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" jessica rae: plus chrissy teigan's budding baby bump has been sparking unexpected criticism online why? i'll explain these stories and more... on abc9 news this morning "" jessica rae: wisconsin lalaaker paul ryan is now stepping up to the gavel after previously turning down the house speaker role. abc's stephanie ramos has the latest. "paul ryan...is no longer resisting the pressure to run for house speaker... rep ryan "i consider to do this with reluctance" this comes after weeks of lobbying from republicans for him to take on the job of leading a divided house. now, the wisconsin lawmaker and former vp candidate.... finally says he's downo do the job...agreeing he'll run to replace john boehner as house speaker only if republicans unify behind him.
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then i will gladly serve," but ryan's got a few conditions. even though he has support from most publicans he says he'll only run if f suppppted by all the key groups within the g-o-p. including the hard-right house freedom caucus, the group that helped push speaker boehner out of his post. ryan also wants changes to house rules to be made as a team... wants to make it harder to overthrow a sitting eaker and the 45 year old father of 3 school age kids ....wants a better work-life balance. ryan: "i cannot and will not give up my family...may n be on the road as previous speaker...vivion ...message." california congressman kevin mccarthy .. was up for the job but abruptly withdrew following outcry from some conservatives and these comments about hillary clinton and the house benghazi committee. mccarthy on fox: "everybody thought hillary clinton was unbeatable right? but we put together a benghazi special committee. a select
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her r mbers are dropopng" jessica rae: sony pictures has agreed to settle a class action lawsuit filed by employees who were afraid their identities would be stolen after a massive email-haha last year. personal data from thousands of employees was compromised along with private emails from company executives and celebrities. the studio will y almost eight- million-dollars to settle claims. the deal was reached monday. now it must be approved by a court. jessica rae: scammers are now going after people who are waiting to receive the new chip- embedded credit cards. banks have switched to the cards because they're supposed to be more securere but a september survey showed almost 60-percent of users have not gotten a new card.
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leaving a window open for scammers. they send fake emails telling users they need to update their credit card account by confirming personal information. of course, it's just a way to get your information. if you get an email and you're not sure if it's legit... call the phone number on the back of your card. jessica rae: the woodbury county board of supervisors heard results on a long-term study of the prarie hills work release facility supervisor jeremy taylor, who presented the report.... is recommending the county shut down the old building, which is only used once a month. the study estimates it would cost upwards of 1-point-2 million dollars... just to maintain the building... over the next few years. "taking the money that otherwise would have been wasted at prarie hills over the next ten years, that we've already established is over $1 million and using it in a much more viable space that would be long- term makes a lot of fiscal sense for tax payers," said jeremy taylor, woodbury county board of supervisors. jessica rae: the plan taylor suggested would instead use those funds to add jail space
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at the law enforcement center... by converting a former recreational space. deputies say they agree something needs to be done with prarie hills. "we're not housing a lot of inmates out there; they don't fit the criteria and because of that it's a tremendous expense to keep that place open for four or five inmates out there," said greg stallman, major woodbury county sheriff's department. jessica rae: the next step would be to do a study... to determine if the law enforcement center can be expanded. and how the expansion would be paid for. the prarie hills building was built in 2000... to help with over-crowding at the jail. jessica rae: a discussion over how eventual tax revenues from c-f industries should be used... turned into a bit of a debate, at last night's board of supervisors meeting supervisor taylor is proposing the board set aside 50 percent of those dollars to help roll back property taxes in the county. it's an idea included in the counties vision 20-50 manual. c-f is spending one-point-seven billion dollars to expand its port neal facility near
