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hillary clinton rallying for support in reno. so what had the presidential hopeful barking? thanks for joining us here on good morning reno... it's time ... i'm amanda sanchez and i'm dave lawrence. let's go to lindsey matherly with a look at the forecast. high pressure near the west coast will keep above average temperatures and generally light winds through tonight. a moderate winter storm will bring gusty winds to the region wednesday followed by snow and rain wednesday evening through thursday. another weak system is possible friday night, before the ridge rebuilds over the west with warming
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. four people are out of their home after a duplex fire in stead. it happened around 8:30 last night at a home on stead boulevard near norton drive. one man was hospitalized for smoke inhalation. officials say two dogs and a cat died in the fire. no word yet on what caused it. we're just days away from the nevada caucuses and presidential hopefuls are battling for support in the silver state. democratic candidate stop in reno yesterday where she stressed the rights. " hillary clinton/democratic presidential candidate: we still don't have equal pay. we still don't have paid family of the opportunities for young women to advance the way
the white house the first woman president, will really make sure we keep going forward not doing a u turn backward." one of the more memorable moments came when she discussed the battle with republicans to regulate wall street, saying one of her favorite politcal ads used a trained dog that barked when a politician didn't tell the truth. "we need to get that dog and follow them around and everytime they say these things like, 'oh the great recession was caused by too much regulation.' arf arf arf arf you know. i think we could cut right through a lot of their claims." one of the last polls taken in the silver state showed clinton with a large margin over senator bernie sanders.## for the republicans... former president george w. bush made his first campaign appearance in south carolina in support of jeb's run for the white house-- and took on recent attacks on his
"george w. bush, former president "there seems to be a lot of name calling going on but i want to remind you what our good dad told me one time. labels are for soup cans!" " bush didn't mention donald trump by name, but there were some clear digs against the republican candidate who has a commanding lead in the south carolina primary polls. as for the silver state, the democrats will caucus this saturday. followed by the republicans on tuesday. ### nevada rancher, cliven bundy, is due in an oregon courtroom today to face charges stemming from an armed standoff in 20-14 over grazing rights. the occupation gained national attention-- as the exchange with federal agents quickly escalated. bundy was arrested last week in portland just hours before a nearly 6-week standoff at a wildlife refuge ended. the leader of that occupation-- cliven's son, ammon-- was also arrested. it's not clear why it took as long as it did to bring charges against
you can expect to see high wind warnings along i-580 in washoe valley today. n-dot is testing out their new wind warning system from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. high-profile vehicles will still be allowed to travel on i-580 and alternate u.s. 395 between reno and carson city. 34 new signs have been added as part of the warning system which is meant to prohibit vehicles like semi- trucks that are 9 feet or taller from driving that stretch of road in high winds. home prices are up in reno. in fact they've risen 16- point-one percent in the last year according to zillow dot com. so what does that mean for people looking to buy? analysts believe the median household income in washoe county falls between 50 and 60 thousand dollars. that would make a house costing 225- thousand dollars or less... affordable. so what properties are available for that price? trt: 12 richard keillor, realtor, coldwell banker select, "you are probably looking at homes out north of reno in the north valleys, some smaller homes within in reno, potentially fixer
for people if they are handy." one of the reasons there aren't a lot of homes in the 225 thousand dollar price range, is becasue of construction costs. analysts from "ibis- world" say wood building materials are expected to rise 4- point-8 percent by 2017. ### parkinson's can be a devestating diagnosis... but we'll show you how one group is putting on against the disease. and many on the east coast thought they weren't going to have a wintery-like winter.
