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the iowa democratic party is now calling the win for hillary clinton by a razor thin margin. initially too close to call sanders it looks like we are in a virtual tie. in some precincts a coin toss broke the delegate tie- nats coin toss the clinton campaign saying this morning, they won. but clinton didn't officially declare victory in her speech. instead she took on the republicans- hillary clinton: i will not -- i will not let their decisiveness, their efforts to rip away the progress that we've made be successful. so as i stand here tonight, breathing a big sigh of relief, thank you, iowa// by contrast, it was a decisive win for ted cruz- ted cruz iowa had made clear to america and the world, morning has come. // and trump was gracious in his second-place finish- trump i absolutely love the people of iowa.// i think i
come here and buy a farm, i love it.// and just one-point behind trump?marco rubio riding a wave of support for months they told us because we offer too much optimism in a time of anger, we had no chance. tag: looking forward to new hampshire? back here at home... both parties are gearing up for the nevada caucuses. the democratic caucus is saturday, february 20th-- at 11 a.m. the republican caucus is tuesday, february 23rd at 5:30 p.m. it's important to remember-- only registered voters of each party can participate. you can go to your party's website and find locations, training sessions, and even register to vote. there are two big differences in the events though when it comes to registering. adam khan/washoe county
important that you register. because a lot of people are excited about our republican candidates, but they are not registered to vote. pam dupre/washoe county democratic party. under the democratic party rules, not the republican, but democratic party rules you can register as a democrat on caucus day and then proceed into the precinct caucus location and particiapte as a fully registered democrat if you don't feel comfortable registering to vote on- line, you can do it at party headquarters, or go to the washoe county registrar of voters. let's go to lindsey matherly with a look at the forecast. a quieter weather pattern will be in store this week with cold and below average temperatures through midweek. a few brush-by disturbances may provide snow showers on tuesday and more so by
pressure will then build for the remainder of the week with drier conditions and warming temperatures expected into keeton" from the "koh radio" traffic center. how's traffic looking so far? traffic running smoothly. no major delays on reno area highways. no major delays on highways in northern california. back to you in the studio. thanks very much mike. investigators are trying to figure out what led up to this fatal crash on highway 395. it happened yesterday afternoon, just south of north mccarran. n-h-p says the driver apparently lost control and hit a light pole before coming to a stop in a ravine. he was the one only one inside the car at the time. officials have not yet released his name. turning now to the state of education in
superintendent traci davis says better test scores and higher graduation rates are at the top of the list when it comes to student success. but as kolo 8 news now's catherine van explains... the district is still facing challenges. nats: the future of washoe county school district is in all of our hands. superintendent traci davis is making it her goal to make sure each of the district's 64,000 students leaves school with a name, a face and a diploma. traci: we didn't have one comprehensive school with a graduation rate of under 73 percent, which is the first time in history that has happened in washoe county. 2014-15 became a benchmark year for the school district. while nevada is once again ranked last in education... this district proves it is outperforming other school districts in, test scores, attendance and graduation rates. nats: by the year 2020, our graduation rate with be 90% now... it's being awarded a private grant of 13
span 13 years to help close gaps that may impede a student's success. traci: mental illness, substance abuse, a variety of things and ensuring we provide for those needs and the matthewson foundation has come forward and said we value that in our community. but right now... the school district is at a breaking point with overcrowding schools and underfunded infrastructures....its' so bad that if new schools aren't built... in the next five years...double sessions are inevitable. traci: kids are going to the bus stop at 5 in the morning, getting out of school at 12, the next shift at coming in at 1 and get out at 5 or six and how that impacts sports or bands. it's the only way we can safely educate kids. that was catherine van reporting. district wide-- the repairs to existing schools total more than 250 million dollars plus hundreds of millions dollars more to build new schools. that is why a 781 million dollar bond measure
paying for the bond would mean possibly raising taxes. shaun carey, buildourschools.com, " you would need approxmiately a half cent increase in our sales tax rate and that equates to about $8 a month for a family of four. $8 a month would provide you greatly improved schools and if you did this on property tax would be about $10 a month." advocates for the bond say if voters don't pass the measure -- the school district could start double sessions and impose year round school for elementary schools. you can add your input the washoe county commissioner chambers. the fight over solar power in the silver up. at issue is the rate increases approved by regulators in december. proposing solar customers. yesterday n-v energy proposed seven ways it could work. one would allow the lower rates for existing solar customers if they their system by september 10th, 2015.
