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the satellite and radar imagery is clean with no clouds moving through. let's chehe out the day plplner whwhe we'll top out near 60 degrees with mostly sunny skies. youromplete forecast is coming up - your news starts now. area as we begin our day. temperatures are in the 30scross our local temperature map. the wind speed is 5 to 10 miles per hour from t(e northwest. " jessica rae: coming up this morning on abc9 news... donald trump and ben carson have threatened to boycott the next republican debate made to the format. " a new non-profit make the trasition service to civilan easier for local soldiers returning home. " jessica rae: to protest the saying the oil pipeline is a bad deal.
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these stories and more... on abc9 news this morning. "" jessica rae: new details this morning in the race for the white house. for the first time, we a a hearing from one of vice president joe biden's clest allies about the v-p's potential 20-16 run. this, as two top republican contenders threaten to boycott the next debate. abc's kenneth moton has the latest. " rallying the troops? a top aide to vice president joe biden sent a letter to the vp's former staff about his impending decision on n e race for the white house. /joe biden q. have you made your decision yet?!!! a: i'll tell you what, good to see you all. the vice president...playing coy but that aide, former delaware senator ted kaufman wrote biden is "aware of the of making a final
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campaign letter...the longtime biden buddy said the vp would run "an optimistic campaign. a campaign from the heart. a campaign consistent with his values, our values, and the values of the american people." kauffman ended...if biden "decides to run, we will need each and every one of you - yesterday!" nats/hrc: "thank you, san antonio!" he's right...in the past 3 months, financial reports show hillary clinton in the lead, raising 28 8 million dollars.s. bernie sanders had a reason to dance on the elleledegeneres show, he raised 26 million. republican ben carson...21 million. carson and donald trump are joining forces, promising to boycott the planned 3 hour debate hosted by cnbc. trump told fox newschannel's greta van susteren he only agreed to two hours. donald trump: "it's too much to watch, and they're doing it because they want to make more money.y. carly fiorina:a:'m all for three hours. i'm sorry that they apparently don't have the endurance to go the distance jeb sh's campaign also weighed in and said he's ready to debate. cnbc says it's still finalizing the format of the october 28th event.
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kenneth moton, abc news washington. jessica rae: donald trump has received an endorsement from iowa sate senator. brad zaun, senator zaun was supporting governor scott walker before he dropped out of the race. zaun has been serving in the iowa state senate for 11 years. jessica rae: and the donald says he's paying for his presidential campaign with his own money...but outside donations still keep coming. his campaign took in about 3-point-9 million dollars in the third quarter... acrding to filings with the federal election commission. most of that money came in chunks of 200- dollars or less. the republican frontrunner says he's not fundraising or affiliating himself with any political super-pac. trump says he's s leading in thepolls while than most other candidates... jessica rae: some 65-million retirees on social security may not living adjustment or "cola" in 20-16. that hasn't
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years. the reason being a decline in inflation caused by falling gas in other words, if the price of goods doesn't security benefits stay flat. unfortunately, the way the measures may not accurately reflect how many on social security spend. the typical retiree's benefit hundred-dollars a montnt presidential both sides of the race chimed in on the flat line cola benefits. democratic candidate bernie sanders says "it's unnacceptable." "at a time when senior poverty is going up and more than elderly population rely on social security for more than half of their income, our job must be toexpand, not cut, social security." arkansas governor and g- huckabee is also subject. "while i know there are many congress who oppose this, premiums keep skyrocketing, and 70 million
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americans, nearly one-fifthof our population, , ll not receive e social security cost of living increase next year." jessica rae: the world's largest retail store walmart, is facing a financial slump. earlier this week... walmart's stock tanked, wiping out 21 billion dollars in value in a matter of hours the worst day in 27 years for the company. causing a domino effect across wall street, taking down many other major retailers with it. now that's setting the stage for deep djscounts. . joe feldman, sr. managing director, telsey advisory group i think we're gonna see pretty aggressive discounts. 30-40% off is going to be standard fare. as we get closer to the holiday and certainly after christmas jessicicrae: one contririting factor to walmart's billion-dollar slump is their fierce competition with online giant amazon, and this holiday season isn't expected to get much better so far, the national retail federation expects consumer spending this season to increase only three point seven percent from last year. jessica rae: tech giant google is giving back.
