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jones joins us with a quick look at the fox 5 weather 24-7 forecast. good morning i'm cassandra jones with fox5. the warming continues for us today through saturday with mid to upper 60s expected. saturday afternoon we'll see southwest gusts to 35 mph with increasing clouds. area showers rain is expected on sunday with the best chance being in the afternoon. we'll see a high of just 57 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 good morning. here's a look at your fox5 traffic solutions let's begin with your drive here are the accidents to watch out and alternate routes you can use listed on our maps here are the construciton areas to look out for and alternate routes
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back to the news desk an overnight shooting leaves one man dead at a bus stop near tropicana and eastern. fox five's nick lagrange joins us live near that intersection with the latest details on the investigation. nick? dave and maria -- this investigation centers aroubd the bus stop you see behind me. police say two white males were at that bus stop when they were approached by a group of hispanic males. both were shot, and one was killed. police say this happened at about 12:45 this morning. metro police lieutenant dan mcgrath says the two white males were approached by four hispanic males. mcgrath says some 'gang language' was exchanged, and then six shots were fired. one of the white males in his 30's was killed in the
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the other was transported to the hospital with multiple gun shot wounds. mcgrath says the group of hispanic males ran southwest of the shooting scene... possibly to a nearby apartment complex. "... believe they're in the area.... pretty violent act." mcgrath says they are speaking to witnesses in the area, and checking security video from the many nearby businesses. mcgrath says they expect to have this intersection closed at least until sunrise. so you may need to find an alternate route this morning. if you have any information that can help police in this case, you're encouraged to give them a call. dave and maria?
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investigating two other homicides. and this morning, both suspects are still on the run. the first homicide happened at an apartment complex near pecos and lake mead. metro says they found a young man shot to death in the middle of the courtyard there. witnesses say they saw a man wearing a hoodie running from the scene. police don't know what sparked this. about an hour later, police were called out to a deadly stabbing near las vegas boulevard and saint louis. police say the victim and another man got into a fight and things quickly escalated. the suspect pulled out a knife and stabbed the victim several times. he was taken to the hospital where he later died. police say witnesses inside the home identified the suspect. the search for that person continues this morning. metro's night didn't end there. police say a woman is recovering after a shooting at a valley apartment complex. it happened at the renaissance villas apartment complex just before 11 last night. metro say the shooting victims actually drove themselves to spring valley hospital. right now, police have very little
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"two black males...investigatio the female victim was later transferred to umc. both victims are okay. if you have any this shooting call crime stoppers at 702- 385-55-55. the armed occupation of a refuge in oregon appears to be coming to an end. ammon bundy is telling followers to go home. during a news conference yesterday the fbi said a high-speed getaway attempt and a reach for the waistband led to swat team members opening fire on ammon bundy and his armed occupiers. militia member lavoy finnicum was killed. last night, a group of people attended a vigil for finnicum. some who attended are angry, saying swat agents killed him in cold blood.
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someone be held accountable for his death. here at home... the bundy family says they're concerned about ryan bundy's health. ryan was shot in the shoulder during tuesday night's arrest. the bundy's are worried he isn't getting the medical attention he needs. fox5's cyndi lundeberg spoke with the family at their ranch in bunkerville.
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man there and you're gonna shoot him some more? i mean what kind of person does that? i'll tell you what kind of person does that, that's the kind of person we're fed up with in america. beurocrat that 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>> of members of the armed group left the federal refuge. authorities dozen members of the group remain
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in more local news... parents are on edge after they were warned about an attempted abduction near a a letter was sent home with o'callaghan junior high school saying two approached by a man as they were walking home the man then asked the students if they wanted a ride a letter was also brookman elementary school. a group is meeting the problems on a dangerous road. 20-15 was a bad year for boulder highway. the area saw a number of deadly accidents, many involving pedestrians trying to cross the street outside of marked crosswalks. organizers want to discuss making the road safer for both drivers and pedestrians. today's meeting is happening at 3 p-m at boulder station inside the casino's banquet area. this afternoon north las vegas mayor john lee will deliver his annual state of the city address. he's expected to discuss the city's economic outlook. mayor lee will
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over at texas station. seating for the event is sold out. some standing room only access will be offered at the door, if available. 5-dollars from the sale of each ticket will benefit "james seastrand helping hands of north las vegas." the organization provides services to elderly citizens in our community, allowing them to retain their independence. there will be a gaping hole at tonight's gop debate... donald trump... the billionaire businessman says he's out. trump says he's skipping the debate after failing to get fox's megyn kelly bounced as one of tonight's moderators. now trump will hold a competing event, benefitting veterans. fox's caroline shively has the details.
