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bill:"anybody see hillary on tv last night? raaaaah" bill : when she asked me what i thought i said...i think i'm gonna vote for you....raaaah!" he urged everyone there to caucus....and to reach out to everyone they know to caucus as well. he touched on an issue here... he knew would hit home. bill: nevada should lead the country and the world toward a clean energy future! yeahhhhh!" bill: hillary is opposed to what your utility did in not supporting the solar industry here did and she will do what she can to turn it around and he said.... bill:"she is the best change maker i've ever known! yay!...." which impressed this group. amy andrews:"he hit some strong points on what she stands for and what she'll do for us from day one." robert:" i think hew as right on the money. i've been campaigning
reno but i go back and help my brothers campaign for them." laureen andrews:" i think it was wonderful. i think he's wonderful and that she's even more wonderful!" and of course he took out time to greet the crowd as he left. raaahhhh! from here he's headed back to las vegas where hillary is....for tomorrow's caucus. covering campaign 2016 erin breen channel 2 news. and hillary clinton's opponent, bernie sanders, held a rally at the nugget in sparks today. being the last night before the caucus, bernie didn't waste any time getting to what he considers the key issues of his campaign... such as fixing a rigged economy - he says - with a corrupt financial system. bernie sanders: "i am absolutely confident that nevada is going to say yes to moving this country in a direction where we
represents all of us. not just wealthy campaign contributors." sanders spoke about the rights of women, gays, and the middle, working class. the crowd especially got fired up when he promised the younger generation free tuition for college...stating that wall street has been bailed out in the past and now it's time for wall street to bail out the people in need. sanders encouraged nevadans to make history and caucus tomorrow. registration for tomorrow's democratic caucuses starts at 11 a-m and you must be in line by noon if you want to participate. for a link to more information about the caucus... how to find your caucus location or where to find caucus results... head to k-t-v-n dot com and click the blue "news links" button. republican candidates will be visiting northern nevada ahead of next week's g-o-p caucus. doctor ben carson will hold a town hall meeting a the piper's opera house in virginia city monday morning starting at
the storey county treasurer says carson will be the first presidential candidate to visit virginia city since ulysses s. grant in the 1870s. and florida senator marco rubio will hold rallys in elko at 9-30 monday morning ... in reno just after noon monday... and in minden monday afternoon. to r-s-v-p for either the carson town hall or rubio's rallies, head to k-t-v-n dot com and click the blue "news links" button. it looks like we will go back into an extended dry stretch again as a broad ridge of high pressure builds back across the west coast. clouds will decrease throughout the region saturday, and the skies should be mostly clear for a few days thereafter. temperatures will climb from the mid-50s saturday to the low 60s on sunday, and will likely
turning to the crime beat... reno police have arrested a man suspected of a deadly shooting wednesday evening. 32-year-old anthony galbraith was arrested yesterday and charged with open murder and assault with a deadly weapon. detectives believe he knew his victim, who was found shot at a mobile home park on kietzke lane around 7-30 wednesday night. the victim has not yet been identified. and douglas county deputies are still looking for a woman who's been missing since monday. 69-year-old carolyn batchelor was last seen by her roommate at their home in zephyr cove. she's 5 foot 7... 180 pounds with blonde hair and blue eyes. she was last seen driving her silver honda pilot s-u-v... similar to this one... with nevada license plate h-p 22-95. if you know where she is, call the douglas county sheriff's office, at 5-8-6-72-56. paul "driving through the carson valley, you've probably noticed quite a few cattle, but they
down here, this time of the year. i'm paul nelson, i'll tell you what they are, after the break." flores: i was raised by my father. my mother left my family when i was 9 years old. things really went from bad to worse for me. this isn't just about numbers, this is about real lives. this is a system that isn't working
for the everyday person. it's one of the reasons why i decided to endorse bernie sanders. nevadans are looking for people who are willing to think big, to be bold, and to fight for everyday people. and that's exactly what bernie sanders is doing. sanders: i'm bernie sanders
the event goes through sunday -- bringing people from around the west to see the variety of birds, and learn about ranching. as paul nelson shows us -- it's an american symbol that gets the most attention. it's not every day you see a bald eagle in it's natural setting -- unless it's january or february in the carson valley. bill "you get to see them acting naturally, behaving naturally, and it occurs for about a four or five week period." eagles and agriculture puts the birds on full display -- a tour with up to 500 participants. bill "you're going to see eagles, yes, but you're going to see golden eagles, you're going to see a variety of hawks, and a variety of other wildlife." paul "the bald eagles migrate down to the carson valley every year, but they're here for less than two months, before heading back to where they came from, probably back up into canada, and a big reason why they come here in the first place is because of the cattle industry" bill "they enjoy the buffet that's provided by the calving. they feed on the afterbirth. they also feed on the carrion of still-born calves."
