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house leadership agreement behind clean debt ceiling increase without any additional support for our troops and any consolate reform. so this is a good deal. the fiscal deal would avoid a default on it would also reduce the chances of a government shutdown on december 11th. if signed into law, ititould raise the debt ceiling until march 20-17, as well as raise domest and defense spending. jessica rae: for the first time in months, a national poll shows donald trump is not leading the republican presidential race. a new c-b-s news/new york times poll says 26-percent of g- o-p primary
back ben carson for the nomination compared to 22 percent for trump.the po has a six-percent margin of error. other polls show carson leading trump in the key early state of iowa. jessica rae: donald trump is spending his final next gop debate, including a stop in sioux city. the donald will be at west high school later today. we will bring you live coverage of at 5 and 6. the doors open at 4 and the event begins at 6. for more details and how to register for the evevt 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 circulating against the republican's visit. franciso valadaz, a west high graduate, started the petition because they felt that trump is influencing g people to hate cetrain groups, including latinos. valadaz also says he worries about the candidates bully tactics and what message
that will send to students. meanwhile, sioux superintenden dr. paul gausman says any candidate is school facilities for this purpose... jessica rae: republican debate will be held tomorrow in boulder colorado at the coors events center located at the university of colorado. the debate will begin at 7 pm and is set to run for two hours jessica rae: abc's tom llamas has more on preparations the making for the cocorado "for months donald trump seemed unstoppable but this his campaign is now 3 polls showing dr ben carson is the new frontrunner in sot trump " i am numumr 2 in iowa. i said, i don't believe it. one's bloomberg, they hate me, the other one is a super liberal newspaper, the des moines register, which is 3rd rate totally 3rd rate trump not ready to surrender his position...describing the former
neurosurgeon as sleepy. sot t rson "my energy levels are perfectly fine. as i have said many times there had been many times have operated for 12, 15, 18, 20 hours" this morning trump dealing with more than a surging carson- some inting out trump, who's celebrated his wealth on the campaign trail by signing dollar bills, may be too out of touch with middle and working class voters after saying sot-trump town hall brooklyn. my father gave me a small loan of $1 million" trump defending itsaying a million isn't very much compared to what he's built. struggling with a million bucks right now. bush huddled with family and loyal donors at this texas hotel (show video of bush walking at hotel) trying to reassure them experience will trump the outsider. bush has said his 91- year-old father is so mad about trump -- he throws sometimes shoes at the tv when he's on -- when he threw out the first playoff game, his wife barbara had a campaign sticker right on her walker
" jessica rae: developments like the ones city... a study has to be but that costs money. and some city think they can be a waste of money. abc9 news souverain tells us why waste of money," said keith radig that's councilman voting against a new give sioux city more ideas on how to market itself. money could be spent towards other things and we could use local creativity and talent to get the answewe that we need," said keith rarag, sioux city c cncil 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 wonderingow 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..... consultant to promote the city and councilmember the studies are worth the investment. "the last ststy was two years and sioux lot in two yearsrs the city has now vested 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 casino. those studies are currently underway...and despite the opposition....the new marketing study is also a go. jessica rara 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: a cal farmer is being recognized by the white house. here's paul hughes with the details. "a hartington farmer has been recognized by the white house for his efforts to support the sustainable and agriculture statement from the credits martin kleinschmit, an organic grain and cattle farmer, for mentoring others through a four-year program that enrolled 60,000 nebraska acres in a usda organic transition program. two young women om norfolk 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 are sophomores at northeast community college anwere chosen as peer mentors for the national organization for youth safety teen
some other northeast community college students were able to skip their afternoon classes one day last week to take part in an event designed to educate them on the dangers of binge drinking and driving under the ininuence. the 8th nual "sober in october" event included students driving golf carts and trying to walk straight lines while wearing goggles designed to simulate drunkenness. those and more stories can be heard on news talk wjag, lite rock 97.5 and 106 kix. jessica rae: general motors is recalling one- point-four million cars due to fears they might catch fire. jessica rae: g-m says more than 13-hundred of those vehicles caught fire after being fixed, prompting this new recall. g-m says the fires are the result of oil leaking onto a hot manifold. most of the fires occurred while the cars were those affected by to a g-m dealer to fixed for free. jessica rae: still to come... starbucks is see what creepy cocktail their brewing up. after the break scott:
let's have a look outside on the port company skycam hd in sioux city. the pollen levels are low with weeds and grasses 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 comomrtable despite cloud cover in the low to mid 50s. the wind speeds are very light in the 5 to 15 mile per hour range from the east and southeast. 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 i i northwest iowawa communities. then we'll have strong winds from the northwest take over tonight. the wind will gust near 40 miles per hourur 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
time for halloween. the company's new vampire-inspired "frappula frappuccino" will be available tomorrow through saturday at u-s stores. the drink includes white chocolate sauce, and blended milk and ice, sandwiched between mocha sauce and whip cream. it also has raspberry syrup on the rim. jessica rae: after the break... howard's fryinin everything in the mister food testst kitchen... even apples, see what he's up to
french fries... we love frying food here in america! but have you ever thought of having fried apples? well howard has a recipe for the fried fruit that you're family will love snacking on! "we are smack dab in the middle of apple season and that means our markets and produce stands are bursting with them. and if you haven't picked some up yet, now would be a great time since there's only one thing better than a freshly picked apple. it's a freshly picked apple at a really good price. and once we get them home, sure we can snack on them as
other options. we can n d them to our salads for an extra sweet t unch. 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. ose go into a skillet along with some apple juice or tter yet, apple cider and we'll let them simmer until they're fork tender. 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 skillet. after that simmers for a bit and thickens up, the apples go back in. at this point, the wholol neighborhood c c 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: if you would like a
recipe you can send us a self copy of that recici you can send us a self addressed stamped envelope here to a-b-c 9 news. our address is 625 douglas street. the zip...51101. be sure to write "fried apples" on your request. or you can visit our website...siouxlan d matters dot com. and click on the mr. food logo.... jessica rae: coming up ... we'll have a first look at game one of the world ries between the new york mets a a the kansas city royals. that and more after the break.
