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northern nevada building. police suspect multiple the burglars broke into the building... rummaged through every room and stole including computer equipment, office supplies and even food. the president of j-a says fortunately no one was inside... but it will be a year before they are back to normal. bill: just to be safe, we don't carry any cash here, but we had checks, but we couldn't find them so we're assuming that they stole them so we froze all of our accounts so it's more of a nuisance more than anything. junior achievement helps students from kindergarten through 12th grade learn financial literacy, work readiness and entrepreneurship. ### turning now to weather... and what looks to be a spring-like week here in the truckee-meadows. chief meteorologist jeff thompson is here forecast. jeff...
weather dry for most areas through early next week. expect mostly sunny to partly cloudy, mild afternoons, with highs in the mid-upper 60s for most western nevada valley locations, and mid-upper 50s in the sierra. nights will stay chilly, with lows around freezing. a weak system will move into the pacific northwest friday night into saturday. some clouds, a slight cool-down, and an isolated shower north of i-80 are possible. a major pattern change is not expected through at least the middle of next week. -jeff tonight: partly cloudy, with a low around 35. south wind around 5 mph. thursday: mostly sunny, with a high near 65. south wind around 5 mph. thursday night: partly cloudy, with a low around 37. southwest wind around 5 mph. friday: mostly sunny, with a high near 66. southwest wind around 5 mph. friday night: partly cloudy, with a low around 37. saturday: some clouds, with a high near 61.
with a low around 35. sunday: mostly sunny, with a high near 59. sunday night: partly cloudy, with a low around 35. washington's birthday: sunny, with a high near 63. monday night: mostly clear, with a low around 36. tuesday: sunny, with a high near 66. the washoe county school board has created a community panel to oversee its spending on construction and repair. the district is asking voters to approve a tax increase in november. the school board says it won't spend a cent of that money before hearing recommendations from the new committee. the committee is designed to improve public confidence in the district's spending practices as the general election approaches. voters have expressed growing distrust in the school board during recent public meetings. residents often mention the 700-thousand-dollar settlement paid to previous superintendent pedro
school board's illegal attempt to fire him.### ownership of the nugget casino resort in sparks is changing hands. the nugget announced late this afternoon: marnell gaming will acquire the property. marnell's plans for the property include new slot machines, and a complete renovation of the rooms, convention area, casino floor, restaurants and showroom. marnell gaming also owns two casinos in laughlin. this is the second time in just more than two years ownership of the nugget has changed.### one day after the new hampshire primary, the republican field is thinning out. both chris christie and carly fiorina dropped out of the presidential race today. other candidates who did well in new hampshire are looking ahead to the next big vote. dianne gallagher has the latest from washington, d-c. donald trump, r-presidential candidate: "we are going to make america so great again. maybe greater than ever before." donald trump scored a
many votes as the next closest candidate -- a surprisingly strong second place finish from gov. john kasich, who wasted no time getting to south carolina. gov. john kasich, r- presidential candidate: "i need your support. i need your help here." some question if kasich has the support in the southern state. his team hasn't focused as much on it as some of other candidates, like jeb bush, who, after coming in just behind third place finisher ted cruz, is enlisting the help of his big brother... voice of pres. george w. bush: "this is president george w bush." the radio ad is already airing in south carolina. the former president is expected to hit the campaign trail before next week's primary. nearly every republican is set to spend time in the palmetto state wednesday, with the exception of chris christie, whose attacks during the debate hurt fifth place finisher marco rubio but failed help his own campaign. and carly fiorina announced late today she would not continue running for president. and after snatching up sixty per cent of the democratic vote... sen. bernie sanders, d- presidential candidate: "the
celebrated his dominant win in new hampshire by heading to harlem to meet with reverend al sharpton to talk about minority issues, an area that many see as a strength of his rival, hillary clinton, who is not on the campaign trail today. clinton is polling ahead with minority voters. in washington, dianne gallagher. chris christy and carly fiorina are out... but the race goes on for the other presidential candidates. for some, that includes a stop here in the silver state. bernie sanders will be in reno on saturday. he's scheduled to speak at the "real solutions, for real people" summit at the jot travis building up on the university campus. doors open at seven-30 in the morning. advance registration is required.### and hillary clinton plans to rally in the silver state saturday and sunday ahead of the nevada caucus. details on where she'll be, have not yet been released.## just a reminder, if you want to participate in the democratic caucuses, you can
for republican pre-register. the deadline is this saturday. it's recommended, you go to the washoe county registrar of voters by friday. the office is open until five o'clock in the evening. # you can stay up to date with all campaign information with the "kolo 8 news now" mobile app.### hundreds of american soldiers are headed to afghanistan. the u-s army announced soldiers to the southern afghan the new troops will assist afghan forces who try to push back taliban insurgents. the military says the soldiers will not take active combat roles. this will be the largest deployment of american troops outside major bases in afghanistan since 2014.### we know that exercise is good for our bodies... ...but what about working out our minds? we take a look at how to work out your cognitive skills. plus-- "if you are pregnant, we
spreading" warnings for americans as the zika virus spreads. with the olympics just months away in brazil, some female athletes are worried. "you're watching kolo 8 news now at 4:30 with sarah johns and weather with meteorologist jeff thompson this is kolo 8 news now at 4:30." there are now 66 confirmed zika cases in the u-s. as that number grows, concern grows as athletes prepare for the summer olympics in
there are now 66 the u-s. as that number grows, concern grows as athletes prepare for the summer olympics in brazil... where zika is spreading rapidly. stephanie ramos has more. the rio olympics begin seven months from now. instead of worrying about their fitness levels, some top athletes are worried about the zika virus.
