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happen upon.now midday." a high speed chase forces three local elementary schools into lockdown. look at the suspect who is still on the loose plus... donald trump and bernie sanders were the big winners in new hampshire... a look at what is next for the presidential candidates thanks for joining us midday. i'm dave lawrence. let's go to lindsey matherly with a look at the forecast. persistent ridge of high pressure continues with light winds and above average temperatures through the rest of the work week. valley inversions will become less established each day with improved
the man who reno police believe stole two trucks in stead and led them on a chase. around 10:30am yesterday morning officers went looking for the suspect in a stolen truck case.... that man is 19-year-old rylin wolfe. police say he ran off when he saw police... then stole another truck was unoccupied and running in a driveway. when police tried to stop him, he led them on a chase through a neighborhood, at one point hitting a fence. police say they stopped the case for safety reasons. several agencies and the raven helicopter assisted reno police in attempting locate wolfe. the incident led to precautionary code yellow lockdowns at o'brien middle school as well as stead and silver lake elementary schools. wolfe is 5'6" and 150 pounds with brown hair and blue eyes, and is considered to be armed and dangerous. if you know anything about his whereabouts you are asked to the reno police department or secret witness at 322-4900.. you can also text a tip to 847-411 keyword.. s-w. we now know the name
leading deputies on a chase in a stolen pickup last week in carson city. the nevada highway patrol says 21-year-old edy prudensio martinez-ramirez stole a ford f150 pickup from a home in carson city. carson deputies found the truck in traffic and tried to stop martinez- ramirez... but he sped off after ramming a sheriff suv. investigators say he then lost control and drove across all the lanes of college parkway including the center median... then over a sidewalk and through a fence of the carson city airport... where he hit the airport hangar. martinez-ramirez was thrown from the truck and killed. seatbelt. no deputies or troopers were hurt in the incident. the nevada highway patrol is investigating the crash, while the public safety is investigating the incident. martinez-ramirez may in a hit-and-run. voters came out in near-record numbers in new hampshire.. shaking up both sides in the race for the white house.
and bernie sanders won big and despite suffering a huge double-digit defeat.. hillary clinton says she will keep fighting. abc's elizabeth hur is in new york with the latest. elizabeth pkg: trump: "wow/wow/wow.. we want to thank the people of new hampshire." donald trump and bernie sanders.. rocketing out of new hampshire with resounding wins. sanders: "thank you new hampshire!" senator sanders.. the oldest candidate in the race... winning big with young voters.. "we have sent a message that will echo from wall street to washington." trump.. on the phone on gma this morning.. crediting his huge win.. to the huge voter turnout. "we were getting great signals we would have a rally and many-many people would show up many more than we ever anticipated." ohio governor john kasich finishing in second place.. is now believed to be the top contender in what's called "the establishment lane." kasich: "i absolutely do believe
the party but i also believe i can bring back that blue collar democrat that was for reagan." and for iowa winner senator ted cruz.. florda governor jeb bush.. and senator marco rubio.. it was essentially a 3-way tie for third. now.. it's onto south carolina.. with hillary vowing to march on.. hrc: "now we take this campaign to the entire country where we will fight for every vote in every state." elizabeth tag: on the republican side.. ben carson finished last.. carly fiorina didn't fare much better.. and governor chris christie.. while he hasn't officially dropped out of the race.. we are told.. he is suspending campaigning.. for now. eh, abc news, ny. some of the candidates will be swinging through nevada over the next several days. bernie sanders will be
he's scheduled to speak at the "real solutions, for real people" summit at the jot travis student center at u-n-r. doors open at 7-30 in the morning. advance registration is required. ### and hillary clinton plans to rally in the silver state this saturday and sunday ahead of the nevada caucus. details on where she'll be have not yet been released. finally, republican presidential candidate carly fiorina will make a campaign stop in reno next wednesday at the atlantis. doors open at 11 a.m. you can stay up to date with all campaign information with the "kolo 8 news now" mobile app. sad news from pyramid lake. an active duty member of the u.s. air force was found dead yesterday. 26-year-old michael anthony beaton of las vegas had been missing since monday. according to the pyramid lake police department....his car was found at popcorn beach. police say was wearing a life jacket when he was found. an investigation into his death is underway. a hand-gun was confiscated at spanish
a washoe county school district spokeswoman, says there were no shots fired-- and there was no act of violence. the principal of spanish springs high school released a statement saying in part.... "as school police continue to investigate this case, i want to stress that we encourage all students, staff and families to be alert of what is happening around them." in carson city... wildlife officials are warning people not to feed deer. according to the nevada appeal... officials have issued several deer draw mountain lions into neighborhoods and also pose a risk for drivers. some residents are reportedly concerned that the deer may be starving. but the carson city game warden is assuring them that the deer are doing fine. people caught feeding deer face fines of up to 5-hundred dollars after the first warning. "star spangled sparks" on the fourth of july is a tradition for many local families. but this year's event will be a little different. the nugget casino resort announced they're moving the event from july fourth to july third-- saying they see a big drop in attendance if the event
