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closed captioning will resume shortly closed captioning will resume shortly a lot of unknowns today for illegal immigrants in our country.. after president-elect donald trump says he would deport two to three million undocumented workers. ha to do is get the people that are criminal and have criminal records, gang members, drug dealers, we have a lot of these people. " fox5's kathleen jacob joins us live from our local immigration office after talking with trump supporters and a local immigration law professor about how this policy could be carried out. christine, john... we know that 2 to 3 million is a lot... much more than we saw under the obama or the bush administration... but technically
just involve a massive structural change... and one that people on both sides say... may not be very realistic. to deport millions of people from inside the country means immigration police interfering in people's daily lives inside the country in a way we have not seen. he's talking about an increased immigration police...or ice presence that would be historic. you need more ice police, you would need more immigration judges in courtrooms which are already horribly backlogged. you would probably need more detention centers given what he has talked about, the mere machinery of it would be massive. we would be building a very very large police infrastructure unlike anything else we've ever seen in our society. 2 to 3 million. that's how many undocumented workers donald trumps says have a criminal history and are living in our country. i don't think
3 million felons who are illigal immigrants. in fact... the migration policy institute estimates that only around 820 thousand undocumented immigrants have criminal records. it's a question of how many police do we want on our streets, in grocery stores, in work place raids, knocking on people's doors at home. the number he's given is actually hard to fathom compared to what actually has gone on. in nevada... there are an estimated 210 thousand undocumented workers...7.6 percent of our population... the highest percentage in the country... there seems to be coming in and i think there should be a better screening process. and while trump supporters agree something should be done... i don't see how he can do it. i just don't understand any way of getting rid of all those people out of this country, but i do think that they should be made to be citizens and pay taxes like all the other citizens that came from other countries do. other people i talked to today really stressed the importance of
much deporting people already here. that's actually what speaker of the house paul ryan has been saying as well. again... we haven't heard an exact plan from donald trump... but this is obviously something we'll be following closely.. if and when he does release a plan. reporting live...kathleen jacob...fox5 news... local. las vegas. police are looking for two men they say robbed six valley businesses in the last week. take a look at these surveillence pictures here. police say the men robbeed three different convenience stores on the st all three of those robberies happened on november eighth. the same suspects robbed three more convenience stories a few days later-- this time-- on the south side of town. police are also lookiing for a large tan g-m s-u-v that was used as a get-away car. anyone with information can leave an anonymous tip with crimestoppers. that number is 702-385-55-55. we're learning more about a veteran north las vegas fire captain-- who lost his life in the line of duty last month. the clark county
autopsy results for 43-year-old yaphet miller. the medical exam revealed that miller had heart diseases and died from a lack of oxygen. the fire department says miller got sick after a september blaze near rancho and washington avenue. miller died october sixth in the hospital. a man is arrested after shooting and killing his neighbor inside a mobile home park over the weekend. police say peter caris shot and killed the man in his 30's after a fight.. they say lasted a couple of weeks. it happened saturday morning on ridge court -- near harmon and decatur. officers found the man's body in the street. police say caris and the man knew each other. the argument may have been between caris and the victim's friend. carus faces murder with a deadly weapon charge. we're learning more about the little girl accidentally shot in the chest by her father. he says his other daughter had cocked the gun... before it discharged in his hands. that's according to an arrest report. police say one of zachary cory's daughters joked about being able
while he took the gun back from her -- he says it went off in his hands -- hitting his eight- year-old daughter in the chest. she's stable at u- m-c. in the arrest report -- it also shows cory admitted to investigators he bought the gun from a stranger outside his neighborhood. he faces child neglect charges. we've still got a few more days of these eighty degree temperatures. but how close is that cool down exactly? let's check in with fox five's meteorlogist sam argier with a look at the forecast. plenty of sunshine with high temperatures in the mid to upper 70s around las vegas for your monday. skies will stay clear with 60s this evening if you're going to be out viewing the supermoon; the full moon will appear 14% larger and 30% brighter this evening. overnight low temperatures
temperatures stay mild tuesday with highs in the upper 70s. you will notice some high clouds drifting into the area during the afternoon; that is a sign of some cooler and windier changes ahead. strong southerly winds will pick up across the valley on wednesday with clouds passing through. temperatures remain in the mid to low 70s. a cold front passing through the area will bring in much colder air for thursday and friday. highs will be in the low 60s and upper 50s with temperatures on friday dropping into the upper 30s. we'll keep highs in the 60s this weekend with some clouds in and out. closed captioning will resume shortly
dozens of birds are heading down an assembly line to help families in need. how one hotel is keeping a ten year tradition alive-- and feeding valley families all at the same time. and a lot of people are snapping pics of the supermoon! but it's leaving a big mess in one south carolina community. why the rare sight is being blammed for
the henderson police department reached out to fox5 and asked for our help in bringing publicity to a cold case. it involves a young teen girl who was found beaten... stabbed... and dumped on the side of the road. fox5's cyndi lundeberg has more on her special investigation.... jane arroyo grande doe... we do want to
warn you our viewers... some of these details are gruesome... on october 5th 1980.... the body of a young girl between the ages of 13-18 was found near arroyo grande in henderson. for 36 years they havent been able to figure out who this young girl is... their hoping if you take a look... maybe they can finally close this case once and for all. here's the original drawing of jane done in 1980.... here's is the one that was produced by the national center
children.... they tell me they believe this is what jane truly looked like. heres what we know about jane. .. shes a teenager about five foot... hundred pounds. she has auburn hair and blue or green eyes. the former clark county coroner who worked this case became so devoted to this case... he ended up working for the national center for missing and exploied children based in washington d-c. a new
detective for the henderson police department took over this case last year... " "theres a famly out there for 35t has no idea what happennd to their daughter and i couldnt imagine what they would be going through " "help us figure out who this is because its time for her to come home. were more than happy to give this little girl up were more than happy to say good bye to her" tonight in our special report youll also hear from the original detective on the case john williams... he became so touched by this story... he ended up paying for a funeral for jane.
