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we have new information this hour on that shooting last night at the siri casino. reno police have charged a man with open murder... police say the suspect in the shooting is 38-year- old kiley grayson. police tell us grayson stayed in the casino until they arrived. police say grayson shot the other man.. who's name has not been released follwoing an argument between the two. the shooting happened just before midnight at the siri's casino on norht virginia street. police say no one else was injured during the shooting. the investigation is still ongoing. and last week reno police released photographs of a white 2 door passenger car that thoguht may have
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south reno. r-p-d tells us that they found they vehicle on friday and it has been taken to the station for processing. no arrests have been made in this case so police are still asking for your help. if you know anything about this case or the shooting at the siri casino you can call reno police or secret witness at 322-4900. local construction workers are holding a protest right now at the tesla gigafactory construction site. the strike is in protest of nevada tax breaks that workers claim are being spent to bring workers from new mexico to work at the gigafactory construction site. nevada governor brian sandoval signed legislation giving tesla $1.4 billion in tax
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gigafactory in nevada. "this legislation was passed with limited protection for nevada's construction workers," said todd koch, president of the building and construction trades council of northern nevada. "nevada's tax dollars should be used to provide jobs for nevada construction workers not new mexico construction workers." there has been no official comment from tesla. "we think it's a raw deal for nevada's workers. we think this corporate welfare at it's worst. there are nevada workers who are available, skilled workers to do these jobs. they are choosing to bring workers from out of state so they can pay them less." a spokesperson for tesla has this to say this morning... today's activity stems from the local carpenters union protesting against one of the third party construction contractors that tesla is using at the gigafactory. their issue is not with how tesla treats its workers. their issue is that of the many third party contractors that are involved in the construction of the gigafactory, many are union but the one at issue is not. the union is also claiming that
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favoring out of state workers... in reality.... more than 50% of the workers used by this contractor and more than 75% of the entire gigafactory workforce are nevada residents, demonstrating the project's strong commitment to nevada. now to some new developments in the search for two missing men out at donner lake. crews have recovered the bodies of 34-year- old lucas johnson and 33-year-old joshua patterson. the search started out as a rescue effort friday night with a 9-1-1 call about a capsized canoe on the lake. both men were found
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life jackets. vandals in north lake tahoe have struck again. this time-- they damaged a statue of the virgin mary in king's beach. it happened back on valentine's day at the "lady of the lake church." vandals broke the head and fingers of the statue off. you may remember last september when vandals spray painted the statue and the plaque below it. investigators believe it's linked to a hate crime of church vandalism that spanned from last april to september... targeting churches in incline village, kings beach and tahoe city. members of the church fear... the crime may be escalating. lorena: and it just keeps on happening and i don't understand why. the church is raising money to buy a new statue. the placer county sheriff's office is working with the f-b-i to try to catch the vandals. they're offering a 1- thousand dollar reward for information leading to an arrest. spring break is almost here... and washoe county health officials aren't taking any chances when it comes to the zika virus. they're offering advice for people who might be traveling to zika infected countries. since february 5th, eight people have been tested for the zika virus in washoe county. none of those cases
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the c-d-c and washoe county health district recommend pregnant women do not travel to the infected countries. but if you do, make sure you protect yourself from mosquito bites. they also recommend to use protection, since there have been numerous cases of zika spreading through sexual contact. ### nevada attorney general, adam laxalt is voicing opposition to president obama's e-p-a clean power plan. laxalt says states should have a right to decide pollution emission standards for themselves and he believes the e-p-a is exceeding it's statutory authority in efforts to implement the president's plan. some environmentalists criticized laxalt's stance saying he was choosing the interestes of out-of-state coal corporations over the health of communities and the climate. govenor brian sandoval weighed in saying that laxalt was quote "simply offering his legal opinion." a new overflow shelter for the homeless will be opening this week. the city of reno says the shelter will house homeless men and women when the community assistance center shelters are full.
