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a woman shot to death in the doorway to her home. and the killer is on the run tonight.. we have the latest on the investigation. and a protest in support of the bundy family on the steps of the federal courthouse downtown.... as ammon bundy remains behind bars in oregon. and two days til the iowa caucuses... we'll show you how the presidential candidates are stepping up the games to gather last minute support. this is fox5 news at 10. local. las vegas. neighbors in east las vegas woke up this morning to the sounds of a woman screaming. i'm elizabeth watts. thanks for joining us. a woman was shot in her front door... and whoever pulled the trigger is still out there tonight... fox 5s cyndi lundeberg visited the scene and talked with family and friends... she joins us now in our newsroom with more details on the investigation... tonight metro police are still looking for the suspects... and a possible motive. i spoke with neighbors who
the family of denise gray... everyone who lives nearby was understandably shaken up. anna briseno- me and my sister saw the lady on the floor and she was yelling for help just after 2 am saturday police responded to calls from neighbors in east las vegas... that heard a woman screaming. roger nye- they heard her hollering for help and in the interim they heard a gunshot neighbors tell me they were woken up to the sounds of a woman screaming last night when they came outside they saw her standing in the doorway this is where police later found her the family confirmed the woman killed is denise gray... gray was shot in the doorway of her home near cheyenne and las vegas boulevard. anna briseno was across the street and saw gray... and called 9-1-1. anna briseno- she was saying help me im dying anna briseno- uhh it was really scary gray was taken to the hospital where she later died. fox 5 spoke to the family of gray but they didn't want to appear on camera... norman snyder- its a shock to me and of course its disheartening that someone lost their life in this area
the scene for hours collecting evidence... but still haven't found those responsible. anna briseno- im really scared terrified because we dont know what can happen now a days neighbors told me they were shocked this happened in their neighborhood... they said it was typically a quiet area... and tell me they hope whoever pulled the trigger is off the streets very soon. reporting live in the news room... cyndi lundeberg fox 5 news local las vegas. this is the eleventh homicide metro police have investigated since the new year. anyone with information about this shooting should call police or crimestoppers. to weather now... it was a beautiful day outside! many enjoyed the seventy degree temps to start the weekend. les is here with his first look at weather. hope you enjoyed the new record high temperature of 74 saturday. it beats the old record of 73 set
storm moving in off the pacific is going to change things up. this storm is expected to produce wind, rain and cool temperatures in the las vegas area sunday and snow in our local mountains. a winter storm warning goes into effect for the spring range and sheep range mountains sunday at noon and remains in effect until monday afternoon at 4pm. up to 12" could fall at 6000' and higher. rainfall in the valley sunday into monday is projected to be just under 4/10th of an inch of rain. on and off wind gusts are expected to be over 20 mph over the next 48 hours. once the system passes us our high temperatures plunge into the upper 40's for a few days then will gradually warm up but will remain below seasonal
a proposed football stadium could cost one- point-two billion dollars... and we're learning how much money the sands corporation wants to come from public funding. the review journal- owned by sheldon adelson- is reporting developers would look for 780- million dollars in public financing. the sands is going to present a proposal to southern nevada tourism infrastructure committee... and ask for hotel room taxes that go to l-v-c-v-a to be diverted to the project. it wants to build the n-f-l stadium on 42 acres of unlv land... in a public-private partnership. sands says the stadium would only help tourism grow. adelson met with the owner of the
on friday to discuss possibly bringing the homeless team to las vegas. family and friends grieve the death of a woman killed by a suspected impaired driver. dozens gathered for a vigil to remember the victim. the memorial of flowers and candles says "rest in peace to jenio eugenio". police say she died in a crash near rainbow and spring mountain wednesday morning. the driver identified as 33- year-old victor sandoval was trying to get away from police... after officers found him passed out in his car. police say he slammed into patrol cars... ran several red lights... before slamming into the victim. both vehicles flipped and landed in the parking lot of a gas station. she died at the scene. the driver was taken to u-m-c with life- threatening injuries. police believe he was driving under the influence. a federal judge denies bond for militia member ammon bundy and several others who occupied a federal wildlife facility in oregon. prosecutors say they pose a threat
armed resistance to the federal government. the group took over the refuge in early january. the f-b-i released aerial footage showing a deadly traffic stop on tuesday... where militia member lavoy finicum was shot and killed. some occupiers say he had his hands up in the air or on his knees. police say the officers opened fire when he reached toward his waistband -- where he had a gun. ranchers stood outside the courthouse in burns, oregon with signs reading "ambushed and assassinated". back here in the valley -- locals stood outside our federal courthouse. "our federal government killed an american citizen a memorial rally outside the lloyd george u-s federal courthouse in honor of lavoy finicum. the group says he was an american patriot ambushed by the federal way to a town hall meeting. some supporters the federal and state government keeps growing to where they cannot be controlled. "theyre killing people and getting away from it. we have to stand up
