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americans have some sort of criminal record butt sot that record disqualifies you from being a full participant in our society. butt sot it means millions of americans have difficult even getting their foot in the door to try to get a job." but the president got no bipartisan support from republican presidential hopeful and new jersey governor chris christie. ( governor chris christie/(r) new jersey): "it is nice of him to show up on the law enforcement issue, he really hasn't much and you know all these criminal justice reforms he's talking about, none of them are initiatives of his, you know he's being pushed to this by others and now all of a sudden he wants to come and take a victory lap at integrity house." on an nbc news exclusive, obama continued to talk up criminal justice issues. (president obama): "no one is as invested as i am in continuing the trend to reduce crime." i'm mary moloney reporting. jessica rae: obama is also calling on congress to support what's known as "ban the box" initiative. it would end the practice of asking federal jobs applicants about their criminal record. jessica rae: president obama has signed a two year budget bill that heads off
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government shutdowns over the debt ceiling. obama said the bill invests in the economy and national security calling it a great bi-partisan legislation obama: (president obama) "what we now see is a budget that reflects our values, that grows our economy, creates jobs, keeps america safe it's going to strengthen the middle class by investing in critical areas like education and job training, basic research. jessica rae: the national debt limit until march 15th, 2017. jessica rae: the university of iowa's new president has started his job on campus... and was met with protests. "protestors chanting" jessica rae: the iowa board of regents selected bruce harreld on september 3rd to replace sally mason. harreld's background is in business, not in education administration. and that's led to scrutiny from faculty and
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gathered on the penta-crest to call for bruce harreld to resign. but harreld made it pretty clear that's not going to happen. bruce harreld says, "it comes with the territory, i've been part of these types of transitions multiple times and everyone gets a little nervous, a little anxious, they don't know me, they anticipate the worst it seems like, and frankly some bad behavior starts to pop out, i think we've gotten a little over the edge here." jessica rae: harreld says he does respect people's freedom of speech. but is really ready for everyone to move on. jessica rae: the south dakota attorney general's office is identifying the person they believe took the original "sunshine state flag" from the secrety of state's office. the flag had apparently been missing r years. according to state attorney general marty jackley, 26-year-old garret devries of washington d-c is charged in connection to the theft of the flag. the historic item was discovered missing after a legislative audit earlier in the year. jessica rae: south dakota is celebrating it's
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126th anniversary of state-hood. the rushmore state was admitted as the 40th state on november 2nd 18-89 by president benjamin harrison. north dakota is also celebrating their 126th as well. they were admitted to the union on the same day. jessica rae: mike hammond...one of the co-founders of gateway computer company and a sioux city native has died. hammond passed away at his sioux city home thursday. he was 53 years old. hammond co- founded gateway.....in 1985... in a sioux city farmhouse. the company later moved to a spotted cow building in sioux city. those who worked him say he had a huge personality and helped shape the image of the company. "he had incredible loyalty among the gateway employees and i know all of them really mourn his loss, he was too young, but the legacy he left on gateway is permament," said jim wharton, friend of mike. jessica rae: gateway became a major success.... by shipping computers straight to customers in boxes with a spotted-cow
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design. show... we'll have more on mike hammond... from his friends who are coming together to honor him. jessica rae: the environmental agency is probe into the emissions cheating scandal. diesel s-u-v porsche and audi in the in september, volkswagen admitted to cheating on 11-million cars around the world. the new notice of violation includes the 20-14 volkswagen touareg... the 20-15 porsche cayenne and some 20-16 audi quattro models. jessica rae: chipotle stock takes a hit following an e- coli scare. the company temporarily shut down dozens of restaurants in washington state and oregon after 22-cases of e-coli were reported. the washington's department of health says eight people have been hospitalized. the e-coli outbreak was linked to just six locations, but the chain closed all 43 locations in both states out of an abundance of there is no word
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from the company on when those stores will re- open. " jessica rae: when we come back... i'll bring you an update on the center street fire from friday night... that claimed the life of a three year old boy. stay tuned for the very latest. scott: we'll have... "you're watching abc9 news this morning... with ... jessica rae... and meteorologist scott larson..
