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keeping dry conditions over the eastern sierra and western anim graphi today family and friends will bury the virginia teen who was found stabbed to death last monday. meantime, we're learning more about the events leading up to her death. abc's eva pilgrim has more. script: tonight as a family prepares to lay their 13 year old daughter to rest, authorities still trying to piece together the case family and friends telling abc news 7th grader nicole lovell was bullied at school? self conscious about the way she looked after beating serious childhood illnesses ? she had multiple social media accounts? facebook, instgram, snapchat, kik?. it was there police think she met david eisenhauer? the 18 year old freshman - a former high school track star - charged in her murder. 01;01;12;25 -- lt mike albert/blacksburg pd: eisenhauer used this
abduct and then kill her. nicole lovell's parents say they last saw her last tuesday night. she snuck out? pushing a dresser against her bedroom door? climbing out her window. saturday morning? police arrest david eisenhauer? in his dorm at virginia tech. that afternoon? authorities find lovell's body? 80 miles away in north carolina. both students behind bars tonight? keepers back in court tomorrow for a bond hearing. family and friends will bury nicole lovell tomorrow. that was eva pilgrim reporting wisconsin authorities say a man called in a bomb threat to a wisconsin county sheriff's office over the documentary, 'making a murderer'. according to reports, the caller mentioned --quote-- "getting justice for steven," the wisconsin man in the documentary whose prosecution in a 2005 killing was allegedly done with planted evidence by wisconsin deputies. "same voice, same type of call. indicating there was a bomb in the building and there would be a quote huge massacre." investigators are trace the origin of yesterday's call.
prosecute the man who made the bomb threat to the fullest extent of the law. a planned parenthood anti-abortion activist indicted for tampering with governmental records, is expected to turn himself in today. david daleiden is scheduled to appear in a texas courtroom after posting bond. daleiden was also indicted on a misdemeanor count related to purchasing human organs. another indicted activist, sandra merrit, turned herself in yesterday and was freed on a 2-thousand dollar bond. the videos they created alleged planned parenthood illegally sold fetal tissue to researchers for profit, but a grand jury concluded those allegations were false. a criminal case against bill cosby in pennsylvania will go forward. a montgomery county judge denied cosby's motion to dismiss the case in court yesterday. he's now facing sexual assault charges brought by one of his
cosby's lawyers argued the current case should be dismissed because of a district attorney's promise not to prosecute him 10- years ago -- but that promise was never put on paper. prosecutors say there's new evidence to pursue criminal sexual assault charges against cosby. the zika virus outbreak has prompted new guidelines for blood donations. the american redcross is asking anyone who's been in any country with the zika infection, to put off blood donations for 28-days, due to the virus' rapid spread. the virus is primarily spread through mosquito infection, but in some cases it was spread through blood transfusion or sexual contact. officials with the american red cross say they are monitoring the spread closely. united and delta air lines say theyre allowing pilots and flight attendants who are pregnant or might become pregnant to opt-out of flights headed to areas where the zika virus is a concern. this permits them to switch routes with no repercussions.
stopped accepting electronically filed tax returns because of a hardware failure. although the outage could affect refunds, the irs says they don't expect major disruptions. taxpayers can continue to send electronic returns to companies that serve as middlemen between taxpayers and the irs. but the agency says those companies have to hold on to the tax returns until the irs systems are up and running again. the e-filing system is expected to be back up and running sometime today. google fiber is planning to give high speed internet to thousands of low-income americans free of charge. the company says it intends to wire select public housing buildings in all of the cities where it operates. google fiber will be giving away more than a million dollars a year in services in kansas city alone - where the free service started yesterday. it's part of a plan launched by the white house last summer, aimed at connecting low-income households to the internet.
of five thousand dollars. and even the player's families are paying the price. the winter weather has caused more than our fair share of potholes around town. what the city is asking you to do when you see one. "you're watching kolo 8 news now good morning reno with dave lawrence, amanda sanchez and lindsey matherly with your hour by hour forecast" a culinary team from carson high school has their sights set on a state championship. noah and they're getting help from one the top chefs in america. that's tonight on kolo 8 news now at five.
potholes than normal. but city crews say fixing them is a top priority. that's why they're encouraging drivers who see potholes to call them in to "reno direct" and they'll have it repaired within 5 working days. officials say the asphalt on older roads is especially a concern call them in to "reno direct" and they'll have it repaired within 5 officials say the asphalt on older roads is especially a concern because it's more likely to deteriorate. "youre starting to see water in the cracks of the roadway, you get the expansion and contraction during the road starting to heave ad break apart and they develop potholes and then the haering of the vehicles turn small holes into larger holes in to potholes." for more information on "reno direct" head to kolo tv dot com. the bellvue road bridge in washoe valley will be closed for about 3- months for earthquake retrofitting. it's part of n-dot's project to seismically upgrade older bridges. if you take the bridge to work, you'll have to take the detour to bowers mansion road. interstate traffic can still travel along i-580. ### a wooster high school student is getting her
buckle up. allyssa corpus won a statewide contest to design an original billboard for the nevada department of public safety's "zero fatalities" campaign. you can expect to see it on billboards across nevada. high pressure off the west coast will build inland by this weekend and remain centered over the great basin through the middle of next week, keeping dry conditions over the eastern sierra and western nevada. below normal temperatures through friday will be followed by a steady warming trend into next week. the weak shortwave which brought light snow roughly north of susanville-lovelock yesterday evening has exited into eastern nv.
