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he will lie in repose in the great hall. his casket will arrive in just about an hour and a private ceremony will take place. the public is invited to pay respects after that. justice scalia died last weekend. his death-- of course-- is shaking things up in the capitol. our washington bureau correspondent alex miller joins us live this morning to talk about the controversy. alex, senate republicans want to wait to nominate a new justice because their hoping their party will take the presidency in the fall - and democrats want to put someone up now. the president says he will make a nomination, but how likely is it that
it's unlikely anything will get through regardless of who he nominates. but youll be able to tell if the president believes his nominee has a chance by who he nominates. in other words --- if he nominates someone very liberal --- someone like attorney general loretta lynchwe can pretty much see that as a political stunt because there's almost no way republicans are letting her through. but if he nominates someone a little more moderate perhaps an appeals judge that has already made it through senate hearingsthat's a sign he's really hoping change of heart. so alex, what happens to all those cases justice scalia heard? well after arguments they do take an initial vote but nothing is certain until they read that decision. so anything scalia heard but didn't decide on wont include his vote. if it would have been a 5-4 vote and now it's a 4-4 splitthe case will either have to be reargued or the lower courts ruling will stand but it wont become supreme court precedent.
but didn't decide on wont include his vote. if it would have been a 5-4 vote and now it's a 4-4 splitthe case will either have to be reargued or the lower courts ruling will stand but it wont become supreme court precedent. thank you alex for that live report. there's talk that nevada governor brian sandoval, could be a supreme court justice -- and state officials aren't exactly denying it. governor sandoval was on the washington post's short list for a supreme court nominee. during nevada senator harry reid's visit to democratic headquarters in reno, he was asked about the rumor. reid said he'd rather keep his converstations with the governor private, but didn't deny the possibility. a local political expert is saying sandoval's nomination makes sense. s/prof. fred lokken/tmcc political science: this is an interesting rumor because
including the fact that obama would kind of go off the board and literally look for a qualified republican. that the strong feeling is that it could meet the muster of expectations, political expectations of the senate, of a republican controlled senate. republicans have vowed they won't hold any hearings on an obama supreme court nominee, but the president says that won't stop him from naming one. senator reid says he wants to see a nominee named in 10 days to get the process rolling. governor sandoval hasn't commented on the claims. new sanctions for north korea are now law. president obama signed off on the new measure yesterday. the sanctions are punishment for kim jong-un's regime, after launching several nuclear and missile tests -- as well as suspected cyber attacks. the measures freeze the assets of anyone doing business related to north korea's nuclear or weapons programs -- or anyone suspected of being involved in human rights abuses in north
new developments in the f-b-i standoff with apple. the company is still refusing to help hack the san berardino gunman's i-phone. now, other tech giants like google, microsoft and twitter are rushing to apple's defense, even as authorities claim they need to be able to hack into phones to crack cases beyond terrorism. experts say it wouldn't be hard to design a gateway or backdoor, but it would open a pandora's box for tens of millions of smartphone users. you would have created what amounts to a smart, software bomb // that if it falls into the wrong hands//could then be turned around and used to unlock every iphone and ipad in existence. law enforcement officials are frustrated with apple's attitude. the justice department is expected to take additional steps in court to force apple to open the terrorists i- phone. there was a 'ladies night out' event in fallon -- but not the kind you would expect. it took place at banner churchill community hospital, and it was an opportunity to focus on women's health.
