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honestly what they were trying to do had nothing to do with the power that's why it's so surprising that the power would go out in fact they said just the fact that this worker was able to drill through the powerline and survive is a miracle that being said it certainly causing a lot of money to be lost for this company everybody who stayed here is going to be comped for their room if they needed to get a new plane ticket that's going to be comped by caesars if they need a new show tickets at gngo becoy s d so fr nhtat is hottheiou at'sot a a te-&otheit as bichkp od ptni &menri - d -sm ppabt thousands of guests were with out a place to stay and a lot of gamblers were left in limbo when theirs games shut down. fox5's abby theodros talked to paris staff and gamblers about how the situation was handled. we saw a lot of nf who were scrambling to find a place to stay over night but a lot of people tell me things were more organized on the gaming side of
vo: here's a look at an empty paris casino following yesterday's outage. gamers who were inside there tell me they were asked to stay by their machines until a staffer came by, took down their information and gave them a receipt with their winnings. "we had just put money in the machine it was spinning and then all of a sudden it went out and everyone just looked around wondering what was happening - waiting for the back up generators to kick in. and they never did." and for all the trouble guests went through - paris hotel is compensating each guest with two nights at the hotel for free. they're also looking into reimbursing other accommodations
into the low 60s and upper 50s. skies stay sunny on saturday with a forecast high of 81 degrees in las vegas. we'll see some high clouds pass across the valley sunday with temperatures in the upper 70s. monday through thursday next week bring us a mix of sun and high clouds at times. temperatures remain in the upper 70s. closed captioning
problem, despite major crackdowns. the national traffic safety administration says traffic deaths went up more than 10 percent in the first half of 20-16. that's more than 16 hundred additional deaths across the u-s in six months. that increase comes after a seven percent increase from the year before. let's take a live look now out at the 15 on this friday evening. ad lib traffic if you're on the go-- take us with you! download the fox5 mobile app on your smartphone. it's the best tool for the latest breaking news....weather and traffic. the best part-- it's free! going to jail for creating traffic. how long two former aides to new jersey governor chris christie could spend in jail for plotting 'bridgegate'. and a woman survives a vicious crime. where authorities found she had been chained in a locked container for months.
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officers arrested rosahun malone as a result of the continuing investigation and after consulting with the district attorney. 31-year-old kenneth robinson was taken into custody over the weekend, after the little boy was found dead at siegel suites on boulder highway and tropicana. police say the boy had signs of severe trauma and child abuse. a chilling case coming out of south carolina... as authorities find a woman tied in a metal container. the woman ... along with her boyfriend ... had been missing for fox news correspondent, patricia stark, has more from new york. wright says: "we're trying to make sure that we don't have a serial killer on our hands." a missing woman... found chained up in a metal box in spartanburg county, south carolina... is alive and well... recovering at a local hospital. 30-year-old kala brown... disappeared in anderson county along with her boyfriend back in august. wright says: "we got deputies down there that came to do the search this morning and heard this lady banging on
for all of those officers to open this container and see her chained like a dog. it's incredible." kala says that she was being fed... during her time inside the locked container... which was sitting outside. wright says: "she's alive and well and obviously traumatized. she's told us that she'd been locked in that container for two months. it's only by god's grace that she's alive." a suspect is now in custody... todd kohlhepp... who is a registered sex offender. he's expected to be charged with kidnapping. kala's boyfriend is still missing... but authorities fear he could be dead. wright says: "there might even be four people on this piece of property deceased. we just don't know." investigators are now looking into the possible connection between the couple and the suspect. wright says: "i think they were friends.and i think that they had a relationship. and
don't think this was a random act." (on-cam tag) the case remains under investigation while authorities search the property for other missing people. more charges ... including murder ... could be filed. in new york, patricia stark, fox news. two former aides to new jersey governor chris christie--- have been found guilty on all counts in the so called "bridgegate scandal". prosecutors say bridget kelly, christie's former chief of staff--- and bill baroni, christie's former executive director of the port authority--- took part in a plan to clos lanes of the george washington bridge in 2013. prosecutors claim the lanes closure was political revenge on the mayor of fort lee for not endorsing christie's reelection campaign. kelly and baroni each face a maximum sentence of 86 years when they are sentenced in february. it's been more than three months since alexandra brueger was shot and killed while jogging in rural michigan. and just last month- a suspect was taken into custody for
