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>> i'm erica 3 (alex)>> brew haha is back in sparks... we'll have a sneak peek of this year's event coming up... 3 (samantha)>> plus... a years- long dispute between our community's fire agencies has finally come to an end.we'll have details on the settlement. 3 (bill)>> and... will he or won't he? supporters are wondering whether donald trump will show up for tonight's debate in iowa. these stories and more.. coming up on this thursday, january 28, 2016. 3 ((male voice: you're watching news 4 today on your side in high definition.)) 3 (bill)3 >> good morning 3 and thank you for choosing us to start your day. i'm bill frankmore.(sam)>> and i'm
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3 (bill)>> we begin this 3 morning with an update to a story we have been following on news 4... a longstanding lawsuit over the splitting of reno and truckee meadows fire agencies is now settled.the lawsuit was filed in september of 2014 by the city over unresolved costs from the 2012 deconsolidation of the agencies.so, now that things are settled what does that mean for each side...under the settlement, both sides have agreed to drop financial claims against the other.and the district will pay back workers compensation money it began withholding when reno filed the suit.in the end, truckee meadows will pay more
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worker's comp... plus interest to the city of reno.during yesterday's meeting... mayor hillary schieve actually brought up the possibility of consolidating the agencies again.here's what truckee meadows fire deputy chief tim leighton had to say about that. 3 (("whether it's my thoughts or someone else's thoughts, once again it's up the elected officials to set policy for both organizations and we're going to follow the direction that they give and if that's the direction they choose that's the route we take.")) 3 (bill)>> as for the settlement... mayor hillary schieve says she was so excited to make the announcement and prove that both the city and county could work together.... and stop spending taxpayer's money on this lawsuit. 3 (samantha)>> in a 4 to 2 vote... city council members also approved a 116-thousand dollar donation for the virginia lake water quality project.the donation allows for less money to be used from the capital improvement project and will help clean up the lake and the surrounding environment
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crisis continues to be a nightmare for residents and state officials in michigan. evidence shows lead may have been poisoning the water in flint for more than a year.but a state of emergency wasn't declared until three weeks ago. lead poisoning has very serious and dire health consequences. the situation is being called a national disgrace .. but this has happened in other american cities before. our water provider... the truckee meadows water authority... or tmwa... is weighing in on the issue... in this morning's "on your side" report... 3 ((sot: could what happened in flint michigan happen here? the situation in flint michigan really would not be likely to happen here just because of the way our infrastructure is set up. we're a much newer infrastructure, we have no lead pipe and we really do have a consistent water source. (samantha)>> "will raymond" says the dirty water in flint should have sounded alarms that something was terribly wrong.they say a change in water source .. lead pipes and a mix of the wrong
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while truckee meadows has the same regulatory oversight as the flint facility .. there is one big difference.tmwa is community owned. also .. raymond says in addition to the required regulatory testing .. tmwa does routine testing over and above what is required. 3 (samantha)>> to see the annual water quality reports .. visit our website at my news 4 dot com. 3 (bill and samantha)>>let's take a quick look outside...
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3 (bill, samantha)3 >> we'll toss it over to meteorologist tim studebaker.. your forecast for today...clouds and sun along with breezy conditions...increa sinn winds through the day into the night...very mild temperatures as well. any shower activity should stay mostly north of reno-sparks during the day today.right now...a quiet start to the day with partly cloudy skies and seasonably cool temperatures. current temperatures are seasonably cool...here are the current temperatures. looking for mild temperatures this afternoon.shower activity well north and west of reno-sparks should mostly stay in those areas. many of us stay dry today...but that not the case heading into the weekend. a
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futurecast.3 3 (sam)>> on the crime police are looking for a fifth vehicle that may have been involved in a crash- turned deadly shooting. monday evening... a reno police officer shot a man who allegedly took out a knife after being involved in a multi-vehicle crash.sparks police detective ken gallop says the suspect ... sergio alvarado-morales ... held the knife to his own throat after the crash near meadowood mall. gallop said the man moved toward officers after they gave warnings and used a taser. that's when they reportedly shot him. 3 (sam)>> no one else was seriously injured. several reno officers have been placed on administrative leave as sparks police take over the investigation. 3 (bill)>> and university police are investigating a report of a robbery and assault that happened yesterday afternoon.they say it occurred in the west stadium parking garage about 3 o'clock.police say they're interviewing the victim, and are still trying to figure out which of her belongings were
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suspects that were seen leaving the scene, heading north on virginia street. they are described as two white males wearing jeans and masks. anyone with information can call university police at the number on your screen. 3 (samantha)>> making legal news this morning... a federal judge has denied a new trial for a nevada trucking company... after a crash killed six people in 2011. battle mountain based "john davis trucking" is now ordered to pay more than 4- point-5 million dollars in damages to amtrak after one of their trucks crashed into a train.it happened about 60 miles outside reno on highway 95.the jurors concluded an inattentive truck driver .. who was also killed .. was primarily to blame for the crash. 3 (samantha)>> and a jury has sided with the peppermill resort spa casino in an 8 million dollar trade secrets case brought by grand sierra resort. the reno gazette- journal reports that the verdict was handed down yesterday... after a two-week trial. grand sierra had filed its lawsuit in 2013 after a corporate analyst for
