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spoke with tesla about these workers' frustrations. and many seniors take multiple prescriptons every day, and keeping track of them all can be difficult. ky sisson is live in the newsroom to tell us how you and your family can help prevent unintentional misuse of those medications. these stories top your news right now at 4:30 a-m. today is tuesday, march 1, 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 sunny, mild and windy today with a high of 70 in reno. winds will gust 20-45mph by this afternoon, with lake wind advisories in effect. a stormy weather pattern will return by sunday with a chance for rain and sierra snow showers
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in crime beat... reno police have a suspect in custody, after the shooting at a reno casino left one man dead. just before midnight sunday, reno police responded to shots fired inside siri's casino at 241 north virginia street in the heart of downtown reno. police identified the suspect, as 38 year old kiley grayson. he's been charged with open murder, and police say he did not run from the crime scene or resist arrest. the victim was an off duty employee of siri's casino. police tell us there was a physical and verbal dispute between the two men. when the victim tried to walk away... they say grayson pulled out a gun and shot the man in the chest. they haven't released the name of the man who was killed yet. and the squaw valley fire department has identified a woman who died after an accident at squaw valley over the weekend. firefighters responded to the
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on saturday, on a report of an injured skier. there they found 62-year-old elizabeth danel of olympic valley. she was unconcious, and later passed away. while her exact cause of death is still being investigated, firefighters say she appears to have hit a tree. at sugar bowl ski resort, the body of a ski instructor who went missing last month has been found. 23-year-old carson may disappeared january 14th. that prompted a search that lasted for days, but had to be called off due to bad weather. his body was found by tahoe nordsic and el dorado county search and rescue yesterday morning... about a quarter mile out of bounds, in an avalance-prone area near the original search site. sugar bowl says their thoughts and prayers are with may's family, and that yesterday's discovery helps bring closure. let's check in with meteorologist jeff martinez for a first look at the weather. good morning, jeff!
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today with a high of 70 in reno. winds will gust 20-45mph by this afternoon, with lake wind advisories in effect. a stormy weather pattern will return by sunday with a chance for rain and sierra snow showers
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time to check out our roadways with r-j in the more f-m traffic center... thanks jeff. local workers staged a protest yesterday, at the tesla gigafactory site east of reno. organizers say about 300 protesters walked off the site... to protest the company hiring employees from outside of nevada. russell: "we would have hoped that there was a little better
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when this went through the legislature. what they ended up getting was 50 percent local workforce on the job. we don't think that's enough." senate bill one from the 2014 special session requires tesla to hire half of its workers from nevada. but these workers argue... that there are nevada workers available... and tesla should up the percentage. we reached out to tesla for a response... and a spokesperson sent us a statement saying in part, quote... "in reality, more than 50% of the workers used by this contractor and more than 75% of the entire gigafactory workforce are nevada residents, demonstrating the project's strong commitment to nevada." end quote. the tesla spokesperson went on to say that tesla hires the best vendors and suppliers for the job, based on their quality, schedule, cost, reliability and reputation. a new study shows a majority of seniors take four or more prescription medications daily, and often experience challenges
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and with the more prescriptions taken, the higher the risk of unintentional misuse. ky sisson is live in the newsroom with more on a local program that helps seniors safely manage their medications. good morning ky. good morning john and andi! one of the biggest health risks facing seniors today is medication mishaps whether it be accidentally taking too many or at the wrong time of day or with other drugs that a phsyician not might be aware of. having a detailed list of medications for your doctor and pharmasist can help mitigate the risk of conflict between supplements, prescritpion, and over the counter drugs. greta- "medication therapy management comprehensivce review helps to prevent hospitilzations helps to prevent readmission to hospitilizations." medication therapy management offered by the sanford center for againg at the university of nevada helps educate local seniors on how to be safe when it comes to managing their prescriptions.
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over each medication and write a review which especially helps those with several physicians ensure clear communication. local registered nurse, susan neeley, also works directly with seniors and says it is important that family members have conversations with their older loved ones and help them stay organized to prevent confusion. susan- "get them arranged so that everyday there is the medications are in a certain slot. it elimantes some of the confusion." ky add libs about prescription organiztion to get your free medication therapy management review from the sanford center
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give um a call! 784-1612 813-1347 covering health watch, ky sisson, channel 2 news. still to come on channel 2 news this morning... still to come on channel 2 news this morning... dusty from the s-p-c-a is here with our pet of the week...you'll want to see this...coming up. "you're watching channel 2 news this morning with john potter, andi guevara and meteorologist
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meteorologist jeff martinez will have your pinpoint 2 forecast
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"channel 2 news continues with meteorologist jeff martinez's pinpoint 2 forecast, broadcast certified by the american meteorological society!"
