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now good morning reno." "one of us ran against barack obama. i was not that candidate." bernie sanders and hillary clinton --not holding back on the debate stage. a look at some of last night's explosive moments. and nevada playing a big role in the race for the white house. why our state is unlike any another when it comes to the caucuses. and two cases of the zika virus popping up in california. so how likely is it we'll see it here? thanks for joining us here on good morning reno... it's time ... i'm amanda sanchez dave and lindsey are off. let's go to lindsey matherly with a look at the forecast. above average temperatures along with light winds under high
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into early next week. mid and high clouds will stream across the region periodically. a moderate winter storm is possible for wednesday and thursday next week with gusty winds, rain and mountain snow. && .short term... periods of mid level and high clouds will continue to stream across the sierra and western we're getting a look at the man who police say robbed a gas station in stead, then led them on a chase earlier this week... prompting the lockdown of three schools. 39-year-old wesley ford is facing several charges including robbery and grand larceny. it all started with an armed robbery on monday at the maverick gas station on stead boulevard. police say the next day, ford stole a truck then led them on a chase. stead and silver lake elementary schools, as
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lockdown. initially-- detectives said a 19-year-old was a suspect... but police cleared him after talking with witnesses. ### this all a reno man has been sentenced to 15-years in prison for driving under the influence. according to the washoe county district attorney's office--59- year-old patrick mckinnon-- had a blood alcohol level of point- 3-2 during a car accident last year. mckinnon had two prior felony d-u-i convictions-- as well as two prior misdemeanor d-u-i convictions. for the first time since hillary clinton's new hampshire defeat to bernie sanders in the democratic primary--the two candidates faced off. both are now looking to nevada and south carolina-- hoping to convince a more diverse population that they are the better choice for the democratic nomination. abc's lana zak has a look at last night's debate. sanders sot: "i do have a disagreement here." the differences were
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in last night's democratic debate. clinton sot: "we agree that wall street should never be allowed to wreck main street again. but here's the point i want to make tonight. i am not a single issue candidate and i do not believe we live in a single issue country.." hillary clinton trying to reset after being walloped in new hampshire gfx: the demographics more than 90 percent white in iowa and new but in south carolina, more than half of democratic voters could be african americans-- sanders sot: "when we have more people in jail, disproportionately african american and latino, than china does // here's my promise: at the end of my first term as president, we will not have more people in jail than any other country," the fireworks really coming at the end with this contentious moments clinton sot: " ...the kind of criticism that we've heard from senator sanders about our president i expect from republicans. i do not expect from someone running for the democratic nomination to succeed president obama." sanders sot: "madam secretary, that is a low
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barack obama. i was not that candidate." tag: clinton was asked about losing the female vote in new hampshire, she responded she has devoted her career to empowering women to -quote- male their own choices even if that choice is not to vote for me. abc news. both democratic candidates will be in nevada this weekend. sanders will be in reno tomorrow. he's scheduled to speak at the "real solutions, for real people" summit at the jot travis student center at the university of nevada. and clinton is expected in the silver state tomorrow and sunday. details on where she'll be, have not yet been released. ### donald trump is still riding a wave of momentum after his landslide win in new hampshire. he's now got his sights
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and is taking aim at his fellow republicans. "we win here, we're going to run the table. if we win here after winning so big in new hampshire, all of these characters are going to give it up. we're going to run the table and we will make america great again that i can tell you ok." the trump campaign says it's so confident, it's going to run only positive tv ads. meantime, rival jeb bush is hitting back after recent attacks from trump. do you want to an entertainer in chief? some one who will say whatever he wants - to make it all about him? insult people? divide people? basically just talk trash on his way to the republican nomination? bush will be getting some help from his big brother next week. former president some help from his big brother next week. former president george w. bush will hit the campaign trail for the first time in years... ahead of the next republican presidential
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we're just days away from the nevada caucuses. the democrats will caucus next saturday on the 20th. the republicans will caucus on tuesday, february 23rd. g-o-p voters wanting to participate will need to register today. keep in mind-- the washoe county registrar's office closes tonight at 5. ### this is the third time nevada has been involved in the early caucus game. but it's difficult to gauge which candidate will come out on top-- partly because there hasn't been polling in december. kolo 8 news now's terri russell explains why