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debate in iowa, maintaining fox news host megyn kelly treated him unfairly in the first g-o-p debate back in she asked him to explain past disparaging remarks about women. once told a contestant on 'celebrity apprentice' it would be a pretty picture to see her on her knees. does that sound like the temperament of the man we should elect as president?" this week that escalated into a testy back and forth of media statements between trump and fox news. rival, ted cruz, has one on one debate =saturday= night, and a super pac backing cruz says they'll donate a million and a half dollars to veterans if trump shows up. cruz says: "he doesn't want to have to answer questions from the men and women of iowa about how his record doesn't match what he's selling," but while some of trumps rivals are critical of his move... at least one seems happy. paul says: "to me i feel like i've got a double win. i am in
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trump." shively says (oncam tag): "earlier this week, trump asked his twitter followers if he should debate. 56 percent said yes but he still pulled out. in washington, caroline shively, fox news.">> while some professions, like... lumberjacks... are a dying breed. other careers are thriving! we've got the list of "in demand" jobs... next. "this is definitely on top of my never forget moments." for good reason... he started with 2 passengers... and
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you're watching fox5 news this morning with dave hall, maria silva, monica jackson, jason feinberg , . weather 24/7 with cassandra jones and traffic solutions. this is fox5 news this morning.
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good morning i'm cassandra jones with fox5. the warming continues for us today through saturday with mid to upper 60s expected. saturday afternoon we'll see southwest gusts to 35 mph with increasing clouds. area showers rain is expected on sunday with the best chance being in the afternoon. we'll see a high of just 57 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 good morning. here's a look at your fox5 traffic solutions let's begin with
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good morning. here's a look at your fox5 traffic solutions let's begin with your drive here are the accidents to watch out and alternate routes you can use listed on our maps here are the construciton areas to look out for and alternate routes listed on our maps back to the news desk "project neon" is breaking ground this summer. work will begin on the spaghetti bowl next week to there will be lane u-s 95 from nine p-m until five a-m january 31st and february first. these will be at the m-l-k boulevard on-
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drivers are encouraged to find other routes. crews will dig utility trenches to prepare for the widening of i- 15 from sahara to u-s 95. the project will cost 560-million dollars. the cars we drive are getting safer... technology is reducing human error. a recent study showed auto- brake systems reduced crashes by 40 percent... while front collision warning technology can cut the risk by 23 percent. about half of vehicles sold in the u-s offer automatic braking or collision warning... however it's often available -- and usually very expensive. speaking of about a 14 million dollar drug bust... authorities found 100 pounds of heroin in a pickup truck in new york. two men were busted while circling a block in spot. the drugs were found inside an
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that were laying in the bed of the truck. 100 pounds of heroin has an estimated worth of 14-million dollars. the era of the lumberjack is coming to an end. and high-tech machinery is to blame. mills across the country have fewer employees working today than ever before. not only are there fewer jobs, but industry professionals say, the job is no longer in demand. americans are getting creative when it comes to finding ways to make a living beyond the typical 40 hour work week. there are lots of "in demand" jobs up for grabs right now. gigs like being a ride-sharing driver, selling things online or renting out rooms to travelers are some of those "in demand" jobs. social media and smart phone apps have really helped these careers take off. a lyft driver had quite the adventure... he started with 2 passengers... and ended with 3. (jilson daniels, lyft driver) "that was
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for me. so this was definitely a way to cap off my one year anniversary." jilson daniels helped deliver a baby... sort of... he rushed a woman and her boyfriend to the nearest hospital... but by the time he pulled in the parking lot... he could already see the baby's head. hospital nurses rushed out and decided it was too late to move the woman... so she gave birth right there in daniels backseat. both mom and the baby girl are doing well. a new national poll on racism is out... it shows a shift in how americans view the subject. plus... president obama is weighing in on the oscars controversy... see what he has to say about it. plus... what local lawmakers are proposing to help veterans get access to medical
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i was walking home. just picked us up two breakfast croissants for four bucks, when this bear attacked. with one swipe, it devoured one of the croissants. then jack showed up and took care of the beast, so i could escape. and that's what happened to your breakfast croissant. and yours? it survived. share it with yourself. freshlycracked egg with ham and bacon,or sausage,
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tribute to the crews of apollo 1 and space shuttles challenger and columbia today. today marks the 30th anniversary of the challenger tradgedy. 7 members of the challenger crew died on the morning of january 28, 1986... when a booster engine failed causing the shuttle to break apart. the devastating explosion happened just 73 seconds after it's launch. currently, v-a doctors aren't
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prescribe medical marijuana to veterans. but that could soon change. the ban expires in just a few days... so some lawmakers are taking the opportunity to re-examine the rule. "this wouldn't extend medical marijuana to states where it doesn't exist. it would say in states where it is legal, doctors who are treating veterans should have the option of even talking about it, and recommending it." congresswoman titus says she would like to see more testing done on medical marijuana, to find out what other benefits it could have for veterans. nevada congressman joe heck... who is a doctor... is also asking for the policy to change. how does this sound for dinner tonight... grapes... onions... red wine and choclate?? it's good for you. here's why... they all have flavonoids in them... flavonoids are natural compounds that appear in many types of produce... like strawberries, grapes, and onions. a new study found that those with diets rich in flavonoid maintained their weight better... some even lost weight.