some wild weather across parts of the u.s. this morning. from tornadoes in the south... to a dangerous mix of snow, ice and heavy rain up and down the east coast. abc's megan hughes shows us the aftermath and which states are getting hit the hardest. sot jay filawisz: "i'm just cleaning up the area, so that nobody slips and falls.." up and down the east coast--slippery sidewalks made for wobbly walking. on the roads-that coating of ice left drivers scrambling to get traction? in pennsylvania-- derek fair was driving down route 29 in valley forge when he went off the road...just missing this tree. sot derek fair: " like im not trying to hit the guy in front of me...so i started to skid and came off the road." north carolina's wintry mix caused more than 1500 car accidents in less than 24 hours the 1200 mile long winter storm is also creating trouble at
charlotte douglas international. close to cancelled monday. sot patti morris: i am done..i am done...i am done...hahaaa...i am ready for summer." the snow, ice, and rain are marching north up the east coast--17 states seeing winter weather alerts?with a big warmup in many places by later tonight. nats--storm the wild weather stretching into the south with reports of several tornado touchdowns? in mississippi, this house - destroyed... this high schoolcampus - damaged... in louisiana, winds ripping apart this car wash and pizza hut? and sent debris flying sot miranda supple / witness: "i seen it like coming at me. woo it's scary." reporter tag: this latest severe weather comes after aweekend that shattered cold records in new york and boston-today in some areas, temperatures in some places are expected to rise into the 50's. megan hughes,
here's a live look at the brooklyn bridge. things looking cold there this morning. high pressure near the west coast will keep above average temperatures and generally light winds through tonight. a moderate winter storm will bring gusty winds to the region wednesday followed by snow and rain wednesday evening through thursday. another weak system is possible friday night, before the ridge rebuilds over the west with warming temperatures into early next week. models are still on track to bring a moderately strong winter
this wednesday and thursday. winter storm watches remain in effect for the tahoe basin as well as alpine and mono counties. the timing for this system above average temperatures and generally light winds through tonight. a moderate winter storm will bring gusty winds to the region wednesday followed by snow and rain wednesday evening through thursday. another weak system is possible friday night, before the ridge rebuilds over the west with warming temperatures into early next week. models are still on track to bring a moderately strong winter storm into the region this wednesday and thursday. winter storm watches remain in effect for the tahoe
and mono counties. the timing for this system has slowed just a little with the main wave speeding through overnight wednesday into early thursday morning. adjustments to the previous forecast were mostly minor changes concerning qpf; bumped up a few hundredths along the sierra crest and up to 0.05 hundredths over churchill/pershing counties. the most notable change was a slight increase in wind speeds that pushed the sierra front from douglas county through areas north of reno into high wind warning criteria. models continue to show an increasing trend in regards to wind speeds
being diagnosed with parkinson's means a long battle of finding ways to stall the disease..... kolo 8 news now's rebecca kitchen is here to show us a creative way one local group is helping to improve the quality of life for parkinson's patients. good morning dave and amanda... research shows the sooner you get into a therapy program after a parkinson's diagnosis.. the better chance you have to slow the progression of the disease.... but as you can see behind me... a different kind of therapy is starting to take off.... as patients step into the ring to battle the disease. ... r nats... it's like a boot camp.... randy has been putting on his boxing gloves for a few months now...ever since he was diagnosed with parkinson's disease... it may seem like an odd time to pick up
therapy taking off across the country. love coming. it's commraderier, everyone here has the same problem. give you a lot of hope it's called rock steady boxing.... the goal is to help people living with parkinson's fine tune their motor skills.. and it's working... there's things i couldn't do i didn't realize i couldn't do them and i'm doing them now. movements, leg movements, balance, coordination nats/...nina... nina vogel is a physical therapist who brought the program to carson city... it kind of expanded because i realized after physical therapy... what do you do? you know you can't stay in therapy forever so it became a group class. she says she sees things like posture, coordination, and balance improve almost right away.... but rock steady boxing goes beyond the physical. being in a group setting, it targets all the non-motor symptoms of parkinson's, the depression, the apathy, the sleep problems. so it's a really great balance for everything.
