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willing to walk away from negotiations with the team if terms don't improve. fox5's eric hilt talked with a representative from sands...eric what did they tell you? even though the state has approved funding for a nearly 2 billion dollar stadium that could be build in this lot of russell road -- there's still several more steps that have to happen before the raiders move to las vegas... we looked into international reports saying those steps have hit a snag.... and were told it may all be a misunderstanding. for fans of bringing the raiders to las vegas, the last few months have been a roller coaster. "it's been up and down, carson city was a little crazy" but for some, that process has hit another down at a conference in israel, sheldon adelson said -- "they want so much, so i told my people, 'tell them i could live with the deal, i could live without the deal. here's the way it's gonna go down. if they don't want it, bye-bye'" according to a report from
there's no real context to it" sands senior vp andy abboud told me supporters of a las vegas raiders shouldn't worry about the story. "he was basically talking his negotiation style and negotiations in general, there's no problems in negotations there's no real issues, we met with them all day yesterday, sort of a non story" but what abboud calls a non-story comes out the same week as another report earlier this week plans to build a new football stadium in oakland were submitted to the city by a group led by hall of fame player and former raider, ronnie lott. "its not just one person, its a number of people who have said they want to contribute not just who they are but dollars and cents to this effort" -- lott sot an effort that abboud says, sands corporation isn't concerned about. because oakland hasn't been able to get the money needed to build a new stadium for the team. "we look at all that, we've been assured by everyone that that will be very difficult to accomplish, nothing has changed in oakland that will allow them to
and fans and union leaders aren't concerned about the reports either. "it really don't concern us, i think the raiders know where they want to be" we reached out to mayor carolyn goodman who was on the committee giving initial approval to this stadium plan, she sent us a statement saying -- "this entire, exciting possibility for las vegas came into play because of sheldon adelson's and mark davis' developed relationship. if there are issues in how the private business partnership is moving along, these are entirely between them." we also want to take you live now--
a prescription pain overdose. now the child's mother and aunt are under arrest. kendra hatch, the victim's mother, and mylynda hatch, the victim's aunt were taken into custody yesterday. metro police say they responded back on august 10th to a home near vegas drive and simmons street... to respond to a child who died. the abuse and neglect detail found both women had given a drug not prescribed to the child... to treat symptoms of an injury. a man on a motorcycle died in a crash today on side of town. the crash between the motorcyclist and a car happened around 12-30, near centennial and losee. north las vegas police say the motorcylist died at the hospital. police did not say how the crash happened, or if any kind of impairment or speeding is suspected. a fight at a homeless camp led to a shooting that left one man in the hospital. police responded to the area near maryland and tropicana just before six this morning. they say the suspect shot the victim, and the victim's girlfriend
call police. the victim was taken to sunrise hospital and is stable. as of this afternoon, metro had yet to make an arrest in this case. two people were found dead inside an apartment this afternoon and police say they could have been there for at least a day. fox5's abby theodros joins us live after talking with neighbors and police - who say this is unusual for this neighborhood union apartments on hualapi have been around for but the families i takes with today say they've never had a problem here- police say they've never been called to this neighborhood we were kicked off the property so you can't see the investigation but we have this aerial footage of what's going on. police say the man and woman were in their late twenties. they say
heard from them in a while and decided to do a check up and that's when the bodies were found. they also tell us the man suffered apparent gun shot wounds, their unsure how the woman died. we talked to neighbors who say they moved here because of the quiet, family friendly environment so something like this is a big concern joree quiamzon, neighbor: "i have a baby and sometimes you think, you're not safe in a place you chose to bring your family so i was kind of hesitant and nervous at the same time. just didn't know what to think. " police say they don't have a suspect yet but the community doesn't have anything to worry about. they do believe it's an isolated incident.
marijuana business in las vegas has grown to a multi-million dollar industry... ...and that number could continue to grow if question two on the ballot... is passed in november. fox 5 received a tour of "the grove production facility" near valley view and russell. the state of the art grow comes complete with l-e-d lights and a closed water system for the plants. you have to walk through an air- tight chamber before you can even get into the main room. "it's great to see our state, our region, being involved on the cutting edge of a new industry. hopefully things will move forward potentially where we'll go from just medical to recreational use of the product and it's good to know that we'll be on the forefront of that." local business leaders say legalizing recreational
job and small business opportunities. nevada energy has just launched new smart grid technology that's designed to enhance electricity reliability. they've installed small sensors to a few power lines in the valley. these sensors can record and and wirelessly send any problems back to the operations department... who can than make adjustments to the electricity flow. they can also be changed without turning off any power. the new sensors are expected to save n-v energy customers tons of cash. "nevada is number one for central and commercial customers in percentage of rate drop, so that technology allows us to do thing just that much more efficiently. we're able to read our meters, to restore power and to basically do the engineering that we need to do to keep the lines functioning more cheaply with better technology." n-v energy plans to add more of the grid sensors in 20-17. the airport clocked its busiest september on record this year. new numbers out today show that more than 4 million people flew in and out of mccarran