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reset key to gather information from its slot machines. state investigators found the analyst had also collected data from at least 10 other nevada casinos. peppermill was fined 1 million dollars. grand sierra can still appeal the jury's decision. 3 (bill)>> an annual beer festival in northern nevada is of legal age this year.brew haha is turning 21 and the community is invited to celebrate.news 4's alex cannito is live with a look at what you can expect at this year's event. 3 (alex - live) 3 the brew haha beer festival and sierra arts foundation fundraiser is finally of legal drinking age! the 21st annual event will be held on friday, january 29, 2016 at the nugget casino resort, starting at 7 p.m. for vip ticket holders and 8 p.m. for general admission ticket holders.your ticket to brew haha gets you a commemorative pint tumbler, live music, all-you-can- responsibly drink tastings and more!for the past 20 years, brew haha has helped generate much-needed funding for the sierra arts foundation, which provides support for area art programs such as arts in education, the elder care concert series and the arts integration project. the event raised $34,679 for the sierra arts foundation in 2015. the nugget casino resort works closely with sierra arts
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event. local and regional beverage distributors donate all of the beer for the event. more than 100 different brews will be available for unlimited tastings at brew haha. event-goers will be able to sample seasonal and microbrew varieties that they won't be able to try anywhere else!vip ticket holders will gain early access to the event at 7 p.m., giving them an extra hour to enjoy the delicious brews offered at brew haha. they'll also be entered into a special raffle to win one of 10 great prizes! vips will enjoy special seating and the chance to chat with brewers before the general admission ticket
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3 (alex - live)3 reporting live, alex cannito. back to you. 3 (samantha)>> happening today ... "wild garlic pizza and pub" is hosting its first 'pizzart' event...benefiting verdi elementary school the event will take place at its newest location.... 170 south virginia street. it runs from 7 to 9 tonight... for 20 dollars.. each person will enjoy a variety of hors d'oeuvres .. plus 2 adult beverages. local artist billy brooks will also host an art exhibit...featuring several of his works. a portion of tonight's proceeds will benefit verdi elementary....a school that lacks in funding compared to other washoe county schools because it has only 200 students... compared to more than 500 students at other schools.. 3 swoosh sound 3 (bill)>> while much of the country is still digging out from the blizzard.... >>
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damage south of the equator... we have the story coming up after the break. 3 (sam)>> plus... hillary clinton's campaign is arguing she never sent or received classified information through her private server. what constitutes a classified document? we'll explain after
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3 >> former secretary of state hillary clinton says she did nothing wrong by sending or receiving e-mails on her private server during her of state. it's caused controversy over *how our government agencies communicate.(bill)>> national correspondent jeff barnd talked to two experts about how government secrets are classified ...and how clinton's case seems to raise more questions than give answers. 3 (( this executive order signed more than 5 years ago by president obama lays out guidelines of how all federal employees decide what documents get classified. /graphic/ "the original classification authority determines that the unauthorized disclosure of information reasonably could be expected to result in
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security." /s0t/ kim holmes for barnd ftp politics - 2:01 "any information that's in those documents is by definition "classified".. so, you're not supposed to convey that information through a non- classified source or medium." 2:09/vo/ and according to dr. holmesa& former assistant secretary of state under george w busha& unless a federal agency pursues a complex *declassification* processa& the data remain markeda& and classified. /sot/ /vo/ but mrs clinton maintains the emails in question on her personal server were *not* marked classified./sot/ po-139-th hillary :16 "it doesn't change the fact that i never sent or received any material *marked* classified" :21 /vo/dr holmes says an unclassified email can *later* be classified after being sent-but its *rare* when the information threatens national security --- he says if the documents *were* marked classified and those *markings* disappeared during secretary clinton's tenurea& they were *likely* deleted/sot/ 5:11 holmes- that does not information was not classified." 5:15/vo/ the intelligence community has many levels of highly classified e-mail systems.. including a pentagon-run network of secret and "top
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/bridge/ all systems are *air-gapped *a& meaning you *can't* e-mail from one level to the othera& yet more than 1300 emails on secretary clinton's home server reportedly contain classified and even *top-secret* data... /sot/ shaffer on hillary 2:08 - "to transer infnfmation between the 2 systems, you have to physically take documents, stick 'em into a computer and transfer them or scan them in. 2:15/vo/ mrs. clinton is forging ahead just days from the iowa caucus. she says she's answered every question and will continue to do so. in washingtona& im jeff barnd)) 3 (bill and sam)>> we'll toss it 3 over to meteorologist tim studebaker. 3 for today...clouds and sun with increasing winds...and an isolated shower is possible
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start to the day with partly cloudy skies and seasonably cool temperatures.current temperatures are seasonably cool...here are the current temperatures. looking for mild temperatures this afternoon.shower activity well north and west of reno-sparks should mostly stay in those areas. many of us stay dry today...but that not the case heading into the weekend. a look at that coming up on futurecast.on futurecast...most moisture stays north of us today...with increasing winds especially into the night tonight. increasing rain chances into friday at most elevations...with showers continuing through the day into the night on and off in nature...changing to snow friday night at higher elevations with snow showers mixing in with rain showers possible down to the valley floor by saturday morning into the afternoon. your forecast for today...clouds and sun along with breezy conditions...increasinn winds through the day into the night...very mild temperatures as well. any shower activity should stay mostly north of reno-sparks during the day today.shower chances continue friday through sunday with snow showers mixing in depending on elevation. things quiet down as we head
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3 (tim)3 >>it seemed there was water everywhere yesterday parts of southeast australia. cars were submerged and buildings
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caused flash flooding outside melbourne.state emergency services received almost 500 calls for help.several people had to be rescued .. as homes and businesses were flooded. clean up continues today... with homeowners and restaurant workers returning to survey the damage. 3 swoosh sound 3 (bill)>> new developments overnight.. concerning the takeover of a wildlife refuge up in oregon .>> what ammon bundy is telling his supporters this morning. 3 (samantha)>> plus... more harsh words between gop candidates donald trump and ted cruz...the battle heats up before tonight's presidential debate. 3 (tim)>> and here's a look at your flight delays this morning.
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3 **stinger music**(sam)3 >> it's all the buzz in politics this morning ...
