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jessica rae: coming up this morning on abc9 news... the latest on basketball star lamar odom... who has now been moved to a hospital in los angeles. " jessica rae: a correctionville farmer is getting a head start on next year's harvest.... by keeping busy with cover crops. " jessica rae: plus... the excitement over the next star wars film has reached a fever pitch... after the latest trailer has been revealed. we'll discuss the growing star wars phenomenon... later on in the show. "" jessica rae: lamar odom is now in california. a week after he was found unresponsive inside a brothel, e-s-p-n reports odom has been taken to a hospital in los angeles. he'll continue his recovery there. reporter andrew spencer has the latest on his condition.
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the photos obtained by daily-mail-dot-com appear to show lamar odom inside the love ranch outside las vegas. it's not clear when they're taken. in one photo, the former n-b-a star sitting up with a bottle of water in hand. in the others, he appears to be unconscious. again... it's not clear if he's just sleeping. odom would later be taken to the hospital, after being found unresponsive. brothel employees say pinkish fluid was coming out of his mouth and nose. odom has spent a week in various hospitals. e-s-p-n reports -- just last night -- a helicopter took odom from a hospital in las vegas to one in southern california. one of odom's former coaches says his condition is improving. ( jim harrick / coached lamar odom in college ) "he took his breathing tube out himself, and if he needs a mask, he'll wear it, but he's breathing on his own." a coach for odom in college, jim harrick says he's been in contact with odom's estranged wife, khloe kardashian, almost every day. ( jim harrick / coached lamar odom in college ) "he spoke a few words. she reached down and said, 'hey. you know i love you,' and
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and then went back news cites multiple sources, saying odom has "...started and that his and ability to communicate have all improved quite a bit. sources close to odom says he has progressed to the point, where he can continue his recovery in los angeles. i'm andrew spencer, reporting jessica rae: want to secretly collect personal info from people? apparently there are apps for that... well, at least there used to be... the problem was discovered over the weekend.... leading apple to remove 256-apps from the i-tunes app store. apple officials are now working with developers to fix these apps to make sure they're safe-- in the meantime, they're banned from being downloaded. jessica rae: texas is p pnning to cut all state medicaid funding to planned parentntod. the state issued a letter to planned parenthood, citing a series of controversial undercover videos. plplned parenthood says the videos, which apar to
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show officials from the organization discussing the sale of fetal tissue, are heavily edited and misleading. the organization called the texas decision "outrageous". the move comes after federal judges recently ruled medicaid payments to planned parenthood in louisiana and utah must continue, at least temporarily. jessica rae: the federal government is establishing new ground rules for people who fly remote- controlled drones. " whether we are talking about driverless cars or unmanned aircraft, we're committed as an agency to recognizing the potential of these innovations while we establish the ground rules to ensure their safe integration into our national transportation system." jessica rae: those drones continue to fly into restricted areas. they've gotten close to commerical airline flights, crashed on sports events and even disturbed aerial tankers busy fighting wildfires. transportation secretary anthony foxx says all drones will have to be registerededn the
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(anthony foxx/transpopoation secretary):"we're going to require operators of drones to register their aircraft just like commercial drone operators do currently. the details of this new registration system will be developed by a task force consisting of government leaders and a diverse groups of stakeholders who will woro on a tight deadline to get this work done." jessica rae: the f-a-a said it's developing technology that can identify drone operators and force them to land. the idea behind it is... drone operators will be more operators and force them to land. the idea behind it is... drone operators will be more responsible if they know they can be caught jessica rae: big changes are coming to iowa house district 4. state represenative john kooiker (koy-ker) of boyden has announced he will not seek re-election and will retire from the legislature when his term ends in january 20-17. kooiker (koy-ker) was elected this year, in a special election following the death of longtime rep. dwayne alons. shortly after kooiker made his plans known...22 year old skyler wheeler of
