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imagine losing a loved one to a brutal murder... and then being unable to retrieve their body. thats exactly what happened to one las vegas mans family... i'm christine maddela. i'm john huck, but some good news came down from the nation's capital today... that may have all of that changing. fox 5s cyndi lundeberg spoke with the family of keith goldberg who inspired a bill.... she joins us now live... keith goldberg was murdered and his body was dumped in the lake mead recreational area... but because of regulations... crews could not go in and get the body for more than a year... a lot of the efforts came out of red rock search and rescue's headquarters. today the u-s house of representatives passed a bill inspired by keith goldberg... his family says its a necessary change... hardy- is a common sense bypartisan solution to tear down the
preventing greiving familes from acheiving their closure congressman cresent hardy threw his support behind the joe heck's 'good samairtan seach and recovery act' friday on the house floor... david- its a win win for everyone how can it be wrong its a completely logical bill friday the bill was passed with unanimous support as an amendment to an existing law... it was inspired by a 2012 las vegas murder in which a love triangle turned deadly for keith goldberg . cell phone pings helped red rock search and rescue narrow in on where his body was located... but regulations stopped them being able to go in and retrieve it. david-had we had this in place when keith goldberg went missing we wouldve recovered him in may we started looking for him april 2012 by may we knew he was in because of all the able to get in until jeff goldberg- it was horrible no proof that he's really dead prior to the good samaritan search and rescue act... rock search and rescue... looking persons faced roadblocks and million dollar liabilities. the family says the
house is a small victory in a long and painful battle. they are now looking to the senate to also take action... the process of waiting to get his remains back and first finding him and now this whole thing with the house and senate its a waiting game while nothing can bring back their loved one... keith goldberg's brother tells fox 5 his legacy will save thousands of other families from the heartache they've endured. goldberg- its always a part of you you never get relieved of it but hearing today some action with his bill something to feel good about my brother cant come back i understand that red rock search and rescue spent hundreds of hours looking for goldberg... so for them this bill is deeply personal. something good came from it somethign good came from it yahoo in november of last year the senate committee on energy and natural resources approved the good samarian search and recovery act... clearing the way for action on the senate floor...
quickly on the matter... and it will be officially signed into law. reporting live cyndi lundeberg fox 5 news local las vegas. air force staff sergeant antonio tucker also inspired legislators to draft this bill. tucker drowned in lake mead in 2012. search teams had to wait nearly a year to get proper permits before they could search for his body. a man is shot several times in an alley behind a convenience store in downtown las vegas. a guest staying at a nearby hostel heard the gunshots and screams for help. "it looked like blood and then i saw him fall to ground." "it was relief when i saw he was still alive. took away a little bit of the terror of it." police say officers found the victim around 11-30 this morning near fremont and 14-th street. he was taken to u-m-c. no word yet on his condition. police say the gunman took off
so far -- there is no description of the suspect or getaway car. the property manager who shot and killed a man after police say he broke into a home... won't be charged in his death. police are calling it a case of self- defense. thursday afternoon the property manager-- grabbed his gun and his dog-- and came to check on the home...near flamingo and boulder highway after a locksmith called about an intruder. police say the manager thought he was in danger... after being punched several times in the face. ""if youre being punched if youre being attacked youre allowed to defend yourself and if youre are in a reasonable believe that serious bodily injury is going to occur youre allowed to use whatever force is necessary and often times thats deadly force." police and d-a wolfson do advise everyone first call police in a similar situation. a terrifying thought. burglaries in your home... while you and your family are asleep! that's exactly what happened at one valley home...
