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time ... i'm amanda sanchez and i'm dave lawrence. let's go to lindsey matherly with a look at the forecast. quiet weather will be in store through tuesday with the next snowfall potential expected by wednesday as a low pressure system approaches the region. for today and tuesday, high pressure will build across the west with overall dry conditions, light winds, and temperatures near season averages. high temperatures will remain in the low to mid 40s for much of western nevada with upper 30s to
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now to the race for the white house. g-o-p candidate donald trump campaigning in reno-- just 6 weeks before nevada's republican presidential caucuses. his message to supporters? get out and vote. over here in this state we are way ahead. but you have to go register otherwise they are not going to let you vote. butt with lindsay velianoff/trump supporter; i think he will be the nominee and i actually do think he will be the next president of the united states scott blumenthal/trump supporter: so totally on the trump band wagon, so totally against the politically elite, that i just love it. more than 2-thousand people gathered for the rally yesterday at the reno ballroom. trump talked immigration and his plan to build a wall to keep illegal immigrants out of the united states. question rival candidate's ted cruz's citizenship. little football. "you used to see these tackles and it was incredible to watch, right. now they tackle, oh, head on head collision, 15 yards. the white flash "football's become soft like our
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true." trump's not the only g- o-p candidate rallying in reno. ohio governor john kasich will be at the washoe county g-o-p headquarters tomorrow. the event starts at 1:45. tickets are not required... but you're strongly encouraged to r-s-v-p. we've set up a link at kolo tv dot com. often when these presidential candidates come into town... our own local law enforecement agencies are asked to step in and provided extra security. kolo 8 news now's rebecca kitchen is here with a look at how much it costs the city of reno each time a candidtate makes a stop. good morning dave and amanda.. this is kind of the downside of being a swing state. it's exciting to get the attention... but our local law eforcement has to spend money out of it's own budget to provide that extra security... until they can get reimbursed. for example donald trump's visit yesterday required a lot of extra
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because he is described as a high tier level broadway with the reno police department said hilary clinton and donald trump come into town... the extra police presence is necessary. with trump's visit yesterday... local swat members were called in both at the venue and transport.... those especially when you're paying overtime for many of the swat members. officer broadway says when candidates come into town... the agencies meet several days prior to get a game plan in place... and part of that plan is trying to avoid as much overtime as possible. we try to use, because we're on a limited budget just like with any other city department, so we try to use officers already on shift when we're scheduling these events with the secret service. we are reimbursed from the secret service budget, nominal. yes... cities can sumbit requests for reimbursement to help cover these costs. i spoke with a local representative for the secret service who said the funds are actually budget created by the department of homeland
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he said d-h-s created this fund because it recognized many law enforecement departments could break their budget during campaign years... but he also said at the time of the interview, they had not recieve a request for reimbursement. the represenative could not go into too much fiscal detail so it's unclear if the departments can only ask for reimbursment when a candidate who qualifies for secret service protection comes into town... we asked about specific costs for bernie sanders, clinton, trump and dr. ben carson. secret services' repsonse was they do not comment on questions regarding security and cost of security operations falls in that catagory. but as our caucus gets closer... expect to see several more candidates making a stop in our area. we're getting a look at the man accused of robbing a 7-eleven in sun valley. it happened early friday morning. witnesses say the man had a gun. he was wearing a blue mask and brown coveralls... and he got away in a gray four-door sedan. if you recognize this
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information that can help investigators, call the washoe county sheriff's office or secret witness at 322- 4900. ### so no one won saturday night's powerball drawing. the jackpot now soaring to 1-point-3 billion dollars-- the biggest pot in u.s. history. even though there wasn't one overall winner... there were several smaller winners totaling 160- million. in arizona, two tickets paid out a million dollars each! of course lottery fever has people across the country in a frenzy. kolo 8 news now's catherine van takes a closer look at the chances of picking that right combination of numbers. what people will do for a chance at easy money. americans spend more than 70 billion dollars a year on the lottery... no matter how slim their chances. your odds of winning the powerball jackpot... roughly 1 in 292 million. you're more likely to be
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machine cg or by a terrorist attack on a plane cg in fact... you'd have a greater chance of getting struck by an asteroid 1 in 250 million than you would winning the lottery. yet people keep playing. powerball players pick five numbers... between 1 and 69. and between 1 and 26 for the red powerball number. to win the jackpot... you need to match all six numbers. the odds of you winning never change despite how many people play or how big the payout will be in the end. despite what you see on ads... you don't get the full jackpot. right now... the cash value of 1.3 billion dollars is 806 million dollars..