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for our tuesday. a wind from the south will strengthen this
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near 30 miles per hour. that breezy wind will help in propelling temperatures into record territory on wednesday under sunshine with dry air...expect highs in the mid to upper 70s tomorrow! toward the end of the model here on thursday, you can see some precipitation slide in with scattered showers becoming likely on thursday. today, your forecast high temperature is 75 and it'll be mostly sunny. we'll dip to a relatively warm overnight low of 55. tomorrow, expect mostly sunny conditions and a high of 77. here's a glance
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at your 7 day forecast where we're anticipating highs to dive thursday following the front with 50s moving forward into the weekend. for our tuesday. a wind from the south will strengthen this afternoon gusting near 30 miles per hour. that breezy wind will help in propelling temperatures into record territory on wednesday under sunshine with dry air...expect highs in the mid to upper 70s tomorrow! toward the end of the model here on thursday, you can see some precipitation slide in with scattered terrible fire on sioux city's west- side... we now know a three-year old boy died in that fire... the loss has affected neighbors... and fire fighters who
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friday night. the home nicholas torres was in, became engulfed in flames so fast, his parents weren't able to get him out. sadly, there was little warning of the fire, because the home had no smoke detectors. abc9 news reporter lukas voss has more about the message local fire officials want to send in light of the tragedy. "nats - fire alarm beeping " it's an unpleasant beeping sound .... but one that could prevent deadly fires like the that broke out late last friday night. there were no smoke detectors in the home of 3-year old nicholas torres. he was killed in the fire that consumed his house. "i find it frustrating. its a very cheap insurance policy we do everything we can to get the message out about working smoke alarms," fire marshal mark aesoph said. friday's fire is one of the more severe sioux city fire rescue has responded to in recent history. a crew of 20 firefighters had to attack it from the outside as the fire had to spread so quickly. "it had actually flashed over which is a term for fully involvement of
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every room inside this home." fire marshal mark aesoph said the child's parents were home at the time, but couldn't get inside in time to save their son. neighbors are still shaken up. "you could hear people, yelling and screaming and everything else. just seeing them trying to fight the blaze, you know it was hard watching it." stacey baker, neighbor said. just days later, a small memorial sits scorched structure. a silent reminder of the life lost here. jessica rae: fire officials want all families to know how important smoke detectors are. here are some tips to keep in mind. - have a smoke alarm on each level of your home - plug space heaters directly into the wall -turn heaters off when leaving the room - keep flamable objects 3 feet from any heat source and if you have smoke alarms already make sure to check the batteries at least every month to make sure it's working.
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there's no word yet on what might have caused the fire. the family is getting some help from the red cross for the time being. " jessica rae: coming up.... it's the story many are talking about... a nebraska woman was bit by a tiger at a zoo in omaha this weekend... but wait until you hear the full story... details are up ahead. " " jessica rae: and.... you'll meet the four year old tattoo artist that has gone viral... after video of her tattooing her dad hit the internet. find out what we think about her doing this...
