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pollutants and may create hazy conditions as well. no precipitation is forecast through the end of the work week, with only small chances possible by weekend. &&.short term... a strong high pressure reno police have arrested a woman they believe robbed a convenience store in stead sunday. just after 2:30am sunday officers responded to the jacksons convenience store on stead boulevard on a report of a robbery. after releasing surveillance photos to the public the suspect was identified as 18- year-old kassandra portillo of reno. during an interview with detectives admitted to the robbery. police so far don't think there is a connection between this robbery and a similar one in stead monday morning. we're getting a look at the men who police say broke into the total wine on south virginia and stole expensive bottles of wine and liquor. it happened early sunday morning. the suspects are described as being a
with heavy builds. according to police, the men loaded the alcohol into a white ford f-150 then took off. police say similar burglaries have happened in other states recently. "we do have information that in california, arizona and las vegas that similar incidents that happened here on sunday morning have occurred at other total wine businesses." a 1-thousand dollar reward is being offered for information leading to an arrest. if you know anything, you're urged to call secret witness at 322- 4900. we now know the identities of the vicitim and driver involved in a deadly pedestrian crash on i-580 in washoe valley. n-h-p says 42-year-old james dolan of sparks was driving north in the slow lane when he hit 18-year old chile bartels of carson city. bartels was pronounced dead at the scene. the crash shut down i- 580 between bellevue road and bowers for several hours. dolan was arrested on warrants that were unrelated to the
an inmate mistakenly released from los angeles county sheriff's department is back in custody. officials say steven wright was arrested monday at a hotel in boulder city, nevada. wright was released erroneously from an inmate reception center on january 30th. he is now being held in a nevada facility... pending an extradition hearing. officials say he will not face additional charges. a las vegas man will spend the next several years behind bars after being sentenced as a habitual criminal. a washoe district judge sentenced shawn procacina to 25 years in prison for a string of burglaries that started in june of last year. procacina will not be eligible for parole for ten years. ### the new hampshire primary is underway and the presidential candidates are still stumping for last minutes votes. the latest polls have gop frontrunner donald trump and democrat bernie sanders in the lead but anything can happen tonight. abc's kenneth moton is in manchester with more
the presidential candidates have been working precincts across the state especially here in manchester. there's been a lot of activity at the polls and record voter turnout is expected. nat chris christie polling place visit "christie! christie! christie! it's been a sprint from one polling place to another in new hampshire. nat john kasich polling place visit shakes hands?"hi how are you?" this morning, the candidates including hillary clinton were out and about trying to influence those undecided voters. sot hillary clinton we're going to keep working literally until the last vote is cast so much crisscrossing, at one stop clinton even ran into the husband of gop candidate carly fiorina. they put partisan differences aside for a picture. clinton is trailing bernie sanders. the neighboring vermont senator is banking on a strong finish in the granite state. nat trump unbelievable. unbelievable.
he posted a video on facebook to get out the vote?even mentioning new england patriots quarterback tom brady. sot trump on facebook tom brady is a great friend of mine and he said so many nice things about me and my ability to win. john kasich has already carried dixville notch. the small and historic precinct opened the polls to its 9 voters at midnight. sot john kasich they said i wouldn't get into the race. i couldn't raise the money, i couldn't get to get to new hampshire, i wouldn't get on the debate stage?i hope they keep underestimating me this race has that do or die potential for the candidates at the bottom but many of them have vowed to continue on to upcoming contests including south carolina. kenneth moton, abc news manchester new hampshire republican presidential candidate carly fiorina will make a campaign appearance in reno the week before nevada's gop caucuses. the businesswoman will be the special guest of the washoe republican woman.. february 17 at the atlantis resort. doors open at 11am.. lunch is at 11:30am and the program gets underway around 11:45am. for more information about tickets and reservations just find htis story on our website kolotv.com or our kolo 8 app.
donating to non profits across the country ... and reno is one of 75 communities to be selected. 10-thousand dollars in grants were distributed to each city. public voting was used to determine how the money would be broken up among the top 3 non profits in our area. n-c-e-t took first place and received 5-thousand dollars. assistance league of reno-sparks was awarded 3-thousand and northern nevada literacy council received the remaining 2-thousand. since all of the groups are non-profits . they rely heavily on donations and funding from grants like the one awarded by the yelp foundation. "we're really a very thinly funded organization, and so to get this additional $5,000 from yelp really allows us to take on new things we wouldn't be able to do otherwise." all three organizations plan to use the funds to expand their services in the truckee meadows. the numbers are in. 88-thousand nevadans enrolled or re- enrolled in health coverage through the federal insurance marketplace in the past three months.
