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front is passing through the area today. this will deliver cooler temperatures and a strong northwest breeze. currently, temperatures are a mix of 30s and 40s. . the wind isn't too strong at 10 mph or less. we have mostly clear skies. here's the dayplanner where our high this afternoon will lift near 70 degrees. your complete forecast is just moments away...your news starts now! " " deliver cooler temperatures and a strong northwest breeze. currently, temperatures are a mix of 30s and 40s. the wind isn't too strong at 10 mph or less. we have mostly clear skies. here's " jessica rae: coming up this morning on abc9 news... after a strong performace at tuesesy's debate... frontrunner hillary clinton is looking to send a message to her rivals from both parties. " jessica rae: community members from sioux rapids are helping with a siouxland man's long journey back to health... after being severly injured at
motorcycle rally. " jejeica rae: are babies born in the summer... healthier? a mew study has the answer... that story coming up later on in the show. "" jessica rae: time is ticking for joe biden to make a decision on the race for the white house. the vice president weighing in on the first democratic debate and so are republicans. abc's kenneth moton has the latest on the race to the white house clinton: great to be here with all of you! hillary clinton....taking a victory lap in las vegas after her strong debate performance. clinton: did we have a good debate last night? clinton rallied a crowd of 2500 people, picked up a union endorsement and weighed in on vice president joe biden's tough decision. clinton: i just think he n nds to decide what is best for him and his faly.
bideed in about the debate, t still no word on his potential run. biden: i thought they all did well (nat music) donald trump was also back on the trail greeted by immigration and black lives matter activists last night in richmond virginia. a fight actually broke e t, trump didn't miss a beat. trump: "that's why we have freedom of speech." trump called clinton the winner of tuesday night's debate and set his sights on bernie sanders. trump posted that on social media and said this about the self-described democratic socialist. trump: i call him a sociciist-slash- commmmist because that's what he is. sanders was busy at a la fundraiser, introduced by comedian seth macfarlane who took a jab at jim webb's debate complaints. webb: i've been trying to get in this conversation about ten minutes. macfarlane: i will be
chairman of the clinton campaign says he knows the been through a tragedy but the time has come to make a decision. kenneth moton, abc news washington. " jessica rae:e: hopeful bernie a financial boost from tuesday's democratic debate. the vermont campaign has raised millions for his the debate "(bernie sanders/(d) presidential result of last night's debate i am $2 million dollars (applause). $2 million dollars, averaging somethininlike 35 dollarara piece. jessica rae: campaign aides say a big portion has come from the email sent out on sander's comments defending hillary clinton and her email scandal. sanders' campaign also sent a fundraising email before the debate. jessica rae: ananfollowing clinton's big ninit on the debatat stage... a former political heavy weight came to sioux city to rally support for clinton. former secretary of state, madeleine albright campaigned on hillary clinton's behalf at a "hillary for
iowa" organizing event at the peirce mansion. albright says she thought hillary did well on the debate stage... and believes she has what it takes to be the next president. "she works very very hard and is really smart and she is going to roll up her sleeves and do i think she is the very best candidate, not only now, but of anybody i've seen in terms of running for president and preparation," said madeleine albright, former u.s. secretary of state. jessica rae: albright spokekeo a crowd of o or 70 people. but she wasn't the only one hoping to sway voters in sioux city. jessica rae: kentucky senator rand paul was also in sioux city yesterday.... speaking at morningside college. paul is completing his "10-thousand college tour" through iowa. his goal is to get 10-t-tusand college studentsts to caucus for him. paul says he believes he can hit that goal... because he's campaigning for issues he says affect millenials. 'i think the drug war has gone way overboard and we actuallty do have people in jail for maurijuana offenses and i think that's
crazy. we'll also talk quite a bit about ththwar because i think the people thatatnd up fighting the war are the young people or our country." said (r-ky) senator rand paul, gop presidential candidate. jessica rae: he also discussed the n-s-a's surveillance of billions of american's phone records. and the need to reduce the national debt. his tour is geared towards a younger crowd... with the slogan "students stand with rand." jessica rae: jeb bush has scored a key endorsement in new hampshire. state senate president chuck morse is backing bush he is new hampshire's elected republican endorsement, so far. morse says bush's independence from washington and his history as governrn of florida makes him a stand out candidate. jessica rae: a group that wants to legalize casino gambeling at nebraska race tracks is set to begin gathering signatures to place the issue on the 20-16 ballot. "keep the money in nebraska" announced their plan is to ask voters to sign ththe petitions. ononof them is a propoped constitutional
