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now good morning reno." the fire lawsuit has been settled between the reno city council and truckee meadows fire protection district. what it could mean for the two agencies in the future. and the carson city mayor says the city is thriving. the city's plan to further improve the state's capital. plus... "i was not treated well by fox. i have zero respect for megyn kelly" g-o-p frontrunner donald trump hasn't changed his mind about skipping tonight's debate. what rival ted cruz has to say about it. thanks for joining us here on good morning reno... it's time ... i'm dave lawrence. amanda sanchez is off today.
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conditions as high pressure shifts to the east today. the next storm will impact the region starting friday with strong winds, rain, and high elevation snow. a cold front will bring lowering snow levels friday night and saturday. expect travel impacts in the nevada throughout the weekend and possibly into early next week. main changes to the forecast for this
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u-n-r student who says she was robbed at gun point. the robbery. they say it happened yesterday afternoon near lawlor events center and the west stadium parking garage. the victim says she was robbed by two white men wearing jeans and after fire crews say they found it engulfed in flames. it happened yesterday on "tomahawk way". crews from truckee meadows fire say the shed was used as a garage and contained oil and propane tanks. fortunately, no one was hurt as a result of the explosion. new developments this morning over the fire lawsuit between the reno city council and truckee meadows fire protection district. the city council voted to accept the terms of a settlement regarding fire services. the county will pay the dollars in back workers comp fees and both parties are choosing not to argue over damaged fire engines or
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the settlement ends a long battle between the two agencies and they hope to start a good relationship that could lead to another attempt at fire consolidation in the future. a federal judge has refused to grant a new trial for a nevada trucking firm for the deadly amtrak crash that left 6 people dead in 2011. the judge decided to uphold the 2014 decision made by a u-s district court jury who says the truck driver wasn't paying attention and was to blame for the crash outside fallon. the driver was killed along with five people on the california zephyr. the judge ruled the 2014 verdict was reasonable, and there was no legal basis to revisit the case. john davis trucking was ordered to pay more than 4- and-a half million dollars in damages to amtrak. a decision has been made in the the trade secrets lawsuit between the peppermill and grand sierra resort.
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million dollar trade secrets case yesterday. the grand sierra resort filed a lawsuit in 2013, against peppermill's corporate analyst ryan tors, after he was caught using a reset key, to gather information from g-s-r slot machines. state investigators found he also collected data from at least ten other nevada casinos. peppermill was fined-- 1-million dollars for the incident. g-s-r sought damages, a temporary restraining as well as legal fees. a d-u-i conviction for state assemblyman richard carrillo, has been overturned. according to the nevada appeal, a judge ruled carrillo's blood test wasn't admissible evidence based on a crime lab technician's testimony. the technician says she did not control all stages of the blood test, that showed carrillo's blood alcohol content was above the legal limit when he was found asleep in the drivers seat of his car last february. all eyes on tonight's
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the republicans look to clash...without donald trump on the stage. the gop frontrunner...speaking out...on why he's not attending and what he'll be doing instead of participating in the debate. here's abc's ray raimundi. script: the seventh republican g-o-p debate will happen with swirling controversy. donald trump says he will be absent. his republican rivals..seizing the opportunity. this as all candidates are pushing forward for the all- important iowa vote...which is now just four days away. the fox news - donald trump debate controversy continues this morning? both sides engaged in a high- stakes game of "chicken" just hours before tonights final debate trump -- defending his decision to skip out on the republican debate on fox news sot @ 20:02:05:00 "i was not treated well by fox. i have zero respect for megyn kelly. and the gop frontrunner's republican counterparts -- pouncing on his decision to be a no show. particularly senator ted cruz the texas senator also now challenging trump to a one on one. debate
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"okay-can we do it in canada?" nats meanwhile the democratic candidates are stumping...intensely focused on their ground game before monday's all important caucuses. bernie sanders choosing to take on trump good news for people living in carson city. in the sate of the city address the mayor said nevada's capital is thriving. mayor bob crowell took a look at the year's highlights yesterday. he says the city is getting ready to break ground on its downtown redevelopment project that will make significant improvements to the heart of the city, like widening the sidewalks to improve pedestrian safety in the area. we're doing the right thing, we're putting in the right infrastructure and it will keep the community spirit up and make sure that it will be something we're proud of 20 years from now. the widening project is set to wrap up in october. over the last year, the city added 11 acres of
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use, and has increased revenue by nearly 13- million dollars. fish mysteriously dying off at rye patch reservoir... we'll tell you the answer to the mystery of why the fish are ending up dead. and the zika virus is getting talked about more and more... but we'll take a closer look at the truth behind the expert. coming up, lindsey matherly will have your that's next on kolo 8 news now. "you're watching kolo 8 news dave lawrence, amanda sanchez and lindsey matherly
