tv News 4--- Today NBC February 26, 2016 5:00am-7:00am PST
3 (samantha)>> plus.. a long- awaited development in reno's new professional soccer team... the name that made the cut after thousands voted ... and what comes next. 3 (bill)>> and... sparks were flying during last night's gop debate in houston.. the insults and the comebacks.. these stories and more.. coming up on this friday, february 26, 2016. 3 ((male voice: you're watching news 4 today on your side in high definition.)) 3 (bill)>> good morning 3 and thank you for choosing us to start your day. i'm bill
3 (alex - live) 3 report from sparks pd for stolen carattempt to find car red chevy cruzedeputy sheriff found car in parking lot attempted to make contactone suspect pulled out gun and fired at deputy sheriffhe fired back suspect died on sceneone suspect taken to renown by careflightdeputy sheriff was shot in hand... transported as welltotal of 4 3 suspects... two detained haven't been identified yet... working with sparks pdunknown number of weapons invovlednv division of investigation for criminal aspectreached out to sheriff furlong in carson city to see if they can help with
3 ((mcneil: "we have 3 all the subjects accounted admit that it was just the four of them in the vehicle.")) 3 (alex - live)reporting live, alex cannito. back to you. 3 (samantha)>> now to an update.. concerning the shooting in kansas..... police say the shooter has been identified as cedric ford. and investigators say he is responsible for a workplace
hesston, that injured 14 people... and left four people dead.. including the shooter. authorities say ford.. who worked at "excel industries".... stole a vehicle... shot people in the street and parking lot... and opened fire inside his workplace. this morning... five people remain in critical condition. 3 (bill)>> closer to home.. a series of car burglaries in the virginia lake area has residents and authorities on high alert. >> reno police say the thieves don't want to steal your car.instead, they want your garage door opener. officers say the thieves want to steal items from your garage in order to pawn them. they say residents who park their car outside their home, need to make sure their garage door opener is not accessible to a criminal. 3 (sam)>> > more than 100 homeless people will go another night without a bed to sleep in.volunteers of america does not have an overflow shelter right now... because someone vandalized the building they were renting. police say vandals stole copper wiring... and stripped the electrical and heating systems... which caused flooding...now... the volunteers of america director is trying to find a new
possible.in the meantime the homeless shelter has been using warming rooms and extra offices to give people a place to stay overnight... but they have to sleep sitting up. 3 ((:what they did by shutting down this building, i don't think they true effects of what they did. i mean that's 110 people that, potentially, if we didn't have the extra space here, would be out on the streets.")) 3 (sam)>> if you know of a space that could work for the overflow shelter...we have information about how to contact volunteers of america on our website-- my news four dot com.
look 3 outside...current conditions and skycam 3 (bill, samantha)>> we'll toss it over to meteorologist tim studebaker.. yesterday...we hit the 70 degree mark in reno...well above 3 average and not terribly far from the record of 73. today...we'll be once again very warm and near the record...but the breezes will be picking up.for today...look for warm temperatures...bre ezyyto gusty conditions...and a mix of sun & clouds.a weak disturbance is approaching and will pass mostly to our north later tonight. that will provide breezy to gusty winds today into tomorrow. otherwise a mix of sun & clouds. shower chances pick up mostly north of reno-sparks tonight into tomorrow morning. snow showers for the upper elevations north of reno- sparks.temperatures are seasonably cool to start the day once again. here's a look at the current temperatures. well above average later today.
3 (samantha)3 >> reno's pro finally has a it's been a decision that's been months in the making... in the end, they narrowed the name down to just three, and the winner was chosen in landslide fashion...reno's new united soccer league franchise will be called the "reno 1868 football club"...a lot of deep thought went into the decision, and the logo, font and numbers all have reasoning behind them...1868 is the date that the transcontinental railroad hit our area, so essentially.. it's the birth of reno...team president eric edelstein says that the response from the community has been amazing...
positive. it's something our baseball fans have been talking about. um our non- baseball fans are now getting to know us because they have a new reason to know us. we just feel like we're more attached to the community than we ever have, having both sports.)) 3 (samantha)>> the reno 1868 football club will play their games at aces ballpark in downtown reno...for more information on the team and tickets...just go to our website, my-news-4.com... 3 (bill)>> the fate of a local golf course hangs in the balance. residents want to keep wildcreek golf course a part of the neighborhood. however.. the reno sparks vistitors and convention authority though is looking to stop golf operations, and sell the property rscva chairman "bob lucy" says the golf course is not profitable and is losing money. ...about 200 thousand dollars every year for golf operations. the property has been owned by the rscva for about thirty years, and it's looking to get out of the golf business to focus on convention centers, the bowling stadium, and other event centers that bring in tourists.the board of
the golf course, but instead... transferring it to another municipality. 3 (( they want to see 3 these are the types of issues for quality of life and parks, for the citizens. and it needs to be in the entity that control that for them)) 3 (bill)>> the rscva will approach washoe county to gaugue their interest in taking over. bob lucy, the rscva chairmain is also a washoe county commissioner. 3 (samantha)>> >> here's a quick look at what is happening today around the truckee meadows.. the washoe county school district is holding an overcrowding and repairs meeting.it's happening at the school district headquarters on ninth street.. at 9 this morning..there will be an opportunity for public comment. 3 (samantha)>> and... ."carson city health and human services" will be hosting a free community job fair today. it's happening from 2 to 4:30 this afternoon... at the carson city community center.
