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3 (bill)>> good morning 3 and thank you for choosing us to start your day. i'm bill frankmore.(sam)>> and i'm samantha boatman. 3 (bill)3 >> we begin this morning with a developing story... reno police are searching for the man who they say... held up a local pizza restaurant. it happened around 9 o'clock last night at the "little caesar's" on moana lane. witnesses say the man .. who reportedly had a gun... walked into the restaurant and demanded cash. after getting the money from the cashier.. he then ran away. he's described as white, six feet tall and was last seen
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mask and blue jeans. 3 (samantha)>> also on the crime watch this morning.. two people are in custody after a young man was shot and killed in carson city early yesterday... deputies say he was shot over a few ounces of pot.carson city sheriff ken furlong says the shooting happened in the early morning hours during a drug deal off windridge drive near scotch pine drive.he says the victim in this case was attempting to sell about three ounces of marijuana to two other males when he was shot.the victim has been identified as 18-year-old "grant watkins". 3 (samantha)>> several hours after the shooting .... the carson city swat team executed a search warrant at the 900th block of east fifth street where they initially detained three persons of interest. after questioning ... authorities arrested two young adult males. 3 (samantha)>> they've been identified as 19-year-old "allen garcia- manriquez" ... and 18-year old "jesus garcia-manriquez" .. seen
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approximately 10- thousand dollars in cash and assorted drug paraphernalia when the brothers were detained. both of them were booked into the carson city jail on charges of "principal to murder" and maintaining a drug house.their bail has been set at 250- thousand dollars. a third person was also dentained during the search ... a 17 year old female ... she was later released to her parents. 3 (samantha)>> >> sheriff furlong says the investigation remains extremely active. anyone with information is encouraged to contact the carson city sheriff's office at 887- 2014.you can remain anonymous. 3 (bill)>> happening today... a community meeting has been set for tonight.. regarding the recent shootings on fife street.reno city councilmember "oscar delgado" and reno police chief "jason soto" will be discussing neighborhood safety .. concerns and answering any questions from the public..those wishing to attend the meeting should arrive at the glenn duncan elementary school gym tonight at 5:30. 3 (bill)>> >> and reno's cabela's is set to host a gun
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tonight. the course... is free....and open to the public.if you would like to learn more on gun storage and safety .. head over to cabela's on boomtown road tonight at 6:30.. 3 (bill and samantha)3 >>let's take a quick look
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3 (bill, samantha)3 >> we'll toss it over to meteorologist tim studebaker.. for today...quiet during the daytime with partly to mostly cloudy skies and milder temperatures. perhaps a quick snow shower in spots...otherwise dry. our next winter storm into the sierra bringing wind and snow with spillover rain and snow showers in the valleys. relative humidity again indicates a small possibility for freezing fog this morning in a few spots.it's a cold start once again...with a slightly milder afternoon ahead of us.on satellite and radar...we're watching the arrival of our next system...that system brings snow to the mountains with spillover rain and snow showers to the valleys starting overnight tonight into much of your wednesday.7
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3 (samantha)3 >> avalanche training is a necessity for search and rescue units around washoe county. and yesterday... they gathered at mount rose to go over these safety tips. truckee meadows .. mount rose ski patrol and many more were
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of a rescue.one example .. if a person gets buried underneath the snow .. it's important not to immediately try to dig them out .. because you might get stuck yourself. experts also recommend taking a look at the snow conditions before you go skiing or climbing .. because they could impact the risk of an avalanche. 3 (bill)>> the general election for president isn't too far away... and candidates are doing what they can to sway voters who still haven't made up their mind.news 4's alex cannito is live with a look at which presidential hopeful is stopping in reno later today. 3 (alex - live) 3 ohio governor john kasich special meet and greet in reno educationbelieves it's a state and local issue...enacted laws in ohio to defend against federal intrusion and privacy abuseshelping kids stay in school...ohio schools use early warning system to identify students in middle schoolwork on a new success plan to help them graduate high school and overcome challengeskeeping college affordable..ohio has held line on tuition hikescollege tuition and fees will be frozen for next two years while find how to control costs paying colleges and universities based on helping students complete courses and graduate... not based on enrollmenttickets not required doors open at1:15 pmevent starts at 1:45 pm runs for about 45 minuteswashoe county
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3 (alex - live)reporting live, alex cannito. back to you. 3 (samantha) >> also bringing his political campaign to northern nevada.... is republican presidential candidate jeb bush.the former florida governor will be speaking in elko on january 26th at the northeastern nevada museum.bush is attempting to rally a lot of nevada supporters into helping his campaign before silver state republicans head to caucuses to help choose their party's candidate.people wishing to attend bush's political rally are asked to rsvp before attending.that website to rsvp is listed on your screen. 3 (bill)>> in national political news.... the republican presidential debate thursday night will feature seven candidates on the
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two candidates will be noticeably absent.based on polling criteria .. carly fiorina and senator rand paul did not qualify for the main debate.this is the first time that senator paul hasn't made the cut .. and he is vowing to boycott the event.fiorina will join the two other lower polling candidates, mike huckabee and rick santorum in the so- called "undercard" debate taking place earlier in the evening. 3 swoosh sound 3 (bill)>> from france to russia.. europe is feeling a blast of winter this week.>> we look at some of the dramatic images coming in from across the atlantic... that story is still ahead on news four today.... 3 (sam)>> plus... we look at some of the topics.. the president is expected to cover in tonight's "state of the union" address... when we return. 3
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morning 3 (bill)>> tonight is president obama's final state of the union address. (samantha)>> the white house is promising it'll be different than the list of priorities he usually lays out for congress. tracie potts is on capitol hill with a preview. 3 new this am swoosh sound 3 (( dueling videos are setting the stage for tonight's final state of the union: (sot: president barack obama/ no super :08-:11)"there is no next thing. this is it."the white house says president obama will reflect on his achievements and look ahead: (sot: josh earnest/ white house press secretary :15-:24) "he's got an opportunity to lay out for the american people the longer-term challenges that we face, but also the longer-term
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preview from house speaker paul ryan focuses on november - the election. for the first time, ryan will be seated directly behind the president: (sot: house speaker paul ryan/ (r) wisconsin :34-:39)"i'm not a real poker face guy." (laughter) "i grimace. i wince. i sigh."(nats of previous sou)south carolina governor nikki haley follows the president tonight. she's delivering what republicans call an address - not a response: (sot: gov. nikki haley/ (r) south carolina :52-1:00)"i didn't want it to be a response to the president as i certainly am not one to compete against the president or try to imply that i could be."ted cruz is skipping tonight's speech to campaign in new hampshire where he's third. marco rubio, rand paul and bernie sanders are expected to attend. (--- reporter live tag ---)the first lady's guests will include students, business owners, veterans -- and an empty chair... representing victims of gun violence.i'm tracie potts in washington, now back to you.))