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warm and dry conditions as high pressure shifts to the east today. the next storm will impact the region starting friday with
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high elevation snow. a cold front will bring lowering snow levels friday night and saturday. expect travel impacts in the sierra and western nevada throughout the weekend and possibly into early next week. main changes to the forecast for this morning were to increase snow totals above 8000 feet / issue a winter
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sierra friday night and saturday, and increase the wind gust potential across western nevada and the eastern sierra friday afternoon. some light rain will occur today pressure shifts to the east today. the next storm will impact the region starting friday with strong winds, rain, and high elevation snow. a cold front will bring lowering snow levels friday night and saturday. expect travel impacts in the sierra and western nevada throughout the weekend and possibly into early next week. main changes to the
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increase snow totals above 8000 feet / issue a winter storm watch for the sierra friday night and saturday, and increase the wind gust potential across western nevada and the eastern sierra friday afternoon. some light rain will occur today along and north of i-80 as a bit of warm air advection crosses the region. the storm remains on track with the jet pushing a warm and deep moisture plume into the northern sierra and northeast california friday morning. the moisture plume and a cold front will slowly track north to south from friday evening to saturday morning. once the front passes, snow levels of 8000-9000 feet ahead of the front will drop to 4000-5500
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an n-dow biologist says a mysterious algae is to blame for the death of tens of thousands of fish in the rye patch reservoir located between lovelock and winnemucca. experts say golden algae attaches to a fish's gills and prevents it from breathing and just about every fish in the lake, has died. "rye patch was one of the best and one of the only walleye and wiper fisheries in the state, and for the past 2-3-4 years it had been producing trophy sized walleye and wipers, also catfish and crappie." n-dow biologists ben bauman, says they plan to stock the reservoir and they hope when it gets fresh water and as the temperature increases, the water will become less toxic. 1-shot
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babies each year and are responsible for one in five infant deaths. vo to raise awareness about birth defect prevention, the c-d-c has named january as birth defects prevention month. experts say while many birth defects are genetic and not preventable; there are steps that women can take to help protect their baby during crucial stages of development. sotvo "one of the more common birth defects are neural tube defects that have to do with the developments of the spinal cord and for that we recommend that women take folic acid." dr. natalie yeaney is the director of the fetal care center at says consuming four to eight-hundred micrograms of folic acid per day during a woman's reproductive years can help prevent spina bifida a condition in which a baby's spine does not develop properly, leading to severe physical disabilities. the mosquito-borne zika virus seems to be making headlines on a daily basis. this morning the world health organization saying it's spreading
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local doctor--james wilson-- has been appointed to the zika response working group. he says the mosquito which carries the virus has not been detected here in washoe county or the rest of nevada. he says because of the weather here, and in many other parts of the country, the mosquito cannot survive long enough to replicate and spread the disease. however he says the virus is contagious. it can spread through sexual contact. if you are a man, get infected, you have virus in your blood stream, you go back home within that narrow window of time up to 21 days, you can potentially infect your spouse. and if you are trying to have children, well you are now in that same risk zone. pregnant women exposed to the virus can have children with a syndrome called microcephaly, where the brain is highly underdeveloped--it is sometimes fatal. for those reasons dr. wilson says fertile women should refrain from visiting countries impacted by the zika virus. he predicts the disease will run its course in the next two years. aces ballpark will have a lot more to offer in
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we'll tell you more about the 1.2-million dollars in upgrades the stadium will be getting and the new soccer team coming to reno. and coffee bean prices are at their lowest point in years. so, ?does that mean we'll be paying less for our java? not quite - we'll explain why. and here's a look at today's pump patrol. according to gasbuddy.com you will pay .....2.23 at sinclair and 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 change.#
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bright future. and you can expect to see some changes soon at the stadium. next year they'll soccer league team to the field. there's also a plan for more than a million dollars in upgrades... for h-d video and surround sound. team officials say all payments are current... and the 63-million dollar debt is in good standing. more than 80 events took place last year at the ballpark ... and the owners want to see that trend continue. " we're really fortunate to have an owner that's giving us this opportunity to invest in something so exciting butt with we're on solid footing with dealing with our partners in the city and nothing but blue skies ahead we've got a great future ahead of us."
