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confronted by 51-year- old charles stutts. stutts fire a rifle several times... hitting one of the deputies and another person who was in the area. sheriff gerald antinoro, tells kolo 8 the deputy did return fire... and stutts surrendered. the deputy and stutts were taken to the hospital for treatment of gunshot wounds. both are expected to be ok. stutts has since been booked into storey county jail on charges including attempted murder of a peace officer. the deputy's name has not been released, but -- per protocol--- they have been placed on administrative leave while the shooting is under investigation. a shooting in downtown reno early this morning injured. before 4:00... on west commercial row outside the "one- up" bar. police say the two victims were taken to a hospital with non-life threatening injuries. according to witnesses the people who were shot had been arguing with two others - who are now wanted by
both are hispanic, one wearing a dark blue sweatshirt and the other about five-foot five- inches tall and wearing a red san francisco football jersey. secret witness is offering a one-thousand dollar reward for information that can help them find and prosecute the shooters. anyone who can help is asked to call the reno police department or secret witness at 322-4- 900 below average temperatures will continue with strong valley inversions in place today. an active storm pattern establishes this week with multiple systems expected to impact the sierra and western nevada. travel impacts are likely in the sierra this week and possibly for portions of western nevada as well. && .short term... warm air advection is producing light snow showers for locations north of susanville and
light accumulations will be possible so early morning commuters should be prepared for potentially slick roads in those areas. the light showers will begin to dissipate this afternoon as the upper low continues to lift north out of the region. temperatures continue to be tricky early this morning. cloud cover along with some breezy winds are keeping temperatures warmer than yesterday evening in some locations, while other locations remain very cold with strong inversions in place. winds will begin to die down later today as the gradient relaxes
less than a month away. and today, new finger pointing. a terrorism recruiting video has surfaced, featuring donald trump. campaign trail? abc's mary bruce is in washington with more. nats "?woman shouting at hrc?" hillary clinton standing up to a heckler. nats "you are very rude and i'm not ever going to call on you." as she comes under attack from donald trump. sot - donald trump / presidential candidate "they created isis. hillary clinton created isis with obama." the billionaire turned republican frontrunner spent his weekend firing shots at clinton - at a rally in mississippi? on twitter.. and on t-v. sot - donald trump / presidential candidate "i have more respect for women by far than hillary clinton has." however, trump also facing questions - about this video by the terror group al shabaab: the al qaeda affiliate using a clip of trump in one of its recruitment messages. sot -
total and complete shutdown?" on c-b-s news' face the nation - trump made clear he's not changing his message about muslims in america. sot - donald trump / presidential candidate john dickerson: "does it concern you at all that you're being used in essentially a recruitment video?" donald trump: "what am i gonna do? i have to say what i have to say." sot - hillary clinton / presidential candidates "he is becoming isis's best recruiter." during the last democratic debate - clinton said trump's language is aided terror groups like isis - but provided no evidence. sot - rick klein / abc news political director "hillary clinton has to be tempted to say "told ya so" when this video emerges, but she has to be careful because she did overstate the facts on the debate stage a few weeks ago." clinton's democratic rival, senator bernie sanders, didn't address the video - but he did say trump needs to be called out. sot - sen. bernie sanders / presidential candidate "trump is over the edge. the guy just comes up with things off the top of his head that are lies and someone has to got to say he is a pathological liar." new fire in the fight for the white house. mary bruce, abc news, washington. this week marks the first time former president bill clinton will begin campaigning for his wife.
hampshire tomorrow. a reminder tonight ... if your commute takes you through the intersection of pyramid way and greenbrae drive in sparks... you may want to find an alternate route. an early morning traffic accident yesterday caused damage to the traffic light. the city is advising drivers to avoid the intersection of pyramid and greenbrae until the problem can be fixed on wednesday. until then... the intersection has "flashing red lights" in all directions. for the past few months the galleries of the nevada museum of art have all been filled with a single exhibit called "tahoe - a visual history." next week is your last chance to see this one of a kind show. kolo 8 news nows chris buckley takes us there. tahoe a visual history has drawn visitors from all over the country in the past five months. "we had in the first three months 60,000 people, 1,000
received by locals and visitors alike. "its amazing its beautiful it brings you back to a time when you look at the scenery and not necessarily the activities." the one of a kind exhibit took five years to put together. and its the first to fill every one of the museums galleries "it's over 400 artworks by 175 artists and it spans 200 years of creative and cultural production. there's never been anything done like this before and there won't be again." the pieces come from musuems, historical societies and private collections. "this show is presented chronologically so we start at the beginning with washoe baskets but its also presented themeatically." and it's something all ages can enjoy. "if you're from here and you love this place you have to come see the show, bring your kids i think we undervalue how much our kids appricate art they really absorb it at a different level. bring your kids it makes them understand where they're growing up, where they came from and how they can protect this beautiful place moving
in reno chris buckley kolo 8 news now. the nevada musuem is open wednesday through sunday of next week... and next saturday is a "hands on second saturday"... so admission is free. armed protesters gathering at a wildlife refuge in oregon.... the spokesman for the group - a familiar face here in nevada - son of rancher cliven bundy, who has clashed with the federal government
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are going to find out. a hydrologist from the natural resources conservation service will be at the mount rose summit "snotel site" and, using a "snow- tube measurement device" will measure the snowpack. the federal water master for the carson- truckee rivers, will also be on-hand to discuss current river levels and the status of the region's water supply. k-o-l-o 8 news now will be there, so be sure to watch tomorrow's afternoon and evening newscasts for that story. below average temperatures will continue with strong valley inversions in place today. an active storm pattern establishes this week with multiple systems expected to
nevada. travel impacts are likely in the sierra this week and possibly for portions of western nevada as well. && .short term... warm air advection is producing light snow showers for locations north of susanville and gerlach this morning. light accumulations will be possible so early morning commuters should be prepared for potentially slick roads in those areas. the light showers will begin to dissipate this afternoon as the upper low continues to lift north out of the region. temperatures continue to be tricky early this morning. cloud cover along with some breezy winds are keeping temperatures warmer than yesterday evening in
other locations remain very cold with strong inversions in place. winds will begin to die down later today as the gradient relaxes with the upper low exiting the region. the splitting trough encounters the sierra and western nevada late tonight into monday bringing increased chances for precipitation. best chances for showers will be as the trough axis moves into the sierra on monday. a few inches of snow will be possible with this initial storm in the sierra, but very little precipitation is expected in western nevada. minor travel impacts are expected with this system from the tahoe basin and northward into lassen and plumas counties.
