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indication that the men were linked to yesterday's attack in that city.seven people were killed in the attack, including an indonesian and a man of dual canadian-algerian nationality. the five others who died were suspected attackers.twenty-four people were also seriously injured. indonesia has seen attacks by islamist militants before... but a coordinated assault by a team of suicide bombers and gunmen is unprecedented and has echoes of the sieges seen in mumbai seven years ago and in paris last november. 3 (bill)>> police have confirmed that isis was responsible for the attack and named an indonesian militant as the mastermind. police believe he leads a militant network and is pulling strings from isis's reported capital in syria. 3 (samantha)>> in japan ... fourteen people were killed and 27 hurt when a bus rolled off a mountain roadway early this morning.the bus was carrying tourists to a ski resort when it crashed.there were 41 people on board.... 39 passengers and two drivers.
determine how it happened. photos from the scene indicate there was no snow or rain on the road at the time.officials said the company operating the bus had a history of drivers safety violations. 3 swoosh sound 3 (sam)>> nevada's education savings account program.. is making headlines again this morning...>> why the issue has some state republican leaders.. .. setting aside their differences to get it resolved.
3 (bill)>> plus... a local charter school may be closing its doors in the coming weeks... we spoke with school officals and students about how they feel. 3 ((i don't think we would want decisions based simply on a popularity contest.))the reno city council is giving the green light to a controversial housing development in verdi despite what community members have to say about what could be an "unpopular" decision. these stories and more.. coming up on this friday, january 15, 2016. 3 ((male voice: you're watching news 4 today on your side in high definition.)) 3 (sam)>> good morning and thank you for choosing us to start
i'm bill frankmore.. 3 (samantha)>> we are starting to get calls from school districts around the area... so far.. all incline schools are cancelled today.. due to the weather... but all other washoe county schools and storey county schools are operating on a two- hour delay. as well as storey and bishop manogue high school is on a two-hour delay as well. for a full list of closures and delays visit my news four dot com. 3 (bill and samantha)>>let's take a quick look outside... current conditions and skycam
toss it 3 over to meteorologist tim studebaker...snow is ending as we speak from north to south...once it comes to an end look for partly to mostly cloudy skies and near-average temperatures with decreasing winds.on radar...the back edge of the snow is working through the area...meaning snow is coming to an end from north to south. snow has already ended for many folks in the northern half of the viewing area...and will end in the next couple of hours for the rest of us.7 day
3 (samantha)>> last night's 3 rain and snow has continued into causing hazardous driving conditions. news 4's alex cannito is live with a look at what you can expect on your morning commute today.3 3 (alex - live) 3 wet roadwayswindy, rainy, light snow in some partschain controls in effect in parts of
3 (alex - live)reporting live, 3 alex cannito. back to you. 3 (samantha)3 >> now to this morning's "on your side" report.... despite objections .. the reno city council is giving the "okay " to a proposed housing project in verdi.this approval comes despite worries over whether there is enough water. news 4 went in search of answers.. from reno's assistant city manager.bill thomas has a background in community development .. planning and land use.in nevada... development cannot occur unless the developer has sufficient water. in the verdi case, thomas says it's the state water engineer .. not
development process is a legal one, not a popularity contest. 3 (( there is a balance between all the laws that are set up to protect all of us and the popularity...and popularity is just not a legal basis under which to decide whether a legal project should or shouldn't go forward)) 3 (samantha)>> for more information on the development process and the proposed verdi development itself, visit our website at my news 4 dot com. 3 (bill)>> >> some of nevada's top republicans are setting aside their differences after last week's school choice lawsuit.lieutenant governor mark hutchison says he'll suspend the lawsuit he filed on behalf of parents seeking to preserve nevada's new education savings account program. the program offers parents state funds for private school tuition. a judge put the program on hold earlier this week after it was expected to launch in february. 3 (samantha)>> rainshadow community charter high school may have to close their doors at the end of the month due to a financial issue.the school on vesta street was given a
last june for a year to see if their money issue would turn around.unfortunately it hasn't. students and teachers have expressed their emotions about what this school meant to them. many of the students who came to rainshadow suffered from social anxiety or a learning disability where they needed more personalized learning. these students are nervous that they will have to go back into a social setting. 3 (("i'm on track to graduate this semester but if this school closes i don't know what i would do i might try online school just to finish it out but that would be very difficult i might have to move again just to make sure i can graduate." )) 3 (samantha)>> the final school board meeting to determine if the school will stay open until graduation will be january 26. 3 swoosh sound 3 (bill)>> as we head into the weekend.. there are a lot of events going on around the truckee meadows. still ahead .. we look at some of the interesting things..
