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all. the w.h.o. advisory committee red meat is probably carcinogenic. the report, which was ba demonize and me feeling compelled to demonize them. that is a joke. elect trump if you want that. >> reporter: bush met privately with his family and big donors at this hotel strategizing after being forced to cut campaign staff and salaries. on the democtic side hillary clinton is riding a new wave of support following vice president joe biden's decision to stay out of the race.
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bernie sanders now going after her more aggressively but to the ladies of "the view" he saved his attacks for publicans. >> we ha a very right wing extremist republican party. >> reporter: the republican candidates will gather in boulder, colorado, for tomorrow night's debate where this time donald trump will be joined by ben carson in that cenenter sta position. reena, kendis. >> bazi kanani, thanks so much, bazi. also from washington, overnighteveloping congressional leaders and the white house have reached a budget deal which would avoid a government default. the agreement would also lower the chances of a government shutdown. it would fund increases for the pentagon and domestic programs while cutting social security as well as medicare. a vote could come as early as tomorrow. heavy rain left over fro hurricane patricia is soaking the tennessee valley this morning and moving north. the stormy weather triggered major flash flooding acros louisiana.
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down from new orleans to baton rouge and the water in same spots around lsu was more than three feet deep. here's a look at where the storm isis moving now moving into a wide area of the southeast with downpours from louislle to the orida panhandle as it makes its way north. here's more from accuweather's moy cochran. good morning, molly. >> thanks, kendis and reena. good news for dallas, houston area on tuesday. going to be staying dry. so any of those cleanup efforts still under way, going to be greeted with some sunshine, but unfortunaty more wet weather to come for the later half of the week. dao i was going to term
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limit myself out and like i said i just felt that now was as good a time as any to do that." jessica rae: representative jorgensen plans to continue his current position as the vice president for business and finance at morningside college. jessica rae: a chuck grassley staffer would like to step into jorgensen's role. jacob bossman of sioux city says he plans to run for that seat representing district six. boss man has worked for senator grassley since 2003 and says he's had the opportunity to learn about public service first hand. bossman is planning on holding a formal announcement next month. jessica rae: siouxland paramedics will receive major support from city council. they not only secured a five- year deal with the city but also funding for a possible relocation to a permanent home the company that provides ambulance service to sioux city and the surrounding area is currently looking at several locations in sioux city. council member rhonda capron
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vote not only benefits the ambulance service but the city as a whole. subsidy for the ambulance services for 75000 if they don't use it we get it back so it works out the best for all of us." said rhonda capron, city council member jessica rae: currently gordon drive or center as relocation options . jessica rae: farmers of america are touting some big numbers this year. thousand kids schools participate in the that's 500 more than last year. in nebraska members are participating in 170 chapters in the state. the national ffa be held october 31st. jessica rae: attending college comes with more than just the burden of s-a-t's and applications fee's. for students at briar cliff university... applying for financial aid is an
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important step in their ladder for briar cliff invited to their campus learned about the importance of financial aid and for scholarships. "especially our lower income level that really depend on the perkins program, we are going to, as a university step up and fill that gap ourselves," said shelby reed, director of financial aid. the need-based federal perkins loan program september 30th of private colleges that rely on this funding will have to look at other ways to help students receive necessary funds. " coming up.... the city council's spending money to new developments for sioux city. stay tuned to hear from city council over the issue. scott: we'll have... abc9 news this morning... with ... jessica rae... and meteorologist scott larson.. this is abc9 news this
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a house where loads of fireworks were being stod caught fire causing the explosive impromptu display. the use was destroyed and three people were injured. >>a high of 60. hurricane patricia are going to move northward today. this will spill about a tenth to a quarter of an inch of rain in northwest iowa communities. then we'll have strong winds from the northwest take over tonight. the wind will gust near 40 miles per hour tomorrow. temperatures will be cooler in the low to mid 50s moving forward. today your high temperature is 59 with mostly cloudy skies and some showers. tonight, we'll fall to a low of 40 with clouds. tomorrow, expect a high of 52 as we clear out quickly with sunshine. the wind will be strong! here's a look through your 7 day forecast where we have slim rain hurricane patricia are going to move northward today. this will spill about a tenth to a quarter of an inch of rain in northwest iowa communities. then we'll have strong winds from the northwest take over tonight. the wind will gust near 40
