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" " temperatures are sitting in the upper 50s and lower 60s. " jessica rae: coming up this morning on abc9 news... the coldest air mass of the season so far has swept through the midwest with widespread frost and freeze conditions... and is now moving east. " jessica rae: an iowa man is hard at work... making his favorite gun range more accessible to disabled shooters. " jessica rae: plus... i'll tell you the story of buster'r' wild adventure in new york... and how he got to o the city in the first place. these stories and more... on abc9 news this morning. "" jessica rae: for much of the nation this morning.... a crisp warning that cold
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temperatures have arrived and the snow is sticking. over the weekend .....snow fell near the great lakes... and widespread flurries across the northeast. abc's stephanie ramos has the latest. "its beginning to look alot like..winter. snow falling and plopping the weather is changing on us fast... just last week near syracuse, new york this is what it looked like... a week later....this.... kennedy lamb / mexico new york i woke up this morning and thought it was christmas. it may be the season has already swept from thest into parts of the east. across upstate new york - a blaststf winter bringngg dangerous conditions ?. more than 50 accidents in syracuse blamed in part on icy roads. snow ....collecting on this backyard deck.. nine inches so far. and another backyard buried under the snow.. lynnette west / resident i have not seen this snow this early in a long time? the snow also falling early in parts of upper michigan. nats: more snow nats? but in grand rapipi....just plain cold. nats-race temps in the mid-30's didnt stop these dedicated marathon runners.
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its good weather to run in. this is great weather to run in. thousands of runners taking the cold weather in stride.. forecasters say despite the chilly temps.....and snow already falling in parts of the country....a first frost like this isisot unusual. thesescold temps will linger into today across much of the east.. ..but here's some good news....its going to warm later in the week...so get ready to ditch the cold weather gear. stephanie ramos abc news washington." jessica rae: one siouxland family is now publically reacting to the news the woman whwh killed their daughter, will not serve her full sentence. autumn elgersma a 3 year old in orange city, died 2 years ago when her daycare provider threw her down the stairs. rochelle sapp pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter and child endangerment resulting in autumn's death and was sentenced to 100 years in prison. but autumn's family was shocked and outraged when a judge cut that sentence on thursday.
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blown away. i did not an option for the judge to reconsider it when rochelle had signed a plea agreement. i believe forgot who the true victim in this case is." ssica rae: autumn's family tells usushat what bothers them the most, is they don't feel as though sapp has shown any remorse, even in her court appearances. "there's just a taking any responsibility for her actions and she is showing no remorse. her behavior was stone cold and i really wish people woulul have been able to e that and it would d maybe help them m are so angry." the elgersma family is honoring autumn by helping start a center in her memory for children who have been abused. we have more r website, siououand matters dot com. jessica rae: dozens of protestors gathered right outside governor branstad's weekend over planned parenthood. branstad has been under pressure
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from iowa republicans to elminate all government funding for planned parenthood... but the govenor says he doesn't have legal authority to stripip planned parenthood of taxpayer funding... an effort to do so could lead to a lawsuit... this group doesn't agree. " we do not want our iowa tax payer dollars being taken out of our pockets and given to planned parenthood to support the slaughter of the next generation of iowa " jessica rae: the governor says a aording to the iowa attorney general's office... parenthood their under the grants they've recieved from the state.. he feels if the case went to court... the state would lose. jessica rae: vintage books and antique's were the talk of the town this weekend... for the pierce mansion's annual book sale. while people were able to tour the historic mansion... a number of collectibles and books were also sold at this year's peirce mansion sale. the sale is to raise money for the mansion... as well as a few planned remodel
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projects. kathy flinginger... a board member for the mansion... says the book sale has been a great success for them. " we're very excit. we've sold lots of nice things, and we've given people some bargains, and i think people have been real happy with it, so we'll probably do it again." jessica rae: and here are some fun facts about the mansion... the mansion was originally built in 18-93 by local developer john peirce... ititas purchased by the junior league of sioux city for ten- thousand dollars in 19-58... and is listed on the national register of historic places. jessica rae: amazon is going after people who reportedly sell fake reviews for products on its website. the company says more than a- thousand people sold 5-star reviews through "fiverr-dot-com". that's a website where odd-jobs can be picked up for as little as 5- dollars. amazon's policy bans fake product reviews. so the company sued those people for breach of contract and violating federal consumer laws.
