tv FOX5 News This Morning FOX November 11, 2016 4:30am-5:00am PST
good morning i'm maria silva. i'm dave hall. now it's time to get a first look at your fox5 weather 24-7 forcast... cassandra jones joins us now. good morning i'm cassandra jones with fox5. it will be another sunny & warm day for veterans day with light breezes. we are looking at anothe degrees today. we are going for our 8th day this month with a high at or above 80 degrees. if we hit 80 that would tie the record for most days in november reaching 80. the current record of 8 days dates back to 1949. daytime highs will be in the upper 70s for the weekend. some more clouds roll into the area saturday, but we will keep it dry. skies stay mostly sunny sunday through tuesday with temperatures in the upper 70s. cooler air moves into the valley wednesday with high temperatures falling back into the upper low 70s. winds will also be gusty midweek. highs on thursday will only be in the low 60s. good morning.
your fox5 traffic solutions let's begin with your drive here are the accidents to watch out and alternate routes you can use listed on our maps here are the construction areas to look out for and alternate routes listed on our maps back to the news desk now to a fox5 follow up, businesses say the man who was shot and killed while trying to rob a 7-eleven in the north valley, had robbed other businesses in the area befor fox5s miguel martinez valle spoke to businessowners in the area about the robber's crime spree.
holding up the clerk, another person working inside the store then fired at working inside the store then fired at the robber, ending his life. people around here say they know exactly who the robber was salvador hernandez, "it's the same person same description hoodie bandanna with a gun" alfredo lopez reyes "all of the time problems that guy i know that guy i see you" don , barber shop "he's came over here i cut his hair a couple of times he's robbed a few of the local businesses in the area " he was so notorious in the area, businesses and police started warning each other every time he would strike " the police come and tell me alfredo close the door i close the door" they say they dont wish death on anyone, but theyre hoping things will be a little safer here on out. salvador hernandez, "he's just been hitting every store i don't know if his plan is to go back to california after he hit them but not no more" miguel martinez valle fox5 news
for the public's help to solve a homeless man's murder. they say they dont want this to become another cold case. the man was shot thursday morning at las vegas boulevard and owens. police say he was lying against a fence when he was shot. he later died at u-m-c. this is the second homicide involving a homeless person in that area within the last month. police say they don't have any leads in this particular case. call crime stoppers at 702- 385-55-55 if you have any information. you can remain anonymous on that tipline and could be eligible for a cash reward. the man behind one of the most well known songs of our generation has passed away. "hallelujah, hallelujah, hallelujah, halleluuuuuujah." canadian singer-
has died at the age of 82. cohen is known for penning hits like "hallelujah" and "bird on a wire." he released his new album "you want it darker" just last month. a memorial for the singer will take place in los angeles. "real change begins with immediately repealing and replacing obamacare." now that donald trump is president-elect, the repeal of "obamacare" now seems like a viable option. president obama's affordable care act has struggled to find widespread public acceptance. but as manu raju reports, getting rid of the entire law would be a challenge.
