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throughout the u-s... and now vegas is added to the list. how a protest on the strip went last night... today marks a tragic anniversary in paris... the deadly terror attacks on a music ha and in a show of resilience... the hall re-opened last night with a concert. if you see more people dressed up as elvis on the strip than usual today, don't worry... they're probably just preparing for the rock n' roll marathon. more on today's big event that shuts down the strip... coming up. good morning i'm alyssa deitsch we begin with breaking news at xx:xx this morning. we are following a barricade situation... near unlv.... by maryland and
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fox5's kathleen jacobs is live near the scene gathering details for us. kathleen.. what do we know do far?
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and breaking news overseas... a powerful earthquake struck new zealand earlier this morning. it was a seven point four quake with strong jolts felt over 120 miles. there have been no immediate reports of major damage or injuries... and no immediate danger of a tsunami. be the first to know about breaking news-- by downloading our mobile app. you can also watch livestreams of our newscast... any time we're on the air. and now let's check in with les krifaton with a look at weather. mostly clear skies are building into the las vegas area as high pressure builds.
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continue to trend 5-10 above normal for the first half of the week. wednesday a deep trough rolls across nevada. it's bringing strong south to southwest winds wednesday. in the wake of the trough, much cooler air settles in. winds will shift to come out of the
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remain gusty for part of the day. temperatures drop about 15 between wednesday and thursday. tensions are still high following last week's election of donald trump tens of thousands of people are protesting across the country... including right here in the valley. fox5's kathleen jacob has more on the protesters and counter- protesters. many of us have hearts full of fear of our rights and our futures but together we take action. (cheers) (nats-- hey hey ho ho donald trump has got to go. frustration... anger... hurt... (nats-protest chants) he's digusting, he's a misogynist, he's a sexist, he's a racist. it's why nora hanon says she organized
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protest there's no way he's my president. (nats) almost two thousand people marched down the strip... carrying signs... and calling on the electoral college to do something. the popular vote to me is more important than the electoral college. it doesn't make sense for us to have to go out and vote if it doesn't count. popular vote and he does not represent the majority of americans. but on the other side... (nats fighting) it's un american its they lost, go home. we lost four years ago, we lost the popular vote, you didn't see us in the streets. counter protestors... fought back... calling on americans to accept donald trump. i agree with getting your voices heard, totally, but every city in america, not every city, but every major city has protests like this, it's not right, it makes our country look like a joke. as adults practice their freedom of speech in protests like this-- what do kids think? renee santos speaks to a
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the mood of the country to children. kistler says: "our children haven't seen anything like this before." an entire nation acting out on it's emotions of fear - anger- sadness kistler says: "it's carrying over to the classroom we are seeing forms of anxiety that i've never seen associated with another election." now educators like irene kistler are opening up. kistler says: "a lot of them are scared." sharing just how much this election is affecting students of all ages. kistler says: "it's not so much the results of the election it's the social climate of the country that produced those results that scares me." ensuring your student feels safe at school is simple- kistler says it all has to with talking. kistler says: "we all need to be having conversations with our children that none of this is ok this is not how you respond to any level of democracy." for students on campuses all across
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counselors- educators are there to listen she suggests parents have weekly conversations with their kids. allowing them to de-stress- ask questions- share their concerns. kistler says: "that is important to us as educators to be able to give kids that safe space to have conversation about difficult topics so that's happening in classrooms all across america right now." keeping classrooms a safe place for students to learn and instilling a sense of security in the hearts of students of all ages. kistler says: "we are going to create an environment for your child to be safe." renee santos reporting. metro says two people are dead... after a crash near rainbow and yorktown last night around eight. police say the two victims were in a vehicle making an illegal u-turn... when they were struck by a suspected drunk driver. the suspected drunk driver was taken to a local hospital... and will be booked for driving under the influence.
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one year anniversary of the paris bataclan terror attacks... when more than 130 people were killed in side the music hall. last night... singer sting headlined a tribute as the bataclan reopened to the public for the first time since the attack. melissa bell has more on the touching performance. cc will resume shortly.
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marathon on the strip. 45-thousand runners are expected to be at the event today. the marathon... and new years eve... are the only two events that ever shut down the strip. all eyes will be on the skies this week.... as the moon will be closer to the earth than it's been in nearly 70 years! some tips for yuo to capture the moment like a pro. plus.... today is your last chance to check out tricks in the sky... at aviation nation. all the fun going on at nellis afb... when we come
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tomorrow night-- skies... as the biggest and brightest full moon of 2016--- is just around the corner. and here are a few tips if you're looking to snap a
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photographer bill ingalls says to include landmarks in the picture. he says without another object for refferance... the shot won't stand out. if there aren't any cool monuments in your area... go somewhere away from city lights to avoid light pollution. he also says to get creative with shots... and use people to bring them to life. tomorrow's supermoon will appear about fifteen percent larger than average. and will also be the closest full moon to earth since 1948. nasa says we won't see supermoon like this until the year 20-34. now fox weather 24/7 with les krifaton mostly clear skies are building into the las vegas area as high pressure builds. temperatures will continue to trend 5-10 above normal for the first half of the week.