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"fiverr" says sellers solicit fake reviews everywhere... but its polili is only the people who made a purchase can post a review. " jessica rae: still to come... i'll tell you how one para-plegic man is fighting to make his favorite shooting range handicapped accessible you'll hear how he plans to do this... after the break. scott: we'll have... "you're watching abc9 n ns this morning... with ... jessica rae... and meteorologist scott larson.. this is abc9 news this morning. "
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southwest wind. dry air and sunshine are going to team up to bring us some very warm temperatures this afternoon as highs exceed 80 degrees. a cold front boundary will sit over siouxland tuesday and into wednesday. this will have a pretty minor effect on our weather. we'll see some additional cloud cover and possibly a few showers. the cold front sweeps through by wednesday morning and we'll see temperatures fall off with highs diminishing into the 60s. today's high is 82
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cloudy skies tonight. tomorrow, we're heading into the upper 70s with partly cloudy conditions and a handful of showers. here's your 7 day forecast where we've got a strong chance of rain on friday and a gradual decline in temperatures from near 80 to near 60. jessica rae southwest wind. dry air and sunshine are going to team up to bring us some very warm temperatures this afternoon as highs exceed 80 degrees. a cold
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tuesday and into wednesday. this will have a pretty minor effect on our weather. we'll see some additional cloud cover and possibly a few showers. the cold front sweeps through by wednesday morning and we'll see temperatures fall off with highs diminishing into the 60s. today's high is 82 with sunshine. our low is 57 with partly cloudy skies public shooting ranges give gun enthusiast a free place for safe target practice. but many aren't handicapped accessible. however, one iowa man is hoping to change that at his favorite range near oyens. abc9 news reporter deborah souverain has his story al lenters loves taking aim at the bullseye at the oyens shooting range...near oyens, iowa.. natpop -- lenters shooting at target . he just wishes he could go alone. i always have someone go with me in case i get stuck," said lenters. natpop - did you get stuck? wife pulling lenter's wheelchair. the issues begin once he leaves his vehicle. "right now it's just paved with these round rocks and my
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chair does not have much ground clearance. these peebles.... natpop -- al driving wheelchair over pebbles. make it hard to get around. and getting comfortable at a shooting bench is nearly impossible. "changing the bench set up here, to something that i can get under with my chair. it's kind of hard to reach," said al lenters. he's hoping to change all of that by teaming up with the tri-state range association. the non- profit..which already works to clean up the range...plans to make the facility wheelchair accessible. we are going to pave a double wide parking spot, we are going to make a new entrance off of said parking spot and we are going to pave some access sidewalks and a concrete shooting pad the renovations are being done through volunteer work and donations. and its expected to be completed by spring of next year. a go-fund me account was set up to help. lenters, who became a paraplegic after a motorcycle accident in 2002. says he's looking forward to the changes. "now if we do some improvements to it, it will be that much better," said lenters. deborah souverain
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jessica rae: lenters. deborah souverain abc 9 news. jessica rae: a go fund me account was created to complete the renovations. their goal is 5- thousand dollars. jessica rae: for a link to the go fund me page.... visit this story on our website... siouxland matters dot com " jessica rae: when we come back... i'll show you some of the best and most beautiful wildlife photos of the year... and what they mean to their artists. " " jessica rae: plus... i'll tell you how one of australia's most recognized animals... made his way to a new york neighborhood. up next.