it does this year. the announcement has sparked some concerns on social media. for a look at some of the reaction, you can go to the kolo 8 news now facebook page. you only have 4 days left to get the perfect valentine's gift for that someone special in your life. but if you don't have much time to shop... try heading to the basment in downtown reno. most of the vendors are now open and offer handcrafted items that have a lot of thought and care put into them. at the pantry vault.. they sell all natural skin and beauty care products like bath teas and massage oils.. all made in the shop by owner michelle sar-ka czarka. she even offers custom blends you can create just for your valentine. "i can do custom because i make everything by hand. if your valentine likes a certain scent, or doesn't like a certain scent we can do a custom blend of that too. usually if someone pops in it can be 10- 15 minutes depending on what the item is. " you can also find handmade belgium truffles at sugar love
your own bouquet at botanicals flower bar. the stores are extending their hours through valentine's day more zika cases have been confirmed in the united states... this as some athletes consider skipping the olympics over concern for the virus and we hear from the capatin of that cruise ship that encounter rough seas about whether or not he knew the storm was coming but first... lindsey matherly will be back with your complete announcer: "you're watching kolo 8 news now midday, with dave lawrence and weather with
time... how the storm caught the whole crew off guard.
abc's linsey davis is on the scene in bayonne, new jersey script: after battling destructive30 foot waves and hurricane force winds - the captain of the anthem of the seas is speaking out - defending his actions to set sail during a storm...saying he didn't realize the magnitude of the storm. captain claus andersen the whole thing was not bigger than this and it was up here and then it just exploded! in a video broadcast internally to all 4500 passengers' staterooms monday - captain claus andersen - who ordered everyone on board the ship to stay in their rooms for roughly 8 hours during sunday's storm - says he's never experienced anything like it. captain claus andersen i have not seen low pressure that was not forecasted anything near what we actually experienced. suny maritime expert
himself - says andersen's actions to set out to sea were appropriate. capt. joseph ahlstrom/suny maritime you never can tell. once you get out to sea, things happen and you just have to hove too and let the wind come on and survive it and ride it out. but this morning, as the anthem of the seas makes its way back to port -- many on board, still phased by their harrowing experiences george sycip i thought the boat was going to tip over...and you could hear the sheer ferocity of the winds, hitting and bombarding the vessel the ship, originally headed to the bahamas, is now slowly making its way up the east coast - grfx royal caribbean telling abc news "weather isn't great?so he's slowed down his speed to smooth it out." asher lipman we were on the 8th deck and the waves felt like they were almost smashing into our room. charlotte lipman's father, asher, treated her to the cruise for her tenth birthday?not the caribbean vacation they'd had in mind? but one she'll be telling her friends about for a long time.. charlotte lipman i guess i'm going to say oh cool, there was a giant storm and i
and now your kolo 8 hour-by-hour weather forecast with lindsey matherly. persistent ridge of high pressure continues with light winds and above average temperatures through the rest of the work week. valley inversions will become less established each day with improved mixing by the end of the week. slight chance for precipitation across northern lassen and washoe counties by the weekend. mid to high level clouds from a trough moving into the pacific northwest will
nevada today. persistent ridge of high pressure is blocking the precipitation associated with the trough and keeping it north in oregon/washington. ridge will continue to dominate the weather in the west keeping a gradual warming trend through friday. surface inversions will continue to form overnight, but will become less strong by thursday and friday as increasing southwest flow will allow for improved mixing conditions. the strengthening ridge and improved mixing will allow high temperatures to approach records by friday. for example, the reno-tahoe international airport record high is 67 degrees for friday, february 12th
"solarcity"-- claiming the company hid the fact energy rates could go up. according to the las vegas sun...the lawsuit alleges solarcity misled people about a rate change lawmakers ordered in the spring. the suit comes after nevada regulators' decided in december to raise rates for net public utilities commission members say the rates phase out a subsidy that traditional energy customers are paying to support solar customers. solar panel owners say their systems will now take much longer to pay off than expected.### another medical getting ready to open it's doors. where it is located and is reacting. the takata airbag recall is already the biggest in u-s history... now it's cars. announcer: "for news while you're on the move, listen to our news
grows, concern grows as athletes prepare for the summer olympics in brazil where zika is spreading rapidly. abc's stephanie ramos has more. script: the rio olympics begin seven months from now. instead of worrying about their fitness levels, some top athletes are worried about the zika virus. soccer star hope solo helped lead team u-s-a to a world cup victory in 2015. but solo tells sports illustrated because of the risk of zika, she would skip the olympics if forced to make the choice today. "i would never take the risk of having an unhealthy child. i don't know when that day will come for jeremy and me, but i personally reserve my right to have a healthy baby." zika is spread by mosquitos and has been linked to a birth defect that causes babies to have abnormally small heads. the virus could stay in the system for about a week. but once it has left the body, the cdc does not believe it affects future