would have the higher rates take effect over and another option would let customers 20 years. the nevada public utilities commission will hold a hearing on the moratorium proposal on february 8th. some waste will have to wait a little trash is collected. our recent storm caused dangerous road conditions for waste management crews in the areas listed on your screen. trash is expected to be collected later this week. otherwise, waste management will take extra bags without excess waste stickers on them-- next monday. ### it's a big day in pennsylvania. all eyes on punxatawney phil as he makes a big prediction on this groundhog day. so did he see his shadow? we've had a lot of snow... and we could use even more. a look at the survey... coming up, lindsey
"there is no shadow to be cast, an early spring is my forecast." looks like spring is coming early this year. at least that's according to punxsutawney phil. the little guy didn't see his shadow. which means spring is arriving soon. a quieter weather pattern will be in store this week with cold and below average temperatures through midweek. a few brush-by disturbances may provide snow showers on tuesday and more so by wednesday. high pressure will then build for the remainder of the week with drier
temperatures expected into the weekend. chilly temperatures being reported across much of western nevada and the sierra with current observations in the teens and single digits in colder valleys. mid- level clouds are on the increase this morning however and this should keep temps from plunging much further through the early morning. we will maintain an overall much quieter weather pattern this week with only a few minor disturbances pushing through the area today and bit stronger system by wednesday evening. the first system today will result mostly in increased clouds through the day with light snow showers and flurries possible by
afternoon across the sierra and far western nevada. little to no accumulation is expected with this first wave. high temperatures this afternoon will also remain below average with highs only reaching the low to mid this week with cold and below average temperatures through midweek. a few brush-by disturbances may provide snow showers on tuesday and more so by wednesday. high pressure will then build for the remainder of the week with drier conditions and warming temperatures expected into the weekend. chilly temperatures being reported across some good news when it comes to the nevada snowpack. it was measured at 125- percent of normal on
percent of normal, which was measured in january. most of the water came from the weekend storm. between friday and sunday-- the mount rose summit picked up 27 inches of snow or 4- inches of water. "this was a great storm for the region and we need about a half dozen more of these to put us in pretty good shaping going into the spring. " according to preliminary projections-- the truckee river will be flowing normally through august. it doesn't mean we're out of the drought just yet.but we're doing better. ### some young people may be scared to ask for help when it comes to mental health issues. how a new program aims to get them the help they need. and here's a look at today's pump patrol. according to gasbuddy.com you will pay .....2.19 at lakeside market. we have a link to the cheapest prices in your neighborhood on our kolo 8 app or at kolotv.com. remember...
enliven is a new program that aims to help young people either detect or recover from early psychosis. the goal is to provide a and young adults can sorting out their issues. ... enliven is a partnership between the state of nevada and the children's cabinet and will focus on individuals and 25. focusing on this age 75-percent of mental health conditions are developed by age 24 ... that's according to the national alliance on mental illness. there are a number of different ways enliven will be offering help. the program will allow people to meet with a social worker and mental health professionals ... including psychologists and psychiatrists. if needed ... there will also be staff on hand to help someone find a job. the staff at enliven say their goal is to not only help young people ... but to make sure they're surrounded by loved ones who can support them along the way. "one of the big things that we want to focus on is not just the person dealing with the mental illness, but also their family. so,
a support system for that individual as well." some warning signs to look out for when it comes to mental illness or early psychosis are ... trouble thinking clearly or concentrating ... suspiciousness or uneasiness with others ... spending more time alone than usual ... and inappropriate emotions or having no feelings at all. if you know someone between the age of 15 and 25 who may be suffering with a mental health issue ... don't be afraid to ask for help. we've posted more information at kolotv.com ... just click on hot topics. today at 4 p-m enliven will host its grand opening at the center on galetti way in sparks. both first lady kathleen sandoval and governor sandoval will speak at the ceremony ... along with state health officials. a lot of us need coffee first
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by wednesday. high pressure will then build for the remainder of the week with drier conditions and warming temperatures expected into the weekend. chilly temperatures being reported across much of western nevada coffee is a part of many people's morning routine. but experts are actually suggesting you wait to have your first cup of joe. according to research from asap-science you should wait at least an hour after you wake up
they say waiting allows the caffeine to work better with your body's hormones - giving you the optimal level of alertness. experts say it has to do with your body's biological clock -- its that internal mechanism that wakes you up and makes you sleepy. to wake you up in the morning, your biological clock governs the release of cortisol, which is also called the stress hormone and is linked to our level of alertness. your body is most likely to produce this hormone within the first hour of being awake. if you interfere with this process by adding coffee into the mix, it diminishes the here in vineland, home of progresso, we love all kinds of chicken soups... but just one kind of chick. white breast meat chicken every time.