and better. and we're gonna do a real job for the public." getting rid of obamacare has been a gop rallying cry since the law was enacted more than six years ago. (donald trump, (r) president- elect/file): "real change begins with immediately repealing and replacing obamacare." but they've failed repeatedly to overcome democratic resistance over repealing the law. with trump now headed to the oval office a controlling both chambers of congress, the law appears to be on life support. (rep. paul ryan, (r) house speaker): "when donald trump said he wants a special session to repeal and replace obamacare, let me tell you something as the speaker of the house, not only yes, but heck yes. we're ready, we're willing, and we have a plan to do that too." republicans are likely to hold 52 senate seats in the new congress. because of senate rules, the gop only needs 51 votes to
the law. that means subsidies, taxes, and an expansion of medicaid could be on the chopping block. yet there are limits. it would require 60 votes to repeal other provisions, such as allowing people who have preexisting conditions to get health insurance. plus, republicans will need democratic support on a bill to replace obamacare - a difficult task over such a polarizing issue. natsot: cheering (obama at rally) obama making an appeal to voters while campaigning for hillary clinton. (president obama / no font needed): "20 million americans have health insurance that didn't have it before. but make no mistake, all that progress goes down the drain if we don't win tomorrow." democrats in congress plan to fight tooth-and- nail to save the sweeping law: (sen. al franken, (d) minnesota): "if we're going to repeal and replace, we need to
doesn't take health care away or insurance away from 20 million people." but gop leaders say that voters expect them to do away with obamacare. (sen. mitch mcconnell, (r) majority leader): "let's just stipulate that every single republican thought obamacare was a mistake without exception. that's still our view, and you can expect us with a new president who has the same view to address that issue.">> any changes to obamacare are not expected to happen until spring at the earliest. republicans say it could take two additional years to replace the law with something else. in today's health news... new research shows that sugary drinks not only can increase your waistline, but can increase your risk of developing pre- diabetes which could turn into type 2 diabetes researchers at tufts university found that adults who drink sugary beverages regularly have a 46-percent higher risk of developing pre-diabetes compared to those who rarely consume them. the good news is, if prediabetes is
is reversible through lifestyle changes like diet and exercise. if you get sad every fall, you're not alone. doctors say seasonal affective disorder stems from a lack of sunlight, but it can be prevented by making simple changes. "get exercise. of course that's something you always ought to do, but it's particularly important if you have seasonal affective disorder. and the other thing is to make sure that you get outside, whether, and do things, whether you feel like doing it or not." doctor rock says while many don't recognize the symptoms of "sad" until the colder months.. people can start feeling the effects as early as the end of september.. symptoms are similar to those of depression. the good news is that 'sad" ends when the seasons change. here at home, touro university has a new mobile health clinic to serve our local community. the new location is over at opportunity village, near buffalo and russell. it gives students the unique
challenges faced by patients with developmental disabilities. clients will get all their basic healthcare needs from the clinic. "the idea of a mobile clinic is we take health care to the patient. they don't have to get on a bus and come to us. we are coming to them. it's an exciting concept and i suspect that it's going to save lives and keep people healthier." the mobile clinic is open to the public... as well as all employees and caretakers at opportunity village. medical students, under the supervision of faculty, physicians and nurses. dedicated to service. "you hve to be the change you want to see. you have to be that. you can't just want things to be better." coming up, you'll meet our latest fox5 shining star who saw a need and started from scratch. we'll show you how she's helping those in need here in our community. thanksgiving isn't even here, but christmas is already taking over! thousands of glittering lights
the event raises money for the speedway children's charity among other local organizations. "its going to various children charity who are also helping children in need. funds grants go to summer camp cancer blood disease shoes and sock. and variety of programs through dance and so forth." the display will be open through january 7-th. it costs 20-bucks per car monday through thursday. on fridays, saturdays and sundays, admission is 30-bucks. ethel m chocolates' cactus garden is also getting in the festive spirit. the three-acre botanical garden is ready for the holidays. the garden features more than a half a million lights, including the cool meteor shower lights that make it look like its raining. there will be a ceremonial cactus garden lighting next tuesday, with a live
terry fator. the garden is open nightly from 5 to 10 p-m. ethel m's premium chocolate makes great stocking stuffers and holiday gifts. so make sure you check out ethel m's newly renovated chocolage factory while you're there. you can get free samples and enjoy them in the new cafe. ethel m is celebrating its 35th anniversary this year. ((anchor chat)) good morning i'm cassandra jones with fox5. it will
warm day for veterans day with light breezes. we are looking at another high of 80 degrees today. we 8th day this month with a high at or above 80 degrees. if we hit 80 that would tie the record for most days in november reaching 80. the current record of 8 days dates back to 1949. daytime highs will be in the upper 70s for the weekend. some more clouds roll into the area saturday, but we will keep it dry. skies stay mostly sunny sunday through tuesday with temperatures in the upper 70s. cooler air moves into the valley wednesday with high temperatures falling back into the upper low 70s. winds will also be gusty midweek. highs on thursday
your fox5 traffic solutions let's begin with your drive here are the accidents to watch out and alternate routes you can use listed on our maps here are the construction areas to look out for and alternate routes listed on our maps back to the news desk you don't have to have a lot to do a lot. that's what we learned from our fox5 shining star. she doesn't have a lot of money, but she knows her time is very valuable, so she spends it helping the homeless.
