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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 one man was killed early this morning in a vehicle vs. pedestrian accident in washoe valley.. the nevada highway patrol says the incident happened on i-580 near bowers mansion around 1 am. n-h-p tells us the man was standing near the northbound lanes on the interstate when he was struck by a honda civic. remsa tried to revive the man but pronounced him dead a short time later. its not clear if alcohol was a factor in this crash. the incident closed the northbound lanes of i- 580 to bellevue road for several hours but they are now back open. and one woman remains in the hospital this morning following a rollover crash on northbound i-580 near
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n-h-p says she swerved to avoid debris on the road... over corrected... then rolled. she was taken to the hospital with moderate troopers don't think alcohol or drugs played a role in the crash. investigating an armed robbery at the alamo casino on greg street. it happened around 4:30 this morning. the victim is an employee at the alamo and was working as a cashier. according to the clerks statement... the suspect displayed a large silver handgun and ordered the clerk to fill up a backpack. the supect then g rabbed the bag and ran from the casino. the suspect is described as a white male about 5-foot-8 with dark hair and about 30 years of age. at the time.. he was wearing some type of black face paint.. all black clothing and a black baseball cap. fortunately no one was injured. reno police are 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
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right now they don't have a description of the suspect. r-p-d is also looking for two men who they say broke into total wine on south virginia and stole a large amount of merchandise early yesterday morning. police are looking for two black men last seen driving a white, four- door pickup truck. if you have any information on any of these robberies.. call secret witness at 322- 4900. packed schedules and sharp attacks on the campaign trail in new hampshire. less than 24 hours before the polls open in the nation's first primary in the presidential race... and candidates are pushing hard to get voters out tomorrow. abc's kenneth moton is in manchester with more. pkg script: the fight for new hampshire voters? nats - "...rally..." it's a non-stop day of rallies to energize supporters and town halls to lure those undecided voters. donald trump is looking for his first win. sot - donald trump / presidential candidate " you have to go out and vote tomorrow......"
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has a double digit lead. the battle for second is between iowa caucus winner ted cruz and marco rubio. sot marco rubio / presidential candidate "...why do you keep saying the same thing about obama trying to change america? i'm gonna keep saying that a million times, because it's true." the junior florida senator is combatting rivals like chris christie who is hammering away at rubio's experience. sot - gov. chris christie / presidential candidate "the fact is, he's never accomplished anything of any note in the united states senate." for the democrats, bernie sanders is trying to keep the momentum. sot - sen. bernie sanders / presidential candidate "you have the right to determine future of america...not a handful of billionaires" poll shows his rival hillary clinton is closing the gap while her husband is on the attack. sot - president bill clinton "for her this is not about grand
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about whether we can improve people's lives." kenneth moton oncam close: new hampshire is known for being really involved in the political process. despite a forecast of snow, the state is expecting record turnout, more than half a million voters. kenneth moton, abc news manchester, new hampshire. 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 the governor has signed. it may still be mid- winter... but washoe county already has an eye on summer activities. they are looking to fill a number of seasonal positions including - aquatics, recreation, park rangers and maintenance. you can find a complete list of available positions and applications on-line on the washoe county parks and open space page. over 600-thousand dollars in grants are
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train nevada students in high-paying science and technology jobs. 'the stem workforce challenge grant' was awarded to six programs earlier this month. western nevada college will recieve a portion of the grant for their welding programs. the college of southern nevada and the nevada state college will also recieve a portion of the grant for a program that will teach hydroponics and other techniques for farming in the desert, among other things. 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 take effect over the course of 4 years. people buying burning man tickets later this month will also pay a "live entertainment" tax for the first time. organizers were
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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. ## the price of gas continues to drop. it's fallen another eight cents over the past two weeks. the national average is now just $1.82 per gallon. but here in northern nevada, you'll be paying a bit more than that. the average price for a gallon of regular gas in the reno sparks area is now $2.33..... that's down five cents from last week. if you're filling up with diesel, you can expect to pay $2.32 - that's only down three cents from last week. remember you can always find the best gas prices in your neighborhood by going to kolo tv dot com. 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
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but first... lindsey matherly will be back with your complete weather now forecast. announcer: "you're watching kolo 8 news now midday, with dave lawrence and weather with
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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
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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 check it out. the department will start accepting applications at the end of april. and now your kolo 8 hour-by-hour weather forecast with lindsey matherly. 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
