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"let's see how much money fox is going to make on the debate without me, okay?" republican presidential candidate donald trump announced he will not be participating in tomorrow's g-o-p debate. what he says he'll be doing instead. and ?do you recognize this man? local police are looking for him as a person of interest. we'll tell you why. thanks for joining us here on good morning reno... it's time ... i'm dave lawrence. amanda sanchez is off today. lindsey matherly joins me. warm and dry conditions with high pressure over the region today and thursday. the next system will impact the region early friday and this weekend. rain, high elevation snow and gusty winds on friday with snow levels lowering and significant snow likely in the higher elevations of the sierra for the
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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. new this morning... sparks police need your help finding two suspects who they say robbed the mccarran mart on east greg street just before midnight. a clerk at the store said the two men were wearing masks. one of those men ordered her to the ground with a gun while the other took cash from the register. both suspects are described as white or hispanic. the first suspect was last seen wearing a dark hooded sweatshirt with a black leather vest. the other suspect was wearing dark blue clothing with a black beanie cap and white shoes. if you have any information about this robbery call secret witness at 322-4900.
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a crash involving one vehicle left at least 74 nv energy customers without power early this morning. that power has been restored. reno police say a driver was traveling east bound on west fourth street and crashed into a power pole and a fence after losing control. the driver was taken to the hospital with unknown injuries. officials say alcohol doesn't seem to be a factor in the crash and the power has since been restored. some new developments this morning on the officer involved shooting that left one man dead. police say 38-year-old sergio alvarado- morales is the man who began acting erratically after a crash on south mccarran monday. officials with the nevada highway patrol say it was a chain reaction crash caused by alvarado-morales. they say he hit a car from behind then hit another car. police arrived and found alvarado-morales holding a knife to his throat. officers say they tased him because he did not listen to commands. det. ken gallop, sparks police
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effect on that individual. that individual armed with a knife turned on both the officers and advanced toward them in close proximity. the officers on scene fired on the suspect." alvarado-morales was taken to a local hospital where he was pronouced dead. investigators don't know what prompted his erratic behavior, but are asking witnesses and people who know him to call the sparks police department, or secret witness at 322- 4900. an investigation is underway for a fire that started at the sundance apartments on clover way, near west moana lane. fire officials say the fire started in an abandoned unit yesterday, then traveled between walls - forcing people out of at least one apartment. reno police say they need your help finding michael henn. they say he's a person of interested in a series of residential burglaries that happened last year. henn is five-foot-ten, 185 pounds, and has brown hair with brown eyes. police say he's not
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at this point. if you have information about his whereabouts please contact r-p-d or secret witness at 322- 4900. the reno city council will review and possibly approve a lawsuit settlement between the truckee meadows fire protection district and the city of reno today. the district's board of commissioners approved the settlement regarding fire services. under the agreement the city and truckee meadows will drop the financial claims against each other. but truckee meadows has to pay a little more than 38-thousand dollars in unpaid worker's compensation. public land experts say a year-old policy regarding wildfires in sagebrush lands is turning out to be the most significant policy change in decades. last january interior secretary sally jewell directed federal resources to fight massive blazes in open sagebrush area, that supports cattle ranching and recreation, as well as providing sage grouse habitat. firefighting officials say jewell's order led more of the nation's firefighting resources,
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the great basin last year. ecologists say it's the biggest management change for sagebrush country, since grazing regulations were enacted in the 19-30s. the reno city council will discuss possible changes to the old citi- center bus plaza today. a proposal will be presented to turn the bus terminal into homes, or businesses, or both. if the proposal is approved a search will begin for interested developers. but, the developer would have to enter into an "exclusive negotiating agreement." the site was bought in 2008 by the city of reno for 6.6-million dollars to help facilitate the freight house district redevelopment project. donald trump is shaking up the republican campaign once again -- this time saying he will not take part in tomrrow night's debate on fox news. the network issued a statement mocking trump for his ongoing attacks on moderator megyn kelly. trump fired back, calling it a "pathetic
