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remain a few degrees above seasonal averages on tuesday before increasing well above average into the start of the weekend. the next chance for light valley inversions this week. limited mixing in the lower atmosphere the republican presidential candidates are rallying voters in nevada ahead of tonight's "first in the west" republican caucuses there. meanwhile, the democratic candidates are courting african- american voters ahead of their next contest in south carolina with the help of some hollywood heavyweights. abc's bazi kanani brings us the latest on the race for the white house. script: the frontrunner heading into tonight's nevada republican caucus with a double- digit lead is fired up. short sot and riled up-- after a protestor interrupts him. i'd like to punch him in the face. i'll tell you. donald trump also unleashes on ted cruz: this guy is sick. there is something wrong with this guy. attacking the senator after his campaign
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to fire his communications director for retweeting a student newspaper report that falsely claimed this video shows marco rubio disparaging the bible to the cruz staffer reading it. this morning i asked for rick tyler's resignation. i made clear in this campaign we will conduct this campaign with the very highest standards of integrity. cruz hopes to put the latest controversy behind him... and to halt marco rubio's momentum. the florida senator is gaining a slew of endorsements after he managed a strong showing in south carolina... while jeb bush bowed out. of the people left in this race, of the people left in this race, no one can unite this movement or this party faster than i can. and we have to unite. if we're still fighting with each other in september and in october, we're going to lose. on the democratic side... bernie sanders and hillary clinton bring hollywood star power to their campaigns. clinton... stops by the set of "scandal," and launches a new ad featuring the voice of actor morgan freeman. sanders on the trail with actor danny glover? and gains the support of spike lee who is voicing new radio ads.
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the caucus begins.. the republican candidates are working hard to get your vote. donald trump and ted cruz are making appearances in northern nevada today... in fact kolo news now's paul harris is live at the nugget we're a trump rally will get underway at noon. donald trump will be at the nugget casino resort at noon. ted cruz also making some caucus day appearances. he is in minden at noon and carson city later on this afternoon. and if you'd like to participate in the
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start at 5 tonight. that depends on your county. you can check that information as well as by the information on the candidate visits by heading to kolo tv dot com. live at the nugget... paul harris... kolo 8 news now. by the information on the candidate visits by heading to kolo tv dot com. live at the nugget... paul harris... kolo 8 news resort at noon. ted cruz also making some caucus day appearances. he is in minden at noon and carson city later on this afternoon. and if you'd like to participate in the caucus... they generally start at 5 tonight. that depends on your county. you can check that information as well as by the information on the candidate visits by heading to kolo tv dot com. live at the nugget... paul harris... kolo 8 news
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a 38-year-old ohio man has plead guilty to fraud for illegally collected unemployment benefits from the state of nevada while in jail. authorities say jesse michael whitlock committed the theft between december 2010 and august 2011. authorities also say nedine renee christunas helped whitlock obtain the state assistance by filing the fake unemployment claims. as part of his plea.. whitlock will pay back more than $13,000 to the nevada department of employment, training and rehabilitation. he will be sentenced in june. a warrant for the arrest of christunas is outstanding... and she remains at large. police say the owner of lake tahoe brewing company, michael candelario is now facing felony charges after he allegedly sold 45- thousand dollars worth of canning equipment to a company in canada and never actually arranged to
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delivered. candelario was arrested at lake tahoe brewing company yesterday. lake tahoe brewing has been closed since last month due to a boiler problem. the search is on for a man in connection with a high speed chase through reno. it all started in a carson city liquor store where a 26- hundred dollar bottle of liquor was stolen. that's when an off duty police officer saw a car speeding up to 100 miles per hour on i-580. the driver ended up hitting another car near meadowood mall interchange. the two suspects ended up at the grand sierra resort where they ditched the car and took off running. the driver was arrested, but police are still looking for the other man. he's been described as a hispanic or white male adult initially thought to be wearing a red shirt and late observed by security to have lost the red shirt and now wearing a green shirt if you have any information about this incident call secret witness at 322-4900. the nevada highway patrol says 55 year old melanie marnne-lawson was the woman killed in
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between college parkway and arrowhead drive last friday. they say she was driving in the fast lane when she drove into the left shoulder. she overcorrected and drove across all the southbound lanes and hit a concrete wall. she was taken to a hospital where she died from her injuries. this crash is still under investigation. washoe county school officials are investigating some vandalism at sarah winnemucca elementary school over the weekend. police say someone broke into the school, but it's not clear if anything was taken. if you have any information, call the school or secret witness 322-4900. the funeral for nevada senator debbie smith will be at sparks high school this sunday at noon. smith died sunday from brain cancer. her family asks in lieu of flowers, donations can be made in her name to the doctor marnie rose foundation, which supports brain tumor research. she began treatment for a malignant brain tumor one year ago. the democrat was was first elected to the state assembly in 2000 and won a seat in the senate in 2012.