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two options: a cash pay out or annuity jackpot. if you choose cash payout... you get the full amount with the federal and state taxes taken out right away... in an annuity jackpot... your money will be invested by the state lottery. you'll be given 30 payments over 29 years, plus any interest earned. and when uncle sam comes around... that money will be treated like your income on your tax form. until then... may the odds be ever in your favor. in reno... catherine van kolo 8 news now. winning the powerball jackpot may be slim, one doctor from the cleveland clinic says that your brain isn't too worried about your odds of taking home the big prize. cg: joseph rock, psyd/cleveland clinic "our brains aren't wired to think about probability. we understand the chances aren't that good, but we can delude ourselves, and 'hey i've got as good as a chance as anybody." according to dr. joseph rock...there is actually a part of our brains where fantasy is almost as good as reality. people like to think about what they would do if they won the money - a new house, a new car. dr. rock says there are hormones that are released when we fantasize that can make
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too much of your income on lottery tickets could be a sign
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from "modern love" and "let's dance"... david bowie had some iconic songs and a legendary history.. a look back at the 69 year old british rock star... more details are surfacing after the capture of el chapo... why actor sean penn is now being investigated. coming up, lindsey matherly will have your complete forecast. that's next on kolo 8 news now. "you're watching kolo 8 news now good morning reno with dave lawrence, amanda sanchez and lindsey matherly
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now to a developing story out of mexico. drug lord and fugitive-- joaquin "el chapo" guzman-- recaptured following a months- long manhunt. now actor sean penn under fire this morning for secretly meeting up with el chapo while the drug king pin was on the run. here's abc's stefanie ramos. el chapo's next stop, may soon be the united states. the mexican attorney general's office
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start to the drug lord's extradition process to the u.s. from mexico has begun. and here it is - what officials say led to the recapturing of mexico's most wanted drug lord. rolling stone magazine releasing proof of a secret meeting held 3 months ago between guzman...infamously and academy award winning actor sean penn. nats: el chapo interview after running from mexican authorities for 6 months-- el chapo rearrested on friday after a bloody shootout and sewer escape... ......whisked away to a handcuffed...his face twisted toward cameras for the world to see. nats: when el chapo wasn't
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deals.... the kingpin was trying to land a movie deal about his life. shopping the idea around to hollywood producers and actors... recording this video ... natsot el chapo - "?y para senor sean penn." specifically for penn and mexican actress superstar turned jail pen pal kate del castillo. natsot - el chapo - "no other way and there still isn't?." now that el chapo is back behind bars - penn is under fire. sot - sen. marco rubio / presidential candidate "if one of these american actors? // want to go fawn all over a criminal and a drug trafficker in their interviews, they have a constitutional right to do it. i find it grotesque." sot - denis mcdonough / white house chief of staff "we'll let somebody else sort out what sean penn did and didn't do. el chapo's where he should be." quiet weather will be in store through tuesday with the next snowfall potential expected by wednesday as a low pressure system approaches the region.
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high pressure will build across the west with overall dry conditions, light winds, and temperatures near season averages. high temperatures will remain in the low to mid 40s for much of western nevada with upper 30s to lower 40s across the sierra. along with the high pressure, valley
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tuesday which may result in degraded air quality through the valleys. by wednesday, a quick moving low will provide the next shot for snowfall with travel impacts looking more likely across the sierra by the morning. snow levels look to start in the 5,000-6,000 range wednesday morning which will result in all people around the world are remembering
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morning. the singer died yesterday following an 18-month battle with cancer. bowie's career spanned more than four decades. he first rose to fame in the 60's, and inspired the "glam rock" movement of the 70's before reinventing himself several times bowie had just released his 25-th album "blackstar" on friday, his birthday. he was 69 years old. one woman accused in several brazen jewelry thefts spanning 6 states. how police finally found her after a
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a georgia woman is behind bars... accused in a string of jewelry store robberies spanning six states. all of the heists caught on camera. just 24 years-old and armed with a gun and an
