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new details tonight on the deadly shooting of a police officer in the washington state city of tacoma. someone shot and killed the officer last night.. the officer was responded to a domestic violence call. a police spokesperson confirms that law enforcement was able to remove two children from the house after the 11-hour standoff ended-- it was during the rescue of one of the children that a window opened for police to shoot the suspect. officer loretta cool/tacoma police :10 - :32 "when they were able to rescue the boy, there was an opening to rescue the girl and that's what provoked the shot that took the suspect out. the girl and the boy were both unharmed. they were taken to the
appears that they were not physically injured during the incident." police have still not released any names of the people involved in this incident. in tucson, arizona this morning.. two police officers were injured during a shootout with a suspect. police also shot and killed the suspect. the officers were serving a felony warrant at an apartment complex when shots were fired. one officer required surgery for serious injuries -- the other officer's injuries are not life threatening. made another pick for his administration -- he chose retired general james mattis to be his secretary of defense. a formal announcement will come next week. mattis spent more than 40 years in the marine corps. he served in both afghanistan and iraq. he would need a congressional waiver to be the defense secretary. that's because retired officers are required to be out of uniform for at least seven years before heading the pentagon. mr trump has spent most of the three weeks since
public eye. until today. he and vice president elect mike pence hit the road . and as karin kaifa reports ... the team is already claiming a victory on a campaign promise. donald trump took off from new york thursday morning, en route to his first major public appearance since election night. with the exception of a thanksgiving break in florida, the president-elect has mostly been hunkered down inside trump tower in new york, piecing together an administration that will take over in just seven weeks. he's made visits to the white house and capitol hill. and on tuesday night, cameras caught h dinner with mitt romney. reporter: mr. president-elect, are we looking at the next secretary of state right here? donald trump / -r- president-elect: well, we're going to see what happens but a rally in cincinnati, ohio, will mark trump's first turn before a large crowd since the final, frantic day of the campaign. the event, in a state no republican has won the white house without, described by the transition team, as part of a thank you tour. voice of jason miller / trump transition team communications
president-elect and the vice president- elect to talk a bit more about more about what's ahead in the days in front of us and the positive change that we're going to be bringing to the country. but first, a stop in indiana, touting a different victory -- carrying through on a campaign promise, to convince air conditioning manufacturer carrier to drop plans to move production to mexico, and keep 1,000 jobs in the u.s. in his role as indiana governor, vice president-elect mike pence was poised to offer the company tax incentives to stay, in the state. in washington, i'm karin caifa. vice president elect mike pence's new washington neighbors have a message for him... and they've chosen an interesting way to express their views. beside the christmas decorations ... many of pence's new neighbors are also putting rainbow flags up outside their houses. people started putting up the flags after he moved in because the l-g-b-t-q
criticized the vice president elect's policies regarding gay rights. ilse heintzen, neighbor "we do have, obviously disagreements and, as i said, this is one way that i can show my disagreement." come january .. pence will move 15-minutes down the road to the vice-president's mansion. but until he does, the flag hanging neighbors say he is welcome.. and they are just expressing their feelings. starting today .. all it takes is a single search warrant and federal agents can search millions of americans' computers and cell phones. a bipartisan group of senators tried to stop the rule from taking effect, but republican senate leaders denied their requests for a vote. the justice department says the updated rule is needed to help them investigate and track down cyber criminals. oregon senator ron wyden-- one of the senators who tried to block the rule-- calls it "government hacking and surveillance." he went on to promise to introduce a new bill in the next congress to repeal it.
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former astronaut buzz aldrin has arrived in new zealand -- after being evacuated from the south pole for medical reasons. the national science foundation said aldrin's health "deteriorated" while visiting the area as part of a tourist group. aldren is now 86- years-old.. he had fluid in his lungs but is responding well to antibiotics. aldrin was p of the apollo 11 mission in 1969-- when he became the second person to ever walk on the moon. here's another rescue that got our attention today.. an 11-year-old girl in stoughton, massachusetts is being hailed a hero. her quick thinking saved her two day old baby sister's life. this is miranda fabregas at just seven days old. she's a happy, healthy baby. but when she was just two days old, baby miranda gave her family quite the scare when
choking. the baby's mom started to panic. but miranda's 11- year-old sister stayed calm and sprung into action-- using the skills she learned about c-p-r and the heimlich maneuver in her sixth grade class, to save her baby sister. j. fabregas "she had been spitting up, so i heard her about to spit up. and then, all of a sudden, she just ... it wasn't coming out, and she scary." a. fabregas "i told my mom to turn her around at an angle and pat her back, and then the spit up can come out, and i also called the nurse." when asked what she wants to be when she grows up... she said she hopes to save animals and become a veterinarian. vegas is shining a bit differently tonight.. why the welcome to las vegas sign is swapping out yellow bulbs for red. closed captioning
sponsored by nv energy, subaru of las vegas and henderson hospital." it's day one of the annual toy drive.. with kluc's chet buchanan and the morning zoo... he climbed up the scaffolding over at the n-v energy parking lot this morning ... and already .. the donations are pouring in. joining chet tonight is chief meteorologist ted pretty ... 30 feet in the air where chet will spent the next 12 nights!!
now fox5 weather 24/7 skies will remain partly cloudy overnight with temperatures falling into the low 40s and upper 30s. a system diving in from the north will bring gusty winds across southern nevada on friday. wind gusts around the las vegas valley will be in the 30 to 40 mph range. even stronger wind is expected along the colorado river valley. a wind advisory will be in effect for mesquite, laughlin, and lake havasu city throughout the day on friday with wind gusts in the 50 mph range. high temperatures friday will be in the mid to low 50s. it stays breezy saturday before winds calm
today is world aids day ... and for it .. workers have replaced the yellow bulbs on the 'welcome to las vegas' sign with red bulbs.. it will be remain red through the night. recently in canada a lobster fisherman brought in a giant.. they even called him "king louie"! but then they put him up for sale .. for dinner! but what happened next -
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nevada reno is working to attract more international students. the steps the school is taking to expand their diversity. recently a fisherman in canada hauled in a big catch.. a massive 23 pound lobster. the locals quickly named it "king louie" ... and he went up for sale.. what happened next was unexpected. jonathan macinnis with the story.
live from las vegas fox5 news at 6 starts now. closed captioning will resume shortly a deadly year in las vegas. what metro police is doing about the increasing number of homicides in our city. sunrise hospital is working with students around the valley-- teaching them the dangers of drinking and driving. why this lesson is so critical during the holidays. this is fox5 news at 6. local. las vegas a unlv professor - threatening to report undocumented students to ice - even though the university's president has called the campus a safe space. i'm christine maddela. i'm cyndi lundeburg. fox5's abby