tv FOX5 News This Morning FOX October 5, 2016 4:30am-5:00am PDT
i'm dave hall. now it's time to get a first look at your fox5 weather 24-7 forcast... les krifaton joins us now. dry cool and weather continues wednesday. we will experience occasional breezy conditions as a weak disturbance in the upper levels of the atmosphere stirs up some winds late in the afternoon and evening. as the trough moves east thursday it will cool slightly. then temperatures will warm up to seasonal values as
scene on the debate stage last night. mike pence and tim kaine repeatedly speaking over one another. at times, the moderator seemed almost powerless in her efforts to stop the candidates from brickering with each other. this was pence and kaine's one- and-only debate. this morning analysts are weighing in with their reactions. fox's caroline shively has more from longwood university in virginia.
tax returns?" pence says: "...his tax returns showed he went through a very difficult time, but he used the tax code just the way it's supposed to be used." but governor pence fired back again and again. pence says: "so senator, this insult driven campaign? that's small potatoes compared to hillary clinton calling half of donald trump's supporters a basket of deplorables." however, some democrats say pence was dodging kaine's questions. fallon says: "what was notable i thought was that mike pence was sort those points." meantime, republicans are calling pence the clear winner. conway says: "i imagine the clinton campaign would also, and the pundits would also be saying, 'these vice presidential debates never really matter now, do they?" next up... donald trump and hillary clinton will face off in the second presidential debate sunday night in saint louis. at longwood university in virginia, caroline shively, fox news.>> there's no question about it, the debate's moderator lost control of the nominees tuesday night. a new cnn/orc poll shows that...
people say pence won the debate. while 42-percent say kaine did. we asked fox5 viewers who they thought won the debate. our viewers say mike pence was the clear winner. pence recieved almost three- times the support as democratic vice presidential nominee tim kaine. donald trump will be talking with supporters at the henderson pavilion today. the event starts at 11:30. doors open at 8:30. trump will speat at a rally in reno later today. politicians often call for support from other public figures on the campaign trail. but do those endorsements really matter to voters? we sent fox5's miguel martinez- valle to events and watch parties all across the valley to find out.
in las vegas campaigning for hillary clinton ... grant simanton, " hillary supporter" "there are people in positions of power who are in the public i that are willing to step in front of hillary and say that this is the direction our country needs to go in" the high profile support didn't stop there... the clinton stronger together rally also brought in political figures like catherine cortez masto and senator elizabeth warren rick white, hillary supporter " i'm a huge fan of a bernie sanders guy that's now totally behind hillary" the chance to see warren or teigan and legend really got some people excited and while trumps campaign has also featured high profile supporters, greg baylor from the nevada republican party says the focus should be on nevadans, not the guest stars greg baylor, executive director nevada republican party . "getting out celebrities and doing things to artificially create excitement that's not what it's about we have folks in our offices that are
part of that difference... hosting watch parties for events like the vice presidential debate and while the celebrity appearance at the clinton watch party may have helped bring in the crowd both sides had regular voters proclaiming their support for their candidates hall man, trump supporter "the biggest thing i like about what donald's done he's really not a big knick out of pc" christian jones , hillary supporter "i know there's a lot of things that he said about different races and women and stuff like that and i just can't can find myself supporting anyone like that so i'm leaning more so side" miguel martinez valle fox5 news local las vegas>> we spoke with people at both of tuesday night's watch parties. they kept saying how excited they were to see how much political attention las vegas is getting so far. the third and final debate will be held right here in las vegas. clinton and trump will take the stage at the thomas and mack center at u-n-l-v. fox's chris wallace will moderate the event. it starts at 6 p-m
here in clark county, more democrats are registered to vote than republicans. according to the clark county election page, the democrats have around a 130-thousand voter advantage over the republicans. statewide, almost 1-point-4 million nevadans are now registered to vote. and it looks like more nevadans are not aligning with a political party. registered non- partisans now account for 20- percent of the voter base. there is still time to register or update your information. voters have until register by mail, or october 18th to register in person and online. you can find registration information on the links page of our website, fox five vegas dot com. a local grandmother was shot in the head and left in the middle of the street, and police say her grandson pulled the trigger. police say the woman and her grandson were fighting inside a home near lake mead and rampart tuesday evening. all of a sudden,
ran out into the street, her grandson followed. that's when police say he shot her in the head. the shooting sparked an hours-long standoff with the armed suspect. the 40-year-old man finally surrendered around 8 last night. he is now being charged with murder with a deadly weapon. the former boulder city animal control supervisor, accused of killing dogs illegally has pleaded guilty. mary jo frazier's plea will allow her to avoid a trial. back in march-- she pleaded not guilty to animal cruelty charges. she is facing time in jail or probation. frazier moved to oregon after leaving boulder city. in national news. a community came together in superhero gear to say goodbye to a little boy killed on a south carolina playground. the theme was superheroes, because jacob hall's mother says he always wanted to save people from danger. jacob was shot last wednesday at townville elementary
left for recess. another student and a teacher were also shot. the suspect is in custody and is being charged with murder and attempted murder... thousands gathered to celebrate the life of golfing legend arnold palmer. "(music)" the golfing great died last month... at the age of 87. a private funeral was held for loved ones last week. palmer's family held a public service on tuesday in palmer's home town of latrobe, pennsylvania. phil mickelson and most of the u-s team were at the service. fellow golfing great jack nicklaus addressed the mourners. "today i hurt just like you. you don't lose a friend of almost 60 years and not feel an enormous loss. remember when arnold palmer touched your life....touched your heart. and please, don't forget why."