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across nevada. it's bringing strong south to southwest winds wednesday. in the wake of the trough, much cooler air settles in. winds will shift to come out of the north and will remain gusty for part of the day. temperatures drop wednesday and
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if you're looking for something to do this weekend... check out aviation nation at nellis air force base. (plane nats) the free air show continues today... celebrating 75 years of airpower. aviation nation showcases the history of american aviation... and salutes accomplishments by our military. there will be dozens of planes on display... along with some of the newest military aircraft. ariel demonstrations start at 10-30 this morning. and don't forget today is your last chance to check out this wax figure of captain america at nellis air force base! madame tussaud's unveiled the figure-- based on actor chris evan's portrayal of captain america in the avengers on veteran's day at nellis. they will have him on display for you
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even touch it. it will head to madame tussaud's wax museum on the strip tomorrow. a new business is bringing some girl power to the world of cars. "the girls auto clinic" just opened in pennsylvania. it's goal is to teach women how to work on their cars.... and do it in style. the shop employs five female mechanics. they repair cars... and show women how to do it themselves. but if you don't want to learn... there's also a salon that offers manicures and blowouts while you wait. a much needed win for unlv... an exicitng game that went into overtime... ends with a "w" over the division leaders. a full recap... coming up! plus... fighter conor mcgregor makes history... we'll take you to madison square garden... where
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we'll help you invest to protect it for the future. financial guidance while you're mastering life.
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rebels fans are still catching their breaths... after a huge win over the wyoming cowboys yesterday... that went into three overtimes. fox5's kevin
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don't forget to join kevin and u-n- l-v football coach tony sanchez for rebzone tonight at 11... following sports plus and fox5 news at 10. u-f-c star conor mcgregor not only won last night's title event... but did so in record-setting fashion. and no... w'ere not talking about his white mink coat. mcgregor is now the first fighter
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to hold two belts simutaneously... after defeating eddie alvarez at u-f-c 205 at madison square garden last night. the event was also the first time u-f-c was hosted at the garden. mcgregor followed up his huge win... by annoucning he is expecting his first child in may. as protests over donald's trump's election continue... hillary clinton is pointing fingers over what may have caused her to lose momentum during her campaign. who she's blaming... coming up. plus... a mother's love is unwavering right? well.... unless you don't vote in the way she wanted you to! what one texas mother did when she found who her son supported in the presidential election.
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valley this weekend... we'll have a look at how demonstrations went on the strip last night. a man is now behind bars... following deadly domestic violence in north las vegas. plus... a bus driver comes to the rescue for two lost kids. how she reunited them with their
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good morning. welcome back to fox five news this morning i'm alyssa deitsch let's check in with les krifaton with a look at weather. mostly clear skies are building into the las vegas area as high pressure builds. temperatures will continue to trend 5-10 above normal for the first half of the week. wednesday a deep trough rolls across nevada. it's bringing strong
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winds wednesday. in the wake of the trough, much cooler air settles in. winds will shift to come out of the north and will remain gusty for part of the day. temperatures drop about 15 between wednesday and thursday. we have an update to this morning's breaking news... you are taking a live look right
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this morning's barricade situation is now over... and a man has been taken into custody... following a domestic vi9olence call this morning. although this barricade is now over... you can see the roads are still blocked off. again this began as a domestic violence call earlier this morning.... officers chased a male suspect into that parking lot. which we now know that man was arrested. no word on the victim in the intital domestic violence call though. you can follow updates on and on our fox5 mobile app. a man is now behind bars... after a woman was found dead in her home last week. north las vegas police say 63- year-old randal mccray is in custody. he's accused of killing 47-year-old kayota washington. police were called to the home near centennial and lamb last tuesday. that's where washington was found with gunshot wounds. police are ruling the shooting... as a domestic homicide. mccray faces
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deadly weapon. police are looking into a shooting-- after a man who was trying to rob a conveniece store-- was killed. 24-year-old rashad ryan was shot by an employee... as he tried to rob a 7-11 off cheyenne and the i-15 early thursday morning. police were responding to a silent hold-up alarm at the 7-11.... when the man tried to rob the clerk... before he was shot by another employee. north las vegas police say they are reviewing the incident... to decide whether the shooter will face charges. a few days have passed since election day..... but tensions are still high. tens of thousands of people protesting across the country... including right here in the valley. last night almost two-thousand people marched on the strip.... calling for the electoral college to cast their ballots to represent the popular vote. hanon: i just saw a need for community organizing. we never have anything related to politics, related to social justice. i just wanted to do something for my
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hanon: he's disgusting, he's a misogynist, he's a sexist, he's a racist. all of his followers essentially are. there's no way he's my president. not everyone at the protest was against trump. one attendee said he doesn't see a point to the demonstration. daniel: i agree with getting your voices heard, totally. but...every city in america, i mean not every city, has protests like this. it's not right, it makes our country look like a joke, and it's not democracy, i'm sorry. metro reported no major problems during the demonstration. and at last check-- no arrests were made. this is the second peaceful protest in vegas in the last week. president-elect donald trump's chief of staff choice... will be announced anytime now... that's according to kellyanne conway.... his campaign adviser. conway said r-n-c chairman reince priebus has
