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precision induction cooktop. called between nations after ignores warnings what critics are bold move this morning and a fiesty republican presidential hopefuls highlights from last night's event in new hampshire law enforcement out in full force this superbowl weekend the warning for fans who who plan to drink good morning and good super bowl sunday!! hope your day is off to a great start i'm shannon moore welcome to fox5 news this morning -- weekend edition first up, nate tannenbaum for a check of the weather since it's superbowl sunday, we're going
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has scored a touchdown with our weather. a slow, easy comfortable warming trend rolls along. after a high of 61 saturday, we're looking for at least the mid 60s today, with some neighborhoods knocking on the door of 70 this afternoon. we'll add a degree or two to the high for next few days so that by wednesday we'll be near the record high of 74. after that we'll drop back just a couple of degrees but still stay upwards of 10 degrees above normal for this time of year. overnight lows will also climb to well- above-normal, reaching close to 50 by next saturday. one of the only question marks is cloud cover. it's for sure going to be mostly sunny until later wednesday when a weather system now well off
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southern nevada (there's no rain in the 7 day forecast). for folks heading to lake mead, the national weather service has a lake now near eastern and tropicana. details are still coming into the newsroom at this hour. officers tell us a man was shot and taken to the hospital with critical injuries. they are searching for two balck males in connection to the shooting though they havenn't said anything about what led up to the shooting. we of course will continue to monitor this news closely and bring you more info as it becomes available . new details this morning about a family fight turned deadly in mountain's edge. we first told you about this story yesterday... police now confirming the victim's name they tell us 22 year old devry moore was shot and killed inside his home near cimarron road and mountains edge parkway on friday. police say a fight broke out between he and his father. the father, stabbed several times before he picked up the gun and fatally shot moore. the father, identified only as a 40 year old man, was taken to umc
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stable condition metro police say criminal charges are not being ruled out at this time. to top stories now... an emergency u-n security meeting is schedudled for today after north korea defies international warnings...and launches a long- range rocket into space. announcer talking north korea says the launches are part of a quote "peaceful space program" yet many other nations, such as japan and south korea, view it as a cover up for a missle test the u.s. is calling the move "destabilizing and provacative" though defense officials say the rocket itself posed no threat to our country or its allies. that emergency meeting, to discuss potential international response, will take place at 9 o'clock this morning in new york. a 3 year old boy in alabama accidentally shoots and kills his 9 year old sister with a gun he found on his grandparent's nightstand.
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accident. the girl. shot in the head, was taken to the hospital where she later died. detectives are still interviewing the children's uncle and grandmother who were home at the time of the shooting. two virginia tech students are facing murder charges in the death of a 13 year old girl who vanished for her home last month. investigators say they met the young girl through a social networking app nick valencia has more on the dangers of such apps and the warning for parents --reporter pkg-as follows-- (david lovell / victim's father) "we had no idea who she was talking to." it's a cautionary story for anyone with a teenager. a 13-year-old girl...her life cut short allegedly by a killer she met online. on thursday...one final goodbye for 7th grader nicole lovell. (david lovell / victim's father) "this is awful. this is tragic. and it all could have been prevented." she was a teenager much like any other-- someone with a heavy internet footprint on apps like instagram, facebook and the anonymous
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her parents say they wish they more questions. (david eisenhauer / murder suspect) "i just have this internal thing saying i want to be the best." david eisenhauer is the virginia tech freshman accused of her murder. an accomplished athlete and dedicated student majoring in engineering. here he is in an interview with local affiliate w- m-a-r who last year tapped him as its athlete of the week. (david eisenhauer / murder suspect) "i make my personal goals achievable or achievable. that striving to better myself..." it was three days after lovell went missing that the 18-year-old eisenhauer was taken into custody for her disappearance. he denies being involved in the murder, but prosecutors say he admits he saw her the night she went missing. police would discover the little girl's decomposing remains...tossed on the side of an interstate just on the other side of the virginia border in north carolina. police say it was this college classmate of helped him stash
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at her court appearance earlier this week, natalie keepers was denied bail. the commonwealth of virginia portraying her as an accomplice to the murder...an active participant in the planning... even helping eishenhauer buy a shovel before lovell is murdered. keepers, the state says, was excited to be a part of something secretive. the motive for the killing? a law enforcement official says investigators think eisenhauer had an inappropriate relationship with lovell - one that she was planning to expose. nick valencia, cnn, atlanta republican candidates face off in new hampshire just days ahead of the state's primary election. and as fox news chief white house correspondent ed henry explains.. the gloves came off at saturday's abc news debate. unlike the last republican debate in iowa... there was no drama over who would show up... but rather who would bring it. trump: eminent domain is an absolute necessity for a country. for our country without it would you wouldn't have roads, you wouldn't
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wouldn't have schools. you wouldn't' have bridges, you need eminent domain. bush: the difference between eminent domain for public purpose, as donald said, roads and infrastructure and pipelines and all that's for public purpose, but what donald trump did was use eminent domain, to try to take the property of an elderly woman on the strip in atlantic city. that is not public purpose, that is downright wrong. during a campaign season that has often resembled a reality t-v show... the g-o-p face-off had its share of fireworks. rubio: i'm proud of my service in the united states senate and before that in the florida legislature. i will say if politics becomes and the presidency becomes about electing people who have been in congress and in the senate the longest, we should all rally around joe biden. he's been around about a thousand years, he' passed ed hundreds of years and i don't think anybody believes that joe biden should be president of the united states. christie: marco, you shouldn't compare yourself to joe biden and you shouldn't say that's what we're doing. here's exactly what we're doing , you have not been involved in a consequential decision where you
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just simply haven't and the fact is when you talk about hizzbolah sanctions act that you list as one of your accomplishments that you just did, you weren't even there to vote for it. that's not leadership that's truancy. muir: senator cruz is waterboarding torture? cruz: under the definition of torture, no it's not under the law, torture is excruciating pain that is equivalent to loosing organs and systems, so under the definition of torture it is not, it is enhanced interrogation it is vigorous interrogation, but it does not meet the generally recognized definition of torture. so now the final republican debate before the new hampshire primary is finished with two days to go .. it's back to some old fashioned door knocking to get the vote out. in portsmouth, ed henry fox news. the denver broncos and carolina panthers will take to the field in santa clara this afternoon for superbowl 50. coverage from levi stadium starts at 3:30. a majority of the
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placed on the panthers when the lines originally opened, but now, oddsmakers say the tides have turned with bets on the broncos coming on strong. "it makes you very grateful for the opportunity to have the chance to play in this game, super bowl 50. i certainly think our players understand the significance of that. we are grateful for the opportunity and we are looking forward to finishing the week with a couple of good practices and we can translate that on to the field on sunday." "all the festivities, the media, everything leading up into it, all you see is panthers- broncos conversations on tv, it's hard not to just take it all in. i mean it's hard. like i keep saying, it's a dream come true and hopefully we are prepared come sunday." we'll of course have all the highlights from the big game, tonight, on fox5 news at 10. police want you to enjoy those superbowl