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without donald trump.will being a no- show help or hurt him in iowa?(samantha)>> tracie potts has that story from washington this morning. 3 new this am swoosh sound 3 (( tracie added about :18 off the top .. latest poll info) ((donald trump's feud with fox news and anchor megan kelly has led to one less 3 candidate on stage tonight. ("the o'reilly factor"/ fox news) super burned in(sot: donald trump/ (r) presidential candidate :07-:09)"i don't like being taken advantage of." fox confirms: there will be no empty podium. trump tells south carolina voters it's what the u-s should've done with the iran nuclear deal: (sot: donald trump/ (r) presidential candidate :17-:21)"you just walk out. you leave. that's what you do." ted cruz challenged trump to a one-on-one saturday - he's even reserved a spot. trump has a competing event. (sot: ted cruz/ (r) presidential candidate :28-:36)"he doesn't want to answer questions from the men and women of iowa about how his record doesn't
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drawing attention to where cruz was born, trump tweets: "can we do it in canada?"other candidates are ready to move on:(sot: marco rubio/ (r) presidential candidate greatest show on earth. this is not a show. this is serious!"chris christie main stage:(sot: chris christie/ (r) presidential candidate :53-1:08)"did i whine and moan? did i refuse to show up? did i hold my breath and stomp my feet? no, i said give me a podium and a microphone." flash "you don't walk away, you stand up and fight." (--- reporter live tag ---)there's no clear answer this morning whether iowa voters will be offended... or impressed.i'm tracie potts in washington, now back to you. )) 3 (samantha)>> this morning.. ammon bundy is asking his supporters to stand down, go home and let those who have been arrested continue their fight in the courts.bundy and seven others arrested for their part in occupying a government building in oregon made their initial court appearances yesterday...bundy and the others are currently
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conspiracy to impede or injure an officer.a detention hearing will be held for the defendants tomorrow... to determine if they'll be released. 3 (samantha)>> meanwhile... three more protesters occupying an oregon wildlife refugee have been taken into police custody.the three turned themselves in last night.arrested are 43-year-old "jason patrick" of georgia, 45-year-old "duane leo ehmer" of oregon and 34-year-old "dylan wade anderson" of utah. so far... 11 members of the group that has occupied the malheur national wildlife refuge have been arrested. an occupier says that seven people remain on the refuge. 3 (bill)>>today is international data privacy day ..it's observed every year on january 28th and is intended to serve as a reminder to protect and safeguard private data.the council of europe initiated data privacy day back in 20- 07.if you want tips on keeping your online information safe, you can go to stay-safe-online dot org for suggestions.
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capital is cracking down on drivers who didn't move their cars before last weekend's snow storm.washington d-c parking officials have issued more than a million dollars in parking tickets .. levying an additional 65-thousand in fines.also .. the city is towing more than 600 vehicles from city streets.tickets run 250 -dollars .. tow charges another hundred dollars and the city charges a daily fee of 25 dollars until the car is picked up. the mayor had warned people to get their vehicles out of the way and "off" snow emergency routes before the storm started. 3 swoosh sound 3 (bill)>> a local teacher is being honored for her outstanding work....>> in the next half hour of news 4 today... we'll introduce you to our "exscellence in education" award winner.... 3 3 3 "
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sparks... we'll have a sneak peek of this year's event coming up... 3 (bill)>> plus ... a local elementary school teacher is on administrative leave while an investigation is underway. what the teacher is accused of doing. 3 ((insurance is a gamble. it's based on risk. we don't know what's going to happen )) (samantha)>> and... the healthcare deadline is rapidly approaching, and for many, that means a race against the clock for fines.these stories and more.. coming up on this thursday, january 28, 2016. . 3 ((male voice: you're watching news 4 today on your side in high definition.)) 3 (sam)3 >> good morning and thank you for choosing us to start your day. i'm samantha boatman.
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3 (samantha)>> we begin this half hour with a story you will see only on news 4...a reno teacher is on administrative leave and is under investigation .. according to the washoe county school district. the allegations against the stead elementary teacher include inappropriately touching students. victoria campbell
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responded to news 4 in a statement saying:"in response to your question: there is an investigation underway at stead elementary school. a teacher has been placed on administrative leave pending the outcome of this investigation." 3 (samantha)>> news 4 spoke with a couple of concerned parents. they say they're disappointed that the school did not inform all parents about the situation earlier. 3 ((i just hope that in the future that they react a little bit more faster because when it comes to children, you know, you teach the children , you know, how to try to defend themselves )) 3 (samantha)>> victoria campbell says washoe county school police are handling the investigation.she could not confirm when the reports were first made, or when the teacher was placed on leaveby state law, school officials are to make mandatory reports no later than 24 hours if it's suspected that a child is a victim of abuse. 3 (bill)>> it started at midnight.... northern
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homeless.it is called the washoe county homeless youth "point in time" count."build our center" and the nevada youth empowerment program are hosting the event in downtown reno.businesses throughout the community are suppppting the event by providing food, clothing and other resources. event organizers say the event is important because it helps them do so much more than just provide necessities to these kids. 3 ((tanzer: "it's hugely important because the numbers that we count today impact the revenue that comes into our state to for homelessness. we are already overburdened in our shadows... or in our shelters here in washoe county and of for youth, we don't have a specific youth shelter available. so we need as many people as possible and do the best job that we can so that when the states are submitting funding, that they know it is a necessity here.")) 3 (bill)>> as we said.. the event started at midnight. and it runs through midnight tonight at west street plaza... for more information... visit my news 4 dot com.