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the project will eventually generate 130 million dollars in property taxes over 20 years for the county. "i think it's a first good step to say that the states largest expansion in it's history will have a sizeable effect on taxpayers. i thknk that they deserve that at the end of the day. what this would do is say we're putting tax payers first and that would be county wide. " jessica rae: taylors resolution met resistence from fellow supervisors larry clausen and jackie smith... both voiced concerns a resolution would tie the hands of future boards. "i just dont understand what we're doing. we just can't bind a future board, and your term will have expired long before any revenue is coming in," said supervisor larry clausen. "we have a bonding attorney who is an expert in that area and i'd like to defer it to him on if it's prudent to adopt this kind of resolution and possibly bind future boards or put them at risk fro not following the law," said supervisor
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jessica rae: the additional funds dont begin rolling in until 20-19. jessica rae: osceola county supervisors u- naimously approved a 20-year tax increment financing plan. that plan will take revenue from a wind turbine farm near harris, iowa to pay for a reconstructed road near highway 9 and a sewer lagoon. something that doesnt sit well with farmers who said they were promised tax relief. "as a board of supervisor we have to look at a blanced appoaced at the tax dollars that are generated being used in the best way jessica rae: this is the last year county officials can pass a "tif" to divert those revenues. an estimated 3- point-5 million dollars will be used for reconstruction and updates are set to begin next spring. jessica rae: a federal agency has given notice to the state of south dakota it will no longer be allowed to offer e-b-5 visas to foreign
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citizens. the program allowed for foreigners to gain visas into the u-s in exchange for investing into u-s businesses. the notice cites the state's mis- handling of the program in several cities as a reason for the discontinuation of the program " jessica rae: coming up.... i'll bring you the latest on rebekah williams... who has pled guilty to her role in the death of her son. you'll hear from her... after the break. scott: we'll have... "you're watching abc9 news this morning... with ... jessica rae... and meteorologist scott larson.. this is abc9 news this morning. " "" scott: here's a check of your stormcast if you think storm damage is the only cost of climate change, think again.
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may have a few showers during the morning with increasing cloud cover. we'll have high temperatures today in the upper see mostly cloudy come into the forecast primarily during the 2nd half of the day toward evening. we'll see the rain last through friday, but it should clear out in time for a great autumn weekend. today, your high temperature is 68 with some isolated showers. tonight's low temperature is 41 with a few clouds. tomorrow, clouds will increase and rain chances do too by the second half of the day with a high of 64. let's get a look at your 7 day forecast now which reveals temperatures hovering in the 60s and an extended stretch of dry weather following
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the chance of rain friday. morning with increasing cloud cover. we'll have high temperatures today in the upper 60s. tomorrow, we'll see mostly cloudy skies and rain will come into the forecast primarily during the 2nd half of the day toward evening. we'll see the rain last through friday, but it should clear out in time for a great autumn weekend. today, your high temperature is 68 with some isolated showers. tonight's low temperature is 41 with a few clouds. tomorrow, clouds will increase and rain chances do too by the second half of the day with a high of 64. let's get a look at your 7 day forecast now which reveals temperatures hovering in the 60s and an extended stretch of dry weather following the chance of rain friday. jessica rae scott: jessica rae: a sioux city mother...charged
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the death of her 2-month old son... is now accepting responsibilty. rebekah williams will face up to 25 years in prison for neglect of her three children that lead to the death of one of them. abc9 news reporter deborah souverain attended her hearing yesterday.... and has the story. natpop - "how do you plead?" said duane hoffmeyer chief judge ofrd judicial district natpop - "guilty your honor," said rebekah williams-mccarthy sioux city, mother rebekah williams- mccarthy...entering a change of plea in woodury county court tuesday. williams..pled guilty to three counts of child neglect...stemming from the death of her two month old son leonard back 20-14. "michael was on adderrall and marijuana and i chose to leave leonard there anyway," said rebekah williams- mccarthy. investigators say williams' boyfriend..michael..b rought the 2-month to an emergency room already dead. michael, who was looking after the infant... didn't call the ambulance
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because he had warrants for his arrest. williams who was working at the time... says she could have done more to protect her sons. "i left max in unsanitary conditions, knowing mike was not watching them, and max could not get up and leave; he couldn't defend himself," said rebekah williams- mccarthy. williams pled guilty to three counts... including child endangerment...resu lting in serious injury...child endangerment...resu lting in bodily injury. the plea cut her sentence of up to 85 years...down to 25. "these sentences will be served consecutive because of the separate and serious nature of each event and they each involved a different one of your children," said duane hoffmeyer cheif judge of third judicial district. williams accepted a similar plea to her boyfriend michael..who currently serving a 25 years. jessica rae: chief judge hoffmeyer says williams will be given credit for time served. there is not a mandatory williams will be given credit for
