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the newsroom with his story. vince? christine....adam.... when i first spoke with police on friday.. just hours after alonso perez escaped.... police described him as armed and dangerous due to his violent history.... today i spoke with a man who believes he saw that violent history first hand.... and it almost cost him his life.... "just pop, pop, pop like what your general red fire cracker would sound like, is what it sounded like from in here." but from outside video surveillance tells a di story. "i thought it was all fake, to be honest with you til it was all over." scott lewis believes the man you see on this apartment security video is alonso perez. you can see the man pulling a gun in broad daylight and firing nine shots at the manager's office in late july. lewis tells me the man previously lived here at the peterson motel and apartments for two weeks. under what police confirmed to lewis was a false name. "he said he had been doing some painting and he gave me some paint supplies and plastic and tape as
nice, we never had a cross word." but that all changed a couple weeks later. lewis tells me the man and his girlfriend were arguing.. and as a rule doesn't let hostile people inside his office. (nats him explaing what happened) lewis did file a police report.. and fox 5 did find a case matching the description of fox 5 did find a description of perez and an incident on july 25th. but we have been unable to confirm this with police. when lewis saw reports of a suspect escape police custody he says he knew it was the same man who rented an apartment from him. "just blown away, it was amazing to me that the same guy on the news is the same one that opened shots at the office." "i though that he would have left, we figured he packed up and left the state, but obviously he is still right here in our own neighborhood." because of his experience...lewis
the most dangerous person on the street. and hopes by telling his story he will get perez back behind bars. "right now he has no concern for life, obviously for anyone else or himself." "now knowing he actually killed a man at a local mcdonalds and broke free from handcuffs, he's probably not going to go without a fight." now christine.. adam.. due to the labor day holiday we have been unable to verify the man in the video is the same man wanted for murder. but the apartment manager is confident the two are one in the same... in the newsroom.. i'm vince sapienza.. fox5...news.. local...las vegas..... police say if you
police say if you have seen this man -- do not approach him. instead call crime stoppers at 702 - 385 - 55-55 you can remain a fire damaged a mobile home early this morning. the fire started just after five, near sandhill and charleston. clark county firefighters tell fox5 it took several trucks and crews to get this fire under control. no one was home during the fire and no one was hurt. still no word on how the fire started. and metro police are looking for a driver who hit a woman crossing the street, and then took off. this happened around 11:30 last night, near m-l-k and lake mead.
was driving slowly when it hit the woman. she was not seriously injured. metro is looking for a silver sedan about six or seven years old. it's labor day! and people around town are soaking up what's left of summer. but for some, it's just another day of work. fox5's kathleen jacob talked to some people on the job today about what labor day means to them. but let's check in first with chief meteorologist ted pretty, who joins us from sunset park we will stay very close to average over the next few days before warming back up into triple-digit territory for next weekend. the average high for this time of year is 97, we'll be between 96-99 through friday. for saturday and sunday, we'll see highs at 101 and 100. right now it looks like southwest gusts to 25 mph will be with us on sunday and monday. overnight lows warm back up to the mid and
for many of you it was a nice day off on this beautiful labor day. but for some... like us... it was just another fun day at work. fox5's kathleen jacob talked to lots of you laborers out laboring on this holiday and joins us live from cowabunga bay. kathleen? that's r christine, adam. this place was filled with people off of work and school celebrating the holiday. but... for some of us...the work didn't stop. in fact for some businesses... today is one of their busiest days. nobody's union here so those are the folks that are off today i think. the labor folks... because labor day was for the labor unions i believe. jonathan vitt is right. it all started with the unions... but now... it's expanded much further than just those workers...
