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about 130 miles per hour with even stronger gusts... and the high waves and heavy rain are expected to cause flooding. buelterman says: "we're talking up to eleven feet of storm surge. that's catastrophic. that's the type of situation where people drowned and there will be no one to help them because we cannot put out first responders at risk." georgia hasn't seen a hurricane in decades. deloach says: "we haven't had anything of this magnitude come around in a long time. it's a first time for a lot of people." after south carolina... the hurricane is expected to move out to sea. in savannah, georgia, caroline shively, fox news.>> help is pouring in from across the nation, incuding right here in las vegas. a local volunteer is heading to the east coast to do her part. "people that need help-- i can't even imagine what to expect. " rockee nelson has been volunteering for the red cross since april. she and another volunteer are
expected to warm between 4 to 8 degrees across southern nevada. over the weekend some clouds will drift into our area as a result of a series of weak upper level lows. one of those lows will trigger some showers in arizona sunday. temperatures will stay above seasonal through most of next week with the warmest high monday at 90. good morning. here's a look at your fox5 traffic solutions let's begin with your drive here are the accidents to watch out and alternate routes you can use listed on our maps here are the construciton areas
listed on our maps back to the news desk here's a look at your fox5 traffic solutions let's begin with your drive here are the accidents to watch out an routes you can use listed on our maps here are the construciton areas to look out for and alternate routes listed on our maps back to the news desk
news, a man was hit and killed by a train on the tracks in north las vegas, and police say he shouldn't have been on the tracks in the first place. it happened last night near lake mead and the eye- 15. police say the man was trespassing when he was hit. the coroner will release the man's identity. the north las vegas fire department mourning the loss of one of their own. captain yaphet miller was a 22 year veteran of the north las vegas fire department. captain miller died wednesday following a medical emergency. fox5's christine madella spoke with his friend and fellow first responder about the loss.
him cedric williams told us about captain miller's last fire fight. a 3 alarm fire near rancho and washington but when he started talking about captain yaphet miller, the man, and uh, (clears throat) his friend... (wiping tears) give me half a second. he made a difference. he was a big guy with a soft heart, and uh, he made a difference. we loved him as that. it was a tough loss for all of us captain miller leaves behind his wife nickey and two children... as well as the child he saved from a fire in 2007. this child, whom he held a few weeks later. but captain miller didn't want his picture in the paper. that was capt miller, he didn't want accolades, he didn't care at north las vegas fire you see the words "our city, our people, our duty". you now also see the solid black mourning band over the badge. this dept, this city, this country has lost one of its best christine madella fox5 news local las
captain miller's death is considered to have happened in the line of duty because he was working the three alarm fire before the medical episode. funeral arrangements are still being made. a candlelight vigil will be held tonight for the pahrump woman killed by a suspected drunk driver. christine weir's fiance brian choiniere was driving her to work on september 24th, when police say ashley winn ran a red light and hit their car. weir died. her fiance was hospitalized with serious injuries. brian is now out of the hospital. tonight, he will join christine's family and loved ones at the scene of that horrific crash to remember her life. tonight's vigil
on bail. she is due back in court later this month. as state lawmakers prepare for the special session on nfl stadium funding. mayor carolyn goodman continues to push for it to be built -- in downtown las vegas. "we know we have a perfect site down at cashmen. so we keep hoping that because it's in the heart of the city, the community accesss is there, timing is there. the infrastructure is already in, we have sewer we have everything!" " mayor goodman to consider cashman field as an option for the stadium. but goodman says regardless of where it is built, she supports the n-f-l stadium. fox five will be covering the special session, which starts monday morning at eight a-m. be sure to tune in for all of the latest developments out of carson city. the runnin' rebels are getting ready
season. "we're in the learning stages but you know, i'm excited. i am excited about the kids we brought in. i am excited about the support that the town gives this team. it's a different platform for me, a different level so i'm all in and ready to get after it." "valley bank of nevada" hosted the 6-th annual coach's luncheon at the thomas and mack. the event serves as a preview of the season. the u-n-l-v pep band cheerleaders and rebel girls there was also a free throw contest between the players... and a meet-and-greet with coach menzies. now to a fox five follow-up. one of our viewers is a hero in the eyes of some local cheerleaders after making a generous donation. "the las vegas aces" were devastated when their coach's car was stolen, with all of their cheer equipment inside. viewer "marshaun winston" saw the story and decided to donate brand- new pom-poms to
