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attacks has intensified. police have surrounded an apartment ildi not far from where the deadly attacks started looking for the wanted master mind behind the paris attacks abc's kenneth moton has the latest. "overnight, more gunfire paris...french police on the ground in a paris suburb...residents told to stay inside. we just want to be safe" investigators confirmed the fluid scene is related to the deadly isis terror a aacks in the citytynd the suspected mastermind abdelhamid abaaoud. it was believed he had made his way back into syria but now police are working to confirm whether he's hiding out in an apartment not far from the stadium where friday night's attack began. there have been more than 100 raids throughout the city and as police hunt for another armed and dangerous suspect salah abdeslam. the us, france and russia have teamed up striking isis targets in syria. russian president vladimir putin vowed revevee after it was nfirmed isis used a bombmbo down this russian passenger
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here at home overnight, two air france flights bound for paris...one from la, the other from dc...were diverted after anonymous bomb threats were called in. passengers were evacuated and the planes were swept but police found nothing. the us is on high alert but europe is on edge....major sporting events cancelled over heightened fears. in germany, a hanover stadium was evacuated before kick off because o oa mb threat. but t england, prince william lead a show of solidarity match against france...80 thousand englishmin sang france's national french investigators say 5 people were paris suburb, 3 from an apartment but we do not know their role, if any they're in the terrorist attacks. before police moved in, they say a female suicide bomber set off her belt...she died on the scene. kenneth moton, abc news washington. jessica rae: states, parerehood has spend at l lst
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20-million-dollars fighting republicans at the ballot box next year. this comes after g-o-p efforts to end federal funding to the organization. planned parenthood president cecile richards says the group will focus on white house and senate races in a few key states. the 20-million will be spent on advertising and organizing workers in so-called senate "swing" states. jessica rae: three people are in the hospital after an explosion at a business in sac counun... it allllappened at proliant, a processing plant, which isisn main street..in lytton ( three people were welding in a storage tank wh it exploded two of those people were taken to the hospital in sac city... and then moved to an omaha hospital. the third person is being treated at the hospital in lake city. an investigation is under way no names have yet been released. jessica rae: rescue crews responded to an apartment fire in south sioux yesterday afternoon. officials headed to west 27th street after a grease fire broke out in one of the unit's kitchens. home put water
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on the fire, which only made it worse. thankfully... no one was but the man escaped with just minor burns. was cooking with to throw water on it which is not goo cause it just turns at that point." says ssc fire chief toby english, jessica rae: the apartment unit suffered minor smoke damage. jessica rae: in the past week, cross has house fires of iowa. approaches... the red crososis reminding families totoe cautious whenensing space heaters and other heating sources. they say to keep space between heaters and your pets, your children or anything that can burn easily also... never leave a fire in the fireplace un-attended... never usa cooking range or oven to heat your home... and have your fireplace or chimney inspected annually jessica rae: it's been 57 years since ground broke on the highway 20 expansion project. and after years of setbacks, we finally know when it t ll be completete
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"i'm just really proud to put this lala piece on the p pzle. clapping that piece? will be put in place by the end of 20-18! the iowa d-o-t has announced the 40 mile stretch from moville to early... will be completed in three short years... governor branstad says he is excited to finally see an end date for the project. "it's going to help with economic development in sioux city, fort dodge, and all of northwest iowa so it's been a longtime coming and i'i'really proud that it's going to becompleted while i'm governor in 2018," said b bnstad jessica rae: members of the iowa d-o-t...and u-s highway association were on hand for the event... as well as lieutenat governor..kim reynolds. senators rick bertrand..and bill andersen... were honored with awards for their role in helping to pass a 10 cent gas increase... that officials say was vital to the completion of the project. "we have worked for the last five years to try to find a way to see this road completed and highway 20 now, on the fast trara, on
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the road to completion in 2018 i think thatat tremendous, it's exciting"saibill anderson, jessica rae: 286 million dollars have been allocated to complete the remaining 40 miles of the project. and again... that's all expected to be finished by the end of 20-18. jessica rae: thousands of people across iowa will soon need to renew their carry and conceal permits. over 2000 people obtained permits in 20-11 after a law went into effect that made it easier to get carry permits. they were valid for five years andare now up for rerewal. sheriff's s departments have voiced concern over how to handle the surge of people wanting updated permits but there is also a safety concern. "iowa doesn't make you shoot for your permit when you first get it and i really think you should. i think in a way it's more dangerous to have your permit and just think you can pick up a firearm and use it. jessica rae: smith says it might cost a few extra bucks to take a class but its important to learn to shoot before you get