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a tiger after breaking into a zoo, has a criminal record. authorities say 33-year old jacqueline eide broke into the henry dorley zoo early sunday morning... reaching into a tiger cage and then getting bit in the hand. witnesses say the wounds are so bad she might lose parts of her fingers. police say the woman was intoxicated and now faces criminal trespass charges. she was previously arrested for drunk driving, graffiti and disturbing the
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peace among other things. jessica rae: what were you good at when you were four years old? well a florida girl already has a budding career... as a tattoo artist! reporter trevor pettiford has the story. " (nats) brad bellomo is making his mark on the human landscape... with a body of work that covers as much of his skin as it does yone else's. so it came as no surprise to this tattoo artist when his four year old daughter chloe... reporter: what do you want to be when you grow up? ( chloe bellomo, 4 years old) "five." reporter: "you're gonna be five? that's good answer!" aside from being clever and cute... he says. shtook to drawing at an early age. ( brad "bob-tat" bellomo, tattoo artist) "but then seeing the art in here, with the ceiling. she had come in here a few times, watched other artists and myself doing the art on the ceiling there and she said. "i wanna do one. and right away gave her the chance to do one right up here." spotting her innate talent... this doting father to ok a chance and a needle... and let his little girl leave her mark on him (brad "bob-tat" bellomo, tattoo artist) "the tattoo's right in here. i mean i only have so much
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space left, but it was could watch and see reporter: "why did you pick a strawberry?" hloe bellomo, 4 years old) "because and when he posted social media, it went viral before the ink could dry. tens of thousands of comments some good -- some bad (brad "bob-tat" artist) "a lot of it is that's bad parenting questioning parenting but everybody's kid is different." reporter standup: this is more than artistry. for brad, this is also a business.. one that he's built over the and liks with any like to pass it down to his child (brad "bob-tat" artist) "i'm not trying to push her into the career, but it's an opportunity where she could do a few tatts get good at it. maybe an after school job versus mcdonald's." but according to chloe, she may already penned her career. (chloe bellomo, 4 years old) "i like to jessica rae: scott: jessica and scott this little tattoo
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artist. jessica and scott are chatting about this little tattoo artist. jessica and scott are chatting about this little tattoo artist. scott:good morning siouxland. artist. jessica and scott are chatting about this little tattoo artist. jessica and scott are chatting about this little tattoo artist. scott:good morning siouxland. temperatures are in the 40s and 50s as we begin our tuesday. the wind is currently fairly calm at 10 miles per hour or less, but we expect that to increase as the afternoon continues. the satellite and radar
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picture displays mostly clear skies overhead. as we pace through the dayplanner, you can see that we'll have temperatures rise from the 50s this morning all the way into the middle 70s this afternoon! the wind is currently fairly calm at 10 miles per hour or less, but we expect that to increase as the afternoon continues. the picture displays overhead. as we pace here at . many folks still starting their workday....please everyone... scott: now you'll want to watch your speed in these areas today: ... police will be here... sergeant road and on s. lakeport. so again... mind that speed. jessica rae: i'll bring you the of some of the pools here in sioux city. find out more on the possible
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closures and renovations of sioux city pools...
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big topic of conversation for a sioux city parks and rec committee. the public pools committee is still still deciding on closures and renovations. but it seems that's easier said than done. abc9 news reporter elisa raffa has more. the pool that taught you how to swim, not sink, may be closing. cook, leeds, leif, and lewis.... all pools causing some tension for sioux cty parks and rec. three are pushing 40 years old, leeds has a small capacity and leif has serious structural damage, but coming to a collective solution
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has been tough for the committee. after another meeting on monday, the committee is only sure about one pool. "the only real consensus the committee has right now is to move forward with a regional aquatic center in the morningside area and keep lewis pool until that new facility would open" says matt salvatore, director of sioux city parks and rec. some solutions discussed at monday's meeting included replacing some pools with splash pads, costs are cheaper to renovate and maintain. but the biggest debate: which pools to close and which leave open with possle renovations. some committee members were concerned about location and transportation to the facilities, but emotions are playing a large role too. "emotions play a large part on this. there's a lot of sioux city and for a long time, history of the neighborhoods. so,
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it's something that we really need to consideration, but decision just based to make a decision and future livlihood of those facilities" says matt salvatore, director of sioux city parks and rec. but it hasn't been easy. the committee has been meeting since august, currently meeting the director of parks and confident that november. "we're going to a little exercise at our next committee meeting. it's clear that we're not going we're just going to with some decisions for the pools" says city parks and rec. their next meeting is scheduled two weeks from now, says he's hopeful more concrete to present to the council after that meeting. just months after tribe in flandreau and growth of marijuana on tribal ground, the omaha tribe of nebraska is puttg the decision of legalizing medical and recreational marijuana in the hands of their citizens. later today... the people will be voting on three different memos including
