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northwest corner of highway 50 and highway 95. we just spoke to a resident who lives nearby, telling us that there deputies all around that property... remsa has also told us they've sent two care flight helicopters to silver springs. lyon county sheriff's office administrative director michael carlson, has not said anything regarding injuries or possible fatalities. channel 2's amanda ketchledge is on her way to the scene right now.. we'll check in with her as soon as possible. well it was another fiery republican debate tonight in texas - and the last chance for the presidential hopefuls to face off before super tuesday. donald trump was caught in the crossfire of his closest competitors. let's check in with omar villafranca.. who has more on the showdown in houston. 0-10 12-15 16-20 30-34 35-45 50-54
the two republican presidential candidates vying for second place turned their sights on frontrunner donald trump.... who fired right back. rubio - "you're the only person on this stage who has ever been fined for hiring people to work on your projects illegally." trump - "no, no, i'm the only one on the stage who's hired people. you haven't hired anybody!" trump criticized ted cruz for having no support in the senate. trump not one senator is backing you...endorsement of none, ...you should be ashamed of yourself. cruz: if you want to be liked in washington, donald, that's not a good attribute for president. this was the last gop debate before super tuesday, and depending on the outcome of those contests -- possibly the last time all five candidates shared the stage. the lower-polling candidates took less contentious positions... ben carson on immigration: "real compassion is proving people with a ladder of opportunity." ...and john kasich on religious liberty versus same-sex marriage: "if you're in the business of
if you don't agree with their lifestyle, say a prayer for them when they leave." all five candidates vowed to repeal obamacare....but none provided specifics for an alternative. omar villafranca, channel 2 news. the candidates were also asked why they hadn't released their tax returns. trump said he's being audited by the i-r-s. both cruz and rubio said they're release theirs in the next two days. the number of voters registered as non-partisan is growing three times faster than registration in the two main parties. and where they've been allowed to vote so far.. like in new hampshire.. they've been voting for donald trump. pundits have been caught off-guard and say even though no one knows exactly how he plans to accomplish change.. he is promising it. eric:"one reason so many independents...or non-partisans ...especially those who have registered recently....are just: i'm fed up with washington...i'm fed up with you guys...that's the visceral part of american
capturing it." there's no way to tell if that trend will continue into the general election. today a non-profit that supports people with disabilities in our community hosted a mock polling place to help those who are disabled practice how to vote ahead of the primary and general election. voting booths were set up at the boys and girls club to help people familiarize themselves with the voting process and to educate them about their rights while voting. organizers say voting is something that all people want to participate in, especially during a presidential election. lavonne brooks/president & ceo, hsi-warc: "it's an empowering thing that we wish to accomplish and it's really one of the privileges that we have as americans so we want them to have the richness of that experience." to learn more about voting rights for those with disabilities, call the nevada disability advocacy and law center at 888-349- 3843. today governor sandoval issued a
the white house he does not want to be considered for the a supreme court seat. the governor said he also notified senators reid... heller and mcconnell of his decision. in a statement he said in part quote: "the notion of being considered for a seat on the highest court in the land is beyond humbling and i am incredibly grateful to have been mentioned." end quote. yesterday c-b-s news confirmed the governor was being vetted for the position. "now here's mike alger's first look at the pinpoint 2 forecast" it still doesn't look like there's much of a chance of any showers as we go through the weekend. temperatures will spike on friday ahead of a weak cold front which will kick up some brisk winds in the afternoon, but most of the precipitation from the front will likely stay to the north of the reno area. temperatures will drop saturday into the low 60s and will fall a bit more into the upper 50s on monday as another weak cold front passes
age 40 was in tahoe with his girlfriend. an altercation occurred... and gunshots were fired and mr. wright succumbed to his injuries." this is the incident we've been following since the shooting death on january 30th.. at the beverly lodge in tahoe. it happened in the parking lot.. during a struggle after an apparent drug deal went bad. last week we reported the arrest of two vallejo men-- 18 year old tristan batten and 20 year old harvest davidson.. for their alalged roles in wright's murder. now, they are looking for these two: 24 year old domenic seanlee randolph.. and 26 year old dion jermaine randolph vaccaro the two men are considered armed and dangerous. if you happen to see either.. call 9-1-1 immediately. a jury in yerington is deliberating the fate of a silver springs man accused of abusing and murdering his girlfriend's son. today prosecutors and defense attorneys presented closing arguments. "paul quade/defense attorney:
that cody wallace intentionally inflicted child abuse on tom tom, you can't find felony murder." "these injures are too widespread, too massive, too serious to happen from a normal fall." cody wallace was arrested in 2010 and charged in connection with the death of thomas o'connell 'the fourth' in november of that year. and sparks police are looking for two suspects they say stole an s-u-v yesterday. the theft happened at greg street and spice island drive.. around 4-30 p-m. the victim told police she was hit from behind by another car. she got out to check the damage, and when she turned around a man was in her s-u-v. he then demanded money and took off in her vehicle. the suspect is a white man in his 30s.. with a bald head and tattoos near his left ear and on both arms.
also fled the scene... is a white woman in her 30s... with blond hair. she was driving an early 90s dark green g-m-c or chevy yukon... with a u-n-r sticker on the back window. if you have any information that can help police.. call or text sparks police detectives at 3-5-3 22-25. amanda ketchlede has arrived to the scene of some breaking news. we'll have more on the officer involved shooting happening in silver springs right now...
