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we begin fox5 news at ten with breaking news. police are investigating two separate homicides tonight... i'm christine maddela. i'm john huck. the first happened just before 7-30 at an apartment complex near pecos and lake mead. metro police say they found a young man in his late teens, early twenties dead in the middle of the courtyard. he had been shot several times. witnesses say they saw a man wearing a hoodie running from the scene. police are not sure yet if the victim lived in those apartments. just an hour later... metro police were called to another homicide. this one near the strip... on las vegas boulevard and st. louis avenue. a man was taken to the hospital... where he died. the nearly month-long standoff between the government -- and the armed militia at an oregon wildlife refuge-- turned deadly. seven protesters... are still in jail tonight. fbi agents say they stopped militant leader ammon bundy - and a group of others last night after learning the group was headed
meeting in a neighboring town. it ended with a deadly shootout. lavoy finicum was killed. finicum was an arizona rancher and the group's spokesman. "ward says: "this has been tearing our community apart. we don't arm up and rebel. we work through the appropriate channels. this can't happen anymore. this can't happen in america and it can't happen in harney county." " armed trooopers are now parked in the middle of the road on both sides of the wildlife refuge -- no one is allowed in -- but protestors are free to leave at anytime through the checkpoints. they have to show i-d and agree to a search. cliven bundy tells fox 5 the fight in oregon isn't over... and says he and his family will continue fighting for freedom. fox 5s cyndi lundeberg talked to him today. she has his side of the story from bunkerville. cyndi- cliven buundy tells me hs spent his day in arizona consoling the family of lavoy finnicum he calls lavoy a good friend a great father and a great american he says what happened
short of cold blooded murder bb- he left with his hands in the air he was pleading do not shoot we have women in the car the bundy family describes what they say were the last moments of lavoy finnicums life... cb lavoy was only exercising his first amendment rights he was no threat to anybody cliven bundy says he has not spoken with his sons ryan and ammon since their arrest tuesday night but has spoken to the people they were with. cb they killed this man shot him like three times he got on the ground then they shot him lik 3-4 more times what kind of human with a dead man there you what kind of person does this? thats the person we are fed up with the cattle rancher tells fox 5 he
wanted to kill more people including his sons cliven bundy employs a personal bodyguard 24-7 to be a witness in case anything were to happen to him... cb: were tired of it were very tired of it and we arent going to put up with it no more while many people may be afraid going forward the bundy's say it's out of their hands bb there comes a point when you just have to turn yourself over to the lord and say lead me because its bigger than us its bigger than us this family says finnicums deathis beginning and vows as they say to continue fighting for every american's rights in nevadaoregon. and across the country. bbit didn't really phase us because we know this fight is worth fighting and the cause is true and just cb get out of here federal government and quit killing our people cyndi tag cliven bundy tells me his family is on a no fly now they will not be traveling to oregon. cyndi lundeberg ffnll
the bundys say public defenders are representing ryan and ammon, and they don't plan on securing a different lawyer because they say it's pointless and a waste of money. cliven bundy also added he typically represents himself in court. the man arrested for waving a gun around in the middle of the las vegas strip went before a judge today. humming 20-year-old kahleal black was restrained and wearing a spit hood when he was wheeled into the courtroom.... and moaned through most of his appearance. black is facing an assault with a deadly weapon charge. he was taken into custody friday night in front of the bellagio fountains. after a metro officer shot toward black .. missing him twice .. injuring a child. black's brothers say he is need of mental health... and that he had stopped taking medication for schizophrenia days before.
