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america this morning.temperatures in the 30s and 40s. the wind is calm from the west and northwest between 5 and 10 miles per hour. the sky conditions are clear and there should be a good deal of sunshine on this wednesday. here's your yplanner where gh temperatures will rise near 80 this afternoon. your complete forecast is just minutes away - your news starts now. " " " jessica rae: this morning on abc9 news. clinton, sanders, o'malley, webb andchaffee all took to the stage for the first time for the very first democratic debate. a re-cap is coming up " jessica rae: after two years... investigators and prosecutors are officially closing
" jessica rae: plus... it's the arrest the whole country is talking about... a woman filming her own drunk driving... on a social media a app. these stories and more... on abc9 news this morning. "" jessica rae: it was a showdown on the strip. the democrats in the race for the white house faced off in their first prime-time debate in las vegas. and it appears hillary clinton proved why she's the front-runner. abc's kenneth moton brings us a recap. "round 1...the democrats sparring over the issues. hillary clinton...feisty, aggressive, defending her record in the senate and as secretary of state. clinton: i would not ask anyone to vote for me because of my last name. i would ask them listen to what i'm proposing look at what i've accomplished.
sanders tough enough on guns?" clinton: "no. not at all." o'malley - it's time to stand up and pass comprehensive gun safety legislation. to foreign policy... jim webb: the greatest strategic threat that we have right now is resolving our relationship with china. the biggest moment of the night, bernie sanders on clinton's email scandal. sanders the american people are sick and tired of hearing about your damn e-mails." hillary rodham clinton: "thank you. me, too! me, too!" (applause) lincoln chafee trying to seize on the moment. chafee: there's an issue of american credibility out there. ac: secretary clinton, do you want to respond? clinton: no. that email talk received the most attention on twitter. former president bill clinton...tweeting this picture and the hashtag "i'm with her." donald trump...posting..."sor ry, there is no star on the stage tonight. the top two contenders in the polls celebrating post debate, hillary clinton thanking supporters, bernie sanders calling out republicans. sanders: "i would hope that the american people see
the difference between people that are trying to address real issues rather than call people names." then there's the joe biden factor...the vice president was not mentioned last night. we're still waiting to hear this week if he'll be at that next debate as a candidate. kenneth moton, abc news washington. jessica rae: hillary clinton and martin o'malley supporters hosted watch parties for last night's debate clinton supporters stated they looked forward to hearing her stance on social and economic issues. while o'malley supporters believe he has a proven track record to become the nominee. supporters at hillary's watch party were energetic, cheering on the former secretary of state from afar. and while o'malley is farther behind in the polls, his watch party was making noise... pushing for their candidate to see a boost in numbers, thanks to snappy swers in the debate. "we are watching the debate, we are capturing alot of the excitement we have for hillary clinton and just for the democratic cacusus we have here in iowa," said dubbs. "i'm finding him to be a very believable individual and i think the most important
thing is that he has the most concrete evidence of excecutive leadership," said france. jessica rae: both sides say ey're comfortatae with how their candidate performed... and can't wait to see how things progress. jessica rae: donald trump wasn't going to stay quiet during the first democratic presidential debate. he promised to 'live-tweet' as the five democratic hopefuls took the stage. his feed was mostly filled with re-tweets, t he did throw barbs at lincoln chafee and martin n o'mallll. and-- trump added he was sorry there was no 'star' on the stage. the republican g- o-p candidate has more than four- and-a-half million twitter followers. jessica rae: and speaking of the donald... he is scheduled to host "satututunight live" next month. n-b-c says trump will be the show's guest host on november 7th. it's a reunion for n-b-c and trump, who hosted "the apprentice" and "celebriri apprentice" with the network for over a decade. he also hosted "saturday night live" back in 2004. but relations soured the