classic - this year's world series pits the kansas city royals against the new york mets. abc's karen travers has a look at what to expect... and why y win for either ballclub is a long time coming. "two teams desperate for a championship - who will end a generation-long drought? it's been 29 years since the new york mets won the world series...30 years for
both teams are playing great baseball right now - their playoff runs electrifying.. the royals with the more experienced squad ?known for their defense, aggressive base running, and powerful bullpen. mike moustakas royals' third baseman "we're not a team that strikes out much. we're gonna go out there and put the ball in play." they have the same core roster that nearly won it all last year jarrod dyson royals' centerfielder "last year it was heartbreaking for us, not only to lose in world series but to lose it at home." mets fans still can't believe their team is even in the wowod series! they're used to being secondndiddle in new york city?.just five pepeants to the yankees' 40. nats up from kimmel: "you gotta believe." (cheers) but the big apple has fallen in love with this young group of ballplayers, ? nats up: "let's go mets!." rallying behind the team nicknamed "the amazins." nana up: murphy hit the mets are led by this year's mister
murphy whose post-season stat sheet looks more like something you would see in a video game! seven home runs in the playoffs?.including a long ball in a record six straight games. new york comes in with the better r pitching rotatioio- young?.brash?and on fire?.. noah syndergaard mets' pitcher "? the x-factor for us is just the ability to come together as a team." and if baseball fans like what they see in this sies?.they'll be psyched for next year's opening day. the mets and royals will pick up where they leave off - squaring off kansas city to kick off the 2016 season. karen travers, abc news, washington. jessica rae: if you heard a loud bang or felt the ground shake in northwestern minnesota this you weren't alone. that's because - pumpkins were falling from the sky in lancaster minnesota, charlie bernstrom, grew an oversized pumpkin. weighing in at 1,465 and what better way to celebrate the growth of e gourd than to smash a mini van with i i raised a total of air. before being droppeon top of the mini van t it was all for the pumpkin smash dollars for a
local organization jessica rae: you still have time to enter our pumpkin contest! you have from now w til thursday to submit a photo of your best pumpkin creation. on friday, 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 facebook... and post your pumpkin picture directly to my wall... or send me aprivate message with a picture o o your pumpkin. if you don't have facebook- don't worry, you can email your pumpkin picture to me, at email@example.com. start decorating and get those submissions in soon! we can't wait to see siouxland's creativity! jessica rae: scott's up next with a final check of our forecast. stay with us.
to pursue a new life-changing ssion. she opens up about the empire she's building now." jessica rae: again that's coming up toda on dr. oz at 4 o'clock right here on abc9. jessica rae scott: today your high temperature is 59 with mostly cloudy skies and some showers. tonight, we'll fall to a low w 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 rainchances 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.
>> announcer: it's almost halloween, but don't be scared. we're cooking up creepy kitchen creations that'll have y y scscaming with delight. michael gets things off to a spirited start with an amazing cocktail. then two viewers go head to head in a cooking tournament filled with meatball madness. plus the gossip is true. actor, ed westwick is in the kitchen with a wickedly good recipe. grab yourself some fava beans and a nice chianti, because it all starts right now on "the chew." [ cheers and applause ] hey. hello.
and welcome to "the chew." can you guys believe that halloween is only four days away? [ cheers and applause ] what? >> what? >> time flies. so if you haven't started planning yet, don't be scared. there's still plenty of time to terrify your friends and family 'cause we're showing you creepy kitchen creations all hour long. [ cheers and applae ] >> yes, yes. >> what would halloween be without candy? so we have some creepy candy creations. that i bet you you guys have not tasted beforor let's start with these. these are vampire-repelling mints. >> does that mean garlic mint? >> yes, they taste like garlic evidently. >> delicious. >> you're not even going to try it? >> no. >> why? >> i got fancy people i got to kiss in t t audience today. >> we'll give them one, too, then. >> it's disgusting. [ laughter ] moving right along. how about this? this is