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caution. they're reminding drivers to plan ahead, and have a sober ride home.. and as fox 5's abby theodros tells us...they'll be out in full force... to catch those who don't nats less than five minutes into his shift and this metro officer has pulled someone over for suspected impaired driving. sgt rich robinson - metro : people are going to be out partying so our focus tonight is dui's the metro police department holds monthly dui checkpoints and saturation patrols... it goes through a period of time like through the holidays. we might have done 4-5-6 saturation patrols just in a week or two of december. while this weekend isn't an official holiday it is super bowl 50 and millions of americans will be celebrating with lots of parties and booze. nats super bowl baby im going to get hammered and then im going to watch the game. and that's ok so long as you're responsible. on super bowl sunday last year -- eighty motorists were tested and 24 were arrested but metro says its not just people
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behind the wheel... marijuana is becoming more popular so we're getting more marijuana impairment and then theres also people on prescription meds who also come through. theyre not as high but they are certainly a factor. if you're going to drink... officers say be sure to use the tools available for you to get home safely. triple a's tipsy tow service will get you and your car home for free. while motorcyclists can catch a free tow and ride courtesy of "legal ride." uber is also an option for people in the valley. we have certainly seen an uptick in folks making the right choice to not drink and drive and instead open their app an choose that safe and reliable ride home. flint michigan isn't the only town dealing with water contamination what was found in the drinking water in houston that has neighbors demanding answers and an unexpected sight in denver the latest clip to send the internet abuzz
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you off to break this morning we're sharing your super bowl photos this one sent in by viewer jessica --- her kids clearly excited for the big game! 2 of them geared up in their broncos gear .. as for the seahawks fans there.. better luck next year! keep sending your photos in!! we love to see em we''ll be back -- after a quick commercial break -- stay with us
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in houston, say caring for someone with alzheimer's means i am a lot of things. i am his guardian. i am his voice. so i asked about adding once-daily namenda current treatment for moderate to severe alzheimer's. it works differently. when added to another alzheimer's treatment, it may improve overall function and cognition. and may slow the worsening of symptoms for a while. vo: namenda xr doesn't change how the disease progresses. it shouldn't be taken by anyone allergic to memantine, or who's had a bad reaction to namenda xr or its ingredients. before starting treatment, tell their doctor if they have, or ever had, a seizure disorder, difficulty passing urine, liver, kidney or bladder problems, and about medications they're taking. certain medications, changes in diet, or medical conditions may affect the amount of namenda xr in the body
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the most common side effects are headache, diarrhea, and dizziness. all my life, he's protected me. now i am giving back. ask their doctor about once-daily namenda xr and learn about a free trial offer at namendaxr.com. this is violet. she's been waiting for this moment for awhile. a moment other kids wouldn't think twice about. her first bowl of cheerios. because now that cheerios are gluten free, violet, and many others are enjoying their first bowl today. caring for someone with alzheimer's means i am a lot of things. i am his guardian. i am his voice. so i asked about adding once-daily namenda current treatment for moderate to severe alzheimer's. it works differently. when added to another
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it may improve overall function and cognition. and may slow the worsening of symptoms for a while. vo: namenda xr doesn't change how the disease progresses. it shouldn't be taken by anyone allergic to memantine, or who's had a bad reaction to namenda xr or its ingredients. before starting treatment, tell their doctor if they have, or ever had, a seizure disorder, difficulty passing urine, liver, kidney or bladder problems, and about medications they're taking. certain medications, changes in diet, or medical conditions may affect the amount of namenda xr in the body and may increase side effects. the most common side effects are headache, diarrhea, and dizziness. all my life, he's protected me. now i am giving back. ask their doctor about once-daily namenda xr and learn about a free trial offer at namendaxr.com. this is violet. she's been waiting for this moment for awhile. a moment other kids wouldn't think twice about. her first bowl of cheerios. because now that cheerios are gluten free,
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are enjoying their first bowl today. houston, say their tap water is contaminated residents in the area say many of
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have died from cancer... and that ligh levels of radiation are to blame. test results showed levels exceeding e-p-a standards. the city has shutdown at least one well since the test was done last month. but neighbors say it's too late... they -- along with local politicians -- are looking to file class action lawsuits against the state "young says: "these residents were literally gassed in their homes with radioactivity and our government and the state of texas knew about it." independant investigations have been launched to study the effects of radiation in huston's water supply. now fox weather 24/7 with cassandra jones since it's superbowl sunday, we're going to go ahead and say that mother nature has scored a touchdown with our weather. a slow, easy comfortable warming trend rolls along. after a high of 61 saturday, we're looking for at
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today, with some neighborhoods knocking on the door of 70 this afternoon. we'll add a degree or two to the high for next few days so that by wednesday we'll be near the record high of 74. after that we'll drop back just a couple of degrees but still stay upwards of 10 degrees above normal for this time of year. overnight lows will also climb to well- above-normal, reaching close to 50 by next saturday. one of the only question marks is cloud cover. it's for sure going to be mostly sunny until later wednesday when a weather system now well off in the pacific ocean makes its way to southern nevada (there's no rain in the 7 day forecast).
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to lake mead, the national weather service has a lake wind advisory in effect until 10pm sunday for gusts up to 30mph. recovery crews in wisconsin have their work cut out for them... fishing.. for sunken cars. more than a dozen recovery crews in wisconsin have
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out for them... fishing.. for sunken cars. more than a dozen cars fell through an icy lake saturday at the city's annual "winterfest" witnesses reported hearing the ice crack.. then watching the cars slowly sink. least 10 are a complete lost, another 5 were able to be driven home. luckily -- no passengers were inside any of the cars. a skier in swizterland has come up with an incredible invention allowing him to capture video, using string, as he makes his way downhill.. he used a 3d printing rig to manufacuture a bunch of strings -- then swings the i- phone around as he skies now because the phone is swinging in a cricle so fast, it creates a hypnotic slow motion effect. it took him out 2 years to perfect the device, saying his go pro wasn't cutting it. he hopes to create more and make it available
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future be interested in a gadget like that.. check this out -- 2 nuns cross country skiing in colorado. a driver noticed the women and pulled over to capture the moment. turns out the foundation in denver the sisters have hiking and even throwing a fribee around on the campus. caught on camera --- several times the crime this guy committed that triggered a series of snap shots -- and the image police are now using to track him down plus what your phone data reveals about you a company breaks down the chattiest places in the u.s. kids you babysit trending this
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after trying brookside chocolate, people talk about it online. curse you, brookside! your nefarious plans have succeeded. nefarious? are we still talking about chocolate? brookside.
