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happy mother.now midday." republican presidential candidate donald trump is celebrating his victory here in the silver state. a look at what's next in the race for the white house plus... a new merger between two fire districts in washoe county could save tax payers thousands. thanks for joining us on kolo 8 news now midday. i'm matt vaughan.. in for dave lawrence let's go to lindsey matherly with a look at the forecast. high pressure will bring well above average temperatures through friday for northeast california and western nevada. temperatures will ease down, but remaining above average, for the weekend.
donald trump is celebrating his biggest win yet in the republican race... a 22 point victory in the nevada caucuses last night.. that saw record turnout. marco rubio and ted cruz remain locked in a tight race for second place... both hoping to get republicans to unite around them as the alternative to trump. abc's bazi kanani has the latest on the race for the white house. the winner by a large margin-- donald trump celebrates hours before the runners-up in nevada were even declared. i grab and grab and i get greedy i want money money. now we're going to get greedy for the united states and grab and grab and grab. we're going to bring in so much money and so much everything. for the second time in a row-- marco rubio just barely edges out ted cruz for second place. we feel good about our showing. we picked up a significant number of delegates. senator rubio is racking up the most endorsements from governors and members of congress. trump with just two... brushes off their importance.
people senator ted cruz... hoping to regain momentum in the coming contests. this is the only campaign that has beaten donald trump and that can beat donald trump. trump... keeping up his attacks on cruz... he's a baby! and ready for another target. rubio. who by the way i've been very nice. people say why are you so nice? because he hasn't hit me. when he does you will see what happens. rubio says he won't attack, but won't back down from a policy debate. anger alone is not gonna solve our problems. you have to have a plan to do something outlined anything he's gonna do." ==bazi on cam tag== for the republicans, there is one debate and just six days to go before super tuesday-- when voters in 12 states and one territory head to the polls. a woman is sent to the sparks. it happened around 10 last night at the intersection of sparks boulevard and the i-80
sparks police say the woman ran a red light and hit a mini-van. she had to be extricated from her vehicle and was taken to renown with unknown injuries. the intersection was shut down for a few hours after the crash but has since reopened. a man is behind bars in connection with a car chase that started in carson city earlier this week and ended at the grand sierra resort. the nevada highway patrol says they found stolen sporting goods and alcohol inside 23- year-old dominic gonzalez's abandoned car. he's facing a felony charge for possession of stolen property and several other charges. police say it all started monday afternoon in carson city, when gonzalez and another man allegedly stole alcohol from a liquor store. the two reportedly drove up to reno -- where n-h-p began pursuing gonzalez after he hit another car near meadowood mall. a high speed chase with the suspects ended at the g-s-r. gonzalez was quickly arrested-- while the other man was seen getting into a maroon car, with silver rims. he's described as white, last seen wearing a
jeans. the carson city sheriff's office says this vehicle is linked to a carson city burglary that happened on february 11th. the car is described as an oldsmobile alero-- four door sedan, between the years of 1999 and 2004. if you recognize this car or know anything about the burglary call the carson city sheriff's office. 38-year-old jesse michael whitlock of ohio has pleaded guilty to fraud for illegally collecting unemployment benefits from the state of nevada... while in jail. authorities say whitlock committed the theft in 2010 and 2011. as part of his plea, whitlock will pay back more than 13-thousand dollars to the state's unemployment department. he will be sentenced in june. a new ordinance to merge the truckee meadows fire protection district and the sierra fire protection district could save tax payers thousands of dollars a year. according to washoe county commissioners, the merger of the two fire districts could save up to 26-thousand dollars a year because it'll end the need for two audits, financial statements, and two budgets. however, during the
commisioners meeting yesterday, one person voiced concern-- saying the merger could also cause longer response times. the second reading of this ordinance, will be on march 8th. governor brian sandoval signed an executive order, to re- instate the new energy industry task force yesterday. the new energy task force will consist of 12 people who will advise the governor's office of energy-- on ways to promote the development of renewable energy, and distribution of energy resources in nevada. a plane carrying 23 people crashes in the mountains of nepal and it is believed that the passengers are likely dead. plus wild weather in the south... with february tornadoes causing some distruction... and more storms are expected. but first... lindsey matherly will be back with your complete weather now forecast. announcer: "you're watching kolo 8 news now midday, with dave lawrence and weather with