>> happening today... spanish springs high school is set to receive a 5- thousand-dollar donationthe generous gift is from blackstone development the school will receive the donation during a ceremony this afternoon at 1:30 at the high school. 3 (bill)>> "friends in service helping" .. or fish is dishing out free meals to carson city
wishing to attend must certify that their household's annual income does not exceed the federal poverty line. the event is taking place at the carson city community center this morning.. and no one before 9 am will be allowed in. 3 (bill)>> today is the last day you can visit the "always lost: a meditation on war" exhibit in washoe county. people interested in seeing the nationally touring arts and humanities exhibit should go to the washoe county administration complex from 8 am to 4 pm today 3 (samantha)>> a heads up for you this morning... this monday, january 18th is martin luther king, jr. day.r-t-c says all all regularly scheduled rtc transit services will be operating on normal weekday schedules.passenger services will also remain open and can be reached at 348-ride. for route and schedule information, go to rtcwashoe.com. 3 swoosh sound 3 (bill)>> still ahead on news 4 today.. ... it is time to head to the zoo.... (>> we will look at some aah some baby animals ready to make their first public
fan of our own facebook 3 (bill)>>a zoo in ukraine's key-ev region showed off its latest additions this week.. following the birth of a rare litter of white lion cubs. the newborns were in good health and were cared for by their mother. three cubs, all males, were born on december 16th in the "twelve 3 months" zoo. the cubs' birth is an important event... especially since white lions are so rare.a contest on facebook was held to name the three cubs. they were called after three brothers .... the founders of kiev, who according to legend were key,
3 (samantha)>> and in washington, d-c...panda cub bay bay .. who was born in august.... is set to make his public debut at smithsonian's national zoo tomorrow. it will probably be panda- monium as he greets the general public for the very first time but be prepared to stand in line. when bay bay's older sister, bao bao made her debut in 2014, more than four thousand people waited in line ... some for hours -- to see her.if you don't want to stand in line or you're not planning to go to d-c, you can keep track of bay bay online instead, watching one of the smithsonian's panda cams. 3 (bill and 3 samantha)>> we'll toss it over to meteorologist tim
temperatures are 3 seasonably chilly to start the day once again. here's a look at the current temperatures. the back edge of the storm is pushing through right now...meaning an end to the snow from north to south.snow will end over the next couple of hours for our southern zones...then it's a mainly dry day before our next push of moisture arrives overnight tonight into tomorrow morning...and that's not the end of it...there's more on the 7 day forecast.a winter storm warning remains in place in pink with a winter weather advisory in purple. with snow coming to an end...some of these may disappear in the next couple of don't...they are set to expire at 10am.snow is ending as we speak from south...once it comes to an end look for partly to mostly cloudy skies and near-average temperatures with decreasing winds.on the 7 day forecast...an active pattern continues...we're dry during the day today but additional chances for valley rain and mountain rain/snow continue through much of the 7 day forecast. temperatures remain close to average for this time of year.3
coach. now th3 (( (alex)>>after an embarrassing 5-11 season which saw jim tomsula take the ax... the san francisco 49ers have found their new head coach... (take vo)the niners have hired former philadelphia eagles and university of oregon head coach chip kelly...kelly comes to the niners after three seasons in philly where his teams went 26-21...that includes a pair of ten win seasons...kelly went 44-5 and was a national title contender on an annual basis...kelly was let go by the eagles before the end of this season...(take vo)so the instant question now is... how does this impact former nevada quarterback colin kaepernick...now the
