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rebecca kitchen is live with the details. the nevada highway patrol says one man is dead after he was hit by a car on i-580 near bowers mansion. trooper duncan dauber says the man was lying in the northbound lanes on i-580 when he was struck by a honda civic around 1:07 a.m. on february 8th. remsa tried to revive the man but pronounced him dead a short time later. care flight was reportedly enroute but was turned around. all northbound lanes on i-580 to bellevue road are closed in washoe valley. it is not clear if alcohol was a factor in this crash the nevada highway patrol says one man is dead after he was hit by a car on i-580 near bowers mansion. trooper duncan dauber says the man was lying in the northbound lanes on i-580 when he was struck by a honda civic around 1:07 a.m. on february 8th. but pronounced him dead a
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reportedly enroute but was turned around. all northbound lanes on i-580 to bellevue road are closed in washoe valley. it is not clear if alcohol was a factor in this crash the nevada highway patrol says one man is dead after he was hit by a car on i-580 near bowers mansion. trooper duncan dauber says the man was lying in the northbound lanes on i-580 when he was struck by a honda civic around 1:07 a.m. on february 8th. remsa tried to revive the man but pronounced him dead a short time later. care flight was reportedly enroute but was turned around. all northbound lanes on i-580 to bellevue road are closed in washoe valley. it is not clear if alcohol was a factor in this crash ... more breaking news out of sparks. police are investigating an armed robbery at the alamo casino on greg street. it happened around 4:30 this morning. police say a white man about 5-foot-8 robbed a clerk at the casino's cashier cage. the clerk told police the man appeared to have black paint on his face. fortunately no one was injured. police are also investigating an armed robbery in stead. it happened at the maverick gas station on stead boulevard just before 4 this morning. officials say the man stole money from the cash register then took off in a vehicle. right now they don't have a description of the suspect. if you have any information on either of these robberies, call secret witness at 322- 4900.
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matherly with a look at the forecast. high pressure will bring generally light winds and unseasonably mild daytime temperatures this week. strong valley inversions will continue today, then weaken during the next few days as weak low pressure slowly approaches the west coast. precipitation chances remain slim for the upcoming week. the main short term weather issue is the
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winds along the sierra crest and carson range, generally ranging from 50-60 mph since yesterday with a maximum gust of 74 mph at alpine meadows summit. these wind speeds should trend downward turning now to super bowl 50. the denver broncos pulling off the upset-- beating the carolina panthers 24 to 10. broncos fans of course celebrating the win. and in new york... the empire state building even lighting up in blue and orange. abc's brandi hitt has a recap of the big game. "good morning. it wasn't a high scoring game but definitely an exciting one for broncos fans. there was a deafening sea of orange in the stadium cheering the team on, and now waking up to this headlin.. champs." nats - a super-sized "super bowl 50" celebration... for the denver broncos... defeating the carolina panthers - 24 - 10.
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39 year old peyton manning -- now a two- time champion -- is the oldest quarterback leading a team to victory. sot - manning // "i feel very, very grateful." // reporter: "is this your final game in your career?" peyton: "you know...i'll take some time to reflect." credit also goes to the tough broncos defense - nats - stopping the pathers from scoring... nats - time... and time again. with von miller named m-v-p. nats - coldplay's half time show - was bright and cheerful - special guests beyonce and bruno mars...joining in the action. nats - and -- this year's super bowl ads... went to the dogs... many - chosing to feature adorable animals... and humor. nats - this moment though... belongs to broncos fans - celebrating here... and on the streets in colorado... sot - mos the team - excited to
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and they aren't wasting any time planning a victory parade and celebration. that will take place tuesday in denver. brandi hitt - abc news - santa clara, california. over ... but local sports books won't be getting much of a break. vaughan has more on how they're preparing sporting event. how does march madness compare to other major sporting events when it comes the business you see at the sports book? it is one of the busiest times of year for sports betting. there will be people all throughout the tournament watching games and placing bets. is the flow of people through here pretty steady during the tournament, or is there a particular time that it gets really busy?