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abc's kendis gibson has script: with less than a week donald trump stunning the political world. refusing to take part in the final debate before thursday's republican news sot-trump "i won't be doing the debate. i'm going to have something else in iowa, do something where we raise money for the veterans and the wounded warriors. trump's absence will leave the main debate ratings draw and a sot - donald trump / "let's see how much money fox is going to make on the debate without me, okay?" trump continuing to blast one of the debate nats-trump megyn kelly is really biased against me, his main rival, senator ted cruz reacted to the news? implying trump is scared of kelly?. and offered a challenge. sot-cruz on cam late event i would like to invite donald right now to engage in a one on one debate with me any time between now and the iowa caucuses," on the democratic side, senator bernie sanders appears to be closing in on hillary clinton in iowa - confident enough to take a detour to neighboring minnesota - drawing thousands at rallies in st. paul and
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my god, what a turnout! but clinton, ahead by double-digits in national polls, is emphasizing her experience? sot/hillary cedar falls tonight "i do want you to know that i'm not just shouting slogans, i'm not just engaging in rhetoric, i thought this through, i have a plan." on-camera tag: bernie sanders visits the white house today for a private meeting with president obama. the meeting comes after the president heaped praise on hillary clinton earlier this week and dismissed comparisons between himself and sanders. kendis gibson abc news new york m-s-n-b-c and the new hampshire uniion leader are partnering to host a newly-scheduled democratic debate that would be held on february fourth. the democratic national committee has yet to give its approval for the event, however. martin o'malley has already agreed and hillary clinton's campaign says she'll participate if the other candidates agree. sanders campaign hasn't
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but did say they would work with the d-n-c and schedule more debates. hopeful jeb bush made a stop in the silver state. the former florida governor held a rally at the northeastern yesterday. bush said other republican candidates may be better talkers plan and a good heart. he also responded to recent questions about donald trump's religious views. "i don't know what he is. i don't think he has the kind of relationship he says he has if he can't explain it any way that shows he is serious about it. accepting the fact that we make mistakes and seek forgiveness, that's one of the tenants of christianity that everybody can agree on. we're all sinners... some more than others." the next scheduled campaign event is tomorrow in florida. the g-o-p candidate has
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campaign will help boost his numbers. there's a muddy mess on chocolate drive and it's the apparent culprit behind a trash problem... a look at why residents there aren't happy about their trash... and the u-n-r has just introduce 'zipcar' to nevada students. how the company says this could save students a lot of money. coming up, lindsey matherly will have your 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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students at the university of nevada now have even more options when it comes to transportation. students can now use ' zip-car'. its a service that allows you to rent cars by the hour, day or week. u-n-r students only have to be 18, with a valid driver's license. prices start at about 7- dollars-and-50-cents an hour and you only pay for the time you use. gas and insurance are included... but it's a thousand dollar deductible. officials say they believe it could be the cost alternative to owning a car. trt: 12 joe prospero, zipcar.com, "gives you freedom to have mobility, different kinds of cars, cars in all different kinds of areas.
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and insurance are included in all the rates. what you end up having is an all-inclusive option for transportation when you need it and not to have to pay for it when you don't." if the car breaks down zipcar will provide roadside assistance. and zip-car is not just for students. anyone with a driver's license, who is 21 and over, can use the service. warm and dry conditions with high pressure over the region today and thursday. the next system will impact the region early friday and this weekend. rain, high elevation snow and gusty winds on friday with snow levels lowering and significant snow likely in the higher elevations of the sierra for the weekend. forecast remains on track for the end of the week, with high confidence in a winter storm impacting the area. biggest areas of uncertainty are the timing of a cold front
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through the region friday night and saturday, and the potential for a second burst of heavy precipitation on sunday. snow levels will start above 8000 feet, then fall to 5000 feet or less after the front passes friday night or saturday. significant snow accumulations are likely in the sierra above 8000 feet. liquid totals for friday-friday night will range from 1-2 inches along the sierra crest to 0.50 inch or less for western nevada. highs clouds have kept temperatures up a bit early this morning and thus valley inversions are not as strong as yesterday morning. areas of fog have also developed in the northern sierra valleys and should burn off by
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people living in sun valley have been living with a big nuissance that has now turned into a hazard. the region today and thursday. the next system will impact the region early friday and this weekend. rain, high elevation snow and gusty winds on friday with snow levels lowering and significant snow likely in the higher elevations of the sierra for the weekend. forecast remains on track for the end of the week, with high confidence in a winter storm impacting the area. biggest areas of uncertainty are the timing of a cold front forecast to move
