tv FOX5 News This Morning FOX August 26, 2016 4:00am-4:31am PDT
good morning i'm maria silva. welcome to fox5 news this morning. lets get straight to breaking news. an nhp trooper was shot early this morning. the suspect, now dead. it happened on boulder highway near the 95.. we have team coverage for you.. we begin with fox five's alyssa deitsch live at the scene... alyssa..what do we know so far? cc to resume shortly
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 construction areas to look out for and alternate routes listed on our maps back to the news desk now let's check in
for your fox5 24/7 forecast. after a day of drier air in las vegas moisture is moving back into our area friday delivering us rain and thunderstorm chances later in the day and saturday. a weak upper level low will move across nevada through the day and could create enough instability to trigger showers and thunderstorms. the rain and
news, police find a man's body inside a car... in a north valley parking lot officials say-- its connected to a missing persons case. police say the man had been missing for several days. when a family member finally spotted the car parked in front of a thrift shop near craig and allen.. and witnesses say it had a strong odor. "it was honestly just a big crack it was loud" a henderson woman says her home was vandalized because she has a thin blue line american flag. this flag is used to show support for law enforcement. the woman who asked that we only identify her as ashley... says she's now terrified. she says she was getting ready to go the gym on wednesday. when she saw a woman walking up her driveway. the woman then rang the door bell six times. the next thing she knew she heard a loud crack. when ashley went outside her american flag and its post had been torn down... and she saw the woman running
""im nervous because you know the situation but its not going to stop me im going to get another one my friend who is law enforcement and hes going to come over and gt another one i want to figure out another way so financially it will have to wait " " ashley says she and another neighbor followed the woman who vandalized her home. henderson police were called... and the woman was arrested. police say the woman is still a psycological evaluation is being requested. looking good for one hundred! the national park service celebrates a century. on august 25-th 19-16... president woodrow wilson signed the act that created the national park service to conserve the scenery... wild life and natural historic landmarks for future generations to enjoy. back then there were 14 national
monuments. now... there are more than 58 parks and 150 monuments. national park status doesn't come easy-- but lake mead was given the honor in 19-69. "lake mead national recreation area was established as a national park because the citizens in the local area, both in nevada and arizona pushed for it! national parks don't get established usually unless the local citizens are really in favor of it." to celebrate... there will be free entry to all of the national parks in u-s through the weekend. "we are not building this country of ours for a day, teddy roosevelt said. it is to last through the ages" president obama is making his virtual reality debut. it's all part of the national geographic's first virtual reality experience. in honor of the national park service's centennial.
visiting yellowstone when i was 11 years old. and seeing bison and moose and bears for the first time. places like yosemite make us feel part of something bigger than ourselves." the 11-minute video recap. captures the first family's visit to yosemite national park. the video is available to download for oculus users. but is also available for 2-d viewing on national geographic's facebook page and then there we're talking about potential stadium locations to house an n-f-l team in las vegas which sites are still in the running... and where the money would come from.... from football to hockey. vegas wants to know our hockey team's name. it's one of the best kept secrets in the valley. another clue to
stadium are narrowed down to the bali hai golf course, and the site on russell road and tropicana. christine maddela shows us what the stadium could look like. (the time is now) we've been trying to get a stadium done in oakland, then the opportunity in las vegas came to our attention (m davis) promotional material like this is what the developers are showing county and state leaders to get the deal done. we want people to understand how sincere we are in of the las vegas community players working with schools, charities, things i don't think anyone else other than raiders and nfl can bring to the community unlv is on board. the rebels would play under this dome too. this for us has been the missing ingredient to move to a power 5 conference right now is the perfect time, perfect storm, with the team motivated to come here time. that's what's running out. we're running out
project, we're spending a lot of money, we need to know if we have the support. legislators need to decide how much public funding will go into the project. i certainly don't want the window to start shutting and us still looking in the window here so let's take a look at the game plan: cost of construction, land, the practice facility and contingency funds total one point 895 billion. who's paying? this is private funding- 500 million from the raiders, 650 million from shelden adelson, then 750 million in public funding. that totals one point nine billion. but this 750 million in public funding is still up in the air. 2150 we're committed to our position. it hasn't changed from day one. 2152 we've always said that number, we remain consistent and committed. this is a game changing project for this city and this state, so we're hoping it gets done robert goldstein, dir., president and chief operating officer at las vegas sands corp. the adelson owned sands corporation president says the state must contribute that 750 million or adelson walks. he's never changed his mind, he's happy to change his mind and say i tried my
come from 20 cent a night increase in the hotel tax. 20 cent impact on a room, we think that is going to be compelling to taxpayers bc they're not going to be paying for the stadium, it's going to be paid by tourists, we think that increase in the room tax will be suitable"andy abboud, sand corporation together we can turn the silver state into silver and black state (nats, cheering, fade out) an important note- even though most of the stadium funding would come from private money, this would be a publicly owned facility. the committee's next meeting is in september. when it comes to hockey -- our team has a name... it's just being kept a big secret. but we may be getting closer to figuring it out. team owner bill foley has locked down the domain names... red hawks, nighthawks and desert hawks and now .. according to blog- detroit hockey dot net--- another name is being tossed out -- the desert knights.. kinghts with a "k".. but for now .. we still have to wait .. foley says a name announcement... should be made some time next
here's your fox5 traffic solutions here is a look at 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 here are your photos for the day back to the news desk. now fox weather 24/7 with cassandra
after a day of drier air in las vegas moisture is moving back into our area friday delivering us rain and thunderstorm chances later in the day and saturday. a weak upper level low will move across nevada through the day and could create enough instability to trigger showers and thunderstorms. the rain and thunderstorm chances for friday and saturday are 40%, sunday things start to improve and for monday the first day of school the forecast calls for sunshine with a high near 103. the uv index for friday is 9 or very high.