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open year round and house up to 1-hundred people. 20 maltese dogs were rescued from a puppy mill in silver springs in december -- and now they're looking for good homes. the dogs - ranging in age from four months to ten years - showed signs of neglect. officials with the reno tahoe rescue society say a lot of these dogs had been mistreated for years -- but they've come a long way in the past two months. two ha already been adopted and the rest are waiting to find the right homes. "what we're looking for are adult homes because these guys aren't typical dogs, they're learning to be dogs. so they would love adult homes more on the quiet side, some would like hiding people, traveling types. they all have their own personalities so what we'd lke to do is find people who want us to match a maltese to them." the reno tahoe rescue society is now looking for volunteers and foster families. to learn more about adopting these rescued dogs...go to kolo t-v dot com. university of nevada president, marc johnson says the university plans to hire up to 4- hundred new faculty members by 20-20. he says the school will be able to fund the
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university's record enrollment last year of almost 21-thousand students. university officials will meet with the nevada system of higher education in march to discuss whether to ask the legislature to fund 1-hundred of those jobs. this could be black monday for some of the presidential candidates... we'll have a preview of super tuesday... which could be the last day for some of the campaigns this time around. and are the recent storms making a difference in our area? we'll find out as hydrologists measure the snowpack on mt. rose later today. but first... lindsey 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
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local hydrologists will take another measurement of our snowpack. when they last took a survey earlier this month...the snowpack measured at 125-percent of normal on mount rose. that boost came from a strong january storm... however february has been a dry month...so that number could go down. surveyors hope this measurment will give them a better idea of what our water supply will look like this summer. and now your kolo 8 hour-by-hour weather forecast with lindsey matherly. today: mostly sunny, with a high near 66. west wind around 5 mph. tonight: partly cloudy, with a low around 38. southwest wind around 5 mph. tuesday: mostly sunny, with a high near 69. breezy, with a southwest wind 5 to 15 mph increasing to 15 to 25 mph in the afternoon. winds could gust as high as 35 mph. tuesday night: partly cloudy, with a low around 38. breezy, with a west wind 15 to 25 mph decreasing to 5 to 15 mph in the evening. winds could gust
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wednesday: sunny, with a high near 70. southwest wind around 5 mph. wednesday night: partly cloudy, with a low around 41. thursday: partly sunny, with a high near 61. thursday night: partly cloudy, with a low around 35. friday: mostly sunny, with a high near 62. friday night: mostly cloudy, with a low around 38. saturday: partly sunny, with a high near 61. saturday night: a chance of rain. mostly cloudy, with a low around 39. sunday: a chance of rain. mostly cloudy, with a high near 52. breezy. today: mostly sunny, with a high near 66. west wind around 5 mph. tonight: partly cloudy, with a low around 38. southwest wind around 5 mph. tuesday: mostly sunny, with a high near 69. breezy, with a southwest wind 5 to 15 mph increasing to 15 to 25 mph in the afternoon. winds could gust as high as 35 mph. tuesday night: partly cloudy,
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with a west wind 15 to 25 mph decreasing to 5 to 15 mph in the evening. winds could gust as high as 35 mph. wednesday: sunny, with a high near 70. southwest wind around 5 mph. wednesday night: partly cloudy, with a low around 41. thursday: partly sunny, with a high near 61. thursday night: partly cloudy, with a low around 35. one last day to campaign ahead of super tuesday. tomorrow... millions of voters head to the polls... putting hundreds of delegates up for grabs in the race for president. abc's stephanie ramos is in virginia with more. pkg script: super tuesday is tomorrow. this could be delegates are up for grabs for the republcians?and 1015 for democratics in 12 virgina?.when all is said and done ?boxes checked?ballots closed?the
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on their way to becoming the nominees in both parties?or not. it will provide a strong argument for those who take the most delegates, that they should be the nominee for their party. but the rhetoric has intensified especially among republicans in recent days. sot - sen. ted cruz / president candidate "there have been multiple media reports about donald's business dealings with the mob, with the mafia. natsot - sen. marco rubio / presidential candidate "...small hands..." after losing iowa, gop frontrunner?donald trump? has seen his numbers in the polls and election day keep growing as he appears unbeatable?but a day before super tuesday trump went on nbc rushing to clear up his views about the kkk and its former grand wizard
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endorsed him. sot - donald trump / presidential candidates " . i don't mind disavowing anybody. i disavowed david duke and disavowed him the day before at a major news conference." trump's poll numbers ? still unfazed. right here in virginia. a super tuesday state.. both donald trump and hillary clinton lead in the latest polls and that seems to be the case in many of the states voting tomorrow. sr, abc news, alexandria, virginia. a virginia policewoman gunned down her first day on the job. her alleged attacker goes to court today... not once but twice and the planned parenthood shooting suspect speaks out about what he says drove him to kill. announcer: "for news while you're on the move, listen to our news
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crunch! crave those crazy squares. cinna-milk! an accused cop-killer faces a judge today...