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also be found in things like red wine and chocolate. president obama is weighing-in on the oscars diversity controversy. the president said wednesday that he thinks movies will be better if they represent the diversity of our country. believes the debate raises a bigger question -- "are we making sure that everybody is getting a fair shot?" president obama says that idea should be applied to all american industries... not just film. he suggests we "look for talent and provide opportunity to everybody." some members of the academy of motion picture arts and sciences also upset by the oscar controversy. they say the 'lack of diversity' accusation unfairly labels them as 'boring and racist.' the academy decided last week that members will now lose their voting rights after 10 years of inactivity. this upset many members as well... calling the new rule 'ageist.' a new study shows that it's not just minorities who believe racism
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the public opinion poll revealed that more white americans believe racism is an issue that needs to be addressed. specifically -- 44 percent of whites believe the criminal justice system is biased. the w-k kellogg foundation -- who backed the study -- believes the deaths of michael brown, eric garner and freddie gray play a big part in public opinion. saving man's best friend. one animal shelter announces its goal for the next five years. how it plans to make sure all abondoned and unwanted animals find forever homes. wore their "rebel red" last night to support the team. but was it enough to help the runnin' rebels get a
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next. do you think when you are president you'll be paid as much as if you were a man-male...? this is one of the jobs where they have to pay you the same. but there are so many examples where that doesn't happen. i'm going to do everything i can to make sure every woman in every job gets paid the same... ...as the men who are doing that job. i'm hillary clinton
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shooting at a bus stop leaves one person dead. we're live with the latest, including what may have lead up to that shooting. the man arrested for pointing a gun at people on the strip was in court... hear why his brother says he needs help... not handcuffs. joining the ranks! a new class of athletes is getting ready to join the southern nevada sports hall of fame. what we know about the 20-16 inductees. welcome back, i'm maria silva and i'm dave hall. we'll get those headlines in a minute, but first - cassandra jones has a quick look at the fox 5 weather 24-7 forecast. good morning i'm cassandra jones with fox5. the warming continues for us today through saturday with mid to upper
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we'll see southwest gusts to 35 mph with increasing clouds. area showers rain is expected on sunday with the best chance being in the afternoon. we'll see a high of just 57 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 good morning. here's a look at your fox5 traffic solutions let's begin with your drive here are the accidents to watch out and alternate routes you can use listed on our maps here are the construciton areas to look out for and alternate routes listed on our maps back to the news
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an overnight shooting leaves one man dead at a bus stop near tropicana and eastern. fox five's nick lagrange joins us live near that intersection with details of the investigation. nick? dave and maria -- this investigation centers aroubd the bus stop you see behind me. police say two white males were at that bus stop when they were approached by a group of hispanic males. both were shot, and one was killed. police say this happened at about 12:45 this morning. metro police lieutenant dan mcgrath says the two white males wererepproached by four hispanic males. mcgrath says some 'gang language' was exchanged, and then six shots were fired.
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males in his 30's was killed in the exchange, while the other was transported to the hospital with multiple gun shot wounds. mcgrath says the group of hispanic males ran southwest of the shooting scene... possibly to a nearby apartment complex. "... believe they're in the area.... pretty violent act." mcgrath says they are speaking to witnesses in the area, and checking security video from the many nearby businesses. mcgrath says they expect to have this intersection closed at least until sunrise. so you may need to find an alternate route this morning. if you have any information that can help police in this case, you're encouraged to give them a call.
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breaking news now... the zika virus is spreading around the americas. that's according to the world health organization director general -- dr. margaret chan. she says "the level of alarm is extremely high." the relatively new mosquito- borne disease is now in 23 countries and territories... but a leading obama administration health official says he doubts the u-s is vulnerable to the widespread outbreak... which has been linked to a wave of birth defects in brazil. the southern districts says 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. the man arrested for pointing a gun at people on the las vegas strip appears before a judge. humming
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restrained and wearing a spit hood when he was wheeled into the courtroom yesterday. black moaned through most of his appearance. the 20-year-old is facing an assault with a deadly weapon charge. black's brothers says he has mental health issues and that he needs treatment... because he had stopped taking medication for schizophrenia days before the incident. "he's not violent at 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 want black to undergo a mental health evaluation. he is being held on 2 million dollars bail and is due back in court next 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.
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key. " that psychologist says people who follow their doctors recommendations are often the ones who get better. 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. new this morning... police need your help finding an accused jewel thief. take a good look at these photos. we're told the suspect entered a jewelry store at las vegas boulevard and spring mountain yesterday, posing as a customer. police say the suspect threatened the clerk and demanded that jewelry be placed in his bag. the suspect left the store with several items. police are looking for a light skinned black man in his mid thirties. he was wearing a fur hat, blue sweater, jeans and black shoes. call crimes away if you know you can remain anonymous on
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could be eligible for a cash reward. new video was released in hopes of finding a homicide suspect. take a look at this surveillance video. metro is looking for the driver of this pick-up truck. 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. 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 have any information on any of these stories you are asked to contact crimestoppers at 702-385-55-55. in our national headlines, a georgia state trooper is recovering this morning after being shot following a chase. the trooper was attempting to pull over the suspect when the chase began.
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suspect's truck stopped, the suspect pulled out a handgun and this started a authorities. the trooper was shot in the leg and the suspect was times killing him. the widow of an illinois police officer who staged his own suicide... felony charges wednesday. officials say played a part in embezzlement scheme. like her late husband , she allegedly spent thousands of dollars from the fox lake police department's youth explorers program on personal travel, meals and entertainment. in more local news... the animal foundation is working overtime to save animals here in the valley. yesterday, the shelter announced plans to treat and save all animals in need. fox5's christine maddela has the details.
