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the classroom experience. " jessica rae: plus... what is the perfect time to take a nap? well a new study has a surprising answer to that question. the results of that study will be revealed... this morning on abc9 news. "" jessica rae: one of the world's most wanted terrorist known as "jihadi john" was targeted in a u.s. drone strike late last night... the masked man became a symbol for isis... after authorites believe he beheaded a number of hostages. abc's stephanie ramos has the very latest. "donning a black mask... he became the voice of those brutal .....gruesome....terro rizing videos.... nats: jihadi john ("we'll begin to slaughter your people on your streets.") and the face of evil. jihadi john whose real name is mohammed emwazi ....is now believed to be dead....
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the pentagon says he was targeted by a drone strike as he was leaving in a vehicle in the isis declared capital of raqqa in syria..(map) the u.s. spent months trying to down emwazi... seen in these chilling videos showing the beheading of captives by the islamist terrorist group - isis. nats: terror video you have plotted against us ? authorities figured out emwazi's identity soon after the beheading of american james foley in august. the ruthless wannabe isis leader then slaying americans steven sotloff and peter kassig, plus two britons, and two japanese hostages. president obama had warned isis terrorists .....that american justice will prevail. obama sot: if you hurt an american, you are going to be brought to justice in a statement to abc news the parents of murdered hostage james foley said the airstrike against jihadi john was of small solace quote: this huge effort to go after this deranged man filled with hate when they can't make half that effort to save the hostages while these young americans were still alive. it's unfortunate that they government
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doesn't get it. they think it gives us solace, but it doesn't. the pentagon says it is working to confirm that jihadi john was indeed killed by the u-s airstrike. from what they saw in the hit..they believe he is dead the vehicle he was in burst into flames and one official said jihadi john essentially evaporated. stephanie ramos abc news washington jessica rae: sioux city police are on the lookout for one suspect involved in an armed robbery at a gas station. police say this individual robbed the kum and go gas station on pierce street at gunpoint early thursday morning around 4 o'clock. surveillance video shows the suspect trying to recover some of the money he dropped just after the robbery. if you have any information on the identiy of this man please call crime stoppers at 712-258-tips. jessica rae: following a week of protests over alleged racism at the university of missouri, new leadership has been selected. the university has named michael middleton, a law school professor, as interim president. the announcement comes after another act of vandalism last night, where someone spray-painted over the word 'black' on the sign
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in front of the buliding housing "black culture center ." authorities have also arrested two people with making racially charged threats on social media. both teens are students at a different missouri university. those threats are putting campus on edge. justin moore/studen: "it's just kind offrightening to realize anybody would kind of walk around and try to kill people because of skin color." jessica rae: students at over 20 campuses are planning protests this week. jessica rae: charges may soon be filed in a sexual assault case that occured several weeks ago on the campus of u-s-d according to vermillion police, on september 27th, two female students were sexually assaulted one on campus and one off campus. the vermillion police chief says the department has referred its investigation to the state attorney's office. until charges are filed the suspect is not being identified. following the attack the university of south dakota sent out an email to faculty and
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students with photos of three persons of interests. we will have more on this story... later on in the show. jessica rae: and vice president joe biden talked about sexual assault prevention during a speech at syracuse university. the initiative ...."it's on us" was launched last year. " vice president joe biden (no font): "for those who haven't been on this end of this heinous crime, every time you repeat it, you relive it. but it matters, it matters. it brings victims out of the shadow and that's the only way we gonna be able to begin to change the culture to help stop other rapes and attacks relating to sexual violence." jessica rae: president obama says one in five women have been sexually assaulted during their college years. he says only 12- percent of those attacks are reported... and only a fraction of the offenders are punished. jessica rae: a local hospital is making a push for men to take charge of their health. we're in what is known as "mo- vember"... a month where
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men are encouraged to grow their facial hair out to bring awareness to men's health issues. unitypoint health st. luke's is also to put the spotlight on prostate cancer. all it takes is a screen for the treatable disease. chuck johnson from it was lucky that i got it because it's a slow moving thing. if i'd have been 80-85 probably wouldn't have done anything, but when your 50 or even 60 you hope you have a few years left " jessica rae: one in seven men are diagnosed cancer. unity point health offering screenings coming up next thursday. that's from four to seven p-m in the hospital atrium. screenings are 33-dollars and you don't have to have an appointment. jessica rae: camp high hopes has received a big donation . the folks from first premier bank and premier bank-card donated 50 thousand dollars to the s'more smiles fundraising campaign. the money raised will be used to
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make several key capital improvements at camp high hopes. their current goal is to raise 4- point-4-million dollars. " jessica rae: still to come... i'll tell you how high school students are getting some on the job training... while still working to get their diplomas. more on this program is up ahead. scott: 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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a very quiet pattern is in place through the next 3 days.
