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one man is in custody-- after an early morning homicide. the latest on the investigation-- and the emotional reaction from neighbors. police are meeting with community members -- to talk about ways to help curb a recent spike in violent crime. plus, a suspect is now behind bars -- but a community is still shaken. after five people were gunned down inside a washington mall this is fox5 n one man is behind bars--- after a 30 year old woman was found dead. i'm faith tanner. thanks for joining us. police first got a call from a man... saying someone needed medical help. but when officers got to the home... they found a woman dead from an apparent stab wound. fox5's kathleen jacob is live at the scene... in henderson... after talking to neighbors. kathleen... what
faith.. all of the people that live here in somerset park are like a family. what was clear to me today is that this murder really hit home for a lot of them. 48-year-old michael kaplan is behind bars for this murder... the coroner has not released the name of the woman killed yet...but neighbors say she was a mother of 3... a 7- year-old, a 3 year-old, and a 3 month old. police say three kids those ages were in the home when they arrived at the scene. it's just horrible. (up close crying) it hurts (cries) i just want to hug those kids. neighbors in somerset park are still in shock and disbelief. they seemed like your average normal family. stefane torres woke up to police cars and crime tape covering her block... when she heard police were investigating the murder of her 30- year-old neighbor... her heart sunk. the three month old, he's never gonna know his mom but in pictures.
not have me (crying). police say a man called them around 5 in the morning... asking for medical help... when they arrived... they found a 30-year- old woman dead from what looked like a stab wound. the caller was still at the home... and police arrested him for murder. the three children were taken by child protective services. it was just heart breaking (wipes a tear) , just heart breaking because you know if they were my kids i wouldn't know, i'd just be holding them because they need someone to love them. gonna be pretty quiet for a long time because you know it's a devestating event. again...the man facing charges for this murder is 48-year-old michael kaplan. police are calling this a domestic murder...but say they were never called to the home for a domestic disturbance before this. reporting live...kathleen jacob... fox5 news.. local. las vegas. this is still an open investigation... we'll be following it
know as soon as we get more information. metro police held a community meeting today at the avery park apartments. it's the same place where two men were gunned down earlier this month. officers partnered with victory outreach summerlin for the event. it was an opportunity for police and community partners to talk about reducing crime in the area. metro is already planning more events at the complex... to let folks know they're sticking around for support. in two weeks-- they'll host a childr day and basketball tournament. "it's kind of our job to let the youth know around the neighborhood that we see everything, we hear everything that's going on, and our job is to make sure that they're protected at all costs" two men were shot and killed september sixth at the apartment complex. that's near torrey pines and smoke ranch. it's finally starting to feel like fall out there. but is the cool down here to stay? let's check in with fox five's chief meteorlogist ted pretty with a look at the
we'll see warmer highs on sunday with north gusts to 25 mph. monday afternoon we will be right at 90 degrees with full sun and light breezes. slight chances of showers move in for tuesday afternoon, wednesday and thursday morning. highs will top out in the upper 80s for those days with gusty conditions near any showers or storms that develop. policeav
suspect in the deadly washington state mall shooting. they say 20-year- old arcan cetin is from oak harbor washington. authorities announced earlier that the suspect had been arrested this evening. the gunman opened fire at the cascade mall in burlington washington friday killing four female victims.. and one male before running away. the manhut for the suspect lasted more than 20 hours. police are still investigating the motive behind the shooting. after five straight days of protests-- police in north carolina are finally releasing footage of tuesday's police shooting. fox news correspondent steve harrigan has the latest from charlotte. putney says: "what we're releasing are the objective facts.