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and is considered the front-runner for the position. also competiing for chief of staff... is breitbart c-e-o steve bannon... a close confidante of trump's. a decision could come as early as tomorrow. hillary clinton is taking a shot at the f-b-i specifically director james comey. she said in a conference call yesterday.... the first letter comey sent to the congress last month halted her momentum... while the second letter comey sent... which exonerated clinton... fired up trump backers even more. clinton has told keep moving forward. a texas mother goes to shocking lengths... after she finds out her son voted for donald trump in a mock election. tracy clemmons has the story. "here's your suitcase. bye. get your suitcase get your suitcase and get out. bye." a fresno mother yelling at her eight
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voting for donald trump in a mock election - while the camera phone rolls. "and get your sign, so when the people see you outside they know why you're standing out there." that sign in his hand says "my mom kicked me out the house because i voted for donald trump." someone posted the video to social media, and it has been shared thousands of times. "i think it's crazy. people need to realize when you put certain things on social media, you never know how far it's gonna go." neighbors were absolutely shocked to see that this happened right on their street. "i've been on this street for four years. awesome family." while we were in front of the house this evening, cps came by. whoever was inside spoke to her through the door. and the fort bend county sheriff's office is also investigating. "i have personally met with the family and saw the child, his well-being. he appears to be in good health." detective joe luera says he met with
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"she explains it was a joke." the same thing she told eyewitness news over the phone. she initially agreed to share her story on camera, but that changed. so for now, this is what we have from her. "i hope you find another tv to see him on because this is gonna be your new home you can't come back here. bye." tracy clemmons reporting. a new york mall is set to reopen today... after being locked down yesterday over a suspected shooter. this albany mall was shut down yesterday afternoon... when officers responded to reports of shots fired. there were no injuries reported... and a suspect was not arrested. police say there should not be a threat at this point... so the mall will re-open today. officers will remain on the scene to keep an eye out. an ohio judge has declared a mistrial... in the case of a white former police officer charged...
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unarmed black motorist. the decision came after jurors deliberated for more than 25 hours.... and could not come to a verdict... in the case of former officer ray tensing... accused of murdering sam dubose in a 2015 traffic stop. cincinnati mayor john cranley said he hopes... the prosecutor will retry the case. cranley: i think we've learned throughout this process how deeply prosecutor deters feels about the case and about what is right and what is that he will continue to find a way to bring justice to this case." demonstrators took to the streets in protest following news of the mistrial. dubose's family has received a nearly five million dollar settlement... including tuition for his children... a formal apology... and a memorial. thanks to a sharp pair of eyes by a wisconsin bus driver... two lost kids were reunited with their family. justin williams has more. during a typical
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talking) along comes a question, (nats - where these babies goin?) which begets a barrage. (nats - where yall goin? where yall goin? who you with? where yall live at? where? in that house, right there? does your mama know you out, by yourself? where you tryna go?) youre watching surveillance video of the milwaukee county transit system's jeannie mitchell, from the morning of october 12th, the route 35 driver spotted a five-year-old girl, and a one-year-old boy wandering aimlessly, near hopkins and hampton in milwaukee. stopped, and said, you know, "these children are by themselves." so, i decided to pull over, and ask the kids where were they goin', and who were they with" recognizing the children are not aware of their surroundings, (nats - gimme one second ... where your auntie live at?) mitchell,who says she'd only been driving this route, for a month, called milwaukee police. (nats - hi! were you guys lost?) a responding officer helps the children contact their mother, after learning they walked away from a babysitter, and were trying to find
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the parent hadn't showed-up, i would, still, be thinkin', 'what happened to those children?' but, once the police showed-up, and did their part, i felt a lot better.) ((on cam tag)) jeannie explains, about 15 years ago, her, then-5-year-old son went missing for around 12- hours. she says she was motivated to try to prevent another parent from experiencing a similar situation. this is the latest, in milwaukee. i'm justin williams, fox news. a lip-smacking celebration.... as ethel m chocolates will be getting in the holiday spirit when and where you can catch the lighting ceremony.. coming up. and a sure sign of the holidays... as the christmas tree at rockerfeller
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are smoking. according to new data from the c- d-c... cigarette smoking rates have hit an all-time low. researchers say the number of smokers dropped about 15-percent... between 2005 and 2015. but the c-d-c says more anti-tobacco action is still needed. experts say nearly half of patients diagnosed with cancer... tobacco use. the c-d-c says smoking rates are highest among men. if you get sad every fall, you're not alone. doctors say seasonal affective disorder stems from a lack of sunlight, but it can be prevented by making simple changes. "get exercise. of course that's something you always ought to do, but it's particularly important if you have seasonal affective disorder. and the other thing is to make sure that you get outside, whether, and do things, whether you feel like doing it or
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doctor rock says while many don't recognize the symptoms of "sad" until the colder months.. people can start feeling the effects as early as the end of september.. symptoms are similar to those of depression. the good news is that 'sad" ends when the seasons change. now fox weather 24/7 with les krifaton are building into the las vegas area as high pressure builds. temperatures will continue to trend 5-10 above normal for the first half of the week. wednesday a deep trough rolls across nevada. it's bringing strong south to southwest winds wednesday. in the wake of the trough, much cooler air settles
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to come out of the north and will remain gusty for part of the day. temperatures drop about 15 between wednesday and thursday.
