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you can see those scrolling across the bottom of your screen wlos.com. >>jay: ingrid, of course, some of these counties that have canceled school have not seen >>ingrid: just yet. we have the advisory out starting at 7:00 and lasting through tomorrow morning. keep in mind, even if you are not seeing snow fall just yet it is in the forecast. we could see some light snow as early as daybreak and a lot of these locations. you can see the satellite radar showing a lot of blue, but we are not seeing that fall to the ground just every where, just yet. that chance stays in the forecast throughout the day, when temperatures will eventually rise above that freezing mark. so, we couou see a mix of that rain and snow. but, coming up, my full forecast. i will talk more in detail about how much snow will fall today, where the heaviest will fall and what you can expect for round 2 coming up later this week. >>holly: buncombe county schools have not closed or delayed today but they are monitoring conditions right now.
brigman is riding along with school officials this evening no. lauren, it doesn't have to snow for classes to be delayed, right? >>lauren: that's right. we have ridden across buncombe county this morning with joe how much, the assistant superintendent. we are seeing no precipitation of any sort, but you know the frigid temperatures can also take a toll on the buses. joe, tell us about what comes into play when these bus drivers head out early in the morning. they are checking to make sure the buses will actually crank because the weather can impacac that, right? >> well, we have several makes and models of buses. some of our older models can be a little bit more fickle in colder temperatures. our mechanics know those buses and they will typically try to get out there early and whether it's starter fluid or whatever it takes, trick-wise to make sure they are running and ready for the bus drivers as soon as they get out there. they know those buses and they know what things to do to make sure that they are cranked up and can be on time. >>lauren: because that diesel fuel can begin to gel when the temperatures drop to a certain
>> when you get in the lower single digits, and with the wind chillsls yes. that is a problem for some of the buses. so, yeah, it comes into play sometimes. >>lauren: all right. this morning we are riding the roads with joe. we are on old leicester highway right now on the back side of the erwin hills community. this is a windy road you guys are monitoring the main routes but also the secondary roads like this. what are you lookinger for,r, joe, morning? >> the road condition, i will get calls all the time from our bus drivers be and when the snowfall does start coming down, you know, they will let us know it's coming down that, the grass is getting white and the yards, the rooftops, but it's always about folks, you know, what are the road condition, tell me what the road look like. because that's where we need to make our decisions. >>lauren: that's right. so you guys will be out across the county for the next several days with this winter weather in the forecast. coming up, at 6:30, we are going to show you exactly where they make the decision to either delay, cancel, or release early
so we will show you where that call is made coming up at 6:30. we are live in buncombe county this morning. now let's check in with jaclyn for a look at other areas. >>jaclyn: thank you, lauren. there is one new closure to tell you about, u.s. 441 is temporarily closed from cherokee to gatlinburg because of snow and ice. there are no other official reports of other icy roads in the area, but that doesn't mean they are not out there. so, please be extra cautious on the roadways, especially in the counties where we have the school closings. now, ambassador traft cask unite will focus on two road this week and monitoring new leicester highway between avenue lake drive and patton drive as well as airport road near bradley, so be careful if you need to take these roads on your daily compute. that's a look at your on-time traffic report brought to you by the wired mouse.
officer resigns/f:d!pr6vbi=[mxkx charged with attempted first degree m mder, and assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill. >> it either was inside the house and it was quietly done or whatever, because i haven't really seen much. i mean, there's been a little bit more traffic with cars stopping at the house, but you don't know if that's for something else going down there. >>holly: woodfin police say robinson and the police know each other and saying it was not an act of random violence. >>jay: governor mccrory is overing a reward in a cold case, james end land was shot in burnsville in october of 2013. the state is offering a reward of up to $5,000 for information leading to an arrest and conviction in the case.
fight five files you can help land criminals behehd bars. we have christina with the asheville police department, thank you for coming in. >> thank you for having us. we are looking for tie engal, 21, 190-pound wanted for possession of drug paraphernalia, concealment and shoplifting and driving under a revoked license. next we want to find jonathan hampton, 23 and weighs 170-pound. hampton is wanted for breaking and entering a motor vehicle, attempt breaking and entering a motor vehicle and resisting public officers. last we are try trying to find doug least payne, five foot 11 and 170-pound. he is wanted for unpaid child support. >>holly: t t number is the crime stoppers (828) 255-5050. remember to see their pictures again, just log on to the "fugitive files" section of wlos.com. jay? >>jay: all right. thank you both.
