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live from las vegas. your only choice for live local news right now. with emmy award winner john huck. christine maddela. and weather 24/7 with chief meteoroligist ted pretty. this is fox5 news at 5:30. local las vegas. thanks for joining us for your only local news at 5:30. let's get you up to date with the latest local headlines. a man is dead in
henderson as police investigate the second homicide of the year. fox5's miguel martinez-valle is live with more details... from where it happened - near green valley parkway - and sunset. earlier this afternoon neighbors say they were startled by what sounded like gun shots, those shots left one man dead... and police are still investigating
happened... henderson police were called in
around 1:30, they found a 26 year old man dead at the scene... no one else was injured, and they say its not exactly clear what led up to the shots, for neighbors of the area, the sound of gunfire isnt something theyre used to hearing every day so after hearing the shots some rushed outside to see what was going on... " yea i think it was about 1:30 or so i heard about 5 came out and looked, and the street was quiet, and i just saw a van pull out. i dont know, it didnt look like it belonged there." police dont have a suspect or suspects in custody at the moment, theyre following up with all of their leads, i'll
you as we get it, coming up at 6, some of the neighbors of the area say their once very safe area has slowely been getting concerning, live, miguel martinez- valle, fox5 news local. las vegas. the iowa caucus is tonight... as voters help choose their party's nominee for president. all weekend long - candidates have been campaigning hard across the state. ""tonight, it really is, it's crunch time. all of this work it's all about this. i put up my own money, i self funded." it's time we had somebody that makes proper decisions because we've got people that don't know what they're doing." "in the last nine months we have received 3.2 million individual contributions." "that is more individual contributions than any candidate in the history of the united states" after iowa... comes nevada in just a few weeks. fox five's ophelia newsroom... with
turn out the vote for a presidential caucus. were 19 days away from the caucus - 22 days away from our republican caucus. in the nominating process nevada will be the fourth to weigh in - and is one of only 13 states to caucus rather have a primary. this is nevada's third presidential which means campaigning involves explaining what caucusing means to begin with. volunteers for both hillary clinton and bernie sanders are knocking on doors - encouraging participants to come to mock caucuses. meanwhile lt governor mark hutchison is rallying voters for marco rubio - by reaching out to iowans voters today. "senator rubio does well in iowa does well in nh the momentum rolls and we have a good momentum comig into nevada" "caucusing is true democracy at its very grassroots. instead of going into a booth and just pushing a button you go into a precint meetings at your voting place and you meet with your neighbors who are in your precint and
candidates" i sat down with csn's professor of political science mark peplowski. who says nevada is very lucky to have a caucus - because it's where voters have the most say and participation. he predicts several republican candidates will drop out after tonight - after nevada's caucus - he thinks there will only be 2 democrats and about 7 republicans left. nevada is the only state west of the rockies to have a caucus. "grease live" scores huges ratings last night. "(music)" why the success is bittersweet for one of its cast members. this is fox5 news at 5:30, your only
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my campaign is funded by over two and a half million small contributions. people who know you can't level the playing field by taking more money from wall street. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. join the fight to take back our government. and even stronger ratings - for "grease live" - which aired sunday night on fox. it averaged more than 12 million viewers over three hours - and was a top-
social media. "i cold hurt someone like me... out of spite or jealousy." however - the highest praise may have been for vanessa hudgens - who played "rizzo" in the production. she went ahead with her performance - just hours after her father passed away from cancer. the show was dedicated to his memory. critics also raved about the show's new take on the classic 1978 film... with the production unfolding in real time over a number of sound stages. the estate of david bowie... is being divided up. the late singer left behind about 100-million dollars. about half will go to his wife... supermodel iman. most of the rest will fo to his 44- year old son - and a trust for his 15 year-old daughter. bowie also left two-million to his personal assistant... and one-million to his son's former nanny. a therapeutic ride
for veterans. how they're hitting the
you should be able to get ahead and stay ahead. but so many families don't feel like their hard work pays off. that's not the way america is supposed to operate. i want to go to bat for them every single day. get incomes rising... get equal pay for women... cut the cost of health care and child care so people can actually get ahead. hillary clinton, she has what it takes to get things done.