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chance to help pick the name of the new soccer team... they'll be announcing that name in the next few weeks... we have a link to the online voting site... on kolo t-v dot com. prices for coffee beans are at their lowest point in nearly two years. a pound of a-rab-ica coffee -- the type starbucks buys and serves to customers -- has fallen by about a third in just the past year. officials in brazil forecast that coffee farmers will have a huge harvest season this year, creating an oversupply of beans, which has led to the drop in prices. but no one expects latte prices to come down. one analyst says there's a decent rise in wages, another ingredient in making your coffee. states and cities across the country have been increasing the minimum wage. that affects all stores -- from your local coffee shop to the mcdonald's and starbucks of the world. a new t-v show centering around
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works. but it's not about the king of pop's music career. more on the unusual plot behind the show. and former basketball star shaquille o'neal is getting a special honor from the l-a lakers. how he found out about it ... and why it was hard for him to believe. for news while you're on the move, listen to our news partner
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warm and dry conditions as high pressure shifts to the east today. the next storm will impact the region starting friday with strong winds, rain, and high elevation snow. a trending this morning... joseph fines fiennes will play michael jackson in an upcoming comedy in the u-k. fines is a white british actor. according to 'the guardian'... the show will be a half-hour and center around a fabled road trip in which jackson, elizabeth taylor, and marlon brando try to get home from new york to los
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terrorist attacks on september 11-th. it's not clear if that road trip ever happened but in a 2011 interview with vanity fair one of jackson's former employees insisted that it did. tyra banks is a new mom. the former supermodel revealed her new baby boy "york" on social media. banks' long-time boyfriend and photographer erik asla. is the child's father. the baby was carried by a surrogate mother. ------ and jimmy kimmel surprises shaq with the news that a statue of him will go up outside the staples center. "jimmy: you see what this is that i'm showing you? shaq: yes jimmy: this is, and you don't know about this, this is a surprise to you. the lakers asked me to mention it. this is the statue of you they are putting up at the staples center. shaq: seriously? jimmy: swear to to god that's what its going to look like. shaq: awesome"
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emotional because this was the first time he had
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here on good morning reno... i'm dave lawrence. it's time ...