"no athlete competing in rio should be faced with this dilemma." some say solo will not be the last to reconsider going to brazil christine brennan: women are 40 percent closing on 50 percent of the athletes going to the olympic and almost all of them are child bearing age. for now the u.s. olympic committee tells abc news it is "...closely monitoring the situation through the cdc..." and recommendations to athletes. athletes concerned that by august the mosquito population will be decreased significantly by colder temperatures. the summer games are being held during what is winter in brazil. stephanie ramos, abc news washington. an alleged thieve steals from a photo booth we'll show why besides being a crime it was a bad idea to steal fro a photo booth and the u.s. military has announced more
jen duve from performace edu is here to talk about personal assessment training at performance edu and why it is so unique. they gym focuses on the individual and thei abilities. it is not a one size fits all. reno magazine is featuring the gym at the end of february because of it's uniqueness. what makes performacedu different? why does performacedu assess its group members? what does our assessment show us?
how is our assessment applied to our group training? why do we use corrective programs with our clients that score 0's and 1's? how is the group's progress measured throughout their training? what type of people do we cater to in our groups?jen duve from performace edu is here to talk about personal assessment training at performance edu and why it is so unique. they gym focuses on the it is not a one size fits all.
gym at the end of february because of it's uniqueness. what makes performacedu different? why does performacedu assess its group members? what does our assessment show us? how do we score the individuals? how is our assessment applied to our group training? why do we use corrective programs with our clients that score 0's and 1's? how is the group's progress measured throughout their training? what type of people do we
personal assessment training at performance edu and why it is so unique. they gym focuses on the individual and thei abilities. it is not a one size fits all. reno magazine is featuring the gym at the end of february because of it's uniqueness. what makes performacedu different? why does performacedu assess its group members? what does our assessment show us? how do we score the individuals? how is our assessment applied to our group training? why do we use corrective programs with our clients that score 0's and 1's? how is the group's progress measured throughout their training? what type of people do we cater to in our groups?jen duve from performace edu is here to talk
about personal assessment training at performance edu and why it is so unique. they gym focuses on the individual and thei abilities. it is not a one size fits all. reno magazine is featuring the gym at the end of february
announcer: "you're watching kolo 8 news now 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. persistent ridge of high pressure continues with light winds and above average temperatures through the rest of the work week. valley inversions will become less established each day with improved mixing by the end of the week. slight chance for precipitation across northhn lassen and washoe
weekend. mid to high level clouds from a trough moving into the pacific northwest will continue to stream across the sierra and western nevada today. persistent ridge of high pressure is blocking the precipitation associated the man convicted of assassinating senator robert f. kennedy will ask to be paroled once again today this is the 15th appearance before the board for sirhan sirhan, who's spending life in prison. kennedy was shot on june 5th, 19-68 at the ambassador hotel in los angeles -- while celebrating his california primary win. it was five years after the assassination of his brother, president john f. kennedy. a bystander and kennedy confidante who was injured by a bullet from sirhan during the r-f-k shooting is
kennedy. he's calling for the state to reopen the case, and plans to ask the parole board to release sirhan from prison during today's hearing. this man is accused of stealing money from a photo booth in batavia, illinois. the camera was snapping away as he took the money. the robbery actually happened back in november - be retrieved until recently. police say he got away with 75-dollars - but left behind several headshots that police are now asking the public to help identify. ots hundreds of american soldiers are headed to afghanistan. the u-s army announced tuesday that it would deploy soldiers to the southern afghan province of helmand. the new troops will assist afghan forces who try to push back taliban insurgents. the military says the soldiers will not take active combat roles. this will be the largest deployment of american troops outside major
there's a new grow facility in sparks and "kolo 8 news now" got a look inside. market analysts expect the legal marijuana trade to see a 30- percent growth over the next few years. that means the new company will need new employees. co-president of 'silver state trading', john stutton says they'll continue to hire people who are passionate about medicine. he says the legal marijuana business in the u-s is a multi-billion dollar industry and many of his employees are excited about the growth opportunities. the 40 thousand square foot facility began production last august, and has the capacity to hold roughly 4,000 plants -- plants that are monitored closely by the company and law enforcement. "the building is filled with bullet proof glass but hd cameras that capture everyone's movement 24/7/365. the city of sparks enforcement agency can look in on us at any time. we have emergency buttons we can push if anyone came in like an armed intruder."