country...have the day off to celebrate. "i'm very grateful because it allows us to have the opportunity to spend time with our family." but... there are those select few places where labor day is just another day on the job. "making fantastic chicken for everybody in henderson who's not working today, laying by the pool." the chicken shack doesn't close its doors... in fact... they had a line all day. it seems to be just another normal day here in las vegas. restaurants aren't the only ones that don't take a break. cowabunga bay sees one of it's busiest days of the season today. every holiday people come in and they're all happy because they're like 'oh my gosh, it's a waterpark. we're all together." so we get like the friendliest customers and it's just so fun to work with everyone. the waterpark has about 28 hundred visitors today... so they have more than 120 employees working hard on this holiday. i don't work all day, there's still stuff to do at night. so i love actually letting these families have fun and being part of that experience for them to make it more fun for them. and it's those hard workers that
the most. thanks for working so we can play. thanks for working hard. i know its probably time they want to spend with their families but we really appreciate it, so thank you. all of the people working today that i talked to did seem to have that great attitude about it. so even though it was just another day on the job... and they had to watch other people celebrate... they stayed positive. reporting from cowabunga bay... kathleen jacob... fox5 news, local. las vegas. and just a brief history lesson... like kathleen mentioned...while many people just see this day as the last day of summer... this holiday was originally started for labor unions wanting to unify the workforce and reduce working hours. closed captioning will resume while people are
while people are enjoying a gorgeous labor day here... it's a different story on the other side of the country. " it's a shame because we were looking forward to a good weekend " tropical storm hermine (her-meen) is ruining the weekend for the northeast. see how people people there are bracing for the worst. a little boy thanks the police officers in his community... by buying them lunch. see what the grateful officers did in return to thank this thoughtful kid. get your local headlines and weather alerts on the go with our fox5 app. it's free in mobile
guard are about to run a five-k... to honor soldiers killed in reno five years ago. three guard members were killed in the attack, as well as a woman from lake tahoe. so... as a part of their tribute, soldiers and airmen will run tomorrow morning at the site of that shooting, near the i-hop in reno. hundreds of nevada guardsmen stationed in kuwait will also run in memory of the tragedy. hurricane hermine (hur-meen) has been downgraded to a tropical depression... t still a threat. hermine is making a final push into the u-s coast, and threatening millions of americans. dianne gallagher reports. hermine is taking one final swing at the east coast on this labor day monday (bob banick, ocean city, md) it's a shame because we were looking forward to a good weekend the national weather service is calling for wind gusts around 50 mph, which could lead to power outages and localized flooding. the tides in the hamptons began surging early monday morning... with police urging residents to stay away from the beach.
chances (gov. dannel malloy, connecticut): there is a possibility that there could - i repeat could - be significant challenges, but not limited to loss of power, flooding, and transportation issues the storm caused significant damage late last week when it made landfall as a hurricane in florida, eventually making its way through the carolinas. on a royal caribbean cruise ship off the coast of cape liberty, new jersey, passengers were treated to huge wind gusts with 40 to 50 feet high swells, according to one witness. there damage... but but were plenty of reports of sick passengers. new jersey governor chris christie said sunday he believes his state will dodge a bullet... but still urges caution. (gov. chris christie, new jersey): the current models are showing moderate flooding at worst. so i want everybody to remain calm. / / but for residents along the northeast coast bracing for the worst... this slow- moving storm will still pack a punch -- with life- threatening flooding still a possibility. in montauk, new
his town. so he saved up his allowance, and bought them all lunch! 5-year-old "william evertz, junior" said he wanted the officers to eat a healthy meal... so he treated the officers to subway sandwiches. the officers were so touched by william's gift... they brought him a little police car of his own. a parade of police cars turned up in william's neighborhood to deliver the gift. a u-f-c fighter becomes a local family's hero... for something that happens outside the ring. hear how she was in the right place at the right time... for a family that ran into an emergency at mount charleston.
danny tarkanian's carrying a lot of baggage. as a real-estate developer, tarkanian was penalized for failing to pay thousands in property taxes. by a judge to repay $17 million in a failed development scheme. tarkanian refused to pay the money back, forcing taxpayers to bail him out, leaving us holding the bag. danny tarkanian's out for himself, not us.
out with a bang... make a big boom... but you don't want this to happen... the hilltoppers stumbling their way out." that's a rough way to s season... western kentucky redeemed themselves though... beating rice 46-14... what a great weekend of college football... i just found my new favorite player... he's a 270 pound... kicker. "big hit... julius right there the man doin the covering downfield... that's a kicker's dream right there..." wow... that's a kicker knocking the snot out of him... 270 pound penn state kicker joey julius lowered the boom... most kickers are
soaking wet... this guy looks like a defensive tackle. we also had something very cool happen in high school football... liberty high went down to texas... and beat the #1 team in the state... this is how our nevada boys celebrated their big win. (haka dance) that's liberty performing the haka dance after the game... haka is a tribal war dance... the kids played awesome... beating westak it's the biggest win in school history... great job fellas. finally... i save the greatest athletic feat for last... a professor at ohio state made a bet... if a student could hit this crazy paper basketball shot... the entire class gets an "a" on their quiz... let's see how he did. (kids throws paper ball into garbage)
incredible shot... this entire organic chemistry class gets an "a" on their quiz... the professor offers up this bet every year... this is the first time a student actually made it. students on a school bus say students on a school bus say their driver's behavior is unacceptable. and one boy said he had to record her... after one incident got out of control. " "i live in america and it's an english- speaking country. so if you want to speak to me, you speak to me in english." " see what the driver did to a student... that caused her to lose her job.