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it 3 over to meteorologist tim studebaker. 3 a quiet day today with wind increasing tonight and snow arrives in the sierra tonight as well continuing into tomorrow.right now...a quiet start with mostly clear to partly cloudy skies and light winds with chilly temperatures. it's a cold start once again...with a slightly milder afternoon ahead of us.on satellite and radar...we're watching the arrival of our next system...that system brings snow to the mountains with spillover rain and snow showers to the valleys starting overnight tonight into much of your wednesday.on futurecast...quiet during the daytime with partly to mostly cloudy skies and milder temperatures. perhaps a quick snow shower in spots...otherwise dry. our next winter storm arrives tonight into tomorrow into the sierra bringing wind and snow with spillover rain and snow showers in the valleys. things quiet down again for a couple of days after that.a winter storm watch is issued for the sierra crest and western sierra with a winter weather advisory in the eastern sierra tonight into wednesday. here's a look at the details.this is a moderate sized storm on the way. here's a look at the projected accumulation numbers for tonight into wednesday.on the 7 day forecast...the wednesday storm system moves out leaving unsettled conditions for thursday and friday...another system saturday followed by
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3 (tim)3 >> some rough weather is moving across europe this week.....strong winds are causing waves to batter the coast of southern france.. with waves reaching as high as a famous 69- foot-tall lighthouse. meanwhile in siberia, russia... a cold mist covered cities and trees and bridges were coated in ice. several residents were admitted to the hospital with severe frostbite. the frost is expected to start melting tomorrow... but will return in a few days with full force. 3 swoosh sound 3 (bill)>> the situation in the middle east.. remains volatile this morning...>> now.. isis has come forward claiming responsbility for an attack on a mall in baghdad... how they say it was carried out..... 3 (samantha)>> plus... going into tonight's "state of the union" address.. our national corresondent looks at some of the successes and failures of president obama's administration...
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your flight delays this morning.
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3 (samantha)>> as we already mentioned... president obama's final state of the union speech is tonight. and he'll unveil his goals for the rest of his time in office.so how successful has he been at making them a reality? (bill)>> one team of political scientists say less than half of obama's proposals have become a reality. our chief political correspondent scott thuman shows us the hits and misses. 3 ((the president's wish list has been a long one over years---but do those dreams, ever become reality? (obama-2009) "you don't need another list of statistics to know that our economy is in crisis."in 2009 he promised measures that would bring unemployment down & the stock market up. delivering on both fronts. a year later, he vowed
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and... osama bin laden is dead. but historians will tell you, *most state of the union promises* have fallen flat. (professor -325) "if you did an analysis of every promise, every proposal since thomas jefferson//you'd probably find the success rate being pretty low.take gun control:(obama in 2013) "gabby giffords deserves a vote, the families of newtown, deserve a vote." congress though, didn't agree with that 2013 mention & obama's had to resort to watered-down, executive actions. in almost *every* state of the union he's demanded college affordabilty. again--a tough sell. tuition rates keep rising and student loan debt, above the one- trillion-dollar mark for more than 3 years.his push on immigration, also, underwhelming results in congress---and is now tied up in courts.so these bully pulpit speeches are becomming based more on lingering hopes, than actual likelihoods. (professor-815) "they are remarkably the same in saying, 'look at all we could do if we
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course, we don't unite as a people."(scott/tag) so with a republican dominant congress, the president's state of the union may focus on outlining what he *can* do-- executive orders...realizing big ticket items may be left to his successor. on capitol hill, scott thuman.)) 3 (samantha)3 >> making international headlines... a "doctors without borders" supported- hospital was bombed over the weekend. the hospital in northern yemen was hit by a projectile on sunday ... resulting in at least four deaths, ten injured, and the collapse of several buildings. "doctors without borders" cannot confirm the origin of the attack, but planes were seen flying over the facility at the time. all staff and patients have been evacuated and patients are being transferred to another hospital in yemen. 3 (samantha)>> the militant group "isis" has claimed responsibility for yesterday's attack on the baghdad mall that killed 18 people and injured 50 others. gunmen reportedly stormed into the mall after setting
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suicide attack at its entrance. nearby buildings and vehicles were badly damaged.the isis statement, posted online shortly after the attack, said a car bomb and four isis fighters carried out the attack, 3 (bill)>> and in turkey... there are reports of an explosion at a square popular with tourists in istanbul. the sultan-ahmet square.. is located in the historic part of the city... an area... which is usually heavily guarded. so far.. local media outlets say at least 10 people were killed.. and another 15 were injured. this morning... the president of turkey says that a suicide bomber with roots in syria... carried out the attack. 3 (samantha)>> turning now to the saga of "el chapo"... now that the world's most wanted man has been captured... the u- s. is eager to extradite joaquin "el chapo" guzman....but the mexican attorney general says the process could take more than a year. in an article published in "rolling stone" magazine... actor sean penn revealed that he interviewed then-fugitive guzman in a mexican jungle in october. law enforcement says penn's interview with guzman was - quote- "essential" for the drug
