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win the iowa caucuses. more than 23- hundred potential voters packed into the west high gymnasium to hear from the republican presidential candidate. trump joked about no longer leading the polls in iowa. he said some of his advisors even suggested skipping over iowa, but he said, "no way." donald trump says, "i have such an unbelieveable relationship with the people from iowa. i think we're going to win, i really do. i believe it. i hate to say it, but the last long number of elections on the republican circut, the person that won iowa did not get the nomination. i want to take away some of your mustard, so please do me a favor and let me win iowa." jessica rae: but for the first time since july... a national poll iowa did not get the nomination. i want to take away some of your mustard, so please do me a favor and let me win iowa." jessica rae: but for the first time since july... a national poll shows trump trailing ben carson, as well. however, the support in this room for trump was clear, including from minority voters and military members.
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trump's comments about the military drew some of the largest applause of the night. trump says, " you know what i'll be - i'll be great at the millitary. i'll be so good.and i'll build up our military, so they're so strong, so tough, so incredible, nobody's gonna mess around. we're never going to have to use it. our vets are not being treated as well as illegial immigrants. i'm gonna take care of our veterans." jessica rae: after his more than 60 minute speech, trump signed autrographs - everything from books to footballs. jessica rae: it was apparent the donalds supporters were excited to hear from him... with people coming from all three siouxland states to attend the rally. "oh i think that what he says he's very truthful and i believe him. and i think he says what he's gonna do, he's goa do it." says gary johnson. "trump honestly is the real deal. all of these politicians, like he said, they're just the same old thing and i really believe that trump is a businessman, he's a negotiator and he can get america back to where we need to be." says tess wilson.
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this was trump's last stop before the next republican debate. that debate will be held in colorado later tonight. jessica rae: but not everyone was happy trump was in town. outside the west high gym... a large group of protesters gathered. they don't think trump is sending the right message to sioux city students. abc9 news reporter deborah souverain tells us more. " natpop - crowd yelling more than 200 protestors.. carrying signs...marched to west high school tuesday... with one message.. "he is a bully, the school is known for its anti-bullying policies and that's what we based this entire event over," francisco valadez, protest organizer. the protestors...who weren't allowed on school property.. gathered just hours before a donald trump rally at west high. the group is speaking out against the g-o-p presidential candidate...and his controversial comments on immigration. bridge: "donald trump is outspoken and a lot of people are drawn to that however this group
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want their message heard," said deborah souverain abc 9 news. "when you start out your presidential race by disparaging us, demonizing us, dehumanizing us the way that mr. trump has that disqualifies you to be a leader. protester i just don't think that's what our school's should stand for, " said sarah protester "everyone has the right to their own opinion, but the thing is the things heays are discriminatory," said derek solis, student protestor "it's not about culture or where you're from it's about being peaceful and respectful and being unifying and instead of defiding each other and that's the way i think it should be," said valadez, protest organizer. protest organizers say their main goal is get more people engaged in the politicial process..regardless of who you support. jessica rae: republicans on the house oversight committee have introduced a resolution calling for the impeachment of i-r-s commissioner josh koskinen (co - skin - in). he took over the reins at the tax agency after an official admitted targeting
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last presidential campaign. the justice department recently closed its investigation into the matter without filing charges against anyone. but republicans say koskinen (co - skin - in) has not complied with their investigation. committee chairman jason chaffetz said in a statement koskinen (co - skin - in) destroyed documents and misled the public. jessica rae: premiums from the afordable care act will increase according to a new report the increase will boost the benchmark silver insurance plan an average 7- point-5 percent for next year. the benchmark silver plan is the second lowest costing plan among obamacare options. jessica rae: a donut shop in west des moines shut down five weeks ago because the owner-- lou king, broke his hip. he's the one who gets up in the middle of the night to make all the donuts. so with him sidelined, the business couldn't continue. but yesterday it was time to get back to business! all the regulars were there, including some people who've been customers ofou's for 20- plus years. " as you're aware, i'm here and today's his