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medical usage of marijuana, recreational usage of the drug, and growing industrial hemp on the reservation. we will have more on this story... later on in the show. " " jessica rae: coming up.... we'll rejoin the race to the white house... where you'll learn who's on top of the latest polls... and how jeb bush plans to fix his struggling campaign. the political beat is up next. scott: " " scott: good morning
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the wind is currently fairly calm at 10 miles per hour or less, but we expect that to increase as the afternoon continues. the satellite and radar picture displays mostly clear skies overhead. let's get a
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check of the stormcast hd where we'll have mostly sunny skies in place for our tuesday. a wind from the south will strengthen this afternoon gusting near 30 miles per hour. that breezy wind will help in propelling temperatures into record territory on wednesday under sunshine with dry air...expect highs in the mid to upper 70s tomorrow! toward the end of the model here on thursday, you can see some precipitation slide in with scattered showers becoming likely on thursday. today, your forecast high temperature is 75 and it'll be mostly sunny. we'll dip to a relatively warm overnight low of 55. tomorrow, expect mostly sunny conditions and a high of 77. here's a glance at your 7 day forecast where we're anticipating highs to dive thursday following the front with 50s moving forward into
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the weekend. jessica rae scott: jessica rae: the wind is currently fairly calm at 10 miles per hour or less, but we expect that to increase as the afternoon continues. the satellite and radar picture displays mostly clear skies overhead. let's get a check of the stormcast hd where we'll have mostly sunny skies in place for our tuesday. a wind from the south will strengthen this afternoon gusting near 30 miles per hour. that breezy wind will help in propelling temperatures into record territory on wednesday under sunshine with dry air...expect highs in the mid to upper 70s tomorrow! toward the end of the model here on thursday, you can see some
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showers becoming likely on thursday. today, your forecast high temperature is 75 and it'll be mostly sunny. we'll dip to a relatively warm overnight low of 55. tomorrow, expect mostly sunny conditions and a high of 77. here's a glance at your 7 day forecast where we're anticipating highs to dive thursday following the front with 50s moving forward into the weekend. jessica rae scott: jessica rae: ben carson is the wind is currently fairly calm at 10 miles per hour or less, but we expect that to increase as the afternoon continues. the satellite and radar picture displays mostly clear skies overhead. let's get a check of the stormcast hd where
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we'll have mostly sunny skies in place for our tuesday. a wind from the south ben carson is trump in the poll... now the first or second choice of republican voters. while the out over upcoming debate rules, many are now saying they won't sign on to a plan they agreed to just one night before. abc's lana zak has the latest. "they can't handle a bunch of cnbc moderators... overnight. president obama poking fun at gop presidential candidates and their the republican debate demands... "if you can't handle those guys, you know then i don't think the chinese going to be too and after initially the republican alliance is coming apart at the seams.... donald trump says he prefers to himself telling
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basketball players?go on strike...demand money for charity." also refusing to sign on: john kasich, chris christie and carly fiorina, whose campaign has opted out of the debate controversy, choosing -quote- "dinner at the applebee's in pella, iowa instead." and now ben carson, abandoned by many of his fellow contenders, on the defensive when asked if his campaign-led debate reforms are backfiring.... " that's a bunch of garbage. i don't deal with that type of stuff." carson pushing forward with demands that include: -no "gotcha" lightning rounds -no show of hands questions - and a requirement that the temperature remain below 67 degrees. as republicans debate the next debate... anotehr poll shows carson in the lead. (fs) six-points ahead of trump nationwide. marco rubio is in third place with 11- percent. ted cruz and jeb bush... a rounding out the top five. based on this poll, the same 10 candidates are likely to be on the main stage for the next debate, whatever form that takes? but the results are particularly concerning for gov.
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debate, with less than 1% support. lz abcn, w the republican effort to stage a united front on debate reforms are crumbling as several campaigns announced they would not demands to debate media sponsors. ohio governor john kasich is among those who won't sign on the dotted line. didn't pay much attention to the issue. " gov. john kasich/(r) presidential candidate "i really haven't given it any thought. that's all process. other people think about that, i don't. i mean i'd love to have a, i guess one thing i'd say is i'd love to be able to have all of us in groups of 5 you know one at a time sit down and talk our positions but that's not gonna happen so, i don't know what else they're talking somebody go to a meeting in washington. i never even discussed it with them. so whatever we're doing, that's what where it lies you know." jessica rae: one person who is taking a trump. the billionaire businessman says he will negotiate with the media independently.
