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bounds skier at sugar bowl after the resort said his actions triggered an avalanche. thanks for joining us here on good morning reno... it's time ... i'm amanda sanchez. dave is off today. lindsey matherly joins me. high pressure will bring dry conditions through today. the next system will impact the region friday and saturday with a period of moderate to heavy snow in the sierra and a mix of rain and snow for the lower valleys. early next week, drier weather returns with near average temperatures. model simulations have 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
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studio. thanks very much mike. the search is on for three suspects who police say were involved in a robbery and shooting near the intersection of patton drive and wedekind road. it happened around 7:45 last night at an abandoned apartment building. police say two people were robbed in the building and one of them was shot. they were taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. sparks police are also looking for three men who forced their way into an apartment just before 8 o' clock last night on 18th street. according to reports... forced two people inside the apartment to get on the floor - one of those victims was hit the men then took off. police say two of the suspects were last seen wearing black hooded sweatshirts -- the third suspect was wearing grey clothing. they all drove off in a dark four door sedan.
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information about this home invasion--or the armed robbery-- call secret witness at 322- 4900. scary moments at the washoe county sheriff's office last night when deputies say a man brought a suspicious package into the building. it happened just before 5 o'clock. the man said he found the package on his door step but didn't know what it was. deputies shut down the building and the parking lot to secure the area and investigate the package. it turned out to be harmless. everything reopened a couple of hours later. washoe county officials say a local man has been sentenced to 25-years in prison as a habitual criminal after three recent burglary convictions. 34-year-old curtis tomlinson was sentenced in washoe county court last thursday. he was convicted of burglarizing businesses in reno and sparks. tomlinson also had a dozen prior convictions in three states. he will have to serve a
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before he is eligble for parole. nevada is one step closer to increasing the state's minimum wage. district judge james wilson sided with minimum wage hike supporters yesterday -- ruling the petition language doesn't need to be changed. las vegas and reno- sparks chambers of commerce oppose the proposal. nevada's minimum wage is 8-dollars and 25-cents an hour, or 7-25 if an employer offers health insurance. the measure would raise the rate to 9-25 an hour in 20-18 -- that number would increase 75-cents each year until it reaches 13-dollars in 20-24. keeping tahoe blue will be a little bit easier -- now that the tahoe restoration act passed committee. the tahoe restoration act would provide 415- million-dollars to help reduce wildfire threats, improve water clarity, jumpstart infrastructure projects, and combat invasive species. the bill is sponsored by
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nevada senators dean heller and harry reid, and california senators dianne feinstein and barbara boxer. boxer says the bill will aslo benefit the local economy. "lake tahoe, if you haven't been there, it's one of our most magnificent treasures and it's emblematic of the natural beauty of california, one of the defining characteristics of our state. it's a huge tourist attraction." the federal government manages about 80-percent of the land in the tahoe basin. turning now to two deadly avalanches. a skier and a snowboarder -- trapped under mountains of snow in montana and wyoming. seven deaths have now been blamed on avalanches this winter. abc's clayton sandell shows us how onesnowboarder was lucky to escape an avalanche at sugar bowl. script: nats - mares / ready? just seven seconds into snowboarder christian michael mares downhill run? an avalanche.
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nats - friend / christian! narrowly missing trees? nats - tumbling, "bleep", etc. ?tumbling downhill? shaken? but alive. nats - mares: so that happened. across the west conditions are ripe for avalanches. two people have been killed just this week, bringing the recent total to seven. every winter? an average of twenty- seven people die in avalanches. nats in california the ski resort says mares he and his pals were trespassing in a closed area. the local sheriff says mares may be prosecuted. mares says he did not know the area was closed. nats the avalanche last week near lake tahoe is in the same area where teams have now called off the search for a ski instructor carson may? missing since thursday. tag: avalanche experts tell us the danger increases with each new snowstorm. but that danger does not pass with the storm? and in some areas avalanches can be triggered all the way into late spring. almost three hundred new homes are going up in verdi. why this is so concerning to school officials. with the drop in the stock market, economists say owning gold could be a better bet. coming up, lindsey matherly will have your complete forecast.