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the state have expressed sorrow over her passing. she was 60 years old. looking for a perfect summer job? the reno aces are hosting a job fair this saturday. it's going on from 10 a-m to 2 p-m at the aces ballpark. jobs up for grabs include ushers, ticket- takers, event security and valet parking. if you're interested and are over 18 years old applications are available at kolo tv dot com... just click on hot topics. you can also pick one up at the aces seurity office monday through friday. the aces will open their 2016 season on thursday april 7th against the el paso chihuahuas here in reno. you have a chance to help support the honor guard of the reno police department today. the milan institue on kietzke lane is giving all the proceeds from services to the honor guard that includes hair, skin, nail and massage treatments. services will begin at 10:30 this morning and go on until 8 p-m. the entire town of kalamazoo on edge after saturday's
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what new information is being revealed about that fateful day. and this crane catches fire and comes crashing down near a luxury apartment building in australia. 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
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and now your kolo 8 hour-by-hour weather forecast with lindsey matherly. high pressure will strengthen over the sierra and western nevada bringing dry conditions
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temperatures will remain a few degrees above seasonal averages on tuesday before increasing well above average into the start of the weekend. the next chance for light precipitation will be saturday. dry conditions with unseasonably mild temperatures will prevail this week as a ridge of high pressure remains in control of the large scale pattern. breezy conditions may develop this evening along the ridge tops as an upper level jet shifts east while the ridge begins to build overhead. the ridge will amplify through thursday which will result in high temperatures warming 10-15 degrees above seasonal averages into the start of the weekend. high temperatures
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the low to mid 50s across much of the region. temperatures will then steadily climb in the mid and upper 60s across western nevada by thursday with lower 60s for sierra valleys. the amplifying high pressure ridge will also promote strengthening valley inversions this week. limited mixing in the lower atmosphere may result in some reduced air quality in valley locations particularly tuesday with some deeper mixing expected past midweek. otherwise, mostly clear skies expected through tuesday with increasing high clouds moving in along the periphery of the ridge by wednesday. rescue workers in fiji say they're still trying to reach the outer islands... to assess the damage from tropical cyclone winston. the storm is the most powerful ever in the southern hemisphere. at least 28 people were killed when the cyclone hit fiji saturday night. jessica mutch accompanies families as
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left of their homes. jessica mutch tvnz reporter marama dunn cyclone survivor melanie gaunavou cyclone survivor milakere katonivualiku cyclone survivor --reporter pkg-as follows-- going back to see what's left standing of the family home isn't easy... "i'm just happy were alive, for the children, you know." they were standing in the living room sheltering the pram of their 1-year-old daughter... when the windows blew in and roof was swept away. they ran for their lives. "i was afraid." even for the toughest characters it's not easy coming to terms with losing everything. and this family isn't alone... this home here has had its roof completely ripped off. we found out that there are 700 homes here in rakiraki that have been completely destroyed.