the deadly storms slamming the south are now heading north and into the east and midwest regions. at least three people have been killed after more than two dozen reported tornadoes tore across the gulf states. abc's elizabeth hur is tracking the storms from new york. aaron forsyth gold's gym member willy martin st. james' parish sheriff elizabeth hur abc news, new york script: "look up look up!" a monster storm system is on the move up the east coast.. "oh my goodness - holy cow!" along the way leaving a path of destruction. this rv park in st james
"i immediately took off running to help people." and entire neighborhoods in pensacola, florida.. decimated. all of this the work of 27 reported tornadoes in 24 hours.. across 5 states. aaron forsyth, gold's gym member "sounded like a train that was coming through here." people were inside this gold's gym in prairieville, louisiana when a twister ripped the wall right off the side of the building. aaron forsyth, gold's gym member "working employees and just people working out and they had about eight kids in the daycare, so definitely a scary situation." amazingly no one was seriously hurt here.. but elsewhere the heavy wind and rain powerful enough to flip this tractor trailer over proved to be deadly and with dozens injured. the search is continuing for anyone who may still be strapped in the mangled mess of debris.. willy martin, st. james' parish sheriff "we are hoping that's we can get down into those debris piles and try to find people." elizabeth hur tag looking ahead forecasters say from florida to maryland. they could be hit with damaging winds and hail today. further north from dc to where we are here in ny. we're being told to brace for heavy rain and flooding later tonight. eh, abc news, ny. and now your kolo 8 hour-by-hour weather forecast with lindsey matherly. high pressure will bring
temperatures through friday for northeast california and western nevada. temperatures will ease down, but remaining above average, for the weekend. it will be breezy friday, with a chance for showers mainly north of interstate 80 friday night and saturday morning. the tranquil weather continues for northeast california and western nevada through thursday night before a modest system brings wind and some showers friday through early saturday. main forecast changes were to raise showers chances well north of i-80 friday night and up and evening. for today, afternoon temperatures are expected to jump 6-12 degrees over tuesday for
airmass is scoured out and warmer air aloft mixes into the lower elevations. thursday remains very mild for late february as an upper ridge remains in control. friday and friday night, the ridge weakens with a glancing blow from an upper disturbance moving through extreme northern california and oregon. as the disturbance approaches, winds will kick up friday afternoon and especially friday evening. at this time, wind gusts of 30-45 mph will be possible, strongest in the immediate lee of the sierra near the highway 395/interstate 580 corridor where gusts could even go a little higher friday evening. temperatures through friday for northeast california and western nevada. temperatures will ease down, but remaining above large boulder, on u-s 50 in the glenbrook area of lake tahoe. crews have been using a
developments in the kalamazoo michigan shooting. we're getting our first look at surveillance video from the gun shop that uber driver and suspect jason dalton visited before going on a rampage that killed six people and injured two others. abc's alex perez has the latest script: this morning-our first glimpse at what's believed to be shooting suspect jason dalton in the hours before the deadly shootings. surveillance cameras capturing dalton checking out firearms at this kalamazoo area gun shop. the owner saysdalton didn't buy a gun, but did
like this one jonathan southwick/gunshop owner the person that was in here was friendly, talked to us was smiling joking around less than three hours later, prosecutors say, the uber driver unleashed a rampage, killing 6. 14 year old abigail kopf, shot and injured in the parking lot of this restaurant? doctors say at one point her heart stopped-but she's now fighting for her life mom: actually she squeezed my hand...it was miracle on its own. richard smith and his 17 year old son tyler were killed in this car dealership parking lot. we've now learned tyler's teenaged girlfriend was also there and hid in the family car, calling 911. mallory lemieux and tori curtis were almost the 45-year-old uber driver's passengers that night.... grfx until mallory's dad sent this text?"multiple shootings with people dead ...get home please." he also warned them police were looking for a suspect in a chevy. when the college student called an uber to go home ...her assigned driver was in a chevy. panicking, she cancelled 3 times hoping for
