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not moving forward on it until after the election." "mitch mcconnell, the senate's top republican vowed to block any obama appointment to the supreme court until a new president is voted into office. democrats lashed out." presidential candidate "it is totally out of step with our history and our constitutional principles." presidential candidate "it is beyond my comprehension and it just speaks to level of republican obstructionism from day one." funeral arrangements for scalia have not yet been announced. mark albert, cbs news, the supreme court. and be sure to stay with k-t-v-n and c-b-s news on air, online, and on facebook and twitter for continuing coverage. it was another nice day in reno with highs in the lower to mid 60's. wer'es eeing a decent amount of cloud cover and
up, gusting up to 25 miles per hour at times. high pressure is still in place for now. keeping the storm track up to our north. temperatures this morning were in the mid 30's, tomorrow will be very similar with lows in the mid 30's and highs in the mid 60's. if we can get some wind, we'll see less cloud cover. next storm rolls in here wednesday night.
in campaign 20-16.. hillary clinton will be making her way to northern nevada on monday. she will be at adobe middle school on jennings way in elko for a get-out-the-caucus event. doors will open at 8 a-m then the former secretary of state will travel to reno for a woman's health meeting at u-n-r. the event starts at 12:15 p-m. then she will be at truckee meadows community college for another get out the caucus event. doors will open at 2:30 p-m on dandini boulevard. to r-s-v-p to the elko or reno get out the caucus events, head to our website k-t-v-n dot com and click on the blue newslinks button. and with the nevada caucuses approaching, be sure to stay with channel two news on air, online, and on facebook and twitter for continuing coverage of campaign 20-16. getting married on valentines day has become a bit of a tradition here in the biggest little city. in fact- this holiday weekend could prove to be a record
chapels. ryan canaday joins us live in downtown reno. ryan just how many people are getting married? jen here at the arch of reno they say they've performed more than 100 marriages this weekend alone. as you could imagine this kind of business isn't just great for the wedding chapels, but it also helps northern nevada and our local economy. "camera" asiel castillo, his wife shannon and their daughter lasa traveled to reno from the bay area on friday, so the two love bird's could tie the knot this valentines day. "well we've been here over the weekend and we've been planning this for a long time, and today is our anniversary so it's perfect." and the folks at the "arch of reno wedding chapel" say it's not just the perfect time for asiel and shannon to get married. but for many couples like the castillo's who come to northern nevada to exchange their vows on valentines day. "it was the perfect weekend, every piece fell into place with the city, the weather and the
for this industry where we perform ceremonies". so many ceremonies in fact, that marino expects more than 300 marriage licenses to be issued in washoe county this three day weekend alone--potentially breaking a record. "friday it started very well for us, we were a little bit thrown off guard for a second and today we're going to do, i could only guess the count be more than 40." and with so many couples traveling to town ...often times with their families... marino says the weddings on valentines day helo the reno economy. "they stay a few nights in the hotels, they eat in our restaurants, they come here and get married, they come and enjoy up and down virginia street." and that's exactly what the castillo's were able to do this weekend. a quick trip to reno with their friend and their daughter...for a celebration they'll never forget. "it's never too late to marry the person you love. it feels good, it feels definitely good,
the arch of reno wedding chapel says they are booked all night and will continue performing marriages until midnight tonight. covering the story live in downtown reno, ryan canaday channel two news. still to come on channel two news at 6:30... we'll introduce you to an expert saddle-maker, who creates the cowboy's most prized posession. that's tonight's nevada
one of the areas that i've been particularly interested in is the area of children. all of us have a responsibility, to ourselves, to our children, to each other. we intend to be sure that everybody in this room and every child in this state is somebody. no
matter where they're born, no matter to whom they are born. our children's future is shaped both by the values of their parents and the policies of their nation. it's time to protect the next generation, fill the lives of our children with possibility and hope, open up the doors so that every child has a chance to live up to his or her god-given potential. i've spent my life fighting for children,
important piece of equipment is a good saddle. the best ones come from little custom shops in the outback. jack sutton has the story in tonight's nevada backroads. of all the buildings at the openshaw place, bud says his favorite is the little structure in the corner of the field. its a place where the craftsman can ply his trade. "this is my shop. i build saddles here. to build a saddle i start with he tree, choose the leather, cut and shape and mo;ld and stamp. a long process. our buckaroo saddles evolved from the vaquero, but changed a little bit." a buckaroo saddle is the most prized possession, a symbol of
acquires the anatomy of the rider. with upkeep it will serve t years. "most of the customers are cowboys that ride everyday." saddles have evolved over the years, but one thing remains constant. the pride of the saddle maker. "my satisfaction is when i put the time in and get it right and it that prized possession." reporting from bud's shop in fallon, jack sutton, channel two news. meteorologist angela schilling will have a look at your forecast they're one of the wall street banks that triggered the financial meltdown -- goldman sachs. just settled with authorities for their part in the crisis
and millions out of their homes. how does wall street get
away with it? millions in campaign contributions and speaking fees. our economy works for wall street because it's rigged by wall street. and that's the problem. as long as washington is bought and paid for, we can't build an economy that works for people.
