tv FOX5 News This Morning FOX November 10, 2016 4:30am-5:00am PST
good morning i'm maria silva. i'm dave hall. now it's time to get a first look at your fox5 weather 24-7 forcast... cassandra jones joins us now. good morning i'm cassandra jones with fox5. the warmth continues today as highs remain well above average with light winds & a few high clouds. we will top out at 80 degrees today with a nice weekend ahead. friday will be in the mid to upper 70s. a few more clouds will be moving in for saturday with temperatures holding in the mid 70s. we'll keep it in the 70s through early next week before a cold front moves in wednesday. this will knock high temperatures down into the upper 60s with gusty winds picking up across the valley. good morning.
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 to look out for and alternate routes listed on our maps back to the news desk demonstrations against donald trump's presidency continued overnight. this was the scene in portland, oregon, where hundreds of demonstrators crowded the streets prostesting tuesday's election results. this morning, people around the world are left wondering what kind of presidency donald trump will run. in a few hours, president-elect trump will sit
planning the transition of power. his supporters believe he has a mandate to push through his agenda immediately. huckabee says: "i'd like to see donald trump include democrats. make as many things bipartisan. but you know what, our country is in too big a mess to sit around and play patty cake." but republican strategists worry he won't be able to restrain himself... and become a disciplined president. krauthammer says: "i think he could have a promising presidency but he's got to stick to policy and not pick unnecessary fights." (on-cam tag) donald trump will visit the white house today for a meeting with president obama. in new york, patricia stark, fox news.>> across the country people have taken to the streets in protest of donald trump's victory over hillary clinton. and things were no different here in the valley. dozens of protestors set up shop in front of the trump hotel. the group of around 50 demonsrators marching last night despite calls for unity from both parties. protestors the protest
at first, with a few people posting pictures online... but as word hit social media more people started showing up. the group eventually made their way down the las vegas strip to planet hollywood, before circling back up the strip. people we spoke with say they don't think this protest will change the outcome of the presidency, they just don't want their voices to be silenced "he represents and symbolizes nothing but hatred and racism and sexism and i don't see any some people do so you are allowed to your own opinion and i respect that but if you don't respect mine i'm not gonna sit and listen to yours" last night's protest was peaceful. there weren't any physical altercations or arrests. the protesters did get some honks and yells of support during their demonstration. the group says they will try to organize another protest for this weekend. in more local news, sex offenders... among our students. we want to warn you, the content in this story may not
prison. a girl he was babysitting came forward... after blake touched her. this is something i've never told anybody. when i did get arrested for that, that same night i went and i was completely honest to random strangers, but i lied and tried to hide, i guess it was shame or you know just, it's horrible, i did something so horrible for such a long time and then i couldn't even tell the people that i loved. that complete honesty was him telling detectives about every single time he touched the girl... and another... his little step sister. i was introduced to his daughter, beverly, who was 4 at the time and i was a happened immediately. john pacult is a licensed clinical social worker.. and was appointed to do a psycho sexual evaluation on blake immediately after his arrest. jp: we don't really want to consider them a sex offender. that's not a sex offender. that's a child that's been exposed to knowledge or information that they don't know how to process or deal with and then they're acting on it. and like all too many of these kids... that's exactly what blake was doing. she would take us up there and do things with us, you know what i mean? as a kid you don't
a male. he's talking about a 17-year-old neighborhood girl that would take him and other boys up to a room and molest them when they were just 7. i have been an offender, i have offended, and i've never blamed it on me being abused as a reason why i've offended. never once. i'll never do that. in clark county... there are currently 275 kids that are being monitored for sex crimes. brett allen is a probation manager with the juv justice department... and says making sure these kids are on the right track is a high priority. ba: we take sex offender supervision real serious as well, we take all cases, but we wanna make sure they're getting meaningful treatment with the adequate level of supervision to their risk. three teams of probation officers keep track of these kids from 7am to 10pm daily. this includes random in person checks at school and home.. and phone calls to make sure they're following the rules. ba: they supervise them at school, at home, employment, visit treatment centers. probation officers also notify the superintendent when a student has
sexual offense... and ccsd's education service division lets the specific school's administration know. if the student's victim goes to that same school, the student offender is moved to another school. jp: this isn't going to be very popular to say but most don't reoffend.. and that's juvenile or adults. in fact... studies show the re- offending rate for juvenile sex offenders is just 3.5 percent... that's less than any other crime.. jp: we're dealing with kids as young as 8,9,10,11 think about, developmentally, where that child is. but still the consequences can stick for a lifetime. b: my stuff is on the internet. i have no skeletons. jp: these are kids just like your kids, they've made some poor choices, they're getting help, they're being supervised, they're in treatment, and most of these kids are gonna turn out just fine. b: i've completed treatment, i'm in family reunification, i'm doing a fox5 news interview that i never thought in a million years i'd be doing.
