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released a report stating red and processed meats can increase your risk for cancer. abc9 news reporter elisa raffa has more. nat sound: grease splattering bacon in pan. bacon. a favorite breakfast, burger, any time treat. but monday the world health organization released a report saying processed meats like bacon, along with red meats like beef and pork, can increase your risk for cancer. twenty-two experts from ten countries reviewed over eight hundred studies and concluded that: an additional 100 grams of red meat per day raises risk of colorectal cancer by seventeen percent. an additional 50 grams of processed meat daily raises risk by eighteen percent. and thirty-four thousand cancer deaths a year worldwide attribute to diets high in processed meats. but perhaps the most important take away from this report is... correlation is not causation. "this is still just correlation. the exact mechanism of potentially causing cancer is not known, and so with that interplay of each
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risk factor, it's very on an individual bligh, unitypoint clinic gastroenterologist. dr. bligh says cancer is complex. causes are a combination of genetic risks, environmental exposures, and other foods one might consume. "what is says in general is not even what is your risk of sasa... your risk who dodon't. and so you have a a potentially sligig increase in your risk. but, that doesn't mean every person who has t ts get cancer, and it doesn't mean that those who don't risk won't get instance, smoking, smoke and don't get people have gotten lung cancer who've never had exposure to smoke" says dr. unitypoint clinic processed and cancer has been studied since the however, the beef industry has come back and said cancer is complex and shouldn't be attributed to any one food.
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studies that prove that the ten essential nutrients provides are far that there may be" says chris freland, executive director council. jessica rae: source of iron and protein... a good reason doctors say, it should be eaten in moderation. jessica rae: the american academy of pediatrics wants to raise the age to legally buy cigarettes nationwide -- to 21. that includes all tobacco products - and e- cigarettes. right now only hawaii and about 90 other cities and communities enforce the 21 age limit. the recommendation was among more than two-dozen released by the nation's leading pediatrics group. it's aimed at reducing the number of children addicted to nicotine. jessica rae: americans are driving more than ever before. and that's good for the economy. the federal highway administration says total miles driven have increased from 2-point-9 trillion to 3-point-1 trillion since april of 20-14. and different parts of the
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economy are seeing a boost from it.. car sales hit an all time high at 94-billion dollars last month more people are also staying at hotels saleleare up 5- percent this year r and restaurantsales are up double-digits. " jessica rae: still to come... e drones becoming a threat to commercial airprpnes and firefighting pilots? we'll look into the growing conflict with the popular past titi... up next. scott: we'll have... "you're watching abc9 news this morning... jessica raf... and scott latson.... this is abc9 news this morning. "
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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 temperatures will be mid 50s moving high temperature is 59 with mostly cloudy skies and some showers. tonight, we'll fall to clouds. tomorrow, we clear out quickly wind will be strong! here's a look through your 7 day forecast where we
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have slim rain chances today and friday. otherwise, it'll be dry and kind of cool with 50s and 60s going forward. hallowown should be pleasant witita high of 60. jessica rae: hurricane patricia are going to move northward today. this will spill about a tenth to a quarter of an n ch of rain in rthwest iowa cocounities. 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!
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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: scott: adlib jessica rae: once considered a high tech toy of the future... drones are now increasing in popularity. and with that... there's growing conflict. personal hobby drones have become a threat to commercial airplanes and firefighting pilots. but at the same time, the military's multi-million dollar un-manned aircraft is coming to the rescue. abc's brandi hitt reports.
