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what she'll say." (hillary clinton/ (d) presidential candidate): "i just don't know where all this comes from. maybe it's because senator sanders wasn't really a democrat until he decided to run for president." " a republican candidates- john kasich, jeb bush and donald trump held a townhall in south carolina. where their primary will be held on saturday. the town hall wasnt the only stop for the presidential hopefuls, fox5's miguel martinez-valle followed some of those events tonight he has the details... from appearances with the culinary union, to the democratic town hall earlier today, to several other events being held around town it is a very exciting week to be in las vegas if you're into politics... but its those who maybe haven't been following the candidates as closely in the past that are being fought over now... following the democratic town hall bernie sanders joined nevada democrats at their caucus kickoff dinner... there he passionately
inequality, free tuition, gay and woman's rights, climate change, immigration and of course not accepting super packs or donations from corporate america,,, sanders said to some his beliefs might seem un- achievable, but he said they're what this country should be working towards. he also talked about the importance of saturdays caucus. pleading with voters to go out and caucus no matter who they support " i hope that on saturday, when the eyes of america will be on nevada, i hope very much no matter which candidate people are supporting, i hope they come out in large numbers..." but bernie sanders wasn't the only big name speaker at the kickoff dinner... just minutes after bernie left the stage, former president bill clinton made an appearance on behalf of his wife... clinton talked about her
leading, her ability to get things done, but he also talked about the importance of sticking with a democratic president and avoiding a republican win at the white house... i'll have more about what bill clinton had to say coming up at 10:30, for now reporting live, miguel martinez- valle, fox5 news local. las vegas. while bill represented her at the dinner, hillary was busy across town at her caucus event with the laborers international union her get out and caucus event. a teenager is motorcycle collided with another vehcile. say... both of the drivers... shouldn't have been on the road. the facts of the matter of this is we have two people been driving dirving without a motorcycle license and the driver of the car had an instruction permit. police say the 19 year old ... was turning onto the road... at washington and when the driver
stop sign... and they crashed into each other. was taken to umc where he died. year driver of the licensed person in the law in nevada when you only have an permit. looking to see if speed was a factor in this crash. a family is asking for your help in year old murder... aric brill was shot and killed at a party in 2009... tonight his friends and family gathered in las that this is the last anniversary of his death... without answers. fox 5s cyndi lundeberg spoke with the family... and has more on where the investigation stands now...
getting closure death... offering up this murderer to justice... when i look in those eyes and i cant stop feels like it happenned yesterday this is the year family and friends of aric brill hope his murder will be solved. thursday they gathered at brill's ask the community for help... martial - someebody saw it there were multiple people there were multiple robbers somebody knows this is wrong martial- seven years is long enough speak up i dont want this to happen to anyone else brill was shot in the head at a party on february 20th 2009... his father is now offering up his home as a reward for anyone that can bring those responsible to justice.. . i love my house.... but (sobs) i love my son more
do good things for the world he was a good person he wanted to do good things metro police have not said whether the 100-thousand dollar offer has generated new leads... but brill's loved ones remain hopeful this new incentive is what they need to crack the case. i want you to come forawrd and give up the criminal and take the money the sooner the better martial- its not something anyone wants to accept the pain doesnt go away a simple reminder brings back all the memories aric brills family says his last act on earth was saving others... six of his organs
able to be donated... coming up tonight at 11... we spoke with the family about new leads theyre working on with investigators... we'll have those detals tonight at 11. the suspects in this case were seen driving away in a black impala... witnesses told police there were five men involved. the family of aric brill has also offered to pay any legal fees for anyone who comes forward with information... and says theyre working with the district attorney to grant immunity to anyone that provides information even if its incriminating. the man accused of attacking a metro k9 officer with a machete goes before a judge.. "this individual proved to be a danger to everyone around him, every one in that apartment complex, every man and woman who was a police officer on the scene, every k-9 on the scene. " lawyers for tolavius timmons initially asked his 50 thousand
in half... saying timmons had not been and trouble and did not pose a flight risk. prosecutors- and the judge disagreed--- bail is set at 75 thousand dollars... timmons is due back in court on march fourth. coming up a little bit later... we have a look at the progress k9 officer nicky is making. the woman accused of intentionally plowing into a crowd of people on the las vegas strip is scheduled for a competency hearing next month. lakeisha hall was supposed to go before a judge this morning... instead her lawyers set the hearing for march 11 . holloway faces 71 felonies including murder and battery with a deadly weapon in the december 20th one person was killed... 34 more were injured. four months after someone then set a valley home on fire-- the same house is at the center of another fire investigation. las vegas fire and rescue were called to the vacant home near charleston and lamb just before 11 last night... heavy flames and smoke were pouring from the
no one was hurt in last night's fire. in november-- investigators say the home was intentionally set on fire. mario jimenez was found dead inside the home. other family members were able to escape that blaze.. fox5 was there as federal agents raided three separate locations today... all we know is it's a corruption investigation related to an audit of the hoover dam. raids took place at: an accounting firm on sunset and durango. a henderson home off college and u-s 95... and the department of interior's bureau of reclamation office in boulder city. the home belongs to rick zaffarese-leavitt. he's also linked to the other two offices. leavitt is the director of the bureau of reclamation. according to the review journal.. he was on a committee that oversaw a one million dollar audit of the hoover dam contract. ll bradford and company was in charge of that audit.. fbi agents raided that company's office today.
