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eligible to be president. craig boswell has the latest on campaign 2016 - from greenville, south carolina. donald trump and the other republican presidential candidates will debate saturday in south carolina. but friday trump was already throwing jabs tweeting if ted cruz doesn't clean up his act and stop doing negative ads - he has standing to sue cruz for not being a natural born citizen. cruz was born to an american mother in canada. trump says he's not eligible to run for president. nats from ad..."i'm gonna take your house through eminent domain and park my limos there!" trump is angry about tv ads - like this one - that are running in south carolina ahead of next week's primary. there is more than a little irony that donald is accusing anyone of being nasty, given the amazing torrent of insults and vulgarities that come out of his mouth. trump holds a commanding lead in the polls here in south carolina. he skipped campaigning here friday while his opponents tried to woo evangelical voters
democratic side.. hillary clinton continued the attack she started against sanders during thursday's debate. she says sanders made false claims about president obama's legacy. he has called the president weak, a disappointment. sanders called clinton's comments a "low blow.". clinton finished a distant second in last week's new hampshire primary. she and sanders face off at the polls in and tomorrow c-b-s political director john dickerson will moderate the g-o-p debate in south carolina. coverage starts at 6 p-m... only on c-b-s. as a result we will not have a 6:30 newscast. we'll also be streaming the debate online and will have a link on our website at k-t-v-n dot com. the debate will feature the six remaining g-o-p candidates... today former virginia governor jim gilmore ended his presidential bid. on the democratic side-- a new poll shows candidates hillary clinton and bernie sanders are in a dead heat in the silver state... nearly a week ahead of
according to the poll by free beacon conducted earlier this week... 45 percent expressed support for clinton and 45 percent said they support sanders, with 9 percent undecided. the poll also asked which candidate was most honest and trustworthy... 29 percent said clinton... 53 percent said sanders and 18 percent said they were equal. and when it came to which candidate cares more about people like themselves... 36 percent said clinton... 49 they were equal. a group of northern nevada bernie sanders volunteers and supporters met at the jungle on west first street today - for an event called bands for bernie. the group made handmade signs and enjoyed live music.. while representatives from the sanders campaign helped get folks registered to vote and commit to the upcoming caucus. and speaking of the bern-- he will be in reno tomorrow - to take part in the "real solutions for real people" summit. the summit is being organized by
organizations-- and will feature workshops and panels on issues like minimum wage.. law enforcement.. immigration.. and public land use and water rights. new jersey senator cory booker will also be there. he's campaigning on behalf of hillary clinton.. who will be in las vegas for her her own rally. the summit starts at 11:45 tomorrow morning at the university of nevada-reno's jot travis student center. the event has been sold out.. but you can tune in to channel 2 news tomorrow night for a wrap up. and with the nevada caucuses starting in just over a week, be sure to stay with channel two news on air, online, and on facebook and twitter for 20-16. a 44-year-old northern nevada man is among the latest suspects indicted on charges in connection with the armed occupation of an oregon wildlife refuge. corey lequieu of fallon is being held without bail at the washoe county jail tonight.. after a u-s magistrate found him to be a
lequieu made his initial court appearance in reno yesterday.. after he and eight others were indicted on a single count of conspiracy to impede u-s officers. if found guilty, he could face up to six years in prison. at a hearing yesterday, judge william cobb said federal marshals will transport lequieu to district court in portland-- but he didn't say when that will happen. lequieu's public defender didn't immediately respond to requests for comment late friday. the public utilities commission of nevada decided today... to uphold nearly all of its december decision that changes the way solar customers are billed. the decision reduces the credits solar customers get for the excess power their solar panels generate... and increases their usage fees. today-- the commission decided to phase in the changes over 12 years... instead of four... they say to ease the burden on solar customers. commissioners say-- the new rates are more fair to traditional energy users... who they claim have had to subsidize
but solar companies say-- these changes will effectively kill nevada's rooftop solar industry. reid: "with all the rulings that have happened as of late, it just doesn't make financial sense anymore for people to go residential or small commercial solar." a coalition of solar companies in nevada has come together to fight the decision... and possibly get a referendum on the november ballot. for more on all of this... tune in for face the state this weekend. it's airing tomorrow at 4:30 am... 3:30 pm and 8:30 pm and on sunday at 6:30 am and 4 pm. in school watch... today the "school overcrowding and repairs needs committee" voted unanimously to put a sales tax increase on the november ballot to pay for school capital improvement projects. if ballot question "wc-1" passes, the sales tax in washoe county would increase to 8 point 2-6-5 percent... up from the current 7 point 725 percent... meaning something that costs 100 dollars would cost 54 cents more in