welcome back.. the biggest names in music are getting ready for tomorrow night's grammy awards. suzanne marques caught some of the rehearsals, and a sneak peek at what the artists will take home. four-time nominee "alabama shakes" is preparing for monday's grammy awards. the southern rockers are up for the big prize - "album of the year" - and lead singer and guitarist brittany howard admits.they're starstruck. "we come from a little town. it's crazy to be shaking hands with people like pharrell, and adele, and prince. it's wild! "alabama shakes" joins a diverse lineup of performers from across musical genres. but host ll cool j says the closing act is still under wraps. "the appetizers will be amazing and dessert will be spectacular!" this year, the trophy is outfitted with "a grammy cam" --- which will capture video from the winner's circle. "when the grammy award is given to an artist you will literally
artist, you'll see their point of view and their perspective from the stage." "even if they don't take home a trophy, every artist is invited to the backstage grammy gifting lounge - where they can choose anything from clothing... to cocktails... to jewelry." "something like - that they get two huge bags... one that's pre-stuffed and one to "trick or treat" through the lounge were his words." two-time nominee miguel will take the stage to pay tribute to michael jackson. miguel is performing a cover of "she's out of my life" - - celebrating the reissue of jackson's 1979 album, off the wall. suzanne marques, cbs news, los angeles and we have a programming note regarding the grammys. we will be airing the grammys live tomorrow evening, with
there will be a rebroadcast immediately following the live event. we will not have a five or 6:30 p-m broadcast. we will have a special edition newscast following the rebroadcast. it was another nice day in reno with highs in the lower to mid 60's. wer'es eeing a decent amount of cloud cover and sunshine. winds have picked up, gusting up to 25 miles per hour at times. high pressure is still in place for now. keeping the storm track up to our north. temperatures this morning were in the mid 30's, tomorrow will be very similar with lows in the mid 30's and
can get some wind, we'll see less cloud cover. next storm rolls in here wednesday night. futurecast shows the storm track well north of nevada with onshore flow bringing in some cloudiness at times. tuesday will be similar with a few extra clouds and winds picking up. seven day shows another storm moving in wednesday night with highs in the it was another nice day in reno with highs in the lower to mid 60's. wer'es eeing a decent amount of cloud cover and sunshine. winds have picked up, gusting up to 25 miles per hour at times. high pressure is still in
storm track up to our north. temperatures this morning were in the mid 30's, tomorrow will be very similar with lows in the mid 30's and highs in the mid 60's. if we can get some wind, we'll see less cloud cover. next storm rolls in here wednesday night. futurecast shows the storm track well north of nevada with onshore flow bringing in some cloudiness at times. tuesday will be similar with a few extra clouds and winds picking up. seven day shows another storm moving in wednesday night with highs in
the steakhouse thickburger. onion strings, blue cheese and a1 sauce on a burger. only at carl's jr. one of the areas that i've been particularly interested in is the area of children. we intend to be sure that everybody in this room and every child in this state is somebody. no matter where they're born, no matter to whom they are born. i want to make sure that every child has a chance to live up to his or her god-given potential. i've spent my life fighting for children, and i'm not stopping now. i'm hillary clinton, and i have always approved this message. it took more than 40 minutes
able to grind out a 77-72 overtime win against longtime conference rival fresno state. three wolf pack players finished in double figures.... tyron criswell had a double-double... 13 points and 11 rebounds... d.j. fenner led nevada by tying his career high of 24 points... and cameron oliver had the best game of his young wolf pack career... 20 points and a mountain west record 24 rebounds... the wolf pack had a 13 point lead in the second half... but the bulldogs clawed back... and marvelle harris would tie with this three with about minute left... in overtime nevada spotted the bulldogs 5 points but fought back... fenner and oliver would knock down jumpers but it came down to free throws and rebounds... nevada up 3 with six seconds to go... criswell looking to put the game on ice... but he misses... yet cameron oliver would grab rebound number 24... and then go to the line and sink a pair of free throws to give nevada their 15th win...
