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recognize this woman... or a description of her car... she has been missing all week. we'll show you what they know. and fernly's population is booming... but it's fire department is still lagging behind. lyon county officials are hoping more volunteers and donations will prepare them for growing demands. and when road conditions get dangerous like they were yesterday... it always helps to be prepared for the worst. ky sisson is live to show us one vital tool you may not have considered having with you in your car. these stories top your news right now at 4:30 a-m. today is friday, february 19, 20-16. good morning, i'm john potter. and i'm andi guevara. thanks for starting your day with channel 2 news this morning. let's start with a quick look at the forecast with meteorologist jeff martinez. partly cloudy for your friday
highs in the low 50s. winds will gust 20-40mph by the afternoon with a few scattered rain and snow showers possible north of i-80. it's going to be a nice weekend, with dry weather and highs warming into the upper 50s by sunday. have a great friday! a power outage in sparks left nearly 6-thousand people without power overnight. nv energy says the outages occured around 2 a-m this morning, and that what caused them, is being investigated. power is restored for most... though 700 customers are still without power. thanks jeff. turning to crime beat.. reno police have arrested two people in connection with a fraud investigation. 31 year old matthew williams and 28 year old julie morris were arrested a week ago and charged with burglary and using an i-d and credit card without permission. investigators believe they stole personal
them to make fraudulent checks. and police have also arrested 47- year-old james bzdziuch and 25-year-old , kanin celestre who are suspected of burglarizing cars at several fitness centers in reno. police say they recovered stolen property from a hotel room booked by one of the men after they were taken into custody on february 2nd. reno police are still investigating both cases... so if you have any more information... please contact them or secret witness at 3-2-2- 4900 and douglas county deputies are asking for help finding a woman who's been missing since monday. 69-year-old carolyn batchelor was last seen by her roommate at their home in zephyr cove. she's 5 foot 7... 180 pounds with blonde hair and blue eyes. she was last seen driving her silver honda pilot s-u-v... similar to this one... with
if you know where she is, call the douglas county sheriff's office, at 5-8-6-72-56. let's check in with meteorologist jeff martinez for a first look at the weather. good morning, jeff! partly cloudy for your friday with a breezy afternoon and highs in the low 50s. winds will gust 20-40mph by the afternoon with a few scattered rain and snow showers possible north of i-80. it's going to be a nice weekend, with dry weather and highs warming into the upper 50s
it just got an updated interface... you can get radar... forecast... and watches and warnings in the palm of your hand... and you can customize it to where you live. just search "k-t-v-n" in the google play or apple store. fernley's population has more than doubled since 2000. and that has created some growing pains. the north lyon county fire protection district does not have the funding to keep up with that growth. the fire chief says their 1- point-5 million dollars per year and 12 firefighters are only half of what is needed. volunteers are crucial... and the district has had help with donations... including two fire engines from the city of las vegas. huntley "we want to see development. we're excited about that and we definitely believe it will help us, but we want to make sure those people's investments are protected, too." city leaders say, they expect more property tax revenue to come in as growth continues...
enough, because of lower assessed values. as we saw yesterday, our area's winter weather can cause extremely dangerous driving conditions. it is always important to carry an emergency prepardness kit in your car with a flashlight, blanket, and first aid, and there's another gizmo many don't think about. ky sisson is live in the channel 2 parking lot with more! good morning ky! happy fri-yay yo. nobody ever wants to think about nobody ever wants to think about what could happen but yesterday was the perfect reminder of how driving conditions can come on suddenly and become very intense. theres a tool that is cheap and easy to store that could save your life. a seat belt cutter, ever seen one? first responders use them all the time to quickly get someone out of their car. and having one of these can help
can. spencer- "if you were to go off the road and nobody was to see your vehicle, you went down a revine. there could be a situation where you have to self rescue and something like this would come in very handy." chief spencer says these are really useful for self resuce and maybe even when you are the first on the scene of an accident. when assisting someone else, it is extremely important to use your seat belt cutter with caution because you never know what kind of injury the person may have sustained. spencer- "you wouldn't want to compromise a patient at all by moving them unessisarily so i would be cautious to use them on somebody else." andi got a really fancy seat belt cutter of her own. take a look at this... it's a hammer slash seat belt cutter. those guys run about 10 bucks.
