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delta, keep climbing. good evening. democratic presidential hopeful hillary clinton made a campaign sweep through northern nevada today. she stopped in elko....and at the university of nevada...and then at tmcc, which is where erin breen caught up her. 00-07 33-38 trt1:40 the former secretary of state drew a crowd estimated at 800. and she was a hit... ---crowd raaaaaah!---- she vowed to work to bring up wages nationwide and to tighten up regulations on wall street. hillary: no bank is too big to fail and no executive is too big to go to jail.....raah...and thanks to president obama we have the power to break up the banks."
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she's a formidable opponent and valuable as the democratic nominee. hillary:"the republicans and the right wing have been after me standing... woo hoo raaaah!" and she referenced the non-traditional politicking in this campaign. hillary:"we've gotta get this campaign back into the real world and out of the alternative universe that it currently inhabits too frequently because there is just so mucuhy at stake!" so afterward i asked her if the alternate universe she referred to was bernie sanders early success so far....or the republicans. hillary: " i was referring to the republicans. when you listen to them it's unbelieveable to me that they have no reguard to the facts." hillary:"i just don't know what world they live in. honestly i'm amazed all the tiumes when i hear them in debates or in their speeches making the kinds of comments they make and i want people to know that i wanna be the democratic nominee because i'm the person ready to be the president and
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also the best one to take it to the republicans and win in november." first...she has a lot of primaries and caucuses to win. and nevada's next in line. covering campaign 2016 erin breen channel 2 news. as for the remaining six g-o-p presidential candidates -- they're turning up the heat in south carolina. just days before the republican primary there. former president george w. bush is stumping for his younger brother jeb. craig boswell was at their rally in north charleston where they campaigned together for the first time. former president george w. bush made his debut on the 2016 campaign trail. 6:15 "there's no doubt in my mind that jeb bush has the experience and character to be a great president." earlier in the day he met with local veterans. both george w and his father won their south carolina primaries. 12:01:32 still bush country? maybe george but not jeb.. lara and charlie northcutt say
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minds. "jeb bush and his brother are joining forces to convince undecided voters .. they hope to capitalize on the bush family's popularity .. which is traditionally strong here in the palmetto state. frontrunner donald trump continued his drum beat of attacks on bush's family. 14:33 "the world trade center came down during his reign." the billionaire is threatening to sue ted cruz who he says airing false ads. some of the candidates are still fuming from last saturday's debate... with this warning from marco rubio. "if these divisions continue much longer it's gonna take months to bring everybody back together." and ted cruz added his two cents. 12:08:50 "the way they scream liar liar not very effective against putin and others." john kasich campaigned in michigan today and travels back here to the palmetto state tomorrow. craig boswell cbs news north charleston south carolina. nevada will be the third state in the country to nominate the
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candidate -- holding it's caucus this saturday. and the silver state will be the fourth to select a republican nominee, a week from tomorrow. as paul nelson shows us -- both parties are eager to get the vote out. caucus training washoe county democrats are training precinct captains -- working to be as prepared as possible for the caucus. party leaders say they're hoping for a big turnout, saturday -- when voters will decide who they want to represent their party for the white house bid. cecilia "it's time for folks to step up and get involved, get involved with your neighbors and come on out and make a difference." nevada has the first-in-the-west caucus. while iowa and new hampshire have already chosen their nominees -- she says the electorate is much different in the silver state. cecilia "we have a much more diverse economy, rich in minorities, blacks, hispanics,
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represent most of the country." adam "being the first in the west is a big deal because it allows candidates to decide that nevada matters and it allows opportunities for all of us here in reno to mee those candidates." the republicans' nevada caucus is next tuesday. it will be the fourth state overall, coming three days after south carolina chooses a candidate. the g-o-p will likely have six candidates vying for the silver state -- hoping to gain momentum heading into super tuesday, on march 1. adam "nevada is not a very big state and if you look at 2012, we only had 7 percent turnout for the caucus. so a very small amount of people can really sway an election. especially in a caucus state." the deadline has passed to register as a republican to participate in their caucus. democrats are allowed to register up until the day of their caucus. covering campaign 20-16, paul nelson, channel 2 news. to find out where your caucus site is -- head to our website -- k-t-v-n dot com. we have links set up for both parties. once there -- just type in your information and your location will show up.
