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a controversial comment on the campaign trail. now the clinton camp is responding to what they call dangerous threats. " school is always right around the corner and you want to make sure you have plenty in the bank because it can get costly sometimes. " how local families are preparing for the expense... and how you can save some money. a team of valley youngsters are stepping up to the plate... and now have a chance to go to the little league world series in pennsylvania later this month. who they face today, in another elimination game. good morning i'm maria silva. i'm dave hall. now it's time to get a first look at your fox5 weather 24-7 forcast... meteorologist cassandra jones
got some tropical moisture at our doorstep for wednesday. most of the active weather is forecast to stay to the east although some could slip into southeastern nevada in the afternoon and evening. daytime highs will cool to below triple digits wednesday and thursday. as the tropical moisture fades warmer temperatures start to move in by friday. the uv index for wednesday is 10 or very high.
to the sexual assault of a hotel employee. this is ivon major. officers charged him with sexual assault, battery with intent to commit sexual assault and kidnapping among other charges police say late saturday afternoon a hotel employee was inside one of the rooms when major walked in. investigators say major beat and then sexually assaulted the victim. he only left when another employee came in. and police are still looking for
suspects who beat and robbed a security guard tuesday morning near boulder station . it happened near vegas valley and lamb around 2:30. police say the guard was in uniform when the three suspects attacked the guard. the guard's handgun, baton and pepper spray were stolen police were able to track down two of the suspects a short time later. police have arrested the estranged husband of an elderly woman found dead at her home over the weekend. 55-year-old arthur lopez is now locked-up facing a murder charge. the roommate of 78-year-old erlina penaflor found her body sunday at her home near washington and swenson. police say she was found laying on the floor in a pool of blood. we have some new information on the bee attack at a southwest home that left one man in critical condition. we've confirmed the company doing the work - was unlicensed. the owner of "toms bee hives" says he didn't have a business license .. because he is not a business.. when we asked city officials, they told us he should have a business
however, according to the state agriculture department, businesses which charge custormers to remove bee hives are not required to have a pesticides license .. due to the fact they are not exterminating the bees. ""people now want to save bees, so i'm sure there are people out there that are looking to do this as a business opportunity and we want to make sure they get licensed so they do it safely." " the department of agriculture is looking to change the local law. state leaders approved more money to defend the controversial school choice program. the nevada board of examiniers approved another 125 thousand dollars to legal costs for the education savings account. the money is in addition to the 420 thousand the state has already paid to an outside firm-- bancroft associates who is defending the state. the voucher program allows parents to use public education money for the school of their choice... including private school tuition. it has been on
calling it unconstitutional. its back-to- school season, and families all over the valley are bracing themselves for that back to school spending... fox5's miguel martinez-valle joined a few families on their annual shopping trip, and saw first hand how some of them try to save some cash... its the start of a new school year, and you know what that means... a trip to the store with the whole family... " we have two school aged children, so it adds up quickly" the patai family budgets around 400 dollars for this yearly trip... " my husband and i are both teachers, so we have to do extra back to school shopping" the baxter's, they're also ready to shell out some cash on new supplies... " we do do the new backpack every year, thats something the girls really enjoy... we let them pick out their own back packs" for many across
out an s-o-s--- 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 17th. every little bit helps-- from backpacks to folders to notebooks and pens. our goal this year is to fill three thousand backpacks for students in need. more controversial comments from donald trump the candidate said gun owners could stop the clinton agenda and some took that to be a threat on clinton's life. the clinton campaign was quick to fire back. fox's joel waldman has the latest. ((nats -- trump rally)) donald trump campaigning in a state many say he must win to become president --- north carolina. but, the gop nominee's visit to the tarheel state ...tarnished a bit by an anti-trump republican --- and third party candidate --- evan
plans today to make a bid for the white house. mcmullin says: "for months, i -- along with many americans -- hoped someone with national name id would step up and doing what i am doing" the latest twist comes one day after trump delivered a major speech on his plans for growing the economy ... a top concern for voters, according to a fox news poll. ((take fs poll)) 50-percent of those surveyed believe trump would do a better job handling america's financial fate. trump says: "if she gets to pick her judges, nothing you can , second amendment people -- maybe there is." but, when it comes to the general election matchup over all .... it's a different story. hillary clinton is ahead of trump by double digits, according to a new monmouth university poll. the former secretary of state in miami today seeing firsthand how health officials are battling the zika virus. clinton says: "i'm very disappointed that congress went on recess before actually agreeing