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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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the r-t-c needs your help picking a new name for their new rapid transit line. it will debut in 20-18 to better link downtown reno and sparks. everyone submitting a name will be eligible to receive one free r-t-c '2-ride' pass. to submit a name go to r-t-c's facebook page or the r-t-c transit stations in reno and sparks. the winning name will be announced this spring. reno land development company will build hundreds of new homes in verdi and give funding to local schools to ease overcrowding in the area. the company is building 273 new homes and is giving 200-thousand dollars to verdi elementary, billinghurst middle and mcqueen high schools -- to help with capital improvements. the school district says the funding won't be enough to fix overcrowding throughout the district, but they have a temporary solution. pete: the new developments coming in, it's going to be at full capacity at verdi elementary school so that school will be filled. mcqueen high school has 14 portable classrooms so that's well over capacity. pete etchart with the
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washoe county school district says the overcrowding issue is going to be difficult as the district moves foward, but their mission is to educate their students. construction on the homes is set to start in may or june. there could be another planet in our solar system. researchers at the california institute of technology have found evidence in the outer solar system of an object that could be a real ninth planet. research say it has a mass about 10 times that of earth and orbits about 20 times farther from the sun than neptune. that means it would take between 10 and 20- thousand years to make just one full orbit around the sun.
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high pressure will bring dry conditions through today. the next system will impact the region friday and saturday with a period of moderate to heavy snow in the sierra and a mix of rain and snow for the lower valleys. early next week, drier weather returns with near average temperatures. model simulations have been fairly consistent timing the arrival of the next storm system. there are two shortwaves with this system, the first impacting the sierra late tonight-friday, and the second friday evening-saturday. strong winds develop across sierra ridges this afternoon, with south- southwest gusts by midnight. wind prone locations along
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the sierra foothills, including along highway 580, will see an increase in winds this evening, with gusts 40-50 mph developing by midnight. for wrn nv valleys, the stronger winds will develop friday during daylight hours with gusts 30-50 mph likely. earlier simulations showed somewhat of a break in sierra precipitation friday night between the two shortwaves, but the latest dont show much of a break. air mass stability and southerly flow should maintain strong shadowing for the east slopes of the sierra and across wrn nv through at least friday. the second shortwave will eventually lead to spillover precipitation into western nv by late friday night or early saturday morning, but amounts may initially
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if you're looking to invest in anything-- if you're looking to invest in anything-- experts are saying it should be in gold -- since the precious metal continues to rise in value. the commodity has gone up 40-dollars an ounce in the new year and is now hovering at 11- hundred dollars an ounce. experts say people are transferring their money to gold because it holds its value.
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"the old analogy is a twenty dollar gold piece will buy you a nice suit. a tailored suit in the twenties cost a $20 gold coin. today a tailored suit is going to be around a thousand dollars. it is the same value, it is just a matter of which asset you are using." allen rowe of northern nevada coin says the main reason to own gold, is to have a portfolio protection in your assests. he says your gold will buy you something of equal value worldwide but the value of gold aways changes. in the last 20-years the price of gold has ranged from 500-dollars to 19-hundred dollars. good news for walmart employees... how more than a million workers will be getting a pay bump ... and just how much they'll be making. plus ... smoking is about to get more expensive for some people. why health advocates are looking to raise cigarette taxes. and here's a look at today's pump patrol. according to gasbuddy.com you will pay .....2.10 at valero on 4th street.
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cheapest prices in your neighborhood on our kolo 8 app or at kolotv.com. remember... change.# tax season is officially again! again! again! again! again? again! again! general mills is removing artificial flavors and colors from our cereals.
