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closed captioning will resume shortly state lawmakers are are in to carson city this week-- for the special session on n-f-l stadium funding. the special session started this morning. governor b sandoval called lawmakers to the state capitol-- to approve or deny public funding for a proposed one- point nine billion dollar stadium. lawmakers also have to consider approving funding to expand the las vegas convention center. october is breast cancer awareness month... and the susan g komen foundation wants you to watch out for fake donation scammers. the foundation says a number of businesses have been contacted by women looking to collect funds.... or place donation boxes outside businesses. they say the caller does not give a name or
and number.... or the number to the susan g komen headquarters in dallas. the foundation says they do not use donation boxes except at events with a foundation representative. a new exhibit in utah tells the story of nevada's nuclear testing... and the downwind effect of the people impacted. the downwinders of utah archive in salt lake city includes stories... maps and statistics from the testing in the fiftys and sixtys. photos show crowds of people watching huge mushroom clouds of smoke. the goal of the exhibit is to educate future generations about the radioactive fallout. many believe the nuclear testing led to a rise in cancer for those living downwind. it turns out less than half of nevada students are considered proficient in reading... according to common core standards. only about one third of students are hit that mark in math. the department of education released these results... on the 20-16 smarter balanced assessments. the tests are
eighth grade. education officals say the results show new investments in english language learners are paying off. the clark county school district is starting off "national school lunch" week by launching regular tours of their facility. everyone's invited from students and parents to teachers and faculty. the purpose is to give the public a look into what goes into making student lunches-- and give people a chance to try the new items they have cooking up. the c-c-s-d food service facility serves 240 thousand meals a day. "being in such a large district and having such a diverse population, there's a lot of food insecurities and a lot of our students, these are the two meals that their receiving on a daily bases so being able to provide those healthy foods for them is really important." the tour is totally free and last about an hour. c-c-s-d asks that you register in advance. the gloves were off for donald trump and hillary clinton sunday night at
louis. the presidential contenders participated in their second presidential debate... and it was every bit at combative as expected. emily schmidt is in st louis with more. there was no handshake between donald trump and hillary clinton sunday night in saint louis. that icy start set the tone for another contentious debate. discussion turned quickly to recently-released video of trump making lewd and sexually aggressive comments about women. donald trump/(r) presidential nominee: "certainly i'm not proud of it. but that was something that happened." hillary clinton/(d) presidential nominee: "i think it's clear it to anyone who heard it, it represents exactly who he is.") the candidates sparred on topics from foreign policy to personal temperament. and there were surprises -- like the moment trump knocked his own running-mate on the issue of syria. donald trump/(r) presidential nominee: "he and i haven't spoken and i disagree. i disagree." martha raddatz/abc news (offcam) :"you disagree with your own running mate?" donald trump/(r) presidential nominee: "i think you have to knock out isis." mike pence -- who confirmed that he is not dropping the ticket -- blamed the moderator (mike pence/(r)
got a lot of respect for martha raddatz, but she just misrepresented the statement that i made in my national debate." clinton said the debate went as anticipated hillary clinton/(d) presidential nominee: "i pretty much saw what i expected to see the town hall format allowed voters to pose questions. karl becker/town hall participant: "would either of you name one positive thing that you respect in one another?" clinton said she respected trump's kids. trump said he respected that clinton was a fighter. and finally ... they shook hands. in st. louis, missouri, i'm emily schmidt. there were expectations that -- because of the recent uproar over trump's "access hollywood" outtakes -- this debate would have higher ratings than the first. that didn't prove to be the case. sunday's face-off in st. louis had about 20-percent fewer viewers. but the audience was still pretty big -- at least 60 million people tuned in.
production of the galaxy note seven. what phone companies are now offering their customers instead. and a tasty recall by an ice cream brand. the mistake the company made that's leaving customers with a delicious suprise. this is fox5 news at 5:30, your only choice for live local news right now i think my strongest asset, maybe by far, is my temperament. i'd like to punch him in the face, i'll tell you. i would bomb the [bleep] out of 'em. i could stand in the middle
of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them
how tall are you? how do we measure greatness in america? the height of our skyscrapers? the size of our bank accounts? no. it's measured by what we do for
our children. the values we pass on. i've spent my life fighting for kids and families where our children can rise as high as their dreams and hard work take them. that means good schools for every child in every zip code. college that leads to opportunities... not debt. and an economy where every young american can find a job that lets them start a family of their own. we face big challenges, but we can solve them the same way families do. working together.