mention of precip for this morning. low amplitude ridge off the west coast then moving inland will keep the region dry through friday, but areas of cirrus will spread across most areas. with plenty of snow cover in place over western nv and light winds expected, we will keep max temps a few degrees cooler than mos guidance. the cooling effects of this snow cover inland by this weekend and remain centered over the great basin through the middle of next week, keeping dry conditions over the eastern sierra and western nevada. below normal temperatures through friday will be followed by a steady warming trend into next week. the weak shortwave which brought light
yesterday evening has exited into eastern nv. we have removed all mention of precip for this morning. low amplitude ridge off the west coast then moving inland will keep the region dry through friday, but areas of cirrus will spread across most areas. with plenty of snow cover in place over western nv and light winds expected, we will keep max temps a few degrees cooler than mos guidance. the cooling effects of this snow . . . .and a big ole happy birthday to our former veep. . .. former vice-president dan quayle has a birthday today. how old do you think dan quayle is? . . . . . . . . . . . . .
it's the super bowl's golden anniversary. to celebrate the big 5-0 -- america's biggest game lot of money. mary moloney breaks down the super budget of the super bowl. hard to believe. almost here. as an event -- forbes says the super bowl is the most valuable sports event in the world. for super bowl 50 -- the nfl is expected to make at least 620-million dollars. that's even more than last years fight between pacquiao and mayweather . if you want to go to the big game -- it's gonna cost you. seat-geek predicts this super bowl to be the most expensive ever on resale ticket sites. the lowest price on seat geek right now runs in the 35-hundred dollar range. but a listing on the 50- yard line costs as much as a new car -- 16 thousand 600 dollars. you're going to have to pay up when you look for hotels in the area --
some places jacked up the prices six times the normal rate. companies wanting to cash in will also have to pay a pretty penny. a 30 second commercial during the game costs 5 million. that's a couple hundred thousand dollars more than last year. cbs -- the network carrying the game -- expects to make 350 million dollars -- just from ads alone. some of the big spenders -- anheuser- busch pepsi and coke. one group that won't get paid? coldplay. but don't cry for the super bowl half-time performer. it's still good for business. last year -- more than 118 million people watched the super bowl half-time show. in fact -- on average -- more people watched the performance than the game itself. so for last year's performer -- katy perry -- that free gig turned into a 12 minute commercial. as you watch this game -- or just the commercials -- try not to think about the green. for consumer watch -- i'm mary moloney. you might think the players in this weekends game could get their
that's not the case. denver broncos punter, pay 18-hundred dollars for his newborn daughter to get into the game. are selling for a little dollars. game this weekend at remodeled sports book. sports book' in stateline is now open for business -- just in time for the super bowl. 'william hill' is the largest sports book operator in nevada, with 105 locations. they'll offer more than 830 wagers you can make on the super bowl.
om all over the world are competing at the reno- sparks convention center. they're competing in the u-s open tie-kwon-doe taekwondo championships -- through sunday. matches last just minutes and the action can be fast and intense. one athlete competing is 20 year-old jackie galloway. galloway is top four in the world in taekwondo - she says she loves to see other young people striving to meet the same goal. olympic athlete, "i mean it's amazing this is such a huge tournament, you see the turnout. it is great to see so many young athletes coming up, especially young girls coming up, getting in there and brawling it out, it is greatatto see." this is the first year reno has hosted the championship but tournament could find a home here. a mystery millionaire has less than 24 hours
a 63 million dollar winning super lotto ticket was purchased on august 8th at a seven- eleven in chatsworth, california. but so far.. no winner has come forward. he or she has until 5 tinight to claim the prize otherwise the money will go to california's public school system. the winning numbers? 46-1-33-30-16 and the mega
centered over the great basin through the middle of next week, keeping dry conditions over the eastern sierra and western nevada. below normal temperatures through friday will be followed by a steady warming trend into next week. the weak shortwave which brought light snow roughly north of susanville-lovelock yesterday evening has exited into eastern nv. we have removed all mention of precip for this morning. low amplitude ridge off the west coast then moving inland will keep the region dry through friday, but areas of in today's "techbytes," if you had trouble filing your taxes overnight, it wasn't you. the irs e-file system has been down because of a computer
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