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breaking news tonight ... long time cuban president fidel castro has died at the age of 90. the news of his death was first put out by cuban state television... and has since been confirmed by several national and international news organizations.. including the associated press. it says his brother, president raul castro, also made an announcement tonight on state television. at this time no one is saying how castro died ... or exactly where. we are gathering new information as it comes in and will keep you updated throughout the night here on-air and online at fox5 vegas dot com. :13 - :24 "5, 4, 3, 2, 1, .... beautiful!" here in the valley .. a sure sign of
santa clause lights the tree at opportunity village's magical forest. good evening .. i'm adam herbets. i'm faith tanner .. john and christine have the night off. the magical forest at opportunity village is 25 years old. and this year - there's no slowing down .. the amount and varaity of holiday rides and lights should give anyone a feeling of happiness .. fox5's abby theodros shows us around the magical forest and explains why it's so important each year. the countdown to christmas is on but if you can't wait till december 25 opportunit magical forest is a great place to get in the holiday spirit lights trees and holiday music melodie eleogram, pahrump: it's just beautiful! ov magical forest is turning 25 and it's bigger and better than before me: the lights i love the pretty lights and how all the trees are decorated and all the music three million led lights, holiday attractions and an express train make the park a top pick for family night this december - but it's also for a good cause bob brown, ceo/president opp village: proceeds go to opportunity village of course we run the four campuses. opportunity village is a nonprofit
children with intellectual disabilities. last year they raised $2 million dollars used to fund their programs brown: we do a lot of job training out in the community we have we have our service contracts we've got our workcenter we've got all kinds of opportunities for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities families enjoying a world of holiday cheer while helping those in need savannah scarlett: i am a fifth-grade teacher oh so anything that helps people who are in need is special to me so everything i spend here i'm happy to do abby: not only is it a good time but as i mentioned all proceeds will go to opportunity village - so it's for an even
if you add it all up ... putting the magical forest together this year-- took thousands of volunteers... a couple of months... and 30 thousand hours of hard work. also benefiting opportunity village.. the annual santa run! grab your tennis shoes... and santa suit. because thousands of santas are getting ready to hit the streets of downtown... for the the las vegas great santa run its saturday december third. and you can join in the fun... festivities kick off at nine a-m and the five k starts at ten a-m. shoppers took to stores across the valley in search of some money saving-- black friday deals today. for many stores, black friday is the busiest day of the year... and it sets the tone for the rest of the holiday shopping season... but some stores said the bargain hunting holiday... got off to a slow start this morning. "we started a little slow this morning at 6 am..." "we kind of regretted sleeping in, but it didn't really make a difference" despite the quiet
say traffic picked up throughout the day. galleria mall is expecting this year's black friday crowds to be bigger than last years. a lot of shoppers are out at the las vegas outlets... to grab some black friday bargains. the north and south premium outlets both opened at midnight. and just like in years past... both have been packed with shoppers. the reason is-- you get outlet prices-- mixed with exclusive black friday deals. shoppers we talked to say braving the cold this morning was worth it-- if they were able to walk away with deals of the season. "well, it's just a family tradition, we go ut every year for black friday trying to get all the stuff we can." "great deals" "great deals" "mostly shoes and apparel like supreme, you know. all the teen trends, we're trying to get them." "it's not as crowded as i thought it would be. it's just cold out here." really cold" the outlets have just closed up for the night .. but will re-open at the normal time tomorrow morning. if you're looking for a new furry friend to spend your holiday
foundation is waiving adoption fees for black friday! the waiver lasts all the way through cyber monday... and it could save you anywhere from 25 to 250 dollars. it's part of the zappos "home for the paw-lidayz" adoption special. zappos is reimbursing the shelter for those fees through it's "no more homeless pets network" partnership. there are more than 120 dogs and 24 cats that need new homes. macy's is admitting it has had online issues for shoppers looking for black friday deals. visitors reported macy's webpage noting "heavier traffic than normal". then they were given a countdown clock... letting them know when they could return to macy's main site. mobile users who tried to log in... were sent to a page claiming the macy's site was down for "routine maintenance". the retailer says it's looking into the glitch. macys was looking to black friday as a way to turn customers on to its online options... after closing dozens of stores this year.
