tv FOX5 News This Morning FOX November 14, 2016 4:30am-5:00am PST
but first - cassandra jones has a quick look at the fox 5 weather 24-7 forecast. good morning i'm cassandra jones with fox5. today will be another sunny & warm day across the valley with light winds. we will top out at 78 degrees today with 79 expected tuesday. wednesday a deep trough rolls across nevada bringing strong 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 more than 15 between wednesday and thursday down to 60 degrees with some of the coldest temperatures so far this season expected on friday morning, frost advisories may be issued. we will stay in the upper 60's with sunshine through the weekend. good morning. here's a look at
let's begin with your drive here are the accidents to watch out and alternate routes you can use listed on our maps here are the construction areas to look out for and alternate routes listed on our maps back to the news desk police are trying to figure out why a man shot and killed one of his neighbors at their mobile home park.
called to the park near harmon and decatur sunday morning. neighbors tell police they heard the men arguing before they heard gun shots. they say the two men involved in the shooting were in an ongoing dispute over a woman. police say the victim was found dead in the street. "this is a quiet complex, there's a lot of retired people so its kind of quiet in here. so we're not really sure what precipitated the gunfire." police say the victim was also armed during the shoot out. the man who shot him is in police custody. president-elect donald trump says he may have a leg up when it comes to getting legislation passed under his administration. his party will soon have control of both chambers of congress. fox's kristin fisher has more on trump's ambitious 100-day plan.
undocumented immigrants immediately. (((sot - trump))) "we're getting them out of our country, they're here illegally. but that's very different from what the top two republicans in the house said . both house speaker paul ryan and house majority leader kevin mccarthy say their top priority is securing the border -- not mass deportations. (((sot - ryan))) "that is not what we're focused on. securing the border -- we think that's first and foremost, before we get into any other immigration issue. we gotta know who's coming and going in this country." (((sot - mccarthy))) "first thing you have to do is secure border. then we can move forward." despite those differences -- and despite their deep divisions during the campaign season -- speaker ryan now says the past is the past and that he's excited to work with mr.trump to fulfill his campaign promises. at the top of the list -- repealing and replacing obamacare -- even though the president-elect signaled friday that he might be open to keeping at least two provisions of the health care law. another priority -- jobs. mr. trump says he can create millions of them through his 10-year, trillion dollar infrastructure plan -- though that will likely be opposed by
in congress who are wary of any more government spending. but two issues where both sides will amost certainly see eye- to-eye are the appointment of a conservative justice to the supreme court. and the rolling back of regulations on wall street. (((sot - chaffetz))) 10:16:06 "there's a lot of regulations that need to be rolled back, there's a lot of executive orders that president trump is going to have to deal with in his first few days that he's in office. but you know with the republicans having the house, senate and presidency we are more optimistic than ever." (((kristin on cam))) in terms of timing -- th move very quickly as soon as this next congress is sworn in. in fact -- the house majority leader said that they're not even going to wait until inauguration day. they're going to get started on this agenda the first week in january.>> president-elect donald trump says he will work for a buck during a sit down with c-b-s' "60 minutes." lesley stahl: are you going to take the salary, the president's salary? donald trump: well, i've never commented on this, but the answer is no. i think i have to
but it's a -- i don't even know what it is. donald trump: do you know what the salary is? lesley stahl: $400,000 you're giving up. donald trump: no, i'm not going to take the salary. i'm not taking it. in his first sit- down interview since his stunning victory, trump says he doesn't need the 400-hundred thousand dollar salary that comes with the job, he says he's fine with a buck! anti-trump protesters have adopted a new symbol for their movement. they're wearing safety pins. it's to symbolize that they're allies with groups l-g-b-t community... minorities and women. the symbol was modeled after a "brexit" campaign started in the u-k. while the movement has many supporters... critics call it an "empty gesture that's not accompanied by action." singer john legend is delivering a message of hope in his new music video. (singing) "i don't know who's gonna kiss you when i'm gone, so i'm gonna love you now, like it's all i have..." legend's new
me now," is all about love and resiliency in a politically charged world. the video shows various couples at pulse nightclub in orlando, a refugee camp in iraq and the pipeline protests in north dakota. legend's new album "darkness and light" is set to drop december 2nd. a wisconsin bus driver is being credited with saving two children's lives. but as fox's justin williams explains, the driver was simply in the right place at the right time.
