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thats what nevada rancher cliven bundy now faces after being arrested in oregon. i'm christine madela. i'm john huck. bundy was arrested in oregon while trying to visit his sons ryan and ammon who were jailed for occuping the malheur national wildlife refuge. cliven bundy is now facing six felony charges... fox 5's cyndi lundeberg joins us now with more on the case... and whether those charges will stick... john christine... the interesting thing about this case according to attorneys i talked to is.... the government doens't even have to prove cliven bundy himself felonies... they prove someone did on his behalf. assembly woman michele fiore who is just back from oregon... and seeing the bundys... and she has some harsh words for the government. fiore- i have coined the blm to be a bureacracy of back down on my opinion of that politics written all politics written all assembly woman michele fiore isn't mincing words in her judgement of the federal
nevada rancher uncliven bdy. fiore- all these charges are bogus we're talking about american cowboys bundy was taken into custody last wednesday at the portland international airport. bundy is facing six felony charges inlcuding assaulting a federal officer. all of the charges he faces stem from the 2014 stand off in bunkerville nevada. the bundy family tell fox 5 cliven was there to visit his sons ryan and ammon... who were previously arrested for occupying the malheaur wildlife refuge in harney county. drummond- am i critical of the government for doing that do i think they are always correct who they hold accountable? absolutely not craig drummond a federal criminal defense attorney does not represent the bundy's... but handles government cases... and says for cliven... ryan and ammon their lawyers have a tough case on their hands. drummond says prosecutors don't need to prove the bundys themselves committed any crimes... drummond- we dont have to prove all
you did we can say you're apart of a larger scheme a way to say gotcha its a very powerful tool for the government while assemblywoman fiore and attorney drummond disagree on the legality of the arrests and charges... they do agree on one thing... this is far from over. drummond- in my estimation we are looking at trials fiore- somtehings coming down the pipe i dont know what it is but i can tel you it aint gonna be good while in oregon michele fiore says she got to visit with ryan... ammon and cliven. she says they seemed re-energized and in g gd spirits. coming up tonight at 11... we'll explain why she says every american should be paying attention to this case... and why it could affect your next trips to the grocery store. attorney craig drummond says while the burden of proof is on the government... he says social media will play a huge rle in this case as a lot of people uploaded videos and pictures during both
nevada. a pedestrian was critically injured after a car hit him. it happened after six p-m near lake mead and rancho. north las vegas police say the man was not in a crosswalk when he was struck. he was taken to u-m-c in critical condition. police say the driver did stay on scene. lake mead is closed between rancho and texas star lane. drivers should avoid the area... and use other routes. police have not said if impairment or speed were a factor in the crash. two people are sent to the hospital after a stabbing outside an apartment complex. it happened around 5-30 a-m at "portola del sol apartment homes" -- near simmons and lake mead. police say two people were hurt... and treated at u-m-c. both are stable. police have not released any other details about the stabbing. two suspects still on the run after critically injuring a man during a home invasion in henderson over the weekend. police say the duo forced their way into a home saturday morning
mead and water street. both suspects shot a 32-year-old man several times. he was taken to sunrise hospital in critical condition. three children were inside... but were not hurt. police say the home invasion does not appear to be random. anyone with information about these suspects should call police or crimestoppers 7-0-2-3-8-5-55-55. tax season is a prime time for identity theft. several mail boxes are being broken into around the valley. now some are worried their tax documents could be stolen. employers are required to send w-two's by mail. those documents along with retirement... investment... and mortgage interest statements show the full social security number. tax preparers recommend filing right away to prevent identity theft. "...your social security number is tied to just about everything you do credit cards bank statements your bank account your investments everything." "file as soon as you can the first tax
electronically filed is the one that gets processed." tax preparers suggest using direct deposit for your refund... check your credit score regularly... and watch your mail. dont be suprised if you get some phone calls from un recognized numbers this week... or have some new faces knocking at your door... with days from the nevada democratic caucus volunteers for presidential hopefuls are going full throttle in order to get people out and caucusing... fox5's miguel martinez-valle listened in to some of the phone calls today, he has the details not only are both hillary clinton and bernie sanders in town garnering support... their volunteers are working overtime at their various offices like this one by unlv... in preperation for saturday...