between these two brothers. this is juh-zeer jazir... and his ten year old brother jimmy. both of them are looking for a big. we had a chance and answer a few questions... like what he wants to maybe learn from a big brother... how to play basketball properly not a bad choice considering the rule breaking battle these brothers were having on the court. when jimmy's not on the court he also likes soccer and reading. and really likes the show called henry danger! it's about this kid who finds a job and he doesn't know that the job he's in is for a superhero jimmy told me he doesn't really want to be a superhero... he instead wants to be a big time athlete. i either want to be a soccer player or a ufc fighter. ufc? wow that's cool. how did you get into that? by watching wwe
of his classmates get bigs... and thought maybe he wanted to get involved in the program. since my friends got bigs maybe i wanted to see what it was like dave lawrence... kolo 8 news now if you've got a little extra free time for this science loving kid... or his fun younger brother then contact big brothers big sisters of northern nevada. you can find more information about becoming a big at kolo cares dot com. been on facebook today.. have you noticed something different? the social network has added some new reactions to the news feed. announcer: "for news while you're on the move, listen to our news
welcome back to kolo- eight-news-now midday. i'm mat vaughan thick fog has been making it difficult for searchers at the site of a plane crash in northern nepal. at least 19 bodies have been found. it is believed all 23 on board were killed when the plane went down. the plane lost contact eight minutes into what was supposed to be only a 19-minute flight. there is no word yet on what could be the cause. sum-nima odas udas has the details. --reporter pkg-as follows-- ic: "officials in nepal say they are shocked..." oc: "sumnima udas...cnn...new delhi." rescuers say they have found the wreckage of a small plane carrying 23 people that crashed in bad weather into a mountainous area of nepal. they said all those aboard, including two foreigners, were confirmed dead. police official harihari yogi said the wreckage of the plane, which crashed wednesday during a scheduled 18-minute flight, was still burning and
the bodies were charred. he said the plane appeared to have flown directly into a mountain. residents had reported hearing a loud explosion near the small village of rupshe. airport official yogendra kuwar said the plane lost contact shortly after takeoff. the foreigners were from china and kuwait. all others on board were all nepali nationals, including two children. follows-- ic: "officials in nepal say they are shocked..." oc: "sumnima udas...cnn...new delhi." rescuers say they have found the wreckage of a small plane carrying 23 people that crashed in bad weather into a mountainous area of nepal. they said all those aboard, including two foreigners, were confirmed dead. police official harihari yogi said the wreckage of the plane, which crashed wednesday during a scheduled 18-minute flight, was still burning and all the bodies were charred. he said the plane appeared to have flown directly into a mountain. residents had reported hearing a loud explosion near the small village of rupshe. airport official yogendra kuwar said the plane lost contact
the foreigners were from china and kuwait. all others on board were all nepali nationals, including two children. let's go to lindsey matherly with a look at the forecast. high pressure will bring well above average temperatures through friday for northeast california and western nevada. temperatures will ease down, but remaining above average, for the weekend. it will be breezy friday, with a chance for showers mainly north of interstate 80 friday night and saturday morning. the tranquil weather continues for northeast california and western nevada through thursday night before a modest system brings wind and some republican members of the senate armed services committee are attacking president obama's plan to close the guantanamo bay prison camp. under the plan mister obama announced tuesday, the bulk of remaining detainees would be transferred to other countries.
undetermined detention facility in the u-s. senator john mccain... the armed services committee chairman, is a rare republican who supports closing guantanamo. but he's still hammering mister obama's proposal. --sot-- "i've been waiting 7 and a half years for a plan in order for us to facilitate the closure of guantanamo bay. i'm still waiting because this is not a plan, this is an 8-page document, 7 pages of which is a rehash and the last page is platitudes. == == this is not a plan. this is a series of facts, a wish list that is non-specific and it clearly does not meet the requirements that we laid out in law requiring for them to submit a specific plan." mccain says the committee will closely this is not a plan. this is a series of facts, a wish list that is non-specific and it clearly does not meet the requirements that we laid out in law requiring for them to submit a specific plan."