all, he's a big teddy bear, he's a huge teddy bear man." "i've seen the video. i would just hope they don't charge him as a criminal like he did it on purpose, charge him as a mentaly ill person." " lawyers agreed in court black will need a mental evaluation. he is being held on 2 million dollars bail. and is due back in court in one week. this case brings awareness to mental illness and crime... and how people are treated here in nevada. "we can build all these beautiful mental hospitals, we can staff them to the brim, does it mean we're going to cut back on mentail illness? no. prevention is the key. " we spoke to psychologist louis mortillaro... who says people who follow what their doctors recommend are the ones who improve. people often have multiple issues with mental illness like addiction... which can make it difficult to seek help. he says if you have someone in your life living with a mental illness... your support and awareness can go a long way in helping them. a woman is dead after an early morning crash... involving a suspected drunk
when he passed the suv-- which was driving erratically. " i saw this guy driving with out his headlights on. ... when i flashed my brights thats when i first noticed he was swerving in the road and he hit the center median with his vehicle. " witnesses say the crash near rainbow and spring mountain... was one of the worst they had ever seen. victor sandoval was behind the wheel of the s-u-v and was believed to be under the influence. police say he made his way to the east bound lane of spring mountain when he sped through a red light striking and killing a 43 year old woman in a nissan.. "witness: their cars collided and i saw car parts go everywhere i saw his car flip and her car flip i think i saw him get ejected from the vehicle i think thats what i saw. " both cars ended up in pieces in the parking lot of a 7-mart convenience store. sandoval was taken to u-m-c with life threatening injuries. police are looking for the driver of a pick up truck wanted in connection to deadly shooting
surveillance video. police say early saturday morning-- a man was riding a bike near owens and mary jane drive when a black truck pulled up next to him... and fired several shots before taking off... the victim was transported to u-m-c where he died. if you have any information on this shooting-- you are asked to contact crimestoppers at 702-385-55-55. postal inspectors are looking for people who have been stealing mail-- across the valley. here are some of the images of the suspects... possibly involved in the theft. postal officials say more than once... these suspects were caught casing several banks... of mailboxes. if you recognize either suspect-- you are asked to call police. parents are on high alert-- and police are investigating.. after an attempted abduction near a northeast valley school. a letter was sent home to parents at o'callaghan middle school.... after school officials say two students were approached by an adult male as they were walking home from school.
the students if they wanted a ride home. a letter was also sent to parents of brookman elementary school. school officials want to take this time to remind parents to take extra safety precautions while walking to and from school always walk in groups never take a ride from a stranger. if approached shout and yell as loud as you can run to a safe place... like back to school, into a store or a church. if possible get a license plate number. the clark county school district is teaming up with the united way.... kicking off their annual campaign this morning with a breakfast at the northwest career and technical academy. it's all part of a fundraising effort - to help struggling students and families. " we really focus on health, education, and financial stability. because we know if families and children don't have all three of those, one of the others is going to fall down, right? the united way has given back more than three million dollars - through the campaign over the years. doctors aren't
marijuana as treatment for veterans... but a directive that prohibits them... expires at the end of the month. and some lawmakers say now- is the time to make the change. veterans go into the community right now, they are getting medical marijuana without hteir doctors recommending it, and it comes out of their pocket. so that would be something we're looking to pay for, just like any other drug. nevada congresswoman dina titus... is among a bi- partisan group of legislators urging the department of veterans affairs to change the policy. they argue the option should be available - in states like nevada - where medical marijuana has been legalized. hundreds of volunteers hit the streets overnight... in an effort to count the homeless across the valley. volunteers fanned out-- across areas where homeless people take shelter. the information gathered will help the county apply for grants that support housing, job training and other critical programs that get the homeless off the streets. last year alone, clark county received around
to be used to help reduce the number of homeless in the valley. "this is my third year doing the homeless counts, and this year we've certainly seen an increase in terms of past years, an increase of women that have been out on the streets." "it also gives us a picture of the homelesness in our community and it shows us what kind of challenges we face and our efforts to eliminate homelesness." " in 2015, the homeless census found more than 7-thousand homeless.. and estimated that more than 34- thousand people experience homelessness in southern nevada throughout the year. . saving man's best friend. one animal shelter announced its goal for the next five years. how it plans to make sure all abondoned and unwanted animals find homes. trying to reduce the number of auto-pedestrian crashes, especially where kids are present. tomorrow of fox5 news this morning metro joins us with the new traffic laws put in place to make school zones safer for students. your fox5 weather