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take a quick look outside... current conditions and skycam 3 (bill and samantha)3 >> we'll toss it over to meteorologist tim studebaker... your forecast for today...clouds and 3 sun along with breezy conditions...increasinn winds through the day into the night...very mild temperatures as well. any shower activity should stay mostly north of reno-sparks during the day today.right now...a quiet start to the day with partly cloudy skies and seasonably
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temperatures are seasonably cool...here are the current temperatures. looking for mild temperatures this afternoon.shower activity well north and west of reno-sparks should mostly stay in those areas. many of us stay dry today...but that not the case heading into the weekend. a look at that coming up on futurecast. 3 (bill)>> a teacher at galena high school is happy to be on what you could call her "home turf" and this month she is news four's excellence in education award winner!((5:41
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to come on over. ))3 ms. dugan was more than a little surprised... as she was teaching shakespeare when we walked into the auditorium to present the award.dugan has been teaching english for 5 years at galena. she works with freshman who need extra support and those who are accelerated.her colleagues say her passion for english is contagious... and her students grow tremendously under her watch.not too long ago ....dugan was a student herself at galena and she remembers the impact her teachers had on her. 3 ((8:51 " i just had wonderful teachers who were so fabulous and i realloy wanted to be someone who was able to make a difference in student's lives and make them have a fun high school experience and push them as far as they can go." )) 3 (bill)>> if you know of another excellent teacher...email us or send a letter to the station on vassar street.
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celebrating its 21st birthday this year... and you're invited to join the party.news 4's alex cannito is live from victorian avenue with a sneak peek of this year's event. 3 (alex - live) 3 the brew haha beer festival and sierra arts foundation fundraiser is finally of legal drinking age! the 21st annual event will be held on friday, january 29, 2016 at the nugget casino resort, starting at 7 p.m. for vip ticket holders and 8 p.m. for general admission ticket holders.your ticket to brew haha gets you a commemorative pint tumbler, live music, all-you-can- responsibly drink tastings and more!for the past 20 years, brew haha has helped generate much-needed funding for the sierra arts foundation, which provides support for area art programs such as arts in education, the elder care concert series and the arts integration project. the event raised $34,679 for the sierra arts foundation in 2015. the nugget casino resort works closely with sierra arts foundation to produce the event. local and regional beverage distributors donate all of the beer for the event. more than 100 different brews will be available for unlimited tastings at brew haha. event-goers will be able to sample seasonal and microbrew varieties that they won't be able to try anywhere else!vip ticket holders will gain early access to the event at 7 p.m., giving them an
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brew haha. they'll also be entered into a special raffle to win one of 10 great prizes! vips will enjoy special seating and the chance to chat with brewers before the general admission ticket holders arrive. 3 (alex - live)3 reporting live, alex cannito. back to you. 3 swoosh sound 3 (bill)>> the health insurance enrollment deadline is just days away>> why some millenials are saying it's more cost effective for them to just pay the penalty... for not having health insurance. the story.. when we return. 3 3 3 " news 4
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3 (bill)>> if you haven't signed up for health coverage in 2016 yet... you have just three more days to enroll... or you could face some pretty hefty fines...the deadline is this sunday at midnight... but insurance experts say you should get online as soon as possible... because the website tends to get bogged down as the deadline nears.if you miss that cutoff... you'll have to pay.the penalty for not having insurance is nearly 700- dollars... or two- point- five percent of your taxable income...and on top of having to pay a fee... a local insurance broker says it's not smart to be without healthcare... 3 ((insurance is a gamble. it's based on risk. we don't'tnow what's going to happen. you can always plan for the scheduled doctor visits you have with your favorite provider, but nobody can plan for the what-if emergency
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3 (bill)>> some people say the gamble is worth the risk though...they plan on paying the penalty fee... because they say it's cheaper than paying for insurance every month...to learn how many people are still uninsured in the state of nevada... head to my news four dot com. 3 swoosh sound 3 (sam)>> it would be enough to scare anyone nearly half to death.... what a 99- year old woman in florida... found sleeping in her bed... the story .. when we return. 3 (sam)>> and if you have a facebook account, be sure to "like" krnv news 4!become a fan of our own facebook page and be a part of the discussion. 3 3 "
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3 woman in south miami, florida... got quite a scare... when an exotic animal woke her up in the middle of the night.it's called a kinkajou... and it curled up and took a nap on her chest as she slept. the animal is native to central and south america ... it's in the raccoon family. but officials
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a pet... her name is banana. somehow, banana must have escaped... 3 (( "not expecting anything, she opens her eyes and sees an animal laying there. i guess she thought maybe it was a cat, but once they got a look at each other, classic, both of them screamed, both of them ran. )) 3 (samantha)>> relatives and friends caught the creature and brought banana to a vet, to be reunited with her owner. 3 (bill)3 >> lunar new year celebrations were in "full swing" at the singapore zoo yesterday..... when some of the residents prepared to welcome in their very own new year. according to the lunar calendar, february 8th will the "year of the monkey" ... and the zoo presented its monkeys with traditional festive red envelopes...full of all their favorite treats. the critically endangered animals were offered fruit and worms
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non- explosive firecrackers. 3 (samantha)>> one of the 3 world's top acrobatic paragliders recently fulfilled a lifelong dream... he flew under the northern lights skies .... above the arctic circle in norway.the paraglider prepared his equipment, then soared beneath the aurora borealis.he had to overcome snow storms, frozen wires and low visibility in temperatures far below freezing. but he finally got to fulfill his dream. 3 (bill and samantha)>> we'll toss it over to meteorologist tim studebaker... 3 for today...clouds and sun with increasing winds...and an isolated shower is possible well to the north of reno- sparks.3 right now...a quiet start to
