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and thursday with gusty winds...rain...and mountain snow. && .short term... few changes made to through tuesday as the ridge remains near the west coast. temperatures will remain well above seasonal averages and winds overall will be fairly light aside from some gusty northeast ridge winds this evening. the main focus turns to wednesday and thursday for the next pacific storm. winds will increase ahead of it with gusty winds possible in the valleys. at this point, with good mixing in the afternoon and a decent surface gradient, it appears to be a more widespread wind event immediate lee. winds mb so any downslope component looks to be morning near idlewild park... after a man lost control and drove his
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he was taken to the hospital with minor injuries. no word yet on what triggered the crash. the carson city airport is back open after a helicopter crashed near the runway saturday afternoon. sheriff ken furlong says it crashed during take off right after its engine apparently failed. the pilot and a passenger were taken to renown with minor injuries. the airport was shut down for about an hour. the f-a-a is investigating. police are looking for answers in the shooting death of a man in sparks. they were called to the 7-eleven on pyramid near victorian around 11 o'clock friday night. officers found a man down. he was rushed to saint mary's where he was pronounced dead. it was later revealed he had been shot. no information about the victim is being released at this time. if you have any information that could help detectives, you're urged to call the sparks police department or secret witness at 322-4900. a close call for an oregon man who was rescued after getting stranded for a week on a gravel highway outside gerlach.
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besanson was driving from arizona back to eugene, oregon when he says he got lost in the desert and his pickup truck broke down. the washoe county sheriff's office says he drank melted snow and rationed a small supply of canned food for 7 days. a patrol lieutenant and sergeant happened to be checking road conditions in the area when they saw besanson's truck. they took him to a hospital, where he is recovering.## the battle over the supreme court is setting up a political grudge match between republicans and democrats. just two days after justice antonin scalia died... the fight over his successor is making headlines from washington to the campaign trail. abc's lana zak has the latest. pkg script: justice antonin scalia was arguably the brightest conservative legal mind in america... and the implication of his sudden passing on the upcoming elections could not be more profound. sot - sen. ted cruz / presidential candidate "we ought to make the 2016 election a referendum on the
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less than an hour after scalia's death was announced, the political jockeying began. senate majority leader mitch mcconnell declared "?this vacancy should not be filled until we have a new president." but it is the president's constitutional right to appoint a judge to the supreme court, and there is no exception for an election year-- sot - president obama "i plan to fulfill my constitutional responsibilities to nominate a successor// i urge the congress to fufil their responsiblity..." the senate has the consitutional right to confirm or deny that appointee. something they may choose to do, after the election according to senator lindsay graham on gma -- sot - sen. lindsay graham / south carolina "when an election is over, the president wins, they have a chance to send qualified nominees of their philosophy to the senate and i will vote for them if they're qualified even if i would not have chose them." lana zak oncam close: so what appointee might the president put forward? among the most common names being mentioned, sri srinavasan--confirmed unanimously as a circuit judge, he would be the
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lz, abc news, washington. scalia's body reportedly arrived in the washington area overnight... and will eventually lie in state at the supreme court. the democratic presidential nominees are focused on nevada. hillary clinton is wrapping up her silver state visit today with three appearances in northern nevada. her first stop is at adobe middle school in elko this is a live look. she then heads to reno for a women's health meeting at u-n-r at 12:15. the other rally will be at t-m-c-c from 2-30 to 4. if you want to r-s-v-p for clinton's events today just go to kolo tv dot com. bernie sanders spoke at u-n-r on saturday. the senator spoke about fixing what he calls a rigged economy... and fighting for public funding for elections. "you should be allowed to run
