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happy new year to all of you! hope your day is off to a great start - thanks so much for waking up early with us! i'm shannon moore breaking news . metro is investigating what homicide. they tell us two people were shot inside of a siegel & suites on craig and nellis. one person did die -- the other, is in stable condition. no word yet on a suspect. we'll of course, stay on top of this story and keep information becomes available. we'll check in with ophelia who's look at the weather . we're tracking a big for the first week of the year. clouds roll in for the weekend - 52 degrees for saturday and 57 for sunday. slight chances of rain settle in on sunday night. they remain slight until tuesday where we'll see greater chances of shower into the evening and wednesday morning. rain sticks with us thursday and taper off thursday evening. slight chances for rain
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an altercation leads to a deadly shooting in north las vegas. the suspect still on the run this morning.. fox 5's miguel martinez-valle has more on the investigation only hours into 2016 and north las vegas police already have a homicide investigation on their hands... " this is really unfortunate, especially being the first day of new years. we were happy we were fairly quiet last night but this is no way to start a new year."
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was shot and killed inside a condo in a gated community...the person who shot him, no where to be police got word of gun shots around noon, neighbors say the shots were fired earlier... " maybe around 10, 11, around that time frame, i was half asleep and i heard the gun shot. and i kind of peaked out the window i didnt really see anything so i layed back down. and then maybe 2 minutes later i heard a lady crying outside." police say this was not a random act of violence... the shooter and the man killed knew eachother, and they time of the shooting. " i believe there were a couple of chldren inside, im not sure how many or their ages at this point. but we do know that there were multiple people inside." no one else was hurt by the gunfire, but police spent the greater part of january 1st speaking to the people who saw what happened... " witnesses reported that there was some sort of audible altercation right before the shot was fired, so detectives are working to try to determine the relationship between the two."
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community's help in finding the suspect. anyone with information about this shooting is asked to call police or crimestoppers at 7-0-2-3-8-5-55-55. metro police shoot and kill a man they thought was carrying a gun -- turns out it was a cell phone. and now the family is speaking out. fox5's cyndi lundeberg spoke with the man's mother, who says she feels like she's been left in the dark i love him i love him so deeply and i dont understand danielle steagal wants to know what happenned to her son thursday on gilded crown court. they said he killed him and they said they found out because of the video on tv i still have not been notified by any police officer that my child is deceased she said vince arent on durango i said ya she said my sons dead she said they killed my son i just saw it on the news we went back to the scene of the shooting. childress was shot in this cul-de-sac. when officers fired, some of the bullets hit nearby homes. we counted nineteen bullet holes in this home's front door, the garage and on the side of the home. no one
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knocked at the door, but another neighbor heard it all. (neighbor- heard bullets) it was like bam bam bam bam it was a lot and iw as like get on the groundo las vegas metro police say u-s marshals called them to help track a suspect wanted for attempted murder in arizona. two patrol officers began giving commands they believed htye saw a firarm they told him to drop a firearm he did not drop the item that item turned out to be a cell phone. childress was unarmed. "because this was a resdential area they dischared on the suspect hitting him several times he was in las vegas visiting his uncle for new years. the family says childress got in trouble with the law in 2013, but it was because he was working as a bounty hunter and tried to arest the wrong person. they tell us childress was charged in the case. kieth was pending charges for a crime relatd to his job fox5 tracked down his criminal record and found he was charged with burglary, armed robbery, kidnapping, aggravated assault, and theft from that incident. his uncle was with childress when u-s marshalls came looking for him. he looked over his shoulder said some wrods and then took off running i was drawn on told not to move says do you know
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wanted for attempted murder out of ariznoa the family tells us police aren' telling them anything... and are refusing to release childress' body... i called the coroner to see if it was true because i couldnt believe it they said they have someone with that birth date when fox5 called the coroner's office, they told us they were not releasing the man's name until they notify his family. i want answers i wanna know why my son is not here today his mother says she just wants her son to know one thing... mommys here always mommy loves you so
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fox5 reached out to the u-s marshal service for more information on the attempted murder charge -- and have not heard back. somali terror group al shabbab releases a new video featuring donald trump-- and his controversial comments to ban muslims from coming to the u.s. the recruitment video, critisizes racism in the u-s. and uses trump's plan to ban muslims as fuel for people to convert to radical islam. trump has come under fire from republican and democratic candidates alike-- for his controversial plan to ban foreign muslims from entering the country. a bar in new york -- targeted for a new year's eve terror plot authorities say the attack could have been gruesome had they not interviened. they arrested 25 year old emanuel lutchman just a day before new years for plotting to attack people.
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islamic state sympathizer armed with knives and a machete. "he's been around the neighborhood for some time. he's a panhandler and a lot of businesses have asked him to leave. he's banned in a few of them." reporter: "including yourself?" "including myself." lutchman is charged with trying to provide material support to isis. his next court date is january 8th. president obama is starting 20-16 with executive action --on gun control fox news correspondent kevin corke has the details potus says: "we know that we can't stop every act of violence. but what if we tried to stop even one? what if congress did something - anything - to protect our kids from gun violence?" frustrated by a lack of cooperation from congress, president obama is once again, prepared to go it alone- using executive action to push ahead with new gun control measures. the president using his first weekly address of the year to preview an agenda item that his team has been working on for some time. potus says: "a few
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directed my team at the white house to look into any new actions i can take to help reduce gun violence. and on monday, i'll meet with our attorney general, loretta lynch, to discuss our options." executive action on guns those options include expanding new background check requirements for buyers who purchase weapons from so-called "high volume" gun dealers. following a year in which the country suffered through repeated mass shootings.. from charleston to chattanooga.... roseberg to san bernardino... the president's measures can be enacted without congressional approval. it's a tactic he's used before... instructing an anonymous team of white house attorneys to scour the law, looking for ways to allow the president to implement subtle, but legal changes to existing rules. it happened with immigration...guns are the next target...and later... the white house hopes to use a similar plan to lawfully empty the prison at guantanamo bay cuba. halper says: "president obama wanted congress to pass laws, they didn't pass laws, and therefore he's
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this has been his m.o. in terms immigration, in terms of the epa, in terms of other issues, so it's really become a huge issue, and it will remain a major issue going forward." especially on the 2016 campaign trail...where candidates like former florida governor jeb bush- who is expected to attend a gun show in the sunshine state tomorrow... could use the issue to draw a distinction between what some see as an overreach by the president...and a right guaranteed by the second amendment... corke (on-cam tag) "we have been reporting for quite some time that we expected the president to unveil his executive action on guns in early january. and now given the fact that he's expected now to meet with the attorney general on monday, it's very likely the public will get its first view of the plan next week. traveling with the president in hawaii, kevin corke, fox news." flood victims in missouri pick up the pieces a look at the cleanup efforts underway
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throughout the state why they're tracking a series of earthquakes
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cleanup in missouri is underway after heavy rain and flooding destroyed several homes and killed at least a dozen people thousands returned home thursday to assess the damage. more than 10 inches of ran fell over a three day period there. a total of 22 people were killed in the storms searchers are still looking for several more including 2 teenagers. a 4.5 earthquake is felt off the coast of northern california it happened just after 9pm in the pacific ocean about 40 miles southwest of euerka. officials say there's no threat of a tsynami or anything of that nature. no injuries or damages were reported it was an active earthquake year for the state of nevada as well. scientists at the university of nevada reno say there were more than 17-hundred earthquakes recorded in 2015...