to the mashup on the campaign trail, donald trump is getting a boost from a former vice president nominee. meghan hughes reports who trump now has on board. >> are you ready no make america great again? >>reporter: could conservative heavy weight sarah palin's endorsement put donald trump over the top in iowa? >> he is beholden to no one but we the people. how refreshing. he is going regular left and right. that's why he is doing so well. >>reporter: the tea party favorite rambled, rhymed, hit the media and threw in her favorite phrases. >> it's time to drill, baby, drill, down and hold these folks accountable. >>reporter: not everyone is so enthusiastic. the new york daily news headline this morning, i'm with stupid. the partnership of the former reality stars also bad news for ted cruz. who palin backed when he ran for senate. >> regardless of what sara decides to do in 2016 i will always remain a big, big fan of sarah palin. >> the conservative endorsement
trump's new york values from cruz and rush limb baa. >> there there arere a lot of conservatives who think he is a wolf in sheep's clothing. >> i am a real conservative and rush has been terrific to me. >> on the democratic side, clinton is racking up her own endorsements with progressive groups like the human rights campaign and planned parenthood. but, a new poll shows vermont senator bernie sanders with a 27 point lead in new hampshire. >> the inevitable candidate does not look quite so inevitable as she did 8 1/2 months ago. >>reporter: hillary clinton still has a double digit lead nationally. her campaign is already fund raising off the palin/trump endorsement saying in an e-mail, quote, make sure this is nothing more than a bad snl skit come to life. meghan hughes, eects new, washington. >>jay: say rah palin is dealing with a problem off the campaign trail. her son is facing domestic violence charges. according to the arrest report, the 26 year-old punched and
assault rifle to his own head. he was arraigned yesterday and released on bond of 1,500-dollars. >>holly: investigators in california are trying to figure out how a grayhound bus flipped on a busy injury. >>jay: two were killed and 18 injured, it overturned and landed on a median on a highway. traffic was backed up for several miles as emergency crews cleared the scene. >> i was sleeping and i woke up to the crash. i heard some people scream. and then, we were sliding for a long time. i felt like forever. and then from there we came to a rest. >>jay: there were no other vehicles involved. >>holly: firefighters are trying to determine how an apartment complex in and restaurant went up in flames i. took several fire departments to battle the fire in new jersey. they believe it started on the third floor of a building. the restaurant was on the first floor of the building. so far there are no reports
>>jay: gee ol gists from sacramento will be in madd ma deerra ( ) county, there was a rockslide near yosemite park ( ), no cars were hit by the rock. >>holly: we have another "early bird gets the win" give away. >>jay: we are giving away two $50 gift certificates to strata in honor of asheville's restaurant week. go to facebook.com/news 13 to enter. >>holly: we will announce winners just before 7 o'clock this morning. and coming up, chef an rony cerrato is back with us cooking up shrimp scampi. >>jay: i bet it has shrimp in it. >>holly: i bet it does. >>jay: mr. obvious this morning. >>holly: an arctic blast, how others are dealing with a winter storm moving in. >>ingrid: back here at home, the "harry's on the hihi bus stop forecast." a lot of folks already making sure to brace for the winter storm so they have already closed the schools. wlos.com has all of those updates but coming up after the
we will be right back. now, in high definition, this is your news 13 skywatch forecast. >>ingrid: welcome back and good morning. look at this radar and satellite picture. it is very active this morning. not all of this snow is actually hitting the ground, but we are hearing reports of light snow from swain county to jackson and haywood county. also reports of flurries in the leicester region and canton as
keep that in mind for your morning commute. things will start to get pretty dicey the next couple hours and really the next several days as we have two different systems to talk about. the second one bringing you even more snow. so, stick with me here. i will show you that. 16 in burnsville right now. 23 in asheville. 20s in our western zones below freezing. even down into the upstate. so we do see temperatures cold enough for snow or a mix. winter weather advisory this morning has now been extended. it does include us here in buncombe county, henderson county, transylvania county, jackson county, macon county and clay county. this starts at 7 a.m. and goes for 24 hours. this winter weather advisory criteria is 1-3." don't expect that 3" mark here down in the french bruise river broad river valley. at best i would say 1" today and several inches round 2. snow, ice, and then rain further south.