looking to hire in various fields.veterans will get early admission at 1:30 p.m. 3 (bill)>> "nevada department of public safety" officials are looking to add to their team... hoping to fill dispatch positions immediately. jobs in what is being called a fast-paced working environment are availible in carson city... elko and las vegas. dispatchers work directly with nevada highway patrol troopers 24 hours a day.in carson city... officials say they have the least amount of dispatchers currently employed in years... and people are working mandatory overtime shifts.to apply... you must be able to pass a criminal backgrount check... have a high school education... be fluent in english and be able to type 45 words per minute. 3 swoosh sound 3 (samantha)>> the big cleanup is underway across the southeast....>> we look at some of the damage caused by a massive storm system... in north carolina.the story.. still ahead. 3 (bill)>> plus... iran has announced that it will start rocket testing in the upcoming days...why some are saying it breaches a u-n security
with us... 3 >> iran says it will conduct a rocket test in the next few days - part of what it calls a space launch program.(bill)>> but it added two missile tests last fall... raising eyebrows in washington - with some saying such tests violates a u-n security council resolution.(samantha) >> our national correspondent kristine frazao takes a look at what's at stake. 3 ((a show of forcea&on iranian state tv, leaders flaunt a missile storage facility. now, new information the islamic republic plans yet another a test, a space launch, in the coming days.fred"this space
range of 4-5000 kilometers. there's no chance that this is for satellites or putting monkeys into space. this is a test of an icbm"the i-c-b-m or intercontinental ballistic missile tests are not prohibited by the iran nuclear deal.but fred fleitz, a former c-i-a analyst , says it's flexing its muscle both with other ballistic missile tests conducted last fall ,(nats) and a recent letter from an iranian general to president hassan rouhani - suggesting the goal of forcing americans back to the negotiating table. fred fleitz/former cia analyst it wouldn't surprise me that the reason they're making these provocative statements is that they would like to get concessions out of the west especially the united states." stand-upconcessions, like additional sanctions relief, which is raising concerns from lawmakers on both sides of the aislerep. will hurd/r-texas "are they trying to target our friends like israel? how are they trying to threaten the balance of power within the middle east against some of these other moderate sunni arab nations?"rep. james himes/d-connecticut "if their activities are outside of their obligations that's not leverage, that's a cause for sanctions and for punishment by the international community."still- some experts call iran's actions "propaganda with department saying so far there have been no violations.though no doubt will be watching future of an
3 (sam)3 >> that was kristen frazao reporting for us this morning...(bill)>> now.. let's toss it over to meteorologist tim studebaker. 3 for today...temperatures are still warm...but breezy to gusty conditions pick up across the area and tonight things turn unsettled with a chance for showers north of reno-sparks.a quiet start in reno with cool
skies...and calm winds. those will will pick up later today, though.temperatures are seasonably cool to start the day once again. here's a look at the current temperatures. well above average later today. a weak disturbance is approaching and will pass mostly to our north later tonight. that will provide breezy to gusty winds today into tomorrow. otherwise a mix of sun & clouds. shower chances pick up mostly north of reno-sparks tonight into tomorrow morning. snow showers for the upper elevations north of reno- sparks.heading into tomorrow...breezy conditions remain but still mostly dry. a little unsettled heading into next week.with today's breezy to gusty conditions...a lake wind advisory has been issued for lake tahoe. the details are on your screen.for today...look for warm temperatures...breezyyto gusty conditions...and a mix of sun & clouds.on the 7 day forecast...look for breezy and warm conditions for the next couple of days...still mainly dry with showers staying mostly north of reno sparks. heading into next week...just
3 (tim)3 >> two days after a series of tornadoes ripped though parts of north carolina...., storm victims are beginning the cleanup process. in oxford, north carolina residents started picking through the rubble that used to be their homes. several tornadoes were spotted by residents across the state as a powerful storms delivered strong winds and heavy rain.the storms toppled trees and downed power lines leaving nearly 20- thousand people in the state without power. at least eight people were killed in the storms that rolled through the southeast wednesday. 3 swoosh sound 3 (bill)>> new developments in the ongoing lawsuit involving