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magnitude 4- point-8 that hit caliente in january of last year. now fox weather 24/7 we're tracking a big storm approaching for the first week of the year. clouds roll in for the weekend - 52 degrees for saturday and 57 for sunday. slight chances of rain settle in on sunday night. they remain slight until tuesday where we'll see greater chances of shower into the evening and wednesday morning. rain sticks with us thursday and taper off thursday evening. slight chances for rain remains friday . a young bride is encouraging people to have their moles checked ... after one on her face
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a young bride is encouraging people to have their moles checked ... after one on her face turned out to be cancerous. gemma cottam says she had the mole for 10 years before she went in to have it removed before her wedding. doctors told her it was melanoma -- that had spread to her lymph nodes. the 25-year-old had to undergo surgery that left her with nerve damage. she's now blogging about her experience and is hoping it raises awareness for others. with the dawn of the new year....comes all kinds of new resolutions... and though they're made with the best of intentions -- some us fall short of our goals. sara ganim has more in today's health minute - on how to stay on track. --reporter pkg-as follows--
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year's resolutions may mean adding a little balance to our lives. if you focus on being happy and healthy, meeting your goals may become a nice side benefit. if you want to lose weight, instead of subtracting certain foods, add something. eat a serving of vegetables at every meal or add glasses of water to your daily routine. over time these additions will leave no room for unhealthy habits. also step away from the screen whether that's the tv, computer or other devices. being sedentary is not good for the waistline. instead, step outside and get some fresh air. it's good for the mind and body. and stop multitasking, especially when it comes to eating. when you pay attention to what you put in your mouth this cuts down on mindless eating and may help you make better food choices. also, try choosing a theme as your new year's resolution - a word or phrase that describes how you want to feel instead of what you think you should do. for example, words such as authenticity, clarity, or
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focus on your theme each day, it can have a positive impact on your behavior. for today's health minute, i'm sara ganim. psychologists say the most common reason people don't stick to their resolutions is becuase they're unrealistic. they say you should make ones that are precise, not vague. focus on specific resolutions and find a buddy to help track your progress also, know what you're capable of, know your limits.. and use your judgement to find a balance its fight night in las vegas carlos condit is looking to dethrone welterweight champion robbie lawler in the main event of u-f-c 195. the two weighing in yesterday ahead of the highly ancitipated fight. this is lawler's second time defending the welterweight belt. "carlos is a heck of a fighter. hes fierce but im here to stay im the champ and im going to showcase im the best in the world. come on guys. lets do this." "ive been impressed by robbie and his
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highlight on career. i feel ive been working entire life for this moment right here. lawler vs condit will air live from the mgm grand on pay per view at 7pm new year means new movies your guide to the latest releases, next and money trends of 2016 what to expect this coming year plus ways to make progress with
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holidays are over... and star wars is well past the billion dollar sales mark.. some new movies are hitting the big screen david daniel has a look. --reporter pkg as follows-- "got room for one more?" "i ain't too anxious to be handing out rides." "real trusting fella, huh?" "not so much." after a limited release "roadshow" in 70-millimeter wide-screen panavision, quentin tarantino's "the hateful eight" goes wide with its mix of western, mystery and action. "i'm taking this woman to hang! reward's $10,000. that money's mine, boys." "oh, that's interesting." "yeah." (nat) "let's slow it down. let's slow it way
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"what is it to be human? what is it to ache? what is it to be alive?" opening in limited release is "anomalisa," a stop-motion animation tale from the writer of "being john malkovich" and "adaptation." "each person you speak to has had a childhood. each has a body. each body has aches. look for what is special about each individual. focus on that." (nat) lamar odom is pictured for the first time since his overdose in october. odom's son posted this pic to his instagram account... showing himself, his sister and his dad taking a selfie. the kids were visiting their dad at cedars-sinai medical center... where he's been recovering since waking up from a 4-day drug- induced coma. the picture was captioned "christmas with my pops. here's to
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two writers are suing director quentin tarantino for allegedly stealing thier scripts. the director was slapped with a $100 million, "copywright infringement" lawsuit over the 2013 hit movie, "django unchained". the suit also names the film's studios as defendents neither the director nor columbia pictures have commented on the case comedian and actor chris rock commenting on jennifer lawrence's gender equality essay, in which she disscused how female actresses don't get paid as much as men. rock told new yorker magazine that african american women see the worst disparities- and that-- (quote) "if she was black she'd really have something to complain about." oprah winfrey is giving weight watchers a big boost-- the company's stock, soaring, as commerical starring the former talk show host, air... inside every overweight woman...is the woman she knows she can be the commercial shows older
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some of oprah's weight loss struggles -- and ends with winfrey asking viewers if they're ready to join her. weight watchers stock has more than tripled since october... when winfrey bought a 10 percent stake millions of you will set goals to make better finacial decisions this year.. while experts weigh in on the trends to look out for in 2016 they say paper transactions like cash and checks are out -- the new thing, peer to peer payments. "now that apple is in talks with us banks to provide a new peer-to-peer payment system, that technology is really poised to take off in 2016, and more people are becoming very comfortable with paying one another with their phones." on the tech side, passwords will become more obsolete in the new year -- this as more alternative input systems pop up. travel costs, also likely to go up. and the role of faith in finances expected to shift in 2016 gibbons says: "a new money mindset report by thrivent
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verifies this. it shows that more than a third of us, 35% in fact, think that the purpose of making money over their lifetimes is to give back either during their lifetimes or after their lifetimes, and 61% according to the same survey would rather be seen as generous than financially successful." another trend to look out for -- higher prices at the grocery story from poultry and eggs to dairy and beef. the usda expects the general price of food to go up by 2-3 precent in 2016 . the consumer electronics show is headed back to las vegas. it starts wednesday at the las vegas convention center and is one of the biggest conventions of the year. thousands of new tech products will debut at the show unfortunately it's not open to the public... but fox-5 will be there to broadcast some of the hottest gadgets on the showroom floor. fighting to make it out alive. how a photographer
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building. as america prepares to pick a president the candidates are bringing about big change more on their campaign efforts
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after trying brookside crunchy clusters, @carlybeyar tweeted: at this point, i should just be a brookside chocolate ambassador. well, i am sorry, carly... it's something you earn. brookside. talk about delicious. from their homes
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kids the latest on the new years eve fire that tore through a valley aprtment complex after a deadly year on valley roads, nhp refocuses to reduce fatalities. what they're doing to keep us safe a 7-11 customer stops an armed robber with his flashlight -- the whole thing caught on camera the incredible survielence video - next good morning. welcome back to fox five news this morning hope you're saturday is off to a great start i'm shannon moore. get to this morning, but first, ophelia young joins us with a
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we're tracking a big storm approaching for the first week of the year. clouds roll in for the weekend - 52 degrees r saturday and 57 for sunday. slight chances of rain settle in on sunday night. they remain slight until tuesday where we'll see greater chances of shower into the evening and wednesday morning. rain sticks with us thursday and taper off thursday evening. slight chances for rain remains friday .
