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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. jessica rae: people in kansas city are in mourning after losing two 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
losing two firefighters in a tragic accident. .. the two firefighters were battling a blaze at an apartment complex when part of the structure collapsed and the firefighters were hit by debris. two more firefighters were also injured in the incident, but the extent of their injuries is unknown at this time. the kansas city fire chief says while the tragedy was heartbreaking, the two who died, died as heroes. "(chief paul berardi, kcfd) "they did not die in vain. they saved two civilians -- carried them out of the second floor on ladders before the wall collapsed." " jessica rae: the two residents rescued from the second floor were uninjured. jessica rae: sioux city fire rescue reacted to the news via their twitter account saying quote "our thoughts and prayers are with kansas city fire department, the families, and friends of their two fallen brothers. jessica rae: a sioux city teen is facing felony arson charges after lighting a dumpster fire behind a sioux city business earlier this week. authorities say 18 year old jeremiah
behind the dollar tree store on hamilton boulevard. that fire quickly got out of control due to high winds causing over 6 thousand dollars in damage to the dumpster and an adjacent building. verbeski is being held in the woodbury county jail on a 10 thousand dollar bond jessica rae: opening statements in the trial of a man accused of going on a random shooting spree in pleasant hill iowa began yesterday. pete polson is charged with three counts of attempted murder among other charges. police say he drove through pleasant hill last november and randomly shot at three people, hitting two of them. reporter claire powell was in the courtroom all day long... and has a recap. it was just another day for mark mitchell, zach whitehill and matt stephensen. until pete polson came and changed their lives forever" as opening arguments began, pete polson plead not guilty to eleven charges, including three counts of attempted murder. polson's defense attorney phil reser told the jury even if they believe polson pulled the trigger, to question what state of mind was
polson in when he did it? " try to get an idea of whether or not mr polson was suffereing from a drug intoxication at this time" by this afternoon, 10 witnesses had taken the stand- describing the day of the shooting spree, including the first shooting victim, mark mitchell. "i saw someone approaching the house, asked for help, pulled a gun out of his pocket and shot" he was shot in the stomach, spending 40 days in hospital and had four surgeries. the day still haunts him. "911- ive been shot, oh god"/saw it, they were there that morning, its hard to forget" dci officials, plesant hill police officers and neighbors all testified- many saying they heard gun shots, then pointed out polson or his green ford explorer. including 25 year old zach whitehill who was shot through
neck. leaving his arm with permanent nerve damage. " i said go to the hospital ive been shot in the back" through the testimonies, polson remained unshaken, even smiling. shortly after the shooting spree, an officer who listed testimonies including a few defense witnesses who know polson personally and talked to him leading up to the morning of the shooting. jessica rae: a baltimore judge says statements made by one of six officers charged in the death of freddie gray can be used in her trial. the judge denied a request to suppress sergeant alicia white's statements to police investigators. three other officers withdrew motions to have their statements suppressed, although they can make that request again.
gray died from a severed spinal cord while in police custody back in april. his death sparked rioting in baltimore and protests nationwide. the six officers face charges ranging from second-degree murder to assault. they have all pleaded not guilty to the charges. jessica rae: rap producer marion "suge" ( ) knight will stand trial on charges he stole a camera from a female photographer. the incident allegedly happened outside a beverly hills studio in 20-14. knight, along with comedian katt williams, is accused in the robbery. they will both be arraigned on october 27-th. jessica rae: lamar odom...former nba player and former husband to khloe kardashian... was found unconscious on tuesday in a las vegas-area brothel. his condition is still unknown. odom told the owner of the brothel on saturday he wanted "to have fun." two female employees found odom unconscious around 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon. the owners says to his knowledge there were no illegal drugs but he was taking a lot of herbal
" jessica rae: when we come back... i'll bring you the details about the planned merger of the two biggest beer brands in the world... anheuser-busch and miller brewing. that story is up ahead scott: we'll have... "you're watching abc9 news this morning... jessica rae... and scott larson.... this is abc9 news this morning. " ""
stormcast hd which displays 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 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.
