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invasion and police say the suspects are still on the loose. local law enforcement says vehicle burglaries are easy to prevent. becoming a victim. and two dogs were abandoned at a local dog park -- a trend animal control says is becoming more popular in the area. how you can legally surrender an animal. thanks for joining us on good morning reno. i'm amanda sanchez. dave lawrence is off
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temperatures across northeast california and western nevada will be well above average through friday before easing down slightly for the weekend. it will be breezy friday, with a chance for showers mainly north of interstate 80 friday night and early saturday. another weak system is possible sunday night followed by dry conditions to start next week. little change to the forecast through saturday. high pressure will remain over northeast california and western nevada through friday morning before a glancing blow friday night from a modest disturbance moving into the large-scale western ridge. afternoon temperatures will remain very mild through
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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 new this morning... sparks police are looking for two suspects in connection with a car theft. police tell us the incident happened yesterday around 4:30 in the evening at the intersection of greg street and spice island drive after a minor traffic accident. they say a woman reported being hit by another vehicle... a dark green early 1990's chevy or g-m-c s-u-v. according to the woman... when she went to check out the damage a man jumped in the drivers seat of her vehicle... demanded money and then left the scene in her car. the other vehicle involved -- the dark green s-u-v -- also left the scene. police say the first suspect is described as a white man with a bald or shaved head in his 30's. they say he has a tattoo
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head, near his ear -- and full sleeves of tattoos on his arms. the second suspect is described as a white woman in her 30s with blond hair. the stolen vehicle is described as a grey 2000 g-m-c yukon with a u-n-r sticker in the rear window. if you have any information about this theft call the sparks police department or secret witness at 322- 4900. reno police are searching for two men who they say were involved in a home invasion on foster drive, near hunter lake. police are looking for an older, white two door car, that has a black stripe down the driver's side door and a sunroof. police say the two men walked in the home and attacked an elderly man during the burglary. he suffered non-life threatening injuries . but police believe these suspects could be involved with other burglaries. "just due to circumstances that will come out later, we do believe they are armed and dangerous so we ask the community that if you do see this vehicle, contact the authorities. don't approach it
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the suspects are described as either hispanic or light skinned black men. one is six feet tall, with a thin build. the other is described as five foot eight inches tall, with a heavy build and a tattoo on one of his forearms. if you have any information call reno police or secret witness at 322-4900. local officials have reported a string of recent vehicle burglaries in our area. and they say they're easy to avoid -- just remember to lock your car. deputies say unlocked cars in sun valley played a role in some of these recent burglaries. they say thats how ryan brogan and another juvenile broke into at least four cars and, they believe there are more victims. deputies say they rely on residents to report these crimes in order to catch who's responsible. "in this instance, we really
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alerting us to something suspicious in their neighborhood. no matter how small it may have been, something didn't look right to this person and they let us know." deputy jeff mccaskill from the washoe county sheriff's office says you should also never leave valuables in your car, so burglars will be less likely to target you. a local woman found two abandoned dogs at the hidden valley dog park early tuesday morning. the nevada humane society says it's a trend thats becoming more common in our area and they want to remind you that it is illegal. you can face fines or even jail time for abandoning your animal. remember there are resources available to help you properly surrender a pet you can no longer care for. if they do have to relinquish their pets to the humane society, we do do it by appointments just so we can get as much information about
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give the person going through this difficult situation, the time they deserve to get one on one time with our counselors jessica branton with the nevada humane society says the dogs were in danger being left at a park frequented by coyotes at night. there's a 25-dollar charge to surrender an animal, but they will work with you if you can't afford the fee. it's debate night for the republicans -- the first since the nevada caucuses...the final before super tuesday. this morning, gop frontrunner donald trump is in a new battle... a supposed bombshell hiding in his tax returns. abc's kenneth moton has more. script: nat trump entrance hours before severe weather ripped through virginia overnight, donald trump was on the ground rallying supporters, talking running mates.