police are investigating a deadly shooting near downtown. this happened at an apartment on eastern .. just north of fremont. police say someone shot a man who was in his 30's.. inside an apartment. but by the time police arrived .. a woman had dragged the victim outside. no word tonight on who the victim is or if police have arrested anybody. police do, however, say this area is known for having gang problems. it's been a tragic holiday weekend for a family in mohave county, arizona.. according to the sheriff's department .. was kiiled when she was thrown from the back of an a-t-v. deputies say the girl was the passenger... and a 12-year old girl was driving.. it happened around 3:30 wednesday afternoon... about 60 miles southeast of kingman. the young driver broke her arm ... the 11 year old died at the crash site. police say a woman hit by a train yesterday... is expected to be okay. it happened on owens avenue near the i-15 around 3-30. police say she was on the
crossing over when she was hit. she was taken to university medical center by the fire department. police say she was homeless... and lived in the area where it happened. as the new year approaches ... new york city police are working overtime.. to make sure the city stays safe. it comes amid concerns about mass casualty terror attacks at high-profile holiday events. rick leventhal is in new york city... with a look at what's being done to keep people safe. new york city has the nation's busiest subway system... with close to six million riders every day the trains can get crowded... and so can the platforms... and while police, including the nypd's elite critical response command patrol the cars and stations, crimes can and do occur below ground. carter "we ask people to be aware. be alert. when trains are pulling in and out of the station that's not a good time to be on your phone."
get pushed as a train approaches... and big crowds mean more opportunities for thieves... so veteran officers recommend keeping stuff in your front pockets, or close to your chest. goldreyer "make sure if you are carrying a bag, especially a female, you want to keep that bag in front of you. make sure the zipper is closed. backpacks the same thing i don't recommend backpacks b/c it is very easy for a pickpocket to open something that is behind you." the nypd is also on high alert for terror attacks... targeting trains or the 3 1/2 million people expected for the thanksgiving day parade. waters "we are always focused on mass transit. it is something the terrorist have talked about that i think they dream about, about causing some sort of terrorist attack in the trains so we are focused on mass transit all the time." the latest threat... from isis in an on- line magazine... encouraging followers to try and plow into crowds lining the parade route, similar to this summer's bastille day attack in nice, france... the department's counter terror chief says they're ready. waters
us in nyc. we deploy blocker car vehicles and we create a safe perimeter around events all the time and we are going to use additonal sand trucks, department of sanitation sandtrucks... those trucks don't move so somebody can hit them but they will not move." the nypd says it's never been more ready...and is encouraging everyone to enjoy the city and the celebration. in ny, rl, fn. big discounts have paved the way for booming gun sales this black friday. hundreds of shoppers flooded this gun shop and shooting range in new jersey to get their hands on some merchandise. the store's owner says he originally stocked up for a possible increase in demand-- in case hillary clinton had won the election. now... he says the store is very happy about a donald trump victory. 15 guns were sold in the shop today-- a big increase from the usual two or three. now to something that packs a bigger punch than a gun... a cannon! the fremont cannon to be
field... happening tomorrow at sam boyd. but first ... we'll show you where in the world this volcano is blowing its top... your fox5 weather 24/7 forecast is coming up next there are many people around the valley who won't have enough to eat this holiday season. and we he you'll help! the fox5 holiday food drive is back... when you go to a valley vons or albertsons-- you will see a display featuring john, christine and ted with hunger bags.... the bags are filled with items that will help fill bellies... like peanut butter and beans. the fox5 holiday food drive.... runs