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miles per hour tomorrow. temperatures will be cooler in the low to mid 50s moving forward. today your high temperature is 59 with mostly cloudy skies and some showers. tonight, we'll fall to a low of 40 with clouds. tomorrow, expect a high of 52 as we clear out quickly with sunshine. the wind will be strong! here's a look through your 7 day forecast where we have slim rain chances today and friday. otherwise, it'll be dry and kind of cool with 50s and 60s going forward. before new developments come to cities... like the ones planned in sioux a study has to be done. but that costs and some city think they can be a waste of money. reporter deborah souverain tells why the council is split on the latest study. "to me i see it as a waste of money," said keith radig that's councilman keith radig...after voting against a new study..that would give sioux city more ideas on how to
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market itself. i just feel that money could be spent towards other things and we could use local creativity and talent to get the answers that we need," said keith radig, sioux city council member radig....along with mayor bob scott....were the only one's to disapprove of the 25-thousand dollar study monday. the reason i voted no is because we just had a downtown study if you remember about two years ago and it was funded by several local entities and i'm just wondering how many studies we can do before we figure out what we're supposed to do with downtown," said mayor bob scott. the study that passed 3 to 2..., would pay an arizona-based consultant to examine ways to promote the city and attract tourists. councilmember rhonda capron says the studies are worth the investment. "the last study was two years and sioux city has changed a lot in two years the city has now invested more than 125-thousand dollars in surveys during the past 5 weeks. including a 72- thousand dollar feasibilty study for an r-v park ...as well as, a 45-thousand
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former site of the argosy casino. those studies are currently underway...and despite the opposition....the new marketing study is also a go. jessica rae: a week long assessment...will currently underway...and despite the opposition....the new marketing study is also a go. jessica rae: a week long assessment...will be held during the second week of april. where a consultant will conduct workshops and presentations on his findings. " " jessica rae: still to come... thousands of michigan women tried to break a unique world record this weekend... largest gathering of rosie the riveters. stay tuned to find out if they broke the record. " jessica rae: and.... i'll tell you the story of best friends kala and kiera... and how this photo helped them find their forever home. you won't want to miss this story! jessica rae:
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you will probably recognize her iconic poster: "we can do it." women dressed as "rosie the riveter" break a guinness world record on saturday in organizers of the event at the willow run more than two- thousand people appeared in the official photo. it the largest gathering of people dressed as -- almost doubling the record set in august. rosie the riveter was an image used to recruit female industrial workers during world war two. many of them worked at this plant. " ( nancy zajac / event organizer ) "today, we had 43 original women who worked for the war effort. many of them worked right here at willow run." jessica rae: the same group actually set the record in 20-14. but a group in california later broke it. saturday's event was an attempt to take the record back. jessica rae: its a photo that captivated people all over america... two dogs, two best friends... in a shelter holding each other for
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comfort. and that photo has led to some good news for the duo. abc's david muir has their story. "it was right you met kala and kiera. kala, the brown 8 month old hound mix hugging the 1 year old boxer mix-- keira. the hug captured in a rural georgia shelter? but the snapshot soon seen all over the country. it was believed they were just hours away from being put down - at the shelter but the image - posted by the etowah valley humane society - then shared by the charity "angels among us pet rescue" they came up with a message from the dogs saying we've comforted each other while we were here and it went on to say - they need help. and word tonight of the best development yet. adopted by two georgia residents, wendy and pam who wanted to make sure the dogs would stay together forever. wendy had recently lost her two elderly dogs together-
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tonight saying their family now turning their tears into smiles, while giving the hugging dogs their new home. jessica rae: scott: jessica and scott are chatting about kala and kiera. jessica and scott are chatting about kala and kiera. jessica and scott are chatting about kala and kiera. scott: good morning siouxland. we have jessica and scott are chatting about kala and kiera. jessica and scott are chatting about kala and kiera. scott: good morning siouxland. we have jessica and scott are chatting about kala and kiera. jessica and scott are chatting about kala and kiera. scott: good morning siouxland. we have mostly cloudy skies in place this morning as two areas of low pressure are spinning moisture into the region. temperatures have managed to stay fairly warm in the upper 30s and lower 40s. the wind speeds are very light in the
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5 to 10 mile per hour range from the east and southeast. the dayplanner reveals rising near 60 this afternoon. scott: as two areas of low spinning moisture into the region. managed to stay fairly warm in the upper 30s and lower 40s. the wind speeds are very light in the range from the east dayplanner reveals high temperatures rising near 60 this afternoon. scott: as two areas of low pressure are spinning moisture d-o-t traffic cam's here at . many folks still waking up and starting their workday....please drive safely everyone... " jessica rae: when we come back... you'll hear a first hand account of
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the scary scene involving gun-fire in davenport... that left one person dead yesterday. that story is in two minutes.
