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closed captioning will resume shortly and the debate continues: how much money would taxpayers contribute to a planned n-f-l stadium in las vegas? fox5 was there in the latest planning meeting. we'll break down the numbers. and why nasa i spending close to a billion dollars on this launch ... only to bring back a handful of rock from outer space. this is fox5 news at 10. local. las vegas. frustration, anger and miss- communication.. three things many parents are telling us they are dealing with again tonight.. less than a day after their children were kept inside their school most of the night. i'm john huck. i'm christine maddela. the confussion boiled over last night outside of
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"it's immensely frustrating, it's out of hand, it's pandemonium out here, there's nobody taking charge." just one of hundreds of parents who felt they were left in the dark overnight after school officials duscovered spilled mercury.. that led to the lockdown and the e-p-a being called in.. followed by more than 16 hours of screening students kept inside the school. this morning a school district spokeswoman, the school police chief and an e-p-a representative all said things went well and according to how but that message is not sitting well with parents. many of them came to an information open house tonight at a nearby school.. fox5's miguel martinez valle was that and joins us not to tell us if parents have caled down .. or jsut become more frustrated. it was supposed to be an open discussion a place for concerned parents to ask questions to officials like the epa the school district or the fire chief.. but when parents weren't getting answers to their
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quickly went out the door. nat"you wouldn't release the levels to parent so how do we know that they were safe" "nat of other question yelling" "nat of people yelling about wanting to talk to someone else" its been called the largest contamination incident in clark county fire departments history.., so naturally there were a lot of questions and concerns tania babajan "what about my house i have two little kids who don't go to school what if they got contaminated" tania and viro babajan's son was one of 9 contaminated... he played with mercury he found under the school bleachers on tuesday... a day before the hazmat lockdown. viro babajan " he got a headache and diariah its been three days... so i need my house checked out, i have three days" they came to the open house looking for answers tania babajan "you don't know whom to talk to you don't know what's the law where to go who do i ask what to do" answers county officials don't have...
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is contact the school they'll take down the info and contact the epa" were now hearing kids touched some mercury as early as friday... we still dont know how much nat: "i mean what are their cleanup duties how come nobody ever saw this" candice jimenez "i want to find out how much was it what staff were told about it. why are they in trouble for their actions because obviously this happened friday but none of us found out till yesterday" and while many parents left tonight with as many questions as they came with... epa are focusing on health before anything else... randy nattis "we have to figure out what's important we have to prioritize our things now it's human health is priority when it happened how it happened is kinda low on my radar it's not even on my radar it's not my job" any parent who thinks their kid might have been expose to the mercury before wednesday's lockdown and therefore thinks things in the home might be contaminated are asked to put the clothes that they
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anything they might've touched in a plastic bag and bring it to johnson middle school tomorrow and over the weekend for testing. ccsd officials have cancelled fish are usually the main culprit to humans when it comes to mercury exposure. while it occurs naturally in the
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humans. in the body it acts as a neurotoxin, which interferes with the brain and nervous system. as a liquid, it is highly toxic. at room temperature, it vaporizes, then fills the air with tiny, invisible mercury atoms. when inhaled, it's easily absorbed by the body... and can harm the brain, lungs, heart, kidneys, and immune system. for more about mercury... the exposure at johnson junior high school... and our coverage from the past 24 hours... head to fox5 vegas dot com. the developers of the las vegas stadium project continue to rework a proposal. the latest draft came out today outlining how the 1-point-9 billion dollars would be collected and spent. most of the discussion today surrounded the public funding of 750-million dollars. developers say locals have nothing to worry about - this money will be financed by tourists through a hotel room tax.