nevada's first in the west caucis is getting closer and closer so democratic volunteers are working overtime to make sure the candidates they support get the most delegates. " this is probably my sixth or seventh day volunteering in a row, and i will be here every day until the caucus." supporters like minh nguyen are following the presidential hopefuls from state to state... " i actually came from new hampshire, i was a volunteer there, and i wanted to help out for a last push here in nevada..." nguyen is planning on pulling 12 hour days until saturday, knocking on doors, making phone calls, and answering questions... " for example a lot of people don't know that if youre a republican, you can register the same day of, you can register the same day as the democratic caucus." both clinton and sanders volunteers are talking to people about their candidates policies... but theyre also making sure people know where to be on saturday at 11 am, and how to get there... " let them know where their
them how theyre getting there, if they need a ride, we will definietly provide a system to get them there." as the countdown to caucus day continues... the campaigns are garnering all the support they can get " it doesnt take one person, it takes a community to make it happen, so thank you so much for your help, lets get them there..." so dont be suprised if youre asked in the next few days whether youre planning on caucusing... to find your caucusing location you can look on both the bernie sanders and hillary clinton websites by choosing nevada and address... the providing transportation through neighborhood who reach out and ask for some... live, miguel martinez-valle,
the democratic caucus this saturday- republican caucus later-- tuesday february 23rd. the average age of a child forced into trafficking is 13 years old. and the vast majority of the children forced to work the streets are from here in the valley. it was a very lucrative business. i made a lot of money coming up... a special report on the changing world of sex trafficking in las vegas... from all points of view... former pimp. your fox5 weather
one of the areas that i've been particularly interested in is the area of children. we intend to be sure that everybody in this room and every child in this state is somebody. no matter where they're born, no matter to whom they are born. i want to make sure that every child has a chance to live up to his or her god-given potential. i've spent my life fighting for children, and i'm not stopping now. i'm hillary clinton, and i have always approved this message. there are those who say we cannot defeat a corrupt political system and fix a rigged economy. but
i believe we need to lift our vision above the obstacles in place and look to the american horizon. to a nation where every child can not only dream of going to college, but attend one.
where a good job is not a wish, but a reality. where women receive equal pay and a living wage is paid to all. an america where after a lifetime of labor, there is time for rest and grandchildren. a nation that defends our people and our values, but no longer carries so much of that burden alone. i know we can create that america if
we listen to our conscience and our hearts and not to the pundits and the naysayers. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message,
one of the areas that i've been particularly interested in is the area of children. we intend to be sure that everybody in this room and every child in this state is somebody. no matter where they're born, no matter to whom
they are born. has a chance to live up to his or her god-given potential. i've spent my life fighting for children, and i'm not stopping now. i'm hillary clinton,oved this message. what we're selling in terms of easy sex, there for the taking, it's all done sort of in fun, but we don't think about the dark side, children, and harm side of it. if it's bad
don't want to talk about it. " tonight in our fox5 news special report we're talking about the dark side of our city. the ever present, yet changing world of sex trafficking in las vegas. last year our city welcomed a record setting 42 million tourists. but with more tourism, comes more sex crimes. (music montage ) in
las vegas, people come here expecting to find thousands of town ready to sin in our city. come here to and to leave, to leave everything behind. are being lecherous and feeling entitled bc that's what we sold them from the moment they set foot at mccarran and saw all the ads you look at those advertisements, they're implying something a huge part of our underground economy is based on commercial sex, so we're going to have children pulled into that multi- billion dollar industry coy reaves was one of those