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weather issue is the gusty east ridge level crest and carson range, generally ranging yesterday with a at alpine meadows summit. these wind speeds should trend downward gusts near 55 mph could still occur. on lake tahoe, wind gusts were peaking near 25 mph on mid-lake buoys. produce choppy conditions with wave heights near 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 decrease with ridge
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gusts below 30 mph. for tuesday-wednesday, a relatively weak south to southwest flow is expected in higher elevations as the ridge axis sets up over eastern nv. and unseasonably mild daytime temperatures this week. strong valley 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. imagine having your college tuition stolen out of your purse? how it happened to a virginia woman after she made a quick stop at a fast food restaurant. announcer: "for news while you're on the move, listen to our news
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accusations of attempted rape and sexual assault at an ivy league university... today, a fraternity president at cornell stands accused of attacking a female student in the frat house. he maintains he's innocent... but the school has suspended his fraternity. abc's elizabeth hur has the latest. pkg script: the president of an elite fraternity at cornell.. whose father is the owner of one of new york city's famous concert halls.. is 21- year-old wolfgang ballinger.. seen in this youtube video talking about his goals.. sot -- wolfgang balligner "at a young age i was taught to appreciate hard work and especially self-made worth." and now fighting charges that he sexually assaulted a female student inside this fraternity house on campus.. according to court documents, the woman alleges ballinger locked the door and forced himself onto her after she "verbally protested" several times. ballinger
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first degree attempted rape, first degree criminal sexual act, and first degree sexual abuse. sot - alex spiro / former prosecutor "the speed at which they took this case out of the university's pruview and brought it into a criminal setting suggests that the prosecution believes that they have a strong case." the university president.. also taking immediate action.. placing the fraternity, psi upsilon, on interim suspension.. saying "sexual violence has no place at cornell".. the college junior now sits in jail.. after surrendering to police four days after the alleged attack.. last sunday.. his lawyer is denying the accusations.. telling abc news.. ballinger's "innocence will be established at the proper time and in the proper place" close: ballinger is set to face a judge tomorrow.. for now.. the fraternity says it is cooperating with the ongoing investigation.. eh, abc news, ny. a pregnancy is a time of great discovery... of myths surrounding it. we'll separate fact
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ben deinken executive chef, whitney peak hotel's heritage restaurant whitney peak hotel presents 'heritage sessions' what: whitney peak hotel and artown will kick off their new collaborative live music and dining series, "artown and whitney peak hotel present: heritage sessions," the series is designed to highlight up-and-coming indie acoustic music performers, while celebrating innovative culinary arts. the inaugural heritage sessions event, which the hotel will host monthly in its heritage restaurant, pairs a special chef's menu created by new executive chef ben deinken with live, acoustic music. paper bird, a six-piece indie folk/baroque pop band based in denver, colorado, will perform live this friday beginning at 6 p.m.
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but seating is on a first-come, first-served basis. guests may order items from chef deinken's specially designed selection of pintxos, basque-style mini- tapas that are popular in san sebastian, spain, or they may order a la carte from heritage's new winter dinner menu. a wide selection of craft beers and cocktails, as well as local wines, are also available for purchase. where: whitney peak hotel, heritage restaurant 255 n. virginia street, reno, nevada 89501 contact: 775-398-5454 http://wwopentable.com/herit age-inside-whitney-peak-hotel about whitney peak hotel whitney peak hotel is reno's only full-service non-gaming and non-smoking indie hotel and is targeted to active-lifestyle guests who want to take advantage of the area's local culture, geography and natural resources. the hotel is only 45 minutes from the base of the sierra nevada mountains, providing guests easy access to a wide range of outdoor activities. whitney peak also features
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alternative, blues and country artists; and basecamp, a 7,000-square-foot indoor boulder park featuring the world's tallest exterior climbing wall. for more information on whitney peak, please visit www.whitneypeakhotel.com or call 398-5400. about artown established in 1996, artown is a leader in the northern nevada arts and culture industry using the festival as a platform to present culturally diverse and thought provoking performances. additionally, the organization exists to market and promote these arts events locally, regionally, and nationally as a premier arts festival. artown, a month-long summer arts festival, features about 500 events produced by more than 100 organizations and businesses in nearly 100 locations citywide. artown's primary supporter is the city of reno; the organization also receives major funding from the following sponsors: u.s. bank, nv energy, igt, reno tahoe usa,
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washoe county, reno media group, grand sierra resort, wild river grille, fox11 news4 executive chef, whitney peak hotel's heritage restaurant whitney peak hotel presents 'heritage sessions' what: whitney peak hotel and artown will kick off their new collaborative live music and dining series, "artown and whitney peak hotel present: heritage sessions," the series is designed to highlight up-and-coming indie acoustic music performers, while celebrating innovative culinary arts. the inaugural heritage sessions event, which the hotel will host monthly in its heritage restaurant, pairs a special chef's menu created by new executive chef ben deinken with live, acoustic music. paper bird, a six-piece indie folk/baroque pop band based in denver, colorado, will perform live this friday beginning at 6 p.m.