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"nats - (hobby drone takes off) 1 they are everywhere nats -- (drone) from small hobby drones.. to highly sophisticated military vehicles... nats - (wide/military aircraft) "just in the camera... is a couple million dollars." 2 there's been a dramatic increase in the use of unmanned aerial vehicles here in the u-s... some -- considered a curse... others -- a blessing. ts -- (reaper take off video) take theheational guard's "reaper" -- hessheimer weweere granted rare a aess to the california control room wherereor the first time this year... it was used in a local l arch and rescue mission. these are the teamam erating the aircraft and its cameras from hundreds -- sometimes even thousands -- of miles away. dana hessheimer, 163rd attack wing commander, air national guard nats -- (flame ground video) the aircraft -- also pivotal -- in fighting california's 2013 "rim fire." col. keith ward, 163rd attack wing vice commander
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the perimeter... command center on the ground. brandi hitt, abc news correspondent at the same time - over-the-counter drones -- are exploding in popularity. dispatch one close call after the next this year? with commercial airplanes... and firefighting aircraft battling deadly wildfires. chief silvio lanzas, cal fire rivevside unit that danger has now prompted the federal government to require all drones -- be registered. fire crews welcome the reaper's help... because it can stay in the air 24-straight hous and can fly at more than 20- thousand feet. and this partnership -- is likely just the beginning. col. keith ward, 163rd attack wing vice commander brandi hitt -- abc news -- los angeles. jessica rae: the un-manned military aircraft we just saw is the same aircraft being used in classified overseas. controlling the "reaper" overseas... same military facility in
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california. but there is one significant difference -- the "reapers" flying overseas... are armed. the national guard says unmanned aircraft used here at home... are never armed. jessica rae: and speaking of drones... wal-mart says it wants to be next to use its own drones in the sky. wal-mart has filed for permission with federal regulators. a spokesman says it's been testing drones inside for months. but now the retailer wants to e them outside in specific teteing sites. wal-mama says it would use drones for home deliveries. but, its initial focus would be to move product between n distribution nters. jessicicrae: " coming up.... the world d premier of the 24th jamesesond adventure e but last nightht. and you'll heaea from james bond himself... about the film. " " jessica rae: plus... we'll look into how much of an impact the long running franchise has had on the products the films and characters have
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announced thth host of the nene golden globes...and its a familiarar face. actor and comedian ricky gervais
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will host the award show for e fourth time. he hosted the golden globes three years in a row... a tenurerehat ended in 20-12 after h-f-p-a's then-president said he crossed the line with some of his comments. his return comes after three highly-rated n-b-c telecasts hosted by tina fey and amy poler. the h-f-p-a's current president said the organization is "thrilled" to have gervais back. jessica rae: the new james bond flick premiered in london monday. the star-studded red carpet even included the british royals. and at the premier... james bond himself... daniel craig spoke out about his latest turn as the world famous super spy. " (daniel craig, actor "spectre")"i'll let you decide about that. i mean we set out to to be the car made just for the movie. and it's so exclusive, only one is up for sale. aston martin unveiled the d-b-10 in britain and ireland at the film's premier
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automaker created just 10 of the cars for the film. auctioned off for charity next year. it's expected to bring in more than 15-million dollars. but the d-b-10 doesn't have the proper certifications to make it street legal. that means whoever buys it can't legally drive it. jessica rae: the world's most famous spy is seen one that many cash in on. how double-oh- to the times... " blink.... and you'll miss it.. 7-up, sieko and british airways among the the first product placements to feature in a bond movie launching a trend that has turned into a lucrative relationship between bond and brands. ( isa soares, cnn) "so talk to us a little bit about what brands get out of the franchise and what does the franchise get out of these big brands?" ( darryl collis, director, seesaw media) "so when brand ties in with
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something like james bond it is tying in with a property that has global reach and there is also an identity and a personality that kind of says a lot about the brand. and what the production get out of it is brands who are willing to promote their association with james bond on a global scale" and there have been many... take "die another day"...the t t thousand and two movie alone featured as manynys 20 brand partners.s. from champagne.... "and if there'e'any leftft 61 bollinger?" from champaigne - to cars... "astononartin call it the vanquish w wcall it the vanish" and omega " rolex?" "omega."." "beautiful."they all have stood the test of time... othehe though have ced criticism for diluting the traditional sophisticated bond image... many 007 fans felt shaken and not stirred afafr bond's move to drdrking heineken in skyfall.... if you're a bond fan...do not despair. bond is reportedly returning to his
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vodka owned by l-v- m-h signed a partnership deal for an undisclosed sum. "excellent choice mr bond." in the upcoming movie... belvedere is among 14 official brand partners.. all vying for the attention of mostly savvy male millennials...who don't mind seeing products on the big screen. ( professor james chapman, professor of film studies, university of leicester) "i think if the product placement is to obvious or too excessive people can take against it. it's seen as sort of a crass commercial and distracting from the narrative. but when its done in a subtle way or maybe in a rather ironic way or incorporated in the film in the way associated with james bond i think audiences appreciated it." "you have no authority. none." with each incarnqtion the
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enigmac spy has evold with the and so have the products he uses -- mirroring the changing tastes of his fans. deals between 007 worthy of an m-i-6 it is no secret that this a priceless both. getting started" isa soares, cnn, london jessica rae: scott: jessica and scott are chatting about james bond. jessica and scott are chatting about james bond. jessica and scott james bond. scott:good morning jessica and scott are chatting about james bond. jessica and scott are chatting about james bond. scott:good morning siouxland. we have mostly cloudy skies jessica and scott are chatting about james bond. jessica and scott are chatting about james bond. scott:good morning jessica and scott are chatting about james bond. jessica and scott are chatting about james bond.