pattern will be in store this week with cold and below average temperatures through midweek. a few brush-by disturbances may provide snow showers on tuesday and more so keeton" from the "koh radio" traffic center. how's traffic looking so far? traffic running smoothly. no major delays on reno area highways. no major delays on highways in northern california. back to you in the studio. thanks very much mike. republican presidential hopeful ted cruz is all smiles this morning after winning last night's iowa caucus.
donald trump came in second and marco rubio was a close third. for the democrats it was a tight race for hillary clinton and bernie sanders. clinton's campaign is calling it a win. democratic presidential hopeful martin o'malley and republican candidate mike huckabee dropped out of the race. next stop for both parties is new hampshire. and supporting the candidates from the very beginning-- their spouses. abc's linsey davis sat down with the husbands and wives of the presidential hopefuls to reveal more about the candidates who want to be president. perhaps the best way to get to know the candidates? heidi cruz what people don't see is-- how much fun ted is and how thoughtful he is. is to hear from the people who know them best-their spouses. jane o'meara sanders "we got married in 1988 i had 3 teenage children not once did he question having to send them all to college." linsey davis for the people who just see chris christie and wanna say, "he's a name
lacks self control." mary pat christie the handful of name- calling--that has been caught on video there was always a purpose to that. frank fiorina we fight all of the time //i've taught her to debate linsey davis for those who say, your husband was a phenomenal surgeon, but that doesn't necessarily prepare you to be president? candy carson: what we need is people who know how to really solve problems. and their partner's greatest asset? heidi cruz - his steadfastness. candy carson - patience. jane o'meara sanders - his sincerity frank fiorina - her ethics linsey davis - his greatest asset. mary pat christie - me! graphic the world health organization has declared the zika virus outbreak in the international emergency. this comes after a health officials yesterday. officials in honduras than 36-hundred cases of the virus and have declared a state of national emergency. public officials in the central american country have begun destroying mosquito breeding sites around
the virus is transmitted by mosquitos and linked to a birth defect that causes babies to be born with abnormally small heads. the zika virus is causing problems for an indian car company. tata motors plans to unveil its latest hatchback this week. it's name? -- 'the zica'. that's "z-i-c-a". a company spokesperson says they're now reevaluating the car's name and may consider a change. the zika virus has spread to at least 24 countries, but not india. detained oregon militia leader ammon bundy's father, cliven bundy, has ordered protesters to keep occupying the malhaur wildlife refuge. this, after ammon bundy urged the remaining four protesters to turn themselves in. cliven bundy sent a notice to the harney county sheriff to remove all federal and state policing agents out of harney county. protesters took over the refuge on january 2nd, denouncing federal land policies. group leader ammon bundy and ten others were arrested last week -- and one protest was shot dead by police.
back in court today. bill cosby is expected back in court in pennsylvania today. he'll ask a judge to charge alleging he temple university employee andrea constand in 2004. cosby says the encounter was consensual. at issue is a promise cosby says he made a decade ago with the former district attorney of montgomery county -- if cosby testified fully in a deposition in constand's 2005 civil suit - it would never be used against him. prosecutors say theres no evidence of such an agreement. business mogul russell simmons is part of a growing list of celebrities who are donating to flint, michigan -- a city who's suffering from a public health crisis - as high levels of lead have contaminated its water source. "every person who needs a couple of cases or 10 or 20 cases of water, that's good. each person that you help matters. but the bigger picture has to be served here."