releasing dash cam and body cam footage of tuesday's fatal police shooting, after days of public outrage and protests. putney says: what we're giving you is the most complete puzzle that we can without trying the case out in public. the video is still only showing a partial view of the incident that lead to the death of 43- year-old- keith scott. putney says: "the footage itself will not create in anyone's mind -- absolute certainty -- as to what this ca what the outcome should be. " police also releasing photos of the gun they say was recovered at the scene, as well as the ankle holster they say scott was wearing, and drugs found on him. putney says: there is no single piece of evidence that proves all the complexities relative to this case. shortly after the footage was released, scott's family held a press conference reacting
shouldn't have to humanize him in order for him to be treated fairly. what we know and what you should know about him is that he was an american citizen who deserved better. that is our position and it should be yours." there were two pieces of video released by the charlotte police-- one from an officer who did not do the firing, who had a body camera on, the other from a dash board police camera which did show the shooting, but still uncertain from that video whether or not scott was holding a gun. in charlotte north carolina, steve harrigan, fox news crowds fill the streets of downtown las vegas for life is beautiful. we'll take you to day two of the music and art festival community members come together today-- to share their favorite stories of las vegas. plus, an eight year old quickly recognized the signs of a stroke-- and saved her mom's life. her incredible
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"life is beautiful festival." "we're having a blast! we got here around at around 2ish. been checking out the whole place. seeing all the venues and events. i'm totally looking forward to it man. i really want to see j.cole." big artists that hit the stages today were "empire addiction" and "j- cole." festival goer's also got sass- lessons from guest speaker-- rupaul of "rupaul's drag race." this year... "life is beautiful" upped the experience with exclusive food options... performances from "cirque du soleil"... and tons of exclusive new art pieces. families came together to share their stories-- at one of the coolest spots in the valley. people gathered at boneyard park... across the street
museum. the event was hosted by master storytellers from story connection. attendees shared their best las vegas memories. then everyone created a story- bundle keepsake... to hold their favorite works of art. the goal of the event was to promote literacy... and encourage family time. "long after the kids forget the folk tales that we tell them, they're going to remember the stories that their mothers, their fathers, their abuelas, their grandparents told them." "it's a way to connect with people and to bring people together in a convivial atmosphere." about 2-hundred people attended today. the organizers travel to schools and libraries all over the country to host literacy workshops. hillary clinton picks up an endorsement from the new york times' editorial board. the editorial will appear in print tomorrow-- one day before the first presidential debate. the newspaper says clinton's experience as
qualified to shape u-s foreign policy... than her republican challenger, donald trump. the times also backed clinton during the democratic primary fight. donald trump held a campaign rally tonight in roanoke, virginia. the republican presidential nominee called on his supporters-- to be sure to vote on november eighth. trump says: "we have 44 days until the big vote. you have 44 days to make possible every dream you've ever dreamed for yourselves and your one magnificent chance to deliver justice for every forgotten man, woman and child in this nation. the arrogance of washington, d.c. will soon come face-to-face with the righteous verdict of the american worker and voter. believe me, it's enough." the rally comes just two says before what's expected to be a major event in the
trump and hillary clinton will face off in a televised debate monday at hofstra university in new york. millions of people are expected to watch. a tornado touched down at least twice in northern utah. the salt lake city suburbs in weber county-- got significant damage... in two separate incidents. at least two homes are completely destroyed-- and two dozen others are damaged. many cars and sheds also suffered heavy damage-- from falling utility poles and trees-- as well as windswept debris. jensen says: "deputies arrived and numerous calls were coming in with telephone lines falling into houses. falling down and sparking. trees falling into yards and houses it was pretty chaotic." no one was seriously hurt.... but officials say a few people had minor injuries. now fox5 weather 24/7, with chief meterologist ted pretty we'll see warmer highs on sunday
afternoon we will be right at 90 degrees with full sun and light breezes. slight chances of showers move in for tuesday afternoon, wednesday and thursday morning. highs will top out in the upper 80s for those days with gusty conditions near any showers or storms that develop. we'll see warmer highs on sunday with north gusts to 25 mph. monday afternoon we will be right at 90 degrees with full sun and light breezes. slight chances of showers move in for tuesday afternoon, wednesday and thursday morning. highs will top out in the upper 80s for those days with gusty conditions near any showers or storms that
