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hosting a happy hour for the senator beginning at 4pm. jessica rae: and speaking of marco rubio he seems to be faring well, after brushing off attacks from jeb bush who is insisting his campaign is coming to an end any time soon. has more on the floridian rivalry " this morning jeb bush may be down but he's definitely nonoout, promising his campaign is alive e and kicking. sot-bush " it's not on n fe support. we have the most money, we have the greatest organizazaon. we're doininfine. but bush admitting he's not a natural in this new era of politics. -bush "look there are two types of politicians. there are the talkers, and there are the doers. i wish as some of the the big personalities a doer." the reflection following debate where he went after his friend senator marco rubio for missing more votes than any other senator this year. sot-bush "marco, when you signed up for this, term. but his attack falling flat after rubio, move-stopped bush
cold. sot-rubio "someone has convinced you that attacking me is going to help you. -rubio tl: "when he was on the that stage and he called on you to resign perernally, what dididt feel like?" rubio: you know, these things happen in campaigns unfortunately and d i'i'not going to let acampaign chang me e and i still have tremendodo admiration andnd affection for him and the frontrunner in the latest polls dr ben carson says he's contacting the other campaigns to change the format of the debates -carson debates are supposed to be established to help the people get to know the candidates // and what it's jessica rae: the senate passed a bi-partisan budget deal that will prevent a potential government shutdown. the senate passed the deal was agreed to between congress and the white week. straight to the president's desk for signature and will be in effect well l
before tuesday's deadline, when the nation would have hit the debtbteiling. jessica rae: thanks to some quick thinking middle schoolers... 61 year old bus driver ...robert scarbough of west des moines was handcuffed in the middle of his bus route. after students flaggedown a deputy showing him on their phones what they had just witnessed. kattey ortiz has this story. "(nats) students begging a bus driver to leave a 15 year old special needs student alone in this disturbing cell phone video. "why! why would they do that!" johnston middle schoolers were on the bus ride home thursday afternoon ... when police say 61 year old robert scarbrough got upset the victim wouldn't sit in his assigned seat. when the student responds with some strong words .... "the driver ends up striking the student in the face and pushing him in the flooooon the bus." a group of kids reported the incident they caught on camera a a deputy whohappened to be at the next bus stop. the student was
treated and released at the scene ... but investigators took scarbrough away in handcuffs. "it's disgusting" students at johnston middle school were quick to support the victim ... who they say may not have understood what was happening. "he's mentally challenged, he's always been really nice, and i don't think he knew what he was saying, i think he was just taught to say stuff like that." "he's very cheerful. he's amazing." officials with johnston community school district say scarbrough passed all background checks when he started working for the district at the beginning of this school year. they say he knew the student was special needs. "our drivers undergo o gular behavioral training as part of our positive behavior intervention and support system, and this person made a poor choice on how to handle a behavioral issue ." " jessica rae: a man accused of driving under the influence may get his conviction over-turned. here's paul hughes with the details.
chamber of trade task force has come up with a way to help fuel local spending that provides an online platform for local gifting. chamber ceo mark zimmerer says the "cash now" program it's easy to navigate. just go to the chamber's web site. norfolkareachambe r.com. and click the zimmerer says it's about keeping dollars circulating community. those arrested for influence of alcohol in dodge county, nebraska between july of 2012 and july of 2015 may be able to get that conviction overturned. the dodge county attorney reports the breathalyzer equipment was not this impacts more omaha criminal defense attorney jonathan crosby suggests anyone affectededhould contact an attorney to review their options. former governor dave heineman won't say he'll run for governor again... and won't say he won't. heineman, a republican, served as governor for 10 years. he could run again after sitting out a term. heineman says he frequently speaks with business and political leaders. he says he won't rule out another run for governor... or some
other political office... stating, 'you never say never.' those and more stories can be heard on news talk wjag, lite rock 97.5 and 106 kix. " jessica rae: a semi rig hauling hogs ended up on it's side just north of merrill last night. plymouth county officials say the semi was headed south on highway 75 when it tipped at about eight oclock. officers are still investigatatg a cause for the mishap, but the truck ed in the middle of a curve entering town. the drdrer was not injured and there's no word on the condidion of the pigs on board. southbound traffic was slowed to one lane while crews worked to get the rig back upright. jessica rae: this morning, officials gathered in order to announce the upcoming siouxland sleepout. volunteers will gather at lewis and clark field to rse awareness and funds for the local area homeless participants usually stay outdoors overnight in boxes or in tents, brings the community together, organizers say there is meaning to the gathering. "the purpose of the that to have empathy