i want our success to be measured by theirs. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. as a marine combat veteran, i understand the sacrifices our military makes. our benefits are earned, and we rely on them. politicians
like joe heck should understand that. narrator: joe heck voted to shut down the federal government, risking critical services for nevada veterans. and during that shutdown, heck continued cashing his congressional paycheck. his military record deserves respect. but back in dc, joe heck is putting politics before nevada. and that doesn't work for me. narrator: vote vets is responsible for the content of this advertising. samsung is reportedly halting production of its galaxy note seven smartphone. this following reports that new, replacement note seven's also sparked fires. a south korean news agency is reporting the samsung production halt. in the meantime, u-s carriers a-t- and-t and t-mobile not taking any
both companies announcing they will stop issuing new galaxy seven devices to customers. a-t-and-t will allow users to return the phone for a different samsung model while t-mobile customers can pick a different device or receive a refund. ice cream lovers, listen up! two brands of frozen treats are being recalled today. nestle issued a voluntary recall of its drumstick ice cream cones-- the drumsticks may be contaminated with listeria. the recall includes the 16- count variety pack...and the 24- count vanilla pack. no illnesses have been reported at this time. nestle says if you have these ice creams, please don't eat them -- return them to the store you bought them from, or contact nestle consumer services for replacement. the turkey hill brand is recalling some of its ice cream after it was mislabeled. the recall affects some 48- ounce containers whose side label reads "dutch chocolate." but the packages actually contain the rocky road flavor that can trigger some food allergies. the rocky road
turkey hill says that consumers who are not allergic to those two ingredients don't need to be concerned. some states around the country are renaming columbus day. why some are saying... it's not such a good idea. and hurricane matthew leaves behind an explosive discovery. what south carolina's mayor found washed up on shore after the storm. your fox5 weather 24/7 forecast is coming up next there's the nevada way. work hard. play by the rules. pay your taxes. and then there's the danny tarkanian way. penalized for failing to pay thousands in property taxes.
worse, tarkanian refused to pay it back, sticking taxpayers with the bill. the danny tarkanian way? the wrong way for nevada. dccc is responsible for the content of this advertising. jacky rosen: i'm jacky rosen, and as a computer programmer, i created apps... before they were called "apps" and i learned there's always a smart solution. as president of my synagogue, we found a smart solution to rising energy costs... creating one of the largest solar projects in the state. to make all of nevada a leader in solar, to improve our schools, and create good jobs. i approved this message because i know we can find smart solutions... even in washington. i'm one of the lucky ones. i had breast cancer, but they caught it in time. there are many women who depend on planned parenthood for that kind of screening and care. so i'll never understand politicians like
it's not uncommon for autistic kids to flap their hands. and so when i saw that, that was completely disqualifying. i'm a republican, but this election is so much bigger than party. my son max can't live in trump world. i
don't always agree with her, but she's reasonable. and she's smart. she can work with people to solve problems. i want to be able to tell my kids that i did the right thing when it really mattered. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. columbus day traditionally celebrates the anniversary of christopher columbus coming to america. now some states are calling for a name change with a different focus.