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symbol of the
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has returned this weekend. the rockefeller center christmas tree... arve in manhattan. it is a 94 foot long norway spruce... which is a fancy way of saying it's a tall christmas tree... actually the second tallest ever for rockefeller center. the lighting ceremony is set to take place november 30th. the newly renovated ethel m chocolates... is celebrating the holiday season too. ethel m is hosting a ceremonial lighting this week... with more than a million lights in and around the three-acre
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there will be holiday performances... chocolate samples... and chances to meet santa. the free event is tuesday november 15th... at five p-m and goes until 10. you may notice some familiar faces at the grocery store this season. the fox5 holiday food drive is back... and you can help those around the valley who may not have enough to eat. "the nice thing about the drive is it is super easy for customers to get behind. you can either make a donation at the register with change- spare change or you can purchase a hunger bag. everything collected will go to benefit 3 square food bank" when you go to a valley vons or albertsons-- you will see a fox5 display. the hunger bags are filled with items that will help fill bellies. the fox5 holiday food drive.... runs now through december 31st. melania trump is preparing herself for life as the first lady of the
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she had tea at the white house today (thursday) with current first lady michelle obama. but it looks like mrs. trump is already a step ahead...as someone who's used to being in the public eye. jeanne moos looks at melania's life on social media. she's been a model....she's done commercials... she may seem like an odd duck for a first lady...but melania trump is just like us... at least on first glance at her facebook...where she posts videos...of beautiful beaches. and that great aerosmh she attended. as well as the "fun night with my two boys"... donald j trump and their son barron... the donald is driving! his son riding shotgun. unlike her husband, melania's not addicted to twitter...but some of her older tweeted photos are fun...melania as batwoman for halloween. wearing a catsuit, teasing her husband "honey
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and there's this oldie but goodie...the clintons at the trumps' wedding. ok, maybe she's not just like us. (melania trump, wife of donald trump) "hi fans, it's melania trump." not everyone has fans.... (melania trump, wife of donald trump) "hi fans - i'm going to metropolitan gala." and not everyone goes to galas in designer gowns. (melania trump, wife of donald trump) "christian seriano did for me and thank you, christian. it's beautiful job, fantastic job." you can't say melania hasn't had plenty of training for all those state dinners she and president trump will be hosting. (jeanne moos, reporting) "almost instantly after the election melania updated her instagram." at-real-melania- trump became at- first-lady-melania- trump. on thursday she chronicled her trip to washington, writing "such an honor" to visit the white house. little did she know this would end up being her home back when she tweeted this photo captioned "at home with my husband." don't worry, melania, there is a piano in the white house... should you feel the urge to recline. jeanne moos cnn new york. what's in a name?
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probably call these two baby pandas anything and they'd still be cute... but the votes are in! we'll tell you what the people decided to name
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it's always a good time to look at
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and this just proves it... take a look at these two baby giant panda twins born at the vienna zoo. they are now officially named.... fu feng and fu ban. 12-thousand fans helped name these two... and an official naming ceremony will take place november 23rd. there's much more ahead on fox5 news this morning. coming up...
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different way around town tonight... what you need to know as the rock n roll marathon gets ready to shut down the las vegas strip. all that plus breaking news, weather and traffic in just two minutes on fox five news this morning.
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major cities throughout the u-s... and now vegas is added to the list. how a protest on the strip went last night... today marks a tragic anniversary in paris... the deadly terror attacks on a music hall. and in a show of resilience... the hall re-opened last night with a concert. the strip will be shut down today... as runner take over the cityt. rock n roll marathon... coming up. good morning. welcome back to fox five news this morning i'm alyssa deitsch good morning i'm alyssa deitsch welcome to fox5 news this morning. first - breaking news...
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breaking news... of a barricade situation near unlv. you are taking a live look right now at tropicana and maryland. this morning's barricade situation is now over... and a man has been taken into custody... following a domestic vi9olence call this morning. although this barricade is now over... you can see the roads are still blocked off. again this began as a domestic violence call earlier this morning.... officers chased a male suspect into that parking lot. which we now know that man was arrested. no word victim in the intital domestic violence call though. you can follow updates on fox5vegas.com and on our fox5 mobile app. and breaking overseas... a powerful earthquake struck new zealand earlier this morning. it was a seven point four quake with strong jolts felt over 120 miles. we now know that quake has generated a tsunami... with the first waves hitting the south island. so far... no reports of major damage or injuries... we will be keeping a close eye on the situation throughout the morning. be the first to know about breaking news-- by downloading our mobile app.