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after his escape from prison. right now.. n-b-c's gabe gutierrez has a preview of what is coming up later.. on the today show. 3 (("there are new developments in the chapo"....dramatic new video is released by the mexican government, showing the raid that captured "el chapo" last friday. this as the mexican government starts the process to extradite the drug lord to the u.s. to face charges, a process that could years. i'm gabe gutierrez in mexico and we'll have the very latest on this developing story.. coming up on today.")) 3 (bill)>> hundreds of david bowie fans turned out in london last night .. to pay tribute to the singer who died after his 18-month battle with cancer.people danced and sang to bowie songs, remembering the singer who they called "groundbreaking" and inspiring. flowers were also laid at a bowie mural... and a historic statue was given a "ziggy stardust" makeover. most people say they were unaware
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surprised at the news his death. 3 swoosh sound 3 (sam)>> several presidential candidates.. .are making northern nevada a stop on their campaign trail....>> where and when jeb bush is expected to be back in the silver state. 3 (samantha)>> we'll be right
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3 (alex)>> another presidental candidate is coming to northern nevada... we'll tell you who coming up... 3 (bill)3 >> plus... a progress report on the status of nevada's "school choice" program.. just as money was supposed to go into parents' accounts for tuition... 3 (samantha)>> and... there is a lot of confusion surrounding the latest medical study on the importance of mammograms.... van tieu goes in search of some answers.... in an "on your side" report... these stories and more.. coming up on this tuesday, january 12, 2016. . news 4 today on your side in
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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 >> we begin this half hour with politics...campaign season is well underway.and as voters narrow down who they will vote for in the general election many presidential hopefuls are making last minute stops across the country.news 4's alex cannito is live with a look at which republican candidate is making a stop in the biggest little city today. 3 (alex - live) 3 ohio governor john kasich special meet and greet in reno defending the second amendment strong supporter of right to bear arms... owns a gun2014 reelection was endorsed by national rifle association removing burdensome restrictions for people with concealed carry licenses... ohio enacted law protecting privacy of permit holders allowing reciprocity licenses with other states where permit
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obama's gun control efforts... says obama's hostility against guns is too well known for him to go around congress and underminde second amendment upholding ohio's outdoors traditions...hunting and fishing traditions in ohio3 point 6 billion annual economic impact on the state enacted legislation to remove restrictions on licensing requirements for hunters created new polices to expand hunting rightstickets not requireddoors open at1:15 pm event starts at 1:45 pm runs for about 45 minuteswashoe
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3 (alex - live)reporting live, alex cannito. back to you. 3 (bill)>> also bringing his political campaign to northern nevada.... is republican presidential candidate jeb bush. the former florida governor will be speaking in elko on january 26th at the northeastern nevada museum. bush is attempting to rally a lot of nevada supporters into helping his campaign before silver state republicans head to caucuses to help choose their party's candidate.people wishing to attend bush's political rally are asked to rsvp before attending.that
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your screen. 3 (bill and samantha)>>let's take a quick look outside... current conditions and skycam 3 (bill and samantha)>> we'll toss it over to meteorologist tim studebaker...3 for today...quiet during the daytime with partly to mostly cloudy skies and milder temperatures. perhaps a quick snow shower in spots...otherwise dry. our next winter storm arrives tonight into tomorrow into the sierra bringing wind and snow with spillover rain and snow showers in the valleys. relative humidity again indicates a small possibility for freezing fog this morning in a few spots.it's a cold start once again...with a slightly milder afternoon ahead of us.on satellite and radar...we're watching the arrival of our next system...that system brings snow to the mountains with spillover rain and snow showers to the valleys starting overnight tonight into much of your wednesday.7
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3 (bill)3 >> making state news this morning.. a district judge has put nevada's school choice program on hold just weeks before money was expected to
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school tuition."judge james wilson" approved the preliminary injuction yesterday,this injuction orders the state treasurer to stop implementing nevada's new education savings accounts until there are further court deliberations.the program allows parents to claim more than 5- thousand dollars per-student each year ... a nd use it for qualified education expenses.a coalition challenged the program with a lawsuit filed in august. members argued it would take money away from public schools ... and said it doesn't follow the state constitution. thousands of families who applied were told they could receive funds by february if courts didn't object. 3 (sam)>> there were some tense moments yesterday... as police cars surrounded a local elementary school...after reports of an alleged kidnapping.according to reno police officer "tim broadway" .. a man called anderson elementary just after classes started and told the school secretary that he had her daughter.before hanging up .. officials say a girl was heard
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she had been kidnapped.police called and confirmed that the secretary's children were safe .. and say the phone call was likely a scam. 3 (bill)>> making state headlines... former n-b-a star lamar odom will not face any charges related to his near fatal drug overdose in a nevada brothel last october. during the initial investigation police ... wanted to charge odom with unlawful use of cocaine which is a felony. prosecutors cited a lack of evidence.. failing to prove that odom used cocaine while he was in their jurisdiction.a toxicology report showed that the cocaine that was in odom's body had already absorbed by the time he was treated at the hospital .. making it difficult for investigators to determine when he used it. 3 swoosh sound 3 (samantha)>> there is a lot of confusion after studies on mammograms... have come up with different conclusions.>> we try to sort out some of the conflicting findings.. when we return.. right here on news 4 today.