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are without a home this morning after a fire broke out at a valley apartment complex. it happened just after 2am on thursday at a complex near maryland parkway and desert inn. the red cross, coming forward to assist a total of 19 adults and 17 children. " really the best thing is seeing the look of relief on someone's face when they see there's someone there who's going to help them. often what happens after an emergency is a sense of helplessness (39) wondering what the heck i'm going to do now. so knowing someone is there for that express purpose., to be able to provide guidence (50). " case managers are working one- on-one with the victims to asses their needs and help get them through the next few days the cause of the fire, has not yet been determined. nevada highway patrol focusing on driving safe in 2016 from pedestrian safety to buckling up. fox five's abby theodros has more on their efforts and the road to zero
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in the hours before the new year - nevada's highway patrol arrested 22 people for dui, responded to 3 hit and runs and one crash with two deaths. trooper loy hixon says the numberr of crashes they handled is disheartening .. because most of them - are preventable . tpr. loy hixon: when people understand that when they get behind the wheel that it's a huge responsibility - that it's a responsibility not only for themselves people in the vehicle but also people in the road way - when they realize that they follow the rules of the road they keep themselves safe since may two thousand eleven - the state has pushed its zero fatalities campaign. and with another year in the books- hixon says the campaign is more important than ever. deadly crashes were up 17 percent in 2015 from the previous year. our preliminary numbers are showing that we are gong to be well above last year so we ask ourselves what more can we do? the campaign targets things we can all easily do to help to lower the potential for
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including just wearing a seatbelt - and more challenging ones like pedestrian and intersection safety. thats the one that seems to stick out to us every year. because we focus on it so much, we push that campaign and that message of making sure that when pedestrians are out there they do use the cross walk and they're paying attention but hixon says it's not only pedestrians... the drivers. you do have some pedestrians that are of course following those rules but the drivres again, focused on everything else other than their driving... that they say they dont see that pedestrian. and with the start hixson is hopeful better.. we know 2015 left us on a sad note especially for the nevada highway patrol we can make thsi a great year we can lower those numbers at f5n llv the "office of traffic safety" has a list of lifesaving resolutions on their website. for more info, just visit ours at fox5vegas.com in international saudi arabia executing nearly 50 people, for
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offenses officials say all 47 individuals were found guilty of one or more terrorist acts -- some dating back from more than a decade ago. the executions were carried out in 12 different locations by methods including firing squad and beheading. some fear the deaths may spark protest in the country's shiite community. a group of terrorists attack an airforce base in india it happened near the pakistani border on saturday 4 of the attackers have been killed -- as well as one civilian and 2 security personnel. the attack comes just a week after india's prime minister visited the area-- launching peace talks with the country for the first time in more than a decade. a massive fire engulfs a sky scraper in dubai on new years eve... a photographer, there on assignment -- trapped inside the inferno . jon jensen has his terrifying story. --reporter pkg-as follows-- new year's eve is one night dennis
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the 37-year-old photographer was on assignment - to take pictures of dubai's fireworks display at the world's tallest building, the burj khalifa. but at 9:30pm, his vantage point - inside the nearby address hotel - went up in flames. and mallari - trapped, scared and alone - had to fight to make it out alive. (dennis mallari photographer)"i'm on the side of the building, need help....if i go there inside to try to go exit, i'm not going to die because of the fire because of the smoke.) he was stuck on a balcony on the 48th floor great for photos, but smoke quickly filled the building... and escape wasn't an option. the philipino expat first panicked... then sent desperate pleas for help to friends and family on facebook. (dennis mallari photographer)"i already posted that
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he also kept filmingto stay calm, especially when things looked the worst. (dennis mallari photographer)"i can hear then, i saw some debris falling down from the building." after almost two hours, mallari came up with a last ditch plan - he'd repel down the building on a window- washer's cable even though it wasn't quite long enough to make it. (dennis mallari photographer)"i prayed, if this is my last chance, then so be it." as he started going over the edge, firefighters found him... and saved his life. after walking down all 48 floors - mallari was treated for smoke inhalation he let his friends know he was safe posting this picture... then he continued with work, capturing dubai's fireworks just
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the building that nearly killed him. jon jensen, cnn dubai while investigators work to determine the cause of that fire -- a couple who was visiting at the time. .is getting some serious backlash for posting this photo to . you can see the building burning in the backdrop there. the pic was reportedly posted online with the caption-- 'new year my dear dubai. may god bless you and keep you safe, you always surprise us with the biggest fireworks.' awesome new video out of new york this morning -- a 7-11 customer uses a flashlight to take down an armed robber. check it out the video shows the suspect pointing a gun at the clerk, demanding money. that's when a customer walking in jumped into action. police say the man hit the suspect several times over the head using his d cell flashlight. the robber was knocked to the ground and arrested when
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the citizen identified the robbery and he used reasonable and necessary force to terminate the act from being committed. we would never advocate for vigilantism, that people go out and do this kind of thing or go out and look for it. this was just a specific example when the guy was in the right place at the right time and he had the means and the time to stop the act." police thesuspect was connected to two other robberies nearby he's now being held on a 75- thouasnd dollar bond. the new year means new laws for nevada here are just a few, of the new 50 that took effect on friday the first, a law requiring day care centers to schedule active playtime for children and limit sedentary activities. another -- allows voters to get their sample ballots through email. and a thrid requiring school districts to set aside money to
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based bonuses. the 2016 election year is officially underway, and some of the cadidates are making changes to their strategies mary moloney reports --reporter pkg-as follows-- at the rose bowl parade friday -- skywriters weren't focused on football. instead set sights on republican presidential frontrunner -- donald trump. the message -- "america is great. trump is disgusting," trump -- known for his biting insults -- hasn't been shy on the trail or on twitter writing... "people ask, "why do you tweet and re- tweet to millions about @jebbush when he is so low in the polls?" because of his big $ hit ads on me!" those ads irritate trump (donald trump/(r) presidential candidate): "it bothers me when i see a guy spending, you know $60 million on ads against me, a lot of it, right?" trump vowing to start spending about $2 million aesidential candidate): "i'm going to start spending. i don't want to take any chances." for his part -- jeb bush canceled pricey ad buys -- moved staff to early voting states -- and insisted trump will fall. (jeb bush/(r) presidential candidate): "we're living in this