then we start to see friday into saturday, more of a snow event first. we will start to see some of that pile up, especially in the high mountain regions. first today, a closer look. 8 a.m., not seeing a ton of snow but by lunchtime our western zones, first the darker the blue, the heaeaer the snow bands. the pink, that's the mixed precipitation. so we could see some of that as far south as down into the upstate by late day. so, maybe some schools can be let out early so mom and dad, make sure you are continuing to check the web site. same thing through dinnertime. it can be a dangerous commute, especially in the northern mountains, if you are traveling north on 40. 6 o'clock today showing show showers. then we get a little break. throughout the day on thursday. start to see some rain return. a cold rain. then it turns over to a mix, especially in the high mountain regions, through friday morning. then we start to see that chance for snow return again. speaking of snow, let's take a look today. showing our western zones, who
see that 1-3" range especially. this model really not wanting to give us much back here in the asheville area. pulling in a tenth of an inch. i think we will get more than that. as we look forward in time though, the second round, it is pulling in some really impressive numbers here. we are several days out from friday and saturday though. so, we will continue to tweak the forecast. another issue with the storms, freezing rain and sleet. so, another layer of ice on top of the snow. could mean very dangerous driving conditions. so, snow and a moderate level and black ice for today, into friday and saturday. that's where we start to see a moderate-to-severe level for snow and black ice as well. back here today, 36 degrees. that's our high temperature. so we will make it above freezing at times. still chilly tonight with a chance for some of that snow turning over to freezing rain, slick conditions possible. what about the upstate today? maybe a few snow flurries this morning and again late day. temperatures staying in the
tonight in greenville 29 degrees. seven-day forecast show as 60% chance for rain/snow today. 50 mainly late day thursday. friday, a wintry mix. and then it will turn to mostly snow through saturday morning. then we are drying out into sunday. upstate locations show a chance for that rain/snow today, and then it will be mostly rain for the majority of the extended forecast. >>holly: we are not the only ones bracing for a winter blast. >>jay: in nebraska, it got so treacherous and bad police briefly shut down parts of the road because cars stalled due to snow drifts. >>holly: time is 6:17. new beginnings. mike houston is starting his new position as head foocial coach
>>stan: good morning, everyone. in sports, mike houston became a new head football coach at james madison university yesterday. the franklin native and former robberson high coach came from citadel and did the upseat around the world as he beat south carolina. james madison is used to winning but so is houston. with his family on hand, houston promised to keep the patriots to victory but that's not the only thing that drew him here. he loves the churl around the school.
the ideals and core values where the student athlete experience is well rounded between athletics and academics and success is murder in the formation of young men and not just wins and losses. >>stan: if you are a fan of the chase format and sprint cup racing you will love the xfinity and truck racing series next year. starting this year, rather, this year, nascar will use the playoff style setup to determine a champ n. xfinity and trump races. xfinity with a 7 race series instead of the cup series 10 races. that's sports this morning. i'm stan pamfilis. we will see you again tonight at 6 o'clock. have a great wednesday, everyone. >>holly: all right. this wednesday could shape up to be interesting. ingrid, for folks across the mountains? >>jay: not to mention later this week. >>ingrid: we are getting reports of snowfall across the region. you know, temperatures are below freezing. so we could definitely see snow fall in cullowhee at 25. forest city 25 as well. franklin 28. lake toxaway right now in the middle 20s and weaverville 21 back here in asheville.