system pushes into the west coast on tuesday and it will likely bring moderate snow to the sierra. forecast models are still on track with this storm bringing a decent amount of snow to the sierra tuesday and tuesday night with 4 to 8 inches for the sierra from lassen county down through tahoe and into mono county as well. storm total snow for the sierra through tuesday night will likely be around 6 to 12 inches . forecaster confidence is medium with snow for the sierra. for the lower elevations of northeastern ca and western nevada there will likely be a mix of rain/snow with snow levels hovering around 4000-4500 feet. a few inches of snow may occur in some locations in the lower valleys, but forecaster
if so - count yourself among the more than 42-million people traveling to the casino corridor. it's a number that breaks the 2014 record visitation for sin city. that's according to the las vegas convention and visitors authority. the group announced shortly before new year's that it expected to break the 20-14 record of 41.1 million people. how do they know? the public agency's lead researcher isn't saying
information competitive. the 40-year-old formula takes into account trends, casino-hotel occupancy, travel habits and airline traffic among other factors. the estimates aren't any different than those other destinations rely on from third-parties - except this group polls casino-hotels directly. a group of armed militiamen -- protesting the prosecution of two ranchers -- have occupied an oregon wildlife refuge and have vowed to stay indefinitely. jermey roth reports. nat pop a group of armed protesters have taken over a building in a federal wildlife refuge in oregon. "we have no intention on using force or being aggressive or going on the offense. but just as all people have the right to defend themselves, that's exactly what that means." a spokesman for the group, ammon bundy -- the son of nevada rancher, cliven bundy
---told c-n-n they are protesting the governments control over the land. "it is the people's facility, owned by the people, and it has been provided for us to be able to come together and united and making a hard stand against this -- this overreach. this taking of the people's land and resources." nat pop the standoff reportedly started after protesters and militia members converged on the small town of burns, oregon saturday -- to show support for dwight and steven hammond -- father and son ranchers jailed on an arson conviction back in 2001. prosecutors said the hammonds set a fire that burned nearly 130 acres to cover up poaching. the father served three months... the son, one year. but a judge ruled their terms were too short under federal law and ordered them back to prison. "i'm going to prison for five
of an overkill to me." the hammonds are scheduled to begin their 5 year prison sentence monday. i'm jeremy roth reporting. the attorney for the hammond family sent a statement to the harney county sheriff.. saying quote: "neither ammon bundy nor anyone within his group/organization speak for the hammond family." do you have a real id? it takes a bit more effort than just renewing your driver's license- a look at what
reality... the real - id act has been in effect for ten years now... and nevada is one of 23 states in full compliance with the law. kolo 8 news now terri takes a look at what that means for nevada residents, and how residents of other states may soon run into trouble when taking a domestic flight. just another day here at the dmv in reno. some are here to register thier car, get a license plate, or renew their driver's license. for many that means a real id. an enhanced driver's license where the recipient has to provide the dmv with more verification of who they are. by october 20-20 the real id will be required to board a domestic flight in this country, if the ticket holder does not have a passport, michael garcia/real id: i knew i had to have that stuff before i came down here. if it is going to make us safer, i am willing do
one woman we talked to says she's going to wait and see if real id takes hold by 20-20. patricia dimartini/driver's license holder: no, no, its not going to make us safer, i just don't know why we are doing that. according to the the office of homeland security, nevada is compliant with all regulations surrounding real i-d. the dmv started encouraging residents to bring certain forms of identification to qualify for the id last november. renato lara/reno dmv: a certified birth certificate, proof of social security, with a w2 form or a 1099, also proof of residency. other states aren't as compliant as nevada, and homeland security says its going to start enforcing the real id act. they've given some states, who have asked for extensions to come into compliance, certain dates in 20-16 to get into line. if not, the t-s-a could
snapchat information with one of his victims. police say 18 -year-old victor almanza-martinez and two others men went to lover point park wednesay and allegedly robbed 4 victims of their belongings, including a car. before leaving in the stolen car - they say - almanza-martinez and a female victim exchanged snapchat information and posed for a selfie together. investigators say the selfie helped them track down almanza- martinez, who is now charged with armed robbery and kidnapping. below average temperatures will continue with strong valley inversions in place today. an active storm pattern establishes this week with multiple systems expected to impact the sierra and western nevada. travel impacts
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