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governors hoping declaring it as such will help bring teachers to our schools... fox5's miguel martinez-valle joins us at the clark county school district administrative buildings with the details... last year alone clark county turned away 400 potential teachers who did not have nevada licenses. since we have 709 teacher openings those 400 could've come in handy.. clark county is hopening the declarations going to get teachers into classrooms... > now teachers with licenses in other states but not in nevada can teach fulltime. they will be given a one year period to complete their nevada licensing requirments from the time they start teaching in the school district.. the district says this is potentially going to get valley schools 30 new teachers next week alone... > > but not everyones convinced the teacher shortage is coming to an end... > > " it is a step in the right direction, we need to dramatically improve the salaries
is potentially the single most important role in our society its the most un cared for the most un supported.." clark county recently reached a contract agreement with the teachers union, among other things it raised teachers starting salary by 15 percent... with the governors declaration the district is hoping we will see a day when clark county has too many teachers knocking at their door... live, miguel martinez-valle, fox5 news local. las vegas... the emergency measure comes after a change in the federal... we will have more on that coming up at 6. super bowl 50 weekend is here and so are the visitors that come with the big game. fox five's abby theodros is live from the strip with what to expect...
traffic and sports betting this weekend. thousands are flying in to the city to watch super bowl 50 the lvcva predicts that nearly 300 thousand people will be here for the big weekend. they also say weekend will spend about 124 million dollars on food entertainment and of course sports betting. for a lot of these tourists spending the super bowl in vegas is tradition. david millare: "its a yearly ritual thing. the buddy from hs. we come out from chicago every year. its a tradition. since 97 " its the broncos 8th appearance in the superbowl while the only played and lost in one other championship back in 2004. and if you're looking for more vote on - the west gate offers about 400 prop bets for
and one of the reasons we get so many visitors during major sporting events is that nevada is the only state where single sport betting is legal. u-f-c pledges to support a brain health study to protect its fighters. the m-m-a company extended its partnership with cleveland clinic for five years... and donated one- million dollars. the research is part of the "professional fighters brain health study" at the lou ruvo health. it focuses on how head trauma affects the brain... and how to detect injury. u-f-c says it's the largest combat contributor to the study. it will follow fighters over a long period of time to improve safety in combat sports. "something ive been aware of and history of in family. alzheimer's and dementia so its something ive been looking into for long time. they gave me opportunity to partake in study. i want to learn everything i can to better myself for
course." so far -- more than six-hundred active and retired athletes are part of the study. fighters receive free assessment health and function. it's repeated four years. the filming of the lastest jason just got a little more exciting on the strip. "( quick crash) " coming up... how the filmmakers old riviera use. plus - how much does it cost... to sip champagne with mariah carey... on valentine's day? this is fox5 news at 5:30, your only choice for live local news right
against the abuse of women... ...protecting social security... ...expanding benefits for the national guard... ...and winning health care for 8 million children... the presidency is the toughest job in the world and she's the one who'll make a real difference for you. i'm hillary clinton and i approved this message. moment we've been waiting for. while rumors of an implosion at the riviera did not come true ... last night movie crews ended up using part of iconic front of the now closed casino in part of a massive chase scene down the strip. check it out... sound of crash earlier this week
.. we were there as the crew tore up the strip. our footage clearly shows cars being launched into the air by the speeding swat van. back to last night ... many other people were also out taking video .. including vital vegas dot com .. here's the video they recorded.. crash sound take another look at it in slow motion ... it's pretty amazing to think how this will end up looking in the final cut! this was all done for the fifth film in the bourne series. a trailer for the film is set to air during this sunday's super bowl 50! mariah carey is changing up her las vegas residency on valentine's day. fans are being offered tickets
champagne toast... with mariah carey herself. however - the experience doesn't come cheap. it's part of a package that's 15- hundred dollars per person.... for her valentine's day show inside the colosseum at caesars place. it includes a seat in the first 12 rows... an after- show reception at the "fizz" champagne lounge.... and a few other perks as well. for further details on how you can spend the romantic holiday with mariah - just head on over to our links section - at fox five vegas dot com. the battle between democrats.... is getting tense in new hampshire. the latest from the campaign trail - after hillary clinton and bernie sanders exchange tough words - during last night's debate. your fox5 weather
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was supposed to be--the lottery ticket and the commitment in the promise we were going to share the ticket." howard browning claims he gave lynn poirier the money to buy the ticket back in 2007.... and they agreed to share the money if she won. poirier - however - says she went to buy the ticket alone - and bumped into browning in the parking lot - saying they had broken up long before - and no agreement was made. no word on how the jury decided on the amount of 291-thousand to be awarded. president obama.... highlights the lowest unemployment rate - since taking office. "after reaching 10 percent in 2009, the unemployment rate has now fallen to 4.9 percent." "this is the first time that the unemployment rate has dipped below 5 percent in almost eight years. americans are working." the president says the u-s has the strongest, most durable
he pointed to wage and income growth, job growth, lower oil prices and increasing health insurance as evidence of that claim. "that does not mean that we don't have more work to do. there is softness in the global economy. china is going through a transition. europe's economy is still slow. a lot of the emerging markets are challenged." on the downside - u.s. job creation slowed last month... sharply... compared with recent months. also... u-s exports fell in 2015 for first time since the great recession. things are getting intense between the democrats. in last night's presidential debate hillary clinton went after bernie sanders for smearing her progressive credentials. (hillary clinton/ (d) presidential candidate): "i really don't think these attacks by insinuation are worthy of you. and enough is enough. if you have something to say, say it, (bernie sanders/ (d) presidential candidate): "instead of arguing about definitions, let's talk about what we should do."