at 23 degrees with clouds. but we are all under that winter weather advisory. we will talk more about that in detail coming up in just a bit. the snow is starting to affect the morning drive. jaclyn, crews are treading roads in jackson county? >>jaclyn: ingrid, i just checked in with jackson county dispatchers and they told me they are seeing snow on the roadways. dot crews are salting and sanding the roads all across the county right now. so, please use caution if you live in that area. u.s. 441 is now temporarily closed from cherokee to gatlinburg because of snow and ice. so keep that in mind as well on your morning drive. and getting a quick look at one travel time for you, here is how u.s. 25 i i shaping up over in south asheville. it's a 13 minute ride from i-40 to airport road. but watch for those delays approaching long sholes. >>i'm jaclyn deaugustino. this on-time traffic report is brought to you by the wired mouse computer solutions. >> >>holly: here is your live look around the world this morning. this is a shot of praying in the czech republic. >>jay: i bet it's cold there
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might be a challenge to be spotting this but apparently you can see this from the neighborhood eye. >>jay: evidently. ten things you knee need to know about your home world. there is a lot of great information. only planet in the solar system known to harbor life, of course. incredibly diverse. all things we need to survive exist under a thin layer of atmosphere that separates us from the cold, airless void of space. it is cold here but not airless. >>ingrid: i have been wating "star wars." >>jay: you are watching 4, 5, and 6. >>ingrid: and i have been thinking a lot about space and life on other planets. it makes you think, you know. >>jay: it does indeed. >>ingrid: let's talk weather because we have had a lot of changes heading our way. our day planner does show a chance for snow in the forecast. temperatures staying below freezing at least through lunchtime. coming up in our next half hour, i will talk more about when the snow will begin, where it's
crisis in flint, michigan now, in high definition, from the western north carolina's news leader, this is news 13 this morning. >>holly: check this out. we got our first snow picture of the morning. >>jay: tammy smatters sent us a photograph from waynesville. you can see a good dusting is covering the road there. >>ingrid: reports are coming in from jackson, madison county, and swain county, flurries are reported down into buncombe county. >>jay: multiple schools closed for the day as well. >>holly: we have been updating you and the closures all morning long. it's also scrolling at the bottom of your screen. ingrid, a winter weather advisory is starting in 30 minutes? >>ingrid: yes, 7 a.m. until 7 a.m. tomorrow morning and they extended into buncombe county today, henderson county and also transylvania county. 1-9" of snow in the higher elevations possible. not as much down into the french broad river valley but we will have our fair share. satellite radar does show some light snow beginning to fall across the region, and coming up in my full forecast i will talk more in detail about the
only today, but into the second half of the work week and how much snow is expected to fall. back to you. >>holly: lauren brigman has been riding along with buncombe county's assistant superintendent as he monitors the roads this morning. >>jay: she joins us live from inside the transportation department treatment buncombe county schools, and that's where officials make the decision to delay or cancel schools? >>lauren: it is. and you know right now it is a regular schedule for buncombe county students, but they are -- they have been on the phone out momotoring the roads. they are ready to make the call should the weather conditions change in buncombe county later to they. this is joe how much, the assistant superintendent on the buncombe county schools. i have seen you on the phone with various school districts as well. what are you hearing and what are they seaing? >> well, the weather forecast from yesterday has probably going to be spot on. i think we are seeing the higher elevations seeing snow flurries, not seeing anything in buncombe county yet. we have been out on the roads this morning, haven't seen anything. so, it's going to be one of those where we will continue to
rely on our neighboring counties to help us out and keep us informed what they are seeing and continue to monitor our media stations and the different venues we have like noah and ( ) looking at everything we possibly can. >>lauren: you have a system in place should you need to release early today? >> absolutely. we need to make that call, we will notify all our media outlets of what we're doing, give parents as much heads up notice as we can. >>lauren: all right. they are ready here in buncombe county to make a call, should conditions change. again we are not seeing any precipitation falling at the moment. but, stay with us, both on air and on-line at wlos.com. we will be the first to bring you those announcements as these schools make decisions throughout the day here. now let's take a look at the roads across the area with jaclyn. she is in the on-time traffic center. good morning. >>jaclyn: good morning, lauren. dot crews are treating the roads now in jackson county. there is snow on the roadways. scattered across their area.
me they are seeing snow on the road, so just be extra careful if you are heading out in either of these areas this morning. heads up for those of you that usually take u.s. 441 on your morning drive. the road is closed from cherokee to gatlinburg for snow and ice. that's a look at your on-time traffic report brought to you by the wired mouse computer solutions. >>holly: stay with news 13 for 13 latest information ahead of the winter storm. update will be posted on wlos.com. and our facebook and twitter pages. >>jay: you can also go to our web site to sign up for text alerts for school closings, traffic and weather alerts. new this morning, the u.s. coast guard suspends the search for 12 marines who have been missing since two helicopters crashed off the coast of hawaii. one of those marines was from woodruff, south carolina. sergeant jeffrey stempler. who helicopters crashed thursday. the coast guard says it was not easy to decide to stop the search.