summer after he made controversial comments about immigrants. the two sides appear to be mending fences, with trump also appearing on "the tonight show with jimmy fallon" last month. jessica rae: republican presidential candidate jeb sh unveiled his plan repeal and replace obamacare while campaigning in manchester, new hampshire. bush laid out a system he said is designed to cut back on regulation and lower health care costs. " (jeb bush/(r) presidential candidate) "in my plan, we would propose tax credits to those without employer coverage. so that they could pay for portable and secure insurance that provides preventative care and also provides comprehensive coverage for major medical events." jessica rae: bush called d obamacare, quote, "an egregious example of government overreach that's wreaked havoc on the economy. " but he doesn't favor doing away with everything from the affordable care act. he said he envisions a system that allows the state exchanges to continue to exist, but they would not be mandatory. he added - quote - "we won't force
people to buy coverage they y n't want." jessica rae: former secretary of state madeleine albright will be in sioux city stumping for hillary clinton later this morning. the first female secretary of state is hosting an event for clinton at the peirce mansion. the event, will start between 8:45 and 10 am... and you will need to r-s-v-p. jessica rae: republican candidate rand paul will also be campaigning in sioux city this morning. he will be attending 'm'mningside college students for rand rally' begining at 8-45 am. the event will take place at morningside college in the u- p-s auditorium. the presidental candidate will then make his way to storm lake to attend a rally at buena vista university. this is all part of his iowa 10 thousand college tour. jessica rae: republican charles holz is the only candidate whose name will appear on the ballot for the upcoming special l ection in iowawaouse district five. as he was the only candidate to file for the vacant seat before the october 9th deadline. the seat is left open after representative chuck soderberg stepped down to take a job in des
moines. the special election is set to be held november 3rd. " jessica rae: coming up.... you'll hear from a federal prosecutor and a sioux city detective about the jamal dean case... which has officially been closed after two years. stayayuned for the full story. scott: we'll have... "you're watching abc9 news this morning... with ... jessica rae... and meteorologist scott larson.. this is abc9 news s is morning. "
sunshine staying with us today as high temperatures reach near 80 degrees. a cold front comes through tomorrow which will bring breezy northwest winds to siouxland and cooler temperatures too. highs are going to fall to the 60s by the weekend and we may see frososboth friday and saturday morning. today's high is 78 with sunshine and calm conditions. the overnight low is 42. tomorrow, we'll have a high of 73 and a breezy northwest wind especially in the afternoon. here's the 7 day forecast where we'll have temperatures sink this weekend before a warm up and smsml rain chanceses jessica rae scott: with us today as high temperatures reach near 80 degrees. a cold front comes through tomorrow which will bring
breezy northwest winds to siouxland and cooler temperatures too. highs are e ing to fall to o e 60s by the weekend and we may see frost both friday and saturday morning. today's high is 78 with sunshine and calm conditions. the overnight low is 42. tomorrow, we'll have a high of 73 and a breezy northwest wind especially in the afternoon. here's the 7 day forecast wherewe'll have mperatures sink this weekend before a warm up and small rain chances. with us today as high temperatures reach near 80 degrees. a cold front comes through tomorrow which will bring breezy northwest winds to siouxland and cooler temperatures too.
prosecuting... the case against finally closed. "all of this team effort resulted in capture of jamal dean, his confederates with whom he robbed two peopleleiolently and everyone who made the sad mistakakof trying to asasst him after he shot ficer kevin mccormick." jessica rae: than two and a half years since jamal dean ramped up his gang activity in sioux eventually shooting a sioux officer.. then running from authorities. since then, dean, along with more than a dozen people w w helped him with his crimes havav been trackeddown, arrested and now, brought to justice. abc9 news krause has the case. federal prosecutor forde fairchild says the trouble with with gang violence back in march of 20- 12... continuing and eventually leading to the shooting of officer kevin mccormick next manhunt that
