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ben carson, come under attack. (kasich)we cannot elect someone that doesn't know how to do the job. then, a classic trump counter punch against ohio governor john kasich.. (trump) "his poll numbers tanked. that is why he is on the end. and he got nasty. he got nasty. so, you know what? you can have him." the real estate mogul further asting kasich for his ties to failed wall street firm lehman brothers. and another sparring match... as jeb bush goes after first-year senator marco rubio for missing senate votes to campaign. (bush) "when you signed up for this, this is a six-year term. you should be showing up to term." (rubio) "someone has convinced you that attacking me is going to help you." bio defended his voting record with a comparison to john mccain and others who missed votes during presidential campaigns. new jersey governor chris christie drew applause for his slam on a question about regulating betting for fantasy football. (christie) we have 19 trillion in debtbt people out of work,
we have isis and al qaeda attacking us and we're really talking about fantasy football? can we stop? as the candidates battled over their records and tax plans... they found agreement on one thing: ted cruz vents their shared frustration with the moderators. (cruz) "this is not a cage match... jejeica rae: duringngnd after the debate, c-n-b-c moderators came under attack. r-n-c chairman (rainss) reinin priebus was quoted as saying, "i'm proud of our candidates for standing up to a pretty hostile environment, it's like they tried to design a rubik's cube for every question to take the worst element." jessica rae: and here in siouxland... a group weighed in on the republican presidential debate at briar cliff university. a watch party was held on campus. . the event was organized bybyhe briar cliff
college republicans. the students also invited local republican officials, who said they expected a heated exchange between candidates who are still fighting to find a place in the race. "one of the bad things with this debate and so many people there's very little time that they get onontage so they haha to maximize the impact of whatatnd those peoplelehat are polling poorly need to get the attention," said tom mitchell, secretary of woodbury county republican party jessica rae: students we spoke to at the watch party said they want to hear more from the candidates on the economy and the job market. jessica rae: and jeb bush's campaign released a video targeting one of hisisivals. but the target is not one of bush's republican rivals. the campaign ad hits democratic & frontrunner hillary clinton. (jeb bush) " we've had six full years of tax increases, endless new regulation, vast new federal programs, eight trillion dollars borrowed and spent. and what has it gotten us? jessica rae: bush goes on to say he believes the way to bring jobs back to america is to quote
"take the power out of washington and give it back to the american people". jessica rae: the democratic presidential frontrunner, hillary clinton took her campaign to new hampshire... where she talked about problems with the veterans administration: " (hillary clinton/(d) presidential candndate) "we need to rererm the va. absolutely we need to reform it. it needs to work, it needs to be responsive and respectful and all of the problems need to be put under a bright spot light and eliminated. but make no mistake about it, i will not let the republicans use the problems as an excuse to privatize the va and to end it as part of their ideological crusade." jessica rae: a new poll shows 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. jessica rae: the house g-o-p conference h h made up it's mind about who should be the next speaker of the house.