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orange city announced he will rurufor the distriri fourth seat when it comemeopen in 20- 17. wheeler works in sheldon and is 2015 northwestern college graduate. jessica rae: after more than 2 years of back and forth debate... a more than century old sioux city home will finally come down. sioux city, city council guaranteed the demolition on a three to two vote the rose hill mansion at 15-29 grandview was red tagg months ago... but one-time owner james gengler managed to keep the home from the wrecking ball with multiple legal maneuvers. council members keith radig and pete groetken voted against the demolition... but hebert construction of sioux city now has the green light to clear the home site. jessica rae: also, at last night's city council meeting... a plan to renovate sioux city police and fire headquarters is now in the works. the more than two-million dollar project is moving forward after a 5-0 vote. built about 30 years ago... the building at 6th and douglas
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streets has serious roof and infrastructure problems. council approved the multi-milllln dollar agreeeent with sioux cocoractors. work is expected to being before the end of the year with completion expected in early 2017. jessica rae: sioux city, ci council also gave the green light to a consulting group from wisconsin for site analysis and planning for future build-outs at chris larsen park. the study costs about 45-thousand dollars. when complete the city will use the information to update riverfront property formerly used by the argosy casino. " jessica rae: coming up.... i'll tell you all about cover crops... and how they're helping a correctionville farmer get a head start on next year's harvest. you'll hear from him... up next. scott: we'll have... "you're watching abc9 news this morning... with ... jessica rae... and meteorologist
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scott larson.. thth is abc9 news thismorning. "
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where a weak boundary is going to be stationed nearby today. that may act as a focal point for the development of a handful of sprinkles and showers. it'll be warm today with highs near 80 degrees, but big changes sweep in tomorrow when highs will be sliced down by degrees. we'll then watch as a system lifts out of the south h d delivers our first really good shot at measurable precipitation in about a month. that will affect us thursday night and at least through the first half of friday. today, we're
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expecting a high temperature of 77 with partly cloudy skies and a few sprinkles. your overnight low will be 52. tomorrow, it'll be more seasonal with a mix of sun and clouds as we make it to a high in the upper 60s. here's your 7 day forecast where we'll have high temperatures staying at or above normal, but slowly sliding downward as we move forward. we have a very good chance of rain thursday night and friday. as a focal point for the development of showers. it'll be highs near 80 degrees, but big changes sweep in tomorrow when highs will be sliced down by 10 degrees. we'll then watch as a the south and really good shot at
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about a month. that will affect us thursday night and at least through the first half of friday. today, we're expecting a high temperature of 77 with partly cloudy skies and a few sprinkles. your overnight low will be 52. tomorrow, it'll be more seasonal with a mix of sun and clouou as we make it to a high in thehepper 60s. here'e'your 7 day forerest where we'll have high temperatures staying at or above normal, but slowly sliding downward as we move forward. we have a very good chance of rain thursday night and friday. jessica rae scott: jessica rae: most iowa farmers are harvesting their crops around this time of year... but... some farmers are still growing healhty virbrant crops for the fall... called cover crops abc9 news reporter deborah souverain has more on the crops that help keep soil healthy. most crops are...dried out around this type of year.
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but you'll see on john wilcox's farm. natpop -- john pulling up radishes. john p pnts cover crops during the healthier soil. phosphorus and potassiuiuand our crops, soybeans and corn, have a difficult time extracting those from soil. but he says cover this year..he's and field peas. field peas have an out of the soil. so they absorb it into the plant..and when they die they release it back out soybean and the corn can get the nutrient easier now because it's in a more organic form," said john cover crops increase the number of organisms living in the soil. it also reduces erosion..and cuts the amount of nitrates that leak into ground water. and those aren't the only benefits john has reaped. "i saw pretty close to a five bushel increase on my soybeans where we did it," said wilcox, plants cover crops. john says it cost him about 25 dollars per acre...t.tplant the crops using a crop duster. but farmers can get financial assistance. "those incentives are available to producers who may have never tried cover crops before and would like
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cover crops, something new. we also have cost share incentives available for cover crops in the past and would like to continue to do so utilizing some of that money, said evans. each cover crop provides different soil benefits... around to see what they are. "we'll continue doing it especially if we economic benefits," wilcox the natural conservation service... has extensive information on cover crops...and their benefits jessica rae: for a link to those tools... visit our website siouxland matters dot com. the dreaded emerald ash borer has been found in linn county iowa. resources conservation service... has extensive infofoation on cover crops...and their benefitsts jessica rara for a link to those tools... visit our website siouxland matters s dot com. jessica rae: the dreaded emerald ash borer has been found in linn county iowa. the destructive insect has been detected in southern cedar rapids, after member of the iowa emerald ash borer team noticed a suspicious looking ash tree