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righghhere in iowa. the iowa governor's stem advisory council received a check for 20 thousand dollars from google to help support code iowa. an effort in the state to help schools focus on better education. google's first twenty thousand contribution council schools across thousand dollars awards for participatg code" during education week. jessica rae: the current budget battle in illinois is putting a crimp on the state lottery. illinois lottery officials say they will have to issue i-o-u's to anyone winning more than 600- dollars. the lottery started issuing i- o-u's to those winning more than 25-thousand dollars in july, but that threshold has been lowered officials say the payments will be made once a state budget is passed. illinois' last state budget expired back in june, and it's not clear when a new one will go into law. " jessssa rae: still to come... i'll tell you all
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non-profit that is helping local soldiers in their transition into civilian life. hear about the projects for patriots... up next. scott: we'll have... "you're watching abc9 news this morning... with ... jeica rae... and meteorologist scott larson..
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at your stormcast hd where high pressure is going tobe in control through the next few days. moving through the
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returns some warmer air to the region. the wind will turn southwest and wewel get 60s and 70s back into the picture. that warming trend will carry us to the 80s early next week. today's high temperature is 59 with mostly sunny skies. the overnigig low is 33 with clear skies and patchy frost likely. tomorrow's high temperature is 65 and we'll see mostly sunny skies along with a light breeze from the southeast. . here's your 7 day forecast where temperatures are going to jump into
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before a chance of rain organizes late on tuesday and lasts through the day on wednesday. be in control through the next few days. moving through the weekend, a south wind takes over and returns some warmer air to the region. the wiwi will turn sououwest and we'll get 60s and 70s back into the picture. that warming trend will carry us to the 80s early next week.
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fight doesn't end on the battle field... especially if they're dealing with war related injuries. but a new non- profit is s ping to make the transition to civilian life more smooth ' for some wounded veterans... by remodeling their homes. abc9 news reporter deborah souverain has more on projects for patriots. natpop -- omg, let me see, let me see! now mommy is excited! these floor plans are the beginning of something the landen family didn't think was possiblele nanaop -- todd- your room is alot bigger r that's for sure. the home they purchased last year... is getting a major overhaul free of charge..by a group called "projects for patriots" to make getting around easier for todd - a wounded iraq veteran. "with the project we're actually going to make the home re handicap accessible, putting in elevators, making doorways bigger, opening up the floorplan so that they have full accessiblity into the kitchen limited about of doorways things like that," said breezy struthers drake, projects for
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"i didn't realize how much a home could be improved to make it better not just for me but for our whole family," said army todd landen. a decorated soldier who served in bosnia...and two tours in iraq todd survived 13 i-e-d explosions..over the span of his 21 year career. his story...is what inspired the creation of "projects for patriots" "it'll help out alot and make life more comfortable i thinin i really can't'tut it into words how it wiwi help," said aprellanden. construction hasn't begun yet due to a but a screening of the film "a hornet's nest" which features todd in active duty in iraq will be shown at the orpheum on november 5th as a fundraiser. todd says he's generosity of the i still don't know whwh someone service - you're welcome - it was my privilege, it was an honor to serve. this is, you know,
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orphphm theater in sioux city. on novovber 5th....where the war documentary "a hornets nest" will be shown. jessica rae: for more information on the projects for patriots... visit this story on our website siouxland matters dot com. jessica rae: as siouxland veterans are getting the help they need, many others are going to be staying in afganistan longer than expected. president obama has announced the drawdown of troops from afghanistan is being delayed. obama says the afghan military is not ready to take on the task of securing the country. " "(president barack obama) "i've decided to maintain our current posture of 9,800 troops in afghanistan through most of next year, 2016 (president barack obama) "but maintaining our current posture through most of next year rather than a more rapid drawdown, will allow us t tsustain our effofos to train and assist afghan forces as they grow stronger" jessica rae: the president said the delay is necessary following recent events in afghanistan. according to the u-n, insurgents have
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spread through more of the country than at any time since the post 9-11 invasion. afghanistan's defense ministerer says his s untry's military is making strides, but still needs help. jessica rae: the president's decision to keep troops in afghanistan is drawing comments from at least one republican presidential candidate. carley fiorina is in iowa visiting the clay county fairgrounds in spencer... talking with voters at a town hall meeting. and although she says she doesn't always agree w wh the presidenens decision. the effort to fighting terrorists abroad is something she can get behind. "the reality is that the complete withdrawal of our troops from iraq destabilized that country and now is recognizing that afghanistan is becoming potentially a haven for isis and that the taliban is not on the wane as he has tried to convince the american people of for years. it's growing in strength. " jessica rae: fiorina was in the state to attend d the polk county republican women's annual
