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thanks for joining us on good morning reno. i'm amanda sanchez and i'm dave lawrence. the powerball jackpot reached 1.6 - billion dollars and at least 3 states sold winning tickets. paul vercammen joins us live from chino hills california, where one of those winning powerball tickets was sold. the winning numbers have been selected in wednesday's massive record-shattering $1.5 billion powerball jackpot. the numbers drawn were 08, 27, 34, 04 and 19, and the powerball was 10. a winning powerball ticket was sold in chino hills, california, according to the california lottery association. two winning tickets were also sold in florida and tennessee. the winning numbers have been selected in wednesday's massive record-shattering $1.5 billion powerball jackpot. the numbers drawn were 08, 27, 34, 04 and 19, and the
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powerball ticket was sold in chino hills, california, according to the california lottery association. two winning tickets were also sold in florida and tennessee. a huge and enthusiastic crowd gathers at the 7-eleven in chino hills, california that sold a winning powerball
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let's go to lindsey matherly with a look at the forecast. a series of storm systems will impact the sierra and western nevada through next week with periods of gusty winds...mountain snow and valley rain. the next storm will bring moderate amounts of snowfall to northeast california, northwest nevada and the lake tahoe region this
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&& .short term... continues with the next low pressure moving inland across the northern california later today and tonight. the new this morning... two families are out of their homes after an overnight fire at a duplex on yori near grove street. officials with reno fire say it started in the kitchen around 1:45 a.m. they believe it started after something was left cooking on the stove with no one home -- but the cause is still under investigation. there was significant smoke damage to the home. the red cross is helping the displaced families. another person has been arrested in connection with the shooting in carson city earlier this week that left an 18-year-old man dead. 21-year-old reed ske-nan-door skenandore was arrested tuesday night at a motel on south carson street. he's the third suspect
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witnesses identified him as the one who pulled the trigger, killing 18- year-old grant watkins. detectives believe watkins was shot, while selling drugs to ske-nan-door skenandore and two other suspects. deputies searched an apartment, finding about 10-thousand-dollars in cash, drug paraphernalia, weights-- and packaging materials. ske-nan-door skenandore is being held without bail. a new trial will be set for the suspect accused of killing a man during street vibrations in 20-11. motorcycle gang member, ernesto gonzalez was found guilty of the murder in 2013. during his trial-- gonzalez testified he shot san jose hells angels president jeffrey pettigrew to defend another member in his biker gang - the vagos. but prosecutors say the vagos planned to kill pettigrew, and gonzalez was the trigger man. during jury deliberations, members asked the judge if gonzalez could be found guilty of killing pettigrew, but not part of the conspiracy. it was a question the state supreme court
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judge should have stepped in for further clarification. "david houston/gonzalez attorney: it is absolutely correct that a judge is not to influence the outcome of a trial, and in fact, where a jury instrtuction is clear, regard that instruction as such and tell the jury, go back, read the instruction. but in this case, what became clear at that time and later of course with the supreme court, they jury was struggling with a fundemental issue of the instruction" houston says, his client will be released from prison-- and taken back to the county jail. he says the new trial could be underway by the end of summer. thousands of people are upset after the nevada public utilites commission voted to keep increased solar energy rates the same. the commission voted in december that solar customers, need to pay more per month, to support the electrical grid. they also voted customers should be paid less for the power they put back into the
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consumer protection, asked the p-u-c to stop or delay the rate change, but the commission denied this request last night. ""do i have a second? second. aye aye aye. motion passes." "the rates are still going to kick in and it probably will have to take a lawsuit to try and change this around that that is a travesty" commissioners say they have to lookout for all nevada utility customers. solar customers are only 2-percent of the customers in nevada. they say they made the vote for the other 98- percent. douglas county may soon be looking for a new county manager. the board of commissioners is considering a mutual separation agreement with manager jim nichols. the deal will be on the agenda at the next board meeting on january 21st. the board will also discuss plans for an interim county manager. if the agreement is approved, nichols will leave the county on january 29th. the reno police