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family. the suspect charged with killing his wife, then a rookie officer - just one day after she was sworn-in. abc's elizabeth hur has the latest from new york. pkg script: ronald hamilton.. arraigned twice this morning.. on two murder charges.. remains in jail.. held without bond. sot - broadcastify "i just want to be clear, do we have officers involved in the shooting?" "we have 3 officers that have been shot." according to authorities.. three officers were shot.. responding to a 911 call reporting domestic abuse in prince william county, virginia.. did not survive.. killed in the line of duty.. out on her first street patrol saturday.. "when news came in surgery that she passed what definitely at all." sot - mos "a young woman goes out to do her job? and this kind of thing happens? it's sad." as a community mourns.. about the 28-year-old rookie officer.. we're told she spent some six years as a marine corp reservist.. and her history dates back to 2011 when she interned with the police
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sot - chief stephan hudson / prince william county police dept. "she did share with us when we rehired her that she felt like she still wanted to do this job and couldn't get it out of her blood.." her accused killer.. an army staff sergeant assigned to the pentagon.. has also been charged with murdering his wife.. found dead inside the home.. his 11- year-old son was also home but not hurt. elizabeth hur oncam close: the two other officers are expected to recover. hamilton is due back in court april 19th.. facing first and capital murder and he is eligible for the death penalty, if convicted. eh, abc news, ny. when you are sitting on a plane, do you feel like you are packed in like a sardine? how one senator is taking on the issue in hopes of giving you more leg room. and a new pricing structure goes into affect today at disneyland and disney
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founded in 1978 and incorporated in 1983, northern nevada literacy council is a 501 3 community-based, not-for- profit organization dedicated to helping adult learners reach their educational goals so they can be successful in the future. northern nevada literacy council began in 1973 when a small group of women decided to help girls learn english. soon, their efforts to teach adults how to read, write and speak english multiplied as more volunteers joined in, and the group soon recognized that the growth in washoe county's population was creating a bigger demand for adult literacy services. nnlc provides free classes to adults who are preparing to take the test to obtain their certificate of high school equivalency . nnlc also provides free english as a second language and citizenship classes to foreign-born adults. to date, hundreds of students have successfully obtained their diplomas with students passing every day. nnlc students are getting better paying jobs, enrolling into college and/or pursuing a career in the trades. the doors of opportunity are now wide open for them! values: the northern nevada literacy council values providing a quality education for those prepared to learn. we
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dedication of our students. in turn we promise to provide them with our best to help them succeed. we are committed to helping our students grow in all aspects of life, and provide the following: dedicated instructors and staff respect and integrity for all our students providing ample resources to help students succeed devotion to strong work ethic and responsibilities that can be applied inside and outside the classroom pledge to provide education growth for all our students steps in helping our students reach the next level of education, or job incorporated in 1983, northern nevada literacy council is a 501 3 community-based, not-for- profit organization dedicated to helping adult learners reach their educational goals so they can be successful in the future. northern nevada literacy council began in 1973 when a small group of women decided to help girls learn english. soon, their efforts to teach adults how to read, write and speak english multiplied as more volunteers joined in, and the group soon recognized that the growth in washoe county's population was creating a bigger demand
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nnlc provides free classes to adults who are preparing to take the test to obtain their certificate of high school equivalency . nnlc also provides free english as a second language and citizenship classes to foreign-born adults. to date, hundreds of students have successfully obtained their diplomas with students passing every day. nnlc students are getting better paying jobs, enrolling into college and/or pursuing a career in the trades. the doors of opportunity are now wide open for them! values: the northern nevada literacy council values providing a quality education for those prepared to learn. we believe in the hard work and dedication of our students. in turn we promise to prride them with our best to help them succeed. we are committed to helping our students grow in all aspects of life, and provide the following: dedicated instructors and staff respect and integrity for all our students providing ample resources to
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devotion to strong work ethic and responsibilities that can be applied inside and outside the classroom pledge to provide education growth for all our students steps in helping our students reach the next level of education, or job incorporated in 1983, northern nevada literacy council is a 501 3 community-based, not-for- profit organization dedicated to helping adult learners reach their educational goals so they can be successful in the future. northern nevada literacy council began in 1973 when a small group of women decided to help girls learn english. soon, their efforts to teach adults how to read, write and speak english multiplied as more volunteers joined in, and the group soon recognized that the growth in washoe county's population was creating a bigger demand for adult literacy services. nnlc provides free classes to adults who are preparing to take the test to obtain their