amendment to allow games of chance. another would let people know where casinos would be placed, and how they would be regulated. and the third would impose a 20 percent tax on gross gambling revenues. 75 per-cent of that would go to the state and the remaining per-cent would go to local governments where the casinos are located. jessica rae: a big check is helping one central iowa center better serve iowans with autism. the homestead children's autism center in altoona, held an open house in celebration of their recent grant. thanks to the e prairie meadows legacy g gnt and private donors, they received one hundred thousand dollars worth of new funds to expand their services. "started this clinic space 5 years ago with only four rooms, due to our community outreach and support we were able to expand our clinic threetimes the size and now we have 12 spaces to increase the ability to serve more children "
with autism since 20-10, but they quickly outgrew their space. they were originally designed to serve 12 children at a time. and thatateant long wait lists for other families. but now w is grant is adding space for 24 more kids. jessica rae: ho-chunk incorporated has sold a building for just one dollar representatives from ho-chunk have basically gifted a former bank building to bishop heelan who is in need of a new administration office building. initially the ilding was purchased by ho chunk with plans to move it to winnebaggo nebraska, but due to the cost of moving the building, ho-chunk decided to sell it to the high school for a dollar " jessica rae: when we come back... i'll update you on the condition of the man who was badly hurt at this year's sturgis motorcycle raray... and how hihi community is helping him get back on his feet. stay with us. scott: we'll have... "you're watching
front moves through today. we'll have a strong northwest wind take over dururg the mid mornrng and reach its peak during the early afternoon with wind gusts getting up to 30 miles per hour. calmer conditions take over tonight and we'll likely see our first frost. then we'll have a gradual warmrmp through the e ekend with highs moving through the 60s and into the 70s. dry conditions will continue through
high temperature is 68. the overnight low is 30 degrees. a frost warning is in effect as temperatures fall near the freezing markrkonight. tomorrow's high is 59 with sunshine. here's your 7 day forecast where we've got some showers returning next week on monday and tuesday. jessica rae have a strong northwest wind take er during the mid morning and reach its peak during the early afternoon with wind gusts getting up to 30 miles per hour. calmer conditions take over tonight and we'll likely see our first frost. then we'll have a gradual warm-up through the weekend with highs moving through the 60s and into the 70s. dry conditions will continue through the weekend. today's high temperature is 68. the overnight
low is 30 degrees. a frost warning is in effect as temperatures fall near the freezing mark tonight. tomorrow's high is 59 with sunshine. here's your 7 day forecast where we've got some showers returning next week on monday and tuesday. jessica rae scott: jessicrae: we do have some breaking news fromomarlier this morning.... police are still investigating... after a person was stabbed on 13th and jackson streets in sioux city. rescue crews responded to the scene just after three thirty this morning. according to police scanner traffic, the person was stabbed in each arm with a philips screwdriver... and was taken to ththhospital for treaeaent. stay tuned to abc9 news as this story continues to develop. jessica rae: after nearly being killed when a fellow biker collided with him during this year's sturgis motorcycle rally... a sioux rapids man is slowly making progress on the road to recovery. and people in arden kuene's (
koo-knee's) hometown are still working for his safe return. abews reporter rachael krause has his story. "it's awesome seeing my dad, you know he's been improving so much," said kenzie keune, arden's daughter. kenzie keune.... says life has been turned upside down for her in the few months since her father, ardie keune, was hit.. and nearly killed on his motorcycle by a suspect fleeing police at the sturs motorcycle rally. "i got a call saying your dad has been in a really bad motorcycle accident. i was like is he okay? and they said, you know kenz, we really don't know," she said. "real hard, it's a tragedy because he wasn't doing anything wrong," said kerby todd, arden keune'e'friend and neigigor. kerby todd, ardie's friend and neighbor waited with the family, cheering on arden during his recovery. he's out of the coma, on the slow road to recovery in lincoln. but much of sioux rapids is pulling for keune to get better... and back home by throwing a benefit for the family. "we're goioi to have an omelette breakfast t th biscuits and gravy and pancakes. it's