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requires judges to sift through tens of thousands of entries from around the world. but as we learned from the award- winning photographers
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themselves - there's more to every picture than meets the eye. take a look. "( don gutoski, grand title winner, wildlife photographer of the year) "the story behind the picture is i think what makes this image so important to me and certainly to other people viewing it. this moment is a red fox preying on an arctic fox. the red fox due to climate change is extending its range further north in canada and episodes like this will probably occur more frequently. it's the simplicity .it's the symmetry. the way the two heads line up and the tails.it's like a shot posed in a studio." (connor stefanison, rising star winner, wildlife photographer of the year) "you can plan as long as you want but usually the best pictures are the shot that has just that little bit of luck, where something random and unexpected just happened. it's crucial. i miss so many shots because i might take a picture (gets out camera) and take a look at the back of the lcd and then something happens. it was one
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of the coolest experiences i've ever had spending time in the dark with mountain goats as they fed with the it was extremely complicated picture to take because there was no moon that night, i couldn't see anything so composing the picture was a little bit of guess work." ( audun rikardsen, portfolio winner, wildlife photographer of the year) "for me personally all these pictures are special because there is a story. a year ago a walrus which we named buddy came to an island just outside where we live. i spent days with him, played with him, he came like a dog he loves to cuddle with me. so it was a great opportunity to take pictures of this guy. i grew up in a coastal community where we had a really dense population of eagles and i was fascinated by the eagles from like i was a little kid. and i was thinking of that.how does it look for the fish in the millisecond before it gets dragged up in the water. it took me three years of preparation and
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jessica rae: and speaking of wildlife... every now and then... you'll see raccoons raiding neighborhood garbage cans... bears roaming cul-de-sacs in the suburbs... even coyotes spotted in the streets of major cities. but one animal from down under has them all beat. check it out! " a jumping joey on staten island. this feisty marsupial prompted surprised calls to 9-1-1. urim osmani/mechanic) "we thought first it was coming from the staten island zoo, but thinking how far the staten island how come he's here." and his brother opened up shop saturday morning at alb's auto repair on travis avenue, they saw something hopping around their parking lot. osmani/mechanic) "i see something move i thought it was a police say the to man visiting a friend at this house on victory they say the somehow unlocked a
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backyard fence and escaped. the kangaroo was on the loose for nearly 10 minutes. ( standup - matt kozar) "buster the kangaroo came dangerously close to getting hit by a car, bouncing along travis avenue, a very busy road. fortunately, he hopped to safety passed the auto body shop." surveillance video shows the furry fugitive happily hopping back and forth. but buster's big adventure ended when the cops showed up. they cornered and released him into the custody of his owner? who has since brought back upstate. three years ago in the same area, a zebra named razzi and a pony named casper got lose after their owner left a gate open. the two dashed down victory boulevard. (too quick to font blron osmani/mechanic) "something you never see every day. it was definitely fun." a curious kangaroo bringing a bit of australia to staten island. jessica rae: scott: jessica and scott are chatting about buster the kangaroo. jessica and scott are chatting about buster the kangaroo. jessica and scott are chatting about buster the kangaroo. scott:good morning siouxland. it's a windy and warm start to your monday. temperatures are sitting in the upper 50s and lower 60s. this is about 20 degrees warmer than yesterday. the wind is from the south between 10 and 20 miles per hour. the local satellite and radar picture is pretty satellite and radar picture is pretty quiet with mostly kangaroo. jessica and scott are chatting about buster the kangaroo. jessica and scott
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are chatting about buster the kangaroo. siouxland. it's a windy and warm start to your monday. temperatures are sitting in the upper 50s and lower 60s. this is about 20 degrees warmer than yesterday. the wind is from the south between 10 and 20 miles per hour. the local satellite and radar picture is pretty quiet with mostly clear skies. checking out your dayplanner - it appears that we'll top out in the lower 80s this afternoon with sunshine. scott: here's a quick temperatures are sitting in the upper 50s and lower 60s. this is about 20 degrees warmer than yesterday. the wind is from the south between 10
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and 20 miles per hour. the local satellite and radar picture is pretty 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... i-29 south and on gordon drive. so again... mind that speed. jessica rae: after the break... fire crews all over siouxland had a busy day yesterday... fighting four fires throughout the day. i'll bring you the details of each fire...
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acres of corn just 5 miles south of le mars iowa, a small shed ignited just before one o'clock yesterday afternoon and it wasn't long before cinders from the shed blew into a nearby field, causing a raging inferno that stretched across 50 acres of standing corn. by the time fire crews from the le mars fire and rescue department got to the scene, fire chief dave schipper says the second fire broke out. jessica rae: schipper says the gusting winds
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to keep the fire contained and under control. two sheds, tools, equipment and an unknown amount of silage along with at least 50 acres of standing corn were lost. the fire has been ruled accidental, jessica rae: a harvested field outside of elk point also caught fire yesterday. just after five oclock... crews from both elk point and jefferson fire rescue answered the call and had the fire under control in about an hour. firefighters are still investigating the cause of the blaze. jessica rae: and yesterday morning... sioux city fire and rescue responded to a fire at cargill incorporated. firefighters discovered a small fire that was determined to have been started due to an electrical switch gear malfunction. cargill employees were required to de-energize the equipment before fire crews were able to put out the fire.
