tv Good Morning Reno 5am ABC January 12, 2016 5:00am-5:30am PST
i'm amanda sanchez and i'm dave lawrence. let's go to lindsey matherly with a look at the forecast. for today, ridge axis moves slowly east across nevada, keeping the region dry with increasing southwest flow in higher elevations and thicker cirrus spreading across the region. some valley inversions will remain today, although police need your help finding a man who they say robbed a little caesars pizza in reno. the robbery happened
night in the west moana shopping center. police say the suspect revealed a gun to the cashier, then ran away with an undisclosed amount of money. the suspect is described as a white man, standing between 6 foot to 6'- 5" -- wearing dark clothing, a mask with a blue hoodie and blue jeans. if you have any information about this robbery call the reno police department or secret witness at 322- 4900. we have new details about the man who died after falling into a frozen pond early friday morning at teglia's paradise park. the washoe county medical examiner's office has identified the 19-year-old man as -- sit-tan-eye-lee-eye two-uh-huh-lang-in-g sitanilei tu'ihalangingie. rescue crews say he was in the water for about half an hour before being pulled out. two brothers have been arrested in connection to a fatal shooting in carson city. 19-year-old allen garcia-manriquez and 18-year old jesus garcia-manriquez were taken into custody around 8 a-m yesterday at a carson city home. police say the deadly shooting happened early yesterday
-- killing 18-year-old of a gunshot wound to the stomach. watkins tried to sell 3- ounces of marijuana to the brothers before the meeting turned roughly 10-thousand other drug paraphernalia were the case is still under investigation. after recent events both locally with crime and nationally with the president's executive orders... sales have increased considerablly... and that's why cabelas wanted to offer a series focusing solely on all aspects of gun safety.. kolo 8 news now's rebecca kitchen is live with the details. wanted to offer a series focusing solely on all aspects of gun safety.. kolo 8 news now's rebecca kitchen is live with the details. good morning dave and amanda... cabela's has always offered continuing education on gun safety... things like which firearm is right for you, how to clean
seeing a rise in gun sales... especially among first time gun owners... and that is why they created the series. a lot of that is the world just isn't as safe of a place as it was 10 or maybe 15 years ago. so i think folks are nervous about that and just want to be protected, whether it's in their home or take the concealed weapons class .... but i think they just want to be able to protect themselves and their family in this uncertain times. so all through january and february they classes are twice a week... but designed so you can attened one ... a few.. or all of them.... they are short classes anywhere from a half hour to an hour and most importantly free.... jamie klund.. marketing manager for the store said with more firs time owners arming themselfs they wanted to make sure people were well educated. they offer a wide variety of classes...
in a few weeks. "sometimes women are more comfortable in a group setting with women only... we don't turn men away but it's meant to be women only in a setting they feel comfortable in. " gun storage and safety: jan. 12, 6:30 pm jan. 16, 1 pm responsible gun ownership women only: jan. 19, 6:30 pm jan. 23, 1 pm don't be a victim: jan. 26, 6:30 pm jan. 30, 1 pm klund says the don't be a vicitim is his favorite... because it reminds people they don't always need lethal force to protect themselves... for more information on classes... head to kolo tv dot com and click on hot topics. in light of the recent shootings near pat
councilman oscar delgado is teaming up with reno police chief jason soto for a community meeting to discuss neighborhood safety today. it will be held in the gymnasium of glenn duncan elementary located at 1200 montello street from 5:30 t0 7 p-m today. president obama is expected to touch on gun control in his final "state of the union" address today. and he's promising a much different type of speech. abc's stephanie ramos has more on what you can expect. script: obama sot: i have no more campaigns to run. my only won both of them. that was president obama at last year's state of the union address...... now...in his final year in office he'll speak before congress for the last time .... but instead of trying to persuade the joint session to work with him in 2016 ..with
the president is expected to deliver a speech...with a slightly different tone compared to years past. in a video released by the white house.......mr. obama previews what he'll say tonight? sot from video "what i want to focus on in this state of the union is not just the remarkable progress we've made, not just what i want to get done in the year ahead, but what we all need to do together in the years to com. " the president's speech will try to frame the choice facing americans as they select the next president he'll tout the economy's recovery nat sot: seven years ago, auto sales hit a 27-year low. last year, they hit an all-time high. and other administration's successes like the affordable care act, the new cuba relationship, and the legalization of same sex marriage.... nats: same sex marriage cheers soundbite: matthew dallek, george washington university: "it does become a little more of a legacy speech in terms of
achieved." and a long list of guests sitting with first lady michelle obama to includes....a refugee from war torn syria... to army reserve major lisa jaster....one of just three women to complete the vigorous army ranger course. a chair in mrs. obama's box will be left empty to honor victims of gun violence. ramos on-camera tag: south carolinas governor nikki haley will give the republican response to president obama's state of the union address. haley is seen as a potential running mate for the eventual gop nominee. another guest who will be sitting with the first lady is veteran cynthia dias from las vegas. dias is a navy veteran who served during the vietnam war in a hospital ship as a registered nurse. now, diaz is a volunteer at the 'veteran's village' -- a non-profit in vegas that provides resources to homeless veterans. and a reminder that because of the state of the union... our evening newscast schedule has changed a bit. abc world news will be on at 4:30 p.m. you can catch kolo 8 news now's 5 o'clock news at the same time. followed by the state of the union at 6 o'clock. new details are emerging in the capture of drug kingpin "el chapo." now the u-s wants him sent here to face justice...why that process could take a long time. and it's powerball fever but there are some tips to remember if you're trying to win in an office pool.... coming up, lindsey matherly will have your complete forecast.
