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that's what's making news infebruary 24th. i'm amanda sanchez let's go to lindsey matherly with a look at the forecast. high pressure will strengthen over the sierra and western nevada bringing dry conditions through the work week. temperatures will remain a few degrees the nevada gop caucus has wrapped up and it's another win for donald trump. it marks his third victory in the race for the white house. the precincts finished
o'clock this morning with trump the clear leader. marco rubio edging out ted cruz for second place. reid binion has reaction from the candidates... and shows us how neither rubio or cruz are giving up the fight. "now we're winning winning winning the country." donald trump rode to victory in the nevada caucuses tuesday.... "we won with young, we won with old, we one with educated, we won with poorly educated. i love the poorly educated." but with trump highly favored even before results came in... ...the real fight was between ted cruz and progress... "we are one step closer to turning the the pages on the failures on the obama-clinton disaster." rubio, touting his identity as critical for a general election win. unite this party." as the republicans returns.... ...democrats hit ttm on the issue of race at c- town hall. "this birther issue which we heard from donald trump and
delegitimize the president of the united states." ...bernie sanders, courting the minority vote ahead of the state's saturday primary. ...and also hitting rival hillary clinton over her paid speeches to wall street, demanding she release the transcripts clinton -- saying she would... on one condition presidential candidate "sure, if everybody does it, and that includes the republicans. why is there one standard for me, and not for everybody else." i'm reid binion reporting and a few surprises at reed high school in sparks. site coordinators were only prepared for about 600 voters... but we're told more than 12- hundred showed up. kolo 8 news now's catherine van reports. people started lining up hours before doors even opened... laura: i stood in line at the rally for three hours so i wanted to get here. nats: thanks for coming tonight one man who braved the crowds was senator ted cruz. he stopped by to shake hands to try and win more votes... but many say they came, with their minds already made up. diana: on my facebook i posted, 'hanging out with cruz on my
was easy. nats: straight down the hall and make the first right and right. but that was the hump, many people couldn't seem to get over. karen: i've been inline since 5:30. we were wrapped around the back of the auditorium. and once the sun set... so did the cold....which means bad news for those who have been waiting outside for hours. tom: we had no idea we had that many people. the volume became too much for the six volunteers at reed high school to handle. soon they were running out of ballots... and time. tom: to streamline the checkin process is always the challenge no matter what the event is whether its a caucus or a concert or anything else. more ballots had to be printed ... and lines were moved inside. anyone in the door by 8- 30, was allowed to vote. peter: it was a little overwheming standing in line with all those people, but it was pretty exciting. once they got through
their ballots and left... so no rooms were overcrowded. diana: that took 2 minutes, just forever. reporting it was a different scene two precincts of republicans gathered at virginia city's high school where the lines were much shorter-- went off without a hitch. vote, then left. others stayed through the entire process. ballots were counted and ben carson narrowly carried precinct two. the other virginia city precinct went strongly for donald trump--22 votes to five for carson, cruz four, rubio two and kasich one. the 21-year-old undecided republican we've been following cast his first ballot at a caucus at north valleys high school. matt weber was a voluteer as well. kolo 8 news now terri russell was there to
matt: i don't even have a registered address. before heading to his precinct in room one-ten at north valleys high school. matt weber vounteers to help the dozens and dozens of people who need to know where there precinct is, what room they meet, and for some, if they are a registered republican. matt: correct no problem, i will be right with you. matt: may i have your attention please? precnct meetings will commence in 10 minutes. as a software engineer, matt has the expertise many other volunteers here don't. the line to get in to register began at 5:00 and stretched outside around the front as the early evening wore on. matt: the cut off to register was the 13th. but by 6:45 the line was at the door. matt was still helping out....his precinct would have to wait. matt: my lap top is about to die. once inside room one- 10---some had already cast their ballots and left., others stayed behind to talk about their favorite candidate and why. man: because he seems very honest and he sticks to what he says. woman: he is a very christian believer which is a big part of may beliefs. as one of three undecided voters in the room, this is exactly how the process is supposed to work. the group talked for 20 minutes, and were courteous to each other and the various points of view. precinct chair: did tht help you
woman: yep, i just voted husband: i' shocked matt: i voted for cruz before heading to his precinct in room one-ten at north valleys high school. matt weber vounteers to help the dozens and dozens of people who need to know where there precinct is, what room they meet, and for some, if they are a registered republican. matt: correct no problem, i will be right with you. matt: may i have your attention please? precnct meetings will commence in 10 minutes. as a software engineer, matt has the expertise many other volunteers here don't. the line to get in to register began at 5:00 and stretched outside around the front as the early evening wore on. matt: the cut off to register was the 13th. sparks boulevard at i-80 is back open following a two car crash that had the area shut down for hours. it happened around 10 o'clock last night. police say a woman who was exiting the