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while both local republican and democratic headquarters have been conducting caucusing training for the more than a month. it's difficult to gauge which candidate will come out on top on february 20th and 23rd. that's because there hasn't been polling in nevada since last december. it's a fact that has some in the national media taking notice. rachel maddow show/courtesy msnbc: and so no polling firm wants to screw up their average by proclaiming some sort of prediciton about how that race is going to go in nevada, when they know on the facts that it is absolutely 100% not predictable. the very nature of caucusing...as in the mockus, a mock caucus, those who have a preference going in could have their minds changed once inside. another reason, pollsters won't do a survey until iowa and new hampshire are finished with their events. nevada is tough as it as a diverse and transitory population. pollsters use land lines which makes gathering the information here difficult. prof. fred lokken/tmcc political science: especially as you continue to go west americans are continueing to give up their land lines. you have to have people that are wiling to be honest with you. and as you move west, we are cynical, and we love to take a call because you've been bugging us, and lie to you through our teeth, because we don't want you to call us again.. lokken says another reason for limited polling, there is no agency, business, or institution
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all of which makes the nevada caucuses and their results, truly the wild wild west. but lokken says make no mistake, we still have a major influence as to just who ends up in the white house that was terri russell reporting. the last poll taken by gravis marketing showed donald trump and hillary clinton the favorites in our state. we're learning more about the sale of the nugget. marnell gaming is buying the sparks casino. marnell--- is a family owned company with generations of experience in southern nevada, and two properties in laughlin. the company's c-e-o says he sees oppurtunity in the nugget.. and says any changes will be inspired by the casino's past. anthony marnell, marnell gaming: "i think god gave you two ears and a mouth for a reason. so, we're going to listen to the community. we're going to learn from the team and the customers. so sure, there may be some things here that have been iconic and may not be in the plans for the next 20 years,
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are here are." marnell says his company will accept all current employees with no changes in hiring dates and benefits. the nugget was operated for a half century, by the ascuaga family. it was sold to "global gaming and hospitality" two years ago. this newest sale must be approved by state gaming authorities.### if you've used "uber" recently... you may have some money coming your way. why the ride-sharing company is paying out more than 28-million dollars to customers. and still to come...concern over the zika virus continues to grow. so should we be worried here in nevada? hear from a local health official ahead. coming up, lindsey matherly will have your complete forecast. that's next on kolo 8 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" there are currently 52
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there are currently 52 known cases of the zika virus here in the united states. at least 2 in california and one in oregon. so how likely are we to see the zika virus here? kolo 8 news now's rebecca kitchen is here
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the good news.. all of these cases have been travel related... according to the u.s. health and human services secretary... no cases of the zika virus have been passed to people in the states through mosquitos... so even though these cases have been reported...there's no reason to panic... especially here in nevada. ... jim shaffer... program coordinator for the washoe county vector control program says right now... the two species known to carry the virus are not here in though we do have warm temperatures throughout the year... these two species are our winters. but it's always a good idea to against any mosqutoes. " you can use a deet repellant, or a oil of lemon eucalyptus or other natural product. a lot of people use deet but they don't like it because it is a strong repellant. if you have children you should use less of a concentration because some of the concentration of deet is something like 18-20% " shaffer says on kids..
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concentration of 5 to 10 percent. health officials say when it comes to repellant.... you should look for the big 4.... deet... picaridin.. ir 3535... or oil of lemon eycalyptus... now.. you're generally safe right now if you're not traveling.. but spring break is about a month away and students planning to travel to any of these areas where zika has been found... should take extra precautions... pack your own repellant.. and take a close look at guidlines and suggestions from the cdc. right now they have the alert level in mexico listed at level 2.. meaning people should practive enhanced precautions. we have a link for you on kolo tv dot com under hot topics... the c-d-c has extensive amounts of information for anyone curious about zika... shaffer says the vector control program is already recieving calls about mosquitoes in our area... so if you have any.. you can call them
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above average temperatures along with light winds under high pressure will persist into early next week. mid and high clouds will stream across the region periodically. a moderate winter storm is possible for wednesday and thursday next week with gusty winds, rain and mountain snow. && .short term... periods of mid level and high clouds will across the sierra and western nevada through the week. although high this weekend it will reestablish along the west coast and keep the storm track pacific northwest. temperatures will continue to remain above normal, but the amount of cloud cover across the
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lower and below records today. just north of the region on saturday and the chances of showers of the region. the main impact will be increased cloud cover as well as a shift to a north/northeast flow. rebuilds across the coast on sunday/monday temperatures will remain 10 to 15 degrees above average with light surface winds. elw .long term...monday through thursday... no major changes made to the extended forecast this morning, except to continue raising the chances for precip wed-thu. models are in good agreement with high pressure and relatively quiet weather monday and tuesday, then low pressure moving into the west coast wednesday-thursday. well above normal temperatures are expected monday and tuesday, with model guidance showing potential for high temperatures in the upper 60s for western nevada.