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a no-kill shelter.... christine robinson, executive director, the animal foundation "it includes a whole array of programs 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 thacot mes 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,
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district attorney "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. christine maddela fox5 local las vegas>> the animal foundation also launched a website to increase transparency and allow the public to track the progress of the program. we have a link to the website posted on our website, fox5 vegas dot com just clink on this story.
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has already proved they can lose to anyone in the mountain west... last night they proved they could beat anyone too... the boys had a big night. fox5's kevin bolinger was there. closed captioning will resume closed captioning will resume closed captioning will resume closed captioning will resume now they get
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now they get ready for the best team in the mtn west... san diego state comes to town saturday night. tip time set for 5:00. it's an exciting day for local athletes! we will learn who will be inducted into the southern nevada sports hall of fame later today. you are looking at footage from past year's ceremonies. the 20-16 inductees will be announced during a press conference at 11 a-m. all four members of the 2016 class are expected to be in attendance. the inductees will be enshrined at
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the jets may not have made it to the the jets may not have made it to the super bowl... but some of their cheerleaders still have plenty to cheer about. more on their class action lawsuit against the team... what they were demanding and what they got... next. "he wanted a match, and i wanted to tangle with him." it's a match neither of these boys will ever forget... see why it was a
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good morning i'm cassandra jones with fox5. the for us today through saturday with mid to upper 60s expected. saturday afternoon we'll see southwest with increasing showers rain is expected on sunday with the best chance being in the afternoon. we'll see
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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
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here's a look at your fox5 traffic solutions let's begin with your drive here are the accidents to watch out and alternate routes you can use listed on our maps here are the construciton areas to look out for and alternate routes listed on our maps back to the news desk a hockey player is probably looking at a fat fine and suspension after this cheap shot. here it is... calgary flames defenseman dennis wideman with a total cheap shot against linesman don henderson last nigt... wideman was returning to the bench when he hit henderson. the game did have to be stopped for a bit-- but the official did stay in the game. the new york jets cheerleaders
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class-action lawsuit against the team. all 52 women claimed they were cheated out of pay and forced to cover work- related expenses... like makeup, hair care and transportation. the team denies the claims but agreed to pay out 324-thousand to avoid further legal action. the women will recieve around 6- thousand each. a teen with special needs takes on a new challenge on the wrestling mat in massachusettes. wrestler deven schuko is undefeated -- or at least he was -- until he took on andy howland -- who goes to a rival school. as you can see andy swiftly pinned deven to the ground before running off the mat to celebrate. "deven has a natural respect for any wrestler, such as andy, and i think deven just proved there that it's never wrong to do the right thing," "if i had to lose to someone, i'd like to lose to andy,". "it was a win-win in my book. he won, i
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deven is a top- ranked wrestler... but clearly a top notch kind too... so when andy came looking to compete, schuko never hesitated. the n-f-l decided to ditch the roman numerals for this year's 50th super bowl. this year's big game should be known as 'super bowl l'... but the league decided that didn't sound or look good. for example "taking an l" often means losing or failing. the n-f-l also says they had a hard time making "super bowl l" look attractive. the change is a one-time thing and next year's super bowl will go back to roman numerals. we hope you'll join us before the big game... fox5 and our take 5 to care partners are teaming up with goodie two shoes for the big game 10k run festival. registration includes entrance to health expos, a tailgate and a big game viewing party. to register, visit
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would you rather run a 10k... or get punched in the gut by a ufc fighter?? is there an option "c"? one guy took the punch... we'll show you how this ends. plus... what... is... that? what the hall is next?? ((music))
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the powers of and the ultimate gut punch... here's what the hall?? have you ever wondered what it's like to get punched... in the gut... by a ufc fighter?? my answer is no... i'm good... this is what it looks like. on the right... is ufc heavyweight fighter mark hunt... on the left is some poor sap... now let's watch in super slo-mo as breaks him in half... there's a lot of jiggling going on but in the end... hats off to the kid... he stayed on his feet... and even laughed about it... better him than us you guys. we've all dreamed of having powers like spiderman... now we can...
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and bad news for the bad guys. 1:38-1:43 into clip (terrible sound efx) this is a japanese net launcher gun... it's perfect for stopping crooks... and terrible actors... just like spiderman... you too can catch the bad guys by slinging webs... the gun can shoot out a net up to 60 feet... the evil- doers have no chance... especially if they're as dopey as these guys in the video... by the way.... the net launcher gun costs 2000 dollars. you might need that ridiculous looking thing if you ever run into this... it's called king cake baby... and it's terrifying. watch this poor lady just going to buy some groceries... she gets attacked by that... thing... king cake baby is a mascot for the new orleans pelicans basketball team... it's a giant baby... with a diaper... crown... and creepy looking face... king cake baby only comes out during mardi gras
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that's all anyone can handle anyway. ((anchor chat)) a father learns his baby's gender and lets just say it took his breath away. after having 4 daughters-- his wife decided to surprise her husband in a special way by having him cut the cake to reveal that they are having a boy. you can see what happened next. he fainted! the couple will welcome the baby boy in june. a heartwarming moment when a 2 year old with down syndrome
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take a look :38 w... xyz :47 meet little john david from his mom has been taking him to speech programs . this is the first time he said his entire a-b-c's-- and he did it in front of his grandma. so far, the video more than 13 million times. we have a winner... baby theme... we have a winner... meet the brand new, adorable gerber baby...