from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m. on sunday," todd hile the benefit on october 18 is technically a fundraiser for the keune family, community members here in sioux rapids say it's going to feel much more like a celebration, knowowg ardie is goininto be okay." rachael l ause, abc9 news. "he's a wonderful person and he cares and he helps everybody that he can. and that's why we expect such a terrific turnout for him. he would be here for each and everyone of us, there's just absolutely no doubt in that," said charlie gilmore, arden keune's friend. kekeie says things ke school and sports are getting back to normal slowly.... and that's all thanks to the immense support she and her family are seeing from the community. she says it's not only helping her, but motivating her dad's recovery, too. "he's going to be coming back home. it's going to be a while but he's coming back," keune said. in sioux rapids, iowa... rachchl krause, abc9 news. jessica rae: along wiwi the breakfast t sunday's benefit, there will also be a live and silent auction, and bake sale. jessica rae:
for more information on the benefit, visit this story on our website at siouxland matters dot com. " jessica rae: coming up.... i'll bring you the amazing story of a baby that was born forty thousand feet in the sky! stay tuned for all of the details o o this mid air birth. " jessica rae: and.... and speaking of baby's... we'll discuss the new study that says babies born in summer months are healthier than children born during other seasons. these stories and more are after the break.
airlines are at war, fighting for your dollars. low-cost carriers such as southwest, jetbluluand spirit have pushed ticket prices lower across the board. delta's third quarter results show a nearly five-percent drop in passenger revenue from a year ago... that means delta isn't generating as much money from its flights, and a big part of that is lower fares due to intense competition. so, it's likely the carrier will join the e ice drop. analysts say 'get the deals whwhe the getting is good',
delta will likely raise fares once fuel prices stabilize. jessica rae: normally when passengers on a commercial jet applaud, it's because the pilot pulled off a tricky landing. but what landed on a flight the other day was a newbwbn. d passengers rererded the birth. reporter jeannie moos has the story. "this china airlines flight arrived with an extra passenger on board. place of birth ...row 49... (nats applause) give the newborn baby girl a hand. (edmund chen/filmed birth) "i just thought it was an amazing experience to see someone giving birth right in front of me, i mean." edmund chen didn't just see it, he shotot it. the china airlines flight tcok off from taiwan headed for los angeles. (jeanne moos/new york) "six hours into the flight, over the middle of the pacific ocean, the woman informed the crew that her water had broken." the pilot diverted the flight to anchorage, alaska.a. and they moved themother, in labor t months early, to her own row, right in front of edmund. (edmund chen/filmed birth) "oh there was a lot
of screaming is there a doctor on the plane? there was, though this ucla internist had never before delivered a baba by herself.dr. angelica zen was on her way home from her honeymoon. she spoke mandarin with the taiwanese mother. and told abc... ( dr. angelica zen/delivered baby) "it was very difficult. we had to work under very constraining circumstances." (edmund chen/filmed birth) "it was bad. they tried to cover the whole row with blankets but..." 30 minutes out of anchorage, the baby arrived before the plane did. dr. zen said the flight attendants acted as stand in nurses. and one holding the baby cried... (nats) the plane landed. mom and baby were taken to t t hospital in g gd shape. the flight continued to los angeles, where edmund's dad had been waiting for 4 or 5 hours. (edmund chen/filmed birth) "i was like, "dad, someone gave birth on the plane."
talk about being...air born. (nats) jessica rae: want a healthier baby? think about having a child in the summer. researchers at britain's cambridge university say babies born in summer months have a healthier birth weight and are taller. girls may also start puberty later in life, compared to girls born in other seasons. however, summer babies don't appear to o any better in n hool. scientiststsay that may be,e, because of their birth-date, they start school younger than their peers. so why does a summer birth make a child healthier? researchers say more work is needed, but that it may be due to moms-to-be getting more sunlight and vitamin d in their second trimester. jessica rae: scott: jessica and scott are chatting aboutut is study. jessica and scott are chatting about this study. jessica and scott are chatting about this study.
