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view.now midday." a gas leak prompts evacuations in carson city after a man crashes his truck into an apartment building. the driver-- still on the loose. plus... how the community is rallying around a local woman in need of a new kidney. thanks for joining us on kolo 8 news now midday. i'm dave lawrence. let's go to lindsey matherly with a look at the forecast. today: mostly sunny, with a high near 65. south wind around 5 mph. tonight: partly cloudy, with a low around 38. 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 38. west wind around 5 mph. saturday: mostly sunny, with a high near 61. northwest wind around 5 mph. saturday night: partly cloudy, with a low around 36. sunday: mostly sunny, with a high near 62. sunday night: partly cloudy, with a low around 37. anim mug new details this morning on that an overnight standoff in stead. reno police tell us they
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howard ford following a nearly 3 hour standoff. police believe ford is connected to the armed robbery at the maverik convenience store on stead boulevard early monday morning. the standoff started around 11 last night. swat was called to the scene and negotiated with the suspect. no injuries were reported. deputies are looking for the man who they say crashed his truck into an apartment building in carson city last night-- triggering a gas leak. about 20 people were evacuated from the sierra springs apartments on hot springs road. the leak shut down part of the road between tiger drive and roop street but it has since reopened. one person suffered minor injuries-- but sheriff ken furlong says this incident could have been much worse. minor injuiries, mostly from the debris falling inside that house. so we are pretty lucky right now...the risk of fire was tremendous until we that that line shut down. the carson city sheriff's office has identified the suspect as 38 year old francisco perez. he was seen running from the scene wearing a black hoodie.
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information, you're urged to call the sheriff's office. some new developments in the standoff at a wildlife refuge in oregon. nevada rancher-- cliven bundy-- has been arrested in portland. federal prosecutors in las vegas are charging bundy with conspiracy, assault on a federal officer, obstruction, weapon and other crimes... stemming from bundy's role in a tense april 2014 armed standoff with federal officials near his ranch in nevada. according to his facebook page... cliven was on his way to the refuge. that's where his son... ammon bundy... started an armed occupation over federal land policies weeks ago. ammon was later arrested for suspected conspiracy to impede officers. carson city sheriffs are urging residents to join the fight against drugs after a major methamphetamine drug bust in the area. after a four month long investigation, the tri-net narcotics task force arrested five men in carson city who were involved in a distribution ring at an east carson city apartment complex.
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department says the operation posed a big threat to the neighborhood and he believes the threat is not over. furlong: "stanton arms apartments which is where this occured. there's a lot of families and children. so they really were creating a cancer in the middle of families." this is the third drug there are likely more drug rings operating in the same neighborhood. he says the drugs are smuggled up from mexico, sold here in our area, then the money is sent back to mexico. if you see any suspicious activity don't hesitate to call the sheriff's office or secret witness. a new community panel is being created to oversee the washoe county school district's spending on construction and repair. the school board unanimously authorized the "capital funding protection committee". the district is asking voters to approve a 781-million dollar tax increase in november. there are two options for the possible ballot question. one-- would involve raising just the sales
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the other would raise a combination of sales, and property taxes. the "public schools repair needs" committee will discuss the ballot meeting tomorrow. ### the federal protection agency has given nevada more time to come up with an another plan to clean up a portion of the old anaconda copper mine. the e-p-a wants to put a portion of the old mine, on its national priority list, but many in mason valley worry the listing would affect property values, and economic governor sandoval asked the e-p-a to hold off until september, while everyone searches for other ways to fund the estimated 32 to 40 million dollar project. the e-p-a has responded-- with a new deadline of march 29th. the listing could mean the federal government would cover 90-percent of the cost of clean up. the virinia street bridge is nearing completion. the city of reno is planning to celebrate the 18.2-million dollar project this spring. city officials say the new design will allow floodwaters to pass
