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fox5 news at 10 starts now dozens of people gather to honor a seven year old boy--- killed in a crash on the i-15-- how his family and friends are remembering him tonight. a bee attack in a valley neighborhood... now a neighbor who saw it all go down... shares the details. this is fox5 news at 10. local. las vegas. dozens of people came together to remember a seven year old killed in a crash earlier this week. i'm john huck. i'm cyndi lundeberg in for christine. the young boy was riding in a semi truck when the driver crashed into another truck on interstate 15 a few miles south of the california border near primm. fox 5s eric hilt is live at mlk and lake mead where a vigil was held
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it was a very emotional scene as this parking lot filled up with people sharing memories about the seven year old killed in this crash for many of the dozens of people at the vigil -- it still doesn't feel real "i feel like it's a dream, i really do" on wednesday - seven year old dj spencer was riding in a semi truck ok interstate 15 near the nevada- california border -- when the truck crashed into the back of another semi. dj was pronounced dead at the scene. "i screamed no no no. i just, i was just totally at a loss, there's no words to describe the pain i'm feeling and will continue to feel" tonight family and friends came to ether to help eachother through that pain -- and to grieve together. "it's okay to cry" "it's been very
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my son go through this, just trying to be strong for him" "we love the family and we understand it's a hard time and we want to let them know we got his back and to stay strong" as members of the community scrawled notes on balloons and sent them into the sky - they said they'd never forget the smart young boy "he was always happy. always smiling and as you can see he touched a lot of people's lives" closed captioning
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california high patrol says the driver of the semi dj was riding in may have fallen asleep at the wheel leading to the crash. it started with a convenience store robbery--- and ended with a man-- firing shots at police. part of the exchange-- was caught on camera. police say around three a-m... 23 year old lawrence manriquez walked in the 7-eleven on twain and maryland parway.. fired his weapon and took off with cash and a clerk's wallet. he then took off--- and fired shots at officers.... that's when he crashed near sands and koval.... and then he ran onto wynn's property-- where he was eventually caught. "lt. glen lowe: the vehicle was struck the officer was lucky that he wasn't struck also. the guy was very violent felon and he was willing to shoot at police to get away " manriquez was booked for robbery with a deadly weapon, burglary with a deadly weapon, and attempted murder of a police officer. a man accused of robbery and
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facing the death penalty. his trial originally set for next week...is being moved to next year. jin ackerman is accused of robbing two pharmacies in december 20- 14--and killing a cleark he used to work with. the 27-year-old pleaded not guilty to murder...kidnappin g and armed robbery charges. he's accused of robbing two walgreens stores at gunpoint and shooting 58-year- old 'antonio isnit' during the second robbery. the trial is re-set to may 20-17. preparing--- in case of an emergency.... city hall hosting an active shooter drill this morning. . again-- this was just a drill.... multiple agencies-- including metro, north las vegas...henderson police...court marshals and fire officals joined together for the simulation inside city hall. the active shooter scenario involved a gunman firing at people inside. in a real-time scenario, police demonstrated how to bring victims to safety
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should always be prepared for and i'm really grateful that we've had such tremendous interagency cooperation and tremendous support from all the agencies involved. they've really pulled together. " the drill simulates an emergency situation... allowing first responders to practice the best possible actions. we seen cooler temperatures the past couple of days... but will things heat up for the weekend? and will it be dry? we go straight to chief pretty with a look at the forecast. toss to weather our weekend highs will be 105 for both saturday and sunday afternoon with plenty of sun. we'll see around 105 monday and tuesday before dropping to the average high of 103 through the rest of the work week. we'll see southwest gusts
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tuesday through thursday. monsoon moisture shows no sign of returning for another week at least. for most of the day, bees were still flying in and out of a home's roof in the southwest valley .. a day after they stung a worker hundreds of times. fox5's miguel
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talked with neighbors and the company called in after the man was taken to the hospital. sot : " it was definitely one of the most horrific things i have ever seen" a man swarmed and stung by hundreds of bees one woman saw the attack, and while she opted out of showing her face, she did want to share her story... " get a blue towel and he was trying to get them off he was screaming and i couldn't even see his face there were so many bees" she quickly called the police she says the man being attacked wasn't wearing protective gear but he did seem to be working with two others who were covered. there was no logo on the truck they were working out of and they were just vacuuming the bees. she thinks they might of been an unlicensed exterminator. "once he fell and kind of stop fighting that's when one of the guys that had the head suit on walked over and sprayed him with something" she says by then he wasn't moving... the man was rushed to a nearby hospital with life- threatening injuries. the bee problem didn't end there. "the bees were still