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there is not a mandatory minimum for her 25 year sentence. " jessica rae: when we come back... a die-hard fan of back to the future has recreated the iconic time machine from the popular film. stay tuned for more " jessica rae: plus... chrissy tiegen is defending herself against online critics... over her growing baby bump. find out why people are body shaming the famous model... in two minutes. jessica rae:
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today is the date marty mcfly and doc brown landed in the future in part two of the trilogy. now, there's a man in tokyo who is working on a car inspired by the delorean time machine. it matches point by point. sleek exterior design... speedometer.... of course the flux capacitor. the only difference is the car can't go 88 miles an hour because it's not street legal. the owner says it cost more than
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40-thousand dollars just to ship it. " (michihiko iwamoto, ceo, jeplan) "i saw the movie 30 years ago when i was 21. i totally believed that in 30 years, there would be a car that runs on garbage. but years went by and that didn't happen. so i thought i'd develop it. that's how it started." jessica rae: we will have more on back to the future... later on in the show. jessica rae: bob barker was hospitalized tuesday in hollywood. the former price is right host tripped and fell, hitting his head on the sidewalk. police in the area saw barker fall and responded immediately. the 91-year-old suffered some lacerations, but was conscious and alert on the way to the hospital. jessica rae: chrissy teigen is firing back against online critics... who say she isn't telling the whole truth about her pregnancy... after posting a baby bump picture. abc's juju chang has the story "this morning - a photo of chrissy teigan's budding baby bump - sparking unexpected criticism about the size of her pregnant belly? nats - teigan and
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legend red carpet the model and tv host - is known for sharing her life in real time with millions of social media followers?(gfx) so it may come as no surprise that she's doing the same with her pregnancy?writing: "somebody is early to the party. (gfx) thousands of congratulatory messages?pouring in?but along with those? a barrage of body shaming comments about the size of her bump "?you got big fast! my bestie is due in feb and she's ? your size. not twins? probably triplets!" teigan - who has not yet disclosed her due date - defending herself on twitter: "i did ivf. one at a time. it isn't twins. i can see the d thing. get out of my uterus!" dr. ashton/i think one of the worst things that people can do as a society is make an assessment on someone else's pregnancy based
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it was just a week ago - that teigan and hubby john legend took to instagram to reveal their exciting news (gfx) "john and i are so happy to announce that we are pregnant :) as many of you know, we've been trying to have a baby for a while now." acknowleding in that intimate post -- the couple's struggle to conceive?one tiegen made public just last month - while co-hosting "fab life" "john and i were having trouble. we would have had kids five, six years ago if it happened, but my gosh it's been a process." and to the dismay of her many fans -- the scrutiny surrounding the photo?may have turned the star off from sharing the remainder of her pregnancy?(gfx) writing: "no more preg tweeting for me, lesson learned!!" but despite the negativity?teigen already showing she's one tough mom-to-be?(gfx) tweeting: "good thing i am unoffendable or this would be a rough few months" for good morning america, juju chang, abc news, new york . jessica rae: scott: jessica and scott are chatting about chrissy tiegen. jessica and scott are chatting about chrissy tiegen. jessica and scott are chatting about
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scott:good morning siouxland. on the jessica and scott are chatting about chrissy tiegen. jessica and scott are chatting about chrissy tiegen. scott:good morning jessica and scott are chatting about chrissy tiegen. jessica and scott are chatting about chrissy tiegen. scott:good morning jessica and scott are chatting about chrissy tiegen. jessica and scott are chatting about chrissy tiegen. scott:good morning jessica and scott are chatting about
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chrissy tiegen. jessica and scott are chatting about chrissy tiegen. scott:good morning jessica and scott are chatting about chrissy tiegen. jessica and scott are chatting about chrissy tiegen. scott:good morning siouxland. on the radar, we currently have a thin band of showers moving northeast through eastern nebraska. rain chances are pretty small for today once this line passes. temperatures are currently very mild in the 50s and 60s. we have a somewhat breezy northwest wind between 10 and 20 miles per hour. let's go through your dayplanner which reveals a high temperature in the upper 60s this afternoon. scott: here's a quick northeast through
