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it's wednesday, february 3rd. i'm amanda sanchez and i'm dave lawrence. let's go to lindsey matherly with a look at the forecast. an incoming low pressure system will provide chances for light northern sierra and northwest nevada by late afternoon. a few inches of snowfall is possible with the best potential mainly north of interstate 80. high pressure will then overseas -- a scare in the air. an emergency landing takeoff after an explosion made a hole in the side of the plane. saying there's no
evidence of a criminal act. abc's david kerley reports. script: these are they terrifying moments... after passengers reported a loud bang... and smoke...shortly after takeoff... the cabin of the airbus a-321 depressurized.... oxygen masks deployed.. some of the 74 passengers moving to the back of the jetliner... as the plane descends to make an emergency landing.... and on the ground... those passengers get to see.. the floor to ceiling hole... in the fuselage. from the outside... signs of what appear to the markings of an explosion.. the peeled back metal... streaks of soot... sot: col. stephen ganyard / former fighter pilot and dep. asst. secy. of state which would suggest quite definitively that this was a bomb of some kind, probably something about a hand grenade size that would have made this hole in the side of the airplane. two passengers reportedly hurt... the somali airline... flying from mogadishu to djibouti... even the pilot thinks it was a bomb
but one aviation expert believes there should have been more interior damage. even if it was a bomb security experts believe it may have been an attempt by terrorists to see if can defeat seurity systems.... and bring down a jetliner. dk abcn washington president obama will make his first visit to an american mosque as president today. he's scheduled to visit the islamic society of baltimore and is expected to hold a roundtable with community members where he'll quote "reaffirm the importance of religious freedom to our way of life." the president has visited mosques overseas, but never one during his presidency in the united states. authorities say the virginia tech student arrested on charges of an accessory to the murder of 13-year-old nicole lovell -- is now facing additional charges. they say natalie keepers is now facing the charge of an accessory before the fact, but haven't explained her role in the murder. keepers is already facing charges for helping her classmate, david eisenhauer, dispose of the 7th grader's body. eisenhauer is facing charges of kidnapping and murder. keepers' bail hearing is set for today. the man who escaped from an upstate new york prison last summer will be sentenced in court today. convicted killer, david sweat, pleaded guilty to two felony charges
related to the escape - which carry sentences of up to 7 years. sweat and fellow escapee-- richard matt--eluded police for three weeks before being captured in the woods 30-miles from the prison. matt was fatally shot during the capture. sweat was found 2-days later in the same area, heading toward the canadian border. the head of the enivornmental protection agency says it is committed to providing safe drinking water to the people of flint, michigan. the u-s house oversight committee will be holding the first congressional hearing on the crisis today. the e-p-a is in flint collecting water samples for another round of testing. the town's water crisis began in april of 2014, when the water became contaminated with lead after the city switched it's water source to the flint river as a cost- saving measure. state officials reportedly downplayed reports of lead in the water and a spike in lead levels in the blood of children living in the area. keepi sho
city sausage company is under new ownership and a new name. and as kolo 8 news now's matt vaughan show us in this week's keeping it local ... the new owners are no stranger to the meat industry. box live what was once known as the sausage factory is now flocchini family provisions. the flocchinis have been in the meat business for three generations ... and have owned sierra meat and seafood company for 30 years. and now ... they're expanding their operation. ... pkg the flocchini family has been selling its products to businesses in the food service industry both in northern nevada and all over the country for the better part of 3 decades. and they've done so under the label of sierra meat and seafood. but now they're changing all that with the start of their latest business venture ... flocchini family provisions. "we've always worked under the name of our company, but putting our name on something, there's definitely more accountability. it's more
personal." the flocchinis recently purchased the sausage factory in carson city. and although the name has changed ... the product has not. they still plan to make sausages and deli meats with the hope of expanding into the retail market by selling their brand on store shelves. "we're more than happy not growing super big. we're more than happy to grow a little bit incrementally, but do things right, make sure the product really speaks for itself." the plant grinds out roughly 30-thousand pounds of meat a week ... and the main focus of their recipe is to keep it simple and all natural. "we're using no added nitrates, no added msg, and really cleaning the label to the point of really just meat and spices." but above all else ... they want to make the best product possible. "at the end of the day it's all about value. it's giving people a great, that they paid for, that they felt like they got their money's worth." live if you're wondering where you can find flocchini family products ... they're currently being sold at
raley's and scolari's. you'll also soon see them at the aces ballpark. box you now have another option for mexican food. 'roberto's taco shop' has finally opened up a new location in the biggest little city. it's located on north virginia and 8th street, near u-n-r. right now the restaurant is only accepting cash but that could change in the future. roberto's is open 24 hours a day. a big announcement was made at kate smith elementary school in sparks. students there were given free e-books from an organization working to turn children's screen-time into reading time with friends and family. 'us-tyme' is the organization behind the donation. the founder was joined by governor brian sandoval to announce the giveaway. the e-books include classic stories like 'goldilocks and the three bears' and 'little red riding hood'-- all available in both english and spanish. 'us-tyme' says every
child needs reading time with adults in their first 5-years. "repetitive reading is critical for these children so if they have a collection of books they can read that one favorite book over and over again and actually participate in the story." co-founder of 'us-tyme', linda salesky says reading can help boost a child's self-confidence and establish the social and emotional foundation for success in the future. reno's new u-s-l soccer team got nearly 45- hundred votes on the 'name the team' contest. officials say it was a tight race among three of the names so they're extending the voting period. the top three names include reno 1868 reno united and reno f-c. if you want to weight in on the final team name, voting ends this sunday at 11:59 p-m. the official team name is expected to be announced later this month, while the team logo, colors and coaching staff will be announced at a later date.
to vote just go to kolo tv dot com. a sky tavern ski instructor's invention is helping ski race teams across the nation. what it does that improves your performance on the hill. and time for some trivia. the average woman complains about this twice a day.... what is it? we'll have the answer after the break. "you're watching kolo 8 news now good morning reno with dave lawrence, amanda sanchez and lindsey matherly with your hour by hour forecast" refinancing your student loans has the potential to save you refinancing your student loans has the potential to save you thousands. but it's not always a good idea. sarah so when should you do it? we're breaking down your options... tonight five.