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your permit, we'll have moror on this story... later on in the show. " jessica rae: coming up.... the governor says "no" to syrian refugees in iowa. but the issue is polarizing people after recent events in paris. so how much control over refugee resettlement does the state have? well look into the problem... up ahead. scott: we'll have... "you're watching abc9 news this morning... wiwi ... jessica rara.. and meteorologist scott larson.. this is abc9 news this morning. "
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potential for showers and mixed precipitation primarily happening this morning with
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upper 40s. tonight, we'll clear out the skies. we'll have sunshine on our thursday, but a strong wind takes over from the west and northwest gusting near 45 miles per hour. snow is likely to come through on friday in a quick-hitting wave dropping 1 to 3 inches and sinking temperatures as we get into the weekend. today's high is 47 with mostly cloudy skies and a light rain/mix. tonight's low is 27 as we clear out. tomorr we'll make it up to 45 with sunshine and a very strong wind. here's the 7 day forecastwhere temperatureses will sink moving into the weekend before some more seasonal 40s next week. jessica rae scott: showers and mixed precipitation primarily happening this morning with cool temperatures as highs get into the upper 40s. tonight,
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we'll clear out the skies. we'll have sunshine on our thursday, but a strong wind takes over from the wewe and northwest gusting near 45 milele per hour. snow is likely to come through on friday in a quick-hitting wave dropping 1 to 3 inches and sinking temperatures as we get into the weekend. today's high is 47 with mostly cloudy skies and a light rain/mix. tonight's low is 27 as we clear out. tomorrow we'll make it up to 45 with sunshine and a very strong wind. here's the 7 day forecast where temperatates will sink moving into the weekend before some more seasonal 40s next week. jessica rae scott: jessica rae: iowa is one of showers and mixed precipitation
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this morning with cool temperatures as highs get into the upper 40s. tonight, we'll clear out the skies. we'll have sunshine on our thursday, but a strong wind takes overerrom the west anannorthwest gusting near 45 miles per hour. snow is likely to come through on friday in a quick-hitting wave dropping 1 to 3 iowa is one of several states currently not allowing refugees from syria to re-locate here. that's after concerns one of the paris attackers snuck in as a refugee. but debate over the issue has state and local agencies in ioio planning for t t ture. sioux city's mary j. treglia community house offers assistance to newly arriving immigrants or refugees from other countries. and they don't agree with closing our state to those in crisis in syria. wesley bell, mary j. treglia house says, "it's counter productive to what we are trying to do to our counity. we are trying to help
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immigrants esepcially refugee immigrants get away from violent war torn areas like syria to become better people. people are coming from syria to better themselves to get out of a violent area and nescassarily to bring harm to us." jessica rae: bell stated they are well equipped to handle refugees, s hould they be allowed in iowa. jessica rae: there's also an office in des moines called the iowa international center... it's a place that welcomes refugees from around the world to iowa. they're more than willing to welcome syrian refugees... and aren't happy with governor branstad's efforts to try and keep them out of the state. amanda krenz has more. " a glance down the hallway of iowa's international center is like a taste of the unitededations. refugege fleeing from wararavaged parts of the world are welcome e re. judy its not only welcoming refugees and doing the right thing, it's welcoming wonderful members of iowa's community. dr. judy conlin is the director of iowa's international center that helps refugees with language classes, housing, and transportation. she says iowa used to have abundant resources to help refugees, thanks to
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this man, governor robert ray. here he is being honored at an award ceremony a couple years ago. between 1975 and 1982 he helped 8-thousand refugees escape southeast asia during the vietnam war. som baccam (from old news c cp) - it just b bngs tears to my heart everytime i think abouhim, what he did for us as refugees back in 1975. 40 years later, the resources to help refugees have depleted. governor branstad says he will not hold up the welcome sign for any refugees from syria and ordered all state agencies to to halt any work on syrian refugee resettlements immediately. branstad i don't want people coming here without very careful vetting to make sure there's no liklihood they could be radicalized or part of an isis operation. judy but t tslam the door, it's an over reatctctn. i think it's irrational, i think it lacks a humanitarian perspective. and because the governor and the states don't have the auority to stop the u.s. state department from accepting refugees in the country, the people in this office hope to continue to
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help all refugees, no matter where they're from, make a safe home in iowa. judy we need to keep that welcoming sign out for iowa." and later on in the show... we'll meet an iowan woman who spent 19 years of her life in a refugee camp in thailand. she'll share her story and why helping those in need is still important. " jessica rae: still to come... what would you do if your fiance left you one week before the bid day?find out what one bride did, that made her go viral!