keep his spot with the 3 niners...chip kelly is well known for running a high pace, uptempo spread offense...and he found success in the past with an athletic quarterback who can run, which is the first line on colin kaepernick's resume...kap lit up the league in 20-12 and 20-13, with a record of 17-6 and a pair of deep playoff runs, including an appearance in the super bowl...(alex)>> kaepernick was benched by *then niners head coach jim tomsula back in november...kap has had multiple surgeries to repair some injuries since then...we'll know the official answer by april first, that's when colin's 11.9 million dollar salary for 20-16 becomes guaranteed by the 49ers...(alex)>> to the hardwood now the golden state warriors haven't dropped two in a row all season... and they were determined to keep that streak alive...(take vo) w's have also won 37 straight at the oracle... hosting kobe bryant and the lakers...kobe flashing some moves in the paint early on...yea that'll do... tied at 10 early...later in the half... steph curry left wide open... slash down city...then the w's set up curry in transition... a rare slam... just his second of the year...warriors get back on
(alex)>> the wolf pack men's basketball team lost at home for the first time this season on tuesday... (take vo)nevada dropped a roller coaster affair to first place boise state 74-67...senior guard marqueze coleman led nevada with 17 points...the pack fell behind by 14 in the first half, but stormed back late to pull within three with about a minute to go, but couldn't pull off the win...after the game, the guys were obviously disappointed with the
will now take a trip to laramie to face the wyoming cowboys...wyoming lost at san jose state last night 62-55... tipoff next wednesday is set for 6:00 p-m northern nevada time...(alex)>> we head out to pyramid highway to spanish springs high school for this week's news four athlete of the week...(take vo)he's a two time winner of the award... last time coming on the baseball diamond... this time, spanish springs junior forward josh prizina has been lighting up the scoreboard for the cougars...over his last three games, josh is averaging 17 points per game, including a 20 point effort in a win over galena last friday...the cougars sit at 9-6 overall and 5-2 in league play going into friday's showdown with reno... josh says playing high school sports are a big part of his personality...(take sot)(( ))
snow is still falling in reno. in a couple of minutes we'll look at what you need to know before you head out the door. solar, a hike in rates, how it's causing the state to miss out a major energy source. what the system is doing to keep guards and prisoners safer. knees stories and more coming up this friday, january 15th, 2016. . top of the morning everyone. i'm bill frankmore. >> and good morning, it wasn't snowing as hard as it was earlier this morning. it's caused school delays and hitters. >> things should be drying out a little.
speaking of the schools, here's what we know, all inclined schools are closed today. all other schools are on a two- hour delay. and bishop and oak high school are on two hour delays and storey county schools as well. if you would like a full list of the closures and delays head to our website news 4.com. this quickly changed over to snow in a hurry. >> it was backing out of the driveway today, i heard it. the crunch of new snow when you're backing out. i thought oh, it's going to be an ugly one this morning. i-80 wasn't plowed. it's one of the quick interviews, it didn't catch him off guard. >> they knew it was coming, but they can't keep up. it's so quick. >> for sure, it definitely was a quick hitter as far as snow is concerned. it's over for everyone almost, the damage is done, there is
some spots, alex is going to be talking about that later. we'll still have tough driving for us this morning. however, the actual active snow that was falling is pretty much done for almost everyone, we're going to take a look at radar and see a few spots where it's still snowing but even in those spots, it should be coming to an end shortly here. 45 in reno-sparks, we're in the 40s for a lot of us for the day today, it's close to average this time of the year. snow showers coming to an end leading to a drier conditions, they're gusting to 35 at times this morning, that also will be decreasing as we go through the day today. check out the last couple of hours here, snow across much of the area, ending very quickly for many of us already this morning and we'll continue to see an end to the snow. it's turning much more snow showery out through eureka county and elko county.