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bridge. the new bridge relaces the 110-year old bridge that reportedly had choke points where trees and debris would get caught during floods. according to the reno gazette... mayor hillary schieve and city council members will hold a ribbion cutting ceremony on april 12th. nevada senator harry reid announced 3-point-9 million dollars will be used for nevada flood control projects. over a million dollars will go to the reno sparks area for the truckee meadows flood control project. the money will be used for preconstruction, engineering and design. the rest will go to clark county. the nugget casino resort has been sold again. marnell gaming announced yesterday that it entered into a definitive agreement to acquire the nugget. this will have to be reviewed and approved by the nevada gaming commission. but, this deal is expected to go through sometime this year. the community is rallying around a local woman in need of a kidney transplant. and her story is gaining a lot of attention on social media. kerry kozlowski cause-lau-skee
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december of 2014. after finding out that none of her family members were a match for a transplant... she turned to the 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. "you start to think about what's next for your family. you start to think about wanting to be there, and wanting to be there those next 10 years while my kids are growing up." kerry is currently in the final stage of chronic kidney disease and will start dialysis later this month. if you'd like to follow her progress ... or just want more information about organ donation ... we've posted links at kolotv.com under hot topics. the city of ferguson, missouri in hot water this morning... after the department of justice files a lawsuit against the city and the royal caribbean cruiship that had a not so joyious trip into hurricane force winds.. in back in port.. we hear from some of the passengers
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matherly will be back with your complete weather now forecast. announcer: "you're watching kolo 8 news now midday, with dave lawrence and weather with lindsey matherly this is kolo
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after four tough days at sea, a royal caribbean cruise ship that was seriously tossed around in a storm this weekend, is now back at port in new jersey. no serious injuries were reported, but some passengers say it was the scare of their lives. abc's marci gonalez has their story, and what the cruise line is now saying. script: nat- free at last.. free at last!" wooo! pure relief? woman: we are happy to be alive? and anger today? was hell! never.. never again.." 45-hundred passengers on royal carribean's
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back on solid ground in new jersey- after this- into a storm?sunday waves? and wind gusts topping 100 miles an hour? "out of nowhere the ship started going crazy.. rocking.. the ship was on its side? we saw the ocean coming in? water coming in? very scary? some -questioning the captain's judgement? knowing severe storm warnings were in the forecast? captain sot - it just exploded. royal caribbean refunding the passengers - giving them half off a future cruise?and an apology? soundbite bill baumgartner, senior vice president of global marine operations at royal caribbean cruises: "royal caribbean couldn't be sorrier about what happened / other sot, we already know we're going to make some changes to provide some more guidance, some more oversight. but- maritime lawyer jim walker says despite this nightmare- passengers looking for anything more -probably don't have a case sot lawyer
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cases are too difficult and probably won't be mg abc news ny and now your kolo 8 hour-by-hour weather forecast with lindsey matherly. today: mostly sunny, with a high near 65. south wind around 5 mph. tonight: partly cloudy, with a low around 38. southwest wind around 5 mph. high near 66. southwest wind friday night: partly cloudy, a low around 38. west wind around 5 mph. saturday: mostly sunny, with a high near 61. northwest wind around 5 mph. saturday night: partly cloudy, with a low around 36. sunday: mostly sunny, with a high near 62. sunday night: partly cloudy, with a low around 37. washington's birthday: sunny, with a high near 63. monday night: mostly clear, with a low around 36. tuesday: sunny, with a high near 65.
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with a low around 40. wednesday: a chance of rain. mostly cloudy, with a high near 57. today: mostly sunny, with a high near 65. south wind around 5 mph. tonight: partly cloudy, with a low around 38. 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 38. west wind around 5 mph. saturday: mostly sunny, with a high near 61. northwest wind around 5 mph. saturday night: partly cloudy, with a low around 36. sunday: mostly sunny, with a high near 62. sunday night: partly cloudy, with a low around 37. washington's birthday: sunny, with a high near 63. monday night: mostly clear, with a low around 36. tuesday: sunny, with a high near 65.
