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happened with the robbery... if a weapon was used or any threats or if the robber got away with anything. the bank is not speaking with us but i did leave messages with their pr people reporting live ew ffn llv police are investigating a shooting.... that left one person dead. it happened at a home on kennewick drive - near mojave and vegas valley that's where we find fox five's ophelia young... with the latest details. police ripped down some of the crime scene tape so yes we are able to take a closer look at the home in front of which a man was shot to death.
find him having a hard time breathing - he was taken to sunrise - survive. conversation with the victim's roommates who lives in the same house. he says around 1:30 this afternoon - the victim answered the door and a third former room mate who is a female - was there with her boyfriend to pick up some remaining belongings. the room mate tells me the victim and the woman and her boyfriend got into an argument over rent. and that the argument was moved into the front yard where the woman and her boyfriend were said to climb back into their truck. thats when police believe the argument turned deadly. dan mcgrath metro homicide "they were arguning and i guess they have previos history over money and they were threatening each other and they came over aqnd had argument in front yard and shot fired from pick up truck and truck was standing parked...theyre
ty theyre acquaintances." who fired the gun is not clear - police say the man who died was white and in his early 40's - the room mate we spoke with said he had a wife. police are still looking into the criminal history of the home. but from what we've heard from some neighbors - the house was troublesome and there were people in and out of it all the time. what were goign to do now is knock on some doors - figure out what some neighbors have to say if they agree to talk we'll have their interviews at 5:30 - reporting. a couple arrested in connection to the shooting death of a man in front of his child appear in court. bail was set at 35-thousand dollars for 23- year-old krystal guice... and 25- year-old deonte coleman. they will be held without bail. both are accused
dee haney last monday -- near green valley parkway and la mesa drive. the couple met with haney. he shares custody of a four-year-old girl with guise. police say coleman shot the child's father several times. haney died at the scene. police tell us the couple took off with the child. they were arrested a day later. both are charged with open murder. guise will be back in court february 16-th... and coleman the 22-nd. a california woman has filed a federal civil rights lawsuit seeking at least 225-thousand dollars from las vegas metro police, a former patrol officer and his partner at the time. in the lawsuit, amanda vizcarrondo-ortiz claims she suffered permanent face, neck and back injuries during her arrest just over a year ago for littering and loitering for prostitution charges. charges that were later dropped. metro fired the arresting officer, richard scavone in september. scavone was then indicted last month on federal excessive-force and obstruction charges. he plead not guilty, and awaits
no one was hurt after a small fire broke out in the baggage claim area of mccarran international airport. the clark county fire department responded to the fire around 3-30 this morning - but the flames had already been put out by fire extinguishers. authorities say the fire was on a carpet - and caused by an electrical cord that shorted in an area of the terminal one baggage claim that has been closed off to the public for floor replacement. no operations at the airport were disrupted. a former charter school music teacher has been arrested in connection to a lewdness investigation - dating back to 2012. william crawford - who is now 49 - is accused of having inappropriate physical contact with two 12-year- old female students while he was employed as a music teacher at somerset academy's centennial parkway campus. two weeks ago - detectives obtained a warrant for crawford's arrest - and he was taken into custody yesterday. a couple is accused of indecent behavior - while on the high roller
wheel. philip panzica and chloe scordianos... were arrested on february 5th for sex acts in public... the police report says a high roller employee saw the pair smoking inside one of the glass cabins and undressing... the employee asked them over the intercom to put out the cigarettes and put on their clothes... they paused - before continuing with their behaivor - and ignoring further police say the pair were met by security - when they got off the ride - and were police. they were booked in the clark county detention center, they posted 3-thousand dollars bail and are set to be back in town for court next month. we'll have more on what was seen by employees on security cameras... with a live report coming up at fox five news at six. we have some breaking news... out of new hampshire the associated press is declaring two winnners in the presidential primaries. donald trump is declared the winner of the republican side.