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jessicfrequent flyer miles. starting next year, points will be based on ticket prices instead of miles traveled. this means flyers
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who rely on discounted fares or travel longer distances may not rack up rewards as quickly as they once did. the company will also be lowering the number of reward-miles required to redeem free fligigs. american is s e most heavily-used airline in the u-s-s jessica rae: just days before her wedding... a tampa woman's fianc called it all off. for most brides- to-be... it would be devastating. but this bride found a colorful way to cope. " after a two-year engagement kilee manulak planned to put on this dress and walk down the isle until: ( kilee manulak, destroyed wedding dress) "i got a text message saying he didn't want to marry me. i just kinda went numb and my maid of honor, my mom, and all my friends just helped me call ople, and let them know the weddingwas s er. i was just devastated." ter a few unbearably sad days manulak decided to do something drastic. she and her bridesmaids destroyed their dresses during the color fun fest in tampa over the weekend. (kilee manulak, destroyed wedding dress) "it was actually very liberating. i don't want a pity party. i just want to have fun with it." she even went on
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stage. had the wedding happened, she would've never done this. (kilee manulak, destroyed wedding dress) "i wantnt to keep my dress, i wanted to maybe alter it, or do something new to it. but i definitely didn't want to destroy it." she's glad she did. she nts others to see her story and gain strength of their own. as for her former fianc? (kilee manulak, destroyed wedding dress) "i definitely want to tell him thank you for sparing me anything heartaches down the road, and thank you for letting me go so i can find true happiness, you know." the support she's getting from friends and d mily is keeping her happy for now. jessica rae: scott: jessica and scott are chatting about this bride's antics. jessica and scott are chatting about this bride's antics. jessica and scott are chatting about this bride's antics. jessica and scott are chatting about this bride's antics. scott:good morning
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siouxland. we've had a few wet days in the jessica and scott are chatting about this bride's antics. jessica and scotot are chatting a aut this bride's antics. ssica and scott are chatting aboutthis bride's antics. scott:good morning siouxland. we've had a few wet days in the area and the hd radar currently shows some light showers continuing in the area this morning. temperatures are cool in the 30s and 40s and a wind is blowing in at a decent clip from the west noror west making it feel like it's in the e ens and 20s. m me sure to bundle up! passing through the dayplanner, we've got some showers and potential mix to deal with as we top out in the upper 40s. scott: here's a quick shows some light
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morning. temperatures are cool in the 30s and 40s and a wind is blowing in at a decent clip from the west north w wt king it feel like it's in the teens and 20s. make sure to bundle up! passing through the dayplanner, we've got some showers and potential mix to deal with as we top out in the upper 40s. 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... w. 4th street and on n riverside blvd. so again... mind that speed. " jessica rae: still to come... you'll hear the emotional testimony from a woman who faced her husband's killer. stay tuned for
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dustin soup-ee. soupee is accused of driving over another man while under the influence of synthetic marijuana. liz ford wife of victim "you left us there, my husband lifeless and me in terror. you made others watch, one being a young girl." 29 year old dustinin (soup-ee) suppi plead guguty to vehicmlar manslaughterd& in connection with the death of 52 year old troy ford. he received a 25 years prison sentence. suppi was also ordered to pay back 150 thousand dollars to the estate of his victim. but not before the wife of the
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victim was able to read a letter she wrote directly to soup-ee a-b-c-9 news reporter deborahah souverain tells s her storor dederah souverain oy and liz ford pulled over to help suppi when they noticed he was slumped over the wheel of his running truck. they could tell he was under the influence of durgs and wanted to get him help. what happened next has left liz alone with her thoughts, until today. liz ford wife of victim "i can't even say your name right now, because i can't bring myself to do it." liz ford faced the man who killed her husband for the first time sinin august eighth.h. that day she and husband, troy, stopped to see why a stranger, who turned out to be dustin suppi, was slumped over the wheel of his running vehicle. dustin turned out to be high on k-2 and speed off, despite the couple's pleas... running troy over. liz ford