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an illinois man didn't exactly think things thru when he plotted to rob a photo booth last month the booth, apparently smarter than the theif, snapped his photo.
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designed to capture photos when it senses the cash box is being tampered with. the man made off with about 75 bucks -- officers are hoping the images will lead to an arrest "zero zero zero... let's go. (beatboxing)" another beatboxing duet with siri... this one by a talented youtuber. the question "what's a trillion to tenth power?" the answer --- a whole lot of zeros... making for a pretty cool track researchers tracking cell phone data and speech patterns across the u-s they looked at things like hold times, rate and frequency of speech. they say oregon is the fastest talking state in the u.s... the slowest -- north carolina. as for nevada... we ranked right behind new york, california and new jersey... coming in at number 4 for states that talk the most. it's jane austen meets the walking dead! "pride and prejudice and zombies" puts a new twist on the classic tale. instead of courting -- they're
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more's rachel smith has the story "i've been training for this my whole life." "the fairest wife of your choice may right here be in this room." "my daughters are trained for battle, sir." rachel says: "and honestly i think that this could be a show that could be played in vegas. don't you think like cirque de solei pride and prejudice zombies?" bella says: "that's pretty good!" lily says: "i'll do it! if the film does badly, me and bella will go to vegas." bella says: "if it goes well we'll go to vegas." lily says: "if it does well we'll go to vegas, yeah." rachel says: "and you want a percentage of the profit for sure, right? i mean honestly, how fun to do a period piece and then add the action on to that. it's kind of a dream to have both scenarios, don't you think?" lily says: "yeah." bella says: "we loved it. i mean, it's just what every period drama needs. and it's so refreshing that it's the girls doing the fighting, and the girls saving the boys, and taking care of themselves and being so strong, physically." rachel says: "i know, it's kind of sexy don't you think? to be like we don't need saving. we'll save the guys." bella says:
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heaving chests. it's all pretty sexy." rachel says: "yeah, i was gonna say, how do we get that effect? is it corsetted up?" mastered it. i feel like you could give lily says: "because the corset tightens you here, so when you breathe, breathing comes from up high." rachel says: "people what are you talking about? now the guys are going to want to see the movie for sure. there's lots of girls are like and the girls can kind of like an animated effect." bella says: "yeah it was all done in post!" lily says: "yeah there was a whole team that just focused on our chest" ((laughing)) movie nats movie nats an elderly man's body found in the
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details on the investigation as officers try to piece together what happened and bernie sanders makes his "saturday night live" debut his face to face meeting with the hilarious larry david, when we come back but first, another one of your photos to share from our superbowl 50 stockpile. this one sent in by sarah out of san francisco. 50 years of super-bowl greatness! looking forward to a big celebration today! keep those photos coming! we'll share em all morning long! we'll be right back
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search for signs of life in rubble how many are still missing this morning, following that devestating quake and the final g-o-p debate ahead of new hampshire's primary leaves voters with a tough choice a recap of the showdown super bowl bets mean big business for las vegas how the broncos are getting last minute action over the panthers good morning. welcome back to good morning.
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fox five news this morning i'm shannon moore. morning i'm shannon moore. since it's superbowl sunday, we're going to go ahead and say that mother nature has scored a touchdown with our weather. a slow, easy comfortable warming trend rolls along. after a high of 61 saturday, we're looking for at least the mid 60s today, with some neighborhoods knocking on the afternoon. we'll to the high for next few days so that by wednesday we'll be high of 74. after that we'll drop back just a couple of degrees but still stay upwards of 10 degrees above normal for this time of year. overnight lows will also climb to well- above-normal, reaching close to 50 by next saturday. one of the only question marks is cloud cover. it's for sure going to be mostly sunny until later wednesday when a weather system now well off in the pacific ocean
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southern nevada (there's no rain in the 7 day forecast). for folks heading to lake mead, the national weather service has a lake wind advisory in effect until 10pm sunday for gusts up to 30mph. clark county fire crews investigating the cause of blaze that broke out saturday near kyle canyon. here's a video a viewer sent in of the home engulfed in flames. the call came in around 8 o'clock... when crews arrived they noticed the roof caveing in. because there is limited water available in that area, several units had to be used to truck more. fortunately no injuries were reported an elderly man's body found in a desert area near boulder city. officers discovered the
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morning south of dutchman's pass.. jsut west of the 95 no immediate signs of foul play were seen the man's identify will be released by the coroner's office people in taiwan burried alive under the rubble of an apartment building after a powerful earthquake shook the city on saturday. fox news correspondent bryan llenas has more on the search for surviviors the search and rescue continues in taiwan.. there are more than 100 people still missing.... hundreds more are injured after a powerful earthquake shook taiwan just before 4am local time saturday. at least 14 people are dead... and at least 11 of those victims were killed inside this collapsed 17 story residential building in tainan, which is located on the southwestern side the country-- the apartment building is now ground zero. its floors pancaking like an accordion... the building crashing on its side -- as families slept inside.... the quake striking two days before the lunar new year the most important family holiday in
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calendar. more than 2000 firefighters and soldiers are searching through the rubble. so far about 250 people have been rescued. but the search is growing more desperate. authorities say part of the apartment building is believed to be buried underground... swallowed by its own foundation... loosened by an earthquake tremor felt as far away as mainland china. local media reports indicate the building housed a children's care center for newborns and mothers. some lucky enough to be reunited with their infants...others were not. a 10 day old little girl and three other children were among the victims inside the apartment building. at 6.4 magnitude this earthquake wasn't particularly the strongest.... but the us geological survey says the quake was especially destructive because it was shallow... striking just 6 miles underground. shallow earthquakes cause more damage than deeper ones. the epicenter was also located on the island not offshore intensifying the earthquake. authorities say it appears the more than 20-year-old high rise building
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earthquake construction standards. taiwan is used to earthquakesits deadliest recorded occurring in 1999 a 7.6 magnitude earthquake killed more than 2300 people . in new york.. bryan llenas.. fox news.. the new hampshire primary, right around the corner. fox news senior national correspondent john roberts has more on how the presidential candidates are spending their time ahead of the big day. it's the final weekend for the candidates to get out their message before the new hampshire primary on tuesday. bernie sanders currently leads hillary clinton by a double-digit margin in most polls in the state. sanders says: "we're here in nh where my opponent won in 08 she won.. her husband but if we turn out we can win." the clinton campaign may know her shot of winning the state is slim... which is why she is heading to flint, michigan on sunday.. as the water crisis has been one of her main targets during recent stump speeches. but at a rally in concord.. she defended criticism from the sanders campaign that she has received speaking fees from financial groups since leaving the state department.. and denied the