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is a little bigger this morning. 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
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160 clydesdales. the new gerber baby is 7-month old isla from michigan. here she is... isla's photo was chosen from more than 170-thousand entries. judges say they looked for gerber-like features... such as expressiveness and dimples. isla's parents will receive 50- thousand dollars... and can decide if they want little isla to appear in any gerber ads. let's take a look at what's ahead on fox five news this morning. metro is busy every night... last night was appalling... now the department is investigating 3 separate crime
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potential homicides. boulder highway is one of the deadliest roads in our valley. what's being done today to make that road safer for both drivers and pedestrians. will it be a trump bump? or a trump dump? donald trump has pulled out of tonight's debate... experts say this is his riskest move yet. good morning i'm dave hall. and i'm maria silva. welcome to fox5 news this morning. first - cassandra jones joins us at the fox 5 forecast. good morning i'm cassandra jones with fox5. the warming continues for us today through saturday with mid to upper 60s expected. saturday afternoon we'll see southwest
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with increasing clouds. area showers rain is expected on sunday with the best chance being in the a high of just 57 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 with lows around week good morning. here's a look at your fox5 traffic solutions let's begin with your drive here are the accidents to watch out and alternate routes you can use listed on our maps here are the construciton areas to look out for and alternate routes listed on our maps back to the news desk an overnight shooting leaves one man dead at a bus stop near
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eastern. fox five's nick lagrange joins us live near that intersection with the latest details. nick? dave and maria -- this investigation centers aroubd the bus stop you see behind me. police say two white males were at that bus stop when they were approached by a group of hispanic males. both were shot, and one was killed. police say this happened at about 12:45 this morning. metro police lieutenant dan mcgrath says the two white males were approached by four hispanic males. mcgrath says some 'gang language' was exchanged, and then six shots were fired. one of the white males in his 30's was killed in the exchange, while the other was transported to the hospital with multiple gun shot wounds. mcgrath says the group of hispanic males ran southwest of the shooting scene... possibly to a
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"... believe they're in the area.... pretty violent act." mcgrath says they are speaking to witnesses in they are speaking to witnesses in the area, and checking security video from the many nearby businesses. mcgrath says they expect to have this intersection closed at least until sunrise. so you may need to find an alternate route this morning. if you have any information that can help police in this case, you're encouraged to give them a call. dave and maria? metro is investigating two other homicides. and this morning, both suspects are still on the run. the first homicide happened at an apartment complex near pecos and lake mead.
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found a young man shot to death in the middle of the courtyard there. witnesses say they saw a man wearing a hoodie running from the scene. police don't know what sparked this. about an hour later, police were called out to a deadly stabbing near las vegas boulevard and saint louis. police say the victim and another man got into a fight and things quickly escalated. the suspect pulled out a knife and stabbed the victim several times. he was taken to the hospital where he later died. police say witnesses inside the home identified the suspect. the search for that person continues this morning. metro's night didn't end there. police say a woman is recovering after a shooting at a valley apartment complex. it happened at the renaissance villas apartment complex on tropicana near decatur just before 11 last night. metro say the shooting victims actually drove themselves to spring valley hospital. right now, police have very little information about the suspects. "two black males...investigatio n is ongoing."
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to umc. the female victim was later taken to umc. both victims are expected to be okay. if you have any information on this shooting you're encouraged to call crime stoppers at 702-385-55-55. the armed occupation of a federal wildlife refuge in oregon appears to be coming to an end. nevada rancher ammon bundy is telling followers to go home. during a news conference yesterday the fbi said a high-speed getaway attempt and a reach for the waistband... led to swat team members opening fire on bundy and his armed occupiers. militia member lavoy finnicum was killed. last night, a group of people attended a vigil for finnicum. some who attended are angry, saying swat agents killed him in cold blood. and now they're demanding someone be held accountable for his death. here at home... the bundy family says they're concerned about ryan bundy's health. ryan was shot in
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night's arrest. the bundy's are worried he isn't getting the medical attention he needs. fox5's cyndi lundeberg spoke with the family at their ranch in bunkerville.
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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>> overnight, dozens of members of the armed group left the federal refuge. authorities believe less than n dozen members of the group remain there this morning. new this morning... the zika virus is spreading around the americas. that's according to the world health organization. the who says "the
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extremely high." the relatively new mosquito- borne disease is now in 23 countries and territories... but a leading obama administration health official says he doubts the u-s is vulnerable to the widespread outbreak... which has been linked to a wave of birth defects in brazil. 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. in more local news... parents are on edge after they were warned about an attempted abduction near a school. a letter was sent home with students from o'callaghan junior high school saying two students were approached by a man as they were walking home from school. the man then asked the students if they wanted a ride home. a letter was also sent to parents of brookman elementary school. a group is meeting today to discuss the problems on a dangerous road. 20-15 was a bad year for boulder
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the area saw a number of deadly accidents, many involving pedestrians trying to cross the street outside of marked crosswalks. organizers want to discuss making the road safer for both drivers and pedestrians. today's meeting is happening at 3 p-m at boulder station inside the casino's banquet area. this afternoon north las vegas mayor john lee will deliver his annual state of the city address. he's expected to discuss the city's economic outlook. mayor lee will address the community at noon over at texas station. seating for the event is sold out. some standing room only access will be offered at the door, if available. 5-dollars from the sale of each ticket will benefit "james seastrand helping hands of north las vegas." the organization provides services to elderly citizens in our community, allowing them to retain their independence. there will be a gaping hole at tonight's gop debate... donald trump... the billionaire businessman says he's out. trump says he's
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failing to get fox's megyn kelly bounced as one of tonight's moderators. now trump will hold a competing event, benefitting veterans. fox's caroline shively has the details.
