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lindsey matherly is off today. let's go to dick stoddard with a look at the forecast. above average temperatures along with light winds under high pressure will persist into early next week. mid and high clouds will stream across the region periodically. a moderate winter storm is possible for wednesday and thursday next week with gusty winds, rain and mountain snow. && .short term... periods of mid level and high clouds will continue to stream across the sierra and western nevada through the week. although high pressure will flatten this weekend it will reestablish along the west coast and keep the storm track deflected into the pacific northwest. temperatures will continue to remain above normal, but the amount of cloud cover across the region will keep temperatures lower and below records today. a shortwave brushes just north of the region on saturday and the chances of showers will also remain north of the region. the main impact will be increased cloud cover as well as a shift to a north/northeast flow. as high pressure rebuilds across the west coast on sunday/monday temperatures will remain 10 to 15 degrees
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light surface winds. elw .long term...monday through thursday... no major changes made to the extended forecast this morning, except to continue raising the chances for precip wed-thu. models are in good agreement with high pressure and relatively quiet weather monday and tuesday, then low pressure moving into the west coast wednesday-thursday. well above normal temperatures are expected monday and tuesday, with model guidance showing potential for high temperatures in the upper 60s for western nevada. we have increased the democratic candidates for president went head to head last night-- as they prepare for nevada and south carolina. hillary clinton is trying to re-group after her loss to bernie sanders in new hampshire. abc's bazi kanani reports. still smarting from her double-digit debacle in new hampshire, hillary clinton sounded a new hard line against the man who defeated her sot clinton " ... the kind of criticism that we've heard from senator sanders about our president i expect from republicans. i do
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running for the democratic nomination to succeed president obama." sot sanders "madam secretary, that is a low blow.//one of us ran against barack obama. i was not that candidate." clinton now hoping to get a boost from a strong turnout of minorities. sot clinton: "african-americans who face discrimination in the job market, education, housing and the criminal justice system." sanders hit clinton again on her finances sot sanders "secretary clinton's super pac as i understand it received $25 million last reporting period, 15 million dollars from wall street.// why in god's name does wall street make huge campaign contributions? i guess just for the fun of it. they want to throw money around." donald trump rode his landslide new hampshire victory into louisiana -- as the campaign trial winds south.
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and he made this bold boast in south carolina: sot trump "if we win here after winning so big in new hampshire, all of these characters are going to give it up. we're going to run the table .... " some of those "characters" have other ideas. sot bush: "do you want an entertainer-in-chief?" sot rubio: "negotiating a hotel deal in another country is not foreign policy experience." the republican presidential candidates face off again in a south carolina debate saturday night. bazi kanani, abc news, washington. democratic presidential hopeful bernie sanders will be in reno tomorrow. he'll be here to speak at the "real solutions, for real people" summit at the jot travis student center at u-n-r. doors open at 7-30 in the morning. advance registration is required. and hillary clinton will rally in nevada tomorrow and sunday, ahead of our caucuses. details on where she'll be, have not yet been released. the democrats will
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you can register at the door. the republicans will caucus on tuesday, february 23rd. g-o-p voters will need to be registered by tomorrow. but the 'washoe county registrar's office' is not open on the weekend so your last chance to register is today. their office closes at 5 p-m. with the nevada caucuses less than two weeks away, ?do you know who's at the top of the presidential polls here in our state? december was the last time a poll was taken -- and don't expect another poll, until sometime next week. pollsters say making predictions in the silver state is hard. the nature of caucusing is not always a sure thing. that's because people can change their mind. ?another reason predictions are hard here?--- this is only the third time our state has taken part in a caucus-- so its tough to get a large sample of caucus goers. also, theres no business, agency, or institution thats willing to pay for polling. all of which makes our caucuses nearly impossible to predict --
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" prof fred lokken/tmcc political science: nevada is still going to be one of 7 or 8 states who decides who the next president of the united states will be. so those candidates will be back, the media will be back. the county like washoe county is one of 110 counties that always voted the right way, in determining who the winner will be. so we have a lot of reasons for nevada remaining in the lime light." the poll taken in december by 'gravis marketing' showed donald trump and hillary clinton are the favorites in our state. this is the man reno police say robbed the maverick gas station on stead boulevard with a gun on monday -- and led them on a high speed chase, the next day. after a brief standoff with police-- 39-year-old wesley ford was arrested yesterday. he's charged with robbery and grand larceny, among other things. police say ford stole a truck on tuesday, and led them on a high speed chase. as a result--- three schools were locked down. initially-- detectives said they thought a 19-year-