drying up. same thing happened in western nevada. it was snowing for a lot of us and now for many of us in western nevada, the snow is over, there's one or two snow showers left just east of carson city and out through dayton. as you look to the east of dayton, and along highway 50, it's continued to move east along the highway and also showing signs of drying up. overall the trend is much drier for the day today, much quieter as well. the roads should dry out, partly sunny to mostly cloudy skies. we have more moisture on the way. we have more snow in the forecast, the first arrives tomorrow morning and we'll look at it in futurecast. >> i like to see it stacking up on each other. the rain and snow has been good for the ongoing drought. it's causing hazards on the roadways and we'll have a look at what the roads are like this morning. hey, there, alex. >> reporter: hey, good morning,
when we got here at 5:00 this morning, it wasn't that cold, it was a little chilly but not too bad. over the past hour, it's been extremely cold compared to when we first got out here. that's what caused the problems on the roadways, they get colder. the snow on the roads overnight, it will start to morning goes on. we're driving on 80 to get here to rob drive. the sooner we got over to rob drive, that's when we started to see more snow and ice on the freeway. the big concern for drivers is going to be these side streets as you're pulling out of your complex, you're pulling out of your neighborhood trying to get on that freeway, trying to get to work or wherever it is you're going. i want you to be aware and cautious roads will be slippery. we saw one car spin out this morning. they were fine, they gained control again. it is slick. while there aren't chain controls to get out of the
gold ranch as well as in truckee, if you're going to be handing over the summit make sure you double-check before you get out there, make sure you have your chains if you plan on skiing or snowboarding, take it slow and take it easy and be safe this morning. reporting live, back to you. on the crime watch, reno police are investigating reports of shots fired earlier last night on bringly avenue on pepper mill. residents were asked to stay inside while police were searching the area, one person was taken into custody as part of that investigation. in more crime news, carson city sheriff's detectives have put a man behind bars. jacob huntman was taken on charges for accessory to murder and other felonies.
carson city. carson city sheriff deputies say that the investigation is ongoing and they're asking for the public's help for any information in that case. the number to call is at the bottom of your screen. they're adding more guards and training officers how to use rubber bullets to end the shootings behind bars. the board of state prison commissioners. the state is facing lawsuits over prison shootings including one in high state prison where it left a prisoner dead. they want to reduce the need for lethal force but it is a life saving last resort. olivia gives us the first look at the new app called my rpd. >> reporter: here's this platform untapped locally, we want to have a presence there. >> we use our smartphones to communicate with each other every day.
wants you to use your phone to communicate with them. >> i wanted to really engage younger users, users that rely solely on the device, a lot of any more. >> they use our phone. the officer wanted to make sure the my rpd app reflected the local community. >> we brought in artists and designers that work and live in the area. >> locals to use the app and created kept it under budget spending $35,000 on the technology. >> that really is due to the good-hearted people who worked on the project and gave their time and effort at a really good rate for the city and the taxpayers. >> he thinks the rpd app will be the main way they submit information to local police.
downtown reno to show people the app to see what they think. >> i think it's a great idea. >> i think it's interesting that you can file a police report on the iphone license it's insane. >> it's better than making the phone call, that's for sure. >> and they're not the only ones who can gather information through the app. the city council plans to use that same data to better serve the publicly, it helps us to look at that data to see what resources lie. is it in terms of patrol, is it one of the actual resources to make the right moves. >> he hopes the app encourages people to take a more active role in their neighborhoods. >> everyone has a smartphone. they take leadership opportunities to speak up for the community. >> that was olivia reporting for us this morning. she says the new app has quite a few features, it allows you to send in your ideas to the police department as well as to
compliments as well. you can test out the new app yourself, it's available for iphone and android users. a controversial solar rate staying in place for now, despite angry consumers. they voted to deny a stay that would have put a pause on solar rate changes. solar customers are angry over increases and a flat fee and decreases in their net metering rates. the rate changes make solar no longer affordable in nevada and is causing solar people to leave their jobs. they're asking to reconsider. >> nevada ranked third nationally for the most solar capacity installed. the state employed nearly 6,000 people.