says- he has nothing to do with it. last july - the 31 year old woman was shot 4 times in the back while jogging. brian perigo says he was taken to jail-- and the police tore up his home and garage and destroyed his boat. perigo says his life was turned upside down all because of a bogus tip. the reward has been increased to ten thousand dollars for information leading to an arrest. but perigo hopes police do a better job when it comes to getting their guy. perigo says: "i was in shock, i was devastated. they went to my work, my daughter's school, my folks' house. it has been really traumatic." " michigan state police say no suspects have been cleared and they are looking for any information about brueger's murder. perigo plans on taking legal action against the person who made the false police report - while investigators say he is still a suspect in the murder investigation. the paris agreement to combat climate change becomes international law today... a landmark in the battle against
ki-moon says: "over the past decade we've forged a great global coalition for climate action. government officials, scientists, faith leaders, business executives and civil society activists around the world recognize that the future of people and planet were at stake. they made today possible." so far, ninety six countries, accounting for just over two- thirds of the world's greenhouse gas emissions, have formally joined the accord, which seeks to limit global warming to just under four degrees fahrenheit. many more countries are expected to come aboard in the coming weeks and months. now fox5 weather 24/7 with meterologist sam argier sunshine and unseasonably warm november weather will continue through the
showers over arizona continue to stay well off to our east, leaving southern nevada in the sunshine with highs in the low 80s this afternoon. with clear skies tonight, overnight temperatures drop into the low 60s and upper 50s. skies stay sunny on saturday with a forecast high of 81 degrees in las vegas. we'll see some high clouds pass across the valley sunday with temperatures in the upper 70s. monday through thursday next week bring us a mix of sun and high clouds at times. temperatures remain in the upper
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angry turkeys, prompting locals to make frantic calls to 9-1-1. fox's sonseeahray tonsall has the story. without doubt.... november is the month to talk turkey...but with turkeys crowding davis' main drags instead of dinner plates folks have been talking about them for months...to 911 dispatchers. 911 call says "davis police department..how can i help you?/ this is almost embarrassing...i am trying to get into my office on g
have this huge turkey..surroundin g my car..circling me... and i don't know what to do." 911 call says "i can't leave. i can't go anywhere. i'm literally stuck between two and they won't leave and...i gotta get somewhere." 911 call says " this is davis... how's it going? can i help you? hi!/ umm yeah... so there's a turkey between 4th and f and then 5th and f...that's running around chasing after people." those just some of the pleas for help phoned into 911 by davis dialers crying fowl about fowl. as many as 100 of the birds have roamed the streets of the yolo county town over the last decade.... with dozens hanging out...in a city cemetery. some will soon qualify to be (show graves) permanent residents there -
council members have voted on a new turkey management plan that will allow for some of the birds to be killed, while others several seniors to the hospital. we had a squirrel that entered our building, and it's in our activity room and it's jumping on people and biting them and scratching so we need help." that was the 9-1-1 call from a retirement home in florida. deputies say a wild squirrel somehow got into the building and attacked several people. they say at least three or four people were bitten. conditions. there's much more coming up in the second half of fox5 news at 5. have you decided who and what you're voting for yet? the amount of time you have left... to cast your
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meteoroligist sam argier. this is fox5 news at 5:30. local las vegas. after a long day and night of waiting... the paris casino is back up and running at full power.
herbets has been out there on the strip since the beginning. he's live now with an update on the current situation and what set the whole ordeal into motion. well there are two things that we have not been able to find out this entire time we have been on the strip talking about this power outage at the paris casino number one how much money was lost in this 24 hour. obviously it has to be a big chunk of change because they're compensating so many people for what happened here yesterday whether it has to do with their rooms or the things that they lost like plane tickets that i've been left in the room and number two who is the construction company responsible for the power outage at this point all we know is that somebody accidentally drilled into the powerline in the basement yesterday morning that's what sparked all of this and honestly the people said it's a miracle that he's even alive and he survived that accident and really that