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the nominees for the 88th academy awards. nominees in the 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 afternoon through late tonight. the storm parade continues with the next low pressure moving inland across the
later today and tonight. the let's get back to the oscar nominations... now to a developing story in indonesia. explosions and gunfire rocking the country's capital... after suicide bombers target a starbucks. the streets of jakarta flooded with police as they try to find the suspects and help the wounded. here's abc's stephanie ramos. blown out windows?smoke billowing into the sky?debris scattered across the busy downtown streets of indonesia's capital. at least 3 suicide bombers ?detonated their packs?exploding themselves in a starbucks cafe in jakarta .... while gunmen attacked a police station nearby. at least one police officer is dead but the death toll could be much higher. after the first explosion .... chaos erupted in the popular shopping district of the capital that's home to luxury hotels and foreign embassies.
between the attackers and anti - terror police squads for more than an hour. while explosions in other parts of the city could be heard?. police intensely searching for other gunmen. so far no one has claimed responsibility for the attack but tensions have been high in indonesia as newer isis affiliated groups overshadow older terrorist groups in the region. everyone has been on high alert since christmas after a number of arrests were made across indonesia. counterterrorism advisers say about 500 indonesians have joined isis in syria....with other hadi groups pledging support to isis caliphate abu al baghdadi. the u.s. embassy now issuing an alert to all u.s. citizens in jakarta ... telling them to stay put ---avoid the area until authorities figure out exactly what is going on and who is responsible. tag: starbucks put out a statement on the attacks. saying?our hearts are with the people of indonesia? all starbucks in jakarta will remain closed out of an abundance of stephanie ramos abc news washington in honduras... three people were killed when of students from new york city crashed.
two students from columbia university and a health care professional died in the accident. 14 others were injured. u-s border patrol officers in texas made a strange discovery. they found nearly half a million dollars worth of marijuana hidden in a batch of carrots. authorities admit these drug smugglers were certainly creative in their attempt to smuggle narcotics into the u-s from mexico. the border patrol officers and their canine team uncovered nearly 3-thousand carrot-shaped marijuana packages hidden among real carrots. with less than a month until the crucial iowa caucuses, the g-o-p seems to have more contentious fighting between party leaders than their democratic rivals. the heated battle between donald trump and ted cruz has broken into open attacks as poll numbers tighten.
never mind their fight with president obama, hillary clinton and other democrats-- republicans have a brawl of their own that's brewing hotter and hotter. presidential candidate "ted cruz is a problem. he's got a real problem." donald trump tore into ted cruz again today raising more doubts over his citizenship. on twitter, trump wrote: sadly, there is no way that ted cruz can continue running in the republican primary unless he can erase doubt on eligibility. dems will sue! cruz struck back - going beyond defending his u-s citizenship, to questioning trump's character. in a radio interview, cruz said it's clear his campaign's surge has rattled trump. he told voters to consider the billionaire
suggesting trump has little in common with voters in iowa and new hampshire. presidential candidate "well, look, i think he may shift in his new rallies to play 'new york, new york' because donald comes from new york and he embodies new york values." for his part, trump blasts born in the usa at his rallies. a not-so- subtle reminder cruz was born in canada. his mother was a u-s citizen. a strategy that could explain how trump has narrowed the gap with cruz in the latest iowa poll from the des moines register and bloomberg from 10 points a month ago to 3 points now. with trump on top of the republican field in all national polls, the gop establishment grows more concerned. in the party's response to president obama's state of the union address, south carolina governor nikki haley challenged the rhetoric of her own party's frontrunner. south carolina "during anxious times, it can be tempting to follow the siren call of the angriest voices. we must resist that temptation." haley told reporters today it was trump and others she was calling out. south carolina "donald trump was not the only person i talked about. i know people want to say that's what it was. so, what i would say to mr. trump is don't take it personally." the governor's comments touched off a firestorm from some conservatives. ann coulter assailed her indian-american heritage, tweeting: trump should deport nikki haley trump said haley - a rising republican star - was off his short-list for vice president. presidential candidate fox/ fox and friends "i wouldn't say she's off to a good start // "i feel very strongly
doesn't." "you're watching kolo 8 news now good morning reno with dave lawrence, amanda sanchez and lindsey matherly heritage, tweeting: trump should deport nikki haley trump said haley - a rising republican star - was off his short-list for vice president. presidential candidate fox/ fox and friends "i wouldn't say she's off to a good start // "i feel very strongly about immigration. she doesn't." "you're watching kolo 8 news now good morning reno with dave lawrence, amanda sanchez and lindsey matherly
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 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
period of more intense snow during the evening and late night hours. there is even a possibility for 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. 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.