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jessica rae: and that's not all... fire crews also had to re- extinguish a fire at a house in sioux city that is now being ruled an arson. sioux city fire rescue has determined a structure fire to a residence on silver street was set intentionally, the first floor of the two story home suffered heavy damages. early sunday morning... firefighters were called back to the residence to extinguish an area that had re- ignited on the second floor of the house. no injuries were reported. " jessica rae: coming up.... it was a busy weekend throughout iowa.... and after the break... i'll get you caught up on all the fun and excitement you may have missed out on. stay with us! scott: " "
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let's get a look at the almanac where yesterday's high temperature was 72 after a morning low of 38. we'll check conditions outside on the port neal welding company skycam hd and the king's pointe skycam hd in storm lake. pollen levels are currently low. we'll now check current conditions where temperatures are in the upper 50s and lower 60s. the wind is directed from the south and southwest. it's very dry and a red flag warning is in effect during this afternoon in eastern siouxland - please avoid all outdoor burning! here's your stormcast hd where today we highlight a breezy south and southwest wind. dry air and sunshine are going to team up to bring us some very warm temperatures this afternoon as highs exceed 80 degrees. a cold front boundary will sit over siouxland tuesday and into wednesday. this will have a pretty minor
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effect on our weather. we'll see some additional cloud cover and possibly a few showers. the cold front sweeps through by wednesday morning and we'll se temperatures fall off with highs diminishing into the 60s. today's high is 82 with sunshine. our low is 57 with partly cloudy skies tonight. tomorrow, we're heading into the upper 70s with partly cloudy conditions and a handful of showers. here's your 7 day forecast where we've got a strong chance of rain on friday and a gradual decline in temperatures from near 80 to near 60. jessica rae after a morning low of 38. we'll check conditions outside on the port neal welding company skycam hd and the king's pointe skycam hd in storm lake.
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now check current conditions where temperatures are in the upper 50s and lower 60s. the wind is directed from the south and southwest. it's very dry and a red flag warning is in effect during this afternoon in eastern siouxland - please avoid all outdoor burning! here's your stormcast hd where today we highlight a breezy south and southwest wind. dry air and sunshine are going to team up to bring us some very warm temperatures this afternoon as highs exceed 80 degrees. a cold front boundary will sit over siouxland tuesday and into wednesday. this will have a pretty minor effect on our weather. we'll see some additional cloud cover and possibly a few showers. the cold front sweeps through by wednesday morning and we'll see temperatures fall
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off with highs diminishing into the 60s. today's high is 82 with sunshine. our low is 57 with partly cloudy skies tonight. tomorrow, we're heading into the upper 70s with partly cloudy conditions and a handful of showers. here's your 7 day forecast where we've got a strong chance of rain on friday and a gradual decline in temperatures from near 80 to near 60. jessica rae scott: jessica rae: 84 hundred runners filled the streets of des moines yesterday for the 13th annual marathon and half marathon. runners of all ages and abilities came from all over the world to participate in the race. the winner this year was returning champ philip lagat of kenya with two hours, 21 minutes and two seconds.