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friday night and people living in sun valley have been living with a big nuissance that has now turned into a hazard. for the past couple of weeks chocolate drive has become almost every neighbor's nightmare - thick mud and clay on the street caused by heavy rain. people there say even the simplest task becomes a messy chore but there's not much the county can do. according to its roads department, the majority of chocolate drive is privately owned. the county maintains about 870-feet of the street north of fifth street and 950 feet north of sixth street. the rest is up to the homeowners. neighbors say it's become too dangerous for even garbage trucks to get through. barbie: there's' a lot of time we don't get service because of the roads. they can't get to us. butt with jason: we have two cars. the wife is using my car. it has traction control just to get out the driveway. most of the neighbors say they didn't know the
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owned when they moved in. all they can really do at this point is get together and come up with resources to get the roads maintained - which could be costly. in the event of an emergency on the u-n-r campus ... university police need to be able to get the word out quickly. what they're doing today to make sure students are safe. and here's a look at today's pump patrol. according to gasbuddy.com you will pay .....2.25 at wolf fastop. we have a link to the cheapest prices in your neighborhood on our kolo 8 app or at kolotv.com. remember... prices are subject to
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look, i know you're a cow and all. and you may not know what i'm talking about,
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back in session at u-n-r ... university police want to make sure that students and staff are safe in the case of an emergency. kolo 8 news now's matt vaughan joins us live from the u-n-r campus ... where they'll be testing the emergency alert system later this morning. there are a number of safety measures for students and staff here on the u-n-r campus ... like these blue light phones where you can call 9-1-1 with just the push of a button. and today university police will be testing several different parts of the emergency alert system. ...
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campus know that there is an emergency situation. university police can also broadcast information over a loud speaker. today will be an all- systems test ... meaning a text alert and e-mail will also be sent out. those particular elements seem to be fairly effective for getting the word out campus-wide. in fact ... the text and e-mail alerts were used to let people know about an officer involved shooting that happened near the campus a little more than a year ago. university police will also be posting to their facebook and twitter accounts ... broadcasting via the department's a-m radio station ... and scrolling a banner across public computers on campus. there are also ways
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can be proactive in emergency situations. the safepack app includes links to campus maps, emergency contacts, emergency plans, safe ride access, and police services. if you see a crime or any other kind of emergency situation ... you can report it by texting unrtip ... followed by any information you have to 5-0-9-1-1. today's test is more trouble for backstreet boy-- nick carter. why he's now being sued by a bar employee in florida. and the little house on the prairie is getting a major renovation. for news while you're on the move, listen to our news partner news-talk 780 koh warm and dry conditions
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the region today and thursday. the next system will impact the region early friday and this weekend. rain, high elevation snow and gusty winds on friday with snow levels lowering and significant snow likely in the higher elevations of the sierra for the weekend. forecast remains on track for the end of the week, with high confidence in a winter storm impacting the area. biggest areas of uncertainty are the trending this morning... more trouble for nick
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the backstreet boy is being sued by a florida bar employee who claims carter struck and choked him. carter was arrested earlier this month after a brawl was reported at a key west bar. he pleaded not guilty to a misdemeanor battery count. "we're home?" "we're home." "little house" heads to the big screen. the hollywood reporter says paramount is developing a movie based on the long-running t-v series "little house on the prairie." michael landon and melissa gilbert starred in the pioneer family show.. which ran from 1974 to 1983. and hollywood is mourning the passing of abe vigoda. vigoda was a hollywood fixture for decades.. best known perhaps for playing sgt. phil fish on the 1970's series barney miller. his daughter says the actor died in his sleep yesterday... at her home in new jersey. cause of death... old age she says... noting he was never sick. the 94 year old also
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thanks for joining us here on good morning reno... i'm dave lawrence it's time ... amanda sanchez is off today. lindsey matherly joins me.
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with high pressure over the region today and thursday. the next system will impact the region early friday and this weekend. rain, high elevation snow and gusty winds on friday with snow levels lowering and significant snow likely in the higher elevations of the sierra for the weekend. forecast remains on track for the end of the week, with high confidence in a winter storm impacting the area. biggest areas of 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. take a look at this fire.