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choice. you chose to start the truck and as i was calling for help you looked straight a ame and at him m he told you to turn off the tru. and you gunned the truck full force." dustin suppi sentenced for vehicular manslaughter "what happened that day has forever changed my life and i just want to say i'm sorry." "i have an addiction problem, and a man has lost his life because of it." suppi told the crowd he regrets the choices he made thatatay... and knows his family, including a one-yeararld son, will also pay for his actions. dustin suppi sentenced for manslaughter "i just hope that someday that i could have the foregivness for what i have done. liz ford wife of victim "i do not have it in my heart to forgive you for your choices, but you wil have plenty of time to think about them. and you need to remember my face, because i will be at every parole hearing that you alleged rape at the home of husker quarterback
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tommy armstrong jr. a 20 year old woman claims the sexual assult happened sunday y morning.g. she says she doeoe know the s spect, who officals have not identififi. as of thismorning, no arrests have been made in the case. the nebraska athletics department is aware of the allegation and is cooperating with law enforcement. " jessica rae: coming up.... i'll take you on the political beat... where you'll hear from louisiana governor bobby jindal... who is the latest name to drop out of the presidential race. hear why h decided to leave the race... next. scott: " "
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check of conditions outside on the port neal welding company skycam hd and the king's pointe skycam hd in storm lake. we've had a few wet days in the area
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and the hd radar currently shows some light showers continuing in the area this morning. temperatures are cool in the 30s and 40s and a windnds blowing in at a decent clip from the west north west making it feel like it's in the teens and 20 make sure to bundle up! the stormcast hd displays the potential for showers and mixed precipitation primarily happening this morning with cool temperatures as highs get into the uppepe40s. tonight, we'll clear out th skies. we'll have sunshine on our thuray, but a strong wind kes over from the west and northwest gusting near 45 miles per hour. snow is likely to come through on friday in a quick-hitting wave
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inchesesnd sinking temperatures as we get into the weekend. today's high is 47 with mostly cloudy skies and a light rain/mix. tonight's low is 27 as we clear out. tomorrow we'll make it up to 45 with sunshine and a very strong wind. here's the 7 day forecast whwhe temperatures will sink moving into the weekend before some more seasonal 40s next week. company skycam hd and the king's pointe skycam hd in storm lake. we've had a few wet days in the area and the hd radar currently shows some light showers
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continuing in the area this morning. temperatures are cool in the 30s and 40s and a wind is blowing in at a decent clip from the west north west making it feel like it's in the teens and 20s. make sure to bundle up! the stormcast hd displays the showers and mixed primarily happeninin this morning with cool temperatures upper 40s. tonight, skies. we'll have thursday, but a strong wind takes over from the west
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and northwest gusting near 45 miles per hour. snow is likely to coco through on friday in a quick-hitting wave dropping 1 to 3 inches and sinking temperatures as we get into the weekend. today's high is 47 with mostly cloudy skies and a light rain/mix. tonight's low is 27 as we clear out. tomorrow we'll make it up to 45 with sunshine and a very strong wind. here's the 7 day forecast where temperatures will sink moving into the weekend before some more seasonal 40s next week. jessica rae scott: jessica rae: campaign officials working for republican presidential candidate ben carson are pushing back against a recent new york times report. jessica rae: the article claims carson is struggling to understand world affairs ...