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it's the slowest time since 2009. because of the temps on the course. thousands of runners... running in the state for a ryan davidson has their story. " nats ready go we get a lot of intresting stories every runner has a story these two guys are unique i've never seen anything quite like what i"m from team 99 running across to benefit the american heart association and to raise awarness for physical fitness their stipulation is in every county it has to be a marathon distance and if you look at a map of iowa there are some counties that aren't quite 26 miles if thats the case they do a loop nats cowbell it started at a christmas party in 2009 we decided we were tired of running the same routes so we started talking of running to one town to another it was like a train wreck of circumstances it was one good idea lead to a bad idea and here we are today we thought it'd be fun to run from one place to another then we ran across one county without thinking of the
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run across all of iowas 99 counties nats good job gatorade you can do this i don't think we ever run out of things to talk about its constant banter while we're running theres always something to talk about its been fun we stick together and it kind of awlays works where if one of us is down the other one is up you kind of pull each other along everythings a challenge no matter your level of fitness how fast or slow you think you are you can always push yourself to that next level and this is something thats really helped me do that." jessica rae: so far, the team has raised 8 thousand dollars. their goal, is 25 thousand. the pair raced in 82 out of iowa's 99 counties and hope to finish their tour by next september. this is the 13 year of the event. jessica rae: the thirty ninth annual crop walk in siouxland had hundreds of walkers up and moving yesterday afternoon the walk stands for communities annual crop walk
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their goal, is 25 thousand. the pair raced in 82 out of iowa's 99 counties and hope to finish their tour by next september. this is the 13 year of the event. jessica rae: the thirty ninth annual crop walk in siouxland had hundreds of walkers up and moving yesterday afternoon the walk stands for communities responding to overcome poverty. malnutrtion affects 150 million children worldwide so for many local families, it's a cause they're pasionate about. "i think it's a great event and it was a really beautiful day for it tod and we had a good time enjoying friendship with my girls here." jessica rae: last year... the walk raised more than 30 thousand dollars in pledges with more than 350 walkers. jessica rae: nearly a thousand kids in the quad cities will stay warm this winter... and its all thanks to the generous people in bettendorf. the bettendorf, davenport, and iowa-quad cities rotary clubs raised enough money to buy 996 winter jackets to
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donate to coats for kids. the jackets will go to children in families with limited means.... helping kids out in many ways, once temperatures start to drop. " you can't go out and play with your peers, it's a confidence booster for those kids who come to school without a coat and receive a coat. so they feel like they're included. " jessica rae: the coats will be delivered to kids at schools throughout iowa... who signed up for the coats for kids program. jessica rae: about one thousand central iowans slept under the stars at drake stadium this weekend. it's all part of the tenth annual reggie's annual sleepout. the event raises money to help fight homelessness in des moines. people who participate build shelters out of cardboard in order to get the feel of living under the stars. each entry had a theme designed to bring to light some element of homelessness. organizers say it's just one night... but it can teach a valuable lesson. emma christianson, development
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coordinator for iowa homeless youth centers: "just the stress of not knowing where your next meal is coming from is incredible and we're doing what we can here at iowa homeless youth centers to help those youth." jessica rae: and those who participated in the sleepout had to brave tempuratures in the thirties. but they say the rougher the weather, the more genuine the experience. jessica rae: the norfolk salvation army annual dinner will be held this week... and the norfolk area community foundation are now accepting applications for grants. here's susan risinger with the details. "several requests for changes in the comprehensive plan and zoning will be before the norfolk city council tonight and the norfolk planning commission tomorrow. projects involved in the zoning requests include an agricultural fertilizer operation, an assisted living facility and a church. the norfolk salvation army annual dinner will be held tomorrow, with special guest university of nebraska-lincoln chancellor harvey perlman. the event begins at noon in the time square event center. applications are
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being taken now for grants from the norfolk area community foundation. the deadline to apply for gran november 13th, and applications and more information are available at the foundation office in the norfolk area chamber of commerce building, or by calling 402- 379-9516. these and more stories can be heard on newstalk wjag, literock 97.5 and 106kix. " jessica rae: coming up in sports... the musketeers hosted waterloo in a rare sunday affair at the tyson events center.. we have highlights when we come back. scott: stay tuned for today's forecast... jessica rae:
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musketeers are out to defend their western conference title. alex walker has more. two weekends ago, the musketeers scored one goal in a two-game set with bloomington. last week, the offense returned. three goals on
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tuesday at sioux falls. four on friday at omaha. sioux city 3-4 this season....hosting waterloo yesterday afternoon. late first period...already 2-0 musketeers....but waterloo answers on the power play....david cotton chips one past evan smith...blackhawks within one... second period now..mitch fossier the shot...matt steeves the deflection and in! sioux city back on top 3-1. but nick swaney responds for waterloo two minutes later....somehow sticks that in the back of the net....lead down to one.. later in the period...connor valesano has a golden opportunity with all kinds of space....but he is denied....wouldnt matter...sioux city wins it 7-5. early on in saturday's showdown with northwestern, jordan canzeri went down with an ankle injury. in came akrum wadley....and he did not disappoint in the hawkeye backfield. 26 carries, 204 yards and four scores....tying iowa's single game mark for touchdowns in a game.