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us on fox5 news at 4. let's take a look at some of your national headlines. president obama weighed in on n-f-l star colin kaepernick's decision to sit out the national anthem... saying he has a constitutional right to make a statement. "you 've heard me talk in the past about the need to have an active citizen. sometimes that's messy and controversial and it gets people
young people who are engaged in the argument and trying to think through how they can be a part of our democratic process, than people who are just sitting on the sidelines and not paying attention at all. " president obama says he can also see how kaepernick's protest can be frustrating for those in uniform. kaepernick pledged to donate his first one million dollars from his contract to charities dedicated to justice for communities in need. the san francisco police department has threatened to stop protecting 49ers games if kaepernick does not change his actions. u-s soccer star megan rapinoe showed her support for colin kaepernick... by bending down on one knee ding the national anthem sunday. she tweeted "'it's
and as a gay american, she understands discrimination. a handful of n-f-l players have also shown solidarity with kaepernick's protest. a new p-s-a going around is a haunting reminder to never text and drive. we do want to warn you, this may be disturbing. "phone goes off are you going to answer that? nahh, i never would with a kid in the car. it's ok, i'm not here. " guy continues driving i'm ther a-t-and-t i'm there. a-t-and-t produced this video. it focuses on drivers less likely to get on their phone while a child is in the car. but as you just saw, it only takes a second of taking your eyes off the
happen. an idaho bus driver was fired... after video surfaced of her dumping water on a boy. students recorded the video. they told zack rickens... this behavior has been going on for some time. (nat from cell phone video) ...that's north side bus services employee mary black...or was. mary has since been fired from northside because of this cell phone video taken thursday. it shows black pouring water on miguel martinez, an 8th grader at jerome middle school who s black retaliated after he accidentally dropped a bottle of water. (miguel martinez, victim) "so she got mad and went and just walked and got the water bottle. she was like 'i'm going to pour it on you cause you poured it on other people'. and i was like 'that was an accident when i poured it on her...like, i didn't even mean to'. she was all like 'and? and?' and that's when she started to pour the water and she says that it was an accident." brayan tapia filmed the incident and says he wanted to prove what he's been telling his parents for years. (brayan tapia, student on bus) "this has been going on for several
try to tell someone..she kicks us out of the bus, and can't really do nothing about it...we have no evidence." tapia just hopes his new evidence... (voice of bus driver mary black-cell phone video) "you speak to me, you speak to me in english." ...can shed light on the mistreatment of people because of their heritage and skin color... (voice of bus driver mary black-cell phone video) "i live in america and it's an english-speaking country. so if you want to speak to me, you speak to me in english." the owner of northside bus company says he fired the driver despite staffing shortages. the school district's superintendent is aware of the video. burger king wants its name attached to a burger king wants its name attached to a soccer team. but this
to defund planned parenthood, which thousands of women depend on for cancer screenings. and heck opposes a woman's right to choose even when her health is at risk. for me and my patients, joe heck makes no sense.
for me and my patients, we sent him here to fix it. but congressman joe heck became part of the problem. wall street invested over a half-million dollars in congressman heck's campaigns, and heck supports their agenda -- privatizing social security, but risking our retirement in the stock market, cutting benefits, putting wall street ahead of us. congressman heck -- what's wrong with washington.