what the f-b-i is looking for. when we called, they simply confirmed they were investigating, but wouldn't give us details. at least a half a dozen local law enforcement cars were in front of leavitt's home today. we also talked to the bureau of reclamation, and l-l bradford. they would not comment on today's raids. the first in the west caucus... takes place right here in nevada this saturday. but a lot of voters are still confused or intimidated by the caucus process. tonight... we clear up all of that for you... so by the democratic and republican caucuses... you'll be ready to have your voice heard. they fought for our rights, now its time to fight for theirs. tomorrow on fox5 news this morning, we'll tell you about a v-a benefit that many senior veterans and their families may not know they qualify for and how they can get paid. your fox5 weather 24/7 forecast is
today in america, the
top 1/10 of 1% owns almost as much wealth as the bottom 90% this great country and our government belong to all of us. wall street, corporate america, wealthy campaign donors have so much influence that the only way they are defeated is when millions of people begin to stand up and say loudly and clearly, "enough is enough." i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. in the next few days - nevada democrats and republicans will caucus to determine which candidates will get our states delagates at the national convention. democrats caucus on saturday.
tuesday. but how does the system work if you decide to take part? fox 5's kevin bolinger joins us with a breakdown of the process. kevin in studio: contrary to what many believe - the caucus is not run by the state - it's actually run by each individual state party. and the demorcrats and republicans both do things differently. the end result is the same - finding the person that will get the delegates of nevada when the conventions take place this summer. the silver state has used the caucus system since 2008 - making the switch to become the first of the western states to help determine nominees. but it's brought plenty of confusion to voters who don't understand just how the caucus system works - which has scared people away from taking part. here's what you need to know to be armed with the information to jump into the political process. nats of candidate rallies/4boxed nevada has seen all of the presidential candidates numerous times making appearances
the voters to decide who should get the party nomination....and in our state it's done using the caucus system. mark peplowski: this is the ultimate ground game. because each campaign is going to be working to turn people out to the caucus. getting them there is the problem. mark peplowski: the passive voters don't go. the once in a lifetime voters don't go. but those who really care about the political process, this allows them to be first in line to make a difference. both democrats and republicans are hoping people turn out to caucus - not only does it give a better gague of where people stand...but it allows the parties to establish engaged voters to develop a ground game to get out the vote in november. state senator aaron ford: it's talking to your neighbor about who it is you're supporting, why you're supporting that person, why your neighbor should support that person
telling you to support the person she's supporting. it's an easy process. it's not intimidating and it's not something we should avoid. michael mcdonald: it's about bringing the message to the rest of the state on where we stand and how important the caucus is to be invovled, to have your voices heard, to get behind the candidate of your choice and at the end of the day when we come out with a nominee, then everybody get behind that nominee and that's how we take the white house. depending on your party - the caucus is run differently. the democrats meet saturday at 11 a-m republicans tuesday - anywhere from 5 to 7 pm depending on your preceint. unregistered voters can register as a democrat at the caucus site....republicans had to register by february 13th. democrats will vote by breaking into groups of the candidate of their choice listening to arguments of fellow voters. state senator aaron ford/(d) senate minority leader: the easy way to describe it is it's a community conversation. i consider caucusing as practice for picking our next president. but really all it is a