says they wont be able to solve who did this.... until they can solve who she is. and of course we want to solve this case for the victim... but after speaking with the people closest to this case... i really wanna solve it for them too... theres something about jane arroyo grande doe... that touched them and they havent been able to let it go. we're gong to have the full report for you on this cold case murder and more on how you can help... tonight at 10. national guardsmen from other states are in town making sure their ready for emergency. "there is absolutely a challenge of getting multiple agencies together to accomplish a common goal. we all have the same common goal but they way we get to that goal may be different and so it's important for us to see how everybody does it and to organize ourselves in a way that we can do it with commonality." this is the guard's mock catastrophe response excercise. first responders from all over the valley took part in a simulated post-earthquake relief effort. this was the first time the annual national guard drill was co- located and hosted in two
continues from today through to wednesday. a paper plant catches on fire in north las vegas it happened around nine a-m at "clearwater paper corporation" -- near fifth and alexander. all employees inside the building were evacuated. crews say it started in the rafters then spread... but they were able to get the flames under control. no one was hurt. north las vegas fire says the fire is being ruled accidental. not everyone is enjoying the supermoon. officials closing several streets in downtown today-- after flooding caused by the supermoon. a coastal flood advisory in effect as water filled several streets in the low country. weather experts saying the gravitational pull from november's supermoon amplified seasonal king tide... bringing the high water. a number of drivers on the road are finding themselves trapped in the flooding. the last time the moon came this close to earth was january 19-48. and officials saying the moon won't look this big or bright for another 18 years.
plenty of sunshine with high temperatures in the mid to upper 70s around las vegas for your monday. skies will stay clear with 60s this evening if you're going to be out viewing the supermoon; the full moon will appear 14% larger and 30% brighter this evening. overnight low temperatures drop into the 50s. temperatures stay mild tuesday with highs t 70s. you will notice some high clouds drifting into the area during the afternoon; that is a sign of some cooler and windier changes ahead. strong southerly winds will pick up across the valley on wednesday with clouds passing through. temperatures remain in the mid to low 70s. a cold
the eastside cannery is helping to feed local families this holiday season. the hotel has donated 100 turkeys to whitney elementary students. they'll also be donating cases of water. volunteers made an assembly line to get the turkeys into the students hands. according to the school-- more than 90 percent of their students are on free or reduced lunch so the extra help is very much needed. "for holidays for thanksgiving or christmas they don't often get meals or christmas presents and so for us giving them a
giving them a sense of that they get to have a thanksgiving like everyone else gets thanksgiving is huge." the eastside cannery has been donating to the school for the past ten years the city of las vegas is giving a special gift to the blue man group-- to honor twenty five years on the las vegas strip. why the group will be celebrating a little more this
the blue man group gets a special gift from the city of las vegas today-- to celebrate the group's 25-th anniversary. "it's a really big deal for us and being here for 15 years..you're kind of a staple on the strip. and for us it's not an obligation , it's actually a joy for us to be apart of this community." commissioner steve sisolak presented the group with a key to the las vegas strip. he also official november 17-th as "blue man group day." 20-16 has been a busy year for the blue men. they released a new studio album...went on a world tour....and published their first book! you can catch their show any night of the week at the luxor hotel and casino. it's not your usual late night taco bell experience. the tacobell cantina flagship store is now open on the las vegas strip. "this is actually our seven thousandth restaurant. and to us what flagship
so when people think taco bell brand their [going to] think of this restaurant. and to us its more than just a restaurant, it's really truly the future of what taco bells will look like." the strip location is the fourth cantina to open-- but it's the first to offer 24 hour service. it's also the first logo refresh for the fast food chain in over 25 years. the cantina offers a sharable....tapas style menu with new merchandise and las vegas branded swag. there's also a d-j booth v-i-p lounges and a freeze wall with alcohol add-ins. oreos are stepping up their snacking game and oreos are stepping up their snacking game and oreos are stepping up their snacking game and breaking into a new industry.
it has been almost a week since the election... and immigration lawyers' phones have been ringing off the hook. the questions they've been fielding-- and the questions they still have about president- elect trump's plans. a warning for homeowners ahead of the holidays... there are some real life grinches out there--- packages are being taken right off the front door steps of henderson homes. what you need to do to keep your packages your safe.... oreo is getting into the candy bar business. the cookie maker teamed up with a european chocolate company to introduce the "milka oreo chocolate candy bar." it comes in three sizes -- has bits of oreo cookies in a middle layer of vanilla cream filling. the big crunch is a giant candy bar meant for sharing, weighing in at 10- and-a-half ounces. the sharable bars hit shelves around the country today. full distribution starts in january.
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