state trading' ... visit kolo tv dot com and click on hot topics. in an effort to prevent prescription drug abuse walgreen stores here in the silver state will be adding kiosks so you can safely get rid of your unused medications. its part of a national effort to curb the misuse of these drugs and the rise in overdose deaths - nevada is one of the states where these kiosks will be installed. installations should be finished sometime this year. the takata airbag recall is expanding. daimler and mercedes- benz have issued recalls on 840-thousand cars and vans in the u-s because of airbags that may be defective. honda, ford, nissan and toyota have all been forced to issue recalls because of the defective airbags, which can explode violently without warning. they have caused at least ten deaths worldwide -- nine in the u-s. replacing the airbags will cost daimler about 380-million dollars. owners will be notified by the company if their vehicle is under recall. and general motors is
suvs over problems with the brake pedal. apparently the pedals can come loose and not work properly. models affected include 20-15 and 20-16 chevy silverado...g-m-c sierra heavy duty, and chevy tahoe police vehicles. so far, there haven't been any reports of injuries. today, the united states got one step closer to a true driverless car. regulators have long insisted "driverless" cars still need a driver -- someone who can take control by grabbing the steering wheel and slamming on the brakes. this week, regulators gave google the go- ahead to build a car without any of that. no steering wheel. no accelerator. no brakes. states can still pass laws that require vehicles to have those things, but federal regulators have opened the way for -- perhaps -- faster development of truly driverless cars. google, for years, has been telling safety regulators that its self-driving cars are safer than cars driven by humans. of course, those cars are still years away
the nevada d-m-v is putting more money into a virtual line system blamed for long wait times last summer. the state board of examiners voted to expand a 5-year contract with vendor "q-less"--- by about 300- thousand dollars. q-less offers services such as dash-pass, which allows customers to check into a virtual d- m-v line and walk to the window, when a technician is ready. last summer the d-m-v blamed dash pass for long wait times, saying people checked in from home but didn't show up. ### we're getting a look at the new license plate-- dedicated to funding parks and recreation in reno. the city-- has to have at least 1-thousand registrations in 2016, which is the minimum number required for a specialty plate. "wingfield park, idlewild, terra sports complex, the soccer fields at moana, the money would go to support that, also city programs like sierra kids, senior programs etc, all supported by this plate"
minimum number of registrations, reno
would earn 25-thousand dollars in the first year for parks and recreation. the number of job openings in the u-s is near a record high. the labor department says there e ere five- jobs in december. that's just shy of the all-time record -- set in july of last year. but the downside is that many u-s workers don't those jobs. many require vocational training -- such as truck drivers, electricians or plumbers. experts also say some employers simply ask for too much... such as demanding a college degree for entry-level positions. we all know the importance that bodies but what about work brains? benefits and we look the controversy that halftime show performance has generated but first... lindsey matherly will be back with your complete
mixing by the end of the week. slight chance for precipitation across northern lassen and washoe counties by the weekend. mid to high level clouds from a trough moving into the pacific northwest will continue to stream across the sierra and western nevada today. persistent ridge of high pressure is blocking the precipitation associated with the trough and keeping it north in oregon/washington. ridge will continue to dominate the weather in the west keeping a gradual warming trend through friday. surface inversions will continue to form overnight, but will become less strong by thursday and friday as increasing southwest flow will allow for improved mixing conditions. the strengthening ridge and
allow high temperatures to approach records by friday. for example, the reno-tahoe international airport record high is 67 degrees for friday, february 12th and the forecast high is currently 67 degrees. a weak cold front brushes across northern ca/nv friday night bringing the next chance for precipitation. kept in only slight chances for showers in areas across modoc county and western lassen with light winds and above average temperatures through the rest of the work colds this year, according to the c-d-c. if you're looking in to more natural cold remedies, experts say taking vitamin c and zinc
foods rich in vitamin c include oranges, grapefruit, tangerines, strawberries, bell peppers, spinach, kale and broccoli. doctor melissa young, a wellness expert at cleveland clinic, says another well known natural remedy is the herb ek-in-ay-shuh echinacea. cg: dr. melissa young/cleveland clinic "it's one of those that actually seems to support the immune cells that fight off infection and it is one that you want to start as soon as you develop symptoms." :11 doctor young says ek-in-ay-shuh echinacea is readily available with antiviral and bacterial properties. she suggests taking it four times daily until cold symptoms subside. but she warns that people with severe ragweed allergy may want avoid this herb. we all know the importance exercise has on our bodies but what about work outs that target our organs... like our brains? while you can't really grow your brain.. you can help keep it as sharp as possible as you age with some simple steps.