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chili fundraiser. " " jessica rae: coming up.... the federal trade commission has made a decision on whether soda companies can use the word diet on their products. ay tuned to find out who they sided with. " " jessica rae: plus... is your child a picky eater? well a new study says that might lead to mental health issues. we'll look into this... after the break. jessica rae:
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with sodpepsi on the use of the word "diet." consumer rights group 'u-s right to know' called the word "deceptive, false and misleading" and urged the f- t-c to ban it. the group cited several studies that support its claim diet drinks can lead to weight gain. the group's co- director called the f-t-c's action regrettable. and said he believes - quote - "'diet' soda will go down in u-s
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history as one of the greatest ever." september it is reviewing e group's request. jessica rae: many families have small number of them are extremely picky doctors say its eating somethingng new, it has real health implications. reporter holly firfer explains. amo getting their six year old son trey to eat a snack seemed 20 qstions. (louis amo/father) "that's' when we of kids go through grow out of it. toddlers are busy. they are not going to starve themselves that was the advice we were getting" and for some parents of picky eaters the just wait advice is good advice but trey's case was different this type of very limited eating put trey in a group known as severely selective eaters. only about three percent of kids are
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dr. nancy l. zucker, phd/eating disorders specialist, duke university) this is not a control bale these kids gag when they taste new food they have a genuine disgust reaction to some of the smells of things. a recent study by duke university between selective eatersrsnd mental health: these kids are twice as likely as othehechildren to develop emotional problems like anxiety over time. ( cara amo/mother) it's just something we can have in our back pocket something we can just be aware of over time. for today's health minute, i'm holly firfer. jessica rae: it's still unclear why some kids become selective eaters and others - even in the same family - don't. but researchers believe they are getting a bit closer to answering the underlying reasons for this behavior jessica rae: scott: jessica and scott are chatting about picky eating. jessica and scott are chatting about picky eating. jessica and scott are chatting about
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ott:good morning siouxland. freeze warnings and frost advisories are in place across the area as we begin our day. temperatures are in the 30s across jessica ananscott are chatting about picky eating. jessica and scott are chatting about picky eating. scott:good morning siouxland. freeze warnings and frost advisories are in place across the area as we begin our day. temperatures are in the 30s across our local temperature map. the wind speed is 5 to 10 miles per hour from the northwestst e satellite and radar imagery is clean with no clouds moving through. let's check out the day planner where we'll top out near 60 degrees with mostly sunny skies.
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day. temperatures are in the 30s across our local tempmpature map. the wind speed is 5 to 10 m mes per hour from the northwest. the satellite and radar imagery is clean with no clouds moving through. let's check out the day planner from the nororwest. the sateteite and radar r agery is many folks still waking up and starting their workday....please drive safely everyone... d-o-t traffic cam's here at . many folks still waking up and starting their workday....please drive safely back... i'll bring you the details behind yesterday's protest over the bakken pipeline... and what the protestors objections are. you cacasee that story in two
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a rae:
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rallied outside the iowa utility board to make their presence known by droping off more than one thousand objections to dakota access's proposed pipeline across iowa. reporter jacob peklo has more from des moines.
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board to voice their opinions. natural sound: "but it is our fight!" dan gannon, ankeny farmer: "a for profit corporation is going to make a profit off of us is goingo cross our land and it has nothing to do with eminent domain, it has to do with violating our rights as land owners." on the other side of the street...a smaller group, showing its displeasure about potentially removing their lifeblood... jobs that would come with building the pipeline. chad carter, pipeline supporter: "ththe aren't temporary jobs. this was these people do for a living, for their career, livelihood. it's good for iowa." but the protesters say those benefits are outwghed by the potential fallbacks to the environment and their land values. nathan malachowski, cci organizer: "it's all based on faulty economic studies and sort of industry-funded research. so, we shouldn't trust any of that." with less than a month to go until the hearargs begin (naturur sound: "no bakken!"), the group hand delivered 1,000 signed letters (natural sound of letter dropping in bin) against the pipeline. dan gannon, ankeny farmer: "we need to keep working on this. we need to get this, we need to halt this, we need to delay it. there've been a lot of questions that have not been asked." and the complaints are part of the process, it will be a