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today with a high of 70 in reno. winds will gust 20-45mph by this afternoon, with lake wind advisories in effect. a stormy weather pattern will return by sunday with a chance for rain and sierra snow showers
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it's super tuesday, and more
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it's super tuesday, and more delegates are up for grabs today than any other day in the presidential nomination contest... latest polls show donald trump and hillary clinton leading in key states. for the democrats, 865 delegates are at stake. for the gop about 600 delegates are on the line. weijia jiang has the latest. -nats- polls are now open at sites across the country.as americans in a dozen states head out to vote. -nats- last night, donald trump already predicted a super tuesday victory during a rally in georgia.. we're going to win with our military, we're going to win win win win latest polls show the republican presidential front runner leading both nationally and in several key states. marco rubio has tried to halt the billionaire's momentum...hammeri
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immediately disavow former k-k-k leader david duke...who announced his support for trump. there is no room in the conservative movement for the kkk or david duke or anyone who will not condemn them. -nats- texas senator ted cruz is banking on a win in his home state to keep his campaign alive. in the democratic race, political analysts expect hillary clinton to gain far more delegates than bernie sanders today... which could make it nearly impossible for her to lose the nomination. " what we need to do together is make america whole again." sanders made his final pitch in massachusetts -- where more than 100 delegates are on the line: "i think we are going to win here in massachusetts tomorrow!" the vermont senator says he intends to take his campaign all the way to the democratic convention. weijia jiang cbs news washington.
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this morning... nasa has plans to make supersonic speed a reality...how the space agency will change how
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welcome back. this morning in money watch...nasa is investing in the potential revival of supersonic jet travel. the space agency has granted a 20- million dollar contract to lockheed martin to develop a passenger jet that can fly faster than the speed of sound. nasa says the plan is intended to make flying safer, greener and quieter. the jet would use technology to create a soft thump instead of rattling sonic booms while in flight. supersonic commercial
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decade ago with the grounding of the concorde. concorde planes required a lot of fuel and special parts. and interest also plunged after a fatal crash in paris back in 2000. bugatti says it's about to break the record for the fastest car in the world. the french carmaker revealed this new wonder yesterday at the geneva motor show. it's called the chee-ron -- and it promises to be faster and more powerful than previous models. bugatti is known for high- performance super cars. this one's been capped at 260- miles-per-hour for road use. bugatti says it's already sold about a third of the 5-hundred it plans to make. the price tag?...two-point- six-million-dollars. a u-s bank is now being questioned in a fifa corruption scandal fifa is the international governing body of soccer, or football...
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fifa officials used various u-s banks to transfer and receive 150 million dollars in bribes and kickbacks.... the u-s bank citigroup is now under investigation authorities are questioning whether citi turned a blind eye to suspicious transactions. anti-money laundering laws require banks to alert authorities about shady transactions like the ones at the heart of the fifa scandal. citi said it is cooperating with authorities. time to check out our roadways with r-j in the more f-m traffic center...
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accident in fernley. i-80 wb near exit 46, expect possible delays. all of other our highways and surface streets are traveling at top speeds. coming up on channel 2 news this
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"this is channel 2 news, coverage you can count on" reno police arrested a man...charged with shooting and a killing a fellow employee inside siri's casino sunday night. we have new information on how the deadly night unfolded. and hundreds of protesters walked off tesla's giga-factory site yesterday... to protest the company's hiring practices. we spoke with a tesla representative about the workers' frustrations. many seniors take multiple prescriptons every day, and not keeping track of them all can lead to danger. ky sisson is live in the newsroom to show us how you and your family can avoid the risks. these stories top your news
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tuesday, march 1, 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 sunny, mild and windy today with a high of 70 in reno. winds will gust 20-45mph by this afternoon, with lake wind advisories in effect. a stormy weather pattern will return by sunday with a chance for rain and sierra snow showers continuing into early next week! thanks jeff. in crime beat... reno police have a suspect in custody after a shooting at siri's casino in downtown reno left one man dead. just before midnight sunday, the reno police department responded to shots fired inside the siri's casino at 241 north virginia street in the heart of downtown reno.