girl in maryland-- knew exactly what to do after her mom suffered a stroke. amazingly-- the girl had just learned how to recognize the warning signs. as tim barber reports-- she ended up saving her mom's life. natsot: a'nasia talking a'nasia loves to talk. natsot; a'nasia talking which is not a bad thing, considering the eight-year old's communication skills saved her mom's life. (a'nasia clayton, saved her mom's life): "she is something very special to me because she is one of my parents." charles county is even giving her an award for it, which she is pretty proud about. (a'nasia clayton, saved her mom's life): "it was like very, very excited." last month, a'nasia and her mom at home, when mom's face started to twitch. (a'nasia clayton, saved her mom's life): "i was confused? i was like, what is wrong." (janee clayton, a'nasia's mom): "it was just me and her in here. and all of a sudden i was like 'a'nasia, i can't feel nothing on my left side. this headache? i don't know what it is.'" natsot: ambulance luckily a'nasia had recently looked up the word "stroke," and she had a hunch
was witnessing. so the eight-year old calmly called 9-1-1. tonight we played the call for a'nasia's mom for the first time. a'nasia:: "hello?" dispatcher: "hello. 911. do you have an emergency?" a'nasia: "i am in the house with my mom, and i think she had a stroke now." (a'nasia clayton, saved her mom's life): "all i remember is her face twitching." dispatcher: "and why do you think she is having a stroke?" a'nasia: "um, because her face is turning to the right."a'nasia: "the door just unlocked it." dispatcher: "alright dear. you are doing a great job. your mom is going to be awful proud of you the way you are helping her out." proud does not even begin to explain it. (janee clayton, a'nasia's mom): "i love you. i love you too." the season of fall-- is officially underway. how one local town is celebrating-- still ahead. and over at sam boyd stadium... the rebels were looking to find their winning ways... instead... they found the idaho
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faithful thought last week was rough.... tonights game will be remembered for a long time...in not a good way...... u-n-l-v entered week four with an opponent that many thought the rebels would roll over with ease.... a nice confidence booster if you will.. heading into conference play next week.... unfortunately for the scarlet idaho vandals turned out to be anything but an automatic win... go to sam boyd stadium..... the rebels 14 point favorites against the visiting vandals... now last week at central michigan...star wide out davante boyd was held without a reception for the first time in his career... but tonight the staff made sure that didn't happen again...an opening game 1st down toss to boyd gains 11 and a u-n-l-v first down... fast forward in the first no score.... rebels on their heels a bit.. johnny stanton trying to erase last weeks tough game... but throws this one right into the
that's a 31 yard pick six.. idaho up 7-0... jump to the second.. down 10.... the rebels respond with a 6 play 66 yard drive.. capped by a lexington thomas three yard scamper.... but like rocky in every movie.. idaho would not go down... they storm back with a nine play 75 yard drive... aaron duckworth..quack s the u-n-l-v defense...untouch ed for a 17-7 roadies lead... i can on what tony sanchez was saying at half...but whatever it is.. it wasn't as harsh.. thanks to this johnny stanton - marc phillipi connection just before break... u-n-l-v trailed by three at the break.... this thing would actually go into overtime.... and it may be difficult to see on this video... but the rebels kicked a field goal... and the vandals scored a t-d... handing tony sanchez and the
losses to date...33-30 in overtime... "closed captioning will resume shortly " back closer to campus....it's been a season of program bests for rebels volleyba their best start in school history with a 12-1 mark... and their 8-0 home record ranks only second to last years 10-0 home start... go to the cox pavilion.... the scarlett and gray with their sites set on re- writing the the record books once more... but first u-n-l-v had to get past the lady falcons of air force... and it was tight early on..... but u-n-l-v would pull away.. sadie stutzman with a little drop shot of sorts...one of 11 kills for her on the day... a little later... check out alexis patterson...throwi ng a block party near the net.... and no falcon is invited.... u-n-l-v flexing
muscle... then showing their offensive finesse... patterson paints the line... rebels take the first set 25-23.... and they would cruise the rest of the way... a three set sweep... u-n-l-v improve their home record to 9-0... the presidential election-- is almost one month away. we'll show you how some ballots are screened to help prevent voter fraud. closed captioning will resume shortly the more the merrier--- organizers of a local event hope to make all kids
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a 30-year-old woman is dead-- and police have one man in custody for the murder. fox5's kathleen jacob is live at the scene... in henderson... after talking to neighbors. kathleen... what did they have to say? faith neighbors here are devestated. the coroner hasn't released the woman's identity to us yet... but the people who live here say she was a mother of 3... a 7-year-old, a 3-year-old and a 3-month-old. here's what we know so far. police say this man... 48-year-old michael kaplan called police around 5 this morning saying someone needed medical attention. when police arrived... they found a 30-year- old women dead from an apparent stap wound. they arrested the caller... who was still at the home.. and he's been
as of now they have not released what the relationship was between kaplan and the 30-year- old woman... but they are calling this a domestic incident. three children were in the home when police arrives... they've been taken into child protective services. it hurts (cries) i just want to hug those kids. it was just heart breaking (wipes a tear) , just heart breaking because you know if they were my kids i wouldn't know, i'd just be holding them because they need someone to love them. police say they've never been called to this home before for anything domestic... and neighbors say they never noticed anything off. again... the coroner has not released the identity of the woman... they're waiting to notify next of kin. they also don't know what events led to this murder... but that is all something we'll be keeping an eye on. reporting live...kathleen jacob...fox 5 news.. local. las vegas. this is still an open investigation... we'll be following it closely. and we'll let you know as soon as