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political because i want to get lots of great legislation that we all want passed" trump was a no show for a republican town hall on fox news...hosted by megyn kelly who had a very public feud with the gop frontrunner. the candidates lined up as they work to take down trump. sot marco rubio we won't allow the conservative movement to be defined by a nominee who isn't a conservatives all 4 republicans promised to release their tax returns this week? after mitt romney called on them to do so. the 2012 gop nominee even said he believes there's a 'bombshell' in trump's taxes. sot mitt romney phoner when people decide that they don't want to give you their taxes, it's usually because there's something they don't want you to see trump went on the attack. the billionaire tweeted "mitt romney,who totally blew an election that should have been won and whose tax returns
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now playing tough guy" sot hillary clinton 15:44:04 well hello ladies of alpha kappa alpha! fewer fireworks on the democratic side. hillary clinton made her case to the sisters of aka ahead of saturday's south carolina we're taking a closer look at the new lessons learned -- and, what the future of nevada's caucuses, could be. kolo 8 news now's ed pearce has more. ask officials from either party and you'll hear something along the lines of "well, we pulled it off." that's a fair statement from their point of view because for all the stories of long lines, running out of ballots at a few locations, the usual confusion, they did pull it off. and republicans could point to a record turnout. more people, in fact, voted for donald trump last night than attended four years ago. democrats registered thousands and both parties updated their mailing lists and identified their most but was it enough? from the moment harry reid convinced the national democratic party to bestow an early spot on the calendar to a nevada caucus and republicans followed suit,
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challenge. unlike iowa, we'd never done a caucus on this scale, one that mattered nationally before. if you talked with iowans back then, as i did, they would have told you we probably weren't up to the task. after three tries it's fair to ask if they weren't right. turnout is still low. confusion and frustration continue. those problems could be addressed with a primary, but though we've flirted with the idea, our lawmakers have been reluctant. if we want the national attention to continue and it's likely we do, we may have to take another look at that alternative. because with reid and his influence exiting the scene. a caucus culture in nevada still a the national parties could be taking a long hard look at our early spot on the calendar. and it's not hard to conclude it's at risk. ed pearce kolo 8 news now. from the deep south to the northeast... and it's not hard to conclude it's at risk. ed pearce kolo 8 news now. from the deep south to
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from the deep south to the northeast... violent and deadly tornadoes have ripped thorugh several towns. we have a look at the aftermath. coming up, lindsey matherly will have your complete forecast. that's next on kolo 8 news now. "you're watching kolo 8 news now good morning reno with dave lawrence, amanda sanchez and lindsey matherly
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temperatmalibu california. around 300 kids are being evacuated from camp bloomfield and camp salome - a camp nearby. it has already scorched 2o acres. temperatures across northeast california and western nevada will be well above average through friday before
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for the weekend. it will be breezy friday, with a chance for showers mainly north of interstate 80 friday night and early saturday. another weak system is possible sunday night followed by dry conditions to start next week. little change to the forecast through saturday. high pressure will remain over northeast california and western nevada through friday morning before a glancing blow friday night from a modest disturbance moving into the large-scale western ridge. afternoon temperatures will remain very mild through friday, with highs in the mid to upper 60s for the lower valleys today followed by a few lower 70s for friday afternoon. friday afternoon and evening, it will become breezy as the upper disturbance moves over
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do not look overly strong but could gusts to 30 or 35 mph for many areas with local gusts 40-50 mph in wind prone areas in the lee of the sierra, especially friday evening as the trough axis nears. lake tahoe will certainly develop chop breezy as the upper disturbance moves over far northern california and oregon. winds do not look overly strong but could gusts to 30 or 35 mph for many areas with local gusts 40-50 mph in wind prone areas in the lee of the sierra, especially friday evening as the trough axis nears. lake tahoe will certainly develop chop by late friday afternoon or early
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advisory is possible. a horrific scene is playing out across several states. deadly tornadoes and dangerous weather from the carolinas to the northeast. and if that's not enough, blizzard conditions are moving in -- more than a thousand flights have been canceled coast to coast. abc's linzie janis reports. script: tonight - those deadly storms - barreling up the east coast. nats a suspected tornado striking waverly virginia...shredding homes and leaving at least three dead. in the last 24 hours a least 3 dozen tornadoes hitting the gulf coast. nats-siren many striking at night as people slept... nats ... youtube in pensacola florida - campbell gares and his girlfriend making to their driveway riding out the tornado inside his pick up truck ... more nats screaming "it sounded like freight train" the ef-3 tornado?packing 155