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. nnlc also provides free english as a second language and citizenship classes to foreign-born adults. to date, hundreds of students have successfully obtained their diplomas with students passing every day. nnlc students are getting better paying jobs, enrolling into college and/or pursuing a career in the trades. the doors of opportunity are now wide open for them! values: the northern nevada literacy council values providing a quality education for those prepared to learn. we believe in the hard work and dedication of our students. in turn we promise to provide them with our best to help them succeed. we are committed to helping our students grow in all aspects of life, and provide the following: dedicated instructors and staff respect and integrity for all our students providing ample resources to help students succeed devotion to strong work ethic and responsibilities that can be applied inside and outside the classroom
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growth for all our students steps in helping our students reach the next level of
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announcer: "you're watching kolo 8 news now midday." welcome back to kolo- eight-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 66. west wind around 5 mph. tonight: partly cloudy, with a low around 38. southwest wind around 5 mph. tuesday: mostly sunny, with a high near 69. breezy, with a southwest wind 5 to 15 mph increasing to 15 to 25 mph in the afternoon. winds could gust as high as 35 mph. tuesday night: partly cloudy, with a low around 38. breezy, with a west wind 15 to 25 mph decreasing to 5 to 15 mph in the evening. winds could gust as high as 35 mph. wednesday: sunny, with a high
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around 5 mph. wednesday night: partly cloudy, with a low around 41. interview-1s planned parenthood shooting suspect robert lewis dear is facing 179 counts in the november attack that left three people dead. dear... who is undergoing mental competency evaluation.. proclaimed his guilt in loud outbursts during preliminary hearings in december. dear spoke to local media in a telephone interview and explained what he says drove him to kill. heather skold reports. interview-pk --reporter pkg-as follows-- "do you have any guilt?" "no, i don't have any guilt. i'm in a war. robert dear... the self- proclaimed planned parenthood shooter, remains adamant -- "do you value life?" "of course! that's why i did it. i killed three and i saved 3,000." in his phone interview.... robert dear calls those who died on black friday.. "casualties of war".... "do the names garrett swasey, jennifer markovsky, or ke'arre
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"yeah, those are victims." "were their lives not important?" "well, in a war there's gonna be casualties. are you gonna name the hundred million babies that were killed, that nobody talks about, nobody represents them, they have no voice, but yet our constitution says we have the right to life, liberty and pursuit of happiness?" garrett swasey, jennifer markovsky, and ke'arre stewart all had two children. there are six children without a father or a mother. what do you want to say to those kids?" "i already answered that question about them." : "what do you want to say to those kids?" "i'm not saying anything to their kids." : "do you not care?" "i care about a lot of things. i care about innocent blood. innocent blood of all those babies they're killing, and selling their baby parts. that's a holocaust. that's an atrocity."
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children who do not have a parent?" dear: "i already answered that question." clearly dodging questions... dear talked about his hero... paul hill... who, killed an abortion doctor.. and the doctor's body guard. hill was convicted and given the lethal injection. : "would you call yourself a christian? "oh, yeah. of course i'm a christian, because i actually did something to try to stop abortion, not just talk and not just play the game." "how do you feel about the 10 commandments, if you call yourself a christian, and if on the 10 commandments it says do not kill? "actually, it says, 'do not murder.' i didn't murder. i killed." "killing is not the problem. it's who you kill. that's the -- that's the question. if you're killing to save lives, ah, that's a different story than murdering people
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save lives." interview-ta heather skold reporting. an update on dear's mental competency is set for march until march. california police say three people were stabbed during a ku klux klan anti-immigration rally in anaheim over the weekend -- after a fight broke out with a group of counter protesters. they say seven people from the counter protester group are now in custody because they were seen attacking the klansmen at the rally with wooden posts. during the fight klan members stabbed three of the counter protesters with a knife and the end of a flag pole. the klansmen were arrested but later released because it was determined they were acting in self defense. president obama will award the nation's highest military honor today to a navy seal who helped rescue a u-s hostage in afghanistan. senior chief, edward byers junior, took part in a risky mission to save a doctor kidnapped by the taliban back in december of 2012. according to reports, byers shielded the man from gun fire, while
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the wall with his hand, until other seals arrived. byers will be the 11th living service member to receive the medal of honor for actions in afghanistan. hold onto your mouse ears... disneyland in california and walt disney world in florida have started demand-based pricing. the resorts will charge three different prices -- depending on the time of year -- for a single day park ticket. the calendar will be divided into value, regular and peak periods. a value one-day pass at disneyland will drop to 95-dollars. a regular pass will rise to 105 dollars. the price will then shoot up to 112 dollars on peak days. disney hopes its "surge pricing" will -- quote -- "help spread out visitation." how would you like bigger seats on your next flight? new york senator chuck schumer is trying to make it happen. he's adding an amendment to the f-a-a reauthorization bill that would require the agency to establish seat size standards for commercial airlines. he says airlines have been slowly cutting down legroom and seat width on planes forcing passengers to quote - 'sit on planes like sardines.'