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infested with larvae. the borer has now made its way to 29 counties in iowa iowa department of natural resources is warning iowans to refrain from transporting firewood from or to areas affected by the emerald ash borer. " jessica rae: still to come.. the first family recently cerenaded usher with the happy birthday song. stay tuned to hear the obamas rendition of the iconicicong. " jessica rae: d.... we'll discuss thth growing hype over star wars the force awakens... after last night's release of the new trailer... and months and months of special events about the film. stay with us. jessica rae: how many people
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"president obama and the first lady are singing happy birthday to usher. jessica rae: that is president
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that is president obama and first lady michelle obama singing "happy birthday" to usher. the singer was taping a p-b-s show at the white house on his birthday... . so the first family treated him to a cake and a family rendition of "happy birthday". the white house shared the video online. and usher also posted@it on facebook, saying he couldn't be more gratefu the singer turned 37-years-old last week. jessica rae: star wars mania is reaching a fever pitch. the latest trailer for the next film in the saga has been released... but before the official unveiling of that trailer... `fans in hollywood gathered to watch it together... and hoping to snatch up some tickets for the first showing. here's more on the growing phenomenon. "this is the just released. offifial poster for "the force awakens"?opening in theaters on cember 18th. ts "bum, bum, bum?" toy?disney released a 15 second preview of the latest trailer? the full thing?is showing during halftime of espn's monday night
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football. fans?are lining up at the el capitan in hoywood to watch the trailer on the big screen here. lewis lecca; glendale "this is the time of year when you realize you're not alone. you come out of your house and hang out with star wars fans." abraham larios, jr.; sherman oaks "nobody knows what's going to happen, they've been tight lipped. so we're hoping to get a little tease." michaelson "as soon as that trailer airs, fans will have the opportunity to buy tickets for the show in 2 months!" "we're home! (chewbaca sound)" there's been quite a buililup to this. nats (nats of darth vader) back in april?disneyhosted a star wars celebrbrion at the anaheim convention center for 100,000 devoted fans? nats nats of trailer they screened the first trailer?featuring a familiar pair. ts "we're home! (chewbaca sound)" nats nats of theme song in july?the san diego symphony serenaded star wars fans at comic con. they were introduced to new cast members?and original stars carrie fisher, mark hammil, and harrison ford?.who are re- uniting on screen. tonight?jason ward is lining up for tickets?.along with son named luke?after you know who?luke skywalker! jason ward; bellflower "its like, its luke
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skywalker! he's the new hope!" nats "i'm'muke skywalker, i'm here to rescue you! if you need a refresher course on the classic movies?disney announced they'll be playing all of them select theaters marathon style?before the new film screens in december. caprice conley; thousand oaks "i'm doing it. i'm doing the marathon. i'm committed!" jessica rae: scott: jessica and scott are chatting about the hype over the next star wars film. jessica and scott are chatting about the hype over the next star wars film. jessica and scott are chatting about the hype over the next star wars film. scott:good morning next star wars film. jessica and scott are chatting about the hype over the nextxttar wars film. ssica and scott are chatting about the hype over the next star wars film. scott:good morning siouxland. it's been next star wars film. jessica and scott are chatting about the hype over the next star wars film. jessica and scott
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are chatting about the hype over the next star wars film. scott:good morning siouxland. it's been next star wars film. jessica ananscott are chatting about the hype over the next star wars film.m. jessica and scott are chatting about the hype over the next star wars fm. scott:good morning siouxland. it's been next star wars film. jessica and scott are chatting about the hype over the next star wars film. jessica and scott seeing a few sprinkles light up the radar to the west and some mostly cloudy skies. measurable rain howewer is pretty unlikely today. temperatures are
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in the 50s throughout the much calmer wind currently sustained between 5 and 10 miles per hour. the dayplanner shows high temperatures reaching into the upper 70s under partly cloududskies. d-o-t traffic cam's here at . many folks still waking up and starting their areas today: ... police will be running radars, here... riverside blvd. and on w.19th street. so again... mind that speed. " jessica rae: still to come... parents are coming to the defense of a siouxland teacher... who was fired for what some say was a misunderstanding. i'll bring you all the details on why the teacher