he is dropping his lawsuit against model beverly johnson. 3 (samantha)>> plus.. it was hard to get a word in edgewise.. during last night's gop debate in houston... was it really a debate.. or just a shouting- match... the story .. when we return. 3 (tim)>> and here's a look at your flig delays this
in a debate last night to win support. (bill)>> nbc news correspondent edward lawrence has the latest from washington 3 decision 2016 swoosh sound3 3 c((("courtesy of cnn") super burned inthe debate, contentious!(sot: donald trump/ (r) presidential candidate :03-:06) "first of all, this guy is a choke artist and this guy's a liar." donald trump was attacked from the right and the left by senators ted cruz and marco rubio, who joined in a tag team to knock trump out of favor with (sot: ted cruz/ (r) presidential candidate "anyone who really cared about illegal immigration wouldn't be hiring illegal immigrants."(sot: marco rubio/ (r) presidential candidate :21-:26) "you're the only person on this stage who's ever been fined for hiring people to work on your project
(sot: donald trump/ (r) presidential candidate :27-:30) "no, no. i'm the only one on this stage who's hired people. you haven't hired anybody."senator marco rubio went on an against trump attacking not only his immigration ideas but his health care plan, among rubio: "so, that's the only part of the plan? just the lines?" bash: (inaudible)trump: "the nice part of the plan -- you'll have many different plans. you'll have competition, you'll have so many different plans."rubio: "now he's repeating himself." flashtrump: "talk about repeating himself, i watched him repeat himself five times four weeks ago."rubio: "i just watched you repeat yourself five times five seconds ago." the fighting led to this moment by ben carson.. who felt he could not get airtime. (voice of: dr. ben carson/ (r) presidential candidate 1:06-1:09) not seen on cam"can somebody attack me please?" last night's debate sets the stage for voters to decide on super tuesday.. (--- reporter live tag ---)donald trump is winning all the polls in the super tuesday states except one.. texas.leading in the polls there is senator ted cruz in the state he already represents in congress.live in washington.. edward lawrence nbc news.)) 3 (bill)>> thanks, edward.. .this morning, nbc's kristen welker is with the democratic campaign.. as it gets ready for a big weekend in south carolina.. she has a preview of what is coming up later ...
3 ((coming up on today secretary clinton and senator sanders in the final sprint for south carolina, we'll tell you why some of sanders supporters think he may have given up on this state. plus, secretary clinton gets some tough questions from a black lives matter supporter; we'll tell you how she's responding. and her campaign increasingly setting its sights on the general election, we'll have all the highlights and more coming up on today. )) 3 (bill)>> in legal news.. comedian bill cosby has dropped his defamation lawsuit against supermodel beverly johnson. cosby's lawyers say they dropped the civil suit because in their words..... criminal proceedings in pennsylvania impede mister cosby's ability to fully participate in going forward with the civil case against ms. johnson.they say they plan to re-file the civil case against johnson before the statute of limitations expires. in her memoir, johnson accuses cosby of drugging her and trying to rape her without success at his home in the 1980's. 3 some amazing video for you
an asia- pacific airways jet made an spectacular emergency landing today in guam. the nose gear of the cargo plane failed to deploy .... so the flight crew had only the rear wheels to touch down on.. you can see the front of the plane hitting the ground as it landed.only three people were on the flight.nobody was hurt. there was no smoke or fire, and airport operations were not affected. 3 swoosh sound 3 (bill)>> governor brian sandoval.. was reportedly being considered by the white house... to fill the vacancy left by the death of supreme court justice antonin scalia....>> what the governor had to say in an official statement ... the story.. in the next half hour of news 4
3 (bill)>> plus.. .a 3 sparks mother continues to fight for justice and protect the community. why carole nicoletti is asking for the public's help in keeping a killer behind bars. 3 (samantha)>> and... helping the homeless .. how one man is making it his mission to do just that... these stories and more.. coming up on this friday, february 26, 2016. . 3 ((male voice: you're watching news 4 today on your side in high definition.)) 3 (sam)>> good morning and thank you for choosing us to start your day. i'm samantha boatman. (bill)>> and i'm bill frankmore.. 3 (sam)3 >> we continue to follow a
springs this morning... where one person died in an officer involved shooting.news 4's alex cannito is live on scene with the latest developments. 3 (alex - live) 3 report from sparks pd for stolen carattempt to find car red chevy cruzedeputy sheriff found car in parking lot attempted to make contactone suspect pulled out gun and fired at deputy sheriffhe fired back suspect died on sceneone suspect taken to renown by careflightdeputy sheriff was shot in hand... transported as welltotal of 4 suspects... two detained haven't been identified yet...