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advisors areconcerned about t the predicament. carson's aides sayay the man quoted i i the new york times article isn't in a position to know whether advisors are frustrated. they also point out the candidate has at least a dozen people prepping him on foreign policy. jessica rae: another republican has stepped out of the 20-16 white house race. lousiana governor bobby jindal has offically withdrawn from the race for president. he made the announcement on his facebook page... thanking everyone who has been a part of his campaign. jindalalntered the race in n ne. since e en, he has been dogged by low polling numbers. he stated he "realizes our country is off on the wrong track right now." " gov. bobby jindal/(r) louisiana) look i'm honored to have the opportunity to run for president of the united states. my parents came here 45 years ago in search of freedom and opportunity never in a million years did they think i'd be governor much less run for president this wasn't our time jessica rae: jindal says he will support who ever is chosen as the republican nominee... unless it's one
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name in particular. "it's s t going to be ump i've made my views clear about donald tru but i am going to be supporting the republican nominee we can't' have hillary clinton in office we can't' go down the path towards socialism or weak foreign policy but i've made my views clear on him but i think it's going to be someone else. jessica rae: jindal joins, scott walker, and rick perry who also withdrew from the race. fellow g-o-p contender jeb bush has commented on jindal dropping out of the race... saying he wishes him well. "(jeb bush/(r) presidential candidate) i'm surprised. look he's a great guy. great policy guy. really effective governor of louisiana. i wish him wewe. he'll, he's got a role to play going forward for sure. he's a young guy and he's got role to play." jessica rae: and speaking of jeb... he took his campaign to south carolina yesterday... speaking on the growing strength of the terror group isis... and the syrian refugee crisis. "(jeb bush/(r) presidential candidate) for those that think that what's going on in syria is not a threat to the united states, trust me, the minute
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there is an attack on our homeland by a ll that wants to stroy us or wants to hate us or wantnt to attack western civilization because we've not engaged to take out isis, every day they exist they gain fluence and power and energy. jessica rae: in the latest quinnipiac polls... bush is in fifth place... with four percent support. jessica rae: governors across the country are sharing eir concerns about syrian refugees with the obamaadministration... . in the wake of st week's rror attacks in paris. a growing number of white house officials are saying they will not welcome refugees into their states because of terror concerns. the department of homeland security and the state department fielded questions from the state executives... and reassured them the federal government was doing the most thorough vetting possible of syrian refugees. jessica rae: president barack obama mocked many republicans, for what he said was a fear of "widows and orphans." the comment comes as at least 30 u-s governors...
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have said they will not allolosyrian refugeesesn their states. "they've been playing on fear in order to score political points or to advance their campaigns and it's irresponsible and it's contrary to who we are and it needs to stop because the world is watching. jessica rae: the president also slams the notion the u-s should focus on accepting christian refugees... . and the idea of givingnghe refugees arelilious test. "when candates say 'we wouldn't admit 3-year-old orphans,' that's political posturing. when individuals say that we should have a religious test, and that only christians, proven christians, should be admitted, that's offensive and contrary to american values." jessica rae: the president was speaking in manila ahead of a summit focud on trade and climate issues. but like his previous stop in turkey for the g- 20... his visit to asia has largely been overshadowed by the fallout over the terror attacks in paris.
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jessica rae:e: a big win for hillary clintoto.. the service employees international union met tuesday in washington, where they voted to extend their endorsement to the democratic presidential candidate. the executive body represents the almost 2 million workers. clinton is hoping those member numbers translate into votes come november. the endorsement seals clinton's lock on organized labor over her top 20-16 democratic opponent bernie sanders jessica rae: nebrbrka tax- payers will be saving millions thanks to general obligation bonds. paul hughes has morere "early repayment of general obligation bonds will save its taxpayers more than three millio dollars. the city's senior accountant, sheila rios told members of the norfolk city council that more money from occupation taxes has been collected than originally estimated, so the bonds will be paid off seven years earlier than previously projected. the norfolk planning commission has given its blessing for oct pipe's redevelopment plan for the southwest corner of victory road and eisenhower avenue. the e ckwall, texas