who our standard bearer for democratic principles is gonna republicans use a private paper ballot system with one vote after listening to people discuss their candidate of choice. greg bailor/nevada caucus director for republican party: everybody will have two minutes in most their favorite candidate. so if you're on the fence caucus and you hear from one of your preceint you might cast your ballot when you arrived. 43 total delegates in play - 35 pledged through the first vote at the national on caucus results delgates - state elected officials who are not bound by caucus voting. repubicans have 30 delegates at the national convention split proportinately based on the outcome of the caucus. they do not have super delegates. the democrats do not allow absentee voting at their caucus but republicans do allow it for active duty military members and their
overseas. it takes some of your time....but it's the starting point for anyone who wants to make a difference. mark peplowski: it american mantra is broken, let's fix it. the constitution begins with the people" and if we the people really care about their government they'll process and be part of the government instead of complaining about it. bottom line - the nevada caucus is important. for the parties it's the kick-off to a crucial election from the top of the ticket all the way down. for the presidential candidates - it's about momentum....fundrai sing....and getting a pulse of what western voters are thinking that could decide the election...because ...after all...in the last 100 years...nevada has been wrong on a presidential election only once...in 1976 when the state went for gerald ford instead of jimmy carter. the first step in
begins in earnest here....over the next few days. happy caucusing! whether you are a democrat or republican you must go to your specific precinct to caucus. both state parties have set up websites that will tell you exactly where to go and give you additional details. we've set up links to those sites on our website....fox 5 begas-dot-com. we will bring you a special edition of fox five news at five -- saturday night. we'll have live coverage of the results and the candidates local caucus headquarters. now fox5 weather 24/7, with chief meterologist ted pretty gusts drop down to around the 20 mph range with clearing skies as we head into the overnight. we'll see afternoon southwest breezes again on friday, but just to around 10-20
hours. we'll see a high of 70 degrees on friday. for the weekend we'll see sunny skies with highs at 72 on saturday, then 76 on sunday. into next week we continue to see sunny skies with warmer highs into the upper-70s. average high for next week is 65 degrees. gusts drop down to around the 20 mph range with clearing skies as we head into the overnight. we'll see afternoon sohwest breezes
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,
i'm hillary clinton, and i have always approved this message. today in america, the top 1/10 of 1% owns almost as much wealth as the bottom 90% this great country and our government belong to all of us. wall street, corporate america, wealthy campaign donors have
so much influence that the only way they are defeated is when millions of people begin to stand up
i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. the k-9 that survived that brutal machete attack... stopped by the fox 5 studio this
morning for our segment 'behind the badge'. nicky is in great spirits and is on his way to making a full recovery. even after the attack, the pup is showing no fear. his handler sergeant kerns says that nicky is ready to get back to work as soon as he can. "i don't know many people who can be through what nicky went through and continue to want to do their job after getting hit by this machete so he's just a hero and we're just happy that he's here" nicky will be back on the field as soon as his
the wait is almost over! ikea is coming to the valley... and we got a sneak peak inside. a hard hat tour was led today... by clark county commissioner susan brager. the swedish retailer is set to open some time this summer near the 215 and durango... the store features easy to assemble home furnishings. it will employ 300 people. hitting the campaign trail hard.... and it is making a stop in the valley. where the democratic candidates were fighting for the tonight. a valley woman is fighting for her now the fox5 surprise squad is stepping in to give her--- the biggest
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. for her "experience, leadership, tenacity," the las vegas sun endorses hillary clinton. just like planned parenthood action fund endorses clinton for her fortitude keeping government out of women's personal healthcare decisions.
for her bold plan to attack climate change. or the human rights campaign... because hillary believes only love should decide which two people can marry. not just a progressive. a progressive
who gets results. i'm hillary clinton, and i approve this message. this is fox5 news at presidential flocking to nevada in time for the caucuses,.. with the caucus just days away, hillary sanders spent gain support from those still fox5's miguel followed some of those events details...