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evacuation centres... they're trying to come to terms with the tragedy. "it's been, it's an experience of a lifetime." "only god help us, nearly died, the flood come in my place and thick, in the town." it's emotional for the people of rakiraki because the community have been cut off since the cyclone. because this bridge was damaaged... now it's open. they're in desperate need of supplies. "no water whole place, only dirty water, only the rain water we just collecting it for the safety of the children." "the help we need is just with the basic necessities if they could just help, because it's not just us." torrential rain has flooded low lying areas and that's causing concern for health and sanitation too. it's not easy for the people of rakiraki... but they now know that help is coming their way. terrifying moments in australia... when this massive crane collapsed at a construction site in melbourne. the whole thing-- caught on camera. it happened after a fire broke out ten stories up. as the flames spread, the crane's giant arm came crashing to the ground. fortunately no one was
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officials believe the incident was the result of an electrical fire that started in the crane's motor. president obama called for the closure of guantanamo bay this morning. we look at his plan for he plans to make it happen and american chololate maker mars is recalling candy bars in 55 countries. announcer: "for news while you're on the move, listen to our news
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illegal hunting is an increasing problem in africa. abc's tj holmes is in south africa this morning, with more on the efforts to stop it. script: they look like soldiers ... but they're actually park rangers in south africa... and this is their battlefield tj: "what's the bigger threat to
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ranger: it's the poachers definitely. the poachers, they've got deadly weapons, it's the poachers." i'm on patrol with rangers at hluhluwe- imfolozi park, the oldest game reserve in africa. armed poachers come after rhino every night on these grounds. tonight, the rangers have air support. this is the latest attempt to combat the killing of rhinos in south africa. the project is called air shepherd. drones with infrared cameras patrol from the air and send back images in real time to a mobile command center where a team, in close contact, monitors them. look closely...those white dots. that's me and the rangers on patrol. but if a poacher is spotted, the drone team can tell the rangers where to go to intercept. south africa is home to
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rhino population. but they're facing extinction in the wild because of their highly coveted horns. cities footage from asia the high demand comes from asia where the horns are believed to have medicinal powers? nats man mixing up the horn this man says he heard from friends that it can cure diseases... he mixes up the horn and puts it in a drink? julian radeneyer j: there is no scientific proof that rhino horn has any medicinal benefits. but people firmly believe that rhino horn does have the attributes it's said to have. it's the same as telling a christian jesus christ doesn't exist. rhino poaching has reached unprecedented levels in south africa. ten years ago 25 rhinos were poached and the number last year was a staggering 1,175 i met with a former poacher who has asked
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through a translator, he says he's killed at least 50 rhinos to help feed his family tj: did you ever feel bad for what you were doing for killing these animals? he says? "at times i would feel sorry for the animals but i had to do what i had to do." park rangers say trying to save the rhino from poachers is like fighting a war? tj: some would say they're getting close to wiping the rhino off the planet?and you all are fighting that battle right now.
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ranger: we are trying?yeah its february 19, 2016 name: jackson, michael height: 5' 10" weight: 145 age: 21 sex: male eyes: brown hair: black race: black birth date: 8/10/1994 tattoos: chest: five starts; l arm: city; r arm: sem supervision start: 9/23/14 aliases: see below vehicles: unknown
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motor vehicle & conspiracy to commit robbery original offenses: on september 23, 2014, mr. jackson was convicted of unlawful taking of a motor vehicle . he was placed on probation and began supervision with the division of parole and probation. on october 1, 2014, the sparks police department responded to the report of a battery involving 4 male subjects and a male victim. it was discovered the victim had been attacked by multiple assailants, struck and kicked repeatedly, knocked to the ground and robbed. the victim, who had been taken to the intensive care unit, suffered a fractured rib and severe head injuries including a his head. mr. jackson was identified as being involved, was arrested, convicted, and placed on probation. comments: in april 2015, mr. jackson stopped reporting to the
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been unsuccessful. his current whereabouts are unknown. the violence of mr. jackson's offense coupled with the fact that he is a documented gang member classifies him as dangerous. if you have any information as to the whereabouts of this subject, please contact the division of parole and probation, fugitive apprehension unit at 684-2644. aliases: michael jones, michael maurice jackson, marques johnson, marques jackson. lisa pierrott, parole and probation name: jackson, michael height: 5' 10" weight: 145 age: 21 sex: male eyes: brown hair: black race: black birth date: 8/10/1994 tattoos: chest: five starts; l arm: city; r arm: sem supervision start: 9/23/14
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announcer: "you're watching kolo 8 news now midday." welcome back to kolo- eight-news-now midday. i'm dave lawrence.