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watch livestreams of our newscast... any time we're on the air. and now let's check in with les krifaton with a look at weather. mostly clear skies are building into the las vegas area as high pressure builds. temperatures will continue to trend 5-10 above normal for the first half of the week. wednesday a deep trough rolls across nevada. it's bringing strong south to southwest winds wednesday. in the wake of the trough, much cooler air settles in. winds will shift to come out of the north and will remain gusty for part of the day. temperatures drop about 15 between wednesday and
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tensions are still high following last week's election of donald trump tens of thousands of people are protesting across the country... including right here fox5's kathleen jacob joins us and talks to protestors... and counter- protestors. kathleen? alyssa, this is clearly a very emotional situation for many.... last night almost 2 thousand people marched on the strip....calling for the electoral college to cast their ballots to represent the popular vote. the protest did stay peaceful... but between protestors and counter protesters... you'll see there was definitely a lot of raw emotion. many of us have hearts full of fear of our rights and
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together we take action. (cheers) (nats-- hey hey ho ho donald trump has got to go. frustration... anger... hurt... (nats-protest chants) he's digusting, he's a misogynist, he's a sexist, he's a racist. it's why nora hanon says she organized this peaceful protest there's no way he's my president. (nats) almost two thousand people strip... carrying signs... and calling on the electoral college to do something. the popular vote to me is more important than the electoral college. it doesn't make sense for us to have to go out and vote if it doesn't count. he did not win the popular vote and he does not represent the majority of americans. but on the other side... (nats fighting) it's un american its they lost, go home. we lost four years ago, we lost the popular vote, you didn't see us in the streets. counter protestors... fought back... calling on americans to accept donald trump.
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your voices heard, totally, but every city in america, not every city, but every major city has protests like this, it's not right, it makes our country look like a joke. as adults practice their freedom of speech in protests like this-- what do kids think? renee santos speaks to a teacher... on how to explain the mood of the country to children. kistler says: "our children haven't seen anything like this before."
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emotions of fear - anger- sadness kistler says: "it's carrying over to the classroom we are seeing forms of anxiety that i've never seen associated with another election." now educators like irene kistler are opening up. kistler says: "a lot of them are scared." sharing just how much this election students of all ages. kistler says: "it's not so much the results of the election it's the social climate of the country that produced those results that scares me." ensuring your student feels safe at school is simple- kistler says it all has to with talking. kistler says: "we all need to be having conversations with our children that none of this is ok this is not how you respond to any level of democracy." for students on campuses all across the board counselors-
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she suggests parents have weekly conversations with their kids. allowing them to de-stress- ask questions- share their concerns. kistler says: "that is important to us as educators to be able to give kids that safe space to have conversation about difficult topics so that's happening in classrooms all across america right now." keeping classrooms a safe place for students to learn and instilling a sense of security in the hearts of parents with students of all ages. kistler says: "we are going to create an environment for your child to be safe." renee santos reporting. metro says two people are dead... after a crash near rainbow and yorktown last night around eight. police say the two victims were in a vehicle making an illegal u-turn... when they were struck by a suspected drunk driver. the suspected drunk driver was taken to a local hospital... and will be booked for driving under the influence. one person is in the hospital... after a hit-and- run crash on the west side of the valley yesterday morning.
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pedestrian... while they were crossing jones... just south of flamingo. police say the driver fled the scene... but then came back in a different vehicle. that driver was arrested for d-u-i. police say the pedestrian was outside of a crosswalk... and was taken to u-m-c in critical condition. one year after the terror attacks that claimed the lives of one hundred and thirty people... the bataclan concert hall in paris reopened to the public... sting opened the performance with a mite silence... telling the crowd: "we will not forget them.'' on the day of the attack-- the armed gunmen... burst through the music hall's main entrance... before firing into the crowd. in coordinated strikes that night, gunmen and suicide bombers attacked a soccer stadium and several cafes in paris. it was the worst terror attack in the history of france. "graham says: "sadly, terrorism will happen in the world and will continue to happen but we have to as a community move forward with that. "
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last night's concert... will go to two charities that are helping survivors of the paris attacks. the strip shuts down tonight... as thousands of runners from around the world mark the 50th anniversary of the rock n roll marathon... fox5's abby theodros gives us a head start on this huge event. starr gantz, lexington ky: to be out in the dark and all the lights on and seeing everything from a whole new angle. runners out in full force - ready for this weekends rock and roll festival. javier fernandez: from costa rica, yeah. im excited to be here. its my second time in vegas. 45 thousand people - from 83 different countries. javier fernandez: youre going to share the fun with a lot of runners. we are a community. a lot of runners go everywhere to share the fun running. the joy of running. a little more than 26 miles. shutting down the las vegas strip. dan cruz: the race starts down by mandalay bay, the runners go to the welcome to las vegas sign, norht bound all the way
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downotwn right past the fremont street experience, right back down the southbound lanes of the strip and then finish at the mirage volcano. dan cruz is the marthon's organizer - and says it takes an entire year to prep for the big day. dan cruz, event organizer: the strip only shuts down twice a year. once on new years eve. once for the marathon. so any undertaking like that..is going to be an all hands on deck situation. we work colaboratively with all the agencies to plan and map out what is a logistically complicated event. and drivers not to roll is partnering with the traffic app waze dc: when someone goes onto waze like they would map quest or google maps the road closure information is already pre programmed and that way it will navigate you around of the race course versus tlling you right away and not have that information. thanks abby ken smith will have a breakdown of the road closures and alternate routes if you need to get around that area today.
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the skies this week.... as the moon will be closer to the earth than it's been in nearly 70 years! some tips for you to capture the supermoon spectacular. plus.... today is your last chance to check out tricks in the sky... at aviation nation. all the fun going on at nellis afb... when we come right back.
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sweetie, you know what we're craving right now? crispy chicken and fried egg with bacon-like brunch. brunch? but it's 8pm-and it's tuesday- huh, i wonder if my mother would like to stay with us... here's what i'm thinking-brunch. all day, every day. should we get started? who wants coffee?