just for kids ... in fact there are now coloring books for adults ... and they're becoming quite popular. kolo 8 news now's matt vaughan has more on fad. the first commercially successful adult coloring books started showing up about 3 years ago ... but in just the last year they've really taken off. book stores are seeing an impact across the country ... including right here in the silver state. ... you can find adult coloring books just about anywhere. at stores like barnes and noble ... they are seeing them fly off the shelves. stock "it has become so popular, we can't keep the books in stock." but they're much different than the coloring books you might have grown up with.
and intricate patterns ... you may find yourself spending a lot of time on a single page. stock "it does help you develop some fine motor skills that perhaps we've lost a little bit with that technology age." and it seems that adults of all ages can appreciate them. barnes and noble recently held a coloring event at all of its stores nationwide. at the one in reno ... it attracted a wide age range. stock "it was across the board. there were women in their 40's, women in their 50's, there were men, teenage boys and children." therapists are even finding that coloring can have mental health benefits for some people. "a number of my clients have said there's a very calming effect. you focus, you're doing something constructive, even creative, because the choice of colors is all up to the person." clinical social worker sandie fox says that the act of coloring activates both sides of the brain ... which can help some people deal with traumatic
"it helps to deintensify the traumatic material, and even the anxiety if the person is just kind of anxious and depressed but doesn't have major trauma." so whether you're trying to cut some stress out of your life ... or just enjoy being creative ... coloring can be good for you. what i found interesting about these adult coloring books is that it takes you back to a time before technology took over ... so people are able to put their smart phones or tablets aside for a while and just unplug. i think that's one of the biggest benefits. a new state contract will help put laptops thousands of nevada middle schoolers. oregon-based c-t-l will help implement the "nevada ready 21" program. schools can apply for
be awarded in march. teachers and principals will get training on how to use the computers as teaching tools. students will receive a c-t-l chromebook next school year. ### bad news for some verizon customers. the carrier is raising its prices for unlimited data plans. the company has raised prices 20 dollars per month per device. for families with two phones for instance... that equals 5-hundred bucks more per year. verizon announced the price hike two months ago... blaming an uptick in video and data use. the company's price hike follows a-t- and-t which recently hiked its unlimited plans 5 dollars per month. it's the silver lining for a kansas museum. why this spoon...now at
back nearly two centuries. person to survey land that would become the state of kansas. territory's earliest settlers. the spoon will take its place by a watch that was also owned by isaac mccoy. the oscar nominees were just announced. but now it's time for the worst in show biz. a look at this year's "razzie" nominees. and nick carter is in hot water this morning. why the former backstreet boy was arrested. that's next on kolo 8
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
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 outlook skype calls- skype celebrates its tenth anniversary with a brand new calling feature. fordpass app- ford unveils in today's "techbytes" -- skype celebrating its tenth anniversary with a bra-new calling feature. >> users will soon be able to conduct free video conference calls from all of their mobile devices. the new feature will roll out in the coming weeks for ios, android, and windows mobile ford has unveiled a new concierge service. >> so drivers who download the ford pass app will be able to book advanced parking and arrange ride-sharing trips. and you can
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