live from las vegas. you're watching fox5 news at 10, with emmy award winner john huck. christine maddela. and weather 24/7 with chief meteorologist ted pretty. this is fox5 news at 10. local. las vegas. working to save animals around the valley. the animal foundation announced a new effort today. we have details on how clark county's shelter plans to treat and save all animals in need. "they looked at me with those soft, passionate eyes saying please take me home." their faces tug at your heartstrings... nats of barking saving all animals.. it's the goal of mission impossible 2020... a five-year plan the animal foundation hopes will bring them closer to becoming a no-kill shelter.... christine robinson, executive director, the animal foundation "it includes a whole
to help us achieve that goal over the next five years." executive director christine robinson says the plan comes with improvements to medical treatments and a surrender intervention program that has already prevented 450 animals from entering the shelter, by giving local families resources to keep them. the effort is one local and city leaders are behind-- and also includes a plan to spay and neuter "community cats" "we call it tnr trap neuter return. returning fixed ferals to the community is already helping in councilman bob coffin's neighborhood.... because the cats... eat the rats... which prevents them from doing millions in property damage. bob coffin, las vegas city council "we don't want to kill every stray animal that comes out. we hate the fact that we've got probably the leading city in the nation for abandoned pets no we don't like that reputation and people generally don't want to do that, but they don't know how to stop it." and not just abandoned pets... but also... abusedand mistreated pets. that's where the district attorney's office comes into play. steve wolfson,
"i had to appoint a deputy district attorney about a year ago to specialize in the prosecution of animal abusers and i'm sorry to say she's a busy prosecutor." with more than 10- thousand adoptions last year, the intention is to continue to give all animals forever homes. just in the half hour i've been here i've been able to touch about a dozen animals. none of them were aggressive. none of them were anything but wanting to go home. the animal foundation also launched a website to increase transparency and allow the public to track the progress of the program - at mission impossible 2020 dot vegas. we'll have a link posted with this story on our website, fox5 vegas dot com. now fox5 weather 24/7, with chief meterologist ted pretty the warm up for us from thursday through saturday is on track with mid to upper 60s
southwest gusts to 25 mph with increasing clouds. area showers are expected on sunday with the best chance being in the afternoon. we'll see a high of just 58 degrees on sunday. sunday will also feature gusts to 25 mph at times. we keep the chance of showers for at least the first half of monday with stronger gusts to 40 mph possible from the northwest. we'll see highs around 50 with lows around 35 for much of next week. the warm up for us from thursday through saturday is on track with mid to upper 60s expected. saturday afternoon we'll see southwest gusts to 25 mph with
area showers are expected on sunday with the best chance being in the afternoon. we'll see a high of just 58 degrees on sunday. sunday will also feature gusts to 25 mph at times. we keep the chance of showers for at least the first half of monday with stronger gusts to 40 mph possible from the northwest. we'll see highs around 50 with lows around 35 for much of next week. closed captioning will resume shortly the big game turns 50! and crews are working hard to get things ready closed captioning
doing to prep for the super bowl. one woman in miami gets more than a wake up call... when she found this on her chest! what this thing is... and where it came from. patriots defending our rights from an oppressive federal government? or traitors flagrantly breaking the law and occupying land that belongs to the government of the people? two takes on the bundys and their supporters tonight after the shooting in oregon.. and it's one of the topics in the rant tonight.. we want to hear from
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the historic boulder theater will be the screening venue.. for the event in its 12th year. this year there are 129 short films included in catergories like drama, documentary, comedy and horror. the festival runs february 10 through the 13-th. tickets to each film program are nine dollars and a 4-day pass will cost you a hundred dollars. super bowl 50 is less than two weeks away.... and crews are working to get the stadium ready. workers are busy at levi's stadium just outside san francisco-- using paint cans and airbrushes to add logos, hash marks and other emblems to the field. the n-f-l is turning the san francisco 49-ers home stadium into the place that will host the league's biggest sporting event. the carolina panthers and denver broncos take the field february seventh. rehearsals for pre-game and half-time entertainment begin on the field this weekend. we hope you'll join us before the big game... fox5 and our take
are teaming up with goodie two shoes for the big game 10k run festival. you can choose your distance...10k or 5 k. and run or walk with us sunday- february 7th in downtown las vegas. registration includes entrance to health expos, a tailgate and a big party. to register, visit fox5 vegas.com and click on take 5 to care. the day after a deadly shooting in oregon over an occupied refuge... and emotions are still running high. cliven bundy... who has sons behind the group... says the fight is not over. they killed this man shot him like three times he got on the ground then they shot him lik 3-4 more times what kind of human with a dead man there you what kind of person does this? thats the person we are fed up with
authorities were out to kill more. a big few weeks for presidential candidates. what both parties need to watch out for... and what's becoming the deciding factor going into the iowa caucus. the virus threatening pregnant women... who travel to other countries... is spreading. what every u-s citizen needs to know. you're watching fox5 news at 10.
