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3 (bill)>> and... the passing of a rock legend .. david bowie loses his battle with cancer.... these stories and more.. coming up on this monday, january 11, 2016. 3 ((male voice: you're watching news 4 today on your side in high definition.)) 3 (bill)>> good morning 3 and thank you for choosing us to start your day. i'm bill
3 (bill)3 >> > we begin this morning with politics.. and decision 2016... republican presidential candidate donald trump has made his second campaign appearance in northern nevada..this time ... trump rallied inside the reno ballroom yesterday.news 4's jaime hayden was there ... and explains why this rally was somewhat different than his last visit... 3 ((decision 2016)) 3 ((jaime intro: thats right ... security increased this time around compared to trump's sparks rally back in october. secret service agents really made their presence known throughout the reno ballroom ... even media had to be screened prior to the event. but that didn't stop a couple thousand people from waiting hours to hear what trump had to say. donald trump supporters say the billionaire presidential candidate has done it again. sot mos 1: "he's saying things that people want to hear." sot mos 2: "i like that he is so
business man." more than 2000 people filled the reno ballroom sunday afternoon for trumps second campaign visit to the area. trump used his usual talking points to get the crowd amped up ... including his plans to increase military power. sot trump: "we're going to make our country safe again, we're going to kick the bleep out of isis quickly." he also spoke on his well known goals of getting rid of obamacare and building a wall along the mexican border.sot trump: "by the way, who is going to pay for the wall? mexico." while trump criticized democratic candidates hillary clinton and bernie sanders during the rally ... he spent much of his time questioning republican candidate ted cruz's citizenship. cruz was born in canada to a u.s. citizen.sot trump: "ted cruz has a cloud hanging over his head, so the question is, is ted cruz a
also criticized the n-f-l during his rally ... saying football has gone soft ... blaming new tackling guidelines aimed at keeping players safer.he then compared the league to america. sot trump: "we're going bad folks, we're going soft, just like the nfl, we're going soft its true, no think of it, am i right, am i right? his supporters agree. sot mos 1: "it's not becoming week, its very weak. our constitution is being stepped on, its not the country i grew up in and i want this country to be what it once was." sot mos 3: "he is right in what he believes and says and he says what he says i mean that is the america way, he would be that way if he didn't have any money, god bless him and i hope he wins."jaime tag: "we'll just have to wait and see. the next republican debate is this thursday. and the republican nevada caucus is set for february 23. it's
then. back to you )) 3 (samantha)>> and in other political news...g-o-p candidate carly fiorina will hold a tele-town hall today. nevada voters can call toll- free into 8-8-8-400-9-3-4-2... tonight at 7:00.officials with fiorina's campaign say she will address issues important to people in nevada during the half hour town hall. 3 (bill and samantha)>>let's take a quick look outside...3 current conditions and skycam
it 3 over to meteorologist tim studebaker.. for today...relatively quiet with a mix of clouds & sun. there could be patchy morning fog in spots...otherwise relatively quiet with light winds and seasonably chilly temperatures. relative humidity is high in a few spots...which could be an indication of freezing fog. heads up for your morning commute if you are in an area seeing that fog.a chilly start across the area. here's a look at the current temperatures. expect a seasonably chilly afternoon today.on satellite and radar...things are pretty quiet for today. our next system arrives around the middle of the week. we'll talk about that in full
3 (samantha)>> an update on a story we brought you last week on news 4 ... we now know the identity of the young man who died friday morning... when he fell into the lake at paradise park.family friends tell news four his name was "saitani too-ee-hall-ah-nee- nee"...dozens of people showed up at the park last night.. ... leaving candles and flowers... to honor him. witnesses told police they saw the 19-year-old fall into the lake about 3:30 friday morning... and called 9-1-1... but he was reportedly in the water for about a half hour. 3 (bill)>> washoe county schools are opening back up today
damage is causing one school to keep their doors closed a couple weeks longer.news 4's alex cannito is live from pine middle school with an update on their efforts to get students back in classrooms. 3 (alex - live) 3 washoe county schools are back in session todaypine middle school classes not the case... resume january 25th95 percent of the first floor has severe damage4 inch water pipe separated found on december 26thto make up for this two week interruption in classes instructional day will be 15 minutes longerboys and girls club offering free services to pine middle school families during this two week extended breakhave lunch for students as well as free bus service picked up at miguel ribera center at 8 am and drop off there at 4 pmif you work later... you can pick up your student at the boys and girls clubjunior achievement of northern nevada incorporated will have classes at the boys and girls club "economic for success"interactive course on financial literacy, work readiness and entrepreneurship skills... 7th and 8th graders at pinefood bank of northern nevada will also provide free meals at miguel ribera park for familiesstarting today through friday january 22nd also providing breakfast, lunch and dinner at different
year, and has been in the red consistently for six years. things hit bottom in 2009 when the industry posted staggering losses of 6 point 8 billion dollars. the gaming control board says that apparently .. the restaurants, booze and glitzy shows .;...but spending on actual gambling is way down. 3 (samantha)>> the good news is that the industry's losses have been narrowing every year, and insiders are optimistic that the nevada casino industry will start making money again this year. 3 (bill)>> and speaking of making money..... you have another chance to be the lucky winner of the now billon-dollar powerball. lottery officials say the estimated one-point-three billion dollar jackpot is the world's largest in history.no one matched all six numbers from saturday night's drawing... leading to the astronomical prize.the next drawing will be wednesday night. lottery officials say the u- s saw ticket sales of
