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there, this should prove to be a much less active week of weather than the preceding several we've experienced. northerly flow coming down the backside of the departing low pressure system will keep our temperatures on the cold side tuesday and could allow a couple of weak disturbances to drop down tuesday and late wednesday, which could spawn a few snow showers here and there, but as we head into the weekend, the skies should clear out and the temperatures will gradually rebound into the low 50s. with the snow on the ground that we have, overnight low temperatures will bottom out in the mid to low teens tuesday and rise to the 20s by midweek. while we still have a chance to get a few showers here and there, this should prove to be a much less active week of weather than the preceding several we've
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coming down the backside of the departing low pressure system will keep our temperatures on the cold side tuesday and could allow a couple of weak skies should clear out and the low teens tuesday and rise to the 20s by midweek. thanks mike... the snow may have stopped... but the roads are still causing issues for drivers tonight. amanda ketchledge is live on south virginia street in midtown, with a look at the conditions. amanda-- ari-- slush and ice built up on pavement at this intersection. and that's going to be the concern for many drivers passing through the secondary streets
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car tires breaking on ice slick conditions like this are causing many drivers to lose control on the roads. the sunshine helped melt the snow and ice throughout the valley....but come sundown, a lot of moisture remained on the streets. dennis johnson, reno: "it will freeze up again, it will be real icy come morning." this is dennis johnson's neighborhood. as you can see, slush and ice is covering the roads...so he decided not to get behind the wheel today. dennis johnson, reno: "i have chosen to stay off the roads today, since i didn't have to go anywhere." it's these residential areas and secondary streets that drivers will still see some icy spots. jordan hill, reno: "anybody is going to skid around on ice, i mean, even if you have a four by four truck, you know. but other than that, you should be fine unless you're going up in the mountains." tiffany londay commutes through the mountain pass every day for
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and today, she describes her trip through mt. rose highway, as a sheet of ice. tiffany londay, incline village: "with mt.rose, there's a lot of places that are in the shade and they don't get sun all day, so it's always dangerous." she recommends you increase your following distance and avoid braking or hitting the gas hard. and most importantly, be patient. tiffany londay, incline village : "it doesn't make a huge amount of difference on the highway, in terms of when you leave right after work or you wait until the sun's already gone down. you sort of just have to always be alert." no matter where you're driving... be sure to check the road conditions before heading out the door. you can either dial 5-1-1 or... or just head to our website k-t-v-n dot com for updates. covering storm watch, amanda ketchledge, channel 2 news. 50 inches of snow fell in the eastern sierra in january -- nearly doubling the snowpack, with two months of winter to go. snow survey so far, the snowpack is 25
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nine feet deep at mount rose. that equals about 29 inches of water. experts say this appears to be a recovery year -- after four dry winters. but the storms need to continue in order to catch up. jeff "this is great to see all the snow but a 4-year drought, you're going to just come out of it with a few good storms. it's going to take some really good winters to do that." the news is encouraging throughout the silver state -- where snowpack is 50-percent above average. that's critical for farmers and ranchers in the humboldt basin, who have had little to no water, the past few years. while this recent snow is good for the snowpack... it has caused some problems when it comes to trash pickup. waste management says service to the following areas have been delayed due to dangerously icy roads: mount rose highway... montreux.... st. james village, timberline drive... joy lake
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drive. waste management says it is working on getting to those areas as soon as possible. however... if conditions don't improve this week, they will take extra bags without excess waste stickers one week from today. and whenever winter weather comes to northern nevada and the sierra, remember to stay with channel 2 news on the air... online, on facebook and twitter for storm watch continuing coverage. the reno-sparks area is no stranger to flooding. the truckee river flood management authority is devoted to reducing the impact this kind of natural disaster can have on our area. earlier today the cities of reno, sparks and washoe county heard the latest presentation for the truckee river flood project. andi guevara has the story. 100 thousand acres of washoe county are on a floodplain, and while there has never been a flood here in an el nino year, jay aldean executive director of truckee river flood management authority says we should expect a significant one within the next four years.
