Skip to main content

tv   Good Morning Reno 530am  ABC  February 12, 2016 5:30am-6:00am PST

5:30 am
5:31 am
i'm amanda sanchez dave has the day off. let's go to lindsey matherly 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 new developments in the dramatic end to the armed standoff in
5:32 am
the four remaining anti-government protestors surrendered to the f-b-i yesterday. jeff banta, sandra anderson, sean anderson, and david fry will be arraigned today. they've been indicted on a federal conspiracy charge, along with 12- other occupiers. here's abc's neal karlinsky in oregon. script: the final hours of the standoff playing out live over an open phone line sot : fbi: you're gonna come out with your hands up occupier: no we're not! --a surreal end to a bizarre standoff that began over gov't control of land in the west- sot : fbi: do the right thing, right? occupier: the right thing is to kill us? three of the final four holdouts finally surrendering this morning. sot david fry : sandy and sean both have their hands up in the air. sean's holding an american flag. but inside the federal compound , occupier david fry wouldn't budge. sot david fry :
5:33 am
are heard, i will not come out! it's harder to live for liberty than coward like that. david: you have no right to call me a coward. his list of grievances varied, from taxation issues to this: sot david fry: all i needed was marijuana. you guys wouldn't even let me have my marijuana. but little by little, activist krisanne hall got through to him. when others couldn't. sot : david fry: if everybody says hallelujah i'll come out. // i'm walking towards them right now. krisanne hall, activist: can i just cry now gavin? stand up: tonight those final four are part of a group of sixteen people now under federal indictment after fourty- one days that wreaked havoc out here. neal karlinsky abc news near burns,oregon meanwhile, cliven bundy, father of the leader of the oregon occupation, ammon bundy, has been charged for the 20-14 standoff at his ranch here in nevada. cliven bundy was arrested on wednesday in oregon after encouraging occupiers at the malheur national wildlife refuge not to give up. the 69-year-old has been charged with out here. neal karlinsky abc news near burns,oregon meanwhile, cliven bundy, father of the leader of the oregon occupation, ammon bundy, has been charged for the 20-14 standoff at his ranch here in nevada. cliven bundy was arrested on wednesday in oregon after encouraging occupiers at the malheur national wildlife refuge not to give up. the 69-year-old has been
5:34 am
federal officer, obstruction, weapons charges and other crimes. a bizarre story out of ohio...where a man was shot and killed after police say he randomly attacked customers at a restaurant with a machete. "a man came in and started beating up on another man i thought it was a personal thing he just started down the row hitting everybody, people were bleeding." karen bass was a having dinner inside the nazareth mediterranean cuisine restaurant when yesterday's attack started. police say four people were taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. they say the attacker led them on a short chase after leaving the scene of the crime. the man was shot and killed after he reportedly tried to lunge at them with a machete in one hand and a knife in the other. the u-s coast guard is now inspecting that royal caribbean cruiseship after sailing through a massive
5:35 am
the ship was carrying 45-hundred passengers and 16-hundred crew members. passengers are now back on land and speaking out about the moment they felt those 30 foot waves slamming the ship -- wondering if they would make it out alive. it was absolutely terrifying. we were on the third floor with an ocean view and we literally saw the ocean with dory swimming by. butt with we're gonna figure out what exactly happened and make sure doesn't happen again. there are still many questions as to why the captain thought it would be safe to sail with warnings in the forecast. william baugartner with royal carribbean could only apologize. international ne the united nations secuity council says they will soon agree on tough new sanctions in response to north korea's recent nuclear test and long range rocket launch. officials with the u-n say they'll go beyond traditional nuclear and missile measures to demonstrate the seriousness of the test and launch. the u-s and other allies agree with the proposal
5:36 am
ally, is reluctant, fearing it would cause north korea's economy to collapse. hope is growing for peace in war-torn syria. secretary of state john kerry says major world powers have agreed to a ceasefire -- and to provide immediate aid to the country -- but much more work needs to be done. kerry told reporters in germany that diplomats are hoping it can be fully implemented in just one week, but the ceasefire doesn't apply to any terror organizations in syria. the u-s congress has repeatedly said you can't tax internet access. making it permanent. part of a new trade bill permanently bars state and local governments from taxing access to the internet. the senate passed the bill yesterday on a vote of 75-to-20. the bill already passed the house and will now go to president barack obama's desk. he is expected to sign it into law. mortgage rates fell again this week from 3.72 to 3.65 percent - the lowest level in 10 months.
5:37 am
reserve's decision to raise interest rates in december, mortgage rates continue to slide. volatility in the markets and a global economic slowdown has pushed investors towards u-s treasuries which in turn has helped keep rates low. that romantic feeling that comes with valentine's day makes it a popular time of year for couples to tie the knot. a look at how local wedding chapels and the county clerk's office are preparing for a busy weekend. it may be almost eighty degrees in southern california but the kiddos still managed to play in the snow. "you're watching kolo 8 news now good morning reno with dave lawrence, amanda sanchez and lindsey matherly with your hour by hour forecast" drones are quickly filling the skies.
5:40 am
5:41 am
love is in the air as we head into valentine's day weekend . and that romantic buzz has many couples thinking about wedding bells. as kolo 8 news now's matt vaughan explains ... it will be a busy weekend for the county clerk's office and chapels around town. the county clerks office and wedding chapels are expecting big crowds over the next few days ... especially sunday. and because of the 3 day weekend due to
5:42 am