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with wadley's 200- yard game, it marks the first time in school history that two different hawks have reached that plateau in the same season. wadley enjoyed the ride...and he has his line to thank for that shoutout to the line. leader austin blythe. jordan walsh, they opened it up. loosened the load on me. all i had to do was cut of their blocks. jordan, he lightened the load on me he was helping me on the sidelines...showing me someholes i missed, some holes i could hit, he was a great help." iowa now has two conference road wins over ranked opponents for the first time since 2002. the 12th ranked- hawks are on a bye this week. for the first time this season, the huskers are on the winning end of a big ten conference game. nebraska beat minnestoa 48-25. after a string of heartbreaks, saturday's win was a sigh of relief for mike riley. hint there in the fourth quarter, of maybe this thing getting close, especially when they made the two-point conversion. and it had a hint of that. its relief, but also excitment, yeah."
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nebraska hosts northwestern on saturday afternoon. have a great rest of morning. we've all been wanting to workout, but not get dressed and get to the gym. what does it take how does the rest of the body to "get going"... i decided to find out! "nats - "but you're doing five reps of that, ok so burpee, 1, 2, 3, but you're doing 5!, music push ups" rae: according to doctor david ensz with mercy family medicine... when it comes to working out the brain releases two chemicals... serotonin and dopamine... those two chemicals activate the pleasure center of our brain... nat "burpee one two three, jump squats 25, on the ropes let's go people"
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exercising more of that chemical is released and more of it stays around both of them stay around longer and even thinking of exercise increases the level of those hormones." rae: for someone like heidi gengler weightloss and a boost of confidence is what got her going to the gym every day... heidi: "just the way i have been able to adjust my lifestyle and get healthier and feel much better with myself when i started about a year ago i was a lot heavier than what i am and i just feel great after i have lost some weight and get motivated and get up every morning to start my day." rae: for others its the commraderie and friendships developed along the way... "it's personalized, it's never the same, and it's a lot of good friend here, a lot of good people" nat sounds "gym music working out" rae: jay todd, owner of jt training in sioux city, says one way he tries to motivate his clients is by keeping the workouts fun... jay todd: "we greet them enthusiastically, we welcome them by name, we're basically high energy everything we do. we like them to he a fun experience." so however your brain is motivated... dr. ensz says, find a way to get up and get going because the rest will become routine... dr. david ensz: "a lot of times if somebody gets in a routine to say when they get off work they're going to put their mind to exercising before they have a snack or before
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they have their big meal of the night, that will become their routine. our brain will get used to that it will get easier and easier." jessica rae: scott: their routine. our brain will get used to that it will get easier and easier." jessica rae: scott: it's time now to check on your forecast... scott:good morning siouxland. it's a windy and warm start to your monday. temperatures are sitting in the upper 50s and lower 60s. this is about 20 degrees warmer than yesterday. the wind is from the south between 10 and 20 miles per hour. the local satellite and radar picture is pretty quiet with mostly clear skies.
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checking out your dayplanner - it appears that we'll top out in the lower 80s this afternoon with sunshine. rae thanks scott... general motors is temperatures are sitting in the upper 50s and lower 60s. this is about 20 degrees warmer than yesterday. the wind is from the south between 10 and 20 miles per hour. the local satellite and radar picture is pretty quiet with mostly clear skies. checking out your dayplanner - it appears that we'll top out in the lower 80s this afternoon with sunshine. rae thanks scott... general motors is now recalling some 20-15 models in connection with the massive air bag recall. kendis gibson and reena ninan have the details jessica rae: good morning. topping "america's money," that massive air bag recall is still growing.
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about 400 new vehicles. it is a small number but the first to include 2015 gm models. >> the defective takata air bags could explode when deployed. and it was a weekend for "goosebumps," the family friendly horror flick starring jack black beat all the competition taking in $23.5 million. >> "the martian" was second, "bridge of spies" starring tom hanks was third. >> and burger king is out with his black hamburger buns, so mc's has countered with this. >> it's a pork patty with thousand island dressing on a yes, gray. and as one twitter user said to both burger chains, "why not just serve real food." >> that's why i stick with tofu.
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>> that's "america's money. working on my feet all day gave me pain here. in my knees. but now, i step on this machine and get my number which matches my dr. scholl's custom fit orthotic inserts. now i get immediate relief from my foot pain. my knee pain.