presidential hopefuls stood in front of an audience here in las vegas earlier today during the democratic town hall... but as soon as they were done there they were rushed to other appearances, including the caucus kickoff dinner right here at the tropicana resort casino. bernie sanders stepped into a room full of cheering nevada democrats just minutes after stepping of stage at the town hall. during the dinner he spoke about his views on immigration, climate change, and wall street... he boosted about not having a super pac and receiving all of his donations from middle class americans. he also spoke about the importance of education, a topic former president bill clinton also brought up. he appeared at the even on behalf of his wife hillary. he spoke about the progress made during the obama administration and the importance of putting a president in the white house who will keep the progress going... " the reason that i think she should be nominated, and i believe she will be
policies, shes got the best record, and not only that, shes the single best change maker that i have ever known." both sanders and clinton touched on the importance of caucusing on saturday, they appealed to voters to go out and make their voices heard in the first caucus in the west. sanders and hillary clinton will be keeping busy tomorrow trying to garner as much support before saturday as they can. and while bill represented her at the dinner, hillary was across town at her get out and caucus event... thats all i have for now, live, miguel martinez- valle, fox5 news local. las vegas. saturdays caucus will start at 11 a.m. the g-o-p caucus is coming up in less then a week... we caught up with a group of senator ted cruz supporters who are working hard to make sure everyone gets out and makes their vote count "we're covering the houses, we're
brochures, we're talking to people. we're primarily searching for undecided voters and precinct captains" according to a recent c-n-n poll... donald trump is leading nevada republicans... while marco rubio and ted cruz are in a tight race for second place. the democratic caucus is this saturday february 20-th. the republican caucus is on tuesday february 23-rd. we will bring you a special edition of fox five news at five -- saturday night. we'll have live coverage of the results and the candidates local caucus headquarters. rancher clinen bundy is heading back to nevada to face charges. he is facing a 16 count indictment. the rancher was scheduled to appear in a portland court tomorrow for a preliminary hearing... but a motion was filed requesting that the hearing be canceled, citing a federal indictment returned by grand jurors in nevada this week. the charges stem for an armed standoff on bunkerville ranch
130 car thefts have been reported across the valley since the first of the year. now police are warning the public-- about things that could make them a target to thieves. "if there's change in the car and the door's unlocked that's an easy target. we want to make it where it's not so easy for the criminals and not so opportunistic for them to come out there and make victims of our citizens." police say many of vehicles are being stolen from apartment complexes. they say it is important if you see something that doesn't look right-- you need to say something. if you have any information-- you are asked to contact crimestoppers at 702-385-55-55. people can pay tribute to the late supreme court justice antonin scalia... tomorrow in washington. scalia will lie in repose at the supreme court's great hall. supreme court police will carry his casket up the court steps... and former clerks will serve as pallbearers. there will be a private ceremony for family, friends and justices... before the public viewing. the home of the brother of one of the san
raided by the fbi. and neighbors say this isn't the first time they've seen a swarm of law enforcement. ""it's been going on since the attacks in san bernardino. they had ... we've had numerous swarms of f-b-i agents and homeland security and police and all that. so this is probably about the fourth or fifth time, i think, we've been swarmed with." " an f-b-i spokesperson says agents executed a search warrant as part of its investigation syed raheel farook's brother and his wife opened fire on a holiday party in san bernardino last december. fourteen people were killed. both shooters were later shot and killed by police. donald trump is not one to hold back... and now he is taking on the pope.... after the pontiff-- criticizes the g-o- p's front runner's plan to build a wall between mexico and the u-s. "a person who only thinks about building walls -- wherever they be located -- and not building bridges is not a christian. "
back at pope francis....calling comments from the pontiff "disgraceful." he says he's not worried about potentially losing any catholic supporters... a helicopter crashes off the coast of hawaii... and it is caught on camera. witnesses say the chopper made a hard landing in the water near pearl harbor... the coast guard said 5 people were on board and rescued... one person was critically injured. investigators are now figuring out the cause of the crash... tours to the pearl harbor memorial are canceled until further notice. the fox5 surprise squad is powered by united nissan and america first credit union. a wife... mother...and local business owner- in the fight of her life! when the fox5 surprise squad learned what susie mc-coig was up against.... it touched their hearts so much - they began a mission to help save hers. kim blanc- susie mccoig has been a friend of ours for almost ten years.