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more than a hundred homes here ... sot sheriff david morgan escambia county, florida these people didn't have very much time to react at all? sheriff: very little, very little. including these apartments bridge 074258 // look at this, the entire second floor of this apartment complex ripped off. you can see right into people's living rooms. nats-rv park tornado 0009 holy cow look at that thing twisters claiming the lives of a least three others... including two at this louisiana rv and her family were huddling together. sot ashley east what were you thinking? just god let us be ok, let us get through this. looklive tag linzie janis / pensacola, florida the tornado ripped through this neighborhood destroying this home, but you can see a stack of books still sitting on top of the piano and this refrigerator still standing. the biggest little city will be seeing a lot more tourists in the future... looklive tag linzie janis / pensacola, florida the tornado ripped through this neighborhood destroying this home, but you can see a stack of books still sitting on top of the piano and this refrigerator still standing. the biggest little city of books still sitting on top of the
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the biggest little city will be seeing a lot more tourists in the future... what experts say is drawing lots of people to our area. and here's a look at today's pump patrol. according to gasbuddy.com you will pay .....1-99 at smith's on south meadows parkway, at 7-eleven on south virginia and at hi- point on yori avenue. we have a link to the cheapest prices in your neighborhood on our kolo 8 app or at kolotv.com. remember... prices are subject to change. reno is reportedly one
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reno is reportedly one of the hottest up-and- coming vacation destinations, according to thrill-list dot com. they say reno is one of eight u-s cities expected to see big visitor numbers in the coming years. kolo 8 news nows chris buckley has more. according to thrillist, reno is one of eight u-s cities listed as an up and coming travel destination... and recent visitors numbers are up. "we're seeing a lot more and especailly havig the fantastic winter we're having we're getting a lot of traction and having people in from all over the country for the skiing." taxable room revenues are up 14 percent and average room rates are up ten percent...and that trend is expected to continue. "the thrilist mention we just got
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viewers a month and they're comparing us to cities like boulder and they talked to orbitz, talked to travel experts people who run the airline app hopper." reno saw the seventh- highest increase in demand for flights last year. the thrillist article mentions the areas craft brewery movement as a draw.. and tourism officials add to that the area's art movement "the nevada museuem of arts tahoe exhibit brought in a tremendous amount of people from out of state so that was good for our region and good to tremendous amount of people from out of state so that was good for our region and good to expose us to a whole new segment of people." and the midtown district. "midtown is getting a lot of attention the feel is its a cool, unique, authentic vibe and the younger generations, millenials and gen-xers really are enjoying that." that was chris buckley reporting. the r-s-c-v-a is working with an integrated marketing firm to craft a new campaign aimed at promoting tourism in with an integrated marketing firm to craft a new campaign aimed at promoting tourism in that was chris buckley reporting. the r-s-c-v-a is working with an integrated marketing firm to craft a new campaign aimed at
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and western nevada will be well above average through friday before easing down slightly for the weekend. it will be breezy friday, with a chance for showers mainly north of interstate 80 friday night and early saturday. another weak system is possible sunday night followed by dry conditions to start next week. little change to the
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a lot of us are looking for ways to save money these days. thats why we have some tips on how you can save on something we spend money on the most...food. according to money talk news one easy way to save is skipping the single serving size portions of food. individual sized chips, individual containers of yogurt or even single servings of string cheese cost more. opt for the bigger portions and break them down yourself. buy the big bag of chips and cut down a big block of cheese yourelf. and don't hesitate to use coupons. if you combine coupons with items that are on sale, you can get some if you combine coupons with items that are on sale, you can get some things for practically free. you can also save less
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how to cook. this way you can avoid overpriced, processed foods that usually don't last as long as fresh ingredients. and for those fresh ingredients, make the most of your freezer. berrie are dirt cheap in the spring and hold up well in the freezer. or stock up on bread during a sale and it's as good as new when you're ready to use it. another tip on spending less is eating before you shop for groceries. shopping on an empty stomach can make you fill your cart with a bunch of stuff you don't need. and finally buy generic. generics are often cheaper and just as
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thanks for joining us here on good morning reno. i'm amanda sanchez. it's time ... dave lawrence is off, lindsey matherly joins me. temperatures across northeast california and western nevada will be well above average through friday before easing down slightly for the weekend. it will be breezy friday, with a chance for showers mainly north of interstate 80 friday night and early saturday. another weak system is possible sunday night followed