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were in my backyard and whenever you stepped outside the bees were on you" sean paxton, neighbor "a couple of neighbors got stung one of my friends that i work out with at the gym got stung he says the bees were pretty aggressive" ((edit: video of delcon truck)) a different company named delcon was called hours after the attack to take care of the hive. they stress the importance of calling a licensed company. "you should never attempt to treat a swarm of bees or a bee's nest on your own, don't ever spray it with water or throw rocks at it." the bees are still around today and neighbors feel that the county or e should let the neighborhood know to stay away from the area. "there definitely should be some kind of warning signs may be to let people know as they go bye to not make any noise to be very careful because they do look very aggressive" mmv f5n llv delcon was called in after the man was stung. if you happen to encounter bees clark county suggest staying calm and quietly moving away and finding shelter. they say flailing
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trying to fight them only get the more agitated. the fate of 600 birds is up in the air... after they were rescued from a possible cockfighting ring in a valley neighborhood. the animal foundation released this statement saying... they received a lot of inquiries regarding the final disposition of the approximately 600 fighting birds that entered our care on the evening of august 3. at this time, no decisions have been made as many outlets have reported. it's graduation day for a group of students thanks to opportunity 86 kids walked across the stage for completing the job discovery program. it's magic you know when you see them, they pick their own theme music, they all come dancing up. i mean there isn't a dry eye in the house when this is done. the program helps students with intellectual disabilities prepare for the work force. they spend nine weeks trying out different jobs in non profits around the community. students learn skills in maintenance...retai l...child care...and indusrial fields. the program is in its fourteenth
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local police officers get a big thank you from the community. in the form of 700 small thank you's. a program called "thank our blue" started three weeks ago in a henderson hallmark store. customers could add a card to their order and write a thank you note to police. a dozen display boards with messages from all over the community were presented to metro today. " you just cant help but smile when you see that because from behind every one of these cards, somebody had to select a card, write down what they thought and we really want to thank hallmark who bring smiles to people all the time" the cards will be displayed in metro's eight area commands. making a wager on gold... silver and bronze. olympics events have started and people are lining up to make some bets. how sports books decide which events will attract the most action. ""first day you come out you're not sore, you got nothing to complain about, nothing but energy." " the rebel football team is
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live from las vegas. you're watching fox5 news at 10, with emmy award winner john huck. christine maddela. and weather 24/7 with chief meteorologist ted pretty. this is fox5 news at 10. local. las vegas.
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officially underway.... now you can not only catch the events at the sports books... you can also make a wager. for the first time in 16 years-- you can bet on the summer games... this comes after the nevada gaming control board-- legalized olympic betting back in february 2015. and the odds maker at the wynn las vegas says this comes at a good time for the sports book-- because it isn't peak season-- and pre-season football is just getting started. "as a bookmaker i which of those events appeal to the general public. basketball of course, soccer some of the athletics which is track and field. " he says he not only has to take into consideration which events get the most action... but what time the event is being played in rio. the games run through august 21st. unlv football will kick off in less than four
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and the march to what the rebels hope will be their first winning season in three years began today. fox5's vince sapienza was at rebel park today... he show us some of the action. 251 long days since we last saw the rebels take a meaningful snap on the football field, the offseason is over, day one of fall camp is in the books, energy and competition reigning supreme. straight out of the gate... the energy at rebel park was at an all time high. "it's the best, i guarantee you can change my shirt and my face, coaches are all saying the same thing, this is what we love to do, we love spending time with the media, love fundraising, but we love coaching footbal, it's fun get to be with the boys, get to coach em up." defense in red. offense in white. the team practiced for two plus hours.. splitting time between indivdual and team drills... "i barely could sleep last night, i was in my mind going through all the plays we had today, fun day, can't wait to get back at it tomorrow." "first day you come out you're not sore, you got nothing to