alone and more than 400 - million dollars in sales on saturday. 3 swoosh sound 3 (samantha)3 >> a tornado touches down in "the sunshine state"....>> find out how strong the winds were.. that caused widespread damage.. when we return. 3 (bill)>> plus.. some key developments this weekend.. in the race for the white house..... we have a wrap up of this weekend in politics. 3
morning 3 >> in politics and decision 2016... hillary clinton gets a key endorsement as donald trump sets his sights on his closest competition on the republican side.(sam)>> nbc news correspondent edward lawrence joins us with the latest on the race for president. 3 decision 2016swoosh sound 3 (take pkg)(( pressure grows in the presidential race for the white house.hillary clinton picked up a key endorsement from former congresswoman gabrielle giffords and her astronaut husband.they say clinton is the only candidate who can stand up to the gun lobby.(sot: sec. hillary clinton / (d) presidnetial candidate :15 - :24)"it's the only industry in our country where we have given that kind of cart blanche where you can do whatever you want to do with no fear of legal consequences."senator bernie sanders says he can be tough on gun manufacturers.(sot: sen bernie sanders / (d) presidnetial candidate :29 - :41)"when gun manufacturers for example are selling guns into an area and know that those guns are going into the hands of criminals absolutely those gun manufacturers should be held accountable"a new nbc news/ wall street journal / marist poll shows iowa closer than ever with three weeks to
clinton slightly leads sanders. same with the republicans.. senator ted cruz has a lead over donald trump. so trump took aim at cruz's eligibility to be president because he was born in canada. (sot: donald trump / (r) presidnetial candidate 1:02 - 1:09)"from ted's stand point and from the party's stand point.. he has to solve this problem because the democrats will sue him if he is the nominee." cruz believes the 3 matter is settled.(--- reporter live tag ---)senator ted cruz was born to an american mother in canada and he says that makes him constitutionally eligible to be president.i'm edward lawrence in washington, now back to you. )) 3 (bill and sam)>> we'll toss it 3 over to meteorologist tim studebaker. 3 seasonably cool and relatively quiet yesterday...here's a look at the almanac numbers. for today look for clouds and sun along with light winds...there could be some patchy morning fog today in spots...otherwise mainly dry.
seasonably cold temperatures and mostly clear to partly cloudy skies.a chilly start across the area. here's a look at the current temperatures. expect a seasonably chilly afternoon today.on satellite and radar...things are pretty quiet for today. our next system arrives around the middle of the week. we'll talk about that in full weather coming up.on futurecast...look for relatively quiet conditions for the next couple of days and our next round of moisture arrives wednesday.for today...relatively quiet with a mix of clouds & sun. there could be patchy morning fog in spots...otherwise relatively quiet with light winds and seasonably chilly temperatures. on the 7 day forecast...relative tuesday...moisture in the form of sierra snow and spillover rain and snow showers for the valleys...and we remain unsettled heading into the
when a tornado touched down over the weekend.the national weather service confirmed the e-f 2 tornado rolled through cape coral on saturday night. winds reached up to 135 miles- per- hour and scattered debris over an area of about 12 square miles.officials say several homes were damaged and about 10- thousand people lost power.. which has since been restored..luckily.. no deaths or serious injuries were reported. 3 swoosh sound 3 (bill)>> he was a rock legend.. who was forever changing... >> from his looks to his music... the passing of david bowie... and the legacy he leaves behind... after the break. 3 (tim)>> and here's a look at your flight delays this morning.
3 **stinger music**(sam)3 >> topping international news this morning... mexican officials have started the process to extradite re- captured drug lord joaquin "el chapo" guzman to the united states. actor sean penn says he and mexican actress kate del castillo met secretly with guzman late last year... the meeting described in a rolling stone article.in the report penn quotes guzman... who talks about trafficking heroin, meth, and other drugs. right now.. n-b-c's gabe gutierrez has the latest on some new developments.. and what is coming up later.. on the today show. 3 (( gabe gutierrezthere are new developments in the ongoing saga of "el chapo." a mexican official telling nbc news that mexican authorities want to speak with oscar-winning actor sean penn and mexican soap opera star kate del castillo after their secretive meeting with joaquin "el chapo" guzman. critics say the pair should face charges, but this is not the first time that penn has dabbled in journalism. i'm gabe gutierrez in mexico and we'll have the
story coming up on today.)) 3 (samantha)>> the united states deployed a b- 52 bomber on a low- level flight over its ally south korea yesterday... it was a show of force following north korea's nuclear test last week. the b-52 was joined by two fighter planes in a low flight over an air base near seoul. the u-s military said the flight was -quote - "in response to recent provocative action by north korea." 3 (bill)>> back in this country... a second baltimore officer is set to go on trial in the death of freddie gray. jury selection begins today in the case against officer caesar goodson... junior.he drove the van that carried freddie gray from the site of his arrest last april to the police station.gray emerged from that 45-minute ride critically injured and unresponsive.he died days later.goodson is facing second-degree depraved-heart murder, among others.jury selection is expected to take two days -- with the trial likely to last two to three weeks.