source, you can collect the heat to warm your house and quitter it into electricity. you can see why the solar energy is important to nevada. >> it's one of the sunniest places in the country and one earth. it's a great place to use the energy that the sun provides free of charge every day. >> technology has skyrocketed in the past decade. it has the potential to be an energy leader right here in nevada. we all know right now that cigarette smoking contributes to lung cancer. we are showing you what one person is doing to battle lung
suffering it and . welcome back, cigarette smoking is the number 1 risk of lung cancer. fewer people are smoking, lung cancer, it doesn't seem to be going away. a marathon runner is diagnosed with lung cancer. thanks to research at huntsman cancer institute, it's giving this woman a new lease on life. >> molly graham has never smoked a day in her life. >> i had no symptoms or signs.
lung cancer in 2012 it was devastating news. >> lung cancer it's deadly and that was my first instinct is, i was going to die. >> molly transferred to the huntsman cancer institute where she started working with this doctor. he's looking at nonsmoking lung cancer. >> because these people do not smoke, it's hard to catch. >> they still ended up with the cancer even though they did not smoke cigarettes. they end up with the cancer associated with tobacco. >> she had part of her lung removed and she was expected to die. they did gene mutation therapy. and now, she is running again and she ran a marathon now. because of this new therapy she
>> it's the marathon, it's the marathon of my life, i will finish it and i will win. >> the doctor says there have been several new therapies for nonsmoking lung cancer and there's a potential her he had try risk to these types of cancers, but more research is needed. >> a tricky morning out there for the commute, we have a lot of delays and even closures to tell you about as far as schools, cash cocounty schools two hour delays and bishop two hours delay -- you, i wanted to correct what i said out there. the school bus drivers don't call the delay, the washington county did for unsafe conditions for school bus drivers. >> lake tahoe, unified, you mentioned itishes there's
we have an e-mail from our producers, all lake tahoe unified schools closed and summit ridge christian are on a two-hour delay. and some schools in our area on a two-hour delay. >> we have all of the stuff on our website too. head to my news 4.com for the latest. let's toss it over to tim. tahoe got a decent amount of snow. yeah, definitely. many of us -- for many of us that led to snow and slick conditions from west to east. there's a lot of signs for it coming to an end in many spots for many of us as well. >> partly cloudy skies and 14 miles per hour winds, gusts could be higher than that, temperatures are into the 20s and 30s across the state. again, slick roads likely out there for many spots, the snow that came through last night, it's pushing to the south and also breaking apart quite a bit. if it is still snowing where
very few and far between at this point, it will be ending very shortly for you, and we're looking at a drier day out ahead of us for friday, not much going on for friday out there. by the time we get to tonight, though, once again the overnight hours, the moisture moves back on in, rain and snow showers once again, coming to an end for many of us for part of the day on saturday, another round for sunday, we're not done, the seven-day forecast has a lot to show you on this morning here. winter weather advisory same story, these will disappear in short order, these showers, but they're slated to extend until 10:00 a.m. the snow is ending for a lot of us. this same story is probably going to come to an end, the national weather service hasn't cancelled them yet.
zones, it's about 45 for the high in reno-sparks. any wind out there this morning, they'll head through the day as well. it's decreasing throughout the day, another round of moisture comes on through, that brings more rain and snow showers and it even could mean rain showers at some of the higher elevation as well. for the next several rounds, rain drops could be at the tahoe level. it's a pretty mixed seven-day forecast. there's an active pattern nonetheless. >> you're ready for a break, aren't you? >> i am, i'm ready for time off which i'm getting next week. >> you have earned it. >> let's give one more prize away before you head out on vacation. two tickets to foot loose is what we have at the el dorado theatre. call and the first person who wins for that trivia question.