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energy." and that was the true theme of the day. energy. whether it was the coaches or the players....no one walking.. everyone running..with a purpose to improve. "energy is everything, that's what we need to hang our hat on when it all comes down to it, that's how you're going to get through practice and actually learn something because if you're not getting better, you're getting worse." the rebels who won just three games a season ago...ended their 2015 campaign losing their last three contests. the players tell me that taste has not left their mouth...but right now.. there fo not on anything else but fall camp. "i'm worried about the next practice, then worry about the first game." "we're a lot better than last year, we come in we got a mindset, like coach say a fanatical effort, running to the ball a lot of us know our assignment, we not new to the playbook, so i feel like we know what we should do." coach sanchez tells me he was pleased with day one...for now.. "doesn't mean we're done or near where we want to be, just acknowledges the fact we gave great effort and have a
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improve." now the rebels won't be in full pads till tuesday.. but don't think for a second that means it will be a walk around rebel park till then. head coach tony sanchez described this years fall camp as grueling. with just four days off in the next three plus weeks. at rebel park..i'm vince sapienzafox5 news..local..las vegas. all practices are closed to the publicexcept for two scrimmages that will be on saturday august 13-th and friday august 19-th. unlv kicks off their season on thursday september first. now fox5 weather 24/7, with chief meterologist ted pretty our weekend highs will be 105 for both saturday and sunday afternoon with plenty of sun. we'll see around 105 monday and tuesday before dropping to the average high of 103 through the rest of the work week. we'll see southwest gusts around 25 mph for tuesday through thursday. monsoon moisture shows no
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for another week at least. our weekend highs will be 105 for both saturday and sunday afternoon with plenty of sun. we'll see around 105 monday and tuesday before dropping to the average high of 103 through the rest of the work week. we'll see southwest gusts around 25 mph for tuesday through thursday. monsoon moisture shows no sign of returning for another week at
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as students prepare to head back to the classroom... there is something that's on minds-- and heads-- many. we're talking about head lice. there is a super lice outbreak across the country... luckily it hasn't made its way to nevada... and doctors say-- there are ways to keep kids from becoming resistant to medicines. "only treating your children if they have lice, not just treating kids who are concerned they may have it because another boy in school has it. only use the medications if it's truly necessary. " super lice has been found in california and arizona. these bugs are resistant to the normal treatments used for lice. there are shampoos available to try first... and if that doesn't work, it's time to see the doctor. we are sending out an s-o-s--- we need your help to make sure students have what they need to be successful in the classroom. help supply our students-- we are partnering with subaru of las vegas, nv energy and henderson hospital...for our annual supply drive. it runs august 15th through the
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helps-- from backpacks to folders to notebooks and pens. our goal this year is to fill three thousand backpacks for students in need. you can donate now--- by texting s-o-s 2016 to 7-1-7-7-7... standard text messaging rates do apply. a man goes on an early morning crime spree across the valley.... it starts with a robbery... and ends with him firing shots at police we have a breakdown of the events. police videos-- of an officer released to the public... but there are some discrepencies.... now the family of the victim wants answers.
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robber shooting at a police officer twice lt. glen lowe: the vehicle was struck the officer was lucky that he wasn't struck also. the guy was very violent felon and he was willing to shoot at police to get away police say it all happened around three this morning at the 7-eleven on twain and maryland parway. police say 23 year old lawrence manriquez walked in the convenience store.. fired his weapon and took off with cash and a clerk's wallet. (please make sure this is accurate about the wallet) no one inside the store was injured. (please make sure this is accurate that no one inside was injured) police say manriquez took off to a side street near desert inn and paradise where he shot at an officer. joey jendras, lives near scene at desert in. and paradise: i knew it had to be pretty serious joey jendras lives near that scene. he says the street was packed with police all morning jj: helicopters were circling overhead, and three four five police cars. all with their lights blaring down the street. nats siren after manriquez shot at the responding officer - police say the suspect took off amd eventually crashed his tahoe near sands and koval. but it doesnt stop there lt lowe: he ran from the car and
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casino and at that time the officer followed him and notified wynn security. security located him hiding and they were able to take him into custody w out incident at f5n llv manriquez was booked for robbery with a deadly weapon, burglary with a deadly weapon, and attempted murder of a police officer two months after a violent murder outside a valley apartment complex... a suspect has been arrested. bryant metcalf was taken into custody on thursday police say he is responsible in the shooting death of andre smith-- this was back in may at an apartment on cambridge street. police say the men got into an argument then a gunshot was fired. metcalf faces first degree murder charges. an ex u-c davis footbal player is accused of severely beating a man on the las vegas strip... it happeneded around four a-m last saturday in front of the hilton grand vactions.