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police cleared him after talking with witnesses. a reno man has been sentenced to 15-years in prison for driving under the influence. according to the washoe county district attorney's office, 59- year-old patrick mckinnon had a blood alcohol level of point- 32 during a car accident last year. mckinnon had two prior felony d-u-i convictions-- as well as two prior misdemeanor d-u-i convictions. 25 million uber riders could soon get money from a recent settlement. uber is paying over 28- million dollars to settle two lawsuits with customers. the lawsuits say the company misled riders, and caused them to pay an extra 2-dollars-and- 30-cents a trip. uber said that money paid for background checks on drivers, but the company doesn't do the same kind of checks, required for taxi drivers. under the settlement, uber will also stop using certain language in its advertising. uber will pay 25-million dollars to riders who made trips between january 2013, and january 2016. 'the trauma intervention
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nevada' hosted their fifth annual awards dinner to honor volunteers last night. they're first responders who go above and beyond to help families cope after they lose a loved one. kolo 8 news nows chris buckley has more. the trauma intervention program of northern nevada started with 11 volunteers in 2009. today, the program has 32 specially trained citizens who work alongside first responders. "our volunteers provide emotional and practical support to survivors of tragedy, natural deaths, suicides, drownings, our volunteers will come at the request of the emergency responders and just be there with the family, providing emotional and practical support." for the last five years, these vounteers have nominated those they see in the field.. for going above and beyond. "giving transportation to the family when they have nowhere to go, buying food for them, making sure all their items are out of the house after a fire, there are so many incredible things our first responders do every day the general public does not know about, our volunteers get to see that firsthand." seven heroes were honored on thursday... but this room.. was full of them "really the people that should
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all the help that they give our community and all the outreach to families that need help when nevada started with 11 volunteers in 2009. today, the program has 32 specially trained citizens who work alongside first responders. "our volunteers provide emotional and practical support to survivors of tragedy, natural deaths, suicides, drownings, the trauma intervention program is always looking for volunteers -- and they provide all the training. there's a training session coming up in april. if want more information on how you
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"i saw these billboards and i thought hmmm that would make a really nice big valentine's card, you know." that's one way to say i love you on valentine's day. patrick sullivan says his wife asks for modest gifts on valentine's day, but he had something else in mind. sullivan bought his wife a giant billboard that says "pat and patty forever -- 27 years and counting... you complete me.. love pat." above average
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with light winds under high pressure will persist into early next week. mid and high clouds will stream across the region periodically. a moderate winter storm is possible for wednesday and thursday next week with gusty winds, rain and mountain snow. && .short term... periods of mid level and high clouds will continue to stream across the sierra and western nevada through the week. although high pressure will flatten this weekend it will reestablish along the west coast and keep the storm track deflected into the pacific northwest. temperatures will continue to remain above normal, but
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region will keep temperatures lower and below records today. a shortwave brushes just north of the region on saturday and the chances of showers will also remain north of the region. the main impact will be increased cloud cover as well as a shift to a north/northeast flow. as high pressure rebuilds across the west coast on sunday/monday temperatures will remain 10 to 15 degrees above average with light surface winds. elw .long term...monday through thursday... no major changes made to the extended forecast this morning, except to continue raising the chances for precip wed-thu. models are in good agreement with high pressure and relatively quiet weather monday and tuesday, then low pressure moving into the west coast wednesday-thursday. well above normal
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monday and tuesday, with model guidance showing potential for high temperatures in the upper 60s for western nevada. we have increased chances for precipitation wednesday and thursday as forecaster confidence continues to rise. gfs/ecmwf/gem are all in good agreement with a decent winter storm system moving into the region with snow likely in the sierra and a mix of rain/snow for the lower valleys of western nevada and northeastern california. there are still some differences and uncertainties with the timing of the storm, but overall confidence is medium that we will see increasing winds, sierra snow, and cooler temperatures for the last half of next week. congress is talking about the zika virus as it continues to spread. the hearing reviewed president obama's request for additional funding to stop the virus. congress is considering president obama's 1.8- billion dollar request for emergency funds to fight the disease. the heads of 'the centers for disease control and prevention' and 'the national