number of weapons invovlednv division of investigation for criminal aspectreached out to sheriff furlong in carson city to see if they can help with corrinor's report 3 ((mcneil: "that way we have complete transparency with the lyon county sheriff's office reaching out to other agencies to do the investigation.")) 3 (alex - live)reporting live,
3 (bill)>> a sparks mother has been battling for 23 years to keep her daughter's killer from getting out of jail... and she's asking for the publics help to do that.. once again.on monday... simon macias will ask the parole board for his freedom for the 8th time. he was convicted of murdering 19 year old susan nicoleti in 1992.the couple had been married for a year... when he stabbed her to death and buried her in trash bags. because macias was sentenced to life in prison -with- the possibility of parole every 2-3 years ....susan's mother carole nicoletti goes door to door collecting petition signatures to present to the parole board..since her daughter's death ... she has collected 144- thousand signatures... but after each denial.. she has to start over again...for the next parole hearing. 3 ((14:25:13 "i feel it's so important to keep simon macias
destroy another family like he's done to us. )) 3 (bill)>> simon macias will go before the parole board monday morning in carson city... if you would like more information on how to sign the petition....we've posted a link on my news four. com. 3 (sam)>> now to an update to a story we brought you yesterday on news 4 today.... after sources said the white house was considering nevada governor brian sandoval as one of several potential nominees to the supreme court...sandoval is setting the record straight. he issued the following statement yesterday... "earlier today, i notified the white house that i do not wish to be considered at this time for possible nomination to the supreme court of the united states.i have also spoken to senators reid, heller and mcconnell and expressed the same desire to them." end quote. 3 (sam)>> nevada senator harry
toss it 3 over to meteorologist tim studebaker...yesterday...we hit the 70 degree mark in reno...well above average and not terribly far from the record of 73. today...we'll be once again very warm and near the record...but the breezes will be picking up.for today...look for warm temperatures...bre3 ezyyto gusty conditions...and a mix of sun & clouds.a weak disturbance is approaching and will pass mostly later tonight. that will provide winds today into tomorrow. otherwise a mix of sun & clouds. pick up mostly sparks tonight into tomorrow morning. snow showers for the upper elevations sparks.temperatures are seasonably cool once again. here's a look at the current temperatures. well above average later 7 day forecast coming up. 3 (bill)3 >> u-n-r's cooperative extension hosted the nevada
experts had two main focuses... international market forces and rebounding from the drought.nevada exports a large amount of alfalfa hay and livestock to china and japan.and the international market plays a major role in the silver state's agricultural economy. thanks to this wet winter... 2016 will be a better year for production... but... as you produce more... the price goes down.this delicate balance and international pressure could make for an interesting season. 3 ((harris: "so we have a good year with the rain, we're producing more, if you don't have the increase in demand like two or three years ago when china was really expanding, they were buying a lot of goods, not they're really not." )) 3 (bill)>> doctor harris also commented on the potential growth in local and urban agriculture right here in reno. for more on this story, head to our website, my-news- four-dot-com. 3 (samantha)>> if you are in the mood for some delicious barbecue.. you can enjoy some today at "famous dave's" and
same time. members of local law enforcement.. and special olympics athletes will serve as celebrity wait staff... helping to deliver food and refill drinks, all for "tips" for the special olympics! today's event is at "famous dave's barbecue" at 49-25 kietzke lane.. from 11-30 this morning until 2:30 p-m for lunch.. and from 5 to 9 for dinner. 3 (samantha)>> donated tips from today's event will benefit the more than four- thousand athletes in the special olympics program here in nevada. 3 swoosh sound 3 (bill)it his mission to help the homeless....>> we have his story in this week's
giving. (bill)>> this week the chideo causewire takes a look at how one man's project is bringing homes to those in need. 3 (( 0:05 0:09 courtesy gfx nationswell (youtube)greg kloehn knows that one person's trash can truly become someone else'streasure. by sourcing illegally dumped materials, he's created shelters for people in need.0:15 0:22 gfx gregory kloehn (founder, homeless homes)sot "look what they're taking, and look what they're doing with it. you know, it'sso little, but it's really making their life. that's what they're living off of."based in california, the "homeless homes" project creates more than just shelters, but places for people to call home.sot "i know their names, i know their story, i feel comfortable going up andchatting with them, just hanging out as a person."0:33 0:39 gfx homelesshomesprojecc..rryou can help kloehn's project at homelesshomesprojeccddttrr. 0:39 0:47 courtesy gfx can't do nothing (youtube)milana vayntrub is best known for her
comedy, butshe found nothing funny while vacationing in greece when she learned of the realities of the refugee crisis.0:50 0:55 gfx milana vayntrub (founder, can't do nothing)sot "i was supposed to fly home like four hours ago, but i'm not going to do that. i don't want to be a passive citizen anymore."vayntrub, a refugee herself from uzbekistan, could not stand idly by.sot "now that i'm back i'm starting an organization called "can't do nothing". i think there is lots that we can all do to make the world a betterplace.15 gfx you can help and do something at cantdonothingdotorgg.chideo causewire.)) 3 3 (bill)3 >> a horse is a horse.. of course., of course... except when it's a unicorn.... is it real or is it imaginary? you decide.. after the break. 3 >> and if you have a facebook to "like" krnv news 4!become a fan of our own facebook page
discussion.3 >> a white pony outfitted as a unicorn for a children's birthday party led chp troopers on a not- so merry chase wednesday nightthe pony darted away from a child... and started to run into the road outside fresno.just a disclosure here... the pony was *not* hurt.troopers were able to locate it by using a c-h-p chopper... and then captured it with the help of a nearby resident.according to troopers... some people were hesitant to report the pony... with the pink halter and the horn in the roadway... as a unicorn.but others were quite sure they had actually seen one.all kidding aside.... troopers say children shouldn't be in charge of restraining large animals like that.the unruly pony weighed about 500 pounds.