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3 (samantha)>> in health 3 news.. one in eight women in this country is diagnosed with breast cancer..but doctors have been divided on the appropriate age to start screening for the disease.now some new guidelines are out but they seem to be creating more confusion for some. news 4's van tieu helps to sort it out for us in this "on your side" report.. 3 (( (nats mammogram)screening women for average risk of breast cancer earlier, may not
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guidelines released monday. (sot: al siu, md - chair, u.s. preventive services task force - :17 - :26)"we've found that the best benefits - that the best balance of benefit and harm comes from starting from doing mammography between the ages of 50 to 74."the u-s preventive services task force says mammograms are most beneficial for women starting at age 50 .. with screening every other year.while starting at age 40 can be effective, the task force says that age group is more at-risk for false negatives. that can be expensive, emotionally and financially. but it also says the decision on when to start regular screenings should be made by a woman and her doctor. after they asses her personal risks."what's good for me isn't good for you." heather goulding, executive director for susan g. komen of northern nevada warns against reading the new recommendations as a one-size-fits all guide. "different individuals have different risk factors, and what's important is that you
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what your risk factors are. and that informs your decision about when to begin screening." goulding says the potential for life-saving screening outweighs risks of false-positives."we know that early screening saves lives. because when you're diagnosed at an earlier stage- outcomes are better."according to the centers for disease control... breast cancer is diagnosed in about 200-thousand women in the u-s every year -- killing 40-thousand.)) 3 (samantha)>> that was van tieu reporting for us this morning.. she says the new recommendations do not apply to those with a strong family history of breast cancer or other major risk factors, cost should not be a barrier either, because federal law mandates health insurers cover mammograms for women starting at age 40. 3 (bill)>> happening today... the once- a- month "good morning truckee" meeting... is set for this morning. the meeting will focus on the future of downtown truckee. prices at the door are 12 -dollars for general admission and truckee donner chamber
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-dollars.those wishing to attend the meeting should arrive at the truckee tahoe airport this morning... starting at 7. 3 swoosh sound 3 (sam)>>lions and tigers and bears oh my... but what about elephants? ( why you might not be seeing the giant animals the next time you head to the circus.. the story.. coming up. 3 (bill)>> 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
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3 (bill)>> it's the end 3 of an era for the ringling brothers barnum and bailey circus. the show's elephants are retiring this summer.ringling's parent company... "feld entertainment"... says the elephants will stop touring in july.. a year and a half earlier than first planned. feld says once the company started planning for their retirement.. they realized it could happen quickly.the 11- touring elephants will join the rest of the herd at a conservation center in central
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have passed "anti elephant" 3 ordinances.. making it difficult to plan tours. 3 (samantha)>> a bold burglar managed to slither away from an oregon pet store after putting a snake in his pants. and the venomous crime was caught on camera. surveillance video from the "a to z pet store" in portland shows the man taking the "black pastel ball python" out of its cage and sticking it down his pants.the store owner says the snake is about two-feet long and was being sold for 200-dollars.police say they are working to track down the serpent suspect. 3 (bill and samantha)>> we'll toss it over to meteorologist
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3 a quiet day today with wind increasing tonight and snow arrives in the sierra tonight as well continuing into tomorrow.right now...a quiet start with mostly clear to partly cloudy skies and light winds with chilly temperatures. it's a cold start once again...with a slightly milder afternoon ahead of us.on satellite and radar...we're watching the arrival of our next system...that system brings snow to the mountains with spillover rain and snow showers to the valleys starting overnight tonight into much of your wednesday.on futurecast...quiet during the daytime with partly to mostly cloudy skies and milder temperatures. perhaps a quick snow shower in spots...otherwise dry. our next winter storm arrives tonight into tomorrow into the sierra bringing wind and snow with spillover rain and snow showers in the valleys. things quiet down again for a couple of days after that.a winter storm watch is issued for the sierra crest and western sierra with a winter weather advisory in the eastern sierra tonight into wednesday. here's a look at the details.this is a moderate sized storm on the way. here's a look at the projected accumulation numbers for tonight into wednesday.on the 7 day forecast...the wednesday storm system moves out leaving unsettled conditions for thursday and friday...another system saturday followed by
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3 3 (( (alex)>> two of the top programs in the south faced off in the culmination of the collge football season... alabama going for their fourth national title in seven seasons... taking on undefeated clemson...(take vo) the title game hardware on the line... not quite as good looking as the arizona bowl trophy... but it'll do...let's go straight to the fourth quarter of this one... alabama
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an onside kick... and with it a huge swing of momentum... just plays later... jake coker the 51 yard strike to o-j howard... tide up 31 to 24... and it was a lead they would not give back...nick saban wins his fifth national championship...the hardware once again headed to tuscaloosa alabama...(alex)>> earlier this afternoon news 4's gianna giorgi had a chance to visit with the team ahead of their game on wednesday... and 3 she has this report... (take pkg)(( ))(take full screen) alright thanks gianna... it will certainly be the
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(take pkg)report... 3 (take pkg)(( ))(take full screen)alright thanks gianna... it will certainly be the biggest challenge at home this season... the broncos are 12 and 4 on the year including a perfect 3 and oh in conference... and their last win was over fresno state a team that throttled the pack last week in the central valley... tip off on wednesday