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long one, with 61 people scheduled to testify so far in boone county. that number could grow even more in the coming weeks. cecil wrwrht, assistant general counsel fofoutility board: "there are a lot more of those and because they're filing individually, especially if they're filing in regard to a particular parcel they own. so, they'll be more of them than of dakota access.")>> jessica rae: the first hearing for the project is november 12th, with an evidence hearing set for the 16th. that's when the public can make mments on the cases. complaintstsan still be submitttt for another couple of weeks. " jessica rae: coming up.... thanks to the work of siouxland surgeons a nebraska teen is on the mend after having his hand torn off. you'll hear from the doctor and the boy... right after the break. scott: " "
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fofoowing a morning low of 37. here's a a check of conditions outdoors on the port neal welding company skycam hd and the king's pointe skycam hd in storm lake. the pollen levels are moderate overall and we get that report from the asthma and allergy center. temperatures arecurrently in the 30s across the area. we've got a light northwest wind directed at about 5 miles per hour. the satellite and radar imagery reveals very little going on currently with mostly clele skies overheadadlet's get a peek at your stormcast hd where high pressure is going to be in control through the next few days. moving through the weekend, a south wind takes over and returns some warmer air to the regigi. the wind will
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picture. that warming trend will carry us to the 80s early next week. today's high temperature is 59 with mostly sunny skies. the overnight low is 33 with clear skies and patchyfrost likely. tomorrow's high temperature is 65 and we'll see mostly sunny skies along with a light breeze from the southeast. here's your 7 day forecast where temperatures are going to jump into the 80s next week before a chance of rain organizes late on tuesday and lasts through the day on wednesday. jessica rae scott: jessica rae: do you know thth saying... looks can be decieving. low of 37. here's a check of conditions
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company skycam hd and the king's pointe lake. the pollen lelels are moderate overall and we get that report from the asthma and allergy center. temperatures are currently in the 30s across the area. northwest wind miles per hour. the satellite and rarar imagery reveals very little going on currently with mostly clear skies overhead. let's get a stormcast hd where going to be in control through the next few days. weekend, a south do you know the
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looks can be decieving. well few people know that better than an omaha teenager, who lost half his ght hand in a freak accident. but ththks to the work of siouxland his hand someday as new. abc9 news reporter bria bell has his story. times where the stars aligned really well," said dr. hartzell. three hours after whitkowski lost his hand, doctors at faith regional physician center in n norolk were working to save it. dr. hartzell says quick work by responders helped "it's why i love nebraska, it's just people move there's efficient. they know that somebody is in hesitation. it's just and that's as quick as it gets from scene to surgery," ben's mothth says how serious the situation was... a employee at faith never had doubts needed to be treated. "i knew dr. hartzell
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was wonderful and i knew that we had him right here and they were going to fly him to omaha. a lot of times faith regional gets alot of patients from omaha for dr. hartzellllso i asked them 'can you please fly him here? straight here,'" said hoffman. the surgery lasted 12 hours...ben still needs up to five more surgeries beginnning of 2016. he says the recovery process is slow, but is accepting it. small steps mean alot. "lately i've had a little bit of feeling back and tingling through out each nger so it's getting better. i can tell thatt will get better along the way," said witkowski. jessica rae: dr hartzell says "pinching" will be the next step in benjamin's recovery.... with "grasping" as the ultimate goal. benjamin is currently not in school... allowing him to focus on his
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jessica rae:e: residents from pilger, nebraska are hoping plans for a ne community center will help bring new members to the community. community leaders offically launched the project at a town hall meeting at the wisner city auditorium yesterday. the community center will be built in the downtown area with a goal of openininnext july. the cocos would be around 2 point 5 million dollars. the center will be home to the pilger senior center, a fitness center and a commercial grade kitchen. storm shelters and a large restroom facility project. " i think it'll make a big difference. it's one of several projects a positive impact on re-populating thiscommunityif you will. this one is gonna be kind of a example of what a community that really was down on it's knees can do." jessica rae: attendees also heard updates on other community and economic development priorities jessica rae:
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a local entity is giving back. and they're giving away a million dollars in special project grants right here in woodbury county the missouri river historical development incorporated or m-r-h-d... awarded grgrts totaling over a million dollars to 12 woodbury county non-profit organizations and goverment projects. it's something leaders of those non-profits say helps an enormous amount. "as a private non- profit you have to do that, but it's even more exciting when you get funded from a local granting organization like mrhd. so we reallycoululnot be more esesctic, excited, thrillll you name the adjective word there. to receive $150,000 from mrhd is huge for camp high hopes." says ceo ali langseth. jessica rae: non-profits receiving money include the boysclub of sioux city, camp high hopes,the crittenton center and goodwill. several towns and citys also received benefits. jessica rae: 14 years ago a chain of siouxland radio stations joined a campaign to raise a million dollars for the children's miracle network.
