime highs will warm close to normal (low to mid 50s) while overnight lows will also rise from the freezing mark up to the low 40s police are investigating a deadly crash that took the lives of two people thursday night. it's a sad end to 2015.... ...one that nhp say could've been prevented.
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lagrange joins us live near i-15 and craig with how police say the crash happened. nick? dave and maria -- police had i-15 south closed here at the craig ramp for several hours last night. two people in the same vehicle were killed in a rollover crash and car fire here... ...marking a grim end to a year replete with traffic fatalities. this was a single- vehicle crash. police say it happened just after ten o'clock thursday night. nevada highway patrol's -- chelsea stuenkel -- says she and another officer were in the area when they noticed the car on fire, lying on the shoulder embankment of the road. other witnesses tell police the car was speeding, lost control, crashed into the dividing wall, rolled across the travel lanes, and came to rest on the other side before bursting into flames. firefighters later found two people dead inside the vehicle.
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did catch fire, it's not recognizable, right now, where the vehicle was registered. we can't see plates on the vehicle, right now." police say it's very fortunate no other vehicles were hit in this crash, as the car flailed across the entire roadway. police are investigating alcohol impairment as a contributing factor in the wreck. again, i-15 was closed at craig when this investigation started. right now...... we do not yet know the identities of the two killed. once we know more, we will let you know. again, i-15 was closed at craig when this investigation started. right now...... we do not yet know the identities of the two killed. once we know more, we will let you know. dave and maria? an armed murder suspect was shot and killed by metro officers after they tried to arrest him. fox5's abby theodros reports on why
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bystanders were injured in the shooting. 19 adults and 17 children are homeless after a devastating apartment fire near sunrise hospital. " i called around to so many hotels, no vacancy, no we can't help you. what happened to helping people? we didn't ask to be put out by a fire. especially on new year's eve. " the fire broke out yesterday morning near maryland parkway and desert inn. it took firefighters at least three hours to put out the fire. people who live at the apartments are blaming squatters for starting the fire, but officials haven't confirmed that. luckily no one was hurt. and a firefighter was hurt in another fire yesterday. las vegas fire and rescue says a firefighter fell off a roof at a home near bonanza and maryland parkway. he was checked out by paramedics, and went back to work without a hospital visit. investigators say this fire started in the chimney area, and they believe squatters were staying in the home. on monday, president obama is expected to meet
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general loretta lynch to discuss an executive order to make it more difficult for people to t their hands on guns. the order would expand background checks on gun sales. in his weekly radio address, the president said he gets so many letters from parents, teachers and children about the "epidemic of gun violence" in the country. and he says he can't quote "sit around and do nothing." camille cosby has been ordered to give a deposition in a defamation lawsuit against her husband, comedian bill cosby. she is scheduled to testify next week. the case involves seven women who have all accused bill cosby of drugging and sexually assaulting them. they say the 78- year-old comic portrayed them as liar after they went public with their allegations. the comedian is also facing felony sexual assault charges in pennsylvania over an alleged incident that happened in 2004. he denies any
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another big celebration was held downtown on fremont street. crews worked hard overnight to get it all cleaned up! people had to pay 40 dollars and pass a security check to gain access to the celebration. more than 13 live bands performed. ""we were looking for something fun and spontaneous to do. i said lets go to vegas, it's close quick convenient and we can drink all night, so we're staying over at the plaza which is close to here . it's cheaper than a dui" las vegas mayor carolyn goodman led the new year's countdown under the fremont canopy. starting off the new year right. a good samaritan in grand rapids, michigan gave one single mom a gift she will likely never forget ken kolker has the story. (nats "so this is a saab story?") (centhia fleming/needed car repair) "yeah, this is a saab story, with a happy ending. (laughter)" centhia fleming's 2009 saab, with 109,000 miles, wasn't safe to drive -- something to do
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other mechanics couldn't pin it down -- so she drove it from her home in battle creek to fox saab in grand rapids. (voice of centhia fleming/needed car repair) quick "they said it was a transfer case." and they gave her a price. (centhia fleming/needed car repair) "oh, my the original estimate was about $800." she had recently lost one of her jobs as a visiting social worker and had spent everything on christmas for her two young children. (centhia fleming/needed car repair) "i just started praying. i said lord i really don't have the money for this. i don't know where it's going to come from. but i know you'll make a way, you'll take care of it, no matter what it is." amy kornoelje was there to get her son's headlight fixed -- a $70 bill. (amy kornoelje/paid for stranger's car repair) "i was reading a book at the time and i felt like, something saying, you need to help this person. you need to help this person. you've been here before." then, she overheard this mom she didn't know making calls to borrow the money -- and it moved her. (amy kornoelje/paid for stranger's car repair) "i said i don't know her story, i don't know what it is, but we're all here on this earth, and i feel like i need to help her out." the dealership cut the bill, almost in
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care of the rest - $430. fleming couldn't believe it when the service guy told her and when he pointed out her angel. (centhia fleming/needed car repair) "i cried, it was tears of joy of course, but i cried like a little baby. (laughter)" (amy kornoelje/paid for stranger's car repair) "i feel like if we all did that a little bit, just really pay attention to what's going on around us, then this place would be a whole lot better and we can make a difference." (nats) record-breaking floods hit the midwest... the devastating damage left behind and why experts say the worst is yet to come. nevada's not the only state ringing in the new year with new laws. after the break.. the state that's becoming the first ever to raise the legal smoking age to 21.