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environment where he fills the space by saying outrageous things. i think the -- the emotion of the here and now will subside." ben carson overhauled his staff -- losing three top aids. his team says the campaign is gaining energy. on the other side of the political aisle -- hillary clinton will bring her not-so- secret weapon -- president bill clinton -- on the campaign trail. but she may not change much in the new year. friday -- her campaign announced it raised $112 million dollars for the primaries-- since officially jumping april. both republican and democratic candidates will hit the trail monday -- marking the new phase in the new year. i'm mary moloney reporting. twins born in different years meet the woman who gave brith to the last baby of 2015 and the first of 2016. plus a university in michigan is fed up with annoying words their plan to ban phrases like "break the internet" and
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same sex couple, is married in las vegas. the couple from phoenix arizona drove in to have their license issued earlier this week. to recognize the occasion -- they were awarded with a few prizes... like a stay at mandalay bay and
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courtesy of m-g-m resorts -- as well as show tickets and a steak dinner. and then there's this story -- a set of twins from san diego born just minutes apart, one in 2015 the other in 2016 the baby girl made her debut a minute before midnight on new year's eve. her twin brother -- born two minutes after midnight --on new year's day. (luis valencia, father) "we were actually watching the clock so it means like two birthday parties back to back." their parents weren't expecting the twins for another month -- lukcily the babies are happy and healthy a univerisity in michigan is banning certain words-- because they're overused, misused, or just in bad taste. "it's fun to see the list of words and see if they agree or disagree or see if oh yeah that's something that's been bothering me a lot too i hear that and it just drives me nuts." lake superior state university has released it's 2016 list of banned words. at the top of the
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"vape", "break the internet," and "conversation." "you get tired of the same repeated words on the tv or just in the media in general and so this is our way of saying were done with these words and you can't use them anymore." the university started the tradition back in 1976. they get thousands of submissions from around the world each year. the complete list is posted on the school's website. now fox weather 24/7 with ophelia young we're tracking a big storm approaching for the first week of the year. clouds roll in for the weekend - 52 degrees for saturday and 57 for sunday. slight chances of rain settle in on sunday night. they remain slight until tuesday where we'll see greater chances of shower into the evening and wednesday morning. rain sticks with us thursday and taper off thursday
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remains friday . the 127-th tournament of roses held in
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of roses held in pasadena california on friday kareen wynter was right in the middle of the action and has a recap --reporter pkg-as follows-- they rang in 2016 with a bang. this year's tournament of roses parade in pasadena was once again a new year's day extravaganza. as marching bands kept the crowds moving in the cold weather, spectacular parade floats decked out in the most extraordinary designs wowed onlookers.... especially those along the packed colorado boulevard who camped out for days just to secure their spot. this iowa family visiting from out of town to cheer on their team in the iowa buckeyes/stanford cardinal rose bowl matchup said there's nothing like having a front-row seat to all the action. paradegoer: "you smell the flowers here. you don't see the whole aspect of the parade on tv like you do in person. you can't describe it." paradegoer: "colder... i thought
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warm, but it's been a fun experience." while this was a rose parade first for christina reed, who came in costume. (christina reed, rose parade spectator): "oh my god, it's been so magical! this is my first time doing this, like ever! i feel like a float, that's why i wanted to dress up." long-time paradegoer and pasadena native kai carruthers says the entertainment gets much better each year. (kai carruthers, rose parade spectator): "it gets better just because you see al the people coming from across the world, the country, the bands, the floats, it's always so much fun." (sia sloat, rose parade spectator): "i really appreciate how much work they put into it. each year they try to one-up everything. it's really awesome." as for float favorites, sia sloat gave us her pick. (sia sloat, rose parade spectator): "my favorite float was the one with all the deer jumping." paradegoer: "i really liked the union of hearts. that was my favorite." that tournament of roses float drew tons of applause from fans. it was adorned with two giant heart mascots, and more than 31,000 flowers, sponsored by union bank and the american heart association.
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parade now in the history books, many families say they're already looking forward to 2017, adding if it's this exciting, they're in store for one banner year. --tag-- stanford beat iowa 45 - 16 in the rose bowl game. a unique spin on the biggest hits of 20-15... a youtube artists enlists the help of some odd instruments to get millions of views the son of a polish immigrant who grew up in a brooklyn tenement. he went to public schools, then college,
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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, 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.
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putting his own spin on the biggest hits of 20- 15. "sugar yes please won't you come and put itdown on me i'm right here, 'cause i need little love and little sympathy. don't believe me just watch..." andrew huang is a
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his instrument of choice -- pretty much anything. he uses dishes, rubber bands, running water and more... his youtube page has dozens of unique covers.and features hits from artists like adele, bruno mars and justin beiber. there's much more ahead on fox5 news this morning. coming up... its fight night on the strip more on the match up in the main event... and the title that's on the line. plus, resolutions that stick. why psychologists say most of us fail the tips to reaching your 2016 goals all that plus breaking news, weather and traffic in just two minutes on fox five news this
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the family of a man shot dead by metro officers -- demanding answers' why his mom says he didn't deserve to die. an al queda recruitment video featuring donald trump what he said that has the group labeling america as racist and anit-muslim and president obama's plan to tighten gun laws how he's preparing to take
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and the backlash he's facing good morning and happy new year to all of you! hope your day is off to a great start - thanks so much for waking up early with us! i'm shannon moore some breaking news this morning. metro is investigating an early morning homicide. two people were shot inside siegel slots & suites on craig and nellis. one person did die after succumbing to his injuries. the other, is in stable condition. no word yet on a suspect. this is a breaking story and we will provide you with updates as they come into the newsroom. we're tracking a big
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for the first week of the year. clouds roll in for the weekend - 52 degrees for saturday and 57 for sunday. slight chances of rain settle in on sunday night. they remain slight until tuesday where we'll see greater chances of shower into the evening and wednesday morning. rain sticks with us thursday and taper off thursday evening. slight chances for rain .