--reporter pkg-as follows-- should we shell out time and money for games that we are told will make our brain work better? brain dev starts in utero and there is a long period of time in which the brain matures just as the rest of the body matures and after that it's pretty much a downward slide after it's fully developed its like the rest of the body nothing works as well ten years down the line. that's where brain games come into the equation with promises of less forgetfulness, sharper and quicker problem solving- basically better thinking power. the question that then pops up is to what degree do these cognitive tasks that you've practiced on will generalise and help maintain cognitive skills in a variety of real world tasks we do know there are some things we can all do to make our brains function better. healthy living and a fair amount of exercise will help keep your brain strong both social interaction that you have and some of the more broad type of activities in which you engage are related to maintaining a level of function at optimum levels so if you want to play a few brain games now and then, it's probably not the worst thing you
to get outside, see something new, because at optimum levels so if you want to play a few brain games now and then, it's probably not the worst thing you can do-but don't forget to get outside, see people and try something new, because are free. holly firfer, cnn potter fans.. an eight book in the series is on the way.. we'll you when you can expect it a skier shoots amazing 360-degree video of a slope run, and you will not believe how he did it! that and much more,
beyonc supporters and opponents will hold competing rallies later this month. the hashtag, "boycott beyonc," has gathered steam, following the super bowl halftime show. many supporters of that movement say the singer's new song "formation" is "anti-cop." a posting on event-brite even called her performance a "race- baiting stunt." the posting calls people to gather for a protest at the n-f-l's headquarters in new york city on february 16. that, of course, has sparked calls for beyonc supporters to hold a counter-protest. an eighth installment of the harry potter series is coming this summer. it's not a traditional
it's a hardback version of the script book for the two-part play, "harry potter and the cursed child." the play opens on july 30th in london. the publisher announced on its website today that the script will be released as a book the following day -- harry potter's birthday. the play is co-written by j-k rowling, jack thorne, and john tiffany. the book will be rowling's first harry potter publication in eight years. "let it go, let it go..." "frozen" is "going" to broadway. disney has confirmed the blockbuster animated musical will hit broadway in the spring of 2018.. after a limited pre-broadway engagement next summer. the movie's oscar- winning songwriters are set to pen new songs for the stage version.. along with the
a skier gives us a 3- dimensional look at shredding a mountain... and lightning may not strike the same place twice, but as an astronaut shows us-- it sure does strike a lot. here's jeremy roth --reporter pkg-as follows-- ever wonder what it would be like to be inside the matrix? how about...ski...inside the matrix? well, skier nicolas vuignier showed us by creating a fascinating video of himself
360-degree slow motion. he did it by basically tying his iphone to a string and twirling it around is head while flying down the slope-- creating the bullet-time effect. tackling a professional ski course is impressive enough, but add the whole phone-lasso thing.. what do think of that neo? "whoa." that's your answer for everything dude. speaking of things that make you say whoa... check out this out-of- this-world video of a lightning storm shot from space astronaut tim peake tweeted this time-lapse video he shot from 250 miles up on the iss ... showing dozens of lightning strikes over north africa. peake tweeted saying: amazing how much lightning hits earth in a short period of time you got that straight, tim. workers in houston were caught off guard when this parking garage collapsed.... coming down on top of an excavator with a worker inside. the structure was part of an ongoing demolition and came down faster than workers expected. amazingly, the worker escaped without a scratch. i'm jeremy roth. lindsey matherly is back with another look at
persistent ridge of high pressure continues with light winds and above average temperatures through the rest of the work week. valley inversions will become less established each day with improved mixing by the end of the week. slight chance for precipitation across northern lassen and washoe counties by the weekend. mid to high level clouds from a trough moving updates on the stories we covered... head to our webchannel... kolo-t-v-dot-com. ----- hairstyles provided by rumors hair salon. ----- closed captioning provided by st. mary's regional medical center. ----- copyright 2016 -- gray television group, inc.