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change her position on anything. clinton says: "i have no doubt in my mind that i have the best experience and ideas to take down abuses of financial sector stand up to wall st. why would they be running $6m ads against me." meanwhile..on the republican side.. donald trump holds a commanding lead over the rest of his rivals. the real estate billionaire didn't hold any rallies today.. ahead of tonight's debate but jeb bush did and needs a strong showing in new hampshire to jump- start his campaign.. and help him emerge as a leading alternative to trump and ted cruz. bush says: "for sen cruz's edification: we actually have very sophisticated precise weapons right now. we don't have to carpet bomb. we don't' have to kill innocent people. we have tech superiority. or say you are going to bomb the sh blank out of isis. is that a serious thought?" another candidate who needs to have a
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governor chris christie. and despite most polls having him in single digits in new hampshire.. the governor is asking everyone to listen carefully to what he has to say christie says: "on that stage tonight, you are going to see a difference. we will make sure you see a difference, of those prepared to lead and those there to talk." ((on cam tag)) governor christie is doubling down on his argument that a governor would make the best nominee - someone who had to manage a state, not a senator who spent most of his political life in a subcommittee hearing on capitol hill. in manchester, news candidate bernie sanders makes his saturday night live debut! "i am.......yuuuge difference" he made his first
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during larry david's monoglogue. the two played men on a distressed ship headed to america, arguing over who gets into lifeboats first during a storm. its the biggest of the year as fans flock to the sports books to place those last minute bets for super bowl 50. late bets on the game are swinging in broncos' direction thouhgh almost 90-percent of the early money was put on carolina. . vegas also producing more prop bets this year than ever before from how long it'll take lady gaga to sing the national to the pre-game coin toss. if you're headed to a casino to watch the game oddsmakers say.. arrive early. also happening today fox five and our take five to care partners are teaming up with the "goodie two shoes" foundationfor the big game ten-k run
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walk with fox five crew in downtown online entries are closed... but you can still register in person. registration includes entrance to health expos... a tailgate... and a big game viewing party. sign up is between 8th and 9th street on carson a bucket list of adventure. how a woman is honoring her pitbull...in his final days. the runnin' rebels game goes into double overtime -- who came out on top, plus reaction from fresno! and in honor of superbowl 50 -- to break with a touch-down dance sent in by one of our viewers this is brooke showing off her and kartwheels. looking good brooke! keep those fun clips coming guys.. morning long.. stay with us!
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is you can eat as much cereal as you want. it's like i'm going to work to get some. alrighty. we just like cereal. we make it, eat it, love it, live it. (laughing) adventure at a time. fox's randy wallace has the story every pet owner should see. closed captioning to resume shortly fall in love this
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valentines day.. with your very own furry friend. the animal foundation has partnered with the "best friends animal society" for a sweet deal. fees for dogs and cats six months and older cost only fourteen dollars. you can also adopt rabbits! here's picture of some of the animals in need of a forever home. there are hundreds waiting to be adopted. the special runs through february 15-th. now fox weather 24/7 with ophelia young since it's superbowl sunday, we're going to go ahead and say
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has scored a touchdown with our weather. a slow, easy comfortable warming trend rolls along. after a high of 61 saturday, we're looking for at least the mid 60s today, with some neighborhoods knocking on the door of 70 this afternoon. we'll add a degree or two to the high for next few days so that by wednesday we'll be near the record high of 74. after that we'll drop back just a couple of degrees but still stay upwards of 10 degrees above normal for this time of year. overnight lows will also climb to well- above-normal, reaching close to 50 by next saturday. one of the only question marks is cloud cover. it's for sure going to be mostly sunny until later wednesday when a weather system now well off in the pacific ocean makes its way to southern nevada (there's no rain in the 7 day forecast). for folks heading to lake mead, the national weather
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effect until 10pm sunday for gusts up to 30mph. unlv... honoring ladies who lead... among them..our very own elizabeth watts! "nats elizabeth
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ladies who lead... among them..our very own elizabeth watts! "nats elizabeth watts applause" saturday's lady rebels game featuring
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who lead in our community... it's part of the national girls and women in sports day. las vegas mayor and unlv alum carolyn goodman also honored and presented with the game ball "what a great day. it's about being healthy. it's about team work. it's about making friends." the lady rebels played fresno state and lost in a close battle 57 to 52. and before the game...the school's athletic department working with the after-school all- stars program to host different sports clinics. the students weighing in on the importance of staying fit "due to technology and just what's going on nowadays we've become consumed with technology and stay inside more often, its good to put phone down and cut off x-box and play ball or be with friends and communicate with each other." the after-school all-stars program hosts free community events and summer programs all year long
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back in action... the team faced off against the fresno state bulldogs on saturday . it was an intense game...going into double over time with fresno taking it in the end 111-114. kevin bolinger is in fresno and has more closed captioning will resume shortly closed captioning will resume shortly closed captioning will resume shortly a baby polar bear
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a baby polar bear is finally named why it took the zoo nearly 3 months to pick the perfect one. this is producer mandy's little guy
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excited for today's big game! thanks so much to all of you for sending in your superbowl videos and photos. wishing you a fantastic sunday! we'll be back in just a bit
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has a name. meet nora! she was born back in november. the zoo asking visitors to vote on a name. among the possibilities were desna, kaya and sakari. nearly 90- thousand people from 115 different countries voted... online eventualy deciding on nora. there's much more ahead on fox5 news this morning. coming up... the best superbowl play of
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from officers about dui enforcement and crack down across the valley and it was a star- awards... the big names that went and the controversial comments made by the host all that plus breaking news, weather and traffic in just two minutes on fox five news this morning. an emergency security meeting roast it... roast it... roast it... slice it. new, hand-carved slow-roasted sirloin. perfectly paired, perfectly served... and starting at just $10.99?!
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it's a rigged economy that sends most new wealth to the top 1%. and it's held in place by a corrupt political system where wall street banks and billionaires buy elections. my campaign is funded by over two and a half million small contributions. people who know you can't level the playing field by taking more money from wall street. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message.