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biggest catch on record in the state. andrew ozaki reports. "when it come to fish
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got one this big two feet from me and it just away." guy's... at least for now. (tom keller/fisherman) "i tossed it out. one pull bang." tom keller from malcolm has a whopper. friday october 9th he was with family - fishing on the below gavins point dam.. when he landed this paddlefish (tom keller/fisherman) "i just followed him down the bank. everyone else was reeling in getting out of the way." he says it was like pulling in a huge piece of soaked drift wood. (tom keller/fisherman) "got him into the bank. my uncle put a lasso around his nose and as soon as the fish rolled over to his side we knew just how big he was." the gas station scale they went to first topped out at 100 pounds... they had to move to the local co-op. (tom keller/fisherman) "so they weighed him on the feed scale 113 pounds 4 ounces." the biggest fish ever recorded - caught in the state of nebraska according to game and parks. (daryl bauer/nebraska game and parks
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we've ever had that's over 100 pounds." smashing the previous record of a 107 pound 12 oz paddlefish that was caught in the same area back in 2011. (daryl bauer/nebraska game and parks commission) "that's a big fish for nebraska waters. that's a huge fish." stirring the imagination of these small fry visiting the aksarben aquarium at schram park. (ben howard/aquarium visitor) i'm guessing it's at least 12 feet yeah." with the admiration from other anglers (art vanhorn/angler) "wish i were him." (kurt smith/angler) "good for him. i bet he had a fun time with that one." and a freezer full of (trisha sackschewsky/resid ent)"i say you catch it. you clean it." (tina dunham/resident) then we'd have a big make a fiberglass (tom "it's just starting to proof his fish story and speaking of davenport's west some new inhabitants. the iowa natural resources has released 2- thousand rainbow trout into the lake. 200 of those were folks fishing a chance to win catch one. d-n-r officials say the trout neutral fish... no positive or on the natural
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eco-system. jessica rae: and staying on the lakes... several people dove in for davenport's annual polar plunge this weekend. crews from local schools, state and local police departments took the plunge this year. all the money raised goes to special olympics of iowa, helping tousands of special olympians train and compete all over the hawkeye state. although the weather on saturday wasn't too bad for a dip... the water was a little chilly... but that's wasn't about to stop the brave plungers from jumping in, for a good cause. "organizing it and getting the team together is harder but when you get out here, it's fun to watch all the other people jumping in, and then you find out how much money you raised to help 12 thousand special olympians in iowa, and it makes it all worth it, and actually every year you do it, it's easier. " jessica rae: so scott... would you take the plunge? jessica rae scott: jessica and scott are chatting about taking the polar plunge.
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taking the polar plunge. jessica and scott taking the polar plunge. scott:today we highlight a breezy jessica and scott are chatting about going to team up to warm temperatures this afternoon as highs exceed 80 degrees. a cold front boundary will sit over siouxland tuesday and into wednesday. this willhave a pretty minor effect on our weather. we'll see some additional cloud cover and possibly a few showers. the cold front sweeps through by wednesday morning and we'll see temperatures fall off with highs diminishing into the 60s. today's high is 82 with sunshine. our low is 57 with partly cloudy skies tonight. tomorrow, we're heading into
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conditions and a handful of showers. here's your 7 day forecast where we've got a strong chance of rain on friday and a gradual decline in temperatures from near 80 to near 60. jessica rae scott: going to team up to bring us some very warm temperatures highs exceed 80 degrees. a cold sit over siouxland tuesday and into wednesday. this will have a pretty minor effect on our weather. we'll see some additional possibly a few showers. the cold front sweeps through by wednesday morning and we'll see temperatures fall off with highs diminishing into the 60s. today's high is 82 with sunshine. our low is 57 with partly cloudy skies tonight. tomorrow, we're heading into the upper 70s with partly cloudy handful of showers. here's your 7 day forecast where we've got a strong chance of rain on
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friday and a gradual decline in temperatures from near 80 to near 60. jessica rae scott: adlib jessica rae: " coming up in our six o'clock hour... a siouxland man's need for speed... is taking him straight to the top of the dirt track racing world. stay tuned to meet him. jessica rae: " plus... i'll take you to this year's drum fest... where 25 of the best drummers siouxland has to offer took the stage to see who is number one more... our six o'clock hour.
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siouxltemperatures are sitting in the upper 50s and lower 60s. this is about 20
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