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argument with a drunk man.... and then beat him... throwing him around like a rag doll. according to the arrest report-- the victim was clinging to life... when lacy was done-- he turned around and walked inside the hotel. the entire incident was caught on surveillance. lacy is facing attempted murder charges-- he is being held on 50-thousand dollars bond. libertarian presidential candidate gary johnson was stumping today in reno. he was joined by his running mate -- former massachusetts governor bill weld... both calling the american two party system is flawed... "i think the two of us represent most of america, and the biggest message today is consider us as a very very viable, alternative to this two party system : "i dont think the two party monopoly, has been productive or creative policy making in washington. " the rally was held today at the university of nevada reno....
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mexico is currently receiving about 12 percent of support in the polls... he will need 15 percent or more to participate in the debates. donald trump--- is giving his endorsement to the speaker of the house... after refusing to endorse paul ryan earlier this week. in our shared mission to 'make america great' again, i support and endorse our speaker of the house, paul ryan " trump---attended an event tonight in wisconsin with his vice presidential candidate mike pence. the republican presidential nominee is also endorsing senator john mccain of arizona and senator kelly ayotte of new hampshire. hillary clinton addressing about her use of a private email server at the state department. clinton spoke at a gathering of black and hispanic journalists in washington. she was asked about her recent assertion that f- b-i director james comey had said she was "truthful" in discussing the issue.
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acknowledged repeatedly that using two emails account was a mistake and i take responsibly for that. but i do think that that having him say that my answers to the fbi were truthful and then i should quickly add what i said was consistent with what i had said publicly and that's really in my view trying to tie both ends together." " clinton went on to repeat that "never sent or received" classified information on her private email server. to keep up to date on the race to the white house-- on the go just download our fox5 mobile app... the family of an unarmed teenager who was shot by police--holding a press conference as the chicago p-d releases dashcam and body cam video of the shooting. autopsy results show paul o'neal died from a gunshot wound to the back. police say last month o'neal crashed a stolen car into a police vehicle...then took off into a residential area.
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show o'neal being shot. police say that's due to one officer's body camera not recording at the time. " green says: "you know so we need to hold these officer accountable for what they did to this boy, this young man, who was unarmed. it's very sickening to say the least." " tonight the head of chicago's fraternal order of police says it important for the public not rush to judgment of the officers involved. the police union saying the shooting occurred in a matter of moments and that - quote - "each individual perspective needs to be taken into consideration." louisiana passed a new law protecting first responers... now new york is trying to do the same. "we need to do something to deter people from assaulting new york city police officers through out the state of new york." " the recent murders of police officers in baton rouge, louisiana and dallas, texas prompted some new york state lawmakers to call for changes to new york's "hate crime" law.
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"blue lives matter bill". it would make assaulting cops in new york a "hate crime". "what i'm hoping for with this bill is to promote a sense of peaceful assembly and a deterrent so that people will think twice before they throw that sucker punch to a police officer before they throw that bottle before they assault our men and women in blue." " classifying assaulting a police officer as a hate crime means offenders would also be facing more serious charges. a house-- completely demolished after an explosion. now police in connecticut-- are saying it's a miracle everyone got out alive. "meier says: "everyone is expected to survive. i know that several of those involved do remain in intensive care right now." " the home exploded yesterday afternoon-- four people, including a seven year old, were trapped inside the home and had to be rescued. three other people managed to get out of the house on their own, before
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investigators are still trying to figure out what caused the explosion. a toddler is okay-- after being left in a daycare van overnight in kentucky. " malia franklin, neighbor) "how would the driver not know that he's in there? you would feel like it's their duty to make sure all the kids get home."" the boy's 16 year- old sister says he was supposed to be dropped off with her at 5 o'clock-- but that never happened. he wasn't discovered missing-- until the parents got home at 11 at night. police say the driver told the daycare owner she had dropped off the il the house. the parents, police and owners all came to the daycare parking lot and found the 3 year-old sitting in the van three rows behind the driver's seat... still strapped in his car seat more than ten hours later. another case of the zika virus has been confirmed in florida... there are now 16 cases in the miami danger zone. an air assault is now underway, with plans to continue spraying incecticide over a 10-square mile area this weekend. the county laid mosquioto traps
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flyovers, the traps revealed "100-percent" kills. florida senator bill nelson has joined the fight-- calling on congress to pass the president's zika funding. "what about when its discovered in another state? the fact is that this is a health emergency." current zika funds at the national institute of health will run out by september 30th. apple is looking for people to hack their products.... the tech company is willing to pay big reward money critical security bugs. apple says the rewards will be as much as two hundred thousand dollars to about two dozen researchers hand picked by apple. apple says it will limit the list of researchers to those who have helped the company in the past, but have not been paid for their work. a couple of high- tech thieves--- are stealing cars... and they are doing it with computers. authorities in texas say two men used a laptop to break into certain jeep vehicles as well as dodge pickup trucks. they would start the vehicles using