together... toothpaste, socks, mouthwash, soap, qtips, toothbrush with a note. this pkg was put together with the love and support of the las vegas community. you are not alone a-k knows what it's like to be in their shoes. my family we were homeless at a point, there was a point when we lived in my mom's car, we lived in shelters ourselves. i remember people would donate old toys, but they weren;t old to us. you get a whole trashbag full of toys, like yeah! she repurposes everything given to her, she does not resell it, she gives it away free of charge to people who need it that's why she's our fox5 shining star. at fairway chevrolet a-k got her award, certificate and five hundred dollars. a-k told us she's grateful for the award, but looks forward to the day her work isn't award worthy. when i see that i'm not the only person that's doing it, where fox doesn't fid it necessary recognize me becaus
it's not a "shining star" moment, it's just humanity.>> if you know someone who's making a difference right here in our community, nominate them to be our next shining star. the selected star will receive 500- dollars and will be featured right here on fox5. first lady michelle obama sat down with her successor, melania trump for tea at the white house. this photo was snapped during yesterday's meeting, which took place a few doors down from where president obama and donald trump met. michelle gave melania a tour of her new home and the two discussed raising children in the white house. the obama's oldest daughters, malia, was -10- the same age as the trump's youngest son barron when obama was elected president in 20-08. as melania trump prepares herself for life as the next first lady of the united states, jeanne moos looks at her civilian life on
fans - i'm going to metropolitan gala." and not everyone goes to galas in designer gowns. (melania trump, wife of donald trump) "christian seriano did for me and thank you, christian. it's beautiful job, fantastic job." you can't say melania hasn't had plenty of training for all those state dinners she and president trump will be hosting. (jeanne moos, reporting) "almost instantly after the election melania updated her instagram." at-real-melania- trump became at- first-lady-melania- trump. on thursday she chronicled her trip to washington, writing "such an honor" to visit the white house. little did she know this would end up being her home back when she tweeted this photo captioned "at home with my husband." don't worry, melania, there is a piano in the white house... should you feel the urge to recline. jeanne moos cnn new york.>> everyone from destiny's child to steph curry, even former presidential nominee hillary
a snapshot in time. las vegas fire and rescue just accepted the mannequin challenge, and its pretty cool! the video starts in dispatch, before panning into the fire station, where one firefighter is riding down the fire pole as other fire personnel rush to the fire truck, several still dressing along
strong, giving us one of the best mannequin challenges we've seen to date. a big thank you to the men and women of las vegas fire rescue for all they do! plenty more straight ahead on fox5 news this morning... including a veteran's day celebration. alyssa deitsch will take us live to the parade.. this morning. plus mike doria is giving us a sneak peak at the rock n roll marathon.. before it takes over the strip this weekend. stay with us! live from las vegas fox5 news this
not my president night 2 of nationwide protests against the election of donald trump... we'll show you the election of donald trump... we'll show you how chaotic it was... plus who donald trump is blaming for it. plus it's veterans day! alyssa dietsch will be joining us live from the veterans day parade.. with a preview of today's special
plus... a big guy in a red suit is coming to las vegas today... see when and where santa will make his first arrival of 2016. good morning happy friday... and more importantly happy veterans day! i'm dave hall. and i'm maria silva. welcome to fox5 news this morning. we want to thank all of you who have served our country.. and we're sharing your photos and videos all morning long so many of you have gone to our facebook page.. posting photos of yourself.. or your loved ones. its so great to see our viewers... especially those that sacrifice so much for our country. so we encourage you all morning long to keep sending those in.. you may see them on air. and of course