, this is a great view of the las vegas valley. >> reporter: dr. graham kent is the director of the nevada seismological lab inen aside from keeping tabs on earthquake danger, his office is in charge of setting up fire cameras. a large network have been installed across northern nevada. they capture the real-time moments when a fire explodes into a dangerous swigs. >> you want to hammer the fire right away. >> reporter: the carpenter fire caused more than $20 million to put out. reduced for the $30,000 investment in one of these cameras. knowing how and where to attack a fire saves property major money and can also save lives. >> the price in fire, when you make a mistake costs more money than it would ever take to deploy cameras throughout nevada and run them for the next 50 years. >> reporter: all of the cameras across nevada can be accessed online. you at home can act as a spotter for a potentially >> if a lightning start as fire up at mount charleston, you will see the first puff of smoke. >> reporter: the eye on the mountain gives firefighters an edge up. kent says the technolo
forum called chasing cancer. here to tell us about it is dr. douglas graham. thank you for being here. >> thank you. >> tell me what exaly hazing cancer forum. >> it is a first of its kind national conversation about cancer. on december 6th, in washington, d.c., aflac and "the washington post" are bringing together the greatest minds in research and treatment. you can find out more information about it or even watch it be a live web stream next tuesday by going to "washington post.com." stream. dr. graham, tell us about the current cure rate for kids with cancer. >> well, we made big strides in the last 50 years in the treatment of childhood cancer. in the 1970s the cure rate was 50%. today our cure rate is as high as 80%, with some forms of childhood cancer as high as 90%. >> i would imagine that part of the conversation at this forum will be talking about the challenges we need to overcome is that right? >> that's exactly right. you know, our biggest challenge is to have therapy that will cure 100% of children with childhood cancer. our motto is that every child deserves a lifetime.
crusades for dr. billy graham for nearly 70 years. i was thinking earlier that cliff will be greeting those tens of thousands of people who came forward singing just as i am. as we look at the word of god, we find truth. as we read in john, chapter one, it says, in the beginning it was the word and the word was with good -- god. the word was god. the same was in the beginning with god. i didn't know that word until november 2, 1969, at 10:30 p.m. on a sunday night. when i gave my life to christ. wasn't too theological, i just said, lord, i give up, you lead my life. -- that happened, i didn't i would stay up. i was a senior in college. i would read the word of god, midnight, later on, into the early morning. because it fed my spirit. it fed my soul. and it gave me direction of my life. didn't know much about the bible. i went to church. i guess they drug me to church like, you know, you can still see the heel marks in the ground. i knew a lot about church but i didn't know a lot about his ord. there was a minnie seminary, six weeks, and learned more about the word of god. and then end
died yesterday. 1960s. the grave side and burial takes place saturday. dr. brown was 87. >>> tonight billy graham is reacting to the death of long time friend cliff barrows. he wrote cliff barrows was one of the closest friends my wife ruth and i ever had. he was a role model of what a christian ought to be. he was the musical director of the he was 93. >>> >. still to come/teen is fighting for his life after he was found locked in a basement. >>> and new details about the wildfires threatening homes and businesses in the western part of our state. and the local efforts to help bring the fires under control. >> and some customers across the triangle will soon have access to ultra fast internet. >>> >. and with the clears of the clouds today we've cooled down more this evening. rocky mount and 4 degrees cooler in raleigh. also a warm up is underway. how the afternoon highs will make you smile if you like the warm weather. we'll talk about that coming up. >>> thank you mike. and as we head to break here's this beautiful shot of the moon >>> wral news on fox 50 with lynda loveland, gera
on next? >> who? >> chief. let me show you graham clemly, football player, dickinson, about to be a junior. yesterday we spoke with dr. brzezinski -- >> let him win some of it. >> a new administration faces in putting together a national security team. we'll do that on the other end. we began by asking about the potential threats and opportunities in donald trump's outreach to russia. graham, listen. >> threats are obvious. they could produce a great deal of misconceptions on both sides and then disappointment and resentment. someone has to be very deliberate and cautious, but generally speaking it's a desirable thing to do. i think russia is no longer a communist state, first of all. that's very important to realize. it hasn't yet defined itself, however, effectively as a democracy. it is still uncertain. it has resentment, including against us. so it's a country in transition, and i think if we're clever about it, perhaps we can help them transit effectively and become a conservative, significant member of the global community, one of the top three, the united states, china and ru
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