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throughout ... but there are definitely certain games that are more popular or bring in the crowds. what else will be going on here for the tournament? just like the super bowl, we will have big viewing parties where we'll roll out the big screens for people to watch the games. and of course, lots of food and fun. ... now when breaking down the numbers ... march madness brings in now when breaking down the numbers ... march madness brings in more revenue for sports betting ... with roughly 9-billion
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about 4 billion for the super bowl. but keep in mind that there are nearly 2 weeks of games for people to bet on in the n-c-a-a tournament ... whereas the super bowl is just one day. and despite the fact that it only happens once a year, the super bowl is still the most watched u-s sporting event with an average of 114 million viewers ... that's according to fortune.com. the first round of games for the big tourney will be march 15th. reporting live from atlantis race and sports book, matt vaughan, kolo 8 news now. anim turning now to the fight over solar power. the nevada public utilities commission will hold a hearing today on a proposal from n-v energy to "grandfather" some rooftop solar customers. it's in response to the rate increases approved by regulators in december. the proposal includes allowing the lower rates for existing solar customers if they installed or applied for their system by september 10th, 2015. another option would have the higher rates
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governor sandoval has signed an emergency regulation to address the teacher shortage in nevada. right now there are 40 vacant teaching positions in washoe county and 7-hundred in clark county. the governor's "statement of emergency" signed on friday allows out of state teachers to get temporary teaching licenses. after that--- they'll have a year to finish meeting all the requirements. this is the second emergency regulation the governor has signed. police are looking for two men who broke into total wine on vriginia and stole a large amount of merchandise. it happened early yesterday morning. when officers arrived on scene, they found a smashed window. police are looking for two black men seen driving a white, four- door pickup truck. anyone with any information is asked to call the reno police department or secret witness at 322-4900. a woman is in the hospital after rolling her car yesterday afternoon. it happened on northbound i-580 near moana. n-h-p says she swerved to avoid debris on the road... over corrected... then rolled. she was taken to the hospital with moderate injuries.
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played a role in the crash. divers have recovered the bodies of two fisherman who went missing at pyramid lake last month. authorities say they were found just off of warrior point in water about 130 feet deep. the bay area men disappeared during a fishing trip on january first. the reno police department's "run with a recruiter" series kicked off at reno high school this weekend. the department plans to add 16 to 18 positions this year-- so officers met with some potential applicants. about a dozen people showed up to work out alongside officers, ask questions, and see if they're physically ready to take the test to become a police officer. "the city council has been amazing this year and last year helping to get our numbers up because we've been under 100 officers a couple years ago we were down to 1988 staffing levels, so thanks to the city council and mayor we're slowly getting those numbers up." the department holds these informal training sessions once a month. everyone is welcome to these informal training sessions once a month.
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check it out. the department will start accepting applications at the end of april. if you're craving a chiptole burrito for lunch today... well it's not gonna happen for ya.... a look at their company-wide meeting today that will cause a delayed opening... and there are safe places to park your car... and not-so-safe places. parking on a lake turned out very bad for a lot of people in wisconsin. coming up, lindsey matherly will have your complete forecast.
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news now. "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 strange site in
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a strange site in wisconsin. more than a dozen parked cars broke through the ice saturday at lake geneva's winterfest. as rachel steibing shows us... it was quite the spectacle. --reporter pkg-as follows-- "it was kinda." jason st. germaine didn't walk, he ran to the lake, after a loud speaker announcement said cars on the ice were sinking. "there's probably four cars in front of us trying to get out and i'm actually nervous that there's so many cars close to each other on the edge there that we were gonna break through." with thousands in town for lake geneva's winter fest and the u.s. national snow sculpting competition, parking was difficucut. so, drivers took advantage of the open space. "it was a great spot to go and park." but were you concerned because it hasn't been that cold yet?" "no, i wasn't really concerned because i seen all the people out there. i seen the cars on there. so, for me it was, 'okay, if there's multiple cars out there then i can put my car on there."