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skies and seasonably cool temperatures.3 current temperatures are seasonably cool...here are the current temperatures. looking for mild temperatures this afternoon.shower activity well north and west of reno-sparks should mostly stay in those areas. many of us stay dry today...but that not the case heading into the weekend. a look at that coming up on futurecast.on futurecast...most moisture stays north of us today...with increasing winds especially into the night tonight. increasing rain chances into friday at most elevations...with showers continuing through the day into the night on and off in nature...changing to snow friday night at higher elevations with snow showers mixing in with rain showers possible down to the valley floor by saturday morning into the afternoon. your forecast for today...clouds and sun along with breezy conditions...increasinn winds through the day into the night...very mild temperatures as well. any shower activity should stay mostly north of reno-sparks during the day
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friday through sunday with snow showers mixing in depending on elevation. things quiet down as we head
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3 stinger with trailing music continues with 3 (( it's been a milestone 32 years in the making...nevada women's basketball coach jane albright went into the night just one win away from the 500th of her college career... nevada on the road at san diego state...pick things up in the second quarter, pack on the move...the kick to the corner and riana everidge... the freshman knocks down the three ball, nevada is up three...to the third, nevada still up three...kelsey kaelin off the dribble, she will hit the little pullup jumper in the lane and nevada leads it by five...then its nevada on the run again...stephanie schmid can't score but a-j cephas is there for the rebound and the putback...jane albright gets the 500th win of her career...nevada tops san diego state 70-64...the wolf
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one slip away at home last night...nevada and san diego state in the 500th game to ever be played at lawlor events center by the pack men...nevada led for more than 26 minutes of the contest, and had an eight point cushion with just over six minutes to go in the game...but san diego state rallied and went on a 13-3 run in the final six minutes to take a 57-54 victory and remain undefeated in mountain west conference play...senior guard marqueze coleman led the pack with 21 points, that's the ninth time this season he's gone for more than 20 in a game...the guys were understandably
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so up next for the 3 pack men is a trip to logan for a showdown with an old rival...nevada will face utah state on saturday night...the aggies sit at 11-8 overall and 3-5 in mountain west conference play after losing by 15 at san diego state over the weekend...tipoff is set for 6:00pm northern nevada time...national signing day is right around the corner for and the wolf pack football program is holding an event that will let fans get insight on their incoming class... nevada will host a national signing day dinner event from 6-8 p-m at the peppermill next wednesday, february 3rd...head coach brian polian will introduce his class and talk about each signee and show highlight tapes of the players...cost of admission is just 25 bucks, and includes food at the event, but you have to register in advance... members of the blitz can attend for free...go to nevada wolf pack.com and click on football, they have a link for you there... the golden state warriors have been dominant so far this season at home...
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arena during this campaign... dubs in the friendly confines against the dallas mavericks... and playing the role of bay area hero tonight was klay thompson...in the first, thompson from the corner for three, that falls and the warriors are up 11 early... later on, more from klay...he goes right at former nevada seven footer javale mcgee... easy finger roll, thompson with 45 points on the night, hitting 14 of 20 shots... golden state rolls at home over dallas, 127-107...that'll do it for sports, i'm bryan samudio...)) 3
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3 we are back it is finally -- celebrating its first 20%. a recent agreement between the city of reno and washoe county could have major benefits for taxpayers. we will tell you what's going to go on at the council meeting tonight. a teacher at in a military school was placed on administrative leave. all straight ahead. good thursday, it is the second hour of news 4 today. >> it is 6 am on your thursday morning.
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there are only three days left until the deadline to enroll in healthcare before getting find. >> yes, we are understanding that a lot of people are actually paying the fine instead of getting insurance. >> they say it is more cost- effective than to pay for the health insurance. millennial's are included. >> they seem to be the biggest group. they are renting more, instead of buying homes as well. that's kind of their strategy when it comes to finances. and investments and kind of stuff like that. we will have more on that drought the day. also, donald trump will he or won't he in tonight's debate. begin tonight with reno and washoe county coming to an agreement. if a settlement that benefits taxpayers. here is what the agreement means for the city, the county, and the taxpayers.>> reporter:
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divorce that led to an expansion between the truckee meadows department. >> we have hashed it out, and i think that it is a fair balance, and i think it's important that the litigation stop. 4 after they the consolidated in 2012 conflict arose in the city of reno -- and the city of reno filed a lawsuit. more than a year later the city and county officials stood side- by-side to announce a settlement pick >> everyone was sick and tired of fighting. you have a lot of new elected leaders here, and they really want to make a difference and put the pettiness aside and that's what i really saw come together in this agreement. >> reporter: wednesdays settlement saved both sides hundreds of thousands of
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>> all of us are in this together. we all live here together, and better. and i think, that we owe it to our citizens and our cells to really do that in to step it up that and step it up. >> they withheld worker compensation to offset their claims now that it settled they will pay more than $400,000 in workers comp interests to the city of reno. city council members also approved a $116,000 donation for the virginia lake water quality project. it allows for less money to be used in the capitol improvement project that will help clean up the lake and surrounding environment. a federal judge has denied a case that killed six people in 2011. john davis trucking is ordered to pay more than $4.5 million
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of theirs trucks -- their trucks crashed into their train. the jurors concluded that the truck driver was partially to blame for the crash. a carson city judge has overturned a nevada man's driving under a can -- driving under the influence. they said it wasn't enough to convict him copy crime lab technician did not control all of the stages necessary to prove his blood was above the legal limit. deputies say that he was found asleep in the driver seat of his car after reportedly leaving the bar near the capitol dear -- at the legislative session. he said it with a huge weight off of his shoulders. a reno teacher is under investigation according to the washoe county school district.