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leads to a deadly shooting in north las vegas. the suspect still on the run this morning.. fox 5's miguel martinez-valle has more on the investigation only hours into 2016 and north las vegas police already have a homicide investigation on their hands... " this is really unfortunate, especially being the first day of new years. we were happy we were fairly quiet last night but this is no way to start a new year." a 44 year old man was shot and killed inside a condo in a gated community...the person who shot him, no where to be found. police got word of gun shots around noon, neighbors say the shots were fired earlier... " maybe around 10, 11, around that time frame, i was half asleep and i heard the gun shot. and i kind of peaked out the window i didnt really see anything so i layed back down. and then maybe 2 minutes later i heard a lady crying outside." police say this was not a random act of violence... the shooter and the man killed knew eachother, and they
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shooting. " i believe there were a couple of chldren inside, im not sure how many or their ages at this point. but we do know that there were multiple no one else was but police spent the january 1st speaking to the people who " witnesses reported that there was some sort of audible altercation right before the shot was fired, so detectives are working to try to determine the relationship between the two." police are asking for the community's help in finding the suspect. anyone with information about this shooting is asked to call police or crimestoppers at 7-0-2-3-8-5-55-55. metro police shoot and kill a man they thought was carrying a gun -- turns out it was a cell phone. and now the family is speaking out. fox5's cyndi lundeberg spoke with the man's mother, who says she feels like she's been left in the dark i love him i love him
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understand danielle steagal wants to know what happenned to her son thursday on gilded crown court. they said he killed him and they said they found out because of the video on tv i still have not been notified by any police officer that my child is deceased she said vince arent on durango i said ya she said my sons dead she said they killed my son i just saw it on the news we went back to the scene of the shooting. childress was shot in this cul-de-sac. when officers fired, some of the bullets hit nearby homes. we counted nineteen bullet holes in this home's front door, the garage and on the side of the home. no one answered when we knocked at the door, but another neighbor heard it all. (neighbor- heard bullets) it was like bam bam bam bam it was a lot and iw as like get on the groundo las vegas metro police say u-s marshals called them to help track a suspect wanted for attempted murder in arizona. two patrol officers began giving commands they believed htye saw a firarm they told him to drop a firearm he did not drop the item that item turned out to be a cell phone. childress was unarmed. "because this was a
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they dischared on the suspect hitting him several times he was in las vegas visiting his uncle for new years. the family says childress got in trouble with the law in 2013, but it was because he was working as a bounty hunter and tried to arest the wrong person. they tell us childress was charged in the case. kieth was pending charges for a crime relatd to his job fox5 tracked down his criminal record and found he was charged with burglary, armed robbery, kidnapping, aggravated assault, and theft from that incident. his uncle was with childress when u-s marshalls came looking for him. he looked over his shoulder said some wrods and then took off running i was drawn on told not to move says do you know why your nephew is running? hes wanted for attempted murder
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police aren' telling them anything... and are refusing to release childress' body... i called the coroner to see if it was true because i couldnt believe it they said they have someone date the coroner's office, they told us they were not releasing the man's name until they notify his family. i want answers i wanna know why my today his mother says she just wants her son mommys here always mommy loves you so much youre my everything fox5 reached out to the u-s marshal service for more information on the attempted murder charge -- and have not heard back. somali terror group al shabbab releases a new video featuring presidential candidate donald trump-- the recruitment video, critisizes racism in the u-s. and uses trump's
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muslims as fuel for people to convert to radical islam. trump has come under fire from republican and democratic candidates alike-- for his controversial comments and plan to ban foreign muslims from entering the country. a bar in new york -- targeted for a new year's eve terror plot authorities say the attack could have been gruesome had they not interviened. they arrested 25 year old emanuel lutchman just a day before new years for plotting to attack people. they indentified the man as an islamic state sympathizer armed with knives and a machete. "he's been around the neighborhood for some time. he's a panhandler and a lot of businesses have asked him to leave. he's banned in a few of them." reporter: "including yourself?" "including myself." lutchman is charged with trying to provide material support to isis. his next court date is january 8th. president obama is starting 20-16 with
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fox news correspondent kevin corke has the details potus says: "we know that we can't stop every act of violence. but what if we tried to stop even one? what if congress did something - anything - to protect our kids from gun violence?" frustrated by a lack of cooperation from congress, president obama is once again, prepared to go it alone- using executive action to push ahead with new gun control measures. the president using his first weekly address of the year to preview an agenda item that his team has been working on for some time. potus says: "a few months ago, i directed my team at the white house to look into any new actions i can take to help reduce gun violence. and on monday, i'll meet with our attorney general, loretta lynch, to discuss our options." executive action on guns those options include expanding new background
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for buyers who purchase weapons from so-called "high volume" gun dealers. following a year in which the country suffered through repeated mass shootings.. from charleston to chattanooga.... roseberg to san bernardino... the president's measures can be enacted without congressional approval. it's a tactic he's used before... instructing an anonymous team of white house attorneys to scour the law, looking for ways to allow the president to implement subtle, but legal changes to existing rules. it happened with immigration...guns are the next target...and later... the white house hopes to use a similar plan to lawfully empty the prison at guantanamo bay cuba. halper says: "president obama wanted congress to pass laws, they didn't pass laws, and therefore he's going at it alone. this has been his m.o. in terms immigration, in terms of the epa, in terms of other issues, so it's really become a huge issue, and it will remain a major issue going forward." especially on the 2016 campaign trail...where candidates like former florida governor jeb bush- who is expected to attend a gun show in the sunshine state tomorrow... could use the issue to draw a distinction between what some see as an overreach by the president...and a right guaranteed by the second amendment... corke (on-cam tag) "we have been
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some time that we expected the president to unveil his executive action on guns in early january. and now given the fact that he's expected now to meet with the attorney general on monday, it's very likely the public will get its first view of the plan next week. traveling with the president in hawaii, kevin corke, fox news." flood victims in missouri pick up the pieces a look at the cleanup efforts underway and scientists monitoring shakes throughout the state why they're tracking a series of earthquakes
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after trying brookside crunchy clusters, @carlybeyar tweeted: at this point, i should just be a brookside chocolate ambassador. well, i am sorry, carly... it's something you earn. brookside.