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billionaires for campaign contributions." sanders fielded questions from the audienced.. which focused on things like investing in indiginous people.... water management... immigration reform... and public lands. the senator also talked about investing in jobs and education... and pledged to reach out to grassroots america. nevada democrats are set to choose between clinton and bernie sanders at caucuses on saturday. a decision has been made about which tax proposal would be put on the november ballot to pay for repairs and construction at washoe county schools. voters will be asked to raise the sales tax to 8 point 2-6-5 percent in washoe county. currently our sales tax is 7 point 7-2-5 percent. according to the r-g-j, this would make washoe county's sales tax the highest in the state. right now - clark county has the highest sales tax with 8 point 1-5 percent. the tax will raise 781 million dollars for school repair and construction over the next nine years.##
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ready. the reno rodeo's "rodeo idol" contest kicks off today. it's a chance for singers to compete to sing the national anthem at this year's rodeo. so do you have what it takes? if so, you need to post a video of yourself singing the national anthem to the reno rodeo's facebook page. the top contestants will then compete at gilleys inside the nugget on april 27th where 6 singers will be selected to sing. submissions will be accpeted through march 15th. the reno rodeo is from june 16th through the 25th. it's been a tale of two winters in the northeast... they started fall and winter off with record warmth... but now the cold air is biting back... but first... dick stoddard 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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as arctic air begins to move out of the country - and millions of americans try to warm up... a new storm is moving through. rain, snow and ice now concerns for twenty states - from georgia to maine. abc's elizabeth hur is in new york with more. pkg script: this morning.. the nation's capital.. under a winter storm warning.. bracing for up to 6 inches of snow.. overnight.. more snow fell in chicago.. after a weekend of blinding white out conditions.. nats leaving highways and roadways.. littered with wreckage.. nats from indiana.. to pennsylvania.. multiple pile-ups killing three and sending dozens to the hospital.. and some incredible images are emerging from the record-
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firefigthers battling a blaze in philadelphia.. leaving this car completely frozen in ice.. in boston.. sub-zero temperatures shattering a 60-year-old record and in new york.. it was the coldest valentine's day in 100 years. nats finally.. in new hampshire.. the wicked cold led to these dramatic rescues at a ski resort.. 48 people trapped.. hanging more than 40 feet off the ground.. sot - "it swung hard and it swung back // we knew there was a problem." this after two trams broke down.. eventually.. everyone was rescued safely.. after about three hours. elizabeth hur oncam close: there is some relief from this dangerous cold.. forecasters say a storm coming from the south and up the coast.. will bring warmer temperatures by midweek. eh, abc news, new york. and now your kolo 8 hour-by-hour weather forecast with dick stoddard
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above average temperatures and generally light winds into tuesday. a fast moving storm will bring a return of wintry conditions wednesday and thursday with gusty winds...rain...and mountain snow. && .short term... few changes made to through tuesday as the ridge remains near the west coast. temperatures will remain well above seasonal averages and winds overall will be fairly light aside from some gusty northeast ridge winds this evening. the main focus turns to wednesday and thursday for the next pacific storm. winds will increase ahead of it with gusty winds possible in the valleys. at this point, with good mixing in the afternoon and a decent
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appears to be a more widespread wind event in the sierra to the immediate lee. winds are more south at 700 mb so any downslope component looks to be minimal at this time. right now, peak gusts of 40-55 mph look likely wednesday afternoon and evening although a few gusts to 60-65 mph are possible in localized areas. the main period of precip will be wednesday night, although some rian/snow will move into the northern sierra during the afternoon from tahoe north. the precip looks to be widespread in the sierra with a 2-4 hour period of spillover into western nevada along the cold front. snow levels will start 7000- 7500 feet as dry air at onset will permit wet bulbing and bring the