we'll have temperatures sink this weekend before a warm up and small rain chances. 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:
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 jessica rae: two of the top beer makers in the world are toasting one of the biggest merger plans in history. the maker of budweiser - is buying miller -. here's the full story... " "((package here)) sueanne heiden, green bay 57:12 i prefer local small breweries. you've got a little more style to it. 57:17 it is that boom in craft beer - driving big breweries like miller and bud - to consider joining forces and defend their market share. nats canning beer in the u.s., overall beer sales rose just half a percent last year - however - craft beers climbed almost 18 percent. andrew fabry badger state brewing company 26:45 it is like any industry, if you just get in it to make a buck, not because you have a passion for it or because you are obsessed with what you are doing, then you are in it for the wrong reasons. 26:56 the bud-miller portfolio would include 18 of the
world's 40 most popular beers by volume. local craft brewers are not worried about the superbrewery. brad stillmank owner, stillmank brewing company 3:41 being independent and small and part of the community, is really at the forefront for us. 3:47 without community we don't exist. 3:49 wisconsin lawmakers are concerned about the impact on jobs - if the merger is approved. sen. tammy baldwin "what i care most deeply about is that we're still brewing a lot of beer in the state of wisconsin, that miller remains, that leinenkugal's remains, and that we create also a vibrate atmosphere for all of our craft breweries that are popping up all over the state." sab miller and anheuser-busch inbev employ nearly 225-thousand people in 25 countries. millaine wells local five news. the deal still needs regulatory approval. jessica rae: the drug company under fire for raising the price of an aids and cancer drug more than five-
thousand percent is now facing an anti-trust probe. the new york state attorney general is looking into whether turing pharmaceuticals is trying to prevent generic versions of daraprim from being produced. daraprim is used to treat parasitic infections, as well as patients with aids and cancer. shortly after acquiring rights to the drug, turing raised its price from just over 13-dollars a tablet to 750- dollars per pill. generic drugs typically force companies to keep prices low. turing recently pledged to lower the price of daraprim after protests, but it has yet to do so. jessica rae: planneparenthood has announced it will no longer accept reimbursement for fetal tissue used for research. the move is aimed at quelling controversy sparked by the release of edited, undercover videos by an anti- abortion group this summer. the videos showed planned parenthood officials discussing fetal tissue sales.
conservatives accused planned parenthood of selling the tissue for profit, which is illegal. the group says all payments were merely reimbursement for procedure costs, which is legal, but that the practice will be discontinued. jessica rae: " coming up.... a movie about the recent volkswagen scandal is already being planned... and a big name is attached to the project. stay tuned to find out who he is. " jessica rae: plus... we'll discuss the photo that is being callededhe holy grail of photography. find out what makes it so special... after the break.
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like never before. our new subway rotisserie-style chicken won't be here for long, so try one today! subway. eat fresh. history is about to get even bigger. the volkswagen emissions fraud is the focus of a new movie produced by leonardo dicaprio. last month, volkswagen admitted to cheating on its diesel car emission tests. more than 11 million vehicles may be affected around the world. leonardo dicaprio plans to make a movie about the scandal based on a book by new york times journalist jack
ewing. the book hasn't been written yet, but dicaprio has already paid six- figures to option the movie rights. jessica rae: a a oto bought for two dollarar in a fresno california shop has been described by a western americana expert as "the holy grail of photography." it is believed to be just the second photo ever seen of william h. bonney. a-k-a, billyhe kid. here is more on this amazing discovery. " a historical find was not on randy and linda guijarro's mind when randy browsed a tower district shop in 2010. these were just two cardboard boxes about this long about that high three photos caught his eye. two featured women but a voice in his head told him to take the dark tin type photo of a country scene. randy guijarro/fresno so i picked it back up and saididit's got a hole on top, kind of beatat up. okay so i got those three photographs s r two bucks a picture may be worth a thousand words. but this one's worth
much more. it was recently authenticated by western americana expert kagin's incorporated in tiburon. its value set at five milllion dollars. it still soaking though. yeah. it's still soaking in.>[notes:154] jeff aiello is executive director of a new documentary titled "billy the kid - new evidence." it weaves a historical timeline around the picture. jeff aiello/documentary executive directorthis is the first photograph every discovered of billy the kid with the regulators - period and that's's significant in american history jeff's wife jiji helped fill in some of the blanks over the past year. sally chisolm was identified as one of the people in the picture. jill aiello/jeff's wife i found that not only did sally chisolm have a diary but she also has a journal that predates the diary. identifying the other people in the