the country. has the c-d-c issuing an urgent call to action to fight opioid addiction. dianne gallagher has this report. the sound of sirens. a soundtrack to a crisis in middle america as the heroin epidemic appears to be getting more dangerous. (richard henson, cincinnati resident) i am very disturbed about it. it really saddens my heart. 28 overdoses in a west virginia county, in one night last week. tuesday, 12 people overdosed in an indiana community. and in the cincinnati ohio area, 36 on wednesday alone and 90 overdoses since this weekend, leading to a total of 5 deaths in those areas. (mos) it's everywhere, i mean i pretty much knew. it looked like he overdosed on drugs. authorities believe these particular overdose spikes are due to what they call "bad batches", heroin laced with other substances. in the cincinnati cases, they suspect carfentanil, an
tranquilizer. authorities are struggling to keep up. (chad ward, cabell county west virginia ems) when you have that many overdoses, like yesterday in that short period of time, it taxes your resources. last week, the obama administration announced $17 million in funding aimed at prevention and at stopping the supply of opiates. the d.e.a. busted a semi-truck in new york this week with more than $2 million worth of heroin stuffed in its axles. the c.d.c. today calling for urgent public action, releasing a report showing a sharp increase in opioid- related overdose deaths, an increase in counterfeit prescription pills, and specifically in ohio and florida, heroin laced with the strong opioid fentanyl, which is what investigators believe killed the singer, prince earlier this year. (joe ciccarell, huntington, west virginia police chief) the substances involved are exactly what addicts are seeking out. it draws like flies to sugar. in washington, dianne gallagher. you could own a piece of one headliner's
penn jillette is hosting a garage sale-- and everythin must go. when and where you can get your hands on some of his cool stuff. some new movies are htting the silver screen coming up.. a preview of what's new in theaters. we continue to follow breaking news. an nhp trooper shot near boulder highway and u.s. 95 fortunately the trooper not injured. but the suspect is dead. we have crews on scene. our team coverage continues after
here! and there's a lot of buzz about the movies hitting the silver screen. adam housley gives us a preview of what's new in theaters. (snd: resurrection) jason statham is back in action as arthur bishop in 'mechanic: resurrection' playing the hired hitman forced to complete 3 assassinations across the globe to rescue a kidnapped woman played by jessica alba. (snd: don't breathe) for the scary movie goers stephen lang stars in the new thriller 'don't breathe' about three kids who try to rob the house of a blindman and end up just hoping to make it out with their lives. (snd: hands of stone) in 'hands of stone' robert deniro, edgar ramirez, and usher tell the story of boxer roberto duran who's career included a famous squaring off with
(snd: southside with you) 'southside with you' is based on president barack obama and michelle obama's first date in the summer of 1989. (snd: the hollars) in limited release 'the hollars' is a family comedy by director and star john krasinsky about a guy who returns back to his hometown where his past drama awaits him. (snd: suicide squad) plus find those anti-heroes having a super summer at the box office as 'suicide squad' hoping to remains #1... (snd: sausage party) and those raunchy animated characters of 'sausage party' celebrating quite a run and plenty of buzz for their r- rated shenanigans (snd: sausage party) adam housley, fox news.
we begin with breaking news we've been covering all morning long. an nhp trooper has been shot... the suspect is dead. we have team coverage for you... we begin with fox five's alyssa deitsch live at the scene... on boulder highway near u.s. 95 alyssa..what do we know so far. an nhp trooper pu light colored cadillac around midnight near boulder and lamb for a traffic violation. the driver pulled over. he had two passengers in his car-- a man and a woman. when the trooper was running the drivers info--the man in the back of the car took off on foot. trooper chased him into a business parking lot. preliminary