scrutinize the plan and hold hearings on the details. president obama is giving hints on what he's looking for in a supreme court nominee to replace justice antonin scalia. he says the person must have.. "a sterling record... a deep respect for the judiciary's role... and an understanding of the way the world really works." but republicans on the senate judiciary hearing are vowing to not even hold a hearing on the president's pick. house speaker paul ryan made the case that senate republicans have a constitutional right to refuse to hold confirmation hearings. ryan says the stakes are just too high. "everything's up for grabs, congress, presidency, supreme court and we owe this country a choice and that's exactly what we're going to give them. == == the president has every right to nominate someone, but let's not forget the fact that congress is a separate but equal branch of government and the senate has every right not to act on a nominee. both sides have rights here. and there is a precedence not acting on a nominee in the
also today... mister obama said it would be "difficult" for senate majority leader mitch mcconnell to explain his decision not to consider a nominee without looking like he's motivated by politics. and he argued that republicans risked damaging the ability of any president to appoint judges if they proceed with blocking his supreme court pick. the c-d-c is now investigating new reports of sexual transmission of the zika virus. investigating 14 cases in all, and that several of women. the c-d-c adds the new reports suggest sexual contact may likely be a however, the most likely 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. and the world health organization says up to four million people will be infected in the next year. now to a major verdict
awarding 72 million dollars in damages to a woman's family... after she claimed using talcum powder contributed to her development of ovarian cancer. abc's deborah roberts has the latest script: it is a stunning judgment. the jury blaming giant johnson and johnson for a 62 year old missouri mom's ovarian cancer. sot - danielle mason - what we learned through this trial is that johnson & johnson spent a lot of time keeping this information from the public. this verdict allows other women to make informed choices about the products that they buy. in court documents, jackie fox, said for over 35 years she used the company's shower to shower powder which contains talcum for her personal hygiene nats from old ad - "a sprinkle a day keeps the odor away" the lawsuit linking it to her cancer sot - marvin salter - by no means did she know that this would be a harmful substance fox didn't live to claim her legal victory, she died last october after a two and a half year battle with the disease -- her son, marvin salter, stepped in as plaintiff sot - marvin salter - continuing with this trial was indeed painful, but at the end
wanted// and because of her wishes is why i continue to move forward with it. in a statement to abc news, johnson and johnson said the verdict goes against decades of sound science proving the safety of talc as a cosmetic ingredient in multiple products? the company plans to appeal the verdict...while facing 1200 similar lawsuits around the country deborah roberts, abc news, new york citibank has been ordered to pay 3 million dollars in penalties and provide nearly 11 million dollars in consumer refunds in a settlement over illegal debt sales and debt collection practices. according to the consumer financial protection bureau, the bank illegally sold credit card debt with inflated interest rates and failed to forward consumer payments promptly to debt buyers. move over 'like' button! you've got some competition on facebook. facebook announced today that they're expanding a users' something on their news feeds. the social networking
you wanted to "like" something. if you hover your cursor over the thumbs up button... you can chose from like, love, ha-ha, wow, sad or angry. facebook says it tested the reactions in a few markets last year... and received good reviews. the new options are already available world-wide... whether you're at a desktop or using your mobile devices. you can follow us on facebook at kolo 8 news now.# it's a question you've probably never pondered. how much would it cost to buy one of everything offered on amazon? the answer: nearly 12- point-86 billion dollars. that's according to a computer scientist in zurich who says he does brain-related research. kynan eng first determined there were 479 million different items available on amazon's website in 2015. then he determined the average price of an item was 26-86. there's been no public response from amazon so far on whether he's on the money or not. sports reporter erin andrews civil lawsuit against the nashville
high pressure will bring well above average temperatures through friday for northeast california and western nevada. temperatures will ease down, but remaining above average, for the weekend. it will be breezy friday, with a chance for showers mainly north of interstate 80 friday night and saturday morning. the tranquil weather continues for northeast california and western nevada through thursday night before a modest system brings wind and some showers friday through early saturday. main forecast changes were to raise showers chances well north of i-80 friday night and up winds friday afternoon and evening.
temperatures are expected to jump 6-12 degrees over tuesday for valleys as the already rather mild airmass is scoured out and warmer air aloft mixes into the lower elevations. thursday remains very mild for late february as an upper ridge remains in control. friday and friday night, the ridge weakens with a glancing blow from an upper disturbance moving through extreme northern california and oregon. as the disturbance approaches, winds will kick up friday afternoon and evening. at this time, wind gusts of 30-45 mph will be possible, strongest in the immediate lee of the sierra near the highway 395/interstate 580
could even go a little higher friday evening. temperatures through friday for northeast california and western nevada. temperatures will ease down, but remaining above average, for the weekend. it will be breezy friday, with a chance for showers mainly north adults need to sleep at least seven hours a night. but a new study shows... more than one third of us don't get enough shut-eye. mary moloney explains why you should start getting more sleep now. --reporter pkg-as follows-- start snoozing. people between the ages of 18 and 60 -- need to sleep at least seven hours a night. that's according to two major sleep-related associations. but a national survey by the cdc shows -- more than one-third of us -- sleep less than seven hours. and that's a problem. here's why. research shows the less sleep you get -- the more risk you have for obesity -- diabetes -- heart disease -- and mental illness.