the crooks on camera. take a look-- it happened last week at a home near town center drive and canyon run-- police say the two men got into the home.... they could be seen walking from room to room police say they got away with several items. if you have any information on either of these suspects--- you are asked to call crimestoppers at 702-385-55-55. a pedestrian is critically injured after being hit by a car while in a marked crosswalk. police urge drivers and pedestrians to be aware of their surroundings. "our drivers also really need to pay attention. it's nice weather out here, people are going to be walking around, pay attention to what you're doing. definitely don't have your phones while you're driving, put those things away. turn them off if you have to, put them in the glove box! it's a distraction, you don't need it. it happened around three this afternoon on warm springs near eastern. police say the woman was taken to u-m-c in critical condition. the teenaged
police have not said if they will be charged. the speed limit on boulder highway was lowered in an effort to prevent deadly crashes. tropicana from broadbent went from 55 to 45 miles per hour. the entire 17-mile stretch is now one speed limit. today -- law enforcement were on the lookout for speeding drivers. police say almost a third of pedestrian deaths last year happened on boulder highway. "when you drive over speed limit or speeding it reduces reaction time and increases distant vehicle travels. it makes injuries more severe to whatever is getting hit or car youre running into. my main message is to slow down remember speed limit you don't get to go that fast. if its slower its ok." since the beginning of the new year -- several agencies have been looking for ways to keep boulder highway safe. the speed limit change is the first of several safety improvements planned for this year.
outraged after a video of pigeons taking over a school cafeteria goes viral. "the kids have to eat lunch in there. what if they go to the bathroom on the table and he gets it on his sandwich and he doesn't realize it. he could get sick." students say this is not the first time the birds have flown in to the cafeteria. the school frequently leaves the door open and the pigeons fly in to eat the crumbs left on the floor and tables. the cause for concern comes from the diseases the birds can carry. "they carry disease, they carry bacteria, they carry fungi, they carry viruses,
c-c-s-d issued out a statement saying that while pigeons are a part of our environment and can be found all over the valley... school staff works diligently to keep campuses clean as possible. as a result they are seeing less of pigeon population when compared to last year. a local non profit which uses horse therapy to help others is now forced to ask for help... fox 5's miguel martinez-valle spent the day at paradise ranch, he tells us what they do, and what they need to keep their doors open. intro: " paradise ranch has helped thousands of valley families with their horse assisted therapy. a lot of parents i spoke to today say when they go in through those doors into the indoor horse arena their kids gain confidence, and skills." nat : < animal> nat : tabitha rose has been going to paradise ranch for two years now... " she loves it, its one of the more exciting times she has when shes with me." in that time, her
watched her build on mobile skills, communication, and even confidence. < tabitha nat> " she was very introverted before, and now she has no problem, i mean she can walk up to a horse, which i cant do." bridge: " paradise ranch helps around 400 families a month, with a form of therapy thats helped thousands of people take life by the reigns." they dont only help ks idwith disabilities like autism and down syndrom. they also serve as emotional therapy for many local veterans. " coming out and receiving services through us with the horses can definitely increase their chances of getting better and having a more productive life." paul rogers, the owner and veteran himself, says while the ranch focuses on helping others, theyre now forced to ask for help. " she wants the prior lease caught up before we'll sign a new lease. so thats
were in." their lease is up, and in order to keep the ranch open for clients like tabitha, they thousand dollars in the next few " it would be a city, and to the through a go fund me campaign, and donations, rogers says theyre pretty close to theyre hoping with some added community support, the ranch, and those it helps, will be able to keep trotting on... tag : " and if youre interested in horse assisted therapy, want to check out the ranch, or just want to help out the cause, you can go ahead and stop by tomorrow at their event, from three to 7. miguel martinez-valle, fox5 news. local. las vegas. " paradise ranch will be holding a carnival tomorrow to raise some more funds, its 10 dollars to get it. they will have horse back riding, face painting, and other activites... visit our website for the details, fox5 vegas dot com cars, computers
it's all set to hit the auction block. when and where you can bid on thousands of items... and how it will benefit clark county. it sat idle at mccarran international airport for near six months... now it is on the move. where the british airway jet-- damaged by fire is heading. your fox5 weather 24/7 forecast is