eventually brought dean to justice. more than two years later, the case officially clolod tuesday with the sentencing of deanan last two co- conspirators. eing a small part of the team that ought jamal dean to justice and convinced everyone who helped him that it was a mistake and a criminal mistake to help him, that's as good a thing as i'll probably ever accomplish professionally," said forde fairchild, federal prosecutor. thirteen in all were charged in connection to dean's crimes, but the final two co- conspirators... evette morris- hernandez and estebanhernandez were both sentenced tuesday, given prison time for their role in the case. but t stead of remembering the bad, investigators and prosecutors are honoring the bravery of one sioux city officer. "i would also like to mention kevin mccormick, who is my hero. i have watched this video repeatedly and i still become very emotional, and very proud of his service to our community," mccormick said. more than two years after being shot in the face by dean, mccormick says he still loves being with the police, but he's glad to put this all behind him. "relieved in many ways, but i suppose that just to know that 'this was it', that we can now move on and begin focusing on the other bad guys and bad gals out there," said kevin
mccormick, sioux city police officer shot by jamal dean. others echoed that sentiment, saying they feel sioux city is now safer because the dean case is finally closed. jessica rae: everyone involved in the case says they felt t ry relieved to know this case was ofofcially closed.... and glad to know anyoneneelping jamal dean break the law more than two years ago has finally aeen brought to justice. " jessica rae: still to come... a new report is showing how many people in the world are not using the internet... and the number is surprising. stay tuned for more. " jessica rae: plus... we'll discuss the
return shipments shopping season. pay-pal says it will customers' for up to four returns of items between now and january 31st of next year. the company will cover up to 30 dollars for each return shipment. pay-pal offered a similar service in almost 40-other countries beforere unveiling it for u-s customers. macycy, walmart and the apple store are among the online retailers that accept pay-pal. jessica rae: a report from the united nations concludes most people in the world do not google or tweet or bank online. the u-n broadband commission says 57-percent of the world is off-line. and language appears to be one of the major reasons. only a fraction of the world's
languages an estimated 5- percent - - e present on the internet. a survey of the most popular ten-million websites, shows more than 55-percent are in english. between four and almost six- percent of websites are in russian, german, japanese, spanish and french. jessica rae: a bronx woman is asking new yorkers for their spare change in the fight against hunger... and she's doing it in a way millenials can appreciate -- - through an app. . porter lauren glassberg has hehestory. in this video? twenty-three-year old whitney beall is allegedly driving drunk. by herself? but t really alone. nats - beall: i am so (bleeping) drunk. roaming the streets of lakeland florida saturday? nats - beall: where am i right now people? ?she's broadcasting live using the app called "periscope"?to an audience shocked at what they're seeing. nats - beall: i'm at a red light. some thought it was all a ke. some urge her to stop? others call nine-one-one.
just saw a girl on periscope driving drunk, she doesn't know where she is and she's driving really fast. for twenty minutes? a real-time race to get her off the road. 2-pa sandell periscope bridge: / "in fact? it took an officer-in-training to down load that app? she logged in? and using landmarks they could see in the video directed officers right to that car. making their own video? of beall in handcuffs. nats - "you're under arrest for d-u-i." she pleaded not guilty. lakeland police say they'll jessica and scott e chatting about this woman's arrest.t. jessica and scott are chatting about this woman's arrest. scott:good morning jessica and scott are chatting about this woman's arrest. jessica and scott are chatting about this woman's arrest.
siouxland. currently, we have some cold condititns with temperatures in the 3030and 40s. the wind is calm from the west and northwest jessica and scott are chatting about this woman's arrest. jessica and scott are chatting about this woman's arrest. temperatures in the 30s and 40s. the wind is calm from the west and northwest between 5 and 10 miles per hour. the sky conditions are clear and there should be a good deal of sunshine on this wednesday. here's your dayplanner where high temperatures will rise near 80 this
temperatures in the 30s and 40s. the winh is calm from the west and northwest between 5 d 10 miles per hour. the sky conditions are clear and there d-o-t traffic cam's here at . many folks still waking up and starting their workday....please drive safely everyone... scott: now you'll want to watch your speed in these areas today: ... police will be runnnng radars, herere. w.19th street and on stone park blvd. so againin. mind that speed. " jessica rae: when we come back... i'll bring you the latest on the death former university of iowa player tyler sash... as new details are being revealed from his autopsy.