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students, news 4 spoke to concern parents who say school officials were not forthcoming about this. you have confirmed the investigation and the torah campbell with the school district wrote a statement saying in response to your question, there is an investigation underway, the teacher has been placed on administrative leave pending the outcome of this investigation. a couple of concern parents say they are disappointed that they were not informed earlier. >> i just hope in the future that they react a little bit faster. because when it comes to the children, you know you teacher children how to try to defend themselves.>> campbell says that the washoe school police is handling that investigation. she could not confirm the reports were made or when the teacher was placed on leave. they are made -- they are required to make mandatory reports if it is expected that
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the story is still developing but the teacher is out of the classroom as police investigate whether or not a crime has been committed. all right, six minutes after the hour, traffic is picking up as we get started on your thursday. we will see what we are looking like are the winds kicking up today? >> it will be pretty breezy, and then it will pick up in the night tonight. it will be a pretty overnight into your friday. it might be one of those nights. that is going to be the case as the storm starts to approach. a little breezy this afternoon. also copy rain starts to arrive tonight into tomorrow for the sierra and spilling over into western nevada. and it's into this weekend, it will be one of the situations where we see some dry times in the valleys, but it will continue to pile up in the mountains. it will be a wet snow in the mountains with the snow level
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pretty much all elevations in the sierra should start as rain during the night tonight and tomorrow and change over into snow tomorrow night. 64 reno sparks, increasing winds, 10 to 15 miles per hour, and increasing tonight becoming pretty gusty tonight. it will continue to be gusty into tomorrow as well. 30 in reno-sparks. there are partly cloudy skies, in temperatures are in the teens and 30s this morning. we are in a single digits on the eastern side of the state. clear skies out to the eastern side of the state clouds are filling in for western nevada. a couple of showers making their way into far north central eastern california. north of us today, north of the lake, couple of shower chances possible, filling in as we head into the weekend. it will talk about that coming up.
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let's hoist up a glass, and annual beer festival is of legal age we are talking about the celebration that is turning 21 we have alex candida life with a look at what you can expect. >> reporter: good morning. you're saying happy 21st birthday some pretty exciting stuff. and yes of course, there will be delicious beer but it's for a great cause about where this money is going. good morning. >> good morning. >> tell us what the sierra arts foundation is in let's talk about the programming where is the money going to be going? >> we provide artists that we pay to go into washout -- washoe county schools. we have artists that give lessons one-on-one music lessons to kids in other schools. and, we provide concerts for
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facilities. gosh, we have a whole bunch of programming. that is kind of everything that we do, and it's really providing arts to people in the community. it's really making our community better. >> reporter: arts really is a big part of our community. we see this every summer, wife is important that people come out tomorrow doctors for a good time but to support because? >> it is our biggest fundraiser, so we operate, like all the other nonprofit agencies we rely on grant, the rely on memberships. and donations from people. so, the last few years have been difficult for everyone. and we are kind of coming out of that into bed looking forward to this being a really big party this year. and making some money for us.>> especially in the 21st birthday, some exciting stuff if you still to buy tickets you are in luck but today is a day to do it because they got $10
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morning. reporting live back to you. thank you, alex. a mosquito borne virus has spread to 21 countries and is linked to severe -- i'm sorry counties. it is linked to severe birth defects. it raises the question if it can come here. the only person -- the only way someone can be affected is if it gets bit by the mosquito. it is unfortunately not found in nevada. -- it is fortunately not found in nevada. there have been pockets in california, but the sierra mountains act as a barrier. >> it is possible that we can see cases of the david barnum virus. -- and then 12 -- zika virus.
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avoid travel mainly in central and south america. if you are without health care you only have three more days to sign up, the open enrollment period, the us department of health is josh -- and human services has more people signed up. they say the silver state has a ways to go. last year 20% were still uninsured. this year, nevada health and estimates about 14% will be without healthcare. if you do not enroll by sunday at midnight will face a penalty payment of nearly $700 or 2.5% of your taxable income. some people are okay with that monthly fee. to learn more about why some people are purposely paying that the, head to our website
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the ballpark is set to give it million dollars in upgrades including hd video screens. even though ballpark officials were not able to afford principal payments towards the construction part of the ballpark laster. they could only pay a little more than $2 million this is of course to the annual report the officials are required to provide we know city council members and developers include billionaire herb simon continue to search for refinancing. new upgrades which will be privately funded are to keep the ballpark in first class position according to ballpark officials. some of the federal reserve has decided to leave its interest
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what led to the decision.
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wade at nevada humane society. this little gal is cranberry. she is likable, entertaining, and happy-go-lucky. she loves everybody. of course, with all adoptions we want you to bring the whole family down. that way, we can make sure that cranberry is a right fit. she is a sweetie and loves method -- nothing more than to sit in her lap. cranberry is for adoption at our reno shelter, we are open seven days a week. do not forget, we also have a location in carson city. you can do all of those adoptable animals at our website. we will see you then. the federal reserve is leaving its key interest rates as is. noting that the economy lost momentum at the end of last month they raised rates for the first time in nearly a decade. they were widely expected to
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the job market has improved but acknowledged that economic growth slowed at the end of 2015, they gave no sign that it will change its plans to raise interest rates. but it will continue monitoring global accounting developments -- economics of elements. a whopping 24 million americans are expected to take out a personal loan is according to a new study released today. the 24 million include 10 million or very likely to take out a personal loan and 14 million who are somewhat likely. some experts say that the actual number could be higher. since three in 10 americans have no emergency savings and are just one planned -- unplanned expense away from needing money in a hurry. trying to improve the right feedback for its drivers and riders uber says they will start to check whether there