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temperatures are in the picture. the south wind will strengthen as our weekend continues and we'll have increasing clouds going into our sunday. this will culminate with a chance of showers returning to the forecast monday and lasting through wednesday of next temperature is 54 sunshine and calm winds. the overnight low will drop into the 20s under clear skies. tomorrow's high temperature is 63 with more sun. here's the 7 day forecast where showers are going to make a return
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early next week. jessica rae is in place through the next 3 days. sunshine and warmer temperatures are in the picture. the south wind will strengthen as our weekend continues and we'll have increasing clouds going into our sunday. this will culminate with a chance of showers businesses in rock valley are purchasing manufacturing goods from high school students juniors and seniors enrolled in "rocket" manufacturing at rock valley high are earning school credit while bringing in bucks for the business. abc9 news
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"power tool noises" a group of 20 students filled with juniors and seniors at rock valley high are enrolled in rocket manufacturing...a weilding business, or class, that is structered to prepare the students for life after high school with skills like, "being able to show up to work on time, being responsible, being able to work in a group in a collabertive environment...those sorts of soft skills," said superintendent chad janzen. not all students have the opportunity to experience this one-of-a-kind setup. students have to submit an application, have no behavioral issues, and make the grades in their studies. "it's awesome here! we come to school and look forward to this class. some people may not get the best grades, but get the good grades to be in this class," said schulze. the student-run business has had much success during their first go-round this fall as they are already on project number 27. but like all businesses, nothing would ever be possible without an accountant...a role in which the
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make it as geniunly business like as possible. "i do what other people have told me is a three person job, but i enjoy doing it and i hope it picks up more," said anibal marez. industrial technology teacher todd vandervelde says he would like to see the rock valley grow by the hands of its natives with the help of the class. "there's a lot of industry in the community and we want to prepare these kids for a future where they could possibly stay," said vandervelde. the students are not actually paid for their services as money received goes back to the program for funding, but the tools that they're learning are invaluable. in rock valley, bria bell abc 9 news. jessica rae: money that's gone into helping build the class has come from programs. rock valley's superindent says one day he hopes students will be diploma degree in weilding from northwest college. jessica rae: tips and tricks on how to save health
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insurance... during the open enrollment period. stay tuned for more. " " jessica rae: and.... looking to catch a few z's during the day? well a new study points to a surprising time to lay down and take a nap.
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open enrollment is currently underway at businesses all country... and millions of americans are to save money on health insurance. abc's rebecca get the best policy available. "there's almost no worse feeling? an unexpected bill. money you didn't plan on spending. costs you can't afford. and when it comes to medical bills? it can be overwhelming. sot - lisa gill / consumer reports, prescription drugs editor "about a third of americans were hit with some unexpected bill- basically a surprise medical bill." consider these numbers - out of pocket costs for: a knee replacement range up to 13- thousand dollars.
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a c-section - can be as much as 14- thousand. so how do you avoid these unexpected first of all - do your in-network. consumer reports, editor planned procedure- like a surgery consumer reports stresses that calling is key - health insurance websites are not always up to date. and if not everyone is in your network - call the doctor or ask if they will accept an "in- network" rate - or will. and remember, emergencies happen. when the bill comes - don't just write a check -- go back and negotiate. the second area where many people pay extra? prescriptions. sot - lisa gill / consumer reports, editor dollars that people paid extra out of their pocket you can work at the pharmacy asking if a generic drug is available. second - sometimes without insurance... or "list" price. and third - shop around.