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news and "cbs news" for continuing coverage of campaign 2016... all the way through november. "now here's mike alger's first look at the pinpoint 2 forecast" we have one more day of sunny and warm conditions before winter decides to make a comeback. tuesday should come in with mostly sunny skies and near record high temperatures. but the ridge of high pressure begins to break down on wednesday, and a reasonably good sized winter storm will push through the region. in the valley, the winds will be the most noticeable initial effect, and a valley wind advisory kicks in throughout the day on wednesday. by wednesday afternoon rain is likely to fall in the mountains with initially high snow levels. snow levels should fall below the passes in mountains from 7 pm wednesday night until noon on thursday. snowfall amounts will vary greatly depending on elevation, but the ridge tops could receive well over a foot of snow, while commute could get a little dicey in the north valley's and in the
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the reno fire department is investigating a house fire that sent one man to the hospital tonight... and killed three animals. crews responded to reports of the fire around 8:30... in the 14-thousand block of stead boulevard just off of i-80. leighton: "this was a duplex so both residences were displaced because power and gas had to be
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unit itself involved with the fire had heavy fire damage." chief leighton says crews were able to quickly put out the fire.. but one man was taken to the hospital for smoke inhalation. two dogs and a cat did die in the fire. the cause is still under investigation. turning to the crime beat... secret witness is now offering a reward for information leading to an arrest in a shooting death that happened in sparks friday night. officers were called to the 200- block of pyramid way - just after 11 p-m - for reports of a person down with an unknown medical condition. the victim was taken to saint mary's, where they died from what was determined to be a gunshot wound. the victim has not been identified. if you have any information, contact secret witness at 3-2-2 49-hundred, or text 8-4-7 4-1-1. the better business bureau wants to warn you about a phishing scam they say targets chambers of commerce and local
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they say people are calling... claiming to represent the american chamber of commerce-- an entity that doesn't even exist. the caller then asks for an employee by name and claims to be updating the company's listing in its directory. they ask to verify basic business information-- such as address, business name, main contacts, and phone numbers. while this may seem harmless.. scammers can use this information to commit identity theft or target the business with other scams-- such as phony invoices. looking around the nation now... president obama could decide who will fill justice antonin scalia's seat on the supreme court as soon as next week... but election year politics in an already divided washington dc, are making his decision complicated. jan crawford is at the supreme court with the more on the late justice.. and what his death means moving forward. 2:02-2:16 1:25-1:30 when the justices return to the bench next week, it will be the first time -- for all 8 -- they will serve without justice
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for 30 years, the court's most forceful and influential voice. vo his sudden death will have an immediate impact on the current term, full of controversial cases: regulation of abortion clinics, another challenge to obamacare, affirmative action in college admissions, and presidential power on immigration. vo gfx in with scalia, the court had a narrow conservative majority. gfx out vo now, it's a court on pause. many of those cases will end up in a 4-4 tie, keeping the lower court ruling in place and setting no nationwide precedent. vo but his passing will affect the institution far beyond one term. he was one of nine justices--but his impact on the court and the law was far greater than a single vote. vo his opinions were must-reads for his clear, colorful writing-like his dissent calling the decision upholding a part of obamacare "jiggery pokery" and "pure applesauce." vo his philosophy that judges should interpret the constitution they way it was originally understood defined
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movement. i think it is up to the judge to say what the constitution provided, even if what it provided is not the best answer, even i f you think it should be amended. if that is what it says, that's what it says. sot 16:21:44 clement: he's done so much to set the terms of how the court approaches issues vo paul clement clerked for scalia in the 1993 term. as a lawyer, he's argued 80 cases before the court and said scalia's lively and often sharp questions forever changed the court's dynamics on the bench. sot 16:17:45 clement: his very first case, he started asking lots and lots of questions, and you know even some of the justices that have been there for years, you know, they look and said, we are not going to let this new guys ask all the questions. and you know, it quite changed the nature of arguing before the supreme court. jan crawford, cbs news,
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back here at home.. governor sandoval is expected to sign an executive order that all flags be at half-staff until justice scalia is buried. coming up next- it was music's biggest night. we have tonight's grammy award winners-- and highlights from the staples center in los
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from adele and taylor swift to kendrick lamar and stevie wonder, the biggest names in music took the stage at this year's grammy awards. danielle nottingham has more from the red carpet in los angeles. mark ronson and bruno mars walked away with record of the year for their smash uptown funk. taylor swift kicked off the show singing "out of the woods" from her album 1989. then she took home album of the year. kendrick lamar won best rap album then confronted racial issues during his live performance.