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charges in connection with a shooting over the weekend during a domestic disturbance. authorities say 23 year old mykale johnson and 35 year old nadia brody were in a physical fight when a gun was fired late friday night. johnson was shot in the hand... and police say an un- named woman was shot in the chest.
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both brody and johnson are now being charged with a number of crimes. jessica rae: in benton county iowa, authorities are investigating what they are calling a "suspicious death" police arrested 31-year-old david miller of shellsburg after authorities found the body of a woman at his home in benton county while investigating two vehicle thefts linked to miller. authorities also believe miller stole a truck from a neighbor early sunday morning wrecking it a couple of miles away. miller then allegedly stole another truck and crashed that one too. "i yelled at him to get out of the truck, what do you think you're doing and i yelled at my wife call police, bring me my phone...he was able to get the truck started and nailed it in reverse. jessica rae: miller was in the benton county courthouse facing charges in connection to one of the stolen
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vehicles. his bond was set at five thousand dollars cash. but miller also faces a parole violation charge that will keep him in custody without bond. jessica rae: a canton, south dakota judge entered a not guilty plea on behalf of a teenager accused of shooting his high school principal back in september. sixteen-year-old mason buhl is charged as an adult and faces one count each of attempted murder and the commission of a felony while armed with a firearm. buhl is accused of confronting principal kevin lein ( in his office with a handgun. lein was hit by a single shot but not seriously injured . buhl is being held in the juvenile detention center in sioux falls with out bond. jessica rae: one person is dead in davenport after he opened fire near a lawfirm. police were called to the armed forces recruiting center around 2 o'clock a witness stated he heard gunfire at a nearby law in the same recruitment center. officers heard
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screaming, followed by sounds of the gunman trying to reload a gun. people inside the recruiting center then ran-out. not long after, police responded to a second scene - in nearby bettendorf. officials say it was there the gunman died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound. there are no reports of other injuries. a marine corps official says all recruiting center personnel are accounted for and safe. reporter jared ransom brings us a first hand account. " (nats) a man fires a gun inside a davenport law firm on kimberly of businesses into ( guthrie/kelly's "she came into my office and told me quietly that she just locked the door and there's something going on." lorrie guthrie building only a few she says her co- workers and two inside for about 20 everything developed right in window. police were on scene in three minutes... (lorrie guthrie/kelly's medical) "we felt safe, i guess. the response that occurred so quickly was amazing. one squad car to a whole fleet of people." just a few miles away
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in bettendorf... police say they were called to this building on utica ridge and crow creek... where they say a man matching the shooter's description... took his own life. (lorrie guthrie/kelly's medical) "it was surreal that something that serious happened around us, and for us just to go back to work did not feel right." jessica rae: guthrie will join her friends back at work today... but says the emotional toll of the day will be there with her as well. " jessica rae: coming up.... i'll bring you the latest on the race to the white house... including details behind rising star and republican frontrunner ben carson's new security detail. the political beat is up next. scott: " " scott:good morning. let's have a look outside on the port neal welding
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neal welding company skycam hd in sioux city. the pollen levels are low with weeds registering as low. we have mostly cloudy skies in place this morning as two areas of low pressure are spinning moisture into the region. temperatures have managed to stay fairly warm in the upper 30s and lower 40s. the wind speeds are very light in the 5 to 10 mile per hour range from the east and southeast. the dayplanner reveals high temperatures
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rising near 60 this afternoon. here's a look at your stormcast hd where the remnants of hurricane patricia are going to move northward today. this will spill about a tenth to a quarter of an inch of rain in northwest iowa communities. then we'll have strong winds from the northwest take over tonight. the wind will gust near 40 miles per hour tomorrow. temperatures will be cooler in the low to mid 50s moving forward. today your high temperature is 59 with mostly cloudy skies and some showers.