lamar odom's family says he has been transferred from a los angeles hospital to a private facility.odom's family released a statement saying quote-- "we announce his transition to the next stage of his miraculous recovery at a new facility... lamar continues to make remarkable strides."medics who treated odom say he had multiple drugs in his system when he was found unconsious at the love ranch brothel back in october. 3 (bill)>> the music world is mourning the loss of one of its most unique singers and performers.david bowie died of cancer last night. as mark barger reports... the british star leaves behind a colorful legacy. 3 (( nats "we can be heroes" david bowie was a rock music icon for more than 40 years.... his manager confirmed the singer's passing sunday...following an 18 month battle with cancer.bowie's death comes just two days after his 69th birthday... which was celebrated by the release of his 47th album,
fallon noted on "the tonight show" nats "it's david bowie, he's obviously, the coolest kid in school."it'd been that way since in 1969... nats "ground control to major tom"bowie burst on the worldwide music scene with the galactic ballad "space oddity"....it set off not just a string of hit albums and songs in 70's...including "fame", "changes" and "young americans". but also an array of bowie personas, including glam rock sensation ziggy stardust.(sot ross king / itv news)"the man was just a genius. everything he did, he did brilliantly, whether it was music, whether itwas cinema, whether it was art. this man did it all." nats "let's dance" bowie added new wave and pop music to his repetoire in the 80s...and later, appeared in numerous movies and tv series... nats in the wee hours of this morning, bowie fans paid their respects at the rock icon's candle-lit star on the hollywood walk of fame.and news of bowie's passing spread
3 (samantha)>> we'll be right 3 >> school is back in session but pine middle school students are still out... we'll have an update coming up... 3 (bill)3 >> plus.. brothel owner dennis hof is no stranger to the spotlight...but he could soon influence our laws in nevada.hear what he had to say to news 4.. in an exclusive interview. 3 (samantha)>> and... decisons.. decisions... will it be "thin mints" or "tagalongs" ?...... how you can get your hands on this year's batch of girl scout cookies... these stories
monday, january 11, 2016. . 3 ((male voice: you're watching news 4 today on your side in high definition.)) 3 (sam)3 >> good morning and thank you for choosing us to start your day. i'm samantha boatman. (bill)>> and i'm bill frankmore.. 3 (samantha)3 >> bunny ranch 3 owner "dennis hof" is making a bid for a seat in the state senate.news 4's jaime hayden sat down with the brothel owner ... it's an interview you will see only on news 4... 3 ((only on 4)) 3 ((sot hof: "i'm a common sense guy, my business did real well during the recession and i expanded, i never laid off one employee, i think i could do a good job, if i could get into the office, i think i could do a good job." dennis hof known
... including the famous moonlite bunny ranch ... says it's time for a businessman to take a seat in the state senate. sot hof: "what i bring to the table is that i'm not a politician, i am not a political appointee, i am not a lifelong politician that is making decision hoping to get his job back and keep making money that way, ive already made my money, i don't need that at all, i'm a businessman." hof announced on friday he will run as a libertarian for the state senate seat being vacated by greg brower.brower announced in september that he will not seek re-election.originally hof planned on running for u-s senate ... but changed his mind. sot hof: "i wanted to run for the u.s. senate in harry reids spot, i thought it would be a great get even to take his seat after he tried to ban our business but i just couldn't come up with the 5 to 10 million dollars without the special interest groups and i
all." hof says one reason he wanted to join the state senate race ... taxes. and he also says one of the biggest problems with the nevada senate ... the lack of business knowledge. sot hof: "you've got a senate that passed the largest tax increase in nevada's history ... besides michelle fiore, only two that i know of ever wrote a paycheck, they don't understand business, they dont get it." so if hof is elected ... what are his top priorites? he says nevada's education system ... as well as sex trafficking. sot hof: "nevada has the worst sex trafficking in america and the worst schools in america, it's time for a change.")) 3 (samantha)>> that was jaime hayden reporting for us this morning.... hof will be going up against former assemblywoman "heidi gansert" who already announced a bid to replace brower.republican brower represents senate district 15, which covers part of washoe county.