when they come.... you'll hear them in class... alright come one... vogel says people are often intimidated to join... but the class works with people in all different stages of the disease. we can adapt anything.... everyone knows if you can't do the jumps you do squats. we have all different levels and all different ages but everyone has the same goal in mind and i think that's what makes it cool. right now rock steady boxing is only in carson city... but there are plans to send more people to indianapolis where the program was created... to get trained. the hope is to get a program up in reno... to help with the fundraising efforts head to kolo tv dot com and click on this story. millennials have been drinking a lot of wine... what a new study much wine they drank last year. and do you have one of these high chairs? why your child could be at risk. and here's a look at
an important recall this morning involving a high 56-hundred of these "nuna baby essentials" high chairs are being recalled because the arm-bar can detach causing your child to fall. they were sold at several retailers, including nordstrom between 2013 and 2015. if you have one of these high chairs stop using it and contact nuna for a free replacement arm- bar. we've posted more information about the recall at kolo 8 news now. just click on hot topics. millenials really like their wine. according to a new study, they drank 42- percent of all wine consumed in the u-s last year. that's more than any other generation. new research from the industry nonprofit wine market council found that americans between the ages of 21 and 38 drank 159.6 million cases of wine in 2015 - that's an average of two cases per person. we'll be right back for news while you're on the move, listen to our news partner news-talk 780 koh high pressure near the
do or when we're feeling sad. if those things aren't something that's pushing you to eat, one other thing might be a factor....clutter. that's right...according to a new study at cornell university, your food environment can uknowingly cause you to overeat. experts at the university did an experiment with two kitchens. one kitchen was clean and the other was filled with dirty dishes and cluttered counters. they brought 100-people into each kitchen. each person was given access to food, both healthy and unhealthy and was told they could eat as much as they'd like. they were also asked to write about how much control they felt in each kitchen. the study found that the women who wrote about feeling out of control in the messy
west coast will keep above average temperatures and generally light winds through tonight. a moderate winter storm will bring gusty winds to the region wednesday followed by snow and rain wednesday evening through thursday. another weak system is possible friday night, before the ridge rebuilds over the west with warming temperatures into early next week. models are still on track to bring a 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
president obama will address the recent controversy over a replacement for the late supreme court justice antonin scalia today. democratic presidential hopeful hillary clinton says the president wiill nominate a judge who's currently serving on the federal appeals court. the white house is now leveling its own blows at republicans in the deep political standoff that started only hours after scalia's death. "this is a republican congress that has a lot of practice saying no, but i also want to point out that this is not the first time that republicans have come out with a lot of bluster only to have reality ultimately sink in." president obama vows to fill that supreme court seat by constitutional duty, saying there's still plenty of time for him to do so. turning now to northern syria where several hospitals and a school have come under attack. these are the first moments of syrian defense workers arriving on scene where
killed, including children. a hospital run by "doctors without borders," was hit four times the humanitarian group says the strikes were deliberate-- blaming the syrian government coalition. a syrian observatory for human rights said russian warplanes are to blame for the attack, but a spokesman for the russian president says they're unable to back up those claims. and in belgium, authorities carried out 9 raids in 4 different suburbs in brussels where officials say there was a recruiting network for isis. they say 10 people were detained and computer material and mobile telephones were seized during the raids. officials believe several people involved in the recruiting network have gone to syria to join the islamic state. today, a judge will decide whether the 10 people detained should be charged. a man charged with killing one girl and nine women over three decades will go on trial in los angeles today. 63-year-old lonnie david franklin-junior has pleaded not guilty to the murders.