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the start. the snow levels wont drop much from that until the cold front passes at which point they will drop to near 4500 feet early thursday morning. liquid amounts of 1-2 inches along the sierra crest and about half that in the tahoe basin to up to 1/4 inch in western nevada. very preliminary snow amounts above 7000 feet around 1+ feet with a few inches possible down to 5500-6000 feet. how much falls that low in elevation depends on the timing of the front and how much precip falls on the backside. wallmann .long term...thursday through sunday... with the cold front passing across western across five southern states.. but new developments
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now to new developments in a massive jewelry crime spree bust. a young woman allegedly caught on camera swiping millions of dollars in jewels... may have had help from a pair of brothers... who the fbi now says trained her to be part of their crime team. abc's reena ninan has the story. script: it's the high-stakes crime spree that's earned this aspiring model fame, if not fortune... scanner nats : "i need you to respond to an armed robbery." this morning, newly- released court documents say that according to fbi investigators -- the woman allegedly seen in these surveillance images ransacking jewelry cabinets -- was just one of four bling bandits -- accused of swiping 4 million
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at least six stores... across five southern states. sot - ted simmons / ups driver & eyewitness: "they were tied up. i went to them and actually started removing the ties from them." the alleged masterminds behind these jaw-dropping heists? brothers larry and michael gilmore - arrested and hauled into federal court friday... officials accusing the duo - along with lewis jones the third - of recruiting and training their alleged young female proteg?e in this atlanta window tint shop. according to the fbi, accomplices "reviewed layouts" of their targeted shops... taught her "the proper way to manipulate a handgun" and "secure the employees with zip ties"... even cluing her in on "code words"... their alleged strategy once at the stores? split into pairs... with the gilmore brothers acting as "her lookouts outside"... the documents claiming, in this case, cell phone pings were the dead giveaways... sot - brad garrett / former f.b.i. agent & abc news contributor: "with today's technology, law enforcement has the
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look at what phones were pinging in the proximity of each robbery" reena ninan reporting. abby kemp and lewis jones both pled not guilty. all four suspects now facing up to 20 years in jail. if your teen has a smartphone, they probably use snapchat. did the app play a part in
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my guest today is an expert public speaker, award winning tosatmasters competitor, and corporate trainer, barbara khozam what do bernie sanders, hilary clinton and donald trump have in common? very distinct speaking styles. we either love
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can get away with insulting people, using profanity and downright inappropriate language, the rest of us cannot. studies have shown that the number one fear in america is public speaking. according to barbara khozam, international award-winning speaker, "learning to speak in public effectively - is the most important skill you can learn at public speaker, award winning tosatmasters competitor, and corporate trainer, barbara khozam what do bernie sanders, hilary clinton and donald trump have in common? very distinct speaking styles. we either love them or hate them. while they can get away with insulting people, using profanity and downright inappropriate language, the rest of us cannot. studies have shown that the number one fear in america is public speaking. according to barbara khozam, international award-winning speaker, "learning to speak in public effectively - is the most important skill you can learn at home, at work and in life." barbara's 4 p formula for giving presentations: plan prepare practice passion barbara khozam is an internationally recognized, award-winning speaker, trainer and author. she works with corporations such as kaiser- permanente, boeing, hewlett- packard, taco bell, fema, and the fbi. through her unique consulting services, barbara
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create cultures of service in which employees become customer advocates. ultimately and consistently, the results are extremely loyal customers and a profitable bottom-line. in 2014 barbara was the 14th woman in the world to be honored by toastmasters international with their elite accredited speaker designation for "outstanding platform professional speaking" . only 67 have earned the award in 126 countries. public speaker, award winning tosatmasters competitor, and corporate trainer, barbara khozam what do bernie sanders, hilary clinton and donald trump have in common? very distinct speaking styles. we either love them or hate them. while they can get away with insulting people, using profanity and downright inappropriate language, the rest of us cannot. studies have shown that the number one fear in america is public speaking.