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from sibley- ocheyedan has been fired after he was found asleep in a classroom with a student. but some community members are coming to the defense of the coach, saying the situation is not what it seems. abc9 news reporter reporter elisa raffa has the details. "kyle is this student's dad. not legally, not by blood, but he is this student's dad." kyle ewinger was terminated on thursday, after superintendede bill boer walked in on ewinger sleeping next to an elementary student in his middle school social studies classroom. citing the violation of several
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disciplinary codes, the school board decided to fire him. meeting, ewinger expressed that this student is more like his son. he claimed the two had returned from an out-of-town football game that friday night. when he went to take the boy home his grandmother's and no one ewinger said he tried totoake the boy home, but his door didn't want to wake up his family. the two went back to the school to sleep in the classroom for a few hours before referee the next that's when the superintendent walked in on the two sleeping on an air matress. many supporters echoed the claim in mind. his homework, he has football kids tutoring him, he got school every day, he feeds him, he gives him allowance...he things a parent does for a child " sasa kim van der slslt, parent of three in the sibley- the school board
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voted 4-1 to terminathis employment from the school. kim says it's frustrating that suspension wasn't an option, especially since they had not yet investigated. a second meeting is being held monday evening to discuss the actions of the superintendent who found them in the classroom. "if you walked into a situtation where you didn't have any idea what was happening, you walked back out. and bill boer told us that he just didn't know what was happening, he put his hands up and said i don't even know what's happening here and he walked out of the room" says kim van der sloot, parent of three in the sibley- ocheyedan district. jessica rae: we reached out for comment from superintendent boer and all the members of the school board on the matter, but they either declined to comment or didn't return calls. the osceola county sheriff explained they were notified of the situation..... but are removed d from the process until needed. fter their inveigation, if they
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would've been appropriate, then i assume that the probably will contact us then" says kevin wollmukh, chief deputy. jessica rae: we will bring you more on this story as it continues to develop. " jessica rae: when we come back... i'll get you caught up on the race to the white house... including the latest on whether vice president joe biden will enter the race. that story and more... are right after the break. scott: " " scott:here's a check of the stormcast hd where a weak boundary is going to
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as a focal point for the development of a handful of
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warm today with degrees, but big tomorrow when highs will be sliced down by 10 degrees. system lifts out of the south and really good shot at measurableprecipitation in about a month. that will affect us thursday night and at least through the first half of friday. today, we're expecting a high temperature of 77 with partly cloudy skies and a few sprinkles. your overnight low will be 52. t torrow, it'll
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with a mix of sun and clouds as we make it 60s. here's your 7 day we'll have high temperatures staying at or above normal, but slowly sliding downward as we move forward. we have a very goooo chance of rain thursday night and friday. today. that may act as a focal point for the development of a handful of sprinkles and showers. it'll be warm today with highs near 80 degrees, but big chchges sweep in
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down by 10 degrees. we'll then watch as a system lifts out of the south and delivers our first really good shot at precipitation in will affect us thursday night and at least through the first half of friday. today, we're expecting a high temperature of 77 with partly cloudy skies and a few sprinkles. your overnight low will be 52. tomorrow, it'll be more seasonal with a mixixf sun and clouds as we make it to a high in the uer 60s. here's your 7 day forecast where we'lf have high
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now to the latest on the race to the white house... speculation continues to grow on whether or not vice president joe biden will enter the 20-16 democratic race. abc's stephanie ramos has the latestst "will he or won't t ...join the 2016 presidential race??? that is still the biggesquestion ...looming over vice president joe biden. josh earnestwhite house press secretary personal decision for anybody to make everyone but biden is weighing on this decision.....especially supporters. nats: never quitvideo shot of "draftft biden... 2 2 deos out ... lots of questions.. nats: kristin welker will you run??? biden laughs and still no decision....but ho about this?
