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a disturbing story out of nye county tonight... the sheriff's department is looking for someone responsible for shooting and killing a dog. according to the department... the dog was found dead.. tied up to a pole at the bell vista shooting range northwest of pahrump. this is along the road to death
says it happened on october 29th... but they're now looking for the public's help. they describe the dog as a female black and white... mixed terrier... that had recenlty given birth. we called both the sheriff's department and the range today for more informaiton but have not heard back. if you know anything about this crime... call the nye county sheriff's department at 775-751-7000. just to our north... police have arrested a 43-year-old man accused of soaking two self-serve food bars with chemicals that caused several cases of food poisoning! it happened at a shopping mall in south lake tahoe. police arrested harry dally... for poisioning the food bar at a "baha fresh mexican grill." one of the victims, a 12-year-old, went to the hospital over the weekend after eating tainted salsa... that child is now recovering at home. no word yet on what police believe the man used to poison the food... but similar incidents have happened in the past two weeks at the same
in the same shopping center. ealrier today we showed you how las vegas was taking care of the homeless this thanksgiving.. and now, we turn our attention to some of our nation's heroes. fox5's eric hilt joins us live at veterans village with more.. eric. closed captioning will resume shortly closed captioning
black friday deals can make these long lines worth it. this year -- the national retail federation estimates more than 137 million people plan to shop during thanksgiving weekend. from gray thursday through black friday and into sunday. that's more people than last year. but before you venture out -- be prepared. set a budget -- and stick to it. have a place for your receipts. keep your phone charged. and don't get duped by phony deals. apps can help save you cash -- and keep you focused in stores. try black friday 20 appropriate name right? it shows you doorbusters from big retailers. so you know where to go -- when. if you're heading to the mall -- try shopular. it uses your location to send you coupons for nearby stores. it can also keep all your deals and codes in one place -- so you're not fumbling at the checkout line. flipp is like your own personal circular. it puts your favorite stores -- brands -- and items all in one place. shopsavvy has a handy barcode scanner. so you can compare prices online from different stores.
impact... after donald trump's victory. we're talking about his neighbors at trump tower. there was already security -- but now they're having to deal ever before. here's jean casarez (jeen cuh-sar-ez) with a look inside the now extremely secure trump tower in new york. trump tower has always been a high profile apartment and business complex but now with armed guards 24/7there can be no doubt. this is the home of the president elect donald trump, the country's next first lady melania and their son barron. celebrities have called trump tower home, like bruce willis, andrew lloyd webber and christiano ronaldo...also a music superstar...michael
about 15 years agoa couple leasing the tower's penthouse got a personal call from trump himself (giampiero rispo, real estate agent) "donald called the wife of the tenant and says 'do you mind if i show your apartment to a dear friend of mine?' she said 'no problem - that's fine.' so michael jackson arrives with his limousine at the separate entrance that the building has. my client said he was the nicest man around." according to the website trump tower has over 60 floors and 263 apartments. giampiero rispo has represented high profile clients at trump tower for over 15 years. he took us inside the building...42 stories up...to see what your average multi-million dollar apartment looks like. heading inside ....gold and burgundy walls...marble floors... and apartment doors without letters or numbers so you need to know where you are going. he says security at the building now is
his prospective buyers are turned off. (giampiero rispo, real estate agent) "they start to feel they are in a military camp they're all kind of forces from swat teams to police...it's not very pleasant to get to the building." (jean casarez, reporting) "people who live in trump tower actually have to go through this security right here and then even more security beyond to get to the residential entrance. that increased security began on election night and it's not set to end long, long time." residents are taking it one day at a time. (trump tower resident) "the most surprising thing is just how easy it's been. you know the security is clearly substantial but they just are all really good at their job." a logistical nightmare or nottrump tower may be setting an example for what's to come. (giampiero rispo, real estate agent) "if president trump will run the country the same way he runs the building, people will be quite happy." jean casarez new york.