(rep. paul ryan) " i want to thank my colleagues for bestowing onto me this great honor." jessica rae: paul ryan, who represents wisconsin gave his regards to outgoing speaker john boehner in a press conference announcing thehe nomination. ryan says thursday marks a new day in the house of representatives. (rep. paul ryan) "we believe that the country is on the wrong track. we think the country is headed in the wrong direction. and we have an obligation here in the people's house to do the people's business to give this country a better way forward, to give this country an alternative. we are going to respect the people by representing the people jessica rae: the house is set to vote on electing a new speaker this morning jessica rae: the house of representatives passed a budget deal wednesday... despite many republicans voting against it. the two-year fiscal proposal would increaea federal spending and extend the debt limit. house speaker john boehner
calls the bill fiscally responsible... but many republicans criticized it for easing spending caps and expanding the debt limit. the deal passed despite 167- republicans voting against it. the bill now moves to the senate... where it is expected toto pass. the proposal lessens the chances of another government shutdown in december. " jessica rae: when we come back... i'll tell you how bishop heelan is working to protect their student athletes from possible concussions. you'll hear from the school's athletic trainer, and a student who suffered a concussion. scott: 'll have... "you're watching abc9 news this morning... with.. jessicrae... and meteorologist scott larson.. this is abc9 news this morning. "
siouxland. we'll pace through your stormcast hd where you can see that we'll have cloud cover this morning followed by clearing this afternoon. tomorrow, we expect some sunshine early before increasing clouds and a chance of showers by the afternoon. rain will end by sunrise on halloween and we'll have some warmer temperatures through the weekend. our rain forecast model indicates we'll see between a quarter and half an inch of rain through most of thehebc9 viewing area...not a heavy rain, but a decent
today, your high temperature is 50 and we're going to have partly cloudy skies with a light breeze. the low tonight is 30 under mostly clear skies. tomorrow, the high is 56 with rain during the afternoon. here's your 7 day focast where we'll have high temperatures gradually rise into the 60s and 70s. jessica rae scott: jessica rae: football is a high contact sport... and as a result
clearing this afternoon. tomorrow, we expect some sunshine early before increasing clouds and a chance football is a high contact sport... and as a result football players have the highest risk of experiencing a concussion. but, helmet sensors are intended to help reduce that risk. but a local school with the device is finding preventing concussions may require more. abc9 news reporter deborah souverain has the story. pkg "the stigma of concussions surrounds football so when bishop heelan high school got a grant for schockbox helmet sensors last year.... the athletic department was excited. however, a year later..only three sensors remain and they aren't as helpful as expected. "there is a place for some of that technology but i think it's quite not
to the point were ey figured out how w use it yet," dan nelson, bishop heelan athletic trainer said. in fact, the helmet sensors haven't changed how heelan's coaches and athletic trainers work. bishop heelan's girls volleyball team has had two players with concussions in the past year. while there isn't didict body contact ... concussions occur for her reasons. "i don't think we've done anyting differently from the date we collected , it doesn't really change anything we do," said dan nelson, bishop heelan athletic trainer. "you could maybe see a kid that takes a really hard hit and i'll go over and talk to them and stuff but it doesn't really change [things] i'm not going to pull a kid out of the game for one of those readings." to prevent traumatic brain injuries coaches and trainers undergo
concussions the right way. "five to 10% of all student atatetes will suffer a concussion at some point during the season, regardless of what sport they are playing. but most of those concussions happen on the football field, and it's not just confined to contact sports," deborah souverain abc9 news said. "none of these have been contact with another player, they have beeeecontact with t t floor. so we've really b bn trying to emphasize i'll tell you how one purdue football player made a three year olds birthday wish come true. stay tuned for more on tario fuller's act of kindness. " " jessica rae: and.... a kansas city royals fanatic is showing his devotion to his favorite player... with a tattoo. we'll discuss this act... and how attached ns get to their favorite teams
showing your baby's picture right here on our newscast.... everyone is invitedto send in a photo of your kiddo's first birthday.... you can email that picture to first-birthday-at- k-c-a-u-t-v-dot- com..... please be sure to include your child's first and last name along with a guide on how to pronounce their name.... along with their date of birth .... please email us all this information at least a week before their birthday! and we will air their picture right here during our morning show every monday between 6:30 and 7 a-m.... jessica rae: a purdue football player's act of kindness .... made a little girl's birthday wish come true. reportrt kayla sullivananalked with the girl's mother ... and has more " (nats) almost 3-year old kinley shufflebarger doesn't want anything to happen to her early birthday gift, she calls, "princess dolly." ( megan shufflebarger/shar ed story on facebook) "she slept with it, she's had it with her all morning," megan shufflebarger says she has purdrd football player rio fuller to thank for her daughter's new favorite toy. he didn't know them, but he overheard kinley making her