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 a relatives house. mitchell s 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.) justin williams, fox news.>> jeannie says she was motivated to help the kids, because 15- years-ago her own child went missing for a half a day. she says she wanted to prevent another parent from having to deal with a terrifying situation like her own. black friday is a week and a half away. but amazon will start offering its black friday deals starting today,
be offering plenty of deals and doorbusters for the tech geek in your life. the electronics giant will be open black friday weekend for people to grab the coolest new gadgets to stuff under the tree. industry experts expect 70-percent of shoppers this holiday season to be looking for tech items. "tv's are a great item. you see them. people have them in their shopping carts. it's an excellent item for a black friday shopper." "if you are looking for headphones, that is certaiy year in innovation. wireless is what is really attractive right now when you're thinking about headphones." best buy will open its doors for best buy will open its doors for black friday shopping on thanksgiving. doorbuster deals will begin at 5 p-m. many of the doorbuster deals will be available early online and in store. metro police officers took some time out to teach local youth some plays on the field.
metro's seven area commands. officers mentor and coach the young kids, who could not otherwise afford to play sports. it also gives the kids a chance to interact with police in a positive way. the flag football championship was held at rancho high school on saturday. a man crosses the final item off his beloved pooch's bucket list. how hundreds of wellwishers came together for last final walk on the beach. it's world diabetes day, and today, organizations are stressing the importance of leading a healthy lifestyle. new research shows it could be better for your heart than previously
are most affected, that's clearly on the east coast, around that sort of kaikoura area and inland around culverden and the likes. we have had very limited communications there because that's been cut off." a number of strong aftershocks were felt more than a 120 miles away...and a tsunami was reported about two hours later. new zealand's prime minister john key says the full extent of the damage is still being assessed ... and emergency officials are warning people along the coast to move to higher ground to avoid tsunami waves... key says: "we now know that those around the country that tsunami risk has been do coastal warnings. but also urge people to continue to be cautious." for many the quake brought back memories of a 6- point-3 magnitude earthquake that struck in 2011 -- killing 185 people. new zealand sits on the - ring of fire - an arc of seismic faults around the pacific ocean where earthquakes are common... sintes says: "we've certainly experienced a lot of earthquakes down here. what concerned us was the duration of the quake. it was quite a strong quake." (on cam tag) military helicopters and red cross teams are now being dispatched to assess the damage and help those in the worst hit areas.
the supermoon is lighting up the night sky here at home, and around the world. this morning the moon is brighter than it has been in almost 70 years. here at home, our view of the supermoon didn't disappoint. this first breathtaking image comes to us from viewer leo lyon. that's the supermoon there, hanging over the las vegas skyline. even the kiddos are enjoying the supermoon! viewer delon baber sent us this picture of this little lady having some fun with the big moon. finally, we got this cool picture from fox5 viewer april kelly. this was the view of the supermoon from the spring valley area. check out these amazing supermoon images out of spain. sky-watchers are seeing this great view of the moon for the first time
guadalajara where spain's iconic osborne bull sits, seems to be the best place to see the big moon. good morning i'm cassandra jones with fox5. today will be another sunny & warm day across the valley with light winds. we will top out at 78 degrees today with 79 expected tuesday. wednesday a across nevada bringing strong 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 more than 15 between wednesday and thursday down to 60 degrees with some of the coldest
research shows a healthy heart starts with a healthy lifestyle. new research shows that leading a healthy lifestyle can slash your risk for developing heart disease, even if your genes are heavily stacked against you. the study finds that people with the most inherited risk cut their chances of having a heart attack or other heart problems in half if they didn't smoke, ate well, got regular exercise and stayed slim. at 4:45 in the morning, caffeine can be your best friend! but too much of a good thing can have dangerous effects on your health. fox's alexis mcadams explains why drinking one too many energy drinks, could land you in the hospital.