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live from las vegas. you're watching fox5 news at 10, with emmy award winner john huck. christine maddela. and weather 24/7 with chief meteorologist ted pretty. this is fox5 news at 10. local. las vegas. new technology is saving some drivers a trip to the d-m-v. the "d-m-v in a box" has a new location... at charleston near valley view. you can now get your driver's registration and license plate decals there. the self-serve kiosks are at several triple-a locations around the valley. you don't have to be a member to use them. nevada d-m-v and triple-a partnered up to launch the
drivers can print out their registration... plate decal... and driver history. the kiosks also take cash now. "so we encourage everyone to utilize self service kiosk you do not have to stand in line. you can actually be first in line if you come in and use self service kiosk." the director of nevada d-m-v says the self-serve kiosks have been a success. more than 55- thousand transactions were processed last year. that's a 15- percent increase since the year before. hundreds of items used by police departments and goverment for auction. event i guess. as it were so you have a good time hope to get good deal and drive a treasure when done or haul a treasure home." it's part of the clark county surplus auction it brings in millions of county. computers... bikes... and to be sold. there will also be items from the lost and found at
airport. many bidders have their eyes on this fire truck painted by buffalo wild wings. the auction is on stephanie and flamingo near dog fancier's park it starts at eight a-m tomorrow. the british airways plane damaged by an engine fire almost six months ago at mccarran--- is now gone. the plane took off today for the first time since the fire. it was flown to victorville, california where it will be repainted .. and then returned to service. yesterday the plane was inspected by a team of engineers from boeing... and the engine was replaced. it is unclear when the plane will carry passengers... a lawsuit was filed earlier this month-- on behalf of passengers who say they suffered physically and emotionally. now fox5 weather 24/7, with chief meterologist ted pretty a great weekend in store for us with a high of 80 on saturday, then 79 on sunday. we'll see a few clouds overhead with very light breezes just to 10 mph. more
monday, then 77 on tuesday. both of those days will feature light breezes to 15 mph and a few clouds. the next weather changer for us will be on thursday and friday next week with southwest gusts to 25-30 mph, but we stay in the mid to upper 70s. average high this time of the year is 66 for the weekend, then 67 next week. a great weekend in store for us with a high of 80 on saturday, then 79 on sunday. we'll see a few clouds overhead with very light breezes just
warm weather next week with 79 on monday, then 77 on tuesday. both of those days will feature light breezes to 15 mph and a few clouds. the next weather changer for us will be on thursday and friday next week with southwest gusts to 25-30 mph, but we stay in the mid to upper 70s. average high this time of the year is 66 for the weekend, then 67 next week. closed captioning
organized crime has played out on the big screen... and the small screen. how a new exhibit sheds light on modern day crime. a property manager confronts a possible squatter... the two get into a fight.. the manager shoots and kills him. was it justified? you heard from the d-a.. jay tells us it looks bad.. and he tells us why in the rant .. it's still ahead tonight.. we want
items went to auction.. and the mob museum was able to get several pieces... including the famous hazmat suit walter white used to cook meth. the mob has beem depicted on the big screen through the god father and casino... then on the little screen with sopranos... and the mob museum says breaking bad-- is what organized crime looks like today. "the mob museum covers the whole history of organized crime in america from the 19th century to current day. part of what we talk about in the museum is the impact of organized crime on popular culture." the costume designer for breaking bad was on hand tonight for the grand opening of the display. up... up... and away. dozens of hot air balloons take to the skies in pahrump. "you can see we have really blue skies so when these balloons get up there it's just great." "a lot of people haven't been here for 8 to 15 years that i speak to and pahrump has really changed. it's part of the third annual pahrump balloon
hall went for a ride for "field trip friday". during the three-day festival -- pilots and crews take off around seven in the morning. the night ends with a "balloon glow" -- where the burners light up the balloons. the festival runs through sunday at the petrack park. it's free to get in. race fans--- start your engines.... nascar weekend in las vegas is almost here... and.fox 5 will once again bring you the emmy winning speedway saturday night. we'll have feature stories, live interviews and everything you need to know to get you ready for the race at the las vegas motor speedway. it's saturday march 5-th at 7 p-m. a local murder brings change in washington. how the passing of a new bill could potential help people across the country. a workplace shooting leaves four people dead and injured more than a dozen more in kansas. now we are learning more about the gunman... and what might have sparked the