news of the passing of university of iowa football player tyler sash last month shocked many hawkeye fans in the state. but t are learning more on what he e ed from, and what may have played a r re. autopsy results show sash died due to an accidental mix of drugs -- methadone and hydrocodone. sash was taking the meds after a recent shoulder dislocation and also suffered from chronic shoulder pain. the former hawkeye and n-f-l player was found dead in his home in oskaloosa back in early september. but the autopsy also suggests there may be more at play. jessica rae: the autopsy report says the state medical l examiner's officic is still looking into a possibility sashshad c-t-e, a brbrn disease that is found in n athletes who have history of repetitive brain trauma... like concussions. amanda krenz spoke with experts in the
field... and has more on the investigation into what lead to sash's death. "iowa hawkeye standout tyler sash was talented enought to make the pros. after two years with the new york giants... sash was let go. the cut happened after sash got a concussion i ithe final 2013 pre season game. the autopsy from the state medical examiners says sash died in his oskaloosa home last month from an accidental mixing of pain killers... (fs - sash autopsy report) and "additional studies for chronic traumatic encephalopathy (cte), a degenerative disease of the brain found in athletes with a history of repetitive brain trauma, are pending... 3:42 there's been research, even single blunt force trauma can enduce cte. dr. mary e. russell of mercy medical center says e can cause a whole list of problems... 2:13 characterized by change in personality, cognition, physical function.. 2:25 memory impairement, poor dcision making, suicidality,
depression. dr. russel explains how the brain of someone with cte even looks different. 9:24 atrophe in the temporal lobes which are on the sides here that you can see by deepening in these structures, as well as ventricleses. also assicated d th atrophy. the state medical examiner who did tyler sash's autopsy reiterated that his death was an accident, a deadly combonatin of two pain killers. a diagnosis of whether sash suffered from cte will te some time... 8 months to a year for those resus " jessica rae: a local breast cancer non-profit hopes their new location will let more people know they're here to help. susan g. komen for the cure siouxland held a ribbon cutting cancereron-profit hopes their new location will let more people know they're here to help. susan g. komen for the cure siouxland held a ribbon cutting yesterday for its new office on nebraska street in downtown sioux city. they moved back in january, but waited until now to mark the occassion in honor of national breast cancer awareness month. executive director kristi
quinn hopes this more visible location will encourage more people to use their r sources. "what are real h he is thamore people whhave questions and more people who have concerns about breast cancer will stop by, they'll call, they'll learn to look to us for someone who can help." says kristi quinn,executive director of the susan g. komen of siouxland. jessica rae: susan g. komen siouxland is open monday through friday from 9am to 4pm. " jessica rae: coming up.... i'll tell you about a halloween tradition in south dakota.... involving inmates growing pumpkins... find out more... after the break. scott: " "
siouxland. here's almanac where yesterday's high temperature was 78 after a low of 38. we'll check out the port neal welding company skycam hd ininioux city and the king's pointe skycyc hd in storm lake, ia where we have some cool conditions.currently, we have temperatures in the 30s and 40 the wind is light. the satellite and radar is nearly clear. zooming out now, let's get a look at the stormcast hd which dispspys sunshine staying with us today as high temperatures reach near 80 degrees. a cold front comes through tomorrow
winds to siouxland and cooler temperatures too. highs are going to fall to thth60s by the weekend and we may see frost both friday and saturday morning. today's high is 78 with sunshine and calm conditions. the overnight low is 42. tomorrow, we'll have a high of 73 and a breezy northwest wind especially in the afternoon. here's the 7 day forecast where we'll have temperatures sink this weekend before a warm up and small rain chances. after a low of 38. we'll check out the port neal welding
company skycam hd in sioux cititand the king's pointe skycam hd in storm lake, ia where we have some cool conditions. currently, we have temperatures in the 30s and 40s. the wind is light. the satellite and radar is nearly clear. zooming out now, let's get a look at the stormcast hd which displays sunshine s sying with us totoy as high temperatures reach near 80 degrees. a cold front comes through tomorrow which will bring breezy northwest winds to siouxland
when you think of prison inmates, you might not think good deeds. but as abc9 news reporter elisa raffa shows us... inmates in yankton, south dakota are trying to change that perception. nat sound: children shouting: "thank you!", inmates respond: "your welcome, guys!" eleven hundred pumpkins and two acres of farm. inmates at the mike durfee state prison in yankton south dakota planted pumpkin seeds back in may andndow they're givivi their harvested pumpkins back to the community. tuesday was just one day of deliveries these inmates have been making to elementary schools. smiles from ear to ear and shouts of gratitude as third graders picked their pumpkins... but the inmates, were just as excited. "to see the excitement on their face, and to know that it's going to make their day... to know that i was part of something that made their day, it's a blessing" says ryan klave, inmate at the prison in yankton, sd. nat sound: childrere saying "thank you".