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southwest scrambler plate, a sparkling blood orange cooler, and homestyle potatoes.
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look up to the skies... as the biggest and brightest full moon of 2016--- is just around the corner. and here are a few tips if you're looking to snap a pic like a pro-- nasa photographer bill ingalls says to include landmarks in the picture. he says without another object for refferance... the shot won't stand out. if there aren't any cool monuments in your area... go somewhere away from city lights to avoid light pollution. he also says to get creative with shots... and use people to bring them to life. tomorrow's supermoon will appear about fifteen percent larger than average. and will also be the closest full moon to earth since 1948. nasa says we won't see another supermoon like this until the year 20-34. now fox weather 24/7 with les krifaton mostly clear skies are building into the las vegas area
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builds. temperatures will continue to trend 5-10 above normal for the first half of the week. wednesday a deep trough rolls across nevada. it's bringing strong south to southwest winds wednesday. in the wake of the trough, much cooler air settles in. winds will shift to come out of the north and will remain gusty for part of the day. temperatures drop about 15 between
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if you're looking for something to do this weekend... check out aviation nation at nellis air force base. (plane nats)
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continues today... celebrating 75 years of airpower. aviation nation showcases the history of american aviation... and salutes accomplishments by our military. there will be dozens of planes on display... along with some of the newest military aircraft. ariel demonstrations start at 10-30 this morning. and don't forget today is your last chance to check out this wax figure of captain america at nellis air force base! madame tussaud's unveiled the figure-- based on actor chris evan's portrayal of captain america in the avengers on veteran's day at nellis. they will have him on display for you to see, take photos with, and even touch it. it will head to madame tussaud's wax museum on the strip tomorrow. a new business is bringing some girl power to the
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clinic" just opened in pennsylvania. it's goal is to teach women how to work on their cars.... and do it in style. the shop employs five female mechanics. they repair cars... and show women how to do it themselves. but if you don't want to learn... there's also a salon that offers manicures and blowouts while you wait. a much needed win for unlv... an exicitng game that went into overtime... against division leader wyoming. a full recap... plus... fighter conor mcgregor makes history... we'll take you to madison square garden... where ufc history was
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thanks for the ride around norfolk! and i just wanted to say, geico is proud to have served the military for over 75 years!
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of the wisconsin now. could've parked a little bit closer... it's gonna be dark by the time i get there. geico. proudly serving the
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rebels fans are still catching their breaths... after a huge win over the wyoming cowboys yesterday... that went into three overtimes. fox5's kevin bolinger has more on the big game.
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closed captioning will resume shortly don't forget to join kevin and u-n- l-v football coach tony sanchez for rebzone tonight at 11... following sports plus and fox5 news at 10. u-f-c star conor mcgregor not only won last night's title event... but did so in record-setting fashion. and no... w'ere not
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mcgregor is now the first fighter in u-f-c history... to hold two belts simutaneously... after defeating eddie alvarez at u-f-c 205 at madison square garden last night. the event was also the first time u-f-c was hosted at the garden. mcgregor followed up his huge win... by annoucning he is expecting his first child in may. as protests over donald's trump's election continue... hillary clinton is pointing fingers over what may have caused her to lose momentum during her campaign. who she's blaming... coming up. plus... a mother's love is unwavering right? well.... unless you don't vote in the way she wanted you to! what one texas mother did when she found who her son supported in the presidential election.
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valley this weekend... we'll have a look at how demonstrations went on the strip last night. a man is now behind bars... following deadly domestic violence in north las vegas. plus... a bus driver comes to the rescue for two lost kids. how she reunited them with their
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good morning. welcome back to fox five news this morning i'm alyssa deitsch let's check in with les krifaton with a look at weather. mostly clear skies are building into the las vegas area as high pressure builds. temperatures will continue to trend 5-10 above normal for the first half of the week. wednesday a deep trough rolls across nevada. it's bringing strong south to southwest winds wednesday. in the wake of the trough, much cooler air settles in. winds will shift to come out of the north and will remain gusty for part of the day. temperatures drop
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thursday. you are taking a live look right now at tropicana and maryland. the roads are back open.... after a barricade situation occured earlier this morning. a man has been taken into custody... following a domestic violence call this morning. we now know that man was arrested. no word on the victim in the intital domestic violence call though. you can follow updates on fox5vegas.com and on our fox5 mobile app. a man is now behind bars...
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was found dead in her home last week. north las vegas police say 63- year-old randal mccray is in custody. he's accused of killing 47-year-old kayota washington. police were called to the home near centennial and lamb last tuesday. that's where washington was found with gunshot wounds. police are ruling the shooting... as a domestic homicide. mccray faces charges of murder with a deadly weapon. police are looking into a shooting-- after a man who was trying to rob a conveniece store-- was killed. 24-year-old rashad ryan was shot by an employee... as he tried to rob a 7-11 off cheyenne and the i-15 early thursday morning. police were responding to a silent hold-up alarm at the 7-11.... when the man tried to rob the clerk... before he was shot by another employee. north las vegas police say they are reviewing the incident... to decide whether the shooter will face charges.