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midwest, now historical levels. water is spilling over the banks of the mississippi river. more than 12- million americans have been dealing with flood warnings for the past few days. c-n-n's jennifer gray reports on the devestation, and the masive clean up efforts underway. follows-- (connie fan/resident) "this is unbelievable. this is like, totally, totally, totally in my life, seen anything like this before." for missouri residents it's going to be anything but a joyful new year national weather service says record flooding will serve as the new bench mark for the meramec river basin, and parts of the mississippi river aren't expected to crest until later tonight (mayor michael polizzi, fenton, missouri) "we've taken on more water in history ever that i'e known in our city. it is in places we've never had it before." flooding has submerged neighborhoods, schools, and shopping centers in the st. louis area ... including parts of interstates 70, 44 and 55. (tom blair, missouri
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transportation) "we are keeping back a couple feet of water from actually getting on i-55. unfortunately, that effort hasn't been totally fruitful. we do have some water, anywhere from six inches to almost a foot in a couple of deep spots." even some homes have been swept away by the sheer force the flood waters, and waters have breached a second wastewater treatment plant this morning ... sending untreated waste into the meramec river the missouri red cross has opened shelters across the state and the governor has declared a state of emergency and activated the national guard as thousands are being evacuated (kelly northcutt) "it's kinda like a ghost town now. it's pretty scary, you can't imagine all the water just taking this whole town over." even as sunny weather moves in ... officials continue to plead with residents to be safe ... and heed their warnings (gov. jay nixon, (d) missouri) "if we could say anything over and over and over, it would be don't drive into water. of the fatalities that we've had, every one except one has been somebody that drove into water." flooding is to blame for the deaths of at least
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missouri alone. we're just having an earthquake right now... lights are shaking. an earthquake! on live t-v. it happened during a k-f-o-r newscast this morning. the 4.2 magnitude earthquake struck 16 miles north east of oklahoma city. it's the latest in a series of quakes that's prompted state regulators to call for more restrictions on oil and gas operators. no injuries have been reported so far. hawaii is officially the first u.s. state to raise the legal smoking age to 21. the new law applies to both traditional and electronic cigarettes and goes into effect today. the goal is to keep young people from developing an unhealthy addiction to tobacco. the hawaii department of health says 95- percent of adult smokers in the u-s begin smoking before the age of 21.
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who gets caught using tobacco will pay a 10-dollar fine for the first offense. the fines will go up if the violation is repeated. a ban on styrofoam containers goes into effect today in the district of columbia. the law passed in 20-14 as part of a set of environmental initiatives that will also require businesses to use disposable dining products by 20-17. going forward, officials will be doing undercover checks to make sure businesses have removed the foam containers. a husband in virginia...isn't leaving his wife's christmas wish to mother nature. he decided to take matters into his own hands and giver her the white christmas she always dreamed of--despite record breaking high temperatures. he decided to take matters into his own hands and giver her the white christmas she always dreamed of--despite record breaking high temperatures. he made fake snow out of soap water and oxygen... and brought his wife to tears.