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first day, so i feel good. i hope he feels the same was i feel. we're just exuberant that it's open. they're just thfriendliest people inside and we really missed him while they were closed . the customer's loyalty that i've had over the years has been tremendous. this kind of proves it. " jessica rae: lou king bought the store back in 19-75. lou's prettytough.... he's had a broken hip before. and he lost part of his left leg in the vietnam war. jessica rae: a pharmacy mega-merger is in the works. walgreens is buying rite aid in a deal valued at more than 17- billion dollars. the merger would combine the nation's second- and third-largest pharmacies. and the new company would knock c-v-s off the number-one spot. the deal still needs to pass anti-trust review. " jessica rae: coming up.... a new south sioux city ordinance for rental inspections has some city leaders butting heads with property owners. you'll hear from both sides of the argument... when we come back. scott:
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we'll have... "you're watching abc9 news this morning... with ... jessica rae... and meteorologist scott larson.. this is abc9 news this morning. "
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morning. let's check out the stormcast hd where strong winds are going to be the primary focus for our wednesday. expect gusts near 45 miles per hour this afternoon. temperatures are going to be cool in the short term with highs near 50 and lows near 30. moving into friday, a system ejects out of the southwest and with that we'll have increasing cloud cover coupled with a chance of showers
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during the overnight period friday into saturday. today, expect a high of 51 under partly cloudy skies. tonight the low is 31 with a few clouds as the wind gradually backs off. tomorrow, we'll have a high of 52 and it'll be mostly sunny. here's the 7 day forecast where we'll be warming slowly through the next several days. halloween should be pretty nice following a morning shower. jessica rae scott: be the primary focus for our wednesday. expect gusts near 45 miles per hour this afternoon. temperatures are going to be cool in the short term with highs near 50 and lows near 30. moving into friday, a system ejects out of the southwest and with that we'll have increasing cloud cover coupled with
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overnight period friday into saturday. today, expect a high of 51 under partly cloudy skies. tonight the low is 31 with a few clouds as the wind gradually backs off. tomorrow, we'll have a high of 52 and it'll be mostly sunny. here's the 7 day forecast where we'll be warming slowly through the next several days. halloween should be pretty nice following a morning shower. jessica rae scott: jessica rae: south sioux city is implementing new regulations for people who have rental properties... but some property owners are taking issue with the new rules. abc9 news reporter rachel ramos ( has has more on the new ordinance. south sioux city just passed an ordinance requiring inspections to all units that are leased by occupants. families who have members dwelling in
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their property are not exempt, and some south siouxlanders are upset. " the family exemption is standard throughout the united states, and why they do not want to have a family exemption within this community like other cities. doesn't make any sense," said property owner arlyn wilson. cities like sioux city and ames have similar requirements, but are not enforced the same way. the inspections will require tenants to meet minimum housing health standards in order to keep residents safe. "we're concerned about the health and safety of the occupants, and we're going to go in and make sure that there are no violations," said chairman randy meyer. housing that has minor violations will be inspected in two years. housing that has major violations will be required to fix those before a license is issued and inspected again the following year. this new ordinance will affect over 40% of housing units. the south sioux city law hopes to have positive feedback from landowners and hopes create a healthier living
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environment for citizens. jessica rae: the new rental inspection law will take effect starting in march. jessica rae: whether you rent or own, you may be able to look forward to lower heating bills this winter. that's thanks to predictions of warmer weather in the eastern u-s in the coming weeks ... courtesy of the weather phenomenon known as "el nio". that warmer weather is expected to lower demand for fuel during the winter, resulting in an above-average stock-pile. monday, natural gas prices tumbled nine- percent to a more than three-year low. prices have fallen 20-percent this month alone. " " jessica rae: when we come back... i'll show you the heartwarming story of an n-b-a rookie... who gave his mother the ultimate birthday gift! stay tuned to find out what the gift is. " jessica rae: plus... millions of people use facebook a day... but what effects can it have on our most intimate relationships? find out more...