the authentication process. they're all doing a last tribute to don tunstall saying here you go boss. we're all even. this is the end of the regulators. aiello says they found the acacal spot where the photo was taken in chavez county, n n mexico. we fou the old lumber underneath. we found those exact rock piers are still there. this iconic picture of billy the kid dates back to 1880. the picture randy bought is believed to have been taken two years earlier. wow. this is really real. followhe facts and the clues and it was thegreatest treasure hunt. like don kagin said, it's the holy grail of not just western photography. it's the holy grail of photography. it is the rarest photograph in the world and it was found in a fresno junkshop. jessica rae: scott: jessica and scott are chatting about "the holy grail of photography." jessica and scott are chatting about "theheoly grail of photography." jessica a d scott are chchting about "the holy grail of
scott:good morning siouxland. photography." jessica and scott are chatting about "the holy grail of photography." jessica and scott are chatting about "the holy grail of photography." scott:good morning siouxland. photography." jessica and scott are chatting about "the holy grail of photography." jessica and scott are chatting about "the holy grail of photography." scott:good morning siouxland. photograray." jessica ananscott are chatting about "the holy grl of photography." jessica and scott are chatting about "the holy grail of photography." temperatures in the 30s and 40s. the wind is calm from the west and northwest between 5 and 10 miles per hour. the
should be a good deal of sunshine on this wednesday. here's your dayplanner where high temperatures will rise near 80 this afternoon. temperatures in the 30s and 40s. the winin is calm from t t west a a northwest betwtwn 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. scott: here's a quick check outside on one of our iowa 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 running radars, here... w.19th street and on stone park blvd. so again... mind that speed. jessica rae: thanks scott... customers are
than ever. prices f f internet a a tv have spikein the past 5 years. reena ninan and phillip mena have the details. in today's "techbytes," the rising cost of cable and internet. >> new research shows the average monthly bill has risen from $ more than $160 a month, that's an increase of 35%. in five years. >> one reason companies are charging more, fewer customers, as more people cut the cord. facebook hoping its users s willllkip youtube, it's teteing a new video feature. >> suggested videos based on items in youounewsfeed. facebook is also testing a floating window so users canan watch videos while managing their homepage. and the democratic debate dominated social media, bernie sanders was the most mentioned candidate on twitter. >> he also gainedhe most
well, it's not just for dinners anymore! howard has a slow cooking dessert that'll make your mouth water. "over the last few years slow cooking has made a huge comeback. last year alone, more than 4 million slow cookers were sold in the us. and with all of those new slow cookersrsit seems like e eryone is looking fororew recipes to try in them. sure we know we can toss a chunk of meat into a slow cooker, add a few spices and some broth, and come dinner time, have a tend as can be pot-roast. but last year when we created our "cook it slow, cook it fast" cookbook, our goal was to develop recipes that you'd never think you could make in a slow cooker. recipes like "shortcut chicken n' dumplings" and "slow cooker eggs benedict" did you know you can even make dessert in one? here we cooked off a boxed devil's food cake mix with some
chocolate chips and crushed graham crackers mixed in. after this baked a few hours, we topped it with marshmallows and more chocolate chips until it was all melty. talk about decadent and sinfully rich. i do hope you'll l online and get the recipe for our, , "fudgy s'more cake," so you can add a new dessert, to yourur slow cooking line up. and while you're online, check out our, "cook it slow, cook it fast," cookbook that's packed with all sorts of awesome recipes. i'm howard in the mr. food test kitchen, where today we found an "unpredictable way" for you to say . "ooh it's so good!!" jessica rae: if you would like a copy of that recipe you can send us a self addressed stamped envelope here to a-b-c 9 news. our address is 625 douglas street. the zip...51101. be sure to write "fudgy s'more cake" on your request. or you can visit our website...siouxlan d matters dot com. and click on the mr. food logo.... jessica rae:" when we come back... i'i' bring you a rerep of last
temperature was 78 after a low of 38. we'll check out the port neal welding company skycam hd in sioux city and 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 staying with us today as high temperatures reach near 80 degreeee a cold front c ces through tomorrow which will bring
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 especiaiay in the afternrnn. here's the 7 day forecast where we'll have temperatures sink this weekend before a warm up and small rain chances. jessica rae
jessica rae: temperature was 78 after a low of 38. we'll check out the port neal welding company skycam hd in sioux city and the king's pointe skycam hd in storm lake, ia where we have someme cool conditions.s. 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 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.