toss it over to meteorologist tim studebaker... 3 for 3 today...temperatures are still warm...but breezy to gusty 3 conditions pick up across the area and tonight things turn unsettled with a chance for showers north of reno-sparks.a quiet start in reno with cool temperatures...clear skies...and calm winds. those will will pick up later today, though.3 temperatures are seasonably cool to start the day once again. here's a look at the current temperatures. well
weak disturbance is approaching and will pass mostly to our north later tonight. that will provide breezy to gusty winds today into tomorrow. otherwise a mix of sun & clouds. shower chances pick up mostly north of reno-sparks tonight into tomorrow morning. snow showers for the upper elevations north of reno- sparks.heading into tomorrow...breezy conditions remain but still mostly dry. a little unsettled heading into next week.with today's breezy to gusty conditions...a lake wind advisory has been issued for lake tahoe. the details are on your screen.for today...look for warm temperatures...breezyyto gusty conditions...and a mix of sun & clouds.on the 7 day forecast...look for breezy and warm conditions for the next couple of days...still mainly dry with showers staying mostly north of reno sparks. heading into next week...just a little unsettled with minor
coronado cougars..first half the cougars jumped out to an early lead...nick davis gets and throws it back in for two.. coronado up 8..later in the second..hey whats a carson highlight without someting from jayden dejoseph..the catch and shoot is good for 3...senators down five though.. to the fourth..carson trying to get back in it..its jayden dejoseph again for the three... the senators would cut it down to 7 but they could not pull off the comeback.. coronado wins it 53-43 over carson to the state title game...face... the reno huskies opened their tournament bishop gorman..to the first david kyle cuts to the reno down one...but bishop gorman would just take byron frohnen with the reverse look easy... gorman up three.later in the first zach collins with the rim rattler...gorman rocks and even though division one boys teams are out, we're still proud of what they did on the court this season...and for that reason...you can still re-live the instant classic that was the title game between the carson senators and the reno huskies...you can catch this game on our sister station, my 21tv at 7:00 on friday night... over on the division one girls side, the northern champion bishop manogue lady miners have racked up a record of 21-2 overall...but the ladies would have their hands full from 26-3 liberty, the champions out of the sunrise region in southern nevada... back to lawlor events center... straight to the 4th quarter... miners down 6... but junior captain...katie 3 tuner travels downcourt and speeds her way in for two... she led manogue tonight with 17 points...a few minutes
pushing, and malia holt gets 3 manogue within three points of the patriots lead...in the closing minute madie camacho puts in an easy two... to make it 54-49 liberty...in the end the patriots top the miners 59-53 to advance to the state title game...first game of the day at lawlor featured the northern runner up, reno, against sunset region champion, cetennial...in the second... huskies' star mallory mcgwire ... with a power move inside... it doesn't go the first time but it will the second...reno down 8...later, the kick out 3 to sophomore mikayla shults... she drains the tripple with :22 seconds left before the half... huskies down 13... and before time expired for the break... n-b-a range three ball from daranda hinkey... in the end centennial rolls, 82-53 over reno...switching to the silver and blue, the university of nevada women's track and field team kicked
conference indoor meet with a win in albuquerque...take you to the women's pentathlon and what a day for nicole wadden... the junior set a new nevada record for the event with 4,060 points while taking home the women's pentathlon title... wadden went into the day with the top score this season in the conference, and proceeded to win the high jump and 800 meter events on her way to the championship...she is the first individual winner in any
mountain west conference... many people are stay. >> the temperatures will still the record isolate on a. look at the wind forecast and highs coming up. 2016. you're watching "news 4 today" on your side in high definition. >> and a good friday morning. thanks so much for choosing us to start out your day. glorious day yesterday. today could be in the same territory, but a little wind year. >> we are a couple degrees away from possibly breaking a high. we'll be checking in with meteorologist tim study baker. nonetheless, sounds like it's going to be a very pleasant weekend out there. >> that's coming up in a bit. first in your news, one
others injured in an officer- night. alex knito joins us now live. latest developments in morning. >> reporter: good morning, bill. the shooting happened at this nugget casino in silver springs. as you can see behind me, officials still on scene this morning, searching for more information as to exactly what happened in this shooting. but what we do know, based on what officials told us last night, shortly after the shooting happened, is that the lyon county sheriff's reports from the sparks police department around 8:30 last night asking for help in searching for a red chevy cruise. we're told it was around 10:00 p.m. when the deputy sheriff went to the lyon sheriff's office, found the car in this parking lot at the nugget casino in silver springs. he then attempted to make contact with the suspects in the car. we're told there were four suspects total. we're told one suspect pulled out a gun, firing at the deputy sheriff, firing back, and one of those
the deputy sheriff was transported as well. he was shot in the hand, but at this time, we don't know the extent of those injuries. we're told two are being detained at this time though they have yet to be identified. still waiting on that information. several agencies are working on the investigation. the nevada division of investigation, the washoe county crime lab. we're told the lyon office reached out to see if they can help with the coroner's report. but again, we are still waiting on quite a quite a bit of information >> we have all the subjects accounted for one of the subjects did admit there were just the four in the vehicle. >> reporter: as soon as we find out information, like the identity of the suspect, if there were more suspects involved, and of course what exactly led to this officer-involved shooting, we will bring you that information right here on news 4. so please stay with us for the very latest developments in this investigation.