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the republican debate here, and amal clooney opens up about her career and her new found celebrity and what drives her in a television interview. we'll see you on a busy friday morning right here on today. the husband of singer celine dion passed away on his las vegas home following a battle with throat cancer. he married celine dion, a singer, and managed her career. she called her husband the only boyfriend i've ever had. the couple has three children, the medical examiner said he died of natural causes and no further investigation into his
he was 73 years old. they say that these deaths come in three, we're done at least for a while, of all cancer? >> i hope so. >> the guy, david bowie annal and rick man and celine dion's husband. let's take a look at scott from reno. >> this was on today's date in 1967 who won the first ever superbowl, was it the green bay packers or kansas city chiefs or oakland raiders. >> i know, it's lambo. >> i'm going to say it's the green bay packers. >> you're correct. good job tim. you've probably seen all the means and the memory thatalan rickman leaves behind. he was an english actor known
potter series. >> he's known for his smooth and distinctive voice. he is most famous for one of the poor trails of one of the most iconic characters in the harry potter series. >> snake, it was unclear whether he was good or evil. he was the only one who knew how to play the devious character and the story was revealed to the rest of the world in the film. >> he won a golden globe and emmy and the screen actor's award for the much acclaimed trail.
know before you start your morning commute. >> the city council is trying to clean up concerns over a housing development. what officials have to say to worried residents. >> the remaining gop candidates won rounds in last night's south carolina. did anyone deliver a knockout punch. these stories and more are coming up on friday january 16th. >> you're watching news 4 today on your side in high definition. and hey, good friday morning everyone, welcome to the last half-hour of news 4 today, i'm samantha boatman. >> and i'm bill frankmore. you probably heard it, and you knew there was snow in the mountain. early this morning a lot of the snow accumulated on our roadways and it made it on the
>> we're getting calls from school districts around the area. so far all incline schools are cancelled today and all other wash coschools and bishop schools are closed or on delays. >> for a full list of closures and delays you can visit the website my news 4.com. >> there are private schools on that list as well. there's hazardous driving conditions out there. alex is live with a look on what you can expect on this morning commute on this friday. hi alex. >> reporter: good morning, sam, we're here at rob drive. i want to you look at the roadways this morning. we're seeing snow and ice on them because of this latest round of wish weather that we've been talking about all morning long. now, in the past half-hour, we did see n dot out here. we saw them out here and it was making it easy year for drivers there are morning.
head out the tour and getting into your car, and your car was parked outside, it will be covered in snow and it will be iced over a little bit. get out earlier so you can start the defroster and you can see, nothing worse of getting into your car and not be able to see out the windshield and head on to the roadways when it's slick, especially when they're slick this morning. they're driving on the freeways, these trucks are out here. take it slow and easy. the roadways are very slick and it's going to be difficult as you are trying to get out of your complexes or even out of your neighborhoods this morning. now, something else to keep in mind. we're seeing chain controls in effect. open your gold ranch as well as in truckee over there in the summit. if you're going to be heading up that way, any time this weekend going skiing or snowboarding, chain controls will be going out there as well. be prepared if you're going to be heading out that weekend.