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called between nations after north korea ignores warnings and fires a rocket. what critics are saying about the bold move this morning and a fiesty debate between g-o-p presidential hopefuls highlights from last night's event in new hampshire law enforcement out in full force this superbowl weekend the warning for fans who who plan to drink good morning and good super bowl sunday!! thanks for starting your day with us.. i'm shannon moore -- gonna be a great day.. plenty of sunshine across the valley.. here to tell us more.. nate tannenbaum in for ophelia.. since it's superbowl sunday, we're going to go ahead and say that mother nature has scored a touchdown with our weather. a slow, easy comfortable warming trend rolls along. after a
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we're looking for at least the mid 60s today, with some neighborhoods knocking on the door of 70 this afternoon. we'll add a degree or two to the high for next few days so that by wednesday we'll be near the record high of 74. after that we'll drop back just a couple of degrees but still stay upwards of 10 degrees above normal for this time of year. overnight lows will also climb to well- above-normal, reaching close to 50 by next saturday. one of the only question marks is cloud cover. it's for sure going to be mostly sunny until later wednesday when a weather system now well off in the pacific ocean makes its way to southern nevada (there's no rain in the 7 day forecast). for folks heading to lake mead, the national weather service has a lake wind advisory in effect until 10pm sunday for gusts up to 30mph.
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scene of a shooting right now near eastern and tropicana. details are still coming into the newsroom at this hour. officers tell us a man was shot and taken to the hospital with critical injuries. they are searching for two balck males in connection to the shooting though they havenn't said anything about what led up to the shooting. we of course will continue to monitor this news closely and bring you more info as it becomes available . new details this morning about a family fight turned deadly in mountain's edge. we first told you about this story yesterday... police now confirming the victim's name they tell us 22 year old devry moore was shot and killed inside his home near cimarron road and mountains edge parkway on friday. police say a fight broke out between he and his father. the father, stabbed several times before he picked up the gun and fatally shot moore. the father, identified only as a 40 year old man, was taken to umc and is listed in stable condition
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are not being ruled out at this time. to top stories now... an emergency u-n security meeting is schedudled for today after north korea defies international warnings...and launches a long- range rocket into space. announcer talking north korea says the launches are part of a quote "peaceful space program" yet many others view it as a cover up for a missle test the u.s. is calling the move "destabilizing and provacative" though defense officials say the rocket itself posed no threat to our country or its allies. that emergency meeting, to discuss potential international response, will take place at 9 o'clock this morning in new york. a 3 year old boy in alabama accidentally shoots and kills his 9 year old sister with a gun he found on his grandparent's nightstand. police are calling it a tragic accident. the girl. shot in the head, was taken to the hospital where she later died. detectives are
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the children's uncle and grandmother who were home at the time of the shooting. two virginia tech students are facing murder charges in the death of a 13 year old girl who vanished for her home last month. investigators say they met the young girl through a social networking app nick valencia has more on the dangers of such apps and the warning for parents --reporter pkg-as follows-- (david lovell / victim's father) "we had no idea who she was talking to." it's a cautionary story for anyone with a teenager. a 13-year-old girl...her life cut short allegedly by a killer she met online. on thursday...one final goodbye for 7th grader nicole lovell. (david lovell / victim's father) "this is awful. this is tragic. and it all could have been prevented." she was a teenager much like any other-- someone with a heavy internet footprint on apps like instagram, anonymous messaging web site kik. her parents say they wish they would have asked more questions. (david eisenhauer / murder suspect) "i just have this internal thing saying i want to be the best."
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freshman accused of her murder. an accomplished athlete and dedicated student majoring in engineering. here he is in an interview with local affiliate w- m-a-r who last year tapped him as its athlete of the week. (david eisenhauer / murder suspect) "i make my personal goals achievable or just out of reach of achievable. that way i'm constantly striving to better myself..." it was three days after lovell went missing that the 18-year-old eisenhauer was taken into custody for her disappearance. he denies being involved in the murder, but prosecutors say he admits he saw her the night she went missing. police would discover the little girl's decomposing remains...tossed on the side of an interstate just on the other side of the virginia border in north carolina. police say it was this college classmate of eisenhauer that helped him stash the body. at her court appearance earlier this week, natalie keepers was denied bail. the commonwealth of virginia portraying her as an accomplice to
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active participant in the planning... even helping eishenhauer buy a shovel before lovell is murdered. keepers, the state says, was excited to something secretive. the motive for the enforcement investigators think eisenhauer had an relationship with lovell - one that she was planning to nick valencia, cnn, atlanta republican off in new hampshire just state's primary election. and as fox news chief white house correspondent ed henry explains.. the gloves came off at saturday's abc news debate. unlike the last republican debate in iowa... there was no drama over who would show up... but rather who would bring it. trump: eminent domain is an absolute necessity for a country. for our country without it would you wouldn't have roads, you wouldn't have hospitals, you wouldn't have schools. you wouldn't' have bridges, you need eminent domain. bush: the difference between eminent domain for public purpose, as
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and infrastructure and pipelines and all that's for public purpose, but what donald trump did was use eminent domain, to try to take the property of an elderly woman on the strip in atlantic city. that is not public purpose, that is downright wrong. during a campaign season that has often resembled a reality t-v show... the g-o-p face-off had its share of fireworks. rubio: i'm proud of my service in the united states senate and before that in the florida legislature. i will say if politics becomes and the presidency becomes about electing people who have been in congress and in the senate the longest, we should all rally around joe biden. he's been around about a thousand years, he' passed ed hundreds of years and i don't think anybody believes that joe biden should be president of the united states. christie: marco, you shouldn't compare yourself to joe biden and you shouldn't say that's what we're doing. here's exactly what we're doing , you have not been involved in a consequential decision where you had to be held accountable.. .you just simply haven't and the fact is when you talk about hizzbolah sanctions act that you list as one of your
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you weren't even there to vote for it. that's not leadership that's truancy. muir: senator cruz is waterboarding torture? cruz: under the definition of torture, no it's not under the law, torture is excruciating pain that is equivalent to loosing organs and systems, so under the definition of torture it is not, it is enhanced interrogation it is vigorous interrogation, but it does not meet the generally recognized definition of torture. so now the final republican debate before the new hampshire primary is finished with two days to go .. it's back to some old fashioned door knocking to get the vote out. in portsmouth, ed henry fox news. the denver broncos and carolina panthers will take to the field in santa clara this afternoon for superbowl 50. coverage from levi stadium starts at 3:30. a majority of the big bets were placed on the panthers when the lines originally opened, but now, oddsmakers say the tides have turned with bets on the broncos
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"it makes you very grateful for the opportunity to have the chance to play in this game, super bowl 50. i certainly think our players understand the significance of that. we are grateful for the opportunity and we are looking forward to finishing the week with a couple of good practices and we can translate that on to the field on sunday." "all the festivities, the media, everything leading up into it, all you see is panthers- broncos conversations on tv, it's hard not to just take it all in. i mean it's hard. like i keep saying, it's a dream come true and hopefully we are prepared come sunday." we'll of course have all the highlights from the big game, tonight, on fox5 news at 10. police want you to enjoy those superbowl parties, but with caution. they're reminding drivers to plan ahead, and have a sober ride home.. and as fox 5's abby theodros tells us...they'll be out
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catch those who don't nats less than five minutes into his shift and this metro officer has pulled someone over for suspected impaired driving. sgt rich robinson - metro : people are going to be out partying so our focus tonight is dui's the metro police department holds monthly dui checkpoints and saturation patrols... it goes through a period of time like through the holidays. we might have done 4-5-6 saturation patrols just in a week or two of december. while this weekend isn't an official holiday it is super bowl 50 and millions of americans will be celebrating with booze. nats super bowl baby hammered and then the game. and that's ok so long as you're responsible. on super bowl sunday last year -- eighty motorists were tested and 24 were arrested but metro says its not just people drinking at a watch party and getting behind the wheel... marijuana is becoming more popular so we're marijuana impairment and then
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on prescription meds who also come through. theyre not as high but they are certainly a factor. if you're going to drink... officers say be sure to use the tools available for you to get home safely. triple a's tipsy tow service will get you and your car home for free. while motorcyclists can catch a free tow and ride courtesy of "legal ride." uber is also an option for people in the valley. we have certainly seen an uptick in folks making the right choice to not drink and drive and instead open their app an choose that safe and reliable ride home. flint michigan isn't the only town dealing with water contamination what was found in the drinking water in houston that has neighbors demanding answers and an unexpected sight in denver the latest clip to send the internet abuzz and as we send you off to break this morning we're sharing your super bowl photos this one sent in by viewer jessica --- her kids clearly excited for the big game!