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smartphone gps app. that data will be used to verify feedback from writers. in a company blog post the chief security officer wrote, if a writer can -- if a writer complaint, we can review that trip using the data. if the feedback is accurate then we can get in touch with that driver. >> we need to toughen up a little bit. come on. >> yeah, those things can be crazy. let's get your weather with tim. it could be a rocky drive it sounds like? >> yes, we have rain in the sierra, and changing over to snow friday to saturday. and another round on sunday. it could be a bit of a tough go. 30 in reno, 9 degrees in eureka, 25 in tona. temperatures are
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as well as partly to mostly cloudy skies. clouds are beginning to advanced once again, mixing in with the sunshine once again, the couple of isolated showers, the bulk of the moisture is still well off to our north and west. it will stay to the north. it is kind of dissipating. then as we head into tonight the chance for to go up, then eventually spilling over and parts of west about it, we have seen that before. this time around the snow levels are pretty high up. that's going to make the snow pretty heavy and wet, and heavy wet snow will continue to fall into your friday night as the snow levels start to drop back. into western nevada, it will be step -- spilling over at times. a mix of rain and snow showers for your saturday into sunday once the cold front consider. incoming storm system, we will focus on the tahoe area were looking at lake level cccxxvi
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inches of wet -- three 3 to 6 inches of heavy wet snow. and tomorrow and sunday it could get as high as 100 miles per hour. in the 395 corridor 2 to 4 inches of snow. and in the crest 10 to 18 inches of snow. that does not start until 10 pm on friday. and gusty winds in the southern sierra. seven-day forecast, there is a storm system. breezy today, increasing went tonight, and pretty windy overnight. in the moisture starts to arrive as we head into your friday and saturday. high snow levels at first lowering. today is the last winter to be -- the last winter to be entered. >> i think tomorrow is the last
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we have all five days in the last one will be drawn tomorrow and announced that 4 pm. >> it's the second to last chance. >> it's an awesome trip. the las vegas motor speedway is giving away a weekend trip for two to the march force -- march 4-6 nascar weekend. it will collect five names. then we will announce the big winner this friday which is tomorrow on news 4 at 4 pm. 60 to 70 as our -- 23 560 to 70 is our number. which school started the daily college newspaper was at harvard, yale, or princeton?>> all right, still to come there's a new bundle of joy in hollywood we will pay what famous -- what we will tell you
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baby. coming up, donald trump is not tacking up -- backing down. how should the other candidate at -- handle his absence tonight? the today show comes up and 35 minutes. have a lot to talk about including the weather. but first, let's see you are winner is
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for you knowing our answer. on today's date in 1870 which university started the first newspaper? >> i'm going to say harvard. >> i'm going to agree with samantha. >> it's yale, sorry guys. >> okay. tyra banks is a new mom. she revealed her new baby boy wednesday evening on social media.>> yes, her longtime boyfriend is the child's father. the little boy is named york banks she was carried -- he was carried by a surrogate mother. it comes just after she posted the picture to her followers on instagram. >> it is the couple's first
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he one of the areas biggest event is back and we are going to tell you all about it. this one will not want to miss. good thursday, come to the last half-hour, brian smith annulment. >> as we get you going, thank you for staying with us. alex is going to be joining us with a beer event.>> i remember
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>> we have a storm approaching also. first, today of course his genuine 28, which means this marks the 30th anniversary of the challenger tragedy. they will pay tribute to apollo 1 and space shuttle challenger. as well as other national -- nasa colleagues, 11 members of the challenger crew died on the morning of january 28, 1986 when a booster engine failed causing it to break apart just 73 seconds from launch. long-standing lawsuit over these letting us truckee and meadow fire agencies it was settled over unresolved costs the d consolidation of the agencies. the question is what does this mean?
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decided to drop financial claims against each other and they will pay back workers compensation money it began withholding when reno final this -- filed the suit. they will play -- they will pay it back plus interest. during the meeting, the mayor brought up the possibility of consolidating it once again. here is the deputy chief. >> whether it is my thoughts or some analysis thoughts, once again it's up to -- or somebody else's thoughts, once again it's up to that individual. if that's the direction that they use, then that's the one that i will take.>> as for the settlement, the mayor says that she was so excited to make the announcement that both the city and the county could work together, and stop spending taxpayers money on the lawsuit. healthcare 2016, you only have three more days to sign up. the us department of health and
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80,000 of the vatican's have road -- of nevada resident artist find a. -- are ready signed up. luster 20% were uninsured, this year the estimate 14% are still without healthcare. if you do not enroll by sunday at midnight you face a penalty payment of nearly $700 or 2.5% of your taxable income. it is a 33, brouhaha is show it -- sharing it 21st anniversary. here is alex with a sneak peek of the event. >> reporter: hello, i lost my train of thought earlier but, this is going to be tomorrow, you will not want to miss this. to talk about the event we are joined by jazz good morning.
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4 you are one of the several people serving beer tomorrow what can people expect from your booth clock >> we will have at least six beers, and all the things that you can get, bottles along with specialty beers. >> you absolutely do, now, here for the event 21 years, big milestone, it turns 21, you have been participating for 14 years. what have those past 14 years been like and what are you look for in forward to? >> it's just great fun talking to all the other brewers. and getting to try everyone else's beers. >> and we have a lot of your events, what sets this apart? >> the quantity of beer, and all of the local breweries, it's a great event. >> the event does start at 8 am tomorrow it opens an hour earlier for vip. his it's really cool, you buy your tickets i would say why
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they got $10 tomorrow he will announce a pay that much money, the event will be really fun. make sure you visit our website mynews4.com we will have the link to a you can buy your
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>> reporting live, back to you. welcome back, how does this sound, aces ballpark is set to get $1.2 million in upgrades, including hd video, surroundsound this year. even though ballpark officials were not able to afford principles towards the that last year. they could only have a little
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and interest expenses, this is according to an annual report they are provided -- they required to provide. they still have $63 million of outstanding debt. developers including billionaire herb simon continue to search for refinancing options. the new upgrade are to keep the ballpark in first class position according to park officials. might have the new upgrades. >> will be nice when soccer officials come to a's ballpark. >> yes, it's a beautiful thing. >> a quick peek outside speaking of beautiful that sun is starting to come up and noticing that it is starting to's day lighter and lighter throughout the evening. >> yes, the days are starting to get longer and the shortest day of the year is behind us that was back in late december. now the days are getting longer and we're starting to notice that. and once the weather calms down, will start talking about sunrise and sunset times.