enough shut-eye -- try to stick to a schedule. go to bed and wake up at the same times each day. including weekends. keep your room dark -- turn the thermostat low -- and get rid of electronics. yes -- put that phone away. before bed -- don't eat a big meal -- drink caffeine -- or alcohol. and during the day -- try to exercise. if you do all that and still can't get enough rest -- go to your doctor. there may be another problem that's preventing good sleep. so -- consider this your wake-up call -- to start sleeping more. i'm mary moloney. heart disease is the leading cause of death for people in the united states. while it's well known that healthy behaviors are good for our overall health.. sometimes it can be difficult to make necessary lifestyle changes to boost heart health. experts say eating a healthy diet, exercising, consuming alcohol in moderation, and not smoking are the main keys to preventing heart disease. preventing conditions such as obesity, hypertension and diabetes is a more effective way of avoiding heart disease than using medications to treat them once they've already begun. they also say people who lead busy lives only
week,to boost heart health. cg: dr. christine jellis/cleveland clinic "i always say to my patients, look, even ten minutes a day of moderate exercise, even if that means walking around the block, walking the dog, parking the car a little bit further away from your office, so that you're ensuring you're getting a bit of regular exercise." :14 cleveland clinic cardiologist, doctor christine gel-us jellis says even if you haven't been engaging in the healthiest lifestyle choices, it's never too late to start, as the effects of healthy
now to erin andrews' 75 million dollar the "dancing with the stars" host suing her stalker and the hotel... she says allowed him to book a room next to hers... and secretly record nude video of hole. abc's ryan smith has the script: nats i am happy to report... she's known for reporting from the sidelines? nats i'm erin andrews and is the co-host on abc's dancing with the stars?. but this morning, erin andrews taking on a very personal challenge?.a $75 million dollar courtroom battle against a stalker and a tennessee marriott?.claiming the hotel made it easy for him to film her in the nude. randall kinnard/plaintiff this is so humiliating for her?.and it continues and it's never going to stop the tv star, fighting back tears in a nashville
lawyers described how michael david barrett found her room number? booked the room next door?.then videotaped her changing clothes?. grfx her lawyers saying the hotel failed to notice he "removed and altered the peephole" on her door to do it. randall kinnard/plaintiff he stands there for four-and-a-half minutes and videos her. but the hotel's lawyers, saying barrett pulled a fast one on them?. marc dedman/defense he deceived, he denied, he stalked?. claiming barrett's criminal behavior was his responsibility, not theirs?.adding he filmed andrews in three different hotels over nine months in 2008, "m-o" marc dedman/defense barrett would call a hotel and say he needed to confirm a scott or erin andrews"?hotel would say "we have an erin the videos online?.eventually pleading guilty to stalking in 2010 and sentenced to 30 months in prison. but for andrews, the her core?.revealing as a gma contributor in 2010 erin andrews i would go through the putting my head down, because i felt like everywhere i looked, everybody was looking. even if nobody was looking at me at all
her difficulty in coping erin andrews i would go through the putting my head down, because i felt like everywhere i looked, everybody was looking. even if nobody was looking at me at all ?.but emerging to be a key advocate in strengthening anti- stalking legislation?even telling congress in 2010 erin andrews i had no idea just how serious this crime was until it affected my life. buffalo bills running back lesean mccoy was in philadelphia yesterday... meeting with prosecutors investigating a nightclub fight. the fight happened on super bowl sunday at a nightclub in philadelphia... involving two off-duty police officers who were injured. investigators say it stemmed from a misunderstanding over who owned a 350-dollar bottle of champagne. mccoy's lawyer says his client was sober and did nothing wrong.
