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tv   FOX5 News This Morning  KVVU  August 25, 2016 4:00am-4:31am PDT

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live from las vegas, fox5 news this morning starts now ""parents need to become more aware of cyber security" " teenagers targeted online... and sexually exploited. how a recent arrest is shedding light on a bigger problem in the valley. an overnight fire engulfs a valley building what we know this morning. good morning i'm dave hall. and i'm maria silva. welcome to fox5 news this morning. first - cassandra jones joins us with a quick look at the fox 5
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upper level winds will push some clouds into the las vegas area along with breezy to windy conditions. daytime temperatures will be normal with the high forecast to be around 101. we will experience unhealthy air quality today as smoke from the california wildfires drifts back into the valley. ozone levels are the main reason moderate levels of smoke to deal with again making it another hazy day. heading into friday and the weekend we have a 20% chance of active weather as an upper level low takes shape. by sunday and into monday that system will exit our area. the uv index for thursday is 9 or very high.
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overnight.. more than 30 firefighters worked through the night.. putting out a large fire that ripped through a local warehouse. fox 5's alyssa dietsch joins us now.. with an update from the scene. cc will continue shortly cc will continue shortly
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shortly came out after midnight watching security cameras and saw roof on fire 4 engines -- 70 personell-- now have about 30 on scene now 7-alarm - down to 3-alarm its a warehouse with office in front 30-40 foot flames above structure pet motel behind the structure. had to send crews over there because was concern the wall could fall on the pet motel. got all the pets out. until owners got to scene. animal control were able to help out. roof on fire 4 engines -- 70 personell-- now have about 30 on scene now 7-alarm - down to 3-alarm its a warehouse with office in front 30-40 foot flames above structure pet motel behind the structure. had to send crews over there low takes shape. by sunday and into monday that system will exit our area. the uv index for thursday is 9 or very high. breaking overnight.. more than 30 firefighters worked through the night.. putting out a large fire that ripped through a local warehouse. fox 5's alyssa dietsch joins us now.. with an update from the scene. cc will continue shortly
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one of them which was a pet motel. there was quite a few dogs in the structure the owners were on vacation ... so we had to send crews in there . we were concerned that the wall could potentially fall on that structure and threaten the pets in side. were able to bring them to a safer side of the structure. cc will continue
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and be the first to know about breaking news-- by downloading our mobile app. a 63-year-old man is sitting behind bars.. charged with using craigslist to find underage teens then sexually exploit them. although one human trafficker is now of the streets. this remains a huge problem. fox 5's cindy lunderberg has more on the 23-
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industry. a las vegas man is behind bars... after police say he used craigslist to lure teenagers...and then force them into prostitution. metro police tell us they began investigating 63 year old david coil in may.. but believe he began using a computer for his crimes at least for the last year. mack jackson cyber security expert- a predator will study and anlyze what the kid is into and talk about it mack jaskson .. a cyber security expert says coils arrest is alarming... but not surprising. mack tells me authorities are having trouble tracking online predators. mack jackson cyber security expert- the police we have talked to they are on top of it and have mentioned its a growing phenomena in southern nevada we have all these predators involved in child trafficking and child porn shade tree the shade tree... a local organization working to help battered women is all too familiar
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trafficking problem. evelyn gee-yen says on average they see about 3 sex trafficking victims a week... but lately its been more. evelyn guillen (gee-yen) victim's advocate case manager- its very dangerous these people will hurt someone they will carry out their threats guillen says police sometimes can't tell the difference between prostitutes and victims.. evelyn guillen (gee-yen) victim's advocate case manager- if its not human trafficknig theres a pimp there getting their money forcing them to do i a relationship hey if you love me youll do this coil is now facing multiple charges including sex trafficking involving children under 18... and four counts of engaging in child prositution. so what can you do..? evelyn guillen (gee-yen) victim's advocate case manager- you had a gut feeling something was wrong but you weren't sure if something doesnt seem write we can call authorities its better to be safe than sorry mack jackson cyber security expert- once you put a photo of yourself on the internet you cannot erase it mack jackson cyber security expert- show them the cases of predaors being arrested and what can happen to teenagers police are looking for two suspects they say robbed a pharmacy near rancho and charleston. heres pictures of who they're looking for. according to police.. the suspects were wearing masks and gloves.. and are armed. they're described as black males.. approximately 5-
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with an average build. police say they fled in this 19-97 light grey chevy impala.. if you have any information about this crime.. you're asked to call crime stoppers at 702- 385-55-55. the son of las vegas mayor pro tem--- makes his first court appearance. shane ross-- son of steve ross-- was arrested last week in s string of robberies. the family say ross has struggled with addiction. ross' attorney--- david chesnoff said he is hoping his client will be released. right now-- he is still in custody... his bail is set at 60 thousand dollars. he is due back in court on october 5th. police in pennsylvania have arrested tracey giffin apparently can't stay out of food fights.. as bizarre as it may sound... its gotten her in serious trouble with the law. tracey was arrested sunday.. after allegedly stabbing and biting her husband.. because he drank her beer. according to police.. tracey said she was going to bed.. so her husband joseph finished her drink.. but angry--tracey got out of bed..