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firm announced last month thth it was building a one- million square foot plant that would employ apprlximately 180 people in norfolk. the company serves the oil and natural gas industries. officials from the nebraska tourism commission are taking applications now for companies to be stops for the 2016 version of the state's passport program. travelers receive their passport booklets, and participating businesses provide stamps when those tourists visit their sites. the programbegins may 1st and lasts through labor day weekend. those and more storors can be heard on newewtalk wjag, liteteock 97.5 and 106 kix. " jessica rae: iowa governer terry branstad gave his backing to an ongoing court battle against the e-p-a and the u-s army core of engineers for their recent waters of the u-s or "wotus" rule. gov. branstad now joins 13 other state leaders, including nebraska and south dakota, in the fight against the wotus rule. the lawsuit fights what branstad is calling "federal overreach" when it comes to controlling and improving the quality y bodies
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of water. the iowa governor sayay the wotus ruru in place quotot "imposos significant barriers and impairs iowa's ability to advance innovative water quality practices" jessica rae: coming up in sports... m-m-c has one more game in the season... we'll hear from the eagles on what it would mean to win a state championship after the break. scott: stay tuned for today's forecast... jessica rae: a a lifornia
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donald sterling's effort to regain ownership of the los angeles clippers. sterling w wted the court to undo the two-billion dollar sale of the n-b-a franchise to microsoft c-e-o steve ballmer. his lawyerer argued sterling's estranged wife did have the authority to sell the team last year. but the judges ruled there was no proof any legal errors were made in the sale. sterling's wife removed him from the family trust that ran the clippers after two doctors ruled he was mentally incapacitated. jessica rae: daily fantasy sports site fan- duel has stopped
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taking bets from new york state residents. it comes after new york's attorney generer filed a lawsuit t ban fanduel anan rival site draft- kings from the state. the suit argues daily fantasy sports sites are illegal under new york gambling laws. fan-duel estimates that 10 percent of its players are from new york. open to new york after a hearing attorney general next week. four siouxland teams will head to cedar falls thursday and friday in search of state football championships. here's chris with a look at m-m-c and akron-westfield. chris palmquist--"good morning everybody.y. later this week k ur area high schools wiwi have an opportunity to win a state championship. mmc will be the first to take the turf at the uni-dome, and the eagles arguably have more to play for than any other finalist. win or lose, this will be the final game in mmc history. the school will consolidate with remsen union next season and will move up to 11 man football. it's something that coach kyle oswald's team has known all
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season and now that they're one win away from going out on top, they're leaving it all on the line. sasahueser--"that would be incredible. for our last year just to go out as state champions, that's something we've dreamed of ever since--you know because our senior class were freshmen in 2012 and that's something we've been working for four years." kyle oswald--"the final chapter's going to be written in this book. we've just gotta find out how we want to write it. we're definitely excited about the future of going together, but at the same time we want to make this a storybook ending and that comes with a lot of hard work. so we can't take any time off and say well, 'we beat em in 2012, wewee gonna beat t tm again.' they're here for a reason too." chris palmquist--"kick off between the eagles and don bosco, a rematch of the 2012 championship, is at 10 am on thursday. akron-westfield will also be in action thursday at the unidome. the westerners will be considered underdogs in their game against gladbrook reinbeck, but they're a
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confident bunch. unranked a-dub has already knocked off the numbers 3, 4, and 9 teams in the state in the last three rounds and thursday they'll lookoko keep that rurualive against number sevev g-r. eric walkingstick--"very quality team. both them and denver, you know, very quality teams. they wouldn't be heref they weren't. we do have our work cut out for us but we're willing to take that chance and come back next week and do it all again." cal eskra--"i'm pretty sure nobody had us picked for it. it's a forecast... scott: good morning siouxland. we've had a few wet days in the area and the hd radar currently shows some lightht showers continuing in the area thisis momoing. temperaturur are cool in the 30s and 40s and a wind is blowing in at a decent clip from the west north west making it feel like it's in the teens and 20s. make sure to bundle up! passing through the dayplanner, we've got some showers and potential mix to deal with as we top out in the upper 40s.
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rae thanks scott... radar currently shows some light showers continuing in the area this morning. temperatures are cool in the 30s and 40s and a wind is blowing in at t decent clip from the west north west making it feel like e it's in the teens and 20s. make sure to bundle up! passing through the dayplanner, we've got some showers and potential mix to deal with as we top out in the upper 40s. rae thanks scott... a major america radar currently shows some light showers continuing in the area this morning. temperatures are cool in the 30s and 40s and a wind is blowing in at a decent clip from thewest north weses making it feelelike it's i ithe teens and s. make sure to passengers from checking their four legged friends. kendis gibson and reea ninan tell us why.
