tv Channel 2 News 11PM CBS February 9, 2016 11:00pm-11:40pm PST
good evening. well, the votes have been counted and the results are first-in-the-nation primary. donald trump and bernie sanders won clear.. early.. and decisive victories in the granite state tonight. danielle nottingham has the latest on from manchester, new hampshire. cbs news is projecting donald trump is the winner of new hampshire's republican presidential primary. "new hampshire i want to thank you. we love you, we're gonna you." exit poll data showed that nearly half of republican voters wanted a political "outsider." he's a little different from everyone else. he's not a politician for one john kasich's intensive ground game paid off...with cbs news projecting a second place finish for the ohio governor "tonight the light overcame the darkness of negative campaigning." trump won with broad support from independent voters. independents were also key for the democratic winner. cbs news is projecting democrat
significant victory over hillary clinton. "we won, because we harnessed the energy and excitement that the democratic party needs to succeed in november." clinton conceded the loss, but said she's in it for the long haul. "we are going to fight for every vote in every state." the next contests take place february 20th with the democratic caucus in nevada and the gop primary in south carolina. danielle nottingham, cbs news, manchester, new hampshire. with the nevada caucuses less than two weeks away, local groups are offering classes for voters to familiarize themselves with how the process works. amanda ketchledge is live in the newsroom after visiting both parties and their training sessions. amanda-- both the democrats and republicans in washoe county are doing what they can to make sure their supporters know when the caucuses happen, and how they
on caucus day, voters will head to their nearest precinct site where they will meet other members of the community before casting their vote. pam dupre, washoe county democratic party: "this is how we decide in the state of nevada who we want to see on the ballot come november." the two parties operate their caucuses differently though. for democrats, voters will gather at public places and declare their support for a candidate. as for republicans, they too will gather three days, but will be casting a secret ballot that will be added up statewide. adam khan, washoe county republican party: "it allows people to not just cast their ballot and go home. it allows them to go in and really engage in the process, ask their neighbors, see what they think." at the washoe county gop headquarters, participants like kime king are learning about the process. kime king, reno: "it's good to get the training because it's so chaotic when you get to the caucus, that sometimes you get confused, or maybe you won't. not everyone does. but it's nice to know what's going on before you get there and get that refresher." democrats are simulating the caucus process to get volunteers ready to run their local precinct caucus on the actual day.
really is grassroots, talk to people, understand points and issues and be able to ask questions. argue, discuss. and then decide." for those wanting to participate, you must be registered as a member of a party. democrats have same day registration, while the republicans require voters to register by february 13th. john pettengill, reno: "just everybody participate. whether you're republican, democrat, independent, just come out and play. it's so much fun." to find out how you can get involved with the democrats or republicans for caucus training, just head to our website and click on the blue newslinks tab. the democrats will caucus on february 20th, while the republicans are scheduled for february 23rd. covering campaign 2016, amanda ketchledge, channel 2 news. also in campaign 2016... democratic presidential candidate bernie sanders will reportedly visit reno this weekend. "acting in community together in organizing northern nevada" -- or actionn -- says sanders will
real problems" summit at the university of nevada's jot travis buidling starting at 8:30 a-m saturday. organizers say the event is almost full - but they still have a few spots open. and republican presidential candidate carly fiorina will be visting northern nevada next week. fiorina will be speaking at the 2nd flood ballroom of the atlantis - a week from tomorrow - for an event being organized by the washoe republican women. doors open at 11 a-m... and the event begins at 11:45. the event costs 25 dollars for washoe republican women members and 30 for non-members - if you register by friday. for links to more information on either of these events, head to k-t-v-n dot com and click the blue "news links" button. the nevada democratic party has unveiled a spanish-language version of its website to try to reach more members of the latino community ahead of the caucus. pam dupre/executive director, washoedems: "we are really the bellwether for the western united states as well as