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tonight, we'll fall to a low of 40 with clouds. tomorrow, expect a high of 52 as we clear out quickly with sunshine. the wind will be strong! here's a look through your 7 day forecast where we have slim rain chances today and friday. otherwise, it'll be dry and kind of cool with 50s and 60s going forward. halloween should be pleasant with a high of 60. in sioux city. the pollen levels are low with weeds registering as low. we have mostly cloudy skies in place areas of low
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into the region. temperatures have managed to stay fairly warm in the upper 30s and lower 40s. the wind speeds are very light in the 5 to 10 mile per hour range from the east and southeast. the dayplanner reveals high temperatures rising near 60 this afternoon. here's a turning to the political beat now... in iowa good news continues to come in for ben carson the latest monmouth university poll of likely republican iowa voters gives carson a 14 percentage point lead over donald trump in the
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republican presidential race. iowa poll in a row ahead. and marco rubio are tied for third at 10 percent. jessica rae: and the third presidential debate will be boulder colorado at the coors events center university of colorado. the debate will begin at 7 pm and is set to run for two hours jessica rae: the more popular you are... the life can get. for some high profile presidential candidat. specifically... ben carson, who's gone from an almost unknown... to a top presdiential candidate. and, as amanda krenz tells us, now he wants some extra protection. ben carson makes himself available. he shakes hands, and talks one on one, even the middle of a big crowd. but that could be scaled back. carson's campaign said there've been threats, and they think the secret service could provide some needed security. ryan you have to have credible threats and you have to be in a position where you have a chance to be the next president of
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the united states, both of those have happened. ben carson's iowa campaign director ryan rhodes says dr. carson hasn't had many problems in iowa, he barely even deals with protesters at his events. iowa crowds are nice. but the candidate still needs heightened security. ryan it's important that we protect pepole that are putting themselves out there in the public to be vetted and have that chance to be the next president. according to the secret service - these are the criteria a candidate has to meet before they'll assign a detail: the candidate has to be publicly announced have some degree of prominence in the capaigning in at least 10 states be in a qualified has matching funds has received contributions totalling $10 million. jessica rae: ben carson qualifies in all categories. an agent with the secret service said it's in the secret
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service budget to help candidates. they expect candidates to request their services. it was actually security that caused this weekend's jefferson jackson dinner to run about an hour past schedule. there were about seven thousand people there. jessica rae: and as the g-o-p debate nears, ben carson says he will not go after donald trump as they both duel for the republican presidential nomination. carson said sunday he refuses to, quote, "get into the mud pit" with trump. the retired brain surgeon also declined to respond to trump's claims that he's "low energy" and weak. but trump told a reporter in new hampshire not to believe carson's pledge. "if ben carson doesn't hit back how's that gonna go?" (donald trump/(r) presidential candidate) " he'll hit back, everybody hits back." jessica rae: two recent polls show carson leading trump and the republican field in the critical early state of iowa. jessica rae: republican candidate donald trump is spending his final hours before the next gop debate, in iowa including a
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stop in sioux city. the donald will be at west high school later today. we will bring you live coverage of the event tonight at 5 and 6. the doors open at 4 and the event begins at 6 for more details and how to register for the you can head to our website siouxlandmatters- dot-com jessica rae: as trump prepares for his event in one west high grad has a petition circulating republican's visit. franciso valadaz, a west high graduate, started the petition because he felt that trump is influencing people to hate certain groups, including latinos. valadaz also says he worries about the candidates bully tactics and what message that will send to students. meanwhile, sioux city schools superintenden dr. paul gausman says any candidate is welcome to rent school facilities for this purpose. jessica rae: jeb bush had some high-profile help on the campaign trail. former president -- and older brother - george w. bush appeared with jeb at a fundraising event in houston. the brothers had a discussion on-
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some brotherly joking-around. been working to raise money for his brother ... but he has yet to appear at a public campaign event. jessica rae: and on the democratic side... bernie sanders is clarifying comments he made regarding hillary clinton's "shouting" on gun control . has nothing to do while in iowa on saturday, clinton said came with a gender-related undercurrent. that's not the case. bernie sanders, presidential candidate says, "all that i can say is i am very proud of my record on women's issues. i certainly do not have a problem with women speaking out -- and i think what the secretary is doing there is taking words and misapplying them. jessica rae: sanders criticized the "shouting" from both sides on gun issues during the first democratic presidential debate. the seconddemocratic debate of the campaign cycle will be held saturday
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november 14th in des moines at drake university. the d-n-c's first democratic presidential primary debate held in las vegas, nevada reached a record 15-point-8 million television viewers, with nearly one million additional viewers watching the live stream online. jessica rae: the nebraska regional poison center is working to keep halloween safe for kids... and students at northeast community college participated in sober in october. here's paul hughes with the details. "two young norfolk women returned last week from a trip to washington, d.c. where they took part in a teen safe- driving summit. brooke gettman and taylor ewald started talking with other teens about safe driving when they were sophomores in high school. now they're sophomores at northeast community college peer mentors for organization of safe driving summit. princesses will soon door asking for treats and the nebraska regional poison center wants to make sure it's a safe halloween for
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didictor, dr. ron kirschner says all treats need to be inspected carefully have theheoison available. i is manned 24/7. that 1222. northeast community college students participated in the school's 8th annual "sober in october" event. it was designed to educate them on the dangers of binge drinking and driving under the influence. it included students wearing goggles designed to simulate drunkenness, while driving a golf cart and trying to walk a straight line. those and more stories can be heard on news talk wjag, lite rock 97.5 and 106 kix. " jessica rae: bipartisan congressional leaders and the white house reportedly struck a major budget deal on principle. the deal would raise the debt ceiling and lift domestic and defense budget caps. lawmakers could vote on it as early as wednesday... the same day house of republicans are set to nominate congressman paul ryan to replace john boehner as speaker. the fiscal deal would avoid a possible debt default on november third. it would also
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reduce the chances of a government shut-down on december 11th. jessica rae: coming up in sports...the abc9 top plays of the week take us to both the ice and the gridiron. stay tuned for the countdown after the breaea scsct: stay tunun for today's fofocast...