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i bet you have never met a dog named "ryan," this big boy is our pet of the week. . do you know why this unique breed was known for it's dog rescuing skills in the alps. and here's a look at today's pump patrol. according to gasbuddy.com you will pay .....2.09 at wolf fastop and golden gate. we have a link to the cheapest prices in your neighborhood on our kolo 8 app or at kolotv.com. remember... prices are subject to change.#
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just picked us up two breakfast croissants for four bucks, when this bear attacked. 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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lori from saints of the west is here with ryan. here is how lori describes an ideal home for ryan. we are looking for a 6 ft fenced yard, stability, and a comment to the increased cost of owning a large dog. as other large dogs, the saint bernard is prone to health issues as hip problems, elbow problems, heart, cancer. the saint bernard is a dog that needs lots of socialization with people and other dogs, if just left at home all the time they will become very protective of the family and can bite friends or the regular service person the new owner needs to be ok
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the dog is drinking or eating, and lots of hair. saint bernard's are a great family dog, and love kids, but::: family's with young children need to wait until the kids are over 7 yrs old, as big dogs can accidentally hurt young children buy knocking them over, or leaning on them, or the dogs tail hitting them in the kids face. a male saint can weigh 150 lbs. female saints can weigh @ 130. which is not a match for a small child. call 775-475-0420. lori describes an ideal home for ryan. we are looking for a 6 ft fenced yard, stability, and a comment to the increased cost of owning a large dog. as other large dogs, the saint bernard is prone to health issues as hip problems, elbow problems, heart, cancer. the saint bernard is a dog that needs lots of socialization with people and other dogs, if just left at home all the time they will become very protective of the
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the regular service person the new owner needs to be ok with slobber, especially when the dog is drinking or eating, and lots of hair. saint bernard's are a great family dog, and love kids, but::: family's with young children need to wait until the kids are over 7 yrs old, as big dogs can accidentally hurt young children buy knocking them over, or leaning on them, or the dogs tail hitting them in the kids face. a male saint can weigh 150 lbs. female saints can weigh @ 130. which is not a match for a small child. call 775-475-0420. lori describes an ideal home for ryan. we are looking for a 6 ft fenced yard, stability, and a comment to the increased cost of owning a large dog. as other large dogs, the saint bernard is prone to health issues as hip problems, elbow problems, heart, cancer. the saint bernard is a dog that needs lots of socialization with people and other dogs, if just left at home all the time they
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become very protective of the family and can bite friends or the regular service person the new owner needs to be ok with slobber, especially when the dog is drinking or eating, and lots of hair. saint bernard's are a great family dog, and love kids, but::: family's with young children for news while you're on the move, listen to our news partner
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above average temperatures along
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high pressure will persist into early next week. mid and high clouds will stream across the region periodically. a moderate winter storm is possible for wednesday and thursday next week with gusty winds, rain and mountain snow. && .short term... periods of mid level and high clouds will continue to stream across the sierra and western nevada through the trending this morning... singer barry manilow is putting his tour on hold because of complications from dental surgery. his facebook page says the complications came after an emergency procedure he had on monday. the 72 year old was rushed from memphis to los angeles to deal with the issue. manilow postponed last night's concert in
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tonight. both shows will be rescheduled. embattled former pharmaceutical executive martin shkreli has offered kanye west ten-million dollars... if west agrees to make just one copy of his new album... and give it only to shkreli. tweet. shkreli later claimed legally required to consider the offer and that the release of the delayed. rock music legend carlos santama wasn't a fan of sunday's super bowl halfime show -- performed by coldplay, beyonce and bruno mars. in a facebook post he said artists and groups like steve miller, journey and metallica would have made the bay area proud. the post got the attention of journey, who thanked santana on
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now good morning reno." thanks for joining us here on good morning reno... i'm amanda sanchez. dave and lindsey are off today. let's go to lindsey matherly with a look at the forecast. above average temperatures along with light winds under high pressure will persist into early next week. mid and high clouds will
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region periodically. a moderate winter storm is possible for wednesday and thursday next week with gusty winds, rain and mountain snow. && .short term... periods of mid level and high clouds will continue to stream across the sierra and western nevada through the week. although high pressure will flatten this weekend it will reestablish along the west coast and keep the storm track deflected into the pacific northwest. temperatures will continue to remain above normal, but the amount of cloud cover across the region will keep temperatures lower and below records today. a shortwave brushes just north of the region on saturday and the chances of showers will also remain north of the region. the main impact will be increased cloud cover as well as a shift to a north/northeast flow.