united states." the website is designed to help spanish-speaking voters get information about the upcoming nevada caucus. to check it out, we've set up a link for you on k-t-v-n dot com. and with less than two weeks to go before nevada's caucuses... you can stay with channel 2 news on the air... online and on facebook and twitter for campaign 2016 continuing coverage. "now here's mike alger's first look at the pinpoint 2 forecast" while variable amounts of cloudiness will break over the strong high pressure ridge that is planted over the west coast, said ridge will also result in dry conditions and very warm temperatures throughout the rest of the week. highs will climb into the mid-60s wednesday and stay there until the weekend, where they will fall only slightly into the low
come along until mid to late next week. while variable amounts of cloudiness will break over the strong high pressure ridge that is planted over the west coast, said ridge will also result in dry conditions and very warm temperatures throughout the rest of the week. highs will climb precipitation doesn't come along until mid to late next week. new tonight at 11... some sad news out of pyramid lake, where
found today. 26-year-old michael anthony beaton was reported missing yesterday after taking a canoe out on the lake. his vehicle was found at popcorn beach... where multiple units, including the raven helicopter performed an unsuccessful search for beaton last night. crews resumed the search this morning, and found beaton's body in the lake near anahoe island. he was pronounced dead on scene. beaton was an active duty member of the united states air force. his last known address was in las vegas. turning to the crime beat... lockdowns were issued for three schools in stead for a few hours today -- while police searched for someone suspected of stealing a vehicle in the area. police tried to stop the vehicle near stead boulevard late this morning, but the driver took off. officers eventually found the vehicle near mt. baldy, but the suspect had already left the scene... police with the help of raven helicopter searched for him but called off the search after 1 p- m. investigators have not released a description of the
if you know anything that can secret witness. and the washoe county school district says a handgun was confiscated on the spanish springs high school campus today. the school's prinicpal sent out a voicemail alerting parents about what happened and saying police are still investigating. she also encouraged parents and students to report suspicious activity to school secret witness at 3-2-9 66-66. coming up - a setback to president obama's efforts to
story, in just 55 seconds. today the supreme court agreed in a surprising move to halt enforcement of president obama's sweeping plan to address climate change. the 'clean power plan'... which is meant reduce carbon dioxide emissions at existing power plants by about a third by 2030 - is now on hold until after legal challenges are resolved. the plan has been criticized by republicans, who call it "unlawful". more than two-dozen
lawsuit to challenge the clean power plan. a federal appeals court will hold a hearing on that suit in june. but for now, the clean power plan cannot be enforced while the rule is legally challenged. today president obama submitted his final annual budget proposal to congress. the budget for fiscal year 2017 -- which starts on october first.. just three and a half months before he leaves office -- would top 4 trillion dollars. that would be spent on a number of initiatives - including the launch of a new war on cancer.. combating global warming.. and fighting growing threats from isis terrorists. "the budget that we're releasing today reflects my priorities and the priorities that i believe will help advance security and prosperity in america for many years to come." the budget would increase taxes by more than what the president sought and failed to achieve in last year's budget proposal. the
fire from the g-o-p controlled congress. and flint, michigan mayor karen weaver is no longer politely asking for new pipes in flint. she's demanding them outright... whether governor snyder is on board or not. weaver: "we have to get new pipes and i can not imagine that he would not support this plan because if he doesn't shame on him." her "fast start" plan will cost a projected 55 million dollars. it is designed to remove and replace flint's residential lead service lines as quickly as possible. households with a high risk of lead exposure will get top priority. the mayor does need the financial support of the governor. governor snyder is expected to present a budget plan for fiscal year 2016-2017 to the legislature tomorrow. it appears to be a showdown between the u-s department of justice and the city of ferguson. the u-s department of justice says the ferguson city council has created an "unnecessary delay" in efforts to reform its police and court systems.