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nominee to replace the scalia. a potential nominee is rumored to be governor brian harry reid the senate minority leader.. says he nomination.. "you know i don't- i don't pick the justices. but i know if he were picked, i would support the man. he's a good person, he has a great record, and he's been a tremendously good governor in spite of having to deal with some very big problems there." sandoval... nevada's first hispanic governor and a supporter of abortion rights... could test the gop's insistence that voters in november and the next president should appoint scalia's replacement. senate majority leader mitch mcconnell... says regardless of president obama's nominee.. the next president will decide who should be nominated to replace scalia. president obama has signed a bill that closes a loophole in an 85- year-old tariff law that has failed to keep products of forced or child labor out of america. the measure includes a provision banning u.s. imports of fish caught
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asia.... gold mined by children in africa and garments sewn by abused women in bangladesh. a warning this morning for all of you who use e-cigarettes. a kentucky man is recovering from severe burns after his e- cigarette exploded in his pocket. jonathan mcember reports. --reporter pkg-as follows-- it's a constant flow, customers come and customers go, its like that all day long at the new hartford road shell gas station. the employees say the constant stream of traffic never brings anything out of the ordinary. that's until, saturday morning. this is surveillance video given to us by the gas station owner. owensboro resident josh hamilton is seen making a quick stop to buy snacks. as hamilton walks over to the cashier jassie singh, to pay, hamilton says an e-cigarette battery in his pocket explodes. "he was giving me money. he
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suddenly there was a blast in his pocket. there was fire. big fire and he was burning." "i was shocked! i was like what was that? you have a bomb in your pocket? i was like that! you carry your bomb in your pocket? i was totally shocked and just like this my hands were on my head." hamilton runs outside the door, past employee manoj kumar, where he struggles to get his burning pants off. singh put his hand in his pocket and suddenly there was a blast in his pocket. there was fire. big fire and he was burning." "i was shocked! i was like what was that? you have a bomb in your pocket? i was like that! you carry your bomb in your pocket? i was totally shocked and just like this my hands were on my head." hamilton runs outside the door, past employee manoj kumar, where he struggles to get his burning pants off. singh says he wasn't sure what was going on when he saw hamilton on fire. he's seen in the video coming out from behind the counter where he sprays hamilton with a fire extinguisher. "i was like?what is going on man? i don't know." hamilton is then seen going into the restroom to check out the burns just before another customer drove him to the hospital. hamilton tells me he has second degree burns on his leg and is able to walk. check out what happened in the check out what happened in the backyard of one florida home yesterday. a plane had to make an emergency landing there before it could reach the airport. there are no reports of injuries. but the single-engine plane's wing was damaged.
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ammon bundy... and 15 others charged with conspiracy in connection with that armed takeover of the malheur national wildlife refuge in oregon... plead not guilty in a federal court yesterday. kaitlyn bolduc has more on why this case is unprecedented. --script information provided by kptv 2/24/16-- on the steps of the federal courthouse - the sharp family - sings to inspire supporters of the 16 defendants inside. among them - 18 year old victoria sharp - who says she was with ammon bundy and the others the day they were taken into custody on highway 395. her mother spoke out on her behalf. "these people are standing for something righteous for godliness, for our constituion." inside of the federal courtroom - ammon bundy - and the group of 15 others - pleaded not guilty to a federal conspiracy charge in connection to the armed takeoveve of the malheur national wildlife refuge. us district judge anna brown stressed that they are all innocent until proven guilty - as she read them their rights. but some among the group stood up and told brown they felt they were being treated like convicts - while they remain behind bars. "to be held this period of time,
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presented in defenses wrong." "i think they should be put on the government's investigation at the - which means tomorrow - defense lawyers will get their first look at the scene ammon bundy's he should be there marshalls to point out significant evidence in the case - but judge brown did not grant their request. "when i have out of custody client bring them places with me they're essential to legal team. info in real time is vital to doing our job to represent someone." defense attorneys also fought to gain access to evidence fbi agents already removed from the refuge. judge brown put pressure on the government to have some 3 to 500 pages of evidence turned over to all the defense teams by brown did not grant their request. "when i have out of custody client bring them places with me they're essential to legal team. info in real time is vital to doing our job to represent someone." defense attorneys also fought to gain access to evidence fbi agents already removed from the refuge. judge brown put pressure on the government to have some 3 to 500 pages of evidence turned over to all the defense teams by
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drones are becoming more and more popular. but-- ?do you know what makes them fly? we'll tell you about a new course, that'll teach you about the in's and out's of drones. a new sportsbar is coming to downtown reno...how it's offering it's customers an experience unlike any sports bar you have ever been to. "you're watching kolo 8 news now good morning reno with dave lawrence, amanda sanchez and lindsey matherly with your hour by hour forecast" a special program is giving wounded veterans the chance to hit the slopes around lake tahoe.