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up in their broncos gear .. as for those seahawks fans there on the left.. well.. all i can say is better luck next year! keep sending your photos in!! we love to see em we''ll be back -- after commerical break -- stay with us health officials in
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now investigating reports of rashes, possible associated with the city's water crisis. many say they've have had symptoms for years -- rashes, that feel like chemical burns. while its unclear what's causing the rashes, michigan officials say they're looking into the effects of skin exposure and toxic water. " it was brown, it tasted gross, it smelled gross and there was all these vague medical complaints of hair loss and rashes. and there was high levels of e. coli bacteria in the water, and then they put a lot of chlorine in the water which was irritating people." water samples are being taken from the homes of those people with active rashes. the tests will look for a concentration of metals and other water quality factors..
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in houston, say their tap water is contaminated as well. residents in the area say many of their neighbors have died from cancer... and that ligh levels of radiation are to blame. test results showed levels exceeding e-p-a standards. the city has shutdown at least one well since the test was done last month. but neighbors say it's too late... they -- along with local politicians -- are looking to file class action lawsuits against the state "young says: "these residents were literally gassed in their homes with radioactivity and our government and the state of texas knew about it." independant investigations have been launched to study the effects of radiation in huston's water supply. now fox weather 24/7 with cassandra jones since it's superbowl sunday, we're going to go ahead and say that mother nature has scored a touchdown with our weather. a slow, easy comfortable warming trend rolls along. after a high of 61 saturday, we're looking for at least the mid 60s today, with some neighborhoods
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afternoon. we'll add a degree or two to the high for next few days so that by wednesday we'll be near the record high of 74. after that we'll drop back just a couple of degrees but still stay upwards of 10 degrees above normal for this time of year. overnight lows will also climb to well- above-normal, reaching close to 50 by next saturday. one of the only question marks is cloud cover. it's for sure going to be mostly sunny until later wednesday when a weather system now well off in the pacific ocean makes its way to southern nevada (there's no rain in the 7 day forecast). for folks heading to lake mead, the national weather service has a lake wind advisory in effect until 10pm sunday for gusts up to 30mph. recovery crews
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their work cut out for them... fishing.. for sunken cars. more than a dozen cars fell through an icy lake saturday at the city's annual "winterfest" witnesses reported hearing the ice crack.. then watching the cars slowly sink. authorities say at least 10 are a complete lost, another 5 were able to be driven home. luckily -- no passengers were inside any of the cars. a skier in swizterland has come up with an incredible invention allowing him to capture video, using string. he used a 3d printing rig to manufacuture a bunch of strings -- then swings the i- phone around as he skies now because the phone is swinging in a cricle so fast, it creates a hypnotic slow motion effect. it took him about 2
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the device, saying his go pro wasn't cutting it. he hopes to create more and make it available to buyers in the future these ladies may be interested in a gadget like that.. check this out -- 2 nuns cross country skiing in colorado. a driver noticed thwon and pulled over to capture the moment. turns out the nuns were from a foundation recently started in denver the sisters have also been spotted hiking and even throwing a fribee around on the nearby college campus. caught on camera --- several times the crime this guy committed that triggered a series of snap shots -- and the image police are now using to track him down plus what your phone data reveals about you a company breaks down the chattiest places in the u.s. but before we go to break.. another superbowl video to share.. this one sent in by mom crystal.. here's ace and austyn showing off their best touch-down dance!! they look like fun kids!! i love em.. thanks so much for sharing guys..