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jessica rae: donald trump is set to officially be a candidate in new hampshire's republican presidential primary. trump will officially file to put his name on the new hampshire ballot wednesday morning in concord. wednesday is the first day candidates can register to run in new hampshire. registration runs through november 20th. jessica rae: senator bernie sanders will visit new hampshire secretary of state william gardner's office to file paperwork later this week for the first-in- the-nation primary ballot. the democratic party presidential candidate will then hold a rally with supporters. jessica rae: sanders main rival for the democratic bid... hillary clinton, has met with the parents of several young african-americans killed in high- profile shootings. the gathering in chicago included the families of trayvon martin, michael brown and tamir rice. martin's mom spoke very briefly after monday's meeting. " sybrina fulton, trayvon martin's mother:"it was a very powerful meeting, it was very powerful." reporter: "did she promise anything?" sybrina fulton's security: "bye bye, i'm sorry" jessica rae: a series of shootings involving african-american
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men have spurred a string of protests over the last three years, largely starting with martin's killing in 20-12. those protestshave evolved into the black lives matter movement.... clinton has been protested by the group twice during her presidential campaign. she has promised to ban racial profiling and help former inmates find jobs. jessica rae: former florida governor jeb bush kicked off a busy week of campaigning in his home state of florida. the g-o-p presidential hopeful is looking to turn the page on his struggling campaign... with a new slogan... jeb can fix it. but that slogan is leading many to wonder if it's the country or his campaign that he's trying to fix. " jeb bush/(r) presidential candidate "as your president, i will fight every day with a reformer's heart." jessica rae: bush is hoping his multi-city "fix it" tour will place a renewed focus on what he calls his proven conservative record... and give him a much-needed boost in the midst of consistently weak poll nuers jeb is also taking jabs at front- runner donald
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surging protg marco rubio. "jeb bush/(r) presidential candidate sending someone capital city to the other. and you can't just tell congress. 'you're fired'. and go to a commeral break." jessica rae: following a series of florida rallies, bush will then embark on a bus tour of new hampshire. he'll also make a stop in another critical early primary state, south carolina. jessica rae: and bush has released an e- book called "reply all." it contains emails he wrote during his time as florida governor. in one exchange with a reporter, bush complained about the size of the bathroom door in the governor's mansion. in response to an email request from barbara walters for an interview about the 2- thousand recount in florida, bush said he "wasn't a fan of the national lime- light and was only interested in serving his state." jessica rae: norfolk city council has delayed a permit for a communications tower... and faith regional health services is showing off a new facility. susan risinger has more. " the norfolk city council has tabled action on an appeal of a planning commission decision to issue a
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conditional use communications requested that city staff find out what similarly sized cities do when utility poles are used for communications towers in residential areas. health services has pre-and post- local hospital now post-op beds, and each is a separate room with walls and windows. the new rooms also have state-of-the-art beds, monitors and available in the past. and even though the weather is warm and sunny, city of norfolk street crews are ready for the first snow. city operations manager jim dooley says they have doubled up on the amount of storage for sugar beet juice - used to melt ice and help clear city streets more efficiently. these and more stories can be heard on newstalk wjag, literock 97.5 and 106kix." jessica rae: t-mobile wants to make sure you always have a cell phone signal. the company announced t- mobile customers with a "simple
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choice" plan can receive a free mini cell tower for their home. the mini tower blasts out t- mobile's 4-g-l-t-e network signal for a 3-thousand foot radius. t-mobile is giving them to customers for a 25-dollar refundable deposit. other carriers have similar mini- towers but they cost hundreds of dollars. jessica rae: amazon announced a major overhaul to employees' parental benefits on monday. the new benefits include: up to 20-weeks fully paid leave for new moms... six-weeks full salary for new dads... and birth mothers and primary caregivers can ease back to work on a flexible schedule. the new policies go into effect next year. in august, the new york times published an article about the online retail giant having a poor work-life balance. which prompted a broader discussion about work-life balance at large corporations. jessica rae: and speaking of amazon... the company is offering customers a chance to get black friday discounts. the retailer has launched its black friday deals store. it will feature sale items daily between now and december 22nd.