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them on the mouaccording to a new study... people who keep their minds active may be able to keep alzheimer's symptoms at bay in later years. the study compared two groups of people aged seventy and older.. with differing levels of education.. some who kept mentally active.. and some who did not.
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that highly educated people who stayed mentally active in their younger years had lower levels of the proteins linked to alzheimer's disease. this is according to doctor pilleye at cleveland clinic's center for brain health. while pillai did not take part in the study.. he says it shows a connection between cognitive activity and the changes that happen in the brain as a we age. "so what you're doing in your fifties or sixties is impacting your brain health even up to your seventies and eighties and that's the strong result that's coming out of this study." the participants who recorded the lower protein levels regularly took part in reading books or magazines and playing computer games. however... these results only seemed to have a positive effect on those who carried a gene that is linked to alzheimer's disease. in people who did not carry the 'alzheimer's gene' the results showed no substantial difference.
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and western nevada will be well above average through friday before easing down slightly for the weekend. it will be breezy friday, with a chance for showers mainly north of interstate 80 friday night and early saturday. another weak system is possible sunday night followed by dry conditions to start next week.
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saturday. high pressure will remain over northeast california and western nevada through friday morning before a glancing blow friday night from a modest disturbance moving into the large-scale western ridge. afternoon temperatures will remain very mild through friday, with highs in the
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lower valleys today followed by a few lower 70s for friday afternoon. friday afternoon and evening, it will become breezy as the upper disturbance moves over far northern california some analysts predict the drone business... could be an 80-billion dollar industry by 20-25. to help students learn the basics of the drone industry t-m-c-c has moved its drone courses into a new lab at the applied technology center on edison way. students learn drone ethics... how to fix them and how to fly them. the college's goal is to prepare students to be
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field that has some analysts projecting one hundred thousand jobs by 20-25. trt:11 mark sharp, instructor, tmcc, "perform precision measurements over mines, inside buildings, all types of things. what we are gearing them for is to perform actual jobs for the northern nevada community. t-m-c-c needs students for its drone courses. the next course, is scheduled to start march 29th.. and the college needs a minimum of ten students to host the class. if you'd like more information on the drone program, go to kolo tv dot com, and click on hot topics. a new sports bar is getting ready to open in downtown reno ... and they're looking to offer a different kind of experience for sports fans. as kolo 8 news now's matt vaughan shows us in this week's keeping it local ... this isn't your typical sports bar. i'm here at the stick ... which is located near the corner of first and
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and as you can see ... this spot has more of a lounge and restaurant feel. something that also stands out is the special tribute to bay area sports teams. ... for more than five decades candlestick park stood as the ultimate hub for bay area sports in northern california. but just like any professional athlete ... the stadium's time in the limelight would fade. "the stick no longer being there, we felt it was nice to do a little tribute to that." when you walk into the stick ... you'll be able to recognize some of the most iconic moments in sports displayed on the along with a special nod to bay area teams like the niners ... giants and warriors.