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width on planes forcing passengers to quote - 'sit on planes like sardines.' he says the distance between seats on a plane have dropped from 35 to 31-inches over the last 40 years. and seat widths have shrunk about 2 inches. fire can travel over a mile. you can't control where it will land. only what happens before it does. visit fireadapted.org to learn how to protect your community from wildfires. (singing) i just can't wait to meet you, sweet child you're on the way, i'm filled with expectation, and you're growing everyday...
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there are many dangers on the road. including objects coming off other vehicles...putting your life in danger in a matter of seconds. so how can you protect yourself? here's abc's linzie janis with more.
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they come out of no where? nats objects - like this mattress - or this tire- flying straight at you?sometimes crashing straight through your windshield? amanda mcdonough was driving with her two month old on a highway near detroit saturday when ice flew off the car in front of her? "and this whole sheet came off and just shattered our windshield" luckily no one was hurt... but tom kotenko - driving on an indiana highway last week - came inches from death? "it's still a little sore" ...when a five pound metal spring came off a semi?sailing through his windshield and knocking him unconscious for a few seconds. it happens more often than you think? debris triggering roughly 50 thousand crashes a year ?claiming nearly 450 lives. to prevent accidents - like this one -
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caused by a mattress landing in the road -- nats -- experts say the best thing you can do is be aware. sot: "trust your instincts, increase your flowing distance. make sure nothing beside you, you can have an escape route. and now your kolo 8 hour-by-hour weather forecast with lindsey matherly. today: mostly sunny, with a high near 66. west wind around 5 mph. tonight: partly cloudy, with a low around 38. southwest wind around 5 mph. tuesday: mostly sunny, with a high near 69. breezy, with a southwest wind 5 to 15 mph increasing to 15 to 25 mph in the afternoon. winds could gust as high as 35 mph. tuesday night: partly cloudy, with a low around 38. breezy, with a west wind 15 to 25 mph decreasing to 5 to 15 mph in the evening. winds could gust as high as 35 mph. wednesday: sunny, with a high near 70. southwest wind around 5 mph. wednesday night: partly cloudy, with a low around 41. thursday: partly sunny, with a high near 61. thursday night: partly cloudy, with a low around 35. friday: mostly sunny, with a high near 62.
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a low around 38. saturday: partly sunny, with a high near 61. saturday night: a chance of rain. mostly cloudy, with a low around 39. sunday: a chance of rain. mostly cloudy, with a high near 52. breezy. today: mostly sunny, with a high near 66. west wind around 5 mph. tonight: partly cloudy, with a low around 38. southwest wind around 5 mph. tuesday: mostly sunny, with a high near 69. breezy, with a southwest wind 5 to 15 mph increasing to 15 to 25 mph in the afternoon. winds could gust as high as 35 mph. tuesday night: partly cloudy, with a low around 38. breezy, with a west wind 15 to 25 mph decreasing to 5 to 15 mph in the evening. winds could gust as high as 35 mph. wednesday: sunny, with a high near 70. southwest wind around 5 mph. wednesday night: partly cloudy, with a low around 41. thursday: partly sunny, with a high near 61.
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friday: mostly sunny, with a high near 62. friday night: mostly cloudy, with a low around 38. saturday: partly sunny, with a
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look at me! hey. raymond, look at mommy. dad: maybe the light hurts his eyes. mom: maybe she's just not hungry.