birthday wishlist at target on thursday night. (megan shufflebarger/shar ed story on facebook) "he came up to her and started talking to her and asking her which one she liked and she was like, 'i really like this one.'" so, fuller bought it. ( kayla sulliviv/lafayette, inin "and kinley's taste in dolls isn't exactly cheap, in fact target has this doll priced at around 35 dollars." (megan shufflebarger/shar ed story on facebook) "i want him to just know how much it meant to us and to her." she started by thanking him on social media... and the post has really taken off. purdue athletics shared it on their facebook page saying they couldn't be more proud of the typepef young men and women in their department. hammer and rails dot com also shared the story saying, "with the news of so many freshman getting arrested, it's very nice to see tario fuller, who is redshirting this year, do something really awesome." (nats) (megan shufflebarger/shar ed story on facebook) "when you hear something good, it's just very humbling because it makes you want to do goooo things for o oer people." she says she knows fufuer didn't do all of this for the attention. however,
inspire others to follow his lead. jessica rae: a kansas city royals fan is taking world series fever to a whole new level. richard fatherly got a tattoo of pitcher johnny cueto on sundada.. two days after the royals advanced to the e fatherly says he long before he joined the royals. " (richard fatherly, has tattoo of johnny back, you know, 20-30 road, my kids sitting there and tugging on my leg and saying 'hey daddy, what is that?', i'll say let me sit you down and show you some replays and highlight reels." jessica rae: cueto pitched a master-piece in the royals win last night. the royals now have a two gamam ad in the series over the new york mets. jessica rae: scott: jessica and scott are chatting about the johnny cueto tattoo. jessica and scott are chatting about the johnny cueto tattoo. jessica and scott are chatting about the johnny cueto tattoo. scott:
tattoo. jessica and scott are chatting about the johnny cueto tattoo. jessicand scott are chatting about the johnny cueto tattoo. scott: good morning tattoo. jessica and scott are chatting about the johnnynyueto tattoo. jessica and scott t are chatting about the johnny cueto tattoo. scott: good morning siouxland. temperatures are sitting in the 30s across most of the area. we have strong winds still continuing at this time sustained between 10 and 20 miles per hoururwind chills as a result are in the 20s. a few of us saw our first snowflakes of the season yesterday. that system has moved to the northeast and we shouldn't see a repeat of that on
dayplanner, wewel have decreasasg clouds as we move toward a high of 50 this afternoon. across most of the area. we have strong winds still continuing at this time sustained between 10 and 20 miles per hoho. wind chills as a result are in the 20s. a few of us saw our first d-o-t traffic cam's here at . many folks still waking up and starting their workday....please drive safely everyone... scott: now you'll want to watch your speed in these areas today: ... police will be running radars, here... s. l leport and on s sging hills blvdvd so again... mind that speeded " jessica rae: still to come... i'll bring you the details behind a 125 million dollar project... that would bring 180 new jobs to the norfolk area. that story is up
company says it's planning to help grow the economy in norfolk with the addition of a 125 million dollar facility. development plans are currently underway as construction is already set for early november. abc9 news reporter bria bell has the details... "there's good things happening around all over the state of nebraska. today it's norfolk's turn, it's a eat thing for norfolk," said scheer.
of texas is set to build a one million square foot manufacturing facility worth 125 million dollars in order to produce steel pipe for oil and gas companies, while boosting norfolk's econony. charley haveve, the ceo says that it will also benefit the state of nebraska as the company will be exporting outside of the region. e have a steel manufacturer that will almost provide it for us freight free. that makes us very competitve because that's what we want to do, we want to bring this business back to the united states," said havens. the buildidi will be at no o st for tax payers because it is a tier 6 incentive package by the way of the nebraska advantage act. nearly 50 jobs are to be created and the average salary is around $70,000. "other than we're ready to go and dig some dirt, i don't have a whole lot more to say except i'm glad to be here and i think we can make this community grow!" said havens. "w"wve already compmpted an $80 million expansion of our mimi shop...we just completed it
last week in preparation for thisis so we're ready to go right now," siad petersen. construction is set to begin within the next couple of weeks with a operating date of july 2017. jessica rae: the new project anticipates creating 180 jobs for cocotruction. charley stated he is currerely searching for all positions ranging from human resources, accounting, security, and more. jessica rae:: there are some water concerns in rock rapids after a water main break that happened tuesday when operators noticed no water was coming into the waste-water treatment plant. the d-n-r has traced the leak to a break in a main underneath the rock river. and estimated 56 thousasa gallons of wasas-water was discharged into the river. the dnr is monitoring clean-up and repairs. jessica rae: iowa and nebraska are included in a group of 21 states to receive new ethanol fuel pumps. the u-s-d-a is spending 100 million dollars to help install nearly five- thousand additional pumps.