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older... find a way to thank our parents for everything they do for us. and one n-b-a rookie did just that... by giving his mother an unforgettable birthday surprise. abc's david muir has the story. "the backyard, the front yard --- and the for sale sign out front- but look - it now says sold. because inside that house - two acommplished basketball players, two sons- one of them just signed for the brooklyn nets. rondae hollis jefferson. sot rhj: we're here for special occasion, today is my mother's birthday. their mother on her way, they have the birthday cake ready. nats soon a knock at the door. "nats.. surprise." and listen closely. he says, come on in. this is your house. nats "come on in, this is your house."hug" and today, rondae - told us - he will never forget that moment. rondae hollis jefferson once she found out that it was like - phew - no more worries- so u know taking that burden off of her is like a blessing - a gift - for me."
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they go through a lot to u know make sure that we're fine and we're stable and situated. uh they really love us - you know even on the toughest days jessica rae: front- but lo - it now says sold. because inside that house - two acommplished basketball players, two sons- signed for the brooklyn nets. rondae hollis jefferson. sot rhj: we're here for special occasion, today is my hurting your relationship? well two new studies found conflicting answers to that question. but both found what we say and do online is changing how we live our romantic lives. abc's amy robach has more. "let's face it - social media makes it hard to remain anonymous- hailey: ok so after so after a quick scan
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of his fb, pinterest, instagram and twitter, here is what i know - luke: privacy is dead? all that tech encroaching on our romantic life too?but what effects does it really have on our most intimate relationships? paul brunson - social media can have positive - and negative impacts on a relationship. some of the biggest negative factors include: stalking, distrust and even jealousy social media is still so relatively new that only a few studies that have been done to assess their impact on our love lives...and the results? mixed. brunson one recent study looked at 205 facebook users between the ages of 18 and 82 - finding - mostly in cases where people had been in relationships for less than 3 years tha t "high levels of facebook use predicted negative relationship outcomes." however, another recent study finds that pairs who share - everything from status' to pictures on facebook ? could be in it for the long haul brunson jessica rae:
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are chatting about facebook's impact on relationships. jessica and scott are chatting about facebook's impact on relationships. jessica and scott are chatting about facebook's impact on relationships. scott:good morning siouxland. western iowa dealt with some showers yesterday which have now relationships. jessica and scott are chatting about facebook's impact on relationships. jessica and scott are chatting about facebook's impact on relationships. scott:good morning siouxland. western iowa dealt with some showers yesterday relationships. jessica and scott are chatting about facebook's impact on relationships. jessica and scott are chatting about facebook's impact on relationships. scott:good morning siouxland. western iowa dealt with some showers yesterday
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which have now spiraled away leaving mostly cloudy skies in their wake. the temperature map displays 40s and 50s in the region. however, a strong northwest wind is blowing and will gust today near 45 miles per hour, so it feels far cooler. getting a look at your dayplanner, you can see that we'll reach a high temperature in the lower 50s. scott: spiraled away leaving mostly cloudy skies in their wake. the temperature map displays 40s and 50s in the region. however, a strong northwest wind is blowing and will gust today near 45 miles per hour, so it feels far cooler. getting a look at your dayplanner, you can see that we'll reach a high temperature in the lower 50s. scott: here's a quick
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chekc outside on one of our iowa d-o-t traffic cam's here at . many folks still waking up and starting their workday....please drive safely everyone... " jessica rae: still to come... i'll show you how iowa city is trying to reduce the amount of garbage that can be found around town. that story is coming up in two
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the idea of solar powered "smart garbage cans" to help reduce the amount of garbage around town take a look
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" a new program could increase recycling and cut down on the amount of traditional garbage cans throughout iowa city's downtown. city leaders recently deployed several solar- powered trash compacting containers with attached recycling bins, known as "big bellys," throughout the ped mall. their installation is a pilot program aimed at boosting recycling in the downtown area, said jen jordan, iowa city's recycling coordinator. "we started with four [big bellys], and will look to add more in the future," she said. the big belly units compact trash and recyclables using 100 percent solar power, jordan said. city crews can tally monitor the amount inside each container, so they know when one needs to be emptied. since the containers can handle up to 200 pounds of trash and recyclables, they will likely cut down on the amount of traditional garbage cans in the downtown area. each set carries a price tag of about $8,000. a dnr grant helped iowa city obtain the containers, which are believed to be a