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pretty small for today once this line passes. temperatures are currently very mild in the 50s and 60s. we have a somewhat breezy northwest wind between 10 and 20 miles per hour. let's go through 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... 27th street and on floyd blvd. so again... mind that speed. " " jessica rae: still to come... i'll tell you why some northwest iowa farmers are frustrated with the tax plan that will divert millions of dollars into a fund for future projects. that story is
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foward with a tax plan that will divert millions of dollars into a fund for future projects. but, there's a group in the harris area that's not too happy about the money coming from a wind farm near the town of harris. the wind turbines will now be in a "tax increment fundinin district for supervisors to pay for projects of their choosing. jessica rae: "tif" funding essentially borrows ainst the projected revenue of an existing project. the dollars generated from the turbines will be more than 170- thousand dollars a year for tif projects. abc9 news reporter bria bell has more details on the turbines... "it's tough to have to make this big decision, you know? to have to the county step in and hehe with this big decision...i just want to see the county
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hearing left many unhappy as the board of supervisors unanimously voted to implement a tax increment financing to assist with financing the city's developmental needs. "as a board of supervisors and a member of the board, we have to look at a balanced approach to what the tax dollars that are generated d n be used in the best way," said sanders. although this plan will affect t x payers, property taxes and schools... county officials believe their decision is for the betterment of the harris area doesn't because this is the hearing about the "i would think that if you've got respect and integrity you'd have meeting with landowners and say, 'hey are some of you people thinking about helping harris, you know?' but they don't talk totos," said brueggeman. to help pay for the city's rennovations, it is estimated that the county will use up to 3.5 million dollars from the wind turbines. don't need that much, we won't use
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it," said sanders. jessica rae: the wind turbines are on the tax roll at 17 percent and this is the last year that a tif can be passed to divert those revenues. constructiti updates on sewew ands roads are set to begin next spring and should wrap up near november of 2017. " jessica rae: coming up... i'll get you caught up on the latest on the race to the white house... including the latest poll numbers for the republican g-o-p. find out if donald trump is still in the lead... up next. scott: " "
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in sioux city and the king's pointe skycam hd in storm lake, iowa. right now, it's warm with temperatures residing in the 50s and 60s. there's a northwest breeze. the satellite and radar displays some scattered showers and isolated storms. here's a check of your stormcast hd where today we may have a few showers during the morning with increasing cloud cover. we'll have high temperatures today in the upper 60s. tomorrow, we'll see mostly cloudy skies and rain will come into the forecast primarily during the 2nd half of the day toward evening. we'll see the rain last through friday, but it should clear out in time for a great autumn weekend. today, your high temperature is 68 with some isolated showers. tonight's low temperature is 41 with a few clouds. tomorrow, clouds
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will increase and rain chances do too by the second half of the day with a high of 64. let's get a look at your 7 day forecast now which reveals temperatures hovering in the 60s and an extended stretch of dry weather following the chance of rain friday. jessica rae scott: jessica rae: donald trump and ben carson are holding their lead on the republican side of in sioux city and the king's pointe skycam hd in storm lake, iowa. right now, it's warm with temperatures residing in the 50s and 60s. there's a northwest breeze. the satellite and radar displays some scattered showers and isolated storms. here's a check of your stormcast hd where today we may
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with increasing cloud cover. we'll have high temperatures today in the upper 60s. tomorrow, we'll see mostly cloudy skies and rain will come into the forecast primarily during the 2nd half of the day toward evening. we'll see the rain last through friday, but it should clear out in time for a great autumn weekend. today, your high temperature is 68 with some isolated showers. tonight's low temperature is 41 with a few clouds. tomorrow, clouds will increase and rain chances do too by the second half of the day with a high of 64. let's get a look at your 7 day forecast now which reveals temperatures hovering in the 60s and an extended stretch of dry weather following the chance of rain friday.