if you remember the committee was considering whether to go with a sales tax or a property tax increase in order to raise the nearly 800 million dollars for capital improvements for schools. the chairman says that money is critical for the future success of washoe county schools. shaun carey/chairman, school overcrowding and repairs needs committee: "you get better results when children are in a classroom, that's not overcrowded, that is not leaking, not full of asbestos and guess what? we can make that choice or we can choose not to." carey says without the proposed increase, there will be double sessions in washoe county high schools and junior high schools, and almost all elementary schools will go to year round or multi-track schools. nevada gaming control board commissioner michonne ascuaga resigned from her position today after details surfaced of a federal investigation involving the nugget casino in sparks when it was under her family's ownership. ascuaga- who was ceo of the nugget for 16 years- said she was resigning to avoid having
distract from the gaming control board's work. the federal investigation by the financial crimes enforcement network came to light as part of an ongoing legal dispute between the ascuagas and wolfhound holdings l-l-c, which purchased the nugget in 2013. the holding company says the nugget was investigated for failing to meet federal record- requirements. squaw valley/alpine meadows was just selected as the best ski resort in north america. after being nominated as one of the top 20 resorts by u-s-a today and 10 best... it was picked as the winner of the 2016 readers' choice poll for best ski resort. squaw valley alpine meadows say it has received 24 feet of snow so far this season, and they're thrilled to be recognized as the top ski resort in the u-s. chief meteorologist mike alger
coverage begins at 4 p-m. the awards start at 5. we will have a special edition of channel 2 news immediately following the rebroadcast around midnight. "channel 2 news continues with chief meteorologist mike alger's pinpoint 2 forecast, broadcast certified by the american meteorological society!" the weather will remain dry and mild, if not cloudless, through the president's day weekend before a storm system finally returns in the middle of next week. for saturday, morning clouds will likely clear out by the afternoon and temperatures will top out in the low 60s, staying there through tuesday. wednesday, i am becoming more
moderate winter storm will push through the region bringing rain and snow to the mountains, which should turn to all snow in the mountains by thursday, although it's unlikely snow levels will drop enough to cause any the weather will remain dry and mild, if not cloudless, through the president's day weekend before a storm system finally returns in the middle of
and remember you can stay up to flores: i was raised by my father. my mother left my family when i was 9 years old. things really went from bad to worse for me. this isn't just about numbers, this is about real lives. this is a system that isn't working for the everyday person. it's one of the reasons why i decided to endorse bernie sanders. nevadans are looking
for people who are willing to think big, to be bold, and to fight for everyday people. and that's exactly what bernie sanders is doing.
ticker as well as your tweets dallas. and get involved with us... send us a picture... tell us about your team just hashtag 2 the hoop and keep it clean and we will put it on the show. let's start you off with some sierra league rivalry action between the douglas tigers and carson city senators. 1.start of this one...tigers feed it inside to freshman jace hart...he splits the defenders...and makes the tough layup look easy. tigers on the scoreboard. 2. moments later...senators playing some defense on the floor as they pick up the steal here... they move the ball down the court and get it into asa carter's hands...and he makes the deep two ball...senators starting to take command. 3.senators again...this time it's jared rooker who will find jeyden dejoseph under the hoop...and he gets the shot to fall.. senators stay undefeated
reno visiting mcqueen... and the lancers had a reason to cheer for most of this one. here in the third.. it's the big man, octavian corley showing his touch from the paint to put his team up 4.. but rival reno came roaring back. with a one-point lead here in the 4th... colten crom dribbles around his defender and drives the lane. he gets the basket and one.. but missed the free throw. 49-46, reno. then the huskies pull away and shut the door with the pass from david kyle to alec tsaniff for the layup. huskies down 16 at one point, win this one 69-60. grizzlies in the house -- that means the hunt is on. 1. galena got off to a quick start though -- noah peck to dillon voyles -- he takes it in and gets the foul -- grizzlies lead by as many as 11 in the first. 2. now it's the mustangs turn -- cameron criss pulls up and shoots the floater -- he gets that one to fall but they still trailed. 3. more from galena -- zack williams has a free look from the outside and make damonte ranch pay for it. the grizz pick up the win 64-37
appreciate the school spirit from the reed raiders football team... out in full force to support the basketball team against spanish springs... 1. unfortunately for the raiders they would need more help... off the steal... the cougars pass it up to jalen townsell... who three... that cuts the deficit to 4. 3. but the cougars have a player named marcus loadholt and he can light up the scoreboard... averages 19 a game.. here is two in this one... cougars win 78-46. miner fans having a good time. 1. check out the wooster defense on this one -- axa pickering takes it into the paint but sam tranberg blocks his shot -- he goes up again and jaxon schmid blocks it -- and the colts are getting fired up. 2. you could say the ball was bouncing the miners' way tonight -- off johnny reilly's back -- but aidan cantwell is there -- he gets it up to gabe bansuelo for the layup. 3. then it's pickering taking it baseline and going above everyone for the left-handed layup. manogue wins it 56-38. hug at north valleys... one of