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we could lose equipment, we could lose lives. it's a very devastating event. in 1997 $600 million worth of damages occurred, to just washoe county the cost to prevent the damages would be significant as well. 22 to 25 million dollars annually. money that is absolutely necessary, says sparks mayor geno martini, to protect the protect the future of the truckee meadows. martini "in the sparks industrial area alone, we have over 20 thousand jobs down there. every time we get flooded down there, some more jobs go away." proposals to pay for the truckee river flood project include increased sales tax and flood fees for businesses and residents. the exact figures have not been released, but what is available to the public are the plans for improvements from booth street in reno to just past vista in sparks. aldean "what we would do is build a series of flood walls, bridges, levies, stabilization
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riverside drive would have to be fixed". fixes and costs that will require cooperation, agreement and money. martini "to have the approval of all three entities, the county, the city of sparks, the city of reno, it won't be an easy thing to do, but we'll push toward that." mayor martini, who sits on the board of the flood management authority says an official announcement to the public could take another three to five months. covering the story, andi guevara, channel 2 news. residents of sparks already pay flood project fees ...some of which have been used for the north truckee drain relocation. for a complete look at the proposals by the flood management authority and the plans involved, visit our website at k-t-v-n dot come and click on the blue news link button. the nevada highway patrol is investigating a fatal crash that happened on 3-95... just after 2 o- clock this afternoon. n-h-p troopers say the driver of a silver honda civic, registered
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southbound on 395 when he lost control. the honda spun out before crashing into a light post on the driver's side. troopers say the driver was the only person involved in the crash. he was taken to a local hospital, where he was pronounced dead. the man's identity is being withheld, pending notification of next of kin. the candidates have had their say... and now so have voters in iowa. craig boswell will have the latest from des moines, in just 55 seconds. pancakes and eggs. bacon and sausage. coffee and oj, and a killer price.
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denny's grand slam slugger, part of the 2, 4, 6, 8 value menu. denny's. welcome to america's diner. welcome back. turning to campaign 2016... tonight iowa voters backed their candidates - at the first-in-the-nation caucuses. that's right... and they showed up in record numbers. craig boswell joins us now live from des moines, iowa... where the dust is finally settling tonight. good evening, craig. trt: 1:18 0-4 14-17 17-20
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45-52 57-1:04 cbs news projects ted cruz is the winner of the iowa republican caucus. tonight is a victory for courageous conservatives across iowa! donald trump finished second and marco rubio came in third. "i want to tell you something - i'm just honored" "we have taken the first step, but an important step." the race between hillary clinton and bernie sanders is too close to call. "it looks like we are in a virtual tie!" i am excited to really debate senator sanders about the best way forward to fight for us and america! turnout has been very high
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crowds double and triple what they expected. the gop says it saw record turnout. both republican and democratic caucus sites ran out of registration forms. narr-4 some voters - like corina oberry - changed their party affiliation on-site. "i don't hear a lot of about my kids' future coming from the republican side, so i switched to democrat tonight to support bernie sanders." democrat martin o'malley and republican mike huckabee both suspended their campaigns. other candidates have their sights on the next contest.. and are already trying to win over voters in new hampshire. thanks craig.
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biggest races in the u.s. senate this cycle - is being battled thanks craig. back here at home... one of the biggest races in the u.s. senate this cycle - is being battled out here in nevada... for senator harry reid's seat. after five terms in office... reid is leaving behind some pretty big shoes to fill. and three candidates ...so far... say they're worthy of filling them. erin breen has the update on their campaigns. of course the party wants to see that seat stay blue.. the reid machine is fully backing catherine cortez masto...who spent 8 years as our attorney general...where she fought sex offenders....human trafficking...and protected
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politics is the key. catherme cortez masto:" these are areas i have a proven record of working on in a bipartisan manner. its about building partnerships and coalitions. that's what we need in washington ....erin: and you think you can do that? i have a proven record to show it." she's for accepting syrian refugees....against ground troops in the middle east and for the affordable care act. she has been criticized by the republican senatorial committee for being conspicuously absent from actual campaign appearances. and i have to say....even reaching her for comments by phone has been difficult. congressman joe heck is a republican, a small busines owner and a brigadeer general . he also learned a lot working as an emergency room physician. joe: i learned what works and what doesn't. work and what the consequences are of delayed access to healthcare." he sees compromise as the answer to both healthcare and immigration reform. and bill tarbellis is a republican and a constitutionalist. bill tarbell:"i am not a part of
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establishment whatever you want to call it. i am a person who is clearly committed to constitutional principles and values. i will follow those...i will stick to them. that's my platform." tarbell is against allowing syryan refugees accesss.. tarbell is against allowing tarbell is against allowing syryan refugees accesss.. and values. i will follow those...i will stick to them. that's my platform." tarbell is against allowing three candidates so far....others have until march 18th to file. covering campaign 2016 erin breen channel 2 news. still to come on channel 2 news at 11 - the world health organization has declared a global state of emergency - in connection with the zika virus. what you need to know, coming up. mike will have a look at your forecast after the break.... but first - we've got the highlights from tonight's annual "state of
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we'll show you some ambitious new plans for washoe county school district, next. "this is channel 2 news at 11, northern nevada's number one newscast, with arianna bennett, landon miller, sports with
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welcome back... in school watch-- tonight we heard from the washoe county superintendent about the future of the school district... in the annual "state of education" address. that's right-- and she's got some big goals for the district... including a 90 percent graduation rate by the year 2020. i asked her... considering the district hit 75 percent this past year... how possible that is. traci: "i believe that we have to aim high for kids, and i don't have a low expectation for not one kid in our district. if we hit 88, i'm good, but we have to have the high target." along with boosting graduation rates-- davis plans on further restructuring the special education program... and getting all schools trained in social and emotional learning techniques. she also had a big announcement to make-- stacie mathewson, the founder of "transforming youth recovery"...