take a 3 quick look outside...current conditions and skycam 3 (bill and samantha)3 >> we'll toss it over to meteorologist tim studebaker... for today...relatively quiet with a mix of clouds & sun. there could be patchy morning fog in spots...otherwise relatively quiet with light winds and seasonably chilly temperatures.relative humidity is high in a few spots...which could be an indication of freezing fog. heads up for your morning commute if you are in an area seeing that fog. a chilly start across the area. here's a look at the current temperatures. expect a seasonably chilly afternoon today.on satellite and radar...things are pretty quiet for today. our next system arrives around the middle of the week. we'll talk about that in full
.. is offering 39- dollar " learn to ski & ride" packages... as part of national "learn to ski and snowboard month." the package includes a beginner lift ticket, rental equipment and 1 hr 45 min lesson beginning at 10 a-m or 2 p-m. no advance reservations are required.. but you are asked to arrive at least an hour before the lesson start time. for more information, please call (775) 832 1177. 3 3 (samantha)>> it's the second week of the new year and that means class is back in session in washoe county.and all but one school will be opening their doors today.news 4's alex cannito is live from pine middle school with an update on their efforts to get students back in classrooms. 3 (alex - live) 3 washoe county schools are back in session todaypine middle school classes not the case... resume january 25th95 percent of the first floor has severe damage4 inch water pipe separated found on december 26thto make up for this two week interruption in classes instructional day will be 15 minutes longerboys and girls club offering free services to pine middle school families during this two week extended breakhave lunch for students as well as free bus service picked up at miguel ribera center at 8 am and drop off there at 4 pmif you work later... you can pick up your
clubjunior achievement of northern nevada incorporated will have classes at the boys and girls club "economic for success"interactive course on financial literacy, work readiness and entrepreneurship skills... 7th and 8th graders at pinefood bank of northern nevada will also provide free meals at miguel ribera park for familiesstarting today through friday january 22nd also providing breakfast, lunch and dinner at different
alex cannito. back 3 to you. 3 (bill)>> representatives from the university of nevada are warning people about the risks of radon.it's a naturally-occurring radioactive gas that is colorless... odorless... and tasteless...but it can accumulate in homes and raise your risk of getting lung cancer...the e-p-a estimates 21- thousand americans die each year from lung cancer caused by radon...and in nevada... about one in four homes shows radon concentrations above the acceptable e-p-a level.that's why the university of nevada cooperative extention's radon education program is holding more than a dozen public meetings across the state. 3 ((this is the best time to test for radon, levels tend to
time and thats why we give free radon test kits now. )) (bill)>> the next meeting is tomorrow afternoon... at north valleys library in reno....but we'll post a list of all the meetings on our website... my news four dot com.they are also handing out free radon test kits at all of those meetings. 3 swoosh sound 3 (samantha)>> if you're a fan of girls scout cookies...this might just be your favorite time of year...how hundreds of girl scouts in northern nevada are preparing to sell their cookies...we'll explain after
3 (samantha)3 >> this might not be what you want to hear.... if you decided to go on a diet as a new year's resolution... but girl scout cookie season has officially arrived! the girl scouts of the sierra nevada held its cookie kickoff event this weekend at the reno events center.apparently... there are five essential skills to have a successful cookie season.the girl scouts learned how to set goals... manage money... develop people skills and business ethics... and make sales decisions. 3 ((i never tried it but i hope it's like working your own job. ))((you like walk around in the neighborhoods and say,
that work? yes. ))3 (samantha)>> and if you're hoping to get your hands on some girl scout cookies... door-to- door sales are happening throughout january... and then the girl scouts will be in front of grocery stores beginning in late february.cookie season runs through march 20th.the cookies cost five bucks a box... and all of the proceeds go to local girls scout troop activities and community service projects. 3 (bill)>> if you want 3 to get up close and personal with live snakes... you may want to slither on down to the wilbur d. may center.their 'snakes alive' exhibit opened this weekend... featuring more than 20 live snakes.you can even walk 3 on a suspension bridge over a pit filled with live rattlesnakes... or walk through a 25-foot model snake. and there will be snake
hold a live snake.the exhibit runs through april 10th... and costs 9 dollars for adults... 8 dollars for children and seniors. 3 swoosh sound 3 (sam)>> forget 3 taking photos... some people are using their drones for competition... we'll show you the drone racing event that happened right here in the silver state...after the break... 3 (sam)>> and if you have a facebook account, be sure to "like" krnv news 4!become a fan of our own facebook page and be a part of the discussion.