welcome. enjoy! have fun carving them!" for one inmate, this delivery hits close to home. with two children of his own, he says the glow on these students' faces is unexplainable. "seeing the smiles on the kids' faces, it was great. just seeing how happy they are when we hand them the pumpkins... they're just glowing. there are really no words for it, it feels like everything in the world" says tonyschmidt, inmate atat the mike durfee state prison in yankton, sd. and it's not just halloween pumpkins. these inmates grow a variety of fruits and vegetables to donate to area non profits that ge to the needy. they say no matter where they are and what their past entails, it's important to contribute to the community. "people can realize that we are still trying to function with society, and give back to it, despite all that we've taken from it in the past" saystony schmidt, inmate at the mike durfefe state prison i i nkton, sd. jessica rae: the inmates
schools and they have more on their list for the next few days. so expect to see a lot of jack o lanterns glowing very soon! jessica rae: and speaking of pumpkins... we want you to show us your pumpkin! send us your best decorated, carved, or painted pumpkins! you have from now until october r th to submit a photo of f your best pumpkin creation. on o oober 30th, tune into the abc9 news morning show to see if you won! the winner will receive four muskies tickets! ... to submit your photo you must friend me on facebook... and post your pumpkin picture directly to my wall... or send me a private message with a picture of your pumpkin. if you don't have facebook- don't worry, you can email your pumpkin picture to me, at email@example.com. start decorating and get those submissions in soon! we can't wait to see siouxland's creatitity! jessicicrae: unted houses usually contain props such as chainsaws, zombies, or skeletons, but west middle school has added a new element...
technology. sixth through eigth graders are working on a project called haunted hallways. it showcases their technical skills in areas like graphic design, editing and more. "the haunted hallways is a rear screen projection project where the kids take videos and then add green screen effects to them. to basically add special effects to a video such as smokok lighting, explosionsnsall kinds of d dferent things," said borrall. . the way he's going to do it is he's going to put them up on projects and we're going to show our projects in the haunted hallways," said huls. jessica rae: viewing of the projection project is opeto the public and runs october 23rd and 24th at west middle school from six to eight p.m. admission is one dollar ahead of time and two dollars on the day of the event. jessica rae: residents of dakota city nebraska are finishing up work to rebuild a part of their community destroyed by devastating wind storms a year ago. a large grant is helping them rebuild. "labor day weekend is when the wind
storm rolled thtown and the south end of town is what really caught the brunt of the storm and here at beerman park we found out after the fact that the shelter that was here was unfortunately not one that was covered under our insurance policy." jessica rae: the storm during labor day weekend last year destroyed much of the campground including that on site shelter. when community leaders heard of the grant opportunity they were thrilled. kurt peterson "simco approached us in june of this year about the availabity of a lowes grant of $20,000 so we thought this is an opportunity that we could rebuild this park so we jumped on it." jessica rae: the e mmunity was awarded the 20-thousand dollar "keep america beautiful/lowe's community betterment grant" back in june. the rebuilding project started about two weeks
ago and the city workers and lowe's volunteers were excited to finally finish the work yesterday. jessica rae: about 60 more jobs are headed to north sioux city thanks to an expansion at a local bakery. inter-bake foods has announced they'll be adding the extra staff asasart of a overhaul of the plant. the nonoh sioux facility makes girl scout cocoies and other baked goods. those interested in applying at the company are being asked to come in from 1-4 p.m. any friday this month. jessica rae: well the numbers are in and the 2nd annual bacon fest in sioux city was yet again a hit. the fundraiser for habitat for humanity was held last saturday at the hard rock hotel and casino's battery park. this year's event raised over 23 thousand dollars, which is more than double the amount of money raised last year. . proceeds will go to further habitat's mission to provide affordable houses to families in need. jessica rae: the fate of the four members of the neligh city council will be decided tomorrow... and a special benefit is planned