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potentially aimed at the 2 democratic frontrunners..hilla ry clinton and bernie sanders. biden: "i don't consider republicans enemies. they're friends," a possible response to clinton's debate answer when asked? which enemy she is most proud of. hillary: probab the republicans. (laughter) clinton later calling her answer tongue- in-cheek." and...was this one for the self described democratic socialist bernie sanders? biden: i'm not one of these guys - you know, let's go after the rich a a the powerful a a they're the problem. they're not a problem. on the republican side... trump vs bush? trump suggesting president george w bush was to blame for the 9/11 attacks..and bush stepping in to once again defend his brother. does anyone actually blame my brother for the attacks on 9/11. if they do they're totally marginalizing our society. a brand new poll out has donald trump and ben carson neck
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and neck at the top-- marco rubio next, but still several points behind. polling on the demcratic side shows - voters think clinton is a stronger leader than biden but the vp is more likable.. as the vp gets closer and closer to a decision....abc news has learned he's held talks with potential supporters and democrats...in early primary y ates. stephaniniramos abc news washington. jessica rae: dodold trump is mamang iowa one of his three stops across the nation in the coming days. this wednesday october 21st... trump plans on making a campaign stop in buington iowa for a rally. that'll be at the burlington memorial auditorium at 6 o'clock jessica rae: but before he gets to iowa... trump had an event yesterday in anderson south carolina. while there... the billionaire businessman took aim at the obama adminsnsation on the sesend amendment... claiming president obama wants to disarm americans. " donald trump/(r) presidential candidate) "you know, the president is thinking about signing an executive order where he wants to take your guns away. you hear about this? not gonna happen. that won't happen. there's plenty of executive orders being signed, you know that. and we can't let that go on. it'll all stop, it'll all stop very soon i think because people are tired of what's
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countrtr jessica rae:the president has not said he plans to take weapons but he is calling for legislation that would universal background checks. jessica rae: and speaking of the donald... he and g-o-p caniddate ben carson are requesting secret service protection the department of homeland security says it has received from both campaigns and are currently under review. part of that reviewrocess will incde consulting with congressional leadership. jessica rae: former president bill clinton will be joining his wife, democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton on her next trip to iowa. they'll both be in attendance for a rally being held this saturday in des moines. the event will feature pop star katy perry as well. hillary clinton will attend the jefferson jackson dinner later that evening. jessica rara bernie sanders will also be in attendance at the jefferson- jackson dinner this weekend. the vermont senator was in
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oskaloosa on monday for a town hall meeting. it was his second day on the campaign trail in the hawkeye state. while on that stop... he took the time to talk about how his campaign has grown over the months. "(sen. bernie sanders, (d) presidential candidate) " the momentum is with us. there was ll that came out in new hampshire today that had us comfortably ahead. i freely concede that we started off this campaign i was at 3 percent in the polls. and people thought i was a fringe candidate. we've made a lot of progress in the last 5 months. and i think we got a real shot to win this." jessica rae: candidate also stopped in fort madison and iowa city on this trip. jessica rae: democratic candidate jim webb may continue his run as an independent. he'll make an announcement today that he's considering g making the switch. the fofoer virginia senator complained during last week's democratic debate that he didn't get enough time to speak. he also claimed the debate was mostly focused on hillary clinton and bernie sanders. a recent c-b-s national poll puts webb far behind
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both clinton and sanders, with two-percent support. jessica rae: republicans in washington are still wondering... will paul ryan run for speaker of the house? a spokesman for the wisconsin congressman said at so far... there is "no update" on his decision. lawmakers are back in d-c this week after a week-long recess. if ryan decides not to run, it's possible up to a dozen other candidates could jump into the race for speaker. outgoing speaker john boehner says he'll delay his resignation from congress until a replacement is set. jessica rae: the animal shelter of northeast nebraska has raised funds for a new building... and this month's school spirit award winner has been announced. here's susan risinger with the details. " the animal shelter of northeast nebraska has raised about $700,000 to convert the former norfolk hatchery building into a shelter with kennels for 32 dogs and 36 cats. the fundraising success also qualifies the shelter for a $100,000 grant from the peter kiewit foundation. the nebraska school activities association has named battle creek high school as the
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award. as the october honoree, the schoololill receive a $250 gas card to support team and fan travel. and spiders are trying to invade your`home, looking for a place to nest. nebraska extension educator wayne ohnesorg says caulking all possible entry points is the first line of defense, but for those spiders that still manage to get into your home, the best control is a glue board placed near r doors and in corners. these and more stories can be heard on newstalk wjag, literock 97.5 and 106kix. " jessica rae: the presidents plan fighting climate change is getting a boost. dozens of companies ging to take steps to fight the global issue. mega- corporations, including apple, nike, walmart, walt disney and coca cola, have now signed-on.n. among the promises - cutting their emissions by as much as half. and increasing