jessica and scott are chatting about this study. jessica and scott are chatting about this study. scott:good morning jessica and scott are chatting about this study. jessica and scott are chatting about this study. scott:good morning jessica and scott are chatting abobo this study. jessica and scott are chatting about this study. scott:good morning siouxland. a cold front is passing through the area today. this will deliver cooler temperatures and a strong northwest breeze. currrrtly, temperatures arere mix of 30s andnd0s. the wind isn't too strong at 10 mph or less. we have mostly clear skies. here's the dayplanner where our high this afternoon will lift near 70 degrees. delivevecooler
temperatures and a strongngorthwest breeze. currtly, temperatures are a mix of 30s and 40s. the wind isn't too strong at 10 mph or less. we have mostly clear skies. here's the dayplanner where our high this afternoon will lift near 70 degrees. scotot here's a quick chekc 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... sergeantroad and on transit ave. so again... mind that speed. " jessica rae: still to come... i'll show you how mercy air care is protecting patients... from high above siouxland. we'll take you to the skies... up next.
helicopter cfor ththr quick transport of patients in circumstances. and just as important as the patients health... is the safety of everyone on board... that's something mercy air care in sioux city is taking to new heights. abc9 news reporter bria bell explains. regular training, testing and inspection are required of everer air care provivir. safety protocols and guidelines for mercy air care are now set to an even higher standard, following the operations recent approval by the commission on accreditation of medical transport systems.
membererdedicate themsesees to providing totier service to patients in sioux city and surrounding areas by training all crew members under the camts program, the highest ranking accreditation available. " it allows the progogm the opportununy to set standards that are recognized by all organizations in the country for w you manage the quality in your program, how you manage the education in your program, aviation management in the program. it sets a lot of reoccurringeducatn that has to take place for the crews, at the same time the crews make an extra commitment to their education," said mike sauser, the program manager of mercy. the accreditation is renewed every three years, though crew members say
beneficial difference. founded almost 30 years ago, mercy air care has logged more than nine thousand medical flights. jessica rae: an ida grove business was evacuated yesterday after a fire broke out. employees in the powder coating line at midwest industries were forced to leave the building ... but no one was injured. the extent of damages is unknown but smoke reportedly filled the building. midwest says it's working to review the damage and has already started to plan repairs. all production areas will begin today's shifts at 8 am. " jessica rara comimi up.... flu seon is fast approaching... and ter the break... we'll take a look at one common mis-conception. stay tuned forthis week's your health matters scott: " "
rning. we'll have a peek outside on the port neal weweing company skycam hd in sioux city and the king's pointe skycam hd. the allergy report shows low levels of pollen. currently, temperatures are in the 40s and 50s. the wind is light from the west and northwest. sky conditions are mostly clear. here's a look at your stormcast hd where a cold front moves through today. we'll have a strong t wind take over during the mid morning and reach its peak during the early afternoon with wind gusts getting up to 30 miles per hour. calmer conditions take over tonight and we'll likely see our first frost. then we'll have a gradual warm-up through the weekend with
into the 70s. dry conditions will continue through the weekend. today's high tememrature is 68. . e overnight low is 30 degrfes. a frost warning is in effect as temperatures fall near the freezing mark tonight. tomorrigh is 59 with sunshine. here's your 7 day forecast where we've got some owers returning next week on monday y and tuesday. jessica rae scott: in sioux city and the king's pointe skycam hd. the allergy report shows low levels of popoen. currently, temperatures are in the 40s and 50s. the the west and northwest. sky conditions are mostly clear. here's a look at your stormcast hd where a cold front moves
northwest wind take over during the mid morning and reach its peak during the early afternoon with wind gusts getting up to 30 miles per hour. calmer conditions take over tonight and we'll likely see our first frost. then we'll have a gradual warm-up through the weekekd with highs momong through the 60s and into the 70s. dry conditions will continue through the weekend. today's high temperature is 68. the overnight low is 30 degrees. a frost warning is in effect as temperatures fall near the freezing mama tonight. tomorrowow high is 59 with sunshine. here's your 7 day forecast where we've got some showers returning next week on monday and tuesday.