select volkswagen models. this black friday at the volkswagen sign then drive event. tropical storm through costa rica today... leaving behind a deadly path in its wake. otto is now responsible for the death of at least four people in costa rica. the unusually strong late- season hurricane made landfall on nicaragua's coast yesterday as a "category two storm" but it quickly slowed down to a "tropical storm." check out this dramatic video of a volcano acting up in mexico. this is mexico's popocatepetl volcano shooting up ash into the air... more than
than 300 low intensity eruptions have been recorded in the area over the last 24 hours. health officials have also issued warnings because of the ash in the air. now fox5 weather 24/7 a low pressure trough is working it's way down to southern california over the next 24 hours. once is arrives it will start to move inland. as it more clouds and winds back to las vegas. by saturday night into sunday we could see gusts up to 40 mph at times so don't be surprised if a wind advisory is posted. as the trough passes us we will
skies with some potential drizzle. by sunday daytime highs plunge into the mid 50's and will stay there for the week ahead. a low pressure trough is working it's way down to southern california over the next 24 hours. once is arrives it will start to move inland. as it does it will bring more clouds and winds back to las vegas. by saturday night into sunday we could see gusts
surprised if a wind advisory is posted. as the trough passes us we will experience cloudy skies with some potential drizzle. by sunday daytime highs plunge into the mid 50's and will stay there for the week ahead. a low pressure trough is working it's way down to southern california over the next 24 hours. once is arrives it will start to move inland. as it does it will bring
winds back to las vegas. by saturday night into sunday we could see gusts up to 40 mph at times so don't be surprised if a wind advisory is posted. as the trough passes us we will experience cloudy skies with some potential drizzle. by sunday daytime highs plunge into the mid 50's and will stay there for the week ahead. closed captioning will resume shortly it's rivalry weekend in college football. and in this state - that means the battle for the fremont cannon. for only the second time in the last 39 years... the game between unlv and u-n-r will be at the end of the regular season. fox 5 sports director kevin bolinger joins us with a preview. kevin on cam: in this state - there is no bigger game than this - the battle for the fremont cannon. this is a rivalry that is contentious....at times nasty...and
years has been lopsided with unr winning 9 times. but right now the cannon is red - and the rebels say they'll do everything in their power to keep it that way. music/nats unlv-unr. put the two together and it's like oil and water...intensity levels go up....just listen to the coaches and you know this week is different. tony sanchez: you better be ready to go because both teams are goin be ready to fight. brian polian: when you don't win that game it's a bit of a body blow. it was brian polian and the wolfpack who took the body blow last year - as the rebels went to reno and took the cannon away - setting off a raucus celebration that included a tony sanchez hurdle and a locker room party like we've never seen. nats but when unlv cleaned the cannon for painting last year - they discovered something unr engraved on the insdie of the cannon....university of notta lotta victories...that has only added more fuel to the fire. tony sanchez: i
been saving that picture for a year. it's an interesting deal so it shows you where the rivalry is at. this game is going to be won on the ground. the rebels focus is to run the football and unr has the worst rushing defense in the country and statistically one of the worst in the nation. on the flip side - the wolfpack have a strong back in james butler who will get the ball a lot. but this is a game wh records get thrown out - rivalries bring out the best in every team...this is going to be a dogfight. kevin on cam: it is also senior day as 16 unlv seniors will be honored before the game. kick-off is set for 1 o'clock and there are plenty of seats available. unlv is an 8 and a half point favorite. at sam boyd stadium, kevin bolinger, fox 5 news, local las vegas. make sure to tune
this sunday night at 11. kevin and coach sanchez will break down the cannon game... and discuss the future of unlv football. next at ten... remembering a legend of the small screen.. the woman known to many as mrs. brady .. passes away.. see how she's being honored tonight by friends and strangers alike. shoppers have been filling the malls since last night! and some people late to shop rather than waking up early. one viewer says starting that new traditon is taking away from the old ones.