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matherly with a look at the forecast. high pressure will strengthen over the sierra and western nevada bringing dry conditions through the work week. temperatures will remain a few degrees above seasonal averages on tuesday before increasing well above average into the start of the weekend. the next chance for light precipitation will be saturday. dry conditions with unseasonably mild temperatures will prevail this week as a ridge of high pressure remains in control of the large scale pattern. breezy conditions may develop this evening along the ridge tops as an upper level jet shifts east while the ridge begins to build overhead. the ridge will amplify through thursday which will result in high temperatures warming new details are emerging about the suspect in that deadly shooting in michigan. he's now charged with killing 6 people and injuring 2 others. investigators say the uber driver has admitted to his rampage and now we are learning what the
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just hours before the shooting. abc's elizabeth hur is in new york with the latest. jason dalton murder suspect andrew jamieson best man at jason dalton's wedding kacey black kalamazoo township, mi vickie koph abigail's mother: elizabeth hur abc news, new york elizabeth pkg: charged with 6 murders and facing life in prison.. judge: "do you understand the charges? dalton: yes sir." uber driver jason dalton showed no emotion.. dalton: "i would prefer just to remain silent." and revealed no new details during his arraigment but prosecutors say the 45-year-old admitted to investigators "he took people's lives". dalton's friends say they are in disbelief. andrew jamieson/best man at dalton's wedding: "he was very quiet and reserved. not afraid to speak his mind, but definitely not out to ever cause anybody trouble." according to the detroit free press dalton once worked as an insurance adjustor is married and the father of a 10 and 15 year old..
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from a local gun shop owner dalton stopped in about once a month and bought a tactical jacket there just hours before the shooting.. kacey black, kalamazoo township; "screeching like you would not believe." kacey black says she called 911 to report dalton's erratic driving that saturday afternoon. uber confirms getting reports about dalton during the attacks but maintains those were the first complaints about him. dalton stands accused of shooting 8 people at 3 separate locations killing 6 and injuring 2 including a 14-year-old girl in critical condition initially believed to be brain-dead. vickie koph, abigail's mother: "abigail is strong. everybody needs to get that straight, my daughter is not dead." elizabeth hur tag: authorities say dalton is cooperating but still not talking about a possible motive. he's due back in court next thursday. eh, abc news, ny. president obama on tuesday called for the closure of guantanamo bay. the plan comes seven years after obama made an oval office vow to permanently shutter the prison. previewing a new argument that the administration hopes will help its efforts to close the prison... obama spoke to the cost of keeping the facility in
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than 100 prisoners remaining there. "guantanamo harms our partnerships with allies in other countries, whose cooperation we need against terrorism. when i talk to other world leaders they bring up the fact that guantanamo is not resolved. moreover, keeping this facility open is contrary to our values it undermines our standing in the eh world. it is viewed as a stain on our broader record of upholding the highest standards of rule of law." the plan involves transferring the bulk of remaining detainees to other countries and moving the rest -- who can't be transferred abroad because they're deemed too dangerous -- to an as-yet- undetermined detention facility in the united states. senate majority leader mitch mcconnell made his most definitive statement yet that the senate will not act on a potential supreme court nominee submitted by president
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statement on the senate floor, mcconnell bluntly warned the white house that the gop-controlled senate would not act on anyone he chooses to sit on the high court. "presidents have a right to nominate just as the senate has its constitutional right to provide or withhold consent. in this case, the senate will withhold it." a teenager injured in a helicopter crash-- caught on camera--has died. the 16-year-old boy was one of 5 people on board the chopper when it went down last thursday in hawaii. he was pulled from the water, still strapped into his seat. two other family members remain in the hospital. a third has already been released. the crash happened near the u-s-s arizona memorial in hawaii. u.s. chocolate maker mars is recalling some candy bars and other items in 55 countries.. this after plastic was found in one of its products. the german d-p-a news agency... citing mars in
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voluntary recall affects products produced early this year in the netherlands. the dutch food safety authority posted what it said was a mars press release on its website.. saying a piece of plastic had been found in a product that could lead to choking. it listed affected products as: mars, milky way, snickers, celebrations, and mini mix. 1sho "free shipping" just got a little harder to come by for amazon's non- prime shoppers. shipping-vo if you spend enough money on the web retailer.. you get free shipping. but amazon just raised the minimum amount... so now you'll have to shell out 49 dollars before an order ships for free... the previous minimum was 35 dollars. it's not clear when amazon made the change. amazon prime memberships... which cost 99-bucks a year... are not affected. another warning for skiers and snowboarders before you hit the slopes a 10-year old girl suddenly falls through a snow hole.. teh frantic race to rescue her all caught on camera and we have some tips