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million dollar donation to the district... to develop new programs catered to student mental health. traci: "we know that we are doing a fantastic job of closing academic gaps, but the kids have these other gaps related to social, emotional needs, and those are the gaps we really need to attack, so we can continue on this pathway." finally-- davis addressed what she calls the biggest challenge facing the district now-- overcrowding. traci: "we are bursting at the seams. and we have been for decades. it's not a new problem." there's a committee of community members working to get a question on the ballot in november... which would raise taxes for new school buildings. davis says-- if that doesn't pass... schools will have to go to multi-track systems... or even double sessions. "channel 2 news continues with chief meteorologist mike alger's pinpoint 2 forecast, broadcast certified by the american meteorological society!" while we still have a chance to get a few showers here and
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much less active week of weather than the preceding several we've experienced. northerly flow coming down the backside of the departing low pressure system will keep our temperatures on the cold side tuesday and could allow a couple of weak disturbances to drop down tuesday and late wednesday, which could spawn a few snow showers here and there, but as we head into the weekend, the skies should clear out and the temperatures will gradually rebound into the low 50s. with the snow on the ground that we have, overnight low temperatures will bottom out in the mid to low teens tuesday and rise to the 20s by
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while we still have a chance to get a few showers here and there, this should prove to be a much less active week of weather
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experienced. northerly flow coming down the backside of the departing low pressure system will keep our temperatures on the cold side tuesday and could allow a couple of weak disturbances to drop down tuesday and late wednesday, which could spawn a few snow showers here and there, but as we head into the weekend, the skies should clear out and the temperatures will gradually rebound into the low 50s. with the snow on the ground that we have, overnight low temperatures will bottom out in the mid to low teens tuesday and rise to
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thanks mike. after the break - there may still be six days until the super bowl... but fans in san jose got a preview tonight. we've got the details on an
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welcome back. in health watch tonight... the world health organization is declaring the zika outbreak a global health emergency. the agency says the mosquito- borne virus is spreading rapidly... ...and the lack of a vaccine or population immunity spurred the w-h-o into action. dr. chan: "i am now declaring that the recent cluster of microcephaly and other neurological abnormalities reported in latin america following a similar cluster in french polynesia in 20-14 constitutes a public health emergency of international concern."
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there could be at least 3-million zika infections over the next year. zika is linked to a birth defect that leads to babies being born with abnormally small heads. there are also reports of a serious neurological condition in areas where zika has been confirmed. however, there is no conclusive link between zika and that condition. in money watch... gas prices are still falling here in nevada as prices remain low entering february. according to gas buddy dot com... the average price of regular unleaded in the silver state is now 2 dollars and 27 cents a gallon... down more than 6 cents in the past week. nationwide the average fell two and a half cents to a dollar 80 on average. that's the lowest start to february since 2009. the super bowl is just six days away, and the carolina panthers and denver broncos made their first official appearance at the media day event... which is often full of surprises...
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conference in san jose... and has the latest. 00-10 12-18 27-35 34-43 trt1:15 super bowl media day has become as much a spectacle for the players ... as it is for the reporters. broncos qb peyton manning sidestepped all questions about retiring. sot: peyton manning/broncos quarterback i haven't made my mind up. i don't see myself knowing that until the end of the year. for the panthers...their quarterback.. cam newton also attracted hordes of media and plenty of questions. question: how do you train to be a great quarterback. sot: cam newton/panthers quarterback i don't think you train to be, it is just you train to be great in anything else, you have to put your mind to it. first off you got to enjoy doing it. fans had to pay to see this annual media frenzy, but for some.. it is the closest they will ever get to an nfl player. question: is it crazier than you thought it would be? sot: steve alavi/panthers fan a little bit yeah. honestly i got the tickets and didn't know what to expect. i am really happy with what is unfolding so far.