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hillary clinton, she has what it takes to get things done. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. this is fox5 news at 10. local. las vegas. a day after a deadly shooting... a militia group refuses to give up and leave a federal wildlife refuge in oregon. this standoff between the government and the armed group started earlier this month... and last night it came to a head. one man was shot and killed... another man, cliven bundy's son was also hit by gunfire. and several others were arrested. tonight... simon gutierrez has us the lates from burns, oregon. morning just outside the malheur
display. armed protesters who have occupied the refuge for months showed no signs of backing down how are you feeling this morning? jason patrick: i feel fine. reporter: everybody else? patrick: i think they feel fine, too. even after the arrest of the group's leader, ammon bundy, and the shooting death of its occasional spokesman, lavoy finicum. a 56 miles stretch of hwy 395 was shut down after what the fbi calls an enforcement action tuesday afternoon, which ended in gunshots. ammon bundy's brother ryan suffered minor injuries, and, according to family members, lavoy finicum was killed. we've been involved with this however long we have now, trying to get to a peaceful resolution and that's what everyone says on the inside and that's what's
been said on the outside publicly, and now one of my friends is dead. the next day, back in burns, harney county sheriff dave ward became emotional, addressing the loss of life. it didn't have to happen. we all make choices in life.
choices go bad. the whole occupation has been difficult for the community, some siding with the intentions of the occupiers, others tired of the whole thing. burns is torn right down the middle. families have
been ripped, neighbors don't talk. so this has been a really bad situation for us. by mid-afternoon, word spread that ammon bundy, now in federal custody, was calling for occupiers to leave. there were reports of some doing just that, risking the fbi checkpoints that had been set up on the way out. but a small group stayed behind, as did the fbi, watching and waiting for whatever comes next. we've also just learned from authorities in oregeon... three more people arrested in connection with this armed group. the bundy family has gathered at their home in bunkerville...follo wing last nights shooting of laboy finnicum and arrest of ryan
fox 5s cyndi lundeberg spoke to the family ....she has an update from the bundy ranch. cliven bundy tells me he thinks last night that authorities wanted to kill more people including his sons... he also says ever since their stand off here in 2014... he
has a body guard 24-7 so if anything does happen to him there's a witness.. i spoke to cliven after he returned from visiting the family of lavou finnicjm. the bundys say lavou had told them he didn't expect to make it out of oregon alive... cliven says he hasn't spoke to ryan or ammond since their arrest but says he has spoken to people that were with him. and as far as the bundys are concerned what happenned last night was cold blooded murder " they killed this man, they shot him like 3 times, he got down on the ground and they shot him 3 or 4 more times. i mean what kind of human being with a dead man there and you're gonna shoot him some more? i mean what kind of person does that?
that, that's the kind of person we're fed up with in america. that's the beurocrat that thinks he's got more power and don't give a damn about our lives no more, he don't give about our rnaches, don't give about our cattle, don't give about the interior, the resoruces, anything cliven bundy added that the fight in oregon is no where near over... i asked cliven how do you keep fighting when something like lavoys death happens... and he said when you're fighting for what is right.. you can't give up no matter what. reporting live in bunkerville cyndi lundeberg the bundys tells fox 5 they are concerned about ryan bundy. they say during last nights arrest he was shot through the shoulder and say they're worried he's not getting the medical attention he needs. we have more on the breaking news we brought at the top of the show. police are investigating two separate homicides tonight... you are looking live now at the scene of a deadly stabbing... metro police
vegas boulevard and st, louis... around 8:30. a man was taken to the hospital... where he died. and about an hour earlier this evening... metro police say they found a young man in his late teens, early twenties dead in the middle of the courtyard. when they were called to at an apartment complex near pecos and lake mead. he had been shot several times. witnesses say they saw a man wearing a hoodie running from the scene. police are not sure yet if the victim lived in those apartments. a massive fire tears through downtown new orleans. a four-story commercial building on canal street ... bordering the french quarter went up in flames around 3:30 this morning. fire officials say the fire started on the second floor and that one person who was inside the building escaped without injury. crews have not yet determined a cause... but say arson is not suspected. crews in maryland are still working around the clock to clean up the mess left behind be the weekend blizzard. the mayor says despite the progress---- there
work to be done. "the department of transportation estimates that no later than friday every street in this city will be passable. these remaining streets are among the hardest ones to tackle. " mayor stephanie rawlings-blake is asking people to remain patient during the recovery efforts... and hopes schools will reopen in time for classes on friday. the blizzard pounded the northeast... dumping about 29 inches of snow in baltimore. the iowa caucuses are now just five days away. and the field of republican candidates will have one more chance to sway the voters... when they go face-to-face in thursday night's fox news debate. fox's joel waldman shows us how the candidates are preparing for their last showdown in iowa ... waldman says: "republican frontrunner, donald trump, says he's passing on the debate to raise money for veterans ...a move his competitors don't seem too heartbroken about." paul says: "is a host of new issues in the debate and thank goodness donald trump and his super
