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breakin more on that breaking news now out of washoe valley. a man was killed after getting hit on the interstate. kolo 8 news now's rebecca kitchen is live with the details. the nevada highway patrol says one man is dead after he was hit by a car on i-580 near bowers mansion. trooper duncan dauber says the man was lying in the northbound lanes on i-580 when he was struck by a honda civic around 1:07 a.m. on february 8th. remsa tried to revive the man but pronounced him dead a short time later. care flight was reportedly enroute but was turned around. all northbound lanes on i-580 to bellevue road are closed in washoe valley. it is not clear if alcohol was a factor in this crash the nevada highway patrol says one man is dead after he was hit by a car on i-580 near bowers mansion.
the man was lying in the northbound lanes on i-580 when he was struck by a honda civic around 1:07 a.m. on february 8th. remsa tried to revive the man but pronounced him dead a short time later. care flight was reportedly enroute but was turned around. all northbound lanes on i-580 to bellevue road are closed in washoe valley. it is not clear if alcohol was a factor in this crash more breaking news out of sparks. police are investigating an armed robbery at the alamo casino on greg street. it happened around 4:30 this morning. police say a white man about 5-foot-8 robbed a clerk at the casino's cashier cage. the clerk told police the man appeared to have black paint on his face. fortunately no one was injured. if you have any information that can help police, call secret witness at 322-4900. let's go to lindsey matherly with a look at
high pressure will bring generally light winds and unseasonably mild daytime temperatures this week. strong valley inversions will continue today, then weaken during the next few days as weak low pressure slowly approaches the west coast. precipitation chances remain slim for the upcoming week. the main short term weather issue is the gusty east ridge level winds along the sierra crest and carson range, generally ranging from 50-60 mph since yesterday with a maximum gust of 74 mph at alpine meadows summit. these wind speeds should trend downward today, although some gusts near 55 mph could still occur. on lake tahoe, wind gusts were peaking near 25 mph on we're just a day away from the first primary of the 20-16 presidential race. the candidates are canvassing the granite state for votes. scott muh-klayn mclean is in manchester, new hampshire with the latest.
follows-- bernie! bernie! like a good neighbor... new hampshire voters are there for vermont senator bernie sanders. that's according to latest ic-n-n/w-m-u-r poll of democratic voters... it shows sanders with 58-percent support -- 23 points ahead of hillary clinton. presidential candidate when we began this campaign here in new hampshire, we were 30 points down in the polls and she was much better known in this state than i was. at least one political analyst isn't putting much stock in those numbers. "it is the hardest state in the world to poll. there is no way that bernie sanders is going to beat her by 30 points, i think she's going to come in under 10." meanwhile, hillary clinton left new hampshire sunday for a meeting in flint, michigan... where contaminated water threatens a community's health presidential candidate "the children of flint are just as precious as the children of any other part of america." the issue is sure to come up in the run-up to michigan's march eighth vote. presidential candidate "if i came in second, i wouldn't be happy" meanwhile on the republican side, the latest cnn polling shows about a third of voters supporting donald trump
slightly more than twice the support of his nearest competitor marco rubio. come tuesday, it could be the end of the line for some candidates who don't perform well. "usually what happens, iowa and new hampshire weed out the weaker candidates and you might not have a lot of weeding out after tuesday." the gloves were off in new hampshire during the republican presidential debate saturday. donald trump doubled down on his controversial position on immigration, saying no one else wants to mention the problem. ted cruz took aim at the president saying he won't focus on defeating isis. candidates also slammed the affordable care act. they talked about north korea's missile-launch claims, jeb bush saying if a pre-emptive strike is necessary to keep americans safe, then we should do it. and there were heated exchanges between marco rubio and chris
this notion that barack obama doesn't know what he's doing is just not true? natsot christie there it is. the memorized 25- second speech. there it is, everybody butt with steph: you're getting pounded for repeating that speech? rubio: well, look we raised more money last night in the 1st hour that debate than any other debate in just a few days, we'll find out which candidate made the most compelling case to new hampshire voters. at least 38-people are dead after a 6.4 magnitude earthquake hit tainana, taiwan over the weekend. more than 170 victims were rescued from a 17-story apartment building that collapsed in tainan on saturday. rescuers believe at least 1-hundred people are still trapped inside the building. turning now to controversy in north korea. the united nations security council called an emergency meeting after north korea reportedly launched a satellite into space on saturday. although north korea says the launch was scientific and for peacful purposes, its being widely viewed as a front to test a ballistic missile. the united nations security council strongly disapproved
they will now adopt a new resolution in response to these dangerous and serious violations. divers will resume a search off the southern california coast today for wreckage from two small planes that collided last week. authorities say the remains of two victims and parts of one plane were recovered more than a 100-feet below the ocean surface yesterday. officials launched the search friday after both planes disappeared from radar, leading investigators to believe there was a collision. crews in new york removed pieces of the 565-foot crane that collapsed and killed one person and injured three others last friday. new york mayor, bill de blasio announced a new citywide safety measure for cranes following the deadly collapse. the new regulations will require crawler cranes to be placed in safety mode when winds reach 20 miles-per-hour and residents and business owners will also be notified whenever a crane is
sad news out of canada this morning. canadian police say two teenagers are dead and six others are injured after running into a concrete gate on a bobsleigh track. police say the teens broke into an olympic park to use the track. they say it branched off into a luge track - but it was separated by a concrete gate. two of the teens were pronounced dead on scene -- the other teens were taken to near by hospitals with injuries ranging from minor to critical. police say all of survivors are severely traumatized after the incident. in a matter of seconds, thousands of dollars in college tuition--gone-- after a virginia woman's purse was stolen at a dunkin donuts. roz plater reports. --reporter pkg-as follows-- the esteves family had stopped off at this dunkin donuts to grab a bite to eat before driving their 18 year old daughter back to college in pennsylvania. the family drove off...and and almost immediately...maria esteves realized she had left her purse behind...in it was her