on sunday for a norfolk police captain here's susan risinger with the details. " voters in neligh will head to the polls tomorrow to decide the fate of all four members of the city council. the recall organizers opposed annexation of property on the east and west edges of neligh, saying the council was not considering future costs of the action. the nebraska state auditor's office is continuiui its review of the e relationship between the principals of barnstormers restaurant and the norfolk airport authority board. at monday night's meeting of the airport authority, city attorney clint schukei was authorized to provide more information at the request of the auditor. a benefit is planned sunday for norfolk police captain mike bauer and his family. bauer was severely burned in a home accident on july 25th. a meal and silent auction will run from noon until 4 p.m. sunday at trinity episcopal church, 111 south 9th street in norfolk. these and more stories can be heard on newstalk wjag, literock 97.5 and 106kix. jessica rae: coming up in sports...central
the chicago cubs are going to the n-l-c-s. chicago defeated saint louis six to four to win the divisional series in three games. here's fan reaction. " (scott) police by the dozens on foot and mounted began showing up at wrigleyville during the sixth inning anticipating this. some fans, not fortunate enough to have tickets kept tabs on the score by watching the marquee. this fan believes the cubs success is fate based on the prediction in the movie 'back to the future ii.' (fan) growing up as a kid seeing the movies 'back to the future' i always thought honestly it would be
have. i was like, i have to do this. (fans chant)go cubs go! (scott) we won't know for a couple more weeks if this is the cubs'year, but this was their series. it's another cubs win. one of the biggest in their history. (fans shouting) (fan) that's how we roll. (fan) we were at the game. it was awesome! it was amazing! (fan) i've been to a lot of games and this is the best. and you knew they were going to do it. you just had that feeling. (fan) i'm excited right now. that was a great game! awesome! jessica rae: here's an interesting bit of trivia about yesterday's win. this is the first time in their history the cubs have clinched a play- off series at wrigley field. jessica rae: and you'd be hard-pressed to find a sweeter chicago cubs fan than this little lady. one hundred and one year old loretta dolan has been waiting more than a century to
cubs' victory. and she attended her first playoff game this year at wrigley field-- that's where she recalled decades and decades of tracking the cubs. " (loretta dolan/cubs' super fan) "i'm 101 in two months. we used to take our own lunch and pop. and we never paid anything. we sit and cry when they don't, when they don't win." jessica rae: and dolan was treated to a dramatic playoff victory against the cards. the cubs will play the winner of the los angeles dodgers and new york mets series. that series wraps up tomorrow. jessica rae: it was a big night for volleyball in siouxland as three ranked teams took the court, trying to close in on conference titles. here's chris with the action from rock rapids and sergeant bluff. chris palmquist--"good morning everybody. central lyon and sioux center two of the best vollyeball teams in iowa. the warriors are ranked third in class 3a with a 25-3 record. the lions, at 28-4, are
2nd in class 1a. last night they met with, all intents and purposes, the siouxland conference title on the line. lions and warriors, also a preview of our game of the week on friday night. opening set....camryn cleveringa gets things started for the warriors....sioux center takes the early lead... a few points later...jessica herald lays down the hammer.....massive swing...5-3 warriors... but central lyon responds...faith henrichs elevates over two blockers...lions tie the set at eight... and then its hope rasmussen delivering.....central lyon within one.... but sioux center too strong ....herald relentess at the net....the warriors sweep 3-0. how about this, last week the sb-l students wore krispy kreme hats and i joked that i was
upset i didn't get any donuts. well last night they didn't disappoint...thank you warriors! sb-l hosting heelan. in the first...taylor ferguson...heelan glad to have her back from injury. that knots it up at 10. but a couple of points later, anna jochum, slams one home to re-tie it. heelan goes on a run though...grace hanno...serves one up that's too hot to handle...it's 16-11. back comes sb- l...kylee christensen--watch out below...big time swing gives the warriors the 18-17 lead. then brittni olson...that kill finds the line and opens up a 4 point lead. heelan, tries to fight...hanno, trying forecast... scott: good morning siouxland. currently, we have some cold conditions with temperatures in the 30s and 40s. the wind is calm from the west and northwest between 5 and 10 miles per hour. the sky conditions are