promise spark when you are feeling tired.... but doctors say too much of these drinks and the natural supplements inside can have negative effects on your health. mos says: "eating or drinking too much of anything can be toxic." doctors at the university of florida are connecting some energy drink to liver issues that are linked to acute hepatitis... the warning comes after a 50 year old man reportedly drank 5 energy drinks every day for three weeks. and showed up to the emergency room with flu like symptoms and also had yellowing of his skin and eyes... mos says: "if the liver is not functioning correctly- then not filtering those out and that can cause buildup of toxins that cause the itching and yellow eyes." doctors tested his blood and found high levels of folic acid and b12 which are common ingredients in energy drinks... which most people view as healthy supplements...but affected his liver - along with the high amount of vitamin b3 or niacin. mos says: "more of anything is not necessarily better - so it is not necessarily surprising that it is the vitamins that are causing the toxicity." the man in this study, however, had an underlying chronic hepatitis c infection... but researchers say
drinks is what caused his liver damage. there was another case in 2011 where a 22 years old girl developed acute hepatitis that doctors out of staten island hospital linked to too many energy drinks. but the most recent report said there is no conclusive evidence that links the energy drinks to hepatitis. mos says: "you should be totally aware of all of your consumption of caffeine and calories and nutrients." mcadams says: "health experts say that drinking more than one energy drink can put you dangerously above the recommended limit for b vitamins... which can increase your toxicity. reporting in the newsroom, i'm alexis mcadms, back to you.">> a dog from the u- k, takes his final walk on the beach, surrounded by pet lovers and their canine companions. (barking)
invited people to join them on walnut's final walk before he was put down. the pup was getting up there in age and was having health issues. the show of support for walnut quickly spread across the internet, with many sending well wishes to the whippet from england. while many of us were mesmerized by the supermoon... some people couldn't take their eyes off of another shiny object. this incredible 8- carat "sky blue diamon c fetch up to 25- million dollars at auction this week. this shiny piece of carbon is so special, because blue diamonds are very hard to find. this is actually the largest blue diamond of its kind. the diamond will be auctioned off in switzerland. rescued from the roadside. most celebrities have a entourage to change their tire, if they ever get stranded on the side of the road. see who came to the rescue when the boss's
a group of bikers in new jersey were left starstruck, when they stopped to help a fellow biker on the side of the road. that stranded biker, was "the boss" himself, bruce springsteen. the group of bikers returning from a veterans' day event when they saw the broke-down bike and pulled over to help. springsteen's battery wouldn't charge, so they ended up giving him a ride to a nearby restaurant. the musician invited the group for a round of drinks and promised them some concert tickets. plenty more straight ahead on fox5 news this morning... including the strip's first taco bell.
right now the anti-trump protests continue across the country... including here in las vegas. plus... trump addresses the protestors and his supporters in his first sit down since being elected. cc will continue shortly we see the moon every morning... but today we have a super moon... here's a great shot from leo lyon.. it was taken near lone mountain. good morning i'm dave hall. and i'm maria silva. welcome to fox5 news this morning. if you are already awake this morning you may want to grab your cup of coffee and
check out the phenomenon known as a supermoon. a supermoon is when the moon looks bigger and appears brighter than usual. they happen regularly but this one is considered to be extra special fox5's les krifaton is up on our roof this morning to tell us more. yeah each year we experience supermoons. it happens to occur during a full moon when it's at it's closest distance to earth. this is what the moon looked like last night over this is what the moon looked like last night over the las vegas valley shot by one of our photographers robbie hunt. as you can see it does appear bigger and brighter. fox5 viewers have also been sharing their supermoon eve pics since last night. here is a simple explanation about what a supermoon is all about. the moon orbits the earth every 27 and a half days. it's an elliptical orbit which is like a slightly stretched out circle.