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says visitors would see a small hike for hotels on the strip and even smaller rise for hotels within 25 miles of the stadium. we also heard from a local labor union thats excited about this project and the opportunities it could open up for union workers. marco hernandez: it means for us to create jobs, to have the opportunity to build it and make sure our members get a hand on to build it and be excited to move the city of las vegas to the next level hernandez added local 8-7-2 is in touch with developers to make sure union workers are represented when it comes to awarding contracts. no votes were made at today's meeting.. but one could come next week to send the bill to the state legislature. we want to know your thoughts about the n-f-l stadium. ... at fox5 vegas dot com there is a new poll. "do you support partial public funding for the proposed n-f-l stadium?". it's located on the news page. bail is set to one- point-62 million dollars -- for the
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north las vegas police custody on friday. this brings the total bail for alonso perez up to one-point-seven million dollars, for charges in two cities. police released this video yesterday of that escape. they say alonso perez broke a set of handcuffs... climbed a chair... and got out through the ceiling of the interview room. he was being held for the murder of a man at a mcdonald's a couple weeks ago. a woman is now behind bars... after police found the body of her boyfriend abandoned near an apartment complex yesterday. 26-year-old "lahtijera howard" is now facing one count of open murder. police found the victim's body near pecos and bonanza, and say his injuries were suspicious. they noticed his car had recently been in a collision, and found that the car was also registered to howard. she was in the apartment complex, and police arrested her. police did not say how the victim died.
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the trial in the case of a former animal control supervisor, accused of illegally killing dogs at the boulder city animal shelter. mary jo frazier's trial was set to start next week. instead, her attorney decided to meet again with the judge on october fourth. in march, frazier pleaded not guilty to two felony animal cruelty charges. if convicted, she could spend up to eight years in prison. frazier is currently living in oregon where she moved after police began investigatin more than 90 animals euthanized in one year... without a required five-day waiting period and vet exam. a coalition to regulate marijuana similar to how alcohol is regulated highlighted the effects it says our economy could see from the legalization of recreational marijuana. "were really focusing on expanding our business and creating more jobs for nevadans and really that diversity in
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for us to thrive" dispensary owners and employees spoke on the cannabis industry and its importance an estimated six thousand plus jobs would be created annually if question two is adopted by voters. this event was held incheyenne at the thrive medical marijuana dispensary. ahead .. two auto-makers .. two more recalls.. see if your ride is on the list. and why frozen strawberries are being linked to an illness in several states. "4, 3, 2, 1" and what's inside this rocket launched today that could change the way we look at the history of the universe. your fox5 weather 24/7 forecast is
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they're bringing drugs, they're brigning crime, they're rapists... you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes... blood coming out of her...wherever [pledge continues in background] you gotta see this guy; "oh, i don't know what i said. ah, i don't remember." i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters... get him the hell out of here... get him out of here! get out!
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"4,3,2,1 and liftoff of osiris-rex, on its 7 year mission to boldly go to the asteroid bennu and back" quite a sight today at cape canaveral, florida .. as nasa successfully launches a rocket on a very special mission. this mission involves landing on scooping up some of it .. and returning to earth. fox news correspondent phil keating has the latest from cape canaveral, florida. what nasa hopes to pull off is something scientists and astronomers once thought was simply impossible: to rendezvous with an asteroid..touch it..and bring a little bit of it back to earth. all to help answer the age-old question of how we..came to be. garvin says: "those are all huge questions, they're all about where did we come from? where does life
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these, these early planets that were probably extremely barren and challenging.." on the launch pad, the osiris rex spacecraft sits on top of a monster atlas five rocket. blast off will begin a four billion mile journey to bennu and back. bennu, the target asteroid, is orbiting the sun on a similar orbit to earth's, and the size of the empire state building. bennu laps the sun every one-point-two earth years. scientists picked bennu for its accessible orbit, size and promising landing zones. this 8-m dollar mission, led by the university of arizona, will take seven long years. and after two more years of mapping it, osiris rex will then slowly descend onto bennu's surface, touch it for a five-second "high five", blast nitrogen gas into the surface, which will stir up tiny asteroid rocks and particulates, then capture those in an air filter and finally deliver them to earth, landing in the utah desert in 2023. richey says: "our priority is to bring back 60 grams of pristine material. so once we have that, we're not going back to touch that again. once we got it, it's getting