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return, it's good to know why the irs could audit you. according to time dot com one reason is if you have an overseas bank account. the united states has hammered out deals with foreign regulators so that the i-r-s now gets a much better picture of who's got what, and where it's located. experts say you can also get flagged if you're making money from the shared economy and you don't pay taxes on it. this applies to self employed people like uber drivers. if you're earning money from this line of work, it's your responsibility to remember to pay your taxes. another way you can get audited is if you lie about your health insurance coverage. people who forgo insurance have to pay a fine. make sure you don't lie about having coverage because the i-r-s will be checking this year. that pack of cigarettes could soon cost you a lot more in california. "if you raise the price of cigarettes, people smoke less. people
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respond to price, in particular, young people don't start. so, to a large extent, what we are trying to do is to dis-incent young people from ever starting smoking." health advocacy groups are collecting signatures for a california ballot initiative that would raise the cigarette tax by two dollars. the measure would place equivalent taxes on tobacco products -- including e-cigarettes. health advocates say the goal isn't to increase tax revenue, but decrease tobacco use. amazon-dot-com says it will offer refunds to anyone who bought hoverboards on its website. the move comes amid growing concerns that the two-wheeled balance boards are not safe and pose a fire hazard. the consumer product safety commission is investigating more than three dozen instances of hoverboards smoking or bursting into flames. amazon however does still sell hoverboards on its site. walmart says many of its u-s workers will be getting a pay raise next month.
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the retail giant says every walmart and sam's club employee hired before the start of the year will soon earn at least 10 dollars an hour. more than a million u-s workers will get the pay hike starting february 20th. it comes about nine months after walmart increased pay for half- million workers to at least nine bucks an hour. if you're already excited for the release of the next star wars movie ... ...you might have to wait a little longer than expected. more on a recent change in the release date of episode eight. and after taking a break from performing due to the recent death of her husband ... celine dion is ready to get back on stage. details on when she's expected to return. for news while you're on the
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here's a unique view of the northern lights taken from above the earth. astronauts scott kelly and tim peake shared their view from the international space station. you can see the polar lights from the ground... but it's a very different view than what the astronauts witnessed. peake called their view of the aurora "magical." high pressure will bring dry conditions through
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region friday and saturday with a period of moderate to heavy snow in the sierra and a mix of rain and snow for the lower valleys. early next week, drier weather returns with near average temperatures. model simulations have been fairly consistent timing the arrival of the next storm system. there are two shortwaves with this trending this morning... a big revelation from a former 'sopranos' star.. actress jamie-lynn sigler tells people magazine she has been battling multiple sclerosis for the past 15 years. she says she was diagnosed with the degenerative disease when she was 19 years old... ahead of the 'the sopranos' fourth season. she tells the magazine she wasn't emotionally
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prepared to reveal her condition to the public until now. the 34-year-old says her symptoms have become worse over the past decade... noting that she can't run or walk for long periods of time without rest. "i will finish... what you started." a disturbance in thr force-- "star wars" fans will have to wait seven months longer than anticipated for the follow-up to "the force awakens." disney has moved the release date of "episode eight" from may to december of 2017. disney did not give a reason for the postponement... but a december release date has worked out pretty well for 'the force awakens'. as of this week the film has made more than 860 million dollars just in the united states. and singer celine dion will return to the las vegas stage next month. dion had to take a leave from her stage show after the death's of both her husband and brother last week.
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thanks for joining us here on good morning reno... i'm amanda sanchez. it's
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lindsey matherly joins me. high pressure will bring
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dry conditions through today. the next system will impact the region friday and saturday with a period of moderate to heavy snow in the sierra and a mix of rain and snow for the lower valleys. early next week, drier weather returns with near average temperatures. model simulations have been fairly consistent timing the arrival of the next storm system. there are two shortwaves with this 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. millions of americans are bracing themselves, preparing for record- breaking snowfall this weekend. in some states, crews are already trying to clear roadways after light snowfall created a traffic nightmare. abc's ray raimundi has