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infectious diseases' were there to testify. "sen. thad cochran, mississippi is this enough? thomas r. frieden, m.d., director, centers for disease control and prevention: we think that will cover the next one to two years but there's a lot that we don't know." the c-d-c says it's working on a vaccine that could go into phase one of its trial this summer. growing up you were told to eat your fruit and vegetables. ?so what's stopping you now? doctor timothy johnson has more on a new report that may give you some answers. from cost, to hassle, to expiration dates, there are a lifetime of excuses for failing to work fruits and veggies into our diets. conventional wisdom suggests cost is the major problem. but a new study suggests that being too busy is the major excuse when it comes to not eating right. researchers looked at 500 adults ? some of whom could afford healthy food, and some of whom could not. the researchers found that-regardless of wealth-being "too busy" to prepare healthy food
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in failing to eat well. no wonder most americans fall short of the recommened five and and vegtables a day. so next time a head of lettuce is calling to you in the grocery store, it may be worth your time to grab it and whip up something healthy. making that time now could buy you more time later! with this medical minute,
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it looks like the wolf pack has picked up another recruit... a guy from right here in reno
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that david kyle will be a preferred walk-on next season... kyle is a 6-foot-6, 225- pound forward at reno high school,... he is averaging 7.5 points and 3.5 rebounds per game this season... his huskies are currently ranked 3rd in our hobey's casino top five. the mountainn west has announced the upcoming opponents for all of
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football teams. the pack's schedule includes a pair of games agianst big-time programs... both on the road... at notre dame and at purdue... the fighting irish finished the season ranked 11th in the country here's the rest of the road schedule...
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hawaii, san jose state and unlv... all times and dates have not yet been released. the pack opens the season at home against caly poly on september 3rd... they also host buffalo on the 17th... then conference games against utah state, wyoming, fresno state
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-over: my new mom and i have a lot in common. ahh...the great outside... son, voice-over: we both love the outdoors.
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that's not a flower. son, voice-over: we both love geology. oh, look! an igneous one! that's not a rock. son, voice-over: and she knows a lot about wildlife. a labradoodle! [baying] that's not a dog. son, voice-over: hanging out has been kinda fun. announcer: you don't have to be perfect to be a perfect parent. thousands of kids in foster care will take you just as you are. above average temperatures along with light winds under high pressure will persist into early next week. mid and high clouds will stream across the region periodically. a moderate winter storm is possible for wednesday and thursday next week with gusty winds, rain and mountain snow. && .short term... periods of mid level and high clouds will continue to stream across the sierra and western nevada through the
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reestablish along the the storm track deflected into the now to a consumer warning about credit card fees you don't realize you're paying. a dollar here... three-99 there... payments automatically deducted from your debit and credit card bills for subscriptions and services you're not even using. experts say there's one simple step you can take to find those recurring charges and fees that fly under the radar. "our mom told us that growing up, you need to check your bills, right? but most of us simply don't." founder and ceo of 'bill guard' , yaron samid says americans waste a staggering 14-billion- dollars a year on these recurring charges. now his company and newly released website offers free services that can help cut these you simply give 'trim' your account info, they scan your statements, then text you a list of recurring charges. reply with "cancel" to stop a subscription and they'll contact the provider for you. according to 'trim', the
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charges are credit monitoring services and gyms. but be sure not to cancel something you really want or need, like your heating or electric bill. reno mayor hillary schieve shared her seat with a political newcomer. she presented a proclamation-- naming a dog... mayor for the day. his name is everett and he's a new-foundland, black lab mix. a limousine took the shelter dog and his adopted parents to city hall for the big honor yesterday. the dog met with the mayor and other city leaders--- and then it was down to business. "everett has found an amazing home through the spca but we really want to bring light to this within our city, because a lot of animals are homeless." the 'society for the prevention of cruelty to animals' says, black animals -- both cats and dogs, are less likely to be adopted and more likely to be euthanized. the oregon standoff has finally come to an end.
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the charges the
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holding back on the debate stage. a look at some of last night's explosive moments. and nevada playing a big role in the race for the white house. why our state is unlike any another when it comes to the caucuses. and two cases of the zika virus popping up in california. so how likely is it we'll see it here? thanks for joining us

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