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but first... lindsey matherly will be back with your complete
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rescue in california's sierra mountains. a 10-year old girl suddenly falling through a snow hole... into freezing cold water... her father trying desperately to pull her out. help arriving just in time. abc's kayna whitworth has the story script:
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frantically to save his 10 year old girl......from freezing water and hypothermia. samantha sot: "i was scared and calling out for help// my feet were freezing this morning samantha white telling speaking out after falling though this hole in the snow?.. . samantha sot: "at first i thought it was just like an indent but i fell in and i felt one of my legs hanging." samantha's father scrambling to help?... "i stuck out the snow poll for her to grab and she wasn't strong enough to hold on// i noticed she was starting to sink." luckily a search and rescue team was nearby on an overnight training exercise. thomas jordan emergency service coordinator for marin county "if not for the actions of the marin county search and rescue team samantha's disposition might be quite different." authorities say a bridge underneath the weight of all that snow had collapsed; creating an
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manhole ? samantha had fallen 10 feet below the surface of the snow ? this morning thankful for her rescuers. samantha sot: i was happy that they were training there kayna whitworth abc news los angeles. and now your kolo 8 hour-by-hour weather forecast with lindsey matherly. high pressure will strengthen over the sierra and western nevada bringing dry conditions through the work week. temperatures will remain a few degrees above seasonal averages on tuesday before increasing well above average into the start of the weekend. the next chance for light precipitation will be saturday. dry conditions with unseasonably mild temperatures will prevail this week as a ridge of high pressure remains in control of the large scale pattern. breezy
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ridge tops as an upper level jet shifts east while the ridge begins to build overhead. the ridge will amplify through thursday which will result in high temperatures warming 10-15 degrees above seasonal averages into the start of the weekend. high temperatures tuesday will remain in the low to mid 50s across much of the region. temperatures will then and upper 60s across western nevada 60s for sierra valleys. the amplifying high pressure ridge will also valley inversions this week. limited mixing in may result in some reduced air quality in particularly tuesday with some deeper mixing
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otherwise, mostly clear skies expected through tuesday with increasing high clouds moving in along the periphery of the ridge by wednesday. water supply in flint may have you wondering how safe the water is from your own faucet at home? seth kovar has some tips for how you can safeguard you and your family. --reporter pkg-as follows-- the water crisis in flint, michigan may have you wondering -- are there dangerous levels of lead in my water at home? experts say there are things you can do to empower yourself: start by calling your local water supplier and asking for their latest consumer confidence report -- if you get your water from a private well look for information on the e-p-a's website.
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billion -- call the supplier and demand action. if you want to test your water yourself -- your supplier may come out and do it for free. if that's not an option you can get a testing kit from a home improvement store. if you do that -- make sure to use "first draw water" -- the very first water to come out of your pipes after sitting overnight. you'll then send samples off to a certified lab -- you can find a list on the e-p-a's website. while you wait the c-d-c has instructions on how to protect yourself from potentially dangerous levels of lead. i'm seth kovar. he is best known as "the most interesting man in the world" but this morning the dos equis man is entering a legal battel with his talent agency and university of tennessee coaches are speaking out about the sexual harassment lawsuit facing the school and famous alum
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now to the latest on peyton manning... under growing scrutiny because of a sexual harassment lawsuit against his alma mater.. the university of tennessee. that suit bringing up an accusation made against him twenty years ago by a female trainer... and this morning.. coaches at the university are speaking out. abc's ryan smith here with the latest. script: this morning - 16 head coaches at the university of tennessee - expected to hold a joint press conference for the first time since six women...filed a lawsuit alleging the university violated title ix by creating a hostile environment for women. nats u of tn football game