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overnight-- chaos on the roadways. motorist slamming and crashing into one anoer. the aftermath of a combination of untreated roadways and light snow....which literally wreaked havoc across mid-atlantic states sot: "so i drove home from work and i'm not used to driving in snow, so it was pretty rough driving home, it took a while" the less than two inches of snowfall -- crippling enough in the delay the leader of the free world. president white house -- delayed -- after his staff was forced to change plans due to the weather. sot broadcastify: "en route to the hospital. we have in montgomery county maryland, just outside washington...cars were stuck on roadways for hours. sot: "just trying to stay off the roads" and in west viriginia....utility themselves for
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impending power outages. sot phil moye / spokesperson appalachian power: "the thing that has us worried abotu this storm is the depth of the snow and potential for wet snow...." some 15 states this morning...under winter storm watches...from as far south as north carolina to as far north as boston. this...as the i-95 corridor braces for a potentially historic blizzard...aimed right at the nation's capital, new york, and philadelphia. sot hogan: "we don't want to overreact, but we encourage people to start getting prepared." tag: this morning -- dc snow teams are tripling the amount of plows and snow trucks. state officials are urging everyone to take extreme precaution. this -- as we brace for the major storm -- which is less than 48 hours away.> the major airlines are preparing for all that snow too. american, southwest, and delta are among the airlines already issuing travel waivers to customers ahead of the storm. american is allowing customers traveling through nine airports between philadelphia and southern virginia to change flights without penalty. southwest is allowing customers from boston
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to washington to re- schedule if they plan to fly friday or saturday. and delta is waiving its change fee to travelers planning to fly at 19 airports between boston and washington this weekend. president obama is speaking out about the flint water crisis in michigan where people were sickened after the drinking water became contaminated with lead. ":25 - :35 i know that if i was a parent up there. i would be beside myself that my kids health could be at risk." michigan lawmakers approved emergency funding to deal with the water crisis in flint. governor rick snyder requested the funds in his state of the state week. but flint's mayor says billion dollars to fix the infrastructure and deal with public health lead levels in the water system soared after flint switched to a new water source in 20-14.
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a class action lawsuit claims many people later developed serious medical conditions, especially children. the former pharmaceutical executive, arrested on charges of securities fraud, says he has a date with congress next week. martin shkreli tweeted out a photo of a subpoena asking him to testify before the house committee on oversight and reform on tuesday. he's expected to be questioned about the prescription drug market. shkreli gained notoriety when his company raised the about 5-thousand percent. he is embroiled in a federal criminal case fraud. it's not clear whether allow him to attend the congressional hearing. in the race for the white house... new polls show hillary clinton and bernie sanders are neck-and-neck in iowa. and some opinion national lead shrinking. supporters using a new
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tactic -- arguing that a candidate who openly calls himself a socialist could never win the general election. here's jeff zeleny with more. --reporter pkg-as follows-- bernie sanders is a proud democratic socialist. now, hillary clinton's allies want to turn the socialist label against him. with sanders on the rise in the democratic primary fight . . some clinton supporters are increasingly throwing out the 's' word, saying a socialist could spell doom for the party. "he's not electable in the general election and that's because of the elephant in the room - he's a socialist." clinton hasn't said the word socialist, tonight, she's running a new television ad arguing she's the most electable. senator claire mccaskill - a clinton supporter - said to run an ad with a hammer and sickle," if sanders became the party's nominee. missouri "i think the republicans would be very excited. they're obviously helping him in every way they can. it tells everybody what they need to know." today in oklahoma, donald trump seemed excited to do just that. presidential candidate "sanders, can you imagine this guy? a socialist slash
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communist is doing well no, no, he's beating hillary clinton can you believe this? //i really would like to run against bernie sanders." sanders gave a speech at georgetown last year defining socialism. presidential candidate "i am not coming before the american people and saying, 'look, i am this radical, wild- eyed socialist." crazy ideas, but listen to me.//we want to raise the minimum wage to 15 bucks an hour. raising the minimum wage -- wildly popular. i want to create 13 million jobs by rebuilding our crumbling infrastructure -- wildly popular." but the line between socialism and communism is a fine one - open to being misinterpreted by voters or exploited by rivals. this week in iowa, jane nettleton went to see sanders. she believes in many of his ideas, but is alarmed at how republicans would define him. "i think it would be political suicide, frankly. yeah, i do. that's my view." senate democrats follows-- bernie sanders is a proud democratic socialist. now, hillary clinton's allies want to turn the socialist label against him. with sanders on the rise in the democratic primary fight . . some clinton supporters are increasingly throwing out the 's' word, saying a socialist could spell doom for the party. "he's not electable in the general election and that's because of the elephant in the room - he's a socialist." clinton hasn't said the word socialist, tonight, she's running a new television ad arguing she's the most electable. senator claire mccaskill - a clinton supporter - said republicans "can't wait to run an ad with a