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scott: jessica rae: donald trump and ben carson are holding their lead on the republican side of presidential race. trump has led the overall republican field for the better part of four months now. but as dana bash reports even when you look deeper... his support is solid. "it may be a crowded republican presidential field, but only two men are firmly on top - donald trump and ben carson. a combined two thirds of gop voters now say trump and carson are their first and second choice... according to cnn/orc's new poll. ( voice of: donald trump/(r) presidential candidate) "we've hit a chord. we are both resonating, there's no question about it." its not just that trump and carson have support - its that their supporters are excited about them..which makes them more likely to actually go out and
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vote. 30 percent of trump's supporters are very enthusiastic, 25 percent of carsons -- by contrast: only 3 percent of jeb bush voters are enthusiastic about him - as he steps up criticism of trump as commander in chief ( jeb bush/(r) presidential candidate) "we need to be much more forceful, both here to protect the homeland, as well as overseas, to create a strategy to unite the world against this grave threat. and i don't believe donald trump has the capability of doing that." trump is sending some mixed signals on foreign policy. in an interview this morning with cnn's new day, he said invading afghanistan after 9/11 was the right move. (voice of: donald trump/(r) presidential
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safe in a sense but we went into iraq, which was a disastrous decision. not afghanistan, because that's probably where we should have gone in the first place." but just two weeks ago on the same cnn program, he said the opposite . (voice of: donald trump/(r) presidential candidate) "we made a terrible mistake getting involved there in the first place. we had real brilliant thinkers that didn't know what the hell they were doing." when reminded of that today, trump denied flip flopping. (voice of: donald trump/(r) presidential candidate) "i haven't said it. look, afghanistan is a different thing, it's next to pakistan and pakistan has nuclear weapons. okay?" but trump confusion and controversy hasn't hurt him in the past. for example - despite questionable remarks about women - appearing to make fun of carly fiorina's face - trump is tied for first place with female republican voters. ( carly fiorina/(r) presidential candidate) "i think women all over this country heard very clearly what mr. trump said." as for fiorina - the only female candidate in the republican race - her surge after a strong debate showing last month has ended. she's dropped 11 points with women alone -- registering now at just 4 percent. jessica rae: but its good news for republicans overall... more g-o-p voters are satisfied and excited with their options. more than two- thirds say they are very enthusiastic about the g-o-p field... much higher than how democrats feel about their candidates. jessica rae: and speaking of the donald... he's changing his mind in regards to afghanistan the g-o-p presidential frontrunner says the u-s was right
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the 9-11 terror attacks. it's a reversal of his position earlier this month, when he called the afghan war a "mistake". trump tried to clarify his comments to c-n- n's alisyn camerota ... " (donald trump) "we made a mistake going into iraq. i've never said we made a mistake going into afghanistan." (alisyn camerota) "our question was about afghanistan. that day on october sixth... " (donald trump) "okay, it wouldn't matter. i never said it. afghanistan is a different kettle. afghanistan is next to pakistan. it's an entry in you have to be careful with the nuclear weapons. so it's all about the nuclear weapons" jessica rae: trump's comments come days after president obama announced u-s troop levels in afghanistan would remain the same for much of next year ... delaying a long- planned pull-out of the war-torn country. jessica rae: and dr. ben carson spent his day in texas promoting his new book. he has been on a book tour for the past few days... signing copies of "a more perfect union" in fort worth texas. and while on tour... he's talking about his policies... and what he thinks about the upcoming election. " "(dr. ben carson;(r) presidential candidate ) " it's going to be the most clear cut election in the history of america. people will be able to decide if they want a nation that is dominated by
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a government that tells you what to do or do we want a nation that is of, for and by the people with the government there to facilitate life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. it will be crystal clear. jessica rae: carson will be on tour promoting until octobe28- th. he is currently five percentage points behind donald trump. jessica rae: vice president joe biden is officially still on the fence about running for president. but the more he talks these days, the more he sounds like a candidate. he's not even a candidate yet, but he took a subtle jab at democratic frontrunner hillary clinton when he said he doesn't believe republicans are always the bad guys. "(vice president joe biden/no font): "i don't think my chief enemy is the republican party. this is a matter of making things work." jessica rae: but time is running short for the vice president... he has nine days to qualify for the ballot in georgia, followed by deadlines in alabama and texas. even as new polls show biden in a distant third... and more democrats say he
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shouldn't run. jessica rae: former senator jim webb has dropped out of the democratic presidential race. webb made the announcement at the national press club in washington yesterday. "i am withdrawing from any consideration of being the democratic party's nominee for the presidency." jessica rae: he says he will now meet with people from across the political spectrum to consider a third-party run for president. the former virginia senator's candidacy never really got off the ground, as he did little campaigning and polled poorly. he was also critical of the democratic party's strategy and support they gave him during his run jessica rae: former president george w. bush says he doesn't like republican presidential candidate ted cruz. c-n-n confirmed bush's statement published on the politico website last night. bush talked about the texas senator during a fundraiser for his brother, jeb bush, in denver on sunday. cruz worked for the former president's campaign in 2000 and later for his administration.