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amazon prime members will get the deals 30 minutes before everyone else. jessica rae: coming up in sports... the iowa football playoffs continued last night. stay tuned for offensive explosions in sergeant bluff and hawarden up ahead. scott: stay tuned for today's forecast... jessica rae: iowa high school
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berths in the dome and the state semifinals. here's chris with the action from round two. chris palmquist--good morning everybody. last night was round two of the iowa high school state playoffs and we'll check out action in class 3a. sergeant bluff luton hosting carroll...the warriors looking for some revenge. and there was no shortage of offense... it's the tigers that get on the board first...kolby molinsky connects with dylan millermon...he makes a couple people miss and he's in...the tigers would go up 21-7. but then late in the quarter...matt george...finds a seam and show em your tail lights kid...70 yards to the promised land...it was 21-14 after 12 minutes of play. carroll stretches their lead to 21, when the warrior
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short run...just 40 yards...to cut it to then the aerial attack...jacob girres who beats two defenders up the seam...warriors get within a score. then shultz...gets in a groove...off the playfake...this time aaron sader on the receiving end...we're knotted at 35 with a minute 38 to play. done scoring...shultz...dr ops an absolute dime this...119 points one...sb-l wins a west sioux hosting bronson...they played a 1 point game earlier in the year. second quarter....lawton- bronson down 7- 6....matt herbold connects with anteres ashley over yards....eagles take the 14-7 lead.... west sioux would tie they got the ball back...porter hummel to kezden dude is quick! 57 yards to the use....falcons up 21-14... l-b's turn to strike....on fourth and two....ashley finds a seam and makes the falcons
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eagles tie the game at 21. lawton was set to score on their next drive...but a fumble at the goal-line turned into this...two plays later....jake lynott 75 yards....big momemtum swing...and west sioux advances to the state quaretrfinals...54-21 the final. for full action and scores from last night, be sure to head to our website, siouxland matters dot com...but for now, let's send it back over to you. jessica rae: scott: it's time now to check on your forecast... scott: good morning siouxland. temperatures are in
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the 40s and 50s as we begin our tuesday. the wind is currently fairly calm at 10 miles per hour or less, but we expect that to increase as the afternoon continues. the satellite and radar picture displays mostly clear skies overhead. as we pace through the dayplanner, you can see that we'll have temperatures rise from the 50s this morning all the way into the middle 70s this afternoon! rae thanks scott... the volkswagen emissions scandal just got a lot bigger. the investigation is now spreading to the company's luxury brands. kendis gibson and reena ninan have
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hey, good morning topping "america's money" -- more trouble for volkswagen. >> accuse of cheating o diesel emissions tests for the second ti. software to rig tests on 10,000 new audis and porsches in the u.s. amazon going retro, openi a bookstore today, the first amazon book locations opens in seattle. >> each book will face out, today is national sandwich day and a couple of the major chains will help you celebrate. >> subway locations offering a free sub today to those buying a subway and a drink and at ashy's the classic roast beef sandwich, cost 99 cents. >> now you know our a lunch plans.
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>> have a great day, everyone. daddy gator couldn't push the throttle on his little boat any harder if he tried. he's beaed here, gazing out on an unforgiving landscape. for while the people who come in here use quilted northern, a toilet paper that works so well th completely forget their experience... daddy gator sees all and forgets nothing. "i've got to motor out of here," he thinks. "this is no place to raise a child."
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baby's first birthday! here on abc9 news this morning showing your 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: adele officially has another hit... and a new star trek t-v series has been announced. here are your hollywood headlines.