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first of their kind for eastern iowa. " jessica rae: this weekend, people in nearly down on the amount of traditional garbage cans throhout iowa city's downtown. city leaders recently deployed several solar- powered trash compacting every state will be "falling back" an hour for ylight saving time but that extra hour of sleep won't necessarily make us feel more rested right away falling back is less jarring than springing forward, but it's still similar to recovering from jet-lag. so, if you want to feel "normal" immediately after daylight saving time starts you should actually start training yourself for the transition now by going to sleep and waking up about 10 to 15 minutes later each day this week and continuing that until the time change. this is especially helpful for people who work unusual schedules or have very early
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mornings. " jessica rae: coming up.... we'll take a look at an unofficial poll that might predict the winner of the presidential election. find out how your halloween costume is involved... after the break. scott: " " scott: good morning
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king's pointe skycam hd in storm lake. western iowa dealt with some showers yesterday which have now spiraled away leaving mostly cloudy skies in their wake. the temperature map displays 40s and 50s in the region. however, a strong northwest wind is blowing and will gust today near 45 miles per hour, so it feels far cooler. let's check out the stormcast hd where strong winds are going to be the primary focus for
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miles per hour this afternoon. temperatures are going to be cool in the short term with highs near 50 and lows near 30. moving into friday, a system ejects out of the southwest and with that we'll have increasing cloud cover coupled with a chance of showers during the overnight period friday into saturday. today, expect a high of 51 under partly cloudy skies. tonight the low is 31 with a few clouds as the wind gradual backs off. tomorrow, we'll have a high of 52 and it'll be mostly sunny. here's the 7 day forecast where we'll be warming slowly through the next several days. halloween should be pretty nice following a morning shower. jessica rae scott: jessica rae:
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people often wonder how well skycam hd and the king's pointe skycam hd in storm lake. western iowa dealt with some showers yesterday which have now spiraled away leaving mostly cloudy skies in their wake. the temperature map displays 40s and 50s in the region. however, a strong northwest wind is blowing and will gust today near 45 miles per hour, so it feels far cooler. let's check out the stormcast hd where strong winds are going to be the primary focus for our wednesday. expect gusts near 45 miles per hour this afternoon. temperatures are going to be cool in the short term with highs near 50 and lows near 30. moving into friday, a system ejects out of the southwest and with that we'll have increasing cloud cover coupled with a chance of showers during the
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overnight period friday into saturday. today, expect a high of 51 under partly cloudy skies. tonight the low is 31 with a few clouds as the wind gradually backs off. tomorrow, we'll have a high of 52 and it'll be mostly sunny. here's the 7 day forecast where we'll be warming slowly through the next several days. halloween should be pret nice following a morning shower. jessica rae scott: jessica rae: people often wonder how well presidential polls can predict the winner of an election... well, there might be a better way of forcasting the future president. amanda krenz shows us how you don't have to look any further than your local costume shop. amanda intro there's actually research that shows the more popoular a halloween costume, the better the candidate does in an election... with the trump factor that may not be case. past presidents, like kennedy and
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current commander and chief make for very popular halloween costumes. cathydo you have hillary's business suits, that type of thing. this halloween, with the iowa caucuses about three months away... it's the candidate running for office that are winning the popularity contests. at the theatrical shop in valley junction, customers are mostly shopping for hillary clinton and donald trump masks. of course with trump you have the option of a wig and hat as well... which makes him the more popular purchase here. cathy the new election coming up, the most popular in the polls is the more popular on purchases. and there have actually been studies done to show that halloween masks can predict winners. there's a theory in the costume business that the winner in every election since 1980 has been the candidate whose masks were most popular on halloween. numbers from the