case, the searches, is very difficult. we have not found the survivors, and this has a significant keep and impact, stopping our search efforts. >>jay: crews searched more than 40,000 miles of ocean. any additional searches in the future will now be left up to the marine corps. >>holly: also new this morning, a local brewery is sending fresh water to r rsidents of flint, michigan. oscar blues inrevard and bell core have sent 50,000 cans of water and there is more on the way. this is after flint's water became contaminated after the city switched water systems az a cost-cutting move. oscar blues previously sent water to victims of flooding in south carolina and tornado victims in texas. >>jay: happeneng tomorrow, the funeral service is held for buncombe county's lodge serving register of deeds. otto debrule passed away sunday at 91 years old. debrule held the register of deeds position for 33 years
funeral services are 1 o'clock at try anyny baptist church in asheville, visitation is 11 a.m. prior to the service. >>holly: the assistant princepal at northbumham high school is on paid leave with an involving a student after a basketball game at the school friday night. school leaders are not saying what the incident was. barry owens worked at north buncombe since 2004 and is also the athletic director. officials say putting him on leave is standard protocol when an accusation of misconduct surfaces. >>jay: the owner of a haywood county business hopes surveillance video will track down thieves. alex vance says a man smashed the window of his tire shop along the smoky mountain express way earlier this week. yesterday morning, someone from another business spotted the empty cash register. surveillance video shows the car that the thieves were driving. >> they were driving a two-door
was wearing a hoodie. >>jay: businesses in the area are stepping up security measures. if you have any information call the haywood county sheriff offense office. >>holly: you can help catch suspects running from the law in this morning's fugitive files we team up one last time with the public information officer christina holingsly, thank you so much for coming in. >> thank you. first we would like to find deondre jackson, 5-foot 11 and weighs 160 pounds. jackson is wanted for first degree burglary, breaking and entering a motor vehicle and larceny of a firearm. next we are looking for amanda urban, she is five foot five and 145 pounds. urban is wanted for driving on a revoked license and four counts of forgery of instruments. and finally, we are trying to locate wesley sparks. he is wanted for three counts of pretrial release violation, possession of a schedule 1 controlled substance, possession of a schedule 2 controlled substance, possession with intent to sell, manufacture, or deliver meth amphetamine, and
and unsafe movement. >>holly: if you knee where any of these fugitives might be, you can call anonmoulsly at (828) 255-5050. again, 255-5050. to see the complete list of suspectscly tina has been showing all morning go to the fugitive files section of wlos.com. thanks so much for coming in. >> thank you. >>holly: jay, back to you. >>jay: thank you both. happening to day, city leaders will focus on the future of downtown asheville and any issues and projects for 2016. elected officials, city staff, and business owners will meet for the state of downtown luncheon. it starts at noon at the u.s. cellular's center's banquet hall. in the past the luncheon centered on topics like improvement, upcoming pro js and asheville's graffiti problem. >>holly: buncombe county leaders are planning their agenda for the coming year. during an annual retreat, county commissioners talked about budget issues like social services and school funding. they also discussed zoning and adding protections along the blue ridge parkway. housing living wages are also on
>> one thing that came up during the retreat was to possibly tie our incentive policy into a little bit more living wage and possibly affordable housing. >>holly: a commissioner has made no decision. >>jay: happening to day the youngest of the little rock 9 will speak at western carolina university as part of martin luther king junior. car lotta was 14 years old ( ) when she was confronted by protestors at central high school in 19696 she will speak at 6:30 tonight heinz university center. the event is free and open to the public. >>holly: it was an intense center. >>jay: kids from local salvation army boys and girls contest. they researched their african-american role models andrew them for the first annual black history month art history competition. one girl drew a portrait of
coleman, who she called brave. >> she was the first black lady to get arrested because she sat in the front of the bus where it said whites only. >>jay: the finalist in the competition will have their portraits on display at the cellular center for the month of february so the public can vote for their favorites. >>holly: congratulations to them. that's good work out there. we have another "early bird gets the win" give away for you today. >>jay: we are giving away two $50 gift certificates to strata in honor of asheville restaurant week. go to facebook.com/news 1 1 to enter. >>holly: we will announce the winners just before 7 o'clock and just a few minute, chef anthony cerrato from strata is live cooking up some shrimp scampi. stay with us. an update at the overnight attack at the university of pakistan that killed more than 20 students.