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sot - lisa gill / consumer reports, prescription drugs editor "be sure to check costco. it turns out costco, nationally, generally has the lowest cash prices." rebecca jarvis oncam close: it's easy to feel helpless when you get these big medical bills? but many hospitals have bill advocates - who can help you appeal costs, and even talk to your insurance company for you?saving you frustration and money. rebecca jarvis, abc news, new york. " jessica rae: nap-time it's not just for kids. now, more than ever, adults are wishing they could catch some afternoon zzzs sleep experts say the perfect time to take a nap... is at work! an expert with the national sleep foundation says a power nap can help fight that dip in energy and alertness we often feel in the early to mid- afternoon. but limit your cat-nap to 20 minutes... anything more and you slip into rem sleep which means less energy for the rest of the day jessica rae: scott: jessica and scott are chatting about naps. jessica and scott
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naps. jessica and scott are chatting about naps. jessica and scott are chatting about naps. scott: good morning jessica and scott are chatting about naps. jessica and scott are chatting about naps. jessica and scott are chatting about naps. scott: good morning jessica and scott are chatting about naps. jessica and scott are chatting about naps. jessica and scott are chatting about naps. scott: good morning siouxland. temperatures are in the 20s and 30s on this friday morning. at least the wind is far calmer than the past several days as we can see that coming in between 5 and 15 miles per hour. the satellite and radar imagery is clear as we kick things off today
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with high pressure building into the region. the dayplanner reveals a high temperature in the mid 50s. this friday morning. at least the wind is far calmer than the past several days as we can see that coming in between 5 and 15 miles per hour. the satellite and radar imagery is clear as we kick things off today with high pressure building into the region. the dayplanner reveals a high temperature in the mid 50s. scott: this friday morning. at least the wind is far calmer than the past several days as we can see that coming in between 5 and 15 miles per hour. the satellite and radar imagery is clear as we kick things off today with high pressure 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... i-29 south and on gordon drive. so again... mind that speed. " " jessica rae: still to come... we'll check in
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as they begin to clean up after this week's severe weather throughout the state.
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the much- anticipated bakken pipeline hearing took place in boone yesterday. the proposed bakken pipeline will cut through much of iowa, bringing mixed reviews from landowners and environmentalists . the iowa utlities board heard from dozens of people in favor and against the pipeline. folks only had two minutes each
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and here is what folks had to say. " " the vast majority affected by this support the project and have given voluntary easements to use the land. corporate power. rick perry. terry branstad. big lose. people and planet loses. there are those that argue that jobs will pipeline for other temproary and will provide work until the project is complete. i think it's important to take a wider view. a two year project will yield thousands of jobs. pipeline pipeline just say no. dirty oil has got to go. " we will have full coverage of the meeting... coming up later on in the show. jessica rae: a slushy slew of severe weather hit parts of the midwest including in nebraska and iowa on wednesday... in dubuque iowa, this week's severe weather ripped through parts of the city. literally. blowing half the roof of of eisenhower elementary
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school. "from our pto group we have a number of people who are here helping clean through closets and storage areas that were wet and have damaged things. right now we're just trying to sort everything. " jessica rae: but despite the damages it didn't mean kids got out of class. it was business as usualy for the school aside from the damage repairs. jessica rae: and knoxville was one of the towns in iowa that had massive ammounts of damage from the wind and storms. here is more on what the town faces. "home alone - jennifer mcgrath ran to her basement - when the storm slammed her house around 3 o'clock. jennifer mcgrath < petrifying. your house shakes and you think it's going to come off. you hear glass breaking and things being thrown against your house.> mcgrath's garage was torn to pieces - along with several of her neighbors homes along this street on the east side of knoxville. chief losada < i've been police chief here almost 11 years
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damage from weather that i have seen since i've been here.> roofs ripped off homes .... insulation in trees ... and debris like this shower head in the streets. dorothy whitlatch 91 year old dorothy whitlatch was sitting in this black chair in her living room when it all hit. dorothy whitlatch those same strong winds blew over this semi truck - and tore part of the room off walmart. debbie buttrey < it sounded like more than one freight train put together. i've never heard a sound like that in my whole life.> jennifer back... we'll rejoin the race to the white house... and catch up on a busy day for a number of candidates here in the hawkeye state. the political beat is coming up next.