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epidemic in america. how one lawmaker is making it his mission to stop it. announcer: "for news while you're on the move, listen to our news
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the city of ferguson is facing a new challenge after the federal government announced it is suing the city. the justice department is trying to force ferguson to overhaul its troubled police department. after the fatal shooting death of michael brown... an investigation found a pattern of problems with excessive force and racial discrimination in the police department. abc's bazi kanani has the latest. script: a new battle in ferguson, missouri. the justice department is
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violating its residents' civil rights. "the ferguson police dept's. violations were expansive and deliberate, stopping people without reasonable suspicion, arresting them without cause, and using unreasonable force. these violations were not only egregious they were routine. they were driven at least in part by racial bias." the lawsuit comes after a surprise move this week by the city council... voting to push back against the settlement the city had reached with the justice department after months of negotiations. you know the things that we asked for are i think very reasonable. city leaders want to amend the agreement which they say the city can't afford to implement. but attorney general loretta lynch isn't buying that argument. "the department of justice and
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came to an agreement that was both fair and cost-effective lynch says city leaders leave her no other choice-- forcing litigation to protect the rights of residents the justice department says are treated unfairly by police and a profit-driven court system. they have waited decades for justice. they should not be forced to wait any longer. ==bazi on cam tag== this case now goes to trial... unless the city and the justice department are able to settle first. attorney general lynch did not indicate much hope for that. for months now airlines have been cashing in on customers... while fuel prices are near historic lows... but finally... airlines
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www.birdsource.org checklists submitted: 147,265 total species observed: backyard bird count---feb. 13-16----19th annual count this is a joint effort by cornell university and the audubon society. in 2015 they went global for the first time and came up with some impressive figures. www.birdsource.org checklists submitted: 147,265 total species observed: 5,090 total individual birds counted: 18,726,079 how will el nino affect this year's count? when all of the data is compiled, the bird experts will be looking to see if the "el nino" is causing birds to be seen in places where they normally are
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nearly 200 species and 700 checklists tease--eagles in carson valley--carson valley--nice place for eagles 15th annual event---february 19-21 the carson valley agricultural and ranching community, along with the carson valley visitors authority, the audubon society, the great basin birding observatory and the conservation community have announced that the unique birds of prey viewing and agricultural education experience, the 15th annual eagles and agriculture event, will take place february 19-21. the 'eagles and ag' tours and workshops focus on the influx of bald eagles and other birds of prey that come to the scenic carson valley to feed on the
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announcer: "you're watching kolo 8 news now midday." welcome back to kolo- eight-news-now midday.
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the house passed a bill on wednesday in response to the drinking water crisis in flint, michigan. the bill directs the e-p-a to notify state officials within 24 hours when water contamination is detected at a certain level. then, if the state does not alert the public within 24 hours after that, the e-p-a must do it. co-sponsor of the bill congressman fred upton said..."i wish this bill was not necessary, but it is. the system let the people of flint down at every level, and that's unacceptable." a senate committee will hold a hearing on the zika virus this morning. the director of the centers for disease control and prevention and the director of the national institute of allergy and infectious diseases are both set to testify. senators will also be discussing president obama's emergency 1- point-8 billion dollar funding request to fast-track a vaccine. but one republican leader says the c-d-c and the n-i-h don't need additional money, since there's a surplus from
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let's go to lindsey matherly with a look at the forecast. today: mostly sunny, with a high near 65. south wind around 5 mph. tonight: partly cloudy, with a low around 38. 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 38. west wind around 5 mph. saturday: mostly sunny, with a high near 61. northwest wind around 5 mph. saturday night: partly cloudy, with a low around 36. sunday: mostly sunny, with a high near 62. sunday night: partly cloudy, with a low around 37. president obama is asking for 1.1 billion dollars to fight america's growing heroin and prescription drug problem in the final budget of his presidency -- something ohio senator rob portman has been pushing. as washington correspondent kellie meyer finds, it is making progress there too. kellie intro:
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he is happy with the presient's support in funding but it takes a comprehensive approach to deal with the countries drug problem, which he says is just what his bill would do. take vo: it's called cara- the comprehensive addiction and recovery act. first the bill would focus on drug prevention. portman says 4 out of 5 people that are addicted to heroin started with prescription drugs. he wants to focus on education before addiction. second launches treatment programs, including making sure rural areas as well as big cities have access to life saving options like naloxone. portman says the final point is that it is comprehensive. he believes it takes the nation coming together on all of these steps to make a difference. take sot: portman: "just in the last week or so we've had two incidents in ohio, tragic auto accidents caused by heroin overdoses including someone overdosing with their kids in the back seat and crashing on one of our a problem that is affecting all of kellie tag: senator portman tells us this is something he's been working on for three years. he says it's rare in washington to have this kind of bipartisan the white house and democratic sponsors like rhode island senator whitehouse. he says it's like kind of support that can get this to the presidents desk- he says as soon as next month. reporting in washington i'm
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kolo 8 news now pillar partner, join together northern nevada works to fight the substance abuse problem right here in washoe county. if you want more information about fighting substance addiction in our community, go to kolo cares dot com. if you've shopped at pier one imports recently, listen up. the company is recalling these "capella island swivel dining chairs." the base can apparently break, creating a fall hazard. if you own this chair you should stop using it immediately. you can return it to any pier-one store for a full refund or merchandise credit. we've posted information about the recall at kolo-tv-dot- com. just click on hot topics.### some good news when it comes to your next flight.
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to a 6 year low. transportation ticket prices fell by more than 6-percent in the third quarter of 20- 15. the average price is now about 372-dollars. so what's behind the lower prices? expansion of low-cost airlines and plunging jet fuel costs. to a consumer warning about credit card fees you don't even realize you're paying - and the one simple step you can take to find them. abc's chief business correspondent rebecca jarvis. script: it could be happening, right under your nose. nats - actually i had uncovered a charge that was very mysterious and i still don't really know what it was pretty significant recurring charges and fees flying under the radar? a dollar here? 3.99 there? payments automatically deducted from your debit and credit card bills for subscriptions and services you're not even using? yaron samid, founder & ceo bill guard
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growing up, you need to check your bills, right? but most of us simply don't. according to billguard's yaron samid americans waste a staggering $14 billion a year on these charges? now his company and newly released website asktrim.com? offer free services that can help cut these pesky costs for you. you give trim your account info, they scan your statements, then text you a list of recurring charges? reply with "cancel" to stop a subscription and they'll contact the provider for you? the two most common charges according to trim? credit monitoring services and gyms. rebecca jarvis abc news be sure not to cancel something you really want or do need, like your heating or electric bill?those two are recurring charges, but on a night like this, you'd be upset without them! go ice skating, enjoy dancing with the stars... ...or celebrate chinese new year. those are just a few things you can do this weekend. we have more in you things to do. and we look at just how successful those touchscreen gloves really are but first... lindsey
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back now with the touchscreen glove test -- as temperatures fall into the single digits -- typing on your phone outside can be a challenge. regular gloves don't work on touchscreens -- but what about these specially designed ones -- wirecutter dot com put twelve pairs to the test, and abc's gio benitez is here now to reveal the exclusive results
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typing in the cold can be a pain in more ways than one? natsot: "annoying i need to take off the gloves every time just to send a text" regular gloves don't work with touchscreens. here's why: the fabric blocks finger which activates your phone. nick guy of wirecutter.com, a website that advises on best gadgets, evaluated 12 pairs of touchscreen gloves to find out how well they work. sot gio: "looking at all of these, they don't have the tips we're used to seeing." sot nick guy: they actually sew in silver and copper thread / that conduct electricity and allow you to use your / touchscreen as if you weren't wearing gloves." to test for touchscreen ability, nick camped out in a temperature controlled brewery cooler like this one, keeping it consistently frosty - just above freezing, while he texted, used apps, and played games. now it's my turn with wirecutter's picks? sot gio: "all right, it's cold in here. 37 degrees!" first up: the moshi