day... this year, pizza is perfectly acceptable! it's national cheese pizza day! this is your day to treat yourself to a piping hot pizza... but just with the basics, dough, sauce, and cheese. sometimes, that is the best way to eat it. speaking of pizza -- do you need to motivate your employees? apparently bringing them pizza might be the answer. this is all according to a duke university study. boss employees at an intel factory either 1. pizza... 2. a compliment from the boss... or 3. a 30 dollar cash bonus... if they assembled a certain number of computer chips. ultimately the compliments from the boss won in the end... but employees picked pizza at least a few days. interestingly... the people who picked cash ended up performing a lot worse than the people who didn't get any incentive at all. a soccer team is giving burger king a social media
food king asked the coaches to name the team after the restaurant! according to european news outlets... burger king offered russian team "zenit" a deal worth seven million american dollars, to change its name to "zenit burger king." the team's owners weren't amused. not only did they refuse the deal... they released this "game of thrones" themed retribution! the caption simply says, "who's the king?" it seems like there is an organic version of everything these days. and now, that includes gatorade! pepsi announced its new neon- colored sports drink will be out ths fall. it is called "g- organic" and it comes in strawberry, lemon, and a mixed berry flavor. there are only seven ingredients, including organic cane sugar and sea salt. a local family hiking mount charleston ran into a medical emergency. and luckily for them... a caring u-
plus - an annual tradition continues - as olive garden honors first responders on labor day. now is the time... for movie buffs to start watching the possible contenders for next year's oscars. "david daniel" shows us what we can look forward to, in today's hollywood minute. "well, i can't be his guardian." "well, your brother provided for your nephew's upkeep. i think the idea was that you'd relocate." casey affleck and "manchester by the sea" are drawing rave reviews at the telluride film festival in colorado, which has become something of a launching pad for oscar contenders -- and winners. other actors and films creating buzz at the festival include miles teller in the boxing drama "bleed for this" and tom hanks as a heroic pilot in "sully." (nat-piano, then singing) "city of stars, are you shining just for me?" ryan gosling learned to play jazz piano for the musical "la la land," which is receiving
at telluride... including from one of gosling's potential rivals for best actor. tom hanks interrupted his own "sully" press conference at the festival to heap praise on "la la land," calling it "brand new" and "wonderful," and fervently hoping audiences embrace it. (singing) "hey now, hey now, don't dream it's over..." it's far from over for crowded house. 30 years after the band formed in melbourne, it's being inducted into the australia recording industry asci of fame. the veteran rock-folk musicians will have the spotlight all to themselves at the ceremony, november 23rd in sydney: they're this year's only honorees. in hollywood, i'm david daniel. a family hiking mount charleston ran into trouble... when their six- year-old girl broke her arm. luckily for them... a u-f-c fighter was on the same trail and jumped in to help. "miesha tate" saw what was happening... and actually volunteered to carry little "kai" down the
look at some of the pictures posted on instagram. the family says miesha saved them hours of hiking and helped them get kai to the hospital sooner. kai later sent miesha a thank you message. "thank you miesha, thank you for carrying me, thank you for helping me " miesha says this was one of the most rewarding days of her athletic career. tonight, kai and her family will share their story, on fox5 news at 10
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since eighteen eighty-three. we have over sixty people here making shirts labled made in america. but donald trump's brand of shirts come from china, his suits from mexico, his coats from india. trump's products have been made in twelve other countries because he says there's no place in america that he can make them. well there is.
we sent him here to fix it. but congressman joe heck became part of the problem. wall street invested over a half-million dollars in congressman heck's campaigns, and heck supports their agenda -- privatizing social security, handing wall street billions in
fees, but risking our retirement in the stock market, cutting benefits, putting wall street ahead of us.
impersonation of every looney toons character... much to the delight of his passengers. "shhhhh be very very quiet, we have reached your destination. ehhhh what's up doc? this is bugs bunny here, and on behalf of your flight crew at southwest airlines, welcome to chicago! the windy city! please remain seated with your seatbelts fastened. " that is "zach haumesser", a flight attendant
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its time for fox5 news at 5. a man is caught on camera.... firing shots at an apartment rental office. and now... an employee says the gunman is the same person who was arrested on a murder charge... before escaping police custody three days ago thank you for joining us on labor day. i'm adam herbets -
i'm christine maddela. suspected killer alonso perez is still on the run. officers say he's dangerous, and they've been looking for him for days. the north las vegas police department says he escaped from handcuffs while left alone in an interview room friday. he stole a white truck and took off. investigators later found the truck, but perez was gone. he's accused of killing a man at a mcdonalds last month. an apartment manager recognized perez in the video and reached out to fox5. he tells us he also had a violent run-in with perez just a few months ago. fox-5's vince sapienza joins us live to explain. christine....adam.... when i first spoke with police on friday.. just hours after alonso perez escaped.... police described him as armed and dangerous due to his violent history.... today i spoke with a man who believes he saw that violent history first hand.... and it almost cost him his life.... "just pop, pop, pop like what your
cracker would sound like, is what it sounded like from in here." but from outside video surveillance tells a different story. "i thought it was all fake, to be honest with you til it was all over." scott lewis believes the man you see on this apartment security video is alonso perez. you can see the man pulling a gun in broad daylight and firing nine shots at the manager's office in late july. lewis tells me the man previously lived here at the peterson motel and apartments for two weeks. under what police confirmed to lewis was a false name. "he said he had been doing some painting and he gave me some paint supplies and plastic and tape as a gift, he was very nice, we never had a cross word." but that all changed a couple weeks later. lewis tells me the man and his girlfriend were arguing.. and as a rule doesn't let hostile people inside his office. (nats him explaing what happened) lewis did file a police report.. and fox 5 did find a