turning to school watch now... doctors will be able to get some relief from the growing demand of patients....with a new local, medical program certifying physician assistants. that's right...starting next year, the university of nevada school of medicine will be offering a p-a masters program to train the next generation of health professionals. the new program will start in the summer of 20-17 to prepare graduates for work under the supervision of a doctor in the future. amanda ketchledge has more. 36-41 25-29 1:21-!;24 trt1:28 blood pressure
teach students in the classroom, laboratory, and in clinical rotations at the redfield campus in south reno next year. so future graduates can get hands on experience... gloves ....dealing with patients in family medicine, women's health, and general surgery....before becoming a physician assistant like ben hogan, who works at renown urgent care. ben hogan, physician assistant for renown: "we essentially are medicines." typing on computer only 24 students will be enrolled in the first 27 months of the program. brian lauf, director of pa program: "students from nevada, as well as out of state all wanting to know how they can apply to the program." these are the requirements you must have: a bachelor's degree a minimum 2.75 gpa and at least 2-thousand hours of paid, clinical experience brian lauf, the founding director of the new pa program says ultimately, this education will help the primary care need we have in our community. brian lauf, director of pa program: "adding qualified health professionals to meet that access need, will only benefit the entire population in
under served areas." that's why renown health hopes to hire graduates in the future. dr. max coppes, renown: "studies indicate that whether it's physicians or pas, or other health care providers, people tend to stay, a large majority stays where they trained. so i think we'll retain a large proportion of the pa's." a man police say went on a shooting spree in kansas is dead tonight.. but not before taking the lives of at least three others. the latest on this developing story coming up. mike will have a look at your forecast after the break.... "this is channel 2 news at 11, northern nevada's number one newscast, with arianna bennett, landon miller, sports with
good evening. we do have breaking news tonight-- we are following a major police incident happening right now in silver springs. we've just learned that the lyon county sheriffs office is working a confirmed officer involved shooting at the nugget casino in silver springs. let's show you where this is happening-- it's happening at the silver springs nugget at the northwest corner of highway 50 and highway 95. we just spoke to to silver springs. lyon county sheriff's office administrative director michael carlson, has not said anything
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looking around the nation now.. some sad news to report out of kansas.. where a gunman opened fire inside a manufacturing plant tonight-- at least three people are dead.. and several others wounded. authorities say the shootings happened in and around excel industries-- a plant in the town of hesston that makes lawn mowers and other turf care products the suspected gunman, who police identified as as cedric ford.. an excel employee.. was later killed by authorities. police say there are at least four crime scenes, including the excel plant, the facility's parking lot and two roadway intersections. federal, state and local authorities are all
"now, here's sports director garrett dearborn, with channel 2 sports" the division one state high school basketball tournament tipped off today with semifinal action over at lawlor events center. dallas colodny was there and tells us how those northern teams did....dallas yea garrett it was north versus south today... and well quite frankly this was a tournament the north teams would probably have liked to forget... lets start with the boys... and your division 1 north champion carson senators looking to top the coronado cougars... 1. carson off to a great start as they work it down low to tez allen and he drops in the wide open layup. carson led 13-9 after the first quarter but only scored 9 points in quarters 2 and 3... 2. they woudl try to dig out of the hole in the 4th... 90 seconds left and jayden dejosesph knocks down the 3... that cuts the deficit to 7... but they don't get any closer as coronado advances to the finals 53-43. matt ochs and his reno huskies
off a huskie miss colton crom chases the ball down in the corner and he jacks up three that falls but the huskies down 8.... later its future wolf pack walk on david kyle he goes to work down low... and he puts one in the basket... but once a gain it is all bishop gorman... 70-39. as for the girls d1 champ manogue played a hard fought game with liberty... 1. 4th quarter manogue down 5... and these girls like to run... and malia holt muscels one up and in... miners only down 5... she had 15... 2. later miners still hanging in there another fast break... and its holt dishing to maddie camacho she drops one in... but manogue runs out of gas in the end... and they lose to liberty... 59-53. huskies looking for the upset against cenntennial one of the best teams in the country. 1. mallory mcgwire one of the best players in the history of the state... misses her first shot... grabs the rebound.. and gets the second chance opportunity to go... 2. later huskies still fighting...
on the run... daranda hinkey spots up from beyond the arc... and its good... but centennial gets the win... 82-53. so here is a look at tomorrows division 1 state basketball championships... for the girls... and yes it is an all south affair... liberty versus tip off their tourney tomorrow and... and you can catch all the highlights and results on our final 2 the hoop of the season... dallas colodny channel 2 sports. reno's new united soccer league franchise has its name.. "we are officially reno 1868".....applause 1868 was chosen after an online contest saw more than 3-thousand fan entries...its of course when reno was born f-c was added for football club. there's another cool fact about that, is we're the only first and only north american team to use a date in our team name. it's common around the world but not something that's been done
ahead of a weak cold front which will kick up some brisk winds in the afternoon, but most of the precipitation from the front will likely stay to the north of the reno area. temperatures will drop saturday into the low 60s and will fall a bit more into the upper 50s on monday as another weak cold front passes through
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