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eisenhour turned out to be a trip to the emergency room. "she shows me her elbow, it's extremely swollen, she's crying still, she told me it happened at recess." marki says around 11 lleylan was sent to the office instead of the nurse..because she says as of last week coral academy on nellis air force base did not have a full time nurse on hand. which as a charter school they are not required by law. "it happened to be the attendance lady, who told her she was fine and go back to class, twice." for three plus hours, lleyan was forced to stay in class till the final bell rang..in pain...with what doctors later told marki was a fractured elbow. "we were shocked she went on for the rest of the school day, i would at least expect a note, at the very least or a phone call, because we give our emergency contact information at the beginning of the year." marki even said she tried contacting lleyans teacher directly on dojo. an app that allows instant communication
but for more than a week..silence. "it's upsetting because i feel like lleyan was in pain, for a long time and i'm scared for the other kids at this point, because there isn't a nurse there, they're using their office staff to help tend to the kids." but in a statement, vox solid communications said on behalf of coral academy: "coral academy of science at nellis currently has a full-time nurse on staff. in this particular case, the student was not in distress, nor did she have any discoloration, etc. we have since resolved the incident with the student's parents and no further action is needed." marki says shes scared and hesitant to even send her little girl to school. because she doesn't know in what shape she will come home. "i'm scared everyday, i don't hear anything, i even reached out to her teacher if she could have a little buddy for her because she has a broken arm now, like is anyone going to help her, i don't know, it's worrisome, no there was no
now after getting that email.. i called the school to confirm if they did have a full time school nurse.... they said yes... i asked when was the nurse hired...they would not give me that information.... now the mother you just heard...told me as of last tuesday they were still in the process of hiring a nurse.... and she says if they did indeed hire one...parents have yet to be notified.... in the newsroom...vince sapienza...fox-5 news..local..las vegas... a woman is trying to get by without her car... after it was stolen from her in front of her 4 year old daughter. the robber had a knife and a gun...
dropping off her little girl at daycare. fox5's adam herbets spoke to family... and joins us live from where it happened -near boulder station. the mom doesn't blame the neighborhood or the daycare.... she just blames the guy who attacked her as she was getting out of her car right in this area. she says it was almost 5 in the morning... she was on her way to work... and she didn't want to give up her car, until she saw the guy had a knife... and a gun. at that point she said look, my 4 year old baby girl is the most important thing. she didnt want to take any chances, so she gave him her keys. take a look -- this is the car we're looking for. its a 2016 hyundai elantra. she just bought it a couple months ago. the license plate is 89b 541 and now mom is just trying to figure out how to explain this to her little girl... who saw the whole
"she keeps asking me why did the bad man take your car and i don't know. i don't know hwy. that's not my car. that's mommy's car. that's right. do you think they're going to get mommy's car back? yeah,. yeah. we're going to get the car back." in response to all of this -- everybody is stepping up security in this area. there are going to be more lights. more cameras. the security at the casino is going to step up their patrols. mom says she thinks the guy who robbed her was actually at the casino, and now theyre working with metro to go through surveillance video and find this guy. of course if you see the car -- please call the police. we're live at the daycare. adam herbets. fox5 news local las vegas. a person is dead -
mountain-view hospital - with stab wounds. metro the person arrived at the hospital just be afternoon. when officers arrived - the person was already dead. a second person - who may have a connection to the first - was also treated at the hospital - for injuries that aren't known at this time. police say they are investigating a scene near washington and rancho that may be connected. the identity of the man shot by an angry customer inside a valley starbucks sunday is 41-year-old aleksandr khutsishvili we are learning more about him.. and the suspected shooter.