clear and there should be a good deal of sunshine on this wednesday. here's your dayplanner where high temperatures will rise near 80 this afternoon. rae thanks scott... air traffic controllers are sounding the alarm, conditions with temperatures in the 30s and 40s. the wind is calm from the west and northwest between 5 and 10 miles per hour. the sky conditions are clear and there should be a good deal of sunshine on this wednesday. here's your dayplanner where high temperatures will rise near 80 this afternoon. rae thanks scott... air traffic controllers are sounding the alarm, warning of widespread flight delays. phillip mena and reena ninan have
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and jennifer lawrence is speaking out for equal pay for women in show business. abc's jason nathanson has your hollywood headlines. "nashville star hayden panettiere has been outspoken about suffering from postpartum depression since the birth of her daughter kaya last december. now, she's getting help to overcome it. in a statement, her rep says the actress is seeking professional help at a treatment center. [ "when [you're told] about postpartum depression you think it's 'i feel negative feelings towards my child, i want to injure or hurt my child.' i've never, ever had those feelings," she said. "some women do. but you don't realize how broad of a spectrum you can really experience that on."] jennifer lawrence wants her fair share, and she's not a spoiled brat for negotiating like men in hollywood. that's what the actress writes in an essay for lena dunham's newsletter lenny. in the essay lawrence says thanks to the sony hack, she learned how much less she was being paid compared to her american hustle co- stars. she claims she didn't fight hard enough because she didn't want to come
she says she's done worrying about being likeable. and who's the sexiest woman alive? according to esquire, it's the mother of dragons. the magazine named emilia clarke its pick for the year, calling her a movie star and the girl next door. clarke plays dragon queen daenerys targaryen on game of thrones. that's what's happening in hollywood, i'm jason nathanson, abc news, los angeles. jessica rae: comedian and actor tracy morgan has returned to the standup stage, more than a year after being critically injured in a car crash. morgan appeared at new york's comedy cellar monday night. he tweeted a photo of himself performing, saying it was his first time on stage in 16 months. morgan was critically injured last june when a walmart truck slammed into his limousine on the new jersey turnpike. morgan's friend, comic james mcnair, was killed in the crash. morgan is set to host "saturday night live" this coming saturday. jessica rae: darius rucker is going to be at the tyson events center this saturday, and we here at abc9 want to send you to the concert
were giving a way two sets of vip tickets to the concert. well be asking viewers trivia questions tonight and thursday during our 5 and 6 newscasts the answers have to be submited to contest-at-kcau- tv-dot-com and the winner will be randomly selected and announced during the 10 pm shows! jessica rae scott: adlib scott: sunshine stays with us today as high temperatures reach near 80 degrees. a cold front comes through tomorrow which will bring breezy northwest winds to siouxland and cooler temperatures too. highs are going to fall to the 60s by the weekend and we may see frost both friday and saturday
morning. today's high is 78 with sunshine and calm conditions. the overnight low is 42. tomorrow, we'll have a high of 73 and a breezy northwest wind especially in the afternoon. here's the 7 day forecast where we'll have temperatures sink this weekend before a warm up and small rain chances. jessica rae scott: adlib cold front comes through tomorrow which will bring breezy northwest winds to siouxland and cooler temperatures too. highs are going to fall to the 60s by the weekend and we may see frost both friday and saturday morning. today's high is 78 with sunshine and calm conditions. the overnight low is 42. tomorrow, we'll have a high of 73 and a breezy northwest
here's the 7 day forecast where we'll have temperatures sink " still to come in our six o'clock hour... more than 10 people took the stand in a trail for a man accused of going on a shooting rampage in pleasant hill iowa last november. the details are up ahead jessica rae: " plus... i'll bring you the latest on the trial of the six baltimore police officers charged in the death of freddie gray. here what evidence the judge let in... after the break. scott:good morning siouxland.