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a nation that defends our people and our values, but no longer carries so much of that burden alone. i know we can create that america if we listen to our conscience and our hearts and not to the pundits and the naysayers. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message, and i ask for you to caucus for
me. thank you. welcome back. turning to campaign 2016... with all this campaign talk lately, you've likely heard the term super delegate. we wanted to take the time to explain who they are and what their role is in the election
nevada has 8 super delegates for their democratic party... out of 43 total delegates. the 35 regular delegates will pledge to a specific candidate. but the 8 super delegates are free to vote how they please... and can even pledge their votes...ahead of time... which change the political polls. but could they swing a nomination? chris:"it could swing a very very close national nomination...15% is not a negligible number." wicker is one of those super delegates from nevada... and the only one from washoe county. while he and the other super delegates carry a lot of weight...they can be overcome if the rest of the delegates show solidarity. eric: so if i win 23 of the regular delegates and the super delegates don't like me i still win 23-8 and if i do that in every state the delegates go home mad but i go home with the
the republican party does not have superdelegates. they elect all of their delegates through the caucuses. and just ahead of the democratic caucus... former president bill clinton will be in reno today to campaign on his wife's behalf. that event will take place at the hillary for nevada campaign offices located at 14-13 south virginia street in reno... from 11-30 in the morning to 2 o'clock this afternoon. and senator bernie sanders is also scheduled to be in sparks today... right after holding a town meeting in elko. the sparks rally will be held in the rose ballroom at the nugget casino resort. the event is free and open to one o'clock. to r-s-v-p to those... or find out more on the democratic caucus tomorrow or the republican one tuesday... find it all on our website at ktvn dot com... just click on that
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2 forecast, broadcast certified by the american meteorological society!" partly cloudy for your friday with a breezy afternoon and highs in the low 50s. winds will gust 20-40mph by the afternoon with a few scattered rain and snow showers possible north of i-80. it's going to be a nice
thanks jeff. looking around the nation... justice antonin scalia will lie in repose today at the supreme court, before his funeral tomorrow. after a private service, the public will be able to walk past his casket. president obama will pay his attend tomorrow's funeral. don champion reports from outside the supreme court. known as a conservative warrior- today, thousands will pay final respects to supreme court justice antonin
president obama and the first lady will remember the justice as his body lies in repose in the great hall of the supreme court. the president has faced criticism from the right for not planning to attend scalia's funeral tomorrow. what the president thinks is appropriate is respectfully paying tribute to high profile patriotic american citizens even when you don't agree on all the issues. the 79-year-old died of natural causes over the weekend. republican presidential candidate ted cruz plans to attend the funeral and criticized the president. he's going to cuba, but somehow president obama can't find time to go to justice scalia's funeral. scalia's memory is being overshadowed by a bitter, partisan debate - over whether president obama should nominate his successor. "what the republicans today are saying is you can't go through with anything, 'we don't want
nominee.' at a town hall in south carolina last night - jeb bush broke with his fellow republicans - who want to leave it to the next president to announce his nomination in just over two weeks don champion cbs news washington. coming up next on channel 2 news this morning... coming up next on channel 2 news this morning... what if your car could cruise over pot holes without worry...well ford company may have found a
ford is showing off pot-hole protection technology on the 20-17 fusion v-six sport sedan. ford says their shock absorber system automatically stiffens when sensors detect a pothole. and it keeps the wheel elevated instead
of dropping into the hole. some luxury cars, including ford's lincoln m-k-z, have the same thing. ford says the fusion is the first mid-sized car in its price range with the feature. more than one million walmart workers will get a raise on saturday. the company says it will boost its minimum wage to ten dollars an hour from 9-dollars. the change applies to virtually all of walmart's hourly workers, including some supervisors. those effected make
department is still lagging behind. lyon county officials are hoping more volunteers and donations will keep them prepared for growing demands. and just ahead of the nevada democratic caucus... former president bill clinton will be making a stop in reno to support hillary's campaign. we have the details on how you can catch that event. and when road conditions get dangerous like they were yesterday... it always helps to be prepared for the worst. ky sisson is live to show us one vital tool you may not have considered having with you in your car. these stories top your news right now at 5:00 a-m. today is friday, february 19, 20-16. good morning, i'm john potter. and i'm andi guevara. thanks for starting your day with channel 2 news this morning. let's start with a quick look at the forecast with meteorologist jeff martinez.