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live from las vegas, fox5 news this morning starts now "even if we have a temporary status i feel scared, i feel scared every night and i feel scared every morning." immigrant familes across the country are living in fear they could be deported. what donald trump's presid for families living in asylum. the latin grammys taking over vegas... and they're giving the gift of music to local students the lucky school set to receive a 20 thousand dollar donation in new musical instruments. honoring our nation's heroes. a first-ever honor flight takes off from the silver state. why these servicemembers are so important to america's legacy. good morning i'm dave hall. and i'm maria silva.
cassandra jones joins us now a quick look at the fox 5 weather 24-7 forecast. good morning i'm cassandra jones with fox5. we have one more nice day with sunny ses & warm conditions before change arrives tomorrow. temperatures stay mild tuesday with highs in the upper s. 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. we can expect gusts 35-40 mph on wednesday. 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 morning low temperatures on friday dropping into the upper 30s. we'll keep highs in
clouds in and out. we begin with breaking news overnight, a teen who attemtped to drive away from police is arrested after being shot at by an officer. metro says around 11:15 last night near the 95 and charleston-- a suspect attempted to run over officer during a traffic stop, the officer fired but did not hit the suspect. the suspect, daniel prichard, was taken into custody. no injuries were reported. the road has re- opened. president obama has arrived in greece, on a reassurance mission. the commander in chief is on the first stop of his final foreign tour as president. he will be meeting with foreign allies, anxious about donald trump's presidency. obama must now convince the
future isn't as bleak as he once predicted. before departing the white house, president obama reiterated his plans to deliver a message of confidence in the future of transatlantic ties during this week's talks. immigration was a huge talking point during president- elect donald trump's campaign trump's campaign promises to "build a wall" and deport undocumented immigrants is keeping immigration lawyers busy. fox5's miguel martinez valle spoke to one family who says trump's victory has them afraid for their future.
know" calls from immigrants and their families, families like the zapata's, who are fearful for their future despite their temporary legal status... "(i) spoke with my daughter and said...... cries it's not fair..." alexandro zapata and his family have lived in fear before... they ran from venezuela seeking political asylum just 3 years ago... " even if we have a temporary status i feel scared, i feel scared every night and i feel scared every morning" trump made no mention of stopping political asylum's during yet they say their temporary status makes them nervous... " in trumps presidency, i am pretty sure that anything can change, at any moment" this perceived uncertainty is more common among undocumented immigrants, people with temporary visas and muslims. " you know when you're practicing immigration law for a long time usually we have some sort of answer... " this time around, lawyers don't have an answer.. " we understand what he said on the
understand how aggressive he wants to be with immigration, but i dont think it's going to be realistic..." the president-elect has softened his stance on mass deportations in recent days, instead focusing on undocumented criminals... " what we are going to do is get the people that are criminal and have criminal records... gang members. drug dealers" still he says the fate of millions of other immigrants is still to be decided... " after the border is secured and after everything gets normalized we're going to make a determination on they're talking about and theyre great people... etc" " i hope he can become a president for all the american people, not just for half the country" miguel martinez valle fox5 news local las vegas>> here in nevada, there are an estimated 210- thousand undocumented workers, which makes up more than 7-
total population, the highest rate in the country. senator harry reid introduced his successor... senator-elect catherine cortez masto in washington,dc "i'm so happy that the people in the state of nevada understood what a talent they had with catherine. she will fill my shoes very very well. she has a remarkable career in public service as being a chief of staff to nevada governor and 28 years as attorney general." reid alongside congresswoman dina titus. introduced newcomers cortez masto, jacky rosen, and ruben kihuen during a news conference on capitol hill yesterday. cortez masto is the first latina to ever be elected to the u-s senate and the first female in nevada to hold that seat. before the latin grammy awards are handed out on thursday, they'll be handing out musical instruments to local students this is video from last year's event at rancho high school as part of its
the schools" program... today... "the latin grammy cultural foundation" will present desert pines high school with a 20-thousand dollar donation in new musical instruments. latin grammy nominated artist joss favela will be there for a q & a with the students. i'm proud to say i'll be there moderating the event again this year. 45 servicemen and women took part native american honor flight. they got to visit memorials in our nation's capitol that were built in their honor. as photographer wes battle-lee-a- zay shows us, governor brian sandoval was at the reno airport for the welcome home ceremony. closed captioning will resume shortly closed captioning will resume shortly
now this k-9, named badger is paying tribute to the beloved k9 officer. badger's new body armor reads "in memory of k-9 nicky, las vegas metropolitan police department." badger works with the orangeburg department of public safety in south carolina. the vest was donated by a group in massachusetts. the blue man group is taking over! the empire stage building will go blue on thursday, to honor the group's silver anniversary. is celebrating 25 years of blue man! plus, do you have a thing or two to say about how your child's school is run? or the lesson plans they are being taught? c-c-s-d wants to hear from you. what you need to know to weigh-in. and check out this awesome shot of the supermoon. eddie roberts captured this video of a plane approaching mccarran airport.