his fall and he is going home, all the better for the country as far as i am concerned." a double win for rand paul ... who is also getting back on the main stage ... after skipping the last debate himself because the kentucky senator was relegated to the so-called happy ho ur debate. marco rubio, running third in most polls, says his game plan remains the same ... sticking to the big issues facing our nation. rubio says: "i'm going to focus on the future of america, i'm focused on defeating hillary clinton and ensuring that we don't have another four years like the last seven years." two-thousand- and-eight iowa caucus winner, mike huckabee, finds himself toward the back of the pack this time around ... kicking up his ground game heading into the final stretch before ballots are cast. huckabee says: "we're doing 150 events in january, because i don't believe there's a shortcut to winning the iowa caucus because if it does it would change iowa caucus forever." in washington, joel waldman, fox news." hillary clinton-- is
sanction another debate before the new hampshire primary... as bernie sanders paid a visit to president obama. the two anti- abortion activists who undercover shot videos of conversations with planned parenthood members have hired a legal team. attorneys jared woodfill and terry yates say they believe this is what they called a runaway grand jury.. "instead of indicting the wrongdoers here the organization trafficking in baby body parts they've gone after the whistleblower they've gone after the folks who have spoken the truth." the center for medical progress founder david daleiden-- and another activist was indicted monday on a felony charge of tampering with a governmental record.. daleiden was also charged with a misdemeanor count related to offering to buy fetal tissue. michigan officials say that water samples in flint are improving, but still it's too soon to give the go- ahead to people to resume drinking unfiltered water. people have been using bottled water and filters due to lead- tainted water. it started in 2014--
switched from detroit water to the flint river. but the river water wasn't for corrosion, and lead began leaching from pipes into city environmental groups have filed seeking the all lead pipes in flint's water which could cost dollars. "snyder says: "longer term there are lead pipes in the system. again, where they are, we're still mapping all that, there's a lot of work to be done there. and then you have to figure out the long term infrastructure plan to do replacement of those things." " the house oversight committee will hold a hearing on the flint water crisis on february fourth... u-s health officals are issuing travel alerts to latin america over concerns of the zika virus. the outbreak of the virus has now spread to about two dozen countries ... all in central and south america. and now-- americans who have traveled to that region have brought the virus back to the u-s. the virus spreads from mosquitoes and is linked to thousands of cases of brain
"we have a season where there isn't a lot of mosquitoes because it is cold and the mosquito needs a certain temperature and water to reproduce. certainly in the following months, weeks there will be more cases. says: "it's clear this thing is spreading like wildfire throughout latin america and the caribbean, and i'm worried about the gulf coast." " president obama is now calling on researchers to step up efforts to fight zika... including vaccines and tests. the southern nevada health districts says there are no confirmed cases of the zika virus in southern nevada... but warn that women who are pregnant or trying to get pregnant should avoid traveling to areas where the virus is circulating. officials in california was the damage and erosion caused by el nino storms to be treated as a natural disaster. " speier says: "i am firmly convinced that the federal government now has got to recognize that an el nino is like superstorm sandy except it happens
portion of time" congresswoman jackie speier says she plans to ask for help from both the state and federal governments. many people have been ordered out of their homes after landslides caused by the storms... left some houses and apartment buildings teetering at the edge of eroding cliffs. some people went willingly-- while others initially refused to leave. a project is in place to stopping niagara falls from flowing... crews need to replace two 1- hundred-15 year old bridges connecting the u-s mainland with goat island.. but to do that..crews would have to basically shut down niagara falls. about 85-percent of the niagara.. flows over horseshoe falls....on the canadian side-- while the rest goes over american falls. to "dewater" the american falls.... officials would build a temporary cofferdam that would redirect the entire river flow to horseshoe falls. a 99-year old woman got quite a
when she is woken up by an exotic animal in the middle of the night.. in her miami home. ) "not expecting anything, she opens her eyes and sees an animal laying there. i guess she thought maybe it was a cat, but once they got a look at each other, classic, both of them screamed, both of them ran. " the woman's family doesn't know how kinkajou got in the house. a kinkajou is native to central and south america and is in the raccoon family. officials say the kinkajou was being kept as a pet... and escaped its owner's home. the budweiser clydesdale family has just gotten bigger. meet mac. his name is in honor of its clydesdales being "the most macro of all icons." it's also a nod to the company's tagline: "proudly a macro beer." the clydesdale was born at a ranch in booneville missouri-- it is home to more than 160 clydesdales.