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international award-winning speaker, "learning to speak in public effectively - is the most important skill you can learn at home, at work and in life." presentations: plan prepare practice passion barbara khozam is an internationally recognized, award-winning speaker, trainer and author. she works with corporations such as kaiser- permanente, boeing, hewlett- packard, taco bell, fema, and the fbi. through her unique consulting services, barbara and her team help businesses create cultures of service in which employees become customer advocates. ultimately and consistently, the results are extremely loyal customers and a profitable bottom-line. in 2014 barbara was the 14th woman in the world to be honored by toastmasters international with their elite accredited speaker designation for "outstanding platform
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award in 126 countries. public speaker, award winning tosatmasters competitor, and corporate trainer, barbara khozam what do bernie sanders, hilary clinton and donald trump have in common? very distinct speaking styles. we either love them or hate them. while they can get away with insulting
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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 dick stoddard with a look at the forecast. high pressure near the west coast will keep above average temperatures and generally light winds into tuesday. a fast moving storm will bring
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conditions wednesday and thursday with gusty winds...rain...and mountain snow. && .short term... few changes made to through tuesday as the ridge remains near the west coast. temperatures will remain well above seasonal averages and winds overall will be fairly light aside from some gusty northeast ridge winds this evening. the main focus turns to wednesday and thursday for the next pacific storm. winds will increase ahead of it with gusty winds possible in the valleys. at this point, with good mixing in the afternoon and a decent surface gradient, it appears to be a more widespread wind event in the sierra to the immediate lee. winds are more south at 700
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the california highway patrol is investigating a bizarre attack on the golden gate bridge over the weekend. someone armed with a blow gun shot darts at two visitors walking across the bridge. sergio quintana reports. --reporter pkg-as follows-- both blow darts are about four inches long. according to the california highway patrol - one of them penetrated one victim's thigh pretty deep. and was able actually to go through his jeans and into this leg by about two inches. as paramedics arrived to help the first victim - a second walked up and said she was also hit. she had been struck in the knee cap in the knee cap. it had actually gone into the skin. so far, investigators believe the darts were launched from a car driving northbound on the bridge. they're working with the golden gate bridge authority to see if they have any surveillance video to help catch the attack. vista point is one of the most popular places in the bay area. showing his family from london - this view.
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dart. "it is scary but then again you can't hide, like i said. you just gotta look out for yourself. "that's very crazy, these days you don't know what's going to happen, especially in sf. according to the chp, neither dart seemed to be poisoned. investigators will return to the scene with the two victims to pinpoint exactly where they were hit. that way they can figure out when this suspect car was on the bridge. flying the friendly skies is now the safest its been in the past five years. airline accidents dropped significantly last year. the international air transport association reported four accidental airline crashes in 2015 with 136-deaths. that's a huge drop from the year before. in 2014... 641 people died in airline accidents. the tally did not include two major plane crashes that were caused deliberately. the crash of germanwings-9525 in the french alps was blamed on pilot suicide.
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the crash of metrojet 9268 in egypt was blamed on terrorism. 224 people were killed. most aircraft accidents are non-fatal. the iata said there 68 total accidents last year, compared to 77 the year before. in australia -- police carried out a massive drug bust seizing one billion australian dollars-worth of a methylamphetamine known as "ice". that's approximately 700-million u-s dollars. federal police say the liquid drug was found hidden inside thousands of silicon bra inserts, in a shipment traced to a hong kong storage facility. police also found the drug hidden inside art supplies. authorities have arrested and charged four people over the haul. ikea has reportedly avoided paying taxes in europe for the past six years. that's according to a report commissioned by the european parliament. it accuses the furniture
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lichtenstein and the netherlands between 2009 and 2014. its commited to operating in a responsible way and that they pay their taxes national and international tax rules and regulations. the popular social media app-- 'snapchat'-- is under fire this morning. some are saying the feature on the app, promotes speeding. now one family claims it may be the cause of a deadly crash in philadelphia. here's abc's eva pilgrim with more. gfx police scanner sound / broadcastify one car involved and people are still trapped in the vehicle three young women? their car.. slamming into a tractor trailer filled with herbocide.. bursting into flames.. the driver.. and two passengers? killed. philadelphia police.. blaming? speed..surveillance video showing the girls speeding by.. moments before the crash.