sleeper" because of the long period of apparent inactivity between killings - 13 years apart. the first murders tied to franklin were in 19-85. the victims ranged in age from 15 to 35. prosecutors are seeking the death penalty. in an effort to give people on food stamps healthier food options, the agriculture department will announce new food stamp rules today. businesses that accept food stamps will now have to stock 168 items in their stores that the department considers healthy. the department says they do not dictate what a person using food stamps buys, but they want the healthier options to be available. gamers, you're in luck. las vegas is reportedly a top location for a proposed arena to host competitive video games. according to the las vegas sun, beijing based company, 'ourgame international holdings', is looking to expand to other countries and they're eying the silver state. the c-e-o of the company
around the world within three to five years and vegas would be a key location. it's being called an "uber for kids"...massachusetts- based company, "zemcar" hopes it will be able to convince parents that its service is not only convenient, but safe. rhondella richardson shows us how it works. --reporter pkg-as follows-- say the kids miss the school bus or there are days you just can't do pickup. now there's an app for that. zemcar is available for adroid phones and gearing up to get into theapp store. "you can just click on that." this former verizon wireless executive and bedford father of 2 created zemcar. he compares it to uber-- but for kids. parents set up rides on demand or schedule trips in advance... "we have tried to make it very, very secure." promising stringent background checks covering every concern... hired drivers can earn up to 35-dollars-an hour. there's video monitoring to comfort
"they just need to say 'pick-up' and the video automatically starts getting broadcasted to the parent." need to tell the teacher and child zemcar is coming? just record a permission slip. "this message will get delivered at the right time to the driver, to the teacher and to the kid. on the map you can see all sorts of drivers around you. you can look at their profiles." you pick drivers and can keep favorite by setting up a trusted circle. who are the drivers so far? "nanny's, moms, teachers..." khan wants to be affordable and competitive... but, are parents really ready to slip from behind the wheel, and ditch their babysitters? "i think it is a good idea." "i think i'll be responsible for my own children." standup: children 8 and up start getting rides around greater boston the first week of march. in waltham, rhondella
an art exhibit here in reno is having a global impact ... helping street children in rwanda. a look at how african artists are bringing their work to america ... and showcasing it in the biggest little city. nurseries are getting busy now that the warm weather is here. so which plants and flowers are best to plant 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" sarah your tax refund may be arriving a little later than usual this year. noah
include teh saab 9-3 from 2003 to 2011 and teh saab 9-5 from 2010 and 2011. it also includes the saturn astra from 2008 and 2009. this is just the latest in several recalls involving the airbags which can explode in a crash sending shrapnel at drivers and passengers. high pressure near the west coast will keep above average temperatures and generally light winds through tonight. a moderate winter storm will bring gusty winds to the region wednesday followed by snow and rain wednesday evening
and mono counties. the timing for this system has slowed just a little with the main wave speeding through overnight wednesday into early thursday morning. adjustments to the previous forecast were mostly minor changes all of this warm weather is making green thumbs eager to get their gardens ready for spring. a local plant doctor says despite the unseasonable nevada
cold snaps. plants that haven't flowered yet like fruit trees and perennials, can survive the changes in weather. jon: if you plant it before it starts flowering, it will flower as normal and will be very healthy and will be much of a show for your yard. jon bruyns from the moana nursery says this so called spring teaser is the perfect opportunity to get your garden started from scratch. for those who don't want to start planting yet, but still want some foliage in your home, he says succulents and air plants are the most popular purchases. a dozen different artists from all over africa are showcasing their work at a new gallery in reno this month. and as kolo 8 news now's matt vaughan explains ... the proceeds will be used to help a worthy cause. here at the potentialist workshop ... artists come together to create all different forms of art ... whether
or performing. and for one of the artists featured in this month's exhibit ... creating art allows him to make a difference in his home country. ... "i do this to help, i do this to make my living, i do this to help my country." pacifique niyonsenga spent much of his childhood living in poverty on the streets of rwanda. "me and my friends from the neighborhood decided to go to the streets to beg for food." but thanks to the generosity of a man named bruno ... pacifique was able to get an education and find work as an artist. now he helps other kids living on the streets by introducing them to the arts. "i started niyo cultural centre just to give them a chance to know what i know, to learn what i have learned: dance, music, art." pacifique says one of his goals has always been to share african art with other parts of the world. and collaborating with the potentialist workshop in reno has allowed him to do just that. "it was my dream to spread our words all over the world and try to show different places what african art looks like." proceeds from each piece of art that is sold