matctcng grants brininthe total public-privatete investment to 2121 milliodollars to increase the availability of the corn-based fuel according to the u-s-d-a. iowa, the nation's top corn- producing state, picks up 5 million for 187 pumps, and nebraska gets two-point-three million for 80 additional pumps. " jessica rae: coming up.... it's a talent two women are trying to make a living from... but they say state regulations s e getting in the way. i'll tell you why... after the break scott:
currently near 40 degrees in sioux city with a breezy wind and some clouds. temperatures are sitting in the 30s across most of the area. we have strong winds still continuing at this time sustained between 10 and 20 miles per hour. wind chills as a result are in the 20s. a few of us saw our first snowflakes of the that system has moved to the northeast and we repeatatf that on our thursday. we'll pace through your you can see that
followed by clearing this afternrnn. tomorrow, wewe expect some sunshine early before increasing clouds and a chance of showers by the afternoon.n.ain will end by sunrise on halloween and we'll have some warmer temperaturur through the weekend. our rain forecast model indicates we'll see between a quarter and half an inch of rain through most of the abc9 viewing area...not a heavy rain, but a decent shot of moisture. today, your high temperature is 50
skies with a light breeze. the low tonight is 30 under mostly clear skies. tomorrow, the high is 56 with rain during the afternoon. here's your 7 day forecast where we'll have high temperatures gradually rise into the 60s and 70s. jessica rae ott: jessica rae: imagine going in sioux city and the king's pointe skycam hd in storm lake. it's currently near 40 degrees in sioux city with a breezy wind and some clouds. temperatures are
area. we have strong winds still continuing at this time sustained between 10 and 20 miles per hour. wind chills as a result are in the 20s. a few of us saw our first owflakes of the season yesterday. that system has moved to the northeast and we shouldn't see a repeat of that on our thursday. we'll pace through your stormcast hd where you can see that we'll have cloud cover this morni imagine going through thousands of hours of training and paying thousands of dollars in licensing fees, just so you can braid someone's hair for money?
the justice institute has announced they'll be suing the iowa board of cosmotology on behalf of two hair-braiders. the two plaintiffs claim the state's current licensing laws require them to finish more than two thousand hours of cosmotology school to run an african hair braiding business. the probleis they don't even teach this kind of hair braiding at these schools. these women say the technique has been passed down through generations and it allows them to keep that heritage alive. now they want the chance to own and operate their own business withtht having to fofoow what they consider to be outrageous licensing laws. " " being a hair braider and not being licensed is terrifying. i just want a right to make a living and not feel like i'm a cirminal. jessica rae: there are some serious penalties for violating these licensing laws. criminal penaltiti, that incncde being fined a thousand dollars fofoeach infractionon the iowa board of cosmotology, which is under the iowa department
of public health, said they won't comment on pending litigation. the legislature looked at this issue last session, but didn't make any changes. jessica rae: police all over the country have the same priorities. keeping you safe and catching the bad guys. of course, the bad guys don't't like being caught. and, when they go on the run, police chase them. officers must learn to balance policy and protecting people. reporter morgan briesmaster from our affiliate in the quad cities has a special report on how this works. (sound of car zipping by) (sounds of police sirens) (sounds of scanner) capt. brent biggs: "information is constantly coming in. decisions are being made in a rapidly evolving incident." (morgan) fore officers turns on their flashi lights and ben chasing a car, they consider a lot of things. most important? safety. capt. brent biggs: "we recognize that there is a need for vehicle pursuits in certain circumstances." (morgan) circumstances like terrain, traffic, time of day and the weather. capt. brent biggs: "those are constantly being