of water yesterday he also said will smith sent a truck-load of water and khloe kardashian sent him a check for flint over the weekend. we're continuing to follow the oakland raiders' possible move to las vegas. in a recent memo... the n-f-l says there is nothing forbidding any team from moving to any city. the memo outlines, what needs to be done in order for the team to move to southern nevada. a move would need a 3- fourths vote of approval, from the other member clubs in the n-f-l. if the raiders move---- a new stadium could be constructed, for about 1-billion dollars. ### the cost of care prevents many parents from being able to take thier kids in to see the dentist... but an event this weekend is looking to provided free care to more than 100 kids in need. coffee prices are down
won't translate to your morning starbucks stop. "you're watching kolo 8 news now good morning reno with dave lawrence, amanda sanchez and lindsey matherly with your hour by hour forecast" the 2016 presidential campaign is in full swing. the nevada caucuses are just a few weeks away. but success is dependent on strong ground game. noah so what are candidates doing to make sure their supporters show up. ed pearce shows us why volunteers are key... tonight on kolo 8 news
child within 6 months of their first tooth coming in.. because any decay on baby teeth... can affect health.. and permantent teeth... but dental care can be too expensive for low income parents... that's why healthy smile healthy child is providing free care this weekend ... nats.... how do your teeth feel? good. 8 year old moises has only seen a dentist once or twice in his life... but dr. erin anderson says that 's more common than people realize.... it's really sad to see how many kids go into kindergarten through 4rd grade with untreated tooth decay. it's a reason kids are in pain, missing school and it's a really big nevada and all throughout the state. in fact untreated oral diseases are so common among low-income children... the department of health and human services calls it an "epidemic". it's hard for those who are uninsured... have medicade or nevada checkup to find a
but this weekend ... local dentists are coming together to provide free care to more than 100 at-risk kids in our area. it's called.. give kids a smile... this saturday... no case will be too big or too small to see... they want parents to bring their kids... even if they need more than just a cleaning.. these children will be seen multiple times past saturday. so if a child has a lot of work that needs to be done, we can see a small part of it saturday but then get them set up int he system to be seen multiple times throughout the year. some providers actually adopt the patients and will continue care until the age of 18. moises is getting pre- screened for the event... he has a bright smile.. but does admit... the dentist is a little intimidating... kinda scary cause that was my first time.... you were scared tehy were going to take you teeth? yeah... but after quick look around... he left with a
give kids a smile is this saturday... it's 100% free for parents... and they won't turn anyone away.... but appointments are encouraged because of long lines... you can do that before saturday by calling.. 775-870-4309 skies looked pretty clear yesterday afternoon. this is a timelapse from homewood. you can see the skiers and snowboarders enjoying the slopes. a quieter weather pattern will be in store
below average temperatures through midweek. a few brush-by disturbances may provide snow showers on tuesday and more so by wednesday. high pressure will then build for the remainder of the week with drier conditions and warming temperatures expected into the weekend. chilly temperatures being reported across much of western nevada and the sierra with current observations in the teens and single digits in colder valleys. mid- level clouds are on the increase this morning however and this should keep temps from plunging much further through the early morning. we will maintain an overall much quieter weather pattern this
disturbances pushing through the area today and bit stronger system by wednesday evening. the first system today will result mostly in increased clouds through the day with this week with cold and below average temperatures through midweek. a few brush-by disturbances may provide snow showers on tuesday and more so by wednesday. high pressure will then build for the remainder of the week with drier conditions and warming temperatures expected into the weekend. chilly temperatures being reported across much of western nevada and the sierra with current observations in the teens and single digits in colder valleys. mid- level clouds are on the
