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trooper eddie bowers, nhp: "if they get stopped and the officer believes in fact that they have been drinking, using drugs, or something of that nature, they can expect after a field sobriety testing and things to be arrested for dui." nhp says they will be on the look out for failed traffic stops, speeding and other characteristics of impaired drivers. because they say this weekend is one of the times of the year where they see an increased amount of dui's. troopers are also passing along tips for you to stay safe. designate a driver before the drinking starts....whether it be a friend, taxi, ride share or public transportation. you can also report drunk drivers to nhp by dialing 6-4-7. trooper eddie bowers, nhp: "what we ask motorists is to just make sure they're enjoying, having a good time at the game, just enjoy the game responsibly." good tips to reminder because troopers also tell us a dui will cost you thousands of dollars, a trip to jail and a suspended driver's license for at least 90 days. covering super bowl 50,
something that stays pretty constant with super bowl ....is the food. super bowl weekend is a significant moneymaker for local grocery stores. so we sent erin breen to save mart to find out what people are stocking up on. she joins us tonight from save mart on pyramid highway in spanish springs. so what's hot this year? every thing you'd expect....and a few things i guess i never really thought about...like napkins. because chicken wings are bigger than ever. in fact so is superbowl as a holiday for stores like this. scanning merchandise. the sale of super bowl snack adds up pretty quickly. in fact.. on average super bowl fans will be spending more than $80 each on snacks....all kinds of snacks.
wings. the amount chicken wings sold is amazing around the country for super bowl." according to shape.com this weekend... this country ....will eat 1.25 billion chicken wings....that's billion with a b. which may be why they were so big with tasters today. --would you like to taste a chicken wing?--- chips? just look around. there are at least 20 varieties in this aisle. we'll eat 28-thousand pounds of chips with that chicken... which we will dip into 8-thousand pounds of guacamole and salsa. everyone seems to have their own menu. rosanna:"potatoes...and oh...cookies." justin: crab rangoons...i'm making them. rosanna: "and sliders and french fries." ---i'm making turkey chili--- when you go shopping expect to see lots of football displays ....football shaped trays...sandwiche s and sweets. there'll be prepackaged snack plates to make them easy to contributue to any party around.
football fans. because this is not just any weekend. hohn: super bowl has become a holiday ..you know thanksgiving...christma s valentine's day and now super bowl is basically a holiday anymore." and this rush has just begun. john: "it'll really take off tonight and for the next three days...it'll be crazy!" you might also keep in mind that once you've washed all those snacks down with with an estimated 325 million gallons of beer and alcohol.... you just might appreciate having a handful of these on hand. now i still got a few things to pick up....so i'll send it back to you.... covering superbowl 50....erin breen... channel 2 news. for those who don't usually gamble, the super bowl is the
a few bucks to get in on the action. sports books are getting ready for the big crowd of people that don't come to the casino often. steve mikkelson- "if you're not going to make a wager on the big game, you're not going to make a wager on anything. this is the one event everyone pays attention to." the proposition bets are especially popular with wagers such as "will the first player to score a touchdown have an odd or even jersey number?" for the more experienced gambler, the super bowl is a time to not just have a good time, but to score at the sports book. leo carr- "to make money. at a party they won't be taking bets. over here it will be a great environment, everybody will be rooting. it's like it's own party. you can watch super bowl 50 only on "c-b-s"... coverage begins at 8 a-m sunday and kickoff is at 3-30. cbs sunday morning will start at 6 a-m... and face the
candidates hillary clinton and bernie sanders will appear on face the nation. after some overnight and morning cloudiness, the skies should clear off as saturday progresses, and we will be looking at a mostly sunny super bowl weekend. temperatures will also warm up into the low 50s through sunday, and steadily climb into the low 60s by tuesday or wednesday. even though a few clouds come back into the forecast picture mid-week, it looks to stay dry for the foreseeable future.
turning to the crime beat... deputies in placer county are looking for three men who ran away from a deputy earlier this week. investigators say the men ran from a deputy who stopped them wednesday afternoon near foresthill and discovered one of them had a warrant for felony drug sales. he was about to make
the forest. authorities say empty gun cases and five guns were found inside their car, one of which was stolen. early yesterday morning deputies arrested pedro ortiz on charges of resisting arrest and posessing a stolen firearm. the remaining three men are all mexican nationals and are considered armed and dangerous. michelle secrest/foresthill resident: "everybody up here leaves their cars unlocked and the keys in the car. we feel safe...and now we don't." the three are are described as five feet tall and weighing 160 pounds. if you have any information call deputies at 5-3-0 8-8-6 53-75. paul: "i'm paul nelson, all this noise is machine gun fire coming from a virtual world of guys practicing a combat mission on a helicopter. we'll show you how
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the technology is used to simulate a mix of firefighting and domestic operations from the air. paul nelson shows us how it works. flight simulator this might look like a video game -- but it's actually a type of training. these guardsmen are using virtual reality for fire fighting missions. wagner "it's really hard to go out and train with the buckets and we can't just go light a tree on fire and go put it out. so, that's one of the big things is we can go in the simulator and do that." these rooms are set up to look and feel like the cockpit of a blackhawk or chinook helicopter -- and the setup includes 240 computers. pilots can choose between video screens or special goggles that allow a 360-degree view. wagner "i've played xbox and those other games but this is
taylor "take yourself back to where you were 16-years-old and you just got your driver's license and you finally got on the freeway yourself and you opened that car up to 80-90 miles per hour and then times that by a thousand." some pilots are flying into a wildfire to medivac people out. others can practice bucket drops. but taylor says the simulator is better for communication than flying. taylor "the real bread and butter is that it allows you to deal with all the radios and all the equipment on the aircraft without actually having to take time to spend money to bring aircraft into the air to get the combat operations." bang bang bang" bang bang bang and it allows you to go around the world without leaving home. wagner "we were flying missions, afghanistan." wagner "where we're getting engaged with enemy systems that we've never seen before and we can't do that with a real aircraft."
can cost between 3 to 8-thousand dollars. during the one week the avcatt is here -- they've logged about 500 at flight hours -- saving a lot of money. the avcatt is based in arizona and travels around the west. in school watch... today governor sandoval signed regulations to allow faster hiring of teachers in the silver state. the regulations will allow nevada to issue provisional licenses to teachers who are otherwise qualified... or within a year of becomming qualified. this will allow the hiring of hundreds of teachers immediately. the signing of the regulation follows a change in federal law which now allows provisional licenses without the risk of losing federal funding for education. mike will have a look at your forecast next....