differences race religion culture we have to stand against tyranny." the protesters encourage those who do not live in las vegas to hold their own memorial rallies outside courthouses or government offices. a mobile home fire leaves a man in extremely critical condition. it happened around nine this morning near carey and pecos. crews found the mobile home engulfed in flames. north las vegas firefighters were able to control it in under twelve minutes. a man was taken to u-m-c with extreme critical injuries. no firefighters were hurt. north las vegas fire say the home is a complete loss. the cost of damage is around 100-thousand dollars. the cause of the fire has not been released. an elderly man who went missing last night may be in danger. metro police need help finding 90- year-old george kimura. he was last seen around 7-30 friday night near tropicana and decatur -- wearing a red and blue
beige pants. police say he has dementia... and may be in need of medical attention. kimura was driving a 2013 gray nissan juke with nevada license plates. anyone with information should call metro police's missing persons detail. it's an important weekend in the race for the white house. we're down to the last few days before the iowa caucus. karen caifa shows us what presidential candidates are saying to voters to gain last-minute support. nat pop with very little time remaining till the iowa caucus.. candidates are stumping all over the state saturday hoping to make a final push. in his first rally in iowa this weekend, donald trump spoke to a crowd in dubuque. (donald trump / (r) presidential candidate) we have a chance to do something so great, make america great again (applaud) not to make bad deals but to only make great deals. we're losing on trade, we're losing with obama care" but even before trump took the stage, he was the
counterparts rallies. (sen. bernie sanders / (d) presidential candidate) here we are in a moment, in american history as a result of the disastrous citizens united supreme court decisions, as we speak, billionaires are trying to buy elections." jeb bush also took shots at trump. (jeb bush / (r) presidential candidate) "you're not going to win by insulting the disabled. you're not going to win by insulting women. you're not going to win my saving pow are losers because they got caught. shame on donald trump." but the business mogul wasn't the only candidate getting attacked.. marco rubio took his aim towards hillary clinton. (sen. marco rubio / candidate) "there is a reason why hillary clinton her super pacs - attacking me than any other they don't want to run against me. but i can't wait to run against her." and while the and the e-mail controversy continues to haunt her on the campaign trail .. she's keeping her focus elsewhere. (hillary clinton, (d) presidential candidate) "if the republicans want to
political purposes, that's their decision but i'm going to keep talking about what the voters in iowa want to talk about." i'm karin caifa reporting. and nevada's democratic caucus is less than a month away. it happens saturday february 20-th. the democratic party announced it's making it easy for voters who work that day. sites will be set up at strip casinos... like new york new york... caesars palace... rio... paris... harrah's and wynn resort. those caucuses are planned for eleven in the morning. those who want to use the strip locations instead of their neighborhood have to declare they work nearby... and can't make it home because of their shift. the republican caucus is tuesday february 23-rd. up next- snow day in summerlin! how much ice was smashed up to create the wintry conditions for visitors.. plus- the budweiser clydesdales take las vegas. what new business adventure on the strip the animals were helping celebrate... and why this day will be in the history
you're watching fox5 news at ten with elizabeth watts. fox5 weather 24/7 with meteorologist les krifaton. this is fox news at ten. local las vegas. many enjoyed starting off the weekend with warmer temperatures... but people living in summerlin were playing in the snow! it's part of an annual "snow day"
park. more than fifty tons of cocktail ice were grounded into the white powder. the event attracts hundreds of people every year. many took turns sledding on the hill. "everybody out here having a good time. its beautiful day so were thorougly glad we came." "we lived in vegas number of years and it never had community feel but i feel like moving to summerline gave us community. its been a lot of fun. glad they do activities like this." "snow day" is one of more than a dozen events planned for those living in summerlin. it's organized by the summerlin council. part of the strip was closed down for a super bowl favorite. "horses trotting with paris in background" the "budweiser clydesdales" could be seen trotting down las vegas boulevard. it's to celebrate the grand opening of the "beer park" at paris las vegas. clark county commissioners also presented an official proclamation declaring it "budweiser beer park day" on the
the highly- anticipated venue is the first rooftop bar and grill just in time for the big game. it will have outdoor girls... picnic tables... and hundreds of beer selections. and speaking of the big game -- before you watch it you can help with our take five to care event. fox five and our take five to care partners are teaming up with goodie two shoes for the big game ten-k run festival! choose your distance and run or walk with us sunday morning february seventh in downtown las vegas. registration includes entrance to health expos... a tailgate... and a big game viewing party. to register -- visit fox five vegas dot com and click on take five to care. now fox5 weather 24/7 with les krifaton hope you enjoyed the new record high temperature of 74 saturday. it beats the old record of 73 set
the pacific is going to change things up. this storm is expected to produce wind, rain and cool temperatures in the las vegas area sunday and snow in our local mountains. a winter storm warning goes into effect for the spring range and sheep range mountains sunday at noon and remains in effect until monday afternoon at 4pm. up to 12" could fall at 6000' and higher. rainfall in the valley sunday into monday is projected to be just under 4/10th of an