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believe that! @ 21:11:40 they both lost song of the year to ed sheeran's ballad "thinking out loud." 21:12:16 wow thank you very much adele returned to the grammy stage for the first time in four years. chris stapleton took home best country album for his debut album "traveller". @20:41:12 this is something you never ever dream of the show was heavy on emotion this year as the grammys paid tribute to several music legends who passed away recently. looking like ziggy stardust's twin sister, lady gaga wowed the crowd with a david bowie medley. stevie wonder and pentatonic saluted earth wind and fire's maurice white . bonnie raitt helped honor blues legend b.b. king. 21:13:45 "take it easy" jackson brown and the remaining eagles remembered glenn frey. and in a first the grammys got a taste of broadway, courtesy of the smash hip-hop musical hamilton.
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meghan trainor took home the award for best new artist. still to come on channel 2 news at 11 - the valentine's day/president's day two-for-one weekend was good news for the biggest little city. we'll show you how it helped local businesses. mike will have a look at your forecast after the break.... but first-- if you made.. and broke.. a new year's resolution to stay fit this year... you're not alone. we''ll show you a fun new way to break. "this is channel 2 news at 11, northern nevada's number one newscast, with arianna bennett,
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welcome back. did you know...
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people give up the fitness goals they started with at the beginning of the year? apparently it's true. so... we're highlighting fitness trends to helplpou get back on track. andi guevara takes a look at 'aerial arts' -- and how it's kept one man in shape. graceful moves...up high...using silks or rings techniques usually just seen in circus shows but now regular people are getting in on the tricks with aerial arts, a fast growing fitness trend. "it's kind of invigorating. it's a big rush" josh grohman, tried it out three years ago and was hooked. "i got a groupon and i tried out flying trapeze and it was really fun." a pleasant surprise, considering the 32-year old says he could never get into the swing of other workouts. "it always felt kind of boring. it was just something i had to do. i was just taking up time
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want to do." that all changed with aerial arts...josh says he went from being a couch potato to a flying acrobat. "it's very interesting to try and put something together while you are also hanging in the air and while you are trying to support yourself and make sure your wrapping yourself correctly." intructors say aerial arts can strengthen your core and help in weight loss. "typically we're building new muscle so the focus in the beginning is strengthening." as difficult as it looks...all fitness levels are welcome "we have a great progression of skills and strength building so that even if you're not used to moving we will find a way.." "i don't make excuses not to go. i want to go. i look forward to being here and working out." and josh says it helps that a lot of fun. "there are things i'm doing now that i never would have expected i could do. there's really nothing else like it."