3 (bill)>> many people fly drones to take aerial photos... or just for fun... but some people are taking their unmanned aircraft to the extreme.the top drone pilots challenged each other in a extreme drone racing event in las vegas yesterday... the 3- d course is the first of its kind for competitive drone
say they found it challenging. the inaugural drone race was held in november...and firefighter shaun taylor won that event... as well as yesterday's competition. 3 (bill and samantha)>> we'll toss it over to 3 meteorologist tim studebaker... 3 seasonably cool and relatively quiet yesterday...here's a look at the almanac numbers. for today look for clouds and sun along with light winds...there could be some patchy morning fog today in spots...otherwise mainly dry. right now...a quiet start with seasonably cold temperatures and mostly clear to partly cloudy skies.a chilly start across the area. here's a look at the current temperatures. expect a seasonably chilly afternoon today.on satellite and radar...things are pretty quiet for today. our next system arrives around the middle of the week. we'll talk about that in full weather coming up.on futurecast...look for relatively quiet conditions for the next couple of days and our next round of moisture arrives wednesday.for today...relatively quiet with a mix of clouds & sun. there could be patchy morning fog in spots...otherwise relatively quiet with light winds and seasonably chilly temperatures. on the 7 day forecast...relatively quiet through tuesday...moisture arrives wednesday in the form of sierra snow and spillover rain and snow showers for the valleys...and we remain unsettled heading into the
the rebels are the lead sports story in northern nevada... but this is pretty newsworthy... after a 0 and 3 start in conference u-n-l-v has fired head coach dave rice...(take vo)rice was on the hot seat coming into the season after a lackluster 2015 and he hasn't been able to get the rebels to perform...he led u-n-l-v to the dance in his first two years but has been shutout the last two...u-n-l-v assistnat tood simon takes over on an interim basis... according to a report... long time nba head coach larry brown may be interested in the job...well keep you posted.... (alex)>> well have more basketball including a recap of nevada's win over air force in just a minute... but first... laces out... if we learned nothing else from the classic 90's jim carrey comedy ace ventura pet detective.. is that you never kick field goals laces out... it will be a image that will haunt vikings fans all offseason... (take vo)frosty beards the
minneapolis with temps at or below zero all game...pick this up in the fourth... seahawks with their first score of the game.. russell wilson to doug baldwin...hawks would eventually take a 10 to 9 lead into the final minute... vikings a chance for a chip shot victory...blair walsh misses from 27 yards out... un---be---leivable.....upon further review....as ray finkle once said... laces out!!!!seahawks advance with a 10 to 9 miracle...(take full screen)in the other game green bay rallied from down 11 nothing to beat the redskins 35 to 18...pack will head to arizona next weekend.. seatlle win play in north carolina against the top seeded panthers... (gianna)>> the wolf pack men's basektball team lost a tough one to fresno state earlier in the week... but quickly rebounded with a strong road victory on saturday... (take vo)nevada with a quick start out of the gates led by sophomore tyron criswell who turned in one of his best games on the season... 19 points for criswell as the pack
lead by 10 in the early goings... nevada with four playrs in
fenner... he had 16....12 points and career high 8 boards for marqueze coleman... and the freshan cam oliver with another double double... 12 points and 12 boards... nevada with an 86 to 63 win to move to 10 and 6 on the season... (take full screen) pack now 2 and 2 in conference play with their stiffest challenge yet coming to lawlor on wednesday...\boise state comes to town with a 12 and 4 mark...
3 and oh in conference and they just beat fresno 81 to 70... tip wednesday at seven o'clock... (alex m)>> hundreds of kids came to reno for the u-s-a climbing division two bouldering championship at the whitney peak downtown... photojournalist julian del gaudio introduces us to some of the competitors... (take pkg)((climbing, its the hardest part about climbing. its climbing. trying to get to the top is the hardest part too. im zoe castilla and i've been climbing for about 2 to 3 years. hey im stefan fellner. the competition climbing i've been doing for about 3 years
my whole life pretty much. hi im ben and i've been climbing on a team for 4 years now.it takes a lot of work and hours to train for climbing. its a full body workout pretty much so you have to focus on every part of your body to make it as strong as possible. its very important to have perfect balance, perfect footwork or you just slip and fall. that happens to me sometimes though. i just love climbing things and my parents wanted me out of the house more so they put me on a climbing team.))(alex m)>> and some of those kids travelled from all over the country to compete in reno.... looked like alot of fun... that's it for sports... back to you... )) 3 3 3 "
who the candidate is, these and more coming up. . good day monday morning. welcome to second hour of news for today. it's 6:00. a lot of buzz about the golden globes. best motion picture went to revenant and the best comedy went to the mar -- martian. a comedy? >> we'll have more on that. ricky gervais, did you watch it. >> i didn't. i watched a little bit of it but fell asleep early.
meeting withel chappie. we'll talk about that. they'll have a ton on the today show in an hour. let's talk politics. donald trump made his second campaign appearance in northern nevada yesterday. he rallied in the reno ballroom. >> that's right, security increased this time around compared to his sparks rally in october, secret service agents made their presence known, even media had to be screened prior to the event. that didn't stop a couple how to people waiting hours to hear what trump had to say. supporters say he has done it again. people want to hear. >> i like he's a aggressive, he's a businessman.