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missouri is underway after heavy rain and flooding destroyed several homes and killed at least a dozen people thousands returned home thursday to assess the damage. more than 10 inches of ran fell over a three day
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people were killed in the storms searchers are still looking for several more including 2 teenagers. a 4.5 earthquake is felt off the coast of northern california it happened just after 9pm in the pacific ocean about 40 miles southwest of euerka. officials say there's no threat of a tsynami or anything of that nature. no injuries or damages were reported it was an active earthquake year for the state of nevada as well. scientists at the university of nevada reno say there were more than 17-hundred earthquakes recorded in 2015... mostly mild. the biggest was a magnitude 4- point-8 that hit caliente in january of last year. now fox weather 24/7 we're tracking a big storm approaching for the first week of the year. clouds roll in for the weekend - 52 degrees for saturday and 57 for sunday. slight chances of rain settle in on sunday night. they remain slight until tuesday
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shower into the evening and wednesday morning. rain sticks with us thursday and taper off thursday evening. slight chances for rain remains friday . a young bride is
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people to have their moles checked ... after one on her face turned out to be cancerous. gemma cottam says she had the mole for 10 years before she went in to have it removed before her wedding. doctors told her it was melanoma -- that had spread to her lymph nodes. the 25-year-old had to undergo surgery that left her with nerve damage. she's now blogging about her experience and is hoping it raises awareness for others. with the dawn of the new year....comes all kinds of new resolutions... and though they're made with the best of intentions -- some us fall short of our goals.
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health minute - on how to stay on track. --reporter pkg-as follows-- keeping our new year's resolutions may mean adding a little balance to our lives. if you focus on being happy and healthy, meeting your goals may become a nice side benefit. if you want to lose weight, instead of subtracting certain foods, add something. eat a serving of vegetables at every meal or add glasses of water to your daily routine. over time these additions will leave no room for unhealthy habits. also step away from the screen whether that's the tv, computer or other devices. being sedentary is not good for the waistline. instead, step outside and get some fresh air. it's good for the mind and body. and stop multitasking, especially when it comes to eating. when you pay attention to what you put in your mouth this cuts down on mindless eating and may help you make better food choices. also, try choosing a theme as your new year's resolution - a word or phrase that describes how
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think you should do. for example, words such as authenticity, clarity, or focus on your theme each day, it can have a positive impact on your for today's health minute, i'm sara ganim. psychologists say the most common reason people don't stick to their resolutions is becuase they're they say you should make ones that are precise, not vague. focus on specific resolutions and find a buddy to help track your progress also, know what you're capable of, know your limits.. and use your judgement to find a balance and speaking of resolutions -- gyms across the valley are extra busy this time of year as new members try make good on their 2016 goals representatives at "las vegas athletic club" say they've seen a spike in new memberships. many gyms are also offering incentives and discounts for the new year. "as long as they're here, they've got a shot. so yeah, i like it. every year. and i don't care if i have
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because in the long run, that's someone's health. so yeah, it's a good thing." regulars at the gym say the busiest months are typically january thru march.. then numbers start to level off. its fight night in las vegas carlos condit is looking to dethrone welterweight champion robbie lawler in the main event of u-f-c 195. the two weighing in yesterday ahead of the highly ancitipated fight. this is lawler's second time defending the welterweight belt. "carlos is a heck of a fighter. hes fierce but im here to stay im the champ and im going to showcase im the best in the world. come on guys. lets do this." "ive been impressed by robbie and his skills. this is opportunity to put highlight on career. i feel ive been working entire life for this moment right here. lawler vs condit will air live from the mgm grand on pay per view at 7pm the mgm grand on pay per view at 7pm new year means
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and star wars is well past the billion dollar sales mark.. some new movies
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screen david daniel has a look. --reporter pkg as follows-- "got room for one more?" "i ain't too anxious to be handing out rides." "real trusting fella, huh?" "not so much." after a limited release "roadshow" in 70-millimeter wide-screen panavision, quentin tarantino's "the hateful eight" goes wide with its mix of western, mystery and action. "i'm taking this woman to hang! reward's $10,000. that money's mine, boys." "oh, that's interesting." "yeah." (nat) "let's slow it down. let's slow it way down." "what is it to be human? what is it to ache? what is it to be alive?" opening in limited release is "anomalisa," a stop-motion animation tale from the writer of "being john malkovich" and "adaptation." "each person you speak to has had a
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a body. each body has aches. look for what is special about each individual. focus on that." (nat) lamar odom is pictured for the first time since his overdose in october. odom's son posted this pic to his instagram account... showing himself, his sister and his dad taking a selfie. the kids were visiting their dad at cedars-sinai medical center... where he's been recovering since waking up from a 4-day drug- induced coma. the picture was captioned "christmas with my pops. here's to 2016. blessed," two writers are suing director quentin tarantino for allegedly stealing thier scripts. the director was slapped with a $100 million, "copywright infringement" lawsuit over the 2013 hit movie, "django unchained". the suit also names the film's studios as defendents neither the director nor
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have commented on the case comedian and actor chris rock commenting on jennifer lawrence's gender equality essay, in which she disscused how female actresses don't get paid as much as men. rock told new yorker magazine that african american women see the worst disparities- and that-- (quote) "if she was black she'd really have something to complain about." oprah winfrey is giving weight watchers a big boost-- the company's stock, soaring, as commerical starring the former talk show host, air... inside every overweight woman...is the woman she knows she can be the commercial shows older videos chronicling some of oprah's weight loss struggles -- and ends with winfrey asking viewers if they're ready to join her. weight watchers stock has more than tripled since october... when winfrey bought a 10 percent stake millions of you will set goals to make better finacial decisions this year.. while experts weigh in
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look out for in 2016 they say paper transactions like cash and checks are out -- the new thing, peer to peer payments. "now that apple is in talks with us banks to provide a new peer-to-peer payment system, that technology is really poised to take off in 2016, and more people are becoming very comfortable with paying one another with their phones." on the tech side, passwords will become more obsolete in the new year -- this as more alternative input systems pop up. travel costs, also likely to go up. and the role of faith in finances expected to shift in 2016 gibbons says: "a new money mindset report by thrivent financial actually verifies this. it shows that more than a third of us, 35% in fact, think that the purpose of making money over their lifetimes is to give back either during their lifetimes or after their lifetimes, and 61% according to the same survey would rather be seen as generous
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successful." another trend to look out for -- higher prices at the grocery story from poultry and eggs to dairy and beef. the usda expects the general price of food to go up by 2-3 precent in 2016 . the consumer electronics show is headed back to las vegas. it starts wednesday at the las vegas convention center and is one of the biggest conventions of the year. thousands of new tech products will debut at the show unfortunately it's not open to the public... but fox-5 will be there to broadcast some of the hottest gadgets on the showroom floor. fighting to make it out alive. how a photographer managed to escape from a burning building. as america prepares to pick a president the candidates are bringing about big change more on their campaign efforts in 2016
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after people were enjoying truvia in their coffee and everything else... ...sugar would come along and go, "sure, sugar, you're very sweet, but we've already got sweetnes minus calorie-ness." it would be kinda awkward. truvia.