was too. coy and mary don't know each other, but they grew up in seemingly parallel worlds dark worlds filled with violence, drugs and sex trafficking. coy became the trafficker made me a monster. mary, the trafficked. i did feel i wanted to kill myself, that no one was going to help me to understand who they are now, we need to go back to the beginning. (rewind) "mary" went to elementary and middle school here in las vegas. she got kicked out for fighting. she fought other kids at school, because she couldn't fight the demons inside. i didn't know how to deal with it, i was so young. "it" was sexual abuse. family members started molesting mary when she was six years old. mary eventually ran away from home. she was in and out of foster and group homes. but one night while she was living in a group home, mary says she still wasn't safe. when i woke up, i was being raped so, she did what she trained herself to do. i ran away from the group home multiple times that was until she
actually trusted, a man who loved her. the way he came off it made me feel safe and secure with this guy that false sense of safety and security is a common recruitment tool pimps use to lure young women into what they call "the game". he ended up live with me, i'll take care of you. i fell for it, this guy really likes me, he's going to take care of me and i didn't have to do anything once you provide the father figure, you've got what you're looking for- a gullible little girl. mary's "boyfriend" and his friend bought her an outfit, high heeled shoes and the mood changed from loving to demanding. the world came crumbling down just like that, she belonged to them. at the time i didn't know what was going on, i heard about prostitution, but didn't know much about it since i was such a beginner to the game, that's what they call it, the game, they'd start off slow. come back with $500, $800 when she didn't he'd punch me in my face, slap me, i did have a time when he tried to throw me off the balcony of his apartment complex she wasn't allowed to eat or sleep until she met her quota. he would kick me in my ribs, kick me in my face, punch me coy beat his girls
i would ask her where the money is, she'd say she didn't have it. i would smack her, make her change clothes, take a shower, she'd say my feet hurt, i don't care, crawl and go get the money. everytime i left him, i was so scared. the first few times i left him beat me up. it got to the point when i leave. thrown hot coffee in a woman's face, i've threatened her life, i put a gun in a woman's mouth, i've done a lot i'm not proud of i felt very trapped, like there was no way out, like i was going to be stuck in that situation. especially with me being beat up. he never left me by myself. wherever i went i would have to be with me, watching me. it was very scary. (black and white) (switch to color) 7 year old coy wanted to be a doctor. his father was a police lieutenant. his mother, a trauma nurse. his path to pimping started with a phone call from his uncle. he called me to his house one day, he wanted me to do some errands for him coy was 12 years old. he was hanging out with
school. i took her over to my uncles house with me. my uncle sent me on an errand. when i came back she was actually having sex with my uncle. it broke my heart bc i really loved this little girl. my uncle gave her some money, sent her home in a cab, and sat down and explained the pimp game to me. the worst thing that ever happened to me. he gave me my first girl, and took me to take her to make money. at 12 years old? at 12 years old. and you did? yeah, i did. i stayed in the pimp game until i waalmost 35 years old. i should have been playing like the other kids, basketball. like normal children do. i was living an adult life at the age of 15. by the time i was 15 i had 9 girls, 3 cars, no drivers license, 2 apartments, and in the drug trade by then. (nats, music video)
and music videos. id dyou sfeel a sense of power? yeah, yeah, i felt like a superstar. coy lived the pimp lifestyle. money, cash, cars, girls... before i was 19 years old i had $1million in cash from just women coy also lived the part of pimping that doesn't make it in the music i was a very violent man assault on girls? i'll knock you down. stand up. you don't want to get up, i'll throw you out the window. that was the life i led he has the scars to prove it. my fingers cut with a sword, i've been stabbed in that hand, i've been stabbed there, shot there, and i would have to get undressed to show you more places. that's what it was about (dirty money tattoo)
glamorous at all bc you're in constant danger when he was serving one of his many prison sentences for assault, another pimp moved in... that pimp kidnapped coy's daughter and forced her to work for him. a lot of my other pimp friends said you gotta respect the game. when it comes to my children there is no game. that's my child. that's when it dawned on me. all these mean, deceitful things i've done, was somebody's daughter the sexually exploited daughters found on the street come from every race, religion, and socioeconomic status. police tell me getting entangled in trafficking can happen to anyone.we'll tell you what police, and the legal system is doing about sex trafficking. part two of our special report is coming up tonight on fox5 news at 11. if you or someone you know needs help, you can anonymously call