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(fs) you can see the person who won the presidency, also sold the most halloween masks in that election year. but if you ask the owner of this halloween express, there could be a shakeup this time around. brian donald trump has definitely been the most popular one, we stocked deep in him. reorders across the country. but brian olsen says in this case, the most popular mask doesn't necessarly translate to the customer's top pick for president. brian i think we get a spllit with donald trump of favortism or dislike. many people are coming in who plan on wearing this as a joke or gag against donald trump. no matter what reason people have for dressing up as the donald... and whether or not the sales will predict the winner of the caucuses or general election... these candidates faces... and hairstyles... are a huge hit at halloween retailers. amanda tag 27:47 if you want to be donald trump, you better hurry,
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moines, amanda krenz, abc9 news jessica rae: a new poll shows hillary clinton with a commanding lead in the iowa democratic presidential caucus. the monmouth university poll shows 65-percent of likely democratic caucus-goers back clinton. senator bernie sanders has 24- percent. the monmouth poll is the first survey conducted after vice president joe biden announced he won't run for the white house next year... and since clinton's appearanceast week before the congressional panel investigating benghazi. jessica rae: the road to the white house continues to wind through siouxland with a big republican event on friday. that's when the northwest iowa republican rally will be held in orange city. rick santorum, marco rubio, carly fiorina, and chris christie... will all be there. the event begins at 7 p-m at the bultman center on the
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jessica rae: house speaker john boehner is getting praise from his fellow republicans as he prepares to leave his job. boehner announced last month he's resigning from congress, partly because of a turmoil in his caucus. "i want to thank the speaker. i want to thanks the speaker for his career. i want to highlight a few points. he fought and was able to be a part in a big part in winning the first majority for republicans since 1994. jessica rae: house republicans are scheduled to pick their nominee for next speaker later today... with the full house voting on thursday. representative paul ryan has the support of a majority of congress. jessica rae: vermont senator patrick leahy (lay-he) cast his 15- thousand-th congressional vote on tuesday. he's only the sixth senator ever to reach that milestone. the democratic senator was first elected in 1974. leahy (lay-he) used the moment to tout some of his bipartisan accomplishments, like writing the
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organic farm bill and supporting the violence against women act. the 75-year-old senator has ground to make up if he's to set a new record. the all-time leader is the late democratic senator robert byrd of west virginia, who voted 18- thousand 689 times. jessica rae: the white house may be launching a new strategy in its fight against the terror group isis. the washington post reports president obama's senior national security advisers are outlining a plan to move u-s troops closer to the front lines insyria and iraq. the action would put american boots on the ground in syria for the first time, and position u-s advisers closer to the combat zones. the changes would also reflect an escalation of america's role in the terror fight in iraq and syria. discussions are ongoing... and any shift in strategy requires formal approval from president obama. that approval could come as early as this week. jessica rae: the project involving the reconstruction of the east norfolk avenue bridge may be
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delayed... paul hughes has the details. "reconstruction of the east norfolk avenue bridge planned for 2016, may now begin in 2017. the city of norfolk's director of public works, dennis smith says a norfolk city council subcommittee, has to take many factors into consideration. including possible funds from the nebraska department of roads towards payment of the bridge construction that won't be awarded until early 2016. officials with the elkhorn valley museum invite you to do your trick-or- treating thursday night in verges park. museum director ryan leikenhauer says the free event is scheduled in conjunction with downtown trick-or- treating, from 5 to 7 thursday. leikenhauer says they'll have what he calls "friendlier" trick-or-treating in the school and cabin, while those brave enough can make their way to the cave. it's free, but donations will be accepted. members of norfolk's planning commission voted unanimously to approve the conditional use permit for helena chemical to operate a retail fertilizer facility at the
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and eisenhauer avenue. commissioners took the action despite some objections from representatives of a special-needs facility located roughly a quarter- mile away. prevention manager trent howard assured those with concerns that procedures were in place to deal with any potential problems. those and more stories can be heard on news talk wjag, lite rock 97.5 and 106 kix. " jessica rae: the s-e-c is investigating i-b- m's accounting treatment of certain transactions in the u.s., u.k. and ireland. no details were given other than the investigation relates to revenue recognition. i-b-m says it learned of the probe in august and is cooperating with the government agency. i-b-m shares fell three percent following the disclosure of the investigation. the company's stock is down 14 percent over the past year amid slumping hardware sales and the stronger u-s dollar. jessica rae: strong i-phone and mac sales sent apple's profit soaring a whopping 31 percent last quarter. the tech giant sold 48 million i- phones - 22 percent more the same period a year ago.