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an illinois man morning... didn't exactly when he plotted booth last month apparently smarter than the
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photo. police say the system was designed to capture photos when it senses the cash box is being tampered with. the man made off with about 75 bucks -- officers are hoping the images will lead to an arrest "zero zero zero... let's go. (beatboxing)" another beatboxing duet with siri... this one by a talented youtuber. the question "what's a trillion to tenth power?" the answer --- a whole lot of zeros... making for a pretty cool track researchers tracking cell phone data and speech patterns across the u-s they looked at things like hold times, rate and frequency of speech. they say oregon is the fastest talking state in the u.s... the slowest -- north carolina. as for nevada... we ranked right behind new york, california and new jersey... coming in at number 4 for states that talk the most. the n-a-a-c-p image awards took place in california last night
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accomplishments of african americans in television, music, film and literature. the show comes as racial tensions swirl around awards season... with many ceremonies being criticized for a lack of diversity "i really feel like it is important to support the n-a-a- c-p in this moment, um, to show that you know, we can reward and honor each other as opposed to looking for somebody else, to somebody else, to another organization " host anthony anderson took a few jabs at actor and fox news correspondent stacy dash... for her comments about getting rid of all african american awards shows and programming. pinkett smith -- who have spoken oscar were also in attendance. it's jane austen dead! "pride and zombies" puts a new twist on the instead of courting -- they're killing! more's rachel
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"i've been training for this my whole life." "the fairest wife of your choice may right here be in this room." "my daughters are trained for battle, sir." rachel says: "and honestly i think that this could be a show that could be played in vegas. don't you think like cirque de solei pride and prejudice zombies?" bella says: "that's pretty good!" lily says: "i'll do it! if the film does badly, me and bella will go to vegas." bella says: "if it goes well we'll go to vegas." lily says: "if it does well we'll go to vegas, yeah." rachel says: "and you want a percentage of the profit for sure, right? i mean honestly, how fun to do a period piece and then add the action on to that. it's kind of a dream to have both scenarios, don't you think?" lily says: "yeah." bella says: "we loved it. i mean, it's just what every period drama needs. and it's so refreshing that it's the girls doing the fighting, and the girls saving the boys, and taking care of themselves and being so strong, physically." rachel says: "i know, it's kind of sexy don't you think? to be like we don't need saving. we'll save the guys." bella says: "absolutely. and the costumes had the heaving chests. it's all pretty sexy." rachel says: "yeah, i was gonna say, how
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corsetted up?" bella says: "you mastered it. i feel like you could give a lesson..." lily says: "because the corset tightens you here, so when you breathe, breathing comes from up high." rachel says: "people are probably like what are you talking about? now the guys are going to want to see the movie for sure. there's lots of scenes where these girls are like breathing heavy, and the girls can expand and... it's kind of like an animated effect." bella says: "yeah it was all done in post!" lily says: "yeah there was a whole team that just focused on our chest" ((laughing)) movie nats movie nats an elderly man's body found in the desert of boulder city details on the investigation as officers try to piece together what happened and bernie
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live" debut his face to face meeting with the hilarious larry david, when we come back but first, another one of your photos to share from our superbowl 50 stockpile. this one sent in by sarah out of san francisco. 50 years of super-bowl greatness! looking forward to a big anniversary celebration today! keep those photos coming! we'll share em all morning long! taiwan resucuers
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for medicine and paying rent can't wait. a single mom who desperately needs a raise can't wait. a student with a mountain of debt can't wait. we can make real progress right now for people and families who need it.
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of life in rubble how many are still missing this morning, following that devestating quake and the final g-o-p debate ahead of new hampshire's primary leaves voters with a tough choice a recap of the showdown super bowl bets mean big business for las vegas how the broncos are getting last minute action over the panthers good morning. welcome back to fox five news this morning i'm shannon moore.
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sunday, we're going to go ahead and say that mother nature has scored a touchdown with our weather. a slow, easy comfortable warming trend rolls along. after a high of 61 saturday, we're looking for at least the mid 60s today, with some neighborhoods knocking on the door of 70 this afternoon. we'll add a degree or two to the high for next few days so that by wednesday we'll be near the record high of 74. after that we'll drop back just a couple of degrees but still stay upwards of 10 degrees above normal for this time of year. overnight lows will also climb to well- above-normal, reaching close to 50 by next saturday. one of the only question marks is cloud cover. it's for sure going to be mostly sunny until later wednesday when a weather system now well off in the pacific ocean makes its way to southern nevada (there's no rain in the 7 day forecast). for folks heading to lake mead, the national weather service has a lake wind advisory in effect until 10pm sunday for gusts up
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clark county fire crews investigating the cause of blaze that broke out saturday near kyle canyon. here's a video a viewer sent in of the home engulfed in flames. the call came in around 8 o'clock... when crews arrived they noticed the roof caveing in. because there is limited water available in that area, several units had to be used to truck more. fortunately no injuries were reported an elderly man's desert area near boulder city. officers discovered the 10:30 saturday morning south of dutchman's pass.. jsut west of the 95
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of foul play were seen the man's identify will be reased by the coroner's office people in taiwan burried alive under the rubble of an apartment building after a powerful earthquake shook the city on saturday. fox news correspondent bryan llenas has more on the search for surviviors the search and rescue continues in taiwan.. there are more than 100 people still missing.... hundreds more are injured after a powerful earthquake shook taiwan just before 4am local time saturday. at least 1pele are dead... and at least 11 of those victims were killed inside collapsed 17 story residential building in tainan, which is located on the southwestern side the country-- the apartment building is now ground zero. its floors pancaking like an accordion... the building crashing on its side -- as families slept inside.... the quake striking two days before the lunar new year the most important family holiday in the chinese calendar. more than 2000 firefighters and soldiers are
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the rubble. so far about 250 people have been rescued. but the search is growing more desperate. authorities say part of the apartment building is believed to be buried underground... swallowed by its own foundation... loosened by an earthquake tremor felt as far away as mainland china. local media reports indicate the building housed a children's care center for newborns and mothers. some lucky enough to be reunited with their infants...others were not. a 10 day old little girl and three other children victims inside the apartment building. this earthquake wasn't particularly the strongest.... but the us geological survey says the quake was especially destructive because striking just 6 shallow more damage than deeper ones. also located on the intensifying the earthquake. authorities say it appears the more than 20-year-old high rise building did not meet earthquake construction standards. taiwan is used to earthquakesits deadliest recorded a 7.6 magnitude earthquake killed
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people . in new york.. bryan llenas.. fox news.. police in phoenix are spreading the word about a missing woman and child who may be in danger . the two went missing followind a deadly shooting on saturday. the woman has been identified as veronica huerta brown. the child, as king richard paz. (ofc. james holmes/phoenix police dept.) "the key to this whole thing is relationships, relationships with the victim, this female that we cannot find and this child. we believe that if we can get them located we might be able to add some clarity to the relationship between the victim and the possible suspect." police are still working to piece together details of the shooting, the victim, a man in his 20s. the new hampshire primary, right around the corner. fox news senior national correspondent john roberts has more on how the presidential candidates are spending their time ahead of the big day. it's the final weekend for the candidates to get out their message before the new