resource center at the number on your screen: 1-888-373-7888 now fox5 weather 24/7, with chief meterologist ted pretty we'll stay in the mid-70s for tuesday with very light breezes and only a few clouds. wednesday afternoon we'll start to see changes with strong, southwest gusts to 35 mph and a high of 80 degrees. that high would be one degree shy of matching a record high of 81 set in
southwest gusts on thursday and a slight shower chance. we'll drop into a the 60s with a high of 68 degrees on thursday afternoon. we waste no time getting back into the 70s with mid-70s friday through the weekend. we'll stay in the mid-70s for tuesday with very light breezes and only a few clouds. wednesday afternoon we'll start to see
gusts to 35 mph and a high of 80 degrees. that high would be one degree shy of matching a record high of 81 set in 2014. we stay gusty with 35 mph southwest gusts on thursday and a slight shower chance. we'll drop into a the 60s with a high of 68 degrees on thursday afternoon. we waste no time getting back into the 70s with mid-70s friday through the weekend.
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that put seven million out of work and millions out of their homes. how does wall street get away with it? millions in campaign contributions and speaking fees. our economy works for wall street because it's rigged by wall street. and that's the problem. as long as washington is bought and paid for, we can't build an economy that works for people. sanders: i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. america's heroes have a message. if you've fought...
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nevada compared to this time last year. according to "las vegas gas prices" -- the cheapest place for gas right now is at sam's club near tropical and centennial center. fox five wants to help families in need have more access to educational experiences. our take five to care partners is teaming up with the discovery children's museum. it's the "vegas has a heart" campaign. our goal is to provide a thousand families a free one-year membership to the museum. a 200-dollar donation covers an entire family membership... but you can give any amount. you can find the link to donate on fox five vegas dot com. it's under the "take five to care" section. you have until march 13-th. k-nine officers risk their lives every day on the job. now two north las vegas k-nines will have extra protection while on patrol. its amazing. these dogs have a switch. they know when its time to work they know when its time
flores: i was raised by my father. my mother left my family when i was 9
years old. things really went from bad to worse for me. this isn't just about numbers, this is about real lives. this is a system that isn't working for the everyday person. it's one of the reasons why i decided to endorse bernie sanders. nevadans are looking for people who are willing to think big, to be bold, and to fight for everyday people. and that's exactly what bernie sanders is doing. sanders: i'm bernie sanders and i approve this message. one of the areas that i've been particularly interested in
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to each other. we intend to be sure that everybody in this room and every child in this state is somebody. no matter where they're born, no matter to whom they are born. our children's future is shaped both by the values of their parents and the policies of their nation. it's time to protect the next generation, fill the lives of our children with possibility and hope, open up the doors so that every child has a chance to live up to his or her god-given potential. i've spent my life fighting for children, families and our country, and i'm not stopping now. (crowd cheers) i'm hillary clinton,
x5 news at 10. local. las vegas. cliven bundy the nevada rancher at the center of the 2014 stand off in bunkerville is facing
life in prison. bundy was arrested last wednesday as he landed at the portland internatonal airport. he was there to visit his sons ryan and ammon who were previously jailed for taking over the wildlife refuge in harney county. but unlike his sons.... clivens charges are from the 2014 standoff. the most serious charge he faces is assaulting a federal officer... nevada assembly woman michele fiore flew up to oregon to stand with the bundys and has publicly condemmed their arrests. bundy supporters question why it took so long to arrest cliven if he was facing such serious charges. federal attorneys however say it takes a long itme for the government to build strong cases. they also tell fox 5 even if prosecutors cannot prove the bundys themselves committed crimes...