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we're getting a look at new and dramatic video of the takedown of el chapo. a squad of mexican marines went in to a safe house to capture the drug lord --responsible for a quarter of the drugs coming to the u-s. "nats" officials say the shootout killed five of el chapo's men -- but they didn't find the drug
marines eventually tracked him down in a stolen car. el chapo is now in a supermax thats been fortified so he doesn't escape again as he awaits extradition to the u-s -- but that could take over a year. for today, ridge axis moves slowly east across nevada, keeping the region dry with increasing southwest flow in higher elevations and thicker cirrus spreading across the region. some valley inversions will across nevada, keeping the region dry with increasing southwest flow in higher elevations and thicker cirrus spreading across the region. some valley inversions will remain today, although the inversion is not expected to be as strong compared to yesterday due to the ridge axis being displaced to
this trough of low pressure will bring another relatively quick round of precipitation to the sierra and western nv late tuesday night and wednesday. the winter weather advisories still look good with no changes planned for the forecast snow amounts. this will be a milder snow event with higher moisture content compared to last weeks snowfall. snowfall rates will surpass 1 inch per hour at times in the advisory areas, especially during wednesday morning with snow covered roads leading to chain controls and slow travel conditions near the sierra and higher elevation roads west of susanville and portola.
increased potential for a short period of rain and snow spilling into the reno-carson city areas during the afternoon. there may be some light slushy accumulations in foothills mainly above 5000 feet, but the lower valleys are more likely to have wet roads. across nevada, keeping the region dry with increasing southwest flow in higher elevations and thicker cirrus spreading across the region. some valley inversions will remain today, although the inversion is not expected to be as strong compared to yesterday due to the ridge axis being displaced to the east by the next trough.
nevada is one of only six states across the country that doesn't have a state lottery. with the jackpot now at 1-point-4 billion dollars... that's a lot of revenue the state is not receiving. last year, the powerball gave nearly 150-million dollars for schools in california. since nevada's statehood, lawmakers have at times tried to bring the lottery here but with no luck. the closest they've gotten was in 2009 when a measure passed the assembly, but not the state senate. one of the biggest opponents is the casinos. virginia valentine, nevada resorts assoc. virginia: it would be doing so in the expense of an industry that would provide quality jobs and provide a lot of revenue to the state, so it would come at the expense of something else. virginia valentine with the nevada resorts association says the measure would take two consecutive votes of passage in the legislature, then it would go to voters. since november 17th, california has already raised about 200-million
the next powerball drawing is tomorrow night. and of course a lot of people are getting in on those office pools. but some experts are actually warning against that. aishah hasnie explains why. --pkg-- 'i remember the emotion that controlled my clients.' attorney scott montross has seen what can happen when a lottery pool goes bad. in 2013, he represented a group of hairdressers from this lawrence salon who sued a co- worker over $9.5-million dollars. the women claimed they all went in on a lottery pool that resulted in a winning ticket. but their co-worker said the winning ticket was one shed bought personally... at the same time and same location. montross clients felt that was breaking a well-established and well understood rule. 'they felt betrayed. they were disappointed. they were saddened. that someone that they had an arrangement with would depart from the path.' so how do you prevent
montross says, make sure everyone is on the same page about the rules and expectations. you dont need to have that agreement in writing, but it is helpful. have the buyer send a picture of the tickets to the entire pool before the drawing so everyone has the numbers. and choose a person or attorney that youll have represent you as a group if you do win. in the hairdressers case, there was no written agreement, but there was a precedent on how their pools worked. 'what strengthened it was everybody said the same thing.' we tried to talk to the salon today, but they had no comment. the women wound up finding a resolution through mediation... but what they lost, montross says, was
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unexpected damage, pushes an aging school to the top of the repair list. the sheer size of this thing, we are working through a couple of shifts on this with different crews, and the amount of abatement that needs to go through just to build it back it part that is a lot of your problem. chris cobb-- the chief facilities management officer says repair and upkeep of existing buildings will only get more difficult. the last of the 2002 bond money will be spent this summer among five elementary schools and other projects in the district. ### . imagine getting sick... but having no way to get the medical care you need... that's the sudden reality for hundreds of people in carson city who thought they were covered... and obesity can lead to a variety of health problems you might not be aware of.
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be as strong compared to yesterday due to the ridge axis being displaced to
a last minute change in their medical insurance has left as many as 700 people in carson city without access to the health care they expected. pam perondi of carson city says she signed up for coverage through the prominence medical plan expecting to continue seeing the
same doctors she's seen for decades. but as the open enrollment period was closing, the company abruptly informed carson medical group it was cutting its compensation by a third. that left no time for negotiation, forcing the medical group to drop coverage through the company and leaving clients like pam perondi out in the cold. "my gynecologist is there. my family doctor is there. so, head this impacts me terribly." people like perondi must now search for new doctors and their choices are limited. there are just three family doctors in carson city still
prominence medical plan. it's unclear if any are accepting new patients. many people are resolving to get in shape in the new year. just in time too... because a new study reveals just how dangerous obesity can be. according to research by the national cancer institute... obesity leads to 34-thousand new cases of cancer in men and 50-thousand new cases in women each year. another study shows people with a higher body mass index, were more likely to get migraines. and although the link between obesity and infertility isn't clear... a study out of india found overweight women have a harder time getting pregnant. the american sleep foundation finds that nearly 80 percent of older, obese americans have trouble sleeping. and beware... those who are obese may find themselves making lower wages. tragedy in a small town in ohio. a home explosion leaves