failure last night. as kerin mccue reports, henderson came from a simple background... but reached for the stars. actress florence henderson died rather suddenly of heart failure thursday... surrounded by loved ones at an l-a hospital. vargas says: "you're losing that tv mom. you know, it's sad." her publicist says henderson had been expected to 'bounce back." as recently as monday she'd attended a t-v show taping...and appeared in good health. (nats) she was known best as "carol brady"... mother of t-v's "the brady bunch"... the 1970s sitcom...that continues to air in re-runs. henderson says: "i can't tell you how many young parents tell me that their kids watch the show, because there's very little innocence left on television." henderson says: "it represents what every child wishes they had: a loving family. and the kids get along. i think
to tell the truth. if you fight, you make up. you honor your parents. you respect your teachers." ever since her passing...mourners have been visiting henderson's star on the hollywood walk of fame... where there's a growing memorial. moussa says: "that was the only kid's tv show basically that we watched growing. it was the blended family." juarez says: "i remember that she was very, she was very understanding on the show and very nice and, like, just always wanted everything good for all the children, even the kids that weren't her own." grew up in indiana. henderson says: "i grew up the youngest of ten children in a poor family. we didn't have television. but when i went to new york, i studied at the american academy of dramatic arts, in the first year i got my first job, in a broadway show." survived by her four children...and five grandchildren...flo rence henderson was eighty-two. kerin mccue, fox news. the president- elect is choosing more people to serve in his administration.. we'll get you up to date. plus we have some
and divorce rates in the united states... why some of the results don't seem to make much sense. shively says: "enormous black friday deals are dragging customers into malls all across the country today. i'm caroline shively in arlington, va. i'll have details coming up." and we hope you will take a drive through a holiday spectacular. glittering lights is back at the las vegas motor speedway...and the lights are twinkling the holiday tradition benefits the "childrens speedway charity. " glittering lights " glittering lights runs through january 7th... it opens daily at 5:30 p-m.... during the week it will cost 20 dollars per car... but on fridays and the weekends it's 30 dollars. those who donate to goodwill receive a
and international news organizations.. including the associated press. you might remember castro stepped down as president of cuba in 2008... he said it was because of his health, but that was more than eight years ago. his brother has since taken over. his brother, president raul castro, is the one who made an announcement tonight on state television. at this time no one is saying how castro died ... or exactly where. fidel castro ruled cuba for almost 50 years... and led the communist revolution there. we are gathering new information as it comes in and will keep you updated throughout the night here on-air and online at fox5 vegas dot com. loud store sounds wow... i don't know if you could call it a fight... but that madhouse rush was at a walmart in georgia...
for many families .. it's a tradition .. to get out today .. and fight the crowds for deals. caroline shively reports from the pentagon city mall -- in arlington, virginia on the black friday shopping rush. the international council of shopping centers predicts that 150.7 million americans plan to shop this weekend, lured in by black friday and small business saturday deals. rutherford says: "i'm a big black friday shopper, finding out the sales that are going on early, most of the time you make friends with someone to tell you. haha." the national federation of retailers reports that last year, more people shopped online than in stores over this holiday weekend... even ahead of cyber monday. mehta says: "any time that you can get out of waiting in line at the mall and going through that whole fever of parking, why wouldn't you want to with just two clicks buy you what need?" to pull shoppers away from cyber space and back to the mall, stores are offering deep price cuts this weekend. the wall street firm jefferies estimates walmart
percent more in discounts over last year... and it's not alone. bodge says: "there are a lot of stores that will do things to incentives you to shop in the store they'll be offering free gift cards, free movie tickets.." shopping has turned fatal in a few spots across the country. shootings outside stores in new jersey, tennessee and nevada have killed two people and wounded another two... including this dispute over a parking space that left a man dead in reno. but shopping across the rest of the country appears to be going smoothly.. the national retail federation predicts shoppers will spend more than $655 billion dollars this holiday season. that's up 3 point six percent from last year. analysts are basing those rosy numbers on lower unemployment numbers, higher wages and possibly a so-called trump bump... a further stabilizing of the economy following the uncertainty ahead of the election. jerscheid says: "looking at the folks with lots of bags lots of shopping going on i
we're going to have a good season.." while this entire weekend is an important bellweather, black friday is no longer the busiest shopping day of the year. that honor goes to super saturday, the weekend before christmas. retailers are hoping that day will make these crowds look small. in arlington, va, i'm caroline shively, fox news. 10:30 isn't too late for black friday deals... but if you'd rather stay in bed and keep watching the news... amazon is already unveiling some of its cyber monday deals. the online store will roll out more than 75-thousand sales starting monday... and the deals will continue throughout the week on a variety of products, including toys, electronics, video games and books. electronics tend to be big sellers on cyber monday.. but amazon says so far this holiday season, the "most-watched deal" has been the mermaid tail blanket. another note... thanksgiving day is becoming one of the biggest days for shoppers using amazon's mobile app. all that being said -- don't forget to get out and shop locally tomorrow..