children in rwanda ... in part, to build homes and get them off the street. pacifique says he wants to create a better future for the kids in his home country. "it makes me happy because when i'm doing work that i decided to do a long time ago, and i can see that it's happening nothing's more special than that." a special reception will be held this thursday. pacifique will speak at the event ... and there will also be live music and performances. it starts at 7 p-m right be held this thursday. pacifique will speak at the event ... and there will also be live music and performances. it starts at 7 p-m right here at the potentialist workshop which is
there was a funk at last nights grammy's... but it's ok because it was an uptown funk! we'll have a look at bruno mars and some of the other big winners at the grammy awards. and according to career builder dot com... these are some of the top things employers say is distracting their employees at work. co-workers putting calls on speaker phone. co-workers just dropping by. email. meetings. and noisy co-workers. we'll have the top 5 after the break. for news while you're on the move, listen to our news partner
it was a night of memorable performances and powerful tributes at the 58th annual grammy awards. michaela pereira has
a look at some of the big winners of the night. "welcome to the 2016 grammy awards, but right now, it's 1989." and taylor swift's year it was. the pop superstar snagging three grammies... including coveted album of the year at the 58th grammy awards. "to all the young women out there, some day when you get where you're going, you'll look around and you will know that it was you and the people who love you who put you there." compton rapper and powerhouse kendrick
"and the grammy goes to... to pimp a butterfly. kendrick lamar." electrifying the audience with an explosive performance .. "do you hear me? do you feel me? we go'n be all right." the omnipresent dance hit "uptown funk" by mark ronson and bruno mars named record of the year .... ed sheeran and meghan trainor riding high off their first grammy wins... "my mom and dad for always believing in me. i love you so much. thank you." and adele falling short of vocal perfection when audio issues marred her performance ... "i will see you... " the night peppered with earnest tributes .. lady gaga channeling ziggy stardust in honor
" p top stories.... four people are out of their home after a boulevard near norton one man was hospitalized for smoke inhalation. officials say two dogs and a cat died in the fire. no word yet on what caused it. democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton stressed the importance of women's rights during her campaign stop here in reno yesterday. she spoke on topics like equal pay, paid family leave and opportunities for young women to things. you can expect to see along i-580 in washoe n-dot is testing out system from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. high-profile vehicles will still be allowed to travel on i-580 and between reno and carson city. home prices in reno have risen 16-point-one percent in the last year according to zillow dot com. with the median household income in washoe county falling between 50 and 60 thousand dollars.
west coast will keep above average temperatures and generally light winds through tonight. a moderate winter storm will bring gusty winds to the region wednesday followed by snow and gma is coming up next... "hairstyles provided by rumors "closed captioning provided by st. marys regional medical i was walking home. 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.
good morning, america. weather whiplash. a wild swing in temperatures and slick roads spark major accidents. a massive pileup overnight. 17 tornadoes reported in the south destroying homes, businesses, and cars. and a new batch of bad weather moving in right now. just four days until the next showdown, jeb bush calling on his brother to charm voters. >> i've been -- misunderestimated most of my life. >> as donald trump unleashes a tirade against the bushes and ted cruz. >> i've never seen anybody that lied as much as ted cruz. and he goes around saying he's a christian. >> now threatening to take cruz to court.
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superstars now speaking out about the secret they kept for so long. why wwe star daniel bryan's wife agreed to keep quiet about her husband's concussions, the ones that eventually forced him to call it quits. everybody and the grammys rocking all night long. lionel richie saying "hello" to music's biggest night. taylor swift taking home a huge award and taking on kanye west. >> you don't let those people side-track you. we could be heroes just for one day >> and lady gaga with an out-of-this-world tribute to david bowie. this is ground control to major tom >> this morning, the secrets behind that electrifying night only on "gma." and good morning, america.