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let's check in with "mike keeton" from the "koh radio" traffic center. how's traffic 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. new developments in the dramatic end to the armed standoff in oregon. the four remaining anti-government protestors surrendered to the f-b-i yesterday. jeff banta, sandra anderson, sean anderson, and david fry will be arraigned today. they've been indicted on a federal conspiracy charge, along with 12- other occupiers. here's abc's neal karlinsky in oregon. the final hours of the standoff playing out live over an open phone line sot : fbi: you're gonna come out with your hands up occupier: no we're not! --a surreal end to a bizarre standoff that began over gov't control of land in the west- sot
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fbi: do the right thing, right? occupier: the right thing is to kill us? three of the final four holdouts finally surrendering this morning. sot david fry : sandy and sean both have their hands up in the air. sean's holding an american flag. but inside the federal compound , occupier david fry wouldn't budge. sot david fry : david: unless my greivances are heard, i will not come out! krisanne hall, activist: david, it's harder to live for liberty than it is to die for it. don't be a coward like that. david: you have no right to call me a coward. varied, from taxation issues to this: : marijuana. you guys wouldn't but little by little, activist krisanne hall got through to him. when others couldn't. sot : david fry: if everybody says hallelujah i'll come out. // i'm walking towards them right now. krisanne hall, activist: can i just cry now gavin? stand up: tonight those final four are part of a group of sixteen people now under federal indictment after fourty- one days that wreaked havoc out here. neal karlinsky abc news near burns,oregon one days that wreaked havoc out here. neal karlinsky abc
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meanwhile, cliven bundy, father of the leader of the oregon occupation, ammon bundy, has been charged for the 20-14 standoff at his ranch here in nevada. cliven bundy was arrested on wednesday in oregon after encouraging occupiers at the malheur national wildlife refuge not to give up. the 69-year-old has been charged with conspiracy, assault on a federal officer, obstruction, weapons charges and other crimes. a bizarre story out of ohio...where a man was police say he randomly attacked customers at a restaurant with a machete. "a man came in and started beating up on another man i thought it was a personal thing he just started down the row hitting everybody, people were bleeding." karen bass was a having dinner inside the nazareth mediterranean cuisine restaurant when yesterday's attack started.
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hospital with non-life threatening injuries. they say the attacker led them on a short chase after leaving the scene of the crime. the man was shot and killed after he reportedly tried to lunge at them with a machete in one hand and a knife in the other. the u-s coast guard is now inspecting that royal caribbean cruiseship after sailing through a massive storm. the ship was carrying 45-hundred passengers and 16-hundred crew members. passengers are now back on land and speaking out about the moment they felt those 30 foot waves slamming the ship -- wondering if they would make it out alive. it was absolutely terrifying. we were on the third floor with an ocean view and we literally saw the ocean with dory swimming by. butt with we're gonna figure out what exactly happened and make sure doesn't happen again. there are still many questions as to why the captain thought it would be safe to sail
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forecast. william baugartner with royal carribbean could only apologize. international ne the united nations secuity council says they will soon agree on tough new sanctions in response to north korea's recent nuclear test and long range rocket launch. officials with the u-n say they'll go beyond traditional nuclear and missile measures to demonstrate the seriousness of the test and launch. the u-s and other allies agree with the proposal but china, north korea's ally, is reluctant, fearing it would cause north korea's economy to collapse. hope is growing for peace in war-torn syria. secretary of state john kerry says major world powers have agreed to a ceasefire -- and to provide immediate aid to the country -- but much more work needs to be done. kerry told reporters in germany that diplomats are hoping it can be fully implemented in just one week, but the ceasefire doesn't apply to any terror organizations in syria. the u-s congress has repeatedly said you can't tax internet access.