a local mom noticed a special group of kids weren't getting invited to birthday parties-- so she decided to do something about it! for the past three years.. heather raasveld has turned her son-- hudson's-- birthday party... into an inclusive celebration for kids with special needs. she reaches out to special education classrooms--- and hospitals to invite as many kids as she can. the party gives them the opportunity to have some fun and feel special. "it makes me happy knowing that children are all together being children. they're not looking at each other differently. they're starting off their lives just
and learning that there are differences in the world." there's usually a split between normal developing kids... and kids facing challenges like down syndrome... autism... and cancer. for a lot of them-- it's their first party ever. the town of pahrump is celebrating the season change with it's 50-th annual fall festival. the four day festvial started thursday and continues to tomorrow. there's food...games...ride s....a rodeo...and even fire dancers. today... traffic in the tiny town came to hault-- as neighbors stopped to watch the parade. you can still check out the pahrump fall festival tomorrow-- from eleven to five. a new food festival is showcasing henderson restaurants in a small neighborhood. the family friendly event called decadence... was held at the cadence community's central park. neighbors were treated to tasty bites like these from rachel's kitchen... hank's fine steaks... and the oyster bar.
the playground and splash pad... while mom and dad could take part in a beer and wine tasting. one woman got the suprise of her life-- when a pizza delivery driver--- accidently gave her thousands of dollars in cash. how she's being rewarded for the way she handled it. thousands of swimmers hit the water for a good cause. we'll explain why they took the plunge. your fox5 weather 24/7 forecast is coming up next you're watching fox5 news at 10. local. las vegas.
from taking place. police say they were acting on the orders of a government minister-- who says events like this are illegal. more than a hundred lesbian... gay... bisexual and transgender activists turned up for the event. most of the people were ordered to board minibuses and were then escorted by police. police blocked organizers from staging the event... at two locations outside the capital. just last month-- ugandan police raided a gay pride event held in a kampala nightclub. nearly were arrested. they said they don't want to engage into that, they just have orders. and so i told them, 'cause they told me to go and tell my people to leave, i said 'i'm not going to tell them to leave. if you want them to leave you go and tell them yourselves. because for me, i told them to come here and celebrate pride. homosexuality is criminalized in uganda. two years ago, uganda's president signed an anti-gay bill-- that originally proposed the death penalty for people who
a court later threw the law out. thousands of swimmers suited up for a good cause in london today. four-thousand people took part in swim serpentine. its a two -day open water swimming festival in london's hyde park. swimmers came from all over the world be a part of the one-mile swim. "yess says: "the water wasn't that cold so it felt really good to be there, and the sunshine and all the trees around you makes you just keep going." the event raised thousands of dollars for charities... including the make a wish foundation. folks in cedar rapids-- iowa are spending their weekend stocking up on supplies and sandbags-- as they prepare for more flooding. the national weather service has issued a flood warning for the area. storms tonight into sunday are expected to bring more heavy rain. rising waters forced road closures. and officials predict homes
flood. people in several communities are being told to evacuate. the request is not mandatory-- but it's highly encouraged-- as more rain continues to fall in the region. now fox5 weather 24/7, with chief meterologist ted pretty we'll see warmer highs on sunday with north gusts to 25 mph. monday afternoon we will degrees with full sun and light breezes. slight chances of showers move in for tuesday afternoon, wednesday and thursday morning. highs will top out in the upper 80s for those days with
or storms that develop. we'll see warmer highs on sunday with north gusts to 25 mph. monday afternoon we will be right at 90 degrees with full sun and light breezes. slight chances of showers move in for tuesday afternoon, wednesday and thursday morning. highs will top out in the upper 80s for those days with gusty conditions near any showers or storms that develop. we'll see warmer
a woman who ordered some chicken wings... from a pizza delivery store couldn't believe it when she opened up the box. instead she saw thousands of dollars in cash. chris reports on what happened-- when she tried to give the money back. at the spacetel wireless store in san jose...manager "selena avalos" says it's a lunch order from domino's pizza that she'll never forget... spacetel manager) "when i opened this box, i'm thinking they're breadsticks." but instead, it was a different type of dough... cash... and lots of it.... (selena avalos/ spacetel manager) "i'm a manager myself, and i do deposits, so i assumed right away it was their deposits." nearly five- thousand dollars that was supposed to go to the bank... (selena avalos/ spacetel manager) "this one i was like, no way, i opened another one, and there are more amount." who should she call? what was she supposed to do? a number of questions running through her head...