the reno ballroom for his second campaign visit to the area. he used his usual talking points to get the crowd amped up. >> we're going to make our country safe again, we're going kick the [bleep] out of isis quickly. >> he spoke on his goals of getting rid of obamacare and building a wall to mexican border. >> who's going to pay for the wall? mexico. trump criticizes clinton and sanders he spent much of his time questioning ted cruz's citizenship. he was born in canada to a u.s. sentence. >> he has -- citizen. >> he has a cloud. is he a natural born citizen. >> trump criticized the nfl
football has gone soft, blaming new tackling guidelines. he compared the league the america. >> we're going bad folks, we're going soft like the nfl, we're going soft. it's true. think of it. am i right? >> and his supporters agree. >> it's not becoming weak, it's very weak, the constitution is being stepped on. it's not the country i grew up in. i want this country to be what it once was. >> he's right in what he believes and says, he says what he says. that's the american way, he's a regular guy. he would be that way if he didn't have money. god bless him and i hope he wins. >> we'll have to wait and see the next republican debate is this thursday and the nevada caucus is february 22.
back in the silver state before that. carly fiorina will hold a town hall tonight. nevada voters can call 888400 -- officials say she will address issues important to people in nevada. >> dennis haas is making a -- hoff the running for broward's seat. broward announced he will not seek reelection. heidi ganzard is campaigning as well. we know they deb tee of the
dozens of people showed up leaving candles and flowers yesterday. witnesses saw the 19-year-old fall into the lake around 3: 30 in the morning on friday and called 911. he was in the water for half an hour, taken to the hospital where he died. let's take a peek outside. hope you enjoyed the weekend. fairly warm on saturday. the winds weren't blowing, beautiful snow on the ground. the air temperature was fairly comfortable for january. >> it was close to average. we've been below average for so long, average feels nice. it was 42 or something yesterday i want to say, the average is 45, we'll be in that range for a couple more days. and we're watching wednesday. >> so beautiful in the sierra. snow in the trees, it's gorgeous, such a contrast to
>> bring on the snow. >> we're going to do that around the middle the week. quiet today and tomorrow, 42 the high in reno, sparks, similar to yesterday. 10%, maybe a snow shower in a couple spots. we could be starting with patchy fog in a few areas, that could be putting ice on the roadways. most of us are dry. light winds for today. we are talking about humidity because of that fog threat in a few areas. 33% in truckee, 92 in smith valley. that's an indicator the closer to 100% the better chance of fog. north central and northeastern nevada could see that. 10s and 20s for the temperature now, on satellite and radar
schools are opening up after winter break, every parent is saying thank goodness. water damage is causing a school to stay closed a couple weeks longer. pine middle school. >> like you said, pine middle school is keeping the doors longer than the other schools. you can see the caution type, big construction trash cans and some doors have blackout tape, officials trying to keep people from looking in after damage back in december causing damage the 95% of the bottom part of the building. serious damage was done, officials are doing their best to keep it -- get it cleaned up. i'm sure the students are
this is not the case for parents. the boys and girls club will offer free services to the families. they will have lunch for students and a free bus service. if you have to go to work and don't know what to do with your students drop them off at 8:00 in the morning and pick them up at 4:00 p.m., if you work later you can pick them up at the boys and girls club. there will be a class taught, economic for success, this is for 7th and 8th greater amount, while they are on a break they can get extra learning in before going back to school for the start of the new year. representatives from the university of nevada are warning of the risk of radon, a national gas that is colorless,
raise your risk of lung cancer. 21,000 americans die each year from lung cancer caused by radon, in nevada one in four homes show concentrations above to accepted level. that's why the radon education program is holding a dos -- dozen education across the state. afternoon. they are handing out free radon test kits. this may not be what you want to hear if diet was part of your resolution. girl scout season has arrived. the girl scouts wrapped up the kickoff event over the weekend. there's five essential skills
the girl scouts learned to set goals, raise money at business ethics in making sale decisions. >> i never tried it, i hope it's like working your own job. you like walk around in neighborhoods and say do you want to buy cookies. >> does that work? >> yes. >> works for a lot of people. if you're hoping to get your hands on girl scout cookies door-to-door sales happen through january and they will be in front of grocery stores through february. the cookies are $5 a box. we are well into the new year, for many of us it is getting hard to keep up with the new year's resolutions. especially if one is getting into shape.
in. we're at full pedal. >> it's at full body. you're doing light lifting. >> lift, spin and sweat, that's the idea at full pedal. >> if you're going to take the time to work out. maximize it. make it word your while. >> cardiois one of the best ways to burn calories, these shows make up a sweat and work all muscle groups. >> i don't like the pounding, i've lifted and done all that stuff, i don't need that, i rather be leaner and core strength. >> mike is a first-timer at full pedal. he says the studio makes work out fun. >> a -- i want a workout that gives me back the exercise that i need.