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"another record blown away by adele's new single. in its first week, hello sold 1.1 million downloads according to nielsen music - no song has ever hit a million downloads in a week. the previous champ - flo rida's right round - notched around 630-thousand downloads in 2009. carrie underwood is getting ready to co-host the cma awards tomorrow night on abc. it's her eighth time doing it with brad paisley, and it's not all she's focused on [sometimes i think the hosting kind of takes over and you're like oh yeah i have to sing and i'm nominated so there's other things going on tonight] she's up for 2 awards, including the year going where the show hasn't gone before - streaming says a new star trek 2017 - it will launch with a special preview on cbs, but episodes will air on cbs all access - their streaming channel, which costs six bucks a month. no word on story lines or casting and robin williams' widow susan williams has broken
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in an exclusive interview with good morning america's was asked if she had [not for one second. not foone second. i know we did everything we could] more of the interview will air on world news tonight, nightline, good morning america, and friday on the view. and that's what's happening in hollywood, i'm jason nathanson, abc news, los angeles. jessica rae: taylor swift is being sued for allegedly stealing lyrics for her hit song "shake it off". musician jessie braham claims his 20-13 song, "haters gone hate", contains the same 22-word phrase that swift used in "shake it off". swift's song was released last year. braham's lawsuit also includes a you-tube link to "haters gone hate", which sounds nothing like "shake it off". braham is seeking 42 million dollars in damages from swift and her record label, as well as a writing credit on "shake it off". jessica rae: lions-gate is planning to bring the 'hunger games' to two future theme
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parks. tim palen, the studio's chief brand officer, says roller coasters and other rides based on the 'hunger games' movies will anchor a new theme park near atlanta. avatron smart park -- near atlanta -- hopes to open by 20-19. lionsgate also hopes the 'hunger games' movies will anchor a planned indoor 'experience center' in china. late 20-18 is the target opening date for that project. jessica rae scott: jessica and scott are chatting about the hunger games park. jessica and scott are chatting about the hunger games park. jessica and scott are chatting about the hunger games park. scott: we'll have mostly sunny skies in park. jessica and scott are chatting about the hunger games park. jessica and scott are chatting about the hunger games park. scott: we'll have mostly sunny skies in park. jessica and scott are chatting about the hunger games park. jessica and scott are chatting about the hunger games
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scott: we'll have mostly sunny skies in park. jessica and scott are chatting about the hunger games park. jessica and scott are chatting about the hunger games park. scott: we'll have mostly sunny skies in place for our tuesday. a wind from the south will strengthen this afternoon gusting near 30 miles per hour. that breezy wind will help in propelling temperatures into record territory on wednesday under sunshine with dry air...expect highs in the mid to upper 70s tomorrow! toward the end of the model here on thursday, you can see some precipitation slide in with scattered showers becoming likely on thursday. today, your
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sunny. we'll dip to a relatively warm overnight low of 55. tomorrow, expect mostly sunny conditions and a high of 77. here's a glance at your 7 day forecast where we're anticipating highs to dive thursday following the front with 50s moving forward into the weekend. strengthen this afternoon gusting near 30 miles per hour. that breezy wind will help in propelling temperatures into record territory on wednesday under sunshine with dry air...expect highs in the mid to upper 70s tomorrow! toward the end of the model here on thursday, you can see some precipitation slide in with scattered showers becoming likely on thursday. today, your forecast high temperature is 75 and it'll be mostly
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overnight low of 55. tomorrow, expect " coming up in our six o'clock hour... you'll meet a family that would be greatly affected by governor branstad's plan to privatize the state's medicaid system. jessica rae: " plus... i'll brin update on the bakken pipeline project... and what governor branstad thinks about the use of emminent domain on area farmers over the project.
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the wind is currently fairly calm at 10 miles per hour or less, but we expect that to increase as the afternoon continues. the satellite and radar picture displays mostly clear skies overhead. as we pace
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see that we'll have temperatures rise from the 50s this morning all the way into the middle 70s this afternoon! jessica rae: governor branstad is still waiting for the feds to approve his plan to privatize the state's medicaid system. four out-of-state companies would take over the program by january 1st. but a hearing on how those companies were chosen is slowing down the process. right now there's concern about the deadline being too ambitious for hospitals to get on board and for medicaid customers to shop around for new care providers. but the governor's confident it will get done and the
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state's medica will be part of a managed care system. create better people who are program. jessica rae: numbers are one another. amanda krenz talked to a family medicaid services of their children. with their story. "with some help from his mom, it's time for jacob anderson to take his daily stroll through the (((nats of if we have it))) routine, doctors recent surgery to correct his scoliosis. jacob is no stranger to health services. the 16-year old has autism and is also intellectually disabled. i have to have the best care for my son and get him the services he needs. jennifer anderson is able to get jacob, his medications, services, and therapies, through the help of their family's secondary insurance provider, medicaid. there s no way we
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