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ready to come home." scientists believe bennu is a pristinely preserved, dark black chunk of carbon-rich rock and solar system history. it also happens to be a "potentially hazardous" asteroid, with a tiny threat of colliding into our planet next century. and 60-grams of asteroid will look like this amount of brown sugar... four tablespoons. that's it. possibly proving that we all have just a little bit of asteroid in the building blocks of all of us. now fox5 weather 24/7, with chief meterologist ted pretty we'll see highs at 100 degrees or a degree or two above friday through the weekend. afternoon southwest gusts to 25 mph will be with us on sunday, then
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monday and tuesday. we'll see cooler air move in also for monday with a high of 96 degrees. tuesday through thursday our highs will be right around 90 degrees with lows in the upper 60s. we'll see highs at 100 degrees or a degree or two above friday through southwest gusts to 25 mph will be with us on sunday, then stronger gusts to 30 mph for us on monday and tuesday. we'll see cooler air move in also for monday with a high of 96 degrees. tuesday through thursday our highs will be right around 90 degrees with lows
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closed captioning will resume shortly we'll see highs at 100 degrees or a degree or two above friday through the weekend. afternoon southwest gusts to 25 mph will be with us on sunday, then stronger gusts to 30 mph for us on monday and tuesday. we'll see cooler air move in also for monday with a high of 96 degrees. tuesday through thursday our highs will be right around 90 degrees with lows in the upper 60s. closed captioning
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we have new information on a couple of recalls to first .. ford is expanding its recall for problems with door latches. another 1-and-a- half million vehicles are being recalled at the request of the national highway traffic safety administration. this includes 2013-to-15 ford c- max and ford escapes.. 2012-to-15 ford focus.. 2015 ford mustangs and the lincoln m-k-c.. and 2014-to--16 ford transit connect. a spring in the side door latch of
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door could open while driving. mazda has also announced a recall.. it involves over two-million vehicles to fix a problem with the rear hatch. it includes 2010 to 2013 mazda 3's... 2012 to 2015 mazda 5 vans... some 2013 to 2016 cx-5 and 2016 cx-3 suv's. we have a health alert for you .. dozens of people have gotten hepatitis-a because of an outbreak linked to frozen the c-d-c says 89- people have been sickened in maryland... new york... north carolina... oregon... virginia, west virginia and wisconsin. nearly all of the patients reported drinking smoothies containing strawberries from tropical smoothie caf0. the strawberries were imported from egypt. tropical smoothie caf0 has since switched to a different supplier. the c-d-c still expects additional cases... because hepatitis-a is a highly contagious
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take as long as 50 days to begin after exposure. if you love being the center of attention, this job may be for you. barnum and bailey is looking for a new ringmaster, and there's still time for you to apply. and you can get a first hand look at history. where you can explore vintage airplanes and military jets right here in the valley. a valley middle school goes on lockdown after a mercury spill! from the school's response to the parents behavior as they waited hours for their kids is the topic in the rant tonight..
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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,
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danny tarkanian's out for himself, not us. dccc is responsible for the content of this advertising. vintage aircraft.... on display at the henderson executive airport. the airport is hosting the "commemorative air force airpower history tour". it's a traveling museum of military jets - dating back to world war two.... among them.... the b-29 superfortres bomber - like the one that dropped atomic bombs on hiroshima and nagasaki - effectively ending the war. guests are able to take a close look at the planes - and learn about history. "it's immense fun but it's also an immense responsibility to psas on american history to people who might not know it or particularly care but america saved the world 75 years ago from a bunch of really bad people "
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adults and five dollars for kids. you can visit the exhibit now... through sunday. ever dreamed of running off with the circus? well, you don't have to run far. a worldwide search is underway for ringling brothers to find the next barnum and bailey ringmaster. las vegas is one of the cities where in-person auditions are taking place... and today was the day. the ringmaster serves as ringling bros brand ambassador. they're looking for a man or a woman... who has the charisma to engage with kids and families. "i love entertaining people i love entertaining large groups of people to have a job to do crowd control if you look over here and if you look in the center ring sort of thing i would love to do that. " today's auditions were held at fern adair conservatory. the next auditions will be held in new york and orlando this month. what's a city to do when they realize someone has over
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dolalrs in unpaid parking tickets? we'll show you. but first .. we're on the road with hillary clinton... "this is the day the lord has made, let us rejoice and be glad in it!" (organ and applause) where she used the pulpit to talk to voters today.. and what massage she was sending. and then we take you to new york ... where an important piece of 9-11 history is back where it belongs. you're watching fox5 news at 10.