is known as small business saturday ... and many small businesses around the valley will also be offering deals. working off that thanksgiving stuffing isn't something everyone's jumping to do. luckily-- "lifetime athletic" is offering many classes to help you get back in shape-- after over- indulging during the holidays. they say the best time to workout is after a big meal... because those extra carbs... give you more energy to get down to business. "lifetime athletic" was closed on thanksgiving.. a-m today for everyone who needed the workout. "i would feel really guilty if i didn't show up this morning. it would've been pretty sad but i feel really pumped and really great that i did come here." "the best advice is to get out there. be active. even if it just a quick walk around the block." "lifetime athletic" is open 24 hours a day-- 7 days a week. today-- they have special black friday deals
returned at the cosmopilitan hotel today. it just opened up at the boulevard pool earlier tonight. it's the fifth year the pool has been transformed into the winter wonderland above the strip. to kick off the opening-- the rink is partnering with the "tao group cares charity." anyone who brings in a toy to donate will get one free skate rental. there are also food and drink specials offered at the rink and weekly movie nights. in national news tonight.. a ship that sank nearly 150 years ago has been found! two explorers discovery of "the black duck" -- off of lake ontario's new york shore today. the ship is 144 years old... and sank during a strong wind storm back in 18-72. the ship's captain.... his wife and a crew member were the only people on board. they all survived the wreck. "the black duck" was typically used on rivers or for short voyages. it's believed to be the only fully intact ship of its kind to exist in the
the man accused of killing nine people in a south carolina church last year will soon have his day in court. a federal judge has ruled dylann roof is competent to stand trial. police say he shot nine people to death at an african methodist episcopal church in charleston, south carolina back in june of 2015. the case was supposed to have already gone through jury selection... until the judge allowed roof to go through a competency evaluation. a psychiatrist examined him earlier this month.... and witnesses testified in a hearing this week. if convicted, he could face the death penalty. jury selection in the federal trial is scheduled to resume on monday. a u-s service member was killed by an i-e-d yesterday in syria. this is the first time a member of our military has been killed in syria since special forces were deployed there in 2015 to fight isis. the explosion was about 30 miles north of isis' self-declared capital. now u-s officials say an operation to take the city from isis will begin soon. nearly 300 troops
syria. before yesterday's death, four u-s service members had been killed in iraq fighting isis. president of chile-- michelle bachelet -- signed a bill today on the right of women to live free of violence. the signature was part of the international day for the elimination of violence against women-- a date established by the united nations in 19-99... to recall the assassination of three activists in the dominican republic. they were tortur previous dictatorship dating back to 1960. divorce rates in the u-s have plunged to a 35- year low -- which begs the question ... why? well there are some theories people in the united states are getting older... changing gender roles... or just simply not getting married. this is according to the "national center for family and marriage research" at bowling green state university in ohio. the study also determined that marriage rates have remained stable, with about 32 marriages for
age 15 or older. utah has the highest marriage rate in the u-s-- but here's a surprise-- its divorce rate is higher than in 40- percent of states. some americans are foregoing marriage to stay single and live alone... or to live with their partners... without tying the knot. speaking of black friday -- i guess you could say president- elect donald trump has also spent the day shopping ... shopping for employees! tonight -- we have a few more answers to who white house team -- but the big question marks remain. peter doocy has more from the trump resort in palm beach, florida. the next white house now has a top lawyer. and a deputy national security advisor. the president elect made former f-e-c commissioner don mcghan. well known in washington for re-writing rules---literally. the white house counsel. mcghan is said to know a lot about government ethics. making him a valuable asset to an incoming president who pledges to "drain the swamp."