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about every sporting event that's happening throughout the day. "we'll have football sunday ticket, we'll have the mlb package, nba and nhl. and then any big ufc events that are coming." and don't expect to see your standard pub fare ... the stick will offer a more upscale menu with items like steak, seafood and pasta. they'll also serve some familiar sports bar favorites ... but with a twist. "we wanted to be able to separate ourselves from that stereotype of pub fare, sports bar food, and really offer high quality, fresh." the stick will be non- smoking and non-gaming. towell says he wants to keep the focus on the food and the sports ... while creating a fun atmosphere for all ages. "be able to bring in the high energy, the excitement factor, and family friendly. just get everybody excited to be in one place." the stick will be open monday through friday starting at 11 each day ... and on the weekends they'll start the day off starting at 11 each day ... and on the weekends they'll start the day off with brunch at 9 a-m. their grand opening is next saturday. reporting live from the stick in downtown reno ... matt vaughan, kolo 8 news now. laughs... music... and even domw dodgeball... that's all coming up in your 8 things to do for news while you're on the move, listen to our news partner news-talk 780 koh maybe you're looking
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just want to spend some quality time with your kids.... kolo 8 news now's rebecca kitchen is here with your 8 things to do... good morning amanda... we have a lot of big names coming to the area this weekend... so it could be a great time for a date night... ... first up it''s a day for dads to spend time with their daughters n
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dance features a full day of lunch, treats and of course a dance at piper's opera house. get your tickets now.. the event is this saturday i the annual jack t. reveal-i-o reviglio cioppino feed will help raise money for kids in our community... the feed and auction is saturday at the boys & girls club of the truckee meadows 9th street location. if you an dodge a ball.. you can help raise money for charity. the 5th annual dodge, duck, dip, dive and dodge for lila will help raise money for three loal girls with cerebral palsy... teams of 6 to 8 people still have time to register.. or just come and enjoy the fun,,,,the fundraiser is this saturday at the northern nevada juniors volleyball. country star chase bryant will be at the cargo concernt hall. you can see him tomorrow starting at 7. and if you're looking for some laughs comedian chris kattan is stopping by the laugh factory in the silver legacy... his show is tonight through saturday. more laughs are coming to reno. comedian brian regan is making an apperane at the grand
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rock guitarist joe satriani.. will also be at the grand sierra.. his show is saturday night. and finally cheech and chong are back in reno.. their show is saturday night at the silver legacy. those are your 8 things to do and you can always find more ideas by heading to kolo tv dot com and clicking on kolo cares. dave and amanda we'll be right back.. good morning, coming up on gma, an abc news exclusive: that battle good morning, coming up on gma, an abc news exclusive: that battle between apple and the
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let's check in with "mike keeton" from the "koh radio" traffic center. how's it looking so far?
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no major delays on reno area highways. no major delays on highways in northern california. back to you in the studio. thanks very much mike. here's a look at today's top stories.... sparks police are investigating an alleged car theft. incident happened yesterday evening around 4:30 at the intersection of greg street and spice island drive after a minor traffic accident. police say say a woman reported being hit by another vehicle... a dark green early 1990's chevy or g-m-c s-u-v. according to the woman... when she went to check out the damage a man jumped in the drivers seat of her vehicle... demanded money and then left the scene in her car. washoe county deputies are in part saying that unlocked cars in sun valley helped play a role in some recent
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brogan and another juvenile were able to get into at least four cars and deputies believe there are even more victims. some advice... never leave valuables in your car.. that burglars will be more likely to target. reno police are searching for two men who they say were involved in a home invasion. police say the two men walked in a home on foster drive, near hunter lake and attacked an elderly man during the burglary. he suffered non-life threatening injuries . police are looking for an older.. white two door car.. with a black stripe on the driver's side door and a sunroof. here's lindsey with your final check of the forecast. temperatures across northeast california and western nevada will be well above average
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for the weekend. it will be breezy friday, with a chance for showers mainly north of interstate 80 friday night and early saturday. another weak system is possible sunday night followed dry conditions to start next week. little change to the forecast through will remain over northeast california and western nevada through friday glancing blow friday night from a modest disturbance moving into the large-scale western ridge. afternoon temperatures will remain very mild through friday, with highs in the mid to upper 60s for the lower valleys today followed by a few amazing photos of the entire milky way galaxy. experts say they gathered data with a powerful telescope in chile for these images. they show light at sub- millimeter wavelengths -- between infrared and radio waves -- to create an image of the full area of the galactic
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hemisphere. it's the sharpest map of the milky way made to date.
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in america this m good morning, america.
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texas to virginia. at least eight dead as the outbreak rips apart homes. winds hit 83 miles an hour and a coast guard ship overturns trying to rescue a fishing boat. and a blizzard slams the midwest overnight. last chance, marco rubio and trump's momentum ahead of tonight's big debate. >> if the donald wins the general election, who the heck knows what he'd do as president. >> as mitt romney goes after trump hinting a bombshell may be coming. about the gop frontrunner's taxes. abc news exclusive, david muir one-on-one with tim cook, the apple ceo answers questions for the first time about why he won't help the fbi break into the san bernardino shooter's phone. >> this case is not about the phone. this case is about the future. >> his message for victims' families and this morning, new reports isis supporters may be threatening facebook's mark zuckerberg. and charge. the elephants caught on camera heading straight for a u.s.

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