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lindsey matherly joins me. . . . . . and a happy birthday to backstreet boy nick carter... how old do you think he is? . . . . . . . . . . . . .he's 36 warm and dry conditions as high pressure shifts to the east today. the next storm will impact the region starting friday with strong winds, rain, and high elevation snow. a cold front will
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levels friday night and saturday. expect 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. turning now to that daring jail break out of southern california. police have arrested 5 people in connection with the escape of 3 dangerous inmates. the fugitives were all awaiting trial for violent crimes when they broke out last friday. 1:30 - 1:45 sheriff sandra hutchens/orange county, ca "it's every sheriff's nightmare, you never wanna have an escape. you don't want maximum security prisoners to
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authorities believe they had outside help since the tools used in the escape were not prison-made. a 200-thousand dollar reward has been offered for information that leads to the arrest of the inmates. and more arrests are expected. the leader of the armed group occupying the wildlife refuge in oregon wants his followers to stand down. ammon bundy's plea for an end to the standoff came a day after he and several followers were arrested-- and another was shot and killed by police. reid binion reports. "please stand down. please stand down." an attorney for oregon armed protest leader ammon bundy... ...reading bundy's statement asking followers to end their armed occupation at the malheur national wildlife refuge. "let us take this fight from here. go home and hug your families. this fight is ours for now in the courts." it came a day after protester lavoy finicum
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police during the arrest of bundy and four of his followers. officials say finicum led authorities on a high speed chase, exited his vehicle, and reached for his waistband, where he had a gun. that's when officials say swat team members opened fire. two additional arrests related to the occupation were made in burns oregon... ...and a third in arizona. as some protesters stayed at the refuge wednesday in defiance, others left, including three men who were arrested. while ammon bundy wants them all to decamp... ...his father, nevada rancher and activist cliven bundy, disagrees. "they gave up from holding the refuge. that's their only thing that brings you guys out here." i'm reid binion, reporting a huge push in flint michigan to have the town's children tested in the wake of the water crisis there. this-- after the governor announced that 200 kids were found to have elevated lead levels. and officials are bracing for the possibility of a much higher tally than what blood tests have revealed so far. "every child who drank
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exposed and thus is at risk for consequences." officials say some test results are not statistically accurate, because there's no guarantee that water samples are coming from homes at higher risk for the lead contamination. one home in the town considered to have one of the highest lead amounts is more than 200 times over the danger limit. of jus changes are coming to the police department in ferguson, missouri... after a scathing report from the u.s. justice department found unconstitutional and discriminatory practices across the city. of jus the report followed the 2014 shooting death of 18 year old michael brown. the officer who shot him was cleared in the death, which sparked protests across the country. the police department has agreed to overhaul it's policies in a deal reached with the justice department. under the agreement, police and police vehicles would be required to have cameras and microphones. the deal would also require the municipal court to take a persons ability to pay a fine into consideration before handing down punishment. of jus
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resident 'while i think a lot of the stuff in the consent decree is going to mitigate some of the problems we have its also still important the communitys voice be heard.' butt with 'this can be a great city .. it can be a great place to live. to work and play.. but its going to take some work.' public hearings will be held in the coming days. a vote to accept the agreement could come on february 9th. today marks the 30th anniversary of the challenger tragedy. nasa will pay tribute to the crews of apollo 1 and space shuttles challenger and columbia, as well as other nasa colleagues, during the agency's day of remembrance. seven members of the challenger crew died on the morning of january 28th, 1986, when a booster engine failed, causing the shuttle challenger to break apart just 73 seconds after launch. struggling with weight is a challenge a lot of us face.. you can spend grueling hours at the gym and eat healthy but still have a hard time shaping up. we'll share a simple secret with you, that you could be overlooking.