however and this should keep temps from plunging much further through the early morning. we will maintain an overall much quieter weather pattern this week with only a few minor coffee beans have seen a 33-percent price drop this season - a two year low. but experts say that doesn't mean we'll be seeing a difference at stores or our local starbucks, so we have a few easy ways to help you save on your morning cup of java. experts start with the saving -- brew your coffee at home. paying 5-bucks for a cup of coffee every morning or you can save by buying whole beans and buying in bulk. whole beans tend to be cheaper than pre- ground coffee. and an inexpensive coffee grinder can pay
joining a loyality program. some smartphone apps come with perks, like a free drink
every couple of weeks. another way to save is by bringing your own cup to the coffee shop. many places offer a small discount if you have your own gear. the weather is causing more problems for travelers this winter... a look at everyone stuck in colorado due to big time snow. plus... "all the trees we were looking at had fallen. we felt totally safe." a news crew becomes the story... when a tree falls on them in california. for news while you're on the move, listen to our news partner
snowy weather is causing a travel nightmare for people flying to and from denver international airport. more than 500 flights had to be canceled yesterday. the airport says more than 100 flights have already been canceled for today. the airport there expects up to ten inches of snowfall by this afternoon. please show downed tree on crew wild winds in california
a tree fell onto a news crew while they were reporting on a story. the photographer says he didn't even see it coming. virginia - 10 news reporter marie coronel.. it started out a typical morning for 10news reporter marie coronel and photographer mike gold marie hit : you know virgina since we've been out here i haven't seen any car owners their story ...in mira mesa bunch of tress had fallen and some cars were crushed -nats marie's live shot at that time of the morning, at 4:30, there wasn't even really any wind, and all the trees we were looking at had fallen. we felt totally safe. mike says the wind was over. we were at the base of the two large trees that had fallen and we were getting ready for our live shot. i had my camera pointed towards marie, she was standing there and all of a
said oh, expletive, and that's the last thing that happened. : they went down. i was just covered. we were under branches and leaves. marie was screaming. mike stands up to catch his breath. he sees his leg dangling. -nats rescue- i'm screwed up, where's marie. i didn't see her. i looked down and she was underneath a branch. she was moving, but hurt bad. she was groggy and coming to and she was terrified. mike calls 911 for help they couldn't see us because it was dark and we were surrounded by this tree, so i was shouting, we're over here, we're over here. mike never saw the tree coming. how can you plan for that? how can you avoid that? i mean, the tree fell at that very moment, at that very spot and i was standing at that very spot.
here's a look at today's top stories.... investigators are trying to figure out what led up to this fatal crash on highway 395. it happened yesterday afternoon, just south of north mccarran. n-h-p says the driver apparently lost control and hit a light pole before coming to a stop in a ravine. in the state of the school district address superintendent traci davis says washoe county schools are outperforming other districts in, test scores, attendance and graduation rates. but school funding and overcrowding are still a major issue. n-v energy is now proposing "grandfathering" some solar customers - proposing seven ways the measure could work.
utilities commission will hold a hearing on the moratorium proposal on february 8th. the nevada snowpack measured at 125-percent of normal on mt. rose. that's up from 110 percent of normal, which was measured in january. between friday and sunday-- the mount rose summit picked up 27- inches of snow. here's lindsey with your final check of the forecast. a quieter weather pattern will be in store this week with cold and below average temperatures through midweek. a few brush-by disturbances may provide snow showers on tuesday and more so by wednesday. high
netherlands are training eagles, to take down drones that may be flying where they shouldn't be. they say the birds are taught to see a drone as prey, then catch it, and take it to a safe place. a decision on whether to put them on the job won't be made for a few more months. experts say it's unknown if an eagle's talons could be damaged by a drone's carbon-fiber
making news in america this morning. good morning, america. upset in iowa. ted cruz scores a huge victory over donald trump. a major setback for the billionaire. >> tonight is a victory for iowa and all across this great nation. >> record turnout helps the senator soar. trump humbled in defeat. >> i'm just honored. i'm really honored. >> but still vowing to win the nomination. and marco rubio's late surge puts him within striking distance of trump. >> we are not waiting any longer to take our country back. >> riding a wave of momentum into new hampshire.