light and hit a minivan. she had to be extricated from her car and was taken to renown with unknown injuries. no word yet on whether alcohol played a role in the crash. we're learning more about a car chase that ended at the grand sierra resort. the nevada highway patrol says they found stolen sporting goods and alcohol inside the abandoned car used by the suspects. 23-year-old dominic gonzalez is behind bars for a felony charge, for possession of stolen property. he's also charged with reckless driving and failing to stop at the scene of an accident among other charges. n-h-p says this all started around 5 o'clock monday afternoon in carson city, when gonzalez--- and another man allegedly stole alcohol from a liquor store. an off duty officer noticed gonzalez speeding on i-580. that's when they hit another car near meadowood mall. they ended up at g-s-r where the two suspects took off running. gonzalez was quickly arrested. the other man was seen getting into a maroon car, with silver rims.
he was last seen wearing a black shirt, or zipper pullover, and blue jeans. ### n-dot is making progress on removing a large boulder on u-s 50 in the glenbrook area of lake tahoe. here's video of crews with a hydraulic hammer, breaking the boulder into pieces. the boulder is estimated to be 8-feet tall, and weighs about 60- thousand pounds. parts of the road will need to be repaired because of damage from the boulder. those repairs won't be finished, until the end of the week. one lane will remain closed, and minor traffic delays are expected. ### governor brian sandoval has signed an executive order to reinstate the new energy industry task force. 12 people will be in the new task force and will advise the governor's office on ways to promote the development of renewable energy and distribution of energy resources in nevada. they will also look into issues like rooftop solar and nevada's energy grid and potentially prepare
bringing dry conditions through the work week. temperatures will remain a few degrees above seasonal averages on tuesday before increasing well above average into the start of the weekend. the next chance for light precipitation will be saturday. high pressure will strengthen over the sierra and western nevada bringing dry conditions through the work week. temperatures will remain a few degrees above seasonal averages on tuesday before increasing well above average into the start of the weekend. the next chance for light precipitation will be sierra and western nevada bringing dry conditions through the work week. temperatures will
above seasonal averages on tuesday before increasing well above average into the start of the weekend. the next chance for light precipitation will be saturday. high pressure will strengthen over the sierra and western nevada bringing dry conditions through the work week. temperatures will remain a few degrees above seasonal averages on tuesday before increasing well above average into the start of the weekend. the next chance for light precipitation will be
president obama made a promise to close guantanamo bay during his first day in office. now, more than 7- years-later... the president sent congress his plan to close the prison. speaking at the white house yesterday the president outlined his plan to close the detention facility in cuba. he wants to transfer more detainees to foreign countries, and work with congress to find a spot in the u-s to hold other detainees. president obama said his goal to close the prison is about closing a chapter in the country's history. "keeping this facility open is contrary to our values. it undermines our standing in the world. it is viewed as a stain on our broader record of upholding the highest standards of rule of law"
mitch mcconnell, and many other top republicans, want guantanamo bay to stay open. but despite g-o-p opposition, committee chairs in the house and senate, say they'll hold hearings on the president's plan. ### the c-d-c has issued a new health alert after more cases of the zika virus were reported. the c-d-c is investigating at least 14 zika virus cases. all of those cases, were sexually transmitted. and several of the cases involved pregnant women. the c-d-c adds-- the new reports suggest sexual relations, may likely be a way zika spreads. however, the most common way to be infected with zika is through a mosquito bite. zika has been confirmed in 23 u-s states, and the district of columbia. the world health organization says up to 4-million people will be infected in the next year. ### while the breast cancer rate in the u-s has not increased...more and more women are opting to have their breasts surgically removed. here's doctor timothy johnson with more on the surprising new
breast cancer is a terrifying diagnosis...and decades ago, removing the entire breast was the only answer? but then surgeons began to preserve normal breast areas by doing lumpectomies instead? now in a surprising new finding from researchers at the us agency for healthcare research and quality, the trend seems to be changing again. total mastectomies, complete removal of the breast - jumped by more than a third between 2005 and 2013. part of the reason for the increase was a doubling in the number of women opting for double mastectomies; having both breasts removed even if cancer is found only in one. actress angelina jolie made headlines when she had both her breasts removed, because she had a genetic mutation, which raises cancer risk. doctors suggest that some high-risk women prefer having the double surgery to the anxiety of having frequent mammograms and biopsies. survival rates are no different for women who have a mastectomy versus women who have a smaller lumpectomy.