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what's setting a handful of schools in washoe county apart from the rest ... and how they're getting national recognition for it. "you're watching kolo 8 news now good morning reno with dave lawrence, amanda sanchez and lindsey matherly with your hour by hour forecast" wendy's is the latest in a long line of businesses to have credit card information compromised. sarah we're looking at the danger you could face and what you can do to their tracks. that's tonight on kolo 8
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warm and dry conditions as high pressure shifts to the east
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will impact the region starting friday with strong winds, rain, and high elevation snow. a cold front will bring lowering snow levels friday night and saturday. expect pressure shifts to the east today. the next storm will impact the region starting friday with strong winds, rain, and high elevation snow. a cold front will bring lowering snow levels friday night and saturday. expect travel impacts in the sierra and western nevada throughout the weekend and possibly into early next week. main changes to the forecast for this morning were to increase snow totals above 8000 feet / issue a winter storm watch for the
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saturday, and increase the wind gust potential across western nevada and the eastern sierra friday afternoon. some light rain will occur today along and north of i-80 as a bit of warm air advection crosses the region. the storm remains on track with the jet pushing a warm and deep moisture plume into the northern sierra and northeast california friday morning. the moisture plume and a cold front will slowly track north to south from friday evening to saturday morning. once the front passes, snow levels of 8000-9000 feet ahead of the front
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several schools here in washoe county are getting national pressure shifts to the east today. the next storm will impact the region starting friday with strong winds, rain, and high elevation snow. a cold front will bring lowering snow levels friday night and saturday. expect travel impacts in the sierra and western nevada throughout the weekend and possibly into early next week. main changes to the forecast for this morning were to increase snow totals above 8000 feet / issue a winter storm watch for the sierra friday night and saturday, and increase the wind gust potential across western nevada and the eastern sierra friday
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washoe county are getting national recognition for their teaching methods. matt vaughan has more on what's setting them apart. lemmon valley elementary is one of seven schools in the district that's being recognized as a beacon school. and it's a special approach that teachers are taking with their students that's making a big impact. ... nat of chime that chime can be heard in classrooms throughout lemmon valley elementary. it's a signal for students to stop what they're doing and take a moment to reflect. which is just one small part of the learning process and overall philosophy on campus. lemmon valley elementary was one of the first schools in the washoe county school district to adopt social and emotional learning in 2013. shaffer "we talk about having strong sense of self, having empathy towards your friends, understanding how to problem solve and teaching those skills." the idea behind the teaching method is to get students to respect themselves and others ... while also learning how to make responsible decisions. lane "it's students and teachers working together, and that's something that i've seen
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of students understanding how to get along, how to actually argue in class but in a way that's acceptable." and since implementing the program ... it's had a noticeable effect on both students and faculty. shaffer "a decrease in behavior problems, an improved sense of self and others. we also see academic gains; students are in school more often and they're able to attend more." social and emotional learning ... or s-e-l ... is used in every classroom on campus. and lemmon valley is leading the way with this concept ... which is as a beacon school. shaffer "it means that every staff member here is committed to implementing social and emotional learning everyday, bell to bell." that concept of taking the time to think before we act is something that even adults can forget nat of chime so it's safe to say that thing or two from the kids at lemmon valley.
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learning is currently being used in 70 of the schools in the washoe county school district ... and the goal is for it to be taught in every classroom in the district by next school year. about a month from now ... visitors from all over the country will visit those beacon schools to learn more about s- e-l and the success it's having here in our area. it's national mentoring month... and in honor of the special month... we're sharing a special pair. it's a big and a little with big brothers big sisters. this is cesar and stevie. pkg these two love hitting the floor at roller kingdom. they not only like a little roller skating...but they also have a shared love of socks! we love socks. we really like socks a lot. it's a way we can express ourselves i guess you could say. stevie and his sock obession seemed to happen after getting matched up with cesar. change this little guy has gone through recently. yeah he's definitely been a lot more confident doing better in school. doing real well in school actually.
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sure. not a bad thing. but we have to do activities higher intense activities to make sure he doesn't get bored. during the summer we were going to the park a lot. stevie was learning how to ride his bike. going down hills. real fun stuff and he was able to get over a few fears i guess. and a lot of outdoor stuff. and this 7 year old has loved all the chances he's had to get together with his big. he's very nice because i don't have a big brother and he takes me fun places and i have much more fun than staying home with my mom. and cesar can tell you... it's easy to be a positive influence in a kids life. you really just set aside one day a week for a couple hours and it make a huge difference. that's what i like about it. it's not a whole day. you plan an activity once a week and you're done & it really has made a big difference in stevie, myself as well. and hopefully we can get others to help out as well with this. big brothers-- big sisters of northern nevada is a kolo cares pillar partner. for more information on