by taking our son to sign him up for karate. her and her husband own a karate studio. susie has a coronary disease that she was actually born with but she just didn't know. since the bypass, it's cause three out of the five arteries to close again. susie gives so much from the heart, it's ironic that it's her heart that's giving out. it's been really hard you know on those of us close to her. she's just a huge part of the community but i think she has a lot more support than she actually thinks she does. monica- this is a wife. this is a mother who is literally in the fight of her life and it has turned out to be the biggest surprise we have ever done. she's going to freak. she's going to freak out. hi, how are you? i'm good. hi. are you susie? susie- yes monica- hi susie, i'm
the fox five surprise squad. can you come over here and introduce me to your husband? do you guys mind if i interrupt. hi, are wade- yes ma'am monica- we've heard susie, i also understand that there is also something that you're going through. right? susie- yes ma'am, i'm on my road of my journey to heart transplant but it's easy. it's just so so year old son max. have a twenty-four year old. monica- what do you think about all of this? how do you day? not sure how to handle it. wade- you know, we god and just try my best to supportive and do her. susie- we've had our school for fifteen years. we've got a hundred and fifty students and they're everything to me. monica- what are medical expenses like for you? susie- if i'm lucky enough to get on a
only have so long to get to ucla so i have to be medevacked and it's sixteen thousand and your insurance doesn't pay for it. i've already hit so many people in my family that's given so much money and you feel so guilty for that. so you start to question like maybe i shouldn't even go for the transplant. monica- we are here for you today. susie- thank you monica- that's what this surprise squad is all about. we have a special delivery for you. susie- aw. that's so cool. monica- this is ufc hall of famer forrest griffin. forrest- your story and i was very inspired and i had to come down here and tell you that you're more of a fighter than any of for you. susie- it is so nice of you. forrest- just to help you in your fight. just a little something from the susie- so nice of you. beyond nice. oh check for twenty-
to lend a helping hand. susie- as soon as your finances run out, you're taken off the list. my whole thing i say is that, i don't want to die because i can't afford to live. monica- that's not all. this is don forman, he is the owner of united nissan. don- our team at united nissan prays for your speedy recovery and to help that we've put together a check for you for ten thousand dollars. susie- i just don't know what to say. don- how about a hug? susie- absolutely. you bet sir. kim- i know she is overjoyed and appreciative of everybody. i appreciate it. i was overwhelmed. forrest- i've known wade since probably 2007 and he was a striking coach. child- can you fight someone? forrest- now i'm even more happy that i got to be a part of this because i know people are good people that you're doing it for. don- she's deserved of that opportunity, that
very touching. america first rep- i think just knowing that we're able to provide peace even for a day to her and give her comfort, it really says something about what everybody is doing for the community. susie- i'm overwhelmed. it's a journey that you really do think it's a journey that you're going to walk and with the help of fox five and the visit of forrest griffin. with the help of united nissan, i mean i get that flight for life when i need. i'm so blessed. susie travels to u-c-l-a tomorrow u-c-l-a tomorrow for more testing to determine if closer to a heart transplant. our thoughts and her. if you want to help susie on her journey... you can contribute to her go-fund-me. you can find the link on our website at fox5- vegas-dot-com turning scrap wood into toys for valley kids... " steps up so we can put a smile on a we'll introduce star and all the volunteers who
the american people can't afford to wait for ideas
that sound good on paper, but will never maket in the real world. the grandmother who has to choose between paying 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.