back to you >> alex, thank you. meanwhile elsewhere in this country a shooter in a work-place shooting in heston, kansas, has been identified as cedrick ford. the shooting left 14 people injured, four dead, including the shooter. authorities say ford stole a vehicle, shot people in the street parking lot, then opened fire inside his workplace. five people remain in critical condition this morning. the law enforcement officer who was first on scene reportedly brought down the shooter. well after sources said the white house was considering nevada governor brian sandoval as one of several potential nominees to the circuit court, sandoval is setting the record straight. yesterday he issued the following statement, quote: "earlier today, i notified the white house that i do not wish to be considered at this time for possible nomination to the circuit court of the united states. i have also spoken to senators reid, keller, and mccon nell, and expressed the same desire to
harry reid later released a statement, saying he supports the governor's decision. all right. how about a quick peek outside as we get you going at 6:04 on this friday? we have a great looking weekend. unfortunately we don't want summer and the real warm stuff to come -- >> just yet. >> yeah. usually we're like, "oh gosh, i can't wait still spring, can't wait till summer." we need some snow. >> i'd love to see more snowstorms before our chances -- of course the later we go in the year, the lower our chances get. we have good chances to see some sort of winter precip before the winter is over. we're still in winter for about another month. but i'd like to see that happen sooner rather than later before we lose our chance. >> and it doesn't look like there's anything in the 7-day that's going to be anything substantial >> no not really. there could be slick rods in northern parts of the sierra and higher elevations. we have a teak disturbance passing off to our north as we go into the night tonight. instead it's going to be
63 tomorrow i can't write a big substantial check. but i can give $5. >> reporter: and it can make live savings for cancer research. he cannot run the way he used to but he started cycling. and years later, he made the team usa paracycling team. >> if you want to get involved in the fight, you write down someone that is affected by
friends to do the same and donate $5 to help fight cancer. it sounds pretty easy. 6:18. we have a good looking weekend out there. and today maybe a little windy. >> a little on the breezy side today and tomorrow. other than that, we're very much above the average on the temperatures and close to the record later today. the record stands at 72 we're going to be 71. we'll have some shower activity mostly north of reno. and right now 37 in reno 350e7b
and you see the clouds moving in from the west and there's moisture off the coast that is mostly going to skirt north of us as we head into the night time hours tonight. and we'll see a chance showers. and the biggest impact that we'll see with the system will be the winds picking up today and tomorrow. into the 50s for the eastern side of the state today and into the 60s and a few low 70s for western nevada today, including 72 in fallon for your high. and up around the lake, upper 50s to near 60s. it will be breezy and 15 to 25 out of the southwest and ridge gusts 75 miles an hour and valleys gusting to about 40 to 15 to 25 sustained and warm temperatures and well into the 60s and low 70s in a few spots. and lower 70s for reno sparks. and the 7-day forecast, we got warm conditions the next couple days.
again, most shower chances for tonight and into tomorrow morning will be well north of reno sparks and most of us are still going to be staying dry and even through the night tonight and into tomorrow morning. but not out of the question that we may see a few isolated showers. no real major chances, 10 to 20% and warm temperature. >> we have a month of winter yet. >> yes, another month of winter. >> let's see what our question is here on your friday. four tickets to monster jam at the reno soccer arena. it was on this date, teen years apart that two national parks were preserved. it was a grandstand or great sand dunes or great smoky mountains.