this thursday is officially "blue man group day." the group has been performing for around 15 years in las vegas, putting on more than 10-thousand shows. yesterday marked their 25-th anniversary and the beginning of a weeks-long celebration. "it's a really big deal for us and being here for 15 years.. you're kind of 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." the blue man group will debut some never- before-seen instruments and a track from their latest album on friday. the men in blue perform nightly inside the newly renovated blue man theater at the luxor hundreds of national guardsmen and women came together to make sure north las vegas is prepared if its hit with an earthquake. during the annual national guard drill, two crews had to coordinate their resources to make sure everyone got out safely. the teams focused mainly on to the aftermath of a quake. city officials say
"most of all communities train but the scope and magnitude of this is really unprecedented both in our valley and nationally just with the 600 national guardsmen and women that are here in our community training." "this is a really good way to prepare and make sure we're really at the top of our game which i think we are. " the crews will continue doing drills through tomorrow. this is the first time, the drills have been hosted in two states, right here in nevada and in california. the desperate search is on to find hundreds of tourists and locals stranded in a coastal town in new zealand following a powerful earthquake. rescue operations are taking place right now. massive landslides have blocked roads in the area, leaving the earthquake- hit town entirely cut off. so a team has been ferrying people out slowly using a military helicopter. tomorrow, a navy ship will arrive to bring them home. monday's magnitude 7- point-8 quake left two people dead and triggered a
good morning i'm cassandra jones with fox5. we have one more nice day with sunny skies & warm conditions before change arrives tomorrow. 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. we can expect gusts 35-40 mph on wednesday. 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
they do is controversial... but they say science is on their side. "you'll have old school physicians that don't read the new evidence and they rely on what they learned in medical school 20 years ago. so if you don't keep up with evidence... this is a dynamic field." but there are some diseases immune to our best efforts to manage old age.. alzheimer's is one of them. but tonight at ten.. we will tell you about the results of clinical trials going on in las vegas.. the drug these patients are taking shows great potential to treat underlying causes of alzheimer's.. not just the symptoms. researchers say it changer. " 2016 in las vegas, we think is a milestone year." and we'll tell you how you can enroll a loved one, friend, or even yourself in the trials for this new drug.. when you join us tonight. my two part report.. airs at 4 and then ten o'clock tonight.>> john also reports on what's in store for nevada and the
isn't an effective treatment for alzheimer's. researchers say the cost of caring for patients could tank the economy. police officers around the valley are cracking down on seat belt violations. on friday, north las vegas police will be on the lookout for people not buckled up while driving. they will also look for kids who aren't properly buckled into their booster seats. if you are caught driving without a seat belt on, you will get a ticket. the clark county school district is looking for feedback from parents, students and staff. c-c-s-d's superintendent says the new survey is a way for parents to tell them what they think about their child's school and the district. the survey questions will be used to improve schools and increase parent engagement. parents will need your student's i-d number to fill it out. we have the link to the survey on our website fox five vegas dot com. a connecticut teacher uses real statistics to beats the odds. he just won the lottery! nicholas kapoor teaches statistics
he uses math solutions to find the probability of say winning the lottery. nicholas says his 100-thousand dollar jackpot is a great way to demonstrate to his students how hard it is to win something in the real world. "we get scratch cards for our birthdays, christmas and sometimes we play an occasional powerball ticket. so what better way to show the students than with a real life example than go through the odds of winning the powerball and winning the different combinations." "i guess somebody has to win. so i'm person. and it just made the lesson that much more interesting." kapoor says he doesn't want to touch his earnings until next year, and he may use his prize money to go on a trip. he also plans to continue playing the lottery. a swanky new place is catering to taco lovers. taco bell just opened its first cantina on the strip, and its exceeding expectations. we'll take you inside opening
taco bell is fulfilling all your late night cravings on the las vegas strip. its new flagship restaurant is officially open to the public, 24- hours a day. the taco bell cantina is right by planet hollywood. it's the fast food chain's 7- thousandth restaurant. the restaurant has a retail store... space for a d-j... vip lounges... and a freeze wall with alcohol add-ins. the company says it fits in perfect with the city. "when you think of vegas you think of gambling and alcohol and just fun and party time and thats what this restaurant brings to the strip."
order from portable tablets, which will help reduce wait times taco bell also revamped its logo to coincide with its vegas strip debut. the company says it plans to add thousands of new restaurants all over the world, in the hopes of becoming a 15- billion dollar brand by 20-22. check out these great images from insidehe flagship taco bell location. facebook user matt szura shot these last night during the grand opening. you can see the huge video screens high up on the wall, across from the house d-j. the "freeze" wall looks pretty cool too a "twisted freeze" starts at 6 bucks. beer, wine and sangria start at 4. oreo is getting into the candy business. the cookie maker is teaming up with a european chocolate company to make chocolate bars. the oreo chocolate candy bars are kind of a
double-stuffed oreo, covered in chocolate. they come in three sizes, giant, regular and snack size. the larger bars hit store shelves around the country on monday. full distribution of all bars is expected in january. do you tend to overshop at the grocery store? if you're throwing food away each month, you're also throwing away your hard earned cash. coming up, how you can save money while creating less trash. honoring a great. the man who helped lead the runnin' rebels to their first n- cdouble-a final four will get a key honor at tomorrow night's
was your daughter... we just person to look at it"" investigators are still looking into a cold case dating back to 19-80. coming up in a special report, we take an in- depth look into the search for the identity of jane arroyo grande doe. moment of opportunity. a local couple gets a package delivery alert, but can't find seem to find the package. what they discovered after looking at their home surveillance
holidays to those in need. some deserving children will have a big beautiful turkey on thanksgiving, thanks to a very generous donation. welcome back, i'm maria silva and i'm dave hall. we'll get those headlines in a minute, but first - cassandra jones has a quick look at the fox 5 weather 24-7 forecast. good morning i'm cassandra jones with fox5. we have one more nice day with sunny skies & warm conditions before change arrives tomorrow. 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