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your tickets by calling 348 pack... (alex)>> it's been a banner season for former nevada linebacker brandon marshall... and his efforts certainly did not go unnotced by the broncos...(take vo) marshall and fellow linebacker danny trevathan were named the broncos 20-15 ed block courage award recipients...the award goes to players that exemplify commitments to the principles of sportsmanship and courage... both players overcame significant offseason injuries to start 31 of 32 posible games while finishing first and second in tackles... b-marsh racked up 101 tackles in 16 games... while adding one and a half sacks... and an interception... (alex)>> the broncos host the steelers this sunday in the mile high city... gianna will be in denver to cover marshall in the playoffs so look for her coverage later in the week... (alex)>> the san francisco 49ers continue knee deep in their search for a new head coach... and it appears that they have identified their top target....(take vo)the niners met with former raiders head coach hue jackson on sunday in
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were eliminated by the steelers... jackson is the team's offensive coordinator where he has developed one of the top offenses in the league...there is no official offer yet and if the niners want him they might have to move fast..he's also highly coveted in cleveland... and plans to interview with the new york giants... (take vo) speaking of the giants... the niners have requested permission to interview tom caughlin... who despite having a year left on his contract announced at the end of the season that he wanted to move on...the 69 year old won two super bowls in the big apple... there is a connection between caughlin and niners g-m trent baalke who both are dis-ciples of longtime coach and executive bill parcells... will be interesting to see how this all plays out... that's it for sports... i'm alex margulies ))
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. another presidential candidate is making their way to the silver state later today. we'll tell you who is going to be stopping in reno and where you can hear them speak coming up in a few minutes. >> alex, thank you. two men are in police custody yesterday morning. ongoing investigation. >> and the controversial school choice program has been put on supposed to begin. we have details on the judge's orders and what it means for the program's future. these stories and more,
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january 12th, 2016. everybody. welcome to the second hour of news 4 today. i'm bill frankmore. >> and i'm samantha boatman, hopefully your morning is off to a great start. we're going to be taking a look at the preview state of the evening. >> we're not going to have news 4 at 6:00 tonight because of the president's speech, we will have a newscast immediately following that. so there you go, as far as that we're going to have coverage continuing this morning as well previewing the president's final state of the union address, crazy to think about it. we begin with a developing story out of reno.
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walked into the little caesar's on molena lane grabbing for cash. he was seen wearing a blue hoodie black mask and blue genes. a story we brought you yesterday, a young man was shot and killed in carson city and two people were arrested. he was shot over a few occupieses of pot. ken furlong said it happened during a drug deal in the early- morning hours near scotch pine drive. he was attempting to sell three ounces of marijuana to two others when the victim was shot. it was grant watkins, an 18- year-old. the carson city s.w.a.t. team executed a search warrant at the 900 block of east fifth street where they detained three persons of interest. they arrested two young adult
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they have been identified as allen manriqez and jesus garcia manriquez, both afterthem were booked into the carson city jail on charges principle to murder and a drug house. their bail has been set at $250,000. a third person was detained during the search. a 17-year-old female, she was released to her parents. the investigation remains extremely active. anyone with information is encouraged to contact the carson city sheriff's office at 887-2014. you can remain anonymous. police certained a local elementary school yesterday morning after reports of an alleged kidnapping. a man called anderson elementary school just after classes began and told the school he had her daughter. before hanging up officials say a girl was heard in the background saying she had been kidnapped. police called and confirmed the
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and they said the phone call was a southern california. >> we've heard instances like that scammers getting someone in. >> yikes! >> we've had an awesome december and january so far precipitation wise. let's keep adding to it. we have another chance on friday, saturday and sunday and monday. >> this is how winter should be. >> it's nice for winter playing out for us the way we would like to see it, when we've been in drought for so long. we're still in drought, but we're making progress. that's what matters. 47 the high today in reno- sparks today. when we get to tonight and tomorrow, that's when we'll watch for snow in the mountains as well as spillover rain and snow showers in the valleys.
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weeks ago, we're saying the same thing and it's playing how the this way every time. not much wind tonight but tonight we'll see the gusty winds starting to make their way in again. had in reno-sparks again. we're in the 40s on the eastern side of the state. carson city's relative humidity has decreased. there are a few areas that could be seeing morning fog and ice on the roads, but they're becoming fewer and farther between at this point. temperatures going to the upper 40s later on this morning. there's the moisture. we're watching this for later on this morning, it will spill over to western nevada later on as well. avalanche train something a necessity for search and rescue units around washington county.
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and procedures. many agencies will be learning what to do in case of a rescue. if a person gets buried underneath a snow, you can't immediately dig them out because you can get buried yourself. you have to look at the snow and figure out the impact of the avalanche. it could risk your impact on the avalanche. presidential candidates are doing what they can to sway voters who have not made up their mind. we have a look at another presidential hopeful making a presidential visit here. hi alex. >> reporter: good morning bill. we've seen a lot of people coming to the silver state. we saw donald trump, and now it's john kasich. he'll be making a stop here, and he's a lesser known candidate. i want to talk this morning about where he stands and what he believes about key issues in this country right now.