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now the caring for kids nearing that goal. over the years, listeners of k-g- 95, z-98 and kisis1- 0-7-point-1 have donated 900- thousand dollars.... sharing stories childern and families impacted by gifts to the children's miracle network. and the pledges are rolling in again.... this year's radio- a-thon is helping purchase equipment and supplies as well as supporting family and community education programs. "every penny counts, it does. every penny goes to the kids, it goes to everything to help out with the kids. the expertise to take care of these children that are so small, that are so sick. they're literally helpless and i really just want to say thank you. i mean even a dollar, it couldldave been that dollar that helped save son, that helped save my twin daughters later on." say erin rydgren and harlen buman jessica rae: a basket raffle and ch massages are set for st lukes atrium tomorrow at 4 in the afternoon.this years radio-
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a-thon wraps up on air tonight at 6 pm. jessica rae: a traveling group is getting iowa kids interested in science... the group called , "forces in motion live," added hip hop in a show about physics at franklin middle school in cedar rapids iowa. it uses theatrics and a lot of p pps to make some serious points. teachers participated in skits using padded "sumo" suits to show the effects of force and mass. the entertainment allows scientific principles to come to life. "kids don't know what to expect when they first get here but by the end of the showowhey're really pressed, they really like it " jessica rae: the honeywell corporation and nasa sponsor the forces in motion show as a way to get kids interested in science education. jessica rae: the c-e-o of a major advocacy group representing coal producers says the carbon emissions rule under the clean poweweplan is more trouble than its worth. here'susan risinger with the details. " mike duncan, president and ceo of the american
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coalition for clean says the carbon emissions rule under the clean power of pain for very suggests that website americicpower.org for r re information. a 19-year-old college basketball player is expected to regain at least partial use of his right hand after undergoing reattachment three months ago. dr. tristan hartzell procedure and conference thursday morning at faith regional health services. those iving in rural areas of the state are reminded that, with harve underway, there will be a lot of farm equipment on the road. nebraska state patrol trooper gina jones recommends that motorists plan ahead and leave early for their destinatatn. these and more stories can be heard on newstalk wjag, literock 97.5 and 106kix. " jessica rae: coming up in sports... it's a rivalry that needs no introduction. we'll head out to nebraska for highlights from pierce and norfolk catholic
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up ahead. scott: stay tuned for
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athetlics long before any other university could soon have new competition. reporter andrew ozaki from our affiliate in omaha tells us why buying cornhusker gear with a swoosh.... is likely years ay. the nebraska board of regents approved a deal friday with former husker ndamukong suh to bring a nike store to the university of nebraska-lincoln's campus. the problem is that unl athletics has been under contract with rival adidas for two decades. "i'm pretty excited about it actually," unl student emma top said. "nike is one of my favorite brands." suh's company, tfl, , and the university agreed to a $1.25 million deal that will put in a nike factory store where the old nebraska bookstore was. "i think it's great," unl student kiern carter said. "i love nike." suh has an endorsement contract with nike. according to a university of nebraska spokesperson, unl being an adidas school means that people won't be able
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the new store. think that's going g to be a little awkward," unl student seth hicks said. unl's current deal with adidas ends in 2017, which will rekindle an old debate. "i always like nike and i think it will be good regardless if they can sell husker gear or not," hicks said. as for what logo huskers will be wearing in the future, that's a battle for another day. jessica rae: pierce and norfolk catholol are two of the best football programs in all of nebraska. they've combined for 12 state championships and both have made the playoffs every season since 19-98. last night they renewed their rivalry and chris has all the action. chris palmquist--"good morning everybody. for the pierce and norfolk caththic seniors, last night's rivalry game would serve as a tie- breaker. the knights and blue jays have met four times in the previous three seasons and the teams are 2-2 against each other in that time. let's head out to norfolk...ththblue jays tryininto upset the top-ranked knights.