jacob is live at that starbucks which reopened this afternoon... and has new details from the arrest report for pedro garcia. guys.... there is a lot in this report. we now know garcia ordered a bottle of water.. when his card didn't work.. the person working the drive through told him to go ahead and go on through. he then parked and walked into the starbucks where he shot 41- year-old kut-zek feely. the report describes the 9-1-1 call that garcia made to police. he reported that he did shoot a man because that man appeared to be reaching for something... he also requested medical help. when the dispatcher tried to get more information... the report says garcia can be heard saying 'go for it dog', i'm not gonna tell you again.' dispatch also heard garcia say
that's when the dispatcher told him to put the gun down and walk outside to officers. garcia exited and was taken into custody. the report goes on to describe witness interviews who were told to get on the ground... and who saw garcia take 3 shots. garcia told police he had had 3 beers that day but had not taken any drugs. according to the report garcia also told police he saw a man stand up and reach for something and then another man shot him... garcia told police that's when he fled and he does not have a cell phone or a gun. when police told garcia he may be identified on video... he said he would say he didn't remember shooting anyone. reporting live...kathleen
according to garcia's facebook... he went to rancho high school. all we know about the victim is that aleksandr khutsishvili once lived downtown... and is a 41-year- old male, we're working to find out more about him now. a 63-year-old man charged with sex trafficking and child prostitution was in court today. police say david coil lured young girls through craigslist... into a sex trafficking ring he ran out of his home. today he waived his right to a preliminary trial. his next stop is district court where he can face a jury or attempt more negotiations. the judge repeated several times that coil will not be able to come back to the clark county court room. "is the jury optional? or required?" thats something you need to talk to your attorney about whether you waive your right to a jury or not. that's some issue that you've got to discuss with your attorney. all i'm letting you know is, there's no negotiations. coil was arrested back in may.
court this thursday. boyd gaming says it has formally completed its acquisition of the aliante resort in north las vegas. the company now has ten properties in southern nevada. no major changes are planned any time soon. however - the casino will now be part of the boyd gaming race and sports hub... with boyd gaming betting lines. aliante is expected to soon be part of the boyd gaming's nationwide loyalty program. toss to weather slight shower chances move in overnight into wednesday and remain through thursday night into friday. a few hundredths of an inch are possible with gusty conditions at times near storms. we'll see a high of 87 on wednesday, then a high of 88 on thursday. we'll be back to the 90s on friday and saturday with cooler air expected sunday through tuesday in the mid-80s. southwest gusts to 30 mph will move
sunday afternoons. is the phrase "blue lives matter"... racist? why a walmart bakery refused to is the phrase "blue lives matter"... racist? why a walmart bakery refused to make a cake... for a police officer's retirement party. a new 53-hundred seat theater... is getting ready to open on the strip. who will be the first to play the brand new venue. you're watching
district attorney steve wolfson: as district attorney, i've prosecuted a lot of violent people. our background check laws have stopped over 5,000 dangerous criminals from buying guns here in nevada. but a loophole makes it easy
for those same dangerous people to buy guns. they get it's a dangerous loophole. closing it will save lives. let's make it harder for criminals, safer for us.