has more. still a holiday -- but with a different focus -- calls for switching columbus day to indigenous people's day -- are happening in many places across the country -- while some support the idea ... others are unsure... (mos) -- vermont has hopped on board... at least for this year. on thursday, governor peter shumlin declared columbus day 'indigenous people's day'. (mos) manager leo pullar says the proposal was brought up in a meeting back in august -- ever since then, he's been doing his research... (sot) he says the select baord won't vote on the idea for months. even if they go for it the state has final approval. pullnar says the issue is important to many in the area. pullar says he's still wants more of the community's input, before a vote
after hurricane matthew made its way up the coast.... officials in south carolina made an explosive discovery along state's shore. civil war cannonballs were found unearthed in folley beach near charleston. the age-old ordinance was discovered by the city's former mayor... who was walking along the beach when he spotted the rocky-looking cannonballs fused together by rust. county bomb squad and us air force officials
confirmed the ordinance... removing and detonating most of of the find, with the rest going to a nearby naval base. now fox5 weather 24/7, the clouds passing through this afternoon and evening will not bring us any rain around the las vegas valley. temperatures this afternoon are hovering in the low 90s and upper 80s; we'll see overnight lows drop into the upper 60s. we'll stay above average in the temperature through the rest of the week. highs on tuesday hover around 90 degrees with less cloud cover and more sunshine. a couple systems passing by out area will bring more cloud cover friday and sunday, along with increasing winds around the valley. we'll be cooling back down again
the clouds passing through this afternoon and evening will not bring us any rain around the las vegas valley. temperatures this afternoon are hovering in the low 90s and upper 80s; we'll see overnight lows drop into the upper 60s. we'll stay above average in the department through the rest of the week. highs on tuesday hover around 90 degrees with less cloud cover and more sunshine. a couple systems passing by out area will bring more cloud cover friday and sunday, along with increasing winds around the valley. we'll be cooling back down again early next week.
an oklahoma woman has lost everything-- her family...her home.... now some bikers are ing in to help put a roof over her head. thornton says: "lost half of my family within four months apart." ride oklahoma charities hosted a special run for wilda thornton over the weekend. last year, wilda lost her husband to cancer -- just four months later her daughter brandi was stabbed to death by her son- in-law. then, her son-in- law burned down the home she shared with her daughter. now ride oklahoma charities wants to help wilda put her life back together. the ride raised 26-thousand dollars for wilda. the hidden cash craze is back! where hundreds of dollars are being hidden... and where folks are finding the clues to the mysterious money. this is fox5 news at
question 1 protects the
right of law abiding nevadans to bear arms. carry. hunt. protection. it's all there. doesn't change. and no one goes to jail for swapping guns while hunting or at the shooting range. what changes is convicted felons can't run to a gun show or go online and buy guns without background checks. that will save lives. yes on 1.
here's a look at some of the 'all new' stories we are working for fox5 news at six. from gold to diamonds... olympic gold medalist -- ryan lochte -- pops the question to a former playboy
model. why he knew she was "the one". and... a celebrity tattoo artist creates a lot of buzz. we'll hear from participants who got tattoos from him... without being allowed to choose the design. the hidden cash craze is back in california! a huge crowd swarms this beach in santa monica sunday... searching for a hidden cash prize! an app... giving clues to a loot of 1-thousand dollars... that was buried somewhere in the santa monica beach sand. the winner... mike kaplan... says he only dug
he's divisive and dangerous. "uh, i don't know what i said. uh... but congressman hardy supports trump 100% and said he'll do whatever trump wants him to do. hardy even said people with disabilities are a drain on society and that seniors who rely on programs like social security are a draw on government. donald trump and congressman hardy -- divisive and dangerous.
our benefits are earned, and we rely on them. politicians like joe heck should understand that. narrator: joe heck voted to shut down the federal government, risking critical services for nevada veterans. and during that shutdown, heck continued cashing his congressional paycheck. his military record deserves respect. but back in dc, joe heck is putting politics before nevada. and that doesn't work for me. narrator: vote vets is responsible for the content of this advertising. fox5 news at 6
a crash kills two people... after brakes fail for a dump truck. we'll have the latest on the traffic caused by the crash. plus... it's kickoff time for the special session! we'll have a recap of day one... as lawmakers discuss on a possible n-f-l stadium in las vegas. and... parking can already be a struggle for u-n- l-v students. now -- there's going to be changes ahead of the final presidential debate at u-n-l-v. what students will have to do... to get to and from campus. this is fox5 news at 6. local. las vegas two people were killed after a dump truck crashes into a sedan... then into an r-v. i'm christine maddela. i'm john huck. troopers say it was because of a brake failure. fox5's adam herbets is live at the scene near red rock with more. closed captioning