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money.y." honduras, received honors at the white house first lady michelle obama hosted the 20-15 national arts and humanities youth program awards. the annual ceremony recognizes after-school programs that use the arts and humanities to engage youth to become better citizens and students. each u-s based program received 10-thousand- dollars and an award. "we know that these programs don't just expose kids to the arts and humanities, they teach skills like problem solving and discipline and team work and these skills aren't just important in the photo lab or on stage, they're also critical in the classroom, they will be critical in the boardroom and frankly they're schools that you'll use when you wind up here one day at the white house jessica rae: the awards are presented each year in
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partnership with the national endowment for the arts, the national endowment for the humanities and the institute of museum and library services. jessica rae: a richmond, virginia woman now has her very first marathon under her belt. she was determined to finish the course and finish she did ... even though it was an hour after the race had officially ended. here is her inspirational story. " (nats) (nikkia young/finished first marathon) "it's not even about who won, at the end of the day. it's about did you give it your all." nikkia young conquered a feat... few try... and few accomplish.... ( nikkia young/finished first marathon) "i learned a lot about myself. i didn't let myself down. i didn't let my friends down." she ran... she walked.... she struggled..... but she finished her first marathon.... that triumphant moment.... caught on camera.... more than eight hours... after it began..... and more than an hour.... after the official course.... was closed.... (nikkia young/finished first marathon) "it's really the end of something great. it's a huge accomplishment. a lot of people don't realize how hard it is until you do it." nikkia young moved to richmond in 2013... and made the decision to get healthier.... by running.... (nikkia
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young/finished first marathon) "so what i did, i was like 'i'm going to do the 10k training team!'" she finished the 10k and then a half marathon... then this past may... began training for 26 point two miles.... (nikkia young/finished first marathon) "it's one of those things you know you want to do it at least once." with a lot of training... and encouragement.... saturday came... with much anticipation.... (nikkia young/finished first marathon) "there's a lot of what-ifs, but at the end of the day you kinda have to just decide am i going to keep going when it gets horrible." and horrible came... (nikkia young/finished first marathon) "right around 16 was where it had gotten really mental." by 20 miles... nikkia was still going... but time was fleeting.... (nikkia young/finished first marathon) "i had worked too hard to get there. and there were a lot of people rooting for me." the marathon course... closed at 7 hours.... nikkia walking.... and not ready to give up.... (nikkia young/finished first marathon) "so i'm coming down the hill and there's -- i mean, a solid 20 people, that i had trained with, that i had known from running and even outside of running." ...and finish she did.... (nikkia young/finished first marathon) "i couldn't let them down but i also knew i couldn't let myself down." jessica rae scott: jessica and scott are chatting about
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this marathoner. jessica and scott are chatting about this marathoner. jessica and scott are chatting about this marathoner. scott:the potential for showers and mixed precipitation jessica and scott are chatting about this marathoner. jessica and scott are chatting about this marathoner. scott:the potential for showers and mixed precipitation primarily happening this morning with cool temperatures as highs get into the upper 40s. tonight, we'll clear out the skies. we'll have sunshine on our thursday, but a strong wind takes over from the west and northwest gusting near 45 miles per hour. snow is
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likely to come through on friday in a quick-hitting wave dropping 1 to 3 inches and sinking temperatures as we get into the weekend. today's high is 47 with mostly cloudy skies and a light rain/mix. tonight's low is 27 as we clear out. tomorrow we'll make it up to 45 with sunshine and a very strong wind. here's the 7 day forecast where temperatures will sink moving into the weekend before some more seasonal 40s next week. cool temperatures as highs get into the upper 40s. tonight, we'll clear out the skies. we'll have sunshine on our thursday, but a strong wind takes over from the west and northwest gusting near 45 miles per hour. snow is likely to come through on friday in a quick-hitting wave dropping 1 to 3 inches and sinking temperatures as we get into the
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weekend. today's high is 47 with mostly cloudy skies and a light rain/mix. tonight's low is 27 as we clear out. tomorrow we'll make it up to 45 with sunshine and a very strong wind. here's the 7 day forecast where temperatures will sink moving into the weekend before some more seasonal 40s next week. jessica rae scott: adlib jessica rae: " coming up in our six o'clock hour... i'll tell you about a new fueling station that just opened up in sioux center... that has the first compressed natural gas pump in the area. find out what that means... up ahead jessica rae: " plus... i'll tell you about a special program in iowa that helps abused children with horse therapy. more on "running the race horse
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scott:good morradar currently shows some light showers continuing in the area this morning. temperatures are cool in the 30s and 40s and a wind is blowing in at a decent clip from the west north west making it feel like it's in the teens and 20s. make sure to bundle up! passing dayplanner, we've got some showers deal with as we top out in the upper 40s. jessica rae: fueling station is opening in sioux center. shows some light showers continuing in the area this morning. temperatures are cool in the 30s and blowing in at a west north west it's in the teens and
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