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part of a new trade bill permanently bars state and local governments from taxing access to the internet. the senate passed the bill yesterday on a vote of 75-to-20. the bill already passed the house and will now go to president barack obama's desk. he is expected to sign it into law. mortgage rates fell again this week from 3.72 to 3.65 percent - the lowest level in 10 months. despite the federal reserve's decision to raise interest rates in december, mortgage rates continue to slide. volatility in the markets and a global economic slowdown has pushed investors towards u-s treasuries which in turn has helped keep rates low. millions of uber riders could be getting some money back. the company is paying more than 28-million dollars to settle two lawsuits with customers. the lawsuits claim the company misled riders, resulting in them paying an extra 2-dollars-and- 30-cents a trip. uber says that money paid for background checks on drivers..but the company doesn't do the same kind of checks, required for taxi
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under the settlement uber will stop using certain language in its advertising-- and will pay 25-million dollars to riders who made trips between january of 2013, and january of 2016. ### that romantic feeling that comes with valentine's day makes it a popular time of year for couples to tie the knot. a look at how local wedding chapels and the county clerk's office are preparing for a busy weekend. it may be almost eighty degrees in southern california but the kiddos still managed to play in the snow. "you're watching kolo 8 news now good morning reno with dave lawrence, amanda sanchez and lindsey matherly
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head into valentine's day weekend . and that romantic buzz has many couples thinking about wedding bells. as kolo 8 news now's matt vaughan explains ... it will be a busy weekend for the county clerk's office and chapels around town. the county clerks office and wedding chapels are expecting big crowds over the next few days ... and because of the 3 day weekend due to president's day ... it ... what could be more romantic than getting married on a day centered around love? and in reno ... it's the most popular time of year to get married. "absolutely valentine's day is our busiest of the year. traditionally, we do 3 to 4 times the number of marriage licenses." and when valentine's day falls on a weekend it can create an even bigger boost in business ... especially if it's a holiday weekend. "i'm thinking we're going to have a really busy weekend on sunday. we've got extra staff coming in. i know one of the chapels told me they're booked
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numbers, 100-150 would be great." "i think we're upping to do probably about 50 or 60 over this weekend." at wedding chapels like arch of reno ... they get couples making appointments well before the holiday. "generally 2 to 3 months we start booking up." despite the busy weekend ... the number of weddings at chapels in reno has seen a steady decline in recent years ... in part because of loosened restrictions in other states. but the biggest little city still tends to appeal to out of towners wanting to get hitched. "about 60% of our customers come from out of the general area, mostly from california, quite a few from oregon." if you plan to get marrried on valentine's day ... the county clerks office recommends that you plan ahead. "rather than waiting to get your license on valentine's day, you can come in the day before, get your marriage license and then just go straight to wherever you're having your ceremony and not worry about being late or missing your appointed time." and chapels will also be doing their part to try and keep up. "it could take time to get marriage licenses, it could take us time to get through our weddings, but if you want to be married on valentine's day it's
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marriage licenses, it could take us time to get through our weddings, but if you want to be married on valentine's day it's possible and we just do the best we can." so here's a little trivia for you amanda ... in the last 15 years, what do you think is the highest number of marriage licenses they've issued here over a valentine's day weekend?