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jessica and scott are chatting about james bond. jessica and scott are chatting about james bond. scott:good morning siouxland. we have mostly cloudy skies jessica and scott are chatting about james bond. jessica and scott are chatting about james bond. 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 5 to 10 mile per hour range from the east and southeast. the dayplanner reveals high temperatures rising near 60 this afternoon. scott: here's a quick check outside on one of our iowa d-o-t traffic cam's
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here at . 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 light in the 5 to 10 mimi per hour nge from the east and southeast. the o-t traffic cam's here at . many folks still wakiki up and startiti their workday.....lease drive safely everyone... jessica rae: thanks scott... the revamped apape tv is now on sale. kendis gibson and reena a nan have the details n today's "techbytes" the new apple tv now available for preorder. >> it supports lot of specifically designed apps like nelix and hulu. .
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starting price $149. walmart has joined amazon in exoring the use of drones for delivery. walmart may use the drones to fly online orders to customers doorsteps or to fly pickup orders o to the parking lots at their stores the aircraft may also supply aerial surveillance car technology of the future. >> a japanese compa will show off its new concept car, it's ultra small and t totally encased in air bags on the outside. which deploy when it detecting a collision coming it looks like something my 4-year-old would play with. >> it does look like a toddler vehicle.
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"techbytes." these are my dogs dusty and cooper. i work for the dogs twenty-four seven. i am the butler. these dogs shed like crazy. it's like being inside of a snow globe. it takes an awful lot of time to ke the hse clean. i don't know what to do. (doorbell) what's this? swiffer sweeper and dusters. this is nice and easy boys. it really sticks to it. it fits in all the tight spaces. this is really great. does that look familiar to you? i'm no longer the butler, i am just one of the guys. you're acting so funny, what's wrong, billy? my doctor says i have skittles pox. arthey contagious? i don't think so.
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food here in america! but have you ever thought t having fried apapes? well howararhas a recipe for the
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fried fruit that you're family will love snackckg on! "we are smack dab in the middle of apple season and that means our markets and produce ststds are burstingngith them. . d if you haven'n'picked some up yet, nonowould be a greaeatime since there's only one thing better than n freshly picked apple. it's a freshlylyicked apple at a really good price. and once we get them home,e,ure we can snacacon them as is, but beyond that there are so many other options. we can add them to our salads for an extra sweet crunch. and with the holidays coming' up, let's not forget how good they are in our desserts, or as a hot and flavor-packed side dish. to make it, all we do is core and cut up a few apples into wedges. and as for peeling them, that's up to you. those go into a skillet along with some apple juice or better yet, apple cider and 'll let them simmer until they're fork tendet. once they are, we take the apples out and place them in a bowl and then whisk a mixture of sugar, cornstarch, cinnamon and nutmeg into the
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thickens up, the apples go back in. at this point, the whole neighborhood can smell the aroma of apples and cinnamon. i hope you'll go online and get the recipe for our un- fried, "fried apples," since they go with just about anything. and let's not forget how much fun it is@to dunk for apples. after all .ooh it's so good!!" " jessica rae: " after the break... i'll tell you about the city council's debate over spending money to fund studies for new developments for sioux city. stay tuned to hear from members of the city council over the issue. scott: " " scott good morning. let's have a look outside
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welding company skycam hd in sioux city. the pollen levels are low with weeds registering 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
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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 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. 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!
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forecast where we have slim rain chances today and friday. otherwise, it'll be dry and kind of cool with 50s and halloween should be of 60. jessica rae scott: skycam hd in sioux levels are low with 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 rising near 60 this afternoon. here's a look at your stormcast hd where the remnants of
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hurricane patricia are going to move northward today. this will spill about a tenth to a quarter northwest iowa we'll have strong tonight. the wind will gust near 40 miles per hour tomorrow. temperatures will be cooler in the low to mid 50s moving high temperature is cloudy skies and night, we'll fall toto a a w of 40 with clouds. tomorrow, expect a aigh 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 ve slim rain fridayayotherwise, of coooowith 50s and 60s going forward. halloween ould be develoloents like the ones planand in sioux a study has totoe done. but that costs
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money. and some city council members think they can be a waste of money. abc9 news reporter deborah souverain tells us why "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 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
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rhonda capron says e studies are rth 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 dollar site assessement for the former site of the argosy co. those studies are currently underway...and despite the opposition....the new second week of april. where a consultant will conduct workshops and presentations on his findings. jessica rae: a state lawmaker from sioux city says he won't be seeking re- election after the 2016 session ends. representative ron jorgenson is a three term
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house district six which covers the morningside sergeant bluff, bronson and salix areas. last year jorgensen served as chairman of education committee. jorgensen says he felt it was time to step aside and give others. had a desire to be a career politician, so i was going to term like i said i just felt that now was as do that." representative jorgensen plans to continue his 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.