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best christmas she ever had. students listen up, if you're thinking about college this fall... get online and start filling out your financial aid form! today is the first day you can submit the college financial aid form. and the sooner the better because some states run out of grant money. the form takes a little time to fill out but you can do it online and, it's free. a link between allergies and anxiety in kids. what doctors say parents need to look out for...and how to help.
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shows kids who the son of a polish immigrant who grew up in a brooklyn tenement. he went to public schools, then college, where the work of his life began -- fighting injustice and inequality, speaking truth to power. he moved to vermont, won election and praise as one of america's best mayors. in congress, he stood up for working families and for principle, opposing the iraq war, supporting veterans. now he's taking on wall street and a corrupt political system funded by over a million contributions, tackling climate change to create clean-energy jobs, fighting for living wages, equal pay, and tuition-free public colleges. people are sick and tired of establishment politics,
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[ cheers and applause ] bernie sanders -- husband, father, grandfather, an honest leader building a movement with you to give us a future to believe in. sanders: i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. ok, we're here. here's dad. mom. the twins. aunt alice... you didn't tell me aunt alice was coming. of course. don't forget grandpa. can the test drive be over now? maybe just head back to the dealership? don't you want to meet my family? yep, totally. it's practically yours, but we still need your signature. the volkswagen sign then drive event. zero due at signing, zero down, zero deposit, and zero first months payment on a new jetta
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headlines, a new study shows kids who have allergies at a young age-- are more likely to have problems with anxiety and depression in the future. in the study, researchers found young kids with persistent itchy or watery
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tended to have higher depression or anxiety scores than others one thing is that, you know, if you have watery eyes, if you have post nasal drip, you might not t be able to sleep, and when you're a child you might not be able to communicate that, right. so we know, even if you don't sleep for a day, you might feel run down, but if you experience that day after day for years, maybe that predisposes you to having some depression symptoms or anxiety symptoms. doctors say to look out for signs of nervousness and distress in kids with allergies... and see if they need to talk to someone about their feelings.. it's important to note this doesn't mean they have depression or anxiety-- but they may be at a higher risk. if you are one of the millions who vow to get in better shape this year... there are some cool new workouts to try. it's less about machines... and dumbbells... more about getting creative... and check this out--there are superhero inspired workouts! santamaria says: "one of the huge trends you're gonna see in 2016 is
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workouts. one of the classes we have at crunch is called extreme firefighter's workout. six stations, intervals, crazy things that firefighters might actually have to do in life. hard-core restorative workouts. for example, we are launching in january, cocooning, with anti-gravity. anti-grav designed these hammocks, and it's an intense workout he adds the most common mistake among newcomers to the gym is setting the bar too high when it comes to exercising... to ensure success--everyon e should find their own rhythm - and go at their own pace. las vegas' newest resident was welcomed into the world at 12:04 this morning. the newborn baby boy weighed in at 6-and-a-half
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inches long. his parents haven't revealed his name yet. the bouncing baby boy was born at mountain view hospital. a big congratulations to the lucky parents. a new friend... after the break...meet the adorable new addition to the columbus zoo... and his brand new friend. now heres a look at every morning these men ate a tired breakfast and had a tired day. they weren't lumberjacks, they were slumberjacks. then one day jack showed up with a breakfast burrito poweredby jalapeos. it didn't just change theirmorning. it changed everything! turning these tree loggers... into tree lovers. spicy jalapeos, chipotle sauce with grilled bacon, eggs and cheese. the jalapeo bacon breakfast burrito.
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after trying brookside chocolate, people talk about it online. love at first taste. i would liquefy it and bathe in it. curse you, brookside! your nefarious plans have succeeded. nefarious? are we still talking about chocolate? brookside.
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your 7 day forecast. a little polar bear cub gets a new snuggle buddy. check out this picture! ohio's columbus zoo gave a holiday update on a polar bear cub who's just eight weeks old. she was born on november 6th.
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little over six pounds and measured 17-and- a-half inches long. that's it for fox5 news live in las vegas. more starts now! now on more... now on more... a look ahead to the new year! from tv shows... to highly anticipated movies plus - all the musical magic that's heading our way in 2016. then - the top health questions googled in 2015.
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