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degree arson after they say he intentionally set his apartment on fire. and search crews are still looking for the sugar bowl ski instructor who went missing last week. plus out with the old.. in with the new. a look at plans for a new multi use building in carson city. thanks for joining us on good morning reno. i'm amanda sanchez and i'm dave lawrence. let's go to lindsey matherly with a look at
low pressure will move through the region today bringing wet snow to higher elevations and rain or a mix of rain and snow below 5500 to 6500 feet. the next system arrives tuesday with more snow for higher elevations and rain and snow elsewhere. gusty winds are expected again on tuesday, especially in the immediate lee of the northern sierra. another system is new this morning... sparks police have arrested a man who they say intentionally set his apartment on fire. 20-year-old tristan dufurrena is charged with first degree arson. the sparks fire deparment responded to reports of smoke coming from an apartment on merchant street, near rock boulevard just before 9:30 last night. they say it appeared a fire was set in the apartment but had been put out. police later found dufurrena and
started the fire. he's also charged with obstructing a peace officer and posession of drug paraphernalia. his bail is set at 21- thousand dollars. another fire is under investigation after police found a motorhome completely engulfed in flames on yori avenue, near gentry way around 8:30 last night. when fire crews arrived they say no one was inside the motorhome and no suspects were in the area. police are looking for a man who they say robbed a reno baskin robbins over the weekend. police say a man wearing a knit-hat and a black bandana over his face walked into the baskin- robbins on northtowne lane saturday night . police say he had a gun and demanded cash. employees describe him as having a thin build and about six feet tall. if you have any information about this robbery call the reno police department or secret witness at 322- 4900. the carson city sheriffs office arrested another man who they say was involved in the shooting that left one man dead last monday. 18-year-old jonathan skenandore was
charges of accessory to murder, accessory to robbery and conspiracy to commit robbery. he was originally taken into custody on a juvenile warrant. four others have also been arrested in connection with the death of 18-year-old grant watkins. detectives believe, watkins was shot last monday while selling drugs to the suspects. if you have information about this murder, call the carson city sheriff's office. a 16-year-old sparks boy has been sentenced to 30-years in prison for a 2014 stabbing that left one man dead. carlos montoya was 15- years-old when he stabbed his neighbor, 36-year-old brian marshall, in the chest. marshall died shortly after being taken to a hospital. montoya was charged as an adult in the case and pled guilty to one count of second degree murder with a deadly weapon. he'll serve a minimum of 12-years in prison before he's eligible for parole. marshall left behind a wife and two small children. search crews are still looking for a sugar bowl ski instructor who
today bringing wet snow to higher elevations and rain or a mix of rain and snow below 5500 to 6500 feet. the next system arrives tuesday with more snow for higher elevations and rain and snow elsewhere. gusty winds are expected again on tuesday, especially in the immediate lee of the northern sierra. another system is possible late in the
satellite loops indicate an upper disturbance about to move into northern california just north of san francisco. the forcing from this low and moisture from a weakening pwat plume are bringing lowering cloud decks over western nevada, with widespread light valley rain and higher elevation light snow expected
there is little or no colder air to filter in this morning with precipitation so any impacts this morning in western nevada should remain in the foothills above about 5,500 feet. although snow may mix in down to around 5,000 feet during periods of heavier precipitation this after years of economic hardship... new development is once again beginning to take
kolo 8 news now's rebecca kitchen is here with a look at a new project taht developers hope is just the beginning of a new era in the capital. good morning dave and amanda... carson.. like the rest of us.. was hit hard in the recession and that left a lot of vacant buildings... and buildings in desperate need of a facelift... but thanks to the hop and mae adams foundation... that new start may be just aroudn the corner. ... nats... construction... . this is a start. a brand new start... for an old building... driving down curry street in carson city... you will no longer see the vacant citi bank building..rather a pile of rubble and contruction equiptment sit in it's place. that building was empty for years. but soon a new building will occupy the space... nats..... this project is really going to add some vibrancy to our downton. it really ties in to the improvements the city is doing with carson street improvements, curry street improvements, making a more walkable community. when finished... 308 north curry street will be a multi use building
office, and residential space. something needed in the area... evident by the response to the project... even though the new foundation has yet to be poured. we get calls on a daily basis with people wanting to live downtown. we;ve talked to a lot of businesses especially restaurants who are really interested in being there. but project leaders say they hope this is just the beginning.. their hope is to turn downtown carson into something comperable to the midtown area in reno. the reno midtown is often used as an example of what the businesses and others are trying to create in our downtown area. so i think that's a good analogy. our downtown is our core we would love to see that in carson city. having a really vibrant downtown can really percolate throughout the city and help it come alive. so that is our ultimate vision is to have a really exciting, fun, energetic community where people love
project developers say they hope this will fit into the plan to make downtown are more walkable area.... and also tie into the carson street redevelopment project slated to start in march. kevin hart and ice cube are celebrating weekend box office numbers. and fans flock for david bowie... here's amer good morning. topping "america's money" -- gas for less than 50 cents? >> well, for a while yesterday that was the price in a northern michigan town, the result of a price war. >> well, prices are back to normal now but analysts say with iran's oil adding to the worldwide glut prices like these aren't that farfetched.