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same thing. "i just had angels, angels watching over me. i know it." rowe was especially glad she was able to rescue her own car. "my mom passed away about six months ago and it was her car." divers called for a tow company that specializes in this. a few hours in, they already had half the vehicles out. "the divers have indicated that most of them are resting on the ice that they were on top of, so the weight of the vehicle's pushing them down at certain angles." amidst some award- winning snow sculptures, the mess on the lake was the bigger spectacle. "like i said just terrifying and just you know, thank the lord that no one was in any of the cars." --tag-- lake geneva police said no one was injured. high pressure will bring generally light winds
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temperatures this week. strong valley inversions will continue today, then weaken during the next few days as weak low pressure slowly approaches the west coast. precipitation chances remain slim for the upcoming week. the main short term weather issue is the gusty east ridge level winds along the sierra
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generally ranging from 50-60 mph since yesterday with a maximum gust of 74 mph at alpine meadows summit. these wind speeds should trend downward today, although some gusts near 55 mph could still occur. on lake tahoe, wind gusts were peaking near 25 mph on mid-lake buoys. these winds will produce choppy conditions with wave
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2 feet along the west shores mainly through this morning, but not quite reaching the threshold for a lake burners, listen up... they'll be some changes to burning man ticket prices you might want to know about. and here's a look at today's pump patrol. according to gasbuddy.com you will pay .....2.19 at arco and smith's. we have a link to the cheapest prices in your neighborhood on our
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you'll have to re-think your lunch break at chipotle today. the chain is closing all of it's stores nationwide for four hours so employees can participate in a company-wide staff meeting about food safety. it's in response to the e-coli outbreak that recently hit the chain. all restaurants will re-open at 3 p.m. people buying burning man tickets later this month will also pay a "live entertainment" tax for the first time.
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notified by the nevada department of taxation last week that the event qualified for the charge. the state says tax registration is required before the 15-thousand tickets go on sale. the organization previously argued for exemption- claiming attendees--not the organization-- provided entertainment. ## does it feel like you're pulling teeth everytime you're trying to get an answer from a man? well believe it or not, experts say there's a reason for those short answers. we'll explain. for news while you're on the move, listen to our news partner news-talk 780 koh high pressure will bring
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and unseasonably mild daytime temperatures this week. strong valley inversions will continue today, then weaken during the next few days as weak low pressure slowly approaches the west coast. precipitation chances remain slim for the upcoming week. the main short term weather issue is the gusty east ridge level getting short answers from a man seems to be a common thing women complain about.
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there's a simple reason for those one word responses. phsychologist and author of 'lost in translations', steven stephens says its simply because men don't want their response to get them in trouble. he says men want to feel like their the boss at all times, and the more they say, the more information women have to analyze. with all that information a woman is more likely to prove a man wrong on any given subject. so ladies, if you want your man to communicate a little more, experts recommend validating whatever answer he gives with something like, 'that's interesting', author of 'lost in translations', steven stephens says its simply because men don't want their response to get them in trouble. he says men want to feel like their the boss at all times, and the more they say, the more information women have to analyze. with all that
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"you're watchithanks for joining us here on good morning reno... i'm amanda sanchez and i'm dave lawrence. it's time ... breakin kolo 8 news now's rebecca kitchen is live
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the nevada highway patrol was hit by a car on i-580 near bowers mansion. the man was lying in the northbound lanes on i-580 when he was struck by a honda civic around 1:07 a.m. on february 8th. remsa tried to revive the man but pronounced him dead a short time later. care flight was reportedly enroute but was turned around. all northbound lanes on i-580 to bellevue road are closed in washoe valley. it is not clear if alcohol was a factor in this crash the nevada highway patrol says one man is dead after he was hit by a car on i-580 near bowers mansion. trooper duncan dauber says the man was lying in the northbound lanes on i-580 when he was struck by a honda civic around 1:07 a.m. on february 8th. remsa tried to revive the man but pronounced him dead a short time later. care flight was
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turned around. all northbound lanes on i-580 to bellevue road are closed in washoe valley. it is not clear if alcohol was a factor in this crash the nevada highway patrol says one man is dead after he was hit by a car on i-580 near bowers mansion. trooper duncan dauber says the man was lying in the let's go to lindsey matherly with a look at the forecast. high pressure will bring generally light winds and unseasonably mild daytime temperatures this week. strong valley inversions will continue today, then weaken during the next few days as weak low pressure slowly approaches the west coast. precipitation chances remain slim for the upcoming week.