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in the world's largest youth soccer tournaments. the siouxland diablos... a soccer team out were invited to participate in two international tournaments that will be held in sweden and denmark in july of 20-16. this is the first time any siouxland team has gotten the opportunity to compete in either of these events. the team is made up of 20 players from four different high schools in the area and theyeyays its a huge honor to receive the invite. "i think that it's a great opoprtunity cause we're ononof the only onenein our go. and for us to be chosen it juju feeles really good." says 15 year old henry leon. just a huge blessing to have the the biggest world. not just one
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of the biggest, the absolute biggest tournament in the world." says 14 year old gildino guzman. jessica rae: expenses for the team to go are around 80- thousand dollars. the team is planning on doing some local fundraisers around the area starting next month and are also looking for some potential siouxland sponsors to raise the money. jessica rae: tuesday morning means it's time for the abc9 top plays of the week. here's chris with the countdown. chris palmquist--"good morning everybody. next week, the abc9 top plays will take a break due to high school football playoff coverage. luckily today's should be good enough to hold you over for a couple of weeks. as always, these are made by local athletes for local viewers. we begin with a clip sent into us, this is third grader blake campbell and he runs like earl campbell. on fourth down he breaks a tackle at
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not one, not two, but three kids have a him, but no dice. i cossed tackles overall...and i can't wait to see e what blake does in the future. we stay y the gridiron for play four but jump up to the high school ranks. western christian won their first ever district title friday night, and outstanding plays like this are a big reason why. drake gromes free up the gut and es the fumble and in comes morgan kooima to pounce on the loose ball. also, bonus points to granstra for nearly pulling off the flawless headstand after the hit. teemu pulkkinen of the musketeers has only played nine games with the team, but he's already becoming a rhere on the
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run the power play to perfection. mitchell fossier to brian rigali to pulkkinen who coach jay varady, something with this has from this game comingngp. for play number two let's head o o to a very wthe blue devils hoststg lyons decatur rtheast. montanan rieckeke..playing defefee for the out the play he makes on this deflection. he's some how able to get his hands under the ball and even when it's blue devils though laugh with a win and top play takes us back to the tyson. over his two plus
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siouxland. we have in place this morning as two areas of low pressure are spinning moisture into the region. temperatures have managed to stay fairly warm in the upper 30s and lower 40s. the wind speeds are very light in the 5 to 10 mile per hour range from the eeeds are very light in the 5 to 10 mile per hour range from the east and southeast. the dayplanner reveals high temperatures rising near 60 this afternoon. rae thanks scott... as two areas of low pressure are spinning moisture into the region. temperatures have managed to stay fairly warm in the upper 30s ananlower 40s. the wind speeds are very lighthtn the 5 to 10 mile per hour r range from the east and d utheast. the dayplanner reveals high temperatures rising near this afternoon. rae as two areas of low pressure are spinning moisture into the region.