with the progress made during the third annual open enrollment period of the affordable care act. officials with the nonprofit enroll america say the silver state saw a 20-percent increase in sign-ups at nevada health link this enrollment period compared to last year. for decades, the anaconda mine near yerington produced copper by the ton. but operators left behind toxic remnants-- containing uranium and heavy metals. now governor sandoval is asking for more time in deciding whether to list the mine among the nation's most contaminated sites. it's already designated as a "super fund" site which helped funnel federal funds to the mine. the e-p-a though wants to put it on their national priority list which could mean the feds would pick up 90 percent of the cost of clean up. the governor though says the state is not ready to make that decision given that many residents are opposed to it, fearing it would have a negative impact on property values. the governor is asking them to hold off until september-- giving them time to look elsewhere for the money. a cruise ship has to cut its trip short after
water.. but did the ship have enough warning to avoid the rough water all together? and the snow from recent storms may have already melted in your yards... but what if you could save some of that water to use in your yards during the summer? we'll tell you why that could be a possibility in the future. but first... lindsey matherly will be back with your complete weather now forecast. announcer: "you're watching kolo 8 news now midday, with dave lawrence and weather with lindsey matherly this is kolo
the contest was to support and raise funds for the 2016 special olympics polar plunge. the plunge will be held march 19 at zephyr cove. for more information about the special olympics polar plunge visit our website or kolo 8 app and click on hot topics.# big birthday wishes to the national weather service. on this day 146-years ago...the n-w-s ..was created. the n-w-s provides weather and climate data... forecasts and warnings for the nation. the beginning of the national weather service began when president ulysses s. grant signed a joint resolution of congress authorizing the secretary of war to establish a national weather service.
average temperatures along with generally light winds through the rest of the week. valley inversions will continue to trap pollutants and may create hazy conditions as well. no precipitation is forecast through the end of the work week, with only small chances possible by weekend. a strong high pressure ridge will persist across the west through the next week. patchy freezing fog will be possible in the colder valleys in the sierra and for some locations in the basin and range early this morning. otherwise, the forecast will be for
gradually warming temperatures as the ridge strengthens. temperatures will climb well above normal readings, with many locations forecast to be 10 to 15 degrees warmer than average. inversions will limit warming in the lower valleys initially, while higher elevations will see a quicker warm up. air quality may be a concern through midweek as pollutants and storms may have already melted in your yards... but what if you could save some of that water to use in your yards and garden? that's what tom still-e stille owner of river school farm does. he growns lettuce and other leafy greens all year long... while he does use some treated water.... during the winter, he collects rain and snow melt from his roof and stores it in several rain barrels around his property.
collects supplies him with up to 6 months of water for his vegetables. there's just one problem... rain barrels are illegal in nevada....the law is not currently enforced, but still-e says if he had to stop, it would significantly impact his business. " we'd just have to pay more for treated water and the interesting thing with that is vegetables grow better with rain water than they do with treated water so it would be a double negative if we have to pay more and use treated water." but he may not have to worry... jason king.. nevada's state engineer says his office does not enforce the law... in fact he supports the use of rain barrels on a small level. he says there are two intirm committees looking at changing the water law to allow small levels of water collection. he says the issue may be brought up in the next legislative session. with concern about the zika virus growing
now to a royal caribbean cruise.... heading back to new jersey this morning. the ship got caught in hurricane force winds... this video shows the sea during that wild ride. abc's linsey davis is in bayonne, new jersey with the latest. script: nats woah, look at this! take a look at what these cruise ship passengers endured... rough seas ultimately causing the royal caribbean cruise ship to turn around. this morning, the ship on its way back to new jersey after hurricane force winds?gusting
from making it to its final destination of the bahamas. jared johnson/passenger the ship was rocking back and forth and tipping sided to side and cabinets were slamming open? nats