reevaluated as this pursuit unfolds." "it makes things more complex at times." (morgan) captain brent biggs has been with the davenport police department for 24 years. every department in iowa and illinois has a policy that's followed when it comes to pursuits. davenport, bettendorf, rock island, moline and east moline all have the same pursuit policy and it's a long one. it states that an officer can chase a car if someone used a gun during a crime or committed a felony like murder or child endangerment. capt. brent biggs "the people that we're pursuing have to be wanted or suspected in those types of those crimes." (morgan) for instance, if a car runs a red light or speeds through a school zone, the officer can write a ticket for a traffic violation, but won't chase you if it means putting other people at risk. (sounds of cars zooming by) ( morgan-stand up) the policy is similar for other local police agencies around the quad cities. these standards are consistent across the country. there are some agencies, however, that have a no- pursuit policy. capt. brent biggs
"whether we're in davenport or whether we're in another jurisdiction, our policy is always the same standard. what changes is the circumstances surrounding the pursuit." (morgan) but what happens if an iowa offir chases a car across one of the bridges into illinois or an illinois officer into iowa? do they follow the other state's rules or their own? capt. brent biggs "going into another jurisdiction, our officers continue that pursuit until officers from that jurisdiction take over." (morgan) biggs says the policy is reevaluted after every chase to make sure it meets the needs of the police officers and your safety. morgan briesmaster, local 4 news." jessica rae: the south carolina resource officer caught on camera violently arresting a female high school student has been fired. richland county sheriff leon lott blamed the student and what he called her "disruptive, disrespectful behavior"
ended with her on the floor, tossed from her algebra class. but he said deputy ben fields did not follow proper procedures.. sheriff leon lott: "he picked the student up and he threw the student across the room. that is not a proper technique and that should not be used in law enforcement. based on that that is a violation of our policy." jessica rae: the teen's attorney told abc news the 16-year old suffered neck and back injuries during the incident.. she also has a cast on her arm and a rug burn on her forehead from being dragged across the classroom floor the fbi and the justice department are conducting separate investigations of the incident. jessica rae: while this incident has made national headlines... field's actions do not reflect all school resource officers. davenport's central high school is saying... . goodbye to corporal martin lopez... who has been a fixture at the school for the last 21 years. reporter gretta patrick has his story. after 21 years of serving as resource officer at davenport's central high school, corporal martin lopez is retiring...
he says interacting with students is the thing he'll miss most... nats - martin: causing a problem? why? boy - we were roasting each other martin: oh man! but he's leaving with plenty of stories... martin lopez: we've had everything from, and i wasn't here the day of it, but we had a kid bring g gun into school, this was probably 15 years ago... to kids that come intoxicated, fighting, i mean just, you know, but nothing is tio serious that we can't overcome." principal scott mc- kissick says martin was a big part of the school family and they're really going to miss him .. scott: he's really, really had an imprint on central and our student body, he's touched a lot of lives, both students and staff." mc-kissick says martin has a way of dealing with students... and generations of both teachers and students will always remember the bonds they've formed with corporal lopez.... martin: "i treat people theheay i wanted to betreated when i wasn't a police officer, so that's what kind of got me going here." gretta: although he will be dearly missed by all, officer lopez is looking forward to avoiding the harsh midwestern winter and spending the next few months in arizona. jessica rae: helena chemical has been granted a conditional use davenport's centrara high school, corporal martin lopez is retiring... he says interacting with studedes is the
thing he'll miss most... nats - martin: causing a problem? why? boy - we were roasting each other martin: oh man! but he's leaving with plenty of stories... martin lopez: we've had everything from, and i wasn't permit to open a retail fertilizer business paul hughes has more. "work begins in november on a new manufacturing plant that will bring 180 new jobs to the norfolk area. oct pipe of rockwall, texas announced yesterday that it will build a one million-square-foot facility to manufacture steel pipe for its customers all over the united states and canada. the plant will be across the street from the nucor, which will provide oct with all of its steel. despite objections from representatives of a special-needs facility aboutut quarter-mile away, the norfolk planning commission,n, earlier this wee unanimously approved a conditional-use permit for helena chemical to open a retail fertilizer business at the corner of 1st street and eisenhower avenue. city