back down. he came for clinton... talking about the millions she's collected from financial interests in speaking fees and campaign contributions. the candidates are continuing to rip into each other - just four days before the new hampshire primary. joel waldman has more from washington. heading into the final stretch before the new hampshire primary, gop candidates continue to jockey for position ... a new granite state poll shows donald trump still leading the pack ...with marco rubio replacing ted cruz in second ... the texas senator slipping to third. but, with roughly half the voters in new hampshire still undecided, chris christie worked to pick 'up' votes by putting 'down' hillary clinton. christie says: "not only that we need to have someone who is competent and qualified and ready to handle the difficulties of the presidency, but we need someone who can beat hillary clinton." bernie sanders, clinton's only remaining opponent on the democratic
haymakers of his own... calling clinton out for cozying up to wall street ... promising to reign in big banks if elected president. sanders says: "they got bailed out under the argument that banks were too big to fail... today, it turns out that 3 of the 4 largest banks are bigger now than when we bailed them out." taking incoming fire from a cavalcade of candidates is not clinton's only problem. during an msnbc debate last night, the former secretary of state insists she's worry free, despite the state department announcing 22 of her e-mails contained information too "top secret" to release. clinton says: "i am 100 percent confident. this is a security review that was requested. it is being carried out. it will be resolved." waldman says (on- cam tag): "a new quinnipiac university national poll shows clinton with just a 2-point lead over sanders ...giving up a 31- point lead back in december. in washington, joel waldman, fox news." turnout is expected to be huge - for the new hampshire primary.
primary will break a number of votes cast that there will be more voters casting ballots than in any of other presidential primary before. i thought that in 2008 that we night see anything like while because that was such an incredible turnout but i believe that this one will actually exceed that." new hampshire's primary is tuesday. nevada's caucuses and south carolina's primaries follow later in the month. now fox5 weather 24/7, with chief meterologist ted pretty we'll still see overnights in the upper-30s, but warmer highs with us through the
through next week. the average high is 61 for the weekend, we'll see 60 on saturday, 65 on sunday. through next week we'll have upper 60s on monday, then around 70 degrees tuesday through friday. overnight lows increase to the mid and upper 40s. we'll still see overnights in the upper-30s, but warmer highs with us through the weekend and the average high is we'll see 60 on sunday. through upper 60s on monday, then around 70 degrees tuesday through lows increase to
the real world. the grandmother who has to choose between paying for medicine and paying rent can't wait. a single mom who desperately needs a raise can't wait. a student with a mountain of debt can't wait. we can make real progress right now for people and families who need it. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. here's a look at some of the 'all new' stories we are working for fox5 news at six. a new look at 'the park' .. and new information on what mgm hopes will grow from its creation on the strip. drumming and it was quite a day for these kids at this local school.. what they just found out that has the whole school rocking. one cute little dog... is singing the blues.
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valley tonight. i'm christine maddela. i'm john huck. here's a look at where we're talking about.. metro polcie say someone has shot another person... and someone has also been stabbed.. this is at a home on keifer valley street.. right at the corner of cimarron and mountain's edge. fox five's cyndi lundeberg is live at the scene with the latest. closed captioning will resume shortly closed captioning