also made k-t mcfarland ---a major critic of the obama administration's anti terror strategy----who has been in the pentagon under reagan and at fox news as contributor --- deputy national security advisor. until earlier today mcfarland was a fox news contributor earlier this week. mcfarland outlined the dangerous international chess board awaiting the next president mcfarland says: "whether it's china, russia, iran, north korea, radical islam. they all test -- a new president always gets tested, but all these countries are lining up to test this new president." eight more potential administration members will visit the president elect at his 26th floor trump tower office on monday. among them: milwaukee sheriff david clarke. former sec commissioner paul atkins. and republican congressman lou barletta from pennsylvania. the transition team says it'sthey are looking at many of these people for multiple positions. and as trump they prepares to take over the u-s government. the russian government is trying to position itself as the leader in syria. with a spoesman saying that quote: ((f/s )) "if washington cannot or does not want to fight terrorists, it should not get in the way," disputes like this one will be handled come january by the next secretary of state. and the names floated as front- runners for that spot---mitt romney and rudy guiliani---have the transition team taking sides. so much that the
administration may now be looking elsewhere for a top diplomat. according to a report in the new york times. that also cites red flags in rudy guiliani's business background as the reason he's no longer the shoo-in he believed himself to be. but romney is still rubbing some trump backers the wrong way. since he effectively campaigned against trump during the primaries. trump insiders tell fox news romney may need to apologize to trump if he wants to come on board. which would be fine with some brown says: "i hope both of them actually have homes in the tough to pick because i think they both would do a great job." but could still be a problem with others. mccaughey says: "this election was the referendum on the trump doctrine. trump rejecting globalism. rejecting open borders. rejecting international norms in favor of america first, negotiating from strength, securing the border. nobody has been a stronger articulator, spokesperson than rudy giuliani." doocy (on-cam tag) says: "mar a lago
protected by land. air. and sea. but back at mr. trump's main residence. the new york post reports the secret service is trying to stake out two floors inside trump tower. it's apparently going to cost them three two million dollars a year. money that would be paid to the owner of the building: the trump organization. in palm beach, florida, peter doocy, fox news." still ahead ... the runnin rebels take to the court against the horned frogs.. sports director kevin bollinger was there tonight and will bring us the highlights next. and find out why people are already making plans for the next total ecplipse of the sun. your fox5 weather 24/7 forecast is coming up next so many shoppers and not enough open registers!
the runnin' rebels were back in action tonight for the first of two games... on back to back nights. t-c-u was at thomas and mack... and it was the first big test of the season for unlv. fox 5 sports director kevin bolinger joins us with highlights and post game reaction. closed captioning will resume shortly
closed captioning will resume shortly now fox5 weather 24/7 24/7 a low pressure trough is working it's way down to southern california over the next 24 hours. once is arrives it will start to move inland. as it does it will bring more clouds and winds back to las vegas. by saturday night into sunday we could see gusts up to 40 mph at times so don't be surprised if a wind advisory is posted. as the trough
experience cloudy skies with some potential drizzle. by sunday daytime highs plunge into the mid 50's and will stay there for the week ahead. a low pressure trough is working it's way down to southern california over the next 24 hours. once is arrives it will start to move inland. as it does it ll more clouds and winds back to las vegas. by saturday night into sunday we could see gusts up to 40 mph at times so don't be surprised if a wind advisory is posted. as the trough passes us we will experience cloudy skies with some potential drizzle. by sunday daytime highs plunge into the mid 50's and will
week ahead. a low pressure trough is working it's way down to southern california over the next 24 hours. once is arrives it will start to move inland. as it does it will bring more clouds and winds back to las vegas. by saturday night into sunday we could see gusts up to 40 mph at times so don't be surprised if a wind advisory is posted. as the trough passes us we will experience cloudy skies with some potential drizzle. by sunday daytime highs plunge into the mid 50's and will stay there for the week ahead. closed captioning