asked walmart to bake a cake... for her father's retirement party from the police
department. she says she was shocked - when the store's bakery refused to make a cake that said "blue lives matter". "she said i'm not sure because it could be perceived as racist. i finally spoke with the cake decorator she said i don't feel comfortable making this. i said ok what if we just make the black line the blue cake with the black stpe she still said she didn't feel comfortable so she would talk to the manager to see if they were allowed." the woman says she was stunned - after the store manager backed up the bakery - refusing her order. she met with a walmart store manager the next day - who agreed to make the cake - after the story broke on social media. "once he said that he would make it he asked me if i wanted writing on it. i said
"blue lives matter" on it. he said none of the cake decorators were comfortable making it and so him or his assistant manager would have to make the cake and that's what ended up happening." a walmart corporate spokesperson issued a written statement saying - quote - "our goal is to always take care of customers. but, sometimes we misstep. we're glad we were able to connect with the family to apologize and make this right." the woman says she can't believe it was an issue in the first place. a military veteran returns from overseas... and is reunited with his best friend... his beloved dog... "i just couldn't give him up he's such a good dog you know and on top of that when i did my research and found his foster parents." army specialist perry wang was deployed for 15 months to iraq and kuwait. so he left his dog "zeus" in the care of the arizona humane society - who helped match the canine up with foster parents. the program is called "project active duty". : "i'm a veteran too
air force so doing this... is great." "yeah perry did his service for the country and were doing our service for him with his dog." foster parents say it's easy to fall in love with pets while their owners are deployed... and while these two will miss "zeus" - they say they're happy to see him reunited with his owner. storms have led to heavy flooding in the midwest and parts of the south. iowa has been the hardest hit - with thousands of people having to leave their homes. and in texas - roads are cl due to high waters. kelly wright has more. hundreds more people leave their homes along rivers in iowa... due to rising flood waters and evacuation orders... including in cedar rapids where homes and businesses are threatened. pomeranz says: "public safety is what's most important right now so as you've all heard there is an evacuation order. what we're asking for is that the citizens stay away from inundation area." thousands have already left their homes. iowa's governor has toured the flood damage... and plans to make a request for federal dollars for the
learned a long time ago as governor if you have a disaster in your state try to get there as soon as you can reassure people provide the assistance that's needed." officials are monitoring several bridges along the rivers... with one bridge closed in cedar rapids. schultz says: "even though the water may be lower than what the bridge is, the logs and debris that are floating down the river could have branches and sticks sticking up higher than the log." but many believe the preparations have worked. jelinek says: "we just believe what the city has done down here. they've done a great job with t the berms down here that we're not going to have the trouble." the same storm system stretched down to texas... with heavy rain washing out roads... including in san antonio ... where seven inches of rain caused flash flooding monday morning. mos says: "the water was coming so quickly that a lot of people were trapped in areas that weren't barricaded," (on-cam tag) forecasters say texas could see more rain through tuesday ...
expected to enjoy mostly clear skies through the rest of the week. in new york, kelly wright, fox news. now fox5 weather 24/7, with chief meterologist ted pretty slight shower chances move in overnight into wednesday and remain through thursday night into friday. a few hundredths of an inch are possible with gusty conditions at times near storms. we'll see a high of 87 on wednesday, then a high of 88 on thursday. we'll be
friday and saturday with cooler air expected sunday through tuesday in the mid-80s. southwest gusts to 30 mph will move through the area on saturday and sunday afternoons. slight shower chances move in overnight into wednesday and remain through thursday night into friday. a few hundredths of an inch are possible with gusty conditions at times
the park theater outs mobile arena is getting ready to open in just a few short months.... and the first perfomer is locked in. stevie nicks of fleetwood mac will kick off openning night on december 17-th. pre-sale tickets are on sale this friday. the new park theater will seat 53 hundred people....and show off a forty by eighty foot l-e-d wall. more acts at the theater will be announced on later dates. you see them in every big casino... the "wheel of fortune" slot machine. now - the trend setting game... is being honored... by
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g-2-e.. is back in las vegas this week. it's taking place at the sands expo center. that's where the president of the american gaming association held his annual state of gaming conferenceod one of the major topics focused on legalizing sports betting in the u-s. geoff freeman
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your only choice for live local news right now. with emmy award winner john huck. christine maddela. and weather 24/7 with chief meteoroligist ted pretty. this is fox5 news at 5:30. local las vegas. thanks for joining us for your only local news at 5:30. let's get you up to date with the latest local headlines. a person is dead - after being dropped off at mountain-view hospital - with stab wounds. metro the person arrived at the hospital just before 12-30 this afternoon. when officers arrived - the person was already dead. a second person - who may have a connection to the first - was also treated at the hospital - for injuries that aren't known at this time. police say they are investigating a scene near washington and rancho that may be connected. a starbucks in the southwest valley - is back open.... two days after a man was shot and killed inside. the coroner says the victim... 41- year-old aleksandr khutsishvili