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scott: " "
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outside from the top of the ho-chunk center in sioux city on the port neal welding company skycam hd and the king's pointe skycam hd in storm lake, iowa. currently, temperatures are in the 20s and 30s on this friday morning. at least the wind is far calmer than the past several days as we can see that coming in between 5 and 15 miles per hour. the satellite and radar imagery is clear as we kick things off today with high pressure building into the region. here's a check of the
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is in place through the next 3 days. sunshine and warmer temperatures are in the picture. the south wind will strengthen as our weekend continues and we'll have increasing clouds going into our sunday. this will culminate with a chance of showers returning to the forecast monday and lasting through wednesday of next week. today's high temperature is 54 with plenty of sunshine and calm winds. the overnight low will drop into the 20s under clear high temperature is 63 with more sun. here's the 7 day forecast where showers are going to make a return early next week. on the port neal welding company skycam hd and the king's pointe skycam hd in storm lake, iowa. currently,
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this friday morning. at least the wind is far calmer than the past several days as we can see that coming in between 5 and 15 miles per hour. the satellite and radar imagery is clear as we kick things off today with high pressure building into the region. here's a check of the stormcast hd where a very quiet pattern is in place through the next 3 days. sunshine and warmer temperatures are in the picture. the south wind will strengthen as our weekend continues and we'll have increasing clouds going into our sunday. this will culminate with a chance of showers returning to the forecast monday and lasting through wednesday of next week. today's high temperature is 54 with plenty of sunshine and calm winds. the overnight low will drop into the 20s under clear
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high temperature is 63 with more sun. here's the 7 day forecast where showers are going to make a return early next week. jessica rae scott: jessica rae: fresh off tuesday's g-o-p debate carly fiorina is back in iowa... and she's being asked to clarify milwaukee on tuesday. fiorina met up with about 100 folks at the onawa library... which was the first of 5 stops in fiorina's husband his wife on the campaign trail. it's the first time western iowa fiorina took several questions during the hour long event... including how she plans to hold accountable if elected. as for as where fiorina said quote "obama care isn't helping anyone." we asked the
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candidate to clarify her comment. "the question is how much better could we do for people. are we really helping people when we throw them into medicade and fewer and fewer doctors are accepgting medacade paymenst. the truth is how much better could we be doing for people and the answer is a lot better, " said carly fiorina. jessica rae: if elected, she says she'll push for a zero based budget. meaning every line-item in the budget would be scrutinized, not just proposed increases. it's something tami chrisman of sgt bluff says makes a lot of sense. "shes a ceo, this is the deal. she's not double speaking and she's right she has to stand up every quarter or she had to stand up and say where she's at or not and i think all of us, you included we've all had to do that. ive never actually seen carly before and this was very enlightning. " jessica rae: to hear more on where fiorina stands on the issues... tune into this week in siouxland... where fiorina will have a one on one interview with tim seaman. you can catch
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that interview on sunday morning at nine. jessica rae: fiorina wasn't the only republican in the hawkeye state yesterday... former pennsylvania senator rand paul made a campaign stop in altoona. he held a meet and greet at the pizza ranch in town. paul made stops in winterset and ames as well. jessica rae: and new jersey governor chris christie continued his campaign in cedar rapids. the gop presidential hopeful has been in iowa since tuesday night's republican debate in milwaukee. and when asked for his best impression of gop rival donald trump christie lightheartedly delivered. "everyone in washington is a loser. i'm a winner i'll win in washington. everyone else is a loser." jessica rae: after his impersonation, christie added the disclaimer he's been friends with trump for 15 years and described him as "a generous guy, and a nice guy." jessica rae: its a hard thing to do... take some of the attention away from donald trump... just ask any presidential opponent. but one woman managed to do just that at an event in illinois. take a look