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weather issue is the gusty east ridge level winds along the sierra crest and carson range, generally ranging from 50-60 mph since yesterday with a maximum gust of 74 mph at alpine meadows summit. these wind speeds should trend downward we're just a day away from the first primary of the 20-16 presidential race. the candidates are canvassing the granite state for votes. scott mc-klayn mclean is in manchester, new hampshire with the latest. --reporter pkg-as follows-- bernie! bernie! like a good neighbor... new hampshire voters are there for vermont senator bernie sanders. that's according to latest ic-n-n/w-m-u-r poll of democratic voters... it shows sanders with 58-percent support -- 23 points ahead of hillary clinton. presidential candidate when we began this campaign here in new hampshire, we were 30 points down in the polls and she was much better known in this state than i was. at least one political analyst isn't putting much stock in those numbers. "it is the hardest state in the world to poll. there is no way
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beat her by 30 points, i think she's going to come in under 10." meanwhile, hillary clinton left new hampshire sunday for a meeting in flint, michigan... where contaminated water threatens a community's health presidential candidate "the children of flint are just as precious as the children of any other part of america." the issue is sure to come up in the run-up to michigan's march eighth vote. presidential candidate "if i came in second, i wouldn't be happy" meanwhile on the republican side, the latest cnn polling shows about a third of voters supporting donald trump meaning he's got slightly more than twice the support of his nearest competitor marco rubio. come tuesday, it could be the end of the line for some candidates who don't perform well. "usually what happens, iowa and new hampshire weed out the weaker candidates and you might not have a lot of weeding out after tuesday." the gloves were off in new hampshire during the republican presidential debate saturday. donald trump doubled
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on immigration, saying no one else wants to mention the problem. ted cruz took aim at the president saying he won't focus on defeating isis. candidates also slammed the affordable care act. they talked about north korea's missile-launch claims, jeb bush saying if a pre-emptive strike is necessary to keep americans safe, then we should do it. and there were heated exchanges between marco rubio and chris christie. this notion that barack obama doesn't know what he's doing is just not true? natsot christie there it is. the memorized 25- second speech. there it is, everybody butt with steph: you're getting pounded for repeating that speech? rubio: well, look we raised more money last night in the 1st hour that debate than any other debate in just a few days, we'll find out which candidate made the most compelling case to new hampshire voters. at least 38-people are dead after a 6.4 magnitude earthquake hit tie-nan tainana, taiwan over the weekend. more than 170 victims
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17-story apartment building that collapsed in tainan on saturday. rescuers believe at least 1-hundred people are still trapped inside the building. turning now to controversy in north korea. the united nations security council called an emergency meeting after north korea reportedly launched a satellite into space on saturday. although north korea says the launch was scientific and for peacful purposes, its being widely viewed as a front to test a ballistic missile. the united nations security council strongly disapproved the launch and says they will now adopt a new resolution in response to these dangerous and serious violations. divers will resume a search off the southern california coast today for wreckage from two small planes that collided last week. authorities say the remains of two victims and parts of one plane were recovered more than a 100-feet below the ocean surface yesterday. officials launched the search friday after both planes disappeared from radar, leading investigators to believe there was a collision.
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removed pieces of the 565-foot crane that collapsed and killed one person and injured three others last friday. new york mayor, bill de blasio announced a new citywide safety measure for cranes following the deadly collapse. the new regulations will require crawler cranes to be placed in safety mode when winds reach 20 miles-per-hour and residents and business owners will also be notified whenever a crane is being lowered or moved. sad news out of canada this morning. canadian police say two teenagers are dead and six others are injured after running into a concrete gate on a bobsleigh track. police say the teens broke into an olympic park to use the track. they say it branched off into a luge track - but it was separated by a concrete gate. two of the teens were pronounced dead on scene -- the other teens were taken to near by hospitals with injuries ranging from minor to police say all of survivors are severely incident. in a matter of seconds,
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college tuition--gone-- after a virginia woman's purse was stolen at a dunkin donuts. roz plater reports. --reporter pkg-as follows-- the esteves family had stopped off at this dunkin donuts to grab a bite to eat before driving their 18 year old daughter back to college in pennsylvania. the family drove off...and and almost immediately...maria esteves realized she had left her purse behind...in it was her daughter's tuition. "i had an envelope from the bank with 10-thousand dollars inside it." in this surveillance tape police say stole it. you can see her looking around and slipping the purse inside her own. a few minutes later, esteves returns and is purse gone. "i was in shock...at first i could not believe...i was crying, my daughter was crying and screaming..." she had worked hard to save that money...