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education is a state and local issue, he enacted laws in ohio where he's a governor, to defend what he says is federal intrusion and privacy abuses. he wants to help lower dropout rates, he wants to keep kids in school. schools in ohio have been using an early warning system and work on a success program to help them get out of high school. they're trying to overcome challenges and this is something he'll implement as president. he wants to keep college affordable. they've held the line on college tuition hikes and college tuition will be frozen in the next two years as they found out how to control the costs. colleges and universities should be based on helping students graduate not based on enrollment. he'll be discussing other
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greet at south virginia street, this is at the washington headquarters. there are no tickets required to come here. come on down, let them know if you're going to come. they would appreciate an rsvp, we'll have more information on our website, reporting live, back to you. also bringing his political campaign to northern nevada, jeb bush, the former florida governor will be speaking at elko at the northeastern nevada museum. he's attempted to get a lot of supporters and they're going to help choose their party's candidate. people wishing to attend are asking to rsvp to this address,
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we'll feature candidates on the prime time stage. based on polling criteria senator rand paul and carly fiorina in a did not qualify, and he's vowing to boycott the event. >> two others, in the undercard debate taking place earlier in the evening. a district judge put nevada's school choice program on hold weeks before the mother was expected to float to parents for a school system. >> this orders the state treasure you are to stop implementing savings accounts. parents can claim more than $5,000 per student each year and use it for qualified education expenses like private school. the coalition challenged the program back in august.
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from public schools and it doesn't follow the state constitution. thousands of families said they could receive funds by february if courts didn't object. a community meeting has been set up tonight in regards to the recent shootings on fife street. they'll be discussing neighborhood safety concerns and answer questions you may have. those who wish to come should arrive at glenn duncan elementary school beginning tonight at 5:30. >> and cabelas is teaching about gun safety and storage, head over to cabelas on boomtown road starting at 6:30. this evening, ceo of the air racing association will be
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championship air races as well. they should head over to pinochio's bar and grill on south virginia street at 5:30. the good morning truck emeeting will be meeting today. they'll be focusing on the future of downtown truck e. chamber members are asked to pay $10 those wishing to attend should arrive at the truck etahoe airport today at 7 this morning. it's hard to put down your cellphone at night.
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. good morning, i'm kimberly wade here at nevada humane society, this beautiful girl is diamond. she's curious, she's looking around and checking everything out. she's about 8 years old, she has a wonderful affectionate personality and gets along with everybody. she is available for adoption, she's got a unique challenge. he is actually diabetic, all that means she needs daily insulin, we're happy to talk you through that and provide all of that care for you. she is an angel pet. she's available for adoption for free and we'll get you all the medical as well. diamond is here in reno and we are hoping to see you soon.
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you might just be able to find one. sky high rents and falling vacancies has characterized the apartment market in recent years. it's changing for the real estate data form, the shares of apartments rose in the -- rose in the second quarter. rents are still rising up more than 4.5% annually. apple is adding a night shift mode to change a screen light at night in its next operating system update. they added the option based on a study saying ex porsche tower blue light makes it harder for you to sleep. they shift the colors from warmer colors, making things easier on your eyes at night.
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and geo location on your device to when it's sunset in your location, in the morning it will return to its regular settings, these phones will allow us to breathe. >> there we go. at&t are experimenting with unlimited data plans. you can pay $100 for unlimited data, talk and text on a smartphone and if you sign up for direct tv or at&t service uverse. another phone can be added and a fourth at no costs. a family of four would pay $180. it's a limited time offer. they have not said when the promotion will be ending. 6:1 is time. let's toss it over to tim studebaker. he's been busy and there's another storm headed our way. good morning to you.
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been intent on its own. we've had a steady stream of moderate storms. we're going to add to that pack in the mountains tonight and into wednesday. today itself is not a problem travelwise. wind picks up and snow arrives in the mountains and parts of western nevada. it could include rain and snow showers for the valley floors. 3 miles per hour winds and 78% humidity, temperatures at zero in you rico 5 below in ely, reno is at 25 degrees above and 20 degrees in fallon. a chillier start and going to 47 today. clouds are refusing from the west and they'll it be followed by moisture. again we're looking at rain in the northwestern california coast area, that will overspread into the sierra by the time we get late tonight
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into tomorrow morning as well. it's just barely starting to make its arrival right around the late evening and it will continue in the overnight in the form of snow in the mountains and spreading to western nevada as rain and snow showers. not a major storm again, this is once again a moderate storm for sea air standards, we have a winter weather advisory for most of your wednesday, we have a winter storm watch for most of your wednesday, all of your wednesday, in fact, for the west of the sierra, we're talking very similar to saturday's system. it's 1-3 for the foothills and 6 to 12 for the crest of the sierra. this 0 to 1 will fall as rain. we have good chance to see rain showers mixing in with the snow showers. either way we're looking at travel troubles on your tuesday overnight into wednesday, then taking a break thursday and
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system for your saturday, another one for monday, kind of an active pattern continuing on the seven-day forecast, watch for the potential of patchy fog this morning, it's becoming let's of an issue for that fog -- it's becoming less of an issue for that fog. you see the big dip in the temperatures after a storm. these are not really strong storms, it's not happening this time. >> we'll take every bit we can get up there, for sure. okay, kick up the heels tim. >> fourth caller for the winner of the trivia prize. who became the first woman elected to the u.s. senate? if you know the answer, call our number.
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team in coming up on a tuesday morning, a special edition today live from the white house. we'll go one-on-one with president obama as he gets ready for his final state of the union address tonight. what he plans to say to the american people, how he feels about his legacy and how his time in the white house has changed him as a leader and a father. >> we'll have a live interview and we'll take you on a tour in the nation's most famous home and we'll see rooms that the public rarely gets to see. we start live on a tuesday morning on today.