this fight." in washington, joel waldman, fox news." clinton's campaign manager released a statement shortly after trump wrapped up his remarks there in wilmington, north carolina saying, quote: "this is simple - what trump is saying is dangerous. a person seeking to be the president of the united states should not suggest violence in any way." be sure to check out our fox5 mobile app... you can get all of your up to date news on the race to the white house.. on the go. in more local news, some young baseball players still have a shot at going to the little league world series in pennsylvania later this month. "mountain ridge little league" was facing elimination from the western region tournament down in san bernardino. but the boys eliminated the team from arizona on tuesday, fifteen to four. mountain ridge
san bernardino. they'll face utah for another elimination game. mountain ridge became the u-s champions two years ago. the team was defeated in the u-s title game by a team from chicago. but that championship was rescinded -- after an investigation showed the chicago team's leadership had violated little league rules -- by recruiting players from outside their zoned boundaries. running in another direction. the former nfl quarterback and heisman trophy winner is trying his hand at professional baseball. tebow hasn't played the sport since he was a junior in high school-- but he plans to hold a workout later this month. a statement from 'creative artists agency' says "this may sound like a publicity stunt, but nothing could be further from the truth.....people inside and outside the industry - scouts, executives, players and fans - will be impressed
saturday night live cast member leslie jones gets a very special invite. " guess who's going to rio? guess who's going to rio?"" jones is heading to brazil for the olympics. like many the actress-- is really into the games and has not been shy about sharing her love on social media. after a series of tweets... she was help out with olympic coverage. she is expected in rio by friday. sharing stories of inspiration... how a survivor of the boston marathon bombing says she was able to make it through such a difficult time in her life.
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m-g-m for the tenth annual women's leadership conference. it was hosted by c-n-n's-- natalie allen.. and around a thousand women attended. the two days were packed with inspirational speakers and empowering workshops. one speaker, "adrianne haslet" is a dancer who lost her foot in the boston marathon bombing in 20-13. "it's really incredible when you have a good network of people around you. what you can accomplish and i think this woman's conference really embodies that and everybody here embodies that. i know that in my recovery it took a village to get me back to where i needed to be dancing." proceeds from the conference
supporting women and girls. now fox weather 24/7 with cassandra jones got some tropical moisture at our doorstep for wednesday. most of the active weather is forecast to stay to the east although some could slip into southeastern nevada in the afternoon and evening. daytime highs will cool to below triple digits wednesday and thursday. as the tropical moisture fades warmer to move in by friday. the uv index for wednesday is 10 or very high. here's your fox5 got some tropical
the active weather is forecast to stay to the east although some could slip into southeastern nevada in the afternoon and evening. daytime highs will cool to below triple digits wednesday and thursday. as the tropical moisture fades warmer temperatures start to move in by friday. the uv index for wednesday is 10 or very high.
recovering from a massive computer glitch that caused thousands of cancelled flights and delays worldwide. now the airline is apologizing to its customers. " "as of yesterday we had eight hundred cancellations on the main line, to put in to context those eight hundred main line cancels are three times as we have canceled the entire year to date, so this isn't who we are, this isn't the quality of service and the reliability you have come to expect from delta airlines. we are very sorry, i'm personally very sorry for what has happened to you the impact it has had on your travel plans whether it's for personal and vacation, the impact on your families or on your business ventures " the company is also working to make it up to passengers... in addition to travel waivers allowing people to change travel plans because of the incident--
dollar vouchers to anyone impacted for more than three hours whether it was due to cancellation or delay on the system. the number of air traffic controllers is at an all-time- low and the federal aviation administration is looking to fill hundreds of positions. the f-a-a wants to hire 14 hundred people. they would go through a 13 month training program at the faa academy oklahoma city. from start to finish... to become a certified air traffic controller-- it years to complete. if you're interested.... you have until monday, august 15th to apply. you can find the application in the links section of fox5 vegas dot com. up next... one couple has leveled up. how a gamer popped the question using a video game he created... and what they plan to do with the game in the future.
at him getting down on one knee and popping up the ring. she cries." the couple says they now want to turn the video game into a movie. plenty more straight ahead on fox5 news this morning... including a big announcement from manny pacquiao's camp. the boxer is ready to come out of retirement. when and where the pac-man will make his big return to the ring, ne "nothing like this anywhere else in the world." taking healthcare to new heights. how this hospital in the sky is helping save the sight of people in some of the most
bananas after a monkey was found on a plane. good morning i'm peter dawson. i'll tell you why the monkey was there in the first place. manny pacquiao isn't monkeying around anymore... the pacman is un- retiring... find out who he'll be fighting here in las vegas. the dream is still alive! what the mountain ridge little league needs to do to advance to the world series! plus... how you can help them fulfill their world series dreams. good morning i'm dave hall.