welcome to fox five sports. i'm nick lagrange. the runnin' rebels have won four of their last five -- under interim head coach todd simon. but tonight -- they faced one of their toughest match- ups of the season.... ...with san diego state visiting the thomas and mack. the atzecs were undefeated in conference play, coming into tonight's game. runnin' rebels were hoping to change that. bad news in the first half -- on the aztec miss, ben carter lands awkwardly. he appears to tweak his left knee. and he would not leave the floor under his own power. definitely a big blow to the runnin' rebels roster. back to the game -- eight to play in the first half. runnin' rebels on the break. patrick mccaw gets it on the wing, and knocks down a three. that cut the aztecs lead to two. a couple minutes later -- ike nwamu hits a transition three of his own. game tied at 20.
though. just before the half -- kell drives in the lane. his shot won't go, but skylar spencer -- tips it in at the buzzer! the aztecs would take a three-point lead into the half. in the second half now -- 12 minutes to play -- ike nwamu pokes the ball away. he gets it back on the break and throws it down! u-n-l-v down by one. the crowd is into it.... ...but the aztecs wouldn't allow things to proceed further. seven-and-a-half to play now -- jones throws it down on the put- back. he gets the 'and- one' but u-n-l-v still trails by six. now approaching the two-minute mark -- san diego state closes the door. aztecs push the lead to 14. spencer gets it underneath, and he gets the and- one with a nice over-the-head lay- in. and that would do it. san diego state would go on to win this one, 67-52. u-n-l-v drops to 13-9 on the year. kevin bolinger is at the thomas and mack tonight. he has reaction. closed captioning
plus -- how youth plus -- how youth are stepping outside their comfort zones to help homeless teens in las vegas... and which relative of a t-v personality is leading the campaign. and -- are you ready for some football? fans pumped up for "super bowl sunday". how the stadium is preparing for a football fan's
if you're doing everything right but find it harder and harder to get by, you're not alone. while our people work longer hours for lower wages, almost all new income goes to the top 1%. my plan -- make wall street banks and the ultrarich pay their fair share of taxes, provide living wages for working people, ensure equal pay for women. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message because together, we can make a political revolution and create an economy and democracy that works for all
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.
i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. this is fox5 news at 10. local. las vegas. an east las vegas neighborhood was woken up early this morning to the sounds of a woman screaming for help. metro police tell fox 5 a woman was shot in the doorway of her home.... fox 5s cyndi lundeberg joins us now with more in the investigation... elizabeth... we can confirm the woman killed is denise gray... metro police say she was shot in the doorway of her home. multiple neighbors called 9-1-1... but it was
anna briseno- me and my sister saw the lady on the floor and she was yelling for help just after 2 am saturday police responded to calls from neighbors in east las vegas... that heard a woman screaming. roger nye- they heard her hollering for help and in the interim they heard a gunshot neighbors tell me they were woken up to the sounds of a woman screaming last night when they came outside they saw her standing in the doorway this is where police later found her the family confirmed the woman killed is denise gray... gray was shot in the doorway of her home near cheyenne and las vegas boulevard. anna briseno was across the street and saw gray... and called 9-1-1. anna briseno- she was saying help me im dying anna briseno- uhh it was really scary gray was taken to the hospital where she later died. fox 5 spoke to the family of gray but they didn't want to appear on camera... norman snyder- its a shock to me and of course its disheartening that someone lost their life in this area police remained on the scene for hours collecting evidence... but still haven't found
anna briseno- im really scared terrified because we dont know what can happen now a days gray's murder is the 11th murder police have invesigated in 2016... police tell fox five they are stil looking for the gunmen.... and a possible motive. in other local news... dozens of youth learn how to help homeless teens in our valley. it's part of the "unstoppable" workshop hosted by james cannon at revolution church. he's the father of nick cannon who hosts america's got talent. kids are taught skills to become writers... producers.. and directors. this is the first of its kind event in las vegas. the kids also learn how to make an impact in their community by caring for others. "the desire of james cannon is to be able to develop young people to be responsible community people. be responsible for wellfare of others. also give them an education and to develop in them sense of community
organizers say this event is about everyone stepping in together to end homelessness. they believe with las vegas mayor's faith-based initiative it will reach many people. a public charter school needs to fill nearly 75 job positions for its new campuses. "coral academy of science" hosted its first of three hiring events today. it's opening new campuses in the centennial hills area and nellis air force base for the 20-16 and 20-17 school year. the award- winning school is looking for teachers... administrators... and support staff. "we're looking for qualified outstanding teachers, passionate about what theyre doing and want to work for an outstanding school." "we're looking for an applicant that is passionate about kids and doing to support every kid wherever they're at from front office all to administrative gotta care about kids thats gotta be number one." the next hiring event is february 20-th... and the last one is in april. both will be at sandy ridge campus from ten a-m to three p-m.