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will be filed against omar owe come following his near deadly drug overdose at a brothel. the former nba star was rushed to the hospital after he was found unconscious in nye county. he had cocaine in his system. prosecutors say they couldn't prove possession or he took the drug while he was in their jurisdiction. time now to check in with tim. he's got the winner of our trivia question also. he's going to pronounce it for us. >> come on, we'll try that john porucznick, you may have noticed a pattern, i never do the last names. congratulations to you and i do love your last name. it's hard to say though. who became the first woman elected to the u.s. senate, who was it?
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>> i'm going to say hattie caraway . pgh >> you got a text, didn't you. >> i did not. >> that's the right answer. someone else who is celebrating to get in the right place. alabama celebrated the creme sen monday night glendale, arizona. >> the tide defeated the tigers 45-41. it was the fourth championship, fourth in the past seven days. they're talking about the play in the fourth quarter. alabama, drake gets the kick off, he avoids one tackle and elude the kicker. this play was huge in this one. he dived in from the 5-yard line. i think about this, fourth title in seven seasons, defending clemson, 45-40.
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alabama creme sen tide. they've been pretty dominant. >> my michigan state spartans
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they you know what, go . with the general election not far away, candidates are doing what they can to secure votes coming up in a couple of minutes, we'll tell you which republican candidate is making their way to reno today. >> jeb bush is making his way to the silver state as well. details on where and when you can hear him speak. what he hopes to gain from the visit.
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tuesday, january 12th, 2016. . good tuesday morning everyone, welcome to the last half-hour of news today. i'm samantha boatman. >> and thank you for staying up with us or getting up with us, we have a lot to talk about including a quick program note tonight. the news 4 at 6 will not be airing because of the state of the union address by the president tonight. we'll have a special newscast following that around 8:00 or so. please, stay tuned, we'll have a lot of previews on the president's state of the union, what he may be talking about on the today show coming up in a half-hour. first the governor is speaking out regarding a recent decision by a district judge to put nevada's school choice program on hold just weeks before money was to flow to parents for private school tuition. the governor said this ruling makes clear what i have believed all a locks the best
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expedited and final ruling by the nevada supreme court. thousands of parents across nevada are waiting for an answer. judge james wilson approved of a preliminary injunction yesterday. they stopped the savings account until there are further deliberations. it allows parents to claim $5,000 per each year and use it for education expels. a coalition challenged the program with a lawsuit filed in august. members argued it would take money away from public schools and says it doesn't follow the state constitution. this he could start receiving funds by february if courts didn't object. we'll keep you posted. we continue, now, with politics, campaign season, of course, well under way and voters narrow down who they'll vote for in the general elections, they're making last minute stops across the country. we are looking at which
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a shop in the biggest little city. alex. >> reporter: good morning, sam, we see a lot of people making their way to the silver state trying to secure the votes before the election happens. donald trump came here a couple of days ago and john kasich is making his way to the silver state. he's at the gone headquarters, this is located -- gop headquarters. this is located over on moana street. we haven't heard much about it compared to the other ones. i want to break down what we hear on big topics. if he's elected to be president, he'll remove burdensome restrictions with people with concealed carry licenses. he's the governor of ohio, in that state he enacted a law that protects privacy of permit holders and reciprocity of
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said hunting and fishing traditions bring in 3.6 billion annually, it's a big impact on the state. it's big stuff. doors open at 1:15 this afternoon. the event doesn't start until 1:45 and will run 45 seconds. tickets are not required but they suggest you call and rsvp and see if you will come down to south virginia street. we'll have this on our website later this morning. head over to there to get the information. reporting live, back to you. thank you. the republican presidential candidate jeb bush is bringing his campaign to northern nevada. he'll be speaking at the eastern nevada museum. he's attempting to rally supporters to help his campaign before republicans head to caucuses to help choose their party's candidate. they're asked to r svp before attending.
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all right the republican debate will feature 7 candidates on the prime time stage. two will be absent. based on polling criteria senator rand paul and carly fiorina is not going to be at the debate. some will be boycotting the attempt. there will be another debate earlier in the evening. a robbery at a restaurant.
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when we come back. . welcome back everybody. some overnight news to tell you about this morning. reno police are looking for a man who they say held up a pizza restaurant. the suspect walked into little seizers on moana lane, the suspect got cash and ran away, he's described as a white male, 6 feet tall, wearing a blue hoodie, blue mask and blue genes. please, call this number if you have any information.
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about. >> we just shoveled walks, ology all my neighbors did, i haven't done it yet. i knew a storm was coming. >> that's right. all in one shot, right? that's right. >> we have another storm on the way. it's tonight and into tomorrow, a good portion of the day. it's one of the situations where the mountains get the steady snowfall, it's another storm nonetheless. it's the same size of the storms we've had in the last few weeks too. it's not a huge storm system, a moderate storm system. it's 3-6 at lake level and 0 to 1 for the valley floors. that depends on how much rain and snow, and how much rain falls on the floors of the valley. it's 45 in salt lake and 33 in elko, tonight is when the winds start going and the snow
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that's when everything will start to get going for us into the storm system. truckee, and smith veil, you're in the higher humidity and you'll have the morning fog once again. it's not a big deal for most of us at this point, teens antients for the temperatures, ice could be on the roads if you're in one of those foggy areas. there's moisture off the california coast and clouds are coming in and that will be ours tonight and tomorrow and we'll talk about that on futurecast, back to you. let's go to trooper duncan dodger. >> good morning to you. there will be snow on the mountains, on the highways we're looking crash and incident freeze. we're getting snow and rain here in the valleys as we
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temperatures will be hovering around the freezing point. you need to give yourself enough space in the vehicle. a lot of times crashes happen from people traveling too close and too close to the vehicles in front of them to maintain control of their own vehicle when something does happen. be safe and take care, back to you to you. keep your cell phones off. we're looking at what's
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and why china is .