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from their homes including several kids the latest on the new years eve fire that tore through a valley aprtment complex after a deadly year on valley roads, nhp refocuses to reduce fatalities. what they're doing to keep us safe a 7-11 customer stops an armed robber with his flashlight -- the whole thing caught on camera the incredible
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good morning. welcome back to fox five news this morning hope you're saturday is off to a great start i'm shannon moore. lots of news to get to this morning, but first, ophelia young joins us with a look at the forecast we're tracking a big storm approaching for the first week of the year. clouds roll in for the weekend - 52 degrees for saturday and 57 for sunday. slight chances of rain settle in on sunday night. they remain slight until tuesday where we'll see greater chances of shower into the evening and wednesday morning. rain sticks with us thursday and taper off thursday
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remains friday . nearly 40 people are without a home this morning after a fire broke out at a valley apartment complex. it happened just after 2am on thursday at a complex near maryland parkway and desert inn. the red cross, coming forward to assist a total of 19 adults and 17 children. " really the best thing is seeing the look of relief on someone's face when they see there's someone there who's going to help them. often what happens after an emergency is a sense of helplessness (39) wondering what the heck i'm going to do now. so knowing someone is there for that express
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to provide guidence (50). " case managers are working one- on-one with the victims to asses their needs and help get them through the next few days the cause of the fire, has not yet been determined. nevada highway patrol focusing on driving safe in 2016 from pedestrian safety to buckling up. fox five's abby theodros has more on their efforts and the road to zero fatalities in the hours before the new year - nevada's highway patrol arrested 22 people for dui, responded to 3 hit and runs and one crash with two deaths. trooper loy hixon says the numberr of crashes they handled is disheartening .. because most of them - are preventable . tpr. loy hixon: when people understand that when they get behind the wheel that it's a huge responsibility - that it's a responsibility not only for themselves people in the vehicle but also people in the road way - when they realize that they follow the rules of the road they keep themselves safe since may two thousand eleven - the state has
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fatalities campaign. and with another year in the books- hixon says the campaign is more important than ever. deadly crashes were up 17 percent in 2015 from the previous year. our preliminary numbers are showing that we are gong to be well above last year so we ask ourselves what more can we do? the campaign targets things we can all easily do to help to lower the potential for reducing traffic related deaths. inuding just wearing a seatbelt - and more challenging ones like pedestrian and intersection safety. thats the one that seems to stick out to us every year. because we focus on it so much, we push that campaign and that message of making sure that when pedestrians are out there they do use the cross walk and they're paying attention but hixon says it's not only pedestrians... the drivers. you do have some pedestrians that are of course following those rules but the drivres again, focused on everything else other than their driving... that they say they dont see that pedestrian. and with the start
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hixson is hopeful this year will be better.. us on a sad note nevada highway thsi a great year we at f5n llv traffic safety" has a list of lifesaving resolutions on their website. for more info, just visit ours at fox5vegas.com in international news... saudi arabia executing nearly 50 people, for terrorism offenses officials say all 47 individuals were found guilty of one or more terrorist acts -- some dating back from more than a decade ago. the executions were carried out in 12 different locations by methods including firing squad and beheading. some fear the deaths may spark protest in the country's shiite community. a group of terrorists attack an airforce base in india it happened near the pakistani border on saturday 4 of the attackers have been killed -- as well as one civilian and 2 security personnel. the attack comes
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india's prime minister visited the area-- launching peace talks with the country for the first time in more than a decade. a massive fire engulfs a sky scraper in dubai on new years eve... a photographer, there on assignment -- trapped inside the inferno . jon jensen has his terrifying story. --reporter pkg-as follows-- new year's eve is one night dennis mallari will never forget. the 37-year-old photographer was on assignment - to take pictures of dubai's fireworks display at the world's tallest building, the burj khalifa. but at 9:30pm, his vantage point - inside the nearby address hotel - went up in flames. and mallari - trapped, scared and alone - had to fight to make it out alive. (dennis mallari photographer)"i'm on the side of the building, need help....if i go there inside to try to go exit, i'm not going to die because of the fire because of the smoke.) he was stuck on a balcony on the 48th floor great for photos, but smoke
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escape wasn't an option. the philipino expat first panicked... then sent desperate pleas for help to friends and family on facebook. (dennis mallari photographer)"i already posted that i'm here on the 48th floor. help! he also kept filmingto stay calm, especially when things looked the worst. (dennis mallari photographer)"i can hear then, i saw some debris falling down from the building." after almost two hours, mallari came up with a last ditch plan - he'd repel down the building on a window- washer's cable even though it wasn't quite long enough to make it. (dennis mallari photographer)"i prayed, if this is my last chance, then so be it." as he started going
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firefighters found him... and saved his life. after walking down all 48 floors - mallari was treated for smoke inhalation he let his friends know he was safe posting this picture... then he continued with work, capturing dubai's fireworks just meters away from the building that nearly killed him. jon jensen, cnn dubai while investigators work to determine the cause of that fire -- a couple who was visiting at the time. .is getting some serious backlash for posting this photo to social media . you can see the building burning in the backdrop there. the pic was reportedly posted online with the caption-- 'new year my dear dubai. may god bless you and keep you safe, you always surprise us with the biggest
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awesome new video out of new york this morning -- a 7-11 customer uses a flashlight to take down an armed robber. check it out the video shows the suspect pointing a gun at the clerk, demanding money. that's when a customer walking in jumped into action. police say the man hit the suspect several times over the head using his d cell flashlight. the robber was knocked to the ground and arrested when officers arrived the citizen identified the robbery and he used reasonable and necessary force to terminate the act from being committed. we would never advocate for vigilantism, that people go out and do this kind of thing or go out and look for it. this was just a specific example when the guy was in the right place at the right time and he had the means and the time to stop the act." police the suspect was connected to two other robberies nearby he's now being