>> is that south earn colorado where they have the great sand dunes? >> yes. and smoky mountains is in tennessee. it is all about the oscars as hollywood gears up for the biggest night of the year. we'll have a recap before heading into the big night. >> and still a lot of controversy about that too. >> and the airline delays
we'll learn which of the entertainment movies will take best pictures. >> leonardo dicaprio's drama is at the top of the heap for the most nominations with 12. this is one of the tightest races in oscar history. >> and it is full of a list talent and matt damon for the martian and last year's winner,
>> did you we'll still be in the 70- degree range in spots today and the winds will be picking up. good morning. it is friday, february 26th, 2016. good morning. welcome to the last half hour. it is 6:30 as we get you going on this final half hour. a lot to get to, including a contentious republican debate. thanks, but no thanks to a supreme court nomination. but we begin with some crime here locally. >> we continue to follow that developing story out of silver springs this morning after one person died in an officer- involved shooting. we're live on the scene with the latest developments. alex?
the shooting happened at this casino in silver springs. and the officials are still searching for answers to what happened in this shooting last night. but we do know this we are told by the officials when the lion county's sheriff's office received word from the sparks police department that they needed help to find a red chevy cruze and they found the car in silver springs and they made contact with the suspect and the car. and we're told that there were four suspects involved in the shooting. one suspect then pulled out a gunfiring at the deputy chief who fired back and one of the suspects did die on the scene. one was taken to the hospital by care flight and the deputy was shot as well as he was shot in the hand. we don't know the extent of those injuries. we'll have those information for you as soon as it becomes available. there are a total of four suspects involved in the
two are detained but yet to be identified. we're trying to get that information and we're told that there was an unknown number of weapons involved. and more deputies are trying to get more information what led to the shooting. the neff neff investigation and the carson city sheriff's office are all involved. >> we have a complete transparency with the sheriff's office and eaching out to other agencies to do the investigation. >> reporter: again, we're still waiting for information in this shooting. so as soon as we get the information, we'll have it right here for you on news 4 and fox 11. stay tuned with us for the latest information. reporting live, back to you. thank you very much. we appreciate it. and in kansas, the shooter in the works place mass shooting has been identified as cedric ford.
four people dead, including the shooter. ford stole a vehicle and shot people in the street and parking lot and opened fire inside his workplace. five people remain in critical condition. and the law enforcement officer who was first on the scene reportedly shot and killed the shooter himself. after sources said that the white house was considering nevada governor as one of several potential nominees to the supreme court, he is setting the record straight. it reads quote earlier today that i notified the white house that i do not wish tore considered at this time for possible home in nation to the supreme court of the united states. i have spoken to senators reed, heller and mcconnell and expressed the same desire to them. and nevada senator reid released a statement said that he supports the governor's decision. a sparks mother has been
her daughter's killer to keep from getting out of the jail. and she is asking the public for help in that. he was convicted in 1992. because he was sentenced to life in prison with the possibility of parole, every two to three-year, susan's mother go door-to-door to collect signatures to present to the parole board. she lives in terror every day that he'll be let out of prison. she was collected 444,000 signature. after each denial, they have to parole hearing. >> i feel it is so important to keep simon in prison so he doesn't destroy another family like he did to us. >> he'll go before the parole board monday morning in carson city. if you would like information
posted a link on our website. jurors will reconvene today in the trial of a man accused of killing a toddler five years ago. he is accused of killing 2-year- old thomas o connell. she has been sitting in jail for five years while many legal snags slowed the case. he said that the boy fell. he faces the possibility of life in prison if convicted. 6:356789 6:35. one of the most public golf courses may be shutting down. the future of its is in balance. residents want to see the golf course stay in the neighborhood and stay open and they urge the board of directors to consider a compromise yesterday. and the chairman bob lucy said
profitable, it is losing money, about 200 grand a year. it is looking to get out of the golf business to focus on other events centers that bring in tourists, the board of director and community members team to favor keeping the golf course. but transferring to another municipality is the talk. there were talks of compromise but no decisions were made yesterday. more than 100 homeless people are still without a bed to sleep on. right now the shelter does not have any building because of the vandals. and the volunteers of the america director is trying to find a new bullying as quickly as possible. the homeless shelter has been using watering rooms and extra offices to give people a place to stay overnight. but they have to sleep sitting up. if you know of a space that
and it will be warm today, even record warmth. but we're looks for the breezes to pick up. and breezy to gusty conditions. and the temperature, 71 degrees later on for the high in reno. and the record for today's date is 72. so we're about a degree away. and we could outrun 71. and we'll tie or break the record later on. and we're above the average and a little cooler as we head into the weekend and the beginning of next week. 57 on monday that is still three degrees above the average. 71 in town for the high. and 68 later today in carson city. and a mix sun on clouds and breezy to gusty conditions and ridgetops gusting up to 75 and the winds will increase through the day today peaking out this evening. so get ready for the breezy to gusty conditions. moisture will arrive for northern zones, way north of reno sparks for most of us.