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taking advantage of the software within the cars. they would then drive the cars to mexico where they then sell them on the black market. " : "so the module that operates the ignition of the car can easily be hacked into with the proper software and it could start you car and it could shut off the car. we can extract all kinds of information, when you drove last, how fast you were going, when your problem occurred " fiat chrysler releasing a statement saying: fca u-s takes the safety and security of its customers seriously and incorporates security features in its vehicles that help to reduce the risk of unauthorized and unlawful access to vehicle systems and wireless communications. a little boy is making a big difference... one lawn at a time. he's mowing lawns to pay for school supplies. ""well i'm gonna put them in bags and go around the community and pass them out to whoever needs school supplies and stuff." " ten year old tyran bell made a post on his mother's facebook
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mow lawns... saying he wanted to money to get ready for the new school year. since that post....donations have been pouring in! but he isn't letting the money go to waste-- he is using the extra-- to buy supplies for other kids who are still in need. fifty years and county.... caesars palace is celebrating five decades... how the resort is celebrating the major milestone. your fox5 weather 24/7 forecast is coming up next a possible cockfighting ring is being investigated in a valley neighborhood. one man wants to know why police are wasting their time with it? the rant is coming
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i got shot down over vietnam and spent eleven months in a pow camp. what donald trump said about our members of the military being captured is a disgrace. he's a war hero because he was captured. i like people that weren't captured. might be against you being able to come home. donald trump doesn't understand the weight of sending americans into harm's way. he's unfit to be president.
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already been four thousand wildfires burning in calfornia... and the peak season is just getting started. more than 350 square miles scorched... the dry conditions- making it a daunting task for crews. there are 66 million dead trees and millions of
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the fires-- causing the flames to spread quickly. " a crew pulls on scene, they're seeing fire conditions that normally we could maybe hit the head of the fire where we're having to flank it now because that fire is so fast, so hot, there's just no way to get in front of it. " the forest service is now requesting-- for congress to declare the biggest fires natural disasters so additional emergency funding will be made available. a tornado touches down in new orleans... " "it looks like we have four spots were down. we have all of our teams in different locations to make sure everybody is safe, everybody secure. " the storm blew through on thursday.... packing 80 mile per hour winds... the city's treme and seventh ward districts were hit the hardest. police and fire officials say six buildings were damaged or destroyed. at least two minor injuries have been reported. parts of phoenix-- are still battling floodwater-- after monsoon thunderstorms. the storms filling the streets with water... stranding
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knocking power out to thousands... there are no reports of injuries. this afternoon a dust storm blew through casa grande arizona .... these kind of dust storms are also known as a "haboob"... you can see a wall of sand moving across the desert... now fox5 weather 24/7, with chief meterologist ted pretty our weekend highs will be 105 for both saturday and sunday afternoon with plenty of sun. we'll see around 105 monday and tuesday before dropping to the average high of 103 through the rest of the work week. we'll see southwest gusts around 25 mph for
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thursday. monsoon moisture shows no sign of returning for another week at least. our weekend highs will be 105 for both saturday and sunday afternoon with plenty of sun. we'll see around 105 monday and tuesday before dropping to the average high of 103 through the rest of the work week. we'll see southwest gusts around 25 mph for tuesday through
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metro police broke up a cockfighting ring... they found 600 birds are discovered in two valley homes. the animal foundation says they've been getting calls asking what they will do with the birds. they're looking at their options.. but some of those birds might be euthanized. so let me get this straight, you guys are going to bust this ring and rescue these roosters, only to kill them yourself? i don't understand the logic. it sounds to me like they had, a better chance of surviving, they had a 50/50 chance of surviving, where they were before. before the humane society rescued them only to kill them. i don't understand. where is the logic there? why don't you guys just give a few chicken farmers a call and see if they will raise the
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care of them. i didn't work real hard all these years so i can pay police officers to collect chickens. they ought to be out here cleaning up boulder highway. here's karen... i am complaining of behalf of the postal carriers who have to work in our las vegas triple digit and who's management won't let them start earlier to beat the hotest part of the day and the carriers have suffered from heat exhaustion and some have fainted while working, while management sits in an air conditioned shameful. north las vegas and other departments are cracking down on distracted drivers this weekend. some whant to know why not every day and why just in north las vegas? callers! i got to give north las vegas kudos for busting people for texting. but you know what guys? it would be great if you could bust people texting all the time. it's tough i know, but today i'm behind a broad, blonde hair. what is she doing?