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fairfax county police want you to take a good look at the suspected thief... investigators say she is white...about 5'7"...between 30 and 40 years old. this is the vehicle she got into: a dark colored s-u-v, believed to be a 2009 to 2011 mitsubishi endeavor. estevez says she knows getting her money back is a long shot, but she is still holding out hope. "in my heart i know that maybe something will happen...i hope i can get my money back. i just hope someone will recognize her and call the police." the center for disease control has new guidelines for women trying to get pregnant. why women across the country are weighing in on what is said to be controversial advice. flaky red itchy skin is common during the winter months. expert tips on how to take care of your skin in this dry climaye. "you're watching kolo 8 news now good morning reno with dave lawrence, amanda sanchez and lindsey matherly
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generally light winds and unseasonably mild daytime temperatures this week. strong valley inversions will continue today, then weaken during the next few days as weak low pressure slowly approaches the west coast. precipitation chances remain slim for the upcoming week. the main short term weather issue is the gusty east ridge level winds along the sierra crest and carson range, generally ranging from 50-60 mph since
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at alpine meadows summit. these wind speeds should trend downward today, although some gusts near 55 mph could still occur. on lake tahoe, wind gusts were peaking near 25 mph on mid-lake buoys. these winds will produce choppy conditions with wave heights near 2 feet along the west shores mainly through this morning, but not quite reaching the threshold for a lake wind advisory. otherwise, as the ridge axis moves east of the sierra crest by this evening, overall wind speeds will decrease with ridge level gusts below 30 mph. for tuesday-wednesday, a relatively weak south to southwest flow is expected in higher
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inversions will continue today, then weaken during the next few days as weak low pressure slowly approaches the west coast. precipitation chances remain slim for the upcoming week. the main short term weather issue is the gusty east ridge level winds along the sierra crest and carson range, generally ranging from 50-60 mph since yesterday with a maximum gust of 74 mph at alpine meadows summit. these wind speeds should trend downward today, although some gusts near 55 mph could still occur. on lake one irritating thing many of us deal with during these cold winter months is the dry winter air. from static in our hair to dry skin and eyes... the cold winter air can wreak havoc on our
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daniel allan... a physician at cleveland clinic.. dry air can not only be annoying.. but it can play a role in how often you get sick. "your sinuses will dry out. the mucus that normally should be gooey and thick and can trap infection gets drier. so you're more likely to get a cold because your mucus is not as able to catch things that you breathe in." doctor allen says one way to combat the dryness is to add humidity through either a home humidifier or even placing large bowls of water around your house. but don't overdo it... too much humidity can cause mold and dust mites to grow and could cause respiratory issues... the proper level is between other tips... shorten your showers and don't make them too hot. also you can try applying a natural moisturizer before you get out of the shower. the c-d-c is apologizing after a controversial recommendation to women. it says women should refrain from drinking alcohol.. saying the risk to babies is too high. many women saying that advice -- goes way too
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here's abc's gloria riviera. take out today in bold women across the country?sounding off over the cdc's new guidelines on alcohol and pregnancy. mos navy jacket: it just makes no sense to me. // mos pink jacket woman: are you serious? is this really what you feel comfortable telling your wife, your sister, your daughter? gfx & gfx pullot? v/o: while many women support the cdc's long standing warning about the dangers of drinking while pregnant - the new guidelines hit a nerve?because they go further?telling health professionals to: "advise a woman to stop drinking if she is trying to get pregnant or not using birth control with sex." v/o: outage exploding on social media?calling the advice: v/o tweets:
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: patronizing, reactionary sexist. mos woman in headscarf: i feel like they are over-stepping the boundary in terms of what women can do with their own bodies. sot dr. jennifer ashton a lot of people talking i was walking home.