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coach butch jones made his first public comments regarding the suit saturday - defending the football program. tennessee football coach butch jones "we've worked very hard to build our culture?we'll continue to defend it" the plantiffs allege that the school acted with "deliberate indifference in its response to incidents of sexual assault" . and among those major athletes cited in the filing...peyton manning - the good guy quarterback fresh off his super bowl win. in which a highly regarded female trainer claimed manning sexually assaulted her while at the university of tennessee, claims manning strenuously denied. sot christine brennan "it took social media to make this a news story it's been out there it's a story that is potentially incredibly damaging to peyton manning. regarded female trainer claimed manning sexually assaulted her while at the university
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denied. sot christine brennan "it took social media to make this a news story it's been out there it's a story that is potentially incredibly damaging to peyton manning. sports reporter erin andrews appeared in court today for her civil lawsuit against the nashville marriott at vanderbilt university. in the 75 million dollar suit, andrews says the hotel made it easy for a "peeping tom" to record naked videos of her. in 2008.. michael david barrett booked a room next to andrews and recorded her using a room door peephole he'd altered to allow him to see into her room. two years later.. he plead guilty and received a sentence of 30 months in prison. in her suit.. andrews claims the hotel and its managers gave her room number to barrett and let him book a room next to her. the suit also claims invasion of privacy and infliction of emotional distress. the trial is expected to take two weeks. now to a bitter legal battle.. between that guy you've seen in the dos equis ads.. and his
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in the ads... jonathan goldsmith is called "the most interesting man in the world"... in court filings... he's being called a "deadbeat". abc's nick watt has the story script: upsound: "he can speak french and russian. he is the most interesting man in the world." but the man who's played him for 10 years, jonathan goldsmith: now knee-deep in the most interesting? legal battle. upsound: "i prefer dos equis" "apparently goldsmith's preference for dos equis intoxicated him into believing that he could ignore his promises," reads a complaint filed by his manager since 2002, who's claiming the captivating chap owes him a cut of close to $2 million in beer money. upsound: "i don't always drink beer?" ... or, apparently always pay that manager. he stopped in november 2014. upsound: "his two cents is worth $37 and change." the suit declaring: "there is nothing interesting about being a deadbeat..." refers to goldsmith as "the least honorable man in the entertainment business". upsound: "the last time he flirted with danger, danger got clingy." goldsmith just counter-sued his now ex-manager. sot - william j. briggs, ii / jonathan goldsmith's attorney: "he had absolutely nothing to do with it // in 2006, my client's wife was working at the company // she was the one that put together that deal // and jonathan continued to pay commission until he felt that enough had been paid." goldsmith claims by dishing details and dollars involved, his now ex-manager is
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calls him: "a failed 'c' list actor? now a failed personal manager." upsound: "stay thirsty, my friends." sot - william j. briggs, ii / jonathan goldsmith's attorney: "as one of the calls him: "a failed 'c' list actor? now a failed personal manager." upsound: "stay thirsty, my friends." sot - william j. briggs, ii / jonathan goldsmith's attorney: "as one of the most interesting men in the world: he is a fighter."
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from a gorilla baby to a gorilla suit.... to a unique workout... jeremy roth has it all . --reporter pkg-as follows-- take a look at this adorable baby gorilla! she was delivered via c- section at england's bristol zoo gardens less than two weeks ago. the procedure is rarely used on gorillas... but the zoo made the decision when the mother started showing symptoms of a life- threatening condition. both mama and baby are fine... and are being closely monitored by the zoo's veterinary team. from a baby gorilla to this... no... it's not a scene from planet of the apes. that is an astronaut on the international space station dressed as a gorilla. he bursts out of a bag... and appears to terrorize another crew member. earth-bound mark kelly tweeted the video monday. here's a workout almost anyone can get on board with! the wine workout!
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quick exercise video to her facebook page. using wine as motivation. the california mom received a not-so- sobering response to the workout -- . the clip has been viewed more than 18-million times. i'm jeremy roth. lindsey matherly is back with another look at our forecast. high pressure will strengthen over the sierra and western nevada bringing dry conditions through the work week. temperatures will remain a few degrees above seasonal averages on tuesday before increasing well above average into the start of the weekend. the next chance for light precipitation will be saturday. dry conditions with unseasonably mild temperatures will prevail this week as a ridge of high 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.
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