unanimously to add several changes to a proposed settlement with the department - that was reached after seven months of negotiations. some of the changes seek to reduce the city's cost of implementing the consent decree. if the justice department doesn't go along with the changes.. a civil rights lawsuit is possible. mike will have a look at your forecast after the break.... prices at the pump are lower than they've been in years. just why is that... and how does nevada stack up compared to the rest of the country? we'll show you, after the break. "this is channel 2 news at 11, northern nevada's number one newscast, with arianna bennett, landon miller, sports with
they're one of the wall street banks that triggered the financial meltdown -- goldman sachs. just settled with authorities for their part in the crisis that put seven million out of work and millions out of their homes. how does wall street get away with it? millions in campaign contributions and speaking fees. our economy works for wall street because it's rigged by wall street. and that's the problem. as long as washington is bought and paid for, we can't build an economy that works for people. sanders: i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. prices at the pump. gas prices are the lowest we've seen since 2004... and a lot of that has to do with a major
production. there's more american oil on the market now than we've seen in years... and it's causing a price drop all around the world. the national average right now is
$1.72 per gallon. in nevada... the average is $2.18... but we found a gas station in carson city where prices were well under two dollars a gallon today. you may notice prices are higher in washoe county... that is because of different taxes charged on gas. federal officials do predict that we could see prices below two dollars a gallon for all of 2016. "channel 2 news continues with chief meteorologist mike alger's pinpoint 2 forecast, broadcast certified by the american meteorological society!" while variable amounts of cloudiness will break over the
is planted over the west coast, said ridge will also result in dry conditions and very warm temperatures throughout the rest of the week. highs will climb into the mid-60s wednesday and stay there until the weekend, where they will fall only slightly into the low 60s. at this point, the next chance of precipitation doesn't come
while variable amounts of cloudiness will break over the strong high pressure ridge that is planted over the west coast, said ridge will also result in dry conditions and very warm temperatures throughout the rest of the week. highs will climb into the mid-60s wednesday and stay there until the weekend, where they will fall only slightly into the low 60s. while variable amounts of cloudiness will break over the strong high pressure ridge that is planted over the west coast, said ridge will also result in dry conditions and very warm temperatures throughout the rest of the week. highs will climb into the mid-60s wednesday and stay there until the weekend, where they will
60s. at this point, the next while variable amounts of cloudiness will break over the strong high pressure ridge that is planted over the west coast, said ridge will also result in dry conditions and very warm temperatures throughout the rest of the week. highs will climb into the mid-60s wednesday and stay there until the weekend, where they will fall only slightly into the low 60s. at this point, the next chance of precipitation doesn't come
week. thanks mike. it's been years in the making... but construction is moving along on phase 2 of the southeast connector project. we'll show you the progress, after the break. we all have goals. and now, there's a smarter way to save for them. with the u.s. bank start smart savings program , when you save $500 in one year, you'll get an extra $50. plus, you'll get a 1 percent bonus up to $50
tonight in cone zone... after years of planning and litigation -- construction of the southeast connector is moving full-speed ahead. phase 1 was completed in july of 20-14 -- but the permitting process delayed
phase 2. let's show you where the project is happening... the southeast connector will extend veterans parkway in south reno -- stretching 5-and-a-half miles from south meadows parkway to greg street. construction crews are now working on a 2- mile stretch on the rosewood
as many as 250 people will be on the job during the summer months. right now, about 100 people are working on phase 2. the project includes the construction of five bridges -- along with two that have already been built. the road is expected to open in late 20-17. garth "a lot of earth work, a lot of environmental care is being done and then we do have two winters within that time period, that obviously, we have to slow down a little bit for what we're doing with construction." crews have already removed 3.8 million pounds of trash and nearly 470 million pounds of invasive weeds and contaminated soil. officials say the project will create an 80-acre wetland complex that will help the flows and quality in the steamboat ditch. the public is invited to an open house about the southeast connector. it will be held at the best western airport plaza hotel, from 11-7 this thursday. dallas: the nevada wolf pack return here to lawlor events center tomorrow night to face
"now, here's sports director garrett dearborn, with channel 2 sports" just a week left in the high school basketball regular season and with that, many teams are jockeying for playoff spots...all the scores reported tonight are on the ticker. one of those teams hoping to hold on to a post season berth is the reed boys. they came into the night with the high desert 4- spot, a game up on north valleys.....but the raiders were at desert top dog reno. who only hold a 1 game lead over spanish springs in the h-d-l.... 1. early on... huskies are actually down 2... brecken hicks fights for the offensive rebound... and he will get the putback plus the foul... he would make the free throw... reno up 1... 2. the raiders though were tough in this one... as they push the
catch and shoot and nail the three... in the end...though the huskies showed why they are number 1 with a 68-51 win... but with north valleys lost so reed clinches the final high desert league playoff birth. - the reno girls continued their domination of the high desert league... 1. huskies up 22.... kaitlynn biassou pushes the tempo... all the way to the hoop and she drops it in with the right hand to extend the huskies lead... 2. moments later off the steal.. its daranda hinkey spotting up from downtown.. and she drains the three... she had 17... reno goes on to win by 50... 83-33 and basketball, where the focus is now on air force. dallas colodny has more. the nevada wolf pack mens basketball team is looking to rebound from last weekends 9 point loss to colorado state their next game will be right here at lawlor events center they will host the air force academy... the last time the pack played the
"i think we have just been getting ready for air force has been our main theme, is doing some of the things we did well when we played on the road against air force and then also anticipating the changes they made. in the last couple games they are playing really good basketball...