school, where he was named second team all- league as a senior back in 2012.... the 6-foot-6 forward orginally signed with san deigo christian out of high school... the hawks are an n-a-i-a school... musselman: "very physical. you know, for a walk-on, he gives us everything that we want. our guys, you know, the neatest thing about yesterday's practice was how excited our players were. they were overly excited just because he gives us another physical presence inside. and he will not be able to play until next, around christmastime, but will be able to play the remainder of this year. he'll be with us all summer and then he'll be able to be with us the first part of the year practicing next year" the wolf pack hosts utah state tonight.... the pack beat the aggies out in logan back in
the reno bighorns have not lost a home game in nearly three months!... they won their 12th straight home game on tuesday... ricky ledo had a team- high 22 points and 8 rebounds... duje dukan, down on an nba assignment... the kings keeping an eye on him!... he had 14 points and 6 boards... speaking of the nba... erick green back from utah... he spent most of the last month with the jazz... green also scored 22... this one all bighorns.... david stockton with the corner three... he had 14 points and 5 steals... reno rolls 130-105... the wolf pack softball team has won 8 of their first 10 games this
school history. the pack went a perfect 5-and-0 over the weekend... those eight wins are half as many wins already than they had all of last season... this for a team that was picked to finish 8th in the preseason coaches poll... and that's out of just 9 mountain west teams... weis: "you have no idea how great it feels to be 8-and-2 and the second week is over. it's definitely relieving knowing that all of the hard work is kind of paying off already." sweet; "it's rewarding. it's fun. you know, that's the main thing is to have fun out there. and i think we lost sight of it's a game and it's supposed to be
high pressure will strengthen over the sierra and western nevada bringing dry conditions through the work week. temperatures will remain a few degrees above seasonal averages on tuesday before increasing well above average into the start of the weekend. the next chance for light precipitation will be
you may want to put that candy bar down. chocolate maker 'mars' has announced a recall in 55 countries... after plastic was found in one of its products. the recall includes millions of mars, snickers and milky way chocolate bars produced in the netherlands. the company says mars, snickers and milky way bars with best before dates between june and october 2016 should not be eaten. running for cover... tornadoes touch down in the south... sending people running for shelter. a look at the aftermath this morning. and 23 people are feared dead in a plane crash in nepal. what we're learning about the moments
now good morning reno." "we love nevada, we love nevada. thank you, thank you ..." republican presidential candidate donald trump is celebrating his victory this morning. we'll have the numbers from last night's caucus. and one person was taken to the hospital last night after a two car crash on sparks boulevard. who police say was at fault. and a new merger between two fire districts in washoe county could save tax payers thousands. thanks for joining us on good morning reno. i'm amanda sanchez and i'm dave lawrence. let's go to lindsey matherly with a look at the forecast. high pressure will strengthen over the sierra and western nevada bringing dry conditions