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"johari osayi idusuyi's reaction to donald trumps' speech in springfield has landed her in the spotlight, but she showed up to the event on monday for a pretty low key reason. (johari osayi idusuyi/caught reading behind trump) " i'm not genuinely person, but as a have the not." friends around five pm when doors opened. she saw the open seats on the stage, but was told it was vip only. a few minutes later, a man offered her the chance to sit behind donald trump. (johari osayi idusuyi/caught reading behind trump) "it wasn't like any type of conniving. we didn't sneak in there. it was just... he asked us, probably for obvious reasons, but we went. we took the opportunity and we sat. and he told us to sit in the middle and we did." after witnessing protesters being thrown out and, what she calls, bullying, johari says she just lost interest in the event. (nats of donald trump) "get out of
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here!" (johari osayi idusuyi/caught reading behind trump) "it was probably a mix of educated down there. everybody of the spectrum cheering for such ignorance. and that's when i was just taken aback, and that's when my energy had shifted." so johari started reading a book she brought with her called "citizen." it's a series of poems about race in america. she says her protest wasn't intentional, but she hopes trump and his supporters pick up the book and learn some empathy. (johari osayi idusuyi/caught reading behind trump) "i came here, yes, to observe, kind of, a man that i already had low expectations for. but i thought like, maybe he could change my mind. maybe it was a media thing. and maybe i'm judging to fast based on what the media says. and i was wrong. i wasn't. i mean, he was exactly what i expected him to be and his supporters were his biggest union endorsement in the presidential race. the american postal workers union announced they were endorsing sanders.
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pushing to let post offices offer banking services... which supporters say would help poor and rural americans. the union's president said sander's push was important. this comes at a time when sanders and hillary clinton are trying to win over organized labor. jessica rae: and the vermont senator will be holding a couple events in iowa this sunday. inlcuding a stop in des moines as well as one in indianola for a town meeting at simpson college. that event starts at 6'oclock on sunday. jessica rae: a friend of hillary clinton says the presidential candidate's attempt to join the military was not as it seemed. ann henry... who met clinton in 19-74... claims the former secretary of state visited a marine recruiting office in 19-75 possibly to explore if women applicants were being treated fairly at the time rather than an attempt to sign up for military service. the clinton campaign shot down henry's claim saying clinton's effort to join the marines was sincere. jessica rae: women's empowering lifeline is holding a special fundraiser in norfolk this
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sunday... and a beef nutritionist will be speaking on the nations food supply paul hughes has the details. "a norfolk non- profit invites you to its fundraiser saturday. women's empowering lifeline serves women in long-term dual diagnosis treatment, meaning the who struggle with both addiction and severe mental-health issues. a soup and sandwich meal is set for saturday from 11 to 2 at the masonic center on norfolk avenue. many cattle producers are already working on pasture leases for next year, and a local extension educator is getting calls about lease terms. unl extension educator for madison county, allan vyhnalek says he expects pasture rent to remain steady to a little higher, largely because of the strong demand and tight supply. a beef nutritionist with zoetis (zoe- ett-us) will be in norfolk next week, talking about the nation's food supply. dr. gary sides will be part of next friday's agceptional
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women's conference, and also conduct a forum thursday night on "revealing today's concerns on what we eat." the forum will begin at 7 p.m. thursday night in the cox activities center theatre on the northeast community college campus. the public is invited and there's no charge to attend. those and more stories can be heard on news talk wjag, lite rock 97.5 and 106 kix. jessica rae: defense secretary ashton carter has fired his senior military aide, lieutenant general ron lewis. lewis' termination came after carter says he "learned about allegations of misconduct." details were not immediately available. as carter's top military aide, lewis controlled the secretary's military schedule and the flow of people and issues into carter's office. jessica rae: what affect does digital media have on the presidental election? that was one of the topics tackled at the first ever "yahoo conference on technology and politics" at drake university. high profile elected officials, campaign strategists, tech industry leader, and journalists took part in the panel. they discussed how technology is shaping the democratic process and the relationship between citizens