month. that's a 7-point-3 percent increase over the same period last year. the clark county department of aviation says the nation's ninth- busiest airport has tallied 35.6 million passengers through september, putting it on track to beat last year's 45 million. mccarran handled a record 48 million passengers in 2007. we've been warning you... and today has been a learning lesson for the first drivers to endure 'carnado.' the nevada highway patrol says backups today came after drivers headed south on interstate 15... apparently missing warning signs saying the ramp to northbound u.s. highway 95 was closed. many ended up turning around near las vegas boulevard, clogging traffic. more closures are set for tomorrow morning on northbound interstate 15, which typically carries more traffic. it's part of a $1 billion project to smooth traffic through the city's congested spaghetti bowl interchange, a chokepoint on interstate 15 that
you can get all the latest traffic updates on our fox5 mobile app. it features up to the minute information about what's happening on highways and roads around town. toss to weather mostly cloudy for your thursday evening with only the chance of an isolated sprinkle. we'll keep it mainly dry tonight with overnight temperatures in the 60s. the first of two storms moves in friday, spreading scattered showers into southern nevada during the late morning and afternoon. it will also turn breezy with gusts 20 to 30
less than 0.10" with this system. clouds will increase saturday afternoon ahead of the next system. there is the chance of a few isolated showers saturday afternoon through sunday, but most of the rain looks to stay in the mountains and north of the las vegas valley. the second storm will bring strong winds across the las vegas valley sunday with gusts around 40 mph. wind will back off for halloween with temperatures while getting the nv energy grid, westie also got
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the valley-- police are investigating a shooting that happened on charleston near mojave at around 3:30 p.m. one victim was taken to umc trauma in unknown condition. police do not have a suspect in custody. and we want to take you back live to new york where the plane of republican vice presidential nominee mike pence slid on the runway at laguardia. an intentional burn sparked a
other structures in the washoe valley north of carson city. the nevada department of conservation & natural resources says an investigation found a prescribed burn held earlier this month... that was meant to thin the whittell forest... caused the fire. it burned more than 3.5 square miles. the so-called little valley fire has since been contained. investigators found the wildfire sparked on oct. 14 just feet from the control line of the prescribed burn. a jury rules in favor of ex-penn state assistant coach in his defamation case, awarding him more than $7 million in damages. mike mcqueary told beloved head coach joe paterno and two administrators that he witnessed jerry sandusky molest a boy in a team shower. sandusky was eventually convicted of child sexual abuse. mcqueary was suspended from the football program in 20-11 -- and terminated a year later when sandusky was convicted. it took barely four hours for the jury of eight women and four men - including two penn state
reach its decision on the former assistant football coach's claims of defamation and misrepresentation . a reversal today from utah congressman jason chaffetz about donald trump. this comes after chaffetz withdrew his trump endorsement when the access hollywood tape was released earlier this month. a few weeks ago he said this... "i'm out. i can no longer endorse donald trump for president. there's no possible way i vote for hillary clinton, but these are abhorrent, they are wrong, to use a baseball metaphor, i've got to call balls and strikes the way i see them. probably more compelling even than that is my 15- year-old daughter. really do you want her dad to endorse this person and the way they're behaving to becomes the president of the united states of america? but today-- chaffetz tweeted: "i will not defend or endorse trump, but i am voting for him."
hillary rodham clinton-- is bad for the u-s-a." now fox5 weather 24/7 with meterologist sam argier skies will stay mostly cloudy for your thursday evening with only the chance of an isolated sprinkle. we'll keep it mainly dry tonight with overnight temperatures in the 60s. the first of two storms moves in friday, spreading scattered showers into southern nevada during the late morning and afternoon. it will also turn breezy with gusts 20 to 30 mph. forecast rainfall totals are less than 0.10" with
saturday afternoon ahead of the next system. there is the chance of a few isolated showers saturday afternoon through sunday, but most of the rain looks to stay in the mountains and north of the las vegas valley. the second storm will bring strong winds across the las vegas valley sunday with gusts around 40 mph. wind will back off for halloween with temperatures in the low 70s and 60s for trick-or- treating. skies will
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part of an overall restructuring for twitter to chart a course to profitability. the company also announced 350 job cuts... which is about 9 percent of its workforce. the new apple tv app is appropriately called 'tv'. users will be able to access shows and movies across different apps, except netflix. c-e-o tim cook said apple believes the future of t-v is apps. the app showcases tv shows and movies from apps that a customer subscribes to, shows contt from itunes, and surfaces new apps that offer video content. it also uses siri to find exactly what you want... without channel surfing. there's much more coming up in the second half of fox5 news at 5. student (crying) and i can't take it anymore (gasp) (crying) i feel like i'm going to get hurt :( (gasp) bullying at school leads to a
"she's a slob." "she ate like a pig." "i'd look her right in that fat, ugly face of hers..." donald trump calls women "bimbos", "dogs", and "fat pigs." but congressman crescent hardy said he'd support donald trump 100%. nevada, there's a better choice: ruben kihuen. kihuen pushed to crack down on employers who pay women less than men. l always protect a woman's right to choose. ruben kihuen for nevada. house majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. local news at 5:30. let's get you up to date with the latest local headlines.
exclusive -- the clark county school district is refusing to enforce a restraining order between students... even though some of those students say they have been getting serious death threats. fox5's adam herbets spoke to the school district... and the family at escubedo middle school. he joins us now with what he found out. adam? john/ christine we're not going to put the name of the girl out there... but we have a copy of the restraining order against her... and it says specifically in here... that she's not allowed to be anywhere on campus... or within 100 feet of the three girls who filed it. we asked the school district why they're ignoring it -- and they say, it's not their job. (nats) just like a lot of middle school drama it all started because of a fight over a boy... (nats) beeeep. emily and joselyn blackwood and jade phillips please report to the dean's office. name calling... pushing... shoving... spreading rumors... but then they say the bullying got worse. she followed them