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this valentine's day. 'i-love-kickboxing' in reno is asking single men and women to join them in one of their kickboxing classes tomorrow at 4 or 5:30 p-m for their "shred your ex" event. all you have to do is bring a picture of your ex to tape on a kickboxing heavy bag and you'll be able to let out some frustration. 'i-love-kickboxing' is located at 9333 double r boulevard, suite 1500. it may not have been a real snow day... but people in santa maria, it may not have been a real snow day... but people in santa maria,
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snow. yesterday's forecast was close to 80-degrees there-- wow! above average temperatures along with light winds under high pressure will persist into early next week. mid and high clouds will stream across the region periodically. a moderate winter storm is possible for wednesday and thursday next week with gusty winds, rain and mountain snow. && .short term... periods of mid level and high clouds will continue to stream across the sierra and western nevada through the week. although high pressure will flatten this weekend it will reestablish along the west coast and keep
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pacific northwest. temperatures will continue to remain above normal, but the amount of cloud cover across the region will keep temperatures lower and below records today. a shortwave brushes just north of the region on saturday and the chances of showers will also remain north of the region. the main impact will be increased cloud cover as well as a shift to a north/northeast flow. as high pressure rebuilds across the west coast on sunday/monday temperatures will remain 10 to 15 degrees above average with light surface winds. elw .long term...monday through thursday... no major changes made to the extended forecast this morning, except to continue raising the chances for precip wed-thu. models are in good agreement with high pressure and relatively quiet
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one man has a big way of showing his love for his wife. see how he surprised his sweetheart ahead of valentine's day. and according to amazon dot com... these are the most romantic cities in the u.s. number 10... ann arbor, michigan. coming in at number 9...round rock, texas. number 8...pittsburgh, pennsylvania. number 7... columbia, south carolina. and coming in at number 6...cincinnati, ohio
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after the break. for news while you're on the
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before the break we showed you some of the most romantic cities in the u.s. according to amazon dot com. here are the top 5. vancouver, washington. number 4... orlando, florida. number 3...knoxville, tennessee. number 2...miami, florida.
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virginia. amazon based their results on sales of romantic novels, romantic movies, barry white and luther vandross cd's, as well as sexual wellness products in cities with more than 100-thousand people. here's one way to say i love you on valentine's day. patrick sullivan says his wife asks for modest gifts on valentine's day, but he had something else in mind. sullivan bought his wife a giant billboard that says "pat and patty forever -- 27 years and counting... you complete me." "she just started crying and she just totally lost it and it was really exciting that's what i wanted to surprise he" butt with "i don't know how he's going to top it and i don't know really what i'm going to do for him." the couple says the secret to a long and happy marriage is communication.
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lives everyday... but have you ever thought about letting your dog give blood? we'll show how dogs in your dog give blood? we'll show how dogs in houston are paying it forward. let's check in with "mike keeton" from the "koh
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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.... 39-year-old wesley ford is accused of robbing the maverick gas station on stead boulevard on monday -- then leading them on a chase in a stolen truck the next day. ford is now facing several charges including robbery and grand larceny. 59-year-old patrick
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15-years in prison for driving under the the d-a's office says he had a blood alcohol level of point-3-2 during a car accident last year. felony d-u-i convictions-- as well as two prior misdemeanor d-u-i convictions. democratic presidential hopeful bernie sanders will be in reno tomorrow. he's scheduled to speak at the "real solutions, for real people" summit at the jot travis student center at u-n-r. people are weighing in on the 300 million dollar southeast connector project that will connect sparks to south reno. at a recent seminar many people said they have strong concerns about traffic noise, and the impact it will have on the environment. the project is expected to be complete in december of 20-17. here's lindsey with your final check of the
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dogs in houston are paying it forward dogs in houston are paying it forward through a new blood donation program. a vet hopital just opened the city's first animal blood bank in an attempt to make blood more readily available for injured and sick pets. in some cases, that could mean the
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good morning, america. bitter blast. record-breaking cold this valentine's day weekend. wind chills as low as 30 below. the threat of frostbite and hypothermia.
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to stay inside. fighting back. hillary clinton and bernie sanders going toe to toe overnight. >> that's a promise that cannot be kept. >> clinton trying to get back on track. but sanders not giving any ground. >> madame secretary, that is a low blow. >> and donald trump goes positive, already talking re-election. >> maybe i get an extra four years. maybe i don't. >> as his opponents try to derail his surging campaign. jeb bush joins us live. her son was a mass murderer. now, 17 years later, in an abc news exclusive, dylan klebold's mother is speaking out for the first time. >> could you have prevented what happened to columbine? >> a mother's reckoning. >> it is very hard to live with the fact that someone you loved and raised has brutally killed people in such a horrific way. >> and why she says she's talking now. and kanye west's nationwide party for his new album.

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