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hammer and sickle," if sanders became the party's nominee. missouri "i think the republicans would be very excited. they're obviously helping him in every way they can. it tells everybody what they need to know." today in oklahoma, donald trump seemed excited to do just that. presidential candidate "sanders, can you imagine this guy? a socialist slash communist is doing well no, no, he's beating hillary blocked consideration of a republican bill to curb the flow of syrian and iraqi refugees into the u-s. the goal of the bill was to prevent possible terrorists from slipping into the country. the vote means the refugee bill, which passed the house with broad bipartisan support in november, likely is dead for the year. president obama warned he would veto the bill if it made it to his desk. in a month-- some nevada republicans and democrats will gather in schools and libraries throughout the state, and spend an hour or two taking part in a presidential caucus. the results will be reported in the national media and will have an impact on the candidates. but the experience is likely to leave many who took part to wonder why we do it this way. after all--- we had presidential primaries four times in our
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history. the latest was in 19-96, a republican only, mail-in ballot primary. like the earlier attempts-- it cost more than expected. and that points to one big difference between a presidential primary, and a caucus. states pay for elections. parties pay for caucuses. and this helps explain why we have a caucus--- instead of a primary. #### it's scary to think that the food we eat can sometimes be harmful to us... ...what you need to know the next time you head to the grocery store that will have you shopping like a food safety expert. "you're watching kolo 8 news now good morning reno with dave lawrence, amanda sanchez and lindsey matherly with your hour by hour forecast" sarah new robots being designed at the university of nevada are
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opportunities for the blind. noah we'll take a closer look at the program... tonight on kolo 8 news now at five. melanoma in young women is on the rise world-wide. of special concern are young women with melanoma who are pregnant or who have recently been pregnant. for the first time, new research shows these women face an uphill battle with the disease. cleveland clinic researchers studied hundreds of medical records of young women diagnosed with melanoma between 1998 and 2012 - comparing pregnant and recently pregnant women to non-pregnant women to see how they were doing 3 to 5 years after diagnosis. results showed that the melanoma spread faster and the women were less likely to survive if they were pregnant. "these women just need to take a stronger, more active role in making sure they get the right type of screening and follow-up for a number of years after their diagnosis or during the time they are pregnant and at least a year afterwards."
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pregnancy hormones or changes in the immune system that happen during pregnancy may fuel the cancer. high pressure will bring dry conditions through today. the next system will impact the region friday and saturday with a period of moderate to heavy snow in the sierra and a mix of
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for the lower valleys. early next week, drier weather returns with near average temperatures. model simulations have been fairly consistent timing the arrival of the next storm system. there are two shortwaves with this system, the first impacting the sierra late tonight-friday, and the second friday evening-saturday. strong winds develop across sierra ridges this afternoon, with south- southwest gusts increasing to 80-100 mph by midnight. wind prone locations along the sierra foothills, including along highway
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580, will see an increase in winds this evening, with gusts 40-50 mph developing by midnight. for wrn nv valleys, the stronger winds will develop friday during daylight hours with gusts 30-50 mph likely. earlier simulations showed somewhat of a break in sierra precipitation friday night between the two shortwaves, but the latest dont show much of a break. air mass stability and southerly flow should maintain strong shadowing for the east slopes of the sierra and across wrn nv through at least friday. the second shortwave will eventually lead to spillover precipitation into western nv by late friday night or early saturday morning, but be quite light. given the number of recent e. coli outbreaks ... and constant health
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food ... sitting down to eat can be a scary thing. but as kolo 8 news now's matt vaughan explains ... there are certain foods you can buy to minimize health hazards. people who work in the field of food safety probably have no problem picking out their groceries at the store. but what about the rest us? how do you know what's safe and what to avoid? well here are a few simple tips. ... when it comes to produce ... the government tracks chemical residues on fruits and vegetables. the ones you want to watch out for are apples, berries, cucumbers and spinach. if pesticides and chemicals worry you, you can try buying premium or organic for those specific fruits and veggies. some better ones that tend to not have as much chemical residue are onions, sweet corn, cabbage, eggplant ... and the cleanest is avocado. when it comes to seafood you want it high in omega 3 and low in contaminants. your best options are