jessica rae: the cold and snow of january might not be on your mind might right now... but preparations for some common cold-weather viruses have already started. e you on the fence about getting a flu shot? abc9 news anchor jenna rehnstrom explains some common misconceptions in this week's your health matters. jenna: jenna rehnstrom says, "when it's this nice out, it's hard to think about winter illnesses, but now is the ideal time to get you and your family vaccinated for the flu." maybe you've alreadydy gotten your flu shsh for the year. if you're hesitating to get the vaccine, do you really know what it prevents? there are some common misconceptions about influenza. linda drey, siouxland district health dept. says, "they'll say, 'i got the flu and it [the v vcine] really didi't help me.' so, we
flu,' and it's usually the nausea, vomiting, diarea thing which is not influenza. influenza is a pnemonia-like illness, it's an upper resperatory infection and comes on hard an fast, usuallllhigh fever, body aches and chills." jenna rehnstrom linda drey from siouxland district health says now is a great time to get your influenze vaccine. in iowa, the virus usually peaks in january or february, and getting vaccinated now gives you plenty o otime to get protect you? this particular vaccine contains dead strains of two influenza "a" virus and two strains of influenza "b". the based on the floating around last linda says, "last year
that we saw a little bit more influenza b. we're hoping there's a better match with the vaccine this year, because there is the guadrivalent vaccine that covers two "a's" and two "b's"." jenna rehnstrom if you're onoard for your vaccine, there's the traditional shot, of course. but, iyou'd prefer a no-poke option, like our photographer, jonathan, here, most people can have the nasal mist instead, which carries its own benefits. linda says, "the benefits to flu mist if you're able to recieve it that because it is a weakened live vaccine, it starts to prevent antibodies pretty quickly, anan many parents. pink eye. that's because it's one of the most contagious childhood disorders. pink eye can be caused by different things some cases are due to bacteria. others, viruses. and some pink eye can be traced to allergens such as plant pollen.. that particular kind is considered non-contagious. " (clara belenky, do/pediatrician) it's an inflammation of the membrane that's on the front of the eye. ssica rae: some forms of pink eye caused by
- and require treatment with anti-viral medications. pink eye is rarely dangerous. but it can be under certain conditions. "clara belenky, do/pediatrician)n)pe cially if ththe's continuous rubbing. persistent infection. you can really cause, eventually, some trauma to the eye. jessica rae: and it's especially important to see a doctor if the pink eye is accompanied by: visual changes. pain in the eye. intense redness. or if things seem to be getting worse instead of better. antibiotic ointment is the common treatment for curing pink eye. warm compresses are also sometimes recommended to ease the discomfort. jessica rae: according to a new study... new york police officers who served at ground zero after september eleventh have significantly higher rates of cancer. researchers examined the medical records of nearly 40- thousand officers. they found rates of cancer were roughly 50- percent higher for those who served between 2002 and 2014.. more than half of the officers diagnosed with cancer
zero less than 24 hours after the attack. the study found large increases in four relatively rare cancer types. rates of mamagnant brain tumomo and kidney cacaers tripled, sources say it's the largest cancer study ever among police officers. jessica rae: when most women put on a pair of high heels they're thinking about fashion and not their feet. but women's shoes can cause health problems. high heels can cause stress fractures, ndonitis, all types of bone spurs, and even encourage bunion and hammer-toe formation. but its not just your foot that can be effected... it may also affect other parts of the body. "( dr. jacqueline sutera/podiatric medicine and surgery)"when the body weight goes to the ball of your foot the whole skeleton really haha to compensate so the knees and hipsjet forward and en your back has to hyper extend backwards. this completelyal aligns not just \our foot but the entire skeleton." jessica rae: this could lead to arthritis long term pain and joint pain. still most women don't want to give up their shoe lust.