resumes... transcripts... and credentials. to national headlines now... all three inmates who escaped a maximum security jail in california have been captured. police arrested the two remaining fugitives in san francisco. this comes
a day after one of the prisoners turned himself in. police have been asking for the public's help for the past week. this morning -- a woman pointed out a white van to police officers. "a citizen saw someone, saw something suspicious, notified and officer and that notification ultimately led to the apprehension of two armed and dangerous suspects wanted - who escaped from jail." no one was hurt during the police say there rounds in the van... but did not find a gun. taught english at the jail was she admits to providing one inmate with google map images of the jail. charges related to the escape. a motorcycle deadly in denver, colorado. one person is
the motorcycle expo has been canceled for tomorrow. police say it's never had this type of violence
happen in thirty years. facebook and instagram puts a stop to private gun sales on their sites. both updated their policies to ban them on their platforms. a facebook executive says license firearm retailers can still post about their goods and services... but firearms sales from one person to another are not allowed. both sites also prohibit using the site to sell illegal drugs. the company says
private gun sales... and remove the content that violates the new policy. the iowa caucus is just days away now.. and the candidates working til the last minute to get support. this happening- as 22 of hillary clinton's emails on her private server as secretart of state- are declared top secret. fox's kerin mccue has the latest on white house. the new york times is sending shockwaves down the campaign trail in iowa. endorsing ohio governor john kasich and secretary hillary clinton. the times is viewed as america's paper of record by some... and an outlet of the liberal elite by others... kasich says: "i don't know if you heard but i got the new york times endorsement today.. and people are like, well what does that mean.. look .. i think that we.. i think i wanna--some guy outside asked me well, what do you think about it and anytime anyone wants to say anything positive about you accept it. and what the times basically said is
problems." fox news has learned vermont senator bernie sanders will be receiving secret service protection. this is not in response to a specific threat.. but rather because of sanders increased popularity and the large crowds that are now gathering at his rallies. sanders says: "i would argue that the reason we are doing well is that people understand we are trying to run a different kind of a campaign, not one of personal attacks, one of dealing with the real issues facing the american people. and i'm not going to be involved with personal attacks against secretary clinton or anyone else." the iowa caucus is an unusual political beast. on the republican side... party members gather... hear brief speeches in favor of various candidate and then cast their ballots. the votes are tabulated and then reported to the iowa g-o-p with a smart phone app. on the democratic side... voters must gather in groups and publicly declare their support for certain candidates... the iowa caucus starts on monday at seven p-m central time. kerin mccue fox
and nevada's democratic caucus is less than a month away. it's saturday february 20-th. the democratic party announced it's making it easy for voters who work that day. sites will be set up at strip casinos... like new york new york... caesars palace... rio... paris... harrah's and wynn resort. those caucuses are planned for eleven a-m. those who want to use the strip locations instead of their neighborhood have to declare they work nearby... and can't make it home because of their shift. the republican caucus is tuesday february 23-rd. many voters are known to get a bumper stick to show support for their favorite presidential candidate... but what about a tattoo? siobhan lopez shows us why a tattoo parlor is offering free tats of donald trump... and how the candidate responded. his first - a portrait, of donald j. trump. 21 year old seth bailey likes the art and the price. it didn't cost him a thing. that's because bob
tattoo in seabrook and raymond announced this week he's offering free trump tattoos. it can be anything related to the republican presidential candidate, his face. which took less than an hour, or the popular campaign slogan make america great again. holmes says his shops are booked up for weeks - he even got a call from florida. the key to a trump tatt? holmes says you have to get the hair right. so what does trump think about this? in a one on one interview, nh1 one news political director paul steinhauser told him about the craze ?. coming up -- we're eight days away from super bowl sunday. the teams are set. the field is ready.