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" a head of a major labor union can send out a tweet during a debate, miley cyrus can send out a tweet, right you have no idea. but, anyone in democracy now, can be actively engaged and all use the same hashtag and be seen." jessica rae: out of all the politicians out there... they say iowa's senator chuck grassley is the best when it comes to twitter. jessica rae: coming up in sports... three siouxland teams were in action at the uni- dome yesterday. we'll head to cedar falls for semi-final action up ahead. scott: stay tuned for
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bluff-luton and a win yesterday would put them in the state championship for the first time ever. abc9 sports reporter alex walker has the action from cedar falls. alex walker--"sb-l taking on another dome newcomer, norwalk in the 3a semifinals. opening quarter the
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warriors strike first, these teams are both called the warriors by the way. brady bransfield in from short distance, norwalk up 7-0. first drive for sbl, matt george rips a man's run down the sideline, 1000+ yards for george in the playoffs, picking up where he left off. the drive would stall though and on the next norwalk drive, the warriors pull some misdirection. kolby klock takes it in off the reverse, the purple and gold up 14-0. they would score again to make it 21-0 but here comes sb-l right before the half. jacob shultz to chris kroll. 32 yard strike, warriors down 14 at the break. but it wouldn't get any better in the second half. bransfield to tyler schamel, 28-7 norwalk cruising in the third quarter. then later in the half sbl gets some redemption on defense. brayden curry swarms and breaks the ball loose, warriors recover, but it just wasn't their day. sbl falls in the state semis 35-7. matt george--"teammates. my coach. came here 3 years ago didn't have a very good football program and he became our turned the program every day under his been great just playing with these alex again to sbl on a great season. earlier in the day, third ranked mmc back in the 8-man
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semis against glidden-ralston. already 14-all after the first, ben specht finds a wide open jacob spieler, eagles up 20-14 at halftime. mmc would put the game on ice up 28-21, derek erdman, reservations for 6. eagles advance to the championship, 35-21 the final. kyle oswald--"a year ago morrow we were in this same position. we let that second half get away from us and i give credit to these kids, give credit to god for giving us this opportunity." alex walker--"in the other 8 man semifinal defending state champ newell fonda battling perennial power don bosco. first quarter the dons driving but cole wise sticks up his paw to deflect it and makes the interception. he is off to the race. 64 yards on the pick six mustangs up 7-0. second half now don bosco with an offensive explosion, up 18-7 braden bagby up deep to caleb rigben and he is gone. the dons score 30 unanswered as they end newell-fonda's 23 game win streak, 30-7 the final. jessica rae: scott: it's time now to check on your forecast... scott: good morning siouxland.
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offensive explosion, up 18-7 braden bagby up deep to caleb rigben and he is gone. the dons score 30 unanswered as they end newell-fonda's 23 game win streak, 30-7 the final. jessica rae: scott: it's time now to check on your forecast... scott: good morning siouxland. temperatures are in the 20s and 30s on this friday morning. at least the wind is far calmer than the past several days as we can see that coming in between 5 and 15 miles per hour. the satellite and radar imagery is clear as we kick things off today with high pressure building into the region. the dayplanner reveals a high temperature in the mid 50s. this friday morning. ateast the wind is far calmer than the past several days as we can see that
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coming in between 5 and 15 miles per hour. the satellite and radar imagery is clear as we kick things off today with high pressubuilding into the region. the dayplanner reveals a high temperature in the mid 50s. stock market back in the red for the year. reena ninan and kendis gibson have the details hey, there. good morning. topping "amica's money" -- a down day for the dow. the markets dragged down over worries about interest rates. >> the dow lost 250 points. the nasdaq, 62. stock futuresixed overnight. your next buick suv mare be made in china.