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mac sales grew 3 percent last quarter to five- point-seven million -- an all- time record. apple's overall sales rose 22 percent to 51- point-five billion dollars.... ending the quarter with a stunning 206 billion dollars in cash. jessica rae: coming up in sports... class 1-a and 2-a volleyball teams continued the road to state last night. we'll head to correctionville and lawton for highlights after the break. scott: stay tuned for today's forecast...
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will be knocking at doors this halloween, eating candy by the bagfull. but that sweet tooth can lead to dental trouble. according to the centers for disease control, 1 in 4 kids under age 5 already has cavities. and the american dental association says kids need to be especially careful with hard and sticky candy. those stay in the mouth longer, prolonging teeth to sugar exposure and they can get stuck between teeth.
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dentists say younger children are especially at risk.
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chris joins us with highlights from the tournament trail. chris palmquist--"good morning everybody. in just a week, we'll know which 8 teams from class 1 a and 2 a will be playing at the state volleyball tournament in cedar rapids. last night, four western valley conference teams squared off in regional quarterfinals. we'll start in 2- a...number 12 lawton bronson looking to go 3-0 against mvao this year. but it's the rams that come out firing...leslie gosch...goes cross court with one and it's 4-0. then bailey wessling serves up the ace...mvao is out to a 7-1 lead. but here come the eagles...ali verzani, stops the run with a heavy swing to cut the lead to four. then it's jadin wagner...from the right side...no stopping that...l-b continues to chip away. later in the set...the eagles finally break through...jenna
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first lead of the night at 13-12. then for good measure, verzani smashes it off the block...lawton- bronson storms back and takes it in straight sets. in class 1a...kingsley-pierson battling number 14 siouxland community christian. knotted at 1 set a piece...sherrel grant...starts the third off right...with the big block to tie it up. and it was back and forth early...rachel mercer...too hot to handle from the line...it's 8 a side. but then the panthers go on a roll...allison bailey crushes one home...and this little dude is loving it. then mercer, getting it done on the attack...kp up 21-14, closing in on the set. but back come the eagles...courtney nelson gets the block...they would battle within three. but on set point...mckenze carlson finishes it off with a kill...and the panthers go on to get the upset win, 3-1. that will do it for your check on sports...have a great
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forecast... scott: good morning siouxland. western iowa dealt with some showers yesterday which have now spiraled away leaving mostly cloudy skies in their wake. the temperature map displays 40s and 50s in the region. however, a strong northwest wind is blowing and will gust today near 45 miles per hour, so it els far cooler. getting a look at your dayplanner, you can see that we'll reach a high lower 50s. rae a multi-billion spiraled away leaving mostly cloudy skies in their wake. the temperature map displays 40s and 50s in the region. however, a strong northwest wind is blowing and will
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due to fears they might catch fire. most of these vehicles were also recalled back in 2007 and 2009, and include models produced nearly two decades ago. but 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 off. those affected by the recall can go to a g-m dealer to get their vehicles fixed for free. jessica rae: the nascar season is in full swing... but people in ohio had their eyes on a different race last weekend... their annual casket races.
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people come from near and far to see the modified caskets racing one another. check out some of the sights and sounds from the race people are dying to join! " nats ( russ krumnow/ casket car modifier) what here is from a cushman 3-wheeler, and we made the frame, hooked up the shifter and used the rear-end in it, the original rear-end, and we tweaked it out with the sidepipes and the blower on it, made it look like it was really a pulton to the bone, makes it bone. ( leif eriksen/ casket car builder and racer) i made the pipes all hand hewn, the pipes, sent them out had them chromed, chain steering wheel, built the windshield from scratch, it's all once we got it down, there, it was real nats - my nephew's going to be running this one, we'll see who wins. nats - the children of my own and they love it. nats - i try to beat my brother every year but it never works.