it's recommended women wear heels no higher than 2 inches. ssica rae: they're twin brothers - butnot yet together. . it's the rare case of a delayed delivery for a seattle-area mother. and in this instance, something even more unusual. reporter molly shen has t story " this is baby link, born at just one pound,two ounces - 23 weeks into his mother's pregnancy and on the cusp of viability. the tiny baby is an identical twin, and doctors originally expected to have both newborns here in the nicu at evergreen medical center. but instead. (holli gorveatt)"it's very surreal. and to be post partum and partum." brother logan is still in their mother's womb. ( holli gorveatt)"logan's good, so h hs growing a loloand he's just kicking, he's got fluid, he can move around. he was stuck before so - no contractions. no contractions, yeah." (dr martin walker) "this is one little baby, the baby's belly." dr. martin walker delivered link, but first he fixed a complication called
'twin twin transfusion syndrome. the babies shared a single placenta. ( dr martin walker) "so you have a situation where one baby becomes anemic and weak froblood loss and the other baby becomes over- stuffed with blood, bloated and goes into heart failure." dr. walker was able to perform surgery, in utero - separating the babies' blood vessels. it wound up saving theieilives - twice. first, it solved the blow flow problem. and then, when holli went into early labor a week later, the separation of the babies meant link could be born and logan could stay in. (dr martin walker) "so far so good. she remains pregnant just about a week and a half since that procedure. and it's a a real big week and a half for that baby that's in there. during that time the baby has grown, looks healthy." link is so fragile, his parents can't hold him. but they can be with him - celebrating his september birth while waiting for what they hope will be his twin brother's january birthday. jessica rae: and later on in ththshow...
we'll l ve a guest live in studio to talk about a hiring fair that unity point health st. lukes is holding next week for anyone looking a job as a registered nurse or a certified nursing assistant jessica rae: the norfolk regional airport will probably see an increase in hangar r rtals... and a ecial concert at the johnny carson theatre will raise funds for cancer patients. here's susan risinger with the details. "it is pretty much guaranteed that hangar rents at the norfolk regional airport will be going up on january 1st. but the question remains - how much? airport authority board member bill jepsen says a review of rents at 26 comparable airports s in nebraska suggests a 10- percent increase this year, and not the 30-percent a norfolk city council subcommittee recommended. elvis won't be in the building, but someone who looks, sounds and sings a lot like him will be at the johnny carson theatre, friday night, october 23rd. proceeds will go to the hope fund for cancer patients. tickets are on sale now at frhs.org.
then click "about us," then "foundation." several awards were presented wednesday to long- time norfolk area united way volunteers. larry hilkeman was named as the recipient of this year's marlene ahahnholz spirit of volunteerism award, and marsha cleveland received the above and bend award. these and more stories can be heard on newstalk wjag, literock 97.5 and 106kix. jessica rae: coming up in sports... pierce and norfolk catholic renew their rivalry on the gridiron tonight. we'll hear from the blue jays and knights up ahead. scott: stay tuned for today's forecast... jessica rae: coca-cola and
about being a doctor ... and falsely claimed his nutritional supplements cured cancer. coca-cola hit back statements sasang its s oducts are safe and could be part of a balanced lifestyle. kellogg's pointed to multiple studies linking cereal with good health. jessica rae: cubs fans are paying top dollar to watch their team try to make it to the world series for the first time since 19-45. tickets to the cubs home playoff games were listed for r record average of 13- hundred, 25- dollars and-93- cents. the most expensive cubs ticket now listed is a first-row box seat in the infield for just under 12-thousand bucks. that's nearly twice the previous record set for a league championship... which was for the san francisco giants in 20-12.2. the cheapest ticket is a 500- dollar upper deck ticket for game three. the cubs last won the world series in 19-08 that's the longest drought in sports history. jessica rae: friday night football fans get an appetizer tonight
and it's one that might be better than a a main course. . here's chris with a prevevw of pierce and norfolk catholic. chris palmquist--"good morning everybody. there are some great rivalries in siouxland, but only one...pierce norfolk catholic, is among the best in the country. the blue jays and top ranked knights square off tonight in norfolk. last year was a rare blowout in the series as norfolk catholic won it 56-20. bubuof course part that frustration came from the blue jaja rallying in the fourth and winning it by a single point the season before. whatever the history, the kids playing it this game have had it circled on their calendars for a while. david engelhaupt--"it's a love it. it's forward to every year because pierce miles away--and it's always a lovely here this year and i'm taggart nothing better than plpling against whwhher it's here, whether it's there, just everything. that's probably one of the biggest rivalries in nebraska, just, there's nothin better than playing in that game." austin freeman--"it's something else. i think it's like th championship game. don't think that pierce and norfolk catholic, that's a big game for us. it's one forget." burroughs--"it's everything, you know. every senioror
ass, if they can't have a state championship, they'd take a win over pierce. it's probably one of the--besides the state championship, it's the biggest thing to strive for is a win over pierce your senior year." chris palmquist--i will be live in norfolk tonight at 6:20 with coaches jeff bellar and mark brahmer to preview this game. hope to see you then, but for now, let's s nd it back over to you. jessica rae: scott: it's time now to check on your forecast... scott:good morning siouxland. a cold front is passing through the area forecast... scott:good morning siouxland. a cold front is passing through the area today. this will
deliver cooler temperatures and a strong northwest breeze. currently, temperatures are a mix of 30s and 40s. the wind isn't too strong at 10 mph or less. we have mostly clear skies. here's the dayplanner where our high this afternoon will lift near 70 degrees. delivevecooler temperatures and a strongngorthwest breeze. currently, temperatures are a mix of 30s and 40s. the wind isn't too strong at 10 mph or less. we have mostly clear skies. here's the dayplanner where our high this afternoon will lift near 70 degrees. rae thanks scott... deliver cooler temperatates and a strongngorthwest breeze. rrently, temperatures are a mix of 30s and 40s. the wind isn't too strong at 10 mph or less. we have mostly clear skies. here's the dayplanner where our high this afternoon will lift near 70 degrees. deliver cooler temperatures and a strong northwest breeze. currently, temperaturur are a mix of 30s and 40s.