crashing furniture passengers using cell phones to capture scenes that looked like they were right out of the titanic-- flying furniture and shattered glass as massive waves pounded the anthem of the seas as it moved right into a rough storm off the carolina coast not long after leaving new jersey over the weekend. nats waves grfx the captain ordering the 4500 passengers and 1600 crew members to stay in their rooms for hours. greg cribbs/passenger the amount of things were shifting around our room was a little frightening. four passengers suffering minor injuries. now some on board blaming the captain. pete aloupis/passenger i'm really concerned about the captain's judgment in this situation...i really resent the fact that he put 6000 people's lives at risks, taking us into a storm that was predicted. grfx royal caribbean apologized to passengers in a statement monday ...adding, "while the weather
times?we?thank the captain and crew for guiding the ship safely back to better weather." tag: the cruise line is promising a full refund to all passengers and a 50% discount towards a future cruise. linsey davis abc news honda announced two recalls this mroning... and one of them adds millions of vehicles to the takata airbag recall plus.. president obama
consumer reports is reissuing its exclusive list of the most effective mosquito repellents. abc's linzie janis has the details. script: this morning -- concern surrounding the zika virus at an all time high...the cdc raising their zika response to the highest level of activation -- assigning staff to work 24/7 on the response. nats spraying brazil/elsewhere around the world and while the world continues to spray pesticides to try to kill off the mosquitos -- what can you do to keep from being bitten? sot - matthew degenarro - assistant professor, florida international university - deet is safe and effective. consumer reports re- releasing ratings for mosquito repellents? highlighting their results regarding the aedes egypti mosquito - known for carrying and spreading zika-- consumer reports finding these three products to be the most effective: sawyer fisherman's formula picaridin, natrapel 8 hour, and off! deepwoods viii sot - sue byrne - senior editor for health and food, consumer reports - consumer reports test found agains the zika virus were the ones that contained either 25% deet or 20% picardin. both protected for
advising consumers to avoid products made of natural plant oils? sot - sue byrne - senior editor for health and food, consumer reports - some of those even failed our tests immediately and the mosquitos bit right through our testers arms those infected with zika may become ill with symptoms like fever, rash joint pain or red eyes and the virus has been linked to the a severe birth defect, microcephaly, when pregnant women get infected. while the cdc says it is safe to use insect repellent while pregnant or nursing -
toxic water crisis as quickly as possible. first priority goes to high-risk households. meanwhile... michigan governor rick snyder declined an invitation to tomorrow.. before the house democratic steering and policy committee. his spokesman said he couldn't testify because he has to deliver a the state legislature that day. let's go to lindsey matherly with a look at the forecast. high pressure will continue to bring above average temperatures along with generally light winds through the rest of the week. valley inversions will continue to trap pollutants and may create hazy conditions as well. no precipitation is forecast through the end of the work week, with only small chances possible by weekend. a strong high pressure ridge will persist at least nine people have been killed in a
near munich in germany. officials at the scene say the accident was so bad--it was almost as if the two trains had fused together. "we only know that it was a train path where there is only one track for both directions. both of our trains have been on this track at the same time, which usually cannot happen. right now we are, everyone is really shocked and our first thoughts are with the victims and their families. the next step will be then to try to find out how this train accident could happen. we are working together closely with the company who was running the infrastructure, deutsche bahn, to find out what really has happened." dozens of people are injured -- fifty of them seriously. two others remain unaccounted for. the father of 13 year old nicole lovell is now speaking out for the first time since his
david lowell says they tried to stop her from going down the wrong path. abc's eva pilgrim is here with the story script: this morning, the father of murdered 13 year old nicole lovell speaking out for the first time ? since learning the details of his daughter's death. david lovell/father: i bet she fought like a wildcat. i mean she's my kid. two virginia tech students? 18 year old david eisenhauer? and 19 year old natalie keepers are behind bars accused of allegedly plotting to murder the 13 year old for weeks. authorities say eisenhauer had an "inappropriate" relationship with her -- communicating with her on social media. dr phil that her family tried to step in after finding out she was talking to older men online. daughter in ohio had dug around in nicole's instagram accounts and kik and so on few of those. abc news finding this account showing that around thanksgiving? she was chatting with a guy named david.