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first-served basis. guests may order items from chef deinken's specially designed selection of pintxos, basque-style mini- tapas that are popular in san
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order a la cartenow midday." welcome back to kolo- eight-news-now midday. i'm dave lawrence. 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
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asking congress for 1- point-8 billion dollars virus. the request comes as the world health organization calls a public health emergency the administration wants the money for emergency response in the u.s. and overseas. it's also targeted for c-d-c research of the virus. zika is transmitted by mosquitoes and is tied to birth abnormalities in newborns. the virus has spread to at least 29 countries. the obama administration says 50 americans have returned to the u.s. infected with zika. u.s. health officials are urging all pregnant women returning from affected countries to get tested. at least four people were rescued today from a high-rise apartment that was toppled by a 6.4 magnitude earthquake that hit tainan, taiwan.. over the weekend. one girl rescued was an 8-year-old.. who had been trapped for more than 61 hours. the mayor of tainan says the girl looked dehydrated... but otherwise seemded ok. at least 38-people are dead... and rescuers believe at least 1-
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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. crews in new york 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
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now.. to a scary scene in london. the quiet of a clear sunday morning.. shattered by an explosion on one of the city's famous bridges. so chilling because of terror attacks on buses before. but when the dust settled.. the word got around.. that moment was made in hollywood. abc's jennifer eccleston reporting in from london. script: an iconic double decker bus? crossing a bridge.. suddenly bursting into flames ?debris flying into the air.. the scene? so realistic.. so terrifying.. many didn't know what was happening. author sophie kinsella - was at a nearby playground with her kids. but the explosion? just a stunt for.. action star jackie chan's new film - the foreigner. nigel huddlestone catching it on camera? clearly aware it was
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sent out this flyer alerting the public.. "the explosion is controlled?" but not everyone was informed? bringing back memories of the other time a london bus was targeted - the deadly terror attacks in the summer of 2005. some finding the similarity.. insensitive. reporter on camera tag city officials reassured the public the explosion was just a stunt.. but in these times of heightened terror fears, even fiction can hit too close home. quicken loans' super bowl ad didn't sit well with some viewers. the online lender promoted 'rocket mortgage'... last night during the big game. it's a new tool that allows consumers to get a mortgage completely online. according to quicken loans president jay farner... the goal was to promote the convenience of the app. but some viewers on twitter said it was promoting a lending environment similar to the years leading up to the housing crash and the great recession. quicken loans' twitter handle was active last night responding to both negative and positive feedback. the consumer financial protection bureau chimed in with a tweet
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buyers to take their time and ask questions. quicken loans says all of its mortgages are fully underwritten. chipotle is closed for lunch today. the popular chain is closing all restuarants today for four hours... from now to 3 pm... for a meeting about food safety. that's after an e-coli outbreak has hurt it's bottom line. the meeting will focus on newly implemented food safety measures. in a matter of seconds, thousands of dollars in 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
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"i had an envelope from the bank with 10-thousand dollars inside it." in this surveillance tape you can see the woman 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 heartbroken to find her 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... "i clean houses for more than 25 years..." 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
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flaky red itchy skin is common during the winter months. expert tips on how to take care of your skin in this dry climaye. 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. but first... lindsey matherly will be back
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a strange site in wisconsin. more than a dozen parked cars broke
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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 difficult. 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." julie rowe thought the 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
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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 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. and now your kolo 8 hour-by-hour weather forecast with lindsey matherly. high pressure will bring generally light winds and unseasonably mild daytime temperatures this week. strong valley inversions will
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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 tahoe, wind gusts were peaking near 25 mph on mid-lake buoys. these winds will produce choppy conditions with wave