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nats (voice of russ krumnow/ casket car modifier) - there's also some that's probably kinda think it's kinda gruesome having casket races, (voice of russ modifier) the smiles you know when they weird, that's different. you put them together, everybody kinda enjoys it, it's different and lotta people sometimes the kids. casket car modifier) casket racers, we got them from an undertaker. nats (loud music) (russ krumnow/ casket car modifier) we went from there and we had to cut them down, cut them up a little bit, cut a hole in them, every one's different. haha. (leif eriksen/ casket car builder and racer) a little tight fit. haha, but it wasn't made for comfort. nats - i leave with a great experience, i leave with a smile on my face every year. jessica rae scott: jessica and scott are chatting about casket racing. casket car modifier) what here is from a
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cushman 3-wheeler, and we made the frame, hooked up the shifter and used the rear-end in it, the original rear-end, and we tweaked it out with the jessica and scott are chatting about casket racing. jessica and scott are chatting about casket racing. scott:strong winds jessica and scott are chatting about casket racing. jessica and scott are chatting about casket racing. scott:strong winds are going to be the primary focus for our wednesday. expect gusts near 45 miles per hour this afternoon. temperatures are going to be cool in the short term with highs near 50 and lows near 30. moving into friday, a system ejects out of the southwest and with that we'll have increasing cloud cover coupled with a chance of showers during the overnight period friday into saturday. today, expect a high of 51 under partly cloudy skies. tonight the low is 31 with a few clouds as the wind gradually
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backs off. tomorrow, we'll have a high of 52 an it'll be mostly sunny. here's the 7 day forecast where we'll be warming slowly through the next several days. halloween should be pretty nice following a morning shower. jessica rae miles per hour this afternoon. temperatures are going to be cool in the short term with highs near 50 and lows near 30. moving into friday, a system ejects out of the southwest and with that we'll have increasing cloud cover coupled with a chance of showers during the overnight period friday into saturday. today, expect a high of 51 under partly cloudy skies. tonight the low is 31 with a few clouds as the wind gradually backs off. tomorrow, we'll have a high of 52 and it'll be mostly sunny. here's the 7 day forecast where we'll be warming slowly through thenext several days. halloween should be pretty nice following a morning shower. miles per hour this afternoon. temperatures are going to be cool in
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lows near 30. moving into friday, a system ejects out of the southwest and with that we'll have increasing cloud cover coupled with a chance of showers during the overnight period friday into saturday. today, expect a high " " coming up in our six o'clock hour... what happens when there is an election for city council... but no candidates? well that is what one iowa town is facing. stay tuned to find out more. jessica rae: " plus... i'll bring you the latest on the shocking case out of south carolina involving a student slammed to the ground by a police officer.. stay tuned to find out why the girl who shot the video might be in
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showers yesterday which have now spiraled away leaving mostly cloudy skies in their wake. the temperature map displays 40s and 50s
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in the region. however, a strong northwest wind is blowing and will gust today near 45 miles per hour, so it feels far cooler. getting a look at your dayplanner, you can see that we'll reach a high temperature in the lower 50s. jessica rae: spiraled away leaving mostly cloudy skies in their wake. the temperature map displays 40s and 50s in the region. however, a strong northwest wind is blowing and will gust today near 45 miles per hour, so it feels far cooler. getting a look at your dayplanner, you can see that we'll reach a high temperature in the lower 50s. jessica rae: sioux city police are asking for your help in finding a man
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accused of using fake cash. jessica rae: police are trying to identify this individual in relation to an investigation involving counterfeit money. this is surveillence video from a store in sioux cy anyone with information about this case is urged to contact authorities or call crime stoppers at 258- tips jessica rae: a new study finds american children are being strongly affected by the nation's high incarceration rates. the organization 'child trends' released a report tuesday where more than five million u-s children have a parent in prison or jail. that means one in 14-children have at least one parent behind bars. child trends found one in nine african american kids have a parent in jail... and poor kids are three times more likely to have a parent behind bars. child trends says, those children, suffer low self esteem and poor mental and physical health. jessica rae: and now to the latest on the shocking video out of south carolina... that shows a police officer violently subdueing a
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