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orleans battled a 6- alarm fire at a commercial building on canal street, near the city's french quarter this morning. it broke out in an empty building and damaged another building nearby. no word on what caused the blaze but officials say so far no injuries have been reported. some new developments in that weeks-long standoff on federal land in oregon. investigators making several arrests overnight following a deadly confrontation between militia members and the fbi. it ended with the group's leader in custody and their spokesman--killed in the gunfire. here's abc's reena ninan. overnight, a weeks long stand off.. turning deadly. sot jason patrick "well i've heard a couple people were shot and one person is dead investigators moving in.. taking down militia members, who have occupied federal land in oregon since the beginning of the year. group members... driving to a meeting.. when police pulled their vehicle over. nats?.
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shots ringing out. the group's spokesman, robert lavoy finicum, killed in the gunfire. authorites arresting eight people, including the group's leader, ammon bundy.. authorites have released little information about the confonfration, including who fired first. townspeople... growing fustrated with the occupation.. hoping this is the end of the 24 day standoff.. sot im glad to see the end of this.. hopefully it is the ends of this. reena ninan, abc news new york in seattle...two people were killed and three others injured when someone opened fire at a homeless camp. it happened last night at a long-standing encampment known as "the jungle." police are still looking for the shooter. they believe the shooting was targeted. the jungle has been home to a number of violent incidents over the years. the water crisis in ohio is affecting businesses in the town of sebring. lead is seeping into the town's drinking water, affecting hundreds of people. a local diner though
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the owners are using bottled water and ice bought from another town. "sot hughes: we have kids, pregnant women, women that are breast feeding that come in here. so we just don't want to take any chance until they say it is ok to use the water." shirleen hughes says this is setting her back a few hundred dollars but says her customers deserve the best quality of ingredients, and that their health is her priority. the naval medical center in san diego is back open this morning after reports of gunshots put the building on lockdown for nearly 6 hours. an employee reported hearing 3 gunshots yesterday morning. but military police who sweeped the building found no signs of a gunman or shooting and confirmed the report was false. now to that urgent manhunt for 3 fugitives from california -- on the run -- after breaking out of jail. officials are studying surveillance video for clues about whether this was an inside job. all three men are considered dangerous. but as abc's kayna whitworth explains-- one of the inmates is
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tonight investigators taking to the roof again trying to piece together how three alleged violent criminals became escape artists. combing through jail surveillance footage to see when the three formed an alliance the fugitives accused of violent crimes from murder to attempted murder, kidnapping and torture. neyeri's even accused of mutilating his victim's genitals. the deputy district attorney calling him "'diabolical, violent and cunning'. comparing him to the cannibalistic movie villain "hannibal lecter" 21:08 kw when you're accused of torture and genital mutilation people are terrified that you're out on the run sc: sure i can understand and i feel the same nervousness.. i'm hoping it's not a violent end to this. that was kayna whitworth reporting. there's growing concern that this was an inside job. the sheriff says he's troubled by length of time the inmates were unaccounted for. the jail is now reviewing their body
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an attorney for the so-called "affluenza" teen says his client could be returning to the u-s soon. ethan couch has reportedly dropped his appeal against deportation from mexico. couch and his mother, tonya, were found in mexico last month, weeks after a warrant was issued for his arrest on a possible probation violation. his mother is back in the u-s and is charged with hindering the apprehension of a felon. couch made headlines when he was sentenced to probation for killing four people in a drunk driving crash. federal officials say a 23-year-old man arrested after buying machine guns from undercover agents was planning a mass attack in milwaukee. according to the f-b- i..."samy mohamed hahm- za " planned to go inside a masonic temple in wisconsin--lock the doors and gun down 30 people. a criminal complaint alleges he toured the temple just last week after visiting a firing range-- thinking he would carry out the attack with two other radicals using three machine guns with silencers. hahm-za
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defending islam. f-b-i agents have been investigating him since september. the founder of bikram hot yoga was ordered to pay 6-point-4 million- dollars after a jury found him guilty of sexual harassment. bikram chaud-ree choudhury was ordered to pay damages to his former lawyer who says he sexually harassed her. she also claims he fired her after she investigated a rape claim against him. at least six other women have filed sexual harassment claims against him in recent years - u-s customs arrested a man they say tried smuggling live birds -- in his pants. the man was a passenger on a flight from cuba to florida. customs and border patrol agents took the man into custody earlier this month at miami international airport. officials say the passenger was concealing six exotic