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. there's a race going on right now. the world's clean energy super power's either going to be germany, china, or us. and i'm going to make sure it's us. first term, to precision manufacturing. we'll beat the competition and create new high wage jobs. we can do this, millions of jobs right here in america.
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parents look for answers as to why their children were kept inside a school .. contaminated with mercury .. for hours yesterday. tonight parents had the chance to meet with school officials .. and the e-p-a to get answers .. it did not go as well as hoped. fox5's miguel martinez valle is live outside of the the school where the meeting was held with more. parents came to jacobson elementary school tonight looking for answers to a lot of questions that they still have after the press conference this morning after officials were trying to give them direction last night and as you're about to see bigger very frustrated when they didn't get any answers. " " clark county school district,
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department, and the epa all came here tonight to try to answer questions parents had. the fire department has said this is the largest contamination incident they've ever had. the school district said they heard about the incident tuesday and they were dealing with it based on what the epa was telling them to do. but what parents wanted to know was when did the mercury spill first happen. how did it get in the school and what do they do if they think their kid might have come home contaminated before the hazmat. randy nattis, epa "if there's a serious concern about that they should bring it tomorrow saturday or sunday pack it up in a black garbage bag put their address and the name on there we might have to take it for a few days because we're going to get overwhelmed it will go through the scanning process and will report back" one parent told me his kid came into contact with the mercury on friday another told me their kid came into contact with it on tuesday both said that the mercury was under the bleachers in the
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with it. in total the epa said nine kids were contaminated. as well as some faculty and administration. official say their biggest concern right now is the health of their students and their families there still investigating the when and where what got the mercury end of the school. mmv ffn ll and to be sure
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you have a child at this school.. classes have been cancelled for tomorrow at walter johnson junior high. last night donald trump spoke in support of russian president vladimir putin during a "commander in chief" forum. today, fox5 sat down with donald trump, junior, the candidate's son closest advisors about his dad's comments. (trump praises putin) according to our intelligence community, probably is the main suspect in the hacking of the dnc computers. nobody knows that for a fact matt lauer is talking about u-s security experts who say evidence point to russian government hackers who compromised u-s political organizations. the fbi also warned about cyberattacks on elections databases... but donald trump continued his praise of the russian
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if he says great things about me, i'm going to say great things about him. i've already said he's a leader. he has a strong control of the country. it's a different system and i don't like the system, but he's been a leader far more than our president has been a leader. another comment is putin is a better leader than president obama, do you agree? i don't know about putin as a leader. i do know putin is going to do what needs to be done for russia. pressed donald trump junior for an answer. do you believe putin is a better leader than obama? i think for russia he's doing a better job for russia than obama is doing for the united states, but i don't know him, i'm not in russia, i don't spend a lot of time there, but i think he's done a good job for the people of his country. on the topic of immigration, this week donald trump said he's not ruling out creating a path to citizenship for
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undocumented immigrants. trump's son told fox5 he doesn't think that's an option. i don't believe any policy has changed that i'm aware of. will there be mass deportations of millions of illegal immigrants here in the united states? i don't know how that happens, but he says people have to go before people come back to this country, they have to come legally. hillary clinton will meet tomorrow with bipartisan military leaders, including general david petraeus and former homeland security secretary, michael chertoff... for a work session on terrorism and national security. democratic nominee hillary clinton addressed the national baptist convention in kansas city, missouri today. the group has been billed as the nation's oldest, and largest, african american religious organization. "and you know better than anyone, that people who look at the african-american community and see only poverty, crime and despair are missing so much. (applause)"
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marked clinton's first visit to missouri since she was nominated. wells fargo has been hit with an 185-million-dollar fine - for opening millions of unauthorized accounts in order to satisfy sales goals. so now, the company fired 53- hundred employees. it's part of an agreement with regulators - wells fargo will also compensate customers who had to pay fees or charges for the accounts. investigators say thousands of employees at wells fargo opened accounts and moved funds that led to charged. former workers say they were under pressure to meet sales goals. with the 15th anniversary of 9- 11 this weekend.. the american flag, raised by firefighters at ground zero in the days after the attack is finally home. it's now on display at the national september 11 memorial and museum in new york. the flag was missing for years but turned up 2 years ago when a man gave it to police in everett, washington. he told them it was given to him by a widow of a 9-11 victim.