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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 elevations as the ridge axis sets up over eastern nv. 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 bodies. according to doctor 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
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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 thirty and fifty percent. 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. if you're pregnant, it may seem like everyone has advice to share about what you can, and cannot do, while you're expecting... especially when it comes to what you eat. kelly bowman sorts out the myths from reality. --reporter pkg-as follows-- true or false, pregnant mothers are eating for two? that's actually false, unfortunately. if you have a healthy diet prior to pregnancy we would like you to increase your calories by 300 calories a day food cravings are caused by the growing baby, true or false? i wish that that were true, but i have to dispel that myth. that is not true. mom may crave that
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the baby doesn't actually know what he or she needs quite yet. babies actually need fruits and vegetables, protein and a little bit of carbohydrates, and a little bit of fat, so it can really develop in a healthy fashion. true or false, it's okay to have an alcoholic beverage? what we've really discovered through research in pregnancy is that there really is no safe level of alcohol. true or false, you should only drink decaf while pregnant? false. so. a little bit of caffeine is certainly safe during pregnancy. uh, usually i recommend limiting caffeine to two glasses a day, or two servings a day. i'm kelly bowman. a teeny polar bear cub gets a new name via
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and a couple pulled over for speeding has a reeeaaaally good excuse. plus a look at some of the top super bowl
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three weeks before the oscars, and top honors are anything but settled. david daniel has that and more --reporter pkg-as follows-- best picture at the oscars is officially a
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alejandro irritu took top honors at the directors guild of america awards, leaving the three major hollywood guilds divided: "spotlight" took the top prize at the screen actors guild awards, and the producers guild of america chose "the big short" as its top film. we'll see which way the academy goes february 28th. "uh-oh. she's looking at us. what did she say?" "uh, sorry, sir -- no one was listening." "is it garbage night? uh, we left the toilet seat up. what is it, there's less suspense about the oscar for best animated feature, after "inside out" won 10 best feature, from the international animated film society. the pixar pic has also grabbed the golden globe and the critics choice award for best animated feature. "paparazzi, catch my fly, and my cocky fresh..." how do you send a new song straight to the top of billboard and
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chart? try dropping a surprise single and video the same weekend you're playing the super bowl halftime show... and it helps if you're beyonc! the superstar's latest track includes commentary on police brutality, hurricane katrina and black financial power. for hollywood minute, i'm david daniel. a lot of people talking 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: weiner dogs in costumes. hollywood hotties.
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construction workers / "whatta man whatta man what a mighty good man." it's girls getting hairstyle help their nfl dads. nats - pantene / daddy can you put the bow inside the braid. yeah? there's politics? 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? director: you get a little cranky when you're hungry. director: better? monroe: much better the commercials won't. clayton sandell abc
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today marks the first day of the lunar new year in asia. it's known as china's biggest holiday. locals in hong kong welcomed the year of the monkey in 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. an ohio zoo leaves the naming-duties of their newest polar bear up to ohioans... and a dog trapped underground makes a miraculous recovery. here's jeremy roth --reporter pkg-as follows-- after an exhaustive social media campaign to
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the votes have been tallied and the results are in... meet...nora! the fuzzy new addition to ohio's columbus zoo was the subject of an online campaign to name her. voters chimed in from 115 countiess. but what's in a name? well, the name nora is actually a combo of her parents' names: nanuq and aurora. an alabama couple had some baby-naming of their own to do.. after delivering their newborn on the side of a highway! the huntsville couple was speeding to a hospital...when a state trooper took notice and pulled them over. but instead of delivering a speeding ticket, the trooper helped the dad deliver the baby boy named barrett. the trooper actually did write them up...just not a speeding ticket..... "this is birth certificate....beautiful baby boy." and a harrowing story of survival has a happy ending. emergency crews rescued a dog they say may have been trapped... underground for 3 days. the german shepherd named maverick was reported missing... then discovered 3 days later, injured, and trapped 5 feet underground in a sinkhole. authorities were able
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expected to be ok. "he's got a really strong will to live." i'm jeremy roth. lindsey matherly is back with another look at our 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 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
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