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suspect as 38 year old kiley grayson. he's been charged with open murder and police say he did not resist arrest. the victim was an off duty employee of siri's casino. police have determined there was a physical and verbal dispute between the two men. when the victim tried to walk away... police say grayson pulled out a gun and shot the man in the chest. yet been released. the woman who died after an accident at squaw valley over the weekend has been identified. firefighters were called out to the ski resort just after 1-30 p-m saturday on a report of an injured skier. there they found 62-year-old elizabeth danel of olympic valley. she was unconcious, and later passed away. firefighters say she appeared to have hit a tree. and sugar bowl ski resort says the body of a ski instructor who went missing last month has been found. 23-year-old carson may's
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that prompted a search that lasted for days, but had to be called off due to bad weather. his body was found by tahoe nordsic and el dorado county search and rescue yesterday morning... roughly a quarter mile out of bounds in an avalance-prone area near the original search site. sugar bowl says their thoughts and prayers are with may's family, and yesterday's discovery helps bring closure to his family and friends. let's check in with meteorologist jeff martinez for a first look at the weather. good morning, jeff! partly sunny, mild and windy today with a high of 70 in reno. winds will gust 20-45mph by this afternoon, with lake wind advisories in effect. a stormy weather pattern will return by sunday with a chance for rain
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continuing into early
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local workers staged a protest yesterday at the tesla gigafactory site east of reno. organizers say about 300 protesters walked off the site... to protest the company hiring employees from outside nevada. russell: "we would have hoped that there was a little better protection for local workers when this went through the legislature. what they ended up getting was 50 percent local workforce on the job. we don't think that's enough." senate bill one from the 2014 special session requires tesla to hire half of its workers from nevada. but these workers argue... that there are nevada workers available... and tesla should raise the percentage.
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their side... and a spokesperson sent us this... "in reality, more than 50% of the workers used by this contractor and more than 75% of the entire gigafactory workforce are nevada residents, demonstrating the project's strong commitment to nevada." they went on to say that tesla hires the best vendors and suppliers for the job, based on quality, schedule, cost, reliability and reputation. a new study shows the majority of seniors take four or more prescription medications a day, and often experience challenges in managing those medications. and with the more prescriptions taken, the higher the risk of unintentional misuse. ky sisson is live in the newsroom with more on a local program that helps seniors safely manage their medications. good morning ky. good morning john and andi! accidentally taking too many medications or at the wrong time
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a phsyician might not be aware of is among the most serious health risk facing seniors. it often leads to hospitilzations and long term care placements. but there is a program in town that is out to help organize and educate seniors of how to be safe when it comes to managing their prescriptions. greta- "we provide a comprehensive medication therapy management review which would idetify those at risk factors that they may be experiencing." medication therapy management offered by the sanford center for againg at the university of nevada helps local seniors make sure the medications they are taking are safe and effective. their geriactric pharmascists go over each drug and write a review which especially helps those with several physicians and pharmasists ensure clear communication. local registered nurse, susan neeley, also works directly with seniors in managing their meds and says it is important that family members have
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loved ones about which medications they are taking and to stay organized. susan- "someone needs to make sure there is only one of this medication per day in the box." ky add libs about prescription organiztion to get your free medication therapy management review from the sanford center or to speak with susan neeley, give um a call! 784-1612 813-1347 covering health watch, ky
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coming up on channel 2 news this morning... a brazilian shelter is proving you can teach an old dog new tricks...so long as there's a full diet and plenty of love...we'll show you more... right after the break. "you're watching channel 2 news this morning with john potter, andi guevara and meteorologist
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welcome back. time for take 2... stories we think are worth a second look. a three-year-old louisiana boy is safe and sound after going missing last week. and he and his family have a hunting dog to thank for his safe return. eli alcock's voice stands out...but there came a time when his mother lindsy thought she'd never hear it again - after he went missing. she contacted the
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her facebook friends to help look for the three-year old. "and asked me if honey who is, you know, she's been tracking deer with her for three years asked me if she would do anything. with honey's keen sense of smell and after hours of searching... the young boy was found safe in the woods. eli now has a new friend and a community to thank for his hasty return. they say you can't teach an old dog new tricks, but a there are a few dogs that beg to differ... four shelter dogs - rescued from slums and abandoned lots around sao paulo - were trained as "ball dogs" for the brazil open tournament. the four dogs - frida, mel, isabelle and costela - have one job and that's to retrieve balls that went out of bounds at an exhibition
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to the players. now, truth is... they didn't like the "giving back" part as much as the "getting the ball" part. but the ball dog initiative hopes to raise awareness of their 1- thousand - sheltered dogs. the dogs were even able to take part in the awards ceremony. each of the dogs trained for months and trainers say the biggest difficulty was to make the animals more confident and playful after having been mistreated. the hope is to show people that a well-fed and well-treated animal can be happy. still to come on channel 2 news this morning... meteorologist jeff martinez will have your pinpoint 2 forecast
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pinpoint 2 forecast, broadcast certified by the american meteorological society!"