face jail time. "we dont have to prove all thse specific acts you did we can say youre apart of a larger scheme a way to say gotcha its a very powerful tool for the government " the bundys tell fox 5 cliven does not have an attorney yet. hes schedule to appear in court tomorrow.... coming up tonight at 11... why attorneys say social media will play a huge role in this case. a k-9 officer injured in the line of duty during an overnight standoff... nicky-- has emergency surgery on being stabbed nearly 15 times in the head. the eight-year-old dog-- went home this morning with his handler-- metro sergeant eric kerns. he is said to be in there are on metro's canine unit. the streets -- the other 16 are detector dogs, explosives, narcotics or people. k-9 officers obviously face very real danger just like their handlers.. but it's difficult
with extra protection like bullet proof vests because they're costly. but some k-9 officers in north las vegas will soon get some of the expensive gear thanks to a national contest on facebook. fox five's elizabeth watts is live with how it will help. north las vegas police will have a new layer of protection when two of their k-9s are fitted with kevlar vests... at no cost to the department. nats these handsome guys are part of the first line of defense for north las vegas police.... nats while they love to play... they're also very serious officers. there are five dogs total in the department... including bobby whose been working since late 2009.. boris is the rookie- he's been there about a year. the k-9s well respected and valued by their handlers.. paul manteufel/(man- toy-ful)/nlpvd k9 handler bobby ther'es an inherent risk with everything we do in our job. we dont know what we're going to run into
but the department's k9 vests are old and not fitted for the pups.. so they entered a facebook contest out of bellevue washington- keeping k9s in kevlar... the top dogs with the most likes would win a kevlar vest... but at the end of the day the non profits sponsors decided to do even more... paul manteufel/(man- toy-ful)/nlpvd k9 handler bobby they ended up providing vests for all the dogs in the contest so it's pretty remarkable. k-9 vests dont come cheap... they're about 25- hundred bucks a pop... but they go a long way for extra protection and peace of mind when out on duty.. adam handleradds its one more tool that we have to insure that we go home at the end of our shift just like these dogs are a part of our family to come home safe the officers say close knit family... and the dogs are like kids to them.. it's a partnership and they all just want to get home at the end of the day safe and sound. nats the two patrol dogs will be
next few weeks and then they can for patrols. the officers wanted to thank and viewers who got involved and helped make this possible for them. ffn llv. north las vegas police have five three patrol dogs and two narcotic detectors. as of now the other three k-9s do not have vests because of costs... but the non profit hopes to help outfit more k-9s in the future. election anim the countdown to the nevada caucuses has started. and the role of the superdelegates is under scrutiny after bernie sanders won the new hampshire primary... yet ended up with the same amount of convention delegates as hillary clinton... thanks to the superdelegates. fox5's les krifaton tells us more about how the process works.
superdelegate? they have the ability to commit to whomever they want but they can change their commitment anytime as well. college of southern nevada political science professor mark peplowski says regular delegates have to stick to the candidate their group voted for in the caucus process. so why let superdelegates change their vote at anytime? it's a belief in the leadership that there is a certain party core of party leaders who are more sophisticated in their knowledge of party politics, party platform and the history of the candidates that they could make an more educated and informed decision on behalf of the party. in nevada four of the 8 superdelegates are elected, two are appointed and the other two are senator harry reid and representative dina titus. erin bilbray is an elected nevada superdelegate who is supporting bernie sanders. to me right now is more the message than the messenger she says most superdeleges follow the popular vote. last week bernie sanders easily won new hampshire but walked away with the same amount of delegates as hillary clinton. she thinks too much is being read into the superdelegate's
superdelegates they unpledge, they don't have to stay committed to who they are. i think that should have waited until closer to the convention a good example of how the superdelegates can tip the scales happened in 2008 when then senator hillary clinton had majority of the superdelegates heading into the national convention only to see them leave her and back then senator barrack obama. state senator ruben kihuen (key/win) another elected nevada superdelegate doesn't think that will happen again. i do feel all of that work since last year is going to payoff on saturday and that she is going to win not only the popular vote but the delegate vote too lk f5n llv of the eight super-delegates in nevada... three back clinton... one backs sanders... and the remaining four are currently uncommited. in nevada... republicans do not have super- delegates. hillary clinton is stumping today in northern nevada... making campaign stops ahead of the caucus in reno and elko.