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bernie sanders currently leads hillary clinton by a double-digit margin in most polls in the state. sanders says: "we're here in nh where my opponent won in 08 she won.. her husband but if we turn out we can win." the clinton campaign may know her shot of winning the state is slim... which is why she is heading to flint, michigan on sunday.. as the water crisis has been one of her main targets during recent stump speeches. but at a rally in concord.. she defended criticism from the sanders campaign that she has received speaking fees from financial groups since leaving the state department.. and denied the money caused her to change her position on anything. clinton says: "i have no doubt in my mind that i have the best to take down abuses of financial sector stand up to wall st. running $6m ads against me." republican side.. donald trump holds a commanding lead over the rest of his rivals. billionaire didn't hold any rallies today.. but jeb bush did showing in new
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start his campaign.. and help him emerge as a leading alternative to trump and ted cruz. bush says: "for sen cruz's edification: we actually have very sophisticated precise weapons right now. we don't have to carpet bomb. we don't' have to kill innocent people. we have tech superiority. or say you are going to bomb the sh blank out of isis. is that a serious thought?" another candidate who needs to have a strong showing is governor chris christie. and despite most polls having him in single digits in new hampshire.. the governor is asking everyone to listen carefully to what he has to say christie says: "on that stage tonight, you are going to see a difference. we will make sure you see a difference, of those prepared to lead and those there to talk." ((on cam tag)) governor christie is doubling down on his argument that a governor would make the best nominee - someone who had to manage
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senator who spent most of his political life in a subcommittee hearing on capitol hill. in manchester, nh john roberts fox news presidential candidate bernie sanders makes his saturday night live debut! "i am.......yuuuge difference" he made his first appearance during larry david's monoglogue. the two played men on a distressed ship headed to america, arguing over who gets into lifeboats first during a storm. its the biggest
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of the year as fans flock to the sports books to place those last minute bets for super bowl 50. late bets on the game are swinging in broncos' direction thouhgh almost 90-percent of the early money was put on carolina. . vegas also producing more prop bets this year than ever before from how long it'll take lady gaga to sing the national to the pre-game coin toss. if you're headed to a casino to watch the game oddsmakers say.. arrive early. "im really surprised i thought the public was in love with panthers. didnt expect this much denver money late, but sentiment toward manning broncos there number one defense so we can understand why public and bigger plays on denver." vegas also producing more prop bets this year than ever before from how long it'll take lady gaga to sing the national to the pre-game coin toss. if you're headed to a casino to watch the game oddsmakers say.. arrive early. also happening today fox five and our take five to care partners are teaming up with the "goodie two shoes"
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festival! you can run or walk with fox five crew in downtown online entries are closed... but you can still register in person. registration includes entrance to health expos... a tailgate... and a big game viewing pap y.is between 8th and 9th street on carson pizza hut customers are getting the golden treatment, . the company celebrating super bowl 50 with a gold covered pizzas on saturday 50 random customers were selected to get that pie free of charge. it was topped with real --edible--24- carat gold! the custom pizza came delivered in a specially-designed golden box. the pizza valued at 100 bucks! are you hungry yet? if not, this story will make you.. we're talking chicken wings.. a a staple at almost every super bowl party -- its estimated americans will scarf down 1- point-3 billion wings today. that's up three percent from last
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making today the second biggest eating day of the year. fox-five stopped by the "chicken shack" near sunset and mountain vista. they say super bowl is one of the busiest times for them. they sell around seven to eight- thousand wings... and about four- thousand chicken fingers. the restaurant's owner says they're prepared for the rush. "its a really busy day but its all at one time. same 9am to 10pm day but its in four hours. starts about noon but ends around halftime so its crazy. we have all the preorders on wall. and then everyday sunday calls in walk in door and want 100 to 200 wings right now (laughs). the owner says they also have a refrigerated truck ready to go game. a bucket list of adventure. how a woman is honoring her pitbull...in his final days. the runnin' rebels
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double overtime -- who came out on top, plus reaction from fresno! and in honor of superbowl 50 -- we're sending out to break with a another awesome touch-down dance sent in by one of our viewers this is brooke showing off her awesome moves and kartwheels. looking good brooke! keep those fun clips coming guys.. we'll share em all morning long.. stay with us!
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checking off his praised as one of america's best mayors who governed as a pragmatist. a practical and successful legislator, bernie sanders passed more roll-call amendments in a republican congress than any other member, primary care access for millions of americans, protected social security, cracked the gridlock with john mccain to strengthen veterans' healthcare. bernie sanders -- a consistent, principled, and effective leader.
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adventure at a time. fox's randy wallace has the story ..every pet owner should see. closed captioning to resume shortly fall in love this
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own furry friend. the animal foundation has partnered with the "best friends animal society" for a sweet deal. fees for dogs and cats six months and older cost only fourteen dollars. you can also adopt rabbits! here's picture of some of the animals in need of a forever home. there are hundreds waiting to be adopted. the special runs through february 15-th. now fox weather 24/7 with ophelia young since it's superbowl sunday, we're going to go ahead and say that mother nature has scored a touchdown with our weather. a slow, easy comfortable warming trend rolls along. after a high of 61 saturday, we're looking for at least the mid 60s today, with some neighborhoods knocking on the door of 70 this afternoon. we'll add a degree or two to the high for next few days so that by wednesday we'll be near the record high of 74. after that we'll drop back just a couple of degrees but still stay upwards of 10 degrees above
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time of year. overnight lows will also climb to well- above-normal, reaching close to 50 by next saturday. one of the only question marks is cloud cover. it's for sure going to be mostly sunny until later wednesday when a weather system now well off in the pacific ocean makes its way to southern nevada (there's no rain in the 7 day forecast). for folks heading to lake mead, the national weather service has a lake wind advisory in effect until 10pm sunday for gusts up to 30mph. unlv... honoring ladies who lead... among them..our very own elizabeth watts! "nats elizabeth watts applause" saturday's lady rebels game featuring
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unlv... honoring ladies who lead... among them..our very own elizabeth watts! "nats elizabeth watts applause" saturday's lady rebels game featuring different ladies who lead in our community... it's part of the national girls and women in sports day. las vegas mayor
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carolyn goodman also honored and presented with the game ball "what a great day. it's about being healthy. it's about team work. it's about making friends." the lady rebels played fresno state and lost in a close battle 57 to 52. and before the game...the school's athletic department working with the after-school all- stars program to host different sports clinics. the students weighing in on the importance of staying fit "due to technology and just what's going on nowadays we've become consumed with technology and stay inside more often, its good to put phone down and cut off x-box and play ball or be with friends and communicate with each other." the after-school all-stars program hosts free community events and summer programs all year long the runnin' rebels back in action... the team faced off against the fresno state bulldogs on
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it was an intense game...going into double over time with fresno taking it in the end 111-114. kevin bolinger is in fresno and has more closed captioning will resume shortly closed captioning will resume shortly closed captioning will resume shortly the life of a baby
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a closer look these animals in their element... and the length to, to protect her
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coming back now to a live look outside on this super bowl sunday... the weather shaping up to be another gorgeous day.. how lucky are we?? 70's in february. can't beat that! grilzzly bear cubs seen goofing around with their mom... an alaskan photographer captured these awesome photos of the bears in the wild. they playfully jump all over their mama... taking turns getting piggy back rides. and when a
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grizzly comes near... the protective mom shows him whos boss.. scaring him off with the cubs by his side. we talked about it a little yetserday --- animal planet's puppy bowl also happening today. we want to wish our local pups, toby, ginger and magic form the nevada spca the best of luck go get em guys. we're rootin' for you! make vegas proud
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super bowl sunday! be safe! we'll see you back
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