a las vegas mans murder... is inspiring change on capitol hill. in 2011 keith goldberg was murdered... his body was dumped near the lake meade recreational area... cell phone pings alerted crews to where he was located... but governmnet regulations forbid them from retreiving it... fox 5s cyndi lundeberg has more on the good samartian search and recovery act... and how it could affect thousands of families... so the bill... if passed will directly help red rock search and rescue... they spent hundreds of hours searching for keith goldberg.. they knew where his body was but could not go and get it... the bill inspired by keiths murder passed the house today... it now sits before the senate... it will become a national law which will allow rescue crews quicker access
the family of keith goldberg says today is a step in the right direction... " goldberg- its always a part of you you never get relieved of it but hearing today some action with his bill something to feel good about my brother cant come back i understand that " today the bill passed with unanimous support... it was added as an amendment to an already existing law... today when talking to red rock seach and rescue... they told me the passing of this bill will impact thousands of families... who have been in similiar situations. and red rock was instrumental in finding keith goldbergs body... and they tell me the discovery is really what helped them get credibility here in las vegas... so this bill for them is very personal. reporting live cyndi lundeberg fox 5 news local las vegas. the senate comittee on
natural resources approved the good samaritan search and recovery act... clearing it for action on the senate floor. chrisopher and georgene ross were arrested for the murder of keith goldberg. christopher ross is serving four to 10 ears in prison... while goldberg's former girlfriend georgene was sentenced to two to six years. the nye county sheriff's office is issuing a warning... they are searching for a suspect--- who they say is armed and dangerous. take a look-- this is cody barnes. authorities say he tried to kill his girlfriend.. and then took off. the victim-- survived without injuries... anyone with information is asked to contact the nye county's sheriff's office at 775-751-7000. that number is also on the homepage of our website... fox5vegas.com. caught on camera... there is a pigeon problem-- inside a cashman middle school's cafeteria. fox five's les krifaton spoke with parents who are worried about the potential health issues the pigeons could cause. this is where you would expect to see pigeons out in a
this mom doesn't want to go on camera but says she was shocked when she walked through the the area and saw the birds absolutely this mom is concerned because her daughter has deaths and isn't sure close quarter exposure to the pigeons could cause problems i think that''s foul and i don't know how they are allowing that to happen. we reached out to the clark county school district about the matter. they sent us a statement that said quote"school staff work closely with the districts pest keep the birds at bay." end quote but students we talked to on and off camera say the birds are there almost all the time when i'm eating lunch i see them flying through the keep the doors open fly in they do nothing about the out admit that quote staff are cleaning the cafeteria after lunch and have the remove trash, pigeons do fly in to eat crumbs or food that have been dropped on the floor by students." the boys mom we talked to heard
and when we showed her out video she was shocked those birds have diseases. the kids have to eat lunch in there what if they go to the bathroom on the table and gets it on his sandwich and doesn't realize it. he could get really sick. family physician dry daliah wachs says the students and parents have good reason to be concerned. we love pigeons we feed the pigeons, but you know that carry diseases, they carry bacteria, they carry fungi, they carry viruses they carry disease. dr. wachs says parents need to remind their kids to stay away from the pigeons and to not for instance put their sandwiches or food on the table where they sit just in case. whether you go to a restaurant, whether they eat in the room etc and so if the students themselves aren't going to wipe doe the area they need to be aware that area could have been contaminated by something in the meantime the school district insists they are working hard to keep the campus clean and it's not really a problem. this mom isn't convinced. they need to do something about it. lk f5n llv we reached out to the clark
district and asked if they had heard of the problem and whether they had received any complaints. they hadn't and for them to investigate--a complaint has to be filed. five people are dead after a shooting-- and a standoff at a washington state home. the mason county sheriff's office says a man called 9-1-1 saying he had shot his family and to kill himself. to the property they negotiated for hours-- he then walked outside the home in front of authorities. when police entered the house- they found four people dead. a 12-year-old girl related to the suspect survived . the gunman behind a deadly shooting spree in kansas had been served a protection order by a harvey county sheriff's deputy about an hour and a half before his rampage. cedric ford killed three people and wounded 16 others yesterday.... after being served the papers at work. authorities are still combing through the evidence... they say ford ak- 47 style rifle and a glock handgun.