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passed since election day.....but tensions are still high. tens of thousands of people protesting across the country... including right here in the valley. fox5's kathleen jacob joins us live after talking with protestors and counter protesters. fox5's kathleen jacob joins us to talk about the protesters and counter- sides... the trump protestors who want the electoral college to follow the popular vote...and the people who want american's to outcome of the election as is. last night almost 2 thousand people marched on the strip... we caught up with the organizer of the event...who says this movement means a lot to her. hanon: i just saw a need for community organizing. we never have anything related to politics, related to social justice. i just wanted to do something for my community. hanon: he's disgusting, he's a misogynist, he's a sexist, he's a racist. all of his followers essentially are. there's no way he's my president.
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against trump. there was a small group of people that were counter protesting... and think americans need to accept donald trump as their president. daniel: i agree with getting your voices heard, totally. but...every city in america, i mean not every city, has protests like this. it's not right, it makes our country look like a joke, and it's not democracy, i'm sorry. metro reported no major problems during the demonstration. we did see a little back and forth arguing between sides... but nothing got violent. this is actually the second vegas protest in the last week. and of course... we'll keep you guys updated if we learn of any more protests planned. president-elect donald trump's chief of staff choice... will be announced anytime now... that's according to kellyanne conway.... his campaign adviser. conway said r-n-c chairman reince priebus has expressed interest... and is considered the front-runner for the position. also competiing
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steve bannon... a close confidante of trump's. a decision could come as early as tomorrow. hillary clinton is taking a shot at the f-b-i specifically director james comey. she said in a conference call yesterday.... the first letter comey sent to the congress last month halted her momentum... while the second letter comey sent... which exonerated clinton... fired up trump backers even more. clinton has told her supporters to keep moving forward. a texas mother goes to shocking lengths... after she finds out her son voted for donald trump in a mock election. tracy clemmons has the story. "here's your suitcase. bye. get your suitcase get your suitcase and get out. bye." a fresno mother yelling at her eight year old son for
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election - while the camera phone rolls. "and get your sign, so when the people see you outside they know why you're standing out there." that sign in his hand says "my mom kicked me out the house because i voted for donald trump." someone posted the video to social media, and it has been shared thousands of times. "i think it's crazy. people need to realize when you put certain things on social media, you never know how far it's gonna go." neighbors were absolutely shocked to see that this their street. "i've been on this street for four years. awesome family." while we were in front of the house this evening, cps came by. whoever was inside spoke to her through the door. and the fort bend county sheriff's office is also investigating. "i have personally met with the family and saw the child, his well-being. he appears to be in good health." detective joe luera says he met with the mom and the little boy off-site. "she explains it was a joke." the same thing she
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phone. she initially agreed to share her story on camera, but that changed. so for now, this is what we have from her. "i hope you find another tv to see him on because this is gonna be your new home you can't come back here. bye." tracy clemmons reporting. a new york mall is set to reopen today... after a major scare of a possible shooter inside this weekend..... this albany mall was on lockdown yesterday when officers responded to reports of shots fired. there were no injuries reported... and a suspect was not arrested. police say there should not be a threat at this point... so the mall will re-open today. officers will remain on the scene to keep an eye out. an ohio judge has declared a mistrial... in the case of a white former police officer charged... with fatally shooting an unarmed black motorist.
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after jurors deliberated for more than 25 hours.... and could not come to a verdict... in the case of former officer ray tensing... accused of murdering sam dubose in a 2015 traffic stop. cincinnati mayor john cranley said he hopes... the prosecutor will retry the case. cranley: i think we've learned throughout this process how deeply prosecutor deters feels about the case and about what is right and what is wrong. so i expect that he will continue to find a way to bring justice t demonstrators took to the streets in protest following news of the mistrial. dubose's family has received a nearly five million dollar settlement... including tuition for his children... a formal apology... and a memorial. thanks to a sharp pair of eyes by a wisconsin bus driver... two lost kids were reunited with their family. justin williams has more. during a typical trip, (nats of bus driver talking) along comes a
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(nats - where these babies goin?) which begets a barrage. (nats - where yall goin? where yall goin? who you with? where yall live at? where? in that house, right there? does your mama know you out, by yourself? where you tryna go?) youre watching surveillance video of the milwaukee county transit system's jeannie mitchell, from the morning of october 12th, the route 35 driver spotted a five-year-old girl, and a one-year-old boy wandering aimlessly, near hopkins and hampton in milwaukee. mitchell says: "i stopped, and said, you know, "these themselves." so, i decided to pull over, and ask the kids where were they goin', and who were they with" recognizing the children are not aware of their surroundings, (nats - gimme one second ... where your auntie live at?) mitchell,who says she'd only been driving this route, for a month, called milwaukee police. (nats - hi! were you guys lost?) a responding officer helps the children contact their mother, after learning they walked away from a babysitter, and were trying to find a relatives house. mitchell says: "if the parent hadn't showed-up, i would, still, be thinkin',
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showed-up, and did their part, i felt a lot better.) ((on cam tag)) jeannie explains, about 15 years ago, her, then-5-year-old son went missing for around 12- hours. she says she was motivated to try to prevent another parent from experiencing a similar situation. this is the latest, in milwaukee. i'm justin williams, fox news. a lip-smacking celebration.... as ethel m chocolates will be getting in the holiday spirit. when and where you can catch the lighting ceremony.. coming up. and a sure sign of the holidays... as the christmas tree at rockerfeller
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according to new data from the c- d-c... cigarette smoking rates have hit an all-time low. researchers say the number of smokers dropped about 15-percent... between 2005 and 2015. but the c-d-c says more anti-tobacco action is still needed. experts say nearly half of patients diagnosed with cancer... are linked to tobacco use. the c-d-c says smoking rates are highest among men. if you get sad every fall, you're not alone. seasonal affective disorder stems from a lack of sunlight, but it can be prevented by making simple changes. "get exercise. of course that's something you always ought to do, but it's particularly important if you have seasonal affective disorder. and the other thing is to make sure that you get outside, whether, and do things, whether you feel like doing it or not." doctor rock says while many don't recognize the symptoms of "sad" until the colder months.. people can start feeling the effects as early
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symptoms are similar to those of depression. the good news is that 'sad" ends when the seasons change. now fox weather 24/7 with les krifaton mostly clear skies are building into the las vegas area as high pressure builds temperatures will continue to trend 5-10 above normal for the first half of the week. wednesday a deep trough rolls across nevada. it's bringing strong south to southwest winds wednesday. in the wake of the trough, much cooler air settles in. winds will shift to come out of the north and will remain gusty for
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about 15 between wednesday and thursday.