point discussions about her social media activity in november and december leading up to this... they had taken her phone away from her because they felt like she was having inappropriate conversations...and of course now, like a father, he's just feeling like "oh my god" i should have done more. one of lovell's friends telling abc news? she referred to eisenhauer as her boyfriend? authorities say - eisenhauer told them he saw her the night she disappeared, giving her a hug before going home. 4 days later, police finding the girl's body 80 miles from her home? about 2 miles from eisenhauer's grandparents home. david lovell/father: i would like to get locked up in the same cell with him. i'm pretty sure i could get answers out of him. he took my little girl. keepers and eisenhauer are both still behind bars... neither has entered a plea. both are expected back in court at the end of march. this has shaken the
students we've spoke to still in shock
at these charges. president obama proposes a 4-point-1 trillion dollar spending plan in his final white house budget. some of the highlights: 2-point-9 trillion of deficit reduction over 10 years, from health, tax, and immigration reforms, and other proposals. and 9-hundred-55 billion in deficit reduction from reducing tax benefits for high-income households. the republican- controlled congress can advance parts of the budget without approving obama's entire proposal. a justice department investigation is underway after hackers published contact information for 20- thousand f-b-i employees yesterday. the group behind the breach said the information was pulled from the department of justice database through a tweet and included the hashtag "free-palestine." honda is recalling 34,000 newly redesigned civic compact cars in the u.s. because the engines can fail and stall while being driven. the recall affects 2016 civics equipped with 2-
safety regulators say that a circular clip around the pistons may be missing or was improperly installed... that can cause a pin on the piston to rub against the engine block and possibly cause engine failure or a fire. it was unclear if any crashes... fires or injuries had happened. dealers will inspect the piston clips and fix them if necessary. dealers can't sell the affected cars until they are repaired. honda has also added more than 2-million cars to the growing list of recalls over takata airbags that could explode. the japanese automaker said certain honda and acura vehicles from the 2005 to 2016 model years are being recalled to replace the airbags. this latest addition brings the total number of recalled vehicles to a little over 8 and a half million. the company will replace the defective inflators with new parts from a different supplier. the new parts will be available this summer.. 'head u-s-a' is recalling some of its ski and
the recall includes six different models. the helmets do not meet safety standards, posing a risk for head injury. so far no injuries have been reported. if you own one of these helmets... stop using it and contact head u-s-a for a free replacement helmet. you can find more information about the recall on kolo t-v dot com. just click on hot topics. ### an app on your i-phone may save your life. how emergency responders are using it to your benefit and theirs. and get a jump start on spring cleaning.. and the best place to start... your medicine cabinet. but first... lindsey matherly will be back with your complete
last year was not a good year to go into the water. 2015 set a new record for unprovoked shark attacks in the u-s and worldwide. that's according to the florida museum of natural history. there were 59- unprovoked shark attacks in the u-s last year. that beats the record set in 2012 of 53 attacks. the report also found there were 98- unprovoked attacks across the world... beating the 88-record attacks in 2000. experts say more swimmers, surfers and divers in the water attributed to the attacks in the u-s. and now your kolo 8 hour-by-hour weather forecast with lindsey
high pressure will continue to bring above average temperatures along with generally light winds through the rest of the week. valley inversions will continue to trap pollutants and may create hazy conditions as well. no precipitation is forecast through the end of the work week, with only small chances possible by weekend. a strong high pressure ridge will persist across the west through the next week. patchy freezing fog will be possible in the colder valleys in the sierra and for some locations in the basin and range early this morning. otherwise, the forecast will be for light winds and gradually warming temperatures as the ridge strengthens.
readings, with many locations forecast to be 10 to 15 degrees warmer than average. inversions will limit warming in the lower valleys initially, while higher elevations will see a air quality may be a concern through midweek as pollutants and haze build up and become trapped under the inversions. although increasing southwest flow across the region later this week will likely allow for improved mixing and visibility. go to airnow.gov for air quality information. emergency responders have found a new way to make saving lives a little easier and-- believe it or not-- its from an app you may already have on
it's called the 'my health app'. it's free and it's already built into your i-phone, showing only information that you want health care providers to know. cindy green from remsa says they rarely know who they're dealing with when they arrive on scene. cindy: if you are unconscious, unresponsive, if you're unable to speak, if you're having a stroke of if something like that is going on, we can go into your phone without the code and clilck on a button. one down side to the app... it can only be used if your phone is turned on and working. it's also not available to androids. it's easy to accmulate medications. that pain reliever from when you had your root canal.. or the cough syrup from your cold last winter... but what should you hold onto and what should you pitch? kelly bowman has some tips to help you clear out the clutter, and how to store your medications properly... --reporter pkg-as follows-- it's time to do some