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allegedly swiped hundreds of thousands of dollars in jewels. abc's eva pilgrim has more on how police finally tracked her down. a brazen thief. this woman did little to hide her face as authorities say she hit six stores in five states taking off with 4 million dollars worth of jewelry. after a nationwide manhunt? tonight? 24 year old abigail lee kemp is behind bars. sot brad garrett former fbi agent : that's a real power rush for people who do this kind of thing. //and ultimately it is their downfall. widely regarded as one of the most influential kemp is behind bars. sot brad garrett former fbi agent a brazen thief. this woman did little to hide her face as authorities say she hit six stores in
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worth of jewelry. after a nationwide manhunt? tonight? 24 year old abigail lee kemp is behind bars. sot brad garrett former fbi agent : that's a real power rush for people who do this kind of thing. //and ultimately it is their downfall. widely regarded as one of the most influential writers of pop music... news david bowie's death is saddening fans around the world. how fans of the artist are paying tribute in hollywood. plus... :00-:04 "and the winner is... straight outta compton." white flash :13 -:17 "i'm sorry i made a mistake, it's right here on the card." jamie fox poking fun at steve harvey at the golden globes. a look at more of the big moments from last night's awards show. for news while you're on the move, listen to our news partner
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quiet weather will be in store through tuesday with the next snowfall potential expected by wednesday as a low pressure system approaches the region. for today and tuesday, high pressure will build across the west with overall dry conditions, light winds, and
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season averages. high temperatures will remain in the low to mid 40s for much of western nevada with upper 30s to lower 40s across the sierra. along with the high pressure, valley inversion will also trending this morning... the golden globes followed the golden rule of silence... as sensors worked over time to bleep out the filthy mouths of hollywood. it all started when jonah hill....dressed as the bear from 'the revenant.....went on an unexpected tirade.... no no honey is just.... .. so yeah.. thank you for your time. the globes-on a seven second tape delay-went into complete silence 9 times throughout the night. and the silence had some viewers fuming..some taking to twitter saying things like "how much do i have to pay for the
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and though it took home the golden globe for best dramatic film.. the revenant only hit number 2 in the box office.. earning 38 million during it's wide release weekend. but it wasn't too far behind the top contender... star wars e force awakens which raked in 41 million dollars. finally, fans are paying tribute to rock icon david bowie... are leaving candles and other tributes at his star on the hollywood walk of fame. bowie passed away early this morning after an 18 month long battle with
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here on good morning reno... i'm amanda sanchez and i'm dave lawrence. it's time ... let's go to lindsey matherly with a look at
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quiet weather will be in store through tuesday with the next snowfall potential expected by wednesday as a low pressure system approaches the region. for today and tuesday, high pressure will build across the west keeton" from the "koh radio" traffic center. how's traffic looking so far? traffic running smoothly. no major delays on reno area highways. no major delays on highways in northern california. back to you in the studio. thanks very much mike. a second baltimore
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trial in the death of freddie gray. jury selection begins today in the case against officer caesar goodson junior. he drove the van that carried freddie gray from the site of his arrest last april to the police station. gray emerged from that 45-minute ride critically injured and unresponsive. he died days later. goodson is facing second-degree depraved-heart murder charges, among others. a well known american artist was found dead in florence, italy over the weekend. florence police say 35- year-old ashley olsen was found strangled in her apartment on saturday. according to reports, olsen's boyfriend was concerned after not hearing from her for a few days, so he asked his girlfriend's landlord to go with him to unlock her apartment. that's when they found olsen's body lying on a couch in the apartment. an investigation is now underway. armed protesters are still occupying a government building on a wildlife refuge in oregon.
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stretching into it's second week. chris liedle has more. the showdown-- captured on camera by a katu news photographer, lasted for just minutes. "no, no, no, back up." dozens of them, carrying high caliber weapons, stepped out of cars and trucks.. and began pushing reporters and photographers.. off the public road. "this is public land, back up, back up." it all took place just steps from the entrance of the malhuer national wildlife refuge-- where, for the last week, ammon bundy and his supporters have called home. the armed group said they were members of the three percenters of idaho, part of the pacific patriot network. we spoke to "brandi hawkins"- a three- percenter member based in oregon. "i can't speak to that particular incident, i don't know what transpired and who caused it, but i would say generally speaking, that is not something you're going to see." the three percenter movement started after the attack on the world trade centers in 2001 -- and formed unofficially in 2011.