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look. maybe we're not stimulating him enough. maybe it's a phase. announcer: avoiding eye contact is one early sign of autism. learn the others today. the sooner it's diagnosed, the better. now to the emotionally charged erin andrews trial. the "dancing with the stars" host is suing a hotel for 75 million dollars after a peeping tom recorded her
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and she's expected to take the stand today. abcs eva pilgrim is at the courthouse in nashville. script: nats i am happy to report... while she's used to being front and center, reporting from the sidelines of sports' biggest events - this morning, erin andrews is expected to be front and center in court - taking the stand - fighting for herself. steven andrews: she kept screaming, i'm on the internet, i'm on the internet, i'm naked. nats i'm erin andrews and we are so excited to be... the 37 year old reporter and dancing with the stars cohost is suing michael david barrett? who in 2010 pleaded guilty to stalking and filming her naked through the peephole of her hotel room door -- as well as the owners and managers of this nashville marriott for $75 million dollars claiming the hotel made it easy for him to film her in the nude. sunny hostin / abc news, senior legal analyst if she tells this jury how this affected her, i just can't imagine that it's going to be difficult for this jury to connect with her and find in her
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is a criminal who tricked them into gaining access to andrews - but andrews' lawyers say the hotel did nothing to prevent barrett from finding her room number - and failed to notice he "removed and altered the peephole" on her door. randall kinnard/plaintiff: he stands there for four- and-a-half minutes and videos her. barrett posted his video on the internet, and it went viral - experts say millions watched it. it's been 8 years since the incident and despite her best efforts to remove the video it is still online? and her dad says his daughter still isn't the same... steven andrews: she's not the girl that we used to know. hulk hogan's lawsuit against the website called "gawker" over a sex tape is set to go to
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hogan, whose real name is terry bollea, is suing gawker media for 100- million dollars for publishing part of a sex tape in 2012. the tape... recorded inside the home of radio host bubba "the love sponge" in 2006, showed hogan having sex with clem's wife at the time. hogan's legal team argues gawker violated hogan's privacy by publishing the footage and initially refusing to take it down. the clip was taken down under a court order. one of hogan's attorneys said both sides took part in a third round of mediation a few weeks ago, but no agreement was reached. gawker's defense rests largely on the first amendment. lawyers for the company argue hogan had made his sexual exploits a matter of public interest, and the sex tape had been the subject of news stories prior to its publication. at the academy awards... after being nominated several times... one hollywood superstar finally has that sought after oscar. host chris rock
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nominees this year... with remarks that were equal parts biting and funny. dianne gallagher wraps up the key moments from the awards ceremony from hollywood. --reporter pkg-as follows-- six nominations over 22 years -- and leonardo dicaprio is finally an oscar winner. in accepting the best actor award for the revenant -- he brought the climate change discussion into focus. let's us not take this planet for granted, i do not take tonight for granted, thank you so very much. the political themes didn't end there... starting with the opening monologue... host chris rock made reference to the oscars so white controversy. hollywood is sorority racist, it's like we like you rhonda but you're not a kappa also calling attention to racism...alejandro innaritu in his acceptance speech for best director for "the revenant." and make sure for once and forever that the color of the skin becomes as irrelevant as the length of our hair and listen to this direct challenge from the producer of church sexual abuse drama "spotlight" - which won
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pope francis it's time to protect the children, and restore the faith brie larson won best actress -- her first oscar -- for her role in room. in a huge upset, mark rylance beat out sylvester stallone to take home the best supportig actor award for his role in bridge of spies. and alicia vikander won the best supporting actress trophy for her role in 'the danish girl.' finally mad max: fury road picked up six oscars -- the most of any film nominated this year. "till it happens to you, happens to you... though she didnt win an oscar, lady gaga stole the show with her impassioned rendition of "til it happens to you." in hollywood, i'm dianne
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moo-ve over for one farmer's take on politics and one tennis matches ball boys furry antics. here's jeremy roth... --reporter pkg-as follows-- keep your eyes on the silver car at the right. whoa!! this red dump truck absolutely destroys the silver car... pushing it through the intersection.... colliding into another car.... before plowing thru a concrete barrier. four people were taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. the truck driver says he doesn't know how he lost control . so we know how marco rubio & ted cruz feel
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ohio farmer thinks of him.... yep, that's cow manure. jerry slankard says he's tired of politics and trump so he trucked manure to his pasture & spelled out his feelings. and he really doesn't give a...well, crap how others feel. "i know there's a lot of people maybe not agree but that's your american right, but i just voice my opinion; not yours." and that's no bull. well.... this is quite the game of fetch..... meet the "ball dogs" of the brasil open tournament in sao paulo, brazil. shelter dogs frida, mel, isabelle and costela retrieved tennis balls during the match.... but weren't as excited to give the balls back... that giving back awareness is what a local shelter is hoping to 'serve up' for abandoned dogs. the score.....love. i'm jeremy roth. today: mostly sunny, with a high near 66. west wind around 5 mph. tonight: partly cloudy, with a low around 38. southwest wind around 5 mph. tuesday: mostly sunny, with a high near 69. breezy, with a southwest wind 5 to 15 mph increasing to 15 to 25 mph in the afternoon. winds could gust as high as 35 mph.
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