could be a record- breaking year. ... what could be more romantic than getting married on a day centered around love? and in reno ... it's the most popular time of year to get married. "absolutely valentine's day is our busiest of the year. traditionally, we do 3 to 4 times the number of marriage licenses." and when valentine's day falls on a weekend it can create an even bigger boost in business ... especially if it's a holiday weekend. "i'm thinking we're going to have a really busy weekend on sunday. we've got extra staff coming in. i know one of the chapels told me they're booked solid. so i'm hoping for numbers, 100-150 would be great." "i think we're upping to do probably about 50 or 60 over this weekend." at wedding chapels like arch of reno ... they get couples making appointments well before the holiday. "generally 2 to 3 months we start booking up." despite the busy weekend ... the number of weddings at chapels in reno has seen a steady decline in recent years ... in part because of loosened restrictions in other states.
5:43 am
appeal to out of towners wanting to get hitched. "about 60% of our customers come from out of the general area, mostly from california, quite a few from oregon." if you plan to get marrried on valentine's day ... the county clerks office recommends that you plan ahead. "rather than waiting to get your license on valentine's day, you can come in the day before, get your marriage license and then just go straight to wherever you're having your ceremony and not worry about being late or missing your appointed time." and chapels will also be doing their part to try and keep up. "es,us time to get through our weddings, but if you want to married on valentine's day it's possible and we just do the best just go straight to wherever you're having your ceremony and not worry about being late or missing your appointed time." and chapels will also be doing their part to try and keep up. "it could take time to get marriage licenses, it could take us time to get through our weddings, but if you want to be married on valentine's day it's possible and we just do the best we can." so here's a little trivia for you amanda ... in the last 15 years, highest number of marriage licenses a valentine's day
5:44 am
facing harsh winter weather - santa maria, california is definitely not one of them. yesterday's forecast was close to 80- degrees. but parents and kids at one college didn't want to miss out on all the fun that comes with winter -so they decided to make their own fake snow. 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
5:45 am
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
5:46 am
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 temperatures are expected 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
5:47 am
confidence continues to rise. gfs/ecmwf/gem are volunteers who go above and beyond were honored at the peppermill last night. thats where 'the trauma intervention program of northern nevada' had their fifth annual awards dinner. the program started with 11 volunteers in 2009 -- now it has 32 specially trained citizens who work alongside first responders. the volunteers come at the request of emergency responders to provide emotional and practical support to survivors of tragedy. "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." the trauma intervention program is always
5:48 am
if you'd like to learn more go to kolo tv dot com. this australian boy with cystic fibrosis is a huge avengers fan and thanks to make a wish, his dreams came true. a look at the crime fighting boy's big day. he is a dog going from rags to riches. reno mayor hillary schieve delivers a proclamation going to this top dog to show the need for shelter adoptions.
5:50 am
5:51 am
batman.... and now sydney, australia has its own "iron boy"! nine-year-old dominic, who's battling cystic fibrosis, always wanted to be a superhero. so australian police and the "make-a-wish" group hatched a plan to make that happen. domenic fought villains played by actors and pulled off the rescue. he later received a special honor from police. : "it's a real pleasure. i'm really, really proud to present to you the medal of valor many celebrities sent tweets to support domenic, including robert downey junior, who plays iron man in the hit movies. one lucky dog was named mayor of reno
5:52 am
raise awareness for the spca of northern nevada. "what changes would you like to make today everett - wolf wolf wolf wolf..." this newfoundland - lab mixed named everett represents a lot of of shelter dogs.... he was adopted two years ago after a couple learned dog's like everett were less likely to be adopted. barry manilow's final concert tour has been put on hold... the medical scare that forced him to postpone shows. plus facebook is fighting back against hate. we'll tell you how.
5:53 am
5:55 am
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.
5:56 am
hey, in today's "techbytes," fighting terrorism online. >> facebook is adding a new tool in its fight to remove hate speech from its network. called counterspeech. >> it bombard extremist pages with opposing messages and images and videos of its own. >> this move by instagram making a move to compete with vine by introducing view counts for video. >> the company is betting that the counts will be so impressive that videomakers will want to post and craft clips and what's your dog face? ted cruz is a chihuahua. and john kasich is a miniature schnauzer. >> and beyond political faces, canine matches for others including pit bull as a german shepherd and pit bull is actually a german shepherd.
5:57 am
and voila! (toilet flush) if you need an opioid to manage your chronic pain, you may be sooo constipated it feels like everyone can go ...except you. tried many things? still struggling to find relief? you may have opioid-induced constipation, oic. it's different and may need a different approach. opioids block pain signals, but can also block activity in the bowel. which is why it can feel like your opioid pain med is slowing your insides to a crawl. longing for a change? have the conversation with your doctor about oic, and ask about prescription treatment options. made on behalf of those living with chronic pain
5:58 am
look, i know you're a cow and all. and you may not know what i'm talking about, but, uh. the yogurt made from your milk, is delicious.
5:59 am
6:00 am
now good morning reno." "one of us ran against barack obama. i was not that candidate." bernie sanders and hillary clinton --not 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 here on good morning reno... it's time ... i'm amanda sanchez dave and lindsey are off. let's go to lindsey matherly with a look at the forecast. above average temperatures along with light winds under high

119 Views

info Stream Only

Uploaded by TV Archive on