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=saturday= night, and a super pac backing cruz says they'll donate a million and a half dollars to veterans if trump shows up. cruz says: "he doesn't want to have to answer questions from the men and women of iowa about how his record doesn't match what he's selling," but while some of trumps rivals are critical of his move... at least one seems happy. paul says: "to me i feel like i've got a double win. i am in the main debate and i don't have to put up with donald trump." shively says (oncam tag): "earlier this week, trump asked his twitter followers if he should debate. 56 percent said yes but he still pulled out. in washington, caroline shively, fox news.">> while some professions, like... lumberjacks... are a dying breed. other careers are thriving! we've got the list of "in demand" jobs... next. "this is definitely on top of my never forget moments." for good reason... he started with 2 passengers... and
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mee just got a free 6" subway sandwich. just text offers to 782929 to sign up for weekly text offers. and you'll get a free 6-inch sub when you buy a 30-oz. drink just for signing up. there are two democratic visions for regulating wall street. one says it's okay to take millions from big banks and then tell them what to do. my plan -- break up the big banks, close the tax loopholes,
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then we can expand health care to all, and provide universal college education. will they like me? no. will they begin to play by the rules if i'm president? you better believe it. i'm bernie sanders and i approve this message. fox5 news this morning with dave hall, maria silva, monica jackson, jason feinberg , . weather 24/7 with cassandra jones and traffic solutions. this is fox5 news this morning.
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good morning i'm cassandra jones with fox5. the warming continues for us today through saturday with mid to upper 60s expected. saturday afternoon we'll see southwest gusts to 35 mph with increasing clouds. area showers rain is expected on sunday with the best chance being in the afternoon. we'll see a high of just 57 degrees on sunday. sunday will also
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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 good morning. here's a look at
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good morning. here's a look at your fox5 traffic solutions let's begin with your drive here are the accidents to watch out and alternate routes you can use listed on our maps here are the construciton areas to look out for and alternate routes listed on our maps back to the news desk "project neon" is breaking ground this summer. and work will
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spaghetti bowl next week to get ready for it. there will be lane restrictions on u-s 95 from nine p-m until five a-m january 31st and february first. these will be at the m-l-k boulevard on- ramp and off- ramp. drivers are encouraged to find other routes. crews will dig utility trenches to prepare for the widening of i- 15 from sahara to u-s 95. the project will cost 560-million dollars. the cars we drive are getting safer... technology is reducing human error. a recent study showed auto- brake systems reduced crashes by 40 percent... while front collision warning technology can cut the risk by 23 percent. about half of vehicles sold in the u-s offer automatic braking or collision warning... however it's often available only as an add-on -- and usually very expensive. speaking of expensive... how about a 14 million dollar drug bust... authorities found 100 pounds of
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truck in new york. two men were busted while circling a block in queens... looking for a parking spot. the drugs were found inside an old drive shaft and axle casings that were laying in the bed of the truck. 100 pounds of heroin has an estimated worth of 14-million dollars. the era of the lumberjack is coming to an end. and high-tech machinery is to blame. mills across the country have fewer employees working today than ever before. not only are there fewer jobs, but industry professionals say, the job is no longer in demand. americans are getting creative when it comes to finding ways to make a living there are lots of "in demand" jobs up for grabs right now. gigs like being a ride-sharing driver, selling things online or renting out rooms to travelers are some of those "in demand" jobs. social media and smart phone apps have really helped these careers take off. a lyft driver had
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adventure... he started with 2 passengers... and ended with 3. (jilson daniels, lyft driver) "that was definitely a first for me. so this was definitely a way to cap off my one year anniversary." jilson daniels helped deliver a baby... sort of... he rushed a woman and her boyfriend to the nearest hospital... but by the time he pulled in the parking lot... he could already see the baby's head. hospital nurses rushed out and decided it was too late to move the woman... so she gave birth right there in daniels backseat. both mom and the baby girl are doing well. patriots defending our rights or traitors breaking the law... we hear from both sides as they take on the bundys and their supporters... the morning rant is next.
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shortly)) you know the basic bargain of america is if you work hard, and you do your part, you should be able to get ahead and stay ahead. but so many families don't feel like their hard work pays off. that's not the way america is supposed to operate. i want to go to bat for them every single day. get incomes rising... get equal pay for women... cut the cost of health care and child care so people can actually get ahead. hillary clinton, she has what it takes to get things done.
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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
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let's start with j-p now to donald trump.. who is boycotting the fox news debate thursday night
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in the first debate you heard a rant here yesterday critical of the metro officer who shot at and missed a man waiving a gun at the strip. one of his bullets grazed a child. the criticism was directed at his aim. now this caller send us your rants to the rant at
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i was walking home. just picked us up two breakfast croissants for four bucks, when this bear attacked. with one swipe, it devoured one of the croissants. then jack showed up and took care of the beast, so i could escape. and that's what happened to your breakfast croissant. and yours? it survived. share it with yourself. freshlycracked egg with ham and bacon,or sausage,
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stop leaves one person dead. we're live with the latest, including what may have lead up to that shooting.