safe out in the roadways this morning. reporting live alex comade back to you -- comedo back to you. >> all lake tahoe schools are closed today as well. there's a green light given to a housing project in veer die -- verdi. they spoke with assistant city manager bill tomorrow's about the process. he has a background in community development planning and land use. he explains it's a legal process, it's one that elected officials have to weigh the rights of the neighbors and object terse as well as those interested parties. they voiced concerns about wells running dry. >> will this development impact that? that's a big concern. >> again one of the misperceptions is that the council at the end of the day makes a determination of
we don't. the city of reno doesn't. >> news 4 has learned by law in nevada you have to have secured water rights to develop. we've learned it's the state water engineer to make that determination whether a developer has sufficient water rights and water for their project. more information on the development process and the verdi development itself head to our website my news 4.com. the school on the street was given a probationary charter last june to see if their money issues would turn around. they haven't. students and teachers have expressed their emotions about means to them. many of the students came to rain shadow suffered social hanglizing or learning disabilities and they were shy
have to go back to a social setting. >> if this school closes, i might try online school to finish. that may be very difficult. i might have to move again just to make sure i can graduate. >> the final school board meeting to determine if the school will stay hope until graduation will be january 26th. well, when we come back, we'll have another check on the roads with nhp trooper duncan
it's messy . all righty, welcome back everyone. it's 6:37 as we get you going on a chilly friday morning. we have icy roads out there. take it slowly, there's a rollover accident five miles east of sparks near usa parkway. take it slow. we have more news on our closures and delays of schools on our website, on my 4 news.com. this was a hard hitter and it came fast. >> it was a quick hitter and brought snow in select areas and slick roads for almost everyone. the active weather is over for most of us. we're not looking at more snow falling, there's snow already on the roads. that's making it tough driving.
3:30, 4:00 in the morning. >> there wasn't a lot of the roads and melted. it was a dicey ride into work. >> yeah, it was a little tough for some folks. my drive was not terrible. i live on the valley floor, you ended up with a little more and i did. it was snowing nonetheless while i was driving in and that led to tough roads out there. i think rob drive might be in tough shame and that's where alex is, take it easy on the roads this morning even though snow is no longer falling for pretty much all of us. it's partly to mostly cloudy skies. south winds are gusting at 35 at times. it's breezy this morning and the winds will be letting up as we head through the day easing off. the snow where did it go. it's gone for most of us.
eureka county pushing into white pine county. it's deteriorating on radar quite a bit. it's dry across western nevada and the sierra as far as new snow falling is concerned. same thing out to carson city, dayton, where there were showers a short time ago. they're ending in a hurry out there. we're pretty much done with the snow as far as new falling snow is concerned for most of the area, however slick roads out there as a result of that snow as it came through last night. we'll have the forecast with more rounds of moisture coming up in a bit. back to you. >> well, it's going to be and messy one to work this morning, let's see how your morning commute is so far with trooper duncan dauber. >> good morning, there's
there's a concentration of crashes on i-80. there are multiple crashes and rollovers in that area. westbound 80, usa parkway for traffic due to multiple crashes and rollovers. if you plan to travel expectation, speed seems to be the biggest contributor to the accidents this morning. i can't emphasis enough to take it slow. if you need help, call for assistance. drive safe nevada. >> i wanted to recap what she said, i-80 westbound near lockwood is closed, we have a crew headed there and we'll bring the latest as soon as it becomes available. a heads up this morning this monday january 8th. is martin luther king junior dave. it's rtc transit services will
how the spacecraft [ opening bell on the stock ex change ] a rough situation on wall street this morning, the market has been open 14 minutes and it actually touched below 16,000 on the dow, it has come up a little bit. look at the numbers, dow jones currently down 360 points and nasdaq down 2.5%, 112 points as well. here's some of the stories making financial headlines, a busy day in washington, there's three government reports due out today.