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february 5-th is national weatherpersons day. a day we like to celebrate here at channel two. forecasting in western nevada can be challenging but it can also be a lot of fun. one of our meteorologists, angela schilling joins us live in the newsroom - angela, what makes someone want to become a meteorologist? since i was a kid, i always knew i wanted to do something with science or math. eventually i realized meteorology was the right fit for me. it was neat talking to other meteorologists today and hearing their stories. one person i talked to is not only a coworker, but also a mentor of mine here at channel two. the best kind of jobs are the ones you enjoy doing. mike alger: "i say if it's your passion, then do it." for some meteorologists their interest in weather started at a young age. alex hoon now works for the national weather service in reno, but he grew up in tornado alley. alex hoon: "i went to boyscout
old, and i saw a tornado." alex hoon: "ever since then i've been fascinated with the weather." my story is somewhat similar to mike's - always knowing i had an interest in science, but not knowing exactly i wanted to study weather until later in life when... i began enjoying weather classes in college backgrounds, the weather was something that i could drive around, look at the clouds and say hey i know what's going on up there." i've heard this from many meteorologists - that experiencing weather is what got them interested in it. marvin boyd came to reno from north carolina. he loves all types of weather. marvin boyd: "so from a scale from of one to ten how would you rate yourself as far as being a weather nerd? probably an watch." alex hoon has grown to love western weather as well. alex hoon: "i used to really love severe weather, but in recent years i've actually learned to love fire weather alot."
like to be wrong. angela schilling: "are you competitive? do you like to get it right? mike alger: i'm learning a little bit, if anything this job will teach you humility." western nevada is a unique place to forecast for. shane snyder: "i would say the mountains make it very difficult at times." mike alger: "the weather is challenging, but that's what makes it fun." so if you have a passion for something go for it. if you want to become a meteorologist, u-n-r does have an atmospheric sciences program. be prepared to take lots of math and physics classes, but if you have a passion for it, the sky is the limit. covering the two news. after some overnight and morning cloudiness, the skies should clear off as saturday progresses, and we will be looking at a mostly sunny super bowl weekend. temperatures will
through sunday, and steadily climb into the low 60s by tuesday or wednesday. even though a few clouds come back into the forecast picture mid-week, it looks to stay dry for the foreseeable future. after some overnight and morning cloudiness, the skies should clear off as saturday progresses, and we will be looking at a mostly sunny super bowl weekend. temperatures will also warm up into the low 50s through sunday, and steadily climb into the low 60s by tuesday or wednesday. even though a few clouds come back into the forecast picture mid-week, it
after some overnight and morning cloudiness, the skies should clear off as saturday progresses, and we will be looking at a mostly sunny super bowl weekend. temperatures will also warm up into the low 50s through sunday, and steadily climb into the low 60s by tuesday or wednesday. even though a few clouds come back into the forecast picture mid-week, it looks to stay dry for the foreseeable future.
cloudiness, the skies should clear off as saturday progresses, and we will be looking at a mostly sunny super bowl weekend. temperatures will also warm up into the low 50s through sunday, and steadily climb into the low 60s by tuesday or wednesday. even though a few clouds come back into the forecast picture mid-week, it looks to stay dry for the
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garrett dearborn with channel 2 sports." another big night of high school hoops, and dallas colodny is out at wooster high school to talk some basketball...but also super bowl..dallas yea that is right garrett high school basketball regular season is
great night of games for you on 2 the hoop... but we are live at wooster for a very special reason as wooster alum and former dallas cowboys quarterback glenn carano will be on hand later tonight to present the program includes high schools with alumni who were on the active roster of any super bowl team... you are looking at video from back in december when truckee alum ted popson presented them with their football... popson was a tight end for the 49ers in their super bowl 29 win over the chargers. as for carano... he was roger staubach's backup in two superbowls... their win over the broncos in super bowl 12... and their loss to the steelers in super bowl 13... the honored schools receive an nfl character curriculum and are eligible for special. you know i played with you know what this is very special. you know i played with the dallas cowboys for 7 years. 7 playoff games, 5 championship
super bowl win. but you know what? i was a backup qb. but for me to give back to the community like this and try and be a role model and try to help the community out. i thank the nfl for giving me the opportunity. -wooster taking on damonte ranch and early on its the colts with the steal....and basket. -later the mustangs with the basket so you will be able to catch these highlights and many more tonight on 2 the hoop that tips off at 11:15pm as always... and get involved with us... send us a picture... tell us about your team just hashtag 2 the dallas was talking super bowl,
mike is here with a final check of the weather after some overnight and morning cloudiness, the skies should clear off as saturday progresses, and we will be looking at a mostly sunny super bowl weekend. temperatures will also warm up into the low 50s through sunday, and steadily climb into the low 60s by tuesday or wednesday. even though a few clouds come back into the forecast picture mid-week, it looks to stay dry for the foreseeable future. your next newscast starts at 11
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