record is exactly that. he did nothing wrong. this is a very simple thing. he'd love to talk to you. he'd love to talk to you but i'm not letting him talk to you." the district attorney says he will not rush to a decision about whether to charge anyone. but police have already said the officers involved in the fight will not be disciplined or will not face charges. if mccoy is charged with aggravated assault... the n-f-l's personal conduct policy calls for a minimum six-game suspension without pay. "and the oscar goes to..." those five words keep oscar viewers on the edge of their seats every year. but the process of determining who wins an academy award is not an easy task. as abc's brandi hitt shows us ... the vote- counting is highly involved... and surrounded by intense security. they are the best secret-keepers in hollywood. martha ruiz and brian cullinan are set to
sot -- "the oscar goes to..." 2 ?holding the names of this year's oscar winners. sot -- martha ruiz, pwc tax partner // brandi: "has there ever been a mistake?" martha "no - there hasn't." 2 for 82 years... price- waterhouse-coopers has counted the oscar ballots. nats -- six-thousand-two- hundred-61 sent out to voting members this year? on paper and online. sot -- brian cullinan, pwc southern california market managing partner // "we control everything from the time they go out? indicated with security codes... and those come back to us. we then... have those at inside that "secret, uncisclosed location"... there's a specialized alarm system... and no internet access... where a small team counts all 24 categories -- by hand. sot -- martha ruiz, pwc tax partner // "it's up to brian and to then consolidate everything... make sure we're going through then recounting that. we will stuff the envelope... close it... seal it with the red." 8 those 24 "winning" envelopes -- and a duplicate set -- are then loaded into two briefcases like this one. both are locked in a safe... until oscar sunday when ruiz and cullinan enter their safe code... and take their briefcase. each - then traveling a
oscar red carpet... escorted by l-a-p-d. sot -- brian cullinan, pwc southern california market managing partner // "no matter what happens... at least one of us will get there." 2 sot -- brandi hitt, abc news correspondent // brandi: "do you feel a little bit like 007?" martha: "a little bit." 3 last year -- as a spoof -- they even carried a third briefcase that was used by host -- neil patrick harris. and back stage -- they only hand the envelope to the presenter... seconds before the announcement. sot -- brian cullinan, pwc southern california market managing partner // brandi: "is this the hardest secret to keep?" brian: "it's a big important secret. the reality is... there's a secret we keep forever and that is -- who got second." 7 brandi hitt -- abc news -- los angeles. the oscars will be airing right here on kolo 8 on sunday. the road to gold sparts at 1 p-m. the red carpet pre- show starts at 2. and the oscars will
wind grounds an amusement park ride, flowers bloom in the most unexpected place, and the future is here. jeremy roth has today's must-see footage --reporter pkg-as follows-- take a look at this crazy wind! the ferris wheel at iowa's modern woodmen park is in full swing! the gondolas were being rocked by wind gusts of up to 60 miles per hour. several were damaged, but only one had to be removed.
wasn't carrying passengers! check out these photos of wildflowers blooming in death valley! one of the hottest places on earth -- is experiencing a so-called "superbloom." the perfect mix of rain, sunshine, and wind is causing millions of flowers to bloom. it's the first time in eleven years the area has seen this many flowers. no, arnold is not back. and no, this is not an outtake from 'ex machina.' this is an actual 5-foot-9 robot walking on two legs. boston dynamics showed off their latest "atlas" prototype. it can lift objects... navigate outdoors over rough terrain... and even stand up on its own if it falls down. i'm jeremy roth. lindsey matherly is back with another look at our forecast. high pressure will bring well above average temperatures
friday for northeast california and western nevada. temperatures remaining above weekend. it will be breezy friday, with a chance for showers mainly north night and saturday morning. continues for northeast california and western nevada updates on the stories we covered... head to our webchannel... kolo-t-v-dot-com. ----- hairstyles provided by rumors hair salon. ----- closed captioning provided by st. mary's regional medical center. ----- copyright 2016 -- gray television group, inc.
night's dinner is so over, think again, because we're showing you how to love your leftovers. michael's got the secret to a tasty, cheesy bite that'll have you shouting risott-oh-yeah baby. then, mario's teaming up with a "che viewer to take her leftovers from tired to inspired. plus, "chewer challenge" week continues and clinton is being put to the test in a crazy crafting challenge. get ready to fall in love with your leftovers right now on "the chew." [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. hello, hello, hello. welcome to "the chew." so, i want to tell you a story. it's a little story about a plastic container in the back of your refrigerator that needs some love. it just needs some affection. i'm talking about the humble leftover, yes.