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we have wind picking up, and especially into the next breeze. and, rain is arriving in the sierra tonight and spilling over into western nevada as we head through saturday and sunday also changing over to snow in the mountains as we go through the next few days. but that first day is mostly rain for most elevations that's all something we will have coming up in a few minutes. for now, let's talk about today. let's talk about the winds increasing. it's pretty breezy by the afternoon and increasing even further into the night tonight. that 10% chart chance that refers to north of reno sparks. that's where we are watching the best chances for any shower activity. that is not the main bulk of the storms that is yet to come. 30 degrees in town right now calm winds and partly to mostly cloudy skies starting off in the teens 20s and 30s, although, eastern nevada is in the single
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the cards are moving from west to east and cost signaling the arrival of her neck storm system, the winds will increase again today in the main bulk of the moisture weights. we will talk about the timing coming up. all right, thank you. so far, -- speaking to trooper duncan about the roads. >> we are crash free with no slowdown's report. it does look like our storm is pushing into the area, this gives you another chance to make sure that your car is prepared those wiper blades and white -- washer fluid have you made the change? are you going to run that risk again of your windshield freezing up? just a small tip make sure winter driving a bit more comfortable have another great day. keep those seatbelts on and
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thank you, take a look, kicking off this morning facebook is looking really good. also, what is now being
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was imported from [applause] >> you are looking at the opening bell, it opened up 14 minutes ago. currently up 96 points, albeit facebook shareholders, how about some good earnings there? it is up 13% hundred seven dollars a share. asian shares rose slightly and oil prices after climbing in a previous session, while airline in no rush to pass on fools rush appeal savings. the houston travel market has left them with little choice.
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conscious energy executives back into the air. according to an analysis of ticket prices, crude oil, it has maybe travel market on airline revenues. its value is estimated at 2.8 on airline revenues. its value is estimated at $2.8 billion. in 2014. american gun maker is announcing plans for the ak-47 assault rifle in florida. the company previously imported weapons from the original manufactures. it began producing them in pennsylvania last year when president. obama imposed sanctions to russia after its annexation of crimea. they launched new rifles and shotguns at a fire arms conference last week including the high-capacity magazines
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they are among the most popular assault rifles they have spiked in value since it halted. all righty, the judge owns -- the tao is still out. a storm on the way but for now, things are pretty quiet about -- around the area. a cold dark and eastern nevada. central and eastern parts of the state above average temperatures later today near the 600 mark. as our storm system starts to approach, also clouds are an increase. a couple of white minor showers way up in northeastern california. anything that falls will be mostly north of the area, north of the midlake that's where we are looking for any isolated shower activity. the bulk of the moisture is still off of the coast. it will start to arrive mostly into the overnight hours by the evening maybe a couple of
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into parts of illinois. on the day on friday, this will add a lot of weight to the snow are ready up there. then, as we head into friday night the snow level starts to drop so the sierra starts to change over and eventually, spill over for the weekend. heading through the weekend into western nevada. there are some alerts out there. last time we talked about this, this time around we're going to focus in on some of the wind. and under a high wind watch in that is for southwest winds, 45 to 65 most power, winds up to 60 miles power that goes into effect tomorrow morning. and then pyramid lake is under a lake wind advisory starting. early in the morning going into saturday morning. gusting to 45 waves are on the lake of 2 to 4 feet.
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storm system breezy today, rain arrives tonight into tomorrow. it is spilling over at times late on friday into the weekend for western novalis -- nevada valleys. and by saturday and sunday we could see a few flakes.>> all right. the leader of a refugee once his followers to lead -- leave. he and several followers were arrested on several charges. we have the story. >> reporter: please, standdown. please standdown. >> the organ protest leader is reading and asking followers to end the occupation at the international wildlife rescue's feis refuge. >> go home and hug your families. the fight is ours for now. in the courts. >> it came a day after the
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by police during the bundy, they led them on a high-speed chase and exited his vehicle and asked -- reach for his waistband, that's when they say s.w.a.t. team opened fire. they were made in burns organ and a third in arizona. sm protester stated, the refuge, others left including the men who were arrested. they want them all to decamp his father disagrees. >> they are holding up refuge, that's the only thing that brings you guys out here. >> authorities say that the wife of police officer joseph when it was who allegedly took his own life was indicted by a grand jury. late officer's wife has been indicted on charges of dispersing charitable funds without authority and for personal benefit as well as money laundering. investigators say that they
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surrounding the fox lake police post which was managed by lieutenant. according to authorities money withdrawn may have been used for personal expenses including a trip to hawaii. melanie's bond is set at $50,000. hundreds of migrants and refugees continue to arrive daily on the greek island and volunteer say that fake lifejackets are putting them at risk according to volunteers many of them purchased in turkey are made from very cheap materials and should not be used at the. a volunteer cut open her best to show the cheap plastic packaging being used. >> these are lifejackets that are made in turkey they are made very cheap and they are made with packaging. so they fill up with water,
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do not support life. >> just last evening at least 24 migrants, drowned in the mediterranean sea, after their boat capsized, many of the jackets authentic looking labels
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life. good morning here's a preview of what's coming up. rhino will be live to tell us all about an event outlining changes in our community. plus, we will learn how to make some of fish super bowl -- super bowl advertisers. it has been 30 years since but to future came out. that and more coming up. thank you. and of course, on the today show coming up, there is much more on donald trump staying out of the big debate.>> first, let's get the forecast before we send you away.>> art. increasing winds as was partly to mostly cloudy skies. any shower activity should mostly be lots of the north of
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midlake with isolated showers and then tonight, the winds are starting to increase over tonight into your friday as well a windy day on your friday coming along with the increasing rain chance first rain increases overnight tonight and it starts to spill over into parts of western nevada. and then, the snow level start to lower it starts as rain for most elevations than it changes over to some very heavy wet snow. eventually, some snowflakes are possible. not really looking forward to accumulation. >> a great day today. >> for sure. >> thank you, and thank you for
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