race for the white house faced off in their first primetime debatete in las vegas. thth morning, it appears hillary clinton proved why she's the frontrununr. ababs kenneth moton brings us a recap. "round 1...the democrats sparring over the issues. hillary clinton...fe aggressive, defending her record in the senate and as secretary of state. inton: 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. from gun control.... cooper - "is bernie sanders tough enough on guns?" clinton: "no. not at all." o'malley - it's time to stand upupnd pass compmphensive gun safety legislation.
jim webb: the greatest strategic threat that we have right now is resolving our china. 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!" lause) lincoln n afee trying to o ize on the moment. chafee: there's an o'malley supporters hosted watch parties for last night's debate clinton supporters stated that they
looked forward to hearing her stance on social and economic issues. while o'malley supporters believe that 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 answers in the debate. "we are watching the debate, we are capturing alot of the excitement we have for hillary clinton and just for the democraticic cacusus we have e re in iowa," said dubbs. "i'm finding him to be a veryelievable indidual 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 they're comfortable 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, but he did throw barbs at lincoln chafee and martin o'malley. 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 itter follllers. a rae: and speaking of the donald... the publican presidtial frontrunner is scheduled to host "saturday night live" next month. n-b-c says trump will be the show's guest host on november seventh. it's a reunion for n-b-c and trump, who hosted "the apprentice" and "celebrity apprentice" with the network for over a decade. he also hosted "saturday night live" back in 2004. but relations soured over the summer after the real estate mogul 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 bush unveiled his plan to repeal and replace obamacare while campaigning in manchester, , w
hampshire. bush l ld out a system he said i i designed to cucu back on regulation and lolor health care c cts. " (j(j 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 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 dodot want." jessica rae: former secretary of state madeleine albrighthtill be in sioux citystumping for hillary clinton later this morning. the first fefele secretary of state is hosting an n event for clinton at the peirce mansion. the event, will starbetween 8:45 to 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 'morningside 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 buensta 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 election in iowa house district five. as he was the only candidate to f fe for the vacaca 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 in sports...central lyon hosted sioux center in a battle of top five teams. we'll head to rock rapids for all the highlights after the break.
more. what can you tell us about the court's actions dennis? dennis: good morning jessica. farmers, ranchers, and even contractors are breathing a sigh of relief following a ruling last week by the 6th circuit court of appeals out of cincinatti, ohio, regarding the controversial rules established by the environmnmtal otection agency ananthe u-s army corps s engineers on the waters o othe united states. you may recall, we had talked about this issue nearly a month ago, when the epa was going to begin implementing its new set of rules which would have given the epa broad jurisdiction on many water ways, including the smallest creeks, farm ponds, grass waterways, and even erodible gullies. several states, along with various agricultural organizations, had filed lawsuits against the epa claiming its new rules were violating the law. however, the appeals court decided to place a temporary stay on the implementation of those proposed rules by the epa. chris
the iowa farm bureau government relations counsel says the decision by the court is a "key step" to stopping epa's s oad definitiononf navigational waters. "(sot) groenhagen1 :41 1 tcue: "u-s suprpre court's precedent." (as s id): "the 6th circuit, it was a 2- to-1 panel decision, so it was a panel of judges. they saw that there was a... they saw a real whirlwind of confusion and uncertainity about this rule. part of the stay, recognized that. but the...in granting this stay, they have to show that there is a substanial inequitites of success on the merits of the case as well. and the court found that there was a substanial likelihood, or a possibility of success on the merits of the claim. so, this is a very positive ruling showing that the court is very concerned about this rule, the procedures, and whether or not it complies with the u-s supreme court's precedent. dennis: gruenhagen says it may be several months before a final court ruling will be e determined. . many farm organizations,
inclcling the iowa fafa bureau, are requesting congress to pass legislation that would permanently prohibit the epa from implementing the far- reaching rules regulating the nation's waterways. a study by the iowa farm bureau showed that 97 percent of the state of iowa would be adversely affected by the proposed epa rule she says the proposed rules are confusing. "(sot) groenhagen3 :18 outcue: "fate of this ruling." (as said): "it is not clear as to what waters are jurisdictional, and what waters are not jurisdictional, in order to try to comply with the clean water act. and so, that's basically where we are at, at this point, until whether congress acts, or the courts act to decide the fate of this ruling." jessica rae: dennis, what would have happen if the appepes court did nonostop the actions of the epa? dennis: jessica, in all likelihood, it would have meant that farmers, contractors, and anyone else would have needed to obtain a permit from the epa to move any
dirt, or to implement any type of soil and water conservation measures such as a grass waterways. it may have also meant that cattle producers would have needed a permit to utilize a farm pond for their herd. all in all, it would mean long delays and costing lots of money while waiting to obtain the proper permits. jessica rae: thank you dennis. dennis: thank you. 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 b bff. chris palmquist--"goodod morning everybodod central lyon andsioux center are two of the beses vollyeball teaea in iowa. the warrioio 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. ons and warriors, alco a preview of wur 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 on within one.... but sioux center too strongng...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.