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jupiter's annual portrait - the planetary version of school cture day. hubble helped scientists create two global maps. movement of jupiter's clouds can be seen in the second image. the maps confirm the great red spot is shrinking and becoming more circular - as it has been doing for years. zooming in on the great red spot reveals a surprise - a unique filamentary feature not previously seen. jupiter's portrait also shows a rare wave just north of the planet's equator. researchers say the wave may originate in a clear layer beneath the clouds, only becoming visible when it disperses into the cloud deck. jessica rae: painting portraits is incredibly tough. now imagine doing that... with your teeth! well that's how one california artist creates vivid paintings. but what makes her story special... is how she inspires others with her unique
journey. "the seconds it takeke mariam pare to glide her brush on canvas is the same amount of time a terrifying incident took to change her life. mariam pare/ quadriplegic artist "i was a victim of gun violence and my life changed i sustained a spinal cord injury and became a quadriplegic." mariam was a 20-year old art student when she says she was shot at random while driving her car. during her time in therapy she came across an idea that changed her lifefeet again. mariam pare/ adriplegic artist "but if i could write my name with a pen in my mouth couldn't i apply this to painting and i did." she says the experience was humbling at first, but it gave her hope. mariam pare quadriplegic artist "it was a beautiful moment and it was almost like getting a part o omy life back a part of my former life back. " she's now a member of the mouth and foot painting association and makes a living through (or selling) her art work. mariam also takes time to travel and teach kids about mouth painting?. jacob molina/ student "it's kind of hard
easier and easier." glen molina/parent "every child should have the opportunity to be able to learn to rise above challenges and do what theyey need to do." marium pare/ artist "you shouldn't limit yourself to your jessica and scott are chatting about this unique artist. jessica and scott are chatting about this unique artist. scott: a aold front today. we'll have a are chatting about this unique artist. jessica and scott are chatting about this unique artist. scott: a cold front moves through today. we'll have a strong northwest wind take ovov during the mid morning and reach its peak during the early afternoon with wind gusts getting up to 30 miles per hour. calmer conditions take over tonight
and we'll likely see our r rst frost. then we'll have a gradual warm-up through the weekend with highs moving through the 60s and into the 70s. dry conditions will continue through the weekend. today's high temperature is 68. the overnight w is 30 degrees. afrost warning is i i effect as temperatures fall near the freezing mark tonight. tomorrow's high is 59 with sunshine. here's your 7 day forecast where we've got some showers returning next week on monday and tuesday. jessica rae scott: adlib during the mid morning and reach its peak during the early afternoon with wind gusts getting up to 30
take over tonight and we'll likely see our first frost. then we'll have a gradual warm-up through the weekend d th highs moving through the 60s and into the 70s. dry conditions will continue through the weekend. today's high temperature is 68. the overnight " coming up in our six o'clock hour... you'll meet one siouxland butcher who is hanging up his apron after 72 years on theheob! findndut how this siouxland man is enjoying his last days on the job. jessica rae: " plus... i'll tell you how much bishop heelan had to pay ho-chunk incorporated for its new office