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with one swipe, it devoured one of theroissants. then jack showed up and took care of the beast, so i could escape. and that's what happened to your breakfast croissant. and yours? it survived. share it with yourself. freshlycracked egg with ham and bacon,or sausage,
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about the big game this morning and the commercials. this year's superbowl ads took on a new tone. here's abc's clayton sandell. let's face it? a lot of last year's super bowl commercials were downers. nats - boy: i couldn't grow up, because i died from an accident. the super bowl was more of a bummer bowl. but tonight? nats - "puppy monkey baby. puppy monkey baby." ?advertisers are bringing back happy. singing sheep? nats - honda / singing sheep / "take alook at yourself in the mirror?" aliens? nats - avocados from mexixo / guide: this is the cube of rubik. this simple puzzle was considered unsolvable. kid alien: did they not have brains? guide: simple ones. weiner dogs in costumes. hollywood hotties. nats - hyundai / ryan reynolds / song / cops & construction workers / "whatta man whatta man what a mighty good man." kids are back? but this time it's girls getting hairstyle help from their nfl dads. nats - pantene / daddy can you put the bow inside the braid.
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nats - budlight ad / amy schumer / "we're forming the bud light party." ?but a lot more fun. sot - rogen: "this is our independence day! the kung fu panda even spoofs the old spice guy. nats - panda: look your panda, now look at me. i'm on a tiger. even the serious stuff? like dame helen mirren saying "don't drink and drive"... is funny. nats - helen mirren / "if your brain was donated to science? science would return it." so this year? even if your team gets you down? nats - snickers / director: you get a little cranky when you're hungry. director: better? monroe: much better ?advertisers are making sure the commercials won't. clayton sandell abc
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thousands of people in asia are celebrating today... today is the chinese new year! some facts about this year's celebration. good morning - coming up on gma, super bowl 50 - the denver broncos winning their 3rd superbowl championship - we have all the highs and lows of the big game - this morning, peyton manning joins us to discuss his team's big victory only on gma.
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radio" traffic center. how's it looking so far? traffic running smoothly. no major delays on reno area highways. no major delays on highways in northern california. back to you in the studio. thanks very much mike. here's a look at today's top stories.
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580, near bowers mansion are back open after being closed for vehicle versus early this morning. officials with n-h-p say a northbound lanes of was hit. the driver was reportedly arrested for unrelated charges. police are investigating an armed robbery at the alamo casino on greg street. it happened around 4:30 this morning. police say a man about 5-foot-8 robbed a clerk at the casino's cashier cage. he was wearing all black clothing and black face paint. the nevada public utilities commission will hold a hearing today on a proposal from n-v some customer's solar rates. it's in response to the rate increases approved by regulators in december. governor sandoval has signed an emergency regulation to address the teacher shortage in nevada. right now there are 40 vacant teaching positions in washoe county and 7-hundred in clark county.
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"statement of emergency" signed on friday allows out of state teachers to get licenses. here's lindsey with forecast. high pressure will bring generally light winds and unseasonably mild daytime strong valley inversions will continue today, then weaken during the next few days as weak low pressure slowly approaches the west coast. precipitation chances remain slim for the
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year in asia. biggest holiday. locals in hong kong welcomed the year of spectacular style. beijing kicked off the lunar year with a dazzling fireworks display. the televised gala has become one of the world's most-watched broadcasts. we will back for an update in 30 minutes. gma is coming up next...
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good morning, america. the denver broncos run away with the championship. >> the denver broncos have taken super bowl 50. >> their devastating defense grounding cam newton. >> the ball is out in the end zone. >> and powering past carolina. a super ending for peyton manning, becoming the oldest qb to lead his team to the title. was this his final game? peyton manning is joining us this morning. one-two punch. two powerful storms moving in. 25 states in the crosshairs. new england under a blizzard warning. and this cruise ship caught in
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