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october first ramsey will be suspended without pay for the final three months of her term... and she can't run for re- election next year. the review- journal reports ramsey admitted improperly amending charges in several cases - against the wishes of defense and prosecution attorneys. she also admitted she had her assistant run personal errands. ramsey is required to complete an exam to determine whether she's fit for duty, and apologize to the people who filed the complaint against her. governor brian sandoval spent the nighat basin national park. here's a look at the view... from the governor's twitter account. sandoval was at the park at an official event to celebrate the u-s national park service's 100th birthday thursday . he said he was planning to camp, hike and see the stars on his overnight visit. sandoval said his children weren't along for the outdoor excursion because they're already back in school. a cancelled las vegas rally originally scheduled for today didn't stop donald trump from visiting the valley. the presidential nominee's plane was sitting at
much of the afternoon- while he met with hispanic leaders in a private roundtable discussion at trump international. cameras were only allowed in for a few minutes at the very beginning before being asked to leave the room. before that, he briefly talked economics, mentioning the latest g-d-p. trump's visit to las vegas comes as the rhetoric on the campaign trail continues to become more harsh - and more intense. lauren blanchard has more from washington d-c. the white house now weighing in on mu both presidential campaigns... as neither hillary clinton nor donald trump back down from saying the other is worse for minority voters. ernest says: "i think there's no denying some of the rhetoric from presidential candidates we've been hearing has been counterproductive. " the clinton campaign out today with another new ad attacking trump... ad nats "what the hell do you have to lose? (video pad- "everything") clinton says: "racist ideas.
anti-muslim and anti-immigrant ideas -- all key tenets making up an emerging racist ideology known as the 'alt-right.'" but when pressed last night if she would outright call trump a racist... clinton deflected. trump campaign advisors saying her new rhetoric is just a way to shift focus from controversy over the clinton foundation. sanders says: "and she's trying to find a way to change the narrative and,frankly, i think what she did ye what is exactly wrong with american politics today. " trump is in las vegas today still trying to make his case to hispanic leaders... while clinton leaves campaigning up to her running mate tim kaine for the day. kaine says: "donald trump values are not american values, they're not our values." blanchard (on-cam tag) says: "while clinton may have a commanding lead over trump in the latest quinnipiac university national poll... it also shows that with only 11
voters see her as the more dishonest candidate. in washington, lauren blanchard, fox news." donald trump is opening a new campaign office in las vegas. a grand opening celebration for the "trump-pence nevada victory headquarters" is scheduled for 10 a-m saturday... on palms airport drive - near paradise and sunset. trump himself is not expected to attend - but former arizona jan brewer will be a special guest. protesters lined up outside trump international this morning-- hoping to send a message to trump... to negotatiate with his employees. " workers shouting" workers who won a vote to unionize are calling on trump to begin contract negotiations. there were banners and hand made signs in favor of hillary clinton as well. many of them wearing bright green shirts were from the iron workers union... and traveled to las vegas for the protest. "we are defending the culinary union and along with our own union. unions are the backbones of america and for trump to want to
unbelievable." among the large crowd of protesters, there was one single supporter in favor of donald trump. you can stay up- to-date with our coverage of election 2016... using your mobile device. just head to fox five vegas dot com... and download our app. it's the best resource the latest news... weather... and traffic. nasa is testing a new space capsule... to see how it splashes down... back to earth. "(splash) " how progress is being made - on a new vehicle... to take astronauts into space. plus.... patti labelle is trying to out-do herself... after her sweet potato pies take walmart... and social media... by storm. this is fox5 news at 5:30, your only choice for live local news right
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remember this viral video? this man... singing... because he loved singer patti labelle's sweet potato pies. the video created so much publicity... the pies sold out... at walmarts across the country. now - more patti labelle desserts are coming to walmart the singer's sweet potato pie was originally meant to be a seasonal item... but her exclusive retailer has been churning them out non-stop.... with five new pies on the way - berry cobbler, apple cobbler, peach cobbler, apple pecan cake
while the sweet potato pie costs about four- dollars... the cobblers cost nearly seven -- and the apple pecan cake is almost 10. sarah jessica parker cut ties with the maker of epipens. the actress is one of many people upset over the rising cost of the emergency allergy medication. an epipen twin pack now costs more than six- hundred dollars... that's in contrast to 2007 when the medication was 57 bucks. parker has served as a spokesperson for mylan, the makers of e the "sex in the city" star has a teenage son with severe peanut and hazelnut allergies. mylan - in response to the criticism - announced thursday increased rebates to many consumers who rely on the devices a debate continues in france... over a piece of clothing... known as the "burkini". should women be kept covered up at the beach?... and should the government have any say about it? plus - which airlines are being
the death toll in central italy's devastating earthquake has risen to 281. authorities also report that 238 other people caught up in the quake were rescued. italy's government says it's assembling temporary shelters - as a multi billion dollar aid effort ramps up. survivors are starting to assess the damage... many losing their homes completely - others told they can't return until they rebuild. some say they're
aid pouring in... but also anxious to start the recovery process - whenever and whatever it may be. "i have no idea what i'm going to do now because i had restructured the house two years ago. it was all new, and now i don't know what to do, i'm 76. i don't know if i can rebuild." the italian government has declared a national day of mourning saturday followed by a funeral service for the amatrice victims on wednesday. france's top administrative court has overturned a ban on so-called "b mediterranean resort town - a precedent that should be binding for the rest of the country. as kitty logan reports - france had drawn widespread criticism from around the world for the ban - which some defend as an expression of secular culture. it was a ban which divided a nation - and the world... now france's highest administrative court has ruled the burkini cannot be banned on french beaches - the court - siding with lawyers who
privacy - and freedom of religion. spinosi says: "because there are a principle, which the freedom of religion, there will be violation to this freedom if the town decides to forbid someone to express his religion on the public space." the ban had drawn sharp criticism from around the world... with large demonstrations taking place across europe - protesters demanding an end to what they say is a law targeting muslims - and women. sutton says: "i think it was an outrageous attack on all women's rights to choose what we put on our bodies, but also i think it is an attack on muslims." but others in elsewhere defended the ban as an expression of france's secular values... and say the burkini does more harm than good in a culture that emphasizes integration and assimilation. sarkozy says: (translated) "i support without any hesitation the mayors from the right-wing and the left-wing who have banned the burkini in order to preserve the public order." meanwhile, the white house applauding today's ruling... saying president obama will always support freedom of religion and democratic values around the world.