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( james unice / neighbor ) "a lot of ruckus over there. late nights." butt to ( james unice / neighbor ) "i hear a lot of yelling, fighting, teenager activity. and this isn't the first time something like this has happened ... in 2013.. she got into a physical fight with her then-boyfriend.. because he forget to bring barbecue sauce home from the store on christmas eve. people wanting to drop a pet off at the animal foundation--- will now have to schedule an appointment. e moving to appointment only admissions. the new system will help the shelter's staff counsel pet owners wishing to give their animals up and offer them resources if they need them. the switch will also give them the opportunity to anticipate how many animal will be coming in-- to prevent over crowding. the new policy will start september first. america's favorite past time is going to the dogs. las vegas' favorite bat dog will be at cashman field this weekend. nats of people in the crowds dog runs to pick up bat
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be on the field with "the las vegas 51's" for their last fireworks night of the season. the game is this friday... at 7:05. tickets are still on sale. just a day after an earthquake rocks cental italy.. the death toll continues to the issues crews are running into in the recovery efforts. the countdown to the start of the new school year is on.. but some teachers might not be there for day one. how licensing issues could keep educators from
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fox5 news this morning with dave hall, maria silva, monica jackson, jason feinberg , . weather 24/7 with cassandra jones and traffic solutions with ken smith. this is fox5 news this morning. the death toll continues to rise after an earthquake rocked central italy. nearly 250 people are confirmed dead... and towns destroyed. rescue efforts continue but are being slowed
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fox's john huddy is in amatrice ( italy.... one of the hardest hit areas. a dramatic rescue...wednesda y evening... italian fire crews sifting through rubble first discover a ten- year-old girl's legs... then race to clear debris...realizing she's alive. finally, they end up pulling her to safety from what had been a building. the scene coming after a deadly magnitude six point two earthquake -- devastating parts of central italy early wednesday... striking just most people were asleep. gabrielli (voice of translator) says: "i woke up with a sound that sounded like a bomb, it was deafening." the quake leveling entire towns. hardest hit - a number of mountain villages eighty miles northeast of rome. mariana (voice of translator) says: "so, from this structure 4 of us were saved, 3 nuns and an old lady, there are four old ladies and three nuns still missing." the region is a popular italian vacation destination this
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visitors it is making it hard to estimate exactly how many people might be missing. after a long day of searching for survivors... some rescue workers are being forced to suspend their efforts for the night... as what's left of some homes and buildings are just too unstable to work in while it is dark outside. but, many searches are continuing. this, as shocked residents are being forced to spend their first night following the quake in tents...or camping out in the open...amid continuing aftershocks. fiori (voice of translator) says: "i will stay out, there is no way i'll step a foot in my house." (on cam) following the quake there have been at least one-hundred-fifty aftershocks. including one measuring a magnitude five point five. in amatrice, italy, john huddy, fox news. now fox weather 24/7 upper level winds will push some clouds into the las vegas area along with breezy to windy conditions. daytime temperatures will be normal with the high forecast to be around 101. we will experience
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quality today as smoke from the california wildfires drifts back into the valley. ozone levels are the main reason but we also have moderate levels of smoke to deal with again making it another hazy day. heading into friday and the weekend we have a 20% chance of active weather as an upper level low takes shape. by sunday and into monday that system will exit our area. the uv index for thursday is 9 or very high.