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groin area. the birds were turned over the the department of agriculture's miami quarantine station. mastering the art of cooking can be a daunting task... but a new local business wants to help everyone learn the joy of cooking. and, ?do you need help cutting down that internet bill? we've got some easy ways you can save money on all of your monthly bills. "you're watching kolo 8 news now good morning reno with dave lawrence, amanda sanchez and lindsey matherly with your hour by hour forecast" drought conditions have left rye patch reservoir stagnant. now a rare algae is killing off all the fish in the lake. noah colin lygren went there to find out just how
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has b i was walking home. just picked us up two breakfast croissants for four bucks, when this bear attacked. with one swipe, it devoured one of theroissants. then jack showed up and took care of the beast, so i could escape. and that's what happened to your breakfast croissant. and yours? it survived. share it with yourself. freshlycracked egg with ham and bacon,or sausage,
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from cable, to internet, to your phone... all of those bills can add up. but there are ways to cut down on those monthly costs. let's start with your cable bill according to money
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a newer t-v or gaming system and high speed internet, try using a streaming service like netflix or hulu. often times the subscription services are cheaper than cable. when it comes to internet, you can save some cash by using your smartphone as a hot spot-- depending on your phone plan. next...when it comes to your cell phone bill... try a prepaid plan. all major carriers offer them. finally gym memberships. check for low cost options. if you have a membership to costco, look into their partnership with 24 hour fitness. or you could just work out on your own at home. california has more snow than the state has seen in 5-years. the department of water resources reported the water content of the sierra nevada snowpack is at 115-percent of its historic average. that's the highest since 20-11, when it reached 129
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contributes nearly one-third of california's water. the last four years driest, in recorded history. warm and dry conditions the region today and thursday. the next system will impact the region early friday and this weekend. rain, high elevation snow and gusty winds on friday with snow levels lowering and significant snow likely in the higher elevations of weekend. forecast remains on track for the end of the week, with high confidence in a winter storm impacting the area. biggest areas of uncertainty are the timing of a cold front forecast to move through the region friday night and saturday, and the
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for a second burst of heavy precipitation on sunday. snow levels will start above 8000 feet, then fall to 5000 feet or less after the front passes friday night or saturday. significant snow accumulations are likely in the sierra above 8000 feet. liquid totals for friday-friday night will range from 1-2 inches along the sierra crest to 0.50 inch or less for western nevada. highs clouds have kept temperatures up a bit early this morning and thus valley inversions are not as strong as yesterday morning. areas of fog have also developed in the northern sierra valleys and should burn off by
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warm and dry conditions with high pressure over the region today and thursday. the next system will impact the region early friday and this weekend. rain, high elevation snow and gusty winds on friday with snow levels lowering and significant snow likely in the higher elevations of the sierra for the weekend. forecast remains on track for the end of the week, with high confidence in a winter storm impacting the area. biggest areas of uncertainty are the timing of a cold front forecast to move through the region friday night and saturday, and the potential for a second burst of heavy precipitation on sunday. snow levels will start above 8000 feet, then fall to 5000 feet or less after the front passes friday night or saturday. significant snow accumulations are likely in the sierra above 8000 feet. liquid totals for friday-friday night will range from 1-2 inches along the sierra crest to 0.50 inch or less for western nevada. highs clouds have kept
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early this morning if you can't stand the heat... get out of the kitchen... but as kolo 8 news now's rebecca kitchen shows us in this week's keeping it local there's a new business in the carson valley area hoping to sharpen your cooking skills sierra chef is already an established catering company in the carson valley area... but now the owner is expaning.. opening a cooking center.. where people of all skill levels can come and learn new skills. ... nats.... daunting place for people who don't know sierra chef... the daunting becomes exciting. i'm not a trained chef i definitely call myself a cook. i've been doing weddings and events for 25 years... it's a passion of nats... owner cynthia ferris- bennett is a self taught trying out new dishes on her family... my husband is the experiement, and usually they are pretty few that stand out that were disasters and he's really polite