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reporting.. investigators are looking into whether the popular app snapchat.. also played a role.. gia abgarian was a passenger... her uncle believes it did. sot jimmy abgarian, victim's uncle one friend said she was snap chatting all night / in the car they were showing, their speed how fast they were going, he says his niece was using a special filter on snapchat.. which snaps.. or records their speed... a popular trend he believes encourages people to drive fast.. and share with friends online.. sot jimmy abgarian, victim's uncle the fact that part of the app is on there seems irresponsible sot ethe hill, victim's mother "if that happened, it helped to kill my daughter," gfx a snapchat spokesperson telling abc news..they .. "take distracted driving seriously, including a "do not snap and drive" warning message when this geofilter is first accessed." gia's family.. now warning others..... sot jimmy abgarian, victim's uncle i'm not blaming snapchat, but hope someone gets something from this and puts it down while they are in the car fresh off his super bowl victory peyton manning is now on the hot seat he is cited in a lawsuit agaisnt his alma mater
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and we look at some tip that may help you survive falling through the ice but first... dick stoddard will be back with your complete
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now with a winter warning... about what to the ice. a frozen lake can look inviting... but it could turn out to be deadly... here last month. abc's matt gutman has
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script: take a look at this dramatic rescue? caught on camera? firefighters rushing to save a 16 year old - after he plunged through an icy pond in missouri earlier this month? and in pennsylvania, 12 year old collin orr -- pulled from the frigid water by neighbors who heard his screams? sot - collin orr / survivor: "kind of felt like i was going to die at that point." luck may have saved him?but some basic skills could save you to demostrate how to survive crashing through the ice, we traveled to the tundra of indianapolis? matt -- that whole team is in charge of making sure that i can get rescued, pretty serious operation. the indiana state police and fire department
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demonstration? but first, a checkup nat matt in ambulance dv1 - 4:10 my teacher? dr. gordon giesbrecht - aka dr. popsicle, the worlds foremost expert on hypothermia and ice rescues? gordon giesbrecht, phd / university of manitoba: it would take at least half an hour before you became hypothermic. good information, but small consolation on a balmy 15 degree day? gordon says the first thing to know when you hit the water is you have time? then get control of your breathing and don't panic? gordon giesbrecht, phd / university of manitoba: two words kick and pull//4:19 put your arms on the ice and just kick your legs// just try to pull yourself along the ice// swimming to the top of the ice with no special wet or dry suits? i take the
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goes in mind numbing cold? but i acclimate.. adjust my breathing... and then remember my instructions? i kick and pull my way to safety? but as this thermal imaging camera shows? my toes and extremities were blue and cold? but that's just from the original exposure to the freezing water - ? my core is fine?i'm not hypothemic? nats but no warmth for the weary? dv3 - 9:03 - nats - matt getting back in this is like getting back in a nice tub. yep? back in the water? but this time geisbrecht gave me a nifty tool to help make extracting myself a little easier... gordon giesbrecht, phd / university of manitoba: these are called ice picc and most people who snowmobile and go ice fishing have these around their neck and this will make getting out a little easier. easier indeed... but the same rules apply... kick... and pull... dv3 - 9:03 - nats -- matt getting out for good morning america, matt gutman, abc news, los angeles. and now your kolo 8 hour-by-hour weather forecast with dick stoddard high pressure near the west coast will keep
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generally light winds into tuesday. a fast moving storm will bring a return of wintry conditions wednesday and thursday with gusty winds...rain...and mountain snow. && .short term... few changes made to through tuesday as the ridge remains near the west coast. temperatures will remain well above seasonal averages and winds overall will be fairly light aside from some gusty northeast ridge winds this evening. the main focus turns to wednesday and thursday for the next pacific storm. winds will increase ahead of it with gusty winds possible in the valleys. at this point, with good mixing in the afternoon and a decent surface gradient, it appears to be a more widespread wind event in the sierra to the
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mb so any downslope component looks to be minimal at this time. right now, peak gusts of 40-55 mph look likely wednesday afternoon and evening although a few gusts to 60-65 mph are possible in localized areas. the main period of precip will be wednesday night, although some rian/snow will move into the northern sierra during the afternoon from tahoe north. the precip looks to be widespread in the sierra with a 2-4 hour period of spillover into western nevada along the cold front. snow levels will start 7000- 7500 feet as dry air at onset will permit wet bulbing and bring the snow levels down at the start. the snow levels wont drop much
