tv Channel 2 News 11PM CBS February 11, 2016 11:00pm-11:35pm PST
right here in nevada--where both candidates are looking to win big. cbs's marlie hall has more from the debate hall at the university of wisconsin-milwaukee. hillary clinton challenged bernie sanders - calling some of his policies unrealistic.like healthcare: clinton: you need to level with people / sanders: that is just inaccurate . here is the reality folks. there is one major country on earth that doesn't guarantee health care to all people. a new national poll shows clinton and sanders are neck-and-neck... and appealing to minority voters to break the tie. we have got to make sure local police forces look the communities they serve there are other racial discrepencies - really, systemic racism in this state and others - in education, in employment. this debate follows a nail-biter finish in iowa and a blowout in new hampshire....putting a sharper
the south carolina primary later this month. both candidates were asked about women voters - but said their appeal goes beyond the gender divide: "i am not asking people to vote for me because i am a woman ....because i'm the most qualified experienced person." "i think a sanders victory would of some historic significance as well." some are predicitng this robust race for the nomination could go all the way to the convention. marlie hall, cbs new, milwaukee, wisconsin. clinton picked up an endorsement from the congressional black caucus, while sanders has the backing of high profile individuals in the african-american community. "now here's mike alger's first look at the pinpoint 2 forecast" conditions will stay dry and quite warm through the
although the ridge of high pressure responsible for the aforementioned will be flat enough to allow variable amounts of cloudiness to pass over the great basin. friday's high temperatures will approach record levels and will stay in the 60s throughout the weekend. there is increasing indication that a storm will move through the region next wednesday and thursday bringing high snow levels initially, which will drop to near but likely just above the valley floor on
the standoff at the wildlife refuge in burns oregon is over tonight.. and the hold-outs are all in custody. and michele fiore -- nevada's assemblywoman known for her pro-gun stance -- is being thanked for her role in it all. fiore flew to portland and joined the negotiators there yesterday. this morning she was there when the last of the occupiers surrendered. the f-b-i says she was a big part of ending the whole ordeal. fbi guy:"i can't say enough about the help from the reverend franklin graham and michele fiore." the refuge will remain closed for another few weeks as the f-b-i continues sweeping for weapons and combing through computer files they say they may need for their case against the occupiers. last night the f-b-i also arrested cliven bundy in portland. he faces federal charges
on a federal officer.. and obstruction in connection with his role in a standoff with federal officials near his nevada ranch in 2014. his son ammon bundy led the protesters in oregon until his arrest last month. turning to the crime beat... reno police arrested a suspect in connection with a robbery in stead earlier this week. after a brief standoff... police arrested 39-year-old wesley ford at a stead home last night around midnight. he's charged with robbery with a deadly weapon, grand larceny and possession of stolen property. police say he entered the maverick gas station on stead boulevard early monday morning and showed a handgun before taking money from the clerk. officials now say he was the one involved in an incident tuesday. as police approached his stead home, ford allegedly stole a vehicle and fled from police, resulting in 3 schools being locked down. officers thought the suspect in that incident was 19-year-old rylin wolfe-who lived with ford- but
involved and it was ford all along. this is a photo of wolfe from an unrelated arrest. reno police are also investigating a burglary at the junior achievement offices on tuesday. police say the suspects used rocks to break into the facilty on west 6th street after cutting a chain link fence. the owner of junior achievement says the thieves stole multiple servers... printers and phones. they say the losses totaled thousands of dollars. if you know anything that can help police call or text secret witness at 3-2-2.. 42-hundred. nevada's supreme court is being asked to clarify state laws on self-defense and defense of others-- after its recent reversal of a high-profile murder conviction in a sparks casino shootout between rival biker gangs in 2011. washoe county's district attorney has asked the high court to reconsider its december 31st ruling overturning the conviction of ernesto gonzalez. gonzalez is the ex-president of
who was sentenced in 2013 to up to life in prison. the justices ordered a new trial based partly on the district judge's faulty instructions to the jury that found him guilty of killing jeffrey "jethro" pettigrew, the former president of the hells angels in san jose, california. today a new york city police officer who shot an unarmed man was convicted of manslaughter. officer peter liang's trial has been closely watched by advocates for police accountability. the rookie officer was patrolling a pitch-dark stairwell in an apartment building with his gun drawn in 2014 when he fired. the bullet ricocheted off a wall and hit 28-year-old akai gurley on a lower floor. prosecutors claim liang handled his gun recklessly and did almost nothing to help gurley. liang said he fired by accident after a noise startled him. he acknowledged not helping gurley's girlfriend try to revive him, but explained he
professional medical aid. liang was was dismissed from the police force after the verdict was delivered. thompson: "an innocent man lost his life and a young new york city police officer now stands convicted of manslaughter. there are no winners here, but justice was done. patrolmen's benevolent association president patrick lynch says the verdict was a "bad verdict" that will have a "chilling effect" on officers nationwide. he says 28-year-old akai gurley's death was a tragedy, not a crime. we have an update on a housing development we first told you about in may of last year. the fountainhouse apartment project began construction in september. it will house hundreds of residents in the heart of victorian square. that's where ryan canaday joins us live now with the latest on the development. ryan what can you tell us? ari developers say they are about 20% along in their work.