the attackers. now, in high definition, this is your news 13 skywatch forecast. >>ingrid: welcome back. just into the news room, haywood county schools closed, haywood county schools close. a full list at wlos.com. closer look at the radar does show we are seeing some of this snow fall to the ground, so some slick conditions reported in swain county, also down into jackson county, haywood county also seeing the light snow, the darker the blue, the more likely it is that that snow is actually falling to the ground. we have some reports of a mix down into transylvania county,
canton, and also leicester, some reports of just some light snow at the moment. so, nothing too intense. we will continue to monitor this throughout the entire day. and temperatures are below freezing in asheville. 23 degrees. 28 down into the upstate right now. winter weather advisory, starts here just a few minutes at 7 a.m.. goes through the next 24 hours. 1-3" of snow expected especially in the high mountain regions. i don't expect the high end of the 3" in buncombe county but we will see some snow today. and that advisory once again goes until thursday morning, but this is just round 1. we have round 2 to talk about. so this is the storm timeline. it starts with snow in our northern mountains and then maybe a mix and then it turns to rain further south. but then, we have greater chances for snowfall and heavier snow, too, friday and into saturday. let's take a closer look today though. 8 a.m. showing a lot of us not
but, in our western zones first, seeing by lunchtime that snow falling, through the french broad river valley, through 3 p.m. so, maybe some early release for schools. and then maybe even a mix late day down into the upstate. holding on to the chance for snow in those northern mountains through dinner time, so the evening commute for mom and dad could be dangerous. we get a break on thursday, until late day we start to see our chances for precipitation go up and it could turn to a mix by late day. and into friday morning. friday, a very good chance for that mix of snow and also some sleet, freezing rain. so, snowfall first. shows our western zones seeing anywhere from 1-3." this model really not giving us much here in the asheville area. i do expect more than what this model is showing us. it's friday, and into saturday, we start to see several inches possible, even down into the valleys. we will tweak that forecast the closer we get. freezing rain and sleet model does show this will be an issue as well, as we look
so, it may be a half inch of ice in some locations. very dangerous driving conditions. so the next 3-4 days really going to want to watch the weather closely here. winter storm index, moderate level for snow and black ice today. friday and saturday, that's closer to a severe level. 36 degrees we will make it above freezing today here in the asheville area. freezing rain possibilities tonight down to 27. and in greenville, the chance late day for a mix into tonight, so that could mean some dangerous roadways as well. seven-day forecast shows a 60% chance of rain today, 50 thursday. 90 on friday. and that will turn over to all snow by saturday morning and staying chilly in the 30s. even into the upstate. we will see a chance for a mix today, but it will be mostly rain through friday, with a chance for a mix again on saturday. a lot to watch here, folks. we are seeing slick conditions on the roads right now. jaclyn, this is a problem in swain county? >>jaclyn: ingrid, dispatchers are now reporting slick
county, so please take it slow if you need to be driving in that area soon this morning. also happening nearby, u.s. 441 is closed from cherokee to gatlinburg because of snow and ice. we are also dealing with the same kind of problem in jackson county, dot crews are salting and sanding the roadways all across that county right now. >>i'm jaclyn deaugustino. this on-time traffic report is brought to you by the wired mouse computer solutions. holly and jay, back over to you. >>jay: we have been talking about asheville restaurant week and strata is one of several restaurants participating. >>holly: chef and owner anthony cerrato is here to show us another great item from the restaurant menu and earlier we did a tricolor salad which is here and beautiful. what are you doing now? >> now we will make the scampi. we have roasted garlic, extra virgin olive oil. we will add a little flour to make a roux. i use gluten-free flowers,
free pastas, you don't want to cross contaminate anything by having flour fly in the air. >>jay: i'm sure the customers appreciate that. >> oh, yeah. i'm gluten free as well. >>jay: are you really? >> yes. >> >>holly: and you're italian and gluten free? >> i am, it's scary. >>jay: that's one combination. >>holly: i have not known anybody -- and you own an italian restaurant? >> i know, right? >>holly: the shrimp look beautiful. >> these are white shrimp. >>holly: you are throwing this in quick. what did you season it with? >> oregano, salt and pepper and white wine to deglaze it. little stock,.