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the new year means new laws for nevada here are just a few, of the new 50 that took effect the first, a law centers to schedule active playtime for children and limit sedentary activities. another -- allows voters to get their sample ballots through email. and a thrid requiring school districts to set aside money to give teachers performance- based bonuses. the 2016 election underway, and some of the cadidates are making changes to their strategies mary moloney reports --reporter pkg-as follows-- at the rose bowl parade friday -- skywriters weren't focused on football. instead set sights on republican presidential frontrunner -- donald trump. the message -- "america is great. trump is disgusting," trump -- known for his biting insults -- hasn't been shy on the trail or on twitter writing... "people ask, "why do you tweet and re- tweet to millions about @jebbush when he is so low in
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on me!" those ads irritate trump (donald trump/(r) presidential candidate): "it bothers me when i see a guy spending, you know $60 million on ads against me, a lot of it, right?" trump vowing to start spending about $2 million a week to ensure victory. (donald trump/(r) presidential candidate): "i'm going to start spending. i don't want to take any chances." for his part -- jeb bush canceled pricey ad buys -- moved staff to early voting states -- and insisted trump will fall. (jeb bush/(r) presidential candidate): "we're living in this reality tv kind of political environment where he fills the space by saying outrageous things. i think the -- the emotion of the here and now will subside." ben carson overhauled his staff -- losing three top aids. his team says the campaign is gaining energy. on the other side of the political aisle -- hillary clinton will bring her not-so- secret weapon -- president bill clinton -- on the campaign trail. but she may not change much in the new year. friday -- her campaign announced it raised $112 million dollars for the primaries-- since officially jumping into the race in april. both republican and democratic candidates will hit the trail monday -- marking the new phase in the new year. i'm mary moloney
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twins born in different years meet the woman who gave brith to the last baby of 2015 and the first of 2016. plus a university in michigan is fed up with annoying words their plan to ban phrases like "break the internet" and
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making history! the 5-thousandth same sex couple, is married in las vegas. the couple from phoenix arizona drove in to have their license issued earlier this week. to recognize the occasion -- they were awarded with a few prizes... like a stay at mandalay bay and circus circus -- courtesy of m-g-m resorts -- as well as show tickets and a steak dinner. "we actually thought kind of a low key event, and as we were applying for the license we saw a little commtion and people asking questions. the clerk said she'd explain in a minute and then she did."
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began issuing marriage licenses to same-sex in 2014 two valley babies .. share a special bond and a special birthday both were delivered at 12-04 on new years morning little "ramone hernandez" was born to jazmine and marco at mountain view hospital. weighing at six and a half pounds, and 18 and a half inches long. " "i started getting pains around 3:45 and i cam to the hospital, at fir they wern't going to admit me because it wasn't consistant enough, but they started getting really really strong and so they called my doctor, they admitted me and i had a baby aughs)" " and a little baby girl named julian was born at centennial hills hospital at the same time, to laura and alberto. the healthy baby
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and then there's this story -- a set of twins from san diego born just minutes apart, one in 2015 the other in 2016 the baby girl made her debut a minute before midnight on new year's eve. her twin brother -- born two minutes after midnight --on new year's day. (luis valencia, father) "we were actually watching the clock so it means like two birthday parties back to back." their parents weren't expecting the twins for another month -- lukcily the babies are happy and healthy a univerisity in michigan is banning certain words-- because they're overused, misused, or just in bad taste. "it's fun to see the list of words and see if theagree or disagree or see if oh yeah that's something that's been bothering me a lot too i hear that and it just drives me nuts." lake superior state university has released it's 2016 list of banned words. at the top of the list-- "vape", "break the internet," and
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"you get tired of the same repeated words on the tv or just in the media in general and so this is our way of saying were done with these words and you can't use them anymore." the university started the tradition back in 1976. they get thousands of submissions from around the world each year. the complete list is posted on the school's website. now fox weather 24/7 with ophelia young we're tracking a big storm approaching for the first week of the year. clouds roll in for the weekend - 52 degrees for saturday and 57 for sunday. slight chances of rain settle in on sunday night. they remain slight until tuesday where we'll see greater chances of shower into the evening and wednesday morning. rain sticks with us thursday and taper off thursday evening. slight chances for rain remains friday .
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roses held in pasadena california friday kareen wynter was right in the middle of the action and has a recap --reporter pkg-as follows-- they rang in 2016 with a bang. this year's tournament of roses parade in pasadena was once again a new year's
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as marching bands kept the crowds moving in the cold weather, spectacular parade floats decked out in the most extraordinary designs wowed onlookers.... especially those along the packed colorado boulevard who camped out for days just to secure their spot. this iowa family visiting from out of town to cheer on their team in the iowa buckeyes/stanford cardinal rose bowl matchup said there's nothing like having a front-row seat to all the action. paradegoer: "you smell the flowers here. you don't see the whole aspect of the parade on tv like you do in person. you can't describe it." paradegoer: "colder... i thought it was going to be warm, but it's been a fun experience." while this was a rose parade first for christina reed, who came in costume. (christina reed, rose parade spectator): "oh my god, it's been so magical! this is my first time doing this, like ever! i feel like a float, that's why i wanted to dress up." long-time paradegoer and pasadena native kai carruthers says the entertainment gets
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(kai carruthers, rose parade spectator): "it gets better just because you see al the people coming from across the world, the country, the bands, the floats, it's always so much fun." (sia sloat, rose parade spectator): how much work they put into it. each year they try to one-up everything. it's really awesome." as for float favorites, sia sloat gave us her pick. (sia sloat, rose parade spectator): "my favorite float was the one with all the deer jumping." paradegoer: "i really liked the union of hearts. that was my favorite." that tournament of roses float drew tons of applause from fans. it was adorned with two giant heart mascots, and more than 31,000 flowers, sponsored by union bank and the american heart with the 127th parade now in the history books, many families say they're forward to 2017, adding if it's this exciting, they're in store for one banner year. --tag-- stanford beat iowa 45 - 16 in the rose bowl game. it's the hottest game around and fun for the whole family even the family dog.. see what happens when the
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the face" its a game that's flying off shelves -- it's called "pie 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 --
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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, 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.
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screams" little "macky" the rottweiler didn't seem to mind pie in his face! he looks like he's ready for another round! that does it for us for fox5 news this morning weekend edition. thank you so much for joining us. make sure you tune in tonight for fox5 news at 10 and of course stay up with local headlines on fox5vegas.com make it a good saturday
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