helped lead team u-s-a to a world cup victory in 2015. but solo tells sports illustrated because of the risk of zika, she would skip the olympics if forced to make the choice today. "i would never take the risk of having an unhealthy child. i don't know when that day will come for jeremy and me, but i personally reserve my right to have a healthy baby." zika is spread by mosquitos and has been linked to a birth defect that causes babies to have abnormally small heads. the virus could stay in the system for about a week. but once it has left the body, the cdc does not believe it affects future pregnancies. still, solo says: "no athlete competing in rio should be faced with this dilemna." some say solo will not be the last to reconsider going to brazil christine brennan, sports journalist: women are 40 percent closing on 50 percent of the athletes going to the olympics and almost all of them are child bearing age. for now the u.s. olympic committee tells abc
through the cdc..." and is passing on its recommendations to athletes. the good news for athletes concerned about the rio games is that by august the mosquito population will be decreased significantly by colder temperatures. the summer games are being held during what is winter in brazil. stephanie ramos, abc news washington. we all know the importance exercise has on our bodies, but what about work outs that target organs like our brains? while you can't really grow your brain, you can help keep it as sharp as possible as you age with some simple steps. brain development starts in utero and there is a long period of time in which the brain matures just as the rest of the body matures. after that, it's pretty much a downward slide. after the brain is fully developed, its like the rest of the body... nothing works as well ten years down the line. that's where brain games come into the equation with promises of less forgetfulness, sharper and quicker problem solving and basically better thinking power.
up is to what degree do these cognitive tasks that you've practiced on will generalise and help maintain cognitive skills in a variety of real world tasks" there are some things we can all do to make our brains function better. healthy living and a fair amount of exercise will help keep your brain strong. and if you want to play a few brain games now and then, it's probably not the worst thing you can do. but don't forget to get outside, see people and try something new, because those brain boosters are free. it looks like tesla motors isn't too happy about the new solar rates here in nevada. a tesla motors executive is asking nevada regulators to reconsider a recent decision. the nevada public utilities commission set new rates late last year for net metering. that's the process of people selling excess energy from their solar panels back to the utility. rooftop solar companies say the decision prompted them to lay off hundreds of people. vegas inc. reports tesla's viceeresident of business development filed a letter with the commission, saying the higher fee offers no
energy customers to change their energy consumption. tesla c-e-o elon musk is a cousin of solarcity c- e-o lyndon rive. germany's largest automaker is recalling hundreds of thousands of cars because of airbag problems. volkswagen is recalling 680-thousand vehicles of different models in the united states. the company says the vehicles hold driver's side airbags that may have defective inflators from takata. according to takata-- the inflator may rupture and metal fragments could pass through the air bag and hurt or kill the driver. the recall includes several models made between 2006 and 2014. volkswagen plans to notify all owners of affected vehicles about the recall. this is just the latest automaker to announce recalls connected to takata airbags. a local woman's story
community's attention. she is in need of an organ transplant... and hopes her story will help others here in northern nevada. and, with valentine's day just four days away, we have some suggestions for ways to take care of your special someone. so what kind of weather can we expect tomorjow, and into the rest of the week? we will have a closer look at our forecast...and what you can expect in the days to come...right after the break.