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website, the 3- percenters is a structured group of united patriots who protect american's civil rights against a tyrranical government. "we are lovers of our country... we are lovers of our constitution. that is what we fight for." a liaison for the bundy crew says the three- percenters showed up on their own to provide security for ammon bundy and the occupiers. the three percenters say - they're in harney county to create open dialogue and to maintain peace. "this is not about the hammonds, this is not about the bundys, this is about a government who is walking outside the law." that was chris liedle reporting the legal battle over sage grouse in nevada is expected to drag into the summer because of a recent decision made by a federal judge. a u-s district judge denied a rural nevada water district's request for a preliminary injuction to set aside federal regulations protecting a sage grouse habitat near the utah border. white pine county officials say setting regulation aside is necessary in order for the town of baker --
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basin national park -- to replace a leaking water tank. the battle over sage grouse has been going on for the last few years, with several counties attempting to block u-s protections for the bird. in an effort to relieve overcrowding in washoe county schools, a committee is drafting a ballot question so voters can voice their opinions on school funding in november. the "overcrowding and repair needs committee"- is made up of public and private groups-- and was created to look at the needs of washoe county public schools, and find solutions to meet them. the committee unanimously voted to create the ballot question for school and the immediate overcrowding. traci davis/wcsd superindent: what we wanted to avoid at all costs is double sessions. and we do not want kids at a bus stop when it is snowing at four in the morning, or kids free at noon cause they are out at noon without supervision. superintendent traci davis serves on the board, but she doesn't have voting power. the measure aims to raise at least 600-million
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the committee says, pulling from multiple resources tends to anger more special interests, giving the ballot measure, less chance of survivial. and when it comes to nevada's education... a new report has ranked our state dead last. "education week" shows nevada performing significantly worse than the national average, in several areas. the state earned an overall 'd' grade, while the country as a whole earned a 'c'. cheap gas is beginning to be the norm in the nation. in fact, prices are at the lowest level since 2009. according to analyst 'trilby lundberg' --the average price of a gallon of regular unleaded gas dropped a penny over the last three weeks and now stands at 2-dollars and 5-cents. the current price is 15- cents a gallon under where it was one year ago. the highest prices can be found at pumps in los angeles at 3-dollars and 1-cent and the lowest was in st. louis at 1- dollar and 64-cents.
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according to gasbuddy.com you will pay 2.43 at arco, 7-eleven, and circle m minit mart. we have a link to the cheapest prices in your neighborhood on our kolo 8 app or at kolotv.com. remember... prices are subject to change.# a non profit group in tahoe is helping people with disabilities achieve dreams through sports. why the group has recently changed their name. and this is something that would definitely make you late for work in the morning. a look at a car completly frozen in ice. "you're watching kolo 8 news now good morning reno with dave lawrence, amanda sanchez and lindsey matherly
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if you think we've got it bad here, think again. take a look at this car completely frozen over due to frigid temperatures in hamburg new york. no word yet on how the owner of the car got all that ice off. here's a live look from i-80 at donner lake. quiet weather will be in store through tuesday with the next snowfall potential expected by wednesday as a low pressure system approaches the region. for today and tuesday, high pressure will build across the west with overall dry conditions, light winds, and temperatures near season averages. high temperatures will remain in
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much of western nevada with upper 30s to lower 40s across the sierra. along with the high pressure, valley inversion will also strengthen through tuesday which may result in degraded air quality through the valleys. by wednesday, a quick moving low will provide the next shot for snowfall with travel impacts looking more likely across the sierra by the morning. snow levels look to start in the 5,000-6,000 range wednesday morning which will result in all snow from the start across sierra passes with snow levels dropping to near the western nevada valley floors by wednesday afternoon. have continued a modest upward trend in precipitation chances/amounts but with the splitting
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of recent systems, the forecasted amounts have tended towards the more conservative end of model guidance. at this point its looking like a few inches of accumulating snow is possible along the sierra which will still likely with the next snowfall potential expected by wednesday as a low pressure system approaches the region. for today and tuesday, high pressure will build across the west with overall dry conditions, light winds, and temperatures near season averages. high temperatures will remain in the low to mid 40s for much of western nevada with upper 30s to lower 40s across the sierra. along with the high pressure, valley inversion will also
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tuesday which may result in degraded air quality . . . . . . our reporter matt vaughan is sick today. he's a washington redskins fan so that makes sense. every year. they help disabled skiers achieve what they never thought possible. but going into this season. tahoe's "disabled sports" decided they no longer wanted to be defined by what their clients couldn't do. here's kolo 8 news now's colin lygren. they're work remains the same. but a new name. equals a new focus at disabled sports u.s.a. far west. "we thought it was time to update our name to be a little bit more empowering, and speak to what we really do in our lessons and adaptive programs." moving forward.... the program will be known as "achieve tahoe." the name... playing off