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media day for the first time ever, airing it live on the n-f-l network. players were required to be here for one hour , but fiedling questions from miss universe helped pass the time. nat player's laughing track: the teams get an off day tuesday.and then.. get down to the business of winning super bowl 50. teri okita, cbs news, san jose dallas colodny: super bowl 50 is right around the corner and of course there's a pair of former nevada wolf pack guys playing in their second super bowl in 3-years...we caught up with virgil green and brandon marshall....i'm dallas colodny and hear from them coming up in sports. you know the basic bargain of america is if you work hard, and you do your part, you should be able to get ahead and stay ahead. but so many families don't feel like their hard work pays off.
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i want to go to bat for them every single day. get incomes rising... get equal pay for women... cut the cost of health care and child care so people can actually get ahead. hillary clinton, she has what it takes to get things done.
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"now, here's sports director garrett dearborn, with channel 2 sports" they have kicked off super bowl week over in the bay area and dallas colodny took a trip over the hill to catch up with a few former nevada stars, including a reed alum.. super bowl 50 is almost here...we are in san jose at super bowl opening night which is monday night and all the denver broncos and carolina panthers will be speaking to the media. we also caught up with some former wolf pack guys like brandon marshall who actually has his own podium, how cool is that? him virgil green is here and former reed high and nevada wolf pack star kyle roberts are all here. we caught up with all of them and they told us just how excited they are to be at super bowl 50. hey definitely. it feels great man. uh god is good, i've worked extremely hard for this and now i'm here.
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this...the gifts? thats the main thing i love all the gifts. and being so close to home. being so close to reno. it's a great feeling. i mean its a dream come true playing in the nfl. a plus is playing in the super bowl i guess. it's just an incredible experience. you could never imagine it happening. i mean once you them in camp you start to see the scenarios like this...but for it to actually happen is crazy. dallas: so we have much more content for you this week leading up to super bowl 50. which as a reminder you can watch right here on ktvn. kick off is at 3:30....dallas colodny channel 2 sports. and of course you can see the game right here on channel 2....the panthers and broncos will go at it sunday at 3-30....coverage beigins at 8am the carson crusher was back in
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the carson crusher was back in northern nevada this morning for the reno aces second hot stove luncheon....5-time all-star and carson alum matt williams is back with the diamondbacks as third base coach after being fired as manager of the washington nationals. williams spent 2-seasons in washington where he earned national league manager of the year in 2014 leading the team to the best record in the league.....but after a dissappointing 2015...the club went in another direction...we asked him if he got a fair shake in the capitol. that's in the past. what i'm looking forward to now is helping us win. and so i get a chance to do that. it's exciting for me to jump out of bed and work with this group. because it's special. so i'm excited about that. we'll let that be in the past and look
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when asked about being a manager again, he said you never know what opportunities will come (vo) if you have type 2 diabetes, you may know what it's like to deal with high... and low blood sugar. januvia (sitagliptin) is a once-daily pill that, along with diet and exercise, helps lower blood sugar. januvia works when your blood sugar is high and works less when your blood sugar is low, because it works by enhancing your body's own ability to lower blood sugar. plus januvia, by itself, is not likely to cause weight gain or low blood sugar (hypoglycemia). januvia should not be used in patients with type 1 diabetes or diabetic ketoacidosis. tell your doctor if you have a history of pancreatitis. serious side effects can happen, including pancreatitis which may be severe and lead to death. stop taking januvia and call your doctor right away if you have severe pain in your stomach area which may be pancreatitis. tell your doctor right away and stop taking januvia if you have an allergic reaction that causes swelling of the face, lips, tongue, or throat, or affects your breathing or causes rash or hives.
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have been reported. some people may develop severe joint pain. call your doctor if this happens. using januvia with a sulfonylurea or insulin may cause low blood sugar. to reduce the risk, your doctor may prescribe a lower dose of the sulfonylurea or insulin. your doctor may do blood tests before and during treatment to check your kidneys. if you have kidney problems a lower dose may be prescribed. side effects may include upper respiratory tract infection, stuffy or runny nose, sore throat, and headache. for help lowering your blood sugar talk to your doctor about januvia. thanks garrett. mike has a last check of your forecast-- while we still have a chance to get a few showers here and there, this should prove to be a much less active week of weather than the preceding several we've experienced. northerly flow coming down the backside of the departing low pressure system
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the cold side tuesday and could allow a couple of weak disturbances to drop down tuesday and late wednesday, which could spawn a few snow showers here and there, but as we head into the weekend, the skies should clear out and the temperatures will gradually rebound into the low 50s. with the snow on the ground that we have, overnight low temperatures will bottom out in the mid to >> stephen colbert! ( band playing intro music ) ( cheers and applause ) captioning sponsored by cbs >> stephen: hey! hey! whoa sphwhvment. ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: thank you, so much. thank you, out there.
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