about the freshman forward's mountain west record. " we told him at half time he had to get 20, we keeping talking him about him having so much potential. we feel like we can get a lot more out of him cause he has such unbelievable athletism and a great combo of strenght speed and explosiveness. tc and cam out rebounded their whole team." " 24 boards man , i am pretty speachless. it tells me what i am capable of doing in this league and college basketball period." next up for the pack game 1 of a 2 game road trip... they will visit san jose state on wednesday at 7pm.. and you can stream the game on the mountain west netowrk or on nevadawolfpack.t v. jane albright her ladies can follow the mens team lead and grab a win over fresno state...
in the paint... and she will flip it up and in... nevada would take the lead in the second quarter... a little later the wolf pack playing some defense down low... they get the block... kelsey kaelin with the ball in transition... she will deliver it to aj cephas who gets the lay in.. nevada led the pack had a three point lead at the half... but the bulldogs took over from their winning 65-56. the wolf pack softball team started their season in tempe arizona at the kajikawa classic this weekend... on day 1 of the tournament they beat bradley and indiana... but dropped games to wisconsin and boston college yesterday... so they were looking to get out of the grand canyon state with a winning record today... and they were able to just that topping the east carolina pirates 2-1 behind amanda weis's 2 run homer in the 4th inning... brooke bolinger was solid in the circle pitching all 7 inning allowing 7 hits and 1 run. the ladies will be in las vegas next weekend for 5 games in the
vaughn taylor has only won two pga tournaments in his career... both being the reno tahoe open more than 10 years ago... but he was in contention in the final round of the pebble beach pro am... his approach on 15... plays a little croquet with the other ball on the green and comes to a stop just feet from the cup... he would birdie the hole.... now on 16... for birdie... he is putting from egypt... and this one will go to its home from 40 feet away... he would head to the clubhouse at 17 under but phil mickelson one of the best to every take to the links coudl force a playoff with this short putt... and it lips out... vaughn taylor wins the pebble beach pro-am... that also qualifies him for the masters... and any other tournament he wants for the next two years. qualifying for the daytona 500 was today... and no that isn't jeff gordon in the famous 24 car... he is retired.... that is 20 year old rookie chase elliot son of 1988 sprint cup champion bill elliott... and he will be the youngest ever driver at just 20
a hospital in pittsburgh knows the right way to "deliver" a valentine's day baby. newborns at pennsylvania's washington hospital were decked out in red hats and tucked in envelopes created just for them. volunteers from the american heart association knit the hats for all babies born in february--at participating
"little hats, big hearts.", and it raises awareness of heart disease. angela's here with a final look at your forecast....seven day shows another storm moving in wednesday night with highs in the 50's and lows in the 30's. there are those who say we cannot defeat a corrupt political system and fix a rigged economy. but i believe we need to lift our vision above the obstacles in place and look to the american horizon. to a nation where every child can not only dream of going to college, but attend one. where quality healthcare will be a birthright of every citizen. where a good job is not a wish, but a reality. where women receive equal pay and a living wage is paid to all. an america where after a lifetime of labor, there
is time for rest and grandchildren.
captioning funded by cbs and ford. we go further, so you can. >> is isis coming here? >> i think isil does want to eventually find its mark here. >> you're expecting an attack in the united states? >> i'm expecting them to try to put in place the operatives, the material or whatever else they need to do. >> the man who was supposed to stop
that attack is john brennan, the director of the
tonight, in a rare interview, we talked to brennan about a world of trouble. does isis have chemical weapons? >> we have a number of instances where isil has used chemical munitions on the battlefield. >> john buretta used to run the organized crime section of the u.s. attorney's office in the eastern district of new york, with a specialty in the mafia. >> who's vinnie gorgeous? >> he was used to names like, genovese and gambino and had never heard of fifa until the case ended up on his desk six years ago. but he knew how the game was played. pay me. you want this? you gotta pay me. >> those are definitely the allegations. >> you gotta pay me $10 million in one case. >> there were many millions in many instances alleged not just for low-level tournaments. but the world cup itself. >> so you're talking about shakedowns? >> absolutely. >> danny clinch has photographed just about every heavyweight in