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"channel 2 news continues with chief meteorologist mike alger's pinpoint 2 forecast, broadcast certified by the american meteorological society!" we have one more day of sunny and warm conditions before winter decides to make a comeback. tuesday should come in with mostly sunny skies and near record high temperatures. but the ridge of high pressure begins to break down on wednesday, and a reasonably good sized winter storm will push through the region. in the valley, the winds will be the most noticeable initial effect, and a valley wind advisory kicks in
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day on wednesday. by wednesday afternoon rain is likely to fall in the mountains with initially high snow levels. snow levels should fall below the passes in the late afternoon and will continue to fall to close to valley floor elevations by thursday morning. a winter storm watch is
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7 pm wednesday night until noon on thursday. snowfall amounts will vary greatly depending on elevation, but the ridge tops could receive well over a foot of snow, while the lake tahoe area could see several inches. it's unlikely that
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any accumulations, however the thursday morning commute could get a little dicey in the north valley's and in the foothills. thanks mike. after the break-- local ski resorts saw record numbers of visitors on the slopes this past weekend. find out why, coming up next
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things really went from bad to worse for me. this isn't just about numbers, this is about real lives. this is a system that isn't working for the everyday person. it's one of the reasons why i decided to endorse bernie sanders. nevadans are looking for people who are willing to think big, to be bold, and to fight for everyday people. and that's exactly what bernie sanders is doing. sanders: i'm bernie sanders
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looking to our community now... valentines day doesn't always happen on the same three-day weekend as president's day...but with the two holidays falling back to back this year it certainly did some good for some of our local casinos. tracie barnthouse-communications manager-definitely saw an increase in occupancy over the weekend and you know contribute that to a couple things the weather was beautiful so we saw a lot of guests coming in
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barnthouse says a lot of the business at the atlantis this weekend came from locals... but there were also a lot of tourists who came from out of town to celebrate the holidays as well. she says many of the hotel guests were couples who found their entertainment inside the casino... but they also saw some people head up the hill for some turns on the slopes. several hotel guests we spoke to said the larger crowds were evident all around town and they hope the extra business will be great for our economy. "most of the time the holiday weekends are busier and i can't get to my favorite machines as often." it's a good city, it's a good town, it's good clean fun, it's not too crowded but you know you get some crowds on the weekends and especially like valentines day weekend was pretty crowded but it's really all in all a wonderful place to come stay." and the atlantis says the crowds haven't left just yet... they've had many guests choose to extend their stay this holiday weekend and stay until tomorrow. skiers and snowboarders enjoyed
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day weekend on the slopes. mt. rose ski resort said they had thousands of people the past couple of days. murry blainey, director of operations mt.rose ski: "this weekend was extra good because of great snow. and the weather was beautiful so clear and clean roads so no issues going to lake tahoe." resort officials tell us that presidents day is historically one of the busiest ski weekends they have in the season, second only to the week of christmas. while the final numbers aren't yet in, mt. rose expects to have hit a record-number of presidents day visitors this year. they say that's because it's the last holiday weekend for skiers and snowboarders. with clear skies, warm temperatures and plenty of snow to enjoy, many families brought their gear to the mountains. franklin alioto, san rafael, ca: "today was gorgeous. we're actually trying to get all our fleece and jackets off because it's so warm today." gary goodman, san jose, ca: "it's president's weekend, the kids got the week off, so we came up for a couple days. and we finally got some snow, some great snow."
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ski season to wrap up in april. the wolf pack men went 2-and-oh this past week and with that have a conference player of the week...garrett tells us about
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"now, here's sports director garrett dearborn, with channel 2 sports" he set a new record on saturday night and for his efforts in last week's wins nevada's
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mountain west player of the week for the first time in his career. the freshman was a monster in the paint saturday night grabbing a mountain west conference record 24points to go with 20- points in an overtime win on fresno state... for the week oliver averaged 14.5 points 17-boards, 2.5 blocks and 2-assists in wins over air force and the bulldogs. oliver is the first pack-player to nail down player of the week honors this season. next up for oliver and the pack game 1 of a 2 game road trip... they will visit san jose state on wednesday at 7pm..... you can stream the game on the mountain west netowrk or on nevadawolfpack.tv. carson's krysta plamer has picked up another honor...the wolf pack diver was just named to usa diving's at&t high performance squad for 2016. she's just one of 14 women named to the squad which is considered
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team as it's made up divers "considered to exhibit the potential, skill, and determination to become 2016 olympic team members." the reigning mountain west conference diver of the year has alreadey qualified for the olympic trials this summer. here's the top plays of the night from our high school basketball show 2 the hoop -wooster at manogue -- the colts come with some attitude on defense -- double blocks -- the first one by sam tranberg -- the second by jaxon schmid but the miners win this one 71-22 - spanish springs vs. reed... cougars with the steal... they pass it up to jalen townsell... who almost finishes with the dunk... a lay in still worth the same... cougars win big. 78-46 -carson vs douglas...tigers feed it inside to freshman jace hart...he splits the defenders...and makes the tough layup look easy....senators win 65-49 -wooster at manogue -- this is like a human game of pinball -- it goes off johnny reilly's back -- aidan cantwell

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