releases retail sales and november. the labor department releases producer numbers as well and they report on last month's industrial production and more on moratorium on core leases. the obama administration wants to review fees charged to mining companies and whether they provide a fair return to american taxpayers. the demand for coal has dwindled in recent jeers. sears holdings owns 952 k- stores. financial disclosure. they said there would be a small percentage of their overall stores. most of the closures will be k- mart stores. the company has been trying to reduce the number of stores it owns as consumers do more of their shopping online. dow jones is down 433
good morning to you, the snow we saw overnight last night has come to an end for almost everyone across the area. we're going to start a drier trend for the day. talk it easy out there on your morning commute today. 47 in town -- 3, and gusts could be higher than that. we're seeing mostly to partly cloudy skies, now, that the snow has come to an end, it will clear out. where there are wet and snow covered roads, they're going to stay that way and icy for the next couple of hours until the sun helps us get going and check this out, the snow came through during the overnight and early-morning hours. it petered out as we moved off to the south. we're looking at dry at this point for the rest of the day. that's how it looks on futurecast, the rest of date looking dry. >> by the time we got to tonight, the next round of moisture starts to arrive
-- we're not done yet, the seven-day forecast is pretty busy with additional rounds of morning, their sunday's round on the way in for futurecast as well. there's a winter winter in place, it might be cancelled earlier than 10. a lot of the winter weather advisories were already cancelled at this point, the winter weather advisory in white pine county keeps going until 1pm unless, of course, they cancel it earlier than that. highs in the 30s in northeastern nevada, partly cloudy skies for the winds today. winds decreasing for the day. anything out there it will decrease and let up for us as we head into the rest of the day, the afternoon hours included. highs in the 30s, morning winds letting off the area. we're going to see quieter conditions, highs in the 30s for western nevada at the lower elevations. seven-day forecast we have a busy seven-day even though it's
-- most of the day we've dried out, we'll see another round of moisture arrive by tonight and into tomorrow. moisture continues to be a very good chance out there for rest of that seven-day forecast with occasional rain and snow showers depending on elevation, so pretty active across much of that seven-day forecast, highs near average all the way across. well, jupiter orbiter juno has broken a record and traveled farther from the sun than any other spacecraft. it was launched from cape canaveral in florida and it broke the distance record wednesday when it reached more than 493 million miles from the sun. the previous record holder was the european space agency's rosetta spacecraft and it peaked out at the 432 million mark.
the 4th of this year. >> thanks tim. the republic can presidential field has become more combat active as the iowa caucuses draw near. >> we get the latest from reid benny. >> and then there were 7, a gop field, it's smaller than previous debates. they took center stage, donald trump and ted cruz. they've been friendly so far this primary season, but last night the gloves came off with the donald taking bare knuckle jabs at the immigration status and -- >> they're constitutional attorneys, he feels he is not born on the land he cannot run for office. >> and cruz snapping back that his mother was born in
>> i'm not going to use your mother's birth against him. >> not a lot of could be servives come out of manhattan, i'm just saying. >> with the spotlight on trump and cruz, the others stood out as alternatives. >> governor cristy hasten doored many of the ideas of president obama. >> as a senator you get to talk and talk and talk but as a governor -- i washed story time with president obama. >> they're undermining the constitutional bases of this government. >> he's missing the point. even though carly fiorina was dropped off the main stage, it's not going to stop her from campaigning, i should say. she'll be making a stop in reno this upcoming sunday, she'll be hosting a town hall meeting at the club house. the meeting will be held from 3
we're going to send it over minute. 11. scott birmingham is going to give his thoughts on the oscar nominees and the review of the hateful 8. we've got some winter fitness tips from the athletic club and we're going to get a preview of the professional bull riders event coming to town and, of course, a look at the forecast. the roads out there this morning, not nice. more on that coming up in less than five minutes. >> we'll be talking about colin kaepernick, what does that mean for the 49ers. this morning. it's quieting down. >> it's pretty much over, it's dried up for a lot of us a drier day across the area. the roads will improve as we head into the next few hours as
especially drying out, melting the ice and snow on the road and more moisture arrives tonight into tomorrow and that lasts on and off right through much of the next several days, still an active pattern. there will be dry breaks but there will be times of rain and snow showers all the way through on and off for the next several days. >> thank you for joining us everybody, and the today show is next on news 4. there will be a followup on the next