more than 80 people are dead - and more than 100 wounded - after boko haram militants burned a village to the ground over the weekend. as robyn kriel reports from nigeria - the militants attacked just after evening prayers - shooting villagers - and setting homes on fire. this is what's left of the town of dalori, after militants arrived early on saturday evening armed with machine guns and explosives. most residents fled quickly. they spent the night in the bushes - hiding from the explosions and shooting- and watched their town razed to the ground.
managed to repel the attackers after a fierce firefight. too late for some dozens
lost their lives. dalori is close to the heavily guarded nigerian town of maiduguri, the birthplace of boko haram before it was ousted 3 years ago. it is home to roughly 20 thousand internally displaced nigerians - who fled other areas besieged by fighting, constant boko haram raids and suicide bombings. (robyn kriel, cnn correspondent) "security experts tell cnn this sort of brazen attack, so close to maiduguri, is surprising but shows that boko haram's operational capacity has not been diminished along with its loss of territory. this attack also has major implications for nigeria's president mohammedu buhari's plans to return displaced people to areas liberated from boko haram." buhari earlier claimed in 2015 that his soldiers would defeat boko haram by the end of the year. but the militant jihadi group, which renamed itself "iswap"-- islamic state's west african province-- in march
allegiance to isis, has been able to fight back. several deadly attacks in
the country's north east in december 20-15 and january 20-16 have destroyed any hope of a swift end to the fighting. one survivor says he hid in a tree and heard the screams of children - as the village was attacked. the world health organization says the explosive spread of the zika virus should be declared an international emergency. it's spreading rapidly across south and central america - and is a threat anywhere mosquitos exists - since they carry the virus. the w-h-o held an emergency meeting today to discuss the problem in switzerland. it warns there could be as many as four million new infections this year - and right now - there is no treatment for it. "the lack of vaccines and reliable diagnostic tests and the absence of
in newly-affected countries were cited as further causes for concern." zika is virus is linked to a surge in dangerous birth defects in brazil -- prompting travel warnings for pregnant women or women who plan to become pregnant. the outbreak of e-coli illness linked to chipotle restaurants that sickened at least 60 people appears to be over. that's according to the c-d-c - who says the most recent illness reported to the agency started on december 1-st. however - the source is still unknown. chipotle undertook an aggressive revamping of food preparation methods at its more than 19- hundred locations. the outbreak drove the company's stock down by 26 percent over the past three months - but it rebounded sharply today on wall street. dozens of veterans cycle through red rock canyon and blue diamond as way of therapy. it's part of the "ride to recovery" annual mountain bike ride. the program says cycling helps
injuries or p-t-s-d. the event hellps raise awareness about their physical and psychological rehab and recovery program. one veteran was also surprised with a custom made hand-cycle... thanks to "lasher sport" which creates custom sports equipment. "ive said it since ive been hurt. doing sports and recreation is best therapy there is. theres so much you can do on physical therapy mat or office or clinical setting. you get out here with other people of similar injuries and in outdoors. if you were active before being hurt you can want to go back to that lifestyle. with equipment like this you can do this." "ride to recovery" hosts several road and mountain bike rides every year. they say more than ten-thousand veterans benefit from the program. now fox5 weather 24/7, with chief meterologist ted pretty
close-to-freezing with 33 as a morning start on tuesday. north breezes 10-15 mph are expected on tuesday afternoon with a high of only 46 degrees with mostly clear skies. we'll be even cooler on wednesday morning with a low of 31 degrees, then a mostly clear high of 49. we will then warm up to the mid-upper 50s through saturday with 62 expected sunday. average high is 60, 61 by the weekend.
close-to-freezing with 33 as a morning start on tuesday. north breezes 10-15 mph are expected on tuesday afternoon with a high of only 46 degrees with mostly clear skies. we'll be even cooler on wednesday morning with a low of 31 degrees, then a mostly clear high of 49. we will then warm up to the mid-upper 50s through saturday with 62 expected sunday. average high is 60, 61 by the weekend. closed captioning
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contestants - including both men and women - battled the elements for the "tough guy 20-16" race. the nine mile grueling course is run at a farm each year - and is described as the world's toughest one day race. the athletes climb a forty foot wall - crawl under ropes - run through fire - and navigate through mud. the event started nearly 25 years ago - and attracts competitors from all over the world. thanks for joining us.. fox5 news at 6 o'clock is straight