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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 members rhonda capron says the unanimous vote not only benefits the ambulance service but the city as a whole. "we approved the subsidy for the ambulance services for 75000 0 they don't use it we get it back so ititorks out the best for all of us." said rhonda capron, city council member jessica rae: ththcompany is currently focusing on 3300 gordon drive or mercy medical center as relocacaon options . jessica rae: a sioux city couple i ifacing charges s connection with a a shooting over the weekend during a domestic sturbance. authorities say 23 year old mykale johnson n d 35 year old nadia brody were in a physical figig when a gun was fired late friday night. johnson was shot in the hand... and policeceay an un- named woman was
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shot in the chest. both brody and johnson are now being charged with a numbeof 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 one of the stolen vehicles.
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his bond on that 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: 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 break. scott: jessica rae:
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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 important step in their ladder for success. briar cliff invited future students to their campus where they learned about the importance of applying for financial aid and for scholarships. "especially our students with a lower income level that really depend on the perkins
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going to, as a university step up and fill that gap ourselves," said shelby reed, director of the need-based loan program september 30th of this year. private colleges and universities that rely on this to look at other to help students receive necessary funds. jessica rae: its a time for celebration as a siouxland soccer team announced its participation in the world's largest youth soccer tournaments. the siouxland diablos... a soccer team out of the y-m-c-a... were invited to participate in two international youth tournaments that will be held in sweden and denmark in july 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 highschools in the area and they says that it is a huge honor to receive the invite. "i think that it's a great opportunity cause we're one of the only ones in our area to be able to go. and for us to be chosen it just feeles really good." says 15 year old henry deleon. "it feels great, it's
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just a huge blessing to have the opportunity to go to the biggest tournament in the world. not just one of the biggest, the absolute biggest tournament in the world." says 14 year old gildino guzman. jessica rae: expenses for the team to go is around 80- thousand dollars. the team is planning on doing some local fundraisers around the area starting next month and are also looking to 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 loathletes 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 the line of scrimmage and then not one, not two,
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but three kids have a chance at him, but no dice. i count six missed tackles overall...and i can't wait to see what blake does in the future. we stay on the gridiron for play four but jump up to gh school ranks. western christian won their first ever district title friday night, and outstanding plays like this are a big reason why. drake granstra...comes free up the gut and forces 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 regular here on the countdown. last friday night against des moines, the guys in green run the power play to perfection. mitchell fossier to brian rigali to pulkkinen who uncorks one. coach jay varady, certainly onto something with this finnish pipeline he has established...more from this game
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let's head out to a very wynot, the lyons decatur northeast. montana riecken...playing defense for the cougars, and check out the play he makes on this deflection. he's some how able to get his hands der the ball and even when it's soaking wet. blue devils though laugh with a win and top play takes us over his two plus heard coach varady of the musketeers stress two things, e puck and get to the crease...well jackson keane is a quick learner. from the end boaoas goalies back and cue should this be on but i prefer to look at it as a great move by keane...that's why jackson keane locks up the top spot in r abc9 top plays of the week. jessica rae scott: it's time now to check on your
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scott:good morning siouxland. we have mostly cloudy skies in place this morning as two areas of low w pressure arespinning moisture e into the region. temperatures have e managed to stay fairly warm in the upper 30s and lower 40s.s.he wind speeds are very light in the 5 to 10 mile per hour range from the east t and southeast. the dadalanner reveals gh temperatures rising n nr 60 this afternoon. pressure are spinning moiste 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 revealshigh temperatures ring near 60 this
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afternoon. up the top spot in our abc9 top plays of the week. 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 making a connection between eating meat and cancer.... but is there really reason for concerns? plus here's what you can expect coming up ln gma " " jessica rae: turning to the
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continues to come in for ben carson in iowa. the latest monmouth
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university poll of iowa voters gives percentage point lead over donald trump in the republican that's the third showing carson ahead. senators ted cruz and marco rubio are tied for third at 10 percent. jessica rae: republican candidate donald trump is spending his final hours before the next gop debate, in iowa including a 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 event you can head to our website siouxlandmatters- dot-com jessica rae: as trump prepares for his event in sioux city... one west high grad has a petition against the republican's visit. franciso valadaz, a west high graduate, started the petition because they felt that trump is influencing people to hate cetrain groups, including latinos. valadaz also says the candidates