celebrate the holiday with the military .. and hear how they're coping with being far away from loved ones today. "well, the impact wasn't big enough. we wanted to really increase the impact" and meet the man who's become a pretty big deal in chicago... all because of what he's giving away for thanksgiving. your fox5 weather 24/7 forecast is
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home for thanksgiving so definitely a little hard." the turkey and the trimmings are rolling out for the troops so they can share their traditions with those nearby. mos soldier says "..it's always hard to be away from your loved ones at thanksgiving of course you miss your loved ones at home of course but being here being with all the new people the camaraderie with.....i think it's a great opportunity outside of being with your family on this holiday." in his thanksgiving address, president obama says we must be thankful for the sacrifices our service members make. obama says "..we remember the determined patriots who landed at the edge of the world in search of freedom. we give thanks to the brave men and women who defend that freedom in every corner of the world." well, this is president obama's final thanksgiving in the white house. and as he and his family sit down for that last thanksgiving dinner in washington, d-c, u-s troops around the globe are feasting on thousands of pounds of turkey
schmitt, fox news. back here in the u-s... a chicago chef spent the day spreading a a chicago chef spent the day spreading a message of love in his community. a year ago, chef quentin love wanted to sponsor a giveaway on a grand scale. at that time he raised enough money to hand out 250 turkeys to needy families. this year, he wanted to do it again... only he set his sights much higher. his goal this year was to give away a thousand turkeys. douglas simmons/ turkey giveaway organizer "oh, in 30 days, not only did we meet out $10,000 goal but, we exceeded it as of today and we are so proud and thankful for everyone that has given to us." one of his main goals was to show the nation that chicago is a loving place .. and not filled with violent people. now fox5 weather
seasonal temperatures remain for black friday and the first half of the weekend. a strong low then starts to slide into the valley by sunday ushering in below seasonal temperatures which are forecast to last through to at least next thursday. the system that pushes the cooler air into southern nevada will also provide us with a descent shot of some drizzle or rain for sunday and early monday morning. closed captioning will resume shortly just when you thought politics would be the most awkward holiday seasonal temperatures remain for black friday and the first half of the weekend. a strong low then starts to slide into the valley by sunday ushering in below seasonal temperatures which
nativity scene ... we're about to show you a new and very popular take on the traditional display... and as jeremy roth shows us ... it's sure to raise some eyebrows at holiday gatherings everywhere. if you were afraid that politics would be the most potentially awkward topic at the holiday gathering this year... you clearly haven't seen the "hipster nativity set" yes...it is a thing. the set is a modern take on the traditional nativity scene.... complete with wise men on segways, bearing gifts from amazon prime..
man-bun- sporting joseph.. taking a selfie with baby jesus. orders are through the roof for the set's maker, modern nativity, who says within a week of launching the product--they are selling 500 sets a day. crazy surveillance video capturing an e-cigarette exploding in a man's pocket.. has gone viral...and prompted a potential lawsuit. you can see a new york wine store employee standing behind the counter... when sparks and smoke begin shooting from his pants pocket. the man's lawyer says recovering from burns... and may seek legal action, once they identify the manufacturer. and finally- normally images of snow in japan wouldn't be all that interesting.... except this is the first november snowfall the country's capital of tokyo has seen.... in 54 years! november 1962 was the last recorded november snow for tokyo... and while local media described it as only a small accumulation... it was enough to reportedly disrupt traffic and cause power outages. for talat, i'm jeremy
edition of fox5 news.. tonight we're taking a look back at all the good stories this year. i'm john huck. i'm christine maddela. they're the stories full of charity, compassion... and gratitude. the news isn't all bad... but when something bad does happen... always watch for the people who step in to help. from fires to floods, we've seen samaritans from the community reach out... and come to another's rescue. in august we brought you the story of jessica, a waitress at a local chili's and her husband robert. jessica's second grade teacher kim nominated her... after robert was diagnosed with testicular cancer which spread to his stomach and lungs. robert had to be flight for lifed to los angeles. jessica was forced to leave their four young children, going between work in las vegas and the hospital... traveled to and