friends says he will never forget the look on his face... "he looked happy, (reporter: happy?) yeah, he looked like.. he hopped out almost like a smile on his face just (sound effects) into the building (reporter: that's disturbing) yeah very-- a picture i'm never going to get out of my head for the rest of my life. " the guns used in the attack-- were purchased by a woman who was involved with ford.. she has been charged with one count of knowingly transferring a firearm to a convicted felon. the democratic presidential candidates hit the campaign trail running today.... this ahead of south carolina's "first in the south" democratic presidential primary. fox's caroline shively's has more on the candidates' final push. (on cam intro) both democratic presidential candidates -- keeping up the fight... on this - the eve of the south carolina democratic primary. (insert) clinton says: "it is way past time to make sure women get equal pay for the work we do." both hillary
campaign stops here in the small city of orangeburg, south carolina friday evening... sanders says: "i am opposed to the death penalty...secretar y clinton does not agree with me." clinton says: "we also have to raise the minimum wage. people who work full time shouldnot be left mired in poverty." clinton says:"now everything i've just said the republicans don't agree with." clinton - ahead in some polls in south carolina by more than 20 points. this, as both candidates are not only focused on saturday's primary...but, also on fast- approaching super tuesday. sanders says: "i do not have a super pac. i do not raise millions of dollars from wall street." sanders says: "sec. clinton has a super pac - receives - last filing period - fifteen million dollars from wall street." both candidates are on the attack -- clinton out with a new t-v ad featuring gabby giffords. giffords tv ad: "we have a gun violence problem, so i'm voting for
giffords tv ad: "she will stand up to the gun lobby." this as the boston globe is running an editorial criticizing sanders for voting against allowing the centers for disease control to research gun violence. (on cam tag) in orangeburg, south carolina, i'm caroline shively fox news. both camps are looking beyond south carolina -- on saturday clinton will be in alabama, while, sanders hits up texas and minnesota. a group of health experts sat down with vice president joe biden for a roundtable-- to talk about the white house's one-billion dollar initiative to cure cancer... "biden says: we need to know the genetic changes that cause cancer, we need to know how to attack the cancer in multiple ways when the changes occur. we need to know how the cancer would be resisted our efforts, we
combinations of out cancer completely " experts at the institute's cancer research center test to detect cancer patient's so that researchers can treatments for patients. model that the replicated throughout the country and world, i honest to god believe we would make exponential progress." " for the vice president -- it is a personal initiative... he lost his 46- year-old son to brain cancer in 20-15 the centers for disease control and prevention--- says there are nine confirmed cases of the zika virus-- in pregnant women in the united states. all of those women are believed to have contracted the virus while traveling abroad. the agency says at least two women chose abortion, two suffered miscarriages, one
serious birth defects, one delivered a healthy baby.. and one other is still pregnant.. . a c-d-c spokesperson says the zika virus was detected in the fetal tissue of both miscarriages.. the governor of michigan says the people of flint--- should not have to be responsible for water they can't use. today governor rick snyder signed a 30 million dollar budget supplement. "65-percent of the water portion of the water and sewer bill you shouldn't have to pay for. we did an analysis to say if you looked at the human consumption part of the water that people use, it's about half, and we rounded up to 65 percent to say let's be safe. " the money will be used to reimburse the people of flint with credits on their water bills. flint switched water suppliers in april of two thousand fourteen. the tap water caused lead levels to soar in children and sparked concerns over permanent neurological damage. this is a story out of a fairytale... police in california were sent on a
chase... trying to capture a unicorn-- that was on the run. the unicorn is actually a white pony-- name juliette who makes a living posing for pictures. while at a juliette got spooked and escaped. the pony ran for the road.... and police were soon flooded with calls for a unicorn sighting. the police chase lasted three hours. the unicorn reminded us of another story--- that was happening this time last year... llama drama... two llamas were on the run on the streets of sun city arizona. the llamas were working as therapy animals at a retirement community when they escaped. it took hours to catch the animals. twitter exploded-- with the hashtag-- llamas on the loose. the hbo movie "behind the candelabra" was a huge hit.... and introduces people to liberace who may not have been familiar with him.... now some of the costumes... are on display right here in las vegas.