construction workers are working on the foundation for the buildings. and on this side of the street, they have just completed their first building frame.. with nine more like this one still to come. "hammer" the first apartment building for this 40 million dollar project is making progress...and is expected to come to a completion sometime in june. "it takes about nine months to build a building from ground to finish. these large buildings, there's 22 units in each building, with garages so there's a lot of pieces and parts." but there's still a lot of work that needs to be done. "cement" upon completion..the fountainhouse apartment complex will be home to ten multi family buildings holding 236 units each. we have over 100 people a day working on the job site, it's busy you know everything from underground to framing to mechanicals are going on now."
developers say some of the excitement surrounding this project comes solely from the location. "you know this is kind of a historic area of town, and a lot of old structure that were here once before us." and hunter agrees.. he says he's has noticed an increase of activity in victorian square based on the project's workers alone. "all the lunch sports around victorian square just down the street around the blocks, they're all busy now because there's more people down here. and witt has high hopes that upon the housing development's completion, the final product will bring even more energy to the sparks downtown district. "when we get done with the stores and shops and other ammenities that people are going to want to come back and return to they're going to want to come here to have dinner, see a movie or go across the street to the nugget and see a show." developers say they hope to have construction completed on the entire project by the beginning of next year. covering the story live in sparks, ryan canaday channel two news.
looking around the world... hope is growing for peace in war- torn syria. secretary of state john kerry says major world powers have agreed to a ceasefire -- and to provide immediate aid to the country. kerry told reporters in germany that diplomats are hoping the ceasefire can be fully implemented in just one week. however, the ceasefire does not apply to any terror organization operating in syria. the country has been embroiled in a five-year civil war. stepping in today nato announced it will deploy ships to the aegean sea - in an attempt to stop human trafficking related to the migrant crisis. with more than a million migrants having reached europe in the last year - and more on the way - this decision is the security alliance's first intervention in the crisis. nato chief jens stoltenberg says the mission would not be about "stopping or pushing back
contribute "critical information and surveillance" to help deter people-smugglers taking migrants from turkey to greece. looking around the nation now.. you can't tax internet access-- that's something the u-s congress has said repeatedly. but now, lawmakers are making it permanent. part of a new trade bill permanently bars state and local governments from taxing access to the internet. the senate passed the bill on a vote of 75-to-20 today. some of those no votes were directed at other parts of the bill, as the customs enforcement measure is opposed by some democrats. the bill already passed the house. it will now go to president obama's desk. he is expected to sign it into law. still to come on channel 2 news at 11 - uber just shelled out some serious cash - to settle a lawsuit claiming the company mis-led customers. the story, coming up. mike will have a look at your
but first - it's being called one of the biggest scientific breakthroughs of the decade. what physicists have confirmed... from a violent black-hole merger. "this is channel 2 news at 11, northern nevada's number one newscast, with arianna bennett, landon miller, sports with garrett dearborn and mike
they're one of the wall street banks that triggered the financial meltdown -- goldman sachs. just settled with authorities for their part in the crisis that put seven million out of work and millions out of their homes. how does wall street get away with it?
millions in campaign contributions and speaking fees. our economy works for wall street because it's rigged by wall street. and that's the problem. as long as washington is bought and paid for, we can't build an economy that works for people.
today a key prediction of albert einstein's general theory of relativity was confirmed in what scientists are calling a cosmic breakthrough. that's right.. this morning, an all- star team of astrophysicists announced what they say is one of the biggest scientific discoveries of the decade. david reitze, laser interferometer gravitational-wave observatory: "ladies and gentlemen, we have detected gravitational waves, we did it! applause gravitational waves are ripples in the fabric of space-time predicted by einstein a century ago.