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bully tactcts and what message students. meananile, sioux city schools superintenden dr. paul gausman says any candidate is welcome to rent schoho facilities for this purpose... jessica rae: the future farmers ofamerica are e touting some bigig numbers this year. in i ia nearly 15 thousand kids hools participate in the farming program. that's 500 more an last year. nebraska members are chapters in n e state. the national ffa convention will be held october 28th through the 31st. . jessica rae: the health spotlight is again on red and processed meats.s. a world healthorganization stududsays the productsts increase the risk for cancer. twenty-two experts from ten countries reviewededver eight hundred studies anan concluded: an additional 1010 grams of red meat per day raises risk of c ccer by seventeen percent... and that an additional 50
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processed meat daily raises the risk by eighteen percent. but a doctor we talked with says the study is more complicated than that. "what is says in general is not even what is your risk of cancer if you consume meat. it says... your risk versus somebody who doesn't. and so you have a potentially slight increase in your risk" says dr. sarah bligh, unitypoint clinic gastroenterologist. jessica rae: dr. bligh says moderation is key. the recommendation is in one sitting. wasn't surprised report. adding side effects of processed and people have been 1980s. a beef industry spokesperson told us cancer is complex and shouldn't be one food. "there are so many studies that prove that the ten essential nutrients provides are far superior to any risk that there may be" executive director council. jessica rae: red meat is a great source of iron and protein. jessica rae:
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with halloween finding treats for allergies can be downright tricky. but a special pumpkin might actually help them stay safe on fright night... the teal pumpkin. those pumpkins signify the safe houses for kids to still get a treat. last year the food allergy research and education organization posted online people with allergy-free treats should paint a pumpkin teal and put it outside, so other families would know. the post reached more than two- and-half million people in less than three days and many parents are sharing it again now to remind trick or treating families. cross- contamination can always happen so parents should be sure to check candy labels jessica rae: you still have time to enter our pumpkin contest! you have from now until october 29th to submit a photo of your best pumpkin creation. on october 30th, tune into the abc9 news morning show to see if you won! the winner will receive four muskies tickets! ... to submit your photo you must friend me on
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and post your pumpkin picture wall... or send me a private message your pumpkin. facebook- don't email your to me, at jrae@kcautv.com. and get those submissions in soon! we can't wait to see siouxland's creativity! jessica rae: submissions to year's contest. this beauty comes from erica... as you can see witches! thanks erica... great job! comes from katie... bat. that's a fun one! and here is one that's trying to win us over! it comes from keagan and khloe. great job! i love this! brownie points to keegan and khloe! keep sending in those pumpkins! jessica rae scott: jessica and scott are chatting about our pumpkin submissions. jessica and scott are chatting about our pumpkin submissions. jessica and scott are chatting about our pumpkin submissions. scott:the remnants of hurricane patricia
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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 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. 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
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forward. today your high temperature is 59 with mostly cloudy skies and some showers. tonight, we'll fall to 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 chances today and friday. otherwise, it'll be dry and kind of cool with 50s and 60s going forward. halloween should be
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jessica rae scott: later today...... thanks for tuning good morning, america. super soaker. what is left of hurricane patricia still spreading misery from the south to the northeast. this bus stranded on the way to school. 20 students rescued. roads underwater and the storm now taking aim at new york and new england. new polls this morning show donald trump falling behind as ben carson surges to a double-digit lead in iowa. one day before their big face-to-faceceshowdown. ile jeb bush hudddds with his family. is the debate his best chance to revive his campaign? caught on cameme. a police officer slamsms student and her desk to the ground dragging her to the front of the class and arresting her.r. >> put your hands bebend your back. . >> a community outraged.
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the officer banned from schoho property. what the sheheff is saying this morning. and d ro helicopter crew.. a news team becoming part of the story, racing to save e ctims trapped after a plane crcrh in the evererades. they capture dramatic images right after impactct >> we have three p pients. one patitit's going to be a traumama >> emergency crews finally cuttttg the pilot out of t t wreckage. whwh we are learning he did to save the lives of those on board. and good morning, america. what an incredible story out of florida. take a look right there. you see that plane crash. well, our news crew from wplg down in miami was out flying, going on a story when they spotted this wreckage. they went down, went into action, saved the people on board that aircraft. amazing story. we'll hear from the crew ahead. good thing an engineer happened to be on board that helicopter. we begin with that storm taking aim at the northeast.
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the remains of hurricane
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