the idea of a class setting, don't be. it's taught in the dark and designed for all fitness levels. >> the beauty of spin, for all age levels, all abilities. >> this is a one of a kind cardiowork out. it is on south mccarron. go to abc7amarillo.com for membership lates. uber is cutting prices. they announced that they are cutting ride prices in 100 cities, something uber has done in the past. after discovering demand for rides cropped in january as people hunkered down at home. not clear what kind of discount you should expect. but they are hoping the price
that's not easy in any case. skiing will pull you off the couch. it sounds like we may get more. >> we'll go to tim. >> we're watching wednesday for the snow in the mountains. quiet before that, another round of moisture comes through, it's unsettled heading into the weekend. for today a mix of clouds and sunshine, fog in a few areas this morning, that means ice on the roadways, they are few and far between the areas, a lot of us are dry, light winds in the forecast, 27 in town, we've gone to clear skies and five- mile-an-hour winds. clouds are moving in from the west, that report from the airport of clear skies will be replaced with clouds. 27 in reno, 26 in fallon.
are the clouds, just starting to arrive, the airport report is delayed because we're watching clouds moving in. other than the clouds not much else to talk about, not a lot of wind, patchy morning fog with ice on the roads. other than that quiet today and tomorrow, once we get the wednesday this moisture will arrive across the mountains and the valleys and that means more snow for the sierra, not a big storm system. we'll keep you updated. because of the approaching storm, we have a winter storm watch for the crest of the sierra as well. that goes into effect early w morning -- wednesday morning. and we could see spill over rain, before that quiet.
there may be one or two snow showers that develop. most of us are dry today and tomorrow. wednesday is the day for chance of moisture. another around on your saturday too. we're getting spoiled. >> you know what, it's long overdue. >> let's see what we're giving away. we have a week of prizes. this will make you want to dance. >> two tickets to see footloose at the el dorado theater. 1973, baseball owners voted to approve which of the positions? 336-2270, combined hitter and pitcher. crash davis in bull durham makes mention of this. >> staying with the sports news, it's a big day for
all green on the . good morning, coming up, all of the excitement from the golden globes, we'll catch up with the winner, the fashions and the hottest after parties. the news that david bowie die i'd, his private cancer battle. a look at his career and the influence on today's biggest stars. that and more right here on todd -- today.
legend, david bowie has died. he passed away sunday night after a long battle with cancer. his sound persona pushed the boundaries of rock 'n' roll, creating the alter ego ziggy star dust, he's one of the creators of glam rock. he came to fame with the space odyssey, the outer space ballad worldwide household names. he was 69 years old. he had just released his 49s album to strong reviews. one of the best ever. an icon in the fusic world -- music world, fashion world and actor. the entertainment world missing one of the best.
let's look, joe from sparks, good job to you for knowing the answer to the trivia question. it was on this day in 1973 the baseball voters voted to approve this position. >> in the words of crash davis, i believe there should be a constitutional amendment outlawing astroturf and designated hitters. >> didn't know you would watch bull durham. >> let's talk about the tonight's game. college football, the national championship in glendale arizona. alabama and clemson. >> history will be made for the
we'll have details coming up. welcome to the last half hour. we get you going to 11th day of january, thank you forgetting up with us as we get ready for the national championship game tonight. clemson versus alabama. we had the packers in a blowout yet with washington. sad story for viking fans, missing a field goal giving the seahawks a victory. the steelers moving on last but not least, my mind went blank. talk about studebaker and the forecast and i'll get it right. who's the last team that won. >> we may have snow coming this week.
>> chiefs, the kansas city chiefs. >> now in the new, we know the identity of the man who died on friday morning when he fell into the lake. family and friends say it was satani. friends and family honored him at a park. they saw the 19-year-old fall into the lake on friday and called 911. he was in there for a half hour. rushed to the hospital where he died. in political news, carly fiorina will hold a meeting. nevada voters can call toll free on the number on your screen. officials with her campaign says she will address issues important to people in nevada
deaf a -- dennis hof will run for greg broward's seat. heidi ganzard is campaigning for the seat as well. hoff's brothels are official in the news. classes are back in session, all but one school will open up the doors today. live with an update on the efforts to get students back in the classroom. good morning, we're not seeing teachers or students but saw two people trying to clean up the damage that happened when a pipe burst damaging the first floor of the middle school. there's still caution tape saying we're closed for another
we have blackout paper on the windows too keep people from looking in. school was supposed to open today, pushed back two weeks to get this cleaned up. the students are probably very excited, this may be an issue for parents if they have to work. several organizations are pearing up over the course of the next two weeks to provide food and transportation services. i'm going to tell you about the food bank of northern nevada. they will give out free food for the kids. the friday before school starts back on january 25. they will provide breakfast, lunch and dinner at various times over the next two weeks at different locations. we'll have it on abc7amarillo.com.
that's coming up . welcome back from the university of nevada are warning people about radon, a naturally occurring gas, colorless, odor less and it can raise your risk of lung cancer. 21,000 americans die each year from radon. in nevada one in four homes have concentrations above to accept able level. that's why radon education program is holding a dozen meetings across the state. >> this is the best time the test fora don't. levels are higher in the wintertime. >> the next meeting tomorrow afternoon at north valley library in reno. we'll post a list of the meeting on abc7amarillo.com.
we want to get you up to snipped on breaking news. we heard from a car son city sheriff they are investigating a death in the north ridge area of the car son city.