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a traditional symbol of the holiday season... has returned this weekend. the rockefeller center christmas tree... arrived yesterday in manhattan. it is a 94 foot long norway spruce... which is a fancy way of saying it's a tall christmas tree... actually the second tallest ever for rockefeller center. the lighting ceremony is set to take place november 30th. renovated ethel m chocolates... is celebrating the holiday season too. ethel m is hosting a ceremonial lighting this week... with more than a million lights in and around the three-acre garden. there will be holiday performances... chocolate samples... and chances to meet santa. the free event is tuesday november 15th... at five p-m and goes until 10.
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grocery store this season. the fox5 holiday food drive is back... and you can help those around the valley who may not have enough to eat. "the nice thing about the drive is it is super easy for customers to get behind. you can either make a donation at the register with change- spare change or you can purchase a hunger bag. everything collected will go to benefit 3 square food bank" when you go to a valley vons or albertsons-- you will see a fox5 display. the hunger bags are filled with items that will help fill bellies. the fox5 holiday food drive.... runs now through december 31st. melania trump is preparing herself for life as the first lady of the united states... she had tea at the white house today (thursday) with current first lady michelle obama. but it looks like mrs. trump is already a step ahead...as someone who's used to being in the public eye. jeanne moos looks at melania's
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she's been a model....she's done commercials... she may seem like an odd duck for a first lady...but melania trump is just like us... at least on first glance at her facebook...where she posts videos...of beautiful beaches. and that great aerosmith concert she attended. as well as the "fun night with my two boys"... donald j trump and their son barron... the donald is driving! his son riding shotgun. unlike her husband, melania's not addicted to twitter...but some of her older tweeted photos are fun...melania as batwoman for halloween. wearing a catsuit, teasing her husband "honey see you soon." and there's this oldie but goodie...the clintons at the trumps' wedding. ok, maybe she's not just like us. (melania trump, wife of donald trump) "hi fans, it's melania trump." not everyone has
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of donald trump) "hi fans - i'm going to metropolitan gala." and not everyone goes to galas in designer gowns. (melania trump, wife of donald trump) "christian seriano did for me and thank you, christian. it's beautiful job, fantastic job." you can't say melania hasn't had plenty of training for all those state dinners she and president trump will be hosting. (jeanne moos, reporting) "almost instantly after the election melania updated her instagram." at-real-melania- trump became at- first-lady-melania- trump. on thursday she chronicled her trip to washington, writing "such an honor" to visit the white house. this would end up being her home back when she tweeted this photo captioned "at home with my husband." don't worry, melania, there is a piano in the white house... should you feel the urge to recline. jeanne moos cnn new york. saturday night live is usually about the funny.... but last night they got all... emotional on us. " "32-36 singing when we come
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more on kate mckinnion's
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live opened their show last night... of course about the election... but it was mor touching than you'd think. " " mckinnion: even though it all went wrong/i'll stand before the lord of song/with nothing on my tongue but hallelujah." kate mckinnion tributing both
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cohen...singing his famous song hallelujah. mckinnon ended the perfomance by telling the audience... i'm not giving up, and neither should you. they're so cute, we have to look at them again... take a look at these two baby giant panda twins born at the vienna zoo. they are now officially named.... fu feng and fu ban. 12-thousand fans two... and an official naming ceremony will take place helped name these two...
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naming ceremony will take place november 23rd. that does it for us for fox5 news this morning weekend edition. thank you so much for joining us. make sure you tune in tonight for fox5 news at 10 and of course stay up with local headlines on fox5vegas.com
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president-elect donald trump moves to take the reins of power. >> we discussed a lot of different situations, some wonderful >> my number one priority in the coming two months is to try to facilitate a transition that ensures our president elect is successful. >> as trump gets ready to name his team and set his agenda, we'll discuss both with top adviser kellyanne conway, live only on "fox news sunday." then the republican congress begins setting its priorities,

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