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sot nick: "these were our favorite gloves in our tests. we found that they were nice and warm but we were also able to type really well with the thumbs on them." sot gio: "how well can i type in a brewery cooler?" well no typos." next up: the north face thermoball etip gloves, for $50.00. nick sot: "the material is a little bit thicker not quit as flexible. but they're still pretty impressive for how warm they are." gio sot: "i feel like i can be in a blizzard. / i was able to type, not bad." nick says all the gloves lose conductivity over time - but sometimes too quickly. that's what wirecutter found with the pair of glider gloves winter style that he tried, which sell for $29.99. sot gio: "i can't get the w." sot nick guy: "we wore them for a few months and they were fine. but then when we went to do our final tests we found that the left hand glove had stopped working all together." /the fact is they can wear out but wearing out in one season
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glider gloves told us "we've found that it's about 1% of all gloves that fail early. ..we do back up our product with a 90 day warranty and replace any gloves that have failed or are defective..." graphic nick's advice - get gloves with gripping material on the palm. see how well the phone stays in the glove? and get a tight fit. he says watch out for gloves with extra material or seams on the tip. that reduces touchscreen ability. tag info: dirt and grime also prevent the gloves from working well. so follow manufacturer's instructions when ititcomes to washing - but beware - washing also wears down the thread. wirecutter says most touchscreen gloves do lose two seasons. and now your kolo 8 hour-by-hour weather forecast with lindsey matherly. today: mostly sunny, with a high near 65. south wind around 5 mph. tonight: partly cloudy, with a low around 38. 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 38. west wind around 5 mph. saturday: mostly sunny, with a high near 61. northwest wind around 5 mph. saturday night: partly cloudy, with a low around 36. sunday: mostly sunny, with a high near 62.
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with a low around 37. washington's birthday: sunny, with a high near 63. monday night: mostly clear, with a low around 36. tuesday: sunny, with a high near 65. tuesday night: partly cloudy, with a low around 40. wednesday: a chance of rain. mostly cloudy, with a high near 57. today: mostly sunny, with a high near 65. south wind around 5 mph. tonight: partly cloudy, with a low around 38. 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 38. west wind around 5 mph. saturday: mostly sunny, with a high near 61. northwest wind around 5 mph. saturday night: partly cloudy, with a low around 36. sunday: mostly sunny, with a high near 62. sunday night: partly cloudy, with a low around 37. washington's birthday: sunny,
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monday night: mostly clear, with a low around 36. tuesday: sunny, with a high near 65. tuesday night: partly cloudy, this weekend with your valentine... or just want to get out and enjoy the weather...kolo 8 news now's rebecca kitchen is live with some ideas in your 8 things to do... it's your last chance for ice skating this year. ace skating is open for one more weekend... the final chance to hit the ice is monday. the senior winter games is hosting a valentine's dinner and dance sunday night at the eldorado.... but today is your last chance to register. the dance is open to couples 50 years old and up. whether you're in love.. single or maybe it's complicated head up to virginia city for the annual the devil made me do it saloon crawl. that's saturday starting at 11 in the morning. it's another chance to check out bobcats, wolves, and other wild creatures in their winter wonder. the animal ark is hosting their second wild winter weekend... check it out saturday and
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both days if your kids like exploring outside... the truckee meadows park foundation is hosting a free junior naturalist program. kids have a chance to discover plants, animals, and more this saturday morning at the evan canyon trailhead. truckee meadows park foundation is a kolo cares pillar partner. squaw valley alpine meadows is hosting their annual kid-o-rama. it's a week of events like kids night tubing.. big truck day.. a deck party and cookie happy hour... plus more... that starts this saturday. celebrate the year of the monkey during the silver legacy's chinese new year celebrations... you can check out the traditional lion dance plus other live entertainment saturday through monday... and finally... the dancing with the stars live! dance all night tour is coming to reno.. you can catch the show at the grand sierra resort
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announcer: you wouldn't let money just blow out of your house. so when your ac or heater is on, make sure the doors, windows, and fireplace flue are shut tight. if you're headed out, turn down the ac, or lower the heat, by 10 degrees. and always keep your water heater set at 120.