sanders is the clear winner for the democrats. we'll have much more on this story - coming up shortly - with a live report from new hampshire toss to weather we'll have mid-70s through the workweek with a slight drop in highs for the weekend. we expect a high of 74 on wednesday and that would match a high temperature record set in 2014. for the weekend we expect 73 saturday, then 70 on sunday. highs stay around
few more clouds as we start the next workweek on monday and tuesday. average high for the 7-day forecast is 62 degrees. dozens of taxi drivers voice their concerns about a state audit claiming cabs overcharged customers millions of dollars. nevada legislators held a public hearing about the taxicab authority. auditors say cabs charge more than 47-million dollars a year. they believe the three-dollar credit card processing fee is excessive... and shouldn't be more than 90 cents. the audit recommonds abolishing the taxicab authority... and allowing the nevada transportation authority or
oversee it. taxi companies say auditors are misleading the public about overcharging. "they have calculated the 20 cents for the full year knowing full well that the surcharge was there before 30 to 60 days because taxicab authority did not have locks to change the meters. to make that statement to the public and inflame public opinion about the industry does not serve anyone." the taxicab authority said the will discuss audit's recommendation. closed in new two winners declared. have a live report from the granite are now being nation's first presidential primary of 2016. plus - passengers are killed - after two trains crash head-on in germany. why the tragedy could have been much worse.
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nevada state democrats say presidential candidates hillary clinton and bernie sanders will take part in a town hall event in las vegas it takes place on february 18-th.... two days before the state party caucus. msnbc and the spanish-language television network telemundo have agreed to host the evening event. a time and location haven't been determined. questions are expected to focus on issues affecting nevada and the latino community. the nevada democratic caucus is feb. 20. after months of countless candidate visits and campaign ads... voters in new hampshire have finally cast their ballots. the new hampshire primary winners are donald trump on the republican side and bernie sanders in the democratic race. each took the top spot after second-place finishes in the iowa caucuses. ryan nobles is live in manchester... ryan, what's the mood in new hampshire on primary day? closed captioning
ten people dead. nearly one- hundred others are injured. investigators say it's possible the trains were traveling at a speed of up to 60 miles-per-hour. the point of collision is on a curve - and it's possible the drivers of each train did not see each other. that means the trains could have hit without braking - even though an automatic breaking system is in place on that stretch of track. "..it's a terrifying picture at the crash site. it's shocking how the two trains are wedged into each other. one train literally drilled itself into the other and completely tore apart the cabin of the second train." the human impact could have been much worse. the trains hold up to a thousand passengers each - and children often use them to go to school. but less than two-hundred were on board today - due to a regional holiday. the price of gasoline... could remain low for the rest of the year. the u.s. energy information administration says that regular gasoline will average 1-98 a gallon nationwide in 2016. if the forecast is right - it will be the first time since 2004 that drivers in the u-s
under two- dollars a gallon. the pump savings are a direct result of the 70 percent collapse in crude oil prices since mid-2014. now fox5 weather 24/7, with chief meterologist ted pretty we'll have mid-70s through the workweek with a slight drop in highs for the weekend. we expect a high of 74 on wednesday and that would match a high temperature record set in 2014. for the weekend we expect 73 saturday, then 70 on sunday. highs stay around 70 degrees with a
workweek on monday and tuesday. average high for the 7-day forecast is 62 degrees. we'll have mid-70s through the slight drop in highs for the weekend. we expect a high of 74 on wednesday and that would match a high temperature record set in 2014. for the weekend we expect 73 saturday, then 70 on sunday.
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sears says it plans to accelerate the closing of at least 50 of what it calls its most unprofitable stores. the retailer originally planned to shut the stores over the next few months... but poor holiday sales have sears speeding up its timeline. sears.. which also owns k-mart... has been struggling in recent years amid growing competition from other department stores... as well as "big box" retailers like walmart and online options such as amazon. the company has shut down hundreds of sears and k-mart stores
stocks are ending slightly lower after another bumpy day. the dow gave up 12 points. the s-and-p slipped a point - and the nasdaq edged down 15 points. energy companies once again suffered the biggest losses as the price of oil took another tumble. there's much more coming up in the second half of fox5 news at 5. a man is dead.... after a shootinig. how a wtiness says the violence began.... with an
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