prevention manager trent howard said all of the safety concerns were addressed in the pre-planning phase. downtown norfolk will be buzzing tonight as local businesses invite young ghosts and goblins totoheir stores for wntown trick-or- treating from 4:30 to 6:30. then beginning at 7, it's the annual zombie walk. zombies are asked to gather at the corner of 5th steet and norfolk avenue. those and more stories can be heard on news talk wjag, lite rock 97.5 and 106 kix. " jessica rae: ford has issued three recalls affecting thousands of vehicles in north america. one safety recall for popontial fuel tank issues affects rougugy 129-thousand vehicles. it includes 2009 and 20-10 models of the ford edge and lincoln m-k-x. 72 more vehicles are subject to another safety recall for 20-16 ford e- series cutaway and cab vehicles. those vehicles face a possible trailer brake controller issue. ford's third recall affects roughly 19- hundred 20-16 ford mustangs. the company says restraint parts in
the iowa football playoffs kicked off last night and chris and alex were all over siouxland with action from all six classes. th join us now with highlights from 3-a. chris palmquist--"good morning everybody, alongside alex, i'm chris. the iowa playoffs kicked off last night and we'll check out a pair of class 3a regular season rematches. sb-l took on spencer just 5 days ago. opening drive for spencer...dylan ellis finds a seam and makes that warrior defense pay.....he gets all the way
door-step... and they punch it in....sean slattery with the qb sneak....they eventuall call it a touchdown...7-0 spencer.. first offensive touch for sb-l....they start clicking...jacob shultz to chris kroll....first dowow warriors.... later that drive...matt george bounces to the outside and he hits the spin cycle...10 yard score to get sb-l on the board. next warrior drive...its that george kidid again.....is time from 65 yards out...! 336 yards and three scores for george...sb-l wins it 33-21. alex walker--"elsewhere in class 3a, heelan hosted boyden-hull rock valley for the second time this year. bhrv was looking for their first win over heelan since 2011. third quarter....hawks up 18-3.....and they start trucking on another drive.....les van maanen....a mama possessed...heheits the edge to move the chains...but the drive stallls... next bhrv drive...its brett moser hooking up with van maanen and the nighthawks
later....the big fella punches it in and the nighthawks take the 24-6 lead. nighthawks win it 24-16. cory brandt-- chris palmquist--congratu lations to the nighthawks on a big win. for full highlights s from our sportszone half hoho show, be sure to head to our website, siouxland matters dot com. for alex, i'm chris, have a great thursday everybody. jessica rae: scott: it's time now to check on your forecast... scott: good morning forecast... scott: forecast... scott:
good morning siouxland. temperatures are sitting in the 30s acrossssost of the area. we have strong winds still continuing at this time sustained between 10 and 20 miles per hour. wind chills as a result are in the 20s. a few of us saw our first snowflakes of the season yesterday. that system has moved to the northeast and we shouldn't see a repeat of that on our thursday. going through the dayplanner, we'll l have decreasing g clouds as we move toward a high of 50 this afternoon. rae thanks scott... the federal reserve left inin rates across most of the area. we have strong winds still continuing at this time sustained between 10 and 20 miles per hour. wind chills as a resusu are in the 20s. a few
of us saw our firsrs interest rates unchanged, but signaled a changed before the end of the year. kendis gibson and reena ninan have the details good morning. topping "amica's money" -- no change in intnterest rates for now.w. >> but the federal reserve is hints it could ra a's key rate in decemr because fwloebl economy is improving. th move sent major stock indexes up. major hotel merger could be in the works with hyatt set to buy out star waurd hotels. >> it be one of the biggest hotels in the world. the national retail federation sayays pet ownersrs will shelll outut about $350 million for their furry friend this is halloween. >> the top five best selling
costumes for pets on ebay are superer man, lion, batman, panda, and necktie. >> no darth der. no storm trooper. >> and no princess leia. i'm surprised. d that's "america's money." >> have a great day, everyone. excellent looking below the e surface,researching a hunch... and making a decisio you are type e . time for ahange of menu. sesech and invest frfr any website. with e trade's browser trading. e trade.