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let's give you a peek at the numbers. dow jones off to a good start. china had a volatile start. the shanghai composite was up but fell below the 3,000 mark for the first time in months. a key index plunged 7%. here are more stories making financial headlines on your tuesday. the labor day will release job openings in november. a business report is due out this morning. and the quarterly financial results after the market close for csx. wanda company buying legendary entertainment for
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it will be the biggest cross cultural acquisition to date. they're testing the boundaries of hundreds of claims made against gm, and the first of 6 trials scheduled over the next year guidages up 173 -- the nasdaq is up 73 and the dow jones is up 13. winds are going to start to arrive in the area. we have snow arriving in the sierra first and spilling over as rain and snow showers into your wednesday into the valleys once again. 3 miles per hour winds and 78% humidity. a cold start across much of the area. 0 degrees in eureka and 20 in fallon. chilly temperatures, a milder afternoon compared to yesterday, clouds streaming through, very similar to yesterday, a little warmer on the temperatures and those
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some breaks in the clouds once in awhile. we have moisture off the california coast. that will move into our area, first arriving in the sierra again, during the late hours into tomorrow morning, it will start in the sierra and continue through the day tomorrow as well as occasionally spilling over into western nevada, once again a spill over rain and snow showers, it's a similar situation to what we've seen several times, already this winter. we're talking another moderate storm. it's for much of your wednesday including the tahoe area and foothills. we have a winter storm watch that's for the western sierra as well as the crest of the sierra, that goes for your wednesday as well. western nevada valley 0 to 1, depending on what falls as rain, we have up to an inch in the valley floor and a few spots. lake level 3-6 and foothills 1-
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this is similar to the one that came through on saturday. tonight the snow and the wind arrive tonight into tomorrow, spilling over as rain and snow showers on your wednesday, another break for thursday and friday for many of us, a little bit unsettled during the snow showers, another round of moisture on saturday and another break on sunday and another round of moisture on monday. none of them is impressive on its own. back to you. thank you tim. we're learning about todd sloan who had bombs in his house in eastern curran county. he left boobie traps to find. he said he did it because it was a cry for help and he's needed help for years.
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he's been crying out for help for years, but to no avail. >> i'm down to the last resort. i'm trying to get an investigation, he said two years he got hit by a car and he was refused medical help. >> i had the sheriff's out there and they didn't a him. after hitting me and attacking me the sheriff let them go. >> he took to posting threats against officers on his facebook page where he calls himself stone or sloan, they turned up explosive devices and boobie traps. he said he only made a few pipe bombs and those so-called boobie traps, he says they were just sensors.
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i've been ripped off, this was sensors. >> you wouldn't get ripped off from the weed. >> from that and cones cops attacking me. >> he wanted to get attention and get a federal investigation started for threats against him and being hit by a car. he said he never made threats against law enforcement, but admitted he got 50 pounds of dynamite. >> i said step up and come and get me. >> you got everybody's attention like this. >> i'm left without a choice, i'm fighting for my life. >> now, that was jose gaspar reporting for us today. he's expected to be arraigned tomorrow. he's being held on bail of more than $2 million. in your international support, a hospital was bald this weekend. it resultled in four deaths and
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of several parts of the facility. two are in critical condition. according to staff on the ground, one projectile impacted the hospital in the district where they've been working. doctors without borders officials can not confirm the origin of the attack. planes were seen flying over at the same time. patients are being transferred to a different hospital. >> a statement from the istanbul governor's office said ten people were killed and 15 others hurt this morning in a istanbul square today. it took place in a major tourist attraction in turkey's most popular city. they arrested the site and it's closest to the blue mask and carried away the wounded as
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streets, they'll have more on the developing news in the today show. >> residents were assessing the damage to the properties following what took place in baghdad. isis claimed responsibility for the attack. they killed 18 and injured many others. they set off a car bomb and launched a suicide attack at the entrance. they posted shortly after the attack, they said isis bombers and suicide bombers it's known where shiites gather and they warned of worse to come. >> this is going to be across the northwest. we're not looking at major delays right now, but check
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back after this. . good morning, everybody, we'll send it to the today show in just a minute, here's a preview of what's coming up on fox 11, we'll preview the annual brouhaha, they're going
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years after how much longer the event will last, reno air race officials are feeling optimistic about 2016, that's coming up. we'll get a final forecast before we send you to the today show. >> the wind starts to arrive as well as snow in the mountains and that snow and also rain shower activity will spread over to western nevada once in awhile during the day. we've been here before and going to the same place again. thursday and friday, still quiet a little unsettled, perhaps a few snow showers, another break on sunday, and another round of am i correct on your monday. pretty active on the seven-day, not any one storm looking impressive on its own. >> stack them up we're in good shape. >> yes, we've been in this
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today's show is next, good morning. breaking news. a deadly explosion in istanbul's popular tourist district. at least 10 dead. 15 injured. reports it was a suicide bomber. nbc's richard engel is there live. nothg to hide. sean penn defends his controversial interview with the wanted el chapo as new images emerge of his secret journey to meet the elusive drug lord and the dramatic raid that landed el
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