won 62 titles on the p-g-a tour. he was considered one of the greatest players in the sport's history. taylor swift is getting ready for super bowl 51. the pop star will headline an at&t sponsored party the night before the big game. the sier gig is part of a multi-year deal with the telecommunicatio ns company. a 64-thousand square-foot venue is being built for swift. the big game is taking place in houston this year. you can catch it right here on fox five on february 5th. looking to get away!? now's your chance! southwest is slashing prices across the board. when you can
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cancer on my spinal chord. but i spent my whole life fighting back. so you can imagine what i thought when i saw donald trump say... "i don't know what i said, ah, i don't remember!" "that reporter he is talking about suffers from a chronic condition that impairs movement of his arms." i don't want a president who makes fun of me. i want a president who inspires me, and that's not donald trump. priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising. there's the nevada way. work hard. play by the rules. pay your taxes. and then there's the danny tarkanian way. penalized for failing to pay thousands in property taxes.
thousands of students and their parents will be walking to school, to promote the importance of both physical activity and pedestrian safety. last year i joined the kids over at twitchell elementary school and it was a blast! the fun event helps build community connections and bring attention to the opportunities and barriers associated with walking and biking. we will be back out there this morning. drivers make sure you are extra careful this morning. there will be a lot of extra footra our valley roads. ((anchor chat))
october is mental health awareness week. its a time for experts to shine a light on mental illness in our communities. data shows that about one in 5 americans live with a mental illness. thats around 50- million people. the most common disorders are depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, dementia, and schizophrenia. experts say early signs can include being distant, extreme highs or lows, sleeping too
abuse and suicidal thoughts. the key to getting better is getting the proper care ... and getting educated to fight the stigma. the f-d-a sends out a warning to parents after reports of teething products triggering seizures in children. there have been reports that homeopathic teething tablets and gels are causing the problem. they're usually purchased over- the-counter at pharmacies... reil online. the f-d-a recommends families stop using them immediately... and start turning to other solutions like clove oil mixed with olive oil... or a frozen tea- soaked cloth. doctors say massaging a baby's upper lip can also help calm irritation. a local organization is helping babies born too early return home to their families. this friday, some of the top chefs in las vegas will be whipping up a feast to help
our own ted pretty will be emceeing the "march of dimes" signature chef's event." this "take 5 to care" event will be held at green valley ranch at 6- 30 friday night. the latest gadget from google is about to hit the market. it's called "google home". it's similar to amazon's "echo" hands-free and operates devices with voice commands. it can also play music with "spotify"... "pandora"... and other streaming services. "google home" will suggest driving direio google maps... and answer questions using sources like wikipedia. in the kitchen - it prepares shopping lists and sets multiple timers. orders are now being taken for "google home". it costs nearly 130 dollars - which is about 50 less than "echo" and will be in homes november 4-th. southwest's fares are falling! the airline is in the middle of its 72-hour sale right now, and you could score a bargain! the semi-annual sale offers
tickets for less than 100-dollars. one-way flights begin at 49-dollars... and increase to 79, 99 or 129-dollars ...depending on distance. holidays are blacked out the sale ends thursday at midnight. a special education teacher shares her special day with her students. how these students made her big day, extra special.
teacher invited her entire class to be her flower girls and ring bearers! and when this bridal party came down the aisle... there were very few dry eyes in the crowd. check out these pictures... "kinsey french" is a special-ed teacher. her students were thrilled to be a part of their teacher's special day... especially
to hit the dance floor! plenty more straight ahead on fox5 news this morning... including.. donald trump is headed to the valley.. where you can catch him.. and why both candidates keep coming back. plus its world teacher day! and we want to see your photos with your favorite teachers. horner: i was proud to stand for our country. i will not stand for congressman hardy
and said seniors who rely on programs like social security are a draw on government and the disabled are a drain on society. and then there's donald trump. they're just not for us. dccc is responsible for the content of this advertising. jacky rosen: i'm jacky rosen, and as a computer programmer, i created apps... before they were called "apps" and i learned there's always a smart solution.