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 toto fight...hanno, t ting to put the team on her back. but sb-l was too much on their home floor...sydney scholz with the kill here...warriors take it in 4. that will do it for your check on sports...have a great wednesday everybody. jessica rae scott: it's time now to check on your forecast... scott: good morning siouxld. 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. conditions with temperatures in the 30s and 40s. the wind 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. plus here's what you can expect coming up on gma " " jessica rae:
case is finally closed. dean, you may remember, was wanted by police for gang activity back in 20-12.... then, after shooting sio city police officer kevin mc- cormick in april of 20-13 spurred a large manhunt... ending with dean's arrest along with thirteen others for helping dean with his crimes. prosecutors say it's been an unusual case, but one they're glad to finally have wrapped up. "being a small part of the team that brought 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. jessica rae: along with fairchild, mc- cormick says he's looking forward to finally having the se behind him, and d says he's readadto move forward. jessica rae: news of the passing of university of iowa football player tyler sash last month shocked many hawkeye fans in the state. but we are learning more on what he died from, and what may have played a role. 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: now they are studying sash's brain for c-t-e. a doctor from mercy medical center in des moines has more about c-t-e which hahabeen found in athletes with repepted head traumum " it can be e mething, they'r'rnot hit on thhead but the fofoe is transmitted through the brain. " jessica rae: dr. russel says the jarring of the brain distrupts the chemical balance which can lead to several physical and mental side affects. thdiagnosis of c-t-e results on tyler sash could take up to 12 months. jessica rae: a new sioux city kum & go is going up along gordon drive. the convience store is at the intersection of
gordon and virginia, which has been undergoing major renovations to make way for changes to i-29 in that area. a couple years ago, the train depot was torn down on that corner. there's only one other gas station in that area of the downtown. no word yet on when kum & go will open. jessica rae: a local breast cancer non-profit hopes their new location will let more people know they're here to help. susan g. komenen for the cure siouxland held a ribbon cutting yesterday y for its new offifi 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. jessica rae: inmates at the south dakota state penitentiary in yankton are gaving back to the community with a fall tradition. nat sound: children shouting: "thank you!", inmates respond: "your welcome, guys!" jessica rae: the inmates grew and harvested pumpkins and now, they're delivering them to elementary school students. in a season when pumpkin numbers are down,
the donation comes at a great time.... helping to ensure kids have pumpkins to carve for halloween. the inmates say the best part is seeing huge smiles on the kids faces. "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 mike durfee state prison in yankton, sd. jessicicrae: the inmatete "green t tmbs" go furthehethan pumpkins..... ey grow and donate fruits and vegetables to area non profits who in turn give to those in need. 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 29th to submit a photo of your best pumpkin creation. on october 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 firstname.lastname@example.org. start decorating and get those submissions in soon! we can't wait to see siouxland's crcrtivity! jessica e: report from the united nations cocoludes most people in the world do notot 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 - are 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 scott: adlib scott: sunshine stays with us today as high temperatures reach near 80 degrees. a
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 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 this weekend before a warm up and small rain chances. 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 conditioio. the overnight low is 42.