those black friday deals started long before this morning and while a lot of folks were soaking up the discounts-- others were not too happy. first is from antoni who says-- i personally wouldn't shop on thanksgiving day, as i know many people who are working and would rather be home with their families. i understand these families are starting new traditions, in doing so, they are stomping on old ones. old ones that are still trying to be celebrated. perhaps a compromi o late start. just let people have their dinner and a little rest. we have a caller! they give you a free $10 gift card to every shopper, and then they put four cashiers on the cash registers on black friday, on cashiers on the cash registers on black friday, on each on of their little cashier stations, with lines of 200 to 250 people long to wait to cash out. what an absolute joke. what an absolute joke. well how about some nice ranters. we all have a lot
for-- this is from tiffany. my husband and i would like to thank the three gentlemen that helped us thanksgiving morning in the albertsons parking lot on buffalo & vegas. thank you to all three for trying to jump start our car & helped push the car to get it going. we truly are so gratful that there are still good people in this world that have a heart and help others . to the three gentlemen, if you are watching this, thank you so much again for helping my husband, daughter & myself. god bless you & your families . plus here's a nancy-- nv energy gets a lot of heat but, i have to give them a kudos for thanksgiving day and metro pd. everyone was on the job no matter what the day was. power went out at 7pm and they were on it. working 24-7 power was back on in 3 hours. no biggie! maybe that should happen every holiday. think about it!! and one last thank you -- thank you to the person who turned my iphone into customer service at target (stephanie and galleria) on black friday (thursday night around 10 pm)!
take away from my kids christmas to get a new phone but thanks to you i don't have to! i don't know who you are but thank you so much for taking time out of your crazy shopping night to return a strangers phone. send us your rants to the rant at fox5vegas.com or call at 702-436- 8285 a rare eclipse ... months away .. is already having an impact. fox news reporter terace garnier tells us how the eclipse.. is impacting businesses around south carolina. the united states will experience its first transcontinental solar eclipse in 99 years...and it doesnt happen until next year... wales says: "im just looking forward to seeing it myself, you know its a once in a lifetime viewing area." but enthusiasts are already making plans alvey says: "we have had calls from people in europe, south america and so people will come from all over the world to see this and chase this eclipse." the best place to see the eclipse on
south carolina . anyone within a 100 mile radius of the city will experience 2 minutes and half minutes of pure darkness.. in the middle of the afternoon.. 12 states are along the path of the eclipse, which will travel from oregon to south carolina on monday, august 21st, 2017. alvey says: "city- wide there's a massive effort to have all kinds of events throughout the midlands of south carolina, so that people have options. places to view it, things to do." which means a major boost in spending from dining in to visiting the museums.. and weekend stays at hotels erbacher says: "75-80 rooms are booked up right now." that's 80 out of 130 rooms.a year in advanced. the columbia chamber of commerce hopes that with nearly a million tourists planning to come see the eclipse the economic impact will be powerful. in columbia, south carolina, terace garnier, fox news. next -- the heartwarming
message of friendship on thanksgiving for a stranger and a couple in arizona. jamal hinton and wanda dench... are giving thanks for a new relationship. both were strangers a week ago -- but the power of a smart phone made them friends... when dench accidentally sent him a message about thanksgiving plans. it was supposed to go to someone else but... hinton got it and responded. they were so confused that they exchanges selfies... and then dench said, hey, just come over for thanksgiving anyway. hinton says "..i indeed it was not my grandma as we al know now and i sent one back so she could confirm that i'm not her grandson and i thought why not ask for a plate jokingly and she was very welcoming and let me in." now there are plans in the works for the families to eventually meet. in the meantime-- both say they have a lot to be grateful for, including each other. fox5 news at 11, your only local station here for you at both 10 and
live from las vegas it's time for fox5 news at 11. opportunity village celebrates 25 magical years. we'll show you how they kicked off the holiday season... while celebrating their special silver anniversary. closed captioning will resume shortly plus... if you're feeling lucky you're going to want to take a trip to the state line for powerball tickets. the drawing is tomorrow... and we'll tell you how much you can make just for picking some lucky numbers. this is fox5 news at 11. local las vegas.
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