"freedom of religion is something we hold dear in this country and what's important about the right to a freedom of religion is that every american citizen enjoys it." (on-cam tag) the ruling should be legally binding on all 30 of the french resort towns which have issued burkini bans. in london, kitty logan, fox news the bans followed a series of terror attacks in france - including a truck rampage in nice that killed 84... and the stabbing of an 86-year-old priest in northern france - both last month. the los angeles city council passes an emergency motion to ban on the sale of synthetic marijuana - also known as spice the vote was taken after more than fifty people on skid row were rushed to the emergency rooms after overdosing on it in the last week. the use of synthetic cannabinoids has significantly increased in the city in recent months. the drug is far less expensive and far more dangerous than natural marijuana and it can often
"we need to make sure people aren't preying on them trying to make a profit selling them chemicals that is further wrecking havoc to their lives. the councilmen who drafted the ban are hoping to eventually take it to the state level. spice is often hard to regulate - because formulas are constantly changing. the government is cracking down on airlines for giving inaccurate compensation quotes. alaska airlines, american, southwest and united airlines all getting penalized. they are accused of giving false information to how much compensation they could potentially receive for being denied boarding... and for lost - damaged - or delayed baggage. american airlines was fined forty five thousand dollars. alaska airlines and southwest were fined forty thousand dollars each. and united was fined thirty five thousand dollars. nasa is continuing to test its next generation spacecraft, the orion. "(swing, splash!)" the agency made another
in the atlantic ocean today. flinging the capsule at twenty five miles per hour into the ocean. scientists tested the force of the impact on its carbon fiber heat shield - as well as its buoyancy. crash test dummies also were along for the ride - to test the safety of the harnesses used. if all goes according to plan - the orion will take its first human payload to space in 20-23. now fox5 weather 24/7 showers and thunderstorms will be popping up around southern nevada for your friday evening. overnight lows drop into the mid to upper 70s. any storms that form will drop heavy rain at times, bring gusty wind, and the potential for localized flash flooding. the moisture stays in
so we'll keep the chance of scattered thunderstorms in the forecast throughout the day. the best chance will be over our local mountains, but the valley will certainly have the opportunity to pick up some rain. high temperatures will be on the mild side with mid to low 90s in las vegas. sunday dries out with more sunshine; temperatures will be in the upper 90s and low 100s. for the first day of school on monday, students will see mostly sunny skies
temperature of 103 degrees. showers and thunderstorms will be popping up around southern nevada for your friday evening. overnight lows drop into the mid to upper 70s. any storms that form will drop heavy rain at times, bring gusty wind, and the potential for localized flash flooding. the moisture stays in place for saturday,
thunderstorms in the forecast throughout the day. the best chance will be over our local mountains, but the valley will certainly have the opportunity to pick up some rain. high temperatures will be on the mild side with mid to low 90s in las vegas. sunday dries out with more sunshine; temperatures will be in the upper 90s and low 100s. for the first day of school on monday, students will see mostly sunny skies with a high temperature of 103 degrees. closed captioning will resume shortly
today... should he make bail. and - the u-s government makes a major investment.... in a commuter train service. which part of the country - will benefit. jet pack pilot eric scott has tried something that's never been done before... something that's never been done before... he's using the rocket propulsion technology underwater. "(jet pack nats)" scott emer from beneath this lake in san crisotbal, colorado and lake in san crisotbal, colorado and shot up.... covering more than five-hundred feet in distance. he landed safely on the ground - all while strapped to a whopping eight-hundred horsepower rocket. jet packs have been around for decades - but never used in water. scott says the 21-second stunt shows just how far technology has come. thanks for joining us.. fox5 news at 6
live from las vegas fox5 news at 6 starts now. donald trump makes an appearance in las vegas....after cancelling his scheduled public events. where the trump campaign is also preparing to open up new headquarters in the valley. and it's down to two possible locations for a new n-f-l stadium in las vegas. where the project stands now--and how it could impact othe businesses. he's accused of luring teenage girls into prostitution through craigslist. how much it will cost him to be released from jail before his trial. this is fox5 news at 6. local. las vegas first he was in...then he was out....but donald trump ended up being back in on his trip to las vegas. i'm christine maddela. i'm john huck. trump quietly came into southern nevada for some private meetings