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way for you to help fight crime. today they're unveiling an app called 'my r-p-d'. officers say this new app will make it easier to file police reports, find crime prevention tips and access community resources. the reno fire department is expanding its ranks. they say they'll now provide paramedic services. the fire department currently provides advanced e-m-t level services, but with advanced life support services, they say it will make a big difference. the fire chief says with these new services, they'll be able to reduce the suffering of victims they treat, by giving them pain medication before they're taken to the hospital. "one of the first projects i undertook was to implement paramedic level services its the highest level of service we can delive in the field its the first time in the history of the reno fire department we've been able to deliver that level of service." right now two engine
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the hope is to continue to expand this level of care in the coming months. new details are emerging after the murder of the american artist in italy... a suspect now in custody that she was seen with at a nightclub near her home... and the dow drops again... a look at the reason for this latest selloff... coming up, lindsey
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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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[throws up] first, we went deep-sea fishing... i'm so proud of you son! [throws up] then we went on thunder shark. three times! [throws up] announcer: you don't have to be perfect to be a perfect parent. thousands of kids in foster care will take you just as you are. some new developments on the american artist who was killed in florence italy. italian prosecutors say they've made an arrest in connection to the murder. 35-year-old ashley olsen was found strangled in her apartment in florence on saturday. prosecutors say olsen suffered two fractures to her skull before she was strangled to death. they're now holding a 25-year-old senegalese man in custody after his d-n-a was found on a cigarette and under the victim's fingernails.
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seeing the two leave a disco last friday and go into her apartment. they also say she may have died as a result of "autoerotic asphyxiation." she was strangled, but investigators say there was no indication she put up a struggle. but investigators say there was no indication she put up a struggle. a series of storm systems will impact the sierra and western nevada through next week with periods of gusty winds...mountain snow and valley rain. the next storm will bring moderate amounts of snowfall to northeast california, northwest nevada and the lake tahoe region this afternoon through late
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&& .short term... the storm parade continues with the next low pressure moving inland across the pacific northwest and northern california later today and tonight. the latest guidance trends favored more precip pushing farther south into eastern california to near highway 50. as a result, we added northeast california and the tahoe region to the winter weather advisory. while we are still anticipating a longer period of steady light to moderate snow in areas north of susanville and gerlach, for the northern sierra and tahoe basin we will likely receive a shorter period of more intense snow during the evening and late night hours. there is
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localized snowfall reaching advisory levels in western mono county if this wetter trend is maintained. for the reno-carson vicinity, a short period of light rain is appearing more likely for late tonight, with some snow mixing in above 5000 feet but little to no accumulation expected. sierra and western nevada through next week with periods of gusty winds...mountain snow and valley rain. the next storm will bring moderate amounts of snowfall to northeast california, northwest nevada and the lake tahoe region this afternoon through late tonight. && .short term...
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continues with the next low pressure moving inland across the pacific northwest and northern california airlines couldn't be happier with profits lately... a dollar for this... 20 dollars for that... and gas prices still low. good morning. topping "america's money" -- the ongoing slump for stocks. >> the dow starts this trading day down 365 points. s&p 500 and nasdaq were off, too. >> and get this. since the start of the year, the average 401(k) plan has lost nearly $7,000. u.s. airlines are soaring. in just the first threquarters of last year, the carriers had nearly $18 billion in profits. >> nose-diving fuel prices are
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so are all those extra fees. and it's unlikely we're going to get a break on those anytime soon. get a load of this cholesterol delight. >> because the 15-1 burger is a load. that six-inch beef patty smothered in a huge helping of pulled pork, cheese, bacon, and fried onions. >> it will be sold at this sunday's seahawks-panters game this sunday. the price? $15.01. >> get it. >> yes. because the team is 15-1. >> you're a smart one. >> some days.