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politico says bush's main sore point with cruz is his closeness to g-o-p front- runner donald trump. jessica rae: the norfolk city planning commission could not take any action at their meeting yesterday. susan risinger tells us why. "because of a publication error, no action could be taken at tuesday morning's meeting of the norfolk city planning commission. some action was postponed until a special meeting next tuesday, october 27th, while the request for a zoning change to accommodate a new church home for our savior lutheran church was postponed until november 3rd. the city of norfolk recognized excellence in landscaping this week with the presentation of two green leaf awards. northeast community college received the honor for businesses or organizations. bob and nancy boe of 2907 pinnacle drive received the first ever green leaf award for a private residence. and tomorrow is the national lights on after school event to show support for after school
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programs like norfolk's after shock. after shock is for students in grades five through eight in norfolk public schools, or who live within the norfolk district boundaries but attend any of the city's private schools or are home schooled. these and more stories can be heard on newstalk wjag, literock 97.5 and 106kix. " jessica rae: high school students from dozens of northeast nebraska schools got an early look at the career world. hundreds of students from all over the area took part in the annual northeast nebraska career day put on by u-n-l extension. the high school sophomores got to pick the sessions they wanted to attend... everthing from education and farming, to business and floral design... and even t-v broadcasting. one student we talked to says he's taking away some good ideas for the next step in his move toward a future career. jack osnes, wayne high sophomore, says, "i think it was really informational, because it shows you how to get to college and persue your dreams and all that stuff." jessica rae: this is the eighth year kcau has been part of the event. 945 students took
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part in this year's event jessica rae: coming up in sports...the road to cedar rapids began last night for iowa high school teams. we'll head to moville for first round action up ahead. scott: stay tuned for today's forecast... jessica rae:
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nebraska cornhusker football teams are re-igniting their rivalry in the 20-15 heroes game. that's coming up november 27th at memorial stadium in nebraska and although the two are rivals they'e partnering with hy-vee and the american red cross to honor heroes in our community. but before the two teams take the grid iron, fans are being encouraged to nominate someone they know for their extraordinary acts of heroism. a person from each state will be invited to attend
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the hero's game and be recognized, as well as have their name etched onto the game trophy. if you'd like to nominate a hero just head to siouxlandmatters- dot-com and click on the hy-vee heroes game tab. jessica rae: in just three weeks, there will be only 40 volleyball teams still playing in iowa. last night, class 1a and 2a schools started their road to cedar rapids. here's chris with the action from the court. chris palmquist--"good morning everybody. in just a few weeks the state volleyball tournament will get underway in cedar rapids, and last night, the road to the state tournament began. we'll kick off the regional action in moville. wc student section--"we love chris" chris palmquist--and i love you wild cat nation...woodbury central and west monona in regional volleyball action. first set, keely steffen comes up with the swing and the kill and the cats take the lead. then hailee sleezer, getting it done from the line, wc up 5-2. west monona, gets some offense going...allyson rose rises up from the middle blocker position for a point. and then later on, cortnie lester makes the great adjustment for the set...rose finishes, but they trail by ten.
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on the other end, payge ronfeldt...smashes it off the block...and the cats are into the next round, 3-0. east hosting north in missouri river conference action last night as well. gabby roe...comes up with the block for the raiders, they jump out to a 10-0 lead. then off the nice dig by north, jorden hansen, with the nice net play for east, the lead up to 12. north, tries to mount a comeback...kylee eickholt, just a freshman...hits ithome off the block. and then rachel fuller, with the incredible dig, that leads to a kill for breonia farris. but it was all east ...lexi lapke gets blocked, but kennedy franko finds the soft spot in the defense...east wins 3-0. that will do it for your check on sports...have a great day everybody. jessica rae: scott: it's time now to
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check on your forecast... scott: good morning siouxland. on the radar, we currently have a thin band of showers moving northeast through eastern nebraska. rain chances are pretty small for today once this line passes. temperatures are currently very mild in the 50s and 60s. we have a somewhat breezy northwest wind between 10 and 20 miles per hour. let's go through your dayplanner which reveals a high temperature in the upper 60s this afternoon. showers moving northeast through eastern nebraska. rain chances are pretty small for today once this line passes.