i've watched as the house across the street has sat empty for over six
years. i've watched good friends have their homes foreclosed on. people are still really suffering, and they're looking for somebody that is going to create bold change. wall street gave bad advice and bad loans over and over again, and nothing happened. people are so excited about bernie sanders because they know that he's not beholden to wall street. we need someone like bernie sanders that's going to fight for the middle class. we have to fix things now. sanders: i'm bernie sanders,
in this digital age, most people are constantly on their phones or tablets. handmade, wooden toys like this are pretty rare. but there are people making these toys for kids in the valley, and they're making a difference. that's why they're our fox5 shining star. - nats saw hammer it is scrap wood, it would have been ground up, thrown away, or used for firewood. we can turn it into a toy rex doty's vision is what turned scrap wood into toys 4 smiles... a non profit organization that sands, cuts, and whittles out simple, rustic
children in need of a little something to make them smile. it may be a child with cancer, it may be a child with folks overseas metro police carry the toys in their patrol cars to hand out while they're on duty. we keep it so simple so everyone can get involved. no woodworking experience necessary, just good people with a good heart that want to help kids every every edge, every wheel... is handmade, hand crafted by volunteers who believe this rustic toy can help a child in need. those volunteers have churned out nearly 250 thousand toys throughout the years. when that child, boy or girl, receives one of those toys, they know somebody cares about them. somebody took the time to put that together, to put into their hands, and the world where nobody cares about them is gone nats- sanding i think it's important kids know people in this town made it for
we thought it was important toys 4 smiles was recognized for the work they do. so rex took home five hundred dollars from fairway chevrolet, along with his shining star certificate and award. handmade, that says it all. to spend the time and do that, it's all about the kids (peter) nats- sanding piece of scrap wood, with love and care, can do anything toys 4 smiles is always looking for volunteers. we have a link to their site on fox5 vegas dot com. 24/7, with chief pretty around the 20 mph range with clearing skies as we head into the overnight. we'll see afternoon southwest breezes again on friday, but just to around 10-20 hours. we'll see a
on friday. for the weekend we'll see sunny skies with highs at 72 on saturday, then 76 on sunday. into next week we continue to see sunny skies with warmer highs into the upper-70s. average high for next week is 65 degrees. gusts drop down to around the 20 mph range with clearing skies as we head into the overnight. we'll see afternoon
at fox5vegas.com or call at 702-436- 8285 here's a look at what's coming up.. on fox five news at eleven. a nevada corrections officer gets busted in a prison smuggling ring. what officials say he was sneaking to prisoners behind bars. goes to jail, and another goes to the doctor... after a fast food mistake what happened after the wrong chicken sandwich came out... igniting fury in a wendy's. the final season of american idol is off to a strong start.... tonight 12 of the hopefuls... were joined on stage by idol alums. " singing from american idol
contestants getting some advice from their mentors... some of the big names-- included david cook, chris daughtry and kellie pickler. it was the end of the road for some... five people were sent packing... seven continue on in hopes of grabbing the final title of american idol. during nascar weekend in las vegas...fox 5 will once again bring you the emmy winning speedway saturday night. we'll have feature stories, live interviews and need to know to get you ready for the race at the las vegas motor it's saturday march 5-th at 7 p-m. a man is just trying to get some things done around the house... why his chore of taking out the trash... bigger this dad. fox5 news at 10.
they're one of the wall street banks that triggered the financial meltdown -- goldman sachs. just settled with authorities for their part in the crisis 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.
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people are laughing at you and not with you? that's the case for one dad... alun miles... is simply trying to take the trash can out to the trash men.... but it is a lot easier than it sounds... as he is slipping and sliding all over the place.... because the driveway is full of ice. little does he know he is putting on a performance for his family. his wife and kids are watching him from the window... and laughing. fox5 news at 11, your only local station here for you at both 10 and 11
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,
live from las vegas it's time for fox5 news at 11. will resume valley roads. the mistakes police say two teenagers made... that led up to a fatal crash. a never-ending fight for justice. the efforts a family is taking... to make sure their son's murderer is captured. this is fox5 news at 11. local las vegas. it's been a busy day for democratic presidential hopefuls here in the valley. i'm john huck. i'm christine maddela. with just days before the democratic caucus, candidates are flocking to vegas to reach those undecided voters. fox5s miguel martinez valle was at some of the
attended, and he has the details. sanders and hillary clinton had events directly following the town hall. sanders showed up here at the democratic caucus kickoff dinner just minutes after leaving the town hall. here he passionately talked about his views on income inequality, free tuition, gay and woman's rights, climate change, immigration and of course not accepting super packs or donations from corporate america,,, he also had some key words about one republican presidential hopeful... ""people can disagree on immigration reform, but in the year 2016 we will not allow the trumps and others of this world to divide us up and to appeal to racism which has done this country so much harm for so many years." " but bernie