the adult male victim was flown to a medical center with a gun shot wound and died at the hospital. a yellow four door mitsubishi sedan was hit. three shell cases and a knife have been recovered from the scene. detectives are looking atwood ridge and spooner drive. it could have been the result of a drug deal gone bad. we'll have all the information posted on the web site, and following for you throughout
get you going on monday morning. beautiful weekend, actually around normal. and we are getting ready for perhaps more snow. adding on the -- to the good stuff. quiet today and tomorrow, there's a couple spots that may be dealing with the fog, truckee, carson city, maybe the north valley, the humidity is close to one hundred percent in some of the spots. we may be seeing fog in the areas. today and tomorrow, quiet stuff, partly cloudy to mostly quiet skies. 42 in reno, sparks, 41 in south lake and 20 in elko, quiet out over the north eastern part of the state. could be starting with morning fog and ice on the root ways.
valley close to 100%. in northeastern and north central nevada a chance there. we're around 27 in reno. cold temperature this morning, close to average by the afternoon, which means the low 40s. we have clouds on the approach, they have arrived for far western nevada. not much in the way of shower chances, things are dry for us, we're watching wednesday, we have snow on the way for the mountains. we'll talk about that. let's see how your monday morning commute is shaping up. >> good monday morning to you guys, hope everyone had a good weekend. traffic wise we're looking good, uneventful evening, all of the highways and over the
the chain's markets -- chain east. u.s. stocks had the worst weeks in four years following by sell off sparked by concerns. apparently the government is falling short in making sure airline pilots keep up the flying skills. most airline flying is done through automated systems monitored by pilots. there's concerns that pilots manual skills are rusty and pilots get distracted staring at instrument screens for a long time. casinos lost $662 million in 2015. that's according to data from a gaming control board.
the trend began with the 2008 recession, fewer tourist and less spending. an economist said it should end this year with 42 million visitors expected to visit las vegas alone. it is 6:45. dow jones up. >> we have quiet weather, a mix of clouds and sunshine, starting with fog. they are few and far between. if you see fog it is cold, light winds for the day today. not much going on. 27 in town, the airport is reporting clear skies. we have clouds moving in. i think we're going to end up with a mostly cloudy day, four below zero in ellie. 19 in bishop, a cold start to
edge of the cloud arriving in far western nevada. we'll continue to see partly to mostly cloudy skies, no real moisture, we're not looking for anything as far as showers are concerned. heading into your wednesday, that's when we're watching the arrival of moisture in the area that comes in the form of snow. my clicker has stop responding, we have know to -- snow on the way for the mondays wednesday, and spill over snow showers and rain shower, we have a winter storm watch for midnight. we'll watch for the snow in the mountains. it's not a major system. into the 30s and 40s around tahoe for the highs.
we're watching the moisture for wednesday, snow for the mountains, spill over showers for the valley. thursday and friday unsettled. saturday is the nerc best chance -- next best chance for moisture. el chapo guzman is behind bars at the prison he escaped from in july. the drug lord will fight extradition to the u.s. and the process could take months. he agreed to a secret interview with a star. >> with the narcotics empire and two prison breaks, el chapo's story reads like a screenplay, that's what he
>> it was fitting when a day after his arrest, actor sean penn published a piece about his meeting. he boasted about his escape. he explained his bat to -- pat to drug traffics. i was raised in an area with no job opportunities. >> it was planned by an actress. she began communicating with el chapo in 2014, two years after a tweet about the drug lord. today i believe more in el chapo than in the governments that hide the truth from me. she told cnn it was meant to
not prize guzman. she's not commended since the publication of the article. >> as for el chapo he says his way of life was the only way possible for him. >> there's no other way. a second baltimore officer is set to go on trial in the death of freddie gray, jury selection starts today. he drove the van that carry freddie gray. gray emerged from the ride critically injured. he died days later. good son is facing second- degree murder. the trial will last 2 to 3 weeks. the affluenza teenager's mom is expected back in court in texas. the court will consider
if she makes bond couch will face a series of restrictions. authorities accuse couch of helping her son leave the country to avoid a probation hearing. et an couch is still in mix mexico and his return depends if he will detest the deportation. seoul and washington are talking about pulling assets. south korea defense ministry spokesman said the deploying of center take edge -- strategic weapons are critical. the spokesman said that north korea has increased troops but no movement has been detected. no major delays to report
instyle. >> and nevada maker road project and the life and legacy of dave i'd bowie. that comes up in less than five minutes. >> we'll have that for you in five minutes on fox 11. let's get a final forecast. >> it's pretty quiet. not much going on. we may be starting with patchy freezing fog in a couple areas, not as widespread as last week. wednesday we watch our next system. that brings snow to the mountains. rain and snow showers to the valley floors. it's a broken record. temperatures are holding pretty steady across the seven day. close to average for this time of the year. patchy fog possible including this morning, tomorrow morning. the next shot of moisture w, then we're watching saturday