any showers tonight into tomorrow morning. we're talking lower chances and mostly dry once you get to the southern zones. and we're going to the 60s and the 70s and we'll talk more to full weather. coming up, we'll take a look how the stock market is opening up this morning. and we'll see how we're doing and how we'll end the trading week. and why the apple watch has not lived up to its expectations.
opening bell on wall street 15 minutes ago. dow jones industrial average up 51 points. staying in positive territory. here's are some of the stories making financial headlines on your friday. halliburton that provides well drilling services for oil companies is cutting 5,000 more jobs and that is 8% of the global work force and that comes as the oil prices continue to drop. gop leaders are sidelining the airline control system from the government to the airlines. they want to do it before march 31st. the apple watch was not the stocking stuffer that apple had hoped for. apple shipped about 4.1 million
last three months of 2015. in july, the ceo told analysts they were convinced that the watch would be one of the top gifts of the holiday and the apple watch sport costs $349. >> i honestly don't know anyone who has one of those. >> my husband does. >> okay, one person. we're going to be warm out there today. but we're going to watch the breezes pick up now with a little weak disturbance approaching us. and it will pass off to the north. and most us will not see much in the way of shower activity. but we'll see the breezy and the gusty winds today and into tomorrow. and the temperatures well above average today and even near the records for this time of year. and the record is 72. and we're going to have 71 later on. 37 in town with partly cloudy skies reported from the airport and calm winds and 73% humidity
now so again, cool to start the day. again a warm afternoon. a mix of sun and clouds. and you see the clouds streaming through western nevada and in california. and not as much in the western and central parts of the state. here's the disturbance for later on tonight. and that will arrive in the california coast and still holding together pretty well at that point. it is weak. it is just shower activity for the coast of california. once it gets to our area, it falls apart quite a bit. so perhaps an isolated shower and the best chances are well north of reno sparks. south of us, a lower chance for any precipitation. and it will remain unsettled into the beginning of next week. and the breezes will be out there. breezy and gusty conditions prompting a lake wind advisory for tahoe for the day today and the advisory does not start toil 4:00 p.m. and the winds -- start till 4:00 p.m. and the winds will not pick up
and that will lead to the threshold for the lake wind advisories. so heads up for breezy conditions today and tomorrow and dry for the next couple days. the disturbance north will bring shower activity north of reno. the rest of us should stay mostly dry and unsettled next between eight shower chances 10 to 20%. and the temperatures all over the place over the weekend but warming up into next week. and now switching gears. two days after a series of tornadoes ripped through north carolina, storm victims are beginning the cleanup process. and the residents started picking through the rubble that used to be the homes. and several tornadoes were spotted. it delivered strong winds and heavy rain. and the storms toppled trees and downed power lines leave
back over to you. it was a verbal slugfest last night as marco rubio and ted cruz tried to stop donald trump's momentum. it was the last showdown before the super tuesday contest next week. rubio unleashed a series of attacks on donald trump, ripping his hiring practices and lack of details in his health care plan and mocking his trump university. the insults were fast and furious. >> you don't know anything about business. >> where was donald? he was firing ren nice rodman
>> lies 100%. >> this is another area in which donald degrees with hillary clinton. >> a lot of the positions are new to him. >> when you say crazy zealous, are you talking about new. >> i know you're embarrassed, keep fighting and keep swinging. >> i watched him meltdown and it was one of the saddest things i've ever seen. you're a lot of fun tonight. >> donald, relax. >> you're a basket case. >> and the next debate will be thursday of next week in detroit. >> it was surreal to watch that last night. bill cosby has dropped his defamation lawsuit against super model beverly johnson. they dropped it because
pennsylvania impede mr. cosby's ability to fully participate with the case. johnson accuses cosby of drugging her and trying rape her without success at his home in the 1980s. cosby currently faces criminal charges in pennsylvania for the alleged sexual assault of andrea constand in 2004. if you are traveling today,
>> so breezy for the day today, increasing winds later on today. but this afternoon and this evening, breezy conditions. and that is a ak disturbance passing north of us. a few isolated showers are tonight into tomorrow morning north of town. then unsettled heading into next week and check out the high of 71 in reno. >> thank you. thank you for joining us. hold on to your hats, it will
tragedy in kansas. four dead, fifteen injured after a gunman goes on a shooting spree at the factory where he works. >> everybody was running, people were screaming, people were crying. >> the shooter identified as shepherd ford. police now believing he was served with a restraining order just prior to the rampage. texas smackdown. things get ugly at the republican debate as marco rubio and ted cruz both taking repeated shots at donald trump. >> he inherited $200 million, you know where he would be right now? >> no, no, no -- >> anyone who really cared about illegal immigration wouldn't be hiring illegal immigrants. >> trump not taking it lying down. >> this guy's a joke artist and this guy's a liar. >> has the low road become the new road to the nomination? we'll talk to senator rubio. too hard to watch. erin andrews walks out while the video at the center of her $75