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here on abc9 news this morning we will be 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- com..... please be sure to child's first and along with a guide on how to pronounce their and their date of birth .... and we will air right here
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during our morning show every monday. jessica rae: hundreds of northwest arkansas elementary students are taking part of a global effort to break a world record. several schools participated in the world's largest sport stacking event. the kids joined an estimated 610- thousand stackers from all over the world. students from 40-thousand schools and youth organizations united to cup stack various pyramids in prescribed patterns at lightning speed. " its really good with kids who are struggling with reading because there is a certain series that you go along with with cup stacking and they have to follow that series and it exercises their brain is what i tell them jessica rae: sport stacking with speed stacks is in more than 40- thousand schools and youth organizations worldwide. and a school in kansas also participated in this world record attempt. reporter brad douglas has more. " students at st. mary's in joplin are participating in a worldwide cup stacking event. the students all had to stack the cups for 30 minutes. the goal
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is have 610,000 students do it to beat the record. st. mary's added 153 students to that total. teachers say the kids learn about team work and reaching a goal while doing the competition. " when they go home and their parents ask them what they did today, they can say, 'well, i did help break a world record,'" said margie black, st. mary's p.e. teacher. "could help you later in life. like once you get older, you could earn more money from breaking more records," said case richards, st. mary's student. the competition will end at midnight and the kids will learn soon if they did indeed help break the world's record. " students at st. mary's in joplin are participating in a worldwide cup stacking event. the students all had to stack the cups for 30 minutes. the goal is have 610,000 students do it to
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mary's added 153 students to that total. teachers say the kids learn about team work and reaching a goal while doing the competition. "when they go home and their parents ask them what they did today, they can say, 'well, i did help break a world record,'" said margie black, st. mary's p.e. teacher. "could help you later in life. like once you get older, u could earn more money from breaking more records," said case richards, st. mary's student. the competition will end at midnight and the kids will learn soon if they did indeed help break the world's record. jessica rae: there is still no worldwide cup stacking event. the students all had to stack the cups for 30 minutes. the goal is have 610,000 students do it to beat the record. st.
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total. teachers say the kids learn about team work and reaching a goal world record. jessica rae scott: jessica and scott are chatting about the speed stacking record attempt. jessica and scott are chatting about the speed stacking record attempt. jessica and scott are chatting about the speed stacking record attempt. scott: a very quiet pattern js in place through the next 3 days. sunshine and warmer temperatures are in the picture. the south wind will strengthen as our weekend continues and we'll have increasing clouds going into our sunday. this will culminate with a chance of showers returning to the
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forecast monday and lasting through wednesday of next week. today's high temperature is 54 with plenty of sunshine and calm winds. the overnight low will drop into the 20s under clear skies. tomorrow's high temperature is 63 with more sun. here's the 7 day forecast where showers are going to make a return early next week. temperatures are in the picture. the south wind will strengthen as our weekend continues and we'll have increasing clouds going into our sunday. this will culminate with a chance of showers returning to the forecast monday and lasting through week. today's high with plenty of winds. the overnight the 20s under clear skies. tomorrow's high temperature is 63 with more sun. here's the 7 day forecast where showers are going to make a return early next week. jessica rae scott: adlib
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jessica rae: temperatures are in the picture. the south wind will strengthen as our weekend continues and we'll have increasing clouds going into our sunday. this will culminate with a chance of showers returning to the forecast monday and lasting through wednesday of next week. today's high temperature is 54 with plenty of sunshine and calm winds. the overnight low will drop into the 20s under clear " coming up in our six o'clock hour... i'll take you to yesterday's hearing on the dakota access pipeline... where hundreds of people came to boone to give testimony for and against the pipeline. full coverage is up ahead.
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the 20s and 30s on this friday morning. at least the wind is far calmer than the past several days as we can see that coming in between 5 and 15 miles per hour. the satellite and radar imagery is clear as we kick thingsff today with high pressure building into the region. the dayplanner reveals a high temperature in the mid 50s. at least the wind is far calmer than the past several days as we can see that coming in between 5 and 15 miles per hour. the satellite and radar imagery is clear as we kick things off today with high pressure building into the region. the dayplanner reveals a high temperature
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