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first possession...levi sudbeck...the snap goes nearly over his head, but he gets it off and free ball! brady starkel jumps on it and the blue jays back at it. the drive would stall and they'd settle foror field goal attttpt, and paul uhlir gets in there for the block...we stay scoreless. next pierce drive...taggart bailey and austin freeman running the freeman...goes back against the grain--nice stiff arm--he takeoff down the sideline inside the ten. they couldn't score before the quarter, but on the first play of the second, bailey throws a strike to score...blue jays get point. wake up...david engelhaupt...look at this run...the stiff the
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shoulder...eventuall y 5 blue jays drag him down. but they keep feeding the big man, he punches it in, balloons are released and we're knotted up at 7. lateten the quarter...pierce driving for a late score, but justin timmerman with a great i-n-t on the far sideline...norfolk catholic pulls away in the second, 35-7. there are just two games left in the regular season and our sportszone game of the week is almost a must win for both sides. sioux center and central lyon george little rock would both be in the playoffs if they started today. but the warriors and lions are two of four teams within a half a game of each other battling forjust three postseseon spots. boththeams hit ugh patches early in the season. the lions lost four straight before bouncing back with a pair of wins and sioux center has won three of four heading into tonight's pivotal
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forecast... scott:good morning siouxland. freeze warnings and frost advisories are in place across the area as we b bin our day. temperatures are in the 30s across our local temperature map. the wind speed is 5 to 10 miles per hour from the northwest. the satellite and radar imagery is clean with no clouds moving through. let's check out the day planner near 60 degrees with mostly sunny skies. rae thanks scott... area as we begin our day. temperatures are in the 30s across our local temperature map.
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10 miles per hour from the northwest. shututng down popular daily fantasy sports sites. reena ninan and phillip mena explain why good morning, topping "america's money" -- another strike against daily fantasy sports sites. >> both fanduel and draftkings are no longer available in nevada after regulators there said they needed gambling licenses. >> the sites said they shouldn't need licenses because they offer a game of skill not of chance. more u.s. workers are calling off sick even when they are well. a new survey is out with the best or worst excuses. like -- my grandmother poisoned me with ham. outrageous, a woman telling her boss she was going to the beach because her doctor said she needed more vitamin d.
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to the white house... ...but that doesn't dancing onto the the latest democratic candidate bernie sanders, burning up the dance floor. moos has the story. " first he loosened up backstage, and then, 74 year old bernie sanders made his entrance on ellen... (nat disco inferno) to the beat of disco inferno. we don't know if bernie had a burning burning desire to dance, but he did it...in what new york magazine has called the requisite "trial by dancing" encouraged by ellen. barack obama did it back when he was first running for president... (nats chaka boom chaka boom) michelle obama has done it... she's done it not once...not twice... (nats) but three times...
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ellen even sells a cd called "i'm gonna a make you dance jams." she's made cnn's wolf blitzer dance... (nats) (moos standup) "but occasionally there is someone who is able to resist the siren call of ellen." john mccain opted to walk rather than dance ononage. (nats) so did joe biden...the vice president even ear... (nats joe biden) "can't dance. don't make me." and though hillary clintotoresisted any impulse to boogie 2007...last month lure her into learning the whip/nae nae during a commercial break ... (nats) politicians are becoming more like the movie stars we expect to dance. (nats) though ellen had to use a $20,000 check for charity to seduce matt t mon into the whip/nai nai.
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bernie sanders what song he would sing to in a karaoke bar, he choose stain' alive. too bad we have no polling data that indicates whether public displays of dancing help a candidacy stay alive. ats stain' alive stayin' alive) jeanne moos cnn... (nats staying aliveeeee) jessica rae scott: jessica and scott are chatting about politicians dancing on ellen. jessica and scott are chatting about politicians dancing on ellen. jessica and scott are chatting about politicians dancing on ellen.
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on ellen. jessica and scott are chatting about politicians dancing on ellen. jessica and scott weekend, a south wind takes over and returns some warmer air to the region. the wind will turn southwest and wewel get 60s and 70s back into the picture. that warming trend will carry us to the 80s early next week. today's high temperature is 59 with mostly sunny skies. the overnrnht low is 33 with clear skies and patchy frost likely. tomorrow's high temperature is 65 and we'll see mostly sunny skies along with a light breeze
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temperatures are going to jump into the 80s next week before a chance of rain organizes late through the day on wednesday. jessica rae weekenouth wind takes over and returns some warmer air to the turn southwest and back into the warming trend will early next week. temperature is 59 with mostly sunny skies. the overnight low is 33 withpclear skies and patchy frost likely. tomorrow's high temperature is 65 and we'll see mostly with a light breeze "
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it was the touchdown heard all over iowa. stay tuned to find out why this players touchdown scored points on and off the football field. jessica a e: " we've beenengaged in the battle over bread and the carbs that come with it. but is bread really to blame for weight gain? i'll have more details... in just a few minutes. scott:good morning
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place across the area as we begin our day. temperatures are in the 30s across our local temperature map. the wind speed is 5 to 10 miles per hour from the northwest. the satellite and d radar imagery is clean with no clouds moving
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through. let's check
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