restaurant week. >> it's a great thing i. was put together with the chamber of commerce. it bring as lot of people in town when there is not really a lot of people in town. >>jay: talk about last night, for instance. >> last night was great. but, to answer your question, we do regional dining question seen so it's all different regions of italy. it's not like one set area. it is a legit question, jay. >>jay: that was in the past hour. >> last night was great. super busy. everyone loved everyone and we didn't have any complaints which is awesome. >>holly: you already had the pasta cooked and you flow it in the pan together? >> yeah. this year we are doing a lot of fresh pasta, doing it in-house, turning the whole basement into a pasta factory. >>holly: you can come in and get, what, what for your money for restaurant week?
three course menu for dinner, for $30 lunch is two courses for $16. >>jay: all right. this came together quickly. >> yeah, it did. >>holly: it smells delicious. >> i just want to let those cook a little bit. >>holly: of course strata is one of many restaurants participating in restaurant week and it actually runs through next thursday. we will link you to our web site, wlos.com. not everyone likes strata offeringlike strata isdoing lunch and dinner but you can go out every day of the week. >>jay: we have chefs coming in every day this week. >>holly: and anthony is nice enough to bring in two $50 gift certificates that you can enter to win. >>jay: as we head to the break -- >>holly: looks great, anthony. thanks. >> thank you. >>holly: we will be right back.
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>>holly: we have an update on a deadly attack at a university in pakistan. the associated press now reports 20 people were killed. >>jay: security forces killed four of the attackers and say that troops have now left the campus. the pakistani taliban has taken responsibility for the attack. >>holly: making headline, isis is confirming for the first time the man known as jihadi dead jihadi john is dead. >>jay: some of the horrific video showed him beheading people and u.s. officials said 2 months ago they were reasonably killed he was killed in a strike in see syria but isis was silent until it published his oh bitch area in their magazine. >>jay: we have a look at "el chapo's" prison quarters. the mexican drug lord is surrounded by prison guards
his every move and there are 400 fixed cameras t. prison is also using guard dogs trained to detect his cent. "el chapo" whose real name is joaquin guzman broke out soft same prison last year and was recaptured two weeks ago. 2016 presidential race has been a roller coaster of surprising poll numbers and shifting loyalties. >>jay: as reed banion reports, two clear front runners dominated most polls on each side now for months. >> >>reporter: with the iowa caucus less than two weeks away and new hampshire's first in the nation primary, the battle for top spot is heating up. ted cruz took big hits in iowa where he had been gaining momentum. the fist blow coming from hawk eye state governor kerry brand strand strongly denouncing cruise. >> i think it's a big mistake for iowa to support him. >> he citing the opposition to the ethanol mandates popular in the corn rich state-
of renewables. >> and sarah palin endorsed donald trump. >> i'm here to support the next president of the united states, donald trump. >>reporter: on the democratic side, hillary clinton's importance for ayeowa has taken on urgency as bernie sanders surges in new hampshire. a new cnn poll shows sanders with 60% support of likely democratic supporters to clinton's 33%. this is as sanders pushes back against doubts about his general election viability. >> then there's an reasonable degree of medical probability a, well, you know, the reason we have to vote for secretary clinton is she is the only candidate who can beat right wing republicans. if you want somebody who will beat donald trump, who is going to beat the other republicans, i think bernie sanders is that candidate. >>reporter: i'm reed banion reporting.
makes string cheese so >>holly: 6:56. a live look at our indigo bridge. >>jay: snow is falling. >>holly: the winter weather advisory goes into effect at 7 o'clock. now we know why. >>jay: exactly. >>holly: here is the answer took.com/news day's mind teaser. in honor of national cheese lovers day we asked what makes cheese string so stringy. >>jay: the cheese is heat and stretched. >>holly: world leaders are gathering in switzerland for the world economic forum. >>jay: it's not all business
san franciscosophisticated sound of the mountains. >> [yodeling] >>jay: to get that authentic sound you need sharp changes in pitch. the difficulty with yodeling, you can't meander up to the top note, you have to jump into it. good to know. >>holly: we have two winners in the "early bird gets the win" give away. >>jay: congratulations to pat gill and ralph. >>holly: you won get certificates to strata. >>ingrid: we will e-mail you how to claim your prize. we are seeing snowfall across the region so keep that in mind for your commute. the winter weather advisory goes from 7:00 for the n nt 24 hours. >>holly: on the roads so far? >>jaclyn: nothing new with slick conditions but with the snow be careful out there and we will keep you updated on wlos.com.