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the light because she's sitting there texting. seriously? that's great news except, that north las vegas police, metro police, henderson police, should be cracking down every day. not just this weekend. crack down on these idiots on their cell phones and idiot drivers, period. and mike. i want to rant about how great our paramedics and firemen are. they came from cheyenne/95 station and kept me from going into low blood sugar when i took too much insulin after just getting out of the hospital after 3 months. god bless and thank you!! mike send us your rants to the rant at fox5vegas.com or call at 702-436- 8285 here's a look at what's coming up... on fox five news at eleven. a railing collapses during rapper snoop dogg's concert. how many were injured... after falling more than ten feet. plus... students are frustrated because they're still without air
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in hopes of getting ellen degeneres' to help. plus... a "pokemon go" player is on the hunt for characters... but stumbles upon something much cuter. we'll show you what he found. marking a major milestone... caesars palace is celebrating 50 years in true vegas fashion. five decades ago-- guests were arriving at caesars palace for its grand opening gala. and as more's sean mcallister shows us---tonight they are hosting a legendary bash... andy williams was on the marquee... invitations were hand delivered... jay sarno jr. says: people dressede as roman centurians drove around the country and knocked on doors. and that set the tone for what would probably be the party of the 20th century! and food was flown in from all over the world! jay sarno jr. says: it wasn't about calling up the caterer or calling up the local food purveyor... it was about calling up people in europe and sayin, 'put
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pounds of caviar on a plane and fly it over!" and on august 5, 1966 caesars palace opened its doors a young jay sarno jr. was there for the flurry of activity as his dad opened the first luxury resort on the las vegas strip! jay sarno jr. says: i remember walking into this place and it was cool and it was beautiful and everyone was dressed up. it was just... even to an 8- year-old it was a place full of electricity and excitement! fast forwrd to today and caesars palace stands the test of time... an iconic property leading the way in casino and entertainment innovation. sean mcburney says: the first luxury shopping center was the forum shops. and now look at all the luxury shopping in las vegas. the first celebrity chef was wolfgang puck. now look at all the celebrity chefs in las vegas. so a lot fo the innovations that happened in las vegas, started at caesars palace. and just like in 1966... caesars is celebrating in roman style! sean says: this is where a modern roman-style celebration will take place tonight. as gordon ramsay
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pool party for caesars' 50th. gordon says: i think back to the 70's and 80's when i listened to muhammad ali fighting here. now when you look at caesars palace, not on an entertainment basis, but the food, the setting, the standard. the fun to be had is estraordinary! and "extraordinary" is the word to describe the celebration saturday that will feature some superstar surprises! sean mcburney says: we have tony bennett, wayne newton, donny & marie and some surprise guests who are really big name en celebration is going to be spectacular! so as caesars himself is decked out for the occasion. we say "gratzi" for 50 years of fun and bravo to the memories this roman resort creates. tony bennett was the second celebrity to perform at caesars palace... so it's fitting that he's back at the age of 90 to mark the las vegas milestone! running an extreme marathon can be grueling... especially when you're doing it alone. one man picked up some company along the way
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was an amazing experience to run into the finish line with her " the unlikely partner who held one runner push through to the
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an extreme runner competes in a grueling week-long run across china's gobi desert-- but luckily he didn't do it alone... he picked up an unlikely partner along the way. " ):"she was looking up in my eyes and she just kept staring at me she kept looking up at me and i'm looking down at her thinking this little dog isn't going to stay with me all day surely but that's exactly what she did." " that's a right-- a stray dog-- now called gob with runner dion leonard for days... ran with him through mountains, scorching heat and made it all the way to the finish line. she even got a second place medal. leonard is now in the process of adopting the
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news at 11. family and friends mourn a seven- year-old boy -- killed in a crash involving two semis. how they're remembering him tonight. a robbery suspsect leads police on a chase on the strip... after trying to shoot an officer... and part of it was caught on video! how police were able to capture him. a man in critical condition... afte hundreds of times by bees! how neighbors describe the attack... and what they wished the county would have done. this is fox5 news at 11. local las vegas. dozens of people came together to remember a seven year old killed in a crash earlier this week. i'm john huck. i'm cyndi lundeberg in for christine. the young boy was riding in a semi truck when the driver crashed into another truck on interstate 15 a few miles south of

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