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clean energy use. president obama says the pledges come from a wide array of the corporate world. (president obama) "right now we've got 81 companies who've signed-on to what we're calling the american business act on climate change. jessica rae: the white house says the commitments endorse a strong outcome during the upcoming climate conference in paris. jessica rae: the texas high school student who got in trouble for making a homemade clock has paid a visit to the white house. ahmed mohamed made headlines last month after being arrested at school when a teacher mistook his homemade clock k r a bomb. ahmed's story brought an outpouring of support from arnd the world, including president obama. who invited the teen to attend white house astronomy last night that's where nasa
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come together with teachers and talented students, including ahmed jessica rae: first lady michelle obama is calling on the biggest names in t-v and digital media to help promote education. the first lady has launched the "better make room" campaign. it encourages people between 14 and 19-years old... dubbed "generation z" by the white house... to continue their education beyond high school. the c-w network, funny or die, vine, and college humor are among the groups that will promote the campaign through p-s-a's and special content. the initiative is a part of the first lady's "reach higher" progogm ... which is designed to expand ucational opportunities for young le nationwide. jessica rae: coming up in sports... the abc9 top plays are back with help from you, our viewers. stay tuned for the countdown up ahead. scott: stay tuned for today's forecast...
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siouxland and athletes are going all out for their teams. here's chris with five examples in the abc9 top playsys of the week. chris papaquist--"on average, we here at abc9 sports shoot about 30 sporting events a week. that's a good total, but we can't be everywhere, which is why it's great when fans send in their submissions for the abc9 top plays, just like they did this week. we kick things off over in holstein. ridge view hosting west lyon. grant anderson rolls out a long way nobody's open but it doesn't matter with buddy lamp out there. look at that catch in traffic...it's almlmt like learning to fly or falling in love. a dangerous throw, but a catch like that is gonna happen when it's supposed to happen. play number four was one of three plays sent into us this week. we head t to winnebago...and drake gorrin of the indians, looks a whole lot like seneca wallace against texas tech back in 2002. coaches always
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stress running north/south, and gorrin s sws he can do that, while running east/west too. an impressive cross-field run for bago. what a week it's been for the dordt volleyball team. in the past 7 days they've taken down the number one and number two teams in the nation...this from their battle witp-ranked viterbo. and summer jansen, some how digs this out...hohostly might have used her noggin on it...and gets it to fall for a point. an incredible kill for the defenders--thanks to jacob hall for sharing the cip. foplay number two, we stay in sioux county...western christian taking on unity christian. it's 4th and 15 for the wolfpack from the 16, and joey horstman has no regard for his ribs. he climbs the ladder and takes a hard shot, but he holds on for the score. how often do you see professional receivers get alligator arms in a situation like this...an incredible catch for horstman. but play number one comes to us from heelan and storm lake. we've seen branden
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hohenstein here in the top spot before and he decided to reclaim the position. look at the elevation, he nearly sticks it with his right hand and then adjusts and gets his arms under it before it hits even the nfl referees could agree that's a catch and that's why branden hohenstein locks up the top spot in the abc9 top plays of the week. jessica rae: scott: it's time now to check on your forecast... scott: good morning siouxland. it's been exceptionally dry so far this month. this morning, we're seeing a few sprinkles light up the radar to the
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measurable rain however is pretty unlikely today. temperatures are sitting comfortably in the 50s throughout the region. we have a much calmer wind than yesterday currently sustained between 5 and 10 miles per hour. the dayplanner shows high temperatures reaching into the upper 70s under partly cloudy skies. rae thanks scott... there are new details in the volkswagen emissions scandal... and how the company might have to compensate owners. recna ninan and kendis gibson have thlatest. good morning. topping "america's money" -- mounting legal woes for
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volkswagen. >> the company is facing hundreds of lawsuits stemming from its emissions cheating scandal. and experts say it could be forced to ultimately buy back recalled cars altogether. and after a brief increase, gas prices are dropping again. the national average $2.26 a gallon. >> that's 85 cents cheaper than this time last year. drivers in new jersey are paying the lowest at just under 2 bucks a gallon. and "star wars" fans wasted no time in getetng tickets to ththfilm "the force awaks" from our parent company, disney, due out in december. a 2:30 trailer debuted during monday night foo and it appears to be a touchdown with fans as tickets also went on sale last night. >> demand unprecedented, this fan bought 175 tickets at an imax in nevada. >> wow. very impressive, indeed. and that's "america's money." terry bradshaw? whatat surprise! you know what t se is a surprise? shingles. and how it can hit you t of nowhere. i know. i had it. c'mon t's sit down and talk about it.