surprise you to hear me say that we did really well when my husband was president. (cheer) and not only that, it wasn't just the folks at the top everybody did well that's the way the economy is suppose to work. winning nevada is crucial-- as of right now hillary clinton and bernie sanders are polling neck and neck in the silver state... and are tied in the number of states won so far. the democratic caucus this saturday- february 20th. and the republican caucus is just a few days later-- tuesday february 23rd. across the country flags are flying at half- staff in honor of justice antonin scalia... the supreme court justice was 79-years old. a political back and forth--- has already started following the death of supreme court justice antonin scalia . "justice scalia dedicated his life to the cornerstone of our democracy: the rule of law." " the body of of
scalia back home to virginia today.... transported resort where he died of natural causes over the weekend. not only are his collegues now mourning his death, but they their current term without him. to consider cases on contraception, immigration, and and with the eight remaining justices left-- their decisions could end in a four-four president obama--- concerns... saying he won't rush into a nomination for a supreme court justice "pres. obama) "there will be plenty of time for me to do so, and for the senate to fulfill its responsibility to give that person a fair hearing and a timely vote. these are responsibilities that i take seriously, as should everyone. they're bigger than any one party. they are about our democracy." " funeral plans have not yet been finalized for justice scalia. the planned parenthood clinic-- that was the site of a deadly shooting last year... has reopened.
were killed and nine more injured in the november 27th attack in colorado springs. planned parenthood says they have added security measures. they hope the clinic will completely reopen in a few months. for now, they will be offering a full range of services to fewer clients. "we made a commitment to our community the day of the shooting that we would be back just as soon as possible, and i want to acknowledge the fact that our patients have really been the ones who have been put out during this time. " accused gunman robert dear is being held at a colorado state hospital for a mental competency exam. he is due back in court next week. jodi arais loses her visitation privileges... for the next six months. the arizona department of corrections says arias has temporarily pulled the privilege. arias called a correctional officer a vulgar insult... after she was denied a haircut. she will have to demonstrate at least 180 days of good behavior before she is allowed to see
serving a life sentence for murdering her boyfriend. the parents of little league players-- stripped of their 2014 world series title-- are suing to get the title back. the jackie robinson west youth baseball team won the 2014 u-s little league championship... but lost the title after it was discovered some players did not meet residency requirements. the lawsuit claims that league officials should have seen discrepancies before the team went on to win. an attorney says the parents submitted the proper documents. "the children knew nothing about this. the boundary maps were submitted, the eligibility documents were submitted to the jrw inc. who submitted it to little league, and there was no problem with the children being within those boundaries until much later." " the families say they want the title reinstated to the team. little league international says they do not plan
reviewed the lawsuit. britney spears is back. we have an exclusive interview with the about the new show on the las vegas strip. means grab the tissues. why you may get more sniffles this time of year. your fox5 weather 24/7 forecast is coming up next after saturday's republican debate.. and the flood of ads from democratic candidates.. we have rants directed at all of them... is sanders promises unrealistic? does clinton have
and wait till you hear what one caller says about trump... it's in the rant coming up! narrator: for speaking truth to power in china... women's rights are human rights. narrator: and having the fortitude to keep government out of women's personal healthcare decisions. planned parenthood action fund endorses hillary clinton. just like the league of conservation voters