northern nevada as a natural migration. they've even been spotted in the truckee meadows. this one spent some time at the sparks marina back in november. chernock says the birds like cold, wet winters -- and four years of drought has affected that. bill "the sightings go down a little bit. the amount of time that the birds are here shrinks a little bit." the tour includes stops at different ranches -- where they meet the owners and operators. bill "they tell them the history of the ranch. some of them are five and six generation ranches, still in the same family and just give them a sense of what it takes to produce the food that shows up in their supermarket." chernock says this event brings people from reno -- and even the bay area and central valley that have never been to this area. bill "word of mouth has kind of gotten around that there are a lot of cool things in northern nevada. this one's on the list." all because of an american icon and it's tie to an american way of life. covering the story in the carson
news. looking to our community... today leaders from local religious communities came together to announce an effort to build homes for habitat for humanity. truckee meadows habitat for humanity, local faith groups, the nevada clergy association... announced northern nevada is joining a national movement called "build for unity", which builds homes for local families in need. religious leaders say helping others is a foundation of faith. shariff al fas/president, northern nevada muslim community: "all religions they're telling you that you have to help those who are in need. you won't find any religion that doesn't say that. and we find our common ground and we stick together and we help each other." after sacramento... reno is the second community in the country to commit to a build for unity home. mike will have a look at your forecast next.... but first-
research center in reno. we'll tell you more about it after the break. 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.
buying and selling used i- phones is becoming a profitable venture for companies and customers alike... and one local start-up is welcome back... more than 10 million acres of land were burned last year in the united states. which is why the desert research institute in reno is expanding their research. they have started a virtual fire research center. it is an inititive for scientist to come together to study fire weather and it's impacts on both the environment and our health. we were able to talk to a couple different scientists. one studies organic chemistry and the other studies physics. through their research we can learn more about the effect haze and smoke has on our lungs and
it looks like we will go back into an extended dry stretch again as a broad ridge of high pressure builds back across the west coast. clouds will decrease throughout the region saturday, and the skies should be mostly clear for a few days thereafter. temperatures will climb from the mid-50s saturday to the low 60s on sunday, and will likely continue to rise into the mid-60s by the middle of next
it looks like we will go back into an extended dry stretch again as a broad ridge of high pressure builds back across the west coast. clouds will decrease throughout the region saturday, and the skies should be mostly clear for a few days thereafter. temperatures will climb from the mid-50s saturday to the low 60s
"now here's sports director garrett dearborn with channel 2 sports." the high school basketball postseason continues tonight,
up at spanish springs the division 1 boys have tipped off semifinal action. dallas colodny joins us now live with more. yea garrett the division 1 north semi finals are just underway here at spanish springs... behind me right now is reno and mcqueen. lets look at some early highlights.
mcqueen garrett ill 3 so you will be able to catch the full highlights and results of tonights playoff action on 2 the hoop that tips off at 11:15pm... and get involved with us... send us a picture... tell us about your team just hashtag 2 the hoop and keep it clean and we will put it on the show. from spanish springs high school dallas colodny channel 2 sports. the division 1 north playoffs of course, are not the only regional tourneys going on...up at north valleys the division i-a's are narrowing down the field. on the girls side, lowry was taking on elko. 1.early on.. buckaroos have possession...they give it to jillian albright...she hits the mid-range jumper and also draws
game strong. 2.the ball in albright's hands again..this time she would get the assist..dishes it upcourt to kenadee jeppsen who put's in the layup...lowry starts this game division iv semi's had mcdermmitt taking on eureka 1. start of the second half...mcdermitt is down eight..but va draunidalo spots up and makes the tough basket over her defender..bulldogs pulling closer. 2. but moments later...vandals get the ball... and freshman pass..lady bulldogs feed it to draunidalo again...and she makes next, mike will have a final look at your weather. you're watching channel 2 news coverage yo 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 that put seven million out of work 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,
cordes: most nurses are tough. they're problem-solvers. they like making things better. people don't have access to healthcare because they just can't afford it. bernie sanders understands how pharmaceutical companies and major medical companies are ripping us off. bernie tells the truth, and he's been consistent. he understands that the system is rigged, and
he's the only one who can bring real change.
>> hi, i'm chris harrison, host of the all-new "who wants to be a millionaire." this season, we're mixing things up a little. no more jumping questions, no more easy answers-- just a single player determined to win that million dollars, one person answering the question, "who wants to be a
millionaire?" [dramatic music] welcome to the show. are you guys ready to play "who wants to be a millionaire"? [cheers and applause] let me tell you about today's first contestant. he loves taking tests-- seriously-- and has gotten a perfect score on the sats and the acts not once, but five times. nobody likes him. from holmdel, new jersey, please welcome chris cho. [cheers and applause] hi, man. >> what's going on, buddy? >> how you doing? good to see you. >> great to see you. [applause]
>> it's true, because i have a test prep company, and to do it right, i need to take these tests at least once, twice, three times every year, so. >> and you ace it every time. i can't say i score perfect every time, but i crush it pretty regularly. >> wow. that is impressive. all right, well, we're gonna put it to the test today right here, right now. let me tell you what you're up against: 14 questions, with the money values growing from $500 all the way up to $1 million. every question you answer correctly moves you one step closer to that top prize. remember, you can walk away at any point with the money you've earned. give me an incorrect answer, you walk away with nothing until you get to that $5,000 threshold. when you get to those spots, you can't walk away with anything less than that. also, you have your three lifelines. of course, we've got this beautiful audience. we can use them. your "50/50" will take away two incorrect answers. and your "plus one." who's your plus one today?