highlight the hospitals new women's imaging suite with their state of the art 3-d mammography machine - the newest in the state of nevada. it captures 3-c images in matter of seconds -- with less of a radiation dose for patients. "meaning it looks completely through the breast tissue. one analogy would be you take a loaf of bread and slice it all up and you take each slice out and lay it out flat and the radiologist can see it rather than just looking at the outside of the loaf." mammography specialist, susan cooper says the new technology can detect cancer earlier... and results in fewer false positives. the american cancer society recommends most women start getting yearly mammograms at the age of forty. in an effort to protect seniors in our community, the sparks fire department is starting a senior safety program. "a lot of our calls that our crews go on deals with falls from older adults and a olot of that is becasue of the wrong type of floor mats you have or not having the right type of mats
the bathroom, for your tub." the program is called 'remembering when'. fire crews would hold seminars at senior centers and nursing homes to emphasize elderly. they hope to hold april. it's called the invader that won the west. the latest efforts to kill off cheatgrass. "you're watching kolo 8 news now good morning reno with dave lawrence, amanda sanchez and lindsey matherly
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a weak, fast moving upper level disturbance will bring an increased chance of rain and snow to areas north of interstate 80 this afternoon and evening. winds will also be breezy this afternoon. snow at the higher passes could cause a few travel headaches early this evening. a ridge of high pressure will begin to develop over the weekend and become more pronounced early next week. && .short term... only modest changes were made to the previous forecast mainly concerning winds this afternoon. a shortwave will tighten the pressure gradient across northwestern nevada and northeastern california. as a result,
afternoon becoming breezy with gusts up to 45 mph. there will be localized gusts up to 55 mph north a susanville to gerlach line to the oregon border. added areas of blowing dust northeast of honey lake including northern washoe county from the the oregon border and through the black rock desert into portions of northern pershing county. lake wind advisories are in effect for pyramid lake and lake tahoe late this morning into the evening. otherwise, the forecast remains intact. some additional snow will fall this afternoon and evening north of interstate 80 with accumulations of 3-4 inches. travel may be
the scale of this event will be minor. some scattered snow showers can be expected down to the cheat grass is becoming a major problem that we can't ignore here in the silver state. after a wildfire burns nevada's native sagebrush and grasses, the following year, you'll get cheat grass - -where the landscape is less healthy and, prone to burn again. but experts are coming up with a solution. boyer: "it colonizes the soil and is able to take hold and keep replicating and that's one reason why its so cost effective. it's a one time application. by affecting its ability to put out roots makes it so that the cheat grass is not as effective." project specialist, lyndsey boyer from the great basin institute says they're testing out the solution and it could be a game changer. we have seen it several times this year. dogs falling into frozen ponds. how a golden retriever
do you stay away from businesses if they get bad yelp reviews? how a texas's couple complaint on yelp has created a lawsuit with their doggy day care. and we're launching a brand new show here at kolo 8 news now. it's called reno 4-1-1. reno 4-1-1 is your place to find out about fun events going on in the biggest little city and all over northern nevada. you can catch reno 4-1-1 every sunday night at five-30.
a weak, fast moving upper level disturbance will bring an increased chance of rain and snow to areas north of interstate 80 this afternoon and evening. winds will also be breezy
this afternoon. snow at the higher passes could cause a few travel headaches early this evening. a ridge of high pressure will begin to develop over the weekend and become more pronounced early next week. && .short term... only modest changes were made to the
concerning winds this afternoon. a shortwave will tighten the pressure gradient across northwestern nevada and northeastern california. as a result, winds will increase this afternoon becoming breezy with there will be localized gusts up to 55 mph north a susanville to oregon border. added areas of blowing dust northeast of honey lake including northern washoe county from the smoke creek desert to the oregon border and through the black rock desert into portions of northern pershing county. lake wind advisories are in effect for pyramid lake and hey, there. in today's "techbytes" --
service? >> one company crowned t-mobile using apps downloaded by consumers. and in the latest tests, another researcher says verizon is tops, based on its testing at various sites around the country. an indiana man is suing smart tv manufacturer vizio. the class-action lawsuit accuses the company of collecting personal data about his viewing habits and selling it to third parties, such as advertisers or data brokers. >> vizio is facing similar legal challenges in other states. and a couple in texas is in a legal fight with a company that it hired to watch its pets. >> they weren't satisfied and posted a one-star review on yelp. the company responded with a lawsuit and is seeking thousands of dollars because it says the couple violated its so-called non-disparagement clause. >> is there such a thing? who knew? >> who knew? those are your "techbytes." >> have a great day. when your cold makes you wish... ...you could stay... ...in bed all day...
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we're just hours away from the start of the nevada caucuses. democrats and republicans are making their way to the silver state as they step up their ground game. plus... pushing for the rural vote. why smaller towns in nevada play a big role in the caucuses. thanks for joining us here on good morning reno... it's time ... i'm amanda sanchez and i'm dave lawrence. let's go to lindsey matherly with a look at the forecast. a weak, fast moving upper level disturbance will bring an increased chance of