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(all) no. that's why i'm reminding people if you had chickenpox then the shingles virus is already inside you. (all) oooh. who's had chickenpox? scoot over. and look that nasty rash can pop up anywhere and the pain can be even worse than it looks. talk to yoyo doctor or pharmacici.
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lives to rescuing dogs. and on monday they welcomed an entire plane full. reporter ashley
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kewish has more on their rescue efforts. animal lover christininowens brought 4-month-old powdwd out for somemeresh air. (chrhrtina owens) "she had no hair when wgot her." powder's getting over a nasty case of mange. (christina owens) "it's safe, t's safe." but powder's not the only dog christina's taking care of. she has 46. (christina owens) "i love animals! and i'm a little crazy. no." christina runs utah lost and found pets, helping place those 46 animals in foster homes. tephanie smith) "so is she ready foror adoption, then?" but powder's playground today is no park-- it's an airport. (christina owens) "i was gonna have my fosters meet me here, and then i thought about it and i was like yiu know..." this plane isn't filled with toys or doggie treats. (nats) it's packed with dogs. (christina owens) "oh, he's here? where? like he just landed?" yes, the only passengers on this plane are puppies. (christina owens) "but these are the best. these martingales are the best. i absolutely love these." that's stephanie smith. she helped plan this day. (stephanie smith) "just did a mass rescue evacuation of death row dogs in new mexico." (nats) yes, death row dogs. (stephanie smith) "in new mexico, they typically only have three days to be saved. so as you can
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imagine, it's pretty tough over there to be a pet." (nats) smith says shelters in new mexico are simply overwhelmed with pets. (christina owens) "they're euthanized, and taken out in black garbage bagsgs and taken to t t landfill." she says many people simply don't understand the importance of spaying and neutering their pets... (nats) making days like this part of a neverending cycle. (christina owens) "we take out 50, 50 more come in the next day. these guys? they have no voices. (gets emotional) they have no one to help t tm. some of them have never even felt a human hand, other than to be mean to them." but these dogs have little to worry about. many are now getting their first taste of freedom and some are a little eager to start their new lives. (nats) these animals aren't even going to shelters-- they're going to foster homes and hopefully, finding a a place to call ththr own.n. (stephanie smith) "we sacrifice our heart on a daily basis but
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these are...makes it worth it." jessica rae scott: jessica and scott are chatting about this pet rescue. jessica and scott are chattingngbout this pet rescue. jessica and scott are chatting about this pet rescue. scott:a weak boundary is going to be stationed nearby today. that may act as a focal point for the development of essica and scott are chatting about this pet rescue. jessica and scott are chatting about this pet rescue. scott:a weak
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today. that may act as a focal point for the development of handful of sprinkles and showers. it'll be warm today with highs near 80 degrees, but big changes sweep in tomorrow when highs will be sliced down by 10 degrees. we'll then watch as a system lifts out of the soutand delivers our first really good shot at measurable precipitation in about a month. that will affect us thursday night and at least through the first half of friday. today, we're
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skies and a few sprinkles. your ernight low will be 52. tomorrow, it'll be more seasonal with a mix of sun and clouds as we make it to a high in the upper 60s. here's your 7 day forecast where we'll have high temperatures staying at or above normal, but slowly sliding downward as we move forward. we have a very good chance of rain " jessica rae: coming up in our six o'clock hour... i'll bring you the latest on the lawsuit against the keysto x-l pipeline from nebraska land owners. stay tuned to hear from the landowners attorney. jessica rae: "
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branstad plans to change a popular program that makes sure iowa kids have health insurance. stay tuned to find out how this may affect y y. scott:good morning siouxland. it's been
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