decided to ride along and see something other than "star wars." "ride along 2" brought in $34 million. >> and "the revenant" was second with $29.5 million and "star wars" was third with $25 million. and finally, an incredible honor for the late david bowie. >> yeah, for the first time, one of his albums has reached the top of the charts. "blackstar" was released just two days before his death. it sold 181,000 albums, bumping adele out of the top spot. if you're looking to save money on your medicare part d prescriptions, walgreens says, carpe med diem. seize the day to get more out of life and medicare part d. just switch to walgreens for savings that'll be the highlight of your day. now preview the cost of your copay before you fill. you can even get one-dollar co actually second if you're running a business, legalzoom has your back.
business owners get started. visit legalzoom today for the legal help you need to start and run your business. legalzoom. legal help is here. health officials say the first case of the zika virus was found in the united states. a baby was born with the birth defect in hawaii. the zika virus is where a baby is born with a smaller head than normal -- and as a result a smaller brain, which might not develop properly. health officials say the mother likely had the mosquito borne virus while living in brazil, and gave it to her child in the womb. officials say there's no risk of transmitting the virus to others.
finishing touch for your baby's nursery but beware. research shows..popular padded crib accessories pose a suffocation risk for small babies. recent research shows an increased reporting of suffocations due to crib bumpers and other objects in cribs. researchers determined many infant deaths would have been prevented if a crib bumper had not been in place. they also found that there is no benefit to using a bumper. parents often believe bumpers are needed to keep their baby safe and comfortable in a crib but dr. dr. elaine schulte ..a pediatrician at cleveland clinic children's says are not necessary cg: dr. elaine schulte/cleveland clinic children's "the bottom line is that crib bumpers are not safe to use in cribs. babies don't need crib bumpers. they don't need anything in their cribs." :07 dr. schulte reminds new parents that babies should sleep on their backs and a crib mattress should be firm and snugly fit the crib frame. your baby's crib should
the nevada department of agriculture needs your help feeding kids during the summer months. the department is accepting sponsor applications for the program. if you decide to participate, you'll be given training on the summer meals. sponsors will cook the meals themselves and help serve them during the summertime. it's a federally funded program that's been providing meals when schools out for decades. the department says the need is always there, and the benefits are great. providing meals when schools out for decades. the department says the need is always there, and the benefits are great. "if you have a child thats well nourished they're going to be healthy and ready to learn so they're going to do well inchool and we still want them to be active in the summertime." last year sponsors served more than 590- thousand meals. for information on how you can participate in the program, go to kolo tv dot com. the countdown is on to the iowa caucases. a look at the final democratic debate beofre the caucases. and the wage gap still
and rain and snow elsewhere. gusty winds are expected again on tuesday, especially in the immediate lee of the northern sierra. another system is possible late in the week. satellite loops indicate apple's itunes radio service will no longer be free as of next thursday. the company broke the news to customers in an e-mail late last week. "beats 1" will be the only free radio service provided by apple. all other stations, based on artists or genres will require a paid apple music subscription of 9- dollars and 99-cents a month. that service features guest hosts, exclusive interviews and music selected by apple's djs. the income gap seems to be widening... the wealthiest one percent now has more money than...get this... the rest of world combined. that's according to
a new study from ox-fam.
one percent... compared to 3.5-billion people. according to the study, the wealth of the most affluent rose 44 percent since 2010 to $1.76 trillion. g-o-p presidential candidate carly fiorina made a stop in reno yesterday. we will show you some
of the highlights of her speech at lakerdige colf course yesterday. this moring three american prisoners in iran are one step closer to reuniting with their families. for news while you're on the move, listen to our news partner news-talk 780 koh "you're watching kolo 8 news
good morning. it's monday, january 18th. i'm amanda sanchez and i'm dave lawrence. let's go to lindsey matherly with a look at the forecast. low pressure will move through the region today bringing wet snow to higher elevations and rain or a mix of rain and snow below 5500 to 6500 feet. the next system arrives tuesday with more snow for higher elevations and rain and snow elsewhere. gusty winds are expected again on tuesday, especially in the immediate lee of the northern sierra. another system is