"super bowl fifty" is eight days away! crews have been putting the finishing touches on the field -- even after two "broncos" endzones were accidentally painted. fox's cristina rendon shows us what football fans can expect with the ultimate super bowl experience. the ultimate football fan's paradise... mos says: "this is a dream come true. look at this. ahh!!" is inside san francisco's moscone
do and see. you can punt, pass, kick, throw, and run drills like the stars. mos says: "we threw some footballs through some tires and ran past some dummies." mos says: "i just like the environment... you know, feels like you're on a field." there's opportunities for pictures at every turn... and wait till you see the bling. all 49 of the past championship super bowl rings are on display. greer says: "oh, it's awesome because it represents a lot of my life. my family's life. my brother's a dallas cowboys fan. i'm a niners fan." cover below bite with shots of first and last super bowl ring. greer says: "and i thought it was interesting how they got real small at the beginning and they're god awful at the very end." watching fans at this interactive theme park made me want to get in on the fun. the average time for the three cone drill at the nfl combine is 6
drill at the nfl combine is 6 seconds. but it turns out, i run a pretty slow forty yard dash and i didn't stand a chance to the guy next to me. you're never too young to hit the slopes. this is sloan henderson from salt lake city. the fourteen month old can snowboard with ease. she got a board on christmas day... and has been training in her backyard before taking up the mountain. her parents say she makes it look easy! "it's kinda funny now we just joke that maybe she'll be in the olympics or maybe she'll go pro, but honestly we just want her to have fun." sloan's parents weren't sure if their daugther would love snowboarding... but are happy she's enjoying it! now fox5 weather 24/7 with les krifaton
the pacific is going to change things up. this storm is expected to produce wind, rain and cool temperatures in the las vegas area sunday and snow in our local mountains. a winter storm warning goes into effect for the spring range and sheep range mountains sunday at noon and remains in effect until monday afternoon at 4pm. up to 12" could fall at 6000' and higher. rainfall in the valley sunday into monday is projected to be just under 4/10th of an inch of rain. on and off wind gusts are expected to be over 20 mph over the next 48 hours. once the system passes us our high temperatures plunge into the upper 40's for a few days then will gradually warm up but will remain below seasonal through the week.
after the break, nick lagrange rejoins us with a look at 'fight night' in the u-f-c, as well as more college basketball action. 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." that's the essence of this role. feel like a hollywood insider
(( sports anim )) welcome back to fox five sports. it was u-f-c 'fight night' here on fox five. four fights, capped by a couple of heavyweight bouts. the first fight of the main card featured 19-year- old sage northcutt vs. bryan barbarena. barbarena defeated northcutt by submission in the second round. the second fight featured iuri alcantara vs. jimmie rivera. this fight went the distance. and in the end -- the hometown boy -- jimmie rivera -- won by unanimous decision. the third fight featured heavyweights josh barnett and ben rothwell. with about 1:15 to go in the second -- rothwell choked-out barnett, winning by submission. the fourth fight -- and main event -- featured light heavyweights anthony johnson and ryan bader. immediately -- ryan bader went for
but johnson corraled it in, and went to his ground game. bader put himself in a very bad position, at that point. johnson was able to mount and keep control of bader on the ground. and once bader let go of johnson's right arm -- he was really in trouble. johnson had bader in a position where he could not escape. and eventually, the ground blows did their job. johnson knocks out bader in the first round. number two beats number four. and johnson ties chuck liddell for third on the u-f-c's all-time knockout list, at ten. the best match-up in college basketball today featured the number one team and two of the best players in the game -- buddy hield and ben simmons. we'll start in the second half. simmons -- drives off the baseline and throws down the reverse dunk! simmons is the probable first overall pick, and he shows you why there. later in the half -- sooners down two -- isaiah cousins kicks it to
the corner three. o-u goes up one. under two to play now -- sooners back down two. hield -- knocks down the three again! o-u gets the lead back. and buddy's mom -- jackie -- is loving it. now, 30 seconds left -- l-s-u down by three. antonio blakeney -- creates some space, and hits the three from the wing. game tied at 75. now in the final seconds -- cousins runs the clock down, drives and hits the elbow shot! oklahoma up two. back the other way -- quarterman rushes down the court, trying to get a quick two. but he is denied by khadeem lattin! and number one oklahoma -- narrowly survives. they beat the
san francisco got to see mario kart in action! the group of friends took on lombard street with little kid cars. the street is dubbed the "crookedest street in the world". you can see mario... luigi... princess peach... and the monkey! at first it was smooth sail... until some started slipping on bananas! thanks for joining
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