early action, hawks up 2 here.. zonathan williams get the outlet pass, and if you're not looking look... fakes the behind the back pass.. gets the layup and completes the 3 point play. later.. north valleys down 3. jalen meadros knocks the ball loose, and the panthers are off... and it's the senior josh mea who finishes on the other end. then in the 2nd.. it's jalen meadros bringing it up for the panthers.. he spots up from behind the arc and burries the 3 to put his team up 5. nv wins 66-45. sparks railroaders fighting for their playoff lives need a win over fernley to stay in it. 1. ricky guardon made sure his railroaders had shot at the playoffs... he picks his spot from beyond the arc and sinks the three... sparks up 15-2... 2. a little later he's feelin' it... and drains another three pointer... he had 19 points... sparks grabs a big win over playoff bound fernley 72-43. now don't you go anywhere, we're going to check in on some girls' action coming up after the
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paul and dallas i'm garrett, lets check in on some girls action.... where the big rivalry game was hosted by douglas tonight....lets check in the other part of our 2 the hoop squad....zac mooney and ryan canaday....ryan you were there for the carson douglas game. thanks garrett- we've got some great highlights tonight. zac has a few plays from a couple not so close games in the high desert league. but first lets take a look at some rivalry action in the sierra league. yes i'm talking about that douglas high...carson city rivalry...with the tigers playing at home. 1. let's take you midway into the second quarter...freshma n hannah carr drives toward the basket..misses the first attempt..but grabs her own rebound and gets the second shot to fall...that would put the tigers up 12. 2.late in the fourth quarter..senators will cut the
taking some time...lindy lehman finds the open lane...and makes the shot off the back board.. but it wasn't enough.. as the tigers hold on to win this one huskies with the ball and a big lead here in the second half.. they work it down to mallory mcgwire for 2 of her 20 points on the night. reno up 25 on the lancers. later... lancers with the ball, but a little careless with this pass, dominique harding steps in front of it.. she would miss the layup on the other end but draws the foul. and the reno husky girls roll to an undefeated regular season.. winning 63-36. hug at north valleys... the panther seniors had a great send off to say the least. north valleys was all over hug from the start... passion burrell gets the steal on one end, takes it coast to coast and spots up for the easy jumper. panthers led by 8. then, up 9 at this point... shelise darrough from the wing... bang! hawks go home winless on the season.. as the panthers roll, 52- 14 so the high dessert is set for the playoffs... with reno, mcqueen, north valleys and reed. and even with carson's loss.. they still take the 4 seed in
sierra league.. with manogue, damonte and douglas at 1, 2 and 3. good luck to all the teams playing next week. for ryan canaday, i'm zac mooney.. guys, we'll send it back to you. and there's more girls highlights to talk about, paul. now that is representing your team colors. 1. early on -- tawni henderson takes it to the hoop and gets the points. 2. then the colts turn on the "d" -- desiree bounds pokes the ball away -- then daniela alvarez gives it right back to her -- she takes it in for the short jumper. manogue wins 71-22 that guy is with the band... he must be special... 1. reed looking to carry some momentum to the playoffs as they host spanish springs... after the raiders save the loose ball serene townsell williams scoops it up and scores... 2. spanish springs hung tough in this one... actually got it within 4 at the end but then reed would pull away again and win 73-59. this little girl looked thrilled -- just enjoying her snacks. 1. alexus hunter had another good game -- she takes this one
glass -- she had 20 points to lead all scorers. 2. then it's galena's turn -- reilly moss with the nice move to get the bucket. d-ranch wins 47-30. how about the division 1 north wrestling tourney. -this is a 126 pound match between jake rehmann of north valleys... and reed's alex holland... holland with the advantage... and he will eventually win the struggle and get the pin on rehmann to win the match. -then we have a couple of female wrestlers in the 120 pound weight class... morgan norris of reed and raeann wagstaff of damonte ranch... wagstaff is leading on the scoreboard... but it is norris who scores the pin and the win for reed.. . the top 4 teams carson... spanish springs... reno and mcqueen are seperated by 5 points... tournament wraps up tomorrow. thanks guys, don't go anywhere we still have to talk wolf pack
basketball team will be looking for a little revenge on fresno state tomorrow evening. the last time these 2-teams met the pack lost in fresno 85- 63.....after a
win over air force the guys say their riding some momentum, particularly on defense. we just have to take that into saturday night. because re remember what happened at their place and we're not gonna let that happen again. we realize that fresno state is really talented and we're looking up at them in the standings...not looking down at them. .tip set for 4 on tomorrow.
flores: i was raised by my father. my mother left my family when i was 9 years old. things really went from bad to worse for me. this isn't just about numbers, this is about real lives. this is a system that isn't working for the everyday person. it's one of the reasons why i decided to endorse bernie sanders. nevadans are looking for people who are willing to think big, to be bold, and to fight for everyday people. and that's exactly what bernie sanders is doing. sanders: i'm bernie sanders
ts time for plays of the night. here's the top plays of the night wooster at manogue -- the colts come with some attitude on defense -- double blocks -- the first one by sam tranberg -- the second by jaxon schmid but the miners win this one 71-22 spanish springs vs. reed... cougars with the steal... they pass it up to jalen townsell... who almost finishes with the
same... cougars win big. 78-46 carson vs douglas...tigers feed it inside to freshman jace hart...he splits the defenders...and makes the tough layup look easy....senators win 65-49 wooster at manogue -- this is like a human game of pinball -- it goes off
johnny reilly's back -- aidan cantwell picks it up and gets it up to gabe bansuelo for the layup. manogue wins 71-22 >> jon: stephen colbert! ( band playing
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