temperatures and freezing rain. they aren't alone... the midwest is expecting to get pounded with some rough weather. andrew spencer has the details. blasio, new york days, some of the coldest temperatures we've seen in new york city in the last 20 years." on the heels of an extreme freeze across the northeast this weekend -- another front will be coming from the midwest through to the eastern seaboard. more than 85- million people are expected to endure snow and freezing rain into tuesday. (mayor bill de blasio, new york city) "it's still bitterly cold outside, we want people to continue to take precautions." the washington metro areas are not taking the warnings lightly -- virginia department of transportation crews spent valentine's day weekend spreading sand and salt on roadways throughout northern virginia. (mos/vdot worker) "these roads are gonna be treacherous." washington d-c is already feeling the effects of the front. monday morning they saw near- whiteout conditions. a little further north, boston had "sea smoke" forming over the water. the fog is created when especially
waters. and in the midwest, chunks of ice have formed along the banks of lake michigan's belmont but not everyone is heeding official warnings... (rich jaffe, wkrc reporter) "what bicycle going the (danielle eubanks, new richmond, "well, you're not allowed to ride the bike down that way, and i'm hungry i'm andrew spencer reporting. the groundhog spring is on it's way. and it seems like starting to heat up across the valley a little early. while the warm weather is a nice change... it also means that allergy season is in full bloom there are a lot of measures you can take to avoid sneezing attacks like using the air conditioning in your car or taking an over the counter medicine. another way to fight allergies is to find out exactly what you're allergic to "if symptoms are persisting one needs to go see an allergists and be tested. determine what your allergies are whether they're trees, grasses, weeds or whether it's all of them" "once we've done all
measures then we think about what different treatments can be done" (0:15) about 15 to 20 percent of the population suffers from allergies so remember you're not alone now fox5 weather 24/7, with chief meterologist ted pretty we'll stay in the mid-70s for tuesday with very light breezes and only a few clouds. wednesday afternoon we'll start to see changes with strong, southwest gusts to 35 mph and a high of 80 degrees. that high would be one degree shy of matching a record high of 81 set in 2014. we stay gusty with 35 mph southwest gusts on thursday and a slight shower
matching a record high of 81 set in 2014. we stay gusty with 35 mph southwest gusts on thursday and a slight shower chance. we'll drop into a the 60s with a high of 68 degrees on thursday afternoon. we waste no time getting back into friday through the weekend. closed captioning will resume shortly supreme court scalia passed
here's a look at what's coming up.. on fox five news at eleven. too many people become victims to sex trafficking in our valley. in part two of our special report, we look at the efforts to rescue the victims. prosecutors and attorneys have a lot of work ahead of them, in the bundy family's why one lawyer will play a big role in this case. gets failing grades, when it comes to tobacco prevention in our state. britney spears is back in the valley... kicking off a new version of her "piece of me" show at planet hollywood. "singing " the strip headliner-- talking exclusively with more. she has new songs and new costumes. in addition to in tense rehearsals for her residency-- she has also been working har on a new album. the best in the music business... being celebrated. the 58th annual
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live from las vegas it's time for fox5 news at 11. nevada rancher cliven bundy faces life in prison... for his actions against the government two years ago. we look at why this case will be difficult for the courtroon. turning their lives around... we look at the programs and people rescuing sex trafficking victims in part 2 of a fox5 special report.
gear they need to keep them safe... just days after another dog is brutally stabbed on the job. we have an update on the wounded k-9 officer's progress. this is fox5 news at 11. local las vegas. a vindictive prosecution.... those are the words that nevada assembly woman michele fiore uses to describe the arrest of rancher cliven bundy. fiore just returned from visiting bundy in oregon. i'm christine maddela. i'm john huck. bundy was arrested in oregon, while going to visit his sons. and while fiore doesnt agree... many are praising the federal government for stepping in. the bundys now wait to go before a judge... fox 5s cyndi lundeberg takes a look at the case against cliven... she joins us now live... 69 year old cliven bundy is facing six felony charges... one includes assaulting an officer. his family agrees with michele fiore... they question why it took two years to bring these