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do... and not what is holding them back. "calling the program disabled sports or adaptive skiing has always been effective in explaining what we do, but it really does not explain where we want to take people." achieve tahoe on the other hand... does explain that. just take a run with one of the adaptive skiers... and you'll see... not only are they achieving... they're excelling. "i think it is more broad for everybody and we are always constantly trying to achieve something." junghae kim is the perfect example of that. she heard about the program 15 years ago... and has been tearing up the mountain ever since. "it was a little bit crazy idea at the time, but that is how it all began and here i have 15 years later and i can ski the whole whether it's a physical disability... or wounded warrior... it doesn't matter. achieve tahoe focuses on the ability... and makes a difference in peoples lives. "our major goal is independence. we want them to be able to see that they can do it on their own, that they are able to make their turns in dependently." the thought is... goals achieved here... will translate to goals achieved elsewhere in
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colin lygren... kolo 8 news now. the junior open and youth national championship boxing tournament was back in reno and it gave young boxers a chance at their dream. boxing is a sport of science that helps teach discipline from an early age. for the past three years... czarina mccoy... has been training for her chance at greatness... but she says boxing is something she happened to stumbled upon. "czarina: all my life i've been doing acting, singing, dancing modeling, dancing all of that. i wanted to mix it up a little. boxing is completely different from all those things. " for the 315 teenagers competing...this tournament is their ticket to the olympics. the winners will be a part of the u-s-a national team... some members will represent u-s-a in world championships. you can head to kolotv.com for the a full list of results. ?do you need some tips to cut some of your expenses down? well we have a few ideas for you. how you can save by making a few simple changes in your
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and, if you're catching a ride from uber in the near future, you might notice lower prices. we'll tell you why. for news while you're on the move, listen to our news partner
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chief executive of volkswagen apologized over last year's emissions scandal. the apology comes ahead of a meeting with an e-p-a administrator this wednesday -- where the chief will offer up solutions on how to fix diesel engines that cheat on emissions tests. about 600 -thousand volkswagens in the u-s dating back to the 2009 model year have software that cheats on emissions tests, with similar software on 11 million cars worldwide. uber has announced it is offering discounts to riders starting this coming weekend. january is a slow time of month with more people staying in which obviously means fewer trips and less income for uber drivers. in order to boost demand, customers in about 1-hundred u-s and canadian cities will find their rides discounted beginning saturday. there are lots of ways you can save money. one way is by extending the life of things you already own. we've put together a list of things in your home that you can make
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according to money talks news, you can make food in jars last longer by storing them upside down in your fridge-- this includes jars of salsa or spaghetti sauce. this can prevent mold and keep your food fresh. you can also save by cutting your cleaning sponges in half before you use them -- making them last twice as long. another way to save is cutting the amount of laundry detergent you use in half. a little bit of soap goes a long way. and to keep your razors in good condition, make sure you dry them off after you use them. keep them sharp, rub your razors on a piece of denim. finally, air drying your clothes, instead of using a dryer can help keep your clothes in good condition. you can also try washing your clothes in cold water to extend
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a small gesture can mean the world to someone who's least expecting it... how a young cancer patient got her wish to play in the snow -- for the first time in her life. good morning - coming up on gma - hollywood's big night - the golden globes - lara backstage with the biggest winners of the night - all the highlights live from hollywood this
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let's check in with "mike
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how's it looking so far? smoothly. no major delays on major delays on california. studio. thanks very much mike. here's a look at today's top stories.... now to that deadly city... police believe it stemmed from a drug deal. the shooting happened just after midnight in the area of windridge and spooner drive. police say one man was taken to renown with a stomach. he was pronounced dead shortly after 2 a.m. g-o-p candidate donald trump made a stop here in reno yesterday. more than 2-thousand people gathered for the rally at the reno ballroom. trump talked immigration and his plan to build a wall to keep illegal immigrants out of the united states. he also pressed locals to go out and vote. trump's not the only g- o-p candidate rallying in reno. ohio governor john kasich will be at the washoe county g-o-p headquarters tomorrow.
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tickets are not required encouraged to r-s-v-p. this is the man suspected of robbing a 7-eleven in sun valley early friday morning. he was wearing a blue mask and brown coveralls... and he got away in a gray four-door sedan. if you have any information about this robbery call the washoe county sheriff's office or secret witness at 322-4900. here's lindsey with your final check of the forecast. quiet weather will be in store through tuesday with the next snowfall potential expected by wednesday as a low pressure system approaches the region. for today and tuesday, high pressure will build across the west with overall dry conditions, light winds, and temperatures near season averages. high temperatures will
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much of western nevada with upper 30s to thats what a group of young girl battling little bella had one wish... to play in the treaments prevented her from going outside. so the nurses brought the snow to her. for the first time in her life, bella played in the snow and built her favorite snowman -- 'olaf', from the movie
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ning. rebel rebel good morning, america. breaking news -- legendary rock star david bowie passing away overnight. changes his style influencing generations in music and movies. legions of fans and admirers. reacting this morning as we celebrate an icon. >> the oscar winner, sean penn's top-secret meeting with el chapo. did the actor cross the line?
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