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one really knows how the flag travelled across the country to washington state. some shoppers were less than impressed with a florida walmart's tribute for 9-11. take a look at this display. a shopper posted this picture to twitter, and it spread quickly. a walmart spokesman says coca cola usually discusses display ideas with walmart... but this time, the soda company went straight to store management. coca cola says the display was meant to honor local it has taken it down. still ahead tonight ... using drones to deliver burritos! but first .. why the city of portland and 16- thousand dollars just made this mustang the most famous car in the city. and extreme weather tearing across the nation.. especially in enarby arizona where flooding is teh concern tonight. your fox5 weather 24/7 forecast is coming up next
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middle school parents are furious with the way the school and the epa acted after a mercury spill forced a quarantine and lockdown.. but some of the rants are directed.. at the parents. why? find out in the rant coming up!! i pledge allegiance, to the flag [continues in background] they're bringing drugs, they're brigning crime, they're rapists... you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes... blood coming out of her...wherever [pledge continues in background] you gotta see this guy; "oh, i don't know what i said. ah, i don't remember."
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hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. bob kidder, owner, new england shirt company: this factory has been here since eighteen eighty-three. we have 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. you know donald trump says he'll make america great again while
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trouble for some drivers in portland, oregon.. the city is cracking down on drivers with outstanding parking tickets.. and you might say this car deserved to get the first boot the city has used. the driver owes the city more than 16-thousand dollars in unpaid parking tickets! over the last day, the mustang - adorned with warning stickers and teh boot, has become somewhat of an attraction. people have been taking selfies with the car. no word tonight if the owner has paid the fines yet. from the the southwest.. parts of the u-s are reeling tonight after dealing with some extreme weather. including heavy rains and flash flooding. as fox's steve rappoport tells
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wisconsin have been especially hard-hit. from arizona to new mexico... parts of the southwest are recovering after being hit with a month's worth of rain in just six hours... triggering flash flooding. the tropical system responsible is the same system that had been hurricane "newton"... which hit los cabos, mexico hard earlier this week...packing ninety-mile-an-hour winds. (nats) by the time parts of the system first hit arizona wednesday... it was still strong enough to: flood streets, force school closures, and pack wind gusts up to sixty- eight miles an hour. (nats) this type of tropical weather is rare in the southwest. it was a post- tropical cyclone as it crossed into arizona. the last time the state was hit by a tropical cyclone was back in 1997. (nats) meantime, parts of wisconsin have also been seeing heavy rains - and some extreme flooding... closing schools... forcing some people to evacuate homes... and bringing entire communities together to fill
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in this morning, right where the puddle of water is there, that was our parking lot." the city of mayville was especially hard hit. a highway had to be closed there and sandbags used to try and divert flowing water away from homes. macneill says: "it's just a low part of the city. it actually used to be railroad tracks..." flood warnings continued to be issued thursday for the southwestern part of the state. dorsey says: "it's just raining and raining and raining. and it just doesn't want to stop." steve rappoport, fox news. now fox5 weather 24/7, with chief meterologist ted pretty 100 degrees or a degree or two above friday through the weekend. afternoon southwest gusts to 25 mph will be with us on sunday, then stronger gusts to 30 mph for us on monday and tuesday. we'll see cooler air move in also for monday with a high of 96 degrees. tuesday
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right around 90 degrees with lows in the upper 60s. we'll see highs at 100 degrees or a degree or two above friday through the weekend. afternoon southwest gusts to 25 mph will be with us on sunday, then stronger gusts to 30 mph for us on monday and tuesday. we'll see cooler air move in also for monday with a high of 96 degrees. tuesday through thursday our highs will be
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the quarantine and temporary closing of johnson middle school leads the rant .. by now you know the story.. the entire school was locked down after several students were exposed to mercury... turns out it was a bag full of mercury.. not just a thermometer's worth. and while parents are furious with the school and the epa.. some are directing their anger at the parents.. here's why... it's unfortunate that those children had to be locked in the school while they were all tested for mercury exposure, but what's even more unfortunate is the way that their parents left the parking lot of that school. littered with trash.. plastic bottles paper everywhere.. what a shining example you're giving your children. just want to comment on the ridiculous