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temperatures are currently very mild in the 50s and 60s. we big blow to tesla. kendis gibson and reena ninan have the details
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cars will be a viable transportation alternative. virginia now allows this new technology to be tested on its roads. authorities recently opened up some 70-miles of highway to take the driver- less cars for a test-ride. reporter rene marsh has more (nats inside car: "automated control engaging " "feet off hands off eyes off") that's how we drove-- 65 miles per hour -- down a stretch of virginia highway. it's'she state's first
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try at testing driverless vehicles on real roads. cnn in one test car and the head of the national highway safety administration in another... virginia tech researchers in the drivers seat... just in case. (nats inside car: "right here i'm going to transition over to automated mode") resesechers are studying how people in driverless cars react to anything from another car suddenly stoppin to a construction worker in the road -- all to help design the safest vehicle possible. (luke neurauter/virginia tech researcher) "the vehicle is controlling our speed and our lane position, and monitoring the environment ahead." the test car receives wireless signals from other vehicles in the test. when the
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"your foot is not on the pedal" "i'm not on the pedal so he has a breaking event" this is the future of driving... . virginia joins california, nevada, florida, michigan and washington d.c. in okaying self-driving car testing on public roads. (reporter off cam "you are sayingit's so cool because we are on a real road. i mean, how crucial is this in moving forward to this next step?") (mark rosekind/nhtsa administrator) "we saw a trooper coming up behind us. we saw a workman come out from behind a truck. all responded beautifully from the automation and the connected elements that were there. at some point though, it's going to get complicated out there. it's a critical element of seeing all th forward." where no hands, no feet, no eyes is the mantra for all jessica rae scott: the driverless car. are chatting about the driverless car. jessica and scott are chatting about the driverless car.
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scott: today we may have a few shohors during the morning jessica and scott are chatting about the driverless car. jessica and scott are chatting about the driverless car. scott: today we may have a few showers during the morning jessica and scott are chatting about the driverless car. jessica and scott are chatting about the driverless car. scott: today we may have a few showers during the morning jessica and scott are chatting about the driverless car. jessica and scott are chatting about the driverless car. scott: today we may have a few showers during the morning jessica and scott are chatting about the driverless car. jessica and scott e chatting about the driverless car. scott: today we may have a few showers during the morning jessica and scott are chatting about the driverless car. jessica and scott are chatting about the driverless car. scott: today we may have a few showers during the morning jessica and scott are chatting about the driverless car. jessica and scott
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are chatting about the driverless car. scott: today we may have a few showers during the morning have high temperatures today in the upper 60s. tomorrow, we'll see mostly cloudy skies and rain will coco into the forecast primarary during the 2nd half of the day toward evening. we'll see the rain last through friday, but it should clear out in time for a great autumn weekend. today, your high temperature is 68 with some isolated showers. tonight's low temperature is 41 with a few clouds. tomorrow, clouds will increase and rain chances do too by the second half of the day with a high of 64. let's get a look at your 7 day forecast now which reveals temperatures hovering in the 60s and an extended stretch of dry
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the chance of rain friday. jessica rae scott: have high temperatures today in the upper 60s. tomorrow, we'll see mostly cloudy skies and rain will come into the forecast primarily during the 2nd half of the day toward evening. we'll see the rain last through friday, but it should clear out in time for a great autumn weekend. todayay your high temperature is 68 with some isolated showers. tonight's low temperature is 41 with a few clouds. tomorrow, clouds will increase and " coming up in our six o'clock hour... the american ncer society
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has new guidelines on breast cancer screening. stay tuned for all of those details. jessica rae: " plus... the governor's effort to privatizing medicaid have caught the attention of one of the democratic candidates... who says branstad is making a bad decision. stay with us. scott:good morning
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have a thin band of showers moving northeast through eastern nebraska. rain chances are pretty small for today once this line passes. temperatures are currently very mild in the 50s and 60s. we have a somewhat breezy northwest wind between 1 1and 20 miles per hour. let's go through your dayplanner which reveals a high
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