indirect evidence of the existence of gravitational waves rippling across the universe. but now, an extremely sensitive instrument that cost more than a billion dollars actually detected one of these waves from the distant collision of two black holes. the waves... which unlike light-- pass through matter... may help us learn about what makes up our universe. "channel 2 news continues with chief meteorologist mike alger's pinpoint 2 forecast, broadcast certified by the american meteorological society!" conditions will stay dry and quite warm through the president's day weekend, although the ridge of high pressure responsible for the aforementioned will be flat enough to allow variable amounts of cloudiness to pass over the great basin. friday's high temperatures will approach record levels and will stay in the 60s throughout the weekend. there is increasing indication that a storm will move through the region next wednesday and thursday bringing high snow levels initially, which will drop to near but likely just
thursday. chief meteorologist mike alger's pinpoint 2 forecast, broadcast certified by the american meteorological society!" conditions will stay dry and quite warm through the president's day weekend, although the ridge of high pressure responsible for the aforementioned will be flat enough to allow variable amounts of cloudiness to pass over the great basin. friday's high temperatures will approach record levels and will stay in the 60s throughout the weekend. there is increasing indication that a storm will move through the region next wednesday and thursday bringing high snow levels initially, which will drop to near but likely just above the valley floor on
the world a president has to grapple with. sometimes you can't even imagine. that's the job. and she's the one who's proven she can get it done. ...securing a massive reduction in nuclear weapons... ...standing up against
the abuse of women... ...protecting social security... ...expanding benefits for the national guard... ...and winning health care for 8 million children... the presidency is the toughest job in the world and she's the one who'll make a real difference for you.
in money watch... it's been two years and one month since the ascuaga family sold the nugget to global gaming and hospitality. and in the next few months -- the property will change hands again. the current owners say they had no intention of selling the nugget -- but marnell gaming made an offer that made sense to them. the group owns two resorts in laughlin -- where it has invested about 70-million dollars in the last decade. the company's chairman says he'll do the same here -- with plans to renovate 800 hotel rooms in the west tower -- as well as the convention area, casino and showroom. marnell "we don't anticipate a lot of quick moves. this is long term. anybody, i think, that knows us, we don't sell much. we're usually buying things or building things." about 13-hundred people work at the nugget, and marnell says the change of ownership won't affect any of them. also in money watch-- uber says it will pay $28.5 million to settle two lawsuits claiming the ride- hailing firm mis led customers about its safety procedures and fees.
class-action lawsuits with a federal judge today - by paying about 25 million riders who made trips between january 2013 and january 2016. the judge must still approve the deal. the lawsuits attacked uber for charging a fee of up to $2.30 per trip for what the ride-hailing firm called industry-leading background checks on drivers. in fact, uber doesn't do the kind of fingerprint checks required of taxi drivers. coming up in sports, the wolf pack men's basketball team is playing some serious defense lately.... we'll hear from coach
there are those who say we cannot defeat a corrupt political system and fix a rigged economy. but i believe we need to lift our vision above the obstacles in place and look to the american horizon. to a nation where every child can not only dream of going to college, but attend one. where quality healthcare will be a birthright of every citizen. where a good job is not a wish, but a reality. where women receive equal pay and a living wage is paid to all. an america where after a lifetime of labor, there is
time for rest and grandchildren. a nation that defends our people and our values, but no longer carries so much of that burden alone.
coach eric musselman said he's not sure his team can play much better "d". -the pack set the tone early on in this one up 4, cameron oliver pokes the ball away, dives for it and gets it to lindsey drew....to elijah foster......foster a career high 11...the pack shot 52-percent and the pack defense held the falcons to a season low 52 points while they shot only 33- percent.. in a 72-52 win....and like i said, head coach eric musselman is pretty happy with that. pretty happy with that. so from a defensive standpoint i don't know if we can play any better defense then we have over an extended period of time. this team, defensively is really really good. its been our
focal point all year.so you know we've been a great defensive team. we just have to take that into saturday night against fresno state. as marqueze said, next up the
fresno state at lawlor...tip set for 4 on saturday. the raiders long term future maybe in flux, but not the immediate future...the raiders signed a one year lease extension with o- dot-co coliseum for the 2016 season. county and city official say there is an option for 2017 and 2018....team owner mark davis has been in talks with san antonio and las vegas about a potential move....keep in mind they also have an option to move back to l-a if the chargers don't get a deal done to share a stadium with the rams within a year.... the atlantis race and sports book says manager steve mikkelson made a little history today. for the 10th straight year he's the first person in the u-s to put up odds for the upcoming major league baseball season.
with 90 total wins on the season. being a big sports fan i fallow it year round. so i mean i'm constantly following the transactions and everything. but when we hit this the last 3 days. that's all i've been doing to get ready for it. i finished up last night about 10:30 at night and ready for today. so, it does take time but again it's a labor of love. the first games of the season are april 3rd....official opening day is april 4th. thanks garrett. coming up next-- mike will be back with a last look at your
forecast-- conditions will stay dry and quite warm through the president's day weekend, although the ridge of high pressure responsible for the aforementioned will be flat enough to allow variable amounts of cloudiness to pass over the great basin. friday's high temperatures will approach record levels and will stay in the 60s throughout the weekend. there is increasing indication that a storm will move through the region next wednesday and thursday bringing high snow
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