productive member of society, i have done everything i needed to do, i've fulfilled my debt to society, the next step for blake is actually reuniting with his step sister after all these years. a sex offender is not allowed to contact any of their victims... unless family reunification has been granted by a court... and that's the process he's in right now. the first step is getting evaluated... and blake actually had his evaluation today. as for his step sister... she's been through treatment as well and we're told is ready... and very excited to meet her brother again after all of these years. kathleen jacob fox5 news local las vegas>> blake says the message he wants to get out is awareness. if you notice something that isn't right, or you're experiencing something that isn't right, say something and reach out for help. police are looking for two suspects wanted in a string of robberies at local cell phone stores. these are really good pictures, take a look! police say the men enter the stores, posing as customers. once the sales person is distracted, they cut the security cables on phones and steal
were seen in a faded black chevy malibu with a california plate 4-r-w-z-5-9-0. if you recognize these suspects, you are asked to call crime stoppers at 702- 385-55-55. in more local news, a man is recovering this morning after he was hit by a car after trying to shoplift from a local target store. it happened yesterday outside the target on tenaya way near cheyenne. police say the man was trying to steal alcohol and groceries from the store and of the stuff on fire. police say when he was confronted, he ran out of the store and into the street... where he was hit. he was taken to umc... and is expected to make a full recovery. many families here in our community will go hungry over the holidays. but you can help keep their tummies full and happy. catholic charities of southern nevada is kicking off its annual turkey drive today. catholic charities is hoping to collect 4- thousand frozen
assortment of fixings and desserts. today, the charity will celebrate the turkey drive by pardoning a live turkey from gilcrease nature sanctuary. the turkey's name is "mister butters." if you'd like to donate, you can drop your food donations off at catholic charities campus on las vegas boulevard. you can also make a cash donation online. history in the making. in two days a u-f-c champ could make history in the ring. outside of the ring, another u-f-c history for other reasons. mr. worldwide sure knows how to throw a party! and he's inviting some famous friends. where you can catch pitbull's new
miami. and this year, queen latifah and snoop dogg will join him to co-host pitbull's revolution. the annual party is broadcast from miami's bayfront park. pitbull says he'll have epic surprises and some of the biggest names in music will perform. "pitbull's new year's revolution" special airs saturday, december 31st... right here on fox5. good morning i'm cassandra jones with fox5. the warmth continues today as highs remain well above average with light winds & a few high clouds. we will top out at 80 degrees today with a nice weekend ahead. friday will be in the mid to upper 70s. a few more clouds will be moving in for saturday with
70s. we'll keep it in the 70s through early next week before a cold front moves in wednesday. this will knock high temperatures down into the upper 60s with gusty winds picking up across the valley. good morning. here's a look at your fox5 traffic solutions let's begin with your d accidents to watch let's begin with
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 construction areas to look out for and alternate routes listed on our maps back to the news desk students from around the state are getting together to put on a one of a kind play later this
"the gargoils? they talk to you? yes! everything talks to me, windows, statues, my friends." more than 100 students from high schools across the state auditioned to be a part of the hunchback of notre dame. nearly 70 students from 22 ccsd high schools were cast in the production-- students say it's going to be a lot bigger than the average high school play. you can catch the play at the cashman center theater from the 25-th to the 27-th. tickets start at 15-dollars. u-f-c fighter conor mcgregor could make history during this weekend's upcoming bout against eddie alvarez. if mcgregor emerges victorious, he would become a two-division champion while also holding the featherweight title. it's a feat that's never been accomplished before. mcgregor will
lightweight champion at madison square garden saturday night in new york. jon jones is making history for other reasons. he was just stripped of his interim light heavyweight title. the announcement came one day after the anti- doping agency announced his one-year suspension. the 29-year-old failed a test before u-f-c 200. last year -- he was stripped of the official title after being arrested for a hit-and-run charge. jones is the first athlete to be stripped of a u-f-c title for disciplinary reasons, and the only champion to ever be stripped twice. retired n-f-l wide moss is considered one of the best to ever play the game, and he's proving he's still got it. "fish thrown yeah high fives" before the seahawks-bills game in seattle... the famous pike place market fish throwers tossed a few towards moss. he did not disappoint, making this one- handed catch. a 93-year-old woman is crossing another adventure off her
over at starbucks. the coffee giant is releasing new holiday cups. and this yea they were all designed by women. the special holiday cups will replace the plain red cups starbucks offered last year. they are all red and white and feature 13 different designs from 13 women from six countries. 13 of the women were welcomed on stage to show off the cups, representing american cities, as well as indonesia, dubai, canada, russia and south korea. the cups are available starting
donald trump and president obama... together... in the white house... ohh this should be good... see what these two will be talking about. "not my president! not my president!" from los angeles to chicago trump protests continue to grow. and more protests are planned including right here in las vegas. cc will continue shortly good morning i'm dave hall. and i'm maria silva.
and i'm maria silva. welcome to fox5 news this morning. good morning i'm cassandra jones with fox5. the warmth continues today as highs remain well above average with light winds & a few high clouds. we will top out at 80 degrees today with a nice weekend ahead. friday will be in the mid to upper 70s. a few more clouds will be moving in for saturday with temperatures holding in the mid 70s. we'll keep it in the 70s through early next week before a cold front moves in wednesday.