"i had an envelope from the bank with 10-thousand dollars inside it." in this surveillance tape you can see the woman police say stole it. you can see her looking around and slipping the purse inside her own. a few minutes later, esteves returns and is heartbroken to find her purse gone. "i was in shock...at first i could not believe...i was crying, my daughter was crying and screaming..." she had worked hard to save that money... "i clean houses for more than 25 years..." fairfax county police want you to take a good look at the suspected thief... investigators say she is white...about 5'7"...between 30 and 40 years old. this is the vehicle she got into: a dark colored s-u-v, believed to be a 2009 to 2011 mitsubishi endeavor. estevez says she knows getting her money back is a long shot, but she is still holding out hope. "in my heart i know that maybe something will happen...i hope i can get my money back. i just
the center for disease control has new guidelines for women trying to get pregnant. why women across the country are weighing in on what is said to be controversial advice. flaky red itchy skin is common during the winter months. expert tips on how to take care of your skin in this dry climaye. "you're watching kolo 8 news now good morning reno with dave lawrence, amanda sanchez and lindsey matherly with your hour by hour forecast"
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bring generally light winds and unseasonably mild daytime temperatures this week. strong valley inversions will continue today, then weaken during the next few days as weak low pressure slowly approaches the west coast. precipitation chances
the main short term weather issue is the gusty east ridge level winds along the sierra crest and carson range, generally ranging from 50-60 mph since yesterday with a maximum gust of 74 mph at alpine meadows summit. these wind speeds should trend downward today, although some gusts near 55 mph could
peaking near 25 mph on mid-lake buoys. these winds will produce choppy conditions with wave heights near 2 feet along the west shores mainly through this morning, but not quite reaching the threshold for a lake wind advisory. otherwise, as the ridge axis moves east of the sierra crest by this evening, overall wind speeds will
level tuesday-wednesday, a to southwest flow is expected in higher elevations as the ridge eastern nv. one irritating thing many of us deal with during these cold winter months is the dry winter air. from static in our hair to dry skin and eyes... the cold winter air can wreak havoc on our bodies. according to doctor daniel allan... a physician at cleveland clinic.. dry air can not only be annoying.. but it can play a role in how often you get sick. "your sinuses will dry out. the mucus that normally should be gooey and thick and can trap infection gets drier. so you're more likely to get a cold because your mucus is not as able to catch things that you breathe in." doctor allen says one way to combat the
humidity through either a home humidifier or even placing large bowls of water around your house. but don't overdo it... too much humidity can cause mold and dust mites to grow and could cause respiratory issues... the proper is between thirty and fifty percent. other tips... shorten your showers and don't make them too hot. also you can try applying a natural moisturizer before you get out of the shower. the c-d-c is apologizing after a controversial recommendation to women. it says women should refrain from drinking alcohol.. saying the risk to babies is too high. the reaction has been fierce. many women saying that
far. here's abc's gloria riviera. take out today in bold women across the country?sounding off over the cdc's new guidelines on alcohol and pregnancy. mos navy jacket: it just makes no sense to me. // mos pink jacket woman: are you serious? is this really what you feel comfortable telling your wife, your sister, your daughter? gfx & gfx pullot? v/o: while many women support the cdc's long standing warning about the dangers of drinking while pregnant - the new guidelines hit a nerve?because they go further?telling health professionals to: "advise a woman to stop drinking if she is trying to get pregnant or not using birth control with sex." v/o:
social media?calling the advice: v/o tweets: kate.l.maxwell @katelmax : patronizing, reactionary sexist. mos woman in headscarf: i feel like they are over-stepping the boundary in terms of what women can do with their own bodies. sot dr. jennifer ashton chief women's health corresponden "this is perhaps the right intention, with a very wrong execution." v/o: the cdc points out half of all pregnancies in the us are unplanned. many women don't know they are pregnant for several weeks?possibly, unintentionally, putting their child at risk.
dodolars in grants are being offered to help train nevada students in high-paying science and technology jobs. 'the stem workforce challenge grant' was awarded to six programs earlier this month. western nevada college will recieve a portion of the grant for their welding programs. the college of southern nevada and the nevada state college will also recieve a portion of the grant for a program that will teach hydroponics and other techniques for farming in the desert, among other things. forget peyton manning...beyonce took over twitter during the superbowl. so just how much love did she get online? that story and more is
hey, there. in today's "techbytes" -- the top twitter mentions during the super bowl. >> beyonce took the top spot, the half time show, receiving more than 2 1/2 @mentions. million. many iphone owners are angry at apple. >> their iphone 6s are showing an error. apple says it's a security message after the phones were repaired by someone other than apple. if you get the message, contact apple support. and has facebook officially put an end to the concept of six degrees of separation? >> according to the facebook
facebook users, there's an average of 3.57 degrees of separation between them. how many degrees of separation between kevin bacon still? (crowd cheering) abdominal pain. urgent diarrhea. you never know when ibs-d will show up. now there's prescription xifaxan. xifaxan is a new ibs-d treatment that helps relieve your diarrhea and abdominal pain symptoms. do not use xifaxan if you have a history of sensitivity to rifaximin, rifamycin antibiotic agents, or any components of xifaxan. tell your doctor right away if your diarrhea worsens while taking xifaxan, as this may be a sign of a serious or even fatal condition. tell your doctor if you have liver disease or are taking other medications, because these may increase the amount of xifaxan in your body. tell your doctor if you are pregnant, plan on becoming pregnant, or are nursing.