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but that's the point of sierra chef.. to learn in a place where everyone... feels comfortable. to be a cook and a chef is a constant learning process . whether you're a famous chef or a home cook, it's always learning. with individual cooking stations... everyone through fun classes. kids classes, adult classes, pasta making, girl's night our, wine pairing. a little bit of everything. everything is right... there's even spice mixing, cheese making, plus she brings in guest chefs for advanced classes. she'll even create special classes for groups of friends. the majority of classes are where somebody calls or emails and says i have 8 people and we want to learn asian fusion cooking so we'll create a custom class. but she says her favorite classes... are when the pint size chefs come in... it's so important to get kids in the kitchen, not only for safety but also learning that there are other things beside chicken nuggets. i love to cook. i truely love to cook and that i can incoporate
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it's grand opening for tomorrow night at . but one of her first classes is a valentine's called pasta for lover's. for more information on the grand opening and class options head to kolo tv dot com and click on hot topics the concern about the zika virus continues to grow... and so is the travel bans to certain countries across the world by the c-d-c. and you still have plenty of time to get your taxes done... but not a lot of time left to sign up for health insurance. for news while you're on the move, listen to our news partner
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unleash the power of dough. give it a pop. list of places on its zika virus travel alert adding the u-s virgin islands and the dominican republic. the agency recommends pregnant women avoid travel to places where zika is present. zika has been linked to a
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with unusually small heads. american and united airlines announced they will allow travlers concerned about the zika virus to cancel or postpone their trips to areas affected by the mosquitor-borne virus. united's policy will include travel to all areas mentioned in the cdc alert offering the option to rebook or receive a full refund. american will allow customers to receive a refund if they provide a doctor's note stating they are unable to travel to affected cities because they are pregnant. there's only a few days left until the health insurance deadline, so if you haven't signed up, you better get a move on it. one local expert says those who wait until the last minute are typically the same people who wait until the last day to pay taxes. but the process has become more streamlined. "it is best to take their best year. what did you earn in your best year? put that in. then if
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you get money per month yea. its not as much as you might have gotten, but the difference will come back at the end of the year." alex sampson with health benefits associates says after three years, with the use of the federal site, the process has become pretty painless. he says the office will be open throughout the weekend to help people sign up for insurance. the health insurance deadline is this sunday. a long long manuscript from a beloved children's author has been found. we''ll tell you the story we''ll tell you the story behind thfire can travel over a mile. you can't control where it will land.
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let's check in with "mike keeton" from the "koh radio" traffic center. how's it 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.
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sparks police need your help finding two suspects who they say robbed the mccarran mart on east greg street just before midnight. a clerk at the store said one of the suspects ordered her to the ground with a gun while the other took cash from the register. if you recognize these men, you're urged to call secret witness at 322-4900. reno police are looking for this man. michael henn is a person of interest in a series of residential burglaries that happened last year in northwest reno. police say he's not charged with any crime at this point. officials say the man shot and killed by police earlier this week near meadowood mall was not following their commands. it all started with a chain reaction crash. police say when they responded to the accident, sergio alvarado morales was holding a knife to his throat. he was tased... but officers say they were forced to shoot when he moved toward them
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police at u-n-r want to make sure that students emergency. they'll be testing the emergency alert system o'clock. it will be an all-systems test ... meaning a text also be sent out. here's lindsey with forecast. warm and dry conditions the region today and thursday. the next system will impact the region early friday and this weekend. rain, high elevation snow and gusty winds on friday with snow levels lowering and significant snow likely in the higher elevations of the sierra for the weekend. forecast remains on track for the end of the week, with high confidence in a winter storm impacting the
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timing of a cold front forecast to move friday night and saturday, and the for a second burst of sunday. snow levels will start above 8000 feet, then fall to 5000 feet or less after the front passes friday night or saturday. 10 am this morning. a 100 year old lost story has been found...the tale of kitty-in-boots," was written by beatrix potter, the british writer and illustrator who created the character peter rabbit. a publisher with penguin random house found the manuscript in 2013 but the publication was to coincide with what would have been potter's 150th birthday. . .
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