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johnson junior high.. they never brought out that mercury is only toxic if it's vaporize .. all the garbage that the parents left in the parking lot was more hazardous than the mercury! desherlia says.. i understand parents are upset about the school lock down, but really, the parking lot is disgusting. what's wrong with people not picking up there own trash? debbie believes mercury is harmless...she says.. you have got to be kidding. closing down a school and holding kids
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broken thermometer? has this generation lost their minds!! david also agrees he says.. there isn't a day that goes by that we don't see mercury thermostats in houses for the air-conditioners and years ago they were used and washers as well. we have a caller. i really don't understand what they were doing. i'm 84 years old my dad was a gold miner. we played with mercury when we were little a johnson middle school parent defends the school's percautions ... i just like to point out that although it was a long process and communication was minil least our kids were safe. we were all there for our kids. there was no need to act out the way alot of you did. the situation could have been way worse. be grateful for the precautions and diligence they took to ensure our children's safety. one last caller! the school was reasonable communicating with the parents they also have not only the principal coming out and addressing all the parents waiting in the parking lot, but they also have the person in charge from the epa. giving out explanations of why it was important for them to do the screening on each individual student. we are very grateful that they took all the precautions on screening every single student making sure that they did not bring any mercury to the home. send us your rants to the rant at or call at 702-436- 8285 -- send us your rants to the rant at or call at 702-436- 8285 here's a look at what's coming up... on fox five news
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galaxy note seven. what the federal aviation administration is warning travelers about the smartphones on planes... and how one of the phones destroyed a man's car in florida. and... it's boldy gone where no show has gone before! today marks the 50-th anniversary of "star trek". how it's still impacting fans after all these years. the first game between the denver broncos and the carolina panthers kicks off tonight. it's a superbowl re-match! and it was a close one... but denver came beating the panthers 21 to 20. many people put money on the game at local sportsbooks. the wynn sports book director -- johnny avello -- says the panthers were a three-point favorite. "peyton manning is probably worth about 6 points. so that shows fluctuation if broncos had peyton for game. they would be 3 point favorite. quarterback means a lot in the nfl." sports book director -- johnny avello -- also says
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money during football season... because they have so many fans. he says their team looks good this year... and could be in the hunt for the playoffs. speaking of football.. here's something that could be coming to fans.. stadium delivery! the san francisco 49-ers just announced a new partnership with amazon called prime-now. fans at levi's stadium will be able to order food, drinks, and more and have it delivered within an hour to the parking lot .. just in time for a flying burritos over virginia tech...may sound like a college student's dream. but it will be reality for some later this month when google begins testing drone delivery at the school. students and employees will be able to order chipotle burritos on a special kiosk. they will be made at a chipotle food truck on site -- and then flown to a designated drop-off site. that's where the drones will lower the burritos using a tether. there's an infant
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who will be enjoying a lifetime of free travel. why this single picture .. tells the whole story of his
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finally tonight .. good news about an airline! a newborn baby was awarded a lifetime of free flights after his mother gave birth to him while flying. they were flying on buraq air...a libyan airline. mom was on her way to niger (nee- zjair) from libya when she went into labor. the flight's crew
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.. delivering a healthy baby boy. the mother even named him after the plane's captain.. abdul baset (boss-it). fox5 news at 11, your only local station here for
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live from las vegas it's time for fox5 news at 11. closed captioning will resume shortly and a proposal still in the works for an n-f-l stadium in las vegas... and much discussion surrounds the 750-million dollars of public funding. we'll tell you how much of a hike hotels on the strip could see. this is fox5 news at 11. local las vegas. for a second day -- classes were canceled at walter johnson junior high school... as hazmat crews work to decontaminate the school from a mercury exposure. class is also canceled tomorrow. this is video from last night... as hundreds of parents wait for their kids -- who were kept inside the school for several hours. you can see some parents sleeping on the floor... sitting on chairs...


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