magazines, or even stamps. well an arkansas man has been collecting pennies... for nearly half a century. so what did he do with all of those pennies? he took them to the bank of course. and he got back a pretty penny. pennies for nearly half a century. so what did he do with all of those pennies? he took them to the bank of course. otha anders arrived atatrigin bank in ston tuesday morning with 15 five gallon water jugs
collecting the pennies in the late 60's. anders would pick up any penny he found on the ground and says he has not spent a penny in 40 years. "i have not spent a a penny in 40 plus years. i would b bak a dollar before i would spend a penny" said otha anders. so how many pennies did he turn in? 513,614. which comes to $5,136. mr. anders will use the money to help pay a dental bill. " pennies for nearly half a century. so what did he do with all of those pennies? he took them to the bank of course. otha anders ararved at origin bank in ruston tuesday morning with 15 ve gallon water jugs full of pennies. he started collecting the pennies in the late 60's. anders would pick
and says he has not spent a penny in 40 years. "i have not spent a penny in 40 plus years. i would break a dollar before i would spend a in pennies to pay a dental bill. jessica rae scott: jessica and scott are chatting about this man's penny collection. jessica and scott are chatting about this man's penny collection. jessica and scott are chatting about this man's penny collection. scott:we'll have collection. jessica and scott are chatting about this man's penny collection. jessica and scott are chatting about this man's penny tomorrow, wewe expect some sunshine early before increasing clouds and a chance of showers by the afternoon. rain will end by sunrise on halloween and we'll have some warmer temperatures through the weekend. our rain forecast model indicates we'll see between a quarter and half an inch of rain through most
of the abc9 viewing area...not a heavy in, but a decent shot of moisture. today, your high tempmpature is 50 and we're going to have partly cloudy skies with a light breeze. the low tonight is 30 under mostly clear skies. tomorrow, the high is 56 with rain during the afternoon. here's your 7 day forecast where we'll have high temperatures gradually rise into the 60s and 70s. jessica rae scott: adlib tomorrow, we expect some sunshine early before increasing clouds and a chance of showers by the afternoon. rain will end by sunrise on halloween and we'll have some warmer temperatures through the weekend. our rain forecast model indicates we'll see between a quarter and half an inch of rain through most of thehebc9 viewing area...not a heavy rain, bubua decent shot o omoisture.
today, your high temperature is 50 " coming up in our six o'clock hour. i'll tell you how families dealing with food allergies take extra precautions to not have a "scare" this halloween. stay tuned for this week's your health matters. jessica rae: " plus... i'll tell you about the dreaded middle age spread... and why we seem to pack on t t pounds as we age.
snowflakes of the season yesterday. that system has moved to the northeast and we shouldn't see a repeat of that on our thursdaygoing through the dayplanner, we'll have decreasing clouds as we move toward a high of 50 this afternoon. jessica a e: sioux city is being honored for encouraging business growth... through a skilled work-force. governor terry branstad was in sioux city at the convention center to formally announce the city has earned the 'skilled iowa community' designation. the city completed a checklist of both business commitments and work-force
certificationsns the skilled iowa initiative aims to develop local economic benefits by creating more skilled employees. "sioux city is the largest city in iowa to receive this skilled iowa award, and it's a recognition that you have employers encouraging their applicants to get the national career readiness certificate and you have unemployed people that are upgrading their skills by doing this national career readiness certificate," said governor terry branstad . jessica rae: in order to become a skilled iowa community, sioux city had to ve five percent of the local work-force become n-c-r-c certified as well as have 20- percent of the local employers commit to supporting the skilled iowa initiative in their hiring process. jessica rae: there's a good chance you know someone with a food allergy. and here's why. according to the c-d-c... food allergies among children have gone up 50- percent over the last 15 years. food allergies can be especially problematic around halloween... when candy is llected door