every game takes on its own identity. so we got our work cut out for us. momentum we have to worry about 1 game at a time. we are 5-5, playing better basketball than most people expected. weathered injuries, weathered a guy quiting. we have to worry about winning between 7-9o'clock on wednesday." so it will be the wolf pack and the falcons right here tomorrow night tip off set for 7pm. dallas colodny channel 2 sports. it may only be february, but the wolf pack baseball team is
bruce era and the team had media day today. while it was an off-season of change the mountain west champs do return the reigning conference player of the year, trenton brooks and the pitcher of the year mcqueen grad christian stolo... "there again i think they are trying to learn the system, we are trying to learn them and i think we accomplished that." "i'm really excited, been counting down the days, we have been working hard we turned this program around and i am excited to get my senior year going." "i think we are looking good and i am excited to get the season going, we have a lot of strenghts and i think that will play out." nevada opens the season in arizona with a double header friday. the super bowl champs got their parade today....tens of thousands of people in denver celebrated their broncos win over the carolina panthers. a free concert began at civic center park this morning
mike has a last look at your forecast-- while variable amounts of cloudiness will break over the strong high pressure ridge that is planted over the west coast, said ridge will also result in dry conditions and very warm temperatures throughout the rest of the week. highs will climb into the mid-60s wednesday and stay there until the weekend, where they will fall only slightly into the low 60s. at this point, the next chance of precipitation doesn't come along until mid to late next week.
thanks so much. thanks, everybody. qshwelcome to "the late show"." i'm your host, stephen colbert. it's mardi gras. that means fat tuesday, right? >> jon: that's right. >> stephen: or as it's known in america, tuesday. of course, mardi gras, the last day before the beginning of lent, so catholics like me have a religious obligation to eat and then drink and then plead for god's morsi on "my mouth feels like it's full of ash wednesday." now, jon, you're from new orleans, right? "nawleons," right? am i pronouncing that correctly? >> jon: you got to work on that one. >> stephen: what's the right way to say it? >> jon: new orleans. >> stephen: what do i need to know about mardi gras? what are some of the traditions
traditions from mardi gras that i need to know about? >> jon: we like the second line. >> stephen: was the second line what you all were playing. give me a second line beat. what's a second line beat. >> jon: can you do it? ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: honestly, shouldn't i have a big turkey feather headdress or something like that, stripped to the waist. >> jon: that's another holiday. >> stephen: i don't know. you've got a lot of holidays down there. what else? what else about new orleans. >> jon: we like king cake. >> stephen: what is king cake? is that the nameave jazz musician or something? >> jon: no, king cake is like sweet bread. and it has the purple and yellow and the green icing. and there's a baby inside the cake, actually. ( laughter ) and you -- >> i'm sorry, what was that last part? there's a baby in the cake? >> jon: yeah, there's a baby in the cake. >> stephen: like, how big is this baby, jon? a little baby.
>> stephen: like a toy baby. >> jon: yeah. >> stephen: and why would the baby be in the cake, jon? >> jon: because you want to get the baby. ( laughter ) >> stephen: is that a metaphor for something, jon? why do you want to get the baby? >> jon: because if you get the baby, then you have to get the next cake. ( laughter ) it's a good luck baby. >> stephen: but you also have to go get the cake for next year. >> jon: that's right. >> stephen: sounds like a choking hazard. >> jon: it could be, could be. i don't know stats on that. >> stephen: hopefully we all get the baby tonight. let's get the baby. now, i saw something in the news recently-- we were talking about this earlier-- it affects the women in my audience, so i want to start tonight by talking to them. hello, ladies. ( laughter ) now, i'll admit up front that i am no expert on women. here's what i know. you don't like being cold, and
thank you for picking up the slack. ( applause ) you do. they vote way more than men do. also, if you're pregnant, you're not supposed to drink. it's bad for the baby, and i assume the baby bump throws off your balance when you're doing a keg stands. but now the centers for disease control is saying that even women who aren't pregnant should avoid drinking. and since i am no expert on women, here to explain further this is one of my writers, ariel dumas. ariel, would you join us please? ( applause ) ariel, thank you so much for being here. say hi to ariel, everybody. ( cheers and applause ) ariel. now, you are, in fact, a woman, correct? >> yes. >> stephen: can i see some i.d.? checks out. >> that's how i check, too.