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weekend-- j-c penney is offering up big savings for its customers. the retailer... says it will start offering certain items in its private label collections for just one penny. the "penney days" off sunday... and customers an item at full-price arizona item for a the campaign runs all year with j-c out other items throughout the year. sending old fashioned snail mail.... will soon cost you less. first class stamp back in 20-14, the u-s postal service was granted permission to temporarily prices ... contingent upon a planned price
the hike was slated to end april 10th. the cost of mailing a one ounce letter will drop from 49 to 47 cents. commercial prices will also decrease. now fox5 weather 24/7, with chief meterologist ted pretty a great weekend in store for us with a high of 80 on saturday, then 79 on sunday. we'll see a few clouds overhead with very light breezes just to 10 mph. more warm weather next week with 79 on monday, then 77 on tuesday. both of those days will feature light breezes to 15 mph and a few clouds. the next weather changer for us will be on thursday and friday next week with southwest
mid to upper 70s. average high this time of the year is 66 for the weekend, then 67 next week. a great weekend in store for us with a high of 80 on saturday, then 79 on sunday. we'll see a few clouds overhead with very light breezes just to 10 mph. more warm weather next week with 79 on monday, then 77 on tuesday. both of those days will feature light breezes to 15 mph and a few clouds.
changer for us will be on thursday and friday next week with southwest gusts to 25-30 mph, but we stay in the mid to upper 70s. average high this time of the year is 66 for the weekend, then 67 next week. closed captioning will resume shortly a property manager was tipped off that there might be a squatter at one of his homes. he got into a fight with the intruder.. and killed the man with a gun. the property manager had a ccw but this didn't sit well with some of you who like jay here who says this should have
send us your rants to the rant at fox5vegas.com 8285 here's a look at what's coming up.. on fox five news at eleven. police are on the lookout for these robbers. what they did to a store employee... that could have ended his life. 2016 gets a violent start in our valley. what crimes police say are on the rise in just two months. matt damon and michael douglas brought part of to the small screen in the hbo as more's sean mcallister shows us-- not only was the film good for their careers... it also re-ignited everything liberace! this award show win in 2014 helped
interest in the life and legacy of "mister showmanship" -- liberace. the movie created a cavalcade of other things because it created a younger audience. but, as the gatekeeprs of liberace's legacy -- the liberace foundation was unsure whether the movie would help or hurt liberace's image. we weren't sure what kind of effect it would have and it was controversial and it's known as the ex-boyfriend story and it's eight years of his life. it's not a biopic. however some hollywood insiders assured the foundation that it would not want to distance itself from the film. because of the fact that the cast.. they found our who it would be.. would not let it be as selacious as perhapse the script indicated.
performed. we shot scenes in the penthouse where he lived. it was really, uhhh... i'm really proud of that movie. the movie ended up being a huge hit -- and now costumes from the production have a home here in vegas... alongside the originals! damon says: michael had those full capes and things and ya know... and the fur with the 20 foot train. it was pretty out there. king neptune, the lasagna suit and the suit of glass. a golden moment making the life of liberace relevant to a new generation of fans! liberace's costumes used so many swarovski crystals that he was presented with a 115- thousand carat
wrestles together... stays together--- right?? one pro wrestler pops the question... right in the middle of a match. " we've been talking about this so much... i feel like this was the only way to surprise you. laura james. i love you. " joey ryan and his girlfriend-- laura james were taking part in an intergender wrestling match-- in san diego... the two were trading blows when-- joey got down on one knee. and laura was clearly caught off guard.... but she still managed to say yes-- before getting back to
live from las vegas it's time for fox5 news at 11. " everbody could be in a situation like this " an infamous murder case in las vegas... inspires national changes to recovery investigations. how search crews can bring closure to more families. a woman suffers life-threatning injuries... after getting hit by a teenage driver. police have a warning for both drivers and pedestrians. "a valley ranch that helps thousands of families risks losing its home, whats being done to help coming up."
a brutal murder... is inspiring a national law. i'm john huck. i'm christine maddela in 2011 keith goldberg was beaten to death... his body was dumped near lake mead. however government regulations... kept goldbergs body from his family for more than a year... fox 5s cyndi lundeberg explains how this new law... could've changed all that... red rock search and rescue spent hundreds of hours and more searching for keith goldbergs body... werent allowed meade recrational area to get it... today i met with them here at their headquarters to discuss the proposed national changes and why they are so important for any family looking for a loved one. hardy- is a common sense bypartisan solution to tear down the bureacratic roadblocks that are preventing greiving familes from acheiving their closure congressman cresent hardy threw his support