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mackerel, shrimp and wild salmon. if you can get your hands on pole caught fish that is probably best because they tend to be younger and spend less time exposed to toxins. for farm raised fish you can get rid of most contaminants by cutting away or cooking off the fat. now to meat. you'll want to look for brands that minimize the use of antibiotics. the labels to watch for are american grassfed, animal welfare approved, certified humane, food alliance certified, global animal partnership, and the u- s-d-a organic label. and when you're at the store ... don't be afraid to ask lots of questions. when it comes to your
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if you're looking to get married soon, there's a wedding fair in town... or maybe you'd rather enjoy a 'footloose' musical. stick around for a few more weekend activities. rebecca kitchen will be live with your 8 things to do. for news while you're on the move, listen to our news partner news-talk 780 koh it's thrsday which means
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for some weekend plans... kolo 8 news now's rebecca kitchen is live with your 8 things to do... good morning amanda... this weekend is packed full with comedy, music, entertainment.. and lots and lots of sheep. ... first up... the annual wild sheep foundation sheep show is back... the largest conservation and hunting expo features live auctions, exhibits, and seminars. that's going on today through saturday at the reno sparks convention center. brides to be can check out the latest in bridal fashion and wedding trends at the annual reno fantasy wedding fair sponsored by the american heart association. that's going on sunday at the reno ballroom... doors open at 11. it's time once again for sheep dip.... the parody
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for charity pokes fun at local newsmakers and events that shaped this year...allfor a good cause..several members of the kolo staff are also participating this year... check it out tomorrow and saturday at the nugget... proceeds benefit evelyn mount community outreach and honor flight. the diary of anne frank comes to life starting this weekend.. you can watch the play tomorrow and saturday at the bruka theater. the play also runs through mid february...show times and dates vary theatreworks of northern nevada presents the miracle worker.. the story of hellen keller and her teacher anne sullivan. performances are tomorrow and saturday and the following weekend at the laxalt auditorium.. that's located on west second street. grab the family and head to the eldorado to check out footloose... based on the hit movie... the show is currently running.... and you can see it for yourself.. now through mid april. the temptations review featuring dennis edwards will take you back in time with classic hits like "papa was a rolling stone". catch the show saturday at
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the atlantis and finally... comedian steve hytner is back by popular demand.. the seinfeld and modern family actor will be at the pioneer underground tomorrow and saturday. show times vary those are your 8 things to do and you can always find more ideas by heading to kolo tv dot com and clicking on always find more ideas by heading to kolo tv dot com and clicking on kolo cares. dave and amanda he may be missing his corn cob pipe and button nose, but one snowman in michigan is still turning heads. the big impression "olaf" is making in grand rapids. let's check in with "mike
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here's a look at today's
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the search is on for three suspects who police say were involved in a robbery and shooting at an abandoned apartment building near the intersection of patton drive and wedekind road. police say two people were robbed and one of them was shot. they were taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. a local man has been sentenced to 25-years in prison as a habitual criminal after three recent burglary convictions. 34-year-old curtis tomlinson was county court last he was convicted of burglarizing businesses in reno and sparks. keeping tahoe blue will be a little bit easier -- now that the tahoe committee. it would provide 415- million-dollars to help reduce wildfire threats, improve water clarity, jumpstart infrastructure projects, and combat invasive species. reno land development company will build hundreds of new homes in verdi and give funding to local schools to ease overcrowding in the area. the company is building 273 new homes and is giving 200-thousand dollars to verdi
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billinghurst middle and mcqueen high schools -- to help with capital improvements. here's lindsey with forecast. high pressure will bring dry conditions through today. the next system will impact the region friday and saturday with a period of moderate to heavy snow in the sierra and a mix of rain and snow for the lower valleys. early next week, drier weather returns with near average temperatures. model simulations have been fairly consistent timing the arrival of the next storm check out this giant "olaf" in michigan! he stands about 13 feet tall and has people in grand rapids staring in awe.
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his buttons are made of ice cream buckets that are cut in half. get this-- it took an
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"good morning good morning, america. blizzard watch. a massive storm heading to the east coast.
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