for a person that is actually living out on the street, and that is why we have it in november. so that if you come out and stay overnight and realize how miserable it can be, that you'll have some sypathy for someone who has to do that on a regular basis." siouxland sleep- out is coming up on friday november sixth jessica rae: a family had to cancel a weddidi in omaha receneny ter the groom reportedly got cold feet... but they decided to have the reception anyway... with a whole new roster of guests. the food was already paid for, and the family didn't want it to go to waste. negative into a by donating it to a local mission. (tara batenhorst) "my heart goes out just feel very grateful to be here." gregory/president/c eo, open door) "i just thought it would be a great opportunity for our 76 students to come together and celebrate already how much they've achieved, but that they have a long ways to go." the open door organization that works to combat homelessness and poverty. jessica rae: still to come... some trick or treaters got their candy a little bit earlier. we'll have details thier trunk or treating
overhead as we start things off on this friday. temperatures are sitting in the upper 30s to middle 40s throughout siouxland and it's a cool start to the day. at least the wind, which has been blustery through the past 36 hours, has finally died off and is currently under 10 miles per through the dayplanner, it looks like we'll have a high in the mid 50s, but a develops as we afternoon. here's a look at your stormcast hd where
morning, but clouds will be pretty fast to wrap in during the afternoon. rain showers will begin during the afternoon and last through the overnight period. on lloween tomorrrr, expect the clouds to clear out fast. then we'll have mostly sunny skies and warming temperatures as we move through the return for next week! today's high is 55 and it'll be partly with rain later. with clouds and showers. tomorrow for halloween, we'll
" happy halloween" jessica rae: lots of children and family members showed up at spalding park elementary for the first trunk-or -treat event last night. the event consisted of teachers and some parents decorating their vehicles and handing out candy to kids all decked out in halloween costumes. the event is to help kids haveve safe and fun lloween experirice. ""we thought we would juststry something for the kids and f filies because we really wanna get family involvement and we thought this would be a good idea. and pto was nice enough to help us sponsor this and the teachers, all the teachers joined in and obviously it was a big success." says mimi moore, principal of spalding park elementary. jessica rae: they plan to
recipe to die for! he's in the mister food test kitchen with a treat with no tricks. alright, if by some crazy chance you forgot that this weekend is halloween, then right after the news would be a great time to run to the store and grab some trick or treat candy. and while you're there why not pick up a few things to make this haunting halloween spread. the first thing you're going to want to do is pick up a couple of cans of refried beans. those get spread on a large platter. on top of that goes a layer of store bought guacamole. now around the edges, we fancy this up with some shredded lettuce, chopped tomatoes and a bit of shredded mexican cheese. and while you're at the store make sure you get me sour cream d a can of sliced black olives want to those get sprinkled aroundndhe guacamole. now for the fun part, we put some sour cream in a plastic bag, cut the corner a a pipe it on top of the spread . creating 4 circles,
one within another. then drag a butter knife from the inner circle out .creating what looks like a spider web. and when you serve this at your house, or bring it to a neighborhood party, maybe with a few spooky spiders as a garnish, this is going to be the talk of the party. i do hope you'll go online and get the recipe for our, "spiderweb spread," so you don't forget a thing while you're at the market. i'm howard in the mr. food test kitchen, wishing you a fun and safe halloween, one that is filled with lots of . "boo it's so good!!" " jessica rae:
recipe 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 "spiderweb spread" 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 after the break... we'll take a look at these spooky little guys, all ready for halloween! stay tuned for details on how you can adopt these adorable little ones
today. "happy halloween! today we're busting popular health myths. does milk help cool your tongue after spicy foods? does double-dipping spread the germs? our outrageous experiments prove which rules you should ignore immediately. plus, who handles pain better? is it men, or women? see what happens when my wife lisa and i put ourselves to the test. and, leeches; the latest skin beauty treatment that will make your skin crawl." jessica rae: again that's
on dr. oz at 4 o'clock right here on abc9. jessica rae: a cow in north dakota may have the best could make. take a look at this is un-holy cow... this heifer doesn't have an official name, but the marking on her head sort of says it all. " (bruce lang/cow's owner) "they just call her the skull cow is all. that's kind of all they go by, the skull cow. and, every once in a while people want to come out and look at it." jessica rae: people have accused cow number three- three-three's owner of faking the mark but he says the skull design has been on the cow's head since it was a calf. jessica rae scott: today's high is 55 and
later. tonight's low is 40 with clouds and showers. tomorrow for halloween, we'll have a high of 63 with temperatures in the 50s during trick or treating under mostly clear skies. here's the 7 day forecast now where we'll look for temperatures to rise into the 70s next week with no significant rain chances.
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