it, it's a crazy amount of money, it's not like it's $20 you find, you know. it's almost $5,000." so that tuesday afternoon, she called the downtown domino's store where she had placed her order... hoping to get in touch with a manager... but no one called back... (selena avalos/ spacetel manager) "wouldn't they be thinking, where did that money go? right away. or, maybe the next day, but three days later, nothing? it's crazy." without a response... selena turned to us for help... we got in touch with corporate who connected her with the franchise owner... as a rew be getting free pizza for an entire year. and her employer -- spacetel a cricket authorized retailer is giving her one week off with pay for her honesty. selena says she'll never look at chicken wings or breadsticks the same... the rebels had a heartbreaker at sam boyd stadium.... hear what tony sanchez had to say after u-n-l-v's overtime loss to idaho.. if you missed a story or want to re-watch one... just download
we've got all our videos--- and you can watch the newscast live... the fox5 app is free in the app store. i'm catherine cortez masto and i approve this message. they're bringing drugs, they're bringing crime, they're rapists. narrator: and joe heck says "i have hi beme psiden" i don't know what i said, aah... narrator:
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(( sports anim )) if there was ever a time for the rebels to find their swagger...to find some confidence..to find a win... it was tonight....against idaho... and with all do respect to the squad up in moscow.. the vandals were a very beatable team.... but they would not be b tonight...... after winning the toss..idaho elected to play defense in the overtime period first... they forced u-n- l-v to kick a field goal.... then when it was their turn to get the ball... they took just five plays to find their winner... the rebels drop their third straight... first of the season at home.. 33-30 to idaho... after the game tony sanchez.. called this one embarrassing... "closed captioning will resume shortly
first seven.. he finished saturday tied for third at six under.... two strokes behind leaders kevin chappel and dustin johnson....who both sit eight under heading into sunday... go to citi field.... mets come in winners of two straight.. taking on the phillies in game three of four... now start in the fifth.. new york spotting philadelphia a 10 run lead... but here comes the mets... gavin check-ini grounds into the fielders choice... lucas duda scores on a throwing error.. 10-1 phillies... bottom sic... down six now... it's the former 51 gavin check- ini..again...doubles to center field...scores his las vegas teammate michael conforto..that's check-ini' s first major league hit... mets down five.... bottom eight now.. guess who is back at the dish.... gavin check- ini....my fellow italian..orders another double double....with another r-b-i... former 51 t-j river also with a pair of rbi's... but the mets comeback falls short.. they lose.. 10-8... penn state kicker
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our lives, narrator: in 2008, joe heck called nevada's housing crisis "a blip on the radar." that's just how out of touch joe heck is. giving tax breaks to big banks, he took over $500,000 from wall street-- including banks who caused the housing crisis. and families like mine get left behind. narrator: afscme people is responsible
what kind of person would misuse the topic of rape in a political campaign? joe heck, that's who. the truth is, as attorney general, catherine cortez masto led the fight against crimes like sexual assault and worked with republicans and democrats to make sure rape kits were administered for victims. but in washington, congressman joe heck voted against funding for rape kits. joe heck. lying about rape. part of the problem in washington. i'm catherine cortez masto and i approve this message. don't let dust and allergens get between you and life's beautiful moments. flonase gives you more complete allergy relief. most allergy pills only control one inflammatory substance. flonase controls 6. and six is greater than one. flonase changes everything.
of sniffing everything... where is this going? where is this going? sometimes, it can t-v reporter--- especially when you're dealing with animals. take reporter ashley jacobs... in san diego. she was at the san diego zoo friday--- when she came face-to-face with a very friendly baby giraffe. the giraffe licked her from head to toe-- and then licked his lips in front of the camera when he was done. thanks for joining us for fox five news at ten.
what kind of person would misuse the topic of rape in a political campaign? joe heck, that's who. the truth is, as attorney general, catherine cortez masto led the fight against crimes like sexual assault and worked with republicans and democrats to make sure rape kits were administered for victims. but in washington, congressman joe heck joe heck. lying about rape. part of the problem in washington. i'm catherine cortez masto
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