getting a new sound system! the new pom-poms should arrive soon. in more local news, zombies are taking over the linq promenade! "the zombie escape" is similar to a haunted house. daring visitors battle an infestation of the undead with zombies ready to attack around every corner. the experience will be set up off of koval lane behind the high roller wheel. the zombie escape will be open this saturday and sunday then every wednesday through sunday night through halloween. general admission tickets start at 15-bucks for locals. mike doria will take us live inside the zombie experience next week. catch of the year! a florida football player makes one of the wildest catches we've seen in years. you'll see why
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henderson hospital. a firework show accompanied thursday's ribbon cutting ceremony for the new 168- million dollar healthcare facility on galleria near the -95.- henderson hospital is set to open on october 31-st. all too often, babies are born premature so tonight, some of the top chefs in las vegas will be creating delicious dishes to help these babies. our own ted pretty will be emceeing the "march of dimes" signature chef's event." this "take 5 t held at green valley ranch at 6- 30 tonight. the home of the greatest could be yours... if the price is right! the late muhammad ali's lavish louisville estate is up for sale. "it is a property that is very warm and inviting. very well designed, the living spaces are extraordinarily well done, but it doesn't have a very ostentatious feel, it's a very understated, simple
the mansion features five bedrooms, eight bathrooms and a colossal swimming pool. the 93-hundred square foot estate even has its own university of louisville-themed basketball court. but it will cost you the mansion comes with a two-point-two million dollar price tag. the boxing legend died in june after a long battle with parkinson's disease. great weather in store for us friday with temperatures expected to warm degrees across southern nevada. over the weekend some clouds will drift into our area as a result of a series of weak upper level lows. one of those lows will trigger some
with a smart plan to keep his kiddos from fighting in the back seat. big foam barriers! jake white says he was sick and tired of the bickering, so he stuck these barriers between their car seats. now dad says everyone can enjoy the car ride in peace! we're used to seeing juggling at the circus, but one florida teen is showing off his juggling skills on the football field. cnn's jeanne moos shows us the outstanding "bobble-of-the- year."
drank a beer.. or when a dad sat his son on the luggage counter at an airport in poland. the boy fell but was caught by a security officer. there is baby where he should not be. baby falls. there it is! at least 13-year old jaden wilson didn't bobble a baby. the youth football league pro titans in wellington, florida tried a little razzle dazzle then passed to jaden. watch him bobble, behind his back, on his knees, on his feet, bobbles again...touchdown. an unforgettable i don't really remember the play. it was just shocking that i actually caught it when i ended up with it. jaden's dad was on the sidelines talking to his wife on the phone. he kept bobbling the ball and i was like "he caught it, he dropped it, no, he didn't drop it." how cool is this. at the age of 13 to not only be included in sports center's top ten plays but to be number 1. look at this play here bobbles it 6 times
"catch of the year!" tweeted someone. but a naysayer disagreed...."if he was actually really good it wouldn't have been bobbled so much." try telling that to the undefeated pro titans, not to mention jaden's dad. he averages about 2 to 3 touchdowns a game. but this kid is humble. all that bobbling won't go to his head. jeanne moos cnn new york>> a 92-year-old grandmother proves never too old to chase your dreams. she just wrote her first song and willie nelson sang it! see her sweet reaction when she hears it for the first time, next.
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stop smiling and tapping her toes to willie nelson singing her song. rhodes wrote "little house on the hill" years ago on a car ride home from nashville. plenty more straight ahead on fox5 news this morning... including the latest on hurricane matthew. the potentially catastrophic storm is hugging florida's coastline right now. c-n-n's dianne gallager joins us live from florida in a few minutes, as matthew
butt to winds hitting a boat butt to . do not surf. do not go on the beach. this will kill you. butt to "if i wasn't standing in this way.. it would knock me over" hurricane matthew is blasting parts of florida's east coast right now. the eye of the storm is dangerously close to the coastline, as 80-mile-an- hour-plus winds