hollywood.... " singing" contestants trying to stay alive for another week of the competition. we have more from hollywood week. seeing red.... the runnin rebels are back at the mack... taking on boise state. did the rebel red help them team on the court?? your fox5 weather 24/7 forecast is coming up next after a standoff involving bundy family members and the feds in oregon turned violent.. one of the rants is directed at a nevada assemblywoman.. why matthew wants to know "when will michelle fiore finally get a clue?"
streaming, gaming, or downloading movies. yeah, the internet's great, but i think hair and makeup went a little too far. yeah, that's not working. i much prefer the two-day beard, horn-rimmed glasses, just-slept-in-his-car kinda thing. yeah, i miss the rumpled crazy uncle look. okay. be "paul giamatti." that's the essence of this role. feel like a hollywood insider with high-speed internet from centurylink. the runnin' rebels were back in action tonight taking on one of the best teams in the conference - boise state. to try and get the crowd fired up -
for "red out" conditions. boise state-- strong in the first half.... the runnin' rebels trailed by eight at half time. patrick mccaw... rebels shooting guard.... led the way with 25 points... and big steals in the second half. the game went back and forth in that second half. rebels hit free throws down the stretch to seal the victory... runnin rebels win it 87-77. rebels are now four and one under interim head coach todd simon. the schedule doesn't get any easier for the runnin' rebels. conference leading san diego state comes to town for a saturday game that tips off at 5:00. now fox5 weather 24/7, with chief meterologist ted pretty the warm up for us from thursday through saturday is on track with mid to upper 60s expected. saturday afternoon we'll see southwest gusts to
area showers are expected on sunday with the best chance being in the afternoon. we'll see a high of just 58 degrees on sunday. sunday will also feature gusts to 25 mph at times. we keep the chance of showers for at least the first half of monday with stronger gusts to 40 mph possible from the northwest. we'll see highs around 50 with lows around 35 for much of next week. the warm up for us from thursday through saturday is on track with mid to upper 60s expected. saturday afternoon we'll see
increasing clouds. area showers are expected on sunday with the best chance being in the afternoon. we'll see a high of just 58 degrees on sunday. sunday will also feature gusts to 25 mph at times. we keep the chance of showers for at least the first half of monday with stronger gusts to 40 mph possible from the northwest. we'll see highs around 50 with lows around 35 for much of next
will resume shortly the stand off between the federal government and a group of militants in oregon turned violent. the group led by ammon bundy.. you remember his father's stand off with the government in bunkerville. bundy was arrested tuesday in a traffic stop .. another protester was shot and killed in the same stop. let's start with
send us your rants to the rant at fox5vegas.com or call at 702-436- 8285 here's a look at what's coming up.. on fox five news at eleven. protestors in oregon are mourning the death of a militant killed in a shootout... and refusing to back down on their message. we'll take you to their demonstration tonight. from becoming an uber driver to renting out rooms in your house... why more americans are turning to "on demand jobs"... and making a living off them. and how a phone upgrade is causing emergency calls to wind up here in las vegas... when they should be in mesquite! hollywood week is here for hundreds of idol hopefuls.... some contestants disappointed... while others shined.
week " the contestants joined the judges in california at the dolby theater.... attempting to make the final cut. contestants came up on stage in groups of 10, singing solos... and then waited to see if they will continue on to perform acapella. we'll have more tomorrow from hollywood-- right here on fox5. a 6-year old's imagination ran wild while preparing for his latest birthday party. the sweet surprise he
dream comes true. from a concept to the execution... he gets a picture perfect birthday cake. 6-year-old oliver sipes drew up his dream cake... and his mom dropped it off with the order. the baker-- totally nailed it.... her creation came out exactly like the drawing. it features jedi fighting on the top of the cake, surrounded by candy canes, cookies, lollipops and little men walking around the base layer. his parents say oliver is a big cake boss fan... and that's where the inspiration to design the cake
live from las vegas it's time for fox5 news at 11. metro police are working two investigations tonight... we have the these breaking news stories. "he was murdered plain and simple " protestors in oregon and their supporters in angry... after a militant is shot and killed. how the bundy family describes and what happened at a vigil tonight. killed in a crash...