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the school year is just a few days away.. but some students won't be meeting their teachers for a few more weeks, due to a lapse in paperwork. as miguel martinezal instead of fixing the issue.. the district is playing the blame game. some clark county teachers wont be at school to greet their kids on the first day... " i'm not going to be working, i'm not going to be with my students, or get paid until the background check clears and they finish my paperwork to send out a renewal license." you see they're stuck in renewal limbo... their teacher licenses expired over the summer, and though they
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applications in in august... those won't be processed in time... " we're processing license applications from the week of july 11th, and thats the normal process time" " they said it will be 6 to 8 weeks, there is nothing they can do" the department of education says they're not backed up... they always get more applications in the summer and teachers should know to get their licensing done early... except... some teachers say they tried to do just that... " being proactive, i was trying to email and call the department of licensing, i called them 14 times i emailed them 6 and they never got back to me" but now .. with expired licenses .. they just have to wait... " the director told me it was all my fault, he said all of this is public information, you should have went on the website you should have called someone." " i lose everything september first, i wont have medical insurance i wont receive pay, i lose all of my contracted days" the school district says there's nothing it can do because of state licensing laws... which has these teachers worried not only for their families, but also for their students... " what about my kids, my kids have to start, and i teach 850 kids in an elementary school, and they
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without me, they have to start their science classes without me, and then i get to come in and try to clean up whatever happened when i wasn't there" the school district says they want teachers in the classroom but they cant have unlicensed teachers... they will have subsitutes in their place until the licensing goes through... c-c-s-d schools are filled with cell phones... i pads.. and laptops.. which now has parents wondering.. if all this technology is available, w there a social media policy. fox5 asked the district. and a spokesperson issued a statement saying c-c-s-d is 'working on it." some parents are upset-- saying it's unsafe for students and teachers to communicate online. other parents say sometimes talking to a teacher online is the fastest way to reach them. right now... no accounts are monitored unless they were accessed on a school computer. "on one hand it
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pedophiles or people who you don't want to be necessarily communicating with your children after school hours" "on the other hand there could be legitimate reasons why they are communicating." the school district says they have informal talks with all teachers reminding them about appropriate behavior online. something else on the minds of nevada educators needs to be helping students score well in college placement tests. but just this week we found out nevada students' a-c-t scores are the worst in the nation. class of 2016 scored 17-point-7 out of 36. that's the lowest of the 18 states that test high school juniors. for the past two years, the results have shown that only about 10 percent of the nevada test takers are college-ready in four key subjects. elvis fans have graceland and now prince fans have paisley park. when public tours are expected to get underway... a reality star is getting ready to
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home... temporarily. who will will be shaking it on the
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for chipot
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federal regulators have ruled several policies in chipotle's employee handbook violate labor laws -- and must be changed. the national labor relations board determined chipotle can no longer ban workers from criticizing the company on social media. it must also change a policy prohibiting workers from talking about politics and religion... and one that restricts workers from circulating petitions for better working conditions. been dealing with declining sales following a salmonella scare. prince's private estate and studio complex called paisley park... will open for public tours this fall. the trust overseeing the estate - says daily tours will begin in october. it's the first time fans will get the chance to see inside the 65thousand- square-foot complex near minneapolis - where prince died of a painkiller overdose in april. prince's sister
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something prince always wanted to do and was actively working on. first he was named america's next top model. then he won dancing with the stars... now he is looking to make history--- on the chippendale's stage. " i'm looking forward to breaking more barriers. as first deaf host. ((nyle sot)) i want to take advantage of the opportunity. and also to change the way people look at deaf people in their lives. " nyle dimarco says he doesn't think he will have any trouble communicating in the show. because it's all about body language. nyle's opening night with the chippendales is september 22nd. his stint at the rio will run -- four weeks. it's back to school time which means picture day. is fast approaching and one high school student decides to go retro when posing for her i-d. how she captured the old school
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fox5 viewer. how this family was reunited with their precious photo albums. breaking overnight.. more than 30 firefighters worked through the night.. putting out a large fire that ripped through a local warehouse. fox 5's alyssa dietsch joins us now.. with an update from the scene. cc will continue shortly cc will continue

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