on the go, listen to amanda prescription medications can certainly get costly... dave so maybe you've found your pills a little cheaper trhough an online pharmacy. amanda a look at the pros and cons of getting your prescriptions through cyber space. dave that's tomorrow on good morning reno 430 to 7am amanda woman in need of a kidney transplant. her story is gaining a lot of attention on social media. kerry kozlowski cause-lau-skee was diagnosed with kidney disease in december of 2014. after finding out that none of her family members were a match for a transplant... she
community for help. friends and neighbors created a facebook page to bring attention to kerry's situation... and are hopeful they can find a living donor who is a match. kozlowski says she hopes her story can for organ donation and the need here in nevada. "my hope is that my voice, along with others who are supporting organ donation, whether it's kidney or liver or other types of donations, that we can together join forces and we can get more awareness in terms of what it means to be a living donor and hopefully help so many people who are on these waiting lists." you can tune in to good morning reno tomorrow from 4:30 to seven a-m to learn more about kerry's journey and the demand we're seeing here locally for organ donors. high pressure will keep the weather dry for most areas through early next week. expect mostly sunny to partly cloudy,
the mid-upper 60s for most western nevada valley locations, and mid-upper 50s in the sierra. nights will stay chilly, with lows around freezing. a weak system will move into the pacific northwest friday night into saturday. some clouds, a slight cool-down, and an isolated shower north of i-80 are possible. a major pattern change is not expected through at least the middle of next week. -jeff tonight: partly cloudy, with a low around 35. south wind around 5 mph. thursday: mostly sunny, with a high near 65. south wind around 5 mph. thursday night: partly cloudy, with a low around 37. southwest wind around 5 mph. friday: mostly sunny, with a high near 66. southwest wind around 5 mph. friday night: partly cloudy, with a low around 37. saturday: some clouds, with a high near 61. saturday night: partly cloudy, with a low around 35. sunday: mostly sunny, with a high near 59.
washington's birthday: sunny, with a high near 63. monday night: mostly clear, with a low around 36. tuesday: sunny, with a high near 66. high pressure will keep the weather dry for most areas through early next week. expect mostly sunny to partly cloudy, mild afternoons, with highs in the mid-upper 60s for most western nevada valley locations, and mid-upper 50s in the sierra. nights will stay chilly, with lows around freezing. a weak system will move into the pacific northwest friday night into saturday. some clouds, a slight cool-down, and an isolated shower north of i-80 are possible. a major pattern change is not expected through at least the middle of next week. -jeff tonight: partly cloudy, with a low around 35. south wind around 5 mph. thursday: mostly sunny, with a high near 65. south wind around 5 mph. thursday night: partly cloudy, with a low around 37. southwest wind around 5 mph.
high near 66. southwest wind around 5 mph. friday night: partly cloudy, with a low around 37. saturday: some clouds, with a high near 61. saturday night: partly cloudy, with a low around 35. sunday: mostly sunny, with a high near 59. sunday night: partly cloudy, with a low around 35. washington's birthday: sunny, with a high near 63. monday night: mostly clear, with a low around 36. tuesday: sunny, with a high near 66. if you're still looking for a way to celebrate valentine's day... how about a spa day? spa atlantis is still taking reservations for sunday... and the staff there says since football season is over... the men don't have an excuse anymore! the spa is offering several packages designed for couples. they also have gift certificates available if you want to customize a package. "what i would encourage you to
to your loved one on valentines day and then come sometime mid week in the evening if you havent seen our aqua lounge at night its absolutely stunning, it glows beautful purple, aqua it defines romance." coming up on kolo 8 news nows at 11... we'll tell you about more last minute options to take your sweet heart out this sunday. there are also plenty of options for last minute gifts for your valentine. if you don't have much time to shop... try heading to the basement in downtown reno. most of the vendors are now open and offer handcrafted items that have a lot of thought and care put into them. at the pantry vault... they sell all natural skin and beauty care products like bath teas and massage oils. all the items are made in the shop by owner michelle sar-ka czarka. she even offers custom blends you can create just for your valentine. "i can do custom because i make everything by hand. if your valentine likes a certain
scent we can do a custom blend of that too. usually if someone pops in it can be 10- 15 minutes depending on what the item is." you can also find handmade belgium truffles at sugar love chocolates, and create your own bouquet at botanicals flower bar. the stores are extending their hours through valentine's day. starbucks has something new for you this valentine's day... especially for those who love chocolate. starbucks is announcing three new chocolate drinks for valentines day. all this week until february 14th, you can get... the molten chocolate latte... the molten chocolate frappuccino... and the molten hot chocolate. the company also launched a valentines- day-themed gif giver - with starbucks animations to send to loved ones via email, text and social media. stay with us... we'll be right back.
noah bond has a look at what's coming up in our next hour. we're working on several new and updated stories coming up on kolo 8 news now at 5. the mayor of flint michigan has taken the city's water crisis to washington, d.c. during the hearing... emotional testimony from those who are desperate for a solution. plus-- a carson city drug bust reveals just how the international meth trade works. five people arrested shutting down one operation but the problem remains. i'm ed pearce that story's coming up on kolo 8 news now at five. there are hundreds of thousands of job openings across the u-s. but it's not all good news for those looking for a job.
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lockdown. while two schools in stead were locked down during a hunt for a suspect. leaving many asking, why the different response to perceived threats in the same district? we ask washoe county. the votes are in for the granite state. a look at what the candidates have planned next, as the race moves