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temperatures have managed to stay fairly warm in the upper 30s and lower 40s. the wind speeds are very light in the 5 to 10 mile per hour range from the east people will be in a black friday frenzy. reena ninan and kendis gibson look into how the day will affect delivery demand. jessica rae: nasa has released away shipping companies are ready. >> fedexwill handle 317 million packages before christmas, up 12% over last year. the busiest shipping day will be the monday after thanksgiving and the first two mondays in december. and the new great big toys r us box of awesome is now online. >> hot ts for black friday and the holiday season. it includes coupons and deelsz that begin on sunday. . >> and sportings goods retailer
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hubble space "messier 94" galaxy. million light- years from earth. see the brbrht, starburst ring around the the eueupean space agagcy says new stars arar quickly forming inside that t ng. the e-s-a ys the star-forming region is an unusual shape - likely caused by a pressure wave coming from the galaxy. that wave is compressing gas and dust in the
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outer region. when that happens, gas starts t collapse into denser clouds. then gravity pulls the gas and dust together, increasing both pressure and temperature... until star is born. amazing. jessica rae: several schools in one southern california school district will be taking their students on virtual field trips to the amazon, the great barrier reef and even to the moon! reporter darsha philips explains "students at oak creek elementary traveled thousands of miles... ella mcdaniel/4th grader "we went to the amazon... high building" on a field trip across the globe... sot: "it's a scuba diver" without ever having to leave their classroom sot: "you're taking the trip of a life time and you are right here" it's part of a pioneer program with google expeditions sot: lindsay o'brien/google expeditions "you can hear about something you can see a picture... wall of china" darsha standup "the device itself isn't complicated. an
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android phone with the google expeditions app downloaded onto it -encased in google cardboard with two convex lenses a simple design that takes kids places that are simply azing" nats the teacher controls t t expeditions through a tablbl pausing and starting the expedition to point out elements and historical sites. . sot: dan carroll/teacher "thihimakes learning me alive. i was blown away... virtual world" classrooms across the country are testing out the devices and students at oak creek elementary are hoping these virtual field trips will become commonplace in the near future. sot: aasrith yuvan/4th grader "it's so cool its like real life... so fun" educators like the idea as well saying most kids learn best when they don't realize they're being taught sot: carlo grasso/principal "we try to make learning fun... as fun as it gets" jessica rae scott: jessica and scott are chatting about
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are chatting about virtual field trips. jessica and scott are chatting about virtual field trips. scott:good morning. here's a look at your stormcast hd where the remnants of hurricane patricia are going to move northward today. this will spill about a tenth to a quarter of an inch of rain in northwest iowa communities. then we'll have strong winds from the northwest take over tonight. the wind will gust near 40 miles per hour tomorrow. temperatures will be cooler in the low to mid 50s moving forward. today your high temperature is 59 with mostly cloudy skies and some showers. jessica and scott are chatting about virtual field trips. jessica and scott are chattiti about virtual l eld trips. scott:good morning. are going to move northward today. this will spill about a tenth to a quarter of an inch of rain in northwest iowa
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winds from the northwest take over tonight. the wind will gust near 40 miles per ho tomorrow. temperatures will be cooler in the low to mid 50s moving forward. today your high temperature is 59 with mostly cloudy skies and some showers. tonight, we'll fall to a low of 40 with clouds. tomorrow, expect a high 52 as we clear out quickly with sunshine. the wind will be strong! here's a look through your 7 day forecast where we have slim rain chances today and friday. otherwise, it'll be dry and kind of cool with 50s and 60s going forward. halloween should be pleasant with a high of 60. jessica rae adlib northward today. this will spill about
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a tenth to a quarter of an inch of rain in northwest iowa communities. then we'll have strong winds from the northwest take over tonight. the wind will gust near 40 miles per hour tomorrow. temperatures will be cooler in the low to mid 50s movingng forward. today your " coming up in our six o'clock hour... another study is making a connection between eating meme and cancer.... but is there really reason for concerns? stay tun to find out. jessica rae: " plus... the american academy of pediatrics wants to raise the legal age for people to buy cigarettes. find out what age they want it raised to... after the break.
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spinning moisture into the region. temperatures have managed to stay fairly warm in the upper 30s and lower 40s. the wind speeds are very light in the 5 to 10 mile per hour range from the east and southeast. the dayplanner reveals high temperatures rising near 60 this afternoon. jessica rae: a ninety five pressure are spinning moisture into the region. temperatures have managed to stay fairly warm in the upper 30s and lower 40s. the wind speeds are very light in the 5 to 10 mile per hour range from the east and southeast. the dayplanner reveals high temperatures rising near 60 this afternoon. jessica rae: billion dollar received some news. the world health organization
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