best place to start is with your medicine cabinet. it's really not the best place to keep things... there's humidity, temperature fluctuations, if the bottles aren't sealed correctly moisture can get in. i'm going to remove all my medications as i go through them, and find a safer spot, like my dresser drawer! but of course, we need some rules to follow... like, how do we know which medications are no longer safe to take? so, open the packaging, make sure it has been sealed properly. liquids might start to clump or the product might start to separate. if the tablets look crushed or discolored or cracking- even though they're within date they may have been exposed to temperature fluctuation. now that i know what to keep, i can't just toss this old medication in the trash. one way i recommend is take any of your capsules, tablets- medications that you have that are expired, crush them up a little bit, add a little bit of water, they recommend to either throw old coffee grounds, food scraps, kitty litter, saw dust- anything to make it filthy or putrid so that
dig through there and find them. also, remember to scratch out personal information on any prescription bottles before you throw them away. for cnn, i'm kelly bowman. when going through your medicine cabinet, also make sure to check the expiration date on items like sunscreen, makeup and even floss. and for more information on how to properly dispose of your medications, head to f-d-a-dot-gov-slash- drugs. a gas station awning comes crashing down. amazingly, only two
darryl feemster is here with more information on the city of reno valentine's day dance. the reno tahoe senior games is celebrating the end of their season with a valentine's day dance on sunday february the 14th. the event will be held at the eldorado hotel and casino. doors will open at 5pm and the dance ends at 10pm. tickets
are $25 or $40 for both. 775-657-4602 reno.gov/seniorgames darryl feemster is here with more information on the city of reno valentine's day dance. the reno tahoe senior games is celebrating the end of their season with a valentine's day dance
the event will be held
at the eldorado hotel and casino. doors will open at 5pm and the dance ends at 10pm. tickets are $25 or $40 for both. 775-657-4602 reno.gov/seniorgames darryl feemster is here with more information on the city of reno valentine's day dance. the reno tahoe senior games is celebrating the
games is celebrating the end of their season with a valentine's day dance on sunday february the 14th. the event will be held at the eldorado hotel and casino. doors will open at 5pm and the dance ends at 10pm. tickets are $25 or $40 for both. 775-657-4602 reno.gov/seniorgames darryl feemster is here with more information on the city of reno valentine's day dance.
thousands of denver broncos fans are cheering as the super bowl championship parade goes through the mile high city. this is a live look. the broncos beat the carolina panthers sunday in super bowl 50 to win their third n-f-l championship. with a little panda perservance a cub finally reaches the top.
inspect a crack in the roof.... is to climb on top of it. here's jeremy roth --reporter pkg-as follows-- if you thought your monday was rough... take a look at this. part of the roof of this chevron gas station in torrance, california collapsed... with two workers on it! the men were up there inspecting cracks in the awning... when the cracks suddenly got much bigger. while one of the men had a minor injury...the fire captain says they both - quote- "got quite a ride." as they came down... someone else was on their way up. with a little help from mama... bei bei the panda cub finally got to the top of a pine tree at his home in the smithsonian's national zoo in washington. he's been trying to reach the summit of his personal everest for days now. never has abject failure looked so precious! as the french say... laissez les bon temps rouler .. ...i knew i should have taken french in high school.... forget it.. ... as the americans say let the
mardi gras is under way in the big easy. as usual the folks in new orleans are ending carnival season in style. the zulu crewe kicked off tuesday's festivities the only way they know how... with a parade. i'm jeremy roth. an ohio zoo left the naming-duties of their newest polar bear up to social media. and the votes have been tallied... meet...nora! the fuzzy new addition to ohio's columbus zoo and aquarium. accoding to the zoo, voters chimed in from 115-counties. the name nora is a combo of her parents' names: nanuq and aurora. cheese, pepperoni, mushrooms... pick your favorite pie. today.. is national pizza day! about three billion pizzas are sold in the u-s each year. that's according to to pizza-dot-com 62-percent of americans prefer meat toppings. 38-percent prefer
carbs... today is also national bagel day. want to celebrate them both? get yourself a pizza bagel. lindsey matherly is back with another look at our forecast. high pressure will continue to bring above average temperatures along with generally light winds through the rest of the week. valley inversions will continue to trap pollutants and may create hazy conditions as well. no precipitation is forecast through the end of the work week, with only small chances possible by weekend. a strong high pressure ridge will persist across the west through the next week. patchy freezing fog will be possible in the colder valleys in the sierra and for some locations in updates on the stories we covered... head to our webchannel... kolo-t-v-dot-com. ----- hairstyles provided by rumors hair salon. ----- closed captioning provided by st. mary's regional medical center. ----- copyright 2016 -- gray television group, inc.
>> announcer: bust out the beads and fire up some beignets, it's fat tuesday, people, so we're bringing you a taste of the big easy with our ultimate mardi gras menu. clinton's kicking things off with the dynamic duo of kit hoover and billy bush. then michael's making a cocktail as fun as bourbon street. and mario's stirring things up with a cajun favorite that will have you shouting "jambalaya." plus, meet the queen of creole cuisine who helped shape history. >> in my restaurant, i felt i did change the course of america. >> announcer: so let the good times roll right now on