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>> have a great day.it's time to start making some plans as we get closer to the weekend. kolo 8 news now's rebecca kitchen is live with your 8 things to do... good morning dave and amanda... we are still about 6 months away from the rodeo.. but if you need to get your fix of cowboys and bulls we have your answer.
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beast...the professional bull riders are back for two hours of non stop intense bull riding. that's going on saturday at lawlor events center starting at 7. the reno bighorns are taking on oklahoma city blue you can catch them sunday and monday at the reno events center... tip off is at 7 both nights. bundle up and head down to the riverwalk for this month's wine walk.... it begins at 2 saturday afternoon. a portion of the proceeds will help to benefit safe embrace. if you want to stay in this weekend... 13 hours: the secret soldiers of benghazi opens in theaters. starring john krasinski... you can catch it in local thearters starting tonight at 7. ?looking to laugh? comedian quinn dale from comedy central and the tonight show is heading to the pioneer underground. you can catch him tonight through saturday... showtimes vary. jersey shore fans can get excited for dj pauly d. he will be at lex in the grand sierra resort tomorrow nights starting at 10 if you're a fan of country and the tv show nashville... make sure to get your tickets for the stars of nashville... charles
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carmacck will perform top hits from the hit show along with some of their own work... thats saturday night at the silver legacy resort... starting at 8. and finally comedian martin lawrence will also be at the silver legacy. you can catch his standup show tomorrow at 8. those are your 8 things to do and you can always find more ideas by heading to kolo tv dot com and clicking on kolo cares. dave and amanda toss to break
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you see a lot of interesting things on the job. but i'll never forget the day we tried rescuing a man... ...who was rescuing a kite. we tried everything. then jack me to the rescue. with a chipotle chicken club coo for $4.99. that combo was the real hero that day. a craveable combo to the rescue. spicy, all-white meat chicken with chipotle sauce on toasted sourdough.
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a series of storm systems will impact the sierra and western nevada through next week with periods of gusty winds...mountain snow and valley rain. the next storm will bring moderate amounts of snowfall to northeast california, northwest nevada and the lake tahoe region this afternoon through late tonight. the storm parade continues with the next low pressure moving inland across the pacific northwest and northern california later today and tonight. the latest guidance trends favored more precip pushing farther south into eastern california to near highway 50. as a result, we added northeast california and the
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advisory. while we are we're just minutes away from finding out who will be nominated for this year's oscars. one unusual thing this year is that there are few clear frontrunners. but possible best picture nominees could include "spotlight", "carol", "the revenant" and "the big short." we'll have a live look at the nominees in just a few minutes. few people get to reflect on a life as colorful as one sparks woman-- who joined the circus at just 14 years old. now she's celebrating her 100th birthday. kolo 8 news now's ed pearce has her story. 00-:17 :17-:35 :35-1:35 as a young girl growing up in a large farming family in louisiana, jo madison couldn't have imagined her future path, but in her mid 20's on a bus trip to california to visit a sister, her
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marry, c-j madison. jo: "remember the movie 'it happened one night'? pearce
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wasn't washing her, he was painting her, giving her a pearce: "she was the other woman in his life." madison: "you better believe it, she was the girl in his life." that presented no problem. in fact, jo says she and bertha shared c-j's secret, his bad jo: "she got him off the stage a couple of times. he kept having these heart attacks. i think bertha knew. she knew. he was real close to bertha." c-j died in 1975. jo still lives in their sparks home, surrounded as she has often been by elephants, happy to share her thoughts on a long life. jo: "i never smoke in my life and i never drank. i had no desire to do it. when god wants to see me, he'll see me. i've had a wonderful life, a wonderful life." ed pearce kolo 8 news now the death toll is expected to rise this morning after a suicide bombing in a luxury shopping district in indonesia. ?who is likely to be responsible for the heinous attack? border patrol agents make a big discovery of marijuana being smuggled into the u.s. where it was found that has drug agents so shocked. you're watching kolo 8 news now. for news while you're on the move, listen to our news partner news-talk 780 koh "you're watching kolo 8 news
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