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kolo cares dot com. losing weight is a tough battle. you could go to the gym regularly and choose healthy options for your meals but that stubborn fat doesnt seem to go anywhere. experts say, there's a secret to weight loss. they say it's simply drinking more water. according to researchers at harvavad university, an extra glass of water a day is the key to smaller numbers on the bathroom scale. they conducted a 20- year study that tracked the food and beverage habits of nearly 125- thousand u-s adults in their 30s, 40s and 50s. by replacing one soda a day with a glass of water, the middle-age adults in the study weighed about seven pounds less than those who didn't drink as much water. and the more water they consumed, the less they gained overall. there's plenty of things going on around town this weekend. from donny osmond to an evening of romance... we've got a look at your 8 things to do. for news while you're on the move, listen to our news partner
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maybe you want to kick back with a few beers this weekend... or get hands on with science.... you have plenty of options... kolo 8 news now's rebecca kitchen is live with your 8 things to do... good morning dave well who doesn't want to talk about beer at 5 in the morning... but it's all for a good cause
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back.... ... brew haha turns 21.. the annual fundraiser for sierra arts features more than 100 beers for you to sample.... the all you can responsibly drink fundraiser is tomorrow at the nugget casino... mardi gras may still be two weeks away... but you can celebrate early with mardi crawl.. dress up in fun outfits and collect beads.. the bar crawl is saturday night at 8. the reno tahoe senior winter games is back... if you're over 50 you still have time to register to compete in fitness activities like archery... snowshoeing.. pickleball and much more.. the games start saturday and run through february 14th. the reno big horns take on the santa cruz warriors sunday at the reno events center... tip off is at 3. celebrate the joy of music and community at the 12th annual evening of romance winter masquerade ball... the evening features musical performances by the reno jazz orchestra and the note-ables.... that's
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therapy programs in our area. the grown-ups are taking over the discovery museum... social science is an adults only night of hands on science demos and projects... along with drinks and appetizers...the night's theme will play into the current monster fish exhibt.. that's saturday night at 6. the finest hours... the true story of a daring 1952 rescue attempt off the coast of cape cod opens in theaters... you can catch the movie staring chris pine and casey affleck in local theaters starting tonight and finally... donny osmond celebrates 50 years as a performer with his soundtrack of my life tour... he will be at the silver legacy tomorrow night at 8... those are your 8 things to do and you can always find more ideas by heading to kolo tv dot com and clicking on kolo cares. dave and amanda just in time for the super bowl... budweiser
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it's iconic clydesdale family. we'll introduce you to this little guy after the break. coming up on gma -- g.o.p. front runner donald tonight's republican debate and overnight taking aim directly at fox news and megyn kelly. the latest live from iowa this morning.. just days way from the caucuses there. next, on gma. let's check in with "mike again! again! again! again! again! again! again! no artificial flavors. no artificial colors. why? so you can love our cereal.
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after a long battle--the city of reno and the truckee meadows fire protection district have agreed to settle a lawsuit regarding fire services. the county will pay the city 447-thousand dollars in back workers comp fees and both parties are choosing not to argue over damaged fire engines or missing equipment. a federal judge has refused to grant a new trial for a nevada trucking firm for the deadly amtrak crash near fallon that left 6 people dead in 2011. the judge decided to uphold the 2014 decision made by a u-s district court jury who says the truck driver wasn't paying attention and was to blame for the crash. carson city mayor bob crowell says the city is getting ready to break ground on its downtown redevelopment project that will make significant improvements to the heart of the city. he delivered his state of the city address yesterday. the redevelopment includes widening sidewalks to improve pedestrian safety in the area. here's lindsey with your final check of the
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warm and dry conditions as high pressure shifts to the east today. the next storm will impact the region starting friday with strong winds, rain, and high elevation snow. a cold front will bring lowering snow levels friday night and saturday. expect travel impacts in the sierra and western nevada throughout the weekend and possibly into early next week. main changes to the forecast for this morning were to increase snow totals above 8000 feet / issue a winter storm watch for the sierra friday night and saturday, and increase the wind gust potential across western nevada and the eastern sierra friday afternoon. some light rain will occur today along and north of i-80 as a bit of warm air advection crosses the region. the storm welcomed its newest member. meet "mac." the little guy was born at warm springs ranch in boonville, missouri. mom and baby are both happy and healt. the ranch is home to more than 160
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the company said mac will live there and learn the ins and outs of being a budweiser clydesdale.
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