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announcer: if you're looking for an incredible experience, meet a shelter pet and adopt. they make super pets who will enrich your life and steal your heart. adopt and bring home a shelter pet today. to find out more, visit theshelterpetproject.org. the male psyche has perplexed humanity for centuries. finally, a comedy tour has been created to answer the long- asked questions about the male
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chance to ask anonymous questions live of our expert panel in men's behavior. comedian justin rupple is "the married man", joe dosch is "the gay man", mitcz marzoni is "the single man" & alex mandelberg is "the coupled man". each comedian performs their unique and hilarious individual act and then the whole crew returns to the stage -- together -- to answer your anonymous, un-screened questions. no two
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this panel of self-professed experts take your questions head on and answer them with a mix of humor, truth, and emotion. how dark, deep, or daring it gets depends the curiosity of the crowd, and you won't leave disappointed! you'll become a little more knowledgeable, and perhaps more frightened, at the many shades and hues of the male psyche. you'll never forget the night you got dismantled. dismantled has sold out in the past, get your tickets now!
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thursdays as drew shafer hosts our podcast starting at 7:00pm and all tickets are just $10! reno tahoe comedy offers a full bar with no drink minimum and nightly drink specials in a beautiful, smoke free theater setting. event: reno tahoe comedy location: pioneer underground, 100 south virginia st., reno, nv dates: thursday, friday, saturday and sunday: february 11, 12, 13 and 14th 2016 times: - thursday doors at 6:45pm / show at 8:00pm cost: all tickets $10 on thank you thursdays! - friday doors at 8:00pm /
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when you stay connected to your kids, they'll stay connected to you.
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call the boys town national hotline at 1-800-448-3000 (tdd# 1-800-448-1433) ...or visit us on the web at parenting dot org. a good samaritan gets his foot involved in a foot chase, and after 70 years, a world-war ii couple meets again person. here's jeremy roth.. --reporter pkg-as follows-- police in the uk are looking for a mysterious good samaritan who helped them get a "leg up" on a fleeing suspect. video released by the department shows in pursuit of a suspected drug dealer, when a bystander sticks
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social media erupted with praise for the swift-footed stranger, who the cops are now looking to thank. as for the suspect, he's been charged-- and may be facing another trip...if you catch my drift. .....a trip to the big house. that was my drift. ok, you get it. when the surf's up--it's up, and that's all that matters to surfers. it-- check out these wave riders in halifax, canada. yes, that is snow on the ground..oh, and the temperature was you might call them them....nuts. i'm freezing just watching this. thankfully, this story will warm you right up. an american ww2 veteran flew to australia to be reunited with the woman he fell in love with during the war in 1944. when the war ended, a misunderstanding sent the couple their separate ways. now, more than 70 years later, after a little web research and some skyping-- he's 93, she's 88, and they've found their way to each other again. just in time for valentine's day. i'm jeremy roth. lindsey matherly is back with another look at our forecast. today: mostly sunny, with a
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around 5 mph. tonight: partly cloudy, with a low around 38. 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 38. west wind around 5 mph. thanks for watching. don't forget... for updates on the stories we covered... head to our webchannel... kolo-t-v-dot-com. ----- hairstyles provided by rumors hair salon. ----- closed captioning provided by st. mary's regional medical center. -----
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