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for pointing a gun at people on the strip was in court... hear why his brother says he needs help... not handcuffs. joining the ranks! a new class of athletes is getting ready to join the southern nevada sports hall of fame. what we know about the 20-16 inductees. welcome back, i'm and i'm dave hall. we'll get those headlines in a minute, but first - has a quick look at the fox 5 weather 24-7 forecast. good morning i'm cassandra jones warming continues for us today through saturday with mid to upper 60s expected. saturday afternoon we'll see southwest gusts to 35 mph with increasing clouds. area showers rain is expected on sunday with the best chance being in the afternoon. we'll see
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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 good morning. here's a look at your fox5 traffic solutions let's begin with your drive here are the accidents to watch out and alternate routes you can use listed on our maps here are the construciton areas to look out for and alternate routes listed on our maps back to the news desk
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shooting leaves one man dead at a bus stop near tropicana and eastern. fox five's nick lagrange joins us live near that intersection with the latest details. nick? dave and maria -- this investigation centers aroubd the bus stop you see behind me. police say two white males were at that bus stop when they were approached by a group of hispanic males. both were shot, and one was killed. police say this happened at about 12:45 this morning. metro police lieutenant dan mcgrath says the two white males were approached by four hispanic males. mcgrath says some 'gang language' was exchanged, and then six shots were fired. one of the white males in his 30's was killed in the exchange, while the other was transported to the hospital with multiple gun shot wounds. mcgrath says the
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southwest of the shooting scene... possibly to a nearby apartment complex. "... believe they're in the area.... pretty violent act." mcgrath says they are speaking to witnesses in the area, and checking security video from the many nearby businesses. mcgrath says they expect to have this intersection closed at least until sunrise. so you may need to find an alternate route this morning. if you have any information that can help police in this case, you're encouraged to give them a call. dave and maria? the man arrested
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las vegas strip appears before a judge. humming kahleal black was restrained and wearing a spit hood when he was wheeled into the courtroom yesterday. black moaned through most of his appearance. the 20-year-old is facing an assault with a deadly weapon charge. black's brothers says he has mental health issues and that he needs treatment... because he had stopped taking medication for schizophrenia days before the incident. "he's not violent at 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 want black to undergo a mental health evaluation. he is being held on 2 million dollars bail and is due back in court next 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,
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mean we're going to cut back on mentail illness? no. prevention is the key. " that psychologist says people who follow their doctors recommendations are usually the ones who get better. people often have multiple issues withental 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. new this morning... police need your help finding an accused jewel thief. take a good look at these photos. we're told the suspect entered a jewelry store at las vegas boulevard and spring mountain yesterday, posing as a customer. police say the suspect threatened the clerk and demanded that jewelry be placed in his bag. the suspect left the store with several items. police are looking for a light skinned black man in his mid thirties. he was wearing a fur hat, blue sweater, jeans
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call crime stoppers right away if you know who this man is. you can remain anonymous on that tipline and could be eligible for a cash reward. new video was released in hopes of finding a homicide suspect. take a look at this surveillance video. metro is looking for the driver of this pick-up truck. 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. 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 have any information on any of these stories you are asked to contact crimestoppers at 702-385-55-55. in our national headlines, a georiga state trooper is recovering this morning after being shot
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the trooper was over the suspect began. eventually the suspect's truck stopped, the suspect pulled out a handgun and began shooting. this started a shootout with authorities. the trooper was shot in the leg and stomach. the suspect was struck multiple times killing him. the widow of an illinois police officer who staged his own suicide... was indicted on felony charges wednesday. officials say melodie gliniewicz played a part in her husband's embezzlement scheme. like her late husband , she allegedly spent thousands of dollars from the fox lake police department's youth explorers program on personal travel, meals and entertainment. in more local news... the animal foundation is working overtime to save animals here in the valley. yesterday, the shelter announced plans to treat and save all animals in need. fox5's christine maddela has the details.
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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 array of programs 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
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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, clark county district attorney "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. christine maddela fox5 local las vegas>> the animal foundation also launched a website to increase transparency and allow the public to track the progress of the
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we have a link to the website posted on our website, fox5 vegas dot com just clink on this story. the rebel basketball team has already proved they can lose to anyone in the mountain west... last night they proved they could beat anyone too... the boys had a big night. a very strong boise state team was in town... it wasn't looking great for the rebels... boise led by 8 points at the half... that's when patrick mccaw took over... the rebels shooting guard has to lead this team... and he sure did last night... a team leading 25 points... including some big shots down the stretch... the two freshman steven zimmerman and derrick jones chipped in with 18 and 17... rebels get a big win 87-77... they're now 4-1 under new head coach todd simon... now they get ready for the best team in the mtn west... san diego state comes to town saturday... tip time set for 5:00. it's an exciting day for local athletes! the 20-16 southern nevada sports hall of fame inductees will be officially introduced during a news conference this morning. this is video from
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ceremonies. all four members of the 2016 class are expected to attend today's event. the inductees will then be honored at the orleans arena on june 24th. the jets may not have made it to the super bowl... but some of their cheerleaders still have plenty to cheer about. more on their class action lawsuit against the team... what they were demanding and what they got... next. "he wanted a match, and i wanted to tangle with him." it's a match neither of these boys will ever forget... see why it was a
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everyone. good morning i'm cassandra jones with fox5. the warming continues for us today through saturday with mid to upper 60s expected. saturday afternoon we'll see southwest gusts to 35 mph with increasing clouds. area showers rain is expected on sunday with the best chance being in the afternoon. we'll see a high of just 57 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
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northwest. we'll see highs around 50 with lows around 35 for much of next week good morning.