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incoming low pressure system will provide chances for light snowfall across the northern sierra and northwest nevada by late afternoon. a few inches of snowfall is possible with the best potential mainly north of interstate 80. high pressure will then build for the remainder of the week with drier conditions and milder temperatures for the weekend and early next week. increasing clouds are filtering their way across northern california this morning ahead of a quick moving shortwave trough. this trough will provide some potential for snow showers and a few inches of snowfall
northern sierra into lassen county. across western nevada, northern portions of washoe and pershing counties north of interstate 80 have the potential to see an inch or two of snowfall by this evening. could see snow showers as early as mid-afternoon as the system pushes inland with most snow showers quickly exiting to the east by early thursday morning. although only a few inches of snow is expected, this may still create traffic slow downs, icy roads, and possible chain controls across passes including donner summit, yuba pass, fredonyer pass, cedar pass, and portions of interstate 80 through pershing county. milder conditions will prevail into the start of the weekend as an
west coast. generally light winds will prevail with high temperatures warming a few degrees below seasonal averages. highs temperatures by friday will warm into the mid and upper 40s across the sierra and western nevada. several model runs show a weak brush-by system crossing the pacific northwest friday night into early saturday morning but they have been inconsistent on how far south precipitation extends. an incoming low pressure system will provide chances for light a local invention is
helping ski racers improve their form on the slopes. in ski racing, every second counts and the slightest variation from perfect form can mean the difference between placing first and last. traditionally racers watch film or are told at the end of a race what they did wrong. but, 'forward ski' -- invented by chris bender at sky tavern--is making a difference for the next generation of racers. "racers have some real basic body positions they have to maintain. one is a dynamic forward balance position and the other is independent foot. if you do not have those two things right, it is very hard to accomplish a good solid racing turn." "forward ski" uses a pressure sensor thats placed in the front end of a ski boot, to ensure a racer is leaning forward. if a skier isn't putting
enough pressure on it, a connected earbud will buzz in their ear and tell them to lean forward. forward ski is both designed and manufactured right here in reno and its being used by several tahoe area ski teams and other race teams across the country. is the cold weather putting a damper on your workout? . when you can't get outdoors for a workout, the lack of scenery can make it difficult to get going. and it's easy to lose your motivation when the temperatures are colder and the days feel shorter. but experts say there are things you can do to help add some variety to your indoor workout. "change the music up, or if you're running on a treadmill watching t-v, change that up a little bit so it's not the same. get your senses activated, that gets us out of our head, we forget about our discomforts a little bit more too." psychologist doctor scott bee bea , from the cleveland clinic suggests setting specific fitness goals, and allow yourself an incentive or a reward for accomplishing those goals.
that's what these people are trying to find out. the 39th annual empire state building run-up will be held in new york city today. the fastest runners can reach the top of the empire state building in about ten minutes. with the super bowl just days away -- fans have all sorts of traditions to predict the winner ahead of the game. in montana, they look to ozzy - a 700-pound grizzly bear - to pick the winner. ozzy took his time to walk around - and think about it a bit before making his decision. he finally chose the cake with the horse logo on it. that's right - he went with the broncos over the panthers this year. for the record, ozzy did correctly predict a
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drunk driving. pressure system will provide chances for light snowfall across the northern sierra and northwest nevada by late afternoon. a few inches of snowfall is possible with the best potential mainly north of interstate 80. high pressure will then build for the remainder of the week with drier conditions and milder temperatures for the weekend and early next week.
filtering their way across northern california this morning shortwave trough. this trough will provide some potential for snow showers and a few inches of snowfall especially from the hey, there. in today's "techbytes" -- amazon coming to a mall near you. the internet retail giant opened its first brick and mortar store last year. >> now, word from a mall operating firm is that amazon is looking to open as many as 400 stores. no word from amazon itself of any such plan. what's app has reached a major milestone. the popular instant messaging app has announced that it currently has 1 billion active users. >> they share 42 billion messages. 1.6 billion photos. and 250 million videos a day. >> whoo, i'm tired. >> yes. and finally, facebook's android app is now being blamed for eating up more than just your time.
>> some of us thought this was the case. tests show uninstalling the app on your device saves up to 20% of the battery's life. doing so speeds up your hand set's overall performance. good tip. >> good tip indeed. all right. those are your "te i have asthma... ...one of many pieces in my life. so when my asthma symptoms kept coming back on my long-term control medicine, i talked to my doctor and found a missing piece in my asthma treatment. once-daily breo prevents asthma symptoms. breo is for adults with asthma not well controlled on a long-term asthma control medicine, like an inhaled corticosteroid. breo won't replace a rescue inhaler for sudden breathing problems. breo opens up airways to help improve breathing for a full 24 hours. breo contains a type of medicine that increases the risk of death from asthma problems and may increase the risk of hospitalization in children and adolescents. breo is not for people whose asthma is well controlled on a long-term asthma control medicine, like an inhaled corticosteroid. once your asthma is well controlled, your doctor will decide if you can stop breo and prescribe a different asthma control medicine, like an inhaled corticosteroid. do not take breo more than prescribed. see your doctor if your asthma
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