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which point they will drop to near 4500 feet early thursday morning. liquid amounts of 1-2 inches along the sierra crest and about half that in the tahoe basin to up to 1/4 inch in western nevada. very preliminary snow amounts above 7000 feet around 1+ feet with a few inches possible down to 5500-6000 feet. how much falls that low in elevation depends on the timing of the front and how much precip falls on the backside. wallmann .long term...thursday through sunday... with the cold front passing across western newborns in a pennsylvania hospital are decked in red hats and red envelopes... and it wasn't just for valentine's day... what cause they were raising awareness for
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now to new scrutiny for peyton manning. fresh off his super bowl win... he's named in a sexual harrassment lawsuit against his alma mater... the university of tennessee. abc's linsey davis is here with the details script:
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and off .... peyton manning is known for his good guy image. but this morning, "questions about his college days challenging that image . . . . as allegations resurface from a 20 year-old incident . . . along with allegations from a 20-year-old incident in which a highly regarded female trainer claimed manning sexually assaulted her while at the university of tennessee. : six women...filing a new lawsuit tuesday alleging the university of tennessee violated title ix by acting with "deliberate indifference in its response to incidents of sexual assault" , especially with respect to "'major sports' athletes" . among those major athletes mentioned ... peyton manning. top trainer, jamie naughright reported manning to a sexual assault crisis center for allegedly placing his bare bottom and genitalia on her while she examined his foot in 1996 tbd brennan sot: summarizing what happened : according to court records, manning denied assaulting naughright. but she included the allegations in a 1997
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lawsuit against the school, eventually settling with them and agreeing to leave her job. sot christine brennan : talking about how manning was able to go on an cultivate a wholesome image but in 2001, the incident would surface again ... this time, from manning's point of view in the book, "manning: a father, his sons and a football legacy." : manning describes the 1996 incident as a "crude...but harmless" locker-room exchange .... naughright simply catching him "mooning" a fellow athlete. the book's account, inferring she was eager to sue the school, and describing her as having a "vulgar mouth." naughright -- seen in this youtube video - filed a defamation suit against manning and his father archie, ghostwriter john underwood and publisher harper collins. : the new york daily news - obtained a motion that contained her version of facts in that case . she claims the book casts her in a negative light and manning's characterizations were false, leading to her
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the cutest valentines you've ever seen, a polar bear cub playing in the snow, and a superintendent channels an r&b artist. her'e seth kovar --reporter pkg-as follows-- take a look at these tiny valentine babies! newborns at pennsylvania's washington hospital are decked out in red hats and tucked into envelopes created just for them. it's part of the "little hats, big hearts" program -- volunteers from the american heart association knit the
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in february -- at participating hospitals. the program raises awareness for heart disease, in addition to celebrating valentine's day. this polar bear cub is playing in snow for the first time! she seems cautious at first -- but quickly starts to enjoy it! the cub was born at the toronto zoo in november. and she's not the only one excited for a snow day -- "you know i'm calling on your cell phone... to let you know, no school today." the superintendent of greater clark county schools -- near louisville, kentucky -- got a little creative announcing a snow day monday. for "snowline bling," dr. andrew melin inserted his face into drake's 'hotline bling' video -- and "sang" the message to students. "there will be no class today for you!" i'm seth kovar. high pressure near the west coast will keep above average temperatures and generally light winds into tuesday. a fast moving storm will bring updates on the stories we covered... head to our webchannel... kolo-t-v-dot-com.
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>> announcer: a crime has been committed at "the chew." the pantry ransacked. vital ingredients stolen. the kitchen covered in clues. everyone is a suspect. was it dastardly daphne oz? corrupt clinton kelly? mischievous mario batali? criminal carla hall? or menacing michael symon? the fabulous fran drescher is on the scene, can you figure out "chew" dunnit?
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"the chew." [ cheers and applause ] >> what's going on? >> hello, welcome to "the chew!" as you can see a crime has been committed here. our pantry has been ransacked! all hour long we are going to try to solve this mystery and we want you to get involved too, use the hashtag #chewdidit if you think you know the perpetrator. but right now everyone is a suspect, every single one of you! how are you guys doing today? >> scared! >> i feel violated! >> i know violated, right? >> so why do we love crime so much in this country? things like "making a murderer", "the jynx", the podcast "serial."

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