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your fox5 traffic solutions let's begin with your drive here are the accidents to watch out and alternate routes you can use listed on our maps here are the construciton areas to look out for and alternate routes listed on our maps back to the news desk an update to a an update to a story we've been following all morning. the zika virus is spreading. the u-n health agency says we can expect to see between 3 and 4 million cases in the americas over the next year. zika is a relatively new mosquito- borne disease which is now in 23 countries and territories. the southern nevada health district says the most common symptoms of the zika virus disease are fever, rash,
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eyes. the illness is typically mild. the southern nevada health districts also 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. president obama is weighing-in on the oscars diversity controversy. the president said wednesday that he thinks movies will be better if they represent the diversity of our country. he believes the debate raises a bigger question -- "are we making sure that everybody is getting a fair shot?" president obama says that idea should be applied to all american industries... not just film. some members of the academy of motion picture arts and sciences also upset by the oscars controversy. they say the 'lack of diversity' accusation unfairly labels them as 'boring and racist.' the academy decided last week that members will now lose their voting rights
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inactivity. a hockey player is probably looking at a fat fine and suspension after this cheap shot. here it is... calgary flames defenseman dennis wideman with a total cheap shot against linesman don henderson last nigt... wideman was returning to the bench when he hit henderson. the game did have to be stopped for a bit-- but the official did stay in the game. the new york jets cheerleaders have settled their class-action lawsuit against the team. all 52 women claimed they were cheated out of pay and forced to cover work- related expenses, like makeup, hair care and transportation. the team denies the claims but agreed to pay out 324-thousand to avoid further legal action. a high school wrestler just suffered his first loss... but he couldn't be happier about it. wrestler deven schuko is undefeated -- or at least he was -- until he took on andy howland -- who goes to a rival school....
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but he loves to wrestle too... so devon agreed to wrestle him... watch as andy pins him... it was a special moment for both young men. "deven has a natural respect for any wrestler, such as andy, and i think deven just proved never wrong to do the right thing," "if i had to lose to someone, i'd like to was a win-win in my book. he won, i won." deven is a top- ranked wrestler... and clearly a top notch kid too... what a great example. the n-f-l decided to ditch the roman numerals for super bowl 50. this year's big game should be known as 'super bowl l'... but the league decided that didn't sound or look good. for example "taking an l" usually means losing or failing. the change is a one-time thing and next year's super bowl will go back to roman numerals. we hope you'll join us before the big game... fox5 and our take
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are teaming up with goodie two shoes for the big game 10k run festival. registration includes entrance to health expos, a tailgate and a big game viewing party. to register, visit fox5 vegas.com and click on take 5 to care. a father learns his baby's gender and lets just say it took his breath away. after having 4 daughters-- his wife decided to surprise her husband in a special way by having him cut the cake to reveal that they are having a boy. he fainted! the couple will welcome the baby boy in june. a beautiful moment caught on camera... as a 2 year old with down syndrome learns his a-b-c's, take a look :38 w... xyz :47 meet john david
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his mom has been taking him to speech programs this is the first time he said his entire a-b-c's-- and he did it in front of his grandma. so far, the video has been viewed more than 13 million times. the budweiser clydesdale family is a little bigger this morning. 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. the new gerber baby is 7-month old isla from michigan. here she is... isla's photo was chosen from more than 170-thousand entries. judges say they looked for gerber-like features... such as expressiveness and dimples.
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receive 50- thousand dollars... and can decide if they want little isla to appear in any gerber ads. a 6-year old's imagination ran wild while a 6-year old's imagination ran wild while preparing for his latest birthday party. the sweet surprise he received that was a dream come true. jason feinberg joins us from the newsroom with a look at what's coming up in the next two hours. a little lebron fan goes crazt on the court... we'll show you the play that had him doing some moves of his own. also uber drivers are fed up with their drunk
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now they're using toys to keep them occupied. and a white guy is cast to play michael jackson in a new movie... see who it is. michael jackson in a new movie... see who it is. we'll be right back! with 40 megs of internet speed from centurylink, a family of four can all be online at the same time, 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."
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a little boy's dream comes true.
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perfect birthday cake. 6-year-old oliver 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... his parents say oliver is a big cake boss fan... and that's where the inspiration to design the cake came from. there's much more ahead on fox5 news this morning. coming up... the federal trade commission is suing devry university for false advertising. find out why the agency is putting the popular university on blast. trying to reduce the number of auto-pedestrian crashes, especially where
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metro joins us with the new traffic laws put in place to make school zones safer for students... on this week's behind the
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