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today with a high of 70 in reno. winds will gust 20-45mph by this afternoon, with lake wind advisories in effect. a stormy weather pattern will return by sunday with a chance for rain and sierra snow showers continuing into early
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looking around the nation... a federal judge ruled yesterday that the f-b-i cannot force apple to unlock an i-phone owned by a convicted drug dealer. the government had requested apple to break the phone's security to access the contact info of other suspected drug dealers. the judge ruled that the government can't make apple assist in the investigation against its will. the ruling gives support to apple's fight against a court order to unlock the i-phone of one of the san bernardino shooters. federal investigators have asked apple to break into 13 other phones across the country. the company has complied with similar requests from the government in at least 70-other cases. and nasa astronaut scott kelly is preparing to come back down to earth today... after almosts a year in space. kelly has been at the international space station longer than than any other u-s astronaut. his current mission has lasted 340 days. in his last briefing before heading home, kelly told reporters that he is feeling good.
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to houston tomorrow... for physical and scientific tests. this was kelly's fourth mission in space. let's check in with the c-b-s news team and see what they're working on this morning. .... the news is back in the
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it could be make or break day for several presidential hopefuls as a lot of the country votes in super tuesday. live campaign 2016 coverage
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welcome back. let's take a look at some news making headlines around the nation right now. first, voters in several states head to the polls on this super tuesday... to decide who should be their party's presidential nominee. latest polls show republican donald trump leading marco rubio, ted cruz, and the rest of the g-o-p field in several states in play. democrat hillary clinton is expected to rack up more delegates than bernie sanders today... which could seal her nomination. president obama sits down with senate republican leaders at the white house... to discuss the supreme court seat left vacant by the late antonin scalia. the white house says obama intends to make a nomination but is still reviewing recommendations from his legal team. republicans have argued the decision should be left to the next president. coming up next... we'll have your traffic, weather and news right now as you head out the
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the mom...who dresses two kids, gets to work by 8:00... and always manages to give them a healthy lunch. the newlyweds seeking out wholesome meals and exciting flavors for their new cookware. the guy who finally decided to kick
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you inspire us to do everything we do...
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good morning, . here's your traffic and weather as you head out the door... let's get one final look at our roadways with r-j in the more f-m traffic center... no accidents or incidents to report. all of our highway and surface streets are traveling at top speeds. partly sunny, mild and windy today with a high of 70 in reno. winds will gust 20-45mph by this afternoon, with lake wind advisories in effect. a stormy weather pattern will return by sunday with a chance for rain
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good morning to our viewers in the west. it is tuesday, march 1st, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning." donald trump is poised for an historic super tuesday. his gop rivals and the establishment pull out all the stops to derail the trump machine. hillary clinton hopes southern voters give her a clear path to the nomination. we have a full break down with our political team. plus, "forbes" list of top
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we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye opener," your world in 90 seconds. >> whether people like me or not, there is enthusiasm, that i can tell you. get out and vote, vote, vote, vote! >> the candidates roar into super tuesday. >> i'm leading in the polls. i'm the smartest man that's ever lived. i'm the greatest person and everyone else is a loser. >> if donald trump is the nominee, hillary likely wins, which means we lose this country. >> reject the mean spiritedness, the bigotry, being pedaled by the republican candidate. >> i am not sure how you bring about